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 ���������^)      y?t  /..  I  V  <  You won't forget it.   Forget what?   Why of course the Gnu Club Ball aud Game Sup|>e3_v=_t%a-_i are there*  A. -Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox LMstriot.  i /-*  Ectopia, ?  ������    *.>  The News, Seventeenth Year, -  CUMBERLAND   B. GM    TUESDAY, AUGUST, 27, 1907  The Enterprise, Fourth Year.  -}(_X_X**XSXSX_X_X!X-XSX2X_X_X^^^ ,, <,���������  i  The BIG  GREAT   ANNUAL SUMMER   CLEARANCE  SALE  Commencing TO*DAY and Will Continue  Through The Month of August  To Effect a General Clearance of  all our Summer Good**, Odd and  Broken Lines, we are Giving un-  rivalled Bargains and Reductions  Cost will  not be Considered  ���������*������^������**^*-***********H**i*tt****^***^ ��������� ������������������ w- mm**r~^~,nr~'���������M~m~���������mmnm^~TirMtr"  in this Sale. l_e fair to yourself  by, inve?tigating and buy early before all the Snaps  are bought up,  t   1 SIMON LEISER & CO.,  ��������� L I M I T E D���������  CUMBERLAND,   B. C.  (������������������������������*5X_)������������^ iX_Xfc������������������������<^^  f   ****** met ma mm am am  *e* mmm+m aw *_.<��������������� ^ ���������_���������>���������*_-��������� _-**>���������*������ m9ime>aMmam amamaamam mmae+mwm m ���������**-, ������**> met mm mm me emia** m *ee^ mr'mm mm^m am maaet ���������������**���������," am me"  The  Cash   Store.  FOE  FLATS  STOVES  and  RANGES  (jUOOD   end -CCAU   AIR TIGHT SHHflTE^S.  T1K     ttOTTIn Dunsmuir Avenue,  .   C*   J_5ri Ifi,      CUMBERLAND,B. 0.  I       CityFathers.  j     The regular meeting of   the  i city council was held last night ;  ' present  the mayor,  and   Aids. !  Tarbell, McDonald, and Mitchell j  Minutes of previous   meeting''  adopted as read.  Communications���������From Mr. G  Beattie, Nanaimo, re a book to  advertise Comox District, Decided to receive and file letter.  ���������From Vancouver Rubber Co.  explaining that all delay in delivery was caused by the "obsolete and ridiculously constructed  coupling" used by the city.  Accounts���������Electric Light,$39.  05; T. Wilson, work, $11.45; R  Homal, $4.40, total $54,90.  T. Wilson's report for July  showed that the following had  been collected --Scavenger, $100.  75; Police Court, #15.50; Fumigating house, $5.00; Scales $6.25  total $127.50.  It also showed that the constable  dug ditches 15 days, cleaned sew--,  ers 3 days; Driving nails in sidewalk 2 days, fumigating house 1  day; fixing sewers aud collecting  taxes 2 days;   painting hydrants  ___-day.*-/_*_itmgJtlii_lLe5^i_d3-y_.   After some further discussion  on small matters re fixing sidewalks and hospital sewerage  which were referred to ..Board of  Works the council adjourned, -  9*  hen a  oman becomes  a convert to the ad-reading habit, her ward-robe  'her home, her finances,  will all show it-���������and all ot them show  improvement.  Wise women will see our full line of  D & A Corsets just to hand.*  f IJ McPhee -1 Sons  School Opens-  School opened yesterday. Holi  days are past and all small  boys  and girls are at school or should  be.    There are many changes ou  the teaching staff,    The following is the personnel of the teaching staff and the divisions wherein they are "monarch of all they  survey'' until���������  Div.'I-Mr. B. A. Allen  *���������   II���������Miss M. Strang  III-���������Miss E. Smitn   ..  IV���������Mil's M. Carwithau  V���������Miss L.'Pringle  V���������MissR, Dingwall  High School-E. W. Clarke  ii  <i  u  ii  WANTED at Campbell's-*  xoo dozen eggs (strictly  fresh)  every week.   Cash on delivery,  A transient trader who secured  a$5 licence got into a little mix  up before he left town ye-jt'crday.  To settle a dispute he engaged  the services of a pr.,|l\ssioiml jeweler on Saturday evening, Yesterday he was leaving without  settling, when he was sevretl  with a .summon,*-! to appear bcfoie  the magistrate at a certain hour.  He paid no heed but left town.  Not appearing at the hour the  police securing uie necessary papers followed the delinquent. It  oost him $14.50 to straighten out  matters on his return, but  the  U1UO. til*. Uie id liu- y\,l in -'���������gill.  The air along the road between  here and Union Bav is still thick  A  Farewell.  On Wednesday of last week  previous to his departure for his  new parish at Duncau some of  his many friends met quietly at  the Waverley hotel where the  Rev- Mr. Christmas was then  staying, to bid him adieu to Cum  berland. After chatting a short  while the reverend gentleman's  attention was seriously engaged  in listening to a short address  read by Mr. Stewart, who also  presented him with a beautiful  gold Waltham watch on  behalf  of his parishoners and friends.  It was rather an unexpected farewell, and in a few well  chosen words Mr. Christmas  thanked those present, trusting  they would convey to the absent  ones his best wishes and pleasure  at receiving so handsome a present.        ";.',..,'  Later, Mr. William McLellan  on behalf of the Orange Lodge  and Black Knights, of which lodge Mr. Christmas was a member  presented him with a handsome  gold chain and locket.  The watch and chain make a  most useful and delightful combination. The watch was purchased from Stoddart, the jeweler, who engraved the monogram  F. G. C. on the case and on the  inside "Presented to Rev. h\ G.  *Chri5tmla_rby'his^*lri^l'roi_ersiand"  friends, Cumberland, B, C, Aug  24, 1907,"  In bidding adieu to Cumberland Rev. Mr. Christmas leaves  behind him many friends who  wish him well iu his new parish,  The following is the address ���������-  Cumberland. B. C. Aug 21.  Dear Mr, Christmas,  As you are about to leave us for  your new field of labor at Duncan, B. C. we all feel that we  cannot let you depart without  carrying with you some small  token from us, which will bind  tho friendship, more closely,  sprung up during the past three  years of your residence as pastor  among us, We ask you to accept  this small token of our esteem and  regard for you as pastor aud as  a friend.  In leaving us we hope you will  sometimes remember with pleasure and contentment days spent  as our divine guide and adviser  in Holy Trinity church, dumber  land.  Our wish is that wherever you  may hereafter reside, that you  will have success in youi labors  aud meet witli those who will  fully appreciate your true worth.  Signed ou behalf of your parishoners aud friends,  L. W.Nuuus,  J. Stewart.  Church Wardens.  A meeting of those  interested  in the Settlers' Rights iu Comox j  valley isc'dlc'l lor ttt-vi Saturday j  evenli'fjf at thi* Courtenay   Hotel  Those interested should attend  Vancouver Aug. 24th���������^J. A,  Moore, inillionare. will arrive  from the Sound next week as representative of over a million dol  Inrr- thnt is to be but a stnrtc-r in  the erection of h smelter and sub  sidiary industries in the vicinity  of Vancouver aud on Burrard Inlet. Moore aud associates control famous ore deposits 011 Tex-  ada island and from these will be  drawn ore for smelter nowas-ur  ed for thi'; const. Smelter will  be established near this citv on  no-roam 01 lucosity tor being  near labor market and in locality  where men can be induced to  stay.  News by Wire.  Tangier, August 24th���������Letters  received from Morocco city confirm report of proclamation of Ha  fig, the Sultan's brother as Sultan of Morocco and that it has  caused great  excitement.     The  situation is critical.   :���������������>   Nan 24-While tra/elling near  Chinatown to-day Rev. Mr Knott  found a Chinaman suspended by  a rope around his neck in. his cabin.    His name is Ah Moon,  Nanaimo, Aug. 24th���������Mrs Roberts of Nanoose, only daughter  of Mr J. Sharp of Extension died  Calgary, Alta. Aug :4th���������J.R  Galvin District Vice President of  the United Mine Workers in B.  C. and Alberta has just returned  from a joint meeting of the committee of Miners and operators  held in Banff. Galvin was of the  opinion there would be enough  coal mined to keep commerce-  and business moving but thought  there would be scarcity for domestic use. Wheels of commerce  will run smoothly, he remarked  -but-I-think-there-may_be_aJittle_  stringency with the domestic  coal including the mines at Edmonton . The output has not in  creased fifteen tons daily since  last year and the demands this  year will require I believe a daily  increase of about 3,000.  ;        0 '  Minneapolis,, Aug. 24th���������Jud ���������  ge P. Morris to-day imposed fine  of $20,000,000 upon Chicago and  St Paul Railway and ordered gen  era! freight agent Pearse to pay  a $3,000 fine iu U. S. court here  The Omaha road conjointly with  former freight agent was convict  ed iu the some court Aug uth of  granting rebates to tie Spencer  Grain Company.  ���������----' O    ���������     '  Ottawa, Aug 24th���������Sir Wilfred Laurier returned to the capital today feeling reinvigorated  by holidays in the woods.  To-day he will preside at an  important meeting of the Cabinet at which filling of vacant port  folios and fixing of bye election  dates will be matters considered,  Many are of the impression that  Graham, leader of the opposition  iu the Ontario Legislature will  be called to take Hyman's place,  for Sale.  RESIDENCES, BUSINESS  PROPERTIES, LOTS IN ALL  PARTS OF VANCOUVER,  Houses Furnished and Unfurnished for Rent, Rents Collected,  If yen v.T.r.t to inni:c n ninW*  Sitlu list .yum r.-jpuly with us.  Owing to our Eastern connections we meet people every day  lonldrior  for  FARMS nnd  Citv  . ��������� o ������  Property.  WHEN IN   VANCOUVER  drop in and SEE US.  The Hartney Renl .-.-.fate Co.  Davir Chamber**,  G15 HASTINGS,  f E HAMMOND, Man*-. THE .NEWS.   CU.'BERLAXD.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA  A MESSAGE FOR  PILE SUFFERERS  Fro.*n Two __a_!.as Who Have Soon Cured of Extrema.y  Torturing Cases of Pi!es by  Dr. Chase's Ointment  Mrs. Geo. H. Simser. Grant, Russell  ���������county, Ont,, writes.   "Eleven   years  ���������ago I began to suffer from piles, and  ���������as they caused keen distress, and be-j  came worse, I doctored for them, but,  with little or no avail.    They    were I  bleeding, itching and .protruding-, and  ���������oh! the torture ,1 suffered at times can  ���������never be described.   It was with suffering that the bowels moved, and, as  ���������nothing brought relief, I could only  ���������endure the    misery    with an aching  "heart and without hope oi cure.  "Finally a lady friend told me about  Dr. Chase's Ointment coring piles, and  to my surprise I felt relief", at once on  *asing this ointment; the little tumors  ���������soon disappeared, the ulcers healed,  ���������and the bowels became regular. This  \vas five years ago, and I have never  been troubled with this terrible ailment since, a thousand thanks to Dr.  Chase's Ointment."  Mrs. Capt. Clinansmith, Salvation  Army, Essex, Ont., writes: "It is with  ���������pleasure that I write to you in praise  -of Dr. Chase's Ointment. Two years  ���������ago I was taken with a severe attack  oi protruding piles, and became so  bad that I had to keep my bed, and  could lie in no position except on my  stomach. Doctors could give me no  help, and the various oils and ointments used proved of no avail.  "One Saturday night, when I was  suffering untold agony, my husband  vent t i the drug store for a box <.f  Dr. Chase's Ointment, which I had  heard of as a cure for piles. Although I had almost given up hope,  to the wonder of those around me I  was able to be up and on my feet  bv Monday, and have had ho difficulty from piles since. As a treatment for all kinds of sores and  burns, Dr. Chase's Ointment works  like magic,"  To persons who have given up  looking for a cure of piles or hemorrhoids, this letter should bring new  hope. There is,.we believe, no"more  effective treatment for piles tl.4;n Dr.  Chase's. Ointment, 60 cents- a box at  all dealers, or EdmansonI( Bates &  Co., Toronto.  ,   A Worse Fault  "Perhaps your father objects to me  ������on account of my shortcomings."  "No; I think it's on account of  ���������your late staying."-���������Pick Me Up.  ;*��������� $100 REWARD $100.  ' thi readers of thii papar will be pleased to learm  "that there i> at least one dreaded disea������e"t_at solenoe  -ua been able to o-are ipi-all its stages, and that i*  ���������O-Urrh. Hall's Catarrh Oure is the only positive  '.or������ now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh  -looing a constitutional, disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In-  ^erually, noting directly on tbe blood and mucous  '���������urtaoej of the system, thoreby destroying the found-  X.-Si'-i-. e '������������������"ease, and Rivine the patient strength  *������y truiidlng np the constitution and assisting nature  .SiA*-"!****"*--*8 V0T]t> Tb* proprietors hare so much  vaitb in its curative poorer* that they offer One Hun-  I_^,_^_-iw/.or*n*.c"**5tl'8t ������������������ fails to oure. Send  "-or list of testimonials. -  '        .$>  ���������Aiitam: F. J, CHENEY * Co.. Toledo, O.  ������������������Id "by drugaiHts 7Bc.  . ____.. Hall's CFamily Pills for ooustipatioa.    '  "I want to talk to you, Mary, about  that young man of yours," said her  father. "When did he say 'goodnight' to you last evening?"  "At 10 o'clock," replied   the   fair  , girl-'  '    "What     Why, it was 1 o'clock, at  least." ''���������  "Oh, that was when   he    finished  saying      it."���������Philadelphia      Public  Ledger.  "Village Constable  (to villager who  ���������fliad been knocked down by passing  rmotor  cyclist)-���������You didn't * see    the  "iiiumber, TbuT~couM'^oT^wla^t������_t'lTe  .inian?  '   Villa.er���������I did* but 1 don't think  'Te  'eard me.-r-TJt-Bits.  b&eep Miiiard's Liniment in the House  'A bluejacket three sheets- in -he  "wind was'creating a big disturbance  on shore, and it was only after the  sixth policeman had arrived on the  scene thnt he was overpowered and  handcuffed���������the six afterward escorting him on board his ship. Saluting  -���������"������������������he officer of the watch as best i.e  ^OTU-d., he reported:  ���������"fBuftught shix   phlicemen.   'board,  ���������-.shir."  "You -mean they brought you en  'I board."  **lB������g to differ, shir, I brought  '���������them, shir���������I surrounded thorn, shir.'  - -niu-trate'd Bits.  THE  WAY  TO THE  WEST  to the East and to the South is via  the Canadian Northern Railway.  Through daily trains between Edmonton, Winnipeg and St. Paul.  Dining  and  Sleeping    Car    services  I are  unexcelled.    Compartment    Lib-.  irary.      Observation     cars     between  ! Winnipeg and St. Paul. Have you  seen the great Saskatchewan Valley,  with its fertile farm lands? If not,  let us suggest a trip out there this  summer.    Any agent will be pleased  te__iurnish information, or write C.  W. Cooper, Asst. General Passenger  Agent, Winnipeg.  "I'll wager Nell will not give herself away this summer the way she  did last."  "How was that?" -  "She and Dick had their heads together so much that Nell got freckles  on only one side of her face."���������Detroit Free Press.  -Itthi 'Mange, Prairie Scratches and  ���������every form ot contagious Itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes  Jjy  Wolford's  Sanitary  Lotion.  T.���������-You know, T told you a few  ���������days after he employed mo thnt ho  said he'd raiso my wages iu a month  ���������or so?  Z,���������Yon; nnd didn't hop  '"No, I mif-Hindot'stood him. Ho  -���������meant he'd try and raiso my first  ���������weok's wages by that time, I  (haven't had a shilling yet."���������Tit-  ���������Bits.  ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT removes  nil hard, soft or cal-usod lumps and blemishes, from horses, blood spavin, curbs,  splints, ringbone, sweeney, stifles, sprains,- sore  nnd swollen throat, coughs, etc, Save $50 by  use of.one bottle. Warranted the most -wonderful  ElemisU  Cure  ever known.  She���������You never take your cigarette  out of your mouth. Is there something nice at the end of it?  He���������Yes, my dear; myself.���������Flie-  gende Blaetter.  At the Yarmouth Y.M.O.A. Boys'  Camp, held at Tuskot Falls in August, I found MINARD'S LINIMENT  most beneficial for sunburn, an immediate relief for colic and toothache,  ALFRED STOKES,  General Secretary.  au:tralian railways.  State   Ownership   Has   Proved   Great  Success  and   Prosperity.  The piospenty ot the Australian  ���������always under -tate ownership is oiie  r the iinpni unit developments of the  -nst decade. There are always cer-  "*un brunches ot these railways that  -re not profitable. These branches are  -i-aoticHlly'colonization roads, and until settlement overtakes the railway,  ���������mcli branches cannot pay. But as  ���������ettlempnt. advances, the railway is  extended -nil] further and so there are  ilways remote lines which do not pay  <*..������ "feeders" and indeed for the first  years do not meet working expenses,  vet these lines toster cultivation ai. I  issist in opening up the country and  multiply the population, and as this  process goes on. there is an increasing  oroportion ot the railway mileage  which begins to pay. Under state  ownership these branch lines and colonization road" have been built and  operated at a loss for some years,  which no privnte-owned road would  do without a subsidy. The customers  and employes of the road have been  ind nre treated better than they would  have been -under private control because the Legislatures of Australia insist on generous treatment to both  emnloyes and customers.  Yet in spite of this generous treatment, and in spite of the remote  brunch lines, anr) feeders which have  not ypt begun to pay, the Australian  railways, taken altogether, pay well.  The earnings of the last twelve  months available show an increase of  ���������"bout-one million pounds sterling, although the. operating .expenses only  advan'-ed by about twelve per cent, of  that amount. They paid the interest  on the monev invested in them and  left, a profit of over ������500,000. The  New South Wales lines earned ������400.-  000 mere than the year .before, with  lowering operating expenses. The Sydney crrresnon lent of The London  Morning Post attributes this prosperity to the fnct that the..'Australian  railways are b'liit and equipped sufficiently to earn much more than they  now earn. "With more settlement  nnd more people." he adds, 'they  would pav -splendidly. This ''ear the  profits will be lareer because we have  again had an excellent season. But  even -n the had seasons the railways  saved onr farmers and graziers hundreds ot thousnnds of pounds by re  'h-oed '-������������������pichts for stock carried from  the withered to the fruitful portions  of cur state. No private railwnv-  would have done thnt. The increasine  "set t i "^m e"m"n o vv���������pr ooeed i n g~ i . - d u e~ t o-  nur railways and would not extend  but for them "  ITS SUPERIORITY  Over Japan Teas is so pro-n^unced that  tea critics have nothing but praise tor  it on a teapot infusion.  ALMA"  uaeen tea  Every leaf Is unco \*-* red, undootored and of virgin purity.  LEAD PACKETS ONLY. 40o, 60a aud 60o Per Lb.        AT ALL GftOOERS.  ������������������J  'Thoy -Aro Not Violent in Action���������  'Some pen-ions, when thoy wish to  ���������cleanse tho stomach, wort to Epsom and other purgative stilts, These  are speedy, in their act ion, but nurvo  mo permanent good. Tlioir uwo pro-  ���������tUicos incipient chills, and if por-  wiKtod in thoy injure tho stomach.  Nor do thoy act upon tho inteatiiK-H  in a bcnolU'lal way. Pannoloo't*  Vegetable Pills answer all purpoHOH  in thin respect, and hnvo no superior.  "This htnnv," said tlio hatlor, "is  ���������������������������(���������ally bettor'than a Panama, nnd  it'rt particularly suited to a .short  ���������man."  "What's tho prico of it?" asked  Suwdoff,  "Twelve dollars."  "Not much! Thnt hat won't do,  my friend, for n wan as short as 1  tun."���������Pliil'idpJphiu Pi'psh,  Mrs. Startuppo���������Ah, professor!  And how is my daughter getting en  with hor musio? Do you think sho  will ever become a groat singor?  Professor���������Madam, it is voiy hard  to say,  Mrs. Startuppo���������Put surely nho  possesses somo ot tho quaillloatlonHp  ProfoHHor���������Acli! Yos, madam; slio  has a mouth.���������Philadelphia, Inquirer.  Maxims For the Married.  A fellow's always in the wrons  when he quarrels with a woman, and,  even if he.^wasn't at the start, he's  sure to bp before he gets through. And  i man who's dfr-ided to marry can't  h" too quiak learning to npoloirize for  'ho things he didn't say. and to be  forfi'vpii for things he didn't do.  You'll save - heap of trouble il  vo��������� m'ike it a fi'le never to refuse i  request before h>*eakfnst and never to  .rant one after dinner,  After vou've boon married a littlt?  while, vou're going tc find out that  there **���������������������������? two kinds ot happiness vou  pan hnve��������� hotntly hnpniness and  fashionable happiness. With the first,  kind you pet,-n lot of children, and  with the second a lot of dogs.  You can buy n lot of home happiness with a mighty small Ralary, but  fashionable happiness always costs  just a little more than you're making.  T don't care how much -or little  money you make, T want you to understand thnt there's only one place  in the world where you can live a  happy life, and that's inside your income. A family that's living beyond  its means is simply a business that's  losing money���������-it's bound to go to  smash.  No Intent to Kill  The most popular man in a Nevada town got into difficulty with ,*i  disreputable tough���������for a long time  the terror of the place���������and proceeded to "do him up" in a manner  entirely satisfactory to the community at large lt becoming necessary,  however, to vindicate the majesty if  the law, the offender was brought  up for trial on the charge of assault  with intent to kill. When the jury  had been out about two minutes they  returned.  "Well, gentlemen of the jury,"'  asked the judge in a familiar, ������������������i_-  hand way, "what have you to say?"  "If it pleases the court," responded  the foreman, "we,,the jury, find that  the prisoner as not guilty of strikin'  with intent to kill, but simply to  paralyze, and he done it,."--New Orleans  Picayune.  KEEP BABY WELL  Ask any mother who has used  Baby's Own Tablets and she will  tell you there is no other medicine  so good. We pledge you our word  theie is no other medicine so safe���������  we give you the guarantee of a government analyst that Baby's Own  Tablets contain no opiate or poisonous soothing stuff. The Tablets  speedily relieve , and cure all the  minor ailments of babies and young  children. Mrs. L. F, Kerr, Green-  bush, Ont., says: "Baby's Own: Tablets are the best all round medicine  for babies and children I know of.  I can strongly recommend them to  mothers from my own experience."  Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 25 cents a. box from The Dr.  Williams Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  A chauffeur, while attending to the  petrol tank of his car at Plumpton,  let the hot ash from his cigarette  fall on the spirit. An explosion followed which did damage to the extent of ������500. ,".���������;;.  Mrs. Grossway���������How many lodges  does your husband belong to?  Mrs. Kawler���������Only one, I /think,  but it meets six nights inv the week.  ���������Chicago Tribune.  . Doubtless Prince Fushimi of Japan  made the acquaintance of Highland  pipers in the course of his visit to  Scotland. It is recalled that Lord  John Russell, when on a visit to  Queen Victoria at Balmoral, askel  Her Majesty's own piper to have  someone play in his presence.  "What kind of piper do you want?"  asked the man.  "Just such another as yourself,"  said the English statesman.  Drawing himself up, the musician  said grandly: "There's plenty o'  lords like yoursel', but very few  pipers like me."���������Cleveland Leader.  Help your children to grow strong  and" robust by counteracting anything that causes ill health. One  great cause of disease in children.is  worms. Remove them with Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator. It  never fails.  "What is a politician, Tommy?"  "A man who makes speeches, sir."  "But I make speeches and am not  a politician."  "I mean a man who makes clever  speeches."���������Bocian.  Minard's Liniment Used by Physicians  August Marchant, aged 57, and his  house in Verquin, France, were in so  filthy a condition that the parish  doctor ordered him a bath. In spite  of his struggles Marchant was placed -  in a warm bath and three attendants scrubbed him. But the emotion caused bv the feeling of soap  and water on the body was so great  that the poor wretch expired in the  bath.  King  Peter  of  Servia  was thrown  -from-his-Hiorse���������while���������riding���������and���������severely shaken up.  Shingles  <vniTt   FOR   PDICF..S  METALLIC ROOFING C?  >v. ���������*-   I  M I   T l_   D,  __ WIN *M I P __. C*  _-"������������������  THE RECORD  iObi I w I-L-  You cannot bo happy while you  have corns, Then do not dolny in  getting a bottle of Holloway'H Corn  Cura, It romovos all kind**' of corn,  without pain. Failure with it is un  known.  An Interesting Churchman,  "Dr, Dlffsle, Biahop of Carlisle, Is one  of the -most Interesting personalities In  the Church, says Tho Dally Mall. He  Is a stronpr believer ln tho dignity ot  labor, "I am convinced," ho ������ays, "that  If everybody in England had to learn  to use his -hands It would *oe a good  day both for tho England of tho pros-  ������nt and for the England of tho future,"  When he was a boy he loarncd to 'knit  ttooklngs end made shirts, wid nowadays he nmls his manual la*bor amidst  the fields, hoolng Mb turnips and gath-  wring his hay. Ho does not abhor the  ������������������so of tobacco, and rooontly advised the  f. M. C. A. to allow -moklng on Iti  oremlSM.  -"DOI)i);S'*'������  ^kidney/  fjh PILLS -4  ^kA\\\^SS-i<^A  \'A  Tho Club Woman���������You havo l o  mind of your own, you microbe!  You'ro merely one of those persons  who think thoy think.  Only Hue ituhj-iuui���������Vou iliiU.ii  ww, drill, I olhn Uiv.cy Hint T  imagine I only suspect I think I���������  Puolf:  "nUl, old hoy." snid 1he prisonor  U> lU ju*,v.. ">: war.'. ;���������'"' ���������" VV reticular attention while I'm a-makiug  of this horo statement."  "Don't nddroHH tho court ns 'Pill,'  sir,' wild tho Justice, "or I'll lino you  for contempt.  "Tlmt'H nil right, William." replied  tho prisoner; "we wuz grovvod up tn*  Bothor an' I reckon you feel ns dig*  uifl'*,l it;* a nlligntor on a log hi n  iiiillpond up thar, but el you decide  thin case ngin mo, heaven help you  when I kotch you In tho middle o'  the road. Go on with your proceedings."���������-Atlanta Constitution,  ���������Underwear   made-to-order,   (or   you couldn't  pouibly excol in lit nor equal  in value  Our warm air heat producer for churches and large  public buildings, possesses a very important feature  in the fact that it has two air courses-���������the air travels up  through both the inner and outer castings.    All products  of combustion  end completely  P  come in direct contact with  surround the hot air columns,  thus making the largest amount  of heating surface to every  square foot of grate surface  ever achieved in a warm air  heater. The flue construction admits of heat being  forced direct to the most  distant and most exposed  part of the building to be  warmed. 107  WRITE FOR CATALOGUE  THE RECORD FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO.  1 found**.., at MONCTON, N, B. & M0NTRBAL.R Q.i  Cain Branch*! at MONOTON, N.B.;    MONTREAL,     P.O.;  RONTO,  ONT.!  WINNIPEG,   MAN.!  VANOOUVER, B.C.  CALGARY,   ALT/  TO.  and  FOR BREAKFAST OR LUNCHEON HOUSEKEEPERS FIND ft REAL SUPPORT IN  Can't shrink nor stretch nor Iind nor bulges out.  I-.'. uUic. ititvl., ana t. ������vi<J v,i,[| a uuaim.i'.c  that imuret you againrt any ponible fault.  Trade-marked like thii  1 in red ai ure lign c  value. Made In many  fabric, and itylei, at  various prices, in form*  fittiii"; tibrt for women,  men and children.  vUl I  It is tho wholosomo Shrodded Wheat Wafor. Displaces ordinary  whlto broad or crackers, because of its superior nutritive qualities, whether sorvod with soup ns a crouton, with cheese, pro-  sorvott, cocoa or ohocolato, or toasted, with butter.  W.   N.   U.   No.   843  Try BISCUIT for Braaktat; TRI8CUIT for Luncheon  All Grocer*.   13c a Carton; 2 for 20c.  ***-**********���������*������  cheon ll  Z_9_BM_h|  1 I  nJf  THE   "VKWS.   CTTMBERI.AXn.  RRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ��������� The funeral procession pictured here Is one  that Polly Evans witnessed ln Japan.  She  ��������� -Journeyed  to   the volcano  Asama-Yama.  Last week she told about seeing a giant  ��������� tortoise.   Here is the eetee.  the aitU tt  one she visited.  Dear Boys and Girls:  WHEN we alighted from our train  at the Shinibashi (the principal  railway station of Tokyo), our  friend   clapped   his   hands   to  hail a, red-capped boy.  The boy rushed up and relieved us of������  our hand luggage���������seven pieces in all-  carrying   it  to   cur   kurumas,  or jin-  rikishas���������Japanese    two-wheeled    carts,  for passengers, drawn by men.  For this he charfeed two sen apiece.  That means one American cent apiece,  or seven cents altogether, and it is all  the railway permits the boys to be paid.  Remarkably cheap, wasn't it?  Our course from the station led lis up  the   main   street,   the   Ginza���������Tokyo's  shopping district.   The first thing that  attracted   Jacky's  notice   was   a  great  clattering sound.  "Why, the boys of Tokyo rattle bones  Just like the kids at home, don't they?"  asked Jacky. Then, looking all around  him, he exclaimed, "But I don't see any  boys. What is it makes all that clattering noise?"        :'"���������:������������������ ���������  Our friend laughed.  "It is the ashida, or wooden clogs, that  all  the people have on their feet.   Do   ,y_o.u_sea?l,  "Oh: I do see! My, what a noise they  make! And they -walk just as boys do on  stilts, don't they?",  "Yes, the gait is'very similar���������rather  stiff and rapid."  "Oh, I want a picture of that man  with the cart!"; exclaimed Jacky, seizing his Brownie and. turning it on a  ., coolie who was dragging a load of  bamboo poles down the street.  lv%e/e /Ac TorfcAse h&& Sgcik  terms with Russia their representatives  in Portsmouth agreed not to demand an  indemnity, after all, they were so disappointed and angry that many of the  hot-headed ones got up a mob, burned  policemen's boxes and street cars and  attacked a number of church buildings.  That naturally frightened the foreigners > somewhat, and for that reason,  among others, the government thought  best to place the city under martial  law for. a time."  After luncheon at our friend's home,  we were taken out to Uyeno Park, one  of the most beautiful and popular parks  of the city, where we saw hundreds of  children having a good time.  Here and there were rail poles with  long ropes hanging from them. To each  rope hung a boy, hi. kimono carefully  tucked around his legs so as to be out  of the way, when at^a^ given^gnaLalJ.  -the���������boys���������gave ���������;���������_" hop, "skip and jump,  lifted their feet from the ground, and  swung rapidly around und around the  pole. "���������<" ������������������-,        ' v '  "Oh, I want to do it," said Jacky.  'All   right.    Go   ahead,"   said   our  friend.  So Jacky went up to one of the poles,  and pointed at one of the ropes, With a  look on his face that plainly asked,  "May 1 swing with you fellows?"  asmDafvtoaiN cues  fioo  ������a������i (jocks     ������������ rioaar  m/ITH euovtH  .tm  Mttm WITH  iWrmm  ''yP'-ZfcK  err* (jrarov .a-vm., wire   _,_  |Micr waeatu ton ran srt'ff  "Notice when a tramcar comes up.  and take the car and the cart together,  Jacky, the ancient and the modern side  by side," suggested our friend. And so  Jacky did.  Accidentally, also, he caught two  Japanese dressed in totally different  styles; one In the old-tlmo native costume���������kimono, outside cloak and geta  (or straw sandals), tho other-a policeman���������In a very modern European cos-  lumo, with tho addition of cap, boots  and sabre.  A little wny oft from the policeman  , stood a soldier in khaki, with fixed bayonet.  "Martial law, you soe," said our  friend, "Everywhere, all over the city  just now, you will fee policemen and  Imperial soldlerr ���������standing* guard together." ">  "Why? Are tn������. people so dangerous  and bad?" naked Jncky.  "Oh, no; but when they rend Jn tho  newspapers  that  In   urranglng  peace  The boys understood. They smiled  And bowed In a very friendly way,  while several of them chattered away  at him as lf they thought lie surely  must understand.  "What are they saying?" asked Jacky,  turning to our friend. ���������  "They are saying, 'Will the honorable  young gentleman honorably accept their  ropes," explained our friend,  "And what shall I soy?"  "Bow pleasantly to all of them, take  ono ot the ropes and any, *A*rlg-ato,'  which menns thank you."  Which Jaoky did: and such a good  timo as he had with the boys!  From here we passed on to where  group, of little girls nnd hoys wero  playing a sort of "Blind Man's Burt"  game, Some of them had baby brother**  or sister* strapped on their backs, hut  they eonmed not to mind their burdens  In the least, for they ran and skipped  and did everything that the other cltll-  dren did, while the babies' heads bobbed  this, wny and that, or hung helplessly  back in tho full glare of the sunlight as  Ihey blissfully slept.  Such dear,little babies as* they were!  And how cunning their little legs looked  spread out astraddle aero*?*3 their big  sisters' hips! '. ; -  On our way home from the park we  stepped at a, Japanese boot- and shoe  shop, and Jacky purchased one pair  each of the four styles of Japanese footgear���������a pair of zori, a pair* of geta, a  pair of ashida and a pair ot waraji.  "Can I send them home f������r the boys  and girls to see?" asked Jacky.  "It'll cost a good dear to do so,"  warned our friend.  "Make drawings of then* and send  with my letter^" suggested J'oUy Evans;  and that was what Jacky d-d.  The only style  of s*hoe  he  did  not  -sketch-was^the-w-arajirbeca-US-tit-'liyoka���������  so much like the zori, only it is coarser  and a little thicker, and is fastened to  the foot by means of straw ties.  "And the queer .stockings, or, rather,  socks, that many of the people wear^let  me make a'picture of them," said Jacky.  "What are  they  called?"  "Tabl," said our friend, "You see the  idea in dividing, the toe. d������ you not?  Every shoe, you notice, haf a piece in  front. Well, all a person pas to do is  to catch it between his big toe and his  other toes and it stays on."  "My, how jolly!" exclaimed .Tacky.  "I'd like to do that. It's such a nuisance  to have to lace up my shoes when I'm  Jn a hurry."  , "You'll have a chance in a-d&y or two,  Jacky," said our friend, smlhhgly, "for  when we go up to the mountains (as  you will to-morrow) we shall plan a  climb' up Asama-Yama, and for that  climb I shall provide you three or four  pairs of,waraji." '���������.* " >  "Geo!" exclaimed Jacky, "flfn I going  to wear out that many pairs Jh. one day?  Wont that be pretty expensive?"  "Oh, no; they only cost th^e or four  sen a pair.''  Jacky calculated for a minute.  "That's- only six or eight American  cents for threo or four pairs, then? My,  wouldn't my father be glad if I wore  waraji nil the time! Ho say* it's awful  the way I wear out shoe leather,"  "But what Is Asama-Yarna?" asked  Polly Evans.  "Asama-Yama," explained our friend,  "is a real, live volcano, I understand  you visited Haleakala in the Hawaiian  Islands; it is only on old dead thing.  But when you see the inside Of Asama-  Yama you will find something to look  at, I assure yoa."  "When do we start for the mountains?" asked Jncky. w  "To-morrow morning, on the 6 o'clock  train."  M-ore next week, boys and Sirls,  POLLY HlVANS.  A Funny Miatalne.  ONE afternoon small George, out In  the cemetery with P** mother,  *aw two muldon sisters sowing  grans seed Jn their lot. .  "Mamma, what are they doing?" asked George,  ., "They are sowing sood, de<.r," replied  his mother.  "Why, mamma, whore's th**- neodief"  ���������^���������^^���������'''������������������^���������'V****1^*^********-^^  m������*4*m*a+m*mt^i'%f%*m**mr*j%S*mnm*m^mf%M arS**m***m*VV****m*a*m*vat' mj y*A������������*>Vv*>^v *  * %���������������������������������������*������������������������������ ear *****  .'Baby's Teething Time and Creeping Period  fr    * Keep on the Safe Side on the Question of Food  L  1   By Dr, BmcJyn L. Coolidge  Copyright, 1806, by A. B, Barnes A Co.  THE average ������aby 8 months old will  usually have cut his two lower  central teeth, which are called  At "the lower central Incisors." At  any time from the eighth to tho twelfth  month the four upper middle teeth, or  "upper Jnolsors," mnv ho t>xnt>rt*d. an  urni oy Uio lime the bnby Is 1 year old  h*> win usiinHy. "hnvr nt-* trot*-*.  Many mothers ask if they may allow  a teething baby to suck Ice, The coldness of the Ice is no doubt very grate-  ful to the hot and swollen little gums,  nnd If comparatively pure ice can be  obtained lt I*** a good plan to lot the  tiflTiv bnve ������i lrftji* * **'.!���������*!(-������������������*,!!*,-,   Jn wlli-  ter water can be boiled, cooled and put  out of door* 'n a covered vessel to  frcioro, and so lo really pure for tho  baby's use, Tho mother should wrap a  small piece In a napkin, leaving out  the end thnt the baby is to suck, then  she should hold lt and gently rub It on  the nums whllo the baby has Jt parti/  Jn his mouth.  Often an active, healthy baby ot 9  months will attempt to creep a little on  the flwv or In hia "i,_".."   This U goo&  exorcist, and should be allowed If the  baby does It of his own accord, but do  not urge him to do so; he knows better  than his mother when his little llmbi  are strong enough ror suun exorcise,  Creeping is ruinous to whit*, dr.-***.*,  petticoat* and stockings; therefor-, many  mothers make "orooplng aprons" for  their babies to uso while on the floor,  Theao aprons nro made of fine (tlnnhnm,  iu*.- iuai u*j put on over in*, ur-.nn ur  worn without on*-* In verv no* wenther.  Xliuy are usually made to button all tho  way down tho buck, and sometimes havo  an elastic or drawstring run Into the  hem at, the bottom of the apron, mu that  the white skirts may bo kept clean, .  Ono mother of twin babies, who found  It necessary to ������eonnrfil**e In tno muit.-r  ot washing, made for her children somo  creeping trousers. % In summer thoy wero  mndo of thin gingham, and In winter of  outing flannel. Thoy wero cut nftor the  pattern of ordinary worsted logging-,  coming all the way down to the ankle*"  and having broad elastic to go over tho  foot and prevent tho leggings from slipping up, Thoy were made quite full nnd  long enough to tie under tho armptti  #T/re little white dresses were then  w smoothly tucked In and th-*- "rmblrf*, nl.  lowed tn t,*mhl*t nlwnt. tn **>elt biisrl**  l/77l������ f%AVL������W OlRAFr������\  HERE is a picture of a "baby giraffe." over which the young  Berlinese have been much excited this summer. The. German boys  and girls are so fond of natural history  that when they hear of a new animal  being born at the Zoo they all flock  there to see it, and then come back  often to watch it grow.  You would hardly think that great,  long-necked animal, to whose mouth  the keeper must stretch up, was a baby,  "Would you?  But so Jt is.  It is a female giraffe, only a few  months old, and were it not for its kind  caretaker I am afraid it would not be  alive to-day. Poor little thing, her  mother neglects her terribly. She will*  not .-.>ed or sleep with hor baby daughter, ftnd so the keeper is bringing it up  on *n bottle to be a fine healthy young  animal,  The baby giraffe took at first about a  gallon of milk a day, but now it drinks  more, and takes a little hay besides.  When night comes, where do you think  she sleeps? Why, with her kind keeper.  When little. Fraulein Giraffe arrived  it created much wonder, for baby giraffes arc not often born in captivity.  Perhaps it Is because the mother is  shut up in the Zoo that she is so indifferent to her child, for down in their  native Africa giraffe mothers are very  attentive to their children.  One might think Mrs. Giraffe would bo  very proud, indeed, of her daughter, who  was a fine, large baby, weighing fifteen  pounds and measuring almost six feet  from the point of her nose to the beginning of her tail. It was a dear, gentle-looking little baby, with yellowish  skin patched with brown, big brown,  full, shining eyes and a very gentle expression.  By and by baby giraffe will grow to  be eighteen feet high. Then, if it were  back in its African forests, it would  reach up its long neck and feed on the  tender shoots and leaves of trees.  It is said to be very amusing to see a  giraffe run. They are not very swift,  and when they gallop they bring their  hind legs at each step in advance of  their front legs and a foot or two outside them. What a happy spring motion that would be! No wonder hunters  and dogs can easily catch them!  But if the giraffe is not very swift, It  _-���������-_-���������---*������������������*' ������* ��������� - i ���������      ���������_������������������_, .1 ��������� i���������  is plucky, and when a.tacked It ���������"���������'ri-fr  kick its hoofs so rapidly and so haT-b  ,that even lions are afraid of then*.  Some people think young giraffes--a**  very good to eat, but Polly Evans wooAfi,  rather not taste them to Hml ouU H-w*"?  about you, boys and girl??  Down in Africa, too, they us-ft tfcte  giraffe's skin for soles of shoes an<_ st**B���������  dais or to make water vessels, or ertti*  for roofs to their huts,  Little Fraulein Giraffe wili curao- 18*  no such end.   The Germans are- all wtrS"  Sroud of her, and she will be brought vtfy  i ease and luxury.  content, without fear of soiling th^lr  clothe*. '    A,,_,   ..  Home mothers seem to think that M  soon aa the baby has any teeth it I*  time to give him solid food,,, They will  give tho baby "Just a tosto" of bread,  take and, worst of all, potato- Now potato contains so much starch that It I*  very difficult for a baby's ctpmach to  \ digest, and it should not be Stlvnn until  Hit, ItuUy is al uie vury k-uih - yuan* olU.  nr\H'lf*. nrnthf" nn<t ml'V r*rr> rj1*"'* *,n'*iifh  for a baby until ho Is a yenr "Id,  Convulsions are often cau*<*d, by allowing the brtby to have "ju������t a little"  uf food from tho table, It !** much better to keep on tho nafo side and give tho  baby only whnt Ih i'nperla*|y prepnrert  fur nlm ���������m1 ���������untnMo to ������,Im ujif-nl*,, ,���������,,���������..,*������  An h-month-oid bnby will uiunlly ho  ablo to tako a formula composed of;  Six ounces of top milk, skimmed from  tho top of a quart bottlo of. milk, seventeen ounces of milk poured off, twen*  ty-one ounces of gruel, sev-fi tenspnon*  fulu of milk sugar or four of grnnufntiMl,  a pinch of bicarbonate of soda, nnd a  plneh of salt. This uhoiild he b**ut|o,l  ��������� nnd pasteurised, as usual, ������/)���������! given to  the baby every three hours up to 10 P.  M., (Hvlnf* **!��������������� nnd n hnlf to -"Vvn ttuJ B  e������U ounces at each mral.  Feeding Fraulein Giraffe  J*V**_������-rf^*\**VK<*-*>^W^^S.'N^^>A<^iWi*****' 0  0 , ,  Time and Money Saving Hint  A Wall Housewife  A  USEFUL   little    contrivance    to  hang on a nursery wall, or in the  family sewing or sitting room, is  ��������� a  hanging    housewife,   where    thread,  needles, pins,  thimble, scissors are always handy for the many times a day  a hasty stitch must _be_ taken.   These useful little articles   may   be  made very simple or they can really be  turned into artistic bits of decoration.    ���������  In either case, they are not difficult of  construction.  The foundation Is cut from heavy  cardboard, and consists of two pieces,  about eight inches long and five and a  half inches wide, cut in shield shape  and pointed at the lower end. This  can be covered with any-kind of material one happens to have on hand,  though linen or cqtton goods are preferable, as they are less likely to catch  dust. A gay, flowered cretonne makes*  a pretty covering, or if one is malting  tho housewife for a gift, it can be of  art linen, embroidered around the edges  in a border, narrow floral border, or in  a band of raised dots, in a contrasting  color, ,  Paste the goods on each half of tho  foundation, being very careful to have  it smooth and tight. Let it become perfectly dry, then overcast the two halves,  together neatly and finish the edge with  a narrow silk cord.  On the upper part of the shield tie  two spools of thread or silk, one oni  each side, This can be done by putting holes through the foundations und  running a heavy cord or ribbon In tho  spools and tying it through the holes  on the back of shield. This allows the  Bpools to revolve easily as a thread Is  pUTho' scissors  are Jn  tho center be* I  tween tho two spools, and are slipped  Into two bandn of elastic,  which are.,  sewed to the foundation. .  About the center of the shield on thoi  right hand a little needlebook i������ fixed.  This   may be merely a few pieces of  pinked thwmel. or lt can be quite oiab,  ���������^   \  orate, with an embroidered stiff back:  covering folds of cashmere or flannel-  On the left-hand side is a little pocket-  about the same size as the needleboate-  to hold buttons or possibly an exti*.  Bpool or two. Underneath the point oS.  the scissors is another elastic for -_���������*_  thimble, while acrosa the center at U__������ ���������  "tottom"iB~a'fairly"l*->ng~pincushior_r"        "  The Too Snug Blouse  IT IS curious how tight a blouse wflttlj  sometimes become across the bus*:]  for no apparent reason. One ____r,  grown no stouter, but the fact remains-1  and must be dealt with. Fashion thi**  season helps us out, for few of us can.  afford to give our clothes away thar.  moment they are too small. Many oi*  the prettiest new blouses have up thftf  fronta plain piece about two inchee*.  ��������� wide, edged on each side by a narro-Cr  knife-pleated frill. It would be thai-  easiest thing in the world to add suefc-  a piece and thus mako the front wide*  if one has the goods, If ono has not.  something ornamental may be used, like*  a contrasting color, or a plaid.  lf the blouse should be a white one^*  a pretty strip of insertion edged with *_.  plain white frill like the waist  will not,  only do the work,  but will be _rna**-';  mental. .   :  Should the white waist be open in tn*  pack, two or throe bands ot lace or em-,,.  broidery may bo introduced, the awrj, t  fulness thus made at tho ������*������fc win*-*,  taken up in fine gather* W Ow-nwto*...  bund. ' _������,  If tho pleated frill anil band ore uae4<,  the same method should be introduce*,,  in rem-dellng tho ���������Iwjyeg ������lhW**Jfc   ������  there is ulreudy a cuff on tt������i������m .  ' TnnllSi -hp������UlShoUu8ldU������e & ffi JSfc ,  SthS���������' cuff of the aboVo doscripUc*  may be added  or e wide band wltb *���������  ttwd.     T     ft  ���������****���������(  ,, -_���������������>-���������!���������-_--_- ���������,._���������-!������.,. -a^^.^.,.,.. .,* ...|.|*y,.  .,..-���������..,,    ��������� ., ,,-.MV������ .,-^t .'MU-U-UWUW  -%w\m**/*'^  -f     ���������-,/  erf Cat With a Wonderful Ped/fw  NOT long ago they gave a great  oat exposition In Hamburg, Qer*  _   . many,  Don't you think It must have bcon a  funny sight? Polly Evans docs, Even  moro amusing than a baby show, which  Is odd enough when ever so many of  the babies begin to cry at once, ���������  Imagine If several hundrod cat* took  ���������& notion to ml-au-w at the same time,  Wouldn't It bo a terrible noise? I am  ���������uro the pooplo at the exposition would  havo run away In terror.  Well, at this Gorman cat show thero  were big cats and little cat* and wee,  tiny. *-������uer,s; groy^ cats, yellow cats,  blacB oats nna oats all snowy white;  oat* with long, bushy tails nndf several  Mans kittens with no tails at all.  Of course, every cat's mistress or  master was vory unxlou* for It to take  a prlKo, so they wrote all about Its parents nnd grandparents ns fur buck iih  it wns known. Thi* Is called a cat's  podlgroo.  Now, there was a very proud cat, indeed, nt this exposllJon, one thnt bo-  tonf-vl    \,i   -,    v���������v      ;-:;,:,,,;   ,_.,,    ���������������������������,������������������*,>_,  probably thore Js no other kitten In thn  tiui.'J that caii da,in to be uulie so  nrlHtoorntlo, This ont was _-������<lo, a  magnificent whlto Angora, with long,  fluffy tall, smooth, silken fur, thick, full  whlsker������r and a very Intelligent face,  Dodo won a prune not only for her  own bernity and elever trlrk>*. t,���������t be..  cvu_t* ot n-jr wonu.rtui pedigree, Her  owners could trace pussy's family bock  to 1791 in an unbroken, line, Ono bun*  dred and eleven years! Just think of  thnt! They could toll an nbout her  father and mother, and grandfather  and grandmother, wny back to tho  grent-grent-grent-grents!  Vory few boys rutd girls enn do ns well,  I um -an-. 1 trh_'������s, homo ot ymi urn  inU-r������������tt>d In genealogy���������which mean* a  ntutly of one's pedigree-.nnd love to look  u������ "our ancestors.  It Is a very Intercut*  Ing study if you onco begin It, Howevotv  most boys and girls nre like Dodo, thoy  do not care nny thing about such thing*.  But Jf thoBo ancestors could have seen,  Dodo thoy would have been proud of herw  no doubt. She was* such a fine, bkji  bountiful cat, ^  Cat With the Pedigree  I  ifMs>) tttf news, co__r.Tn~__\Nr>, nnrasa Columbia.  Ti'ii. OUMBEPwLANI) NEWS  Issued Every Tuesday.  J.   A.  Bates,  Editor ana*   Proprietor.  The columns,of The News are open to all  who with to express therein views on matters of publio interest.  While we do not hold ourselves res*> msi*  ble for the utterances of correspondent., we  rs-erve the right of declining to inser*  -jiumuaicauons unnecessarily personal.  a  uie  S_^1VETJ_3___  C      JDATVTB,      TPsib-PxaiBT.  TUESDAY, AUGUST27, 1907  It is looking a long way  ahead  for "cold shivers"   for  tht*   good  people   of    the    prairie-      pro v.  inces to be  thinking  of a scarcity  of coal for the comma* winter.  ���������T)  Living as we do in Com ox district we have no such worry to  trouble us for two reasons���������there  is plenty of timber for fuel, and  there is abundance of coal. We  may not enjoy some of the blessings people do in some other parts  of Canada���������we may be somewhat  isolated, but there is not that dread  of waking up some cold winter's  ���������morning and find that we have  been frozen to death during the  "night, even if it is u foine sun-  shiny niornin'.  There are over 100,000 tons of  commercial coal in store west of  Winnipeg, says the Manitoba Free  Press, and there are 300,000 tons  of commercial coal at Fort William; that by the close of. navigation there will be a total of 1,000,  000 tons in store at the Lake ports  This ought to niake the people feel  __ajittle more comfortable for a little .while or until they nave~*to~  "cough up" for some of the ������������������hidden sunshine."  Enylish 4 x hUIlTON alw.iys on tap also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BKER.S���������.Uiheii������.r, H-bemian, Sohlitz, &c. "OLD GUEY BEARD"  '���������SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  The Boarding and Lodging D. part-merit, under th. immediate superintendence of Mrs  Davis, will be tou d First class in every respeot.  BATES,  $1 oo per day upwards,'  rmet iM������ei'mwi*i^rv^iar*wtriiitt-'rm ��������������������������� "****-'"*'ll^*������w*'i*"i������w  The Right Price  FURNITURE STORE  As the result of a recent judicious purchase a new lot, of.furniture arrived this week.   We sell nt prio.8 to suit all pocket*.  REPAIRING'A SPECIALTY,  J. H. COLLINS, Cumberland.  Xpiialt & llanaiiuo Rj  Special Offer  B__a__i__--*ss&!-------. . ).-ii^-_f.:������_&'-_K_____i  - 30 Days -  We   offer  the following    High  Grade and popular  "Charter Oak Ranges"  delivered at Cumberland". Whsrf  in the'-..following sizes at' puce**  ���������given below  Cash with Order  Win 'guarantee tli est- Ranges to ..be  perfect bakers and  give absolute satisfaction or money refunded.  No 8���������4 hole, oven 14 x 20 x 13 at.$.40  JS'o 8-6 hnle, oven 14x 20 x 13 at $44.  No 8-6'hole, oven 18x30x13 at |52;. -  -WATSOIM^HCG-BBGOB, Victokia-bc  ]_Ir Tern p 1 e iu a n announces  through the Times that he intends  to address a public meeting while  here. This is quite right. Be  will have many present to hear not  only what he will say, but also  what he will not say ^Colonist.  ���������'The North Coast" is the  newest exchange on our desk,    it  is  ft neatly gotten lip six-page paper  tolling   a  whole  lot about Port  Simpson and surrounding district  The editor in his bow to tho public says, "We make no pretention  that we aro absolutely needful  to  this or any other community except that the greater the publicity  given to a community or district  tho easier it is inducing capital and  and settlers to come in, and so bo  ing in the vanguard we can make  ourselves of somo assistance���������and  incidentally a living."  ^Ivepside(|lotel. . ~  THE FINEST HUNTING AND FISHING GROUNDS  r-. ���������-r-ON THE ISLAND.-^=-r- :-  Livery Stable, Telegraph Office and Barber Shop Convenient  to  Hotel.  Everything up to Date.  DAVIS & PECHNEE, PRononm  Dominion  Hotel  Vietopia, 8. C.  It would Ink,* a loii- time ,u  personally ask the readers of  the  Nkwh���������- and thoy are not as mimor-  ou>*> us wo would like them  to bo  cwou fchoHQ who borrow their neigh  bore paper to read���������to personally  ft_k ft thousand peoplo to look at  that property you  have tor wilo  and about ten of them would comply with your requost,    With advertising to help, you may invito  nil tho people of tho city of Cumberland aim uii-Hiic., und all   -.vitu  woultl, in nny event, will accept,  your invitation.  The Rates are bower than other  first-class hotels, with Accomodation Superior to many.  Rooms with or without bath.  American Plan   $1.50   to $2.50.  per day.  European   Plan.   Room*** only,  ,50 to .fl.50, por day.  Free Bus,  STEPHEN JONES.  Jvf  a 'r--:-*i*v?;''*������������_:'-4  s..s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  "*uriCTO"t:ai_r_,---ccT-3:o__:      _s,o**j"T__  Sails ftoin Victoria Tuesday, 7 .a.m., for  N:.ri;i'*T,6, calling al   North Saanich  Cowirh.ui Hay    Maple  Hay, Crofton,  Kuper and Thetis Islands when freight  or passengers offer.  Leaves N.'.na.mo Tu-sday, "j p.m., for  Union Hay and Comox.  Leaves Comox\\Ved11esday, S a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  Comox and way ports.  Leaves Comox Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and way pons.  Snils from Nanaimo Frida\, _   p.m., for  Victoria, calling at Kuper and Thetis  islands, Crofton. Maple Hay, Cowichan Bay and -Nprih Saanich when  freight and  passengers offer  North Saanich  when tide and weather  conditions permit,  VANCOUVER - N-AJVAIMO - LADY-  SMITH   ROUTE  S. S.     "JOAN."  Sails I om   Vancouver for   Nanaimo  daily, except Sundays, at 1.30 p.m.  Sails from   Nanaimo- for   Vancouver  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m.  TIME TABLE EFFECTIVE  Monday, October 1-t, 1906  NJ0RTH BOUND���������Read'Down"  iverv  AJSTD  1  3. mm  I am prepared to  furnish Stylish Rigs  and do Teaming at  reasonable rates,  D. KILPATRICK  Cumberland  Passengoi  Trains  Daily  Stations. No. 1  Victoria,  li-.sieJs,  Shawnigan,  Cobble. Hill,'  Cowichan,  Koksilah,  Daucaa's,.  fcioroenos,  vVe.'-b-line',.  Ohetnaiuue,  Litdysmitb,  South Wellington,  Nanaimo,  Wellington,  De. .9 00  9.04  10 !7  ���������-10t22~  10.40  10 4S  10,63  11 00  11.07  11.18  11 32-"'  11.57,  12. IS  ,  12,3.  Ar 12.53 Ar 19 _,r>  Sunday  Wed.  ~ Sat.  No. 3  De. 16 00  10 04  "I7.i5  =^=1=7-1'8-  17.30  17 41  17.47  17.58  18.10  J8;2������  18 35  18.55  19.10  19.30  OUR BEST  OUUBINO  ,��������� OFFERS  This paper AND A NEW Sub--ription to  Regular pric** tor both.   Our Prioe  Daily Witness,      $4,50 J$3.00  Weekly Witness,    2.50 2.00  World Wide, 3.00 2.23  Northern Messenger 1.90 .1.7 5  Our c_l'.:ulatum_ are based strictly n" lie  cash in advance,   Samples of these paper  may be seen at our office.  ���������ww-Mii-Hii mmjanmrjvm������\-m>aM.,*amat^mm}*memeeeM^ ������_������������������������_-������������������������������������***������������������_"���������������������������������-���������-*���������_���������  POLLEGIATE   SCH00|_  FORBOYS  The Laurels,        Belcher Street  Victoria B.C.  Patron and Visitor,  TEE LORD  BISHOP  OF  COLUMBIA.  Heart Mast .r  J.W. LAING, ESQ ,   M, A.,   OXFORD.  Assisted by three Graduates of the Recognized.Universities of Great Britain and Canada.  Mor>-.rato terms for boarders.  Property cons sts of five acres with spacious suhool buildings, extensive recreatin-  grounds eymoasium. Oadet corps organized.  APPLY TO HEAD MASTER;  ���������wii-i-. i._%^m^imtamHmm^em������ammmememmmeeeew '.  Good  Buys.  SOUTH BOUND���������RendUp  war****- aammte^mmrtapeetemrt  Wanted���������A good reliable horse  for delivery waggon. Apply���������  S. U-iser& Co.  Ciinibcrlaiul.  memmrmv ���������emevrmm  Th. Sucrut of  Fresh Fruit  ���������_*-_-_-__-_---_--_-*M  On Wednesday aud Thursday  ol ench week we have fruit.  Call and give us a visit.  D. Hundcn.  A Beautiful Complexion,  Nn\v Ruveiiloil  Jb' JtO_Ej_Ej  "���������������** , i    i,. ���������        1 ��������� i������  w ������. *-'*"-��������������� .���������* .uc;c (!cf.j:T.b:c  tiUi.ii at������   v.v.iji'i.iil'..    cuunA.:x'u>n  aud elegant jewels.    An oi-tqr*  TUNt'rV VOU ICVKKY  WOMAN  TO  obtain wwr, for n limited time  ���������only.  The directions aud recipe for  obtaining a faultless complexion  is the seeri't long guarded by the  master minds of the ORIUNT-  I who now use it have, expressed  their delight and satisfaction.  This secret is easily understood and simple to follow aud it  will save you the expense of  creams, cosmetics, bleaches and  forever give you a beautiful com  plexion and free your skin from  pimples, bad color blackheads,  etc.   It alone is  worth   to you  I many times the price we ask  you to send for the genuine diamond ring of latest design,  We sell you this ring ns one  small profit above manufacturing cost. The price is less than  one half what others charge.  The recipe is free with every  ring.  It is a genuine rose cut diamond ring sparkling brillancy  absolutely gaurauteed, very daiu  ty, shaped like a Belcher with  Tiffany setting of 12 Kt. gold  shell, at youf local jeweller it  would cost you considerable more  than two dollars.  We mail you this beautiful complexion recipe free when your order is received for ring and two  dollars in money order, stamps or  bills. Get your order in before  rmr ������"i������i"ml** ?��������������� f*vhatispd.  a   -      .-  Tlm <MTr*r is mnde font limit*  ed time only as a means of advertising aud introducing our  goods.  Send fry tliy before this opportunity is forgotten.  T C. Moseley.  3'2 Kant 2!1 Htroit, New York city.  Viotoria,  RUBSt'ls,  Shawnigan,  Cobble Hill,  Cowiuhaii,  Kokt-iilah,  Duncan's,  SomnuoH,  Wttt>tholinO|  Uheniainus,  Lady Him*, h,  11  South Wellington,  Nanaimo,  Wellington,  No. 2  Ar. 12.0(5  12 02  10,51  :o,.8  10.40  10.15  IQM.  10 02  0.47  9,37  0.25 ���������  De. 9.00  Ar, 8.50  ;   8.28  S.15  De. 8,00  No. 4  19,55  19.51  18.35  IS.30  18.22  18.08  18 08  17.58  17.43  17.32  17,22  De. 1(158  Ar. 113 48  10 27  1(5.15  Do. 16 00  Thousand Mile and Cotninutatibn Tickets on sale, good ovei rail and steai-'.cr  lines, at two and one-half cents per mile.  Special trains and steamers for Excursions, and reduced rues for parties may  be arranged foi on application to the  Dist, l'ass, Agent at Victoria.  The Coinpativ reserve*-* the right to  change without previous notice, steamers  sailing dales and hnurr, of sailing.  Excursion Tickets on Sale from and to  all Stations, good for going journey Saturday and Sunday, returning not Inter  han Monday,  J, W. TROUP, Gon. Sup, B.C, Com. Sw.  ft, L. COURTNRY, Dhifc Frt. ft law. Ag.  (.ruiillc mill -ttnil.lc Workfei.  -_^-_-S^t**M|g-g  ^j^S-a__Bsfe  Oranite and Marble Monuments, Tab*  lot*, -to., at the lowest price*, oon-  si-tcut with flrnt'olans ntook nnd  workman-hip,   Wrlto -for |j<trctouIar_.  WANTED���������To Ruy: a Cottage on the  inscalment plan    Owner leave terms at  this office;  FOR SALE���������The fine lesidence of Mr.  T. E. Bate, situated at the ^corner  of  Windermere and First Street is for ''sale  at the low figure of $1400'   For particulars Apply Cumberland News.  $175 buys a good lot it this city.  FOK yALE���������10 acres good land in Co-  mox Vallo.', suitable tor chicken ranch.  Beautiful stream run* >ing through pro-  perfry.' Apply fit this office,  FOB SALE���������I00 acres, 60 aores chopped  nnd about 10 uore'B cleured. High land,  and oxcollent pasture land. Terms enn  bo nrrnnend to suit,  1000 shares Richard 111 mining stock. 50 cents per share-  apply at this office,  WANTED���������About ton acres cleared,  with or without house. Must bo good  land nnd fronting water. State lowest  pnoo.  FOll 8 ALE���������8 Jersey-teows, fresh, nnd  iu flrttt-cln_��������� condition; iileo a few yearling hoifots,   Apply to W. M. Hoy.  #800 CASH buys nrat-oln-B house  ou Maryport avenue.  FOR SALE���������-90 acres, with 10 acres  cleared; $1,000 worth of timber, fir cedar, white pine, and spruce, 75 acres of  bottom land. 8 roomed house und out*  buildings. Lota of spring water, nnd only about 2 miles from Cumberland.  $1100 buys���������100 acres  timber ranch, fl  nill-'H from Ooiirtoijuy.  For Sale���������100 iicrcH U'/jf miles from Court  noy.About 20 acres oloarod Borne years 11-  go, Jiight in liiw of mllmy wnstriiotion  (Jloso to Courtenay river.  A  US and CJUKKKS.  This we obtained after years  of work aud at };r.at  expense.  11 is the method used by the  i fairest and mos*t beautiful women  of I'aiiupc*.  Hundreds of American women  Yates St  Victoria,  B, C,  Moproclii Bros,  FOR SALE-A farm of 160  acres, also house and barn, situated near Comox valley Beautiful location, convenient to the  saltwater. For particulars ap.  plyat this office  FOR SALIS-Ono Muro, (jood Komi*  !  >*1t*r.   Aiiph to <4r*rir������Tft Honilnnll fV  11. c.  To all women  fur oolleotlng  aARiiM Md tailing uur uovultia* 1  T.i>_< * n  n 1 1 m     1 i*    , _  . WHWAI), Cftkeg ftrul Pies deliver  wu uivo l.iu rr.iiiiuiiiu, -.n������l uimic to-day ** .  .. .  _,.  for ������������r now pUn of Big Profit, with IM. ed Au^ t0 ttn>' >mi V)I Clt>������  work,    Write    to-dny.    AtlilreM O,   T.  _103LI.KV, rrcminm   dipartmont, 8'2 R. ^^^^-^^;K*i������-<*^^  ���������::;^r.,', Now York city.        FULL STOCK     _   GfO^���������fi���������H  tmmBPBBB���������BBi^_���������__H_M���������^'W  Titnnv,  To Ketit���������Sovorai "dusirubo bug.  inoss locations. OoriBult tlio O.K.  K. Agency,  Wnnled~-To borrow 82000 for'  some years ou  good   security.  For particulars inquire 0f Cumberland Renl Estate Agency. THE   NEWS,   CITMftRPtLANT).  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  .**  SEEDS.   T_.ES, PLABT&  FOR THE  FARM, GARDEN, LAWN  or CONSERVATORY  O A TL, 13. VA A. T SJ ������  IS THE BEST.  E.W.GILLETT^,pta^  TORONTO.ONT.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and railway cars of the Union Colliery  Company Hy any person ar per-  Boris���������-except rain crew���������i*. strictly  prohibited. Employees are _uV>-  \ec to dismissal for alio"* ' ;ig same  , By order  Francis D. Litt.k  Manager.  NO seedless plum.0, NO pitlese   apples, NO c-blees corn���������just old  ���������reliable varie..ie5-',,t.t reasonable  ;,    prices  Fertilizers Bee  Supplies  S'jray Pumps  Spraying BEatorials Cut Flo-wers  Etc K Etc.  Oldest established nursery on the  Mainland of B, C.        Catalog Free  M.J.HENRY  Greenhouses and P. O. Address- -010 Westminster"Kond..  BRAN .11NURSEH1 E..--South Vancouver  P.S.-���������If your local merchants do not  handle my seeds, send direct. We prepay 50 packets assorted varieties of  CaRUEN1 SEEDS in ordinary 5c papers  (tested stock) to your nearest post office  for $1���������2opacketsfor 50c,, trial collection  When in Oumkrlan.  STAY AT THE.   n-v"1 tV ,f> 4'ft M ft]  aj a % P "**��������� * / Mn MA J ���������  ffl   ���������**.__ ConvKNiit-Ci*"-.** for Guests  COAL MINES REGULATION ACT.  ���������NOTICE,OF EXAMINATION.  fiiR Bar is ���������Suppuku with  Best Liquors and Cigars  ,       J.R. BANNERMAN.  JAPANES-  at a Low Price,  Wholesale and Retail.  Sweet and Clean ������������������m  ity  6olbs $2.65'  Wo. 5 Joptown,....Ouran-rland, B.  .lUk^-iwu.-  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-'JLAKS  CANDY, FRUlTH,  CIGARS & TO'BACF-  60   YEARS-  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Debionb  copyright* ac.  Anyono nonillnB n Hkoto), and ilcaorijitlon mar  ���������fiutokl-/ M-ortnln onr opinion freeJrnethor an  Invmitini) la probnblj* PiMWHbl'-i^pmimuiilc'i.  ���������ontfroe., CflitOHt iitfotto-rfor(���������ttoumifftiatoiita.  I'ntonu tfttton tliruUBti Muim 4 Co, roooUo  tptcjal netlet, wltbout obnrao, ln tba  Scientific Hmcrican.  A. handiomolf tUtrntratad wo-klr. Unott Mr-  ciilnUoii oi nfiy wlontlUo iouriia, Tormi, 18 t*.  ���������roivri four rouiitbi, ft. Bold by nil nowmlnnl-jv*.   8Co.3fl-8rMdwf* New York  mm,m F 8t.,'W--bl!i������?oii. ������.D.  Jtnuiol  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  Tho ffroat Utorino Tonlo, uud  only mifo  oirnotual Monthly  'K������*tfulHtur on .'wliteh -wornon c*.������  fi-iioml. Hold In ilirno dmrroo-  )|8trcnRth-No. i, in Ko.tL  0 (tflflrrouN strotKwr, 183; Np. S,  t enoolal oa-4,-, 85 par box.  Ad by all drnutthitu, pr ho it  Droimla on ruoeTpfc of prloo.  Froft pamphlet. .A tidr'.���������*���������������������������.._ THU  fl HTTP IPiB liereby _"iven tnat Ex  11U11 UU amiuations yvill be held tor  1st, 2nd, and 3rd Class Certificates oi  Competency undor the previsions of th.  ���������'Coal Mines Regulation Act" on the  i'7th,, lSt'h and 19th daya of September,  ilH'7, commencing, at 9 o'clock in the  i'firenoon.      ,  The examinations will be held at Fer-  ie, Nanaimo and Cumberland.  The Subjects will.be as follows:  :.<\h.st Class Certificates.  Mining Act and Special Kules. Mini  ruses. Ventilation. General Work. Mine  Machinery.   Surveying.  ,4BC0N.O_,Gl_������'-iSjCjU^iiaCAi'J3_S._   Mining Act and Hpec ul P.nles. Mm,-  lases. Y-utilation.   General Work.  i't-fiRn Class Certificates.  Mining Act and Special Rules. Mine  ���������Juses and Gpner.il Work.  Applications must bo mado to the ur*-  lorsigned not later than September 7th. \  007, accompanied by the statunjy fees, !  '.1' follow.1*: j  By au applicant,for First Class Exam I  nation - - $10. ]  liy an applicant for Second Class E_  mi iiiation - - $10.  By un applicant for Third Class Ex  umination - - -8*5.  Tho applications must be accompanied by testimonials and evidence statin*.:  Umt: '    .   '  [a]. If a candidate for Firot' Olass, thai  iie, is a Ut'itish mibjoct and has at leat.1  ��������� *ivo. yours oxpoiienoi, in or  about th(-  :ifacticiil working of a conl mine, and in  at lyrist twonty-flve years of ago.  [li], IE a candidate for Bocond Cla_*-n.  that he htiH had ut loft-.it live'yettr,*i oxpor-  ienoo in or about the practical working  of aonnl inino.  [0], If a ottudidate for Third VAtm\  that he hns had nt least thro0 years experience in or about tho practical working of a coal mine.  , [il] A., on.ndidnte for a Oortifioato of  Oorapotauoy us Manager, Overman, Kl_ifr-  hoftB, I'iroboa-1 or Hhotlfghtor, sluill pro-  iluoo a ooi'tiiioato from a duly ijtiulillui'i  praotitionpr showing that ho hiw ttikon  a couwo in atnbulunoo work fitting him,  Iho flttk'l candidate, to give llrst aid to  men injured in ooal mining openvtioiiH.  By order of the Board of Appolntmont  of Kxuminera.  FUAJMCIM ,11. HllKI'llKHl),  Soorotnry.  Nunnimo, 1), 0. July llth, 1!K������7.  Gondtictiiivt" a  business is  like";  ������ * ���������   ,- ���������  rolling a luip-o boulder up a  lull.  The'uiommit you cease to  push  it  the numient you take your should-"  er irom it and think you will rest  and take it easy,  the   boulder   begins to crowd back upon you, and,  if yon are.not, careful, it will either run over and crush you, or get  away frofii you altogether and   go  to the, bottom wiiu a crash.    It is  necessary to be everlastingly pushing, following up th,'bouldei\ke.p  incr it <2"oin<r, in order to o;et it   to  the top of the hill.    The man who  attempts to run a business,  large,  or small, must keep his linger con-,  stantly on its pulse, in order to detect any rise or fall of temperature  any irregularity or any jar in  the  iiiachiiiory.     When the head of a  tii-iii is trying to take it easy, there  is usually trouble somewhere.-Ono  of the   best 'methods of keeping  die-'.boulder rolling is to secure the  interest atid patronage of the bar-.  jj*iiin hunters.  When In Courtenay" Stay At  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  The Cential Hotel for Sportsmen  Motie but the Best of Wines and Liquors  '���������;,������ at th.  Rar.  RATES REASONABLE  John -Johnston,     Prop.  ��������� <_--t*!-gB_-r-gera_*-_-__*_-^^  Make your wants  known  through columns of news.  We-d's _?_iosp3_odmer  W^M^Sl r,"i  Grcat  EwHsh   Remedy,  'ifa Sf ^   t/ Tones and invigoratesfcho vvliolo  -8--isyste!_,���������makes m-.w .  C*<������-*;i-'"''&--.''ijicDclin old Veinfi. Cures Nervous IMiiliUi, Mental atul-Brain Worry, Dcs-  ponda\.cy, Bexual Weakness, Emissions, Sper-  motorrhma, and, Effects of Abuse or Excesses.   ]  Prico ?1 per box, sixfor 35.   Oae wUlpl-aso, fix   \  will euro.   ������.old by all druggists or mailed in  -lain r*kff. 011 re.eipb of price,   New paiwliUt  ���������mailedjrce.  ThraWood MeificSne Co.  Joi-mcrly WiniZsor)        , r.     Toi-on to, Oni*  __3_r.T-&_*J^____:-*-_c_____t__5^  SAD INDEED,"  Mother is at the sea shore,  Sister's gone away;  Brother Bill is catching perch  Out there on. the bay,      ���������  Everyone is happy,  Having world's of fun;  cT* ,  'Cepting Dad who never will,  Get the, dishes done.  Heaped up iu the kitchen,  All the diyhes stand.  All the common china,  All the Haviland,  Mother's been away a month;;  Dad has used them all*,  Now he's eating off.Athe plates,  That decorate the wall.  Mother, mother, hurry  Come back from the shore;  Dad can only find enough  Plates for two meals, more,  He is up against'it  While you stay away;  ���������Now he's eating breakfast food  From the large ash tray.  He will not wash the dishes,  He piles them in the sink;   -  If you could only see them now,  I wander what vou'd think,  Oh hurry, mother, hurry,  Come back to us to-day;  For father hasn't washed a disk  Since first you w.������nt away.  ���������: ,���������o ,,  The Cumberland Ileal Estate  Agency has a house on Penrith  Avenue and two on Maryport Avenue for sale. Spot Cash would  certainly suit the ownersbetter,but  a cash payment and monthly instalments would prove an inducement to sell.   *���������������   It is an easy matter for the store  keeper or the eleik to give  a  nod  of welcome and a word of excuse  to those who cannot be immediately served.    The customer who has  ���������been; pleasantly greeted  and  told  thathe will receive attention   in a  few minutes will wait cheerfully,  whereas he would leave  the  store  in an ill humor, or wait impatiently, if his presence wete entirely ig  nored.    The ability to keep  waiting customers in good humor and  make them feel that they are not  neglected is one of the most valuable qualities a store keeper or a  clerk can possibly possess.     .t ,������������������,(,  ordinary courtesy, altelitiveuc-s d -  "wand very little time, and r-.oy are  far more valuable than lluitery  or  *  argument in the'sale of goods.  MW)!yT^Xwn=-^^  dred dollars to loan on  good securities.    Address T.  Mi   Care  of News office.  If your business is not worth  advertising advertise it for sale, as  you are losing business and don't  know it. Each separate ad. in  this paper has*its separate errand  to perform.     Use its columns.  em*me������mm%mamr*mmeme������mmemmeemmm  .NOTICE is hereby given, that  at a special meeting of the licence, Commissioners to be held  the day of which will be published 14 days before the said meeting I intend to apply for a transfer of the liquor Liceuce I now  hold to sell liquor by Retail at  Nelson Hotel situated on Lot 11  audi 2, Union Bay, to John H.  Fraser and Chas. R. Bishop.  Dated this 15th day of August  1.907-  Geo. Howe.  ���������^���������B-'-l'^***.**-*-*-*******--*-*'*-*-*---^^  TAKE NOTICE that at special meeting of the Licence Commissioners to,beheld at Cu_;���������.*:���������.;_-  T_md7"_-TTr~f_-e"  t\-mm^UteJt^WmJX'  The drink of strong men and healthy women  ONBREWERfSEER  ���������*'���������*.      is The Best  Bottled or Jn  Barrels.  The UNION *BR������WING Co.,      Nanaimo B.C.  "oi.~wTiIcI_~  will be published 14 days before  the said meeting, I intend to apply for a transfer of the hotel liquor licence held by me for the  Waverly Hotel, situated at Shoal  Bay B. 0. to Daniel Ferguson.  Dated this 8th Day of August  1907.  P. McDonald  P, PHILLIPS HARRISON  Barrister and SoUcltor  Notary Public  Conveyancing  Oud-BtM    B. 0.  Knrji-i Tiff���������*"*���������*' \m**���������* ���������*������������������*!< i-iiiiiii���������IM  10 Imifi-vn oviiiiiHVi, r,  lor Bpooial. onM)-, 85  Bold Ly all dragijM  jimla oil.  _.loprimplil... _  CttUUCMeOfQtHlO0..T0ROMTO. Ont. twrvmi i/inaivrt  %^St*earm^ymma,9%  C.H TARBELL  And all KITCHEN  UTENSILS  ���������HrH*lr*iH-*'i'*i'''l^  "STAR*  I Li vefy  ���������; "':  *������;���������**f*4^*<���������|i���������#^i���������''  iv :,���������*: ,,-..i,ii,'"'!..-''>,,'"',i'5  |f>* ������������������ ', it.*' r ' *i  <i4?ASi  t_tu "'*>*���������'���������**��������� r'.'���������'���������*.VXilV&m)  r*'V.v:{-'.';i^ii  Sportsmcns Goods  nnd  General Hardware  t Hayman tSt Maxv*/ell.'I  ������������������4 *���������������  ������* Proprietor**. ������$���������  , t '  M*  mTF.AM.STERS, niid  T)R,\VMK\J  ,4 AKtAA'   nm)   DOUI'I.K   tn'*>4  ���������: 3rd St. Oumtjerland |  4V^^.j_|-|-H-l*-^*l-l*'H^I'**l-*l-H**I'**H*  I'V ������������������   >*   \'ff '* 'fi**''  'l,l'liUFfl* -v.  n'.vD^  m*  \a.e* mt. (KJ  eoteii Whiikie^  Tht HUDSONS BAY CO  Sole Agents ior 3 G THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  **������-*  DARREL of THE  BLESSED ISLES  By   IRVING   BACHELLER.,  Aether et "Ur*n H-ald-h." "_-'ri _n_ _,** Etc.  _-^_ :  eorritrcHT,    leos,    by    iothrop    puBrj-HiNG    compawt  (Continued)  ' CHAPTER XXXII.  IT was early May and a bright atryrn-  lag In Hillsborough. There were  lines of stores and houses on either side of the main thoroughfare  from the river to Moosehead inn, a  long, low white building that faced  tbe public square. Hunters coming off  Its veranda and gazing do\v������ the  tstreet, as if sighting over gun barrels  at the bridge, were wont to reck-U the  distance "nigh on to forty rod." There  were '"Boston Stores" aud "Great Emporiums" and shopa, modest as "tbey  were small, In that forty rods of llills-  'borough.* Midway was a little Miite  building, its eaves within- reach of  one's hand, Its gable on the line of the  sidewalk overhanging which, from' a  crane above the door, was a big golden  spool. In its two windows were lace  and ribbons and ladies* hats and spools  of thread, and blue shades drawn high  from 7 o'clock In the morning until  dark. It was the little shop of ftutb  Tole, a house of fate on the way from  happening to history. There secrets,  travel worn, were nourished awhile and  sent on their way; reputations were  made over and often trimmed with, excellent taste and discrimination.  Ruth Tole was behind the counter,  sorting threads. She was a ma id.n of  middle life and severe countenance, of  few and decisive words. The door of  the little shop was ajar, and near it a  woman was knitting. She had fr position favorable for eye and ear. She  could see all who passed on pitner  side of tbe way and not a word or  move in the shop escaped her. In the  -^isterhoodishe-bore^the-familiar-iia'-ie-  tof Lize. She had been talking about  .hat old case of Riley Brooke and the  ��������� Widow Glover. ,  "Looks to me." said she thoughtfully  as she tickled her scalp with a knitting ,  needle, "that she took the kinks - Ut o*  him.   He's a deal more respectable,"  "Like a panther with his teeth Dulled,"'' said a woman who stood h? thi  couoter  buying   a   spool   of, thread  "Ain't you heard how they made up?"  "Land sakes, no!" said Lize.  "Well, that old tinker gave 'end bot_  a good talking to," said tbe customer  "He brings 'em face to face, and he  says to bim, says he, 'In the (fay d  the judgment God '11 mind the look o*  your wife,' and, then he says the sam***  toher."  "Singular man!" said comely Ltee.  "He never robbed tbat bank, either,  any more'n I did."  "Men ain't apt to claim a sin thai  don't belong to 'em.  That's my opinion."  "He did lt to shield another,"  "Sidney Trove?" was the half Whispered query of tbe Bister Lize,  "Trove, no!" said the other quickly,  "It was that old man with a gray  beard who never spoke to anybody an'  used to#fslt tbe tinker."  "Sbe was Interrupted by a newoomei  ���������a stout'woman of middle age who  fluttered In, breathing heavily, under a  look of pallor and agitation.  "Sb-b-h!" said sbe, lifting a largs  band. Sbe sank upon a chair, fabplng  herself.  She said nothing for a lUtlc.  "What is it, Bet, for mercy's SAke?"  ���������aid Lhzc,  "Have you beard the news?" said  Ibe that was called Bet.  "Land sakes, nof' said the others,  Then followed a moment of suspense,  ���������during wblcb the newcomer sat bjtiof  ber under Up, with a morry smile.  "You're too provoking!" said the sister LIm Impatiently. "Why do yo������  keep us hanging by tbe eyebrows?"  "Sh-h-h!" snld tho dear slsti* Bel  again. Another woman bad stopped  by tbe door, Then a scornful wblspet  from tbe sister I Ate,  "It's that horrible Kate Trodden  Mercy! Is she coming In?"  Sbe came ln.    Long since nil. had  ceased to enjoy credit or confidence al  tbe little sbop.  "like &*};" flalil sbe.  Tbo sl.ter T,*,*/.*- *mov*������d  impn^cntl-i  and picked up her work.  This tnulmo-  ly intranet bad left her "hnnfflng dj  the eyebrows" and red with anxiety,  fiftt- mve the newcomer ������ sweeping  glance, sfgbod and sntd, "Yon," Ths  lister Bet grew serious and began tapping tbe floor wltb hor toe.  ���������T?o been clear round the square,"  Mid Mrs. Tredder, "an* I guess I'll sit  ���������wblle. I ain't done a thing today, an'  1 don't b'lleve 1*11 try till after dinner.  Miss Tole, you ratty give me another  yard o* tbat red silk ribbon."  She eat by tbe counter, and Mf*i Tols  sniffed a little and began to m.tisur.  tbe ribbon. Sbe was deeply if secretly  offended by tbls intrusion.  ���������'Whst's tbe newtr said tbe pew*  ���������Bftmer-.torftlaf tO-ttje^u*wr,Jiet.   ������������������  -un, nothing," said "tne orner we-friiy.  "Ain't you heard about that woman  up at the Moosehead?"  "Heard all I care to," said the sister  Bet, with jealous feeling.  "What about ber?" said the sister  Lize, now reaching on tiptoe, as H  were. The sister Bet rose impatiently  and made for the door.  "Going?" said she that was called  Lize, a note of alarm in her voice.  "Yes; do you think I've nothing else  to do but sit here and gossip?" said sister Bet, disappearing suddenly, her  face red.  The newcomer sat in a thoughtful attitude, her elbow oh the counter.  "Well?" said the sister Lize.  "You all treat me so.-funny here I  guess I'll go," said Mrs. Tredder, who  now got up, her face darkening, and  hurried away.  "Wretch!" said the sister Lize hot-  ly, "I could have choked her." She  squirmed a little, moving her .-.bail  roughly.  "She's forever sticking her nose into  other people's business," were the  Words of the customer. She seemed to  be near the point of tears.  "Maybe that's why it's so red," the  other answered, with unspeakable contempt "I'm so mad I can hardly sit  still."  She wound her yarn close and stuck  her needle into the ball.  "Thank goodness!" said she suddenly.   "Here comes Serene."  The sister Serene Davis, a frail, fair  lady, entered.  "Weil," said the latter, "I suppose  you've heard"��������� She paused to get  her breath.  "Whm?"s������i"d���������thTTii-t^  whisper." approaching the new arrival.  "My heart is all in a flutter. Don't  hurry me."  The sister Lize went to the door and  closed lt. Then she turned quickly,  facing the other woman.  "Serene Davis," she began solemnly,  "you'll never leave this room alive until, y'pu tell us,"  ���������'Can't you let a body enjoy herself a  minute?"  "Tel! me," she insisted, threatening  with a needle.  s laxnt/^"  *��������� Have, j,'f?u heard the newif **  Ruth Tolo regarded tbem wltb a look  of firmness, which seemed to say,  "Stab hor If sho doesn't tell,"  "Woll," snld the sister Bereno, "you  know that stylish young widow tbat  came owhlle ago to the Moosehead���������  tbo one that wore the splendid black  Bilk the ulght o' tbe ball?"  "Yes,"  "She was a detectlve"-tbls in a  whisper.  "What!" snld tho other two awesomely,  "A detective."  Tho sister Bereno was now laughing.  "It's ridiculous!" she remarked.  "Go on," said tho others, and one of  them BUUeu, "iMUd mnv������, aoa i stop  "Well, she got sick the other day and  sent for n lawyer, an' who do you sup-  posoltwas?"  "I dunno," said Butb Tole, Tho  words imu urokuit awity irom nor, uud  sho covered her mouth quickly and began to look out of tho window. Tho  speaker had begun to laugh ogaln.  " 'Twas Dick Hoberts," she went on.  "lie wont over to the tavern. She lay  there In bed und a nurse ln the room  wltb hor--a woman she got In Ogdens*  burg. Shu tdU thu yuuug lawyer she  wants him lo make her will. Tben  sho desert l****** ber property, and he  puts It down. There was a pnlace In  Wales and a castle on tbe Rhine and  pearls and diamonds and iW.OQQ In a  lizi',iu ba'^,.imd.l d_u> kvu-V .what  all. Weil," ye know she was pert and  handsome, and ho began to take notice."  The sisters looked from one to another and gave up to gleeful smiles,  but Ruth was if anything a bit firmer  than before.  "Next day he brought ber some fiow-  ���������avs, aud she began ti get better. Then  be took her out to ride. One night  about 10 o'clock the nurse comes into  the room sudden like and finds bim on  bis knees before tbe widow, kissing her  dress an* talking all kinds o' nonsense."  "Here! Stop a minute," said the sister Lize, who had now dropped her  knitting and begun to fan herself.  "You take my breath away." The details were too important for hasty consideration.  "Makin' love?" said tbe customer.  "I should think likely," said tbe other, whereupon the three began to laugh  again.  "Now go on," said the sister Lize,  leaning forward.  "There he knelt, kissing her dress,"  tbe narrator continued.  "Why didn't he kiss her face?"  "Because she wouldn't let him, I  suppose."  "Oh!" said the others, nodding their  heads thoughtfully.  "When the nurse came," the sister  Serene continued, "the widow went to  a desk and wrote a letter and brought  lt to Dick. Then says the widow,  says she: 'You take this to my uncle  In Boston. If you can make him give  his consent I'd be glad to see you  again.' .  "Dick, he rushed off that very evening an' took the cars at Madrid. What  do you suppose tbe letter said?"  . The  sister Serene  began  to shake  with laughter.  "What?" was the eager demand of  the two sisters.  "Well, the widow told the nurse, and  Bhe told Mary Jones, and Mary told  me. The letter was kind o* short and  about like this:  "Pardon me for introducing1 a scamp by  the name of Roberts. He's engaged to a  very sweet young lady and haa the impudence to make love to me. I wish to get  him out of town for awhile and can't  think of any better way. Don't use him  too roughly. He was a detective once  himself. ���������-..���������  "Well, in a couple of days the widow  got_a_telegraph_message__j:om-her_un--.  cle, an' what do you suppose it said?"  The sister Serene covered her face  and began to quiver. The other two  were leaning toward her, smiling, their  mouths open.  "What was it?" said the sister Lize.  " 'Kicked him downstairs,' ��������������� tbe narrator quoted.  "Y!" tbe two whispered.  "Gopd enough for him." It was the  verdict of tbe little shopkeeper, sharply spoken, as she went on with her  work.  "So I say," this from the other three,  who were now quite serious.  "He'd better not come back here,"  Bald tbe sister Lize.  "He never will probably,"  "Wbo employed the widow?"  "Nobody knows," said tbe sister Serene. "Before she left town sbe had a  check cashed, an' It come from Riley  Brooke. Some think Martha Vaughn  herself knows all about it. Sb-h-h!  There goes Sidney Trove."  "Ain't he splendid looking?*  Ruth Tole had opened the door, and  tbey were now observing the street  and those who were passing In lt.  "One of these days there'll be some  tall lovemaklng up there at the Widow Vaughn's," said Lize.  "Like to be behind the door."  "I wouldn't," said tbe sister Sorene.  "No, you wouldn't!"  "I'd rather be up next to tbe young  man." A merry laugh and tben a sigh  from Lize, who looked a bit dreamy,  (To Be Continued)  vVandt'rt of Machinery.  Dependence upon machinery Is becoming almost an Instinct among tbe  workmen of a steel mill. A boy who  was swooping tho floor of a Pittsburg  mill, for example, found bis path obstructed by u ten ton machine wblcb  bad not yet been put in Its place.  "Hello, Jim." he called to a laborer,  "come here and move this machlno  bnck about ten feet I want to swoop  undor It."  Jim moved n traveling crone until it  stood over tho machine and lifted the  80,000 pound obstiiclo out of tbo way  as easily as lf it wero a box of cigars.  Tho boy went on with his sweeping ns  If nothing extraordinary had happened.  Ho was a Pittsburg boy nnd accus-  t.'r.c;* to r.i!r:;.!..i. And electricity,  vfhh'h I** n now force i*1**'toi*T\ yon*****  old in stool mills-will perform Its  greatest doeds in tbe future.���������Mun*  ���������ey's.  MASCULINE VANITY.  CONGO ATROCITIES.  Do  You  Think   Men  Are at  Vain as  Women?  It has been ssa id that the vanity of  woman begins at the soles of her shoes  uud ends in the crown of her hat  Of course it was a man who said lt  and another man who repeated it to  another man. who wrote it in a letter  to another man. who told it to his wife,  who told it to a feminine relative, wbo  told it to one as a special secret Aud  yet they say that women have the monopoly of vanity and gossip!  Do not believe them, ladies. There is  as much vanity walking about tb.  world In coat and trousers as there Is  parading iu bodice nnd skirt.  Do you think that a man never looks  tn a.mirror?  You should peep Into the gentlemen's  cloakroom just before the opening of a  large function.  You see them, one after the other,  old and young, ugly nnd ���������well favored,  slide up to the mirror and tug at their  butterfly ties. stnoothjng out their shirt  fronts and tenderly replacing the few  stray hairs'* which have turned aside  from the level road of the partiug.  Note how carefully that baldheiuled  old man rakes a small pomatumed curl  over the shiny surface of his venerable  pate and twists up a pair of dyed mustaches.  It must be admitted that vanity in  matters of dress aud toilet is to a certain extent part of tbe duty of woman,  Her self respect is far more involved  in her personal appearance than Is that  of man. for well she knows that a woman is.judged by externals, while a  man stands to rise or fall rather by  what he bides within than by what he  shows outside.  But though man has fallen to sorry  drabs and grays and black and white,  his vanity of appearance Is not yet  dead. The tailor still has to know his  business better than the dressmaker,  and if a woman wishes to be particularly well and expensively clothed she  must go to a man's tailor wbo makes  woman dressing a side show, in his  business. ���������'���������    .  A  NOVEL  KEY  RACK.  Household-Keys-Suspeiided-From Rack  In the Hall.  The English custom of a key rack to  hang in the hall and whereon all the  keys of the household are suspended  Is fast gaining favor in American  country bouses. A pretty and novel  sort an improvement on the plain  square of wood covered with books, is  made as follows:  Obtain a piece of wood about an inch  and a quarter square, the length being  determined by the number of keys it  is to hold, and paint stain or enamel  lt. On the underside screw small brass  hooks for the keys to hang upon and  suspend from the wall by a piece of  ribbon with a bow on the top. At each  end of the wood fasten a rosette of  ribbon with streamers hanging down".  The wood will look very well painted  white, and it ts a good plan to paint iu  colors to match the ribbons tho name-  of tbe keys above the hooks on which  tbey are to hang. Tasseled cords might  be used instead of tbo ribbon already  suggested. The former, in fact would  be more serviceable, Inasmuch as lt  would not require renewing quite so  often,  A good use for tbls rack would be to  have the various members of tbe family bang their door keys upon It-each  person having a separate marked book  ���������-when returning bom*, for the night  .Thus the last person in would be able  to bolt tbe door, a cause of confusion  in many families.  Bishops Urge Steps Towards Immediate Reform.  The subject of Congo misrule was  discussed in the Upper House of Convocation of Canterbury, the Primate  of all England presiding.  A series of resolutions were passed,  expressing profound regret and indignation at the methods of administration in the Congo Free State, declaring that the members of that house  "felt keenly the burden that was cast  upon the conscience of England, as  one of the powers by whose consent  the Congo Free State was established  nnd its neutrality guaranteed, and  stating that the gravest responsibility  will lie upon the consenting powers  to bring to an end, in some 'wny,  abuses which are so'"crying, and which  may be of the most sinister effect  upon the relations between white and  colored races throughout the African'  continent, and upon the work intrusted to the Christian nations of Europe  for the service of civilization an<-  humanity.  British Government  Responsible.  The Bishop of South work., in introducing the subject, said the Conco*  State began on commercial, philanthropic and civilizing principles. T^e  British Government had eonsiderab'e  responsibility for it, and there was  ample evidence that things had gone  signallv ill.  Dr. Talbot went on to allude to the-  .upnression of the evidence of the-  royal commission, and directed attention to the facts contained in Mr.  Morel's book on "Red Kubber: Tli*  Story of the Slave Trade on the Congo." No do"bt a condition the m',ct  barbarous and terrible existed. To  get a certain amount of rubber o**t  of the popr natives, the most horrible  methodp had been resorted to. such*  as cutting off tbe hands, and triero  was a great system of hostages, these*  hostages being largely women. N*>  responsibility rested upon Belgium itself in the matter. If all the power**  were keen about it. a very summary-  result, he Baid, cmild be obtained.  ������ The Bishoo of Bath and Wells said*  the Free! Church Council, to thei*-  honor. had been far before the Church*  of England in trying to arouse'.,public*  attention, but this might be parti-*.*  explained bv the existence of so many  Baptist missionary stations, from*  which information had come.  Described  as  an  Abomination.  The Bishop of Birmingham spoke, in-;,  general support of what had fallen*  from the Bishop of Southwark. and'  the Bisbon of London pleaded for increased British consular representation in the Coneo Free State. Ther  ought to be prepared to back up the*  Government in any further sten which  they mieht wish to take with the view  to wining away this abomination-  from the face of the earth.  The Primate, in Btimming up the-  debate, said the House had dischare-  ed an imperative duty in calling attention to well-established , facts. In1  the last decade we seemed to have*  fallen into something which rivaled  it it did not exceed, the horrors of  the old slave trade. He could not-  suggest what diplomatic action should'  be taken, but they desired the country to know that they cared so much-  about this matter that they did not  intend to let it alone.  Physical Strength and Detjenersoy.  Never In tho history of the human  race-not even In tho gladiatorial days  of Oreoco and Homo, when physical  strengUi was worsblned almost llko a  fetich-has so much study been dovot*  nl to bodily development und well being. In spite of all this, however, we  cannot shut our eyes to tbe fact that,  vide medical reports, whllo tbe standard of health may be going up with a  section of tbo people, It is steadily going down wltb others-in a word, that  physical degeneracy is alarmingly on  tbe increase..  BEAUTY HINTS.  Hands may be whitened most noticeably by rubbing them thoroughly three  nights in suecesfiion wltb eweet aim*  ond oil and tben dusting tbem well  wltb as much fiuo cbalk as tbey will  retain.  A good batb for tired, swollen feet is  to bathe the feet In a batb with alum,  ounce; rock salt, two ounces; borax,  two ounces. Use one teaspoonful to  each quart of wator. Bathe the foet ln  tbls wuter overy nlgbt for a woek,  Sleeping with the bund under tbo  face Induces wrinkles, and retiring at  night with tho fueo grimy with soil  that naturally accumulates on it during tbe day Induces a muddy complex*  ion and tho formation of blackheads.  Glycerin should always bo diluted  with rose, orange or elder flower wa-  (ur ur . veu nuu water if otlti-rn ure uut  within convenieut roach. If when di*  luted the mixture Irritates the skin,  producing a burning sensation, discontinue its use at once and substitute for  H almond oil,  8sd!y Mercenary.  "Why aro you so engor for fame?"  asked the Idealist.  "Because," onswercd tbe octlve man,  "I need It in my business, Fame now*  adayfl Is merely a synonym for success*  tul advertislng."-Wasblngton Star.  Orumpy.  Miss Oncb-It was so fanny I thought  I'd dlei  Mr. Oroocb-Why did yon change  ww tniwi*^_oieTiJaii<ll Leads*.  Sunday Recreation.  "Don't let us turn Sunday into a*  day of misery: it's a bad advertisement for Christianity," declared*  Father Vaughan at a public meeting-  held in the Dome, Brighton, on tha'  question  of  Sunday observance.  "When I built a club in the north*  of England, and let men play at billiards between the services, I was*  pelted in the Btreets. What am  asinine thing," declared the preacher, "to tell a boy, 'God want** you to*  sit on that chair like an ornament on*  a mantelpiece.'s, He wants a boy to be*  a boy and a good boy, and when be*  has looked after his soul the best*  thing for him and his bouI is to let  him go to cricket or football, or something of that."  The masses, Father Vaughan went  on to explain, wanted rest and recreation on the Sabbath day. And"  those who wanted recreation should1  have it, "Who, for instance, could'  object to professional men taking  their week-ends in the countryr"'  He would not stop trains or trams  or omnibuses on Sundays, but would*  give them who worked them every  other Sunday off, pay them extra,  when they wero on, and give them,  time to have rest during the week.  "^"'lW^siiai  The ratio of tbe circumference of a  circle to lte diameter waa first ascertained to eome degree of exactness by  Van Oeuten, a Dutcbman. He found,  tbat If tbe diameter of a circle was 1  tbe circumference would be 8.141B920*  RW_O,TM230iC2Cl_MS_7C*S02S_l Marly,  wblcb Is exactly true to thirty-*'*,*-*  places of decimals and was effected  by tbe continual bisection of an aro  of a circle, a motbod so extremoly laborious tbat It cost bim incredible  l������aiu������.      _________  Indian tlemn and C*4*-.!epa*-.  A single grain of tbe rosin of Indian  hemp will produce catalopsy in a man.  A few hours are required for tbe effects to reach a climax, wben bit  limbs may bo placed in almost any position without difficulty, snd whim  once placed tbey remain in tbe glven,  posltlon Indefinitely, although tbo natural Influence of gravity would cause  tbem to fall. During tbe catalepsy tbt  body la usually Insensible to all Impressions.    ^ ., t.**r������'--' ���������-���������--*���������:,;���������' ?���������*���������    ver* -���������**������*<���������, ������������������>*i!sr? *s  I  J  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  ejajajax<UJliMSJUJgJZ9J*J^^  ���������a  WESTEEN  CANADIAN  EDITORS  A Series of Articles Describing their Lives, their Alms  and their Influence.  62  F. H. SCHOOLEY  determination he had not reckoned  with the subtle fascination that the  printing office has for every true  member of the craft, and, as might  be expected, the desire to return to  his accustomed sphere of labor was  not to be resisted. Within an interval of one year he had acquired a  half interest in The Lacombe Advertiser, and in June, 1903. he took over  his partner's interest. Since that  time Mr. Schooley has continued to  be editor and proprietor of The Advertiser, and has been eminently successful in producing a paper that  has a distinctiveness of appearance  that commands more than passing  attention. The paper enjoys a liberal  advertising patronage, and has an  ever-increasing circulation throughout  the wide territory it servegj.  No person should gc from home  with****"*, a bottle of Dr. J. D. Kellogg', Dysentery Cordial in their  possession, as change of water, cooking, climate, etc., frequently brings  on summer complaint, and there is  nothing like being ready with a suro  remedy at hand, which oftentimes  saves great suffering and frequently  valuable lives. This Cordial, has  gained for itself a widespread reputation foro affording prompt relief  from all summer complair-ts.  F.  H. SCHOOLEY  .Editor and Proprietor of the Lacombe  Advertiser  To Sunny Alberta the lure of the  ���������Golden West has been steadily calling the homeseeker from distant  fields. They have come from the  Mother Country, Continental Europe,  the Antipodes; and Eastern Canada  and the United States have also contributed their quota to the constant  stream of settlers who are rapidly  filling   up   this    Western   province.  : That the population is decidedly cosmopolitan can be readily believed,  and those who have a personal knowledge of the general class of people  who are now of the West, will admit  . that it has a generous share of the  brain and brawn that contributes to  the highest elements    of    Canadian :  citizenship.    In  the  building up  of  this new province the large numbers  ___vJ10_have_be_11_attracted--.across.-the-  border from the United States. have  been     a     most   important    factor.  Adaptability, genius    and enterprise  are the  accredited  characteristics of i  the average American, and he has a'  strong tendency to "make good" no  matter what may be his position in  life.   Certain it is that not a few have !  attained success in this new country  and  have    become    identified  with  many of the leading industrial undertakings.    It   is    not   surprising,  then, to find that many Americans  have engaged   in    newspaper work,  and that they are publishing some  of   the*  brightest of our provincial  weeklies.   Among the number is Mr.  F. H. Schooley, editor and proprietor  of the Lacombe Advertiser, of whom  this article is particularly concerned.!  Mr. Schooley was born on a farm  in Warren county, Iowa, in 1866.   In  1870 his father forsook the farm to.  take up the practice of law, and in  1872 entered   the    journalistic field, I  purchasing a half interest in a weekly j  newspaper at the county seat,   At a  very early age Mr. Schooley evinced  n great deal of interest in the print-,  ing art, and when he wns but six  years of ago jt was his particular de*  ' light to stand on a high stool and  set type from reprint copy. At the  ago of fifteen lie was offered and ���������  promptly accepted a position as j  "devil" in a country newspaper of-1  flee, and afterwards completed his  apprenticeship in a job printing office  in Den Moines, Iowa, After working  some two years in Des Moines ho  entered into partnership with his  father, and purchased a country  weekly, Tiie Advocate-Tribune, nt Tn*  dinnola, Iowa, Ho was idontiflod  with this paper until January, 1902.  In April of that year Mr, Schooley  movod to Alberta, where he took up  land with tho intention of remaining  out of tho printing business.  In this  During the course of a geography  lesson recently the teacher asked the  following question-.  "Who can tell me .what useful  article we get from the whale?"  "Whalebone," promptly replied a  boy. '',,'.  "Right. Now, who knows what we  get from the seal?"  "Sealing-wax!" shouted a;, little  girl.���������Harper's Magazine.  Fine muslins, dainty lingerie, iron easier,"look  better, last longer if the  laundress uses the only  cold-water (no boiling)  starch that really  'saves work and really  won't stick. Try it Get  A  FAMILY  MEDICINE  He Had it  A farmer tells of a conversation he  chanced to hear between a boy and  a." Christian Scientist, who came  across the lad sitting under an apple  tree doubled up , with pain. "My  little man," the Scientist said,  "what is the matter?" "I ate some  green apples, and, oh! how I ache."  "You don't ache; you only think so."  The boy looked up, saying: "But  1 ve got inside information, sir."  Ask for Minard's and Take no Other  Masculine Guest���������Isn't that Freddie Fetherpeyt, sitting over there,  plunged in thought?  ,. i Feminine Guest���������Yes. At an affair like this every one is expected  to do something unusual, you know.  ���������Puck. .  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills the One  Medicine Best Suited for the Whole  Household.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are the  greatest blood-builder known to  medical science. They never fail to  make rich, red blood���������lots of it���������the  kind that brings health and strength  to the sufferer. They are a family  medicine���������good for the grandmother  or grandfather, the mother or father  and for the growing children. Thousands have found new health and  strength through the use of these  pills. As proof of their being a family medicine Mrs. Chas. Castonguay,  Michipicpten Eiver, Ont., says:  "My husband was ill for five months  and was unable to do any work. H_e  "made several 'trips t*o the Soo to  consult doctors and spent much  money on medicine but nothing helped him���������in fact he grew worse. He  could not eat much and the little he  did eat would not remain on his  stomach. His stomach was examined by X Kays and found to be in a  terribly "inflamed condition. After  remaining at the Soo for some time  under the doctor's care without finding relief he returned home discouraged and afraid he was going to die.  It was then Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  were recommended, and by the time  he had taken nine boxes he was perfectly well and able to go to work  again." Mrs. Castonguay continues:  "I have also used the Pills for female troubles and found them a, perfect medicine. My little one also  owes good health and a rosy color to  them."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure all  the troubles due to poor blood or  shattered nerves, such as anaemia,  rheumatism, dyspepsia, neuralgia,  St. Vitus dance, partial paralysis,  etc., simply because they make rich,  red, health-giving blood. Sold by all  medicine dealers or by mail at 50c a  box or six boxes for $2.50 from The  Dr. Williams Medicine Co,, Brock*  ville, Ont.  For the Overworked���������What are  the causes of despondency and melancholy? A disordered liver is one  cause and a prime one. A disordered  liver means - a disordered stomach,'  and a disordered stomach means  disturbance of the nervous: systenv  This brings the "whole body into'subjection., and the victim feels sick all  over. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are  a recognized remedy in this state  and relief will follow their use.  A prominent American politician  relates the following story: "Once,"  he says, "I told three negroes that  I'd give a big turkey to the one  who'd give the best reason for his  ���������being- a-Republi canr^ ��������������������������� ���������  "The first one. said: I'se a 'Publican kase de 'Publicans sot we colored  folks free.'  '"Very good, Pete,' said I. 'Now,  Bill, let me hear from you.'  "'Well, I'se a 'Publican kase dey've  gib us a pertective tariff.'  " 'Fine !' I exclaimed. 'Now, Sam,  what have -ou to say?'  "'Boss,' said Sam, 'I'se a 'Publican kase I wants dat turkey.'"  S70RY   OF   THE   DOROTHEA.  Romance of a Vessel Assigned to the  Naval Militia.  Among the vessels assigned to the  naval h-iiltia is one with a history.  It seems, says Appletun's Magazine,  that many years ago, when tt was the  custom for the insurance underwriters  to put up at auction vessels that had  been long overdue and not beard from,  a youug apprentice in Philadelphia  happened to atteud one of these auctions at which a large ship named the  Dorothea was put up fqr sale. The  vessel had taken aboard a very valuable cargo, which would go <>with tho  ship to the successful bidder, but thii  very fact that the property* was so  valuable had kept the underwriter.*!  from selling the craft until long after  lt had become generally believed that  6he was a total wreck. Consequently  the auctioneer cried the good ship  Dorothea many times without getting  a bid. Finally the young apprentice  jokingly bid $5, and. as nobody would  bid bi-her. the vessel and her cargo  were knocked down tb bim. Imagine  the astonishment of, the maritime'  world when the Dorothea was reported  sailing into Delaware bay. The apprentice sold his prize, for enough to  start him ln business, and for years  the house thus founded was one of the  leaders in enterprise and resources In  the Quaker City. But at all times the  head of the firm and his family successors made a point of owning and  operating a ship named the Dorothea,  which name also was always given to  the oldest daughter in each succeeding  generation.       ,  Shortly before the Spanish war, however, the then head of the house was  ln failing health, and tbe only hope of  saving his life, he was advised, was to  live at sea. Accordingly, he gave an  order to the Cramps for a large and  luxuriously appointed yacht to be  called the Dorothea, of course, and no  expense was spared in her construction  and equipment. Unfortunately, death  came to the owner before his yacht  was quite finished, and the. government  paid a fancy price for the Dorothea  early in 1S98.  t With the close of the war there was  no purely naval duty for which the  Dorothea was fitted, and yet the government did not wish to sell her. be-  cause-tbere-w-as-no-possibllityTof-get-  ting a price for her anything like what  she had cost. She was accordingly  laid up until the naval reserves succeeded In convincing the navy department that they were eutit'ed,to her.  A prominent New York physician  is recommending his palients to use  tho typewriter, on "the ground that  the noiso of tho machine nets ns a  nerve sedative.  Minard's Liniment, Lumberman's  Friend  OurNeto  Hair Vigor  Ayer's Hair Vigor was good,  the best that was made. But  Ayer's Hair Vigor, new Improved formula, la better, It  i* thr} one grest specific for falling hair. A new preparutloa In  everyway. New bottle, New  contents. Ask your druggist to  show Jttoyou, "thenew kind."  rw������ not ct-c-gi (hi i9kr of .',',*. ,W,,  A  vers  .��������������� ale Witt.***, bottle  ���������   abc-wlt to j*. at*  ���������*r��������� dootor  Ask bin .boat it,  t-Mdt as hstajrt  The animal trainer having been  taken suddenly ill, his wife reported  for duty in bin stead.  "Havo vou over hnd any oxporl.nce  in this line?" asked the owner of  the circus and menagerie, with somo  doubt.  "Not just exactly in this lino," alio  Maid, "but my husband manngea tho  boasts nil right, dooBn't hoP"  "Ho certainly does."  "Well, you ought to see how easily  I can manage him,"*-Chiongo Tribune.  Accident- to yonr horse-  may happen at any moment.  GET READY for emergencies.  Buy a bottle of  Fellows'Lcemlng's  Essence  Por Lameness In Horses  Only 00c a bottle ��������� and met  dollars worth of time by curing  lameneM of every description.  At dealers, or from ta  National Druf *Oh������m(e������IOo., Limited,  MONTRIAL  I N't  %_  ^  Aa ve now moke our new' Hsir Vigor It  dees not h_vo tbe slightest effect upon  tbe color ef tbe -htir. You miy use It  freely end for sny length of time with-  ���������it feir of changing tbe color. Stops  falling hsir. Cures dandruff.  -*-__t4������"tTtU*/.0._^f_.0^_^l41,|_^-*--  "The World In Full of Pain���������The  aches and pains that afflict hu*  inanity aro many and constant, arising from a multitude of indistinguishable causes, but in the main  owing to man's nogligonco in taking  -iiiy oi Jij- iioiuui. Dr. ilioiniiH' Jio*  1 <"���������''!rle Oil u.'t.i Uio uuUuinv ot a universal cry for somo specific which  would speedily rolieve pain, and it  Ihih filled its mission to a remarkable degree,  "Tha bout disciplinarian I ever  know,    says a retired army officer,  was a colonel I Horvod with during  tho civil war. Onco wo wero recon*  nollering n position which tho enemy  held witli a considerable foreo,  "'Wo will take that place tomorrow,  ho said.  "���������Wbv, onlnrto],' J exclaimed, 'iV������  impossible!'  '''Impossible! Nonsense, sir!' ho  snorted. 'I have the order in my  pocket.'"���������Kansas City Timea.  Wet-rented to 0tre Set/efeofron,  Gombault's  Caustic Balsam  Kit Inldtort Bui No Competitors.  A Safe, Speedy and Positive Cure tor  ������*<rK Splint, Bwway, Ct.pr,id Seek,  Btr-I*,**-  I***,,"*,***.,   ttmafar,  wi-J  Bund-UN* trmltonn or OatUe,  _lt,_n,#' S-T*���������* "If. wHrtpUfS ������ roul������r������,  ���������Uitlmonlfti*. -������<*. Ad,lr������u ���������������������*���������������������-������������������,  Thi la wf tec.* Williams Co., Toronto, Ofit.  VV.   N.   U.   No.   043  It was not a modern American writ  ���������r who, discussing the children, wrote  if them thus: "How many are there  vho will give place to a man out of  respect to his age and dignity? Tbey  ire shrewd men already and know  everything, They are in awe of nobody, but take themselves for their  own example." These were the words  of "Pliny the younger used In one of  his famous letters during the fli-st  Christian century, but tbey will strongly apply to much of the young America of today.  SHABBY PORT SAID,  ���������P_-a-a__n_p-MM>������*' -���������������������������������-���������  "The. Gateway. to the East" a Cheap  and Flimsy Place,  After n quiet night in the roads  the dock passed into the vestibule of  the cnnal before the nssembled motley crew thnt comprises the population nf the plnce. Cheap, flimsy, shabby Port Said���������-nn exceedingly inflated  fake, About the wildest excitement  in sight that nicrht wns n "moving  picture" show wiih nllopod "comics."  A Indies' brnss band was attached,  nnd after every "spiel" the ladies  pnve a sweet smilo with ench plate  contribution. Of course there is tho  Arab quarter, which a half dozen or  so "Champagne Charlies" that follow  you about nre anxious for you to soo,  but, nobody poos there after nightfall.  From dowr nt the end of tho dark,  unllghtod strei'tf* like the murmurinna  of n stngo mob onrnos the noiso of  tho oonlinp of ships, All dny and nil  night they con I nt Port Said. The  coal imps in "sltoits" and turban or  fo7. keep -top with patterinp foot to  a prolonged wailing yoll without ho*  ginning nnd without ond as bononth  baskets of dusty coal they crawl out  of the lighter up the hi ah side of the  ship, Undor tho flickering smoky  glare of groat torches naked yelling  figures fill tho baskets of tho endlong  chain thnt to a weird, formless chant  poos round nnd round up the springy  plank nnd hnok again.  As you look over the side it needs  no stretch of fancy to Ioro the seiwo  of the primy coal ilust. tlio smut and  -wrnt *-? 1!;,. ������������������!],--.;, .)*.,* ,,t  !,..,.��������� ,.]  dnmnns in n din-l-onm*"' pit -***rr*pini",  always sernpinp, thn darkness into  baskets for tlio wailing lino of thoir  long, loan nnd lank brothers, who  hoist their, burdens on naked should*  .rs nnd loin tlio weird parnde. In  <it������ ruddy ginr������ of ihe torch thfltr  tooth show white nnd thoir skins a  dull rod, only to ho swallowed up in  a moment in tho dull orange plow thnt  en vol ops nil. ���������*  Fantastically nlmost the ship builds  np out of tho fv-nfiislon liclow, Vnpuo.  ly mfiwtn, rippinc. funnels nnd ventj.  Intnrs nre oiiflipod or touched hf-To  nnd Hn-rn with i, dclif-ntf ro������v In-lit  so full of suMlo * norm hi c- thnt the t*rt>  tiro fnlrir i������ b'lill up by n tow iiip.  postivo liu-nt-j. ������������������'Miff iho' whole In re.  rmfltcd in ������till dark wntors ben,atb.���������  W. J. Aylward in Scribner'a.  99.90# Pure  ���������That's what make-  SL George's  Baking Powder  90 satisfactory. It is the purest  Cream of Tartar Baking Powder  that Science can make.  Send for our tree Cook-Book���������  fall of choice new recipes.  NoHoetl IJrag & Chetnlcat Co,  tt   of C_n������_*, _,imit������d, Montreal  You have heird of bbcuits���������and  read ofbucuits���������and eaten bucuiti���������  but you don't know biscufe���������until  yon try Mooney's Perfection Cream  Sodas. They are everything tbat  the ideal bkcuits should be.  The air >tight, roobture- proof  package bring* tbem to yoa fresh,  crisp, inviting.  Practically every grocer in Canada  hu MOONEY'S. Yours will get  them if yon ask.   In i it 3 lb. pkgs.  fERFEPIOW  .���������jTHflTFOUP , C^fjfl-- -,"'  ���������and all stomach  and bowel disorders.  Makes puny babies  plump and rosy. Proved  by 50 years' successful  use. Ask your druggist  for it���������  Nurses' ud Mothers' Treasure  ^0- -*^25e,^o beitlM $1.25.  It-O-aiDi-to: Chtniiad Co., Uc-tecJ  Mowr*_l  _C  Kendall's Spavin Core g"i  Spavins  Here Is just one cat-  out of thousunds���������  IUmiota, Man,,  ���������*_. .March is,'06.  , "Thla Ja to testify to  the value of Kendall's  Spavin Cure as a  Snovln Remedy and  Liniment for general  use. I used it for  Spavins on a colt two  years ag-o, and found it a complete cure."  Wm.Jutrgtm.  Saw yonr horse Tfith Ksndall's-the  mirecure for alt Bony Growths. Swellings  and It-menes*. Ji a bottle-- for ���������*}. Our  pre-at ������wok-."Treatiie on the Horse"-  free from dealers or so  Of. I. J. Ktn-sll Co,, Enitbon fills, Vtmwnt, U.U.  WILSON'S  FLY  PADS  ���������vary paekat  will kill  mora fllsj* than  aoo -hMta  ofatloky papar  ��������� HOLD ������V ���������  0BUCCI8T8, GROCERS MO CENERAl STORES  10e. per paelitt, ar a *inftkft������_ far **���������*������������������.  will fart ��������� whole aoaaon.  trains  Thsf -r-oftsti 14, slight thst on* Is  almost aiharaM to oairit ��������� si*,������ii,,������n,i  y������t tha rstatlon Is eliisa, Huiii.tiuies  a strain Js mors dang'rnns, lx*r���������������sfl  nsglaoted, Tosrsfort sw>ly at one*,  .INIMENT  b-eaoM **rl__s rasults hi.*** mm* trmn  ���������> *trt-ii-.iirl iotuU, ������������!���������, "ii Ui*  jraw,, wliltf s-s-slliiii, arm ������*>,-*, lallon,  Usii*4lr ������ few doses ot Unimsnt cum. THE_NE^, CUMBERLAND, BRITISH: C0LU1\X_3IA.  jLocal Items-  Mr aud Mrs  Ronald returned  from Nanaimo on Saturday.  -������������������������-  Mrs T. Bickle and Miss Rlioda  have returned from a pleasant trip  to Victoria,  Miss I^ena Pvingle of Welriny-  ton arrived Saturday to take  charge of one of the divisions iu  the public school.  Miss Haggart is home from a  pleasant trip to friends iu Nanaimo.  Mrs. T. Horne was a passenger to Nanaimo last week.  Mrs. Frank Jaynes is in   Victoria having gone down last week.  Dr. Quinlan, formerly of Victoria and Nelson, but now a resident of Cumberland, and oue of  the best known dentists in British  Columbia, visited here last week  ���������The North (Joast.  The many friends of Mr Horace McPhee will be pleased to  learn that he is recovering from  his recent illness as rapidly as  can be expected.  On Saturday a prominent" citi- |  zen drove to Union Bay and ship  ped his buggy on the City of Nan ���������  aimo., Believing that the mare  having left a small foal here iu  the city, would find her way back  alone, the owner headed lier for  Cumberland and uni. d her loose  Ins'.ead of taking the road for it  the lively lictle animal took tiie  railroad track, probably think1 ng  it the shortest way ���������Shortly the  engine came up beli'm-d her; nnd  there was a beautiful race. The  "toot, too'" had thceiteciofspur  ring the horse on, and she won  out until the Trent rivi-r bridge  was readied, when probably scent  ing danger ahead, and knowing  she had won the raco in any case  she turned aside nnd permitted  the train to pnss. Shortly afterward t-he walked into town with  her head tip as gay as you please  The conductor failed in his duty  when he did not time the race  but he says it was the swifiest'.he  ever saw.  Oyster Bay, N. ������., Aug���������The  Atlantic battleship fleet will start  for the Pacific next. December. It  will consist oi 16 battleships and  will go through the Straits-of Ma  gcllaa and up to San Francisco  and will probably ai*.o visit..Pug-  et ijouuu. There is abo destroyer afloat.  -.*>-  Ottawa, Aug. 24th ���������From rel  iable .sources it is learned Hon.  G. P. Graham will succeed Hon  S. C. Hymati as minister of Pub  lie Works and that the Hon. R.  Emerson will be succeeded as  minister of Railways and  Canals  by Hon W. P. Pugsley.  ��������� 0���������   tOVINClAL EXHIBITION  I This range's oven is irthe.  ^larger than seems  j necessary, but you'll ,  I like the extra room,  since it takes *^.v  . less   fuel   and   '���������''-*  1 less fuss to do  I better baking.   / \\ *> .*&  $sr_-,r������~       I",-.-.,!    <���������>}.  I Oven    lined  I with heavy as-  | bestos to keen ^ * -  9 heat where ii   t  ;4,  I belongs; top, \i]*K  I bottom and bat k W-������\  I uniformly       ������- -J1-3 v,  I thick.    ^ *fa ������ ���������_*  -tff-^y-*#*������������������; *->���������������*���������/��������� ���������<-*'������������������*���������  Mrs. J. Kesley was a passenger  home ou Saturday.  Mr, George Shearei who has  been away for sometime has returned to Cumberland again.  Ottawa, Aug: 24th���������Department of Justice to-day sent out  notices offering reward $500 for  the arrest of Bill Miner,    .  Mr, Basil  Prior   was  around  town a few davs last week.  Mrs. George,Brown and family  from near -Edinburgh, Scotland,  -aiT-iv-edrOn-^  join husband and lather here. Mi-  Brown has purchased the. residence owned by Mr- A. H. Peacey  on Maryport-Aveune where the  family will reside in future. Mr.  Brown who has been here several months is well satisfied with  present conditions of the camp  and is delighted with the climate  Mr, J. Bry'den of Victoria returned to his home on Saturday  after spending a few days in the  town the guest of his sou Mr. J.  Brydeu.  Mrs. F. Little who has been  camping at Gartley Point, accom  panied by Miss Dunbar and Miss  kawson, returned to Victoria on  Saturday.  ,--______tm___M_uuiv_____������aB_.������_ia^  FOUND���������A valuable fur on Courtenay Road, ,,l_o a gcmi.iruii's cap. Owners will find same at News office. '  Take Notice that I have   (lis*.used  of  my business to  Mali  Ten,  and   all ae  counts owing by me  must be   p-e^ented  for payment at my present place of business, ut soon as possible,  August 2Jst, J907.  '   . \_ .��������� HI LEE.  TAKE NOTICE that I intend t_ apply at the meeting of the Licence Com- ���������  aiissioners on tbe nth day of September  1907, for a transfer of the hotel liquor j  licence held by me'for the Vcndome Ho- 1  tel, situated on-Dunsmuir Avenue, Lot $ |  _JJ.l.Q.ck_.3._������imiberland.Jl C, to John K. .J.  Rannerman of the same.  Dated August 21st, 1907.     ;  CHK1ST0PHKR CAN NER,  *nimmmt������arzrrj*^-.���������tejto-mW!xii**?iTi* ������������������-*?*i**������re'***������'ja,ti'-srwt*i &e*.tjLV**mXuraxrmn '  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  the undeiRoted have made applications  for a transfer Hotel Licence under the  provisions of the statutes in   that behalf  From George Howe, Nelson Hotel,  Union Hay. to John A, Fraser and,  Charles k.  Bishop,  From Peter McDonald, Waverlcy Hotel, Shoal Hay, to Daniel Ferguson.  The Board of Licence commissioners  will meet to consider the above applications'on Thursday the*. 19th day ot September, 1907, at the Lock-up, Union Bay.  Daied at Cumberl-ind this 23rd day uf  Au-just.,1907.  JOHN THOMSON  Chief Licence  Inspector.  Comox Licence Dist  Victoria,--B.C.'  .   *      .      ��������� r  r_ .__.-__,----u*-i-*'-*_-va**^^  September, 24 to 28  *W ft ���������  *->  __���������>  door can'z  si  ���������jt r <r -   - -_>������������������>     v < ������������������ rj'v ������. *,      '      l'j-*A,'i> ������������������  Way the f*rc doer'f.birllt, a:;d the special draft design,  make this tho-most cc-nsitive of ranges to control,-H  y to mansffi, s::re to satisfy.   Come and look it|  over,���������you've neon no nmj;o like it for the money.  THE GUEKEI FOUNDRY .. ^$00MB&  |W   CO., LIMITID ff^0^^'        Toronto  ������^53jf#^        Montreal Hamilton  J^^^^mAW^    Winnipeg Calgary Vancouver  BIGGER   and   BETTER  THAN    EVER  VALUABLE    TitCPAY-   CUPS  ������nd SPECIAL PRIZES in  EVERY DEPARTMENT.  For Sale by Magnet Cash Store, Sole Retail Agents.  IKE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Cavital. _3,.'.'0,000  'Kesj-hvb, H-,390,000  EXPENDED on GROUNDS snd  -=_^U^.r^l"__-N^=*^^  _*f*i_  Miss Hazel Parks who has been  visiting friends in Nanaimo returned home Saturday.  ays  a i ul OT IIE Li ATT R A CT IONS.  ENTRIES CLOSE  SEPIV I6th  EXCURSION   RATES   FROM  ALL   POINTS,  Write  for Prize List.  Assets,   $45,400,000  Drpobitb, 882,.00,000  The Manager of the Royal Bank of Canada  will be -pleased, to serve those  who   believe   in  Saving    Money  and placing it where it will earn Interest.     _ X  Interest Added Four Times a Yea.* in Savings Bank. ������ .,��������� X'  ���������IMU���������������������������������������������ll **������������������ iilirri^ir^**"-'*****1���������'****-''**"     ���������t-i.        i     i    i ���������_ i  m ������������������*_'_   a. i*WMi__*i**rTi--i'ii-i ____ t������i**i,_ _���������      '   .*>>_&���������������������������������-_������������������: <t^ '  A. B. NETHERBY,   Makaokk.      |  1 &&&#&<&������$*<>$f &$&$$$$*> 94>*>f<><$fff*>4$4>e>e>e>e>f ���������������������������������������������  ���������  ���������  ,.^.���������.^...,-..^.  <J. "Ea Smartc  P.,,0. Drawer 701  Secy-Trcii.  Victoria,  B. C.  rrt*������w.xrama vmpamm  SALE  O o     ���������  Merchant  JL _*f__Jl_LO_t4i  LADIES' TAILOU-MA.de COSTIJME8 A SPECIALTY  SUITS OlflDE TO   ORDER AflD  IM ANY STYliE YOU U-lISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From'920 to'$40/ ,/  mZHm*������'m*m'mmWmnUt.'m WM  C U MB ER.Jy.__ N D,  b. e.  Mr. M. Perez of Courtenay has  joined the grand army of bene  diets and with his bride will  reside in the beautiful home recent  ly purchased from Mrs, Berkley.  Rev. J. A. Logan, of Kburne,  Synod convener for Ii, C, visited  Comox last week and held a meet  ing in the Presbyterian church,  Saudwick, to discuss Sunday  School work with thn church  workers,  Card of Thank-.,  Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Fraser of  Coniox wish to take this opportunity of thanking friends and  neighbors for the many kindnesses shown during their recent  trouble.  C3__.T-_t5^3a.'****s**e:  "S-Ji'ii -I-1 mb*** 'B fiTtesaa**,"**  FOUND���������Ou Thursday last  a watch charm-valuable. Apply Nkws office.  Large  and  UP-to-Oatc  Stock of  Guns  Rifles  and  Ammunition  At The  Big Store  ���������pet our Prices  IU'-ft WJt.-W.-M *-*������"��������������� \**S,J>*tm*^  ajemraeeeremmemt tt >-w������ ���������__���������> ��������� **#*-.\j������.������,w-j*������-_h.**  '>>  'V  t  f  4>  f  ��������� ���������  ;���������������*-, ���������*.  ; T-i ^^^^  Ai  f  Z TUXINOVEUS, TAKTS,  f CHEESE CAKES,  | F8U1-X  tOXJABES^,  X 2Self*  per doz.  f  <������,'  '*'  '���������-'  ���������i  ���������-v.  CREAM PUFFS.... 80c, doss.  MEAT PIES  Bvery Saturday  3 for 25c  I  <���������*������  4>  WWI������������:nMWM������l>*l  t  I  <^4'<4kS,*<*>'������ ..ar^ixi^Kfo.-i'.^ ,%> *>^>%>^<b  BAKERY  _E.  A Fine Opportunity to Invest   E'rafiti-Vily  Owing to the scarcity of labor  I am compelled to sell my herd  of pure bred and high grade  dairy stock consisting of;���������  Tho Prfoi" Bull, TiwbIo Onrl, No. 2W,  bred by II, ]-������(.nnll, Oh*. nminiiH, II. 0.  I Btijl ll yom'N tihl, mul 7 IhiikI ot cows  two yottrH old anil yonvlinga, in lots to  flUil, pill'(!)ll|B(?)'fl.  nlwi  t No. 2 Oomhinotl Olnirn find, Huttcr  Worker.  1 fill Gallon Hand orPowor Ohuru.  1 MiiHon Utuidor Power Jltittor Work-  fi*.  '2 TiO Onllon Hoyd Cronrn VntB,  1 r.ul)i*���������i,U ti Ilottlo ToHter.  1 'J'lirhiiift Orimni Sopuriitor.  1 No. il Hand or Power Sojmrutor.  1 i}^ h, \\. KiirIuo anil Holler,  These articles are as good as  ���������*<���������.������������������������   fnt- ti*-.v������ itit-l will bf������   sold   tit,  u DIG REDUCTION from cast.  RVRON CRAWFORD.  Courtenay, B.C.  ���������VvT-EDTOUTIsra-   G^IFTS  ���������**_<_xgx_x������--a(i_^^  ���������A*  ������  *_)  (a)  Written in RED to call your ATTENTION,  vluu thu,c tlioro iii no uooo,sny to suml Evit for your Wudrting Gi'iu, an tho  Ham. Good-j can bo pnrolniHOil from tho uailorriignfld for LESS MONKY,  llow iii thi*j clono? Well! by no Clorlm to pay, low reut, oto,, knowing  whore to lmy and paying Cash for muno. STERLING SILVER, SILVER  PLATE CUT GLASS, LEATHER GOODS, DIAMOND GOODS, etc., oto.  ' STODDART, the Jeweler,  (���������)  i (���������)  (B������@������������������(a,^^  To mako fortunes  of the future you must  put   something   into  the present  The BRITISH  JUST OUT  Gold-Coppers Pay  Big   Dividends     all  over British   Columbia  COLUMBIA ILLUSTRATED,  Contninliiff ovor 100 Viowfl in .avorytliinf*,   Po������t pnld 2Co., stumps  mt'UllHT I'HOVINt'lO IN THK 11111X1811 I'Ml'IUK,  BUTQHBB SHOP-  A woman mny cook ,t j*ooil roast, bm thai is h���������r business,  A man in ty enjoy a j-ood roast, but tli-u's Un, hu^uwut,  \V,,   A}  'I  im,,-: "f  i'i)b,  it*  'Hilton, il:.ti,.i.,i:r bu.,i!ii;...  Comox Co-operative Society,  F AITKEN,Manager.  Nothln ���������  1.1 SKEI). NothinK GAINED.     NothiiiR VENTUKKD, Nothing WON  Spl-enctkl Opportunity to lnv������������t.  Tho richoHt in.'ii in tho world wo invi-Rlini' in ll.V. Ooj)[wr-Golil mid Silvor^Minos  Why enn't you bci*in uowlf  Tho Kroiitont Qolil-Ooppor Dlacovery of tho  Agi' Ik in Hi'IUhIi Oolunibia.  BIS FOUR COUSOIIDATED SOLD MINES, ltd.  Capital -   -   $826,000.  Evory Dollar Sub-i'i'tbotl used in Duvoiopniont of Minos.  Si'KCiAL Okpkk* SOo. pur 8iiark,  Mines Uimatly wont oi am hoi, w-uuw t-f.iiii.i-_ ������������i _ u,-,, ,.ooul ^11,1.t* ivui ASo. *_ nrv  iilttittielZ nu*i "*-"i ui' U'SIW; .'UJiiri'iJ^i'liilntnl ���������MiniTur nn,1 Wrncllli^f VmJ p,iU  mlii, Ltd. diiir.*-Sir-l) ench; Clinnt Ciilifornin BhnrPH nbnnt Jlldj Grnnby Mm_g  p������Ulnw������r������-,ono.iKKJ (livlrlond- in IflOftj   Wb Four n-sfinyH from 85to*J������00ln aold  ooppor, b Ivor, with H_ por coin in tho Trcnsury un rnilwiiy uimr eni-llor. '  Notb.���������Motstof tliiHo mini's Bold for n fow oeriH onoo, but ovor oniiitrilined even  .,,.,,- , iv v.oi HivldotH'lK    Hirr ffinr will ium|i to*l wmjii,  Uo-fifnna Mines received Hit-heat, AwnuiK tor rioheut Kold-oopiier oie Bont to 8_  Louta Expwltlon* BW FOUR hod BEST DIHPLAY nt Dominion Pair, Now  WeBtminster, B' C. No Iobb thim 100 shares sold. yimreB enn be bad ou instnl*  ment plnn, oryonrly eontraet, 15 pr cent oi*������b, bnJnnee mor.thly.  Company hns uo debts or Unbilltie*-.    Rend for illuptrnted Prnspcotui to Beoy.  BIG FOUR MINES Ltd., P.O. Box 174, VANCOUVER.B.C.  How to get a Watch FREE���������Call at  the News office and \vc will tdl you how to  git one of SUuldart's without money,

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