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 i%wm������sptg>  rTl/ /e^<&~*-ry  0$  ./?'  ���������*y ^isiatiZ  -&*'"      "ye ^  %  ^>  ,^i**������' *  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND, B. C,   WEDNESDAY, JUNE, ?6, 1907.  Thk Enterprise, Fourth Year.  m  *  At the  BIG STORE  Hardware at Cost.  We are closing out our  Hardware  Department,  All those requiring  hardware should, avail  themselves of this unusual opportunity.  f  SIMON LEISER & CO.'  *L  ���������L I M I T ������ D-  CUMBERLAND,   B. 0.  IRONITE LIQUID  HOUSE & FLOOR PAINTS  . Ha JDrllJC,  We Fully  Guarantee.  We keep a full line of  ENAMELS,   VARNISH  STAINS aud BAPLAC  which makes old furniture  ,''. like new.  1907  WALL  PAPER;  Curtain poles and window  blinds to be  had at the  MAGNETCASHSTORE  Dunsmuir Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, B.O,  Coal Bights.  A little fracas in the police  court was given hearing last week  Ii appears that 3 or 4 years ago  a certain gentleman well known  jn the valley sold certain land in  the valley without reservation by  an agreenent for sale executed in  duplicate. A little while after  the bargain was completed the  vendor came to the f.conclusion  that he had made a foolish bargain in not reserving io himself  the coal and mineral frights in  the land sold by hiifi'. So 'he  I. hied.him to the conveyancer who  .drew the deed and requested him  to alter the duplicate original  held by him, so ts to reserve the  coal, at the same time-informing  the1 conveyancer that -it was all  right as. he had arranged the matter with the purchaser. The other day the purchaser attempted  to sell his coal rights but was in  formed- that they were, held by  the vendor and he had' no interest therein. The result was a  hearing in the police court, charging the vendor with altering or  causing to be altered, the agreement of sale, without 'the knowledge or consent; of the purchaser  the lesult was that- the vendor  destroyed the altered document  and-paid-costs. f^   is  I  WHITE WEflRlI  WHITE WEASIT  -*vC7 n ������M**--***v I y*~,H���������~J*  As these Goods have just j  arrived and are rather late, I  we have  marked them at  Clearance Prices,  Children'* White Cotton Draw-era,  front    3������c  n ������������������       Lawn Pinafore.*,  ..from   35w*  L,ad lea* White Underalclrta, from    78e������  "       Coraet Cover**. from   30e*  **      White Night Oowni,      from    7������o.  We shall bo plowed to havo you inspect these Goods,  J .McPhee & Sons  K The Nanaimo Free Press  onr- authority that Dr. Saunders  has; stated.it will be impossible  aud unnecessary fo): him. to visit  places regarding,- vfe *������rxp,erJ4ii������u������,  tal farm, except those closely  coiuiecied with railway communication. This must come as welcome news to our neighbors 10  the south of us as should Dr.  .���������Saunders ever visit Comox dis  trict we have no doubt he would  have appreciated the great * advantages of Comox for the establishment of an experimental farm  ���������'and iii the course of a few years  when railway communication is  established would prove a credit  to the government establishing  it.  Annual   jFestlval.  - The Ladies' Aid of St. Andrews Presbyterian church, Corn-  ox Valley, will hold their annua]  festival in Hie Agricultural Hall  at Courtenay, Friday evening,  June 28th. A select programme  has been prepared, consisting of  dialogues, local .md iustumental  music, cto,,,an.| lhe strawberries  and cream   re 01 the very best  All Cumberland people should  tako advantage' of this evening's  ainustMnent this yo������r. , Of course  you will remember't!'e date, the  28.i1 pfJune. The ladies on  pi*. \ ions ot*o isions have establish  ed u repuia'iou for bu.-oitality at  these nnnual strawberry festivals  aud ull who attend Friday evening may expect n ni'st enjoyable evening.  Telegrams.  Vancouver, June 24th���������The  36th annual convention held here  of Grand Lodge, A. F. & A. M.  granted .$500.00 to the building  funds of the tubercolosis sanitarium. The next annual convention will be held iu Victoria commencing June 21, 1908.  Mr. John Shaw, of Nanaimo,  has been appointed D ��������� D. G. M.  for District No 4. Rev. John A,  Cleland of Rossland has been appointed Grand Marshall for the  province.  Vancouver,   June  24th���������The  Orange Grand Lodge held  herec  voted a gift of $500.od to be ap-(  plied ou Orange Hall now in the.  course of construction.''.  San Francisdo, June 24���������200  telegraph operators are out on  s'rike. The demand of the uu-  ion is for an advance in wages  of 25 per cent which is intended  to be temporary and centilitre  during the present high  prices.  --������>-  Pretoria, June 24th���������Premier  Botha announced to-day that bis  government intended to send all  the Chinese miners home when  their con tracts expired. _ 16,000  \vi 1 l"be"driveiroiTtTof tEFcotmtry  and natives will take their place  Ladysmith, June 24th���������The  Tyee Gun Club will hold a trap  shooting tournament on July 1st  ���������on club grounds. The Lady smith  Cumberland, G*'*briola, Nanaimo  and Victoria clubs are expected  lobe here. Oo*>d prizes have  beeu prepared. The prizes are  mostly cash ranging from $2 to  #7*  ��������� '���������o��������� ���������*���������������������������*  .  An upper seam of coal has been  struck on. the property of Mr. W  Jack, Nauoose Bay. The quality of the coal is excellent and  the bore is being continued until  the lower seam is reached.  -0-������������������  The largest single export of  dynamite ever shipped by Hamilton Powder Co is now being  loaded at the works for South  America. One thousand tons is  the consignment.  -������- o        Nanaimo, June 24���������Dr- Saunders left yesterday afternoon for  Ottawa but intends returning a*  gain to the Island to visit Comox  and Albemi, although he had  no instruction from Ottawa to do  so on present trip, It may be  some time yet before an announcement of a site is made.  Messrs   Russell   aud  Roberts  ���������    1  -   ** 1" < * ,  having putehu.-ed a ranch up the  district, They have had n  house built and intend   clearing  their land by j������y<U  ...wli.uU.),   e  .       y  It is reported that two y</ell  known business men of this/city  while ou their way home /from  Courtenay a few days ago/fell a*  sleep on the way. Tlte horse  being in the know thought it 0  good opportunity to indulge, and  when the driver awoke at dawn  he found the horse mating grass,  Mr. Chris. Gamier has sold  out the Vctidome Hotel business  to Mr. J, Banuerman. During  the year or ho that Chris, has  been iu business he has made a  groat many friends.  The business is now iu good  hands the new proprietor intends  runninga first-class hotel,  T*V,1,  . 11    ,   1  ,-       * * '   - * '       * ������- *- ��������� ��������� ��������� ������������������ V  Cmi'd Lod-c 'm V^awu.c' Ju.it  weel**,. Mr. Hudson represented  Cumberland A F. aud A M. No  36,  Mr, C,H. Tarbell expects to  leave next week ou a two mouth's  visit to his old home in Vermont.  During his absence the business  will be conducted by Mr. (iuorgv  Tarbell.  The fanners of Comox valley  are busy haying. From ap-  pannees it appears to be a most  excellent crop .uul .ippaici.Uy ������iu  early one.    ,  Gun   Club.  The   members   of  the   Gun  Club were all astir on   Monday  evening,.there was prize money  in sight.    On Saturday the.worthy secretary  got next himself  and a few more, as a result there  was S20. and a silver  medal  to ���������  shoot for.     But there was keen  disappointment felt when it was  found out that there was a shortage iu birds, however when  the  birds were  apportioned according to member of shooters and  the trapper got busy  the   sport  became rather refreshing.  The following is the score out  of ten birds.  ���������W. York, 45[5th prize], -E, C  ;Emde, 9; F. Parks, io;(rst prize)  F. Jay lies, 3; R. Ward, 3; T,  Home, 7; R: Coe, 9; H. McPhee  75"T.E. Bate, 6; H. Wright, 6;  Len.,'Piket, 7; O.H. Fechuer, 6.  F. Parks walked proudly home  with the silver medal.  The 9's divided money. ��������� 7's  shot off, T. Horne winning 3rd  prize and 6's, H. Wright winning 4th prize.  Contrast difference between  score of certain gentlemen this  week and 1 ast week when the  official scorer was not* there.  The Fire at No 4.  The fire at No 4 slope has now  bten blocked off and Supt Little  has gone north while  the   lnin-,  ers are taking a  holiday.    The*  fire broke out several weeks ago   -  and at first the management eh**,  deavored   to   drown it   out but ':  met with many difficuties, however it. was decided to wall   the'  fire off and it was only the mat. .  ter of a few days until the work v  was done.    Jt is only the matter  of a short time  till workings at  the slope will be in   full swing  again.   Several new stalls are to  be   opened   up,   and   the  part  blocked off will uot in any way  effect, the   output of this valu- "  able mine.  Mr. K. Wright, of'Vancouver  has charge of the Koyal Bank  here, during tn.e absence of Mr.  A. B. N:*thcrby, who left Friday  morning ou a two week holiday,  K. of P��������� Anniversary  On Saturday evening Pythian  Sisters entertained their brother  knights of Benevolence Lodge  No 14. K. ofP, to a supper in the  lodge room. It was the occasion  of the 15th anniversary of the  lodge and the brethren have ev  ery reason to feel proud of the re  ceptiou given them by the ladies  After all had partaken of the good  things provided a most excellent  programme was rendered it being  nearly 13 o'clock before the sociable evening was ended. The  Sisters accompanied the Knight!  iw .it.* * iw. 111 cue 2"ii'**0)tcnau  ���������Juuwh uu Sunday evening, tbuch  occasions must make a lodge attractive,  The ladies of Grace Methodist Church are having a grand  Japanese festival in the City Hall  next Saturday afternoon and evening. Admission Free, Musical  programme. T<*<* ���������Proam nud straw  berries sold. All welcome.  No 240 won the doll at Hun*  den's Fred Bates,being lucky one  Drawing next Tuesday evening. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA*  r  ���������������%  of THE  BLESSED ISLES  By   IRVING   B ACHELLER,  Anther ���������! "Ebcn Balden," "D'ri and L" Els.  tOmUGHT.      1905,      BY      LOTHROP      PUBLISHING     COMPAKT  *4  (Continued. J  CHAPTER XX.  TROVE was three days In Brier  Dale after he came out of the  ���������woods. The filly was now a  sleek and shapely animal, past  three years of age. He began at once  breaking her to the saddle, and, that  done, mounting, he started for Robin's  Inn. He carried a game rooster In a  sack for the boy Tom. All came out  "with a word of welcome. Even the  small dog grew uolsy with delight.  Tunk Hosely, who had come to work-  for Mrs, Vaughn, took the mare and  led her away, his shoulder leaning with  an added sense of horsemanship. Polly began to hurry dinner, fussing with  the table and changing the position of  every dish until it seemed as If she  would never be quite satisfied. Covered with the sacred old china and table  linen of her grandmother, it had, when  Polly was done with it, a very smart  appearance indeed. Then she called  the boys and bade them wash their  hands and fa**es and whispered a warning to each, while her mother announced that dinner was ready.  "Paul, what's an adjective?" said the  teacher as they sat down.  "A word applied to a noun to qualify  or limit lis meaning," the boy answered glibly.  ''Right! And what adjective would  you apply to this table?"  Tbe boy thought a moment.  "Grand!" said he tentatively.  "Correct!    I'm  going to  have'Just  such a dinner every day on my farm."  '���������'Then you'll have to have Polly too,"  ���������aid Tom innocently.  "Well, you can snare her."  ~iTNb7"sir," the boy answered. "You  ain't good to her. She cries every time  you go away."  Tl'cre was an awkward silence, and  the widow began to laugh and Polly  and Trove to blush deeply.  "Maybe she whispered, an' he give  her a talkln' to," said Paul.  "Have you beard about Ezra Tower?" said Mrs. Vaughn, shaking her  head at the boys and changing the  topic with shrewd diplomacy.  "Much*, but nothing new," said  Trove.  "Well, he swears he'll never cross  the Padden bridge or speak to anybody in Pleasant valley."  "Why?"  "The taxes. He don't believe in improvements, and when he tried to make  a speech in town meeting they all jeered him. There ain't any one good  enough for him to speak to now but  himself an'-au* his Creator."  In the midst of dinner they heard  an outcry in tbo yard. Tom's gamecock had challenged the old rooster,  and the two were looping and striking  with foot and wing. Before help, came  toe old rooster was badly cut in the  neck and breast. Tunk rescued him  and brought blm to the wood shed,  ���������where Trove sewed up his wounds.  Ho had scarcely finished when, there  come *r louder outcry among the fowls.  Looking out they saw a gobbler strid*  ing slowly up the path and leading tbe  giunecock with a ilrm hold on the  back of his neck. Tho whole flock of  fowls wero following, Tho rooster hold  back und camo on with long but unequal strides, Never halting, the turkey led him into Iho full publicity of  tlio open yard. Now the cock was lifted so his foot enme only to tbo top of  tbo grass; now hia head was bent low,  and bis feet fell heavily, Through lt  all the gobbler bore himself with dig*  nlty and firmness, There was no show  of wrath or unnecessary violence Ho  swuug the cock around near the foot  of the maplo tree and walked him back  snd then returned with hlra. Half his  Journey the poor cock was reaching  for the grass and was then lowered  quickly so be bad to wulk with bout  knees,  Again nnd again tbe gobbler walked  up and down with him before the  nnsemhlfttl fin**!* TT<->na -j-ofl gcc:;c  cackled londly nnd clsppwi ihe'r  wings, Applause and derision rose  high each time tbe poor cock swung  around reaching for the grass, but tho  gobbler continued bis even stride, do-  lUtfrfitfJy  fljiij,   as  !t U\,;Hvv],   Ui-juhM-  ���������fully, applying correction to tbe quarrelsome bird. Walking tbe grass tips  bnd begun to tiro those reaching legs.  Tbe cock soon straddled along wltb a  serious eye nnd an open mouth, but tbo  gobbler gave him no rent. When nt  length be released his bold tbe game-  rock )ny weary and wild eyed, with uo  more fight in blm than n bunch of  rag*, doon be rose and ran away and  hid himself In the stable. The culprit  fowl wns then tried, convicted ond  ii-ntcncod to the block.  . "It's il*' Mb of all fiuUw* tbat Uavt  only'a selfish cause," said tli'e fSacher.  He was sitting on the grass, Polly  and Tom and Paul beside him.  "Look here," said he suddenly. 'Til  show you another fight."  All gathered about him. Down  among the grass roots an ant stood  facing a big, hairy spider. The ant  backed away presently and made a  little detour, the spider turning quickly and edging toward him. The ant  stood motionless, the spider on tiptoe,  with daggers drawn. The big, hairy  spider leaped like a lion to its prey.  They could see her striking with the  fatal knives, her great body quivering  with fierce energy. The little ant was  hidden beneath it. Borne uttered a cry  ot pity, and Paul was for taking sides.  "Wait a moment," said the teacher,'  restraining his hand.   The spider had  i begun to tremble in a curious manner.  "Look now,'5 said Trove, with some  excitement.  Her legs had begun to let go and  were straightening stiff on both sides  of her. In a moment she tilted sideways and lay still. They saw a twinkle of black legs and the ant making  off in the stubble. They picked up the  spider's body; it was now only an empty shell. Her big stomach had been  torn away and .lay in little strips and  chuuks down at the roots of the stubble. ,    ,���������  "It's the end of a bit of history,"  said the teacher as he tore away the  curved blades of the spider and put  them in Polly's palm.  "Let's f;ee where the ant goes."  He got down  upon his hands and  knees  and  watched  the   little black  -tigery-now-hurryiiig-for-his���������lF/:irr~In_a"  moment he was joined by others, and  presently they came into a smooth little avenue under the grass..    It took  them into the edge of the meadow,  around a stalk of mullein, where there  were a number of webs.  "There's where she lived���������this hairy  old woman," said the teacher���������"up  there in that tower. See her snares In  the grass���������four of them?"  He rapped on the stalk of mullein  with a stick, peering Into tho dusty  little cavern of silk near the top ot lt.  "Sure enough! Here is where she  lived, for the house la empty and  there's living prey in the snares."  "What a weird old thing!" said Polly.  "Cau you tell.us more about her?"  "Well, every summer," said Trove,  "a great city grows up In tho field.  There are shady streets In it. no wider  than a cricket's back, and millions living In nest and tower and cave and  cavern. Among its people are tollers  and Idlers, laws and lawbreakers,  thieves and highwaymen, grand folk  and plain folk. Hero Is the home of  the greatest criminal In the city of the  field, See! It Is between two leaves,  one serving as roof, the other as floor  and portico, Here Is a long cable that  comes out of ber sitting room and  slopes away to the big snare below,  Look nt ber sheets of silk in tbe grass,  It's like a washing that's been hung  out to dry, From each a, slender cord  of silk runs to tho main cable. Even  a fly's kick or n stroke of his tiny  wing must have gono up the tower and  shaken tbe floor of tbe old lady, maybe,  wltb a sort of thunder. Then sho rnn  out and down the cable to rush upon  hor helpless prey.  "Bhe wa������ an arrant hlghwnymnn, this  old lndy-*a creature of craft and violence. Sbe waa no sooner married than  nbo slew her buaband-a timid thing  smaller than sbo-nnd ate blm at ono  nunl. You know tbo anta aro a busy  poople. This rood wns probably a  thoroughfare for their freight-eggs  nnd cattle and wild rice. I'll warrant  sho used to Ho nud wait for tbem, nnd  woo to tho Uttlo traveler If'ahe caught  lilm unnwnrcs, for she could nip him  In two with n single thrust of hor  Knives, Then sho would seize tbo egg  he bore and mako oil wltb it, Now** tba  ants are cunning, Tbey found her  downstair* nnrt ont hor riff front hw  home nnd drove bpr nway Into tha  grnss jungle. I've no doubt sbe faced!  a score of tbem, but, being a swift,  climber, with lots of ropo in ber pocket,  was ablo to get away. The soldier anta  beprnn to bent tho Inn-**'*-. Thoy ������***pa-  1 rated, content to meet ber singly  knowing sbe would refuae to flgbt if  , confronted by moro than one. Ami  you know what bapponed to ber."  All tbat afternoon tbey spent in ihe  city of tba field. The Ufa of tho birds  In tbe great maple Interested tbem  moat of all, In tbo evening heplayoA  cbeckera wiUT i'oiry" and lold Tier of  school Ufa iu tbe village of Hillabor*  ougb-the work and play of tbe students.  "Oh, I do wish I could go," aald aba  presently, with a deep sigh,  lie ���������ibonebt oi ,t*av4*C Is bis naUket  and lojgvTTto tell her all that lie waa  planning for her sake.  Mrs. Vaughn went above atairs with  , the children.  Then Trove took Polly's hand. They  looked deeply into each other's eyes a  moment, both smiling.  "It's your move," said she, smiling  aa her glance fell. '  He moved all the checkers.  There came a breath of silence and a  great surge of happiness that washed  every checker off the board and left  the two with flushed faces. Then, as  Mrs. Vaughn was coming downstairs,  the checkers began to rattle Into position.  "I won," said he as the door opened.  "But he didn't play fair." said Polly.  "Children, I'm afraid you're playing  more love than checkers," said the  widow. "You're both too young to  think of marriage."  ���������"Those two looked thoughtfully at th������  A NEW PACIFIC PORT.  u'        Mtvetjv**  "It's V>*ir move," said she.  checkerboard, Polly's chin restiug on  her hand. She had begun to smile.  "I'm sure Mr. Trove has no such  thought in his head," said she, still  looking at the board.  "Your mother is right. We're both  very young," said Trove.  "I believe you're afraid of her," said  looking up afbim with a smile.  "I'm only thinking of your welfare,"  said Mrs. Vaughn gently. "Young love  should be stored away, and if it keeps,  why, then It's all right." .     :  "Like preserves!" said Polly soberly,  as if she were not able to see the point.  Against the protest of Polly and her  mother Trove went to sleep in the  Prince   Rupert   Will   Be   a   Meeting  Place for America and Asia.  Up the coast of British Columbia,  there  is  a land-locked    bay  on  the  shores of which a national port is in  the   making.    Interest  was   first  attracted to that spot when the Grand  Trunk Pacific Railway offered a prize  for a name for the western terminus.  Prince Rupert was the name chosen '  and it is to this Pacific port, named j  for a cavalier explorer, that the cur-1  ious gaze of the Canadian public is  turned to-day. <  Prince Rupert is about halfway between Vancouver and Skagway. Here  a "steel-bright arm" of the sea extends inland, encircling Kaien Island  and protected from the sweep of the  ocean by Digby Island. Between these  islands lies the main channel of the  harbor. This inlet is sixteen miles  long, a mile in width, with an average depth of one hundred and fifty  feet, t It has the rare advantage of  a straight entrance. The difference  between high and low tide is twenty-  five feet. As a great continental port  it possesses a wide harbor, with room  for an imposing fleet, an entrance of  easy access and deep water close up  to the shores, with shelter on all  sides.  Stretch of Undulating Land.  The city of Prince Rupert is to be  built on the northern shore of Kaien  Island, well in from the entrance and  near the head" of the island. The Old-  field Range, which attains an elevation of 2,300 feet, runs down the centre of the island forming a picturesque ridge. Between the heights and  the harbor is a stretch of undulating  land about 7,000 feet nVwidth and  along this strip Prince Rupert will be  built.  The neighboring  mainland is called the Tsimpsean Peninsula. The district is well-wooded with an abundance  of red and yellow cedar, spruce and  balsam.      Already on the  shore    of  Kaien Island the city is in. the making.    Engineers and railway officials  are established   in primitive offices,  while navvies, white, Japanese and Indian, are encamped among the trees.  . The lodging-house for the engineering  staff boasts of a "club-room'' on the  I ground floor where newspapers, maga-  | zines and. "My Lady*Nicotine" minister to the comfort of the members.  To Be An Abiding City.  "Atrright  sugar shanty, a^'quayter of a mile or so  back in the woods;* On his first trip  with the drove he h^d developed fondness for sleeping out of doors. The  shanty was a rude structure of logs  with an open front, Tunk went ahead,  bearing a pine torch, while Trove followed, the blanket over bis shoulder.  (.To lie -w.-miDueii ���������  ONTARIO'S DEATH RATE.  Pate Was 15.0 Per Thousand In February Last.  Returns from 766 division registrars  to the Provincial Board of Health  show that out of a population of 2,**  128,320, or 08 per cent, of the inhabitants of the provinoe, the total number of deaths during February were  2,700, or a rate of 15 per thousand.  The number of cases of contagious  diseAses reported is 93 less than in  February, 1906, and tho number of  deaths are 32 fewer, There was a reduction in the number of deaths from  scarlet fevor, diphtheria, consumption  and whooping cough, Of typhoid fever the number of cases reported wna  277 loss than in 1006, but the number  of deaths was tho same, indicating  that many oases wero not reported.  There were 21 moro instances of smallpox brought to tho attention of tho  department.  The following figures show tho pre-  valence of contagious diseases and  the mortality resulting from them :���������  1007.  Cases.   Deaths.  to_th"e wafer-front a  filank walk twelve feet wide has been  aid and along this thoroughfare several buildings are being erected,  among them two stores, a hospital,  the mess-house and residences for  railway officials. On a height fronting  the harbor a large hotel is being built.  Even now the wharf affords satisfactory accommodation for steamers.  Prince Rupert is to be solidly constructed from the foundation for it  is to be an abiding city. Wide streets,  a thorough system of drainage and  extensive water supply are among the  provisions already considered. Above  any other British Columbian scene  of the present, it is the spot where  one may "see things growing." Within four years trains from Atlantic  ports will be running into this Pacific  terminus where "all change cars" for  the Orient. It will form a curious  meeting-place for America and Asia  where���������  "EaRt is West beside our land-locked  blue."  HOW TO HANDLE SNAKES.  An Ontario Boy In the West-  Mr. John F. Mitchell, the new M.  P.P. for North Winnipeg, was bop  in Northumberland county, Ontario,  Li 1862. He attended the Public  Schools and Commercial College and  after a few years in the United States  he teft for Winnipeg, in 1881. At that  time the O. P. R. was building its  road and Mr. Mitchell entered their  employ, first as a contractor. Later he  joined the mechanical department as  engineer. In 1888 he bought a half interest in a photograph studio, soon becoming sole proprietor. He established  san extensive business connection and  is now engaged as wholesale dealer in  and manufacturer of photographic  supplies. Mr. Mitchell is a member  of the A. F. & A. M., the I. O. O. F.,  the R. T. of T., and the C. O. F., and  has been president of the Association  of Photographers of Canada In religion he is an adherent of the Methodist church, and in politics a Conservative. Mr. Mitchell was married in  1890 and lives iu a handsome residence in North Winnipeg. He has always taken a keen interest in civic  affairs, and was for four years a member of the City Council, and chairman, of important committees.  i  INDIGESTION CURED  By Dr. Williams' Pink Pills After Six  Doctors Had Failed to be of Benefit  That gnawing pain in the stomach,  sometimes shooting up into the chest,  often producing a choking sensation in  the throat; fierce pains around the  heart; a feeling of drowsiness and a  distaste for food���������that's indigestion. Its  victims are numbered by the thousands. To them life is a burden. Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills have done more  towards relieving this suffering than  any other medicine. Often they ohave  cured after all other help had failed,  as in the case of Mr. Willis Herman,  of St. Catharines, Ont, who says: "1  had been afflicted with indigestion ana  stomach trouble for years. At times  my suffering was almost indescribable.  Sometimes for whole days I was unable to touch food. I'dieted and at  different times was treated by six doctors but they did not help me; I only  grew worse. For a time I was living-  In New York and while there consulted  a specialist but he wad unable to give  me any- relief. I then decided vto try  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and in less  than a month I felt some relief. I continued their use for a. couple of months  longer and gained in weight; my appetite Improved; the pains left me and I  nowfgel better than '��������� 1 have at ainy  "time"durihg the'past twenty-five years.  I will always gladly recommend Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills to other sufferers  believing that they will surely do for  others what they have done ior me."  When you use Dr. Williams' Plnk  Pllls as a blood builder ard nerve tonic  you are not experimenting���������they have  been tried and proved successful in  thousands of cases. It is their "^vver  to, actually make new, rich, red blood  that enables them to cure such fro'-blew  as anaemia, indigestion, rheumatism,  kidney trouble, St. Vitus dance, partial paralysis and those special ailments of girlhood and womanhood that  cause so much misery. For sale by air  medicine dealers or bv mall -st 50 cents  a box or six boxes for $2.50 from the*  Dr   W^mams' Medicine    Co.,    **>oek-  vllle. Ont. !���������  ��������������� ������������������*���������������������������������, ���������-���������.'���������-   ,  Tax on Hats.  In the reign of George III. bats of  above 12 shillings In value paid a tax  of 2 shillings  Smallpox ,,  76  0  Scarlet Fevor ... ,. ,  ISO  3  Diphtheria   156  20  Measles  ,,,  ,,,   ,,,,,  337  5  Whooping Cough   Typhoid Fevor   34  8  34  8  170  170  1,077  8&1  A Romance of tha Peerage,  Famous Dealer Prefers Thorn to Tigresses and Was Never Bitten.  "There is not bo much danger in  handling snakes as persons think. I  have handled snakes for twenty years  and never have been bitten. After you  have studied snakes, their habits and  manner of living, you will have little  fear of them. In fact, I would rather  deal with any kind of a snake than a  tigress, for instance, or a wildcat."  This Uttlo disoourse on snakes wns  made by Otto E. Eggeling. who is well  known in Harlem, and who for many  years, both in Germany and in this  country, has been handling snakes,  procuring them from India, South  America nnd other parts of tho world  for various menageries and zoological  gardens.  Ho was just preparing to ship a box  of rattlesnakes which had come from  the Far West to Berlin, where they  are to be placed on exhibition. Without tho leant trace of fonr Mr, Eggeling nut his hand right in the box, and,  catching ono of the rattlers by tho  baok of tho neck, lifted the reptile  out and held him up for inspection.  Ho was a fine specimen, nearly six  feet long, and looked like nn ugly  customer, but In Mr. Eggoltng's hands  he was like a pet ***>' .     .,  ���������������������������    "   ���������       "   ' handle  Minard's Liniment Co,, Limited.  I was very sick   with    Quinzy   and)  thought    I   would    strangle,    1   ustd  MINARD'S LINIMENT   and   it   cuxed  me at once,  I am never without it now,  Yours gratefully,  MRS. 0 .D. FRIN0E.  Nauwlgewauk, Oct. 21st.  Faatast In tha World.  Great Britain baa built a torpedo*  boat destroyer whioh ia tha fastest ia  tha world, Thla deatroyer, Tha Ooa-  saok, waa launched at Birkenhead or*  Fab. 16. H will make 33 knots aa  l.our, tha highest speed hitherto aV  taapted.  Lmkmi  nn An antii-al-i- nmxo v/utatin..  ������<w I     P01hU������OU������  taUUt.0   VMIWH  ***"*-*-*  <**  **"*  Uc)t of the neck in power! enr*..  Never  show in the least that you jiro afraid  when you mee  tiles are quiok  take advantage of it.   Instead, ahow  that vou are maater and the snake  will disappear."  takeu up an entirely new vocation for  women. She lio* -iUfted a horse-breed- *  toStff.^ when you meet a snake. Thoee rep.  orauoia about 40,000 aoree of grating*  ^ ftre auiok ^ notice _f ear and they  ., I*ady Ernestine waa well known  tfftme ytmrn ft-**-* <w an intrepid yachta-  woman/with mu<ih mora than a au-  Mtrflclal knowledge of navigation and  kindHfd.matters. -She applied to the  Board of,Trade for examination, with  a view te\ obtaining a master's corti-  floata, but was rebuffed, on the ground  that a womin oould not qualify aa a  master, thou-fh it ia difficult to aat  why, lojicaft/. a woman should not  become a saihrjf-*ma*fter aa much aa a  Maater of Art*vr-4 foalifleatlon now  ���������pen to bar in m*Mr universities.  LeAy Emastir>������ hat been a nurao  la well oa a sallffT and a horae-breod*  ���������r; and aha jnarfkd, at the age of  CT, Uttt wooc������d arsftfe Of ft wwdiaua  Fishing Lint Worth  "A flahlof Una worth $2,00Qr  -Iti* fir."  ������I don't beUava It"  *lf a tba truth. If s a codfish  Ifa one of tfaoaa lines to wbh*  owe your Suuday morning codf****  and yoor laaa appetiilof but  helpful cod liver oil Tbeoe  llnee, yoa aea, are froqo������nUy  mllea long. Tbey hava -i������80  Tbeyni often land 8.500 -sod. Mo  d������ thay coat $2,000, tUr  Bloklo's Antl-CoiiHuniptlvo Syrup  needs no reuoinimnnlution. To nil whu  arc familiar wiih It, it spunks for it-  sslf, Years of uhg in the (itat/inout of.  colds and coughs and all affoctioutv  of tho throat has unquestionshly en-  tabllihed its place among the vet*-  bawt medicines for t-uoh (Iisenses. li  you give it a trial you will not regret,  it. You will hnd it B6 cents wtll invested, '  War In tha Air.  flol. .T F nap*****?, **ftmmrtndcr cf tlic  balloon aection at Aldarahot, hns riven a iootura. in whioh he deals with  the use of tha aeroplane on tha bat*>  tlefleld.  "In tha near fete-* me may expect  to see both dirigibla balloons and  ;^otor4riveil ttropitu-M umhI aa aerial  aeouta. The former tmflara at present  from aarioua llmitationa. and iU great  bulk seems to render il moat vulnerable in the da-ftima,  "The toroplane w wo It eomea will  ba different It will maee fut and  be little liable to injury, aa bullet  holes in tho surface will -a-anae but  little damage. It will ba able to go  oonaiderable diitsvoaai even against  altmaf winilaV*!   Itch, Manga, Prairie teratehat and  ���������very fern*- ot contagious tteh an Hu-  man er animals cured In 30 mlnutea  by Woltord'i Sanitary Lotion. ,;' '���������^,frf?-f* *v\  '���������*���������-*���������*������ * *  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  STOMACH INDIGESTION  4-Wu-na Str.kes at the Root of tho  Trouble.  A SKATER'S PARADISE.  .-.'*****+*,>*** *.  MR. S. J. MASSEY  Mr. S. J. Massey, formerly a resident of Toronto, and a well known  'business man, writes'/rom 247 Guy  street, Montreal,   Quebec:  "I wish to testify to the good' results I have derived from the use of  Peruna.  "Having been troubled for several  years' with'catarrh.; of the head, I decided to give Peruna a fair trial, and  I can truly say I have received great  ���������benefit from its use.  "It evidently strikes at the very  root of the trouble and good results  are soon, noticeable.     ��������� ���������  .��������� ;l  "I have also found Peruna a very  valuable remedy for stomach trouble  and   indigestion.  "1 have no hesitancy whatever in  recommending Peruna as a reliable  catarrh remedy,"  There, are several kinds of Indigestion.  The trouble may be due'tvo sluggishness of the liver, derangements of  the bowels, enlargement of the pancreas, or it may be'due to the stomach  itself.  In nearly all cases of stomach indigestion catarrh is the cause. The only  permanent cure is to remove the catarrh.  Peruna has become well known the  world over as a remedy in such cases.  Werrmnted lo aire Smtlefmotletu  Gomhaulfs  Caustic Balsam  Has Imitators But No Compitltors.  A Safe, Speedy ani Positive Oure for  Curb, Splint. Bw**ay, Capped Hock.  Btrainod Tendons, Found*-*, "Wind  Puffs, and all lame-Mis from Spavin,  Bine-bone, and f*her bony tumors, *  Cures all skin diseases or rarasttei.  Thrush, Dlphtherls, Removes all  Bunches from Uonos or Cattle,,  Bnralns, Bore xnroat, wo��������� It ii luvJiusKo'.  JEvcrr bottle ot Cauitio^aali-wn. sold is  Warranted to jrlyo sotTsfaotton. Tries SI. 60  per bottlo. Sola by drop-gists, or sent by ex"  nron, ohsrgoe polo, with full dlrootions for  , Iti uio. .ClTScnd for descriptive oiraulari,  |C testimonials, oto, Add-on '  The Lu wrence.Wllllams Co., Toronto, Ont,  Miles   of    Ice   Clad    Highways    In  Northern Holland.  Friesland, the northern province  of Holland, is especially described as  the true paradise of the skater. Its  canals, threading the country in  every direction, are in the winter  months converted into miles upon  miles of ice-clad highways, stretching out in almost every direction as  far as the eye cap see. The milkman,  the butcher, in fact, all of the tradespeople having occasion to travel  through the country, use these ice-  clad canals in going from village to  village.       '  Expert Skaters.  It is only natural that where there  are such tempting stretches of ice the  natives should be expert skaters, and  this is true of the Frisians. The ordinary skater in this country, though  he may have, his own special footgear  for the enjoyment of the sport, always sees to it that the shoes used  are good, stout ones. Not so in Fries-  land. The expert skater there takes off  his shoes and skates in his stocking feet, tho only addition to his footgear being another pair of socks. The  big wooden sabots ordinarily worn  by the Frisian are usually carried  under one arm when he is enjoying  his skating. >  So much do the Frisians think of  their iceclad highways that the authorities in each city and; village,  many clubs and individuals^! unite in.  their efforts to keep them in first-class  condition and free from snow in the  winter months. '  i ,,Use Sleds to Carry Kits.  P jpne of the best mediums for the  trai^sportation of the small kits one  taking a skating trip in Friesland  needs is the rudely but stoutly constructed Frisian sled, which can be  hired at a small outlay. The other expenses can be made equally small.  The food served at the little inns  along the canals is clean and wholesome and the prices for meals are  reasonable.  Then to add to the pleasure of such  a trip, at important crossing points  there are refreshment tents, where an  invigorating drink of hot spiced milk  may be had, or, if the travelers prefer,  there are many cozy little spots along  the line of canals where they may  pause and prepare -their own luncheons on the ice���������in short, it is difficult to conceive of a winter outing affording more healthful pleasure than  skating-through-Frieslandi   ���������tote ot Ohio, City of Toleae,    ' "w - ���������*  Lucas County- ..._-������..  Trahk J. Cheney makea oath that he  U   senior  partner  of  Um  firm of F. J.  Cheney * Co., doing buatnesa In the city  of Toledo, County and State aforeeald.  and that said firm win p**V the wm of  ONH HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and  i every ease of Catarrh that cannot be  cured by the .eeejot'HeSTeCeUi^^Ome.  FRANK J. CHENEY.  A Bworn to before me and rabeoribed in  my preeenoe this 1th dar tf December,  *l.D,ll8������. .-/���������***. W-MGLEASON.  (Seal.) -     Notary Public.  Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken internally  and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. , Bend for  testimonials free. ".' ^ ��������� ������������������, M ' "  F. J. CHENET A CO., Toledo, O.  8oM by all Druggints. "Ait  Take Hall's Family Pllle for constipation  Wooden Books.  Many Chinese books are made of  wood, each page being cut from a  block, after tbe manner of an engraving. ' .;      '  Petrarch's Narrow Escape.  Petrarch, the famous poet, during  middle life lay in a franco at Ferrara  for twenty hours and would bave been  burled In four moro���������tho time specified  ' by law In Italy���������bat a sadden change  In temperature caused him to start up  nnd reprimand bis attendants, who bad  allowed a djj^t to bjjw over bis bed.  FOR INDIGESTION  distress after eating, dizziness, that  heavy feeling, wind and pains in  the stomach and furred tongue, taka  Beechams  Pills  before you retire to rest, They  ���������tart the gastric juices, assist tha  stomach to dispose of the food, encourage good appetite, sound di-  Station and make you feel life fa  worth living.  Sold Everywhere,   In boxes 86 cents.  Raynor���������I know, of ooume, that old  Fragnatt ii offensively po itivc and  contiovertlttl, but lie's gout-rally right,  isn't he I  Shyne, ��������� Blamo him, yes I That's  ���������what makes him so offensive.  DO 1)1)S '>,  gKIDNEY^  fa. PILLS' S  ������l?4l.,^\\NV-l.st  Signals of Danger,���������-Have you lost  your appetite'? Havo you a coated  tongue? Have you an unpleasant  taste in*tho .mouth! Does your head  nolle and havo yau dizziness? If so,  your stomaoli is out of order and you  need medicine But you do nut like  modioino, Ho that profors sickness to  modioino must suffer, but undor  the oiroumstanooa tho wise man would  nrooure a box of Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills and speedily get himself In  health, and strive to kucp so,  Bronzing Plaster of Paris.  To bronzo a plaster cast give tbe  cast a coat of also vnrnlsh and lot lt  ���������jtund till almost dry. Tbon put somo  metallic bronzo powder Into a muslin  bag, dust it over the surface/dab lt  with a wad of llnon and when perfectly dry give It a costing ofjrarnlsh,  Mlnard'e Liniment Ours** Qargat \tt  Oowi.    _   Anlst. I  Anise la a favorlto flavoring for bev-  nvntrna \n th**- Mediterranean eountrlc-a,,  In Athnna nnlR** hrnndy It* n poptilnr  drink nnd la sold not only at eafos, but*  also by atroof vondora, wbo carry thai*1  gUissoa In a belt made especially therefor,  ���������������������������_________ i  Early Rising Birds.  Tho cuckoo ia tbo oarlloat riser of  any bird, and the greenfinch next Tba  lark la the latest.  The Bible.  Tbe authorised version of the Bible  waa pronarod by forry-������iijvon scholars,  wbo were divided Into six companies-,  to each of which a wrtain portion of  tba -Scriptures waa aaalgnad. Tbt work  took three yeara, turn 1607 to 1610.  Srolta/r  I THE REVERSE  |     "Did  I understand  you  to  say  that  j my appearance has improved ?" '  "Ko; I said jou kcked-n ore   like!  yOUl'&etl.' ���������_.w,  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Does fit  Doesn't  shrink  Zam-Buk.is compounded from pure  herbal extracts, is highly antiseptic and  applied to a wound or sore kills all bacilli  and disease germs which otherwise set up  festering, blood poison, etc. It haals cuts,  burns, scalds, bruises; and cures eczema,  prairie itch, salt rheum, poisoned -rounds,  ulcers, etc. AU stores and druggists sell  at 60o. per box, or post free from Zam-  Buk Co., Toronto, for piic*������. 6 boxes  for 92.50. Send lc. stamp for trial box.  HOW TO SOW ELAX  Flax seed may be sown from the  wheat sowing season on until the  middle of June. All things considered,  May is the best month in which to  sow. A well-worked and fine seed bed  should be made by using disk and harrow ������ and sometimes roller also. Not  making a seed bed is one of the commonest mistakes of flax growers. The  seed is best sown usually with a presa  drill and to the depth of 1 1-2 to 21-2  inches ordinarily, according to the nature of the land. About three pecks i  of seed per acre are enough, a larger |  quantity being sown on worn land tiian  ou land in good condition.  It is only necessary., to read the testimonials to be convinced that Hollo-  way's Corn Cure is unequalled for the  remo/al'of corns, warts, etc. It is a  'complete extinguisher.  t The Pipe.  The tobacco pipe in its present form  Is said to have been; invented by Dr.,  Villarlus in 1690.  , A Nice Legal Distinction.  A lawyer in the Indian Tereitory  named McGann was the attorney for a  farmer who had killed a neighbor.  McGann got the man out on bail on the  plea of justifiable homicide or something of the kind, and the farmer immediately took his gun and killed the  chief witness against him.  Naturally Jthis nettled tbe sheriff and  the judges, and they offered $300 reward for the murderous farmer. "Say,**  said McGann to the sheriff, "will yon  ���������give me that reward if I get him?"  "Yes," the sheriff replied, and McGann  rode out to tbe biding place of his  client  Tbe farmer came up, and McGann  , shot blm, took the body back to town  land demanded the reward. "How  [about this, McGann T asked another  ! lawyer. "Do you think It is in accord-  jance with the ethics of the legal profession to take advantage of your cli-  ! ent in that manner?" "Ethics be blow-  ;edr snorted McGann. "I killed him in  ! another case."���������Exchange.  Pen-  Anglo  Underwear   1  has the soft  warm     feel*'  the skin enjoys.  Doesn't    itch.  . Made  for   men, ���������worn en and   Uttl'j. folks,  in   a   variety  of  styles,  fabrics     and     priceaa  tot  SSTST  Weauthorize every dealer in P*a*AfiSj)l  Underwear to replace, at cut CO*, an**  gument faulty in BMterial or i*aaking  Jails and the hangman's drop serve  only-to"held in oheck all sorts of  crime. Public opinion is the final and  powerful court. From it there. can .be  no appeal.  ' * '     "  ,     -:-'-*-.,  Battle of Hanging Rock.  The battle of Hanging Rock was  fought near a natural feature of scenery of that name In South Carolina,  Aug. 6,1780. The British were defeated by Sumter. This was the first battle in which Andrew Jackson took part.  Ancient War Fleets.  A Roman fleet led by Regulus against  Carthage consisted of 330 vessels with  140,000 men.   Tbe Carthaginian  fleet  numbered 350 vessels with 150.00 men.  Fine muslins, dainty lin-  ferio, iron easier, look  etter, last longer if the  laundress uses the-only  cold-water (no boiling)  starch that really  saves work and reaUy  won't stick. Try it. Get  :-.,.^|t* ;  ife  IxjxtnucffJtr  * ���������*���������������1  rooms mar bs dseoraied  in absolute food tatts with  S������l������ct from that will let your walls  narmonlze with any rumlshinkTt,  ft,'tn.d i������De for f e������W ot" Hon*-* Hesltk.  ii ���������*nd-B������*uttful," witb mat-nr d������inty, u*  w������������s for the decoration of your Irom*.  Alabaslfne Is sold by hardwa*** and paint'  dealt** everywher������-a s pomid package  (or 50 cents.  ������������������*������������������*��������� Tour dealer for tint card.  WEVER SOLD IN BULK,  ���������r^*m���������,  168   WILLOW  3THCE1-, BARI9. ON~B  OSHAWAG^.^ 5H1NGL  Pat them on with no tools but a  hammer and tinner's shears,���������can't  go wrong. They lock on all four  sides, are self-draining and water-  shedding on any roof with three or  more inches pitch to the foot Make  buildings fire-proof, weatherproof  and proof against lightning. Cost  least in the, long run. Made of 28-  gauge toughened sheet steel-only  one quality used and that the best-  bent cold and double-galvanized.  Last longer with no pmnting than  any other metal shing.es heavily-  painted.   Guaranteed in every way '  until 1982.  Ought to last a century*  Cheap as wood shingles hi first  cost; far cheaper in the long run.  "Osbawa" Galvanized Steel Shin-  ?les cost only $4.50 a square,  0  ft. x  10 ft     Tell us the  area of any roof and hear our  tempting������ offer   for  covering  it  with  the  cheapest   roof   you  can really afford to buy.    Let  us   send   you   FREE   booklet  \ f about this roofing qiiestion���������tellB  ���������    some things you may not know.  .   **" ** ****������*,.,) ,*.. IJ'*V*'  Oshawa Galvanized Steel  Shinglea are GUARANTEED in  every way for Twenty-Five Years  Ought to Last a Century  Send for FRU Book-**HoollnjJ Right"  Oet Onr Offer Before Too Soot ��������� Thing  .ailtfa,  Canada  AMtmtm .  NtMurt*������tWardf0QMt  MOMOltU  w-eoitJiSi  TOROMTO  W.   UColborcsflL  OTTAWA  ISBasMxSt  UWDOH  MDoadMSk  ***ei*i*iuiiM*dBi  vAwcouvn  *SU������*Vnd*v8L  maWrmaeeeeeg  Yoa cannot ooiilbly hive  a better Cocoa tbu  EPPS'S  A delleiom drink md a mittlnlnrf  food. Fregrsnt, aotritloni tod  eeonemleil. This eieellmt Cocnn  mtlntilni tbo lyitera In robnit  beiltbi and eoiblei lt to resist  winter's oitreno cold*  COCOA  Sold by Grocers tod Storebeosers  M-lb. and-Wb Tlei,  W.   N.   Un   Ne.  634  CHILDREN WILL HAVE PERFECT TEETH IF FED ON  SHREDDED  It is ������ nmscle-produclnt,  brain ��������� buildlni, bone*  mtklnf toed, Buppliss  nutritive e-aalitlis ntofis*  nr j* tn the hsslth and  comfort of frowinf boys  and girls.  WIIFAT  BIS0UIT for Bietkftiti TRI80UIT fer IiBofaien.  All Orocsrt���������IJo ��������� carton, or 2 fer 98e. ���������$rv  ������r-"v'*?;'',>--���������.' .'-��������� .,-. A,->y,0->- ">.. -*****"  m  ^ggff^*:,  TtTO   IWvTIS,  CTOT^W^tW,   f^rffSW  CiC^TOIIi^C  ���������fHE CUMBERLAND   -NEWS  jfjsved E*rery Wednesday.  J.   A-   B^tij-s,  Editor and Proprietor.  Tht; ooijiuiiis of' T.W* ^nws are .pen ..* tl.  ���������AJip winb to ttjcprt-s-. tbertyu .v.i&vya on *aat-  ters uf -jiitilic iutt-reat.  VYbi^B m do not hqld xiraeO-.fl*' rea ������insi-  i'l������ fftf ^he lijtterauces of coneauondea*.^ we  jwerve the r ^tit   of   deultaiu**  to insert |  $ '<nniiwic*tii6nji,pnaecoasREily part-cmul.  *������������������-    ' i ,   ���������_i    n���������fl ^tr,.���������w    lg%    a*-,--.    |   ��������� ���������������������������-���������-���������...���������   ,   ,     ii���������-��������� 'i-l^a.. ��������� *  ��������� .,.,  ���������w  -"    '      ',-',',.���������".'���������',".������.���������������������������'...������������������*'���������     *    V.l.    ',   .     *"     '"l.'ii-""   i-SnU  WRONE&DAY,   .J-U.NJS .26, J.907.  .SJS-SSI'IL   .���������j.lLJUA. Sill IS II    I, L_U_J_jlUilI*i. ...J * 11  If V.aucouy^r Island is to fra-ye  ���������AU   Exp.erj.me.nta.1 . Far.ui,    .and  ���������there is every jcsasgu  to believe  ���������the D.piuixiiou j^oyerninent .ineau  ���������busijaess,, Coiftoy valley, situated  ���������in the  largest   district pu   the  JLslau^j should have  .the   /a-rin.  JLt i������ lJk������)y  Dr.   Saunders   wiJJ.  *-isit al] parts af-the  JsJand .Ue-*.  ifo.re Qnal]y .deciding, and wlxejj  &e visits ������ouvox yalley & its -up  tto -the (ar^ners .ai*4 re>ide*nts  to  .-g^e *&# Uie.ciaixnsojf the district'<  ���������are properly jpjapetf h������for,e Um  JtiU recoia.inejjb.atioMS jyilJ .un*-,]  ���������doji-btedly rj������oeiy,e. ,������due Qo.nsider^-  .aiion/ro.rnXhe lowers that heat  Ottawa, ox   he  wou-ld    not"he  .sent \V.es.t.   Jgyideintly the inat>  te*r-,is-iiot--to be left   wholly   to  tthe three representatives of. ,tl\e  Island.  Union  H otel  \  s^ivc-a-BL   C     3p,tSu-V5S,     -Peio-p^iet.  ���������oSSo^ * X'BDI-T0N *&*** on ^C       a,i,o. the famous MILWAUKEE  ���������BEfcES���������Auhenaer. Robemian, Sclritz. &c.       "OLD GREY BKARD" -  SCOTCH W.FJSK-Y.   .      Best Wiues and Liquors of all kind..  ���������Jhe������QVdiag.audl.oflgingli v������Et tten\,endn the immediate eupmuteudeaoa of Mrs  ���������Davis, will U tou a First clas-t in every respect.  BATES.,  Tl\9 'Secrt-t of  00 per day; upwards.  The Right Price  FURNITURE STORE  As the result of u recent judicious purchase a new lot of.fumiture arrived this week.   We sell at pr,ices to suit all pockets.  REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,  J. H. COLLINS, Cumberland.  Kspimait & Nanaimo Ej  s. s.  "Oity of Nanaimo.  teeimvm  Jfow   Kev aled *  '     PBE5:  What be:i j*   '** more desirable  itfiair^tj.'nP-iqtifeU^^  ������and elegam jev*.ui-.    An oppor-  -TUN1TY KOK l-IVKKY WOMAN T,Q  *OBya 1 n both , for a Jimi ted time  .pniy.  Tli) directions and recipe for  ohjainjug a jfaultlgss cQinple^ion  js the .secret, long guarded bv the  master minds of .tjhe OHJE^T--  ALS and GR'EEIiS,  This we obtained .after years \  ������of work and at great   expense  It is the ib 'thi.'l ".*��������� by the  ���������fairest:'ml most beautii-fal women  ���������pfEu-tt^  Hundreds of American women  who now use it have expressed  .their dejight. and satisfaction.  This secret js easily understood and simple .to follow audit  "tvillsave you tht; expense of  ���������creams, cosmetics, bleaches and  forever givt* you a beautiiu). com  piexion anil free your skin from  pi,rnplfi.s, bad color blackheads,  ,e.te., It alone is worth .to you  jnauy tini-'s. tiie price we ask  you $ send for th < ge uuiiie diamond ring of lajes| design.  We sell you this ring as one  .small profit* above manuiactur-  p\g cogt. T*ie ln'-<-,e is less,thaji  ���������0ii������'liajf wluit others chargp,  The recipe is free with every  ���������ring,  It is a genuiim rose cut diamond ting sparkling bnllanc.v  absolutely gayrauteed, very dainty, shaped like a Jielcher with  Tiflany setting of J2 Kt, gold  shell, at your local jeweler it  ���������would cost you considerable  more than two dollars.  We mail you this beautiful  complexion recipe free when  your order is received for ring  iftud two dollars in money ortjer,  .stamps or bills. Get your order  in Wore our "inply i** pvlvmst-  ed!  This' olTcr is made for a limit-  ,ed time only as a menus of advertising and imroduoing our  good?.  ���������Send to-day before this opportunity is forgotten,  T.C. MOSKMSY.  31 Bant ������3rcl strcoc, New York city,  llljjl To woM.iu (or cohuotiug  Jj uarutai nnd aeJlintr our uovt*|.  tiii'.wogivti Hitf l'*enjiuwis nend name  to-Uiyforour u������w piuu o( Jiik' I'mUt,,  ���������with little work. Write lo-dny. Ad-  4r������mi C.T MQVEhKY, Vreminm tl r��������� rt_  faeul oi E. iflfd H root. N tw York City.  Scdedish Scythes  -��������� ��������� ;���������r  They are light and bend   without breaking.' tt  They are made of hiejh graded steel.  They possess keen cutting edge which is inserted between t\yo  layers or steel and are ground from both sides about three sixteenths  of au inch.  They are gaining great popularity.  Ask your dealer for 'them or remit $1.50 arid we will deliver  to any address,  ��������� "' e  Watson strtd OlcGr.Scjof'.  .VietOifia B-C.  viCTo-si^.-cc-tvio'-a:    1.spV'iB  Sail* ftom Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, callinj-  ,ti   North 'Saanich  Cowtdian Hay    Maple  Bay, -Crofioo,  Kuper nnd Thetis' lslnnds when freight  oi -jassengers offer.  Leaves N<*nn,mo' Tuesday, *, p.m., for  Union Bay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, " a.m.; for  Comox and way ports.  Leaves Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Na-  naimotand'\v'iy ports.  S'lils from Nanaimo Fridav, J p.m., for  Victoria, Ccwlint*; at Kuper and Thetis  islands, Crofton, Maple Bay, Cowichan Bay', and- Nonh Saanich when  'freightand. passengers offer ,  North  Saanich when tide and weather*  .     conditions  permit.    *  VANCOXIVBB - NAttAIMO - LADY-  SMITH   ROUTE ,^i  S. 3.     ������������������OOAN."  S^ils \ om   Vancouver  for   N.viiainio  daily, except Sundays, at '.30p.m.  Sails from   Nanaimo  for   Van ouver  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m.  - TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  Monday, October lat, 1906  NORTH BOUND���������-Rend Hn-vr  SP  ana Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  RODm1>GUN  K you like to read ot the experiences ol  anglers, shooters and. campers or yachting;  or 1! you are interested in country life, ask  your nersdealer to-* Forest and Stream,  or write for free specimen copy, or send  twenty-fivo cents for four weeks' trial trip.  Forest and Stream Is a large Illustrated  weekly Journal, which contains tbe following  departments: ..���������.'. '  Game Bag and Gun,       Natural Hiator**,  Sea and River Fishing',   Yachtin-j,  The Sportsman Tourist, C-a.Aoein'j,  Rifle and Trap. Kennel/  We send free bur catalogue of the best book*  -P0 outdoor life and recreation.       <  FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO.  346 Broadway, New York City. .,  ���������5������  QOLLEGSATE   SCH00|_  FOR BOYS  The Laurels. BelcherJStreet  Victoria B. C  $iversi de Hotel. ���������  ���������      **"*        '       ,--"'     ���������'������������������-���������     "  ������������������*' '���������'��������� " '  *     ���������'������������������    - -'���������'���������     '"���������*..        ������������������ ���������     (       -,m-*r*m*.���������   ....I-. ���������  -   ..���������. .-,..,���������  "i'i  THE FINEST HUNTING AND FISHING GROUNDS  "���������=��������� ',������������������ ���������,  'ON THE ISLAND.===*4=  Livery Stable,: Telegraph Office and Barber Shop Gonveyient  to Hotel. '  Everything up to Date.  DAVIS & PECHNER, Proprietors.  R\weasi^^  RICEfeHUtCHINS  WORLD SHOEMAKERS  ��������� ^  ty; FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY (������  Have every facility at tbelr command known in  the art of modern shoe making.   Seven up-to-  date factories, located in New England, the  world's greatest shoe centre, are daily sup*  plying the growing demand for their Men'i,  Women's and Children's shoeA.   ASK  YOUR  DEALER TO SHOW YOU  "All America" Shoes ��������� our leader  for men and women.  " ERICA " ��������� a popular priced shoe  for men.  "MAYFAIR "���������a popular priced  woman's shoe,  ������0LD HOMESTEAD "-the best  Farmer's shoe ever made���������wears  like iron.  ���������Maa-a-a'**-*****--*--'-*'-**'-'*-***'*^  j   v fi������aAO at '������mtk\ka jSi.-bi* &X\JjlX,ju.  1,  Simon Leiser & Co.Ltd.-  Stations,  Passengei   Trains  Daily  No. 1  Victoria,  Russels,  Shawnigan, - ���������  tt  Gobble Hill,  Cowichan,  Kokailah,  Dtii'Cau'ti,  Somen os,  Wewtholnie,  (3ttemaiau8,  L*itlyt,riiith,  South W������llingtoD,  Nauaitno,  Welliugtitu,  De. 9 00  9.04  10 17  10.22  10.40  J0.48:  10 53  11 00  11.07  11.18  11 32  11.57  1*2,18  '    12.M  Ar 12.5������  Sunday  ^     Wed.  Sat.   N0.-S-  De. 18' 00  10.04  17.15  W.I8  17.80'  Til  Patron   and   Vibiiur,  J.ORD   BISHOP   OF   COLUMBIA.  ^.-' Hca*l Mu.8t.ti'  J."W. LAIKG, ESQ ,   M. A.,   OXFORD.  Assisted by three Graduates of the Recognized Universities of Great Brituiu aud Canada.  Modetaro terttih tor boarders.  Property cons sta of five acres with spaoi-  ous s.J'ool builrlincs, t;x!Piisivfl reortatin-  grouudB. gymnasium. Cadet corps oruaoK'  Med.  AHPLY TO  HEAD MASTER.  Good  Buys.  WANTED���������Tur-Huy a  Cottage on the  17 41 j, inst.ilincnt ulun    Owner leave terms at  this office.  17.47  17.58  18 JO  18 2'2  IS Ho  18.5")  19.18  ID. .SO  Ar 10 45  SOUTH BOUND-Read Up  Viotoria,  Ruaa>'l8,  ShttwniguH,  Gobble Hill,  CnwichftD,  Ktik-ibh,  Oiinuau'a,  SonipnoH,  WuBtholmo,  Uhemainus,  Ludynniith,  t*  South Wellington,  N'nuiiimo,  Wtliiugtoo,  No, 2  Ar, 12.00  1202  10,51  ���������   ;o.4S  10.40  10.10  10.00  10 02  t������ 47  9S7  0.2fi  De, H.00  Ar. 8-50  8,26  8.15  De, 8,00  No, 4  19 55  i0.nl  18.35  18.30  18. as  18,08  18 08  17.58  17.48  17.32  17 22  De. 1UA8  Ar. 10 48  J0.!i7  *    10 15  De, 10 00  FOii SALE���������-The fine lesidenceof Mr.  T, E, U,ite,1situai'ecl  at the   corner  of  'Windermere <md First Street is for sale  at the It'w fiyure of $1400*   For particu-  hirs Apply CumberlaiTd News.  ������175 liuys n Koi'd lot it this oity.  FOR fclALK-10 nor-?** good land in Comox Viilley, suit'iiblo for chicken mnoh,  Beautiful stream ruiminf?-tlu*on������-li property,   AjipJy nt* this oilioo,  FOR SALE--Lots on tbo Dunsmuir  lowiisita.  FOR SALF-160 nuros, fiOhci'ob oboppea.  nnd 7ibimfi 10 ncrcs.clfurcd. Uif-li land,  and exof*llont jmstiiro ]n������d. Terms ofin  be iu'rnn/*P'l to unit  11., ������������.,������������������ ������ 1 ann������,������  I  Dominion  Hotel  Vietotrifi. B, C,  Th������ Hates hiii Lower thnn .other  fil'8t*clll8K  llOtolH,    With    ACUOJIIO'  dat-ion Superior to liiimy.  U001118 with or without bath.  Anu-Hoim Pluii   31,50   to 92.50.  ]w day.  Eiirnpenn Phui,   Rooms oiilj,  .50 to 31.50, per d������y.  Fit?e Bus.  STEPHEN tJPfiHS,  <������NwtH'-i4'*i^**HHw^^  ���������STAR'  Thousand Mile and Commuiiition Tickets-on sale, good over rail and steai������er  iiri������S, at two and one-half cents per mile.  Special trains and steamers for Excursions, and reduced riles for parties may  be arranged foi on application to tbe  DLst, Pass. Agent,it Victoria.  The Coinpan** reserves the right to  change without previous notice, .steamers  sailing dates ana hours of sailing.  Excursion Tickets 00 Sale IVoin and to  ^all Stations, good lor going journey S>nt-  ttrday and Sunday, returning nut later  .ban Mondav,  J, W. TROUP, Obn, Suy, B.C. Coast Ser.  &, h, COUHTNEY, Dht. Prl*. & Wm, Ag,  Granite and IHnrble WorlcH.  Granite aud Ma bio Moiiuiuont,������, Tnb*  let j, btc, at -Uit, luni-jl yilun^ t,uw  aiaieut, with lima-uln-** wtuuk aud  workm������niblp,   Write for particular''.  1000 shares Richard 111 xuiu-  ing stock, 50 cents 'per share���������  apply at "this office.  FOR SALE���������1(36 norea, cue iniJe~\val!er  front, 4.0 aort ���������> uloaietl; 2 houses, one containing 8 rooina, unoUier 0-' monisj btiru  oO x 30. A moBt- dusirnble pluce for a  Btirhmer rosort and oentrnl place for a  hotel,  Stable  1 Hayman & Maxyvell. J  <������  ' * Proprietor*.  ..TKAMSTKHS, and HHAVMEN-  ..SINGLE and DOUBLE R!(.S������������  'M-nr HIRE. ALL ORDER.-'������  ;jPROMl*"n.Y ATTENDED   TOj \  ; 3riiSt, Onmbsrlanil;:  ?^t'l'*j')'i'')"H'li*,ili'l'li'H*'Hl,i''J  fl. Steuiattt,'  Yates St.  Victoria,  B. C.  Morroclji Bros,  ��������� ���������*>  gRKAD, Cakes and Pie������ deliver  ed daily to any part of City,  -S-^afts-s**-^^  fULLwpoL 9 Groceries  WANTED���������About ton aoren oloartd,  with or.without house. Must bo good  land and fronting water. State lowest  linoo, .  FOR SALE-8 Jewy 00wb, froshTimd  in ili'Bt-oliiHB condition; alBo a few year*  ling hoirora.   Apply to W. M, Hoy,  '���������"**������������������ - "���������- ���������     tn I, -      *  #800 CASH bay** flrat-uliiM house  ou Miii-ypoitavoinio.  POH S;-iL13*-Uu nearly new JBnstrauu  soup shot oumorn at n Barnuiu. A���������r,jv  this Ollluoi mr  FUR SALE-yo" acr^wTnTToniaes  cleared! Ji.ooo wortrf of timber, fir ced*  nr, white pine, and spruce. 7$ -.ere* of  boitom land. ������ roomed house and out-  buildings, Lots of spring water, and on*  Ly.ttb^!.3 ^li08 f^ Cumberland.  $11 So Cash'buys one ollh7i7e~s71i^8"ei  -in Cumberland.       Itamrifnliy siiuauJ  Term could be arranged for tune pay.'  inents,  1100 buy������-lui) aores timber ranoh, 0  miloH from Courtenay,  ney.About 20 aorea olonred some your* ������,���������  go. liirflit in liuo ot, railway construction,  Cloio to Courtenay rivor.  FOR SArj^AtoToT^  acres, also house and barn, situated near Comox vnlley* Beaut.-  ���������ful locatiou, couvenient to the  salt water. For particulars' ap������  j>lyat this office f1" ^**r**I?--     * '  1  4  THE   NEWS,  CITMBEBLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  V 1  PURE AND WHOLESOME.,  TO������ONTO.O>*7.  ���������a:*i*rirr39actr.T  '     NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and   rail  way cars of* the   Union   fiolliery  Compauy by any  person   or  persons���������except rain crew���������it- strictly  prohibited.    Employees  are sub-  iec to dismissal for allov^ ,ig same  By order  Fjrancis 0. Littik  Manager.  When in Cumlaerlaiid  ***  STAY AT THE   '    VENDOME.  &S    All OoNVKNiENCjf.'-t foh Guests.  PLANTS,  FOR THE  FARM, GARDEN, LAWN  or CONSERVATORY  Thk Bak 13 SUI'FLIKH with  Best Liquors and Cigars  C.GANNEJl - '  NO seedless plums, NO pitless   ap-  v pies, NO c������bleB8 corn���������just old  reliable varieties ot reasonable  ''���������''���������'��������������������������� -1 -������c  ��������� ��������� \ prices  JFertilizers Bee Supplies  Spray Pumpe  Spraying Materials Cut Flowers  Etc,    Etc.  Oldest established nursery on the  Mainland of B. C.   . * Catalog Free  M.J.HENRY  Greenhouses aud p. O. Address��������� 3010 Westminster Road.  BRAN OH NU USER] ES���������South Vancouver  P.S.���������If your local merchants do not  handk* my sseds, send direct. We prepay 50 packets assorted varieties of  GARDEN SEEDS in ordinary 5c papers  (tested stock) to your nearest post office  for $1���������20 packet5t*or.5oc���������trial collection  UM 1i���������ajiiilmiT ~|-| e?firem���������~- r~���������������������������������������������********���������-������������������-������������������-���������������������������������������������������������������-  00000 OOOOOOOOOOOUOC  I Livery j  3     ajxjd     8  Teaming  JAPANESU  at a 1 ���������'���������>��������������� Price,  Wholesale and Retail.  Sweet and Clean'jiti ity  60 lbs ,' $2.G5  No. 5 Japtown,,;".-..Oumberland B,  JOHN McLEODS  FOR PIR8T.-1JLAHH-'.  CANDY, FltUlTH,  0IGAR8 & TOBAOOOS.  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marki  DCBIONt  OOI������VRIOHTI *C.  Y  l-nttiiit* tHKOti tnroui-ii Munn * Co. 1  (pitiiai nottct, wlihout ohnrna, In too  Scientific America.!.  IIM^^&IP  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  Tho irrorit Utorlno Tonlo, aiid  sOnly wife oli'qctual Mtntw  llwinilatornn whioh Mvrnnen twin  10do(rrot)������gtro*i**er, *8t No. 8,  for uooolul. -Dfnost M por box.  Bold uy all ar^uta, or mot  OMtcMnnTMiOo,  "*    NOTICE.  * n  166 aoren. more or less, at Bamflold  Creolt, lJuruluy District, ThU \\xnit. o������r-  ri<-H the oanl nnd is hanvily timlmr^tl.  Prjoo 1)5.000.  Don't be misled but tho terminus on  Vancouver Inland on tho Weat Const tho  nearest point to the Orient of oue or probably two or three of the great continent-  a, rnHwaya Ml! be ut Barclay Sanud.  O  o  o  I am  prep-tred   to  w  o  furnish Stylish Rigs     q  and do Teaming at    "O  0     reasonable rates, '      9  ������D. KlLPATRlCK      g  O Cumberland q  OOP OOQOOOOOOoQOQOOo_  LAND AT.  *  Skeena Land District  District   of  Queen  Charlotte  Islands,  TAKE notioe that John F. L. Embury,  of Regina, Saskatchewan, Barrister-at-  lnw, intends to apply for a special timber  licence over the following described  hinds:��������� situate ou the North side of  Skidegatt*. Inlet, Graham Island.  Claim No 1-���������Commencing at a  post  planted on the North "West corner of lot  16a Range 4 running; north 40 chains,  east 160 chains, south 40 ebaina, wtst 160  chains back to the place* of  beginuing.  aud containing 640 acres more or less.  Dated May 4th, I90t.  JOHN  P. L. EMBURY-Applicant.  Carl G. Johnstone, Agent-  Claim No. 2���������Commencing  at a   post  planted on   the North West corner- of  Claim  No. 1, running North 40 ch'-ine,  East 160 ohains, South 40 chains,  West  160 chains, baok to the place of begfnaing  and containing 640 ucres more or less.   ���������  Dated May 4th 1907.  JOHN F, L. EMBURY���������Applicant.  Oaki* G. Johnstom*,. Agent.  t  Claim No. 3--0ommencing at a  post  planted on the North West corner of  Claim No. 2. runping North 40 chains,  East 160 chaius, South 40 chains, West  160 chains, back to the place of beginning, and containing 640 acres more or  less.  Dated May 4 th, 1907.  JOHN F,L EMBURY���������Applioant.  Cakl G. Johnstone, Agent.  Claim No. 4���������Commencing at a post  plauted at the North "West corner of  C; aim No 3, running South- 40 chains,  West 160 chaius, North 40 chaius, East  160 chains, back to the place tf beginning and containing 640 acres'more or-  less.  Dated Max 4th, 1907..  JOHN F. L. EMBURY���������Applicant.  y       CAHLj3l..,iJi3HNJ':r0NE,^-!vg'Jit,   The drink of strong men and healthy women  ���������*������������������  HON. 15  'E  v  Is The Best  Bottled or in  Barrels.  The UNION BREWING Co.,     , Nanaimo B.C.  "Wood's Fhospho&iae,  Thi Great English Itemedy.  Tones and invigorates tho wholo  nervous system, makes now  Blood ia old Veins, Cures New  0U8 Debility, Mental and Brain TVorry, Den  pondtney, aexval Weakncsn, Emisitioiis, Sucr-  matorrhcoa, and Effects1 of.A buse or Excesses,  Price*?! per box, six for 85. One will pleaso, *.x  will euro. Sold by all druggists or nlailod in  plain pkg. on receipt of price. Now pam"hlet  inailal/ree. Tho Wood CVlodlcIno Co.  ^formerly Windsor) Toronto* Ont.  OUR BEST  OUUB1NQ        OFFERS  This paper AND A NEW Subscription to  Uigular price for both.   Our Pi ice  D&ify Witness.     $4.50 ������3.oo  Weekly Wttnds,    2.50 2.00  World Wide, 3.00 2.23  Northern I&essenget' J.90 la 7 3  Our calculations are baBed striotly ou ue  canh in a ivunoo. Sampleti of these paper  may be aeen at our olfloe.  When In (Sourtenay Stay At  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for gueBts.  The Genii al Hotel for Sportsmen  None but the Best of Wines and Liquors  at the Bar,  Claim No 5���������Commeuuiug at a  post  planted at th������ t-iouth- -East corner  of  Claim Nu 4, runniug South, 80   chains,  Weat 80 chains, North 80 elkins, East 80  chains, back to place oE beginning, and  containing 640 acre's more or less.  Dated May 7th, ,1007.  John F. L   EMUURY,-Applicant.  Caul G. Johnstone, Ageut,  j    Claim No. G.���������Commencing at a poet  planted at the North   Wost coruer of  Claim No. 4, running North 40 chains,  East 160 chttiuH, South 40 chaius, West  160 chains, back to place of beginning,  atid coutumini*. 6-10 acres more or less.  Dated May 7th, 1907.  John F. L. EMBURY,-Applicant.  Gaul G. Johnstonu, Agent  Uiiyn No. 7.���������Commencing at a pcBt  planted at the North  Ease ooraoi*  of  Claim No. 6, ruhuing South 40 chainm  West 160 chaius, North 40 ohains, East  160 ohuiuf", back to place of beginning,  And containing 640 aoros more or le^'a.   ���������  Dated May 7th, 1907.  JOHN P. L. EMBURY,-Applicant.  RATES  REASONABLE  **^i**i****T****>****f*'*riii ti-fl 1 twtntntrMvm  Caul G. Johnstonk, Agent.  Claim No 8���������Commencing at a post  planted at the North East corner of  Claim No 7, running North 40 chains,  West 160 chains, South 40 chains, East  160 chains, back to the place" of beginning, and ooutainiug*640 aores more or  less. /  Dated May 7th, 1907.  JOHNF. L. EMBURY���������Applicant.  ��������� Carl G. John-stone, Agent.  Claim No. 9���������Commencing at a post  planted at the North East, corner of  Claim No 8 running North 40 chains,  West" 160 chains. South 40 chains, East  160 chains, back to the place of beginning, and containing 640 acres more or  less.  Dated May 7th. 1907.  JOHNF. L. EMBURY,-Applicant.  Caul G. Joiixstonk, Agent.  1  Claim No. 10���������Commencing at a post  planted at the North West corner of  'Claim No 6, running North 40 chubs,  East 160 chains, South 40 chaius, West  160 chains, back to tho place of beginning and containing 64\) acres more or less  " Dated May 8th, 1907.  JOHN F. L. EMBURY-Applicant:  Caul G. Johnstonk, Agont.  Claim No. II- Commencing at a post  planled at the North West corner  of  Claim No 10 running North 40 chains,  East 160 chains, South 40 chaius, West  160 chains, back to the place, of begin-  jaing and containing  640 acres  more or  less. - '  Dated May 8th, 1907.  JOHN F. L, EMBURY-Applicant.  Carl G. Johnstone, Agent.  Claim No. 12���������Commencing at a post  plaute'd at the'North West oorner ot  Claim Noll, running North 40 chaius,  East 160 chains, South 4-0 chaius, West  160 ohains, back to the place of beginuing and containing 640 acres, more or  less.  Dated May 8th, 1907.  JOHN F. L. EMBURY���������Applicant,  Carl G. Johnstonk, Ageut.  Claim No rt}-Cotninencing*at a post  planted at the North West  corner of  Claim No 1-, runniug North -40 chains,  Ea4 160 ohains, South 40 qhnius/ West  160 chaius, back to tho pluce of beginniug  and containing 640 aores, more or leea.  Dat-Scl May 8th, 1907  JOHN F. L, EMBURY-Apphcant.  Caul G. Johshtonb, Agent,  Olahn No. U���������Commencing at a post  planted  at the Noith West corner of  Claim No 13, running North 40 chains,  East 160 chains, South 40 chains, "Went  160 chains, baok to the   place of beginning, aud containing 640 acres, more or  less.  Dated May 8th, 19C7.  JOHN P. L. EMBURY.-Applicant..  Caul G. Johnstonk, Agent.  Claim No 15���������Commencing at a post  planted at the North West coruer ot  Claim No 14, running North 40 chains,.  East 160 chains, South 40 chains, West  160 chains, back to the place of beginning, and containing 640 acres, more or  less.  Dabd'May 8th. 1907.  JOHN F. L.  EMBURY-Applicant  Carl G. Johnstonk, Agent.  Claim No. 16 - Commencing at a post  planted at the North West corner of  Claim No 15, running North 40schains.  East 160, chains. South 40 chains, West  160 chains, back to the place of beginning, and containing 640 acres, more or  less.    ��������� ,  Dated May 8th, l'-'07.  JOHNF. L. EM BURY--Applicant.  Carl G. Johnstone, Agent,  Claim No 17���������Commencing at a poBt  planted at a post 80 chains distant from  the North Weft corner of Claim 16 in an ���������  eastern direction from said North West-  corner running North 80 chains, East 80  chains, South-80 chains, West 80 chains,  back to the.place of beginning, and containing 640 acres rnoreor less.  Dated May 8JJb, 1907.   JOHN-F~l~EMBbTRYf--=Applicanfc-  Carl G. Johnstone^ Agent  mac**  NOTICE  TENDERS are hereby called tor  the purchase of LotP 6), 67, 68, 73  nnd 74, in the townsite of Coturtenay  B.O part of the estate oi Alexunder  J.Mellado deceased. The lowest  or any tender not necessarily accepted Tenders t-ubjeot to tbe approval of the Court.   ,,  "Bruno Mellado,"  Administrator of the estate of  A* J. Mellado deceased.  Cumberland, B.C., April Uth 1907  14tl71y  LILJi'ti'i. ���������J I . AJJ.J*  John Johnston,    Prop,  , Cumberland Real  Mate Agency. ���������  Cumberland,B. C.  It will pay those having property of  all kinds for salo to list them with us, giv,  ing as reasonable terms of sale as possible,   If for cash and c* sh only we may  be uble to make a deal for you.  Our comraissious are reason*  flhl nnt\ w*������ wW tnW yrm tbrnnjjl*  District to sec the properly listed  with us, and if there is nothing  to suit your fancy yo'u will hAye  the pleasure of good company  through the banner Dairy #,i*-  trict of British.Columbia.  We will rustle, others do the  the rest and in the end everybody  is satisfied,  We have a godd list of properties at seasonable figures,  Write for particulars to  Bates & Harrison,  Cumberland, Vancouver, Island.  British Columjbia, Canada.  WATS  ;'.vEnT.lfjtt^  Ik ���������/*'���������',,'^JK^ft-f  ���������SwatoiA  Kliig of ieotcli Whiskies,  The HUD^bN8' BAY OO  8ole.Agentsfor SC THE   VEWS,   CUMBERLAND.  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  COUGH SO BAD  ALMOST STRANGLED  ������f������ld on Ghest Would Yield to no Treatment  Until We Used  Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine  fI could not have believed that anv  ���������melicine could do me.so much good,"'  ���������writes this lady, whose cold was so bad  ber friends feared for her life.  Mrs. S. M. Moore, Shortreed, B.C.,  .wjites: "I wish to state n v gratitude  sor Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and  curpeutme, which cured me of a cold  ���������wuich a friend said would soon put me  aa my grave. I had not slept for three  dibits and would cough until I almost  ���������strangled to death. The very first  ���������nia-nt it eased the cough, and instead  of coughing and irritating my throat  ���������and lungs I had a good night's rest.  Ri I had not had the experience my-  ������elf'I eo'uld not have believed that any  foedicine could do so much good aa  *fihis  has done  me."  Parents who make a practice of keeping Dr. Chase's Syrup*��������� of- Linseed and  X'arpefttine in the house have at hand  ���������Ihe most certain means of curing  coughs,   colds, , croup    and 'bronchitis,  and positively preventing more serious  disease. It is sometimes forgotten  that few ailments possess more possibilities of danger than a common cold.  Dr. Chase's ay nip of Linseed and  Turpentine was especially !p*epaied  ���������for . the children by one of the most  skilled and conscientious doctors that  haa ever practised medicine.  Experience taught ur. Chase that  so lie of the simple products of the  vegetable kingdom possessed most 0ex-  traordinary curative properties, and he  succeeded in so combining these in  D:*. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine as to ma.te a medicine that is  at once pleasant to the taste and wonderfully effective.  Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and  Turpentine, 25 cents a bottle, at all  dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,  Toronto. The portrait and signature  of ui: A. W. Cliase, the famous receipt book author, are on every bottle.  DISPLAYED  "My  friend,"   said   a   literary  bohe-  iniaa  to   his  friend,   an  artist,   "since  we  axe   misunderstood   by  the   world  we  must. form   ,a   society  for  mutual  ���������admizatioii among ourselves.    I, therefore,  proclaim ,the superiority of *j.*ur  iai't,  and  declare  you  to be  the  equal  ���������of Michael Angelo.   And what do you  ���������admire in me?"  "Your good taste,"  said the other.���������  Bon Vivant.  BUFFERING BABIES  'Mothers   can* find     sure    relief for  ���������their suffering   little  ones   in    Baby's  ���������Own   Tablets.       These? Tablets   are   a  ���������.���������Hjontle laxative that do not gripe the  ���������tittle one, and cure all the minor, ills  ���������of babies  and young children. *   They  are pleasant to take, prompt in their  ���������action,   and,   unlike   "soothing"   stuffs,  'fchey, never do  harm,  and  the mother  Jrvias the  guarantee   of  a  Government  '���������analyst   'that   they contain   no   drugs  t narmfiil Ao even    the    youngest baby.  "Thousands of mothers give their little  ���������t,������nfiSi-nb*-Uaing_e!se������bu t^  *"43ts     "when-.������...'constipation.      stomach  ���������"tro-uble,  indigestion,    colds   or   worms  >-bother the baby, or when the dreaded  tt*>S(EMT>'? time  comes;    Mrs.  Jos. Mer-  ���������iCirer. PleiwUle, Que., says: "My baby  was.'a great sufferer from constipation,  but thanks to Baby's Own Tablets the  trouble has disappeared."     The Tablets are sold  bv all    drutrgists or by  -mail at  25 r(������**t������ a box  fro*V the Dr.  "Williams'   .Medicine   Co.,    Brockville.  Ont    ���������    "      ,  Paste Diamonds.  Imitation diamonds are called "paste**  because most of them are made of a  paste which is composed of red lead,  rock crystal, carbonate of potash, borax and white arsenic. This substance  is technically known as "straas."  White Lead.  White lead is the result of exposing  sheets of lend to fumes of vin-agar-  Matrimony In Central Africa.  Quails are plentiful at Lake Nyanza,  and after beiug snared in the grass by  the natives they are kept in small  wicker cages strung on a long pole  stuck in the ground. When a sufficient  number of quails have been collected  they can be exchanged with a neighbor  ���������for all the world like uoupons���������for  wives���������Brevet Major It. G. T. Bright  _0.iM._Gj.. In__WJfle World .Mag-iziim.     '  A "Touching*" Story.  The youn-*'<'lady who had aat for  ���������rayou   portrait   was   uot   altogeth*  pleased with the result   "It looks lik,  ue, of course," she said, Inspet-tiug .  ioubtfully, "and yet I think there ar*  some things about it that ought to b*  banged."   .  She suggested that the eyes should  iitive rather more of an upward look  'hat the right hand should be a little  less prominent, that the hair should  be made more wavy and that certain  changes ought to be made in the drap-  ery.  "That would require* a great deal of  retouching," said the artist, "and I  should have to tharge you about $iO  additional."  "Oh, dear!" she exclaimed with a  pout. "I shall have to give it tip.  Papa won't stand my "retouching* him  *������ that extent"  A Medicine Chest in Itself.���������Only the  well-tu-uj __n afford ��������� to possess a  me Heine chest, but Dr. Thomas' Ec  le.tric Oil, ���������'which is a medicine chest  in it-self, being a remedy for rheumatism, lumbago, sore throat, colds,  coagiis, catarrh, asthma and a potent  healer for wounds, cuts, bruises,  s/K'ains,' etc., is within the reach of  the poorest, owing to its cheapness.  Ic should be in every house.  Preparing For It.  "Hello, Stinjay!" cried Knox. "Looking for anybody?"       *  "Why, yes," replied Stinjay. "Wiseman was to meet me here at 6 o'clock  to go home to dinner with me, and it's  6 now."   .".'..  "Oh, he'll be along! I just saw him  finishing a porterhouse steak in that  restaurant down the street"  3 Strong Points*  GREEN TEA  UNEQUALLED PURITY-STREI.GTH--FLAYOR  Lead    Packets    Only,    40c, 60c, and     60c    Per    Lb.    At    All    Grocers.  Teething Babies- jh! What a Ctlld  are saved suffering���������and mothers  given rest���������when one uses  Nurses'and Mothers' Treasure  Quickly relieves���������regulates the  bowels ��������� prevents    convulsions.  Used 50 yeara.   Absolutely safe.  At drog-etorea, 25c.   6 bottles, 11.26.  National Drug & Chemical Co., limited,  Sole Proprietors, Montreal.       41  James Gillet, at one time Bret  Harte's mining partner, and the original of that author's Truthful James,  dtied Saturday at Sonora, Cal.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper  Messt-s. Vickers, Sons & Maxim have  received an order from the Brazilian  government to build a battleship 500  feet long and 82 feet beam. The new  vessel will be the largest ship ever  built at Barrow.  I   HAVE.  Th cm tjaieklit gtt rid of it bj tikli  Johnson's  ,  iHHiniment  DROPPED ON  SUGAR.  *V*p**tntich for Intanu.1 aa External uie,  and' (or 96 yeara haa beeu curing colds,  cough*, croup, cramps and colic. Try it.  25 and *>0 centa.   At all dealers,    f  I. B. JOHNSON dr. CO., Boston. Mass.  I  Minard's Lln'mant Cure* Colds, Etc.  "There' is a ma*n in Philadelphia  who says people can't eat too many,  onions."  "Perhaps he's right. One nion ordinarily/ dtoes the mischief."���������Cleveland Plaiadealer.  ���������ibi ���������!���������������     ������i    ���������  Out  in   >">n-vns   n   l'ttle    Swede    bej-  went, to srthool  and the teacher asked  . him his name. ������  '"Tvwny Oleatm," ho renlied.  '"How'   old    are    you?"    asked    the  "'leacTier,  "ky not no hlv old ay bane."  TVeTl, -whon  were  you   born?"   con-  ������������������'.Unue'fl "trine teacher.  '^"kf not born at all; ay got stepmut-  - ter/'-JKansas City Star.  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  "'has the larcest sale of any similar pre-  ~-parfttion sold in Canada. Tt always  *, tgives satisfaction by restoring health  ���������\lt> the little folks.  Turkey has only   just    now ratified  Iho convention  drawn  up by the first  ..peace conference at The Hague.  Do Not Delay.���������Whon,   through   de-  militated digestive organs, poinon finds  ith rur tiRto the' blood, the prime con-  aifloTrtt'ion is to aot the poison out as  /���������������������������uii-dlv  as  possible.    Delay  may  mean  ������J4i������astor.     Parmelee's    Vegetable    Pills  ���������"������������������vill lie found a most valuable anil of-  ' /ecttvt? **iodioine to assail the intruilt-r  *-"������ntj,.   Thoy never fail,    Thoy    go    at  ���������v-mtw to tiie seat   of   the trouble and  work a pornianeut euro.  .lack had trouble singing tin- non-U',  aitiglng it do, i'o, you, fa, sol, la,  ���������si, do. His papa said:  "It  is  'tiii,'   not  'you,'  Jack."   Jack  wrniiistod.  "I did say 'you*  papa-    Not d drop  of Alcohol  Doctors prescribe very little, if  any, alcohol these days. Thoy  prefer strong tonics and alteratives. This is all in keeping  with modern medical science.  It explains why Ayer's Sar-  saparilla is now made entirely  free from alcohol. Ask your  doctor.   Pol low his advice.  \A  Wa pub������-h our formulas  ���������������    We banish alcohol  from our medicines  We urgs you to  aonsuit your  doctor  vers  WHEN YOU COME TO THE ROOF  PUT ON  OUR  FAMOUS  EASTLAKE METALLIC SHINGLES  Lightning has no effect on them.   They are absolutely fireproof.. Rain and snow���������-heat  and cold���������can't rust, crack or warp them.   The perfect fitting side lock (exclusively  Eastlake) makes the roof absolutely leak-proof j and cost of puttingon muclfless.  our guarantee:  We guarantee Eastlake Metallic Shingles to be made of better material} mote scientifically and  accurately constructed, to be more easily applied, and will last longer-than* any other Metal  Shingle on the market.   Our guarantee i* absolut.*.   Our Shingles have been made since 18S5.  . AQUAPROBO  PAP������#  Unless there is daily action of the hovels, poisonous products are absorbed,  causing headache, biliousness, nausea,  dyspepsia. We wish you would ask your  doctor about correcting your constipation  by taking laxative doses of Ayer's Pills.  i.n 1 Mads by ths J. 0. J.j-.r Co., Lowsll, JUss.���������  Eastlake metallic Shingles are made either galvanized or painted..   They are  handsome in design, attractive on the houso and last a liietime.   Our       ���������  cheapest   grade   will   last   longer and  costs  less than the beat  wooden shingles.   Our best Metallic Shingles make as superior  a roofing to wooden shingles, tin, slate, etc., as these were  to sod roofs.   Let us send you the proof.   Write us-  Complete information free.  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M8s*r*i������i*al-faanag������  eejeMe erne nnn>  .a-matr mofamejUtm-  thle e������ tor me*M������ f  ^ aaabW U *-*raJk. **t  ���������wbkai tlaM a ���������*���������*  phjiskl-ui told em  ������het ttee aot item  .Heel I w-vmU Imii Um  leer  waald   ee  a  KVCHINE and ii  .ami i***ui������o*-Mib|i/ wan.  Rir.CF-.nmiu,  ���������������������������Btpti-ir Mioi-iwr,  For Coughs and Colds take PSYCHINE,  *<or i broat and Lung trouble take J'SYCHiHE.  For Catarrh and Consumption take PSYCHINE.  For after-effects of La Grippe, Pneumonia and  Pleurisy take PSYCHINE.  USED PSYCHINE 20 TEARS A00.  "Years a**o I waa almoat a physical wreck,  trouble,   Friends  iiougnt 1 would never get  better. "I began to despair myaolf.   Losing  faith in my physician, I procured another ont  who raeommended the uaa of PSYCHINE.  It was Mroriaing beyond deacriptioo tha  It baa.   I mtoM to gain with every  loaidseftwo weeks I waa able to  my housework again.   There are  aytnptomi of consumption about me oow,  "MRS. HENDERSON, SlJohn.N.B.^  For Loss of Appetite take PSYCHINE,  l*or iouigoiuon and Dyspepsia take PSYCHINE.  For Chilis or Fevers take PSYCHINE.  For Run-Down System take PSYCHINE.  To Peel Young and Keep Young take PSYCHINE.  An Unfkfliflg Cure for all Throat, Lung and Stomach Troubles. *>  A Reliable Reme4y for di*ca������et cissed by cxpoturt to cold or wet  Per stale at all tfrunrtata, too.  ���������ml 91.00, or Dr* TTl. ���������toowm,  Umno-ft, tit Hirtei 9% W, t mn* '���������'Sf-^if.^.v  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ELLOW8, I've a Jim  dandy piece of news  for this society," said  Rod Crowning-shield at  the first meeting of the  S.G. T. C. for 1906. "I'll  give you three guesses  as a club. If any one catches on I'll set  him up to peanuts, but if all fail, the  society will waive my dues for this year  and blow me to a dozen fried oysters at  Scotty's."  "Yes, we will!"  "Watch us!"  "Nice set of suckers you must think  ua."*  "Your odds are too easy, Roddy, my  son; give us something worth while!"  were the derisive yells that greeted this  astounding proposition.  The S. G. T. C. had transferred its  regular Friday sessions of arrangement  from the coach in the Crowningshield  barn to the large, old-fashioned attic of  the Wainwright home.  Barton Wainwright, long since recovered from the sprain which followed his  brave rescue of Rod's life at Mr. Stanton's chstnuttlng party in October, was  now one of the most popular members  of the society that had once refused  him admittance. His hated title of  Sissy was never heard after that exciting afternoon. *������������������������������������������������������  that way. How many can go, and who'll  make a move that we put off our skating contest till next Saturday?"  "Honest Injun, Rod, we don't know  what you're driving at," said Barton.  Much delighted tnat all his news had  not fallen fiat, Rodney announced:  "The bob is to be initiated to-morrow, and Mrs. Hempstead has asked  us all to a chicken and waffle Supper at  Oakdale. We are to go out in Carter's  omnibus sleigh, and coast all the afternoon and evening. It is full moon and  Bill says the hill is out of sight-  smooth as glass, and there's gorgeon-  bumpers." 0  "Susy goin'?" slyly asked Jack Peter*-,.  "Yes, she is; and so is Marian, so I  suppose you'll refuse," replied Rod, with  a grin'at Jack, whose devotion to pretty Marian Tempest was a standing joke.  Just then there was a knock at the  door, and the maid brought in a huge  plate of doughnuts and a box of fudge.  "Before we fall to," said Rod, "I appoint Bart a committee of one to write  Mrs. Hempstead that the S. G. T. C.  accepts with  pleasure."  The next day was clear and bitter-  cold; but young blood does not freeze  easily, and sweaters and caps kept  every one toasty warm.  The new bob, easily holding a dozen,  was "a beaut," as Rod declared���������a bril-  *   *������������������  "Chuck it all, Rod, we're,not going to  guess on those terms of yours, so you  might as well spit out your news, or  you'll burst with holdingit," laughed  Ben Newton, who knew Rod's Inability  to keep a secret, especially if it meant  an outing for his beloved "Saturday  Good Time Club."  "Well, gentlemen, since you insist���������  Bill Hempstead has a new bobsled���������a  beaut!"  A chorus of jeers followed this announcement.  "Get on to the band wagon, Rod.  Your news was announced to this honorable body precisely fifteen minutes  ago. You would be a gay deceiver and  escort a lady home from school, when  you should have been presiding over  this Important conference, would you?"  said Tag Smith, giving Rod a friendly  punch that sent him rolling headlong  on the old cot.  Looking very much crestfallen, Rod  said: "Well/what are you going to do  about it? Accept?"  "Accept what?" asked the boys,  "Oh, eome off!   You can't draw me  Down the Hill on a Sled  liant scarlet,  with strong > brakes and  steering gear.   The mile-long course was  straightaway and perfect, and the three  bumpers supplied all the excitement nee- ,  essary   for   the   wild   shrleks^wjthout_  -whieh-coffsting?w"bula"be tame indeed.  '��������� Bill steered splendidly, and there were  no   accidents   toi mar   the   pleasure,  though several loads came to grief at  the second bumper, and Hen Newton,  coasting on a small sled, ran himself  head first into a snow-bank and had to  be pulled out by the heels."  Any one but old Dinah would have  been appalled by the appetites brought  to supper, but, as she said to relieve  Mrs.   Hempstead's  fears  of  too  few  *wn ffltQS ���������  "Doan you fret yoiise'f, honey; this  chile ain't cooked fer a boy's acad'mie  twenty years fer nuffin. If dem waffles  done give out it's de fust time Dinah  ever got fooled on a boy and waffle  com-be-na-shun!"  Even a contest for the champion waffle eater, in which Rod, the winner, acknowledged himself stalled at twenty-  four, did not exhaust that batter.  The evening coasting was jollier than  ever; and the boys and girls would actually havo traveled that hill all night  had not Mrs. Hempstead reminded them  Sunday was not far oft.  Barton voiced the sentiment of the  whole party when he told hia hoateBs In  parting;  "We'll have to change our name for  to-night from the 8. G. T. C, to the  S. B. T. Y. C���������the Saturday Beat Time  Yet Club."  GIVING CARD  ���������  PARTIES  Hints for Hostess Who Gathers  Her Friends Together e%*&  By Eleanor B. Clapp.  Copyright. 1905, by A. S. Barnes & Co.  CARD parties are one of the most  popular forms of entertainment  all over this country. We grow  tired of all other games after a  while, but cards seem to be of perennial  interest.  Notes of Invitation can be written, or  the summons may take the shape of a  visiting card, with the date and the  word "Cards" written in the lower corner. The former style of invitation is  used for the smaller affairs, the latter  for the more elaborate. The notes  should be something like this, varied ,of  course, to suit the occasion:  172 Arch street,  My dear Mrs. Brown:  Will you and Mr. Brown join us on  Thursday evening next in a game of  progressive euchre? We want lo have  eight tables, and do hope you will not  disappoint us.  Cordially yours,  M'ARGARBT  SMITH.  March the eighteenth.  Card parties begin about S or half past.  Before the guosts arrive, arrange the  card tables in the drawing room and  put a pack of cards on eaoh. It is  usual to write upon every score card  the number of the table and the seat  at the table of each player, as "Table 2,  l No. 4." Divide these into separate piles,  being careful to have but two cards  from each table in a pile, and place  them on separate trays. When the guests  come down from the dressing rooms,  request the ladies to select their scores  from one tray and the gentlemen from  another; thus every one can find his  partner and his table with very little  confusion. .'.-������������������'  Supper can be either served after the  games are finished and the prizes awarded, or, and this is rather the better  way, it can be served in an intermission,  in which case the guests remain seated  where they chance to be at the time,  while the servants bj-ing in small white  tablecloths aud cover each table and  rapidly arrange the few pieces of silver  required for the simple supper, which  can consist of oysters, boned turkey or  salad, ice cream and cake, with black  coffee, lemonade or claret cup.  If, after the supper has been enjoyed,  conversation, music or some other diversion is to be the- order of the day, or,  rather, the evening, then the refreshments should be served in the dining  room, either at small tables or from the  buffet.  The newest fad at card parties is for  all who haye not taken prizes to draw  for the "booby" instead of giving it to  the worst player in the room.  THE HOUSEMOTHERS**  EXCHANGE  t^sf-ta-'a-r'aTTV'sniXria-Sj*^ "***,l **l**l*''l***'**nrii**l(** ***1 ***I**��������� l*** *** l*'y*1''*-'���������* ���������*mi*i^***a*'*ir,l',**'*'l*'^^  Ue TUG of WAR.  "Bow, wow*wow!"  Look out for a row,  Sumps found a bone  That Gyp claims aa hia own,  Tug, tug, tug,  ���������Go poodle and pug;  A bono ao gay  /lad ne'er come their way,  Whine, whine, whine,   ���������  "It Is mine!   It Is mine!"  Bach erica aa he trlea  To run off with the priie,  81aa, alsa, alsal  There's a Hash and a flax I  'That bone just blew up,  Scaring eaoh little pup.  "Yelp, yelp, yelp!"  Aa they scamper for help,  Bach snarls with a groan,  "You may keep your old bone!"  ^%  V        .       mlMwNnasTra  ^T^ffyty!  A* I            Tnlar  Sja      f                 lt\.  F  |,'**.*'-''--*'V***'a**-^  THE MAID'S PART:<���������:������������������������  IN SERVING THE  ���������   HOME DINNER  By Mary E. Carter  Copyright, 1905, by A. S. Barnes & Co.  T  HERB are two ways of serving  roasts���������one   where    carving   is  done  on  the  dinner  table,   the  other where it is done at  the  side table by the waitress.  If carving is done on the dinner table,  the maid should otand at the carver's  left and take away each plate as he  lays a piece of meat upon it. In the  proper order of helping she sets the first  down before the host's right-hand  guest, and then continues on around the  table from that point.  While the diners are discussing the .  roast and vegetables the maid stands  quietly, but watchfully, near the hostess, observing quickly when any one  seems ready for a second helping, and  promptly removes plates of those who  lay down the knife and fork.  Salad being the last course In our little menu before dessert, when all the  plates have been removed she clears  the table of everything belonging to  that part of the dinner already served,  but leaves all decorations, bonbons and  other little dainties,  Of course, all glasses remain until the  dinner is over. At this time the large  napkin at the carver's place and the one  under the soup tureen are taken away  so carefully as not to drop a single  crumb. This Is done by first putting  eaoh of the four corners toward the  centre of the napkin nnd then deftly  gathering It up, while keeping the corners in the napkin's centre, nnd allowing no part to fall open,  when tho table is free from all signs  of the dinner and In perfect order lt Is  "* ready for the dessert, whatever It may  be. In bringing the plates, already arranged for this part of the dinner on  the side table, she should be careful to  set each one down with the knife side  of the plate at the right of eneh person;  Toy so doing everything else will be in  Its proper place; tho fork at the left,  the spoon across the front of the plate.  Each porson-when the plates are before all���������quietly sets the finger bowl on  the tablu in front of the plate nnd the  dolly, at the same time between  the  Jiowl and the tablecloth, taking up as  Ittlo room as possible with individual  convenience and never Intruding upon  the neighbor's apace at right or left,  The dessert la then passed in tho same  way aa all that haa already been  ���������erved. When there Is .pudding or o pie  thoy should be cut, before passing, nnd  a apoon or a pie knife should be under  a niece ready each time it is handod,  Fruit Is last before tho black coffee,  whioh l la aerved in ,very small cups  about two-thlrdi full, Sugar nnd oream  are passed for people to help them*  aelvea. After-dinner coffee ia usually  aerved without cream, aa moat people  like It sweetened only, but, aa It is al* ,  ways possible for aome ont to pref-ar k  little cream too, a considerate hoattaa  will ace that It ic offered,  The monner of holding anything for  people to, help themselyea la one mark  of n good wnltrwia. Without awkward-  *���������*-*���������*��������������� *>hf -!������K,utd !.w'" t,.m>Hung *uw  enough for people to heir, thumutnlvp!*  ',*.*.,.'.oul "���������jw/iliig, near enough to avoid  fpllttng and perfectly steady while wait*  iWLtor th**,n> to take whatever tbey de-  mite.  ,ROM a pile of letters received in  answer to the complaint of the  unsuccessful   butter    maker,    I  draw one for today's use.   It la  pertinent and practical: I  To the woman who complains that her  butter tastea "flat," 1 would say 1 suspect  that she washes the butter too much, or possibly she does not put in enough salt. I get  extra prices for my butter, and 1 think I  may give a few pointers on the subject.  xou answer truly that age gives cream  and butter a bad flavor. Then the cow's  food is an important matter, a -weedy  pasture affects the taste of the milk. Pure  drinking water is another desideratum. The  milk must be kept in a cool, odorless* place,  When it "loppers','���������or, as I was taught to  call it in my childhood, "clabbcrs"-8klm  . off the cream before it sours. If sweet, un-  loppered cream be added, put them well together and let them stand until the sweet  cream has thickened. If you have enough  cream for a dally churning, the butter will  be of a finer quality than if the cream be  kept for some days. Let everything be  scrupulously clean. Then be cure that the  cream does not get too warm. If you have  no cellar, set the jar of cream in fresh  water, changing this often enough to reduce  the temperature to as low a point as may  be without, peril to the butter-making properties. Cream for churning should never be *���������  warmer than 60 degrees.  While churning never pour in either hot or  cold.water. Warm or chill the cream from -  the outside ot the churn. When the butter  begins to "come" continue to churn gently ,  ' until the flakes gather into a mass. If all  is right, Itswill leave the handle almost clean  and collect to Itself all floating particlee.  I use a wooden paddle and a wooden bowl  to handle and hold the butter.   I scald, then  rub them with salt, and All the bowl with  cold water while I am churning.  In taking ,  up the butter, press it against the side of  the churn to squeeze out the milk.   Empty  the chilled bowl of water and put the butter Into it. draining oft all the milk.   Then  work the butter into a thin sheet against the  sides of the bowl so as to get rid of every  drop of buttermilk.   Sprinkle the thin, firm  sheet���������compact and close-grained���������with fine  salt, allowing an ounce to each pound of butter. Work the butter with the paddle down  into the bottom of the bowl, doubling and  folding it upon itself. If this part of the worn  be  properly  done,  you can get  out  every  drop of buttermilk without overworking it.  Too much  kneading spoils the flavor ana  makes the butter waxy.   If rightly handled  and carefully salted, the butter will be oi  uniform color.   Streaked butter means uneven kneading and unskilful salting.  Form the butter into compact rolls, or  pack in, jars, as you like. Exclude the air  and you will have firm, sweet butter, ft  these directions have been observed.  AN OLD HOUSEKEEPER <Bloomington,  111.). .  Hints on Sweeping  _JDp housekM*iers_wJhoJ^have_much~sweep-���������  ing To do know that by using a soft cloth  and plenty of clean water (with  or without  ammonia in it), their ./oris, would be materially lessened?  Wring out the cloth in the Jwater and'wipe  the carpet, a breadth at a time, rinsing the  cloth often to get out the dirt, instead of  spreading it on the carpet.  Then, with brush and dUBtpan, or broom, *  brush up what litter may be left. .  The carpet will be cleaner, the work will  be lighter and the wnoie process is far  more sanitary than the old way, for there  will be no dust to fly into the nose and  throat. ,  Try it and see, how much more quickly  you- can get the work done and how much  better the carpet will look.  In explanation of this letter, let me say  that I have received so much pleasure, as  . well as profit, from your interesting Corner  that I am moved to offer a small contribution to it.    [(   M. A. H. (Warren, (R. I.)  Make the small contribution larger  next time.  Your method of carpet cleaning is  admirable for the young or the Bllm.  For the elderly and the stout, it would,  I fear, be more laborious than the old  way. When ono takes on flesh with  years, the blood has an uncomfortable  habit of mounting to the head when  one stoops or bends over. May I offer,  as an amendment to your motion, that  in such circumstances the cloth may be  fastened to a broom handle and UBed  from a standing position? My hardwood floors are swept with a broom,  enveloped in a stout red flannel bag.  Could not some such device be resorted  to by our elderly or our overplump  housemother?  Perhaps some of our readers knew In  her youth Miss Scdgewlck's excellent  domestic story, "Live and Let Live,"  Ono of "Luoy'a" employers insisted  upon having hor carpets swept with a  hand-br-iBh-what we now call "o whisk  broom." Lucy spent an hour daliy upon  her knees at this work.  "It raises no dust," aald the mlatresa,  "and gets all tho corners clean. It  doesn't wear out the carpet as a broom  dooB,  And nothing Is tho worse for It,"  "Except my clothes, ma'am," ventured Lucy, showing a hole In the front  of her well-saved frock,  Scrubbing has Its disadvantages, A  sensible correspondent suggests that a  low, padded Btool bo used to save tho  clothes nnd tho kneea of scrubwomen,  It Ib moved at need, aa the worker de*  aires, Will some one carry the idea Into  'xocut'on and tell ua how it worksT  A Few Favors Returned  Here are a few helps, In partial return for  benefits received from the Exchange:  1. A small piece of sal soda put into the*,  water in wl>*ch glasses are washed makes*  them shine I   jutifuljy.  2. A skewt.   <8 fine for cleaning dirt out  of corners into ������*htch tbe broom cannot go,  3. Oxalic acid dissolved in hot water an*,  applied to the stained wood of kitchen-  tables, or to sinks and boilers, will cleanu  the metals and whiten Wic wood.  4. Save stocking legs to slip on over yotrr  arms while at work.   They save the al***em-  of your gowns.  5. For grass stains on cotton or wooleta  goods wash in alcohol. i  6. Wet   tea  and   coffee  stains with  cold**..  water and glycerine and let them stand for  two or three hours.   Then wash with h*r*t-:.  boap and cold water���������and ,  If, at first you don't succeed.  Try, try again! j,  B. K. (Blue Island, V.l.%    (*  To Prepare Hulled Corn    I  Some one asked how  to  prepare  bulleti"**  com;  Simply boll  shelled  corn in   strong   *-*���������*���������>���������  - water until  the  hulls  can be   rubbed   of***  easily,   then  wash   through  many  water**-,  rubbing between the hands to remove the-  hulls.   Leave the corn In water over night  to  remove  the  taste  of   the   lye.   In thai-  morning put it on to cook in an abundance-  of cold water and boil steadily all day, adding water as needed  (use a granite kettle),   and  stirring  occasionally   to  prevent,  burning.  When* the corn is thoroughly done, prepare as you would hominy, using a little*>  cream and butter, salt, etc. lt Is an old-  fashioned dish, and the thought of it takes-.  tne back to my childhctod home among the*  Alleghany Mountains, where ham and hominy, buckwheat cokes and maple syrup*  formed part of the biil-of-farc In every'  farmhouse. Other memories are aroused���������  the "apple parings," where all the neighbors pared and quartered apples until midnight, when they v/ound up wltb a supper-  of wonderful dimensions, and then danced  until morning. . .'  It;was a simple, homely life in many respects, but the people seemed to get more*,  out of it and lived longer than we do In-  these strenuous times, when wo seem to fall  over each other in order to reach that lntan--  glble something that we are wearing our -  lives away for. E. W. G. (Chicago).  Your letter is charming throughout,,  and I strike hands with you in the tender memories of "a day that is dead."  We love to live, over the early life, enjoyed as one always enjoys what is new  and fresh. There is a subtle, dewy  fragrance about the reminiscences of  childhood like the breath of wild ftow**  ���������era: ��������� *~ ~  But���������I do not agree with you that tar  former days were Better than these.  The world is better and wiser than ii.  was fifty years ago. And���������here we differ again!���������people live and work longer  than they lived and labored then. The  average of human life has gained five  years in the last half century. We  work strenuously, but we comprehend*.  and obey the laws of health as oue  forefathers and mothers never dreamed of doing. The saying that "there*  are no old people nowadays" has a  stout substratum of truth.  "The happiest time is NOW!" Lay  this beautiful truth to heart, and that  world will wear a different face.  No words from the poet's heart an*S  pen rise oftener to my lips than Whlt-.-  tler's brave "Life Psalm": ,     ,  And so the shadows fall apart*  And so the west wind*, play;  And all the chambers of my hearte*.  I open to the day.  U  Removing Stains  w  HEN a stain proves unusually  obstinate and absolutely refuses;  ��������������� ������ to come out by ordinary methods, wet the spot thoroughly and then  cover with dry chloride of lime. Let It  remain a few moments, rubbing well-  with the finger meanwhile, and then  rinse until, all the lime Is out, It will,  generally be found that the stain tat*  gone also. If not, apply again. A second application will remove anythl-*'*''*  that is removable,  Owing to the nature of the remed***,  however, it is far botter to make a  second application than to leave tho first  ono on until the stain Im all gone, Tha  chemical action of tho lime, removes m  portion of tho internal fibro of tho  material and thus eats up the stained!  part, Tho proportion of *lbre thua removed Is ao small as to do no Injury,  but, If left on too long, the lime will  Insinuate Itself, taking a strong hoia,  and finally bite through the fabric, or  weaken it so it will soon wear In hole*.  Chlorldo of lime is the ������unc of Juvoiles  water, which Is no often rucommended  for tho removal uf Ntiiliiu, hut using 'he-  powder Itself Is moro satisfactory In  many way*; and, na it can bo bought In  small cans wllh a sprinkling top, it Is  ���������quite us convenient as when In -���������ol'j������loa������  A DAINTY SWEATER  7  CLfc.ANJNO K-HINESTONKS  RHINESTONES, ao say the dealers,  may be olea-ned with ordinary chalk  I -.i .���������Powder the chalk, or simply take a  1 ntlck of It and rub over the aloiiaa?nd  v.- ������s ImM&SfiSt  It Is said that the  ? H?5������������������ wno.cleana  I ht! rhlnestones this way ean make her  I trtanAa hrtteve that shu hue latsly la*  J traaaed bar stock of diamond* '  IHE  womon  who knits  sooner  or  1UU.T   iniiKcs   hcrsulf,   or   nemo  ,'j'l'Jii),   .i  Alti^'ii,    H   It,  u   UUIUUU  tank, undoubtedly, but thu rvsults are  most gratifying. A hnntt-mndr sweater,  besides being much better looking, will  stay in shapo'und generally outwear  two or threo mnchine-madu affairs.  strum;- ff "ny, Ihv-i,!., (,!,,, v.wltvUd  sweater la muoh more quickly finished  than n knitted one; the latter Is much  more popular even for tho comparative  novice In knitting,  After nil, tha thing to do is to select  a rather plain, uncompllcotc-d style, then  get explicit printed diructlona and follow them exactly.  TrU"*. yon will nr snm������������wh it nf a Mre  to your friends, aa your sole conversation for weeks to enmo will be a  miin**������tntnou������ murmur ot "kutt *.u**, i>m'  tiere" aad ao on, By tht- way, why wii.  wntn-*** enrrv fhr-lr *���������������*'������!���������*������������������ ���������*���������"*������" ���������tit******-  into company, where thoy are uxpeotedi  l" 1" ,,t,it,.,.b',v: h ia ���������*!������ ,i..v',tittni������inju  person who con both knit wtdl mid talk  well at the same timo, dt-Hpliu all ono  hears to the contrary.  Styles In sweaters vary from senson  to   souson   as   much   nn   nny   oth������*r  woman's   garment,   an   in*, ltnlitor hn������������  muiu ur i*>������������ irtinu*i*������ In h������-r choice,   A.  prt-tty new style that would be comparatively easy, even for n bt-jlnner. in  tt sweater In plain knitting.  The mairi  part of the sweater is In n soft, light  wool, with a yoke, belt, cuffs nnd collar-  of light blue.  The yoke* Ih sijuare, or  rather a Dutch neck ������hnp<*, and tht  Mitch runs horlsontally, while that In*  it,������.: V,t,tl> uf th** i������wiiit*<r Ih \*-rntttl.   An*  tipi-n beading between tlm yok<* and Millar nnd nt thf wnlflt Urn- linn nn Inr-h-  widn blu������ rliibnn run thrmiiiri it, whiclt  fattens in pretty l-ows in trout.  mmStf THE   NEWS,   GUAi:B*AKLAXD,   i-'iUTISH   cOLUMUTA  Mrs. C. Gillanders of Vancouver is on a visit to her parents.  Mr. and Mrs. A brains.  School closes on Friday for the  summer vacation. A number of  the teachers have handed in their  resignation to take effect at the  end of the term.  I      CAMPBELL'S  | TtTRNOVEBS, TASTS, %  |               CHBESE CAKES. ;|  t                          FKTJIT  SQUARES 4  ? 2 Sets  per   doz. j|  Miss Flora McKnight of Vi  toria, isthe guest fur a few wee-cs  of Mrs John Kesley.  r Puf^s.  30c doz.  Pigs Wanted���������From 20 to 30  pigs from 200 to 250 lbs. Delivered at my place, will pay g}(  and 9J4 per lb.  Charlie Sing Kee.  For Sale���������Bees for sale at ten  dollars a hive. Apply C. Bridges, Sandwick. P. O.  I,0st���������A child's coat, ou Sun-  dav between Cumberland and  Comox. Kindly return to this  office.  We call qtteniion to the advertisement of the Gtirney Foundry  Co, T. E- Bate of the Magnet  Cash store beingsole agent-  This is the first time the Gurney  Cotnpany have advertised in this  district although their ranges  owing to their superior qualities  are to be found in many homes.  Like many other eastern firms,  however, they are beginning to  realize the growing importance  of the West.  * MEAT   PIES  $      Every Saturday  I 3 for 25c  ! BAKERY  Mrs. John Crocket" and Harry  Creech have entered into partnership for the purpose of  ducting a livery business at  Courtenay. Both are well known  in the district and have numerous friends, Mr. Crocket having  aided iu c nducting the Livery  ���������Stable of Mr. McQuillan for the  last eight years' should have a  f-ood knowledge of the business.  The fact that Hie new firm have  imported some driving horses  and new rigs will cl.-^s the stable  as one of the best in the district.  P, PHILLIPS HAEEISOI  Barrister and Solicitc-r  a ud  IVotary  fublic  Con veyan cing  FOR SALE���������One Mare,  Good Roadster.   Appl> to George Beudnull, Comox,  a a  HIGH GRADESTOVES  And all KITCHEN UTENSILS]  Sportsmens Goods $  anfi J  General Hardware |  Tlit* Saturday Sunset, modelled after th.* Saturday Night, Toronto, is Vancouver's latest paper. It is a most creditable number and as the editor says on a  paving basis. The proprietors  indeed very lucky in this respect. If they can say the same  for each week's issue, and contain so much good reading matter the paper will find an influential place among the reading  public.  FOE SAtE.  I  Horse, weigh ing about 1100.  I  Light   Waggon.  I  Farm Waggon.  1  Cultivator.  1  l'Jow.  I One Horse Mowing Machine  [new]  J.   B. Bennett  Cumberland, B.C  FOR    SALE  A lot of 1 by 4   rough lumber  it Union sit*, in 11  R Grant a id Co  SALE   OP  PUREBRED CATXX.B.  A  Kiiie   Opportunity   to   I11-  ���������yest    P'raSttabiiy.  Owing to the scarcity of labor  I um compelled to sell my herd  ol pure bred aud high grade  dairy stock consisting of;���������  The Prize* Bull. Tt^sie Curl. Nt*. 2157.  bred by II. Dosnall, Cheiaainus, U. C.  1 Hull 3 yeara old, uud 7 head of cows  two ye-irs old and yearlings, in lots tu  suit, jjiirehasen;.  1 No. 2 Conibini*U Churn  and Butter  1 SO Gallon Hand or Power Churn.  1 Maaon Ham! or Power Butter Work-  2 50 Gallon Boyd Cream Vats,  1 Babcock 6 Bottle Tester.-  1 Turbine Cranio Separator.  1 No. ') Hand or Power Separator.  1 2% b. p. Engine aud Builpr.  These articles are as good   as  new for use aud will be  sold   at  a BIG REDUCTION from cost.  BYRON CRAWFORD.  Courtenay, B.C:  m  -^^^iV  V""  J raft control���������perfect  r^diwft control, that's one  Kthingryoa'11 lite about  "^ this range.    Speci-  ���������v ally big- fire door  ^ has an extra draft  |=-a slide at top.   In-  * X\ side  that slide  ,   \ there s a shield  111 that parries the  r    di *r DOWN  undei   the fire  - -yj ���������and up again  There's n  ^R&r������e  Uio.oo REWARD���������On Saturday night a gold brooch or bar  set with ten diamonds. Finder  will be rewarded by leaving same  at **N*sws" office.  The newest fad among small  boys of the city is when au auto  arrives to see who will be first in  scratching his autograph on some  conspicuous part of the machine.  The young lad who accomplishes this feat is the hero of the hour  Now boys your name don't look  half so pretty to some folks as it  does to you.  The law is safe. The editor  of this paper has accomplished  many wonderful things in his  own quiet way, but none so notable as the last conquest���������that of  cornering the law. If any oue  does uot beleive it a call at the  "Nkws" office will convince him  of the veracity of our statement.  We like good company so does  P- P. Harrison, Harrister-at-law  and he induced the editor to partition off one corner of the htiild-  iug where victims may be interviewed.  pi Bums  t eithet wood or  money���������  ���������,s ^ ranrreT'iat,-?'Tr  eitnet wood or coal with ������?%/ >G];������n ������ hl-itcl..  real economy, because the MY cori ������\ ������o1 *h<l *"%;"? -,  draft system is alwa s LH if1, ���������ch certain^ that it  underyour control-easy to E T * 1 * \ Ct ������ ������ I I1 go \ V*&  handle as to set a clock feS-can *, ^P * ^ BAKE  i ahead or back. Big copper TjKt Sbt Won t you  ilined reservoir, utilizing Tgg c a * * and see it?  heat other ranges waste V|L* the guehst fouhbey co.,  gives an always ample sup-oly1^^. Limited���������Torosto Montreal  -"���������''-"l-      ~ ���������  - *���������*���������     Hamil-on Win-tipcg  Vancouver  ���������of hot-water, ���������more economy \  I and more convenience. You really  fought to see this range,���������it's  ,0 handy in every detail.  For Sale by Magnet Cash Store, Sole ReJtailAgents.  Coupon-  Most Popular Baseball Players.  This coupon entitles the holder to TWO votes���������one for the most  popular lady baseball player and one for the most popular gentleman:  To be eligible candidates must have played at least one game this  seusmi  Most Popular Lady   Most Popular Gentleman   Kindly sign and hand in to the  News oflice.  posted on bulletin every Saturday.  Results  will  be  Comox  Co-Operative  Society.  BUTCHER   SHOP  Dealers in all kinds   uf Meat.  Afresh stock of Vegetables in   season.  F. AITKEN, Manager  UNBREAKABLE  FIRE-POT  The In er po t on of a fire-pot is t-Kii'dly nearly  or p tl) filled th dead ashes, leaving the live  re hot coals the upper p:*rt. Th.* result is thnt  the upper po t on expands much  more than  the  Io vcr  ���������xpansion causes a strain  i-piere 11 re--:-.H to stolid   ��������� ,. . ill split, alluwinjr precious  hetit    and    sickening    jjases    to  escape.  But the fire-pot of (he Sunshine  ted to meet this 1 on  __ i3 in twi sections.   The  upper half expands,  C.s  mvrh   as  necessaiy,   independently  ot  ii-e, fitting  -.tiy.  And this strong, unbreakable,  gas  and   heai-ti;;ht,  two-piece  fire-pot is just one of tMinany  superior featuresof the Sunshine.  If you    local dealer does not handle the  direct   to   us for FRKE  BOOKLT-T  London. Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, N.B.#  C. fl. TABBELL Sole Agent  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  .; S3.9.0.000  10, $-i,:i90,000  Amskts,   S45.400.000  Dm-. KtT5,S3-i,.100,000  T],c MiiTiagi.r of tiie Ttoj-til I'tin]; of Canada  will he |,]c-net-,t to servo those  who    believe    in  Serving     JVlorsey  and pliieine; it uliere it will earn Interest.  Interon A.hlerl Horn- Tiniea a Year in Savings Bank.  A. BI NETHERBY,   m*"^"**.-  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAU.OU-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CQADB TO   ORDER HflD  I|M flJ4Y-STYI������E YOU UtlSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From !?20 to $40.  CUMBER L A N D,  Uledding Gifts,   Cut Glass,  and   Sterling   Silver*.  STODDART, tie Jeweler.  Be careful iu selecting your Gift, it will be Viewed   and  Criticized by many; by it may be judged yotu* good Tnste  and TJberality.  To mike fortunes  of the future you must  put   something   into  the present  JUST OUT  Gold-Goppers Pay ,  Big Dividends all  over British Columbia  Tie BRITISH OOLUIBIA ILLUSTRATED.  Nothing  BIHKBD.NnUiiuKGAI-XKD.      Nothiuir VEK'J'UHED, KotLing WON  Splendid  Opportunity to Invest.  Tho ridiout nifil in the wirlil nro tnveatiiiR jn 13. O. Oo'-iiur-Qold nud Slhor Mines  ���������\Vliy ont-'t you be|*lo im\it   The (-rwitoat Qold-Ooiipor Dleooverj* o( the  A*-*: iti in BritiBh Otilumblii,  Bill FOUR CONSOLIDATED GOLD HIES, ltd.  Capital   -   -   $625,000.  Every Dolltir S'lbict'iljed used in Development of Mines.  ' Si-HcrAi. Offer, 20u. pur Shark.  MineH cliructly want ot Jjolioi, whoao shares nre new nbout Slli Le Roi No. 2 nr������  n&oiit SIS nnd wont itj* to S10U; nnd ConNolidutt'd MiuiiiK nnd HraeltiiiR Co of Qnrr  uda. Ltd. allures 61-51) yntib; Ginnt Cnllfortiin BliitrcR about fl]0; Grnnby Mines  pnid nvor 82,000,(101) tlivitlfindu in 10011; illn Four nsatiyta from 86 to -J800 m gold,  onppor, 8 Jvrjr, with H'l per mui iu IIil* Tronaury on niilwiiy uenr tamelter.  Num���������Most of tbi'aa mines sold for 11 few cans ooctt, but ovor oapit-ajizetl even  uow-piiy Bitf riividonds.   W������ four will jump toSl noon,  Hoaalnna MineH ri-e**lvpil Hii*hf*tit A-Wnriw for iJulioat sold-aooper ore ftflnt to St.  Louis Exnoni-imi- ������1U KOUH hnd HKST HTBPLAV nt Dominion Pnir. New  WoHtniiiirttur. .11* 0. No losH'tliiin UHl nhttu'n soM. t-hnrt'B "tin bo hnd on itiatal-  mout plait, or yuiirly t-oiitrtittt, Ifi imi* omit oimh, buliinon mor.thly,  I'omininy btitt no 1l11J.ith fir li|ihiJltit*B,    Ht-ml for illustnitatl 1'rospootna to Heoy.  BIG FOUR MINES Ltd. P,0.  Box 17-4-, VANCOUVER,B. C.


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