BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Cumberland News Aug 9, 1910

Item Metadata


JSON: xcumberland-1.0176914.json
JSON-LD: xcumberland-1.0176914-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xcumberland-1.0176914-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xcumberland-1.0176914-rdf.json
Turtle: xcumberland-1.0176914-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xcumberland-1.0176914-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xcumberland-1.0176914-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

 ,<? s  *       ** ��������� #, "#,���������.*. *,  A. Journal Devoted E������p������clally9 to ths������ Interests* of Comox Dlatrtct.  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND B. 0.,   TUESDAY, AUG. 9, .910  Subscription $1,00 a Year  THE BIG STORE  mmr*mtSa+**m*+mmm(\fm*ma  Reductions  In AH Summer Goods  "~T"**-' '"^g'w^/****    "  We will   not  carry  anything over for next  season���������everything MUST GO.    We cannot name evetything.    Call  and**  see values    .,...'...-  SHIO-BS  New shipments in men's, women's & Children's .^iV  FROM THE LEADING MAKERS  CJLOa?_E3IX3srO    ���������"  Reduced price on every suit in the store for Pay Day  " SATISFACTION'& FIT   GUARANTEED.  GKROCEIRIEIS  We. endeavor to'keep nothing but bright clean stock. Try a*  jar of our Libby's Sliced Bacon, abeady sliced aud packed in-*  glass jars. No waste, no flies, splendid for campers  V       .        GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.  r+Al��������� ameejemeay^'^mma^  * ' ���������  Simon Leiser & Go., Ltd,  Dunsmuir Ave.,  Cumberland.  T MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  FOR  3eds and  Wallpaper  Mixed  Paints  ���������H^H*4*^**t*HK*������-H^"^H  STOVES  and  RANGES  ^*������*''I****"I"**,"I*-]I,>*If*I"'������**I**������,*'i*���������I"l*"* "  TRY  The Magnet  THE  Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.,  THE CORNER STORE  **>fia***4**4*+*+ir*r*a**^  Be 5ure  <s*s  TO VISIT  OUE STORE  ON  ITEXT.  Obituary.  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in nil Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  Eight Miles of Line  On Valdez Island.  Qood Progress on Dominion Tel-  egroph  Extension ��������� West  Coast  Wire  Improvements,  Work on the extension und  Do mi n i011 G 0 v e r n in c 111  telephone and telegraph  ncrvice on the coast is proceed  ing rapidly. During the last two  weeks about eight miles of luud  !!;;c ua V-iM;-.' Irhnrt. I-.-*.--.* lif>**n  h'luufr am) il U auilcip.itea that'  the new extension through the  Gulf Islands, particulars ofwhich  luve already beeu published will  be    CUmpiclCU     all    A    LUUj/.C    of  mouths.  Several gangs of workmen are  at present employed along the  we*t coast telegraph Hue  placing it in -dial*, to n_.v.st the  winter storms. KcpoMntj. build-  lag nud restoring bridge* and re*  Lx-rjition ot the line in some of  the bud p-Iuces constitute ihe  chief -work in progiww. It i* an  tiefpated fnn*\ with t!)���������**������������������������ hit-  provoneiits, the west coast wire  will give uninterrupted service  during the coming winter.  Firemen's Banquet  Th������ Ownberbind Firemen held  a most sunsces-fnl banquet nt tin*  Wnverly Hot.*-!, on Monday evening, about forty, including the  guests of tlieevtnlng, sitting down  to a bounteous spread provided hy  Mrs, DalloH. Mayor Ma-Donald  nuule tt   most  capable chairman,  Aftor tlio innur man had been  amply attended to, a lung lint of  toasts whs gone through, interspersed with songs, ruuitations und in*  ett'itmantul selections.. Everybody  seemed to enjoy thenu-'ulves thor*  oin-ltlv   nnd   wliv  iintV-.tho  ���������!,���������,������  *m e    ' 9  hovs  beliii*   "Hind   ('ntcvtidni'V*'  Tho banquet wns brought to n  clone at 1 a.m.  VV to D.irn STORK.  Determined to uniko thu Big  Store thu most up.to date general  stow ou Vancouver Island. Mnn  ������g������r \V. K, Lawrence, left uu Sun-  dity'** boat for V'Uiccumir, wltetv  lie will motst tin* wprewuitatives of  ���������some of the leading extern whole*  sale Iioiiwwi, hikI will piireliH-.e ������������������������<-  teu*iv������|y for fall. Mr. Lswrtnce  has hoi] twelve ytmr* eijU'rieiict-  tn buying, snd ttm In* Hi,*' ������������������,���������;������������������  to give the ptvpji* of Cumberland  tho newftit nnd im-������t ii|i-tu dale of  fall good..  Once Again it is our sad duty  to chronicle the-death of another  old familiar-face which the grim  reaper has taken from our midst,  in the person of Mrs. Macdonald,  beloved wife, of Mr. George G.  Macdonald; ot Comox, who died  on Saturday, August 6th.    Mrs.  Mncdouald had been ill for quite  a long time and everything med  ical aid could do was done to relieve her sufferings, but alasl she  passed away on the above date.  The  deceased lady was well and  .favorably known throughout the  district having, resided in Comox  for a great  many  years.   She  lenvea a luisbaud aud six daughters to mourn her Ions, viz: Mrs.  John   Baiid  nud  Mrs. Richard  Hay, of  this city; Mrs, Greeu*  shields and Mrs. Fred. Richard*  sou, of Vancouver;  Mrs. Percy  Smith, of Denman Island; and  Miss Maude Macdonald, ot Com  ox.    Tbe funeral takes place t"*  day. Tuesday, for interment in  terment iu the Presbyterian cemetery, Saudwick,  where the   remains will be laid by the side ot  her daughter., Mrs.  Harry Mc*  Clus������ky,  who died just  a  few  mouth-) ago,  '     m      I"  Fatal Mine Accident  ���������loneph hnrdoni was killed by 1,  ������������������hot nt No, 7 mine,  on Rnlurdny  miUllllg Jtlhl.      IV _J')il-Hte.lilttl   V*Mt|j  wlmts worn biting   tir������������il    at th"  Mine time iu   .*l���������i*e   proxlmitv.  The devenMid Imaring one go oi!  find thinking thst it was his,  i-*'-  MiiliTi'd tin* pliu'i*' lie wiih Working,  tuni liU ahot -L",ini* off was JnMnnt-1  ly killed.   Mi, Biirdoui, who wh*  but ������ ������b������irt time lu-r������ leavi*- a  wifr nml fatuity in t'nlyt of which  ^tuiiipy fit****** n iih*')*-'..   *[*Im������ f������  uvuit. v.liiv.d, took ���������jkl.n.'u ou  Mon-1  day, wns mn*, of the Intgpat Mirer j  Mt-ii in Camlierl'iiid, the most ������������������������*  ' Ui* ft liu* luiner* ������U end ing.    The j | <  funeral procession was headed by  the Cumberland bund. The interment took place nt Cumberland  Catholic cemetery. Rev. father  Mortons, ofii-inting.  High School Exams.  The results of fhe High School  examinations have been given  out by the Educational Depart  ment and those of our local High  School must be highly gratifying  to parents nnd teachers alike,  Nine candidates took the examination and all were successful.  In the preliminary course,  Miss Marion Mouuce heads the  local list with 701 marks, an average of almost 78 per cent.  nnd is closely followed by Miss  bizzie Gibson with 694 marks,  Iu the advanced course, Charles Duncan is top of the local  students wiih 838 marks to his  credit, an excellent average of  nearly 84 p. c. which places him  second in the whole province  and only 14 murks behind the  highest pupil.  The detailed rc-ulis arc as follows;���������  (trade,     preliminary,  mmBmemMmwatm  Junior  Don'tforget.  I J^NHvTcbEGD������������������  %       Dunsmuir Avonue, CUMBERLAND, B.C.  YOUR NAME IS GOOD.  ._*���������-_._���������.-������������������fl,...   -/-fr.-..^    ,.   i^n,MT^>-1j*^r-Ml^il  ANYTHING IN  THE  JEWELRY   LINE  SOLD on SMALL  MONTHLY  PAYMENTS  t2fnm*myaafm*Mnmm\jmaa*yjmma^ atm\^aa\jmma*\^4j^  STODDART  THE JEWELLER.  g0** Next .loor to the Royal Hank of Canada, Cutnlwrland.  The drinking of an abundiinco  of water will provent appundietis,  beaause iipjictidieiis is tl������o result of  c.otiBtip'itiutt and constipation is tho  renal> of Insullloiunt hilo nud in *  MttUckut supply of liquids, That's  what unoNe.hiuigesitys,anyway. If  anybody wants nny further Vcimoiis  they'll have to go els-wliei'*** for  we'rt* not Inn*, to run the doctors  out of biisiue.s,  course��������� Maximum    900;    pas*-  mark 450.  Marion  Mouuce...701  Lizzie Gi'-son 694  H'tbbie Duncan... .668  Eraiik Shoplaud.. ,593  Eva Bickle......, ,547  Mabel Matbewson  521  Junior Grade, advance course  Maximum :oon; pass mark $������o.  Charles Duncan..,838  May Bate 651  Eflle MacPadyen...soo  OK  ���������^���������nB  M.i, ll. Ahnuim wns m |iHHMingi!r  t������ Union Buy by SuturdHy's lw������it,  *rammmTr\mmaeWm\m  MEN'S  HATS  ALL OUR MEN'S FELT, STRAW A CANVAS HATS  at HALF PRICE, SATURDAY  Men's Soft Felt Hats iii Black and Navy Greeu aud Light Blue  Regular *.v00, SATURDAY $1,75  Men's Canvas Hats, Regular 75c. to #������.oo, SATURDAY 38C.  Men's Ftraw lints, Si 75 lo * 2 00.  SATURDAY $1.00  Men's Clothing All REDUCED FOR SATURDAY.  f  CJAmPBi--.L.L_   BROS. *���������  Dansmaif Avenue Cumberland  m THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  * His  Cour  ���������#  tship,  By HELEN R. MARTIN,  of "TUIn: A Me-Mvon'l- M_i_."  Oanright, tun. by HeOun. PtiSUtfm^Ca.  (Continued.)  It wns at 5 o'cioek on Sunday after-  noon that he present-?*- himself lit the  home of Miss Wolcott. He sent in his  card nnd waited on the piazza, which  was furnished like a sitting room and  fibnded by screens from the hot summer Rim. His suspense us to the outcome of the Impending interview made  him too uneasy to sit still, and he'  paced the long porch In his nervousness, wondering for the hundredth time  how he could most convincingly relate  his story and trying to school himself  against too great Minitness in the delicate matter he had to handle. He  rather took it out of the porch furniture before Miss Wolcott made her appearance, for In striding about he  pushed things ruthlessly out of his  way, nenrly upsetting a spindle legged  table holding a slender vase of roses  and making a stool noisily collide with  ���������mother table covered with books and  magazines.  A sudden swish of skirts In the doorway made him turn about at the end  of the porch and come buck quickly to  meet the uncomfortably stout lft*lp  womau who walked forward to grc  hirr  Though Mian Wolcott was gowned  to the thinnest of white material she  looked overheated. Her complexion  was distressingly florid, her movements were ungraceful and her voico  had an unpleasant sharpness. Kinross felt his already faint hopes fail  him entirely as he realized the general hardness of her aspect He  pinned his case upon what he believed  he recognized in her countenance, in  ���������^spite-o^it8-coldnefs__uiJiRrjgLtj)_*gS^L  character that perhaps justified, some-  what, her pride ot blood.  "It Is good to see yon again. Dr.  Kinross," she began as they sat down  together. "It is always a pleasure to  me to meet old friends. Did you know."  ���������she continued volubly, "I had a call  from your brother one day last winter,  when he had run on to Washington  from New York���������It was on one of my  at home days and of course he met a  lot of his old friends���������and he remarked  ns be wns leaving how pleasant it had  been to meet them. I told him he  would never meet any but old acquaintances at my house. In our circle  ���������we don't meet the new people, for-  This wns n good beginning, certainly.  "But what a tragic* deprivation to tho  new people!" lie remarked, with n perfunctory smile Intended to take tho  edge off Ills snrcasm,  "I am aware," she said stlflly. "thai  you do not shnro my strong feeling-,  about such things."  "No." he said, "I'd associate with tho  devil If I found lilm Interesting."  "Such boheinian views live unworthy  of your blood," sho said with gruvo  repronchfulness, "I hope you don't  go ao fur as to bo willing to marry out  of your rank?"  "No, I draw tho line there. I'm not  willing to marry out of my rank-nor  yet In It. I'm quite unwilling to marry  stall."  "You haven't been un easy prey," she  admitted, "How have you managed to  escape fulling In lovo nil these ytmrs't"  "Rut love li/iHii't unything tu do with  rank���������If you'll pardon my platitudes,"  "No one. man or woman, need permit himself to fall In love outside of  his own station In life." sho snld dogmatically, "or tf ho Is ho weak let him  conquer himself."  Kinross mulled and wiih silent II*-  ���������would not urgim,  Miss Wolcott abruptly changed the  WUhJiH't.  "Well, Peter, what Is this 'Important  IiuhIiichi, unit lev' which gives in*, tin1 j  pleasim* of a call from you'*' Vour tel-1  ���������Tgi-nui has miiilc nu* very eurloiw, I j  didn't know how to wnlt until yon j  got here," j  "But you must really wait ��������� few mo  mciits longer.    I must mil be proclpl i  tale.    Thill's the one thing I've l-een i  telling myself till Ihe way hero   not to*  I* prt-ripil'ilt-, bill l��������� break It to }������������������*'������  gently, tu lend up to It dlplomiitlf-nlly. I  rhetorically, If pomdhlo.    I'lifiirtiiiuiic-,  ly tuy wtylc was ever a In eooklMol.-  ���������rtlrtHt antl iu the poiut." ;  "Dear uie'.   Well, do adhere to your ���������  cnatumary  nny1*-  uud   (������������������.lur,*   mo   tho',  rhetoric.    I prefer to bear your new* ���������  or whateu-r u ������������������ ot io������t >,,���������������, .-.._-..'  i  (on*  "Tln������ ������*lu'--k might U- too great."  Tbla was not nt ull an lie Innl meant  in steer his communication, lor im one ,  tHmld   have   felt   more  ������������������itrneatly   the *  mirlt*; nf what hi- I,N.I ���������"iu*- In coin '  fJIUt'lOltC,    Hint     Ills    l-h,nihil*     Will.    1,lf  fmni etpreiwltig Ills true mood, but!  he felt that hU mw was lost already, *  that rhetoric cuiilil not ssre it, ami his i  ton"***** run away wiih him. !  "It'a aomcttiliig 'shocWIng.' thenT In- [  qult-vd Ml** Wolcott. i  ���������"Hull di-|--ti<l������ n.i !������*.������ $*.���������������.������ look a*  It"  ������������������*������v������*iri  i*.������ in.fl>'. tiu-uu'."  ���������"Mlaa  Woint-u,"  he __|,I  wdcmoly.  Tin afraid wfiat  I tin*'* to tell fan  ���������Will tlflt  l*P  Wt'k-OIHP l|C**S,"  Ww looked s,irpri������w| nt hi* ��������� ���������������������'<)<���������������>  ���������Mtnnattfws ami *m,i,������-*1. v. Iih what |������  ttcBct- ������Ii-> cm,id fiHiiirtuml. fur him lo  ���������������*>'**������������������  li> rrm* ami wali.*-**! tin* l**wr*b r������f  thr |>la,!**l|.   thr,l  rnl.il*  li.l* U  .Old Studal  fevfori- h**r  "I am v������������rj nt-ipt-l, t don't know  iow to Ifgl- It."  "Gracious. I'eter. you-re not t_m_mg  of proposing to me, are you?"  "It would require less daring than I  what 1 have to tell you."  "If you don't say it soon, I shall bave  hysterics!" i  He cleared his throat, nnd his voice ���������  was not quite firm as ho plunged in,      j  "Let me begin with a question. Tell j  me, wore you perfectly couvinced at 1  Uie time of your brother's death that '.  his little daughter was with him und. J  died with him? Did you ever have any j  doubts about it?" i  lier eyes opened wide In amazement. ;  "Of course not!" j  "Old you see the dead child who was '  Identified us your niece"i1" \  "No. I was in Florida at the time I  of the accident and did not get back in j  time for the funeral." j  The woman hnd turned white and |  was looklug dazed. j  "The child was not wiUi her father, j  Miss Wolcott." !  Miss Wolcott sat upright, her hands '  clutching the sides of her chair. ;  "Well?" she half gasped. j  "That child is living." j  "Impossible!" she exclaimed sharply, i  "She is alive." repeated Kinross. !  "Alive! M.v brother's child! But it '  can't be true!" j  "Did yon ever receive, a few months !  after Mr. Wolcott's de-ith. nny comniu-  ideations telling you  that your niece j  had  l>een stolen  from  her home and  I  would be returned to you���������for a re- I  ward?" ]  '���������Never!" {  Kinross  looked   at ber uncertainly. ,  Was she telling the truth?   lf she was  not. she was a genius at acting, for her  bewilderment seemed very genuine.      I  "Ah!" she suddenly exclaimed breath- '  lessly. lifting her hand. "I remember j  something���������some anonymous letters���������  that I received���������one after another���������  shortly after my brother's death, tell-  lug me that if I would pay down a certain sum of money a matter of vital  Interest would be revealed to me. Who  would dream of parting any attention  to such communications? I tossed  them into ths wastebasket, of course.  and never gave them a second thought" j  "Did none of them mention Eunice?" I  "Never.  They weie melodramatical- ���������  ly cautious, I remember. Oh. what are ���������  -you-going-to-tell-metti���������-��������� L  "The kidnapers defeated their ownj  ends by their cowardice.  If they had j  given you any hint that they held Eunice as a hostage"���������  He paused questtoolngly.  "Well?" she asked excitedly.  "You would not have ignored their  communications?"  "If I had had any least reason for  believing them, of corarse not. What a  question,to ask!"  He took from his pocket a long envelope and drew from It a manuscript.  It was the "confesrton."  "Perhaps, after all. this will be the*  best way to tell you."  He handed It to her.  "Read It. please,, while I wait,"  Ho rose and walked to the furthest  end of the piazza���������while she. with Augers that shook, unfolded the paper.  Kinross knew that ho did nu iinbusl-  nosK-liko  thing In letUng the  paper  MU������ H'ok-utt.  leave bla own hunda, but Ml** Wolcott waa an old family friend, nml  when It <'nmo lo tlio point lie found  himself quite unable to offer her the  discourtesy of bunding her the copy uf  the original document whleh he luul  brought with lilm far tbat [inrnoae.  I  f.iiM"nm ni  T Kccmcd lo lilm ������ very long tlm*-  lieroro ho waa summoned buck to  her.  Kfi������ waa whlta to the Up* ������a  itiev i!*it iinwn ngnln tow-ther, but slut  was a vtiKii/iri ot atronu win. aim ner  voice wns steady when abe spoke to  lilm,  "Ilow In the world. I'eter. did yon  conn* by ibis papery* ahe began.  lie told her briefly of bla muiimer nt  the fioni and or hia Investlgutlnii of  tin* haunted  room.    He did i.*.'.. U.������  ever nx-iiilun bla nightly aetiticcs with  i.tiioi.*.    Mlio. Wultutl wa;* i,-itIi!iii* If  ll,.t   ll,!IVI*,|tlllU������l.  "You l*U#vf thla atoryT Her que*.  tl'nm were abrupt and atiar*)1*  "\ do.   (���������������> your  "I am unit lo conviction. And you  Would n**l me that this f**ai***r MnnUitit  tirftowot'-rt-ti*, ui. lUt-M: >������'ikli* uu*l th���������t  i������r ni������**������������ has l*������i lept by thi������ fr.ru>-  er's family, kttow\i*.t*t noibltig of tier  ortetn't Yot) amy yoa owt her at Un������  f-rnsV"  "The proof of her identity offered  here?" she demanded.  He drew from his pocket a small  box and handed it to her. She quickly  opened it and took out the chain and  locket.  Her face grew whiter as she handled  them, and her voice was uot steady  when she spoke again.  "Oli! I���������I remember this!���������1 remember clasping it nliout her little neck!"  Sin- leaned her head on her hand for  au lustaut.    Itut'she quickly rallied.  "And the other proof?" she questioned.  "It is there."  "The two little moles under her  ear?"  "1 saw them."  "Tell me of the girl."  Her tone was tense with anxiety.  Was lt the prospect of losing her  wealth or her fear of hearing an unwelcome account of her niece that  drew those deep lines about her strong  mouth?  "She has been brought up in the  farmer's family���������not quite as a member of the family"-  "I should hope not!"  "Hut rather as their servant"  She sank back in her chair, looking  as though he had struck her iu the  face.  "What do you mean?"  "Sbe has done every sort of menial  work to pay tbem for giving her a  home. She has been a domestic  drudge for them."  He felt that he was cruel, but he  was speaking advisedly, and at least  his purpose in putting the case so brutally was merciful���������to both Eunice aud  her aunt.  "A servant! To a farmer's family!  My niece!"  As she spoke. Kinross had a sadden  mental picture of Eunice transplanted  Into this house���������her own house really.  He saw the girl in all her exquisite  delicacy of face and form, her grace,  her thrilling voice, ber natural dignity,  lu contrast to Miss Wolcott's funny,  dumpy little figure, abrupt manner and  almost coarse features.  "The girl would appear distinguished beside her," he thought  ���������'Then she is a crude, uneducated  country girl, quite unfit for deceut so-  ���������eiety-?''-s_e~deomnded.         ���������___  -It depends upon what you mean by  'decent*"  "Is she quite hopeless, or could something possibly be done for her?"  "Her blood ought to tell for something." he said, not without a touch of  malice.  "Unless she has been ruined hy her  environment And it would be too lute  now to make up for her lack of education. Of course they never sent her  to school.".  "Not after she was twelve years  old."  "Gracious."  "She has never been away from the  farm except." he stoically added, "to  go with her foster parents to town to  market to sell vegetables, butter and  eggs, sraearcase, apple butter, pon-  linns, suits und sauerkraut."  She gazed at lilm speechless.  "Ut her have It!" he thought, "It  will do her good. It she does the right  thing, she will flud out for herself  whnt the child really Is."  "What would the poor girl do with  wealth?" she iiRkod in a hollow voice  "You say she Is utterly unlit to use It?"  "I have seen many rich peoplo nu  better titted."  Ills eyes were constantly drawn to  the "confession," which sho (Irmly  held lu her hand. He had nn apprehension that at nuy moment he might  too her tear It Into shreds and defv  him to do his worst Yot an Inborn  Instinct of courtesy, stronger than IUh  vaunted cynicism, mado It Impossible  Tov lilm to ask her for tho paper until  he hud given hor every chance to return It voluntarily.  (To lu, Continued.)  Bull* In Parliament,  1/inl Londonderry once threw the  )l<iu>.i! of Lord* into roam ���������1 laugh.  ter during I lie debute on the second  romliiig of Ilie Irish latiil bill by gravely ilt'claring llmt "thi* i*> the mui-dii  why you nave fuilod to settle tin'  Iri*li laud I'uoti'.n in tbe luture n,-  you liuve dm.*' in tho pust." j  111    111,)   Colli UU   uf   tilt'   ������IIIIIC   H-KU'l'll  lie concluded it -H'ri<���������! witn: "Tuin \i\  thu keystone ���������f tlio dill.   Are yuu so*  11ik to kill it.-" j  lleltcr -dill mu a sentence which ;  lie uttered In Mt" wliun cik-iiI'iiu- uiicu  inori! on tin* Irish luul t|ii������**>ti*in���������  "Hint, your lord si i ii, will see," ri-d-r  ring to a t*tiutm,u.i lie luel ju-t iiiihIh,  "in,|ors,'������ up to the hilt what I luivi*  ������.ttia."~-L"rnlu*i lalk'f,  A Colortd Portrait.  According u������ a Turkish iiewnpaper  ol l������**ii. Wlllium K. lillliletoue will,  born in 17M1. r'or lather In- Imd *  Itulgatiun. His yluttmiy (nr pilil m/i,l���������  Jiiin   yellow,     |fe   wm,   of   medium  1,   !,'',     '���������'���������     '<-'it*l-n***"    "'I'll.    i*rntipi>ij  d-Mc to l,i������ luce, and "as a <<ifln o|  III*   "UUUIH.    npilll    in.    ion ii J    .in,,1  Upper forelu'U'i Here bur,-. Hi* **vll  tem*wr Iih��������� i,tulle hi* hair full off, to  that from n di*tniic-< lie might, Ik-  tuk'I, *or quite  bald,"  0</*r,ii*'(  ������>���������**.*.,   bk���������w���������,  Dfip'tt* *t# ������b.iriii'*< Iktwnirti*  utreet, bunion, contain, not only thr  I'rime .\Hiiisl������r'i* rcsideii'-e. r>ut nU)  tlic Trciii'iiry I'fireigtt utlic*. <*oimii,il  Olli ���������������. the office- of the ('linneellor ������f  the Kichi*ou������T and that of the l'rlv>  (IViiincil. It mn* built on a nwaiiip,  nnd Ibe urniutel uieb-r '.',,������ l.._ I,.,������..-,  U town thickly Willi age blackened  wiwdui .il**'   ...    ktathamettaat OammnatnUae.  ������������������Why tie tt-**-/ ^*ak of two paopt*  erne tire rrtm% me twvnmtnc owT  -Bat**-!** ihaortrorth tbty eote eke  half tlMtr il*/������a"-.JtKtt#.  WORKMEN ARTISTS.  A MORAL CENSOR.  England Is Showing Some Quite Remarkable Work.  A short time ago the papers referred  to a wjuderful collection of pictures  by German working men which had  been collected by Dr. Adolf Leveti-  stein, ot Berlin. An article dealing  witli these pictures was published in  The Strain! Magazine, and the editor  ot that famous uiouthly invited working men of this country who had devoted their leisure to drawing and  painting to send specimens ot their  work.  The result of the invitation waa  astonishing. Hundreds of painting-  ami drawing.) were forwarded by lint-  ish worKiug-meu. Dozens of trades  wero represented, including such di  verse occupations as gardener, liou-*e-  painter, lighterman, paperhauger,  coiii|)o.sitor, railway porter, weaver,  coal-miner, waiter, and many oliiers.  A selection of these pictures is published in the May number of The  Striuid, and the general artistic merit  is such as to cause one to marvel that  so much talent lies hidden amongst  men whose daily toil secures for them  a wage averaging from ?5 to $6 per  week. Ihe article published in 'the  Strand commences with an initial pic  Hue-letter wortny of Walter Crane. It  has been drawn by H. W. Ford, who  for eignt years worked as a bottle  washer to a lirm of wine merchants,  and whose weekly wage amounts to  $5.50.  But this humble artist has higher  thoughts than bottle-washing. "Whenever I discover a book like Burke's  'Sublime and Beautiful'," he says, "at  the lending library, I reckon life's  worth living. But you don't gel much  sympathy. Some people imagine that  artistic cellarnien, bricklayers' laborers, etc., are simply wasting their  time. Keeping pigeons or poultry, or  canvassing for insurance companies in  one's spare time, would, accoruing to  them, be much more sensible. But  they are narrow-minded, that is all."  A shoemaker named Robert M.alleJ.t,  earning $5.60 per week, has executed  a beautiful landscape depicting tiie  village oi Costessey, near Norwicn. Ha  has never been taught painting. A  sign-writer employed by the gas company at Beckton sent in a realistic  study of a lion. "The Adoration of the  Shepherds," a striking picture painted by Alfred Bonheur, a house painter of twenty-four, earning $7 a week,  "deserves great praise," to quote the  words-of-Th8-Straa>lI-_attjBdJJojQ^Tlh3  composition and lighting show a sense  of truth, as well as of the dramatic  needs of the scene."  In That Role King Edward VII. Was  Most Strict.  When King Edward ascended the  English throne, the boon companions  o* the former Prince of Wales who  thought that they would be able ������o  clap the new King on the back and  be hail fellow well met with him, as  they were when he merely was the  tirst subject, soon found out their mistake. The few who tried it were reminded speedily that familiarity witn  the King was quite a different thing  from familiarity with n more or less  irresponsible man of the world, who,  by the very nature of his position, was  condemned to a life of pleasure seeking, lt soon became known that while  King Edward was no less truly democratic than ever in his choice of  fiiends, the men and women he wanted about him now were those who  had done sumething, and who coulrl  be of use to him in his task of governing the greatest empire in the world.  One of the friends whom he dropped  then, was Richard Croker, once boss  of New York. It was all right for the  sporting Prince of Wales.to meet and  chat with Croker on a racetrack, but  it would not look very well for the  King of England to be on familiar  terms with the man whose name stood  for the personification of a certain  kind of politics. At the same time,  however, he made a friend of J. P.  Morgan, whose skill as a financier,  taste as an art collector and generosity as a patron of the church he much  admired.  It was as a moral censor that King  Edward caused most surprise, for no  one expected that he would be strict  in this particular. It soon became  known at court, however, that no one  against whose moral character there  was the slightest breath of suspicion  might expect to be* received, and recently he had carried this form of censorship further by refusing to receive  either party in a matrimonial quarrel,  nq matter how innocent one of them  might be.  AN ABHORRED PEOPLE  THE   RODIYAS  OF  CEYLON  ARE  DESPISED BY OTHER CASTES.  NEW Z .ALAND'S GOVERNOR.  Sir John Dickson-Poynder Served In  the Boer War.  The appointment just announced of  Sir John Poynder Dickson-Poynder,  Bart., to the governorship of New  Zealand, in succession to Lord Plun-  kett promises'to be a popular one.  Jtji^dUJje^ejaendjerjdUia Sir John  was one of'the "members bTTlie"ro"y"a"i*  commission to enquire into the trade  relations   between   Canada   and   the  t������i# aaiHanwH**-���������  WtMt ��������� aa-M ft* tea 4mam*e  TwW ha en**** iw������w ���������***#  WkM ������a _!���������������<��������� tmma aaaiautve*  | ������4-*t-**'  -Orrmtmmt uaHar.  Kitchener Anecdotes.  During the South African War Lorrl  Kitchener, who has returned to England after eight years' work abroad,  entrusted a certain captain with an  important commission. Unfortunately, the captain's horse cast a shoe.  Hence a disastrous delay. "Very sor-  ly," was the general's sarcastic comment, "but 1 cannot rest my plan of  campaign on a horse's shoe or an officer's carelessness." Thus it is that  "K. of K." impresses upon his ofii  cers tho futility of excuses and the  necessity of being prepared for anything and everything. No man, it is  eaid, has n greater faculty of estimating a man's capabilities at a gluuce  But he made a mistake on oue occasion.  lt was during the Boer War, at  Vredefort Road Station, that lie start'  ed fitting out extempore mounted infantry columns. He determined to  equip and send them into the field at  once, He went to the waiting-room  to look for officers, and found a single  man in occupation. He was smart and  well-drobsed, and pleased L>-rd K.������  critical eye, "Vou will command a  corps of mounted infantry 1 huve ju-sl  raised," said the general. "Very good-  sir. What will my duties be:--" "Don't  you know your duties?" "My own-  yes, sir." "Then don't nrgue. What  is your regiment!'" "Blankshiro*. sir.'  "What rank!*" "Master tailor, sir.'  Kitchener hurriedly loft.  Famous Miniature* Found.  A curious diocovery ol valuable miniatures has been made at \S-ft Hud-  don, near Rugby,  l-'or some year* an  elderly lady, Mi**** r'ouquier, a deacon-  da ut of a Huguenot family, hud lived witn a Bhupliurd uud hie wife, and  when she died a lew weeks ago it wa*  fmind she hud bequeathed hur belonging* to the couple,   Tlta good* were  not thought to be worth more Hum  $100, but it is reported thnt when tlci  cupboard of th,* ancient writing cnbi- j  net wii* opened it ruro collodion ot  miuiuturoH wa* didcovered, ull ol lain- ]  ou* artiKU, a* well in tine old print* '  and   antique   china   piocat   ol   ruru ;  value.   They will bring in a decent  fortune (<>r the ������lmphord uud hi* wile  when they ure put up for aula.  Wooed With Muale. !  Among the Vuo Midoa, one of Ihe  inuny    UurineiKi-Tartttr   nooplfl,   the j  young men woo their wive* Bl>*oluiu.,  ly without woid������, hut to the sound of \  niuaii*. Uu tbu llmt day of winter they *  have a great fcn*t, at which ull the  tnuiriugeabl..' girla gather and liiten I  to tlm utu������ic uiude oy the bachelor*-,.  who sit under tha "dealre tree,' each j  iiluymg hi* favorite ln.trum������u.t.   A*  the mmden ho lovei pa**.*, him the j  youtti play* touiit-r ana ������������w.������. UA~...���������',,.  il '.l.i ri/l ii'iniri** "nim nnd *nm.m,** on I  he Uuo*������ thut *he will have none ol ,  bun; if she ilepa up to him and lav*,  a It-im   up-"   the   jnttruinriu   hit  jump* up, t-ranpn her by the hand,!  taking cure not to drop tha flowar, aud i  ; ...,��������� ;.,, imiiv lowther, j  Olitilary In Bath Room, j  lUidiiig   premiM*   in   a   crowd*i!  neigbburiKKMi ol lU-llai't. Ireland, Ww ;  other day, the police found an illicit'  Hilt in the bath-room iu lull working j  order,  tott-ther  with  a quantity  ol \  until*   nml a ������#cond still wa* foun.1 ,  tn aiiolli-r  room.    Tha Irout c>| tlm  prenuiw* wa* tilled up m* a fro-rer'*  ���������nop.   'I'll* K*4-> u*c4 fur the **till ���������**.������  (jiawn -imt Irom the main, and titt  through a meter.   Tha amateur dia*  Hilar* *������r������ Iiih J two each.  Un-Jifl enmp Clark*.  Tht l-ori������!,.n rmptoytr in hirlnf a  ,h>p rtetk ������n*i������u on an a������rcem������ai  that th. iatt#r otiaH not **��������� into bu������i-  ni������* (or himwlf or enter tbt ���������mploy  of another wtttnn a curtain dintanca  in *)*u* an*i within a carUin tiata luwt  ���������il-r iMmni on vtnplcm.  BIB .10HN l'OYNURU l)lCK80N**rOYNnEn.  West Indies which sat in Montreal  and other Canadian centres last year.  The commission recently returned to  England from the West Indies, whore  they had been taking evidence. Lord  Balfour of Burleigh wns the chairman  and Hon. Mossr*, Fielding and Pater-  son represented Canada on the com-  mission.  The now governor ic the sixth holder  of the baronetcy, which was created  in 1802. He is a major of Yeomanry  and served in the South African war  ln 1000, and besides becoming a  D.8.O. received the Queon'i mednl  with threo clasp*.  Sir John ik a comparatively young  man, having lu-cn born in 18(18. He  has, however, been in Parliament for  seventeen years, having ropren-iit-d  Chlppenhain tunce 1802.  8port That Kill*.  The raw native* of South Africa  have not yet taken up football uud  cricket ns national sports, so they still  indulge in the sport ot their forefather*,  Recently, in a mining town in the  OruiiRu Hiver Colony, a sport* day ot  rather huge proportion* wa* held, It  took tho Form of a light between natives called Mxohuh, who hail from  Cape Colony, nnd Buautoa, from tho  Orange Hiver Colony and Natal bor*  ili'M. Both ure really mcmU'ra of the  Bantu rac. Altogether, 1,200 "boy*"  took part iu the aport. And, although  it eonsi-tcd principally of running  after each other in approved London  ���������Dlio-l-flght fashion, attll, the opposing Bide������ enme to clone quarter* on  several occanioim, They were armed  with woiffhtv Htieka, and It ipeak*  well for the iiiickiic**- ���������������' u,e !.-*.������������������ c  ���������lu)) M'br'j 1 ini-ntltin <bfit only orie  death occurred, One native had thir.  teen scalp wound* and a broken jaw;  but thi* did not rob him of hi* interest (ti life. Another warrior who wis  thrown over the Hide of a mine, a  *     -  ir,.,, r,t ton ti.ot   nn m the aofi  f;roumi, *uiil when I a*kf*d him how  ie felt. "Oh, all right; but my rib*  ache a bit!"  Vegetable Oast Iron.  Official torn, of the many valuable  hardwood* natlv. to Wattern Au*tra-  I.- Uuv< uuil*.' l-nown ������h*������ r-jrlri-iordinary } rojierlie* of yule, believed to be  the ������tr,ttiifii*t ol all known wsod*. He  average U'lnnie tireiiKln ,* 'MJMi  pound* to (lie wjuare inch, equalling  1 that of good ca*t iron. But many  ' ������|iec,m.-ii# are much otrongw, and om  wa* t**������t**d up lo 17-I-a ton* to tha  atiuure inch, which ic equal lo tha ten-  kilo utruigih df "arouibt iron. Tr.������  **-*-n Hmf'T of rat**, I* prohabty tha  ������troftgf*t in tiie world. Th* tr** growa  to a matimum height of 100 teat, an1  ha* ������ometm,������>* a ulaxueter ot 4t*_ or  ���������van three feat.  They Have No Intercourse With the  Rest of the Island People���������Contact  - With Them Is Regarded as Contaminating by the Higher Clawe*��������� ������  Their Origin I* Veiled In Mystery���������Shameless and Brutalized.  Abhorred and degraded as is no other community of people under the-  sun, with the possible exception of  the Indian pariahs, are the Rodiyas,  ot Ceylon, tywelling in their own*  separate villages, writes an Englishman, they are remote from other habitations and have no intercourse with-  the rest of the island folk. They are  forbidden by immemorial custom to-  hold a single rod of land as private  property; they are not permitted to  follow any recognized trade or occupation; they may not cross a ferry or  draw water from a well; if they meet  another native on the road, they must-  cower away to one side lest their proximity should pollute him.  They must not wear any garment  other than a scanty cloth tied around'  the waist and reaching only to the-  knees, male and female alike; they  must keep the upper part of tho body  bare, and if they are covered when  they meet, another native they must  strip off their covering, for not to do-  so would be a deadly insult. They gain  their livelihood, if they labor at all,.  by the most degrading of work, making ropes from the hides of cattle, an*  occupation abhorred from its ancient  association with the hangman.  They also prepare the skins of monkeys for use in making the native  drum or tomtom. They are paid for  these in kind. They deposit their  handiwork outside the houses of likely  purchasers; if the ropes and skins are-  needed, they are taken in and boiled'  rice is left in their place.  Naturally this people, living for cen'  turies under a system so insulting, lain every way shameless and brutalized. Most of them live as itinerant .  beggars. They creep warily to the-  back of a house, and standing at the  lawful distance, call monotonously for  alms. So deeply ingrained is the sense-  of the degradation of these people and*  the contamination of their contact  Hnat^ot"--^evenHhe-lowestr-servant^wiil.lc__:  go near to turn them away. It is told  of a Cingalese police officer that when,  ordered to at rest, a Rodiya murderer,  he replied: "Impossible, but I can go-  near his hamlet and. shoot him,"  The Rodiya beggars attend all places-  of festival, and especially the harvest-  home, and never fail to extort a contribution by their shameless importunity. The men are often well made  and not ill-favored, sometimes tall and'  of a pleasant, light brown complexion-  The women are many of them unions?  the finest specimens of womanhood i������  the east. They wander about the,  countryside giving displays ofdancing  and juggling. Their moral code is  very low.  U late years, under tho British*  Government, this unhappy tribe Ua*  made some advance in material  things, though the social stigma remains. Many of them have reclaimed  pie������eB of waste land, raised grain and1  vegetables, and by selling their produce in the larger bar.aars where Euro-  pean civilisation has blunted the edge  of old time prejudices have made*  enough money to buy a piece of good  land from the crown���������from the crown,  be it noted, for no private person  would degrade himself by having  money transactions with these folks;  nay, there has been much' difficulty  in manv villages where the Rodiyas  have bought land even from the  crown, for the villagers have thought  it an insult thot a Rodiya should be  a property owner among them and  have harassed him in every way im  the occupation and development of  his purchase.  Fortunately in tho courts of law the  Rodiyas can gain an impartial hearing, though hore too they are handicapped hy tho difficulty ol obtaining  wltnesiM)* to givo evidence on their  behalf. As regards education thuir  condltion Is deplorable. They could  not he tolerated in schools along with  other children; their i,re*euce would  be an abomination. Nor have they  had any school* of their own until recant years, when a mission ha* started work among thorn, Under these  circum������tanci'������ they have had no  chance of improvement; they hove  ������unk lower generation nftor gonera*  tion. _. ���������  The origin of the Rodlyns is loit Ir.  Ahftcurity, Popular tradition among  tho Cingalese say* that they are tha  desoonduntM of royal huntsmen who  ���������wore banished and degraded lor mi  abominable crime ���������, they served up human flesh iwfore tho King on a day  when they had been iiii*ucco������*ful in  tho ehaso. There ia no roaaon to  think that thi* story it unything mora  than a myth having it* source tn m  nutural tendency to a������������umo a terrible-  eau*. for ������o terrible an effect.  Hriiliinlnlenl influence* inuH not be  Unit night of, Among Oriental* tn  whose philosophy life wa* alt misery  and death a happy eacupe, the ox-  treme form of punUhmont would no*  be Uealli, out- ������ *.v,,i .*���������.  '���������'��������� '"  uuit-t (���������(.ndltion" which xhould add to  It* misery by every concaivatiia  wean*. 8o the Rodiyas would be tha  defendant* of people condemned for  various crime* to this form of punish*  ���������ment, and their rank* would be added  tn frnm time to time, There are. moreover, authentic racori-u. ot ���������..���������������������.������ *(,���������������..������.  offender* guilty of high treaeon and  almitar crime* were cast out by tht  King* of Kamly to loin the Rodiya*,  their wive* and famine* being ca*t out  ! with them.  Thi* would explain tha fine ph/*  lique of tht* people and the good look*  of thotr women, lot aome ol the b������*t  blood of Ceylon mtsit flow in their  vittua. recruited an thay have baen  froiu th* rank* of treasonable noble*  and fair but frail prtncaaaa*.  Badly Eaprawad.  ' A London mtaorant haa thla notio*  display***- in varlou* parti- of It* dining room.' "Any incivilitj* or inattention on ihe part ������l in* .1 U>������ .tu-  ployea of thi* ������������������UbIUbrotnt will tot  ron������idt������rpd a later if reported prompt-  ; ly to tha pt-priatoe."  \ tflf  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  It Costs $40.00  For Doctor's Visit  DAMES A-JD^DAUGHTERS. '  A  Ai'ew  York  woman,  the wife ot  Martlu W. Littleton, a lawyer, ts mak-  j ing an etTort to substitute the Bible for  ! bridge in society.  !    Mine.   Marie   Rrans-Bolte   bus Just  -On Alberta's Prairies���������DR. CHASE'S have had his large Receipt Book for i cei*������brjirc*rt at her home In New *iorK  Medicine   and     Receipt     Book  Very Popular Out There.  over twenty years." His medicines and !  hook have saved me many doctor bills ���������  and have proven   wonderfully   effec-;  The luxuries of city life are little i tivc. It costs $40.00 for a doctor to  Jtnowii in the prairie homes of West-: como out here, so it is rather cxpen-  ���������em ..Canada, when sickness conus; sive to get sick,  people And it necessary to depend on' "I recommended Dr. Chase's Nerve  their own resources to a great extent | Food to a friend of mine for his wife  ���������on account of the difficulty and ex-', He studied the symptoms in Dr  j-ense of a doctor's visit. (Chase's    Almanac    and    found    she  ber tiftie!li anniversary In kindergarten  work. She was a pupil of Krau lab-  renheli.  Miss Marjory Snyder, a student at  Wellesley college, baa determined to  earn her living from tbe soil. linme-  dhiieiy after her grnduallou she will  buy a farm on Long Island, where sbe  UNBURN.  blisters,  sore  feet.  Everybody now admits  Zam-Buk best for tbeae.  Let. it. give YOU mm  and comfort. ������������������  Drutfiito and SUrtt rvtrywlurt  amBuk  liy  reading'the" letter quoted  here ! needed Dr.' ciias,7s Nerve Food* to "re-1 pn.1"**" ������������ grow vegetablea uud breed  you will form some idea of how Dr-store her wornout nervous system,   lj valuable aiot-lc.  ���������Chase's Medicines and  Receipt Book | gave him some of this medicine until1    l.ady     Marjorle    Manners,    eldest  are appreciated in  Alberta.    This is,lie could get to town when he got two- d-m^iiier 0f the Duke of Rutland. Is a  not only due to   the convenience of i boxes more and these cured her en-  having these medicines on hand when' tirolv. | ���������,,,���������_ ���������������������������, ,��������� _,���������_������������������__-���������,  -occasion requires but is also owing toi    "For myself,  I  used    Dr.    Chase's! *"Ken ���������"**" ,n rann'r ���������"ent  their wonderful reliability.                    ! Catarrh Powder with splendid results.   ***niertttliimenta   at   the   court.     She  Where will you find such a restor- For some time I was bad with catarrh; paluis. writes a little, goes racing.acts,  ���������dive treatment as Dr. Chase's Nerve-and  could  not    breath  through    my   sings and frequently finds time iu be-  Food, to enrich the blood, strengthen j nose.    Now  I  go  to  bed  and never  the nerves and build up the run down, wake all night and breathe   all   the  system? j time through the nose."  Mr. Geo. Clay, Oxvillo, Alberts,: Dr. Chase's Medicines are for sale  writes: "I have always been a great \ by all dealers or Edmanson, Bates &  admirer of Dr. Chase's Medicines and! Co., Toronto.  Not Far Wrong  "Say, paw," queried little Sylvestef*  Snodgrass, "what's a test case?"  "A test case, my son," replied Snod-  ���������grass, sr., "is a case brought in court  to decide whether there's enough in it  to justify the lawyers in working up  similar cases."���������Lippincott's  A Boon for the Bilious.���������The liver is  a very sensitive orean and easily derated. When this occurs there is  ���������undue secretion of bile and the acrid  liquid flows into the stomach and  sours it. It is a most distressing ailment, and many are prone to it. In  this condition a man finds the best  remedy in Parmelee's Vegetable Pills,  -which are warranted to speedily correct the disorder. There is no better  ���������medicine in the entire list of pill pre-  icriptions,  Tattered Timothy��������� "I've been  trampin' four years, mn'am, an' it's  all 'cause I heard that the doctors recommended walk'm' as the best exer-  cise."  Mrs. Prim���������"Well, the doctors are  right.   Walk along."  Minard's Liniment used by Physicians  is  there  twins   at  An''they're just  Bobby���������Honest,  ���������your house?  Tommy���������Honest!  ���������alike.  ,. Bobbv���������Bui't -test t**e fame wav, or  nre they rights and lefts?���������Toledo  Ulade.  DAMES AND DAUGHTERS. "  Belle Danolds of Chicago, forty-nine  i years old, who has lived in ihe family  I of Dr. aud Mra. William Knox for thir-  i ty years, has juai beeu legally adopted  I by them.  Lady Mulr Mackenzie, wife of the  senior member uf tile governor's council, is the moving spirit <>r the Women's club ot I'ooun, India. Sbe aims  ��������� to improve ihe condition of the womeu  of ludia.  Miss Ty Leung, who has been appointed   asslstunt   to   the   matron   tu  charge ot  the new  Immigration  stu-  = 1 tiou on Augel Island. Sau   Francisco,  "Keep On Trying" ! U tbe lirst Chinese wouiuu to receive  A little girl who had a live bantam   a federal appointment,  presented to her was disappointed at     ^^ A. ���������*, Kndk-ott of Atlantic City,  vf-y  clever society  actress ami   ha* ithe smallness��������� of the first egg laid by. j.   ,   CP|ebraies one minute birthdays  charitable ;the bird.   Her ideal egg was that of ,        ,    f *  *the ostrich, a specimen of which was , y ' .,."_.'���������""* f-*"; "us  Ion the table in the drawing-room. One: *-"'ru ou *'('b* ���������*���������' **nd wbon ��������������� ������������������������ uot  ! day the ostrich's egg was missing from��������� '**P yw <'������*lebrutes her birthday  I its accustomed place. It was subse-; while rbt* clock is utrlklu^ '"J between  Iquently found near the spot where the Feb. 2$ and March 1.  i bantam nested, and on it was stuck j M|iw Atl���������- M ;,��������� hn> ,lddpd t0 her  I a piece of paper with the words:  'Something like this, please.   Keep on  CRIPPLED BY  Suffered Tortures Until "Frult-a-tlvea**  Took    Away   The  Tain.  the famous xruft  greatest an- most  ever discovered for  tween to play the Lady Bountiful.  Mine. Falsey-Lanmennler is the first  woman to be appointed a mail carrier  In France. Her route Is lu the little  town <������f Chapelle-sur-Aveyron. and It  ! trying."  supplied by tbe government.  The Writers.  Couldn't Stand  It  Chairman (at concert)���������Ladies and  gentlemen Miss Discordant will now  sing, "Only Once More."  Sarcastic Critic���������Thank Heaven for  that!  Chairman (coining forward again)���������!    Ladies and gentlemen, instead of sing-j jn addition to Rudyard Kipling's oth-  ing "Only Once More," Miss Discord-ier accomplishments be is u first class  ant will sing "For Ever and Ever."    j KJ1 i-dener  Collapse   of  critic���������Exchange. "I     ..,.-,', ��������� .   ".���������   .   . I    Miss Fauny Crosby, the blind poet  Merely an Estimate j aml h.v,nu writer, bas just celebrated  Slobsley-Miss   Agnes?     Whv,   she! H������*r   ninetieth   birthday.    Aside  from  j bei  blindness. Miss. Crosby is still iu  other activities by joining a uew organization knowu us the North American Civic League For Immigrants. It  was established to protect aliens from  fraudulent agents wlio prey upou steer-  is said that If she performs ber duties ;    Dick���������"Do you like romantic girls,  satisfactorily   other   women   will   gel j Harold?"  similar places.   Mme. Falsey-l.anmen- j    Harry���������"I don't.   When you make a i age passengers after their release from  nler makes her rounds on a bicycle ;hole in your,, salary buying them ex-j eui8 island. '  j pensive flowers, they tear them apart,  repeating, 'He loves me���������he loves me!  not.'"     ., !  | Caller���������"I see you keep chickens.  I What breed .do you consider the best?  Suburbanite���������"It's hard to tell. I  | notice, though, that more of my white  ; Wvandottes are stolen than any other  i kind."  Agnes  weights 300 pounds.  Lapsley���������She doesn't, she doesn't!  Then everybody present    wondered  how Lapsley knew.  Ask for Minard's and take no other  The Writers.  !     Katharine Tynan  began  writing at  ! the age of seventeen  and  published  her tirst volume, a book of verse, in  1885.  |     France can also boast of the oldest  ! editor in the world In the |)erson ot M.  SKIN BEAUTY PROMOTED  In the treatment of affections of the  skin and scalp which torture, disfigure, itch, burn, scale and destroy  the hair, as well as for preserving,  purifying and beautifying the com- j  plexion, hands and hair, Cuticura!  Soap and Cuticura Ointment are well- j directed   attention  possession of all her faculties.  Albert Klgelow Paine, himself a hu  morist of uo small caliber, bas beeu  Mark Twain's Boswell for many years,  doing for him what Truubel did for  Whitman, recording every passing  thought and commeut and putting in  slia[ie the humorist's autobiography.  At a receut meeting of the Society  of Authors, London, Maurice Hewlett  to   the   fact   that  "Frult-a-tlves,"  medicine,   is   the  scientific remedy  Rheumatism.  "Fruit-a-tives," by its marvellous  action on the bowels, kidneys and  skin, prevents the accumulation of  Uric Acid, which causes Rheumatism  and thereby keeps the blood pure and ,.  rich.  Mrs. Walter Hooper, of HUlvIew,  Ont., says:, "I suffered from severe  Kheumatism, lost the use of my right  arm and could not do my work. Nothing helped me until I took "Frult-a-  tlves" and this medicine cured me."  If you are subject to Rheumatism,  don't wait until a severe attack cornea  on before trying "Fruit-a-tlves."  Take these fruit tablets now and thus  prevent the attacks.  "Fruit-a-tives" is sold by all dealers  at 50c a box, 6 for *2.60, or trial box,  25c, or may be obtained from Fruit-a-  tives, Limited, Ottawa.  Two  Points of View  Wife���������How people gaze at my new  hat! I suppose they think I have  been shopping in Paris.  Husband���������More likely they wonder  if I've been robbing a bank.  ,and,  nigh. infallible.    Millions   of   women I Thomas Hurdv. recently elected, was  throughout  the  world  rely  on  these j bu, the tulrd ���������reslde-t the society has  pure, sweet and gentle emollients for, ,,���������,,��������� ���������,_ .....-.._ ...,-������������������-    n-   _,.,.."���������.-���������=  all  purposes of the toilet,  bath  and   ���������Md 'n i,s <,utlre van*r-    Mr" Hurd'V 8  nirwery-^n-Wo*^^  septic cleansing of ulcerated, inflamed i George Meredith.  mucous   surfaces.     Potter   Drug   & j  Chem. Corp.. Boston, U.  S. A., sole*  proprietors of the Cuticura Remedies, I  will mail free, on request, their latest j  32-,inge Cuticura Book oh the skin and i    i de Moliuari, wbo at uinety-otie years  ;    He-Farewell,   mv   darling I hope'* of, ������������p'w,,ta t,,e Jourual des Econ������-  ! vou will remain true to me. ! ���������nilst������*J   ������������������"<���������    writes   largely   for   its  [    She (through her tears)���������I hope so,; pages,  j too���������Fliegende Blaetter. j    <j. Frederick Turner, the author, is [  ���������r ..       'ir ~TT~,   ,.   . ' married to the younger duughter of  i    Mother-Do  you  think that young j G urosniith.  the  Kngiish actor.  man has matrimonial intentions, my    .    .," ^m   , . ,.*       .     ."     .  ���������jpnr? '        j At Harrow and Oxford, where be was  Daughter-I    certainly   do,, mama.! educated, he gained a reputation as a  He tried  to  convince "me last night! "writer of amateur stories.  that I looked prettier   in   that   two-i     Victor  Hugo was a good  business  ; guinea  hat than, m the three-guinea j man> ODe of nis ijiograpliers describes  one.   ScraP3- j him as "tbe keenest hand imaginable  "You don't think it necessary fer a! at a bargain, a past master lu the, art  voune man to studv Latin?" I oi drawii'8 "P contracts and the only  'No." answered 'the athletic youth i author oo record who made a fortune  A SAFE MEDICINE  FOR ALL CHILDREN  The Cookbook.  "^'"naTin used to be a noble and poetic]  language.   Now it's just a secret code!  j for the doctor and the druggist."���������j  Washington Star. ��������� j  out of~_ils~ljooks while his publishers  lost ou them."  hair.  SAVED  IN  HIS OLD AGE   ���������  Annapolis, N. S., May 14, 1009.-I  ���������am over eighty --ears of age ,at*d have  suffpr"d from Kidney and Bladder  trouble for fifteen vears. I took doctors' medicine but got, no help. I  ���������want to thank mn for sending m" the  maniple box of Gin Pills, which helps-d  -me.  I have taken six bov������*-s of Gin Pil*R  ���������nltogetlier, hut got relief hefore I had  taken nenr that amount.. I had to g^t  ���������un som" nights every fifteen minutes  nnd hnd <o use ai inftrumor** before T  could urinate. Nqw T can lie in bed  four or five hours without getting up.  W. H. PIERCE.  Write National Drug & Chemical  ���������o. (Dept. N.U.), Toronto, for free  sample.   Regular size 50c, 0 for $2,50,  HoRt (***ving to mnke impassion on  ��������� pnest)���������"Now, then, Mary what liavo  we <rot. hi****1?"  Mnry���������"I've forgotten t'**o now  "French name vou told me to cull it,  sir, but it's 'ash!"  Po not forgot thnt every ten cent  packet of Wilson's Fly Vnd* will kill  more flh's than three hundred sheets  of sticky paper.  Punch, the famous nolo pony, who  carried tho Into Mr, Woodbury Knno  Ihrougli so many strenuous games in  the United States, lin*. just died, at the  rgfi of 45, probably the oldest horse in  tho world.  Keep Minard's Liniment In the house.  A grout plebiscite on tlio prohibition  of tht* liquor trntllc tliroit'.'hout the  whole of Sweden bus reunited ns follows: For prohibition, 1,700,000;  Against, 18,500.  Attack*   of   cholera   and dysentery  Reasonable  Higgs���������Are you not indulging in a  good,,many luxuries for one in your  position, old man?  Biggs���������Yes, but great Scott! the ne.  cessities are till so thundering high.���������  Boston Transcript.  I was cured of Bronchitis and Asthma by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  MRS. A. LIVINGSTONE.  Lot 5, P. E. I.  1 was cured of a severe attack of  Rheumatism by MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Mabone Bay.        JOHN MADER.  I was cured of n severely sprained  leg by MINARD'S LINIMENT,  JOSHUA A. WYNACHT.  Bridgowator.  When milking sweet croquettes add  a little sugar to the crumbs in wblcb  the croiitiettes ure to be rolled.  Leftover inultius tuste us good as  new IT they are baked a second time  for a few minutes after having beeu  dipped in cold wuter.  Chopped almoudi-i are sometimes added to rhubarb jelly���������the kind of Jelly  made wltb gelatin aud tbe sweeten**-  Juice of the stewed fruit. If the Jelly  Is uot too ni'H) serve lt wltb a garnish  of whipped cream.  Neufclintel cheese or the old fashioned tioiiieiiinde Hchmlercuse may be col  A CANADIAN  PRODUCT  Wins Out In Australia  MONTREAL.���������On    May , 22nd   the  S. S. "RAKAI" sailed from this port  ' Current Comment.  One thing seems certain, anyhow���������  Roosevelt escaped the sleeping sickness.���������Cleveland Leader.  The price of seats for the J.-J. mill  The mothers whose little ones are  ill not only wish for a medicine that  will make their babies better but one  that positively cannot do any harm.  Such a medicine is Baby's Own Tablets. They are sold under the positive guarantee of a government analyst'to contain no opiate, narcotic or  other harmful drug. They always do  good; they cannot possibly do harm  ���������not even to the new born baby. Con-  cerning'them.Mrs. J. E. Z. Marchand,  Ste. Anne de la Perade, Que., writes:  ���������"I find Baby's Own Tablets indis-  pcrisible. As soon as I find one of my  children not feeling well I administer  the Tablets and I am never disappointed in the result. I would not be  without them and am enclosing fifty  cents for two more boxes." The Tab-  lets are sold by medicine dealers or  by mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr, Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  ed of 1,000 gross, the second, sent Nov,  ored a delicate green with pistachio. * 2nd contained 1,500 gross, while tho  for Auckland, New Zealand, this being   on J, 4 shows that, while the pngllista  the first sailing of the recently sub.'"do tbe knocking, inouev does the talk-  sidiaed C. P. B. line from Montreal to: iUg._Memphis Commercial Appeal.  Australia and New Zealand. '���������    "        ���������     .    ���������    A ..    _ .   .    _  Part of the "Rakni's" cargo consist-1 .Ai-cordlnt* to Henri Uochefort, there  ed of 2 carloads of "2 in 1" Shoe Pol-; are us IUUU.V towed Kenibraudts in  ish, made in Hamilton by F. F. Dal- this country as there are spurious  ley Co. This is the third shipment of Strudivurius fiddles. And that is go-  "2 in 1" sent to Australia by the; jug some.-Philadelpbla Inquirer.  Dulley people within tho last year, j  The first, s^nt June 8th la-4, consist- '  It Is used in making salads and Is very  pretty when formed Into nests uud  tilled with vegetable salud.  shipment just sent amounted to 1.540;  gross,  or 2*21,760 boxes.   This  brings.  the total of "2 in 1" sent to Australia  within the year up to 581,760 boxes,  It would ho hard to find a stronger;  recommendation   for  "2  in  1"  Shoo:  Polish than thnt it should thus force j  There   should   be   more   breathing ; its way to tho ends of the earth, past;  We used to cull it consumption,  Then at the behest of the physicians  we learned how to spell und speck tuberculosis. Now tbey are springing  phthisis on us. We bulk.���������Syracuse  Post-Standard.  Town Topics.  Tales of Cities.  A Chinese newspaper is go'*ernlly  printed on n roll, so t'*at the purchaser mny tear it off as he reads it,  An Always Ready PHI.���������To thoso of  regular habit medicine is of little con-  corn, hut the grout n.'iijority of mon  nro not of rogulnr habit. The worry  and euros of business prevent it, nnd  out of tho irregularity of life comas  dyspepsia, Indigestion, liver and kidney trouhli'H ns n p'-ntost. The rundown system domiuid.**. n cwrrcctlve  and thero is none h������ttor than Pur-  melee's Vegetable Pills, Tbt-y u't*  nimplo in their oomnonU'ou and can  lie token by tho most delicately con*  ���������itiluteil.  Woo,I fibres nro Mrnnircst noiirlr  emit re of the limb or tree trunk.  tlio  House (Hon ore luitehoil in manure  come quickly, there seldom being any and revel In filth, 8cl*>rti*tH have  warning ot the visit, Uonioi'ial action ilincovorod that thoy aro largely re-  must bo taken just a��������� quickly if th������> xponniblo for flu* spread of tuber-  piitlont Ih to h��������� spared |*ront Hiiffcri"g oiiIohI.i, typhoid, dljitliorin, dyson.  and permanent injury to tho lining tery, and infantile dUoa-io** of the  membrane* of the bowel*-, Tho rend, bowel*,. For the wolfuro of your own  jest prep'irnt'on for the purrto*,* Is Dr family, ond in tin* intcro*t������ of the  ,1, I). Kollogg's Dysentery Cordial. It public health, you should therefore  can be got at hitiiiII cost at any dnvr iiko Wilson's Fly Pad*, Iho best of all  store ur general dealer'*, and it will fly killer*, nnd keep your hnu*,. fr,*,* J  afford relief b"fore a doctor eiin b* ' *    culled,  spiu'os for the statues In Wushiugtou  They nre being crowded by the llvlug  ���������Washington Post,  in New fork's historical parade on  the I'oni'th of .inly that fatuous uietro-  politim symbol, the Itnlnes law sand-  wl<-h, should be given a targe Uout ull  to Itself.- Cbli-ugo News.  Jt t-IHuri were euu mora ted according  to their moral force, geiUlennHS, uut-  urnl lieu my nnd womanly loveliness  Houston would make towns like New  Vork or Chicago look like a Mouiuiiii  UiillltlK Cllllip.-llollHtOD Post.  English Etchings.  During the year 1000 the London  dog catchers caught 44,000 and dispatched si, _r*:i,  There are 144.000 boys and 34.000.  gins of school age regularly employed  Id I'liglnud for money.  I'oiwcon the years 1870 aud 1008, Inclusive, H.trjjt new streets and ���������qiiun-s  woro formed In London,  There Ih an Ininutt* of the Colo bom or  workhouse, England, who ia tiliietysix  jri'iir* of age, one wbo la ninety two.  twenty-one between eight** aud uliioiy  and tlftythree between auveuiy mid  ���������Ighty.  , almost prohibitive tariffs, ngiiinst tlio j  Tbo Russian city of Riga Is supplied  wltb  subsoil   water  from   ninety-one  strongest   kind of competition   from; -/ells, which have n dully capacity of  British nnd other firms, u ,ltt|e oVel. -..ooo.uno ,.Ublc feet,  Howarcl-Wlion  Dr. Incision    oner-    ,,������'\ *a* f* ,1"I(1 ,"o:,���������' nrnT *'"  nied on mo ho loft a pair of surgical   violation of the imtl-splttliig ordlnunce  "I'll eivo you a position as clerk to  start'with," said the merchant, "nnd  pay you what you are worth. Is that  sntisfactory?"  "Oh, perfectly," replied the college  graduate. "But���������er���������do you think the  firm can afford it?"���������Lippincott's.  KIDNEYS WRONGr?-  scissors in my anatomy.   Cnn I suo  ! him for damages?  j    Lawyer���������Better just   send   him   n  , largo bill for storngo.���������Life.  ! Hoarding Mistress���������"Is there any-  'thing wrong with that ogii, Mr. Four.  j per? T hoc ynu nro according it a very1  ���������critical examination."  i Mr. Foiti'pnr���������"Oh, not anything  ! wrong with the egg, Mrs, Skiinponi. T  i was just looking for the wishbone,  : Unit's all,"  First  Little Olri-"Your pnpn  and  nuiiiuiui  iiro  not real  parents.   They  ! adopted you,"  Second   Little   Girl���������"Wi'll,     that  makes it nil tho moro satisfactory. Mv  tuireiits picked mo out, and yours hud  ;to take you ns you camo."  The funeral of Josef Repi������"r, aged  eiirlity-three,  who died  nt  Mittornor.  vnld, in Austria, was attcndi-d hy hi*I  hundred gnitiilcliililreii,   who   wnlk.d  two by two behind his cofllu,  The luniks f.,iy a linn, is "inn tetfill,"  but, in real lif���������', women lintul it to lilm  without sugar by saying In* is "biMsy,"  from those diuiRcrotis and disgusting  posts.  Switzerland bus one pimtofuco for  every W*'_ inhabitant*- Germany for  1.4051 KiiB'lanil, l,������7,'l: Il"lgium, fi.Hn;  Austria, 2,965; Franco, .1,00s; Spain,  4 \,\t   n���������,l Tnrlrov   Is 'l������*l  Man on the Door���������Ticket, sir?  "I don't require any ticket,    I am  tlio author ���������f the play,"  "Kt*'p right in.   The play is 'Hum*  lot '"  OLD MUM I  TEN FOR TEN CENTS  Tales of Cities.  V-Milfe haa iMH-ome, neat to (lenou,  tbe prltti-lpiit 11ii Um n port.  VhiIco I* htillt un IIH email Island*.  connected hy UTH brldgen; Ain*i,*r(li,m  ���������,, n,,.ii.,i. 1i*������* I..|.,,w1.   ennnoi'tnU ,'" ">  most tint) brldgmi,    Ghent stand* uu  VU islniid*. jolnnl by '_70 bridge*,  Prc-vloiiM to Jan. 1, 1IWII, llieri������ wert  Iwclre uiiiomoblle mainifn������iur������-r* ������n  Detroit, with u cupltiill-iitloti of |7,Ml.*i,-  OUO.   Dining the year of lttou twenty-  tion of ai.in-o.ono. ttegan the inanutuc-  turlng of nutomolillra In Detroit  lu l'JOl) than uuy oilier city In tbe  United Stntos, having had '_,.r>l*', wltb  2,00!) ooiivletions uud $1,03U.SU collected in tine*.  In the city of Canton, China, are  such pleasant sounding strofis aa  Benevolence, |*i������no���������, Hrlght Cloud, Lon>  gevity, Kiirly ItoHtuwcd 11 less lugs,  Kverlastliig Love, One Hundred Grandsons, Kutri'shlng itroezori, NlnetolU  Brightness, and no on.  Progress and Labor.  A aufo method of tiring Htiota iu  mine* by elect rid ty hn* been deviled,  A ten Ntory luillilliig wiih built In  Now York city recently In forty-mtveu  working days.  In tho last leu yeara a* much rice  line lit-i'ii produced In the Unlti-d  Httite* a* wua |ir<MluciHl from 1H0U to  MOO.  A device for signaling to military  bnllnoii* nt night tin* l>i*oii tin**,! on  the lower of the mil way atui1<ui at  Hpiiinliiii. II cnimlNt* of u liirge hurl*  roiu.il vmmhIoii ring provldi-tl with iliir-  IJK'lttht elecirk' liiitiiidttKeiit luiup-i.  If they nre you ure in danger.  When through weakness or disease the kid-neys fail to filter the  impurities from the blood, trouble  comos nt once. Backache, Rtiou-  mutism, Scinticn, Gravel, Diabetes, Gall Stones and the deadly  Bright's Disease are some of the  results of neglected kidneys. Dr.  Morse's Indian Boot Pills contain  a most effective diuretic which  .strengthens and stimulates tho  kidneys so thnt thoy de their work  thoroughly and well.   Try  DR. MORSE'S  INDIAN    ROOT    PILLS  A N?,% JiKendaljs  pavin  i   Cure ?  Soienca Sittings.  Venn* la tha brlghtr-at of all the atnra  i\���������\ ii.n.i-* the ,,c,u-e.������t tu ua of ,ill ''*������  plntiel**, Only tha moon la ever nearer  the c.irtli.  Tho utrltig of twada of light *""���������  tfiree a#*n tor aevaral a������?ond*i nfi*r  a flanti of ligbin/ni ta due to tbu in  t-awli-wome of tba air.  The mnal thaory ot Mara la opnow*')  by ������b������ Swedlali aavant Arrhenlna,  who iMntta ������N������ p������-f������mmrH������*ia nrmrrrrm  ate hot* ctafta te tba eattere of tba  planet  BRONCHITIS  If Neflectt-J, It ma reacbee Ihe Lm*i  eel auy Fre*e Fatal.  Mr C, l..r.ifrnw-.f lltSMilliewlRt.,  Toroelo, wtiwt under due ol fttpumtwr  )}, VM, "Q������*y**t ***ti..*y ������,l ***  traded a wvere eold in the *h������������i, wliith  developed into Broncbile I took three  _ib<1������ oi medicine endioimd no impiotr.  ment. Afrknd of mine adviwd me to tiy  PSYCH.NE end inlht*ede,il f.'tlik* a  n*,,, w.,. ...'������     I .i.,\*.lA.I n,t-r-*lr nnw  whet a Y-lu.-le cure you htve in P*> V-  CHINEf>3fitcuf**dir*iwlwfe������lloilieimed.  icinethidfeiled. |emmo������ell>������*ltiin-fttllo  bewll'^,e**J*iorth������Mk*o(oiH������fiwl>o  may be ill.you me-/ publnh thiit������ttimon^l<  Stop thrt eold or Ihe re������ultt will he  eerieta,. You can di thii by *an*ng uplhe  ������������������ttem with PSYCHINE.  fee tab If a few*, Ui. A tl i" **  Dr. T. A. SLOCUM  UWttD,  TORONTO  iNi?  PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN  The Umpire.  "Be kind lo tln������ umplri**. llemomlifr  thai lit* bus io dnlih. agntiiHt aoiiitt*  IwmIv.������������������/'hli'ttcn  Ifeeiird.Horn 1,1  President 'Jiift think* he hue n Irani  job, bill tie nut-in lo umpire llm next  world* n'-rleM giiiuci.-Ailiuiiu Journal.  'i'ln* liiiHi'tiall umpire I* n dollght to  many people, owing io the iniiiinor In  ������������������������.��������� ,, >     '    ���������( ....... '.,  out <���������������< ,i|i>i,i- iiioi.ile. to t,i._rlng evt-  dem-v,-\\a-liingloii **.lur.  German Gleanings.  Ocriiinnys iter In I niivy itlrcady contain*  luuflfeli   irin-n,  All llit* largo imiit'h finbule* of  . (ji-l lu;in> t..ii������' (,*������.;. d tl.t-ii l������-u������** UU-  ttrr an ii_refi���������i-,ii I'liitiliirf in,ill r.l.*u.  Anytsuly ������im w.'iif. it lm,pin In tho  atrivis or pubilr (time* ������l llMnnvrr,  Prui-l*. I* tl.iti.u- ttudi-r th*. I,i������ io ar*  r������Nl mimI line  Warwn.Onl,  F*b. llth,  "I hail ��������� horie that  tint ��������� s-ii'ln for a  lone Umt soil I had  tilnl nrirlynrer*/ kin-1 ol medicine  when i nrlghlior told m������ io uie  Kendill'l 8p**ls Cirr, which I did  aid li acted weadtrtvUr."  M. ROHKNTIIAI,,  Keadall'a Spavla Cura li ae  unlnul tip*rlm*nl, but It Ihf world'!  ilamlanl itu,*ily lor HI Nwrlliafi,  ftriH niini-titoiml Ui,i'������"������ la hone  and in in.  1,'miI (h< world <*������*, for ityttu.  V������������ry f������rm������r. i,ix-|it������in, ������ipr***-  mm, ll'try pro|irl*ior aad horee  owner   |*o*ntly  ihould  keep   It  nlwtjr* o* htad.  |t, i t-M.tilr-.lt far fl.   Auk your  dralrr for fit* copy of our hook "A  Trull** On Th* HorM" - or wrllt ui  Hm\ *. 3. Kt3*ltM.t CO.   86  Kanobarf rail*,   ���������    Virment.  wen*.  Shot fioiis, Capped  Uotk, Lursllls  kr* herd to cura, ft  ^gSORBINE  ���������Htlmv.t ,k������*- ���������"*, l.m no (M***-.  .,   .      w--������* ���������������''**  .'>.���������*.-*    .(   ........  lUltiir  i'ie, mr i>nir<,ri**������llii>f. B**r������i ������*,a  k������������,i������.l.liu*r>*r'>*>lll.,..ln.r������-.������������������������l,fr..,  AtiaoitnlMB, jn., (mtakln*. IIM MU*,)  l���������, a���������in HfiiiM, 0,4 ������*,rti, a������������iiiaii, uiim,  V.rlr������.. V������ln������, V������flr���������.in,.,, >,i(.. filn  ������, r. naif, ft, in Tmeii It,. Urmttm, Mm.  (.reiii U4., a.*n,i, rm������u i������������m*.  Uh tmrnmtt er Mem* am* ��������� *jm &., Wmmt;  in aiMMi am t tkeaMii Ci��������� eameta aat CUmm,  Md awetnei trei. tt. ut,, (Mewm.  Brass Band  Thi, h thr  Time to  Orgmniaa  Initrumanta, Drum; Bend Mtttie, Eta,  tVtRY TOWN CAN HAVE A BAN J  l/iwmt r>ri"B������".V(*r i(U0t������4.    Kjtl* calAlutiua,  fttr tun iilu.t.rmUoo-, mnUMl tha.  ���������Arlloae  inr ������n-/thio������ la Mm c ar Mi'ikol tmtmmma.  tlmrmeny I* a r������iml,tiiri r������r.-lii*-**ron j WMAw,,R *?T5���������f *���������m *r s!la*IM  a nnwll *-**ih*.    *l tuny  we'll* In  tiM������ j wmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  ���������iVMmt tnata oil to the amount of j " ** "*" "" u���������ag?Bg  JI3..M** l*<ii* of .,-lH oouuda wrtin. ' W. N, U., Ne. TW. THE  mWB, Cl'MBIRUVND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA^  ������_=  TIib toliBrlaad News  Issued Every   Titesdav .by  the  tComox   St.   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  Tiii* pa* ei* will *i������������t hold it^lf  (responsible for tin, opinions of others, us may appear in its columns  ���������Croni time to time..  TUESDAY,    AUG.   9,  1910,  JtUPEfcT LAN-������ DISTRICT  Ifciiriot of Rupert-  TAKE Bt-tiea that Lilla Klet-or J������-_Uin-  *"*n. nf ^auuoiiVBr, B. C, iiopuyatioo,married woaau, intend* toaoply.iu* permission .to purchase the following desciibed  iRadft:��������� L. E, .lonlrinson's S.E. o-ruor,  C*>,v_*menoiui< at a pqst platted at the  noirth enst corner of Section 1, Township  -i, thence we������t 10Q chains, thenoo north  S3 ehaini, more or lose to Georgia Like,  thenoe Bast along the lake shore to Towu-  ���������hip line, thence south 38 chains more or  Iohi to place of .crimuionc-inent eQutniniug  5.0 acres, more or U-.w.  LILLA ELEANOR JENKINSON,  Wm. Leslie, Ag������-i,t.  Dated June 23rd, 1,910.  L..AJ-ID ACT.  .J"eBi_ JS*e.;9.-  /  Form No. 9.  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice.  New Westminster Land District.  District of Now Westminster.  TAKE NOTICB thnt John H.  ���������,Glanvifle, of Lund, B. C occupation storekeeper, intends to apply  ���������for permission to purchase tbe following described lands*.���������    ,  Commencing at a post planted  ���������about 15 cbains west oi S. B. corn-  .er of T. L. 29141, thence .west 40  .chains, thence south 40 chains,  ithence east 40 chains, thence north  -40 chains to the point of com'  mencment,  JOHN PL GLA>,"V_LLE,  Name of Applicant (in full).  Dale- June 1,7th, 1910  KUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE " thut" Lilla Florence  Jpukiosou, of Vanoouver 11. O. d,*oupati.*u  Spi,i������ter, intends to apply for nt-rummou  to purohaao the following described laud-;.:  Commencing at a pott plautel -t the  north east corner of section 36, Town-  ship '20, thenco Ronth 80 chains, .thonce  ���������vent 80 chaim., .thvues north SO jcitnim,  thence east 80 chains to place of ,Cv,m-  menc-ment, containing C-10 acres more  or leas.  LILLA FLORENCE JJCNKINSON,  Win. Leslie, Agont.  Dated June 21st 1910.  forte of -totice.  ���������Coast District,  ���������DisWi-t'oei'-ange 1.  TAKK uotide th-t  Willi-m *Lae_,   af  Vaucouyer,, occupation fclcKineer,  intends  to apply for permission to puro_-tu-.e the  fallowing described l_nd>;:���������  Couuneuoing ut a posi planted on the  beaoh about one and a half miles South  E-8it from the South J5a*t comer of O. L.  3358, .thenco Nojth   eicl^y  (80)  chiles,  theuce <_U.-t oighty (60) ������������������hiins,   thence  South (80) chains,   thene*,   \Ve--t   (80)  -1, iii us, to poiut of coinmenjjeiueai, con-  taiuius jbix hundred aud forty auies, more  or lean.  WILLIAM LEEK  Name of Appaciuc  Dated/une 4th, I-J0.  northeast comer of No 6, being .our  miles north of the southwest corner of  No i, thence north 8o chains, thence  wes-; 8o chains, thence south 8o chains  thence east 8o chains to tbe point of  commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4, I9I<>.  LAND ACT;  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coaet District, Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE tbat Burton Hoi-  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Farm of Notice.  Coast District, Range t  TAKE   NOTIOE   that  John  M.  land, ol Vancouver; oooupation, ao-1 Stt-wart, of Vancouier, oooupation car  JPonalfQ. 9  LAND ACT.  Form of .Notice.  It-Jew Westminster Laud  District  District .ol: Comox  TAKE notice that Fanny Fran-  ���������zen occupation, married woman,  intends to apply for pei-nvission to  ^nT^lm^c'tbre- ���������fallinviiig-deseiibed  Jancl.:  "Commencing at a po������t planted  ���������at the North East corner ,of Lot  1615 N. W. D. .thence East SO  .chains, thence North.80 cbains,  thencd West 80 chuius., .liance  JSooth.80 chains to jioitit of com-  .'jnenctvment, containing GiO uteres  more or less.  FANNY FUANZKB,  Applicant,  Churl_-Fiivn/.-u, Agent.  ���������Dated May SOtli, 1U10.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE NOTICE that   Paddy Clement  BVythe, of Vancouver,   B, C. occupation  Logger, intends to  apply for permission  to purchase the followiag descrUiea laa<?s:  Coimiuucing at a post plmt-d at a post  planted at tho .(southeast Corner of Seo-  don 13, township .21, mirkwl P.  C, Bly-  thj S. fi, corner j thence jiurtb. 80 chiiuB,  thence west 80 chains,  thence south 80  chains., theuce eist 80 ch-ins to place of  commencement,   contaiujug   640  acres  more or letm  PADDY -CLEMEKT BLYTHE  Wm. Leslie, Agent.  Dated June 30th, 1910.  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  District of-Rup.rt.  TAKEuo.t'ce that William Robinson,  ij-sf Vuaci)U*/e*i B. C.  ocfwi-atiou Salesman  juteuda to apyiy fur peraiiasiuu tu pui-  ciuu- the following (I'-scribed lands: C> m  mKnoim* at at a p*.st planted at the S. E.  uorner of Saciou $i, T,>wuabip 21, nmr_-  eql \y. itobuinon,   S. E. ������oii).r,   theuct-  uor^s .80 chains, thence west .80 chaius,  ihence soi^h -.80 cliaiua,   theuce  east 80  attains to place of commencouioat, cou.t Am  -ing'6_0-.cf'3!s^raorc-������r-lfess _^   WILLIAM ROBINSON  VVra. Leslie, Agent.  Darted June 30th, 1910.  LAND  ACT.  Form No. 5),  Forai of Notice.  Coaet District,  District of Reuse 1.  TAKE notice that V.ema Leek of tf-vu-  couver, occupati,,n Spinster, intend} io  apply for permission to purchase the {ol-  lowing described lauds.;���������  Commencing at a post planted at tho  North West oorner of No. 1, thence West  flighty (80) chains more or le* s to C. L.  3358, thence North eighty (80) chains a-  long C, L. 3358, theuce East eighty (80)  chains, thenee South eighty (80) chaius,  to tho point of couwaeuceme-t, eoutaiu-  ingsix hundred and forty (G_Q). aciea  more or less.  VERNA LEEK  N.me of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Const District.  District of Ran)*e 1.  TAKE NOTICE that Walter Leek, of  Vancouver, occupation engineer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands; Commencing  al a post planted at the northeast corner  of No 4 (being thr*ee miles north of the  southwest corner of No 1) thence north  80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence  south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,  to the point of commencement: containing six hundred and   forty,   640,  acres,  more or less.      WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applicant-  Dated June 4, 1910.  oeuntant, intends to apply for per  missloa 00 purchase the following described taode: Coaiuieocing at s poet  planted at the north east oorner of No  12, being lour ipiles north and two  miles neat of the sooth west comer ol  No. 1, thence north 80 chains, th*ncr  vi ret 80 ch������,in8,tbeuce south 80 ohain?  thence eaat SO chains, to the point ol  ofmaieooemeot, containing tf_U aores,  mora or let*-.  BURTON HOLLAED,  Name of Applicant.  Dated Juno 7th, 1910.  pe_ter.iotendB to apply for perou*  eiou to purchase the following descnb  ed lands:���������Commencing at a pest  idaoted at tbe northweet corner of No  11, being tt*ree milde uortb and three  miles weet of the eonthwest corner of  No 1, thence north 80 chains, thence  west 80 chains, thence south 80 ohsins  thence east 80 chains, to the point of  commence uieot, contain in ft^iO ������i>ie*"������  more or Usi. JOHN M.8TEWART.  Name oi Applicant.  Dated June 6,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  &&.������y.i-  Form-of Notiee.  Coast District,  District of Range 1.  TAKE notice that Elanor Leek of Vancouver, occupation Married woman, intends to apply for per.niUsion to purchase  the following dosoribed lands:���������  Commencing at a p*iBt planted   at the  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE that Ruth Ko-inOUrk  ,,of Va-icouve**, B. 0., .occupation marriid  ���������woman, intends to apply fur pwriiisuiou  to purchase,the following doiwriiiod lauds;.  -.Commoaoiaiig as a pusfc pluntod nt the  south eiwfc.c.rnor of N-oiinn 1, Towrml^lp  21, ihenoB north SOchuij*',, the-aca weBt  -80 chains, tlienoo south 811 ehoius, tlitune  east 80 oliuins tu placo 0/ 0 numuuiomwit,  flontttluiuglllOiKH'OH, inor* orl"8������.  RUTH KlCZI.v CLARK,  Wm. Lo*>li*>i A^ent,  Dated June 2lBt, U110.  ^   ' RUI'ERfLANJ) DISrTtlU'F  District (���������J1 Rup<*rt.  TAKE NOTIOK tlut G.orge Norman  Worsley, of Vnucouvw, B.C., ocoup-tion  hook-kooper, Inteiidn i> npi*ly for j)������rmi������-  Bion to . purohaHO tin, fiiltuwinu desoribi'd  Jnmla.t���������Commencing ������l a t*i������8t pluutuil nt  tlio Houtl) WOit (iornar r,f S *n iu��������� iS/Pr-n-ii  <bip8, po*t mui'l,0(l O. N VVcr-iluv'M <*,  W. c������mer, tlu-ncf* ������a*it Ho '���������liairiR, thtMiue  north 80 ohitim, ilmiice  wost, so oliium*.,  tllOllOO   BOUtll 80 1'hlliuH to   |>'U-it) ul'   1,0,11-  ���������nonccaiisut, oontuining fMti aires, moro  or Icsh.  OKOROJ5 NOJtMAN WORSLEY,  Win. L'lHlie, Agent,  Ditod Juno 20tU. 11)10.  llV PKRXL,\Nj7D7rt]'Rii;F  Distriouf Kuffirt,  TAKK NOTICK Umt  M������pln*n Noitb,  nf Vnncnuvor, II, C, nee,);* t.on,  huuk-  keper, iiisuriil" lo ,|ipl> |, r |, -iihion to  purcluiHH tin, follow ,i������ ili-Huiihi-d IhihIi*,���������  ,S, Hontli, N. W, cruivr. ".''iiuiiu'iii'iim itt  a pout pimted en 're* Kiiip 1 11b tit -uiiUi  out part ���������f Ofiotgitt Luk*', 1 _���������_������> ���������01 ,<o,iUi  HWolinliiH, Dum, nr W:i t* iln* rjuiirti-r  post hotwo'in .SeotMtui Hi out ot,, Town,  itlcp Dii'idVO, lliitiu, mul 1,1 iliMiiM,  tlimiiw rorlh 160 oliaiaH, lu iu'i������"*u-t III  uhdi,*", thwK.'i*nouili  *Ji,l>.;i,h o\<hvtot  /!O!WI)OllCl-n>0llt,    I'Ui'l 1 l,j,       CJU    "i,*l*'H,  IHO C Or Ioim,       SiKI'lll'S -i'ATll,  Win, I,''���������li-.', Agent,  pit.e-1Ji.no Slrd, 1HI0  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT j  3->i_*trict of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Edward Thorn  ley, o.f Vuuco������yi;, B.C., pu.cu|jauoii, Tiuv-  eilor, inteuds ,to appiy for permiauinn to  yus(jbase tiie/olloniug defcrjiiefi lauds;  Co_ame������eiDg ,-a.t a po.t planted at iln.  i*or,t*"*.,ea*it corjier nt Section 12, Towatup  211 tbtenoe east 80 chaius, thence south  40,ftlMime, theo^-eiweeit 45 ������bninR more or  \nsn to GiorgMt Luk*-*, tbenee wenterly  along iioith .liore of lako 05 chiiim,, more  or Iuhh to whoreiueution line between Sec,  12 and 13 iulorBQCta lane, Uion,*.'- oiutGO  ohaiiiB more or les* to place of nommeix*,*  meat inscribed on pod, 80 oli dns to N. li,  corner^ B* T)K,i,,l������y, containing I) 10 acr,.*s,  Wore or Its*. EDWARD TUORNLEY,  Wiii. Leslie, Ageut.  Dated June 28th, 1910.  North Wc3t corn6T^^TlTt_enceT*Iti*ftir  eighty (SO) cbama, tbeuca East (80) chains  thence South eighty (80) chains, thenoo  Wost (80) chain*,.to point of commencement, containing tix hundred and forty  acres, moro or less.  ELANOR LEKK  Nume of Applieant.  Dated J������me 4th, 1010,  RUPEltr LAND DI8T1U0T  District of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Samuel Bow.  don, of Vancouver, B. C, occuoation mi*  i,,g oiisineor, iutoiid* to apply tor prrmi*  sion 10 piiiff-tiiiBn tho following de.-ribful  lands:���������Ooniitnenciiig at a punt plan ted at  thn Bouth >������eat coruarof flrotion 2, Township -1, tliuiCu nor 1) BO ehaini*,   ihttnuc  ���������ait80 chain*, thonce south 80 nhainn  UiPi'.ce went 80 chains, to pluuo of comm  oiioflniont, oontuini.ig (110 uoro*, move or  less. SAMUEL HUWDEW,  Wm; LbsIio, AjjOnt,  Diilud June Slat, 1,010,  RUl'EUT LANDDISTIUOT  Disti-kt (<f Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE tint llai.loo Aebby, of  Vancouver,  11. C, ofjcupation,  mnrrlo*  woman, iutemls to apply for pawn-mini.  - > pun-iiivie tlieifollowmg d^rorilia..! laiiil**:  Cjiuinflnciiigaf. ft po*t I'lniited at tin  soil.li ,'imt corner of Soolloa Um, Tnwn-  nhij, *.l,  thonce   imrth 80 i*liui* h,  tl),'"oi-  wrsjrtO-liaitii, thotice Bouth 80 chaiiiH,  tlmiico cast 80 chains, ta plao,* of onmm-  eiiwiunpt, oonlainiui* <J4(I aciri**, nmre nr  ltw������, ll.*tll*KK AfiHliV,  Win, Lpslif, Agent-.  DiitiMlJuimlllHt. 1010.  Cook's Cotton Root Compoueil.  Tho nroftt I'teHro Ton!**, aa,l  only  ���������afo  -ili'itnal Monthly  illoguliiuirnn ivlitcli wo������n'ii un,  lojH'iiJ. Mil In tli  if ruiDimtlv-'vo. X,  t) Awn** afMmttr  LANlf ACT.  Form No, 0.  Form of Noiioa,  Coast Dis.riot Rai ge 1.  TAKE NOTICE th.t Ka iicrineBrnwn,  occupation   widow,  11 iend'i  to apply for  pirmiosion to purcliane tho f,*l!o������ing  ile-  ������irided  lands;   Onmiiiwioiug ut a p^s,  planted at the nnrf bon -t corner of  No, 2  (feeing two miles north of the southwest  corner of N,������ 1) Micnc* north eighty L80)  chains,   thorn's  weet   t iglity (80) chains.  tlmuuo south eighty (80) chains,   thence  east .eighty [80] chains, to tho  point <>f  coiiiaiuuooiiiciit, ooijtiiiniug ,ix hundred  and forty [(MO) ncree, more or loss.  KATHEttlNB BROWN,  Nome ot appliuant  Dated June 4.1010,  LAND ACT-  Form No. 9,  l-'orn-i of notice.  Coast District Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that William H.  Whalen, of Vancouver, occupation, gentleman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  lands: Commencing at a post planted at  the north easi corner of No. 6, beinij  four miles uenh of the south west corner  of N". 1; thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 cbains, thente south 80 chains,  thence west So ohains, to the point of  commencement, -containing sixhnndred  and forty acres, more or less.  WILLIAM H, WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910. ���������    0  LAND AOT.  Form No,*..  Form oi Notioe.  Ooa.t District, Range 1,  TAKE NOTICE that Alex F Brem-  cer. ol Boston, occupation engineer,  intends to apply for pprnnwsion to pur-  obaso tbe following dfscribed lands:���������  Commencing at _ post planted at the  northeast corner ol No 12, being lour  miles nortb and two milee we_t of'tbc  "outhweati comer of No 1, tbenoe north  80 obaioe, thence east 80 cbaiu^,  tbenoo south 80 chains, tueuoe weet  80 chains, to tbe point of commeDCt-  ment, ooutainins- 6i0 acres, more or  Nbr. ALEX F.BREMNER.  N������me ol AppliCftDt.  Dated June 7,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  dopi'iij. H<ih\ In tliiv,, tiiiiMio-  of t-tiiiiurtU..,\0. X, 811 So. li,  '���������'it m K  trv bo*.  ix-uint of prl*"-  , A'lJft-,'1,*'/ THJ  'i>rmirii,>VnAn.r\  W{U$n\%a)mtnar,VA  tor ������>"��������� l������l <*'ii������i,, to ii  Hold hy el) aniMi  p,rei>ttl'l nn ix-ulpt ���������)*  Vrmti pi,iii|,l.'ii  (pr .e)������i' lul eyai,  J ��������� >i- _ _j*h������o ���������jtimi.i.'.oi..  'MfUmtlH|fc,TO-|������NTO,fJM. (/<  LAND ACT,  Korm No. V.  -orni oi Notiee,  Couint District,  District cf Rnngo No 1  TAKE NOTICE tbat Annie Bremner, of  Hor,ton, ocuupi'tlon epinf*t(<r������ intends to apply tor pi'rmikfiinD to put chime 1I10 follow  jog clt-HCxibuil liiml-*: t'ommeiU'inR nt a poft  planted at the northeast corner of No, 2  Jliolng two mili'H north of the uoutliwoBt  ornor of Nu, 1) tliouoo nortli eighty [8U)  oliaiDH, thonco ei*nt eighty (80) cliiiin-.,  thonce eonth uglily (RU|   ulmuis, thuiico  wont citjlity [80) clinine to point nf uom*  tnonci'iuout, oout-iuiug six liiimlruil and  forty (010) uoree, more or Ichh,  ANNIK BRKMNER,  Name of Applicnut.  Dated Juno-1, 11)10.  I.aND ACT-  rorin N������, 9.  Coast Ditirict.  Di-iirii t ������( Rang,! 1.  TAKK NOTICE thaiKdwin I' llicm.  iiui, ot V.tnrouver, inxupatiiii) Uiokci, intends to apply for permission to pun Iium*  Ciint'  l>i.u������,.i ������������������ J;-,..-.���������������. ' "���������<- M,',fffj* {mlTi)XW'\-*Wnr I me������c,ng at a post plamed at the noitli- ��������� IJnlC(I  TAKK NOTICK U-i.i .li.lu, Kn-kinr, of J ffiXT*^^^^ ������ast corner ol No ., tt-ei.ig ih.ee   m,Un>  EtXCueHoldJii i������Ui��������� ���������!;'i.,5 strmafirwi,toce iwi111 ,!'^^ *������ **������������������* *****  ,iing ������t������ p/i������t p'ai.l <l   t ili.ti,-i,'*'li   imt |yfnrnurri.i WitiAeurr T������ronToiOf*)t. M*'-^   eighty,  >io,   chtins, lliencc nouth  "fo. rh,i,���������  . *~Fornrof'NoTTce"  v Coast District.  District of Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that George Whalen, ot Vancouver, occupation, contractor  intends to apply for permission to purchase   the   follcwing   described  lands :  Commencing at a post planted about on,  mile west from ihe north west corner ol  No 2, being two miles   north   and  two  miles west of the south west corner of No  i; thence north 80 cnains, thence east 80  chains, thence south 80 chains, more or  less to C. L. 3358, thence west, 80 chains  ulont* said license to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.  GEORGE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 41b, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  K-orin of Notice.  Const District Range 1,  TAKE NOTICE that Robert li, Ellis  of Vancouver! occiipation,br<,ker, intends  lo apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands: Cmnmencing  at a post planted at the couth west corner ot No. to, being two miles north and  two miles west of the south west comer  of No. 1, thence north 80 chains, thence  west 8u chains, thence south 80 chums,  more or le_������, thence cast 80 chains, to  point of commencement, containing 640  acres, more or less.  RUHKKT 11, ELLIS,  Name of Applicant.  lUtcd .Tunn *tt)i, 10)1),   LAM) ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Const District Range 1,  TAKK NOTICK th it John (I. Ann*  strong, uf Vancouver, omipation, cleric,  intends to apply for pcrmkiion 10 pur.  ,'linso   the followini,' describe,! Iind*;���������  (.'niiimenrun;   ,it  a pelt planted ;it the  iinrtli Pifii corner of No. it, bcin1' tli ice  iiuliw nonb ani two miles west of die  hiiiitb wet corner of No, 1; theme nonb  ft 1 rlniins, llit-nct* \ve*t 8��������� cli.iins, thence  thcnfc  sunt   80 chain*,, tlier.rn rust  80  ilniin**, i.j the  point ol oininvncnncnt,  I'lintKinuii't'i'i) rtcicN, more or le.**.  JOHNG.ARMSTRO V���������  Name of Applicant,  one 41b, I*; 10,  LAND AOT.  .    Form No. 9.  Form ol Notico,  Coast District,  Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE r.hat John Morav-  ic, of Va_cou*������&r,occupation constructor, intends   to apply for permission  to pnrcbaee  the  following   de-Briber,  landsr-Oomro-flciogata post plaotnl  at the northeast corner ol No 14, being   fi������e  milcB north and two miles  west of tbe nonthweet corner of No 1,  ihence Dortb-Ocbainu, thence   west;  80 cbair.fi, thence   soutb   80 chains,  tbenoe eaet .0 o_aine,to the piint of  cororDeneement, coutainin*' 640 acteB,  more or leii.      JOHN MORAVIC,  Natae-of-Applican.t_  Dated June 6,1-10.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coaet District, lWge 1.  TAKE NOTIOE that Ale_auder MoPht*  of Vanoouver, Ocoupatiou, carpenter, in* ,  teuda to apply for permission to purcha-e  tho iollowin-j described l;iDdu*.-^-CoBaun-uo-  ing at at a post planted at the north west  corner of No. 12, bein/- four milt-e north  aud three miles weet of the south vest 00, -  ner of No.l, thence north 80 chains,tlieuc_  west SO ohains, theuce south SO chains,  tbenoo eaat SO chains, to the point of com-  ineficement, contoiniDg 940 acre*, more or  less. ALEXANDER McPHEE,  Name of Applicnut.  Dited June Och, 1910,"     <���������>  LAND ACT.  Form No. 1.  Ceaat District, Range 2. '  TAKE NOTICE tlut Naomi MePhe.*,  of Vancouver, occupation, mairied woman  iuteuds to apply for permission to purchase tbe following iJescribed land**; Cum  meucing at a post planted at the uortfi  weft corner of N,1. 1-i, being five wilim  uo,tl\ and tliree mile* west if the' south  weatooiuer i*f No. 1, thenco north 80  ohuin*,. thence west 80 cnaine, thenco  south 80 chains, tbenee east 80 chains, t������  tbe poiut of commencement, oontaiiiug  li_0 acres, more or less.  NAOMI McPHEE,  Name of Applicant.  Dated Juno 6th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No 9.  I'orm if No'ice."  Ooest Diitriot, Rmj>e 1.  TAKB NOTJOE that Joseph Mnr-  avio, of Vn-r.oovBt, occupati, n oa^'w-  u-r, iotendg to npply lor p'rn i sion to  purchase the lollowingde*)crlb*>d Unds:  Oomroencing at ft post plant-erl at the  nortlut.it corner <i No 14, beioi' fite  miles north aod two miles weet of the  8'inihwittouf'Bar of N' 1, thenoe north  SO cl ftins, tiie, oe eiwi 80 cIihiuh.  thenoo south 80 el)a.u������.tt,iQ0-wi-*.t-?0  chains,to the point of cothiueac-  ment contttiniwL* fl-0 ������.)re*-, more or  \m, JOtfi-l^H MORAVIC,  Nun.a of Applicant.  Dated Juno 0,1910  LAND ACT;  Foi-n, No. 9.  LAND ACT.  Form No 9  Fcrm of Notice.  Coast Diittrict, JRacge 1.  TAKE NOTICB tbat WiiiUra  Haine������, of Vancouver, oooupation fore  man,iuteu*-!* to npply for ptrmUsioi  to purchase the followio-j- ,le*o������ibf,l  1-iidH.���������Commencing at������ post pliuitdl  nt the uortbe-st coruer ol No 10, be-  ing six miles nortb And tno miles  weat of the loath went corner ul Nn 1,  tbenoe north 80 chain*-, thenco west  BO cbiins, thenoe .otttb 80 chains,  tbeto-, emt bOcheioi, 10 the point ut  oommenceiuuiit^otitAiniiiu 610 ac.rei,  moro orient. WILLIaM HAlNEd,  Name of Applicant.  Dated Juui -6 1910  LAND AOT.  Form No 9.  Coast District, Ruige 1.  TAKE NOT|CE thit l.owi.s J. Bull, of  Vancouver, occupation, fonenn*u. i���������t������_ds  to apply for periniesioi, lo pnrcLaso   , tu-.  ���������foll_>,viug des.rilju-  lands; Ccmmeiciitig  ata post pliintetl at tbu north wett cuiiicr  of No. IC. beiugtix m l.'s  mirth aud ti*r<_a  miles west otcheenuib west w.rncr of No  1, thenceTuirth SO cii_in#, tlieioo we*t  80  chains, theuco wmtli  80 chain*,,  theuco  east 8*3 -cluinc, to the point of comme* 'O-1  moat, conUinliig-3'fO ace-, mine u lea.,  LKUISJ. HULL,  Name of Applioaut.  Dated June Cth, 1910.  LAND ACT..  Forai No. 9.  Form of Notioe.  Count Uistnot, ltnnge 1,  TAKE NOTlt-K Umt Alexaucler J. fiteiv  art, of Vancuver, oceuimtioj, curpuntt-r,  in tenia b to iij'ply ti'i* perninsioii t, imr-  ului'O the following   d-jsciibotl IiimIh;���������  Commencing  11b a  pus*:  plumed en t"0  Bh������re   about **',   milts in n  -timlh uas.  torly dirr'olion from th. soutl) Wi-s, e���������r*  nwrof No.l,  tlu-iiue iinrtli  SO obnin",  thenoo eaat  80  cluiim, thenoe amitli  80  eliuins,   tlienio west SO oluiiHB,  t<>   point,  nf conuixmceiiiJiMt, umilaiu'mv 040 uerei-t,  more or loss,  ALKXANDKIl J. Sl'KWAUT,  Name of Applioant.  Dato June 9tl), 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No, P. Form of Nouco.  Con-it Ui-triot. HM,gu 1,  Form of Notioe,  Coin Diitrloi, Range 1.  TAKB NOl'ICK tlmt Ot-orge 0,  Fratt, of Vanouii������*)r, tooup-tiou ao  oouuient, infuds to npply for pur  cniiaiio to purchase tha Inlluwlng de*  ecritud Undet���������Ootomrar-i kat**port  plant* (I tt the oorihtnm coruur uf No,  t0, bving ii������ nil-M1 Bi������rHi end iwo u"^^���������,,, orksa lo.lnre line  mll������������ *������������������!������ ol theloiitlt went ooroi*r uf  No J, tbenre uortb 80 obair,*), Hmnri'  ���������������*������ 80 chain, tbe^10, loutti 80 otmio.,  ilionee weet 80 etui-*, to tin* poluioi  a* monentemeiii, continini C-10 acre.,  mora or lei*. UfcOHGK 0, l'KATl',  Name ol Applicant,  Detnd June 0,1910  LAND ACT.  Tv-cn V-t"?.  *ji,rni-r u) ,->������-i;.b>w ,.������, .   .      .,     ,  .  ������*utll 10chaine,  tt,-*������- ���������,*,.,1, **', cluiiim,  thimnenor*- lOol'tiin,,   ,.iiiii.,i  rxnl  *l  iilmins t*> pliw cf Mrtiinim** c iinnt, cm  tnimna (MO noree, tixini <���������, 1 ...  .IDUS tlL-J-ilNK,  Win   U' li", Ah������,nt.  JktedJune'.lit, 10.0,  HUl'KMLA.ND 1'1-UiK i ~"  Pl-drlft of Kni'irl  TAKE NOnCK tin* At< !l^������r !<������������������-  fcins'p, *f V-noou*.er, H. C , mnputnm,  fttnvogrtpher, inten n������ t" <|m *��������� I-r p*-ni,,������.  |lcn to pUWhaw, il���������- fni ������* * ing ��������� ������������������������ r md  j.tnU;���������Cotmoencii- a. h p **t ["nn'c-l nt  ���������4heenrtb we-tOc*riruf .S*-*ili������ii .15, low ���������  #hip 5W, tbenee m h ���������***> ������*),*������, ticiiM*  *J, M wUv it. tL ' c '. rth **" '���������'*'������ ���������������������������*.  ���������jiitnoe w������������t W cbt ���������������.��������� I pi ������������������������* wi coiii  pn'iiceuient, onnf ef* ���������g Uio   onu, iuoro *r  '^AP.I KLKIV;,*k JHXKiNwiN.  VIis  I* lis A*!������nt.  Mf4 (I'jue .lei M''-������  HAYA'AitD DltiTIUL'T.  TAKB NOTinK Umt eiitydo}-* after  ���������Ui*',J, I'horlfeH.atntnga, ot W'������m|...  town. C.'rtut" fnl������,id, e*wm>llower, In'mul  to ipnly fu* |i,>rmii>i���������a to lowi' tlteMlnw  i���������g "������">i'i ,bwa f,in-ehow-t*oiii|Uon_i���������n m  ������ |X'#*. placed ettlta hitrh water ma,It,  ���������iwiii   ihe I'jinln* north.rly frnui  tin* H.  V, cri.flr of tbo fnuntunal g, IV, ,<yari.  r ��������� " i*..r, S'l, (Vrteir. talnmf, Hu'iin* -tn--  ���������if4 I*aeotUlu-rl*/ ������lire4iioa fiU..-*i ^j (!���������.  ���������u   tor of Uu, shout lino t<i t pi.iut ten  ���������' "fl������ ���������t'titlit-fly tr<*m tin* wild ri. W. ������t,r- j  ��������� "���������*  -i iin- trMii'-'iiai   i\, *.*., .,,.,,i>,|   ������,,..'  1 mi, M t'*itu>$ tuiaiid, ������r,.i i-n.U-nng m\\ j  t< r������������lj",������i ,*i*r,*i)i iii, 1,1 n u������ l������ir niter  u .*.! fuL 3.HI,, 101*-.  Lit *.*������   It. MfltHMiF.  , * *tiu* "to. rh.i,ns, thence east eivhtv X������  (b_,n*io point nf coiiiincmcinent, con-  t-Mnini* six hundred and forty [-40} acres  more or lets.  EDWIN I' UKF.MNKU,  Name of Applicant,  Dated June 4, '9"������*  LAND A-i.  Form No 9,  1 '  LAXD ACT.  I'otut No, <;.  Form nf Notice.  Cofiii Di.iiul K-'injie 1.  TAKK NOr.CK tl'tt������������itrude Hn|.  Und, Of V*������,*eou������er,-"'ccupalinn, met-  ried wonmo, in'eode to apply for p������r  mleiloo to (itirchM,* tha fnllowln, d<-  lerlh'J laodm Coium-t-jnlug lit a D' ������t  nl* reed tt the north e������������t eorn-rof >���������_  11,   lrir*i/Ibrwrnil"** ���������*��������� rtl, nnd   ������*������<,  mil"* ���������*���������**������ of tr*" ���������** w'. ������ mi r cf X-  I. th*ee������ iiiinli H������* r.������,������l, *, iIm-.uch "h  Form on Notice,  Coitt Dlitriet, Benge 1,  TAKB NOTIOB thtr D������������e Fergn-  ���������ntt, of Vflnoonfer.OfeupitJoo boteher  iwn-'i ;a *-ri-';' '"���������* rc.-rr*'���������������'"���������' '0  rorclnie tbt following deeorihed  l������nd������:���������Oo*r,menolog*i a pn#t planed  urar thn betob tt tbe nmnweM ocini'r  of No 11, being two tnllm north end  line*' milet weet of the eouthwcit cor.  rei ol No l.the****** north 80 chtiii-*,  rhr-nra w>at 80ebil-e, thenee *oull.  H'lolieioi. n.oreo* l-a* to abore Hit,  11, to ci������     etn    8<1    nhtlnt      ttont*  hU  e������'*i-e    ������������i aaonft   IH) ������li-.i���������������.l*"^" ������'/ "m^1 ������'*������mmt**������>������*<*  ���������>. to tl-.* nrh.t h! rorialtAttt *M<*eatei, mntr ot lee*.  TAKK NOTICK tlwt J.I*KtbuUi Juo  SmitU, of Vaucniivui', ���������i'u,*p,ti������������������, innniod  wointiu, lutenil- u, iipyly tor purm hhi*���������i  to purohMo tliu fnllowln-* doi������iih<.d lam.s:  Coinuteuoiiig at a to.t pluntud nt tht)  ���������iiuth O'tHtuor.ier nf N'-i, I,  tlinncc a. mn  tho* -  00 <*������Bt 80 phiiineuliiiig noiDiiro bm.iiilii y  of No, 20, tlu-iio* no, th 80 ohuins, tluiuo 1  west SO chain*, to p *int of uoniinoiii!eii,������t.t,  ooutiluiag 010 aereni more or leas.  KLliailKTlWANKSM.Tli,  N.me of Applicnut.  Date Juno Olli, 1010,  1 ���������*������,������������������������ r** mf������������ Wl (buiru*.  Form of Notice.  Coast District,  |>i������ti,c, ol HmtKC l. j  TAKK ���������NiikkCk Dm!   Ikiri,   >',������������������.,  non, of Bmton, ������ciip*tiim m..if,������-d .������������.)  , immi, iniettds i**������ tuplv (���������*'  p*-,ini*���������,in i��������� j  imrrb.iMt Ihe hWrm-tn*- ������l-**-,d*rf ������������,!������;���������  11'onnn,et> mj- tl  4   j#m j*l#������,������J 4 i������h  oMV 4,'Nfc Li'ltAU A Yt'AK  1 run'enrewt-ot,eonuinng b'O ������cr*������,  m ta ��������������������� I*"***  <tK������TBUI*fi HOI.UNP  ^enieif Applioent.  Datn* li������f** 4 k, U������M������.  IMVF FBBUUHON,  Mrma of AppliMot.  D.'ed Jno* ft, l������l������  SUItfHMtlKK FOR TUK SKW'r*  GOOD PMNTINB  LAND ACT. ,i  *"������r*r. Vo 0 Vnrm nt Violr-n  Cn������������t Dlitrlet, It-itiRe 1.  TAKK NOTICK that David D������*nn  Milnr, of Vanoouver, iweupacioti, oirpeu.  ter, intendM toepply for permtmion to pur-  f,lir,������,������ thn fnlhiwintr ilifcr,l������il Ltid*:���������<'<vm  meociugat a po������t pl������iit-d at tiin aontli  ���������-teteoriitr *f No, 1, thuoee n.irth *0 chain**  thenoo *������������������( 80 ohains, thenoe south 80  eh-l-ii thence weet 60 olitini. to point ol  eatnaneneement, oontoieing IHtt aeree u<o*������  or !'���������������,  DAVID DAWi-tOX UlU'll  Ktiine at Applieant.  HaTil Jane Uth. 1010,  iiivt: ta a TUi.a:*'.*, ������t tiaeuiik**.  F<������R SALK���������A tht* n-������niw|  liniiKoon lifllf lot. For furtlM-t j������r-  ttculnrft 8j)j,|) Nt thi** ofHt-ti  YQH  SALK-fekniih   VremWe.  T)'fie������ritt*i in   j������*,^ -i*r*Vr.   C������������i*t  Ul su*U for tJtoM. Ap-  J yfewritti  $\VtM ui THE1 NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  LAND ACT.  Form'-To. 9. Form of .Notice.  Coast District,   Range L  TAKE NOTIOE that William F. Smith,  f Vancouver, occupation, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase  e following desoribed lands;���������Commenc-  ng at a post planted at tbe north east our.  ler of. No. 1, thence,north 80-cbains, thence  a������t,80 chains, thence south SO chains,  tnce west 80 ohains, to point of comm-  jjj-oement,, ooutnining 040 acre*, moro-or  vvi-LLLAM F. SMITH,  Name of Applicant.  j)atedJune 9th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  I'orm No. 9. Form of Notico.  Coast District,   Range 1.  TAKE NOTIOB that Margaret MoKiv-  , of Vancouver, oacupation, marriod wo  au, intends to apply for permission to pur  >aae tho following desoribed lands:���������Commencing at a post planted at the north eaat  pji'jier of No, 3, being two miles north and  ���������ie   mile east of the south wost corner "of  o. 1, thonce north 88 chaius, thence eas*  chains, thenoe touili 80 chuiru,   thence-'  est SO ch������,iua, to tho  point of commence  lent, containing ,640 acres, more or less.  MARGARET iicKIVOR,  Name of Applicant.;  ated Jane Oth, 1910.  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  Drink   U   B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B. C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -      FOR   SALE   BY      -      -  Walworth-Rolston Co.  M  Acup of BOVRIL  will drive away that  feeling of lassitude so  common in warm  weather. BOVRIL  gives vigour and tone to  the entire system. *  BOVRIL  1020 Westminster Ave,  Vancouver, B.������ C.  | LAND AC!'.  !'orm No. 9. Porn, ,f Notice.,  I Coast DiHtrict, Kangel.  [' ���������   ..  f TAKK'NOTICK that Annie Higham, o!  panuutivar, ocoupatiun, married woman, in.  jj.*.-i da toyapyly for permission to purchase  .he following desoril't'd  l_n'l_:���������Commeiic-,  r.g at a. post planted at the north -oust cornier of No. 5, being three miles nortb atari  tine mile east of the south went oorner ,n  pfo. 1, thence SO ohaias north, thonce SO  [ihiing east, thence SO ohains sontb, thence  |-0 chains west, to the  point of coinnience-  nent, caatatuing 640 acres, more or lens.  ANNIE HIGHAM,  Name of Applicant.  rOah-d .tun* 9ib, 1910.  ' il -it-i���������aim *mmWamWmtammmam* ��������� - *-_**ii*****nw_i-������--������----_W---W---_W-M*rt-ti  .1    "'"  IS  LAND ACT.  S"?,;rm No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coast District, Ranee I,  .TACK. NOTICJ*! th"_t Maggie Ar.mstrony  A Vancouver, oocupation, inarrii-d worn* u  Intends to apply for.permias8ouJo purohaee  |l,������ fiill������win������ described liiuda:���������Commencing at-a po������t planted a* tbe north east cor-  ner of No. 7, being four miles north nrd  Inn' mile ea������t of the soiuh went corner of  Wo. \'l , thenoe, north SO chuius, thouce east  jj-iO chain*, thenoe iiouili  SO chnins, thence  !,veut;30 chiiine, to the point of commune, -  moirt, containing-6*0 acres, moro or lesr,  MAGGIE ARMSTRONG,  j Niinip of Applicant,  H  H  fi  Pi  0  ti  <  fi  0  Hi,  rA  <  & ._;.*���������>  ���������D -*" M  .���������***_.  > S3  1-3   ���������>!  _*��������� a ���������������  _s jvj   O  2 O  o  - w  u  ���������5������  ��������� -'  n ������  - ~ S  _ -f *���������>���������  _ * _  2 . I"  ������ c. <D  ? ���������*��������� -1  >> - "  1*3 .   _  ft!       .  01  ���������tt  -  JS  A  9  t*  _  -a  *9  P,  o  o  i A-  _5  ������^  "*  I d  _s -n *���������",  ���������a a 3  c M O  id   5  ** r  -.3  Of  *S  J  H  W*  MADE IN'-CAMADA  NOTICE  ��������� Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or talcing any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodi*  Dtslongiiijr to tli-fi Wellington Colliery Co'y., oi* from'or off tlio land  of the said Oo-mpany. will bn.-pro.-*..  i*i.tited to tlio full extent of ti*olaw.  W. L. COULSON,  (letieriil i\fanao"ei'.  J"?  "Wi-.llitigton Colliery.Oo,y.  NOTICE.  Riding,on locomotives and rail  way cai'*J of the Onion Colliery  Company by any person or per-  ;oi)8���������except tnin civw��������� ic, strictly  prohibited. Employees Te������ sub-  ;ec to i.is-iw-iHsul for allowing sam  By order  W.  h.   COU-tSON,  General Manager.  MOTOR^^  BlCVChE  BfiHGAirlS  W,i hnve on hur.d at the present time four   special  bargain. in:  second-hand Motor Cycles as   foi  lows:  One Wolf 2 H. P. Prico $100  One Woif 2 H. P. splendid  cundition  Price $125  One F. N. oi 8 H.P, good or*  d������r Prioe $160  , One Minerva 4 H. P." tires  worn, Price "flOO  Thos. PLIMLEY  mo Gov,t btreet, ��������� Victoria, B.C.  fe-?^ Opposite Spencers  !-everal snaps   in secoijd-buiul cars  ofdiffeient size., also lautes'  una Ueiil's Bicycle-.  %mii*fm*m*&*J^fy'***^^  C. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES*  And oil KITCHEN    UTENSILS  f  Always the -same,  and  just -as  -���������ood us ever. Tile "Graiui J)nk_'"  Ptf'ir.  LAND ItEG'lSTKYAOT.  N-T-HK MATTER of un tiipiion-  tioii for ii J)i'.|)Hc������ie Certiflvnlo  ,y    of Tit le to 'pai t otf Section One���������  'lj , -fConinx 'District  j N0TICK Is hweby given that, it  my intention ut iluv expira ion  f ono month from tho dale of thn  ,rA jpublication hoieot lo dssue a  luplicute Ct*rtifio,ite of Tit-e   lo  (H)nvo land iiiHUKl to John Hapti-te  iddini*������ on the'lOili day of July  390 and numbevod 22751!.  ��������� J, P. MuLKOD,  Deputy Ik-giptrnr Oenenil,  ^-.ti- lU'iiiuiry Ollice, Victmii*, 11,0,  ���������he 13th day of June 1010.  ���������   .CHS-MSGALLY PURE  Canadian Government test.?  show wo havo tho purasi,  and highest (strength goods, $j������':  OHlett's Is used by tlttic i/i*.  ���������best Batai's end Caterers h ������  evcrywhci-o. ��������� Costa no Ll f/,  til .A*  r*f l'',"-"1  adulterated Jdnrfs.       &J i?*l  I E.W.CILLSTTCO���������LTD.i| Iff.  Toronto, Cnt. .8\ l$fft  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvery ���������convetiieti-"c for guePts.  TlieOanttiil Eotul for flport-mon,  Nonft but thr, l_**;t ol Wines and l.if|uor������  ���������it llic It ir.  RATES  REASONABLE  SiitisftU'tion ��������� Jiny a ���������'(irninl  tilje" iiml havo mitisfiii'tioti. i'li.  n itiuulii, litilid liindm nud niudu  m\ clour llitvium Filloi',  John Johnston.    Prop  Sportsmens Goods  nud  General Hardware  p**^V^VM>(J/i*v^j������������  t>  9  %  <*>  X  '������������  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  t  9  WATER NOTICE.  NOTICE i_   hereby given that   aa  application will he made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to oh-  tain a licetise_in tha       Divis_oi__Qf.  WATER NOTICE,  NOTICE is hereby given that an  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, "JL909," to obtain a license in the Division of  Comox District.  (a) Tho name of Company in full:  Comox Logging end "Railway Company.  The head office: Fraser Mills, B.C.  The capital, how divided, showing  amount paid up: ?25C,0O0, divided into 250Q shares of ?100.00 each fully  paid up.  (If for mining purpose-) Free Miner's Certificate No   (b.) The nnme of the lake, atream  or source (if unnamed, the description is) Wolf Creek.  (c.) Tbe point of diversion: At the  Falls on Wolf Creek about one mile  below Wolf Lake.  (d.) Tbe quantity of water applied  for (in cubic feet per second) 10 cubic feet.  (e.) The character of the proposed  works: Generating plant, power  works, electric work and plant, and  other machinery and conveniences  necessary for producing power.  (f.) The premises on which the water is to be* used (describe same)". In  the vicinity of and on Company's  property,. Comox District.  (g.) The purposes Jor which the  water is to be used: Generating electricity and other power for light,  heat, and, use of all machinery and  conveniences at the Company's desire  (h.) If for irrigation describe thu  land intended to be irrigated, giving  acreage    (i). lf the water is to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the place where the water is t'o be  returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of return: Will be returned to Tsolun river, near Section 81, Comox District.  The point of return is about 200 ft.  lower than the point of diversion.  (j.) Area of Crown land intended to  be occupied by the proposed wor_a:  None.  (Ic) This notice was posted on the  28th clay of July, 1910, and applicar  FAIRFIELD  ~ STORE ~  'J. JACK,, Puop.  ���������M-__-MVMtt-M-_-_MMMNP  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  -���������"nut- and Tobacco,  Vancouver Ice Cream.  I  4 Durtpmuir Ave.   Cumberland f*  "ty -Ir  v-?<f'5?v*^*<i'if<?^v^*#**i^*  ������������������^���������^^������������������^������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������^  I'iOll SALE���������A Ford lluu-  .*>'H Automobile,, 1.15���������IS Hupw*-  iwor '4 cylinder, nil Nowly painf-  , new tyi'i'*', and tivorytltinj* -<*otu-  'tclr-prieo 8700.00,    Apply to  It, J oh nn ton, Courtoimy Hotel.   ���������   E, 0. Eu'do i'ijiio Jltting and  ���������kml I'Cj.mu'iiif',  . NirriCB TO THE vmwM).  Hiving bu-lt a UiRo wiupIi-oubo nml mil  nt Conriimny, 1 will In fimtrii kooii on  liniul iv-stc-ok of all kimin of IUy, ('rain,  nnd rV������l nt lo������PHt marlii't rat-m, A  upetoinll-v will l,��������� niiulo nf rullor ������rn**ilH>il  fwnl f,,r liortvii wliioli Mill mule*- u m-vinu  of ouo tlilrd In thn eoit of (Veil, (li'ilur*  (���������iven tluitriimctor or Ity ���������'linno will lie  |,roiiiptl>' tlll-Jtl. Thiii-ltlm- ymi for your  pitri iiiikii In the pant, and nnliol inir a iimi  tlim.noiMif tliu mum ou liro-uler liuot, 1  beg to r.m.i-i  Y'HUi lo ooiiini'itid,  MVRON CUAWKOFin.  ������WMM������������������<W_W_W_������III_III������JW_I>I������I|I������IIM_M������IW--IW<  i UNION S, S. CO., of B.C. UA  Dt'ak'r in  ALL KINDS OF  Fruit, Candy Cigars  I Cigarettes & Tobacco.  x I Ion ova Mock,  |   OUMHERLANI), B.C.  ^<>t w>4>o**>Q4>*eiCi>e-64>*e  IMWIHI IIWIIM-ll���������������_  Comox District-  (a) The name of Compauy in full:  Comox Logging and Hailway Company.  T-he head oftice: Fraser .Mills, B.C.  The capital, how divided, showing  amount paid up: Capital $260',000 divided into 250O shares of $100.00 each  fully paid up.  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No.   (b) The name of tho lake, stream  or source    (if unnamed, the description    is)     Unnamed   Creek, flowing j  through L. 42, Comox District.  (c.) Tho point of diversion: About  1000 ft. above the Bridge"1 at crossing  of Nanaimo Road and about 1500 ft,  above month,  (d.) The quantity of water appllod  for (in cubic feot per second) Ono  cubic foot.  (o.) The character of the proposed  works: To ho piped for supplying  wator to machinery to l,o used in  connection with Railway and Logi'ing  operations.  (f.) Tho prcmisos on which tho water i_ to ho iisod (deocribo same): ln  the vicinity of nml over Company's  Right of Way and property in Coniox  District,  (,'-,') Thn purpose*) for which tho  water Is to bo lined: Industrial (supplying wntor lor machinery).  (h) If lor irrigation deHcribo the  land intended to bo Irrigated, giving  acron'-c ,   (i.1 If tlio wator,, in to ho used for  power or mining purpose*! describe  tho place where tlio wntor is to bo  returned to somo nf'turnl elmnnol,  nnd tho dln-roncn In rtKitudo between  point of illvnraion and point of return   ',   tuen wHT~be... made toTEe Commtf,-  sioner on the 7th day of September,  1910.  1.) Give the names and addres_os  of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely to  be affected by the proposed works,  either above or below tho outlet:  Esquimau & Nanaimo Railway of  Victoria; Canadian Western Lumber  Co., Ltd., of Fraser Mills, B.C., and  O. Bristol, Sanwich, B.C.  Attach copy of such parts of    the  | Company's memorandum of association ns   authorize tho proposed  application nnd works.  (Signature) COMOX LOGGING AND  RAILWAY COMPANY, LTD.,  By A. D. McRae, Director,  (P.O. Address) Prriuor Mills. B.C.  EXTRACT    from   tho   Act of the  Comox Logging and Railway    Company authorising tho proposed application and works:  Bub-soctlon (e) of Section 8 of tlio  Comox Logging and Railway Company Act:���������  "(e) To stake, apply for, purchaio  "or othorwlso acquire water and  "water records, and to enjoy and  "exorciso nil the rights, powers,  "and prlvilogen off a power com-  "puny under Part IX of the "Wa-  "tcr Act," or any statutory modl-  "flcatlon thereof."  the place where the water is "to fa***  returned to some natural channel*  and the difference in altitude betwee*  point of diversion and point of return: At a.Qony.eni'.'nt *.l oe below th*  S to lighten Fills in the vicinity Out-  lot Brown Ri.i*r, Sections 10 and 14.  Tp. <J, Comes Dis rict. The point of  return ia about 100 feet lower altitude than the point of diversion.  (j.) Area cf Cr*wn land intended to  be occupied by the proposed works:  None.  (k.)Tliis noM-re was po*ste_ on   the  27th flay of July, 1910, and application will be    made to the   Commissioner on the 7th day of September,,.  1510.  (1.) Give the names and addresses  of any ripRrin-i proprietors or licenses who or whose lands are likely  to be affected by the proposed works,  either above or below the outlet: Wellington Colliery Co., Ltd.  Attach copy of such parts of tho  Company's memorandum of association as authorize the proposed application and works.  ( Signature)    WELLINGTON    COLLIERY CO., LTD.,  A. D.* McRae, President.  P.O. Address) Victoria, B.C.  Extract from Memorandum of Association of Wellington Colliery Company, Limited:  (a) To acquire by purchase, grant,  lease, or in any other manner ��������� * ��������� *  water a���������d rightr, to water * * ��������� *  (d) To carry on the business of ��������� ���������  * * electric light, heat snd power  supply ���������*���������*.������  (g) To manufacture and use as a  motive power electricity * * * * and  to manufacture or acquire plant,  machinery, apparatus and materials  of every kind for tho production and  distribution of electricity * * * * to  generate, use or dispose of, supply  or distribute electricity * * * *.. for  lighting or motive pow;er * * ������ * and  to construct, lay down, establish and  carry out cables, wires, lines, accumulators, lampG and .works ���������?,*.* * .  S.S."__!TH!A  ;^TOmTT7'''' ���������*, ":?-.7^RK  ~tfceiTSHJ~foT'3*-r]xi,ssenger������"  *���������*  (J.)Aroa of Crown lni.nl intended to  lm oitciiplnd by thn proponed worlu,-  None.  11*.., ThU notice v-nt-i po'i-rtnd on this  "iTtli iwiy of July, lOKi, nml application vlll he mndo to the Comtnl'jaloti-  :er on th*" 7t**i d,r* <f flcpt-.m!.,  l!)M  Ji;ot ouiy is it a nice nnid  wke, but the -"'Graud Duke'*  ,pr hns nil those neci'ssnry  __Htie_ which ������ivc no nitich  t.sfactioii to the M-Moker.  A.i!v(Ttitu*i'������ will coufur h favor  iriiigltiK in "iH'ir HiK not liiu-r  m MctiHty, a������ itliin will -c-.iii.Ult!  ������ jii'tiiter*, to iur-wt .tin tho  it iwiw e:������ tin; Wl.'.vlu^ Tuu-  r*  n Ad in the  Ki_w:s  ays.   Try it  W<itl"*f,iiil Horvloe  lietwwn Vmiuonwr,'  Nnniimo, Union, (Vunox, by tlto  nt,*"l Clyde l>uilt twin *<���������>������ w  HtfHKiur "COWICHAN"  ���������SuJin'j im nnilcr���������  l/*nv*n VuM-o'iver, Hclurday H p m  Arrivi'fi Xuinimo, f^aturdny It!put  Arrive* Union, Siind*)' (1 n m  Arrivt** C������imox,  Huiidny 8 ������ ih  Ko'crwiitf', -  J-������iiv,ii Com'X. *<uiidny 4 p ra  Imvo* U���������"i.. Min-ny 5 jtiri  Arrlvm, Nt,miino, Hntkf*,y II p m  Am***"- \*-t-(wjvi������r M***������da>- 7 ���������*��������� ia  Httig* Uavra Ui.ion f.ir CuiuIkiIu'i    *���������������  ary t -d-Im) nvniiim ������.n ������*jti*,-I **f "CillV-  JOHN McLEODS-  KOIl KJI.8T.ULA8H  (lAN'OY, r"Rt'<TH,  CKIAttH >i' TOI!ACCOM  K OTIC K  KvoTv Momhy run! Tttcsrlny I  will Ue in town to di-liver Fresh  Huttci* ..n*l all kiwis ������������fVegetable-*.  (1.) '!lvo thr nnmiH nnd a'l,lre������t)s:i  of any riparian proprietors or Keen-  kch who or whose lands nrn likely to  lir* nftrrtml by tlio propound worl'.ri,  nlth-r nhnvn or Iirlow t.l���������* oiitlft:  Mm. or Dr, Millard, Courtemiy, B.C,  .',..,   .    ���������      *.,,',.     "I     i, ,,. ,1    J lull,    Ul i.������ltl  f, .Ii.; " '��������� '"    * ii I'*' ' ".i"'' ,,-.,    .' ,- ��������� -,-aA;  tion nn iiutV-fi'liT the pri-pcced .-ipi'll-  ���������T-atlori nnd workn.  ���������frtlpnndirr.)  COMOV T,nf:ci!Vn  AND  RAILWAY COMPANY  WATISR NOTIOE.  NOTICE) Ih horuby given that an  application will bo mndo under Part  V. of tbo "Wntor Act, 1B0������," to obtain a UceiiRo in tho Uiviolon ol  Comox District.  (a.) Tho namo of Company In full:  Wellington Colliery Co., Ltd.  Tlio head ofllco: Victoria, W.O.  Thy capital, how divided, aliowln**  amount paid up: $2,f!0t),000 divided  into ������0,000 Bharcit of 1100.00 oaeh,  fully paid up,  (If for mining purpose-) Proa Mln-  cr'n Certificate No   (I),) Tho iinmo of lako, ntronni or  Houreo (If unnnmi'd, th������ dtacrlptiun  ia>: I'liiitledt**-) Itlver.  (el Tlm point of dlvcrnion: At a  point above the Fall** < n the Pur,t-  ledgo Rivor, Comox Dlntrtct.  (d.) Tht, <jmmtity of water applied  f,.r Uu cubic feet per second*: 1500,  (ri.) The charaetnr of the   proponed  work*:    UencrrUln-*    plant,    powtr  I *i'r���������H, mm clitinc workH antl plant  jand   "thor    marhlnery   rnd conven*  ifff a r.������f.������'irr for r-'odurln** power.  (f.) Tin* |,remiKna on which the wn  l,r It* to Im, ���������k������!,1 (il������*������e,ll-������ ������nm*>l: On  Towing unci freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation,  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav orvveek.  For particulars apply to���������  J. U. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G.L1. WOOD, MasterPhone 44, Conn x,B. C.  Seeds  OP KVKKY K1 NP, in fi������y  quantity, by tlio puck-*.- or  by tho pound.  Ornamental Shrubs  Fruit Trees  Crown to miit ilio U, C,  viimrtt-*.  Catalogue  Free by Mail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Ltd.  730 flr.invilb, Krrcml  v, o, iiox ioaa  VAN-*Ot)fr.K, B, O  ���������<**-*"'*" ��������� mmmnfmmnymrj*'  illlll       III CO  ������cll fliffili.  I"  itlltdlii.  will  C'/in.' Yia'K,  Smwiwick,  ���������'*   ������������������ -���������* ������������������*   ������������������*���������* ���������"���������"���������>",      Minx in ' u'litity <���������! tli*, Wi-llinrion Col*  (P.O. AdflrcnfO FraHcr MiU**, TI.C. |-,lnnr fv,mpnny'n Ltd. pronerty   and  l* C Hilt*"!,*, i'it*a!cr  in   stoves  ainl M.ajr*i*>; *j)*-������ pltiuihiiH'  aud  IU1IAN-" ninl l������wi������ Cif.it H-rl-nd lloii I pipe   fi'titiy M\ft i������i*-ii������-ril rfji.-irr-  itig.    hv .ii Af*t-i.' ior i!k t>iiv������r  I %'l'ypiWAta.  FiVtrnrt from thn Art of tho Comox  T<o_Tini* nntl Hallway Compnrv an-  thorlilni* tho proponed applicntio'i  ������nd vnrlii*:  ���������*t,il:-'"������r������ion lr\ of M-r������for *t o* ������<*<*  CtiTi'*"*, fine-jrinK nnd nr.llway Coin-  r������nnv  \rt-~.  "u-. i To *.t'>������i#>, ftoidy for, i*iirfli������t-������'  "or   nfhfrwlp**   firn*-'*", arnirr   a������,\  ��������� ���������tri''*"* r*mr<*H,   im-*   ���������,, /in'ir    ���������������*"'  "riff'-ma  alt       th*    Hrt������t_i   n.,������rr������.  ��������� ���������fj*..*   Ttr'Vltf '���������"*   ,,f  f,   rvi~-(-r      t   ���������-  "������,������*   ,,,At,r Prrt  TV , f f. .  ���������>���������'���������  ���������  "'*!. <.,  a*t"     ������i(*������liifory motin***.  "i.-c O,���������,'������., f."  FOR IMvN'T lMii*iiir.!i������"!i-. ..���������,.-.  Apply Mi'. J. I*. R"<). Il'i'iii;.!  St'"t.  "iK YOU    WANT    i'.u il-  PRINTINC,   Of)     'fvi    T!ii;  NKVS. 1MKST-CLASS \V'r������Ki;  NOTIi'K ii i������ lif'Miv.i'tft th������������ ���������* ,'���������������  nt-*-! ti��������� < uni* ' t tin' ll'inrd ,1 Loi'UK.  t i*unii������f*."ii* rM of Hi* ��������� i" "f i ,*������ i> r-  Un1*, I ���������'t*,*nilt������* ipply t,*r a tn���������,**f"r of  ���������he **li"'"*i *l'i li*-,")", !i.e,i*"* lit-M l>> mo  nn lot;! I,! ",-,k ., toli'oili 15, kitti, Cum*  ln*rliiiiil   l'.rU Nl, tn.  liALt MUhWUO.  nn**! ������li;������ "M* -liy of Ant*u*>^, 1010  hrddlnrn i*n Comox P'Htrlet.  iv.\ Tl," p,,rt'r������������r(i on whi'h C<*������ wn*  Irr In to h������ ,*������ed; nm-rpil**** ���������*���������"-��������� tri--  Hv end oth������r pow#r ff llcht,   ''���������sat,  ��������� ���������'��������� r, i-,.-cv Mon ,,f j.,i.i vs, fr,-',**,"!',  r-nd mBcb'n'ry of fll Hr*'*, nnd r*"i* j  ���������'.���������!', f*.t V- ���������������*���������',, ,h������* of < U '-,���������**���������: * i  ni't p'-ti-iUrrn r>f m. nnrtr   ^^n,\mnv \  r.,'.r  "n������������   *   if.'fid   \rt.  ,-������,,*, ��������������� #,,- ,rrJ~rtioi r*������*ii*-!������t������ th-  ���������������������������*��������� triMdrd to fa irrtrnf"', -rlvl,..-  ;>r*i /������������������*������������������-���������������.       ., ,  (j.) H th** water t������ to ha ii������**d for  "*���������������������������"!  or minim'     f'i'rp'*,'* dr-n-i'*  NEW YORK  CLIPPER  ( is TMff an*arret  THEATRICAL������ SHOW PAPER  IN THI WORLD.        \  J4.03PtfY������K,   Sinrji Cow, 10 -X \  tiisftU v>lt.kl,1. J  Sample Copy Fnii. <  FRMKQUCE������IPtJB, W.ftU*,1  M.  eUi.ir.i wilt', '���������- i-i.r**!!*".  ���������-      - ������������** ,,,#  i������v_������r-i THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ORE IN THE FAR NORTH  CAUGHT IN HIS OWN TRAP.  PROF.   MILLER   THINKS   THERE  IS  IMMENSE WEALTH.  He Declares That the District Around  Hudson Day Will Prove to Contain  Great Areas of Valuable Minerals  1 ���������Mining Has Tripled In the Past  Two Years and Will Continue to  Develop.  "Till' mineral industry of Canada  ���������stand.- m-coihI in orili.T of thf ii.du->-  tries based on natural resources. The  output i,i this country is at tin* rute  of j)_.5() per ht'i.'i of tin; population,"  -���������ikl Professor Will-tl ti. Miller at an  Empire Club luncheon recently in  Toronto.  "There is three times as much now  as thi-re was ten years ago," he stated. Of tho four basic industries of  the country, agriculture, forestry,  fisheries, and the mineral industry,  agriculture stands nt the top,, Next  comes the mineral industry, which is  equal,'" said Professor Miller, "to  forestry and fisheries- combined. Then  comes forestry, and last of all, fisheries. "  "Although Canada has a compara-  The Financial Man Totally Forgot Hit  Little Snare.  Mr. Harry Scott, at one time financial editor on The Toronto Globe staff,  and i) >\v Canadian Commissioner in  -New Vork, has many friends in Toronto. Un one occasion, while he was  on The Globe staff, occasion arose for  editorial comment on the linaneinl situation m the United States. Jn tbe  nature of things, one should expect  thnt Mr. Scott would have been assigned the job. But Mr. S. T. Wood  received the instructions to write the  articles instead.  TONIC TREATMENT  FOR INDIOESTON  NOVA SCOTIA'S AWAKENING.  Maritime Province  Is Again Coming  Into Her Own,  Is it not possible that a country re-    garded  with a slightly contemptuous  The PrOCeSS Of Digest-Oil iSirly���������by1reix?1? of its inactivity may  /*>      _     ii   j _.   T_.    -ui       .      'he all the while merely strengthening  Controlled by the Blood   jus fibres for future action?  and Nerves. '  ^uc*1 at a*'events nus DL*en t'ie ex"  . ! perience ot Nova Scotia. Previous to  If you have indigestion and you h.-*'fcmff-deration no province of Canada  gin a course of treatment to ninkoi exhibited a greater commercial aetiv-  your stomach stronger, you are on the ' ity. From her great shipbuilding  right track for a real cure. You can -, yards staunch vessels slipped into  never cure yourself by eating pre-di-j the water by the hundred and sailed  !���������������������������������.���������������������������������������.*.������������*���������>.������������<.������.������������ ������������������������ ��������� ������������������������������.������������������������������������������������>.,������������������.������-,������,������.. m  The Doctor's Answers  By Dr. Lewis Baker.  The questions answered below are general in char- ',',  acter; the symptoms or diseases are given nnd the ana- ,,  ���������wers will apply to any ease of similar nature.   Those  ���������  wishing   further advice free,  may address  Dr. Lewis''  Baker,   College   Bid**., ColIese-KUlwood Sts.,   Dayton, ',',  Ohio,  enclosing self-addressed envelope for reply.   If  ���������unable to obtain any   of   the    drugs   mentioned   of  your regular druggist, go to some prominent large re- ',',  tail  drug  store which is sure to be well stocked.  ,������������������������������������������������������>*>������ ������������������������������������������������*>������������������>������-���������������������������*>��������������� ���������<---��������� ��������� ������ > ��������� ������..������ ������.������������������������������,+ ������.,, ������+,+ g  Mrs.  A.  B.���������I  receive  many  such  back, soreness in bladder region, etc..  some  ca  in ms*e,sure,y la.iiioii, sum.-u ������u������..   lll(, stoniacu is strong enough to di-; perous merchants developed  to   the   financial   editors   den   everj   s,st tiH  the food  necessary to main-  chant princes    Work and money were  afternoon  to  seek   en >*���������h teamen to,   ,-���������,��������� (!     bod    ; , ,-,<���������.   The; plemi/ul "and tt flag of  prosper^  his task -ii.-J get the latest news troti,   ~ri,.tt ,,���������,, (1f tnc tonic treatment for i tiew high.  indigestion in all forms, is to strength.-: Tho flag of prosperity descended  en the stomach to u point where all; with the hoisting of the Canadian  foods eaten will digest e*is ly and nour-1 National ensign in Nova Scotia. Con-  lsh the body. A tonic that will j federation, that splendid achievement  strengthen   the   stomach   is   what  is j iu ti,e niaking of Canadian destiny,  the Nova Scotian  rangling the ar-  ,    ���������      ,,,, ... , . ,   teiies of traffic with iron tariff bonds  tonic.    I hey ac'ually make new, rich  American centres. He habitually, an  to the other's distaste, spread his huge  limbs upon half the surface of the  financial desk, genially disposed !.">  launch into aide issues. After several  repetitions of the visit, Mr. Scott determined upon reo,-isul-> in self-defence, and the sight of the mucilage  pet sugiiestel their   mischievous  na-  You have never  and  not.  pains  ousnoss,  insomnia,    thinness     and     wasting,  i l.uigour,   shortness  of  breath,   head-  i aches,     neurasthenia,      melancholy,  weakness, trembling, loss of appetite  can be readily corrected by the use  of this excellent prescription: Fluid  extract buchu 1 oz., comp. fluid balmwort 1 or.., syrup snrsaparilla comp. 4  ozs Mix. Take a teaspoonful after  each meal and one at bedtime. Drink  lots of water between meals.  Mrs. X.:���������The bedwettitig^'habit" is  a disease of children and can be cor-  etc.   One may have any or;'all such) rected  and  cured  by  the  persistent  strenginen inc stomacn is wnat is: iu t',e niaking of Ca:  needed us the process of digestion is j wrought havoc with tl  controlled by the blood and nerves shipping trade by str  Dr. Williams   Pink Pills are an ideal' .���������..-'    ,,J ���������.���������������*���������    ?,u ;,  ture.   One day, at the approach of tne ���������i,-(00j)  .IIUi thus bring st-en-.th"   and  fatal   hour,  therefore,   lie   seized   his   ton(, to the st.0maoh.    T*-h has been  brush   and   with    swift,    remorseless   p;.0VPC* 0V1,r a-c[ 0Vl,r again, and thoii-  strokes  smeared   that  portion  of  ������������- . sands of grut-:*ful. people liave not hesi- ���������  iesk upon  which  the editorial inter- ��������� tatef* to mv S3.   jiere -. an stance:  loper was wont to side-seat himself.  Mr. Wood arrived,' and the plot  deepened.  He "walked in, was attracted momentarily to the window, and, all unconscious of what he was expected to do  ���������Miss leva Tocher, Balmxr-'l; Man.,  says:���������"I am writing this loiter on b *.  half of my motker who wishes you to  know how much Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills have done for her. For several  years  she had  been  great"y t oubled  ranged him_e)f alonir the���������radiator! ;'w.-ti,  indigestion and tnt withstanding  T*.      i,._,i    ,       r.._   t.,,f mi._--.i-4 i-\.-4    in.-*..     ... -..    . . ...... ������  Fortune had so far befriended him  His guilty host, however, refused to  be frustrated in his design. Seott b.-  gan manoeuvres to dislodge him and  lead him into the snare. He entered  with heat into the controversy, for  Mr. Wood has the faculty of putting  one's opinions into pillory. But the*e  was too much heat. The interest  heightened. Mr. Scott, engaged, wholly forgot, in the moment, the desk,  and, presently seeking a base whence  he might  rear a fresh  argument  sat  the medicine she wi'.s taking the trot,  ble was growing worse, Kvery men]  was dreaded, and left behind it a feel,  ing of nau-Pii and severe pains. 'As  this continued she began to lose  strength and energy, and was hardly  The shipbuilding industry in Nova  Scotia ted largely on foreign trade,  and the sudden check placed on that  trade killed the principal industry by  a slow starvation. Isolated by her  geographical position from the rest of  Canada, cut off by artificial barriers  from the outside world, the province  was forced to rest content with a limited internal commerce. Yielding to  the force of circumstances she rested  from her labors, and so far as the  outside world was concerned Nova  Scotia slumbered.  It was a natural sleep, however, and  not the coma that precedes death.  The years of sleep were not wasted  years.   Slowly, but steadily, the pro  file to do anv hous "work. Acting oh vl"?e bulJt, UP ne-Y tlss,ue. strengthen-  the advice of a friend she began to ed Its tendons and gathered fresh en-  t-ike Dr. Williams'    Pink ' Pills, and   <?&  *"'~   :'   '"  '"'""   "~  down on the spot so carefully prepar- ;kinc} of food w-tn^ut the l*(ist discern  ed for the undoing of another.  "Something (ah! tell me what) there  into its nerves for future endeavors. The public school system  was developed and improved; increased facilities were provided for  the encouragement of exact scholarship; and as aresult Nova Scotia has  f-rt. Since that time she has" not/had I-���������*���������''-'" l������ lhe world perhaps more col-  the slightest return of the trouble."     ������������������t'St' professors and   principals   than  soon be���������,'n.to feel better, S'^e continued taking the Pills unt:l she had  used ten boxes, when her health was  fully restored and sh^ could lnk������ anv  symptoms and more. Here is a most  wonderful tonic and vitaliz-er of the  system:  Compound syrup of hypophosphites  5 o-s., tincture cadomene compound 1  oz. (not cardamom). Mix. Take a  teaspoonful before mea's and at- bedtime.  Mrs. 0. M-:���������The symptoms mentioned, such as pain in left side, heart  palpitation, shortness of breath, bloating, belching, gas and wind, with fullness in stomach after eating, vomiting  at times, weakness, etc., all indicate a  dyspeptic condition. Avoid pork, pastries, doughy bread, etc., and have  this filled: Essence of pepsin 3 ozs.,  c'lno. essence cardiol 1 07,., syrup ot  Stinger 2 07.s. Mix. Shake well and  take ;, teaspoonful after each meal.  Increase dose if necessary .  George R. W.:���������I cannot give treatment in these columns for such trouble as yours. The reasons are obvious.  If yon expect answer, you must give  full name and address. I never publish Tiames.  A. R V.:���������The symptoms you describe indicate catarrh of kidneys -md  bladder, accompanied "by puffs under  use of compound fluid balmwort. Ob-  tain one ounce, and give from 5 to M  drops in water, after each meal, between meals and at bedtime. Symptoms may increase at first, but continue treatment, 2 or 3 months. Keep  thp bowels regular always.  Maid:���������Every lady should endeavor  to improve the figure and I know ol  one formula which has proven very  successful in developing bust, arms  nnd neck. Tincture cadomene comp,  1 oz. (not cardamom), glycerine 2 or.s.,  rosewater 3 ozs., borax 1 teaspoonful.  Mix all together, shake well and ap  j ply to the neck, arms and bust, rubbing and massaging until completely  absorbed. Then wash with hot water  and soap, dry thoroughly, and massage with olive oil or sheep tallow  Do this morning and night for several  weeks or months if necessary.  Mrs. G.:���������Use a half teacup of lard  to which add a teaspoonful of sulphate  of quinine. Mix, and thoroughly  grease baby's chest, shoulders and  abdomeu. This will check and cum  the cold. Apply morning and night.  , Farmer:���������For loss of appetite I  know of nothing better than 15 drops  tincture cadomene comp. in half glass  eyes, swollen feet and ankles, in-j of hot water, 15 minutes before meal-  flamed eyelids, painful, burniin*i time. A powerful tonic for stomach  scanty���������or frequent'urination, pain in I and stomach nerves.  is  To cause that scathing tone.  I fear a thought has gone amiss,  Returning quite alone."  Thousands of cur-'d m***n and women speak from experience of the  h"n������fits derived from Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills in cases of indigeston,  jyiaemia, rheumatism,   general ��������� weak--  I'KOP.  W1LLETT G.  MILLEH.  tively small population, the mining  output is unique in that we lead the  world in the production of nickel,  cobalt, asbestos, and several other  mineral products.  "In the United States the minerals ;  and mineral products are responsible  for 65 per cent, of the freight carried  by the railways. The output is considered to be $-25 per head of the  population.  "Of the 3,750,000 square miles of  Canada about one-third is valuable  for no other purpose than the production of niinerajs. There are railways now under construction which  will double, and are doubling, the  regions which are accessible to the  prospector and miner.  "if the proposed'railway to Eort  Nelson on Hudson bay is construct-  ed, the enormous territory which is  tributary Lo tho cou_t line of the Bay  ���������will be rendered easily accessible to  the prospector. From what we know  already of the rocks surrounding this  region there is great promise for it us  ������ future mineral Held.  "Another great territory which is  very promising from a mineral point  of view will li,: opened up by the road  ���������which is n*nv under coiisiileriition,  that iii,ui Kunuiiloii to Fort M���������.Murray.  "Since Cobalt has been going it bun  produced over .f.'m.oon.ooo worth of  minerals, of which over half has Leen  distributed in profits. That m**iuis  that it has already more than paid  for the Uovfi'juiiei't railway, which  was eo-istru.ti'd at a coot of SI'l.iWi),-  llOli,  "There nn*  undoubtedly large   exposures of gold bearing quartz in Por-  ��������� cupine, hut owing to many dlscoveri'**.  having h'l'fi mud" ,-o lute in the sea-  The New Conservative Whip.  uiy other province in Canada. The  period of so-called slumber ripened  the country and prepared it thoroughly for the present industrial advancement.  ~T*he--esploitaticn-of���������her���������rich���������coal_  measures by great moneyed interests  finally aroused the province from her  commercial lethargy.   II. M. Whitney  of  Boston and his  associates formed  hess, pains"]nIhinjTOlTancl"?iTi<vH*i*aT-  nlgia, St. Vitus dunce, ami the trou-  The event predicted for weeks back   bl<*s th-it aflli"t  women  and growing  has come to pass, and when the House , g;rls.   These pills are sold hy all medi-  of Commons assembles next autumn   cine-dealers or by mail <*t 50 cents a  '"Taylor of Leeds'" will no longer be hox, or six boxes for $2.sn from The! the Dominion Coal Company in 1893,  Whip of the Opposition and his auties ;T)r. Willi'ims' Medicine Co., Brock, j took over vast areas of coal in the  will be performed by George H.  Per-jville, Ont, i neighborhood    of   Glace   Bay,   Cape,  ley, "AJ.P. for Argenteuil. ���������   i ! Breton, equipped   splendid   collieries  Mr. Perley is one of the best known : When Mark Twain w,is a young a^d i with the most modern appliances for  citizens of Ottawa. The son of W. C. ������*rugg!ing newsnnper writer in Sin i coal digging, and furnished fuel for  Perley, tlio head of the lumber tirm  Francisco, a lady of Ids acquaintance; Montreal  furnaces.    The  energy  ex-  "  snw turn on day with a cigar box un-Ihibited bv the Dominion Coal Com-  der his arm, looking in at a shop win- [ pany and  the instantaneous success  ���������������������'���������/    n, .,   ,        -,   ,<t i achieved, created   a   buoyant   ozone  Mr. Clemens, she said, "T always throughout the commercial atmos.  s-'c you with n cigar lm under your j phere. Other coal companies dug  arm.    I  nm  afraid you are smoking' * .  - ....  too much."  "Tt  isn't  thnt."  si*id Mark Twain  "f'm moving again,"  of Perley & Pattee, who was himself  member for Ottawa from 1.-7 to IsUL,  Mr. G. H. Perley was born at Lebanon, New Hampshire, in 1857, but earn.  to Canada at an early age. He was  educated at the Ottawa Grammar  School, at St. Paul's School, Concord.  N.H., and at Harvard University,  where he took his degree of B.A. in  1878.    Ho has long been active in the life ���������vllnard's Liniment lumberman'*, friend  of the city of Ottawa.   He was vice-:    president of the Canada Atlantic Kail- White horses  are  burred  from Mie  way; a director of the  Bank of Ot-  Gorman nrniy. it heine elirmed t'uit uwf_ v       iji<. ijiu_t. ���������_,,..���������,���������  tnwn; has been president of the Hi- tbpy nre too eons-vcuous when smoke-,who trangIMutJ.a black diamonds into  deau Club; is an enthusiastic goiter le9S powder is used.                            I yellow gold.  and has been president, of the Ottawa ���������������������������  j    n,,     industrial   imoetus civet)   the  Golf Club; and was ch-irmim of the A merchant in Owir-ny wns roc?nt.j pri; nc^ttbuy*lrS   "0Tl  intent    w,<  relief committoe  which adiiiinistore.l lv lionvjly fined  W timii- n  Bib ic.l. ���������uemP,,tP/bv  ,-)p   Hstablishment   of  the funds f,,r the relief of the sufferers nnntn^n  nl   the  head  nf his ndver-; fjf ^i-M works   tSvdne'  by the great tire m Ottawa and Hu     tisement.          , JS   ,fl )l|U, k(^   .,,-������������������-���������*,,  in  1*000    His first'essay at politica   I b|U*Jk 0f SvUnoy harbor 'is an admir-  honors was in 1000 when he contested Externally or Internally, it is Goorl ������ ���������bh, Iot.ntlon <or ttu> gto,,i  in(iuMry  KuHseii County against Mr. W. C. M- - A\ hen implied i-xternaHv   by   Iv/i-dC      ��������� ������������������           ���������                          ���������������������������       '  wards,  but  was deieated,    His  next nilihini-, Dr. Thomas'    KeloeHe   Oil  deeper and faster and shipped mon  swiftly. Coal measures in Cumb-r-  land, in Pictou, in Inverness and in  Cape Breton counties were developed.  Fully equipped collieries sprang up  over the country, Submarine areas  wero exploited. Practically every  known coul seam in the province was  delved into by the modern magician  !______ -_���������!  ami the result was an expenditure of  . , $25,000,000 which reared the mightiest  *,,ft  steel milking   plant   in Canada   and  attempt was at Argonteuil at a bye- noens the pores   ntid   nenetrntes  elei'tioii in 1002 upon tho death of the tissue, ns few liniments do, tnuohbg; ^.Vn' fonVw*,, stra_LTlin_Vvi'lTa_e into  late Dr. Chris.ie, but therejigiiin    e ,���������e seat of Ihe treble ���������,,,, immedi.  f*g5J J*. ^^'fe'coSn Sh  r,tt!i tttai" .,ty. ' C'^n'hn' ,m ?;     "^ T ^'^ 1 , oJ^l ff *   ! ������!������? t*u J too'melting and n-flning  had better luck in 100-1 when he won  out by 170 and was ro-oloetcd nt the  Inst general -lection.   Mr. Perley has  taken ii prominent part in the affair.*  of the Church of Knglaiitl in the dm-  und be convinced.  t-iso of Olliiwa,  *-,i_l!  thorough lestiiife',"  "ii done in  th,  d  Tho Apes of Gibraltar.  Vuw visitors to Gibraltar ever *<'<t  the liiiiious ������*,(���������,- that from timi* im.  memorial hi,\c been ,li,-.tiiiguish>"l as  the only wild simians in Kurupo. Tin,  upi*.*, live high on i|u> biK toi-U, and  when they no venture down to tin'  IMI'IRT (,,1,'I'IIS of the town to steal  food it is not the vi���������it���������r who know*  of it. A., a unitt. r nf fad, Hiere hav.'  been fewer ujus to be seen there in  tho iiei'iii yii.i!,',. For miiue reii.toii or  nthi'i tin- tii-v.���������r'-lnrgo uiunber bus been  decrinsiiig. Niini! tlniik thnt tin, lir-  -*t������ of the fortresf. guu������ ilnive them  oil, but ,; ,-���������'. mn ri- did they g'/* N ,*,  ner*,.-." th" "ii.'iitral grouii'l" dinl up  into i**pain, tli" only ulteruative io  iiwiiiiiiiiiig ii('i"ss the straits ami g"-  ing into liiirbiiry whence llieir itnre,.  t<irh mil)' have ln-i'll hrmigh, ei'iitvmes  Hun.    'Ihe straits b������*iug wiile, that ul-  UTII.ItlVe   1,**   *'Ut   of   Ul'.   I'lK'sllo'l.     It  was tlmiiuiit  recently   that   the h'm*.  lll������U    I! rt |||.������I������ *������    'I'iftl.    H,    '   ,f,,u,    li.    .......  1    '   ���������'.     '   ' ������������������*��������� ��������� tboie who t,������*-i.*rte,|  that ihe e-iiiiit -iioiild Im* oh.\ iniii or  live ���������-- und all Ii-iiiuIum al ,'i.tt. .New  1*1'-* 1 f*-. rt, \:>,i,.( r-.',*me-t *, '," n.'i'ij.  ,���������������!, iioA ii pair nf llarli.try 'ifw**, wert,  _*-nt oi'.-r Irom 'Jetuaij by Ihe Jlntisii  *-'i,,-,,l llm ii rir-iii**,* r-tr.#U.* "t ill-  1 I.i K I'l'i- ii Hie ll in-, Alneli, .nu'l piii-  fermg  -.In- tortlir. i *if   -������������������;!-lilit������<***���������*  1111*1  receiving anything but ,i Irificlly ������'*!���������  wiiiii' tr.'ifi itn* r.-i'leift niiMi.iii,', f-ll  off a wall a:,,I dii-d of i',-,iii,-moii of  tin, bliuii, 'In gua'd ai*.'ii:i������t all)' pos-  Hllih' < 11.������,n ���������- ul .'1,  A'litllll.'i-, lldetl, '111-  otb������r   pair   v..is   brought   m ion-   Ihe  rilr'iii*.  Indian Relict.  The Ontiirii, Kdiii'nUoii Department  has ohtiiined n curio,i* fliid inten'st.  inp (Milli'i-tioti of Indian relics. The  collection was height from Mr*.  Hutherford, ivliiwi, husband was in  the lirjtisli Civil Service in India, and  -pent many years in (-iithcilng the  curio*,,  The polled ion i>* a h������rj*e one Chief  ainotig the relies i������ a river eroeoilll**  which hml n known record of killiiu  six Indian woni.-n, bdore Mr, limber-  (ord flmi It, There are two timunti-l  wild black hour hciui*' mid one  glinip'*" of them uiaki'H the timid per-  M*ii gl.td that he i-i many mile-, from  India.  Tin* collection nlxr, rontnin** the  mouiiti'd iieuds ot xix black buck,  lour j.ii'kiiU, nnd it wolf; a tlsh-eiiting  eriicii'hle, and the *>kull and horn** of  two Imliaii bi-uii.   .Some of the minor  relies   |||e;   H   fuse*',   which   it   like    n  h"av)' shot gun, and in u.i,*d for shoo'.  ing elephants; a bill-gun; a ������pc,ir 10  f"''i long, made ���������I solid biimboo, ami  ,, , I f,,r t���������,,,r nt>klor- Indian t*,**)!*,  atiointiiiB    bottles,     pistols,     aii-rc.,  bli'tlrt   ('<���������������- ���������">,    'I'll..,   .'--,   ......'J     ',!, *  tak'Ti from a tempi**, n holy butl  which they worship, an*l live ������ilver  coin������, *oni" rouinl, fcoine ������quare.  Mr* Uuiherloid abo h,iit ,in origin,  al   ciipv   ol   The London   Times   of  ��������� .v>      1:1- Tl ,. ., ,,  enntiuit*  tli.-  tir*t  olliciai   r-*|K.rt    by  W*���������HilU'toH   lllmoelf,   ������f   til*'   h.tttle   of  Wa,* lino, The report in ditted June  1!,, tin- itghlin** having wnimued irom  the I.',th to lb*- l<Mh.  internnlly, it will still tl,P irntntion in, of iro��������� ���������.��������� ��������� ))ro,H(lbl,, ZntorprlM*. and  the thro'it which induces coughing a ul ,. ���������     ,   , ,   ,   . ������ *   '���������  ffi_c,_n,i ^'���������;;!r;rr;for1_:;;J,roTrvi.! M"������������������s������"ft ������������-������������&������  tubes and rcM.in.toiy organs.   Try it -. ,ootlng  ���������,���������,  ,���������  iwsuluil/g  lurgn  pm.  Sortioiis, These are only two of Nova  cotia's booming itidustrii's which  will put her hack in thu forefront of  tho wealthy provinces,  i  SHOE  POLISH  mnke* ahoaa l������������t lei****'*  If��������� ������ purm all p������et������-no mop*, bettlM ������r llquldt-������ont������ln������ no  Turp������������ntln������ er Aold*.  Tht tinaat of thorn ������ll,     AUU DEALIItti tOc  THI f, r, O-tlHV OO., LIMITRO, H-mlltan, Out., ������������������><! Huf**-I������, N.V,       .I     M  A Gruat Ml������tnke  "The me" ill the eellMli <l**pnitIJIl'Ilt  n'ii*>' he ii lot of bachelors."  "The answer to that i������ ilut tiny put  down n hnix-ewifc as one who has no  occupation."  $IO.-REWARD-$IO0  The reiulerH of this paper will be  pleased to li-nrii that there is at least  one ilreiid"d disease that science has  be,  itit<I that  is  Cur*' id tiie only positive cure now  known to the medical fraternity, On.  Inrrli being a eoii,.tiliilii������,ial disi'tis,*,  requires a constitutionnl treatnietit.  Hall's Catarrh Cure \* taken intern-  ally, ndiiig directly upon the blood  and iniicotiH piirfacM of the syntmu  thereliy d  the (lif-p-i-*,,,   ami   giving   itie   |  Patenti.  Tho Patent Ollico  issued 0,395 pa-  nt*, in tin, ll*-ul year 1909.   Of tni.**  tent  number l)();i were granted to Canadian  citizens, und 7a per cent, of the whole  qucred,*  issue to citizens of the Unitod 8tate*i.  Honi<-o������   those   pictured,   othor   |>ru-  vinciJs ������( the Dominion ohtiiined the  i   able   lo  cure   in   all   Its   nt litre-:    v*"t,J,i '���������' ������'������"'  I'������*M������HI10H ODiilineu  un'  Ctliirh    iLlll'^^^ri;!*:'l'^������'8J*n������������inM������  Hf-M^w ������.  The Strength of Retittance  There is, perhaps, no strength so  great ntul abiding iih that which fob  lows from a ri'siMli'd teni/taMon  Kv**ry diingerruis nlliireinent is like an  enchanted monster, which being con.  1on'-h all his venom and  ehiinges at once Into n king nf great  treasure, ,*i!g*r to make requital.���������  lultri Oliver HoIiIicm,  Beyond the Mark  l!yon������on���������-AitiM* any tiuit five f,u"*t  eight  inches   is  til''   dlvitl"   height   fur  woman.  I'l'ttilnnt Dulling���������You know I am  five  feet  eight.  "Ah, but you are more than divine."  Alberta a������, Nova Hcotia 24, New  Hruuswiok IH, Yukon 4, and Prince  Kilwnnl island .'1. The principal foreign countries to whoso cltiiwiiH pa-  tants wero graiiU<il wore: United  .Suites 4,tm, (ireiit Britain ,'M0, Ck������r-  ninny Mb, Vrnnw b\>, Au������ttralin W,  I'strovin- th.������ "roti'i'iiliition"-.'.! -Sw""'* *), Now 'AmhndAM, Austria  .   2    .i L ,     M' Tnuiitvnal 13.   Tl..* ratio of pop,.-  ,!-,.._���������>> hy building up the cJft'.!I '������*f������,'������ T*tWW ?>TlLt\o  lion ami agisting nutur" in doing its' "'"    '������������'������.������������������ a* l������ ''ll /",,Jf _  .  work    The nronrietor-, hav.' so much1 *'vory "1'7t''' '"sideiit***; Quelwo, onu to  Lifhln its Htl%������S 1 hat the?!"v������ry H.57ft; Itrittah Columbia, one to  offer One Hundred    Dollar* fur nuy J  case that it fails to cure,   f*i*iul for li������t  of testimonial*. i  \,t,\rr.a*   P    ,1    rilKVMV   k   CO.!  Tol.'do, O. ,  "h> ..:: ���������.���������.<���������_.���������: ��������� . *������������������.,��������� '  Saved Hit String  Farnier���������H'*y, there, don't you *���������,','  .lint sign, "No Kiihingr"  City Cluip���������Yep, but look at tin*  basket of bi'initii'M I cnitght, The man  win, put up that -dgu unlit In,* a  chump.  Rid, Wt-k, Wi.i-y, Watery Ey.i  n,'li''ve,l  hy  Mtiritie    F,y*'    Ht'ini'dy.  Try Murine for y���������ur l-'ye Troubli**.  You will like Murine,     It   8ootli,'M,  No Hiirgicnl op,>r���������ti"it is necssiiry in  ri'iiioviut* eornn if Hodowuy'a Com  Cure he used,  The rabbit ntul the turtle were pre  paring for 111,' raoc  "Keep nn eye on the rabbit," 01111-  tloiii',1 Tiiiii'k,','|),!r Foy, "lie is go I nu  |��������� welsh,"  "Un! ha," Inughed the turtle, "In  that case In* will hi* 11 wcUli rabbit,"  Hut iiIhh for poor turtle, when th*i  nn'*' wa* over ti_ liiliiltd in the *">up  -Chieiivo New*,.  every MM; Mmiitoba, 0110 to every *VV nt Your I)rnggl*tti. Write for I5yp  5,5,'Mi;  whilti  in  New   llriil)-wiek  Ihe Hooks Free.     Murine Kyi*   Heint'dy  ratio was one to 18.740; Nova Scotia, Co., Toronto. 3  ono to HUM, and I'rince Kit ward Is  Take   .lull's  utipation.  Family  pills for con-1  *...:.',     -*������������������   ������"  '������''"���������;���������  tlfliW    Tbe total  revenue of the  Patent Uttlco lor tun  I Ire it,   Si'iu   wan   +i.*j,li.-..,A/.  DOMINION DAY EXCURSIONS  F������r Doiiilniuii Day,   July   1st,   the  Canadian PiiciUe   Hallway   Company  announce 11 rate of fare and one-third  Tlm Um) ���������f wall paper eontnlnloi* tie-j for the round trip.    Tickets   will be  Mlini   in   v.,i.,,.i   in..,.   .-.:;    !.    .     ���������:    "'    '"   '-O to T���������tv Nt IneluMlve,  iii  hi -bi-'h *t 1- iN"d hmk both I lliinl rctuiii limit July 4, IUI0.  1  larcer ntul higher.  At The Zoo  "������������������"hiiri', Mary Ann, that jr/Tilly mu-t  "Why,' llridB.'t'- '  "He ������erat('b.-������ lii-*"lf wM hi. Iinrvl  If In- wn������  luir*,"  a l,������*ii������t le* d rub iinin t'u  Stroni on Con*/*rtatlon,  The Whml|>eg city fathers followed  with  the  closest  intercut  Jim  Con*  ,-,e,.'s 1.������i*is|iiti.Mi at Ottawa and even  hint      repleceliWiliVi'i*,     ill     I ai,,,������,,,, ui  Hill to wj,������ tlmt the city's power privi-  b'Rcs mi the Winni-p-i* Hiver were not  interfered   with.    Wltoii   word   came  V,'(������rnii <*-������>���������<��������� frdfulnow nnd rob the  Inliint of sleep, the (/rent nourisher,  Mother (iriive*.' Worm   Kxteriuinntor  will   clenr   til.'   *,(",,,',el,   Itll'l   tl,te������tilies  and fi'-itoic h.-iiiitituiii.������������������*.*���������.  A Zju A Diiciv:,  hir J.iiiK-x I'rii'litoii-llriiwti,', ->|������-ak-  Ititr at tin- ar.tiu.-il dinner *,( tin* London     .-:    (C*lll     ft     ''l.llH.ll      ,\| Villi    ((,',      -ii   I  tha*.   <" o,,   *,������������������!>,it,\ Jl*i.|.,t,il, (iri-,-i������-  Viii-h, til, ic  wa.-  a  -"iMtiary hi wIm������i  rii������-I,* ,1  n.t.'ii  *���������!  .ul  a.'v-. * >"iM !'������������������*%  vol   -���������������������������limit  fii������-ri,-,.lv������M  with all  r<������-  (...111 ���������! '.* !o( |i.'-,lt - 111 n,'"t,e������! rt*-i."l,e������*  'Jloit li'.-pitiiJ wat "������ r.'X.I t������lc������l liar-  ih'f, nf Ij-'.i-*' Kwry t"-Vf������(������ *li-  i-*������*<> *,i- (f-viiiblcil thf***. "fffr iii  th������t bla* k. white, rw.J, or yellow tk������,i  *_��������� 1. .i to.  M.IIK  pirni.-',  VI  .i.ie-1  ���������It    to  * .fid  Tb   H*  Buy* Rejln-t Lund.  Il,ilidi<i,i,l������",  lb,- 'i,,*'.  duritiK   hi*   fC'TU  1;  , -. ;,    j -ir ������������������>. (..-I    four   I- '.  u t,*..* M**(ib, ��������� i-nrii* r -iii  |o*,, writ*)-- Tie* Stitndnnl <d I'mpire  '��������������������������� ,r. |, , I, ii, Mt U'piiM, ,',r-' pl.-u-  ioi>ly jtnif.il ,f, tb<> l,Hk<* V'������.*w no.  *���������*���������*"**, Min.'it it'l'oiio* tic* li* w l',jfba.  ��������� ���������."-,��������� ', -nl-hn** ������iif. Mr. M.iiiitMiurf  . ,1.1 Unit tin- wm, the tir-i  |.i..f,.-rty  tl������   till,I    |iiim-,hi������v������1   li.   C'..lt,l>i.|,   .... .j,    t,,.  nnn.lir*'! In* invf*tn**fnt a ir* *i on.*,  II,- .\.,. !!i*>ro,i������lily ifiiprc.-vil t.v th,,  w.,ii,./|(il growlh of IJ'-gimt ������uicv Ii#  i.i.t .,,--.-) ihroufh the Umt, mn������������  >.���������r������ ..g'������.  Two young ludiex boarded a crowded   , ��������� ___ , that "tiie" bill' w,i^  kilTed, oitenf thi  traincar nud  w.r*. obliged  l���������  stand.  If j* .--.timated that .even tlir,t|������nt,,ll t;il/ (v"',"'il /f������������,,"(,1 _.lf1"*r,"������ "* '"* "" "'- U,���������," U> h,"'"l>' )uT-wU' t**,,k  ,'hihl,"., -li- wckly ir. N'.w York from! *e"} ���������������* .������"��������������������������� I l;'������('f������������ Hiftoii coi,������ratu-  1 . > --vt-.l-.-n* I*.- fi- ,-,,i.,,.| 1,,.1 t-.tinu tuni "n hi* utaii'l. Tin* parti*  tiie liouw liy. If tli-i,- ,���������-��������� -liddivi. iii I, fiitiir ii,.'ii.t..-f. wl.il- ,t a-vi'l ���������'���������'���������"<������������������}[���������  vim,��������� ho���������,e ih,. WiH*,,,', I'lv l'���������*U; lw. ������k*������ good many WoMern old-  t,,-.lv  and  |M-r.,.,.-,i,|v    ,  ft'if.'r-  ���������������''!  "'   >>'iva .'diicntiofial  op  a,"I   t|l<|<   rv*  .luce tli** ri*k to a miniiniiiii.  To kw|������ the ���������,r ibi'iln*! iie���������-,,|i t> <>  b|,td' * of rtn ehetr,*- f 1,1 '11,1. k';i,h,,r*i  all tin- iuipuiiiii'-*.  v  ',,1,1  fh.  i.-���������... ti���������.  ii,. ti.u t.i ki  bank -Puck.  ,','*" ,-   "ill   -Kit  '|i   J'-.ur   bahuiee   lit  , iioriiinitii-** in hi* youth, lit* bad th<������  ��������� {eloBratu aihlrewied. "Hon. Cliffori  t������iltoit, I'hniniinn of th" <*onver*ittirin  coniniitte*', uiiawi." A id"* * pa |>������r-  1,mn, luiwever, I'Hiintcil out that thero  wa������ 11 -di-hl diuertuice U*tw������������u "con-  v������*rxnfi<)ii" and "iimwvattou," ami  IU l-'.^iau. v..ut <'h,u,g"d in tim*.  hold <>l what ������li" -,ip,*oi.������*d wa* her  frieii'l'i. Itnii'l. They had ntood tlm*  for woiiii* linn- when, on looking down,  ���������the (liruovi'i.'d CItfit ,-hc wa-i holding 11  mniiV band, flreatly etnhnmaaod,  *i���������. .-)n.l.������un.-I "Oh, I'v. *���������*.( the  wi'ttng hand!" Mbircun'i, 1iie mnn,  with a finib'. >t*et<*h,*d forth hi** olhrr  Jiaii'i. ������������yi*ig���������"Hm* i* the other on.-,  ili.nUui.'  Hoiiielniw (lie avciagc girl t*xi'rci*e.*i  H"ttt-r jii'lgmiMit in ohooiing her  (riemlt than A\o doe* in choo������iug a  buKlinnd,  DODD'S  KIDNEY  '/PILLS  WB  W. N. U., No. m.  London't Dipoti.  Then- ���������r** 7uo roilrond . utloti* v ith<  io twelve mile, ol Cb*rinf Cro*o  ".���������������'. 1;', !  wit'k.-d."  "Wbv  "Well.  (���������*!������-1 di.  Pre_pciou*i  t"i, jfnttt'fni.-i mil*.* be .iwfuHy  Willi***, whnt do jrou mt*>iii������f"  ������l,.* told nil- h'-r**.-ll that the  y-->iir*g." i  .N^KlONlV,.''  %    in, <*i wma*.*,-AV  ���������Ml    S    ������'  1 ���������*������ II L T I   '��������� THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  of  Jfes?/?S& -7%f~J%i2> (Z&^/^/ci??.  FRESH air is one of the best tonics that I can recommend to my  readers, and when moderate exercise at the right time "be taken  in the environment nature has given  to us, the benefits are incalculable.  No one has ever been harmed by  too much fresh air; In fact, most Ills  are traceable to the lack of it.    Many  and absolute comfort should be en-  Joyed. The tightly corseted figure is  fit for a tailored gown, not the bathing suit. Never stay in the water until  your, lips or finger nails are blue or  until you are uncomfortable. Gauge  your own time, and do not foolishly  undo the good of bathing or swimming  by excess.  disorders are the result of the condition  of the blood. ��������� Now my talk today Is not  a dissertation on the circulation of the  blood, but suffice it for me to call to  your mind that oxygen must be breathed  Into the lungs, must penetrate through  the walls of the capillaries and be abed-bed by the red corpuscles. This aeration of the blood Is absolutely necessary  for good health. Exercise Increases respiration and perspiration Is Induced,  thus ridding the body of impurities.  In the open air there Is more oxygen  than in the house, therefore there Is  greater benefit from exercise out of  doors. Remember that no exercise  should be taken Immediately before or  sfter meals, and too much exercise la  Just ns harmful as too little.  Tennis has been prescribed by a famous  specialist for the complexion. Rvcry  muscle of the body Is brought into  healthy play, and It Is usual to see sensible garb on the tennis court, The flat-  heeled shoes are conducive to easy  movement. Do not overdo the matter,  though. Be satisfied with "not quite  enough."  Swimming Is a wonderful outdoor exercise. The fresh nlr and the water  have a salutary Influence on the nerves  end skin.  Muscular power li developed  For women who require the development of . the arm and trunk muscles  rowing is recommended. It is delightful, in that the rower can stop at will,  varying her exercise with short rests.  There is no reason why a woman  should not "feather" as capably as her  brother, ���������  Dry and Scaly Skin  ���������Bear���������MT_j-_5*-ie������r-  of amusement, will bring fresh air to  your lungs, a glow to your cheeks, an  appreciation of nature and a renewed  vigor for the resumption of indoor occupation.  Exercise ln the fresh air! Take every  opportunity to give nature's treatment  to your body. Inhale the oxygen with  long, deep breaths, filling every corner  of your lungs. Give your body a chance  to enjoy the healthy action that spells  long Ufa and happiness, which ahoutd  be your natural endowment.  I wish to ask your advice In regard to  my complexion; my face Is thin and inclined, to he a llt.lt- scn'.y, I can't use- much  powder, as It shows very plainly. My skin  seems to be tanned *.ir yellow from some  cause, and I have two or three spots that  are very noticeable. 1 have a thick growth  of hair on my face, and I have always  been afraid to us" ore-ims, I have be. n  using lemon and glycerine for the yellow  ���������complexion and brown .--pots, but a friend  told me-they would cause it growth of hair,  so  1   stopped   using   Ihe  mixture.    Would  la to be stout she w'l! remain so whether  diet or exercise Is tried?  2. Is there anv hone for a turned-up  nose at my age? Would massage be  helpful?  3. I have tried many remedies for mv  hands They are soft enough, but are  v.-ry red. What can be done when the  skin grows hard nnd soiled looklnc .-"-ound  the nails. One cannot cut lt very well. |t  being so set In. THANKFUL.  1. I do not think you are too stout  and advise you not to exercise. By per-1  sistent effort any one can reduce her  flesh. ���������    ������ .,���������     ���������  2. It Is never too late to try. Massage has helped wonderfully In many  cases, so 1 advise you to apply the  treatment to your case.  3. Red hands are very often the result   of  tight   clothing.    The  following  _may_app__l_to_y_au_  Advice on Social Customs  Jfw(i^v(d/c  *ru*J^*u6a& -*nv*������#fafe$mm4>  <m\t%d QJfi/idxtA**'  A GARDEN PARTY  IF YOU declda to give a garden party,  which, hy the way, Is a delightful  way to entertain If you have attractive ground*, there iiiiimI ba  mad*' beforehand a few preparations  thnt are conducive to ilie enjoyment and  comfort nf ymir guests, Tin, Invitation*  limit suggest tlm boat or train to tia  t'ikrn, If you reside outside the city, and  If provision has been made for meeting  gueats, the fact should he atated on tha  card,  Of course a garden party li hold in  open nlr, Kvi-n the refreshments may  be served "al fresco"���������on ihe lawn, Tl,*,  hostess of a garden Party receives out  nf doors, wearing a light dress i,,���������) a  hat. (Hiests mny enter thu house, re-  mov* any con in and then hi* conducted  lo the part uf the ground where the  host**-*   Is   receiving.    After   the   ox-  L  SOLUTIONS TO SOCIAL PROBLEMS  change of greetings, the guests are at  liberty to wander In groups much as (it  a tea. .Light refreshments (of course  cold) can lie served, Salads, sandwiches,  cake, bonbons and Ices are nil that are  nt'cusiiary. Hot tea or coffeo should be  In the house for any who wish tt.  Music Ih a valuable addition, and If  aome form of amusement can be given  ihere will bo small chance for failure.  It U unite ctistnmnrv to hnve a short  piny or tableau to furnish n diversion,  Numbers of small tables upon whioh  empty plates can tie depivlted should  be provided, for a guest cannot be expected to hold mi empty cup until a  servant nrrlveu,  Of course, It Is the duty nf a hoptea*  to Introduce people who are cotinfnliil,  and, after all guests luivu arrived, lo  flit from group to km up and to make  ovory one feel i*oirtforiiil,l,>, Forlorn  strange ones should l���������' tactfully brought  Into tiie nearest collection nf people.  A watchful eye should l><* kept on  the servant", ami, Indeed, the hostess  should he everywhere  There Is nu advantage In tlm garden  party Unit possibly few ���������f you have  rcallit'd.  ln tha first place, It offers a  ilillKllltllll*,    (tool   ,1,1*11,0(1   Of   |flVl������K   III,  after-!,ion ten, and then the grounds  offer itcroiiiniodiulon for many mora  Silesia than tlm usual country house,  ������������������sides. It Is ,. little different Irom the  formal "nt lioine," "foil inay rely upon  a full nt tendance, whirl, fact speaks decidedly hi favor of this way uf enter-  mining In the ���������tummer,  To Moke Cosmetic Gloves.  Use soft, large leather gloves, three or  four sizes too large. R*p them open end  spread the Inside with the following reparation,  then  sew  the ripped seam  up.  Cosmetic Gloves Paste.  Ground barley, the white of an egg, a  teaspoonful of glvcerlne and ono ounce of  honey. ,  To soften the cuticle around the nails  soak the fingers in warm soapsuds to  which the Juice of a lemon has been  added. Dry carefully and apply cold  cream,  Vaucaire Recipe  Dear Mrs, Byrnes,  Will you kindly publish the recipe for the  Vaucaire bust develuper?  ANXIOUS ONE.  Here Is the recipe you desire;  Dr, Vauca're'B Remedy for the Bust  Liquid     extract     of     galega  (goatsru������)   '.'    3    ft, dr,  L-c<o.riho������phAte of lime  IM    grains  Tincture of fennel ,  10    grains  Simple syrup,..  IV~ ounces  The dose la two soupsjioonfuls with water  before each meal,  Ur. Vaucaire nlso advises tho drinking  Of malt extract during meals,  ���������_, i. ,,'   ,  Vaseline on the Hatr '"-^  Pear M*-"-  Byrnes, *'  1. Does vaseline make tho hair grow, nnd  has It uuy -fleet on thu nature or color uf  the hair?  ���������'. Whnt would you suggest to develop  tliln hands ami a thin H������!  *, What 1* the cause ol a person's hatr  being io much lighter In front ,hitn In die  back, and what will darken tht* light h Ir?  4.   Whnt  will remove mv wrinkles?  ti.   What will remuvu hair irom the nose?  (. Willi, Is ,lu cause of a greasy ,-, ������o,  ami whs, will atop il frnm being **,?  7, What causes the skin tu In- buggy and  ���������wrinkle tinder Ihe eyes, nml what In th*  cur* for the condition?  ������.   What Is ii good fattening food*  Mrs. I', 0, K,  1, Vaseline Is excellent for I,in fusing  the growth of the lutlr. Ii will nut affect tlii' nature and coinr uf tlm hair.  2. Ma-wage the hands and face with  cocoa butter dully If you wish to develop thi-,,,.  jt. It may be thin the hair on the front  of the head lias lieen exposed to iln, sun  more than the buck, The application of  MU,' teu will darken Jt.        "  ���������j. .Mnssugi* with  m butter or olive  oil will clear away all wrinkles,.  I,. I'tie electric nifliili* In the onlv thing  whirl, win njii-M' -.'" ii'. ,iou��������� li.Hl pic  lilniieiilly. A depilatory will remove It  for n lime, Inn ihe hairs will grow Hi  again thicker nml eu.ir*.*,-, *  fi, Very ofieii ���������>��������� emlng of rich unit  greasy fowl* cnuucs the nose \o be  greasy, Hathlng li wllh water to which  n.  Itlle alcohol Is added will prove help-  ������, Wrinkles and twtgglnes* under Iho  eyes may he due ,o eyes,ruin, squinting  !<",..."!*"' "''.' -^"V Th" first thing to  -veri-omi'Tt ",'"> '"' "'" ,ry '"  fl-ih'?"....111 . .''I-'*''"--** '������r Increasing  2t_������:_,rh*? ''. '���������'���������'���������"������������������I'nnnfiil In lemon or  orange (nice before cin-h meat,  -gittBSIS       ������      |ff ww ���������*���������-���������������      ������������������������      Tt IIJ      *���������������������������������������������        ���������**���������> HF������������ I  . Would you nit vis* mi  in ssk per-  nilwlen ie call oa hert  I U It riant In vesr a ready-tied dress  With a TumJu  DTT.M, Mr-    Vl-iu,"  I, Hhall 1 proceed m win my wlsht  5. Would you ailV   on Inert  _. ��������� ..   to v*j������r   CKt������-l Wild - lu������_-������f ,\U. U.  1. Complying with your rniue.su I  ���������hall keep the first pun of -your letter  strictly .mul'lentul.   Uy n-|lv to your  ili-iessary for you* to recaiv* m formal  Inn jiluctlon lo the young lady In Munition lHifore proc.fdlng further.  :i, The reudy-tled cravat Is quite nut  *f place with a luxedu, The suing lit  In hi 'tetter insta,   He is Jealo $  l*������������r Mrs Adsms.  4,,,     W    .   ,1       >    1|    M\-\  l,���������. ������iih .'*��������� ornng msn of i'4. II* irrau  t.ie  ���������.���������ri   frna.,1**.   liwt   ���������tentitr   le  see*  ins* n.1,-1 i" bi������ts nu- S|.,nk tn snoth.**'  kxi- ihs set* v-i> ������,,siv -li-l it,*.,** th*  eiKtm,   I.,., you Ditnk In* lr*>es n,������*  winder a.  tern vnung man hecornoa angry prr.b-  ���������Mr btnausf Im Is -*_:.iu������ af joy, uui,  raw mmar ttohare, do not fe������l that )t_l*  often liidtcnles a  selttsli dlsposlllon  In  ,'u   i���������-i   ,. \Vi\,-\, **,   :nid the Mi.M-r 1,  Is  conquered  thn  better  for all  ion-  ccrue..  Wait for an Introduction  Usar Mrs, Adams,  1,   t am very much lnt*r������*tf-' In a young  lady  whom   1   luve  s.en  srirrsl  llnws st  ,i> her, but she speaks every Mine I sis  her, would It be pruprr f*r me tp ssk for  net rnmi*nyf If so, whs, >huuli1 I s������y?  I.   When a senll.insn  is mtroilureil In a  U'ly on  th*  street,  should  hi* reninv*  his  1. It would not lie proiier for you to  "   ������  privilege  win     _.en Introduci'd  to  It...    ...  _.  trath making a breach of ai (queue by-  ask  such  a  privilege  when yuu  have  not been Introdiiciu to her.   "  rotJNn MAS,  r you  ou   ha,  Vou are  ������t)>  -ui n,\i,\, ',%  at St.   r  apoalrlng to each niher.  t Ve������,    Improper Terms  Dear V ������   Anintn.  I gbmi.d a at*! **m������ haa *���������*������������ *fmB������ *v^<  ��������� ������<������,nt mnn for a year *v*r reitr io i.-m  as li������r "������t������ tt  : ts ii  a ������ui i  gent1^ er '���������the gov������rnor"t _l ���������n������lntf.l*i| *.|i������t  it is an nant.    . ,  1 Mv i*,.���������n,������v iS/icI- when vlsltlni/ me,  inatsts im .Alma I'i* ���������*'.,* ������ a*---'-- . >���������,���������*���������������. ���������  t, be better tn remonstrate with htm nf  ������������>'  liolhiiis:    ||e  It   vi-;   nun i'i'.  4 Is It right tot a young gentleman of  n ti, i������n ������������������������ * j'.'** t������*b '���������* i* *!<**  Ihsn fear llmss s w<-������k* Tne rtr, thinks  a  ������re������l  desl of  htm.   OS' T''V.  VT.SI',*,.  I. It Is an uil'llRiillled and Incorrect  term.  i,    it   |.*������ *(,.,.������   _i������trs|itv',l-i  tu teltl  w  the father in such a way,  I In a gentle way you mlglil ask him  If he wti,ii-ii*'t rather use his fork,  4 I think four times a week Is too  often, fin such frequent visits lake up  Km, much of the girls tlm*.  Not Always Attentive  tVir Mr.   Allan*  in,iii.o i*.ii _,r,���������lv teil me *������,mi ," *, T  I met a .oiing man tare", lesr* ss<> ������r,i  leafne*t  ������u   let*  him  t.r>-   ,|������������i,y     W ,i��������� n  ���������A *   .,r^.   .,'.,,    '���������,     *i..,i#������    ..,,.   (!������   'f   ,,,       ,      ,  fur we    ,u*   u������en ���������������,   ������r������. >m-.ng r-n>\ nev  l,r  |-������,������      ��������� "I'i (1   *.    ������ e       If  ,������������������      u     I-  tl* lean ������t,<*it,*r������ in him. t last h*������* ,''������  l--r--.n.    I -.,.. I ii.ii, -i-������*������rl������A  will not bo hniipj*. When nut in company, It Is the iloty of liotli to b** ������*���������  ttntlva to Ihe friend* ���������lise;nlile������l. He, nf  rouriw, must see that you are not neglected, but you must do your part to-  .yard making U<> vt������,,>,ig .i i.:..������-_i.t  on*.  Breaking Dates  Vmr Mus. Adams. . ��������� .    .   .  I t������le|,|iiin.<<l , > * Slrl Mem! <h������ nllisr  d������y and made sn engsgemem ti, *������ll en her  at -. I'Vl.H-k that e*.-n,n*i. When I armsd  st h*r home I whs tuld ,h������, she ������-em ,u  ib������ iheiiiev with i, ulrl I *,i'l im, ko***  whst In tnsli* of her srtluns *hr ���������������.������  I am ones of her l������������l frle-^iis,   Wb'-n I ���������-;*  srjn g������t������ s f*������i.t** msjiogv snd. ,hi simit  nf i-wi-ntes *r>,l- ,. ,),,, s,won,1 *'m,- t,is  li,i������ iimim in* in Hu* in_iiii..- ,"���������'>��������� .',.-.  ,,ms , didn't i'������v ,mv i.,tent,"*t n, ,t ������,  sll, luit rivi* her "i- I'eneSi uf i'ie ,'o,i','  Now, don-t yoa think th* pr������K' wav '"*  j.. t������ .**��������������� *��������� ���������������, *+ *������(���������������" t* t ���������������*���������������"������������������ ������--"i  An b*r a m***! nirn whetwiver I  can.  but  I lever   miik*   anv   ,.,ut������  ,t'iti-s   y t,*   te t  ���������tease i,n,W������tsn*   t *-r, ent In ewe: l* *s  ���������ml   sincere   frtemtshli*,   sn-'   ������e   b ,,*   on-  *,���������.,.,,.������ o iv,������, ,,-,,. t*r������������t*vti t*,i ,  Yi'U have egscl'y Mie riirtiI Mm "'  the coiirse tn pursue In Die f<iti>r>������ with  regard to the yung gtri It w.iii ,*���������  verv iinwtse to make anv mcr** enetige.  tneni* with her, rmlv l������ i)'������������e the****  tiniken; yet It Wu,,*t tie unmnnlv t'������  treat her te any other Imt ������ civil and  court eotia manner.  I,win? Card*  3. ts ll t.rui-r ttm ������ rvonm man eslllag aa  rsftr to h*r f������tli������r ts "th* ol4  J*.*.iiii������v t,������* a siring hutd ������n  f*ar, and I' mu iloni cuni|,H>r 1  Villi,    1  I. >"*i  t>������r Mr*. A'lmti.  fhdiild ������ msrr's.l ���������emifl l'iv������ h*r *������*���������  bsmVi isrd when wll'ir ���������������������������'��������� **��������� ���������''*'.������  -kuinsiit A *���������* *������������������   IU..l.i',  le* If her call la m������il** in r<*^ ���������*">*, f*r  nny entfr'nlnment tn wht.-h *><��������� ^*������ ������**en  a������ke*1.  ������������r  If  ������rt,e  s.-*s a*   *'<   ������������������.,,',  nr  I, ������������������-.���������������   Ill    U,������    hu.iHt   U,    ���������������!..��������� li   ������ ���������'���������   lS  living,  yuu niHisi- a,e t��������� u>* sulphur and fr**m r,f  tatur tahleis?  ,-.. -. .-,,,��������� ������������������* ������ ir<;���������\ I'.el ��������� fur my h������li,  souii-ililng that nml'ilni .nsior u'l, My  ha r is r'fillns *r������l n n Utile gruv  ������Wii*  I  think  ynu  wit'  find  i*-nt  .iftir ;,, (  have   slopped   using  powder  your  i-kin  Will r-l I*- sn il,������ .tin! *,.,l>. Cri'., ,.ii*  lo Iikc la,- li-ltioii j.ilie nml Hi.vrnil'ii-,  for It wh| I,n, c.iu-e Hie ������,-(>w,|i cf Inilr.  1',M������ much snap Will iMil"!, the skill In l������  til')', ii I IliHI***- yuil l������i UN, .,s IK In* .is  liusnll .* on >u.,] I.iii- |l ;- inUie,p,i: I,,  take the litlile's ,it T >-s t*_ I hue of veiir  I'.isloi' o|| j.|.,iu<  vvl.t I i-   v.-rv   gu",  fur  your hnlr.   Apply u few drops out* a  day.  Of,*.,    Tf        f I   f*t      ,  ,      I  ��������� >s,,\   //,,,',,   ,,,,,������   C,i."/^'_i  l������,������r   Mis,   ei,i���������.  Wntild ynu pl,.������_. glvs me some liifctn-.  tl'-n *-uut wv **������������4s* T*>v ������'������ "*-������y  lend anil SiMiii-'Im.s Ibri ������<r vnv ,���������.-n,-  chamif.l, rteas* d.i ���������������t kI\������ i, e aniilttt.g  ihsl Is very cu������ilv Wiililtflai  It limy be tlm,   vou ,1 1  lli,,r..iigli!v'  W/.DllCli        |||     t|���������.    Ili.tJ.il tt t     i',f    I jIKi ������    tills  Ih tht cause nf i-happcd  luttiil*.    If v.u|  Will    in.ttKt'    use   ,,f   ll.e    LdliiWllIM   letll.c  the   ciitidllloM   <f   \ui.f   tun.ls   ������lll   U  grestlv Imtirnve-t:  "Tlneture iK-nm'n .... .   ...... .���������,.**'-*i-"p*  ,,lyi������-'lne    .,,, ,    ' *ti|i,^.#  I,,������,.,������ .'r.r    ,      . ...   1 -'in ��������� ���������  BBl������ this ut the th-m-i* ti Kb, and nturiiitig,  .\frisurnnenis  lii-sr   Mr.    <i-,,.  \ I *,r. ,;i, vfis-s . ,1 *|i,i* I, ,,-,���������! '. Ir-,--,.,  tsil      Mi   ,,'j.|  ii ,i- lie ft I,* Hi' |..r������;  l.ha,  ��������������� M������ ��������� e������- *���������,..��������� J, :r,,hlt A ������e|������h 1������������  (, ���������������** V|. <r . t, (. I ! .������ 1 S ,. t ,) i.t,  "��������� i'     , v,   i   i-   ,/    i ''������*���������������'������   t.l:  me ,n������������, | i������..ig. . ���������������.i ,��������� >��������� in fl. ��������� i,** |>> * .,  Ihir-k   tn- *.������, *,/    ���������  iii-   ii-it   if  *  t������rs..������  Freckle Cure  r>i*-Vi'������ l>-m������a,  Will yen plesss* give in* a retns.lv- that  j<ll (-uie iHKtinat" IriMklss and nut g,u*  luilr on ,lie fiicsT >i('|j<m|,ilini,.  I   i,in  ������.,ii>.   v..-i   ������,!',  r\:.i\  i'���������i   f.,|,,in,:ig  recipe xrry tri'tienclnl!  OVmtinate Freokli-s,  ti������,i,s of nine   fiib'.ill f  lilHiiillfl.,  t Irtl* ,f,e  i|lv,.iu,���������     .,      *t   dram   ,   *, it't,in    i*. ���������',! in,*  ...    I*   .i-������,i*  ,-eies,t   tin.   pnsts   noli   th     iti-fM, n   nl  nlgln life,,, culm- t., bed     In  *���������     iii-lint  *'���������'-" "'.el iiuiui.** *l:u * utile i. ������..*r������*l  lurai and mint nil  Siifierfluout I fair  |n-������r   VI,������    l-yluei  IV II   v,.,i   |.', ������������.���������  glv,.   ,,,.-  ��������� Ill. Ithl.l,.    I,,,II    1,11    11, y    f*  WliU'lt     iil>.      MllllltllillK     Kill. I  ,1     ������-...,'..1,1)."       Lu,      t  ������Si.r,l   , ll ,'I1,'-IH������  ��������� ���������.me nmcte fe������  am) at,nsT   I  ������,ll   temova  -ir*.,.;       i   '   riiivi*  MHoSKUtRAIIT.  t   r-nnnl   K've  you  the   recipe  for ft  perm;.i,ml    , ure    [.',-    -iu| i il\|ii"i������   littlr,  will iiiiu'V Die li.ui-  i..-, .i tlnir:  Hull-liliie  .,f ������<������!������  nr  * i, Him   sub  i h���������i,     ���������'* gta'n*  <*,.. ,!������������������.. . ,'*' grsln*  Mil  ,h.,rinig,ilv  and  kr*i* div  In -   ������������ll-  ��������� ,t,,, t tn, ��������� Mi.ir. ������ !��������� t'-i ft 'i".   T������*������  tti-ofh '������������������ ii.sae '��������� ' **������'���������' ������"' ������'d ***rm  * ,, ,,. n untl* ll'. |t -,������r ...HHHete-y 1*  ���������rfiied -"i-nnm ������,"r the , ������i>������ -,'..>rf������r#  ������,,,i   ..... .   ti,  ie!i.4iii   ,'r  fr-,r.i   i.ne  t>,   Hv*  f ,,,      ,,   , r-'l* .���������    '���������   **-    i.iiiri-   -t   th*  Vnl'  ���������in ������ ,.i.mt ,.im,e   * |*tifr  I,      11  lain;     ,, -  i..,nve,t,  In. ������     . ��������� I.* ������>. ,  ��������� ,,..'     mm    mi  Vise    , ��������� ��������� -���������    " '���������  n ��������� ,,'���������������������������   f   i-  ���������n,t ii --,'��������� ��������� ���������' ���������'���������"''  ���������frevnt ir*i's'1 "  ������ '.  t-Mf  *'������<-*  < 1  .������   ,- tt      "���������!  ������| K..������.   U> B-  THE MEWS, CUMA.ERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  are now established in our new premises and  invite your inspection of our stock. We itave  just opened out a new line of  DR"3SSSR8 and STANDS *j*.C *A tffC PER  Rangins In PHc������ From    flKJ-lUfUJ SET  Our stock ir. now  LARGER and BETTER ASSORTMENT IN ALL LINES than ever before.  The Furniture Store  A.McKINNON  McPhee Block, Cumberland, B. C.  Establish Mining Town  On Island  A new mining town to be  known as Wednesbury will shortly spring np in the Comox district of Vancouver Island, The  town will be built up iu connection wuii tho devel'.pmeut work  which the Canadian Collieries coin  piny is about to curry out. The  company which recently took over  the holdings of" the 'lion. James  Dunsmuir is operating diamond  drills in .a unmber of places with  a view to locating the best points  for sinking''new pits which r will  load tojhe output of the collieries  being largely iucreaTeTn jOarge  number of expert coal, miners will  be brought out through the lni-  jKU'ial Federation- League.���������Colo  iii.t.  A dearth of local news often  luuds to murmurs on thr part, of  tho.e who prise l���������ciil gossip above  nl! oli-e, aniht is not all tlx* iault of  E  Singer Sewing Machines for  sale on easy terms at the NEWS  OFFICE.  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Refresh-  Beverage  Drink  FOR SALE���������Six. ringed kitchen range,  in good condition.  Apply this office.  See C. C Segrave if you want  a Piano, Organ, Sewing Machine,  agent for all sorts of musical instruments. Cumberland-, B. C.  CUMBERLAND & UNION  .WATE-i WORKS CO., Ltd.  notice.  Sprinkling will', lit* allowed only  between the horn's of 1. to 8 in the  morning audi ft.-o.u_ 7' to 8 in the  -fcv.eui.ng.���������   Leaky taps, must be attended to  at once,.  Any, changes or additions to existing piping must be- -.auctioned  by the company.  A. Mg.Kmigut,  Maunger.  c*  thu publisher. Any live publisher'the other day,  Ladyemith, Aug. 4.���������A drown-  iti-g. accident was- narrowly averted  will not fail io give all the  local wttS owing to  t]10  .iiesvB  worthy of note,,   therefore  ���������ivheu the local deput'iiuentis short  you should not rati at the editor,  nut remember  you   might   have  committed  suicide, got   married  quarrelled with   your   neighbor,  stole chickens, let your team  run  i.-vay, or done   a hundred  other  things to make a local item.  if t newspaper should publish  current street gossip, or the liiuta  and nUubions of thu  Lest society  jit any community it,   would   ho  'j-HrtU-i-ed and the editor horse-  \Miipped or burned nl the 'stake,  'I.i,ink a minute of thu  mean aud  io.v .things you say  til/out your  townsmen and your near neighbor  i u I imagine how it would look iu  print.    Uon'i criticiiio the news  papers for what thoy  print, but  give them great ereuit for what  i.my   don't print,   A newuptiper  i,mi contain- one-hull' the uou-  m'Iisu current umuiig the best citi  /em-, would be coiiHidured unlit to  read,    llone.t !  We would Miggeni Unit some  I'liitT I'oi'tii of iiiiiiiri'iut ,it be in-  ���������liilged in, hetiitli* mjuinlnig it Hit.  alarm at 1 .'cluck iu Hie morning,  thereby causing the t-t'ift'ii-- uti-  neceissary aluriu.   ���������   --On.  -i.il-  Thc w-cHsl'���������.���������.���������.*��������� <-f i):l r.itl'.s'  Aidof<jrace M-ihodiM < hutch  will picnic at MuuImiiiiu 1 leach,  next Friday. Th,", will be the  i;|te-ts Ot *W-.<> Ijns ,. 'lii'imtt <!v  I .Jr.) Gillespie, 'wof the m������������ni-  hers, who are num-miy at thnt  picturesque rcsou.  Mr*. Ncwtou, Miss Ada  New  Inn uud Mr*. M*,,K ���������"���������''���������*. of N.i  iiiiiitio, arrived Um wetk, uu I  ���������ie the guest-tit'Mr-i. T I'mik-"-  Mr. Newton and Mr.  M,-Kv  ���������mM join them ���������)������������������*.: w . 1  audi again it  bravery ami  presence of mind of children that  a fatality was averted. This time  little Norman. Harrup and Bobbie  McBti. nie, with a playmate, Tliel-  ma Dodds, are the heroes, Mrs.  Hume with her baby, and hercpm  panion, Mrs. Bourne, were thrown  into the water by the capsizing of  a boat.'. No one was near with  the exception of the threo chiid.nu  mentioned. Tlm brave lads  sprang to tho assist an co of t lie  drowning Indies and siicei-eded in  grasping Mrs, I hi mo and tlio baby  and holding, them above water,  their united strength being unequal to thu tn.k of lifting them  from the water. Mrs. Bourne iu  the meantime bad caught bold of  the upturned, boat, but woultl not  have been aide to sustain her hold  ou thai for long had uot the little  Dodds girl liy her crieo, siiiiiiiioii-  ed help, Jiubt, lJiirrup, who wiih  nt work on the hunch at Koine lit-  tlt'dihtatici*. tuv'iy, heard her cries,  and caw the danger Uu at,nice  ran to their uoieliine,', nud just in  time, iu, the little fellows wen, a|  most exhaii-iuil, Mr Uitrrup r���������  huiiihI the ladies and hi'lpi���������l th*'m  to the houso clofe by,, where ivm-  tomtivoi were lidiniiilstered,���������Kx,  The  Purest  and Best  BEER  on the    '  Coast.  and. made in  Cumberland.  NOClCE ishereliy Riven 'hat -SO'-lny-  after cUto' I intend to npply to tbe Hon.  The Chief C<iuimis������i**n , . f Lands, and  Work* f>*r n honuso t > ���������.ir.'-pect, for ,<>nl &  peoolsuni ntiiler nud oh tba la"<is ia Ntl-  sou Di&triot, and ilesorib.'d as.follows:���������  C- ramnici-g at a post planted '_0 oUuins  west iif the N.W. Corner ������-������. Section.'1,  thence e,st 80 chaina, thenee- u������rtli 80  ch;iins, thonco we, t 5u cbains, ,h.t*ce  ,,.orth50 ehaiuii. ihi'ic, vo*,t 30chii���������H  th. i on south 80 oiiuuis tu pkee of ooni-  lllU,iUUIilr<nti  Dated this 25th,d_y of. July 1910.  E. PltlEST.  Locals.  Old papers for sale at the News  Oflice,  Mit?s Mary R., Haggart and  Alfred L. Ray were married at St.  Saviours church, Victoria West,  on Thursday morning, July 28th.  Rev. Ii, Wilkinson and Mrs.  Wilkinson, of Ladysmith, arrived  in town this week.  Principal Boyer of the Public  School staff hss reconsidered his  resignation and will continue as  head of. onr local school for another  term.  Principals Palmer and'Boyer are  to be congratulated on the splendid showing of their respective departments, also the scholars.  " CUMBERLAND TAILOR i  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Ladies'and Gentlemen's Suits Made v.o Order  from $20 to $35    All Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  (���������>  __  (5)  00  Miss Ethel, Miss Maggie and  Master Robbie Cessford, have  gone on a short holiday to relatives on Denman Island.  : Having made arrangements  with the City Council, Mr. Curtis manager of the Electric Thea  tre, will proceed immediately to  enlarge the City Hall. Mr. Curtis realizes that the patronage is  ehcreasing so much that the extending of the hall is most necessary in order to accomodate  the public.  e+e+ee+++4>4>++*e4+4>e*4y4> ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.  Ia few persons wanted;  ���������  ���������  o  $  ���������  To complete syndicate now forming for the purpose of  buying 4,000 acres of B. C...fruit land, $50.00 cash  required and large profits assured., S^nd tor prospectus and full particulars to the  !  I Kootenay Fruit Land Syndicate,;  325HOMER STREET,  VANCOUVER, a O.  ���������  ^N*-*,*^^A^'-*^A^^**^i^������%'***'*#V*A    WSAr*AAr>**A/m<+A/i*^^  Merchant  TAILOR  K. A1DA  The members of (trace Methodist Church .ire a nam*; im,** lor  a congregational lawn social, to  be held next Tuesday,  Tlwvti Tln.l-ifi is initiinir ini n  telephuiu* line ftuiii Citiiilii'iiuiiil  to No, 7 mine.  NOTICT is,hereby giv_u tinit *30d;,y.  nfar. d-ie 1 intend tu apjly t-> the ll.m,  Tne Chief Com.i.i-sionor nf Linds mi  Work, fur 1, lioeime tu pro*|-eeli tor eonl  aid iictrultiiiin uiid.i* th. l.tnclw in _*}. koii  UiMii.cl, liiul *iwor<l_ed ua ioil������iv_:*-Oo,i..  uio vi_u at a fiJi.-L yfout d un the s ������  bo.oh nc ih������ S. li. coruurof Sent en 2 a,  thonco w.stnlmig tho south b uuiiiiry _f  .a d -_.ti*iu *.' A 8. vlmiu., Hjodou iiortb  .0 c-iiiiui-i mure or Jen. e* tht, suuth bcuu-  diiry nf Ai,li, JJill's 0 ,ul ji,u^pcutbn! J ���������  otiHi-, )i,inuoe,wt(i0(;huiu������, 111 veorh'a,  to 11. W in *rk .n ������oti l>..o,,, thonc 1 full*  owing al-__ f-e.1 b aoa t. (ilac. of ouiiim-  (]_.-. m ut,  ii.ttid thi., 20 h day of July, 1910.  KA-OAUIiVVGlliSUN,  K. P,ie������, Ag,nl.  LAND RECJIST11Y AOT.  wm���������m,wm  To A. M. Stenhourit', tii>i-OHSod own  or of Purl _.'{ acre- of Section t\$,  Comox DiKtrict,  TAKK NOTICK that an application h',8 been miulu to rogiHti'r  John Thonrnon ������** owner in tun uim  pin of thu iidovo hinds under a Tax  Sale Doiid from iho Deputy Ami-e.*-**  or of tho Uimr.ct of Comox, ntul  v 'U nro leijuired to eouuwi tho  claim of tin, Tiix J,urolmi*-or within  UOtUyH from tho lirnt puhlicition  huruef, |  l>,tcd nt the I.iu*d   lti'gt������try  of*  ike tlii* lith duy 0, Aubo������i, VMQ,  H. Y, WOOTTEN  rUi'l-'inir Oenonil.  " Mr." orSm'itiiWoif The Uhiiuier,  W��������� ! *!'.c f-i,''fii.'*,i������,,������   tn   bt't'itlr   hl������  !������'^, ujj'lu )'hiy,J,i'* ^���������'"4|' ^*'dl \A  O'lirteimy on Sunday hist. W������>  liope that Mr. Smitlie will lie ahh*  to ruHututi IiIh   hiiHinen- uutivitie.  itt'lure i,*n)4.  ~~l>S\'td~N^iHst7Jr-7���������met-with-a^  most painful accident on Friday  morning last,, while at his work  dt No. 4 Slope He was cleaning the hoisting engine and by  some means or other got tbe two  first fingers of the left,, hand  caught in the machinery, crushing them so badly, that they  had to be amputated at the first  joint.  '.'. /The Guelph  Herald   contains  the following   announcement of  interest here;���������One of the n.ost  charming nuptial event-  of the  buii-on wan solemnized Wednesday  July 20th, at 5 o'clock p. in., at  the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph  Carter, ;12U fcSulEnlk street, when  MibH Ella Jea'.i Martin, V, T. O.  M., only daughter of Mrs*. Carter,  was united iti marriage to Mr, K.  Wintou Clarke, U, A., of the CoL  1   ,  legiate Institute ������tnft'. Victoria, B,  O., and sou of Mr. and Mrs. J, li.  Clarke ol! that city, Jiov. Thoui*  us Dudsuu, B> A,, of Ui'illia, u  college friend ol tho bridegroom,  wa*i tne officiating miiiii-uor.  "���������   "' u  . Miiia Inghiiin, of the Big Store  returned fi'.iu a two week, vaeit-  tioii trip, by SundayYouat,  Mi'H, N. MeKaddeii, Mi*JS K  Mct'tukkn and l\liu������ior W. Mc-  hidtlen arrived home by Saturday1 a boat.  #_������_M_*_->*iHQ-^__>ji--*_n_i  H'm M, iMcKuii-ie returned  on Siiturdiiy luat Irom a two week-  holiday trip,  LADIES' TAILOli-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  --^-r^UI-T-S-_njU>E____Q^  IN ANY STYkE YQU U11SH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Frices From $?0 to $40.  CUM BERLAND,  B. C.  **a**/*ArVta++At*r^ VVV\><yj������-V*'*.*������,**>*>"^^,*^V"***^^^������V  ^iHiiiiiiiuuiiiwiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiniiM  Capital $6,000,000. Reserve $5,700,000  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED IN ANY CURRENCY,   PAYABLE' ALL  OVl^THE WORLD.     ,  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interen  at hijiheBt Current Rai.. all,*wid on Ihposits of $1 and upwards.  CUMBERLAND,. B  0 , Brnnch, Open Daily*,  i OUB'i'ENAY,, B. 0 , Bub-Branohv Open Tuefldays,  VlUlOVt WHARF, B. 0,, Suli-Branoh, Open. Thur-days.  H. P. MONTGOMERY. Manajrer.  ^"niiiiiiiiiniitii!iuiiiiioin.iwiiiwi"uaiiiiiiiiiiiii.iiii_iiiw^^  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR,  NOTARY, PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  Uhttrliu uayK ���������'i.luil it looked like  tho Mi'iM iimri," ItifHirtt'da-liiivify  Jh>v. U. WilkmsDii, of Lndy-  miiiili, in exjiee'eii tu arrive iu  town thi* week, and  will  bo the  Hii-kle.  ���������lected  wiii   upend   w cu^Ii.   ������������.'  with Mr, and Mrs Ihuiks.  ,    ,              ., ���������  ��������� i    i   i  .    , ���������   i_u������������i of Mr- ������'id Mm. T,  tji'cii m',,11 mt thix ihIrikI, but tin*, i ���������*-'        *,,  . . Mr. Wiik nnoii Jihh been  ,'iiiiii i,i'i a nun with Imu.  , , i-haitinau of tho new   Nanftiino  i Mr. U, I.. Harrii*. of Viui.*���������n |dif������tHe������. Thn reverend gentle-  '���������������'������������������������"-eoicrr, ������dealer ������������ ri*al e-,tult������, i-> man will occupy the Methodic  '���������m]' i.i t.������ii.   Mr. Harri*. 1,hs j;i,i,n*d ������������������', |������ul|*i< o<������ Sunday next.  .*..*.*������>, v���������,���������.o(|������,,r ������ii\i_.,U'.;.;���������;t ii. u,v' " -1'  **>   Mr. W. Wall returtiod from it  cliort vioit to liuaver Creek, by  ���������Saturday'a bunt.  Malinger Montgomery of tho  Koyal liittiu, lett t������y annua) ��������� oo,o  un a two Meuka vauuliuii, My, b.  A. Motley, of Viincoiivvr, wiil  net aa niuii ,gor during Mr. Muni-  iromi'rv'a ubaettue,  =V. BOflOSR:  __MMI-_M--_-_-������H  monu.aetur-i.rr o. miNBRAI. UlATERS.  Olholeaola Dealer in WINHS, LIQUOR $t BEER  P. 0. BOX 140  PHONE ao,.,,  CUMBERLAND  Ik*  IE  SE  Mr, and Mrn. V. 11. Cl**u*.ier. of  Diini'-un, arrived by Saturday'*  hunt, and are the gii.HtH of Mr*,,  CloutierV. imreiita, Mr. and Mr-*,  Jaui-v'*. l'ottur.  t  Mr. A. MeKiii-.hr Mr r������������r \vn,.|  rotifer   by Kri f-jy**. I**������,i.  l*-t*i|*'  ih'ind -of..nr local nm\ ������Wt, t),**\ [    ^  J'    Mci;"*y of Vlclor,������'  I..,*. Mi. W. KrM.r.r������i .lup.,**. ���������f. ,M������i|������'ri������������*'������������������������������nt of Sunday Si*ImniI,,  Mv, W, Wilh'fl Hrriv.**! ������������������������,���������.'  -twllad tbtrt, thnin-jh ���������!��������������������� ilJ.,������������M������f, fruill a ^lttrt uU������t���������^ tni, u, s^ i  %je ton Hm mltitt^omnn * *w.  iiMMuo, t*ii I'ihhmIh*, la_������.  * Mi*-** Keuij), luilliiaT ul ihe 3������i^  (Store, Ini- renjgtti'd her jKinili,,",  un*l left t*,r VHtii-.iiivei* on Wed-  itleMluy hint. Sh<* will In*-iiei'm'iL  (Wti l,(v Mi*-* l'il'u, "f V/������fi,iiiM**������r.  1 who will arrive en t-wpteiuit-ur Int.  Mnvur Mac Donald infoTm������������ ns    'that 'he Cii\ mcivrd ihe dred*  Mr. mi<l   Mr.   .Imii*-*.  UVMoi ]*���������������',hr f,t'H'  Kinr������MH������iu;u������iiii.w,  m-riwt hom-. In Kitonlnv'-  i**^i i wnUMning 7 i*a am-.   The gifi  * * -'"__._._*.-..  Ha  WE HAVE HONEY  ,io inveal hi ������iu,v aouiul j-i.^)0. itioi*.    TIWPKP.  COAL, or AGRICULTURAL LANDS,  Make a clear -ketch and write fully in yonr first letter  if you want a definite answer.  Western Canada Investment Company,  Sultt 45, Pletck Block, Vancouver, B.C*  ���������iw***************^  mtmj  D  _r_e  mem  Garden, Field  and Flower  lirvficli'-x. ill Jit. t������������orj,t'������   l*r*#.|������j-  lorian ch'treh on Sui���������1m\ ,*, .utit-g;.  Seeds  ut' Mt* l>uu_uiu*i.  Nnw erofi ijow nrrivimr fr*\rn ow gnmtt* i.n Kn*-l,iiid,Kr*ini*.  H<d anil, Citnadtt and 'he Ut.Ilid HtRten*. All tratod nt 10 vtmi*  hy nml jtiiflty on nrrivnl TIip ho-������t (��������� -jronfl er on. fi fur fiitr min.  tmiifr-*. ('utiila.ttie fr-w.. Ru'tiit"* wi'l l# coxiiinini nt our ������ild  Kiuii'l until Mny. After th-it in iew t cmiit).-wliien wi'l h**mi*  fi*iiim-ii| In i*r.       Ad,'*****-  M. J. HENRY, 3010 Wesnlnstir H-1, Vancouver  swpir  MBH  T"-


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items