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 r  .-f *��������� ,-  THE CUM  *f  A Jout*n4aI Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox Oistrict.  mmm*amtmwmmaia*mmm.  Thk News, BiGnTRKN-l-H Ykar,  CUMBERLAND   B.C.,    TUESDAY, JULY 19,  -910  SUBSCRU'TION i'X.OO A Vl'.A  THE BIG STORE  This hot weather means va-  vacation time and you will no  doubt want to get away for  a yisit somewhere. You will  want a  Suit Case, Valise, Telescope, or Trunk,  SUIT 'CASES  W-e Ivaveijust reeeived ���������& new shipment *of 1'beseaud  call iSho'W you a splendifl'assortment.  Imiporled Grata Fibre and  Brown (Enamelled   01������lb,  handsome -Finish, Brass Pi .tel Locks,     .   $?,.50 & $:*i.'7*a  HeaX'y ;Raltn*n, Leather Bonifi'., lbane .Studs-vt Loi-k-s   ....::...,. ....   ..$o!f)0  ���������Huavy Canvas, Steel -Frame,' 'Bn-fsp, 'Locks.    A splendid arlie.'e to stand all kind* *,'f went'.......... ... .$(} 00  Sol.d Bruwn Leather, Hid,d Bi'1,8- Locks, Linen  ........   ;...".:   .....' ...'.$300  (Hea-vy-"Solid tRuwet I'je t.vher, Linen Linvd;  Shirt,  .- PocketH.-SoMd Brass4itc'.is.& Bona       ipiU&$i!*2  TRUNKS  AU kindi* and Btees, tbe'better ones having twoOlothes  Trays and Solid Brass Locks and'-Gump,*.  -pVices,*l.-50, ft700.6 00,*6 *75, 7 l0a,:8!00,^15.& $'t-9  ;telescopes  Heavy Cairvas, some riaatherfBuund, 75c to;$3.00.  VALISES  I'Fuii'auon'GraiD and   Solid Leather if rom *75c'to $.9.50  TENTS  ���������HHamnMNnBaaaMM  (5 x 8 x "2 $6 50 -7 x 10 x 2i_ $8.00   *10 k ] 2 ������ 3 .$10 50  EVERY   ROLL OF WALLPAPER IN ' STOR������ HALF   PRICE  ��������� \agtr   U1VE US A TRIAL ORDER IN GROOE'RIES.  m*m*iarmm%lmja4maamy^a^������^  Siraou Leiser & Co., Ltd;  .- - ��������� 1 .       ,  Dunsmuir Ave������, -- Cuin-teerland.  ,mmy*mm***+M*a������4*jl%Jm+lf^^  MARQGCHI BROS 1  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND) PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  ���������Agents ifor Pilsener Brewing Company's BEEiR.  ���������Wholesale Dealers iu all Kinds-of  Wines 'Hnd Liquors*.  SECOND    STREET  u*e*^-.Jtm*&w--'r*wtimriU^  ���������Drownmg Accident.  'The "Son 'of  Mr. jjcjhn iRow-?n,j  Well Known in Otimbet������lmul '  ���������Meets Tragic Weath tn  ���������Nanaimo IHitrb-sr.  ���������Oitcdf tUuwdTO'.vning fatultiies  "which, alus, too often visit, wa  ���������const--olties, nml Itrwhich Knnai*  into luw expcviiMioeiMrK slrnrc ot  sorrow, loocttrred yesterday morning, tire \tietiiit of thc'imil iieei-  <dent being Mugh.ijohn Ilowuu,  'sun *f*f Mr, and Mr>*..[}oliu Row*  wi, ViictoniniRoiul,*old time nud  pOVrived-antl the'body was r<"*~"vcr  ed by  Mir. Thomas -Nail'oi* .rind  though .dctctuuined attempts at  ���������recuscitatiou were uiiado    lilu-y  \vei'*i of no avail -for the spark of  life had,fled uuditlje body-was ve-1  .moved to Jenkins'   under talcing,  .parlors and the sad mows broken  *to the'bereaved parents to whom  the sympathy of tne entire >eoni-  iinuuity will be exionded,  The deceased  wus a native of  ���������this city aged   ao   years and   ,t  ���������months, of u bright and .sociable J rgu while ���������vinit'ing her huh,  ���������disposition uud well-liked-by hihj Wonluv Wi'.lui'd mid family,  .pluyinuiea. The luneval will tnkci  place Sunday after   noon   at ,3  .The.funeral of the Into Mrs.M,!  A.. AVillard,'wliose death we clmm.  idled in last 'issue, took place'i'rou  *tho family residence.,  Wilson St.,!  V ictonia West, to the Methodist  Cluii'el*, wliore'tbo' burial -aer-vico  wa* ���������conducted   by  tho   Kov.  <I.  Woods,  iwiiiatod'by Fvov.  A. K.  Roberts and Rev, W. S, Huntings.  Intwriueiititook place at *Ross I Say  cemetery.    The lute Mrs, Willard  ivas a nativo'of   "Whitby 'Ontario,  and  'jn   her   soventy *lVr������t   your.  She loaves to inoiii'ii   her loss   a  sorrowing'husband, ifvouona   and  two daughters, the suns art*, Wos.  ley, of Cumberland, WuiTy, J-'rank  Moi'inaii   and Abner of  Victoria;  tlio dimglibii's urn, Mrs.-d. 1,1. Col  liu������ of Saanich, und  Mrs, Win,  .English"nf  Victoria,    Hei'   sons  and soi'i-ln-liiw, J , iftf. Colliiis nct-  eil'iis pallbeiii'oi'fi,    The natuoiu ill,  which she wns held by her many  ifHwids was ntti'Sted to by tin* 1111-  ini'i'ous lloi'iil -oll'ci'iiigi-..  Tho kii'tHy old ladv will bo re *  niciiilu'i'cd   by uiiiiiy    n Omiihin*  hind,   who met luu* m'Mci'iiI years  ',Mi.  ������0   'this waij .reduced to. ������520   undor  tho now rating, 01* a   total  difference to tho ctiv "in -the cost of ed-  ucating 1 the children,  of $8flU per  annum.      Tho total enrollment of  pupils wi\s 1527, of which 208 were  from  -the -city and 124- from  tlio  ���������outside.    The actual average dab  ily attendance -was 2^x2,^.; *tl>o   Act  stated   'that  'when   tho   average  went   ovor   250   tho   city  must  djc rated as   second   class.     J lu  though tho city still-should bo raited as third jIiiss, us a*lai'.gt,  pro*  ���������.portion *canus from  tho 'Oiitsidc,,  in 1 'J no I'o-vonne  was dunked from  ithis district,    The Act dealt hard  Jy  with  tlm city ns  'tho 'taxable  area was small, about 20 acroa,  ���������Hiul much   of ibis exempt   from  taxation.    If llm nut-sido children  wero excluded it would grintlyuf-  feet the t<lli,'i,'ii,vv  of tlio   schonl,  and tho Tmutei's wero-Ktiliictaiii.t,,  lake suoh a euiii^i',  Mr. MiiiiMin, M.L.A.i who win:  plVSOIlt,     lit     I III'    l'l.-\JIIOHt   of     tin:  Sclio,,I n*������;,i',|, pi'niiiisoil to take  tin* mutt,'i' up wiih thu (ooviu'ii  llinill,'innl Ill-calls,. ,,f tin, pt-ii'iiliul'  circuiii'-liiiii'i'i*. of tin, ciiMt, was  liitpi'l'iil ,,f lii,\!ni'* tli,* Ihwii r,,n  titiimd ir. 11 third t-l.-i*** city. It  VV*is di'diihid to li'iivc ihe.miittci'iin  ���������M^'-M'fc**.  te  THE CORNER STORE 1  V<^^<M^VMA)VVA  m  Oiar   Special Sak for Eight Days  is %  going' strong,     Hiiridreds  ol   people *  visited the store on Saturday and ben- |  | efitted from the good   values they   re- f  | ceived.    Everything   in   the store   in j  '  DRY    GOODS,    CLOTHING,  HATS & CAPS, is reduced.  Be ���������stare and-coone this week, as these  J-prices are  <0  J. N. McLEOD  t  t  <������  ie  ie  9  *>  te  t  YOUR NAME IS GOOD.  ANy.T'HI-NG IN  THE  JEWELRY   LINE  SOLD on SMALL  MONTHLY  PAYMENTS  Q^t**yj*Jm\f***iXmmamm\^m  STODDART  J  %  <*  i  d  1  Hi  ���������*V)  THE JEWELLER,  I   *uW NflXl ;loor t0 l'**0 R������y*1 *Rlvnk oI,Canatil1- CoflJlwrUnd.  ������!,������*Jfl? * ,|  (iwixjx������x������y&^  ���������well'knowu residents of the oity. (o'clock from the family icsidcncc  i ,.i  in coiiipui^v Willi ���������-'1,*.; \A\:, o  ���������about hit* ibwu it^, MU.yh wi..s i*u-  joyingn bathe on the������niidy beach  ���������Mirowii up by the recent 'drudg-  vitiK opetatiou in the vicinity of  ���������the machine uhrip ol tiie Nv ostein  >I-*uel Company. The little fellow,  Avhocoulti'notiiwitu,evaded out  ujeyond'hiudepth nnd utitldeuly  ���������dropped ������nit'of"Bight of his<com  'pauious iutoa deep .hole Uiciprc-  **.������;iicc of wltieh Ik* haM not observed. His youthful couipun*  ilons tilt irst out a plank iu au at  Hempt at reacue, but theuufortu-  tuiv lad could no' gj.isp it and  ���������beiore help could be Mintini.ned  Hie was drowned. Within ,i few  i-^ouwtivtu-ol J.lic oticiot'iit,  help  V  i   ���������;     T  !U-  the hands of Mr. Maiison, to do  the best lio<wuild >in the interest:  uf thu city,  After a volo of thatika to tin-  chainiian and to Mr, Maiison, tin  meeting nd^otiiiu'd.  ������������������������.^������'S������������������������cB������������������������������������������ai  Mr. W, Vinseris i'i,m,ivingifroin  Courtenay   lo   Cumberland,   and  will .ii'ciipy thu rooms in thn Honn. ���������  ni I'dnfd*,   at present occupit'd by I  Mir. Colin Cauipbi'll,  An aorie of tho Fraternal Ordt  ������f-Eagli'ii is being funned in Cm  horhnt'l. Tlut'o wan a meetin  held in the City Hall on lant Sin  ������������������jday*evening, a large number a  luiiding nnd d-'cluriiig their intetj  linns nf ;joiniui* the order. Tbei  v;ill I*,* ant'thci' moctibg on Kill  ilay I'viMrinu next, when tho lod-J  will be ovgiiiiizod.  i 'i>t.  adltU'ch,  Herald.  Audi���������-������������������������>     I'l'ob) li.)'i,tii  otliciutiiH}.���������Nmutiiii-o  Public Meeting  fie School Meeting.;  ,     The public ���������meeting,  hcH   last  | i-ridny night, wits   w,,ll   attciidud,  vn:^*w^mr^awmFmemtWmm^^  * T-r^civn������  Mici. i,i 1,-iMii,'  Abraini*  loft  SiiiiibiV',, boat for Vaneouvoi*.  fl  uaf  TOO  f  ATE  to Alex Uowan liy Miuingm- ('ur. JCun'",',  tis, at   tho   Kleatiiic, Thuatro   on  Thn  I'sday ovoidlig,  o-  S'l'iclnry nf 'lie School  luuid, ('"vpliiiitnd *tli.ft since l|m  cliiii'go in M'liool rating had be.  i'oiiii, known, ii iiuinl'i'i' of citizi'iis  ���������-s- n- nnNi*,ir*, ihiil ,*. I'liblh* meet-  in*i I," i-iilh-d I'.nd ���������ll  iiiforinatiou  I.MHT    WiiV8 lay In-'t.  a nb'k '  ol case t'pun fiici'watch,  wiih   sib |  vi'i- chain  nud iinmo Higvu'ed on , .|Uf.M|,jt, }���������, ���������'IV(1|I  ,,- ,1,,, rtnbji*,,-!,  Thii*, tb:- Tl'MHt,  '������������������Mi-'ilitid l*������ do  ���������fl r wliirbuhc iiMT'iug could de.  outHidu cani. .Fiudor will pi,'an*  rcti.rn tothisoflice iit't'i A. Mel*;  ������������������on, Vi,iuiiun*M lluti'l.  Mr. Cliallotiti, .,*f  Chiilhiiici* k  Milcht'll, Victoria, mid famih. nr  ' '.rtui*d bvHUt������<-������ii .Matut.ln> Ih*������������  | e*l  < *���������  I'idr m lull action nh<ii(ld   la* tlikni  Mr    C',i','V -tn'i'd tint undor  tln������  old riitinn tlftiiiv'! grunt amonu  '.I'M i" ^''itio f,,r ivicl, .i.'itihi'j ;  thi  w  Wo have just p-c'.-ived ������ slhipiwcnt elf jitic Rugs &  Miiltinys ton la it* *t<> .put in stock and will In* placed  ���������un sale ait once as v.'c do not wislo 'to c.uiy  iiicm ov  cr *for ai*i(tilior ���������scawon  Jopauou Jutft Mats, fr*tty designs 3i(J ft, -^1*50  JapaneRc Mattini,������, worth,S^> Si:35c. NOW 20o������  Japanese Mats, & v Q      - NOW 50c������  Ladies' Fancy Stockings in Hdlio, Myrtl������  uud Oxblood 25o������  CAMPBELL   BROS.  Dunsmuir* Avenue CumbcnlencJ $$4  i#r;.'  U**������ 1 iimomnii 11 im THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLOMBIA.  * His *  Courtship.  By HELEN R. MARTIN.  mrntamr al 'Tllli.: A McMtoaita Mii*i."  Oofrwrida, mi, by MeCtwm. PMHtmiCa,  I I  (Continued,)  people who count ror something in out  lives do not rest us.   They stir us.*'  She spoke with evident feeling. Surely, surely, she wus not thiukiug of  Abe!   He would not believe it.  And   we   like  to   be stirred,  don't  ty. me wnrmtn ana color naa an  gone from her. She looked up at hitn,  but the fire had died out of ber eyes.  "Why should I uitud it? it is to me  as a ben's cackle."  Her words gave Kinross a shock ot  we7" be acquiesced.   "That's what we ! astonishment   He felt a thrill of pride  live for���������fo experience moments or  bonre of thrilling sensations."  "Does Miss Ellery make you experience ttioseV"  "Those?"  "Moments or hours of thrilling sen-  sat ions?"  His shoulders shook with soundless  CII AFTER XVIII.  KINROSS bad time to become very  restless while lie wuijted that  night in the haunted room l������e-  fore Eunice made her appear-  auce. He was rather apprehensive lest  the curiosity of some of the household  about this room might load to his being discovered there alone with the  glri. For her sake he would greatly  dislike the appanmce of It.  it was quite lo o'clock before he  heard her light step in the long hall  outside the room.  When at Inst she stood before him  he was held spellbound lor an instant  by the radiance of her face. Warmth,  color, happiness, took the place of the  pale, passive, remote aspect she ordinarily wore. Her whole person seemed to breathe her einrei-ness to hear tlic  story lie had to tell her. At least so he  interpreted it.  He placed a chair for her. the only  one in the room, and sat down himself on the foot of the bed.  He felt rather at a loss as to how he  should deal with her It was hard to  have to disappoint the.bright expectation ot that pretty young face.  "Would it mean anything to you,  Eunice," he began, surprised at bim- !  self to note how his voice instinctively ,  softened when lie spoke to her as one  would naturally modify one's tones in  speaking to a timid, sensitive child, "to  be told you were born of very good  blood?"  "Why should it not?"  "But   in   your   isolation   from   the  ���������worid-enn���������yo|J-possiULy���������tiaA;eJearaed.,  tbe significance of such a fact?"  "It means, doesn't it. that ray parents were people of gentle and noble  minds ?"  ���������"Well." he smiled, "we do not always attach just that meaning to it.  Some veiy degenerate families ure  proud of their good blood."  "Meauing    merely    their    inherited  rank? Yes. I know," she uodded. "But-  "The rank Is but the guinea's stamp,  A man's a man for a' that.  "I should like to know that there Is no  taint of dishonor in my blood."  "You bave tbe comforting knowledge. Your father was a New York  lawyer of high standing and staiuless  reputation."  Her face glowed at bis words.  "I have a pride* In it," she answered  him.  "You may well have. Now," he went  on, "as to tlio current story about this  room and Its connection with you. 1  will tell you what It is."  He told hor then nearly all that lie  knew, withholding only her prospects  of (treat wealth and the Bource of his  knowledge of her. If hIio knew of the  existence of the "confession" he bad  found she would have n right to see it.  He did not wish her to see It until he  hnd ascertained what the probability  v/nn that her aunt would recognize her  claims.  Eunice heard him wltb breathless  attention. Hut tlio break In llm run-  tlnulty of his story bewildered her  "But how, then, did y���������u come t���������  learn what you say Is unknown lo all  othora-tliat this man nml woman who  brought me here were not m.v parcntf  and that I am tho daughter of n New  York lawyer, from whom they slob*  me a way from my homo?"  "I can't tell you that tonluht, Kunlce,  how 1 ciiiue by tny knowledge, It \>  lietter that I do not-Just yet. Trust  me and have patience,"  Kb,' looked ut hlm, the lirliilitiH'f* <*l  her face unclouded hy his denial, Ian  r>hc did in,I reply.  "You ,l��������� trust tne?"  "Why hIiihiIiI I not?" she asked, with  nnU'csurprlee,  "In fact," lie responded. "I dim'i  know Just why you should, You don't  know miythfiig about me," j  "1 know everything about yuu." '  mining from her, "ntul nothing."  "Now," be protested, "that souud"  Of siiblle ,ik ihoiiuli It cam,- from  (ienrglnim.   What does it mean''*"  "With my heart I know you. Will,  Uiv head I don't understand you nl  all."  "Yon   pay   mo  the   highest  eoinpU  ninnt  tf vour  ,in������ullleit   heart  feni'lie*.  you an Instinctive trust of uie,   With  your Ik-,,'1 ,v������*,i i|<>>, i uiidep*i<<iiui i������t.,  he i|Ue**ti,*n,'il her curiously,  "I ������l������m't understand why. If you love  Miss Mllery, yon should go out of your  ���������way   to   avoid   her.   even   dWgulHlnu,  r,,,,.p.,,.1f  ,,,i,l   f(.,f������Tl,*.**   11Tlf*,*i,H,,ll������*������, "  Her simplicity afforded tiln; the live  llest entertainment  "Wo Hint lias been pothering you, has  Iff Well, ymi mi'. I came hero to lw  Hillel. and Miss Mlery Isn't. Jnst to  ���������ay. n restful ������������������ei-smi "  She looked unenlightened, "Hut yon  Jove |*'ojilc ������iii, ���������<'������������������ ,,"i rcifm V"  "1 don't nl*v * love to lw wltb  ���������hem "  "Am I rwUfiuy  Ahe asked It with H*-r look awl tow  ���������of *r(*i������fiilnww which he was learning  to watch tor In talking t*> her.  *-|f | *aM jfoti j������m ������err what Infer*  ann* would ,%������mi draw'*' You "f*s mutt  an ilannlngty insii-nt m������ie pernon ������>������������������*  haa to tw w-i������ri <>r U* irui*i****l Into nil  ���������Milts ot n������lft,lssl������,tis out- woimlu | iin-iiui  of nrnklna "  **!*������ If a ������������������omntertdatlrto i������������ l������e f<������i������l ron  ���������*��������������� 'rwifulV    1  would iui*i**������.* Ui.it  in her. mingled with a humorous sense  j of her remoteuess from all ordinary  j standard's*. So it was not poverty ot  ; spirit thnt made her so forbearing,  I but a largeness of mind that made  kthe .woman's noisy npbraidiugs of uo  i least moment to her.  ! "You are happy. Indeed, to be able  laughter, tlut be pulled himself to- ! *������ ris������' i-1,"v<' '* instead of letting it  gether. "I have reason to believe she ! ������ink'' >'"������ -mttor misery and rage."  would if she could" !    Slle *J,t' IMI*- ,,������s"'v������'r- The subject was  He  read   in   her open   countenance (evidently without interest to her.  "Rut let ns not si*������ak of her," he  said, anxious to restore the radiance  tbat had so suddenly and mysteriously  left her. "I have a notion that I want  to examine you���������may I?���������as to your  kuowledge of these books," glancing  toward tbe bookcase, "with a view to  gettlug you employment If it prove  necessary."  "If it prove necessary?   You"mean."  she asked, her voice subdued, ber eyes  again   dowucast.   "if   I   dou't   marry  Abe?"  "Wei!, yes." he lied.  Her lip quivered,  but sbe caught II  under her teeth and after an instant  answered him quietly.  "I am ready to be examined."  "Will  you  have patience with  me? i    Evidently   he   wounded   her  by   his  ! don't want to tell you even tbnt just j references to Abe.   lie did not imder-  vet."   "* J stand   It.   However,   he   would   avoid  "Will it tie long before yon tell me?" ! tUat "ubjet-t. too. hereafter.  "I   will tell  vou everything just as !    "e *o1^  ber then  what he had not  soon as I possibly can.   I know tt must j mentioned before to any of the family-  be maddening to you to be put off like I that he held the cbair of psychology In  this,   but   it   is  out  of  consideration > th(? colle������e of the neiirl)y *-������������������*>'��������� and he  that be spoke in enigmas. Bnt he did  not offer to explain. lie vaguely wondered why she seemed to want to talk  of Miss Ellery with her own exciting  story so freshly put to her.  Ue watched her without speaking,  as, looking away from bim. she toyed  thoughtfully with her apron strings.  Presently she drew a long breath,  lifted her hand to push a strand of  hair from her forehead and again  rested her eyes upon bis face.  ���������*1 don't even know my own name!"  she said. "Even that I must learn  from you.   What Is it?"  "I understand you have always been  called' Euuice   Morningstar?"  "Yes."  characters out of bools) and a candor!  In her speech that were refreshing, to  nny  the  least   Her  own  delight  in  speaking for the first time with one  who could understand her "secret life," i  ns she called it was evident in ber J  beaming countenance. |  There was an excitement to him. too.  In their communion, Por the first time  In bis experience he was talking to a  woman with a spontaneity, a naturalness, that seemed to open up tho floodgates of his soul.  lie had never before met any woman  who seemed to him to combine such  evident ardor of temperament with  such finesse. Surely here was a unique  Individuality, he thought, with a thrill  of happy anticipation, the long hunger  of his unsatisfied manhood leaping to  meet the vague yearning for life  which he read in her strangely expressive  eyes,   with  their  passionate  fire.  tTo be Continued.)  Alligator and Crocodile.  The alligator never leaves fresh wa- \  ter. while the crocodile often goes to  sea and in the West Indies has sometimes heen found many miles from  land, beading directly for au island.  -Qossibiv out ot sitrii,  for you (for no other reason) that I  want   to   postpone   telling  you   some  things."  "1  will wait"  "Thank you���������for your trust in me."  "So many things puzzle me. though."  "Necessarily!"  "1 can't see why Mr. nnd Mrs. Morningstar hnve thought it necessary to  keep the story of this room from me.  How could it have harmed them to let  me know?"  "They have kept it from you because  there was one phase of it which, from  their-standpoint-Ht-was-very-neeessary  that you should not know. It was for  fear that you should hear this from  Hie neighbors that they have always  kept you isolated. T.lsion to me. Eunice! When that woman died the sum  of $4,000 was found plnued to your  dress; it wus of course manifestly to  pay those wto should take care of you  The Morningstars kept this fact from  you. making believe yon owed them a  great debt for their charity toward  yon."  Eunice gazed at him In amazement,  an intensified excitement In her eyes.  "I am not, then, under the least obligation lo tbem?" she said. breathlessly. "It Is this, then, which Abe has  meant by his many Insinuatlous thai  If l knew a certain thing he kiiew I  would defy hia parents. I never  dreamed of anything llko this. Their  I iiui free���������free and not a slave!"  "So then," he nbruptly asked, unable  to repress tho question thnt sprang to  his lips, "you will defy them and marry Abe? It haa been your supposed  obligation to them that has held you  back from doing what they dlsapprov-  ed?"  She looked at him, nn expression in  her eyes tbnt was Inexplicable to hint.  She did not answer hlm. Suddenly  her. lushes drooped, and to his consternation lie snw two great tears roll  explained to her that by virtue of his  profession he could tbe better "examine" her.  When he spoke of himself she listened with an interest that brought back  to her face some of the brightness  which had momentarily left it-  Australia's Loyalty.  "The great plory of Australia , is  this," said Sir George Beid, High  Commissioner of Australia in London,  the other .lay. in nn interview, "that,  although her people are thousands of  miles fro'-n their birthplace, even on  the li;*** of thr.se who never even hope  to sec Rnirland there is only one name  for fi" Motherland, and that word is  /home'."  A Short Christmas.  "Christmas tiny is only three hours  lone in the Finnish town of Tornea,"  said a traveler. "I spent last Christmas there. At sunrise I got up to  see my presents and to read my  Christmas mail, and nigl.i had fallen  before I got tiirough breakfast."  THE STEALTHY TIGER.  At Silently as Death   Itself He Approaches His Prey.  An English hunter in India writes:  *1 have seen a tiger, sitting up 100  yards from me in the sunlight, washing his face like a cat, move a couple  of steps into the shade, and fade  away like the foxy domesticated cat;  but what is more extraordinary is  that he can move without some dty  leaf or stalk crackling to betray him. ,  Often in a hunt in the middle of the l  dry season the inexperienced sportsman's heart is in his mouth as lie  hears the crushing of a dead leaf, the  slow, stealthy tread" of what seems  some heavy animal; but it is oniv the  peacock, tne first to move ahead of  the beaters. Then, after a period ol  strained watching, when the eye can  and does detect the move of the tiniest  bird, the quiver of a leaf, suddenly,  without a sound, the great beast  stands before him.  "He does not always move quietly,  but when he does death is not more  silent. The question of how a white  or otherwise abnormally marked tij-er  can take its prey is simplified by the  fact that as a general rule the tiger  kills at night*or at dawn or dusk, and  that it is only the cattle-killing tiger  who takes his lordly toll of the village  cattle by day.  "Again, that wonderful voice, the  most mournful sound in captivity,  which literally hushes the jungle and  fills the twilight with horror, is a  powerful aid to him in his hunting.  Of ten. I* have heard it. The memory  of one occasion is as vivid as the  moment when it held me spellbound.  "I was stalking a deer in the evening in the glade of a forest, when  suddenly, from not 50 yards above  me, rang out a long, low, penetrating  moan which seemed to fill the jungle  with a terrifying thrill, and for a mo.  ment made the heart stand still.  "The natives believe that the deer,  hearing the tiger's voice, and unable  from the reverberating nature of the  sound to locate the position,of their  enemy, stand or lie still, and so gi\\*  him the chance of stalking his prey.  Unless you are following the tiger and  have seen him, it is almost impossible from the sound alone to tell with  any certainty where he is."  A TALENTED MUSICIAN.  SANITARY BRUSHES.  Hygienic    Inventions    That  Will Appeal to Housekeepers.  Mcs._Eunic*s_LatJme������_Haj_^fi������yred_l,  Greatly-to Be Desired Degree.  Mrs. Eunice Latimer; a well-known  musician of Montreal, who resides at  present at Ste. A gat he des Monts, enjoys the proud distinction of being  the only woman in America who  holds the musical degree of Fellow of  tho Royal College of Organists ol  London, Kng. Mrs, Latimer went to  England last fall to prepare for the  examination which took place during  the winter at the Roynl College of  Organists. There were 07 who tried  the examination, five of whom  were  With the craze for everything sanitary comes the hygienic brushes to be  used In the household We Have had  the dustless duster, and now these new  brushes may be added to the list of  safe and useful working Implements  More attractive, however, are the  charming little dusting sets In which'  the-pretty-hou8awife������inay^laQk^ar,uk__  ing while at work. The set comprise-*  mop cap. sleeve protectors aud air  apron.  The whole set Is made of three men's-  handkerchiefs, white, with a fancy  border In color.  One handkerchief Is gathered up for  the cap by stitching around it In u*  large circle which almost touches the  sides and leaves the four point and  drawing the thread up until the cap  takes shape, and a most bewitching  shape It Is.  The apron Is made of another handkerchief, held diagonally nud gathered"  In at the waist toward the top, the extra point above being used as a bib,  The other handkerchief Is used for  tbe cuffs uud for a pocket ou tbe-  apron.  Lavender and white, pink and white-  and blue and white are Hie colors to-  be had, although tbe set may be made-  at home, choosing any sort of baud*  kerchief one wishes.  The 8ummer Boy.  TV sturdy iiui,* cinip tn the Illustration Is ni'iiritig one of the latest tub  costumes designed for the summer  boy It is mait,' of striped red and*  white gain leu cloth, than  which uo*  " Why aloittld I miml Itr j  over her fuce.   Her rolntiuii wiih Al*;  was actually a matter of deep feeling.,  It i\!,������. tn I*- wine, not ii*hv l,ut>.,**.|  Me   Uimi   everything  else  tinoiii   ner..  There inIglit  Ik* plenty of excise foi i  her lielng In love wllh Ahe in view of/  her llfeltina envlroniiii-nt, but he fell I  nn Intolerance, ului'wt n iIIhrumI, will,i  It thut  rattier dampened his i*i,itni������|-  asm lu ihninplonlng her cmuw.    Kb**  dnlli I   '���������������������������eiii   worth   While  tl   A.<-   v.,-,*',  capable of thai.   Al Hie unnie lime her  llUlU*!..* H.UV   llIUl Ull  llUpUl-.-  t'*  ������-i  K*  her, child (hat -jfie **nn. tuko nut hi*.'  handkerchief ami wipe away her ten,-* {  Itelng kind   to her  wna  *   luxiirio-u*  pleasure, ihe ata������ ao grateful r���������r kind  n������������������,   Hut he fell ll������- need *>f restrain  Ing lilroM'If.   He abrupt!) ,i������t,-*J *e-r ���������>  ���������ttltt.U.,1..  "Why do yt*������n hear II mn weekly when;  Mr*   MnriUn*Mtar  limwItenN  umt  iu '  ���������ult*   >i.u   la-fore   oite-r   (���������,-.,|,���������.   i,.,*.  Why i!.������ tim allow her toy*"  HUe had Mmk Inm'W lu li������f thalr .imp  The examination which followed  proved to In, the first In Ills experience  In which he found enjoyment. It wiih  not unite the conventional examination. It noon degenerated into a form,  nt least, of n talk nliout honks, ihongh  Klnrrm-M' menial attitude the while  continued to he that of a sclioolmnster  examining a pupil. He had never !*������������������  lore found any pupil quite ho Interest-  lug, Her quaint talk revealed to hlm  li^w nim-h moro real to her were the  dream creature* of her booki than  were the jteoplo of her actual world.  "It at-e'iift to Btimsge, so uunnit, to  me that 1 ahould be -.peaking out like  thin uf tuy aecret thought* of thing*."  ���������ho an Id, n light ot wonder In her  eyes when bo bad led ber on to talk of  tbo truglt* mating of l������yd������������te with  Uowainowl lu "Mlddlomarch;" of the  Irony of fate In tbt rifted doctor** ao  4i������l4<<*./>*������j    i,i,i*a,um   mW>   U ....    .....',,,  \)\\:\\ inl-nrled tlnrothea-, of th������ horror  It must hnvo been to the mother heart  of Mm. Coppcrfleld to die and leave  I'avld lo Uie mercy of that dnwid'ni  atepfuthor; of the deep ligiiinciiiuc of  Umt cry wrung from Outdo tn the hour  ol   nm t-kiiviuuj,  m*   *,������..-.A   ������.������., '���������'  other lource* of help art cIowm! io hlm  lie call* iiJHin Pompltla for men-*-, enn-  fetMlng In that cry what only hi* fear  of the gallows could extort from hlm -  his faith that wtMW all other* failed  him the whom be bad traduced before  all Romo wnnM tnrwfr eome to M������ *l,|;  or tbe penalty which life etaci* for  lnde,f������lnn of pnrpflwi or failure to re-  aponrt to fh������ *M������I ������ll of iiMtnr*  through eowardk* er other wreakM***,  ���������a m "The fttaPat Md the Rn.t *' He  ��������������������������� r*������toiil*llied to flail how ieentf attr  felt and ***** nvneh whHt he m-emkt,  lime ik-etw*,! li������*>������e***IWf' to ****��������� ������4 ante  Utliffi'tf i*TrM^*fefw*<eii. t'nfrnmte-n-t**! I-?  die worW * I'OOfenthyi* In running her  opinions nr fn t������lf*Mf Irop***^!***** ������f  tiling*. Ihere we're I freedom nnd *  i>re*MillIi In **t mmf ot k*4.i*i( *t life  ili*  life of  I**  emhl,  *mr<������,,w*t  l������y  An Obiervan' Child.  Little Adelaide wiih inclined to be  cowardly Her fat lier found i lint sympathy only iih'II'iisihI this teinteiicy uudt  decided lo have ��������� citIouh talk wltb till  little daughter on Hie Hiilijei'l uf lier,  foolish rein's. "I'Hpii." ������*iie ventured  al the i'l,-ni> of the lecture, "when you  see a eow ureal yuu afraid'/" "Why,  certainly mn. Adi'lulili, Why should  I licY' "Well, when you see a dog  aren't you afraid iheii'/" "No, iu-  deed!" with marked empliHsis un llit>  "no" "Art'ii't yuu tttritld when It lliuu-  den*, |<������|m'!*" "Why, no." ond nt  laughed ai the ihciigtit mid added.  "Oh. y���������u silly i-iiiwr "1'npn." nnd  Adelaide enuiv rlower and looked Into  Uer fwreni's eye, "iirou't you ofrnld of  nothing In (he world but Just tiiom-  roaV"- Hiit-iT** Maiaiatne.  Aiwa)i Mart*** liawo.  ���������K", >i, ^,n,, i \*, r, it nl '���������"���������'n''* fli-n'i  An*, iiviuit nam am) oarAar mata,  Theit* i-onpfti'iiMin irli������d with ail  'l>������������������ v.'un jrm camoroua re*r*UL  For insianra. ixwta at o���������Ul rejoice  That v������������������* i tun Kit*ring habit me������k*|  >*>(   vnv ������ti>r������ vnn're ���������,(**, 10 flnil  Tlii-ir volume* ,r> in������ mn cent tic*.  --sew Vera Vtaae,  Can Vou Beat HT  "Woman l������ very unreasonable." aald  It renernhle .Sew Hanirxihlre juaifce uf  Ihe peace **l reiiiemlier thai n������r wlft  am! I were NlMua over our hiTH������ out  day minI we mrreeil I hut it bad <*i������fut  to th** pxlfti *tl,fr>. we f(i,i������l |������>lh en,n<  oioh* I,***, my dear," l siild 10 my  wire, 'we inu������f l*/ith *l���������������olwllTl������t������������-bo���������b!,  -\rfy *������HI, Unity A ������l*e ***.% wl'h ���������  llred ������lr of ������ub������i,l**j|������������n. -y������ia ������lwft  j-������������u**eif. ami ni ������������t your *Mlr.'*"--  K������er|lm1y'������ UaitAuma.  MJIS, KU.VIC'K fcATIMI'H.  women, nnd only 15 wero successful,  Mrs, Latimer being tho only woman to  win tlm coveted degree. The examination covered both practical nnd the.  orotienl tost*' and their character may  bo easily judged by the results,  Mrs. Latimer is a native of Lancashire, Kng.. and en me to Canada  only a tow years ago.   Previously sho  'wus organiht in two largo, churches  in Kngiiiiid, serving Inntf terms in  rach, and was very successful as a  musician and as director in choir ami  ;oratorio work, lu Montreal sho was  organist nnd choir director for a term  nt Shorhrooko Street Methodist  t'liurcli. fc'ho wns also conductor of  u choral society of mixed voices and  11 ladles' choral eoeh'ly. nn well as  induing and ennductinjf several children'* musical oriranir.ntlons. She hns  only recently returned from l-'nglan.)  ntul intend** to ngnin tnltc up her  work it* oriiittiiht um! 1 hoir director  when a suitable opportunity presents.  Light en tendon.  Fifteen  Londoners sre horn every  hour, and nine die, the total excel*  ��������� ut  birth* I'Vi'r deaths a  year being  about W.000.  The enormous fowl mi p.  l-r^t ton*, id meat! nnd'������Vl.IW ion* at  iIihIi.    Ihe total population, luctuili'n  , UUm liaiip*;*. ���������ifti.OlXJ liinati,-'., ,1,600  Idittd. and 'J I/S7 d**af and dumh.  j    Lomloneis pay about CIR.UtKi.iKV) *  year in rates of vflriou* kind*, ami  lliev owe ������U0,tot1,.Ma    ('oron*ra, who  liOid   iiiijiii't.u  in,   io*   11,  eu-iy   \,\tiKt  ' ileaih-#, receive ������*r������.rttM) a year in sat-  ��������� nrlen; there are "2C,*������  children  on  Ihe roll* of Ihe elementary school*,  nnd thi'ne receive   instruction   from  1.351 tochers.   For dog*, MMl per-  loim pay liceii-M'*, 13.'W lor armorial  l.-nrmo. *������.II7   for   male   servant*.  an*! 4\<,Uxi lor .���������rtfii.,*.'*-, -.ini-, \i,MM  tiictioinvr.   and  4,03b   pawnbroker*  nn.- !.* ��������� ,,-���������������������������"!.  0������t Way l* Shine.  ITJonet iiejjleci to h.-ep your bools  pMttifd. V*,������i tan ���������.!������������������������?������ *titn������ m%  eea ������xf if you t*n,������,i ������i ti,* oifttr.  ! Tt Develop  Papua.  A powerful ryndicatc, with * <"*pft*l  ^t Jtl.,*������#**>.*���������*>*������, having it* heU'lomtrler*  in Luelon, rmo he������>n forme** to open  .if* an arou nt iYlQMi mm-* m Vn\niH,  ^���������������*l C,nto*n whteh hn* t*+n sconirefl  *������ a Wt ymt-" lea-e from the Vannntt  M-mnii-tiMi .n Jfpetnil Ntlenlktn i*  11 be irive'i t" I'oMi'i, i-ro������ii������. The  **rn*li****v ���������������*���������* aim, *M-uf<fKl N-a-te* ke  li'hl-Jredjiojf.  mnterlsl I* better adapted for the-  ; romping Hint ot ma iiigt������������������*m, id,**  ; rough straw nnt Hi very new, having*  I the rn������hninnhie mm al the aldea tor  I he sei'ti 111 the *nmrt milliner* uf thr  I tea*on.        l ������������������������---���������---���������������-  t CltHfylng rat.  Wh.*u fat tut* hevuuiv itlafotrtrri If  : mny ire via titled for a������e again an*  . 11 gain ftlr Info Ihe tut aslf * let*  j npiHiuftii of Mkiug mm1������ and a qnnrr  ! nf water 1^1 11 bolt for ��������� time, takw  j off ihe mrum that rise* to tmy aertace  nml art ih.. po������ aiMe in eool.   Rttnotw  ihe cake of grease. *cr*pe off Import*  j tie* awl) put the cake I* a retwel t/9  1 the stwvtf. where It wtrr meff rmry  I atowty    1st tt remain amil *IJ If**-*  water hu* evaporated Impnrlifet that  j retieiii* wlti *,<���������% io the iHittuiu.  Then*  twiir ������������������fl I ue rieti grraam. m  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Two Years Sickness  in the Average Life  Much of this is avoided   when    the  blood is kept rich with  DR.  CHASE'S NERVE FOOD  It is said that the average man or  woman who reaches seventy years of  nge has had two years of sickness or  ten days for each year.  Today medical experts are studying  how to avoid this and the general  opinion seems to he that every effort  should be used to Itaep the blood rich,  red and healthy by using such treatment as Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.  There are always plenty of indications to warn you when the blood is  getting weak and watery and the  nerves exhausted.  You are easily tired, both mentally  and bodily, you feel down-hearted and  discouraged, digestion fails you, you  "have headaches and become irritable  and easily annoyed.  In this condition you easily contract  colds, pnuemonia or fever of some  kind and are) not able to throw them  off as you would if the blood were rich  and the body in vigorous health.  WESLEY'S START.  How the Great Methodist Commenced  His Field  Work.  Here is John Wesley's account of i  how   he  began   field   preaching  and j  ���������    .   ���������, .   , .    ,   ...   overcame bin repugnance to it;  The food you,eat does   not   build      <������������������   reached   Bristol,  and  met  Mr. (  you up and it is therefore necessary, Whiteiield there (March 81. 1739).s I |  for you to look to such a preparation. couy scarce reconcile myself at first  as Dr. Chases Nerve Food to enrich* to thLs sXrmge way of preaching in  the blood. the nei<|S( 0f which he set me an ex-  Mrs. S. Storey,. 19 Mait and Street, j an,ple on Sunday; having been all my  Halifax, N. S., states: "My whole; Jife_ti]j vorv huelv-so tenacious of  nervous system was ran down. I wns  troubled with wakefulness during the  night and frequently suffered with  neuralgic pains in niy head. Nothing  that I took seemed to be of much  benefit to me until I began the use of  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food and under  this treatment my health at once began to improve. By continuing the  use of the Nerve Food I gradually  grew stronger until at tbe present  time I can now say that I am quite  well again. I now enjoy refreshing  sleep and the pains in my head have  entirely disappeared."  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food has proven  an enormous benefit, because of its  power to form new, rich, red blood  and thtreby to overcome weakness  and disease. 50 cents a box, all dealers or Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  TORTURED FOR SEVEN YEARS  "FRUIT-A-IItES" HER SAIW10U  They Were Sold  A man engaged in buying a necktie  for himself turned the pile over and  over, and at last laid aside two as  not worthy of consideration. The  salesman picked out one of the rejected ties and placed it in a separate box.  The buyer, according to the New York  Sun, asked if the salesman had placed  'it with those he was looking at by mistake.  "Oh, no," was the response, "but  we have orders when five or six men  turn down a tie to take it out and  put it aside."  "What becomes.of them?" asked the  other.  "We sell them to women who come  in here to buy ties for men."  As a vermifuge there is nothing so  potent as Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator, and it can be given to the  most delicate child without fear of  injury to the constitution.  Illogical  Ritter���������I don't see how Blanker and  his wife could have married for love.  Salnio���������Oh, they didn't- marry for  love; they married because they pitied  each other.  Ritter���������Pitied each other? Why, if  they had had any real pity for each  other they would never have thought  of marrying.���������Chicago News.  Minard's Liniment lumberman's friend  Mrs. Brown���������"Josfah, I am afrnid  Johnny has caught the measles.  He's been playing with those Ikestein  children."  Mr. Brown���������"If the children are  anything like old Ikestein, Maria,  they won't give Johnny the measles  or anything else without a mortgage  at 8 per cent."  Uncle Hiram���������Come out and visit  us some time about the time of husk-i  ing bees.  ���������"Citj^NtJnhCTv^Ohryou-eai^Hool-me  uncle. I may be green about  tbe country, but I know blane.d well  .they don't husk bees.  SOFT, WHITE HANDS  May be Obtained'in One Night  For preserving the hands as well as  for preventing redness, roughness, and  chapping nnd imparting that velvety  -softness much desired bv women Cuticura Soap and assisted by Cuticura  Ointment, is believed to be superior  to all other skin soaps. For those who  work in corrosive liquids, or at oecu-  nations which tend to injure the  hands, it is invaluable.  One Night Treatment���������Bathe and  soak the hands on retiring in a strong,  hot, creamy lather of Cuticura Soap.  Dry and anoint freely with Cuticura  Ointment. Wear during the night old  loose gloves, to protect tho clothing  from fdnin. For rrtd, rough, and chap,  ped hands, dry, fissured, itching, fey.  erish palms, nnd shaoeless nails with  painful finior ends, this treatment is  most effective.  Didn't Suit Her  Salesman���������Mafhim, hnro ia an article  thnt is much worn.  Customer���������But I want something  quite now.  $IOO-REWARD-$IOO  Tho renders of this paper will lm  pleased to learn thnt there is al least  one drendnd disease that Reinncn has  been able to euro in nil its stages,  and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh  Cure is tlm only positive, euro now  known to the medicnl frnternitv. Ca.  ���������arrh being a constitutional disease,  reonires a constitutional treatment  Hall's Cntarrh Cure is taken Intern  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  __ Gents.���������I_haye jn>ei_vmir_ MinartFs  TJiriimenFin my family amTalso TtTmy  stables for' years and consider it the  best medicine obtainable.  Yours truly,  ALFRED ROCHAV.  Proprietor Roxton   Pond   Hotel   nnd  Livery Stables.  "Isn't it dreadful?" exclaimed o  young wife. "I see there was a woman arrested yesterdny for horsewhip,  ping her husband in the street!"  "The police were quite right," rejoin.  ed the strong-minded lady whom she  wns addressing; "those painful duties  should be performed in the privacy of  the home.  Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes  Relieved by Murine Eye Remedy.  Try Murine for your Eye Troubles.  You will like Murine. It Soothes.  50c nt Your Dru-jgists. Write for Eyo  Books Free. Murine Eye Remedy  Co,, Toronto. 2  life���������till vory lately���������so tenacious  every point relating to decency and  order, that I should have thought the  saving of souls almost a. sin if it had  not been done in a church.  "April 1. ��������� In the evening - Mr.  Whitefield being gone���������1 begun expounding our Lord's Sermon on the  Mount���������one pretty remarkable precedent of field-preaching, though I suppose there were churches at that time  also���������to a little society which was accustomed to meet once or twice a  week in Nicholas street.  "Monday, 2nd.���������At four in the afternoon I submitted to be more vile, and  proclaimed in the highways the glad  tidings of salvation, speaking from a  little eminence in a ground adjoining  to the city, to about 3,000, people. The  Scripture on which 1 spoke was this���������  is it possible anyone should be ignorant, that it is tullilled in every true  minister of Christ?���������'The Spirit of the  Lord is upon me, because He hath  anointed me to preach the Gospel to  the poor; He hath sent me to heal  the broken-hearted; to*preach deliverance to the captives, and recovery of j  sight to the biind; to set at liberty  them that are bruised, to proclaim the  acceptable year of the Lord.'  Sunday, 8th.���������At seven in the morning 1 preached to about a thousand  persons at Bristol, and afterwards to  about fifteen hundred on the top of  Hannammount in Kingswood. 1 called to them, in the words of the evangelical prophet. 'Ho! every one that  thirsteth, come ye to the waters;  come, and buy wine and milk without  money and without price.' About  5,000 were in the afternoon at Rose  Green���������on the other side of Kings-  ������wood���������among whom*I stood and cried,  in the name of the Lord, 'If any man  thirst, let him, come unto Me and  drink. He that believeth on Me, as  the Scriptures hath said, out of his  belly shall flow rivers of living water.'  "Tuesday, 17th.���������At five in the afternoon I was at a little* society in  the Back Larie. The room in which  we were was propped beneath, but  -the���������weight���������of���������people���������made���������tha_flo.or���������  give way; so that in the beginning of  the expounding, the post which propped it'fell'down with a great noise.  But the floor sank no further; so that,  after a little surprise at first, they  quietly attended to the things that  were  spoken.  "Monday, May 7th.���������I was preparing to set out for Pensford, having  now had leave to preach in the  church, when I received the following note:  " 'Sir,���������Our minister, having been  informed you are beside yourself, does  not care you should preach in any  of his churches,' I went, however, and  on Priestdown, about half a mile  from Pensford, preached Christ our  'wisdom, righteousness, sanctification,  and redemption." .,  "Tuesday, 8th,���������I went, to Bath, but  was not sufforod to be in the meadow  whore I wns before, which occasioned  the offer of a much more convenient  place, where 1 preached Christ to  about a thousand souls."  THE YOUNGEST PREMIER.  ������_The_Matistics_show_that_during_tlie,  past year 601 Jewish books, thirteen  newspapers and nine magazines were  published in Russia.  Teacher���������Now. Willie, tell us ono of  tho principal events in Roman history, ���������  and mention the dido.  Willie���������Marc Antony won* to Eftypt,  'cos he had a dato with Cleopatra,-*  Harper's Bazaar,   '  'Through indiscretion in onti������g RW-n  fruit, in summer ninny children become subject to cholTii morbus ciiufvd  by irritating nclda that act violently  on the lining of tlio int'mtiiuss. Puhis  nnd dangerous purging** ensue anil tbo  delicate system of the child suffers  undor the drain, In such ("iif-i'i*. the  safest nnd surest medicine is Dr, ,T,  V),  Kdlo'tg's  Dytw-tery  Cardial   It  idly, acting directly nnon the blood will ch"ck the inflammation and navo  and mucous surfaces of the svstom  thereby destroying the fonndntio" of  the diieiisn nnrl clvinff thn patent  strength by building no thn r-onatltn.  tion mv' assistinu nature in doing Its  work, The pronrbMor* have so much  failh In Its otwtlvn powers Hint they  offer One Hundred Dollars for env  case that it fails to euro. Send for list  of tcsMnioni'da.  AcWrw V. J. CHENEY ft CO.,  ToWn, O,  flnhl h" n" DrogfflKta, W,  T������V*> Hull'* Family Villa for con-  allpidion.  Plnvln' on one string soon wears  nut the string t-r. well e* the player.���������  Itoston Herald.  Aik for Mlntrd'i and take no other.  tho child's life,  Anxious Customer���������Arc you sure  that you have Hint inedicini* mixed  right?  Druggist--No, I nm not; hut 1 havo  got it mixed the wi y the doctor order, j ft��������� follow-tt  Time-Keeping Records,  With all the wonderful achievements jf centuries of clock and watch  making, there is not a timepiece in  the world which will keop correct  timo. "Big Bon" of Wostminster, London, certainly hns a very respectable  record. Ho has never been more than  three seconds from tho true time, But  this discrepancy appears flagrant  against the records of tho three most  perfect observatory clocks in the  world. Those nt Greenwich, nt the  Unitod States Naval Observatory at  Washington, and at tho Rorlin Oh  sorvatory wore compared by a fler-  mnn scientist, who hnd to give thn  verdict against his own nation, ���������Th>>  Berlin timepiece showed a moan deviation of n second, while \U two rivals tied with a deviation each "I  0.015 of a second.  All That  Wa* Needed.  Tho first Karl of Mansfield hnd n������.  casion to dismiss his eonchmnn, ami,  on boing asked for hi character, wrote  MADAM JOSEPH URCTTC  No. iii George St., Sorel, Que.  "Tot seven years I suffered from  womb disease and dreadful torturing  ���������wins, and I had constant Dyspepsia and  Chronic Constipation���������-the latter so bad  that sometimes I went ten days without  action of the bowels. Six different doctors treated me and for a year I was in  bed, constantly facing death. Then  my husband coaxed me to try "Fruit-  a-tives " and this medicine, and nothing  else, cured me and saved my life."  (Signed) Mme. JOSEPH LIRETTE.  50c. box���������6 for $2.50���������or trial box  25c.���������at dealers or from Fruit-a-tivei  Limited. Ottawa.  The Reason  Visitor (in Washington)���������"Why is it  that the capital of the United States  can't support a better baseball club?"  Resident���������"My dear sir, it's providential that we haven't a first class  ball team here. If we had, by George,  there wouldn't be any business transacted either in Congress or the White  House during the entire league season!"  A Pill that Proves Its Value.���������Those  of weak stomach will find strength in  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills, because  they serve to maintain the healthful,  action of the stomach and the liver,  irregularities in which are most distressing. Dyspeptics are well ac-  ouauited with them and value them at  their proper worth. They have afforded relief when other preparations  have failed, and have effected cures in  ailments* of long standing where other  medicines were found unavailing.  it.���������Judge  Rub It In for Lam* Bnck.���������A brink  rubbing with Dr, Thomas'   Kcleetrlo 1  Oil will euro Initio hack.   11),' skin j  will immediately absorb thn oil and it j  will penetrate the Hh,mii>h and bring  speedy relief,   Try it and h������ convinc. *  ed,   As th������ liniment thinks in th** pain j  comes   out    nnd    there    an*    ample  grounds for saying that iln touch is'-,  magical, as it is. j  "Youna gentlemen," unnounceil tho '  professor in l*'iudii������li literature, "to-  But his table manners an������ poor,"-*inorrow I wish ynu to come prupured  observed the old fashioned mother, to discuss this sciiti-ncf, from the work  "Poor! Why mamma!" exclaimed the, of Henry Jauics,"  dashing ihmahtnr. "He tonic me to "The entire siMitonce, profnHsorP"  lunch with him at thn 8t. Georgeous, groaned the class. j  -*md nrdorod tint Mm* but tho moat ex-1    "Well, take it ns far ns tlm first  pensive menu!" I wiiii-coion, ���������- 1'ittsburg font.  "The bearer, John , has served  mo for throe years In tho capacity ol  coacliinnn, Uo is an able driver ntul  a very sober mnn. I dlnehnrgod him  bocaiiiio he chented mo,"  A day or two Inter tho man returned to (hunk Ids old umt'ter for lh"  help lie bad afforded in getting him 1  new berth. How hud the testimonial  helped him? Lord Mansfield wished  to know,  Tho new master had observed that  ability t*, drive and sobriety were the  fltialities lie reo.ulrod In a coachman.  As for the cheating, "I'm a York-  shireman, and I'll be hanged if you  cheat me," ���������'aid tho new employer.  Charier* Flrtt'i Pravar Book.  Three hundred dollar* waa the price  Tin-fil nt n ������nle In London ������������������"wnftv fur  a copy of the Uook of Common t'rny.  WOES OF  WOMANHOOD  Weahness   and   Suffering  Banished by Dr. Williams'PinK Pills  Dr, Williams' Pink Pills are good  for men and women, and growing  boys and girls, but they are good in  a special \viiy for women. At special  times u woman needs a medicine to  enrich nnd regulate her blood supply;  or her life will be one round of suffering. Thnt is when Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills are worth thoir* weight in  gold, for they actually make new  blood. There is not a month in her  life from fifteen to fifty that Dr, Williams' Pink Pills are not a boon to  every woman. They help tho growing girl safely over th*1 critical timo  when hor blood is overtaxed by nc,\v  ilcniands, To the' woman of middle  life thoy bring relief and bring her  strength for her time of chango. And  during thn thirty odd years thnt lie  between Dr. Williams' Pink Pills fill  a woman's life with the happiness of  health, giving hor strength and enor.  ay for every function, A woman's  surest protection against all tho ills  that conic to h"r biicmso of her sex,  is to set her blood right at once by  a course of Dr, Williams' Pink Pills���������  and then to keep the blood right by  taking the Pills oeea-doni'lly, Mrs.  Kliaa Clouthier, St, Jerome, Que., is,  one of the many unfortunate sufferers j  restored lo health bv Dr. Williams',  Pink Pills. She says: "It would be i  ilifilcult for me to nny bow much I *  ���������uiffori'tl. 1 was tormented by head.i  aches and hnel<aches; my appetite j  'rilled and I wasted nwny to such an'  ���������xtfiit Hint I wus unable to do house.:  ���������vork, 1 wm const/mtly taking nidi-'  cine, but it did not help me any. One'  'ay 11 fii-nd unt"<l iiu> to try Dr,;  William*' pink Pills, and 1 procured  11 couple of boxes, Ily tlio time the,**,*  were done I fcp sonic improvement,'  mid thus oncoiiiiiged I continued fliu  use of the Pill,,, gaining Htrmicth day  hy dny, until idler 1 had taken six  or seven boxes, I was again well and  -"trontr, and 1 hnvo Awo continued in  the best of health. 1 cm ������ir',ngly r<*-  "nmmi'iid these Pills to all weak'and  idling women." J  rM<i by all ti,i*li,*inc d*id r* or hy.  mail ut f>0 cents 11 box or six boxes'  lor $'2..V), from The Dr. Williams':  Medicine Co,, llroekvillc, Ont.  "Ni'tui*' abhors 11 vacuum."  ".Vol   nny   ami*"   than   I   dotr-A n\  vncuiiju    cli'iuicr."���������Cluvclund    Plainl  Dealer !  Record For Empire Is Held by Hon.  N. J. Moore ot West Australia.  -The Hon. Newton J. Moore, Premier  cf Western Australia, who ������ paving  a brief official visit to I'ngi-.nd.'liHS  the distinction of being the youngest  Premier of the Empire, and though  he first entered his State Parliament  only five und a half years ago he haa  for more than four years held oHice,  and most of the time as Premier.  First appointed to tbnt position at  the age of 35, Mr. Moore is not yet.  ���������40. Big limbed and suggesting great  physicial strength in his every movement .deliberate -in speech, anil big  voiced, Mr. Moore is typical of the  successful colonial.  Mr. Moore's mission is the extension of the immigration work of Western Australia in London. "We have  80,000.000 acres of some of the finest  land in the world waiting to be peo-  pled," he said. "If Europeans will  not come to us. and take the riches  we have to offer, we cannot expect to  keep out the hungry hordes of colored  people whom fro inclose by our con-  tinent watch and wait for a favorable  opportunity to avail themselves of our  country.  "Actually we cannot find enough  men to satisfy the demands of our  Labor Bureau. In one week there  were only 67 applcants for the 273  positions vacant.  "I often wonder whether it has occurred to the Londoner how an English peopled Australia will be able to  help England in times of trouble?  Do you realize that Australia could  feed the whole of the United Kingdom? Is it no better.that our meat  and wheat and butter should come to  England than that a colored hordo  should feed off our pastures?  "The visit of the American fleet to  Australia 18 months ago brought our  people into a close sympathy and affection for the United States. The  visit of an English fleet-,would tighten up the bonds of Empire. Keep on  making us remember you."  A Brilliant Young Humorist.  To The Strand Magazine belongs  the credit of having discovered many  brilliant authors and artists. Amongst  the former might "|,e mentioned Sir  Arthur Conan Doyle and Mr. W. W.  Jacobs, while the late Mr. Sydney  Paget (who illustrated the Sherlock  Holmes stories), Mr. Gordon Browne.  Jli*'JJiL_RJ^Mi^  Symons are a few of the artists whose  work in The Strand Magazine has  made their names well known all over  the. world. And now to this distinguished list must be added the name  of The Strand's latest discovery, Mr.  P. G. Wodehouse, whose work promises to become more popular than  that of any novelist at present before  the public. Mr. Wodehouse is a  humorist of the first rank. His storks  are written to drive away dull care,  and they succeed every time. It is  for this reason that he has such a  large reading public on both sides <A  the Atlantic. And yet it is only .ten  years since Mr. Wodehouse, who is  not yet thirty, was working in a City  bank,  Auction by Candle.  It would soem strange to-day to step  into a largo auction room where furniture, wearing apparel, jewelry, and  knicknacks of every description wero  scnttered around awaiting thoir turn  to be disposed of according to the  whims of a burning candle.  Tho proceedings in a cnndlo sale  wero as follows: A piece of candle an  inch long was lighted, and the instant  tho flnmo arose the bidding on a certain article began. The last bid mndo  before the flame expired was tho  lucky one.  SomotimoR this was varied by dividing, the whole cnndlo into sections,  marked off by rod circles. Bids were  received on any artiolo during thu  burning of ono section, nnd tho last  bidder before the second ring was  reached  was  the purchaser,  This manner of conducting an aitc.  tion was very general during the  seventeenth and eighteenth centuries,  Tho custom is hy no moans obsolete,  certain portions of Franco and somo  counties of western England still  retaining it,  Preiervlng the Teeth. (  One of tin* best slorics told by Miss  Helen tiladstoiio, who has severed hor  connection with the Women's Univer-  sity Settlement ut Southwark, con*  corns an old woman for whom a  much-needed set of false teeth wm*  bought out ���������f the -fund* of tho Settle,  ment. Hum,, time afterwards Mm*  Glndstotu, visited her iu hor little  room, and asked how A\o was getting  on with her new teeth. "Fa 11 ions,  was the aiiHwcr. "I um taking great  enre of thorn. When I ent I take tbem  out nnd wrap them up iu cottonwool," On another occasion the hit*-,  orn mother of n lurgn family nsked  Mi.-*!* <ilnd.*tu!jt- how many children  she luul. MU* GliiiUtune replied that  sho wns not married. "Well, it's about  time I hat you were," euniu the prompt  rejoinder.  Ravages of Consumption  ALL HER RELATIVES HAD  DIED OF CONSUMPTION  In the yew 1090.16 rem ego. Ma.G.  S. Get net. oi Bellehie, Ni���������wu in ��������� wd  cond.tion. All her relative* hid died of  cotuumption, tad then wai every iodicilion  that the wu going ths lame way.  At thii poiithe: hutbendiuggeitrdtotr**  Piyctiine. The doctor who ���������Kended Mid  Psyehine wu worth leu; but it effected ���������  wonderful cure. Eighteen vein after in ���������  letter bearing date Augurt 14. 1908, Mn.  Getncruyi, "I era better than I have bees  ior yean. My lungi have not troubled ue  aincel took your treatment. My pbyii'laa  tola ae 1 coeld aot take abetter tonic tan  PSYCHINE, and I recommend it to all wbo  are suffering from Lung Trouble and Gen.  era! Debility."  Far sal* W ������U Dnw** ������������. It )1 per fctrlb.  Dr. T. A. SLOCUM  LIMITED,  TORONTO  PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN  Easy Explained  Seymour���������"I wonder   why   Foxley,  when he goes out walking with his  wife, always makes her keep at his  left side?"  Ashley���������"He's deaf on that side."  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house.  Paris has sixty-two electric street  car lines, carrying 190,000,000 passengers a year.  Brass Band  Thi* ia the  Time to  Organiza  fnttrnmenti. Drama, Band Maiic, Etc.  EVERY TOWN CAN HAVE A BAND  Lowest prices ever quoted.    Fine catalogue,  over 500 Illustration-, mailed free.  Write na  ior anything in Mute or Musical Instrument*.  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Tbe -Thief Klinnia ������������jd tbnt  l,������ mill hto t-cople mtftm in War* at tne  departure of lit* Kif-elWiry, and other iliit'fi* Ptprt'uia-J tlu-iiiiM'ln-* in  ������i n,ii������r utuij.  I    An i, 1,,,t vim,,,ui miiii* -i ,1, ��������� ,',,���������  i  Ulnd   Jnr  liuxtmml   in   th,*  |���������*ilt,    NV  I woman HhouJtl hav,' 11 revolver, 11 <I*'K  I ami a hinxhitiul nt  li,,' xim,** nun-,  I VViinhiui'toii Star.  DODD'S ''yy  |KIDNEY|  *//, ,PI LLb _-"V>  Prayer* In Two lanpiagta,  WcHlcy'it view thnt it wim iiupnem.  hie tt\  write  n   (!,<������������������  ivhmi,  in  French  did not carry him on to iiiainuiiiiiii,*  Send Your Money  BY  DOMINION EXPRESS GO,  Mon������y Foreign  Orderi        and Draft*    /  The chi'npi'Ht, HttfoHt nml most  convenient wny to remit money  to any part of tin, world,  Ratal   for     Dom#t,tlc     Monay  Ordart.  JS nnd under 3 centa  over    fl to $10 (| cent*  <*vr   in t<,   *io 10 cnl������  over   !W> to   W) 15 cent*  Moin*y Hint bv Ti'li-itritph and  Cable to all principal clllot.  Traveller!' Cheque** Ittued.  Agenda* in all O.P.R. Station*,  ������}..-.  *'������*"������������������������,''  England'* Pauper*.  Than nm over m.fttn indoor pun-  oeri in Kiiel-ind and Wale*.  wan I'l-nnlly ont if the f|,i������M|nn    For  that  wo  must r<i to n dinlomin be. \  twoeii t**o *,I*I la,iii), ������f Btruniaer dur  in������ thii Ion*- war with I'muii*.   "\V,u  it   no   ,1   wit'di tu'  tltlni*,"  rcinnrke.l *'  it.,, ,,,.,.   -,,..,, n... ,���������,.,.,', ���������������, ��������� ,,, ,  victorious* nwi-r tin* Ifii'li 11, biiillef"  '���������Not it bit," mi,I tin, other j "dinnn  y������  ken  tl���������>   Ilrcelinh  ay**  nay  thi-ir 1  i������ri������y������ra   before   gii'iti   into   battle?" '-.  ''Hut canon  ihe   French   my  tlieir  tirayer* ������*������ n'lt'l'-"   "lh������<������t' ialiU-ritu* :  uodien, wlni could umicrMAn' litemI*"  Coronation Evury Year,  SfN-������������it(il������t-   t.,   tin.    \fr,ran    Hurl-Mir  who** iio<-*t he ������:n nt   lmiinr, M������j.,r  K. Q. T. Ilright tUn-ly I'lml Itnti^l,  ���������JVimmii���������ioti'T   *.f   tin-   I'frsmitn-'tN.rvt*������ ���������  |(*iU,l.t������rv l'iiinii;r   i,,n 1. ������ai<| lint the  King "I T*im ���������*���������.',-< M"i '���������nn*���������.������,| until j  rt'<ftit)y, Mlthoiit-h In- had ruled aev-1  rtal yearn.   IU* ���������������*.������ -nat'on |-*t*������t*ij ott j  many err arm* ���������f mttlo, gontt. nnij j  abo+p thai ha tnt^nd^l U������ hobl ��������� c&t*o> i'  I   "Don't you think, Mary, vou are too  ( ui*l   lu  put)   v*.tll,   llm   ImVnr  "S<>, sii.iihiuii, Ihr ,/)*|ii  J j-ft, (hu  1 bi'ltir J  like tlii'iii,",Iti,|(f,j.  Sf-inl f.������r frc* numpie to Dcpt. N.U., Hm  1 tiaiMfi li<-iiiil'ith i'ory year.  W N. U., No. 7N Tie Bamtortod Hews  Sps tvd  Every   Tuesday  bv  the  Comox   &   Cumberland  ���������*ub iahing  Company.  THE   NEWS,   eUltfBERtA^D,   BRITISH  COLrJMBIA^  r -st  hii pnper will n*������t hold itself  "insihlo for the ������,pinions,������f oth-  -, ns may appear in its column*  mi timo to time.  TIIKSDAV, JULY   19,    1910,  BLACK Ve. WHITE.  Man was created with a strong  j������vdisposition to fun. Sport is  t *e piny of grown up children,  nnd w������ are all fithor grown up  children or else we are dwarfed in  our development. Sport just so  lung as it embraces competitions  f.f skill ami strength is good, both  ���������from the standpoint of providing  I'litertninnient and developing the  physical perfection of the race.  ]>ut when it decends to the level  of a mere exhibition of brute ferocity for sake of gain, it is injurious, physically and morally.  Boxing, with suitable gloves  which will adequately protect the  body, is as good and manly a sport  a-j ever existed. It teaches self-  control as nothing else' can do,  and also is admirable exercise.  J hit prizefighting as exemplified in  1 he Johnson-Jeffries bunt on Mon-  ii:ty, u brutal and detrimental to  line sport. It was however,  im more brutal than ''football,"  "I torosse," and some other sports  which nave all the prestige of so  c'.ul'bmiiiouce. The greatest fault  TUjJFfbiuid^itiniK^izeTigirris^  ii!-*, the "Prize," second, the  - . oight ot the gloves," third, the  J v vicious surroundings which  a .ivhiibly gravitate to a "prize"  i, vit. .tSuurn of the*so, boxing is  i. .���������*'Oil,'healthy sport.���������Tne West-  t. .1 "Jail.  HOTEL-AUHLVALS.  The following arrived by  Tuesday's boat aud are registered at the Cumberland Hotel:  J, II.  Renfree,  W. L. Burns,  ft. W. Biggar,  Vancouver.-  J, II. Shields,  II. Vanghan,  J. L. Mack li n,  ft. T. Cooper,  J, Flannigan,  C. ftalston,  W. Bassett,  J. Shaw,  Victoria.  Garden, Field  and Flower  New crop now arriving' from oar growers in Kngland,France  Holland, Canada and the United States. All tested as to vitality and purity on arrival The best ii������ good onoujth for bur cus*  tomeru. Catalogue free. Business will he continued at our old  stund until May. Afler that in new location, whioh will bo announced later.      Add rest*  M. J. HENRY. 3010 Wesminster Rd, Vancouver  Mr. James Findlav, of Kooten-  ay, is on a visit to his father inlaw, Mr. "William Roy. Mr, Find*  lay in a native of Scotland. He  was for many years a mine manager in Nova Scotia, and was a former champion runner of that province. Mr. Findlay is now a promi  nent mining man of the Kooten-  ays  Mrs. G. Lewis and children arrived on Saturday evening from  p-n extended visit to friends at  Hornby Island.  IN   THE   ESTATE   OF   ADAM  MoKEI.VEY,   DECEASliD.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN  that all claim,* against the Estate  of Adam McKtdvey, deceased, who  died in November, 1909; must be  presented, duly verified, to the undersigned, on or before the 20ih  day of August 1910; and take no  Master Lawreuce Matthews ar-  j.. ed home from Vancouver by  '1 liiirsduy'a- boat.  II. Kuese jr. arrived home from  JSiautuiuo by Thursday's boat.  Mr. and Mrs. David Daniels,  Mr. David Nellist, Dave mid Wil*  liu Nellist arrived home ou Thtirs-  ���������UiiA from a holiday trip to Vancouver.  tice that after such date the Executrix of tbe said Estate will proceed  to distribute the assets of the said  deceased, amorjg th������- parties entitl*-  ed thereto, having regards only to  the claims with whicn they Khali  then have notice and the Execu  trix will not be liable for the snid  | assets, or any part thereof, to any  person or persons of whose claim  notice shall not have been leceivcd  by her at the time of such distribution.  Dated at Cumberland, B.C. July  9tb, 1910.  P. PHILLIPPS HARRISON  Solicitor for An.nii* Calhoun  Executrix  Mrs. J. 0. McGregor, daughter  of Mr. Duncan Thomson, arrived  iiuin South Wellington on Thurs  er parents,  ti.iv last, ou a visit to  ������ 1  Mr, und Mrs Bcvuridge were pus  Hungers from Vancouver by Thuro*  uuy's boat.  Mr. T/ Gibson Mr. Harry  Whyte and Mr. John Uorbury,  were puHHongors by Sundny's out���������  j^'iug sKtuiiiur,  ,11.0    The ������������������Rocky Jtoad to IDiibliii.'*  i*ii'i. iii it with some of our Hide-  W.llkH.  Mr, nml Mrs. John Miller left  by Sunday's boat for Vancouver.  FOR RENT���������Furnished rooms.  Apply Mrs, J, L. Roe, Hospital  Street.  IUUT1I -AtCiiiiihiTliiiidJuly  1 *<ii, t������������ Mr. mid Mm. Alex McNeil  j*.   idniljrlltf*!',  Mc-w Wt'.stiiiinster won tin- la*  c *.������m** ^.une plaved   wiih  Mont*  Form No. 0  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice.  New Westminster Land District,  District of Comox  TAKE notice that Funny Fruh-  zen occupation, mui-ried woman,  ititonds to apply for pcrmhsior. to  purchase the following described  In ml;  Commencing nt 11 post planted  at the North Kant cornet* of Lot  1015 N. W. I), thtfiict- Fust 80  chains, thence North BI) chains  thence Wi������Bt SO chains, thence  South HO chains to point of com-  tiiuiKifiucMit, containing 040 acres  more or lend,  FANNY FUANZlCN,  Applicnut,  Charles Ft luizon, Agent.  Dated May 20th, 11U0.  NEW  ONLY  1  .,  ,/-,,.  1..  ���������j 4.  Mr*.  Hurry   W������������lhu:-   Hrriveil  ���������nn   Vancouver  by    Hut unlay ������������������*  * i*'  K, iJttvid'Hiu, of Smith,  ���������on ������*v. Wi'ij'hf. V.inc iiiti-r,  x in Cniiih<*iiiiiid thi������ v,i','k un n  1   m ij-'wh t, ,|i.  ������-���������' .**,      I       I      I       I   .  Tie ."���������iituuliij Snu ���������*������������������'���������.> third ,,n  Iuv������.if*rty nuuuer ol Jul* Uih, icm  j;.;������il j.|i������liii'iii*;i, nmi ������������������slt-ci*  f 11 i,������*,ii on 1 lie |iiiltlUliui'n.  i m Mil ol (inn il|*i������tniti hi* Mm)  ��������� -.-���������"'liii^iy itiu-rifiinu r*--*,liii������.'  luntti-r. Wit wf-di fln*m tunny  ������..������i'i������**r*������i������r������������!������. with iiicr* ������������*t**i |iru������-  JWJjt).  Fo.mNo.0.  LANJJ ACT.  Fnrra of Ncice.  Nnw Wenmlniter Lnnd I>i**trict.  Ulutitct of Now Westminster.  TAKK NOTICK that John W.j  OImiiviHi*, of Lur.d, H. G. ocoupn-  linii Mtnukeoficr, intondu lo apply  for |,irniini'>n to purchaw Iho foi-  lowiin* dcHcnl^d lands:��������� 1  U'OKiucncini-   at a post  planted;  * OlV   If; thttiliB WO't Of H. K, Culli- I  ��������� ,f T. I, 2dUl,   thenco wihl  401  ht������iui',   tluin:,   Mft'iih   40 -,'h.ii'j**,j  n ti "i t id iliHin". tliititve n,| 1,!  HI '���������l-Hti*-  iu   Mi**   piiint   of omx-'  tiitoii-rtioTit, '  ���������IOIIX W  GUNVII.I.K,   i  Sim, *.f\|. Meant (in ftillj   |  Dm- Jui.e litti, I9IO  a  Cook's Cotton Root Compouad.  The great .Uterine Tonie,''au4.  .only  sate effectual Monthly  ' Regulator on which women caa  depend.  Sold ia throe degrees  of strength-No. J, 91 f ������0. &  10 degrees Btronger. f3; No. 3,  for special oasee, 8S per Tdoi.  Bold V all drugglsti, or aout  7    v*f7~   orepaid on leoelpt ot prjo*  /      >i.     Frco pamphlet. AadreM; TW  1f!fUfllni(milOO���������TOR0MTO,OHT. tformerlyWtndmrl  Wood's RhosphotUae-.  The Great English  Remedy.  Tones aud invigorates ths whole  nervous nystpm,  makes .nuw  Ulcodln old Voliia, Oi*r*������ Nerv  pottotRoy, faiudWeakne������8.1������m.Uitiena. Sper-  malcrrhaa, and Effects tfMnm or hveemxt.  Prico ll per box, six for $5. One wtU please. ������.1  wlUouro. Sold by all druggists or mailed in  plain pig. on reoelpt otwfooAXew mmxalet  tnaileT/rce, Tho Wo-orf M������dlel������������������ Oj.  Q*v*v^*������^^������^t>*������^yv^^������t>j  O. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES^  And all KITCHEN    UTENSILS ���������  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  ataw\mtmm^amPmAmmim*^  {formerly WinAtor)  Toronto, Oni.  S.5."LITHIA  J>  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week..  For particulars apply to���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G.LI. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox,B. C.  A  o  New  England  Under New  Management.  Seeds  First-Glass   Board by  the day, week or month*.  Reasonable Rates  The Bar has been new  ly replenished: with  the  with the choicest of wines  liquors and cigars.  James   Walters,  Proprietor  OF EVERY KIND, in nny  quantity, by the package or  by the pound.  Ornamental Shrubs  Grown to suit  climate.  the B. G,  Catalogue  Free by Mail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Ltd.  786 Granville Srreet  P.' O.   Box 1083  VANCO*0VEIt, B.O.  ���������  55*  LAND AOT.  Pnrm of N otitic.  Rupert, Vancouver Inliiud Lind Diotriot,  DiHliiut of Hupct, oi.t of small Inka  nb -ut J nfii 111 Uo north of (luurKia Lnl-a,  TAKK NOTIOR thnt I, Matilda LouUo  Oojiloy, 1 f Vnnoonvor, oocupat.ion married  wonmii, iiitciuUto npply forp pinlHsion to  pur-atiReo following ilopcrihed IntitlB:  Coininonom v ut 11 post jrtnnted thrre  m,lon north uf S.W. corner ot township 81  tliuuoo niiiit 40 ohniue: theuoe south -10  oh lins, eroBting smnll rivorj thenoo w, Bt  40 chain-;* tnenoe north 40 ehaiiiH to pniut  of oomiiiiinooment, hsiug ul) mt H)0 nores,  AI.VKEU E. OR01������LEV', grazier,  Viiiioouvtir.  Apphonnt   for that land on tno  oantein  NhoreHof Uoor*-io Like, Hnpeit Dl.tilut  Un tod J um* IhI, 1U1U,  .  CUMBERLAND, B  o  J  Dealer in;  ALL KINDS OF  Fruit Candy Cigars  Cigarettes & Tobacco.  Bonora 13lock,  :   CUMBERLAND, B.C.  *���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  'Not* only is it a nice mild  smoke, but the ''Grand Duke''  Cigar hns all those necessary  qualities which give so- much  satisfaction to the smoker.  Form No. 0.  LAND ACT.  F* mi of Nut ce,  Adverti������*������*8 will confer a favor  hy hriiigiiig m Mioir ads. not lurt'r  thnn Monday, as this will mmhlo  tho printers, to insert it in thu  noxt issue on the following Tiies*  ���������Jiiy.  Sutisfai'lion ���������- Buy a -"Grand  Duke" aud huvo nati-sfaoiinii. Union niado, lituul inudi*.' iuu mndo  from oIuhi* liaviuiii Fillor,  FOR SALE���������A For*! Run-  filioul Aiiti������mol>ile, 15-18 llui'Hu-  power 4 cylinder, all Ntnvly paint-  md, new tyow, andovm-ytliiiitj; i-oin-  plete'l'.-prii'O 8T()U,00, Apply to  .1, It, ilohiiuton, Coiirteiiny Uoittl.  FOR SAUC-A   tlvt,   vooiui'd  Iioiihii on half lot. For further par-  Mhv*. IN CANADA  Vnm; iiiv,*r Jii!ii, d L ���������nl Di-trlot.  Diar ocof Kupt'r ,011 ihueunterii ilmroH  of OlHii'tfio Lake,  TAKKNUTlCICtluUl, Mnt'Idn Louim  Croplcy, if Vanuutivur, ,cuupntioij nur*  rud wdiimn, intoDilH to apply for pormm*  fi.m lopiirchiH'* the foll'.wlng iio-cnboil ticiihirn apply nl ihin ollli'i  1 uni.(Jommonoingut 11 poat phintod one  mill* nurtli of the ,S.\V, oornor of towrmlilp  81 tlienoo out 40 chilim; thenno north 40  oliuiiiHi UiciH't, U'MiiHfiJr un the ������11 tern'  ol,.*uof -mill lake: thenco fulliwiig tli*  hIk/k, nod luUo in a 8outii<v,'tnt tUrtuliou  tn point duo north uf puiot uf 0 mmouop,  itu'iit; thanoe auuth tu point n( ooiuiuonca  ini'iit, ������������i,itii,,lnpnhnnl 10ft*i{������r*>f*  WlMKltliU ALMA UUOI'LEV,  apuimtr, ViiDOutiver,  tt|iplieai)t for that land umtt uf .Small lake,  -vi.i 1!) I nt a ntdemiith uf (imrgio Let*e.  U.itoi JimelHt, IU1U.  i u,iu .i������. .-���������  IjAXII act,  Fokm or Nimi'it.  t',i������,t I.-.ml Pi-Urot,  DU'riut of New Wo,t*nlint**r.  Takh N'otick that hit Tlitilln, of Lurid,  i'.<"., ������<**n|iati(ii* iiiHrr*nl wnmui, i������t**ml������  *,i a, I'U fur 1 ���������Trill������i, n  I,* iiiircViN*,*" Hi  f''ll ������i,.gil������������������-,llui,I Intuit*; -t'otntno vimi  ,t 11 i>iwi -i,<i,n,l nt Hip tmat vomer ������f 11  I;. VI.,, M. <i,**,,w'������outii HwoK.Mitiii th-tn-e  ��������� n-t 8' fit iln*. tlii* i'i  mutVi tt) eh i nt,  t! ������. m- ma t i#l i"lni- ��������� t ��������� ill** pl������r������ of  l������o-  mitinnif.      ff>t TIHTfJV,  F.i* *. mu* fU*<iu,'si>, Atfanl.  ���������DlHilM trlt'iJ il   If'lfl.  M-akei Ymir CXPENS=3 Light  ������*!��������������������� Your BISCUITS LS^l  :*Un.������������ I our CAKLJ Ught  latitat Your CUNS Uf ht  Msk.a Your UDOR Light  OROER FROM VOUR  QtOCSR.  R.w.*XLurrTco.,i.ti������.  Hl'������*������*('ltiltK VOU TUK NKWF  ONLY ONE uOlXAU A VE\It  IK YOU WANT  GOOD HJKIIFO  OlVE US A 1BUL  ^^ammmmmmmmmmwmmmmmeemaimim THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  91  -���������' >   For $l.oo a Year  1 mi in. i j.  .��������� The Oliver Typewriter for 17 Cents  a day!  Please read the headline over attain. Thnn  ������ tremendous 'ignifiomce will ddwuupun  ou.  An Oliver Typew, iter���������the btandard  isible writer-the most highly perfected  ,'pewriter oa tho market-yours for 17 oeuta  The typewriter whose oorq'ieat of the  '���������mmercial world is a m.tter of businans  intory-ybure for 17 oeots a day!  (T-ie typewriter that is equipped with  son of such coovenieucfea a������ "Th������ Balance  ;iift"-"The Ruling Device"-The Double  elease"-"The Locoino'ive Caee"-"The  utoma'-ir- Spnoer''-The Automatic Tabu-  i.or"-"fhe Disappearing I,idieatcir"-"Tlif  AdjaBtablu Paper Fin  &\  The StiwiMtio  BEEU  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  ION BREWERY B  Drink  U   B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B. C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FJR8T-CJLASS  'CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS'& TOBACCOS  I   FAIRFIELD i  = STORE ���������I  J. JACK,   Prop.  !f V    ifr-L   *  v,J^-l������#*% Cond-wed       Key-  ?-mw*& "f,ar(,"-ai1-   ^  ^"���������^^om   Yours For 17  ll**^^PL Cents a Day.:  |3> -^iSs��������������������������� ��������� Wftftunouaeedthis  ,w Balis plun recently, just to feel the  ilse of the people. Simpiv a small canli  iymcn"*-t.h9n 17 cents a day. TW i  ,e plan ia n nutshell.  Tiie re-tit h������s been mob a d<*lui*e of  iplioitious for machines that we are siut-  y astounded.  I'he   demand   comes  from   people of all  |i38������s, all 8ges, all occupations,  lie majority of iiiquriea has come from  lople of knowing financial standinff who  urn attracted'by---tbe novelty ofJtoojiroi  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits and Tobacco  Vancouver Ice Cream.  Wo h.-ive on  hard at the present time four   special  bargain-; in  second-hand Moior Cycles* as   foi  Ionvk:  One Wolf 2H.P.'Prico $100]  One Wolf 2 H. P. splendid  condition   Price $1-25  One F.N. <& 3 H P. pood order i rioe $100  One Minerva 4 H. P.   tires  worn, Price $100  Thos. PLIMLEY  i no Gov,t Street, Victoria, B.C.  Hggp Opposite Spencers  Several snaps   in eecond-hand cars  ofdiffeient size?, -also ladies'  and Gent'-* Bicycles.  A cup of BOVRIL  will drive away that  feeling of lassitude so  common in warm  weather. BOVRIL  gives vigour and tone to  tne entire system.  ntfonr^-t-rtfflpTeTswB^Fu^^  ,e iran ease popularity of.the Oliver Typ'  Wter.   .  Is'tirtli'iij! confirni*tioa of our belief tha*  In Era of Universal Typewritin-sf ii at  lud.  A Quarter of a Mill-  on People are Mak-  ag MONEY with  Walworth-Rolston Co.  ***  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B*. C.  "J**W*^^**I*,^'*l,,^'^W~I**I*-i*'^*-l**l'HW"*'"'  $ Cumberland Livery  i  :and Feed Stable...  &.  Jm>  OLIVER  .he standard viscblk WHITER  1 he Oliver T-, p-writer in a money, milker  ('it from t ie w������rd "ifd" sto easy tn run  rn bejjin er-������ soot j,-e* in ho'ex-w'  kss, Kar.m* y*m 1>iii*i*. L'.'t tlm nm*  Le r, ,y the 17 cants <t nny-uud ull ������H uvi-  Lt a yours.  Lvh irevnr ymi nro, ili-ira'a wck t,������ l���������*  io uud iiu,ii*7 t, be mu IJ hy. usmi ���������* hi'  I'lic Ihe biuh eHi .*,<i'hli- 6iUi,*K t* r  y r <)|������-int r*. Tkt*r.< wa not euougli to  |dy tho dt'iniiiid. Tnotrsiliuioi a, noun-  >r.i,ly aliovo chose of many oU������*������j������ oi  ���������Iter*.  In Oliver Typswri-  r in ������very home!'  'hut Is our huttlo o y today. We li*ve  |l������ tlioll Ivor mi-jMue in UNafulatiW ft nl  h.t,<ly Inill-jt'niinhli'* in I'ti i���������>���������������������>>, N i\s  ion tlu* i,uii,|,iuHt of iho h���������mi*.  o ������i,,,|il,eity and Btrenuth of iho 0 Iter  ', for fitntily unu, It jn hoaomiiiK an  oitaat "aotc-r in the lioroo trwiinfl of  h-; i������rt|ili'.   ,\iiKluoat,iriuwi'l]l m n  oy uuikor.  iiw Hollli'ir pt an pu a  llm  01 vo  o tlirtikhold of I'vory homo in A*ner-  Will vnit oloM*, th������ diKi-  uf   uiur  ��������� or ullbt, ���������n this ri'innrkib u Ulivor  rtniiit,-,.  iw f������ r furtb-tr deUlln ������i( our aicxy  Miilufiee copy of the n������w Oliver  Addre*H  ' You <:an now oln."**** 'fes Cumber  land News for lor $1.00 a- year.  Let us tend it to you^ Payable ir  advance.  Old papers for sale at llie Ne,\'f  Olice.  Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send yot.  free a cake of their famous Plan to  toilet soap, if yon mention this paper  E. 0. Ennle  Pipe fitting and  Gi'iiei'ul repairing.  Form No, 9.  LAND ACT.  FoilM ok NontJE,  (.'ill'.', Lrl ill DiHtiiot,  District of New WcFtmlnnter  Takk  Ntmn:   tliut  Mary  Thulm, ,*  Lund 11,0., ccoiipat.oii in.u'iol wiinui)  intouds t*i apply fur [lei-nii^aiun  to pti<-  ehuxo the folluwiiiii do t'ril'i-d  lin*ih:  (I iiimi'iioi,^ ai a po t plant-?*,! Iiulf ni e  inn',' f the Noitli lliifi, v*ir������*r*.f uliiiiii ap  plifilfnr l>y TiliiTn Iln, thiinio ������ ml, S<  l<M.  [The Oliver Type-  liter Company.  |������ Olivor Typewriter Buildmfr,  Ohie^go, Ul.., U.fl A,  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : All  KINDS  .  .  . .-*.*���������'  wooa  and Coal  Hauled  ��������� Dunstnuir Avenue  ���������CUMBERLAND,   H. C.  ������.  l'1M***f*HH^,f+'H,*W*4,^*,,WttW*M'!ohniimtlimio Kiiat 8,1 oil iim thine,Nor,,  HOuIihI.*,* thi im Went 8(1 o'iiu'iih to phci  ��������� f litKiniiiiit.'.  JtaAllY TIlULINf, ^p-jliutnt.  I'J ������vr,l Iln kIu.iiI, Akoii*.  Mat d .Vlnrvh *."2 ,d I'.IIO.  I,AM) UKCISTUYAOT.  IN TUK MATIKIiof .,���������* ... plica*  lio-i for ii lh pii-Mii- Corlitiiiiic  ,,f Tiiin rt imu * f Kniion On,',  (Jon*,ix lh-i iii  NUTHM'J It* hf-tiily jiivi-n 'hm i  is my iiri-n'imi ui  ihf <x|i,rn i,,>  *'[ oi,,i month from th  ,1 n<:  * i ih*  ISr-t puhlitniiiiti lifif.it   lo i^mt"   i  i),l|i,h::|ii, O.-rtillcite   **f   Til t>   I  ������l,,ive 1 uni icMi-tl in Jul,,i If.u.ii *���������  tiiihiinija ������n ihf HH I,  *| iy ,,f ,l,,l'  IH'JII mill lillliihrlHl Ttfito-  J. P. Mi'LKOl)  I)������'l*my llij-ri'-'rir Ci,-h������'mI  l.tid !!,ni-ity Ollie-'. Vitturii., iJ������ ,  i I in; |,-i:n ,t.,j id J tint- Hilt).  PotraNo.n,  LA Nil ACT.  POIIM OK KtiriCR,  I ,nml Uti.it 1K-11K*'.,  Dial let of Vew Wwriilnayr.  Irk koticr thu olof iiout, ������������  f, B.O,, fx-������������t*n1lon rnnohw, In'ei''',  [,������K f r permit! ion ti |���������������r li ������������������������ *li*  (vl'*ird������ orl'wil I ���������tuln: -<>>mtn������������ Ann  [in * pfi,.**,.! **��������� "' oorthi-.t t ��������� , *i- r  \td -pplie-l l������r by MaThulin, Vme  ��������������� *��������� a*,*-,, rfn:i';- *-i."!   **'  el,,. i.  b*������.t-H������*i c!ui ^ I'��������� *������������������������������������ ireat nu  [��������� t������ lh* viae* ���������t ll-������|i,iii,if.  in/*v itoi^r.  Kicwaim tttauhvan, Aa nt.  ImUMarth21w������, ������*������!������.  nn    |  e  i  ���������  aemwammmmy        n,  ���������M   o  saw  n  Mm  Ml.   J     "  VJ I*.  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S. CO.. of K.C.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  way cars of the Union Colliery  Company l,y any person jr jitr-  30i s���������axct pt taincietv���������iu. strictly  oroh?l''ted. Employees r,re suh-  ipi-rtTTWsrn-re^^^  By order  W, L.   COULSON,  General Manager.  NOTICE TO THR PUBLIC  Having bii lda.lar-se wa ehouHeaud m'h  at Conr"Htiay, 1 will i-i future kt-ep ou  1, md ������ ntoc< of di I itxla of Hay, Oraio,  mid F,'pd A lo>i*st rrarket ratos. A  specialty will In- tnido of rollpr orunhed  'e<d for iii'I'spb whio i *'ill ma:<e a a-.viD������  of'ioe third it* t'n* oo t of fiod. Onlft'*!  givi*n the lemnBt-sr or hy- phoue will be  prunip'ly lillotl. Tiifiukiniryoii for >our  iiitr* 11114b ia *lio pint ani hoHoI ing a con  tiuti'incotif 'li" Hiiiiio on hiuador hnn, I  b-������ iu Hii.ai 1  Yolli'H tocomnioiid,  BYRON CHAWFOltP.  \V*ek-*fiiid service   liei-vx-i-ii Vnuconvo:,  Nau.'iimo, Unni-i, f'ovnes. "'.y   tl)*;  Bt.i-.tl C'ljdi; hu*';! rwiu f,..*ir*w  steamer "OOWIOHAX"  Siiiiisij; at iirctai--���������  Loavos Vancoovo.-. ���������sai-iirdav H r &.  Arrives Nanuinin.  rfalui-nay  Ii'p in  Arriyus Union, Mtindny 6 a in  Arrivrc Ci-mox,   .Sini'lny 8 a. m  Beturuiiif;:���������*  Leaves ronmx. Sunday 4 p in  Leuves U.������,'-),i  .Suoday 5 p m  Arrivon K-iuaimo, bmuliiy 11pm  Arrives V,T-couver Monday 7am  Stage leaves Union for Cumbflilnni ������v.  ory Sunday morning on arrival of'.COW-  JCHAN;"ard .leaven ComCBiU.cl Ilotol  at.l  pin,  connect nc with t>s*at*jer  Ui.ion.  ~ NOTICE '  Any person or persbns,.*c.iittii"������,  reniuving or tiikiiiy a������y td*'cks,,  timber or wood, of any deseriptiodr,  Ktlongiiig to tilt* "\VeUiiiotoii Coi-  aiiyLy_CoIy^-0!^toi������-������r-<-<f4^44^  of tho B;lid���������Oonipriiiy, will he pros,  ecnted to tho full oxmiU of rt*e i,i\v.  .    W. L. riOITl.SON.  Guiict;'.!' Ai'iiiia.,*?"  ��������������������������� Wellin^tuii Co!li-.'J"'v Oo.v.  For Sale.  : Thcfi,lio'\ir*'*j M')-io Cour-i-'. 'vill  he *>old at to-' \i'U->- :���������--  T.wp cojvit1-* of C'i*ori,y's Kxeroi'-n:.  Pe'ere Kdi'ior:.  One copy Curl Fjpivr'-- J-; il.it  Oorne' Oourni-,  Throe topip- Carl Fiph^i'ij B flsi  Olrio",,' C"ii'ri*  KOU HAL I*: A'l' TliK {.Fl'l^K  OF TUK OUMliWlLANU S/A\ 8*  rmmrvtt* *^eeM*e\.etrnrjnief >MWTMir*wrw^i������w^  .. Manufacturer of..  Mineral   Wat  .^"  ,*w'**  .vJt  P>T(Z  *������.*���������'  M������*  ���������IN IH-  1 lii'ini' In,in  Xnntiiiiiu, ��������� 11  The Courtenay Motel  Kvcry t-oiivii'i-iii-*-*-* lm gneMi*,.  i'lio-Unntiril Hot. I Jor hportair.f'ti    t  Sftn*1 lmt ih*f Ite**! ot Wni*������ and I. vpmr*  41 iht (tar.  HATCT f������������?A������l������*f%BLK  ?.!* W. .St������'WfMt, li.cpwt.n oi*  thi* l-Vdt'nil Lit* Itt.-iin.tiff <**..  i* in in*.* 11.  T   Uu I*-",,  ���������������������������yi!l-     .  ���������*   '.*-i*i:  i-t-ii   |*)*i'|>i,*t    h*U  HII      SlIil.lHV      H.lfMt'Mll,.  i>.',> pu* 1'njffr ������vn,  '���������i:' i^   .A   .,;   ei^l,   ,  fur I'l-.H'II  \U\  OtllHIllll j  r\,i  HflORIRR KOU THK XBW'H  ,YO.VK DOLLAR A YKAC  John -Ji-hriston.    Prop  [     iQlt   V." l.V.    yioli'o    fii,..Oii  1 It*.i-4Mtr< i������,   |L**������"1 vrihr.   C"������������!  j ll't.W *>i\ -.1 *l'*-r   4.V?.1H*.   A| -i  ||4| Mt liitr ���������4.I'-'-*.  Wholsale Daalsr   in  aaawi ' a-W*e)*X\-*i  Wines,  Iff   -*0 mt %mre*   *aarm\ O  **  till  "-1  a n a  *���������  }  litems .t  ii. mm .n^ifsm^m*: :���������; jam*  ������  Er.  't,  ?i'  V  L  P. O B^t 1V3  ir'nonti 2G ...  Oy er it irv, ���������.* ��������� y\ "r     \������  *��������������� T *- *  j ������ 1������  *-  ������ f     j * ������, M  i *  :  ���������  A '���������  li  *r  ���������*������������*,- yam**  r*-*- ������*���������'**.  t ���������"DM* . *��������������������� ***���������*��������� ���������  nt' THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUJlPU.  THE INDIAN'S PASSING  A MONSTER FLAG.  FEW POOR THOUSANDS ARE ALL  THAT ARE LEFT.  The Wilds of the Northwest and British   Columbia   Make   Up   a   Large  Part of the Aboriginal Population *  ���������Reserves Are Usually Much Lar-  gar Than Their Inhabitants Would ,  Justify���������Victims of Tuberculosis.    !  Three   centuries    ago   the   Indian  population of Canada, though never j  dense,   was   considerable   enough   to '  present a very real hindrance in the '���������  settlement of the  country   by  Euro- ;  peans,   -writes   Kmily  P. Weaver   in '  London Graphic.   What the troops of���������'  savages lacked in numbers they made 1  up in extraordinary mobility, and in j  ferocity weakened by no sentiment of ;  pity even for the most helpless of non- ;  combatants.   Thus to tho pioneers it '  seemed that tlieir name wa9 "Legion." j  Yet  neither their , fighting   qualities j  nor their almost unexampled powers !  of endurance could save them  from j  the fate that awaits those unable to  .;  readjust themselves to new conditions.  The white man's firearms and "firewater"  hastened  the  destruction  begun by their own fearful feuds, and  to-day there are in the Dominion only  111,043 Indians.  Nevertheless, taking tho Canadian  Indians as a whole, their numbers  are not now decreasing. The latest  census shows some excess of births  over deaths, and a somewhat, larger  general increase accounted for in part  by immigration, and additions to the  tribes by marriages. On the other  hand, besides the Indians so-called,  " there are in Canada many half-breeds^  There are also others, of mixed blood,  who have been absorbed in the white  population.  The few poor thousands of Indians,  representing the savage hordes of old  time are divided into a multiplicity  of tribes speaking different languages,  such as the Micmacs of the east, the  Six Nation Indians of Ontario (descended from tiie redoubtable Iroquois,  ���������who proved such a scourge to the  early French settlers) and the Crops  ���������^n4Jlladdk"*flLiiid^  plains. ~".  As might be expected, the vast wild  province of Driti-sh Columbia contains j  more than a fifth of the total Indian \  population of the Dominion, hut <what i  at first sight is more surprising) the \  old  Ipng-seitled  province of Ontario I  contains   nearly   as   many.   The  ex- j  planation   is that   immediately   after j  the American  Revolution   large   ''re- j  serves" were set apart in the mwly }  organized province (then called Upper  Canada) for   the   Indians   who   had  proved loyal.   They were not permitted to alienate these lands, or there  is little doubt that they would have  been despoiled of them long ago, for  they have   never   been   a   provident,  people.  The reserves are often of great extent. The Six Nation Reserve on the  Grand River, near Brantford (with a  ���������population ol ' '275 persons), consists  of about 4Ki<,������������������* acres, whilst some cf  the reserves in Saskatchewan and Alberta, set apart for comparatively  ���������small bands, comprise from fifty to a  hundred square miles. The Government has generally respected the  claim of the Indians to the soil, and  it has been customary, as a preli,min.  cry to opening a district to settlement,  for the authorities to majto treaties  with the Indians, to set apart reserves )  ior them, and to give them componsa- |  tion in tho shape ol annuities, ration'., ���������  prantH for education, etc. Quit* re-  ceritly many bands in the west have  thus entered "into treaty," and now  ���������scarcely one-fifth of the total Indian  population (and these chiefly in the i  extreme north) retain their old status, j  Whether under treaty  or not,  the  Indians to some extent receive from  Government a kind of paternal care j  ns "the wards of the nation," and ar*' j  ���������Kubjpct, to varhui" hpccial  laws, sue!, ;  ns that, for iiihtuiioe, which iih-olute. :  ly  prohibits the sale of intoxicating ���������  )ii|,iur tu ui, lieii'iii,   IiiiuhiU'.-.- .--nn. ,  of th" I'liee find thoso benevolently intended ri'Klrielions gulling.   A lew <-f *  the uior*' able and industrious, by Jul. j  filling certain condition*''  gain  their ���������  rrifninehiseiiiftit a^ ordinary citizen*, ;  l/Ut   tin-   ag.'iit*'    who  h.'ivi"   Ihe    over- ;  higlit of tin* n**,erve,s <|em-ril,e the |->. j  rliiins as   generally   lacking   in  ������tii-  hitjon.  As o| old, tin* intermittent ndiviti**  ������f hunting nml  li-liim? nn* mine n������. ���������  tractive   tn  tluin   than   xteadv   labor. !  th-miidi  in lie*  more nettled  dUiriet.*!  they  nn   ulih*"-1 ,i> turn tn other <������������������������  <*U| ;,1i*���������-   (Mich   n-   farming,   I'lmb*'  in**, making   tub-,   ntul briskets,   nnd  ���������fancy arift-les for Hale tn tourint-), and t  tin* itgi-ntfl, n>|ii,it ,i gr.idu.il inipi,,*.*   [  ment   in  tlu-ir  iti'lhud:-. of  work  imd  Hindu u[ life,    Iii  Die  went,  tln>  r-<l ,  ���������men Mill depend for their livelihood  mainly    uimn    hunlinp,   fi<diiuc   atel  tia|i|iim.', Iiui in,-,end nf wi'ariiiB the  flirs nf the iitlltltllN fliey kill, ntl'i mIi,*|. i  "������������������"rinil lhi'iii������i'lvi*|4  in tents of Imffnln "i  rnkln*.   tlu't-   iln*,-**   in   m���������n���������fi,et,iri'd I  |?������"iili. I���������r ii-hi. Maim and uumim*. nti.) i  .-.���������>,'.    *���������.   .  - ..' ���������������������������������������������, i,, .',;,,,. ���������  Iji'Cp "Ut   either e,*h| or d;i,,,|,  Tuherciiliwis     is     very    prevalent \  *ll'loi,g.-.t tielli, i.lel Hi Milne tub,> the  ������f,*at),-;aii,. Imm thi.-, cuton- in i-xtr.tor- !  ���������jlinnrilv high, but when- tl,i*v liv*- un.;  1     ' ������������������ '���������    < ... , *      . ,, i i, .      ,i ,,��������� '  idliiW   lm   mi.'II.-  nf  *J>illg  nut  The more eivili/ed lndi.iim h������Vi''  lo������t tin-Jiicluri-*i|ii,! diml f>>irt*hU-) <  ���������rliiirnetrriMie*. n| their at,c..'������tor������, who!  turned ih,. ,*,,rh hi-t'-iy nl r,,nH*lH !  into ���������*-,��������������������������� i ��������� ������ o| wild riiiii:,r,e- ���������������*l blood.  ciirtiliiip tragedy, C|u* f. jn b-ar-kin-J  '���������TT' - *'���������        ������   ���������'   (���������   *������������������* ������M���������,������,,rMvlf..    '  l-*Mi'i-|���������p* *-.,    .in, I     hell*.     ,,l     W <l|lf,ll|l������  have b-'i-ti -v,,'t.' (ruin the ������������'.������t���������.     |���������  their    plur**     '.**���������     iiuVi*    milx-ny      etinl -  farmer-*, r*>|������eeiiib|������ Iioujm-wi-/.*!., hm,.  ���������*������06d"0 h',l|.e-. i-lnireh*"*. tclomiU. ������od  OO   *"H'������    ri'f.-rvi"    I Ve ll    SJ.II  I, UitA  UoOI'th"!   ifi'l ?������''i*'������*r,ifice )i>Aj.,ri-H    Only  i������ow   .-iii'l  then  Ci-.  for  iii if in",*,  on  Itttlk   ���������     l.O      Hi      IhAilliX,      Wb   r,     (,<������������������  '-',]A } f-r.������ -i ������rn*,fi <>f I tnlf-bti*..)  |#������*������k-1--* il* t������, rrmjeh'-'l on "h" vrr���������n>d  wiih nn air ������>l *Ui|i*l irid,tf������r������iifv m  nny iim-.iildi' )i������nl)n-i t) d'H-.-i nor rim  it* tb*tt even y<t tb<������ l���������*l,*������i������ i* not  ���������UliU- o������*f **itb ihe white otinniiiniiii-*  ebiclt ull Uf old JjMJ.Dtii- -jrou.-i J-.  It Floats Above London When Parlta.  ment Is Sitting.  Probably few who see the union  j.ick flying over the Victoria lower at  Westminster when Parliament is sitting realize that the flag which flut.  ters so high above the inhabitants .ol  London is one of the most retnarknbU  pieces of bunting in the world.  Small as it seems to the upturned  gaze more than 450 feet beneath it,  this floating emblem is fo enormous  that its outspread bunting would  completely hide from view a couple  of suburban villas. It is sixty feet  long and forty-five feet wide���������so capacious, in fact, that 3,000 people  could find standing room on it. The  mast from who.se dizzy summit it flutters is as tall as the Duke of York's  column, rises from a base little less  exalted than the cross of St. Paul's  cathedral and weighs sixteen tons.  To reac'n the foot of this towering  mast one must climb 350 feet up the  dark interior of the Victoria tower.  On entering the tower through the  low iron door at its foot and gazing  upward one sees far above a blue  light, apparently no larger than a  man's hand, which marks the summit of the tower, and to this opening  the only access is by means of a fragile, sm'ial staircase which winds  around the dark walls, clinging to  them as if for support.  As we climb round and round this  frail "Jacob's ladder" we pass story  after story, each in itself a commodious house of sixteen rooms, until,  panting and perspiring, we pass the  eleventh of these "stories and emerge  gratefully into the open air.  Arrived at the summit, more marvels await us. Wo find that the parapet, which from the bridge far below looks but a tiny speck of stone,  is actually thrice the height of the  average man. The crowns which  adorn the four turrets are five feet  across and weigh a ton apiece. The  lions which guard the corners are  leviathans, towering twenty feet high,  and the roof of the tower, we gasp  to learn, would turn the scale at 400  tons.  But perhaps the greatest wonder of  all as we stand on this dizzy eminence is the far stretching view of the  world's capital, dwarfed to the dimensions of a toy metropolis, along whose  narrow-ribbons of streets men crawl  as ants and the largest vehicles are  7ld*w~iinrt'l"ng"i)oints-*uf-black-:���������London-  Tit-Bits.  HINDU OR ANARCHISM.  Educated Native Discusses the State  of Affairs In His Coun   .  While many "^ucated ������������������������*������lives in  India feel and hate tbe galling yoke  of the liritish, there are others who  hope that Kngland may yet grant her  subjects in Hindustan just as much  li' rt.- in the long run a������ they show  themselves capable of using with safety to the Kinpire, and the) are willing  to give her some points a* to the attainment of this object. These men  sincerely deplore the acts of irnarchy  and assassination which have recently stained the annals of Indian history, and among men of this opinion  we find Mr. V. 1). Dubhosh. who remarks in the course of an article in  The Hindustan Review (Allahabad)  on "Government and the Press in  India".  "A sad chapter has now opened in  the history of India. An anarchist  movement has been discovered, and,  for the first timo in the life of this  PRESIDENT  SUSPENDERS  Nat^e ncver meant you to work under  bonds- You cannot work as well or as long, or  as comfortably as you ought. Try the "Sliding  Cord^- Light, medium and heavy weights.  AU d-^lsrs, 50 cents.  Look --V the genuine���������  "PRESIDENT" on every buckle.  Little Girl Learns Early  Miss Mary Garden at tt tea in Philadelphia praised the skin of the mod-  The Jewelled Set     '  An actress, at tea, said of J?'0anor  Robson.  "She is a. dear. She has rfllrried ern corset maker  August Belmont. Now she is Hi the! "It is really wonderful,' said Miss  set that 1 once heard so wittily ridi-j (Jarden, what this artist can do. "I  culed. have seen fat old woman who, from  "She said that in conversant with I certain   aspects,   looked   like   supple  meek   nation,   we   hear   of   reckless, a leading matron of this gildiA this I girls.   It was the. corset maker."  youths taking to bomb-throwing. How .jewelled set, she once asked; " '   '  on earth can the perpetration of such l   "'And where do you think you'll  ! spend tho summer, Mrs. Vina -^lt?'  :    " 'Er���������the North  Cape,  I  thieve,'  i Mrs. Van Gelt answered.     'Of*0   can  I get ski-ing there all, through August,  ' you know.'  " 'And   where will  you  spe^d.  the  winter, then.'  " 'Oh, Florida, by all mains, .There!  heinous crimes, the slaughter of innocent lives, secure 'Swaraj' (autonomy,  for us?   The human mind revolts n't  the thought, and all sections of people, to their eternal honor, have expressed thoir abhorrence of the atrocious crimes.    Impatient and unwisn  criminal deeds ancl inconsiderate utterances are but  curses and  are  in  variably attended with the most unhappy results.   They have tended  to  make the penal laws of the country  more formidable, und the recent Pres*, ,  Act to be passed; and to a certain ex- i  tent  we   have   reason   to  thank   otu- j  selves for it, thank some of our own j  impatient agitators." _       (  This writer thus counsels the British  Government in a highly reasonable  tone. India has east off her swaddling clothes, learned to walk, and  grown up into a nation that thinks  for itself and feels inspired by tho  world's progress, and he says of England:  "It must remember that whatever  changes  it may  work  in  the educa-  "And that reminds me of an answer  that I heard iu Sunday school when I  \vas n little child."  "What is it." our superintendent  asked, "what binds, us together and  makes'Us better than we are by na-  ture?"  "Our corsets, sir," piped a wise little girl of eight.  is such  ripping January batlnhg at  Palm Beach.' "  ONE WOMAN'S  JTATEIUENT  TELLS  HER SUFFERING g'^TERS  TO USE  DODD'S KIDNEY  PILLS  A popular comedian, in a recent interview, candidly says that he failed  in everything he undertook until he  went on the stage. Ambitious young  men who think they are comedians  should not however, drop their vocations to follow his example.  They Proved a Blessing to \-\ef When  Her Pains and Weaknes* Were  Almost More Than She CoU'^ Bear,  St. George, Man. (Special).-^toping  to save her sister women in th*". West  tional   policy,   however hard  the   re- ��������� from pains and aches which c^me at  SOLICITOR OF THE G.T.P.  M. K. Cowan, K.C., Resigns to Enter  General Practice.  M. K. Cowan, K.C., solicitor of the  Grand Trunk Railway, has rcrigned  that important position and has joined the big legal firm of Beatty, Black-  stock, Fasken & Chadwiek, of Toronto, and next week ho will move from  Montreal to Toronto^ where he will  take up his permanent residence. In  1904 Mr, Cowan was appointed assist-  strictions it may place upon the  press, and however stringent the leg*  islative measures it may forge to disarm the Indian agitation, this much  is certain, that it is now next to impossible for them to drive the Indians  back to their old habit of looking up-  .on-a���������king-as���������God.JijffltLMXiiL--, Thi  Indians have now come to chenslf  high ambitions and aspirations, which  are the result of not merely English  education or tho native press, but the  cumulative product ot the gigantic  activity visible all over the world,  and of the living and practical example furnished by the England of the  East. So long as these examples continue to inspire the people, so long  as they can fortify themselves by the  valuable. thou-rhts, social and political, benucatlied to mankind by great  men, so* long it is impossible for anything that the Government may devise or forr-e to chock, their advance.  "Tho wisdom of the Government;  thorofore, lies in understanding the  t>eop!e properly and making the Administration more sympathetic nrul  loss repressive, Their glory now lie**  in giving us a larger and larger share  in the administration of our own affairs. By resorting to harsh legislation, the utmost that they can do is  to check tho outward expression of  discontent; but, inasmuch as no men  sure can impose on us the duty of  showing affection to thorn, unrest  and discontent must advance so loiiu  ns our political aspirutions nro not  sutisflcd.  the critical times in a womb's life,  Mrs. Arsene Vinet of this -pJ^ce has  given the following statement -"& pub.  lication:  "I have brought up a larct-^ family  and have always enjoyed g0o" health  until the last two years. I i������l\ fifty,  four years of age and at th*? critical  The proprietor, of the delicatessen  store, who had stepped out to inspect  the display in his front window, rushed inside again'in a towering rage.  "I know now," he said to his new  and officious attendant, "why we have  not sold any iimburgor for the last  two days! You blundering idiot, take  that sign out of the window! What do  you suppose anybody wants of 'Fresh  Liniburger Cheese?' "���������Chicago Tri-  bune.  Didn't Work  Prisoner���������Jedge, it's kind o* tough  to be accused of forgery when I can't  sign me own name.  Judge���������It's another man's name you  are accused of signing.  No one ncd endure the agony of  corns with Hollowa'y's Corn Cure at  hand to remove them.  A prominent French surgeon claims  to have had success with producing  anesthesia by injecting a weak solution of sfrychnine in water into the  brain and spinal-cord.  Waiting  "Has she selected her bridesmaids  yet "  "No, she's waiting to find out  which of her friends will spend the  most for new dresses for the occasion."  A Cure for. Rheumatism.���������A painful  and persistent form of rheumatism is  caused by impurities in the blood the  result of defective action of <he liver  and kidneys. The blood becomes  tainted by the introduction of uric  acid, which causes much pain in the  tissues and in the joints. Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills are known to have  effected many remarkable cures, and  their use is strongly recommended. A  trial of them will convince anyone of  their value.  Tho Bishops���������The Lord's will'- be  done.  The. Lords���������The lords' will he done.  The People���������The lords will be done.  -Life.  '     Real Thing Not Staged  The girl graduates of Wisconsin  have a play called 'In Germland,'  in which most of the germs fteure."  "The kissing bug is not in the cast,  though."  BILIOUSNESS     is certainly one of the most disagreeable ailments which flesh  is heir to. Coated tongue���������bitter  taste in the mouth���������nausea���������dizziness���������these combine to make  life a burden. The cause is a disordered liver ��������� the cure. Dr.  Morse's Indian Root Pills. They  go straight to the root of the trouble, put the liver right, cleanse the  stomach and bowels, clear, the  tongue and take away the bitter  taste from the mouth. At the  first si������;n of biliousness take  DR.   MORSE'S  INDIAN    ROOT    PILLS  lime" onTfOlfaf^OTiretrto-^ry^VQ-  man, T had pains in my right hip and  shoulder.   I could not lie d*������^'n tw0  minutes nt a time without differing i  the greatest    agony.     Sonie^hnes    I  awakened with a feelina ag If sornc  one had laid a niece of ic^.'on n\y i  head.    Another time  it. \vot>-4  be n|  pain under the left shouldef' I  "I took many medicines flH could I  ���������jet no relief, till reading of cures of1  similar ci*.s"s to my own V������? Dodd's *  Kidnev Pills, led me to t*\V thein. I  Tb������y did wonders for me. ' j  "j want ail women to kti������\v what i  Dodd's Kidney Pills did for Jhe."       j  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure Mm Kid- j  "eys. The woman who h/1-* sound j  Kidneys is saf"<**U''rded Hgn'^'t ni'v-1  tenths of the suffering that flukes life j  a burden to the women of c^'hida.      i  A  MAt.ON K, COWAN, K.C.  nnt solicitor for Uu* big railway corporation and In* has Ihh'h prominent,  ly and actively i<i'*>ntilk*d with all tin- j  big b'gal adjii.-iiiirn!,-, <>I lh,' corpora.  tion Kin,'", itppi'iiriui* as G.T.U, conn- j  ae] in nearly all tli*' important cumin '  the   company   has   had   bi'l'itn*   the  Railway Hoard nl Ottawa,   Lust Jan-  nary he wiih nimli' head solicitor of i  th*' company. !  (n i*onn*'i*tioii with his retirement,  Mr,  Cuvviiti slut,'.*, that his  relations '  with tin' gemriil miiiiiiger, Mr. Hays, !  have bi'i'ii of tlio nioxt eordinl charm*.  t,*r, but  In' pivfi'i's to enter general !  priictif", us tin* railway legal bin-lni'v, :  tends I*, placing one in a rut and the ,  npeiiiiig- fur niilwcy work are limited \  in ('mii'hI,!.    In !������**', In* wo* llrit call- '  ed to the Dutiiriu bar, ami in lHllil he *  entered th,������ political arena in Smith ;  I',i,m'.\,  whet** li,, .|i-fi'at,-il  Dr,  Kii'g  for lh" Hon*.*' of Ciimriiwi,.    In Ififtil '  he defeated Loiih. Wigle, and in 1004 '  he did not run,    Huring his J'arlht- !  military cur* ���������* r lie was chairman of  Hi" Private IlilU 'Cuiuiniltiv, j  Too Lata, *  tl lmi<������b���������mi ii, Htieklnehnm P,ll,ic*>  line of the yoiinn moiim nt Kiiiij liuorge ;  .���������.*,.*-.,,, 1   ;.   ;!."   "v..    !",';���������;   VI  ward.   "Oh,   gnitidptipit."    when    the'  King iuterpoiieil with some ������,������verlty, I  "l.lltiu   )���������'������>>  dhiillld   bo   c* ill   ,-tii,*i   tint,  in-litd. (iii mi with your Itine'ii'mi ami  dmi'l talk." I  V ���������     "   ; '���������    frdl.ii,.-,.,!      t'r.u. '  I'tilly   King Iviwarii hhuI  Id him,  to-  lefitin*,'   "Now ymi can ������������y what you'  were going to cay."  Tin*  liltie  nrinre  with n  world of  t,leaning, mod. "Too lute, grandpapa.!  it   i*  ton   bite."  King I'M ward Mid: "Non^'tMe: If  '���������> "������������������ ivnrllp n'lvi,,*' live tiiin,i,<",i n-jo  il ,-  >*.,,rlh Kiiyuiff now."  "V". rtnti'lptipu," "ai". tie* little  prin* ������������������       I itere v.,1.- .i In.; ,:���������* ��������� ..  .    .-,.,  Ill  >-m,   >ul|nl iltl'l  Jo,I Ve  i'.'i!,J,  Jlilli.''  He InUrruntud Ht Mart.  Mr I.b������y'l-tl������**,>r*i,"' i** fum ",-, of  r,.*������f*e. b.r'flu brilliant re;,,--'. ���������, -md  '���������'...���������' -,iri-.-������i*in. "I am ).*f- . ' *,<-  r . ������������������! .A ,-ri-:' nt .*������ jr,)itu-A >*���������',��������������������������������������� ���������  'ui !.-d ������!<��������� he had time fo tit; r -fi Hie  -. * ��������� i,f������i., a noiuy interrupt.-!- I at  fi ������,<��������� I in, "And >������������������' um J '  It*,* tli*. rfturl im* a* ���������������*>"������������������ , ii  *���������,��������� '������v.r������tii*lniii������C. "V- ''it n������  ���������ui - i. * ,iU th.-r,?!" "      '  When Death Drives,  local preacher in Cornwall had  nn eerio experience, being driven  homo from a preaching engagement  by a dead1 man tho other Sunday,  Philip Piikcoo, a cab proprietor, had  been ongniTod to drive some local  preachers to various plnous in thn St,  AusluII Circuit in a wagonette. Returning In the oven in a there was, fie*  the first part of the journey, only one  passenger, Mr, Houseman, of Mount  Cbnrk's. When the conveyance reached Fair Cross tho driver wns'seen to  he leaning forward, with the reins in  Plaster of Paris figures w'^ch hnve  bneome di"ey and brown may he  brushed with a soft brush ttid thon  washed with warm soap sud8 without  injuring them.  DON'T DRUd^I^REH  When you   gjve   yonr   c^\)d n W  celled  "soothing"  lnedioin'*! vou  n-*e  not curing   h������   sickness,     You nre  merelv  drugghv?  U  i������te    't-imnnr-iry  insensibility,   The so.ea]],^l soothing  i niedicines couM" nniato*     and    ntt  I overdose mev kill ib" obi''1.    V'l^n  ! '-ou give little on"R Bnhy'ft Own Tub.  | h'ts you   have   th"   c-,iar*1')teo of a  ! I'overntnet't annlvst  thnt this   medi-  I cine is safe,   And you hnv-^.th" vr,rd  'of thousends of "fiifeftil iv^'hers t|)|,<  jthls'modieinn will pron->v,)lv cwo nll  ; minor nilments of chiMbr/^.     Mr"-  ! Mnhors" Re. Scoit ,lu,u,<1,,n, Que.  js,"i'������:  "Mv  little ot,"  vt\^  Weak  nr*d  liiiekly and n������n,l to cry dav Inrl nWlit,  'but sine" fdvlt"-   bi"i    "nchv'n   0-A"n  .'   MATCHES ARE CHEAP  Therefore  Everybody Should  Use the BEST  EDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES  Are the Most Perfect Made  No|(ele������t  a*  Their  Name Impliee,  No,Sputter,  No Smell    of  Sulphur, Are Quick and Safe.      . y '  For Sale by all Good Dealers,  also  EDDY'S    PAILS.    TUBS  WASHBOARDS,  TOILET   PAPERS, ETC. '  THE I B. EDDV COMPANY. HULL CANADA.  HERE SINGE 1851  tin hands, and the wagonette eollid  iTablets I," has thrived snipPdidly, am'  A with ii triin going in th" oppoMte ! ������������������  ���������,  ,mcl..oif|ir,vi   ,���������v]  i,n*,U)V  n.  T  1 i ...\������t ! iti, Tlm      .tiilll.t-J     /iV      fdiv      tti|,ti      ���������*.���������-. .   . .... ,-      .    ,        . .1 *���������  direction, The driver of tlio trap *t<.  nioiihtriited with Pnscoe, but the hitter took im notiee, and m nined in  a stooping oosiiion, as if asleep or in-  loxioated. Mr. Monsciiniii tlmii touch-  ed PiiMcoe on th" arm to arouso him,  and whs horrified to find In* wiin dead,  could wish " Sold by ���������ll ���������mndir-ini''  ''"alera or bv v-������������r������������1 nt ������ft r^d* n box  '-on) T'"> IV. ���������vVilliams' M^iJoiiio fo,,  llrockville, Out,  Lonely Man'i Death.  A  pathetic mid   tragi"   talc   of  man's lonely death eomei* from llray-  brook, Victoria,  On it being reported !  flint  a   nurseryman,  nuiiicl   Henkel, '  hud  n<������t been seen for som" dny*. ���������  "Miistiihl" went to flenknl's raniiloiii'i'. ,'  The door* we," sci'urt'ly luticnod, but ,  mi looking through ,i window he wi.v  .sircitclii'd on a bunk the body nf thr *  niis-'inc man in nil advanced "bite of j  decomposition, On removing tho blin,.  lift   covering   the    remains   n   mere i  skeleton was discovered.   !!r*iiknl win i  eccuntric, and lived iilinic, Home yoarn ,  back deceased win, diMiippointed ill u I  love affair, and  wa* iniidi*  the butt, !  of noma I'liallini; letter*.   Tho n.i'nir I  ,   ��������� *   '   f'   .   ...   , . r , i  or monev In the bom*", nnd deceased I  hnd apparently niarvmi u, Uuaiti,  Just the Ono,  First flwwt younii Thing���������What j  nre you doinu here, dearC Hccond \  Sweet Young Thing- Ijmklng lor a ;  husl'itiKl. 1'ifiO. i***-', i >������u,,(i '������'!������������,������^,  Hut you've got on*. Hcvond Bwwt ���������  Soung Thing���������That'* Uio ono I'm  looking for.  Firit Haws of Wreck.  A cluo to a myntery of th* ������������������������������ Itv  the ibiifK, ol a lifebuoy marked Hi|.  berborn, Liv,'rj������,ul, tin-* b������t-ii pieki-d*  up nu tha bench at I'ttcairn Inland.  Him .Silbcrhoni left Vewc������*f|,., N S \\',,i  in June. 1WJ7. for Chill, and hat -not  since boen he������r������l ef.     _  On* Haatan Why. '  CombirMM ������n*l amitt* *>f oitwt araaV,  jp-uMte  emama  ������-������i*t  in  thin cwiiitrf  Wauw������ we haw m Can.idn miiliona',  nf   ix-opte   *������������b<������  on*   ������..ulji   ,n*. 1,   AU*i.  who ar������ fr*oii*ntly led by uimcru|Ki>  luu*  ������io������.--Winui������K,������  Tribuim ,  W N. U , No. m  I Hard to ClflMlf*/  1    The censiiH man  call"d  VluT" th"  |oeciinaiitM wen*   i,   wi*'o/, and   ))*>r  jfi'lher, who hnd buried    ''in    n"o,i"d  a ! wife.    "Of whom <)o������r yfiUf    (atnily  consist l>" h" innuirinl, i  "All remnants," repliod *'to whloW. -  YOU would soon get rid of a  servant who did only half the  work in double the time ota capable  one. Then why continue using a  flour that givei half the nourishment  and double the work to digest?  Minard's Liniment used b*/ ^byek|-jni  To Be Kept In M^d  Harold���������"!   know   thnt   I'm     not  woithy of you, darling,"  Fair One -"Henmniher w\a1,    |fnr-^  old, and my married life J* uuro to ho  happy."���������Jewish Lodger, j  Iron Bare Do Not a ptJ-H Mnk������  "fllad to hear that n po,'*' who Writes  good stuff ha* been pur-Jo-0-*'] out ot tt,  "There tire versifiers fi* l������ni������ v,'ho  might to In p,u in to knp" t!.< j'<i>."  Ogilvie's Royal Household  h made from selerved "spring wheat���������  a wheat that is rich in nutriment. It  is the whitest and finest dour made;  it makes fully one-third more bread  to the pound than any soft wheat  flour and is more dependable in every  respect. ^4  I^DvJi Flew WJJs C*v UnheA.  MADE IH CANADA*  ROYAL'  Y������AST  twos  VamA In CfcoadUn horn** 1*������ product  dallolouft homt-mad* bread, and m tup*  p|f U mlerera Included In gportam������������������������*>���������'  and Campar*'Outfit*. Dveltna  til Imitation*. Thoy novor  IIto MttafaetUBMkd ooat juat  ee much.  f. W. OILLfTT OO. LTD.  et\m*in+e    Toronto,->������t.    atantramt  Aunrta4 Piltfint kaaan mt mil  ttm.tn Capatimat.  BB2!2|J*i*fc  " ��������� * ��������� f m * ^ *** - " THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ^HEW  FAINTING Is the sudden loss of  ���������.unaciousness due lo an enfeebled,  action of the heart. A low rato  ot respiration and extreme pallor  accompany this condition, ihe clear  head of the outsider in all that Is necessary to restore the person to const, ion nets, und my little talk today Is  to bring before your minds some of tho  i.������.xbSu..y and effectual steps In t,hu  treatment ot one -Aha has fainted.  The caus.-s of fainting are- many. A  general rundown and weak condition  Is' nometime:* brought to the knowledge  by fa.n'Ing spells. There Is, of course,  fainting tl.at results from intense pain,  ��������� from lack of, fresh air, from an insufficient amount of nourishing food, or  from a ehock. to the mind.  In any one of theses cases women are.  on   ilu   fainting  list   more   than   men.  But the necessary facts once acquired  .by you will be helpful In any emergency  of tliis kind.    -..,,.  I have seen Ignorant persons doing  the very thing to'-.a fainting woman  " that militates'against the recovering of  consciousness. A person who has  fainted must not be kept In an upright  position.  Place the body in a flat position, and  if possible, have the head a little lower  than the feet. The heart will be aided  In Its work of pumping the blood to the  brain and head. When this is done,  and the Hushed, natural condition of  the skin is evidence of the restored circulation,' the return of consciousness  soon follows.  As soon as this very important step  Is taken., loosen all tightclothlng at the  necl< and waist.'* Corset strings should  be cut. if there, be difflculty encoun-  terei; collars and belts should be do-  ttcl'ed. The object is to secure an easy  condition'of respiration. Fresh air must  be taken, into the lungs in great,quantities*. 'I he removal of tight clothing  ,'issists In this action. That is one reason why a fainting person must not be  surrounded'by a ring or hedge of tho  -^nrJloA^andjtho^ghtless onlookers.  A brisk rubbing of the hands will  bring the blood from the heart to= the  i? rfaee of the body. Remember that  your aim is' to stimulate th������ heart,  which has decreased Its speed.  livery one knows the efficacy of the;  cold-water dash, that shocks the ex-  te-lor muscles, thereby bringing the  blood and its warmth back to ths head.  ' h',** can be given to the forehead or  tiie hands. <  Smelling salts stimulate circulation.  Tlelr refreshing odor is the last of this  quick treatment that usually is effective.  Of course, I must Insist upon the advice of a physician If fainting spells  border on the chronic, or if a long dura- ���������  *wi  d <s<m������a//y 4nv*mvAermtma4,  , 4>6i%na4������A*** -ttatr tS&ourf  dQrod&mi and' C^ryfiAoUa^  tion   of  prevalent, The investigation of such  cases is necessary, for the causes are  probably serious and deserving of medical attention.  Because a woman faints do not lose  your good sense and ability to act quickly and sensibly,   Follow these directions  and your aid to the injured will be extremely helpful. .  the corner and talk with a boy. It  would be better for him to walk along  with you if he has anything Important  to say to you.  4. He should leave at 10.30 or It  o'clock at the very latest. If he stays  later and cannot see by your uneasiness  that you are anxious for him to depart,  it will bo necessary for you to tell him  thnt ypu are enjoying his call, but your  father Insists upon closing the house at  11 o'clock, and ask him to call again  soon.  ADVICE ON SOCIAL CUSTOMS  *.n-i UOOU LISTENER  NEXT In importance to tho ability  lo talk well Is that of listening.  So many of my readers write to  nil* i��������� NOif-deprocuilon boouusa  iho jiowuvi of conviM'HUUart seem to ho  denied to them that It is well to offer  u suggestion fur the Haunt,  Tltoru is tin art In being able to Ua-  t*Hii well, ll la much more easily ac-  quli't'i! tluin that of conversing, anil  will l,o a valuable annul an many occasions,  If you hnvo ovor been In a group of  men tnu! worn ���������, you will recall that  to a few iho nm vernal tonal ball him  been tossed, uiwl the others ure outslil-  nv������, so to njfwuk.  1 lioie arc iiometlinri vory good reasons for this, Occasionally u m-UIkIi  talker will not let any cm* Aits speak)  bill more fi-i*(|ueiitly then* Is n rncognN  tion on the part of tlio silent mias of  th ir Innlililty to hold their own.  But thero Is always a welcome place  for a good listener. If you are In this  class, then** are n few things to keep In  iplnd. First, you must force yourself  to pay strict attention,to the talkers,  Pin your thoughts to the conversation;  do not let your wits go wandering Into  tho why and wherefore of the talker's  dress or business,  Be rendy to answer any query that  might tin mnde, for of emirce n good  talker will try to engage his listeners  In an c.vcliur,v,o of Ideas, Then ba ready  to rescue the topic from an Inglorious  dvrith due to the Interrupting person.  "You wore Baying that you preferred,"  etc, Is often u vory llitle thing to  bring out o story that might never be  heard, Kvory wemun can do Unit much,  A casual, relevant remark Is within  any ono's power, and the Rood listener  with this ability is Just ur necessary to  a social gathering as a good talker,  Goad* listeners rarely have thing*! to  regret���������and that Is much In tho favor  of silence. Then, too, by listening attentively there will he gained a curtain  knowledge ami vuluablo Information  that may In timo result In nn easy,  ���������alf-poanossod nhility to talk well. Indeed, thoro tue more guiul listeners  needed In the aoclul gatherings of our  Uttlo world,  This Is a plea for tin* imcrul art ot  Keeping   the   lips   i,'|ii*e,l   while   others  sneak,   For the silent ouch there should  never be Unspuir,  SOLUTIONS TO SOCIAL PROBLEMS  Correspondence Queries  DtiAH Mrs, Allan,*),  Would you pltaee (HI nu if It is  limpid' ic* write io a luv I huvu never  ���������finf I hava b*i*n iviu'hu'iKlnu osida -.vim  hlm, I received a Inter ana hl������ plctur*, I  duii't flml much tlma iu answer lilt hitlers,  \Vlmi ihutild I iln. when two young boye  ������fill un nic? Hliault) l so vul and net an-  j'llii'i' air) iriii.l ut mliiii t < lii'ln iiiiiiii'liiln  . MM write to olioy frloml of mine until  *,,,,.      I I,,,.       , ,,  ,       >, In  ,-     ^     ,,,   .   , ,     ,,   I    ,   ,1'.      I,,  latum Uii* stamp, anil ti? iinln'i anavvsr my  ���������"--     t nm irnlna In Vila timn i,*n n ������h(,r,  s������������ h������r wht-n ber mother l������ there snd  thoy emmet <n tin mlitl'lcil in u timiith?  .VDl.t.K  It U not nt nil Improper If they ure  engaged l��������� he tiiiirrlt'il tind the young  woman's mother Is present,  When Parting   rs, "  Who  t gentl ...--.  dftnc* or wntvT .  ,  Pear Mrs, Aflama.  Who ahmihi appall of iwrtlhg Ural when  a Kcntl������n,������n eicuita s  sol tiomu iron, a  Mtor  rtiniil  **������������������"li, f   '   .  llfl I ������|Hfi  snuuui  ii4,,,"ii  iu  iii'v,  mm,  "X ll'JiJII HCIIOOI. (Jllll*  If you have never been formally Intro-  dm ml to th,* i<oy, you ar* doing wrong to  iany on even a postal correspondence.  If you are so busy, why bother about  Wl'lllllg Ml Ull?  .���������.-* ���������*. .'.- . '..���������...: ....'!-���������: a:::;...: .....  #xj>*ivting them, U wmild hardly bo  proper to Ihbvo thorn while you run oi'������  to fenrch for a girl friend, Hotve t',.������,  ���������problem liy asking a member of your  family to tielt, nntertnln,  Why shouldn't you apeak to the hoy?  Ha may hnvo aome very ������ood reasons  tror not answering your letter,  When Engaged  Ttrat tin. Adams,  A vmina 1ml*/ nf 51 In mkhhnmI tn a man nf  ll ������������������i������. Whilr ,"��������� *��������� away "fi l<naln>*������i<  t*|i������ vtin |m takin 111, a,i'1 uimn hi* return ,���������  matv* ta mi va ������������ tr*at hlm. It ll \-*t������  www* f* aim i* ao t������ kar tadrooan w  man  rurrnniumloiu   I   miihiM   m'l      .  aei'iin*!   i-nril   nr   letter   ln'Turii   t   ������������t  ho'ir   frft-i,   fl   ,,i,!,M0.  "I,.-*  *ll*,Ui(|   If <>  The >,������ung mnn should spenk of  parting, hut should lie linger longer  ihan    it    abaoluirly    nnemiury  you  If." would bt* tiuttijr to wall until yuu  ���������Hoar from hlm,  Undeuruuit" friends  Dear Mm, Adams.  ��������� Wa hava two slrl Manila who ar* twiv  facail, and mir |*ari'ti,������ iibject in <mr a,.  -UH'lalJnv wllh lliam.   llow ahuul'l wa tr������,it  l������rma wllh a b"y  ���������hmilJ I tn at  might give a gentlo hint.  It. *         th������mf  tim  I am not wi aiyaklnt i*rmf *  nd iln nut UN.- 1,1,,,. Jlow alio  iln, If 1 ahnuiil t������������*t hlm at a  _!���������������/" parit-n*f  boy frlan,l������ without a cliaparont riOHl!.  U it" I'lrowt tn ������������ coaitltm at  iy frlan'li wlihout a ciiaparen  Treat  ih������:  Klrl* ilvllly,  but  di>  not  go nut of ymir way to ho | lenaant lo  tiiem.    f'Cfi-itf',-,1  frlemla ari* not dr-  .-diali'i', nud . lit- caiiiiiii be n pi lut,n,il  ed for shunning thfm.  Aa I tiavo aii?il liefor**, ll la txatli-r tt.  remain <m opfaklng tertni with one's  acquaintances, for it saves much embarrassment,  No; It Is necessary to hove some older person who can be held responsible  for tho crowd.  Twenty-One and Fifteen  IVnr Mrs. Aclnm*.  I nm a vming mnn of si ami am In love  with a younir kIrl ot 1.1, whom I froquenily  Kins, Thciio klBHea mo vmy alnet'ic, be**  eeuitc I love her very mueli. Her fnlhei'  mill mother hnvo neen me kiss her m',i"  uni ii, nm obn-i'i,   Ijo you ll|ii.k It itoiht?  Wnulil ymi ml- lni> n,e in | i(i|,���������.-( t<. hoi i t  this temlir ,me? J renl thnt I etniiet wnli'  n.mli l*>ni������*>',  Then, In only one ohjeetlnn I enn km* tu  her nnd thnt Is lien* fnmlly l������ very Ignnraul  nml poor, and mine la vory urlatncrntl''. 1  ilun't think tltey woulil huennm frlemtn.  KUANTIC 8UITOR  Hecauso tho girl's parents do not oh-  joet io your kissing her duos not signify  that yuu shotilit liidulgo in such faiiiUI-  iirity, You should be inunly enough tn  rurriiln, knowing tt is Impropur for you  to kltu, n girl unless engi,<-e,l to her.  Mo not propoNO to her, Bin, Is ton  young to think seriously about such ������  HiinJuct,  when n mnn finds any objection to n  girl, it Is a sign ho Is nut deeply In love  wllh her. I advise you to keep uwuy  from thn girl, for nhe In too you lib' te  accept attention* from any mAn.  Anxious to Know  Hear Mra, Adania,. .  t un, ii viiuiik Inily of tt and eare a lot  for a ynunii Kenllemnn of It, lie ������hnw> u  ���������.-lint i|c*nl nf ri'Sii-nt f������r mn, I an, mil  liwlllve wlimliii' hu 1'ivim nit- or not ���������,i<l  iliiiUKht   vou   enulil   tell   nm   liuw   lu   lllxl  My ������l,l friend alao wnulil Ilk,* to know If  ynil think alio l������ In the ,1*1,1 nr nn, Win 'i  aim (Iim*������ n������t apeak tu li yitung mnn, wlii  iiimln nn eliRnaemenl wltli Imr mil ill*ln t  fulfil II A  IHJNBTANT ItKAOBU,  I'ruprloty prevents a young wumiin  from lltullng out whether ���������r,uot a umi,  cures for Iter. Hhu uuiHt wiilt imileiitl)  mull l,n la niiily tu tell her ������f hia lov'i  V���������������i ,������������������<* l,���������il, mo young, however, lo lm  nii.vtlilng more thnn uuoil frlmnls,  I ulwiiys think It Is foolish for n Kill  to slop ain'iiklng to her frlnnda, for It  I'lin-.'M h,*r In en rnimv eiinlinr, uxaliii* j"*-  xlilona. Your Rlrl friend shnulil, however, ileninml i,n ������*N|iU,nutlon from tin-  young mnn who fiilh-il t��������� kwip hia mi-  polniment. He mny hnvo hml some vmy  Kuuil and reasonalilv excuse to offer.  To Let Him Know  Dinr Mra. Ailuma.  A few ilavi a������o, aftT walklna home with  ma, a yiiuna man klaaeil mo hsfiira I i-huMI  i an show him iny'ill������i*l������a������ure  *|.i'i    ,    It   |.n.* * i*   tin*  fl   i.nii  airla to form a civil* and rant  rooma ������n>  Kimwn t������ Hnlr imnntH? liKt.l.l*. W.  Any mnn who would take such a IH>-  ���������rty n(-Hl* to t>* apok-sn t,< i������l.������tnly If  you want him lo know how illaplcrioeil  you wera with his tctloni,  There would Ik* a more comfortable  I,  ,.,!. .,      ,f     .1 ,.....,.,,,,  th,* eiuiia *Klritence and w*r������ msiie  acimalnted with It* mombers. I never  sdvlaa nny actions thst are ki-pt aicret  from one's parents,   J i  At a Dance  HH.nUy 1 who to ��������� Aanea with a vmint  I ������,i���������,ir>-i, v,rv mm h nivf  in nun  ).i'*i-.������,,i  th������ Rlrl ou' to Rtvo tho crowd n ctinnce lo  KOI to her houae. liul tiie men declare they  won't tro unU-SB I kd with them, ami I  can't  go  with   both. ULUK   RTE8.  You should esiilain to the young men  that you are,-nt liberty to go out with  whomever you choose. It is absurd fur  them to think that only ono*-should bn  attentive to you,  Do as you Intond, tako tho girl out  nnd let tno men solve the problem fur  themselves, I think they both will attend the party in spite of their tlu-euts.  A Suggestive Remark  Penr Mrs, Adnma.  When a dentist In his ofllco mnltes a su������r-  Rcstlve romnrk to a young slrl patient,  whnt nliuulil uho iln V I wus ������*> natoiilalc'd  um) hurt thnt I eould any iinllilim. Thla  morning I received n letter from him nuking why I illd not kocp my appointment,  itia, ii a thouKli nnihlns nml hnppi*neit.  Hluiulil I wiltd ntul <iak him ,o explain Ida  conduct or ahnuiil I lsnore It7  oiu'iiAN mm,.  Yon should hnvo spoken and reminded hlm ,,,1 Hit, fact thut he wns fnr-  Roltlng his posililon and offering nn Insult. Lot thu irinttor drop und do not  writ a for nn explanation, I advise you  to seok another dentist,  MR. PELICAN  SCORES  On Which Side?  Dear Mrs. A'lnm*.  When a lu*iy l������,, ��������� ,   mnn, on which jdilc ahnuiil aim he'  Whon a ludy l������ walking with a ueinf*.  linn, on which aide ahnuiil aim In*'.' 'i nn  iiIiiiikI   iinlvei'iuil   cuiilun,  ia  aii|,|ii*������i-il   to  hnve  i-iiinii  ,o us  ,lm,  the  mnn'a right  lie  free  tn  protect   her und  llm, tin* ludv alioulil walk nil tin* m-ntlo.  I i r  i.f   ��������� i.iii.i'  IIM,'-,  Of   III*  ftear Mm. Ailatna.  .1 wnii ,o ��������� sanra wins a *  man whom I ������,l���������,ir>-,< v,tv mm h nivf  line in,* Uiirina "-���������"  eotir-M. of in* rirnin* h* rtane*d will i*  ������������lher a!rl.    In a*, na ������,i li^ en, the rtanf wl'h  ,,-,.��������� I.. ,, ,,1 , , |, irfl, u* ,|- nt,, -, ������������������'  mr !l������ii-rt i n mv i r������f rum ||������ al>*> ������tv,������. I  III :��������� i.i,.. i an I in *il.������* ���������n������r,l,'.n. S��������������� Hia  martp m^ mv ������nvt> that I t#fua������<1 to allow  hlm i������, tak* n* kiit* ������������A ������,���������| humr ���������������h  Smelling f*/t&  stimulate circulation  nnnther youna mnn whom I Ilka a meat  ilenl    Illd I .In rlelil ? I>. H.  if thu mail had hid naiuo down lur a  dunce wlni ynu find fulled to eluliii It  hi, wus guilty of a very rude and dia-  cuiirti'iiiia net, 1 du nut wiimliT thnt  you bei'iinii* iingry, uud If ynu ,>-c|iluln-  eil tn 111,n vii ir rnimin  for lm,  nlliiwllig  him to tnln- you homo ymi did ngiu to  iicei'pilng mmilii-r iitna's cuinpiiiiy home.  Prospective Bride's Wardrobe  rumrUn, Allan," .       .    ,  Ik'lng a itevi.lid raider <>f I In* nniier,  would *>-"ii |,ti*n������i' in'erni mi* na ,,, win I n  lirldii.tii.ln* nr ciiNiiaeil airl'** wanlrolm i"n*  a'ata nr-hnw ninnv of inch 'llffinn, -ii-  lli-li*? V    II    I'  Your qni'Mlo-i Is a very aenernl nm*.  for IIIu |n ,i-in,-i;lh>- lilltle'H wiililrulii* iilei  II,i'*n ilopi'inw tuilrely upoii ln*r i-i,ili"ti  in life. As I ,l<* tint know Imw ntun  you expect to entertuin ur ha entertained.  I cin,mt any lUllnliiily linw tunny thing*  ynu  will   neeil,    I ,lli'-lil,lf dim. n  nf  en, 0  plei'ti   uf   iitnli'iKui'inent    i������   gen'iiillv  ,,���������,,, r   '       ,   '      , ��������� . I   ��������� ,        ... *  A   drcNa   for ������".������'ry   lime  ot   dny   la  .1  i.e.'i- , !��������������������������� -n .,, *. , 1., ���������.'.������������������,'.������������������ ���������  suit,������,*u ufternonn kuwn nml nn even-  lug guwn. A nut tu lie wm 11 w it li e.n.l,  ono |a needed.  /// an F.nltridinn.eiit  r>i*nr Mra. Ailitma  When a iranilcman ,������ ���������������h *������n ,,,,,'������ at  an n,11 im,iim, l,i, n���������.iii,i i��������� ,\,i .,, i*i-  twein lhi.m*f I'Kllt'I.tJXUlV  No( the Utiles should alt side by ai le.  the gaiulemnn sitting healde Ilia imiy  who laat mitcred the sent.  Two Admirers  rt-mir Mra. Adama, .      ,  ���������  I   am   nn   ������mu���������-,Iv������   **oi,n������   It Iv   of   11  yelra of i,a<     ) Ik.* ,���������������'������ ������������illenm ol, nta  ull,,    *,.   ���������,    1,     .,,,.,       ,.,.,,'     '��������� ���������  m iiiiirh. in I.-,,, n���������,| in,,- k>-u 'iH'^ U I  so nn, wiih tut ,ihi-r. *ifi, I ,"'' ,"'-v*  ��������� hill 11. ,!,. 11, ititw. id,,,, 1 .,������������������), 1 i-v ' ���������  '���������I. ,', I,,,,. ,...,, r>1.,,,,,>, ,h. .������,.������. , ,.������> --.*  ��������������� Mrll aa Iln  ,,||,ir.  1 ,,111 1* fii.ua 1.1 ,*������v,ii������ a P'tf, rl������p i>������*,*  for a rlrl frlen,1 ami ,,.*o't ������..,���������' **��������� ���������- '������'���������'  ���������rllhar ef ���������>��������� n.tn.   1 n...i������������,������ 1 ������<*i'.t t������������a  Miea'a left mile HlVKKT HIXTt*.I������V,  A ,mi,1 HlmHid 'ihvnvB wnlk 111, thnt  able of li|f vMiiiuiu euiiipuniui! op wlueh  he enn turned hci* lliu grciitesi priitec-  tint, from ,li,nHi.|> nr obstiuli's. Then.-  fui'v hi,*, may be on his right ur lift  side.  XCEWDINCU.Y ,Tight wan Mr.  Stork, Such, at least, was lili  own opinion. And he thought  Mr. V'ellcun as stupid us he deemud  himself clever,  "That old trick my ancestor played  upon this fox, when thut iniKentleiniinly  fellow invited hlm U\ dine, shown the  amount nf bruins w������ Btorlt* Imve,"  ssW ho to hlnwolf.  In his conceit the stork Imagined ho  could piny Iho sumo trick tipmi tlm  pelican, Bo the next dny Mr, I'elh.nn  received fin liivltutlon to dine with th"  Stork.  When the I't'llcnn arrived for illnuor  he wiih i,,ni.������eil to nee the I'mil piu.'.'d  In vnaes iind other vnnnnl., Willi li/iig,  nllni ii'i'k,,, when, he could nut i<o������*il-  bly ri'itcli :i,  "Why don't ynu ent? Why iluu't you  citi?" inslslet) the Rtnrk, cluukllng in  hlmnelf in mischievous glee. .  Mr.   IVIIenn   Kiui'tl   ,������ilfir,iily   u,   l^aa*'*  linnt.   Then lu' wild:  "I'm nut Iningrv J11 hi now, tiittiik .vou.  p������*'  Engaged Man's Trouble*  Iii or Mr������. Adnma,  I nm in aiunewiiii o' i\ pr^'Ileimin, nml  am t-'dns in nak sii'ir inlvlrn, 1 itm a yiui.g  man of *jn vi*ma of iik������ und my empK  in.'iil luket im out of iho illy about unta������  niilf of 1 iih hi.mi,1 I am, nnd Imve Imii  fur th������ l������������( (svii wnra, Ktigagrd tu a >uung  lady nf ���������,*,,. who oh,1 eta vnrv nenh tn my  being mvny m mu1*) mill wlei Imlaia tin,  1 wive up Hi, ii,,nlll,in, allll'iUKh ��������� ta i)UIln  iidvun, iici'iia, HI** |* ault-i di������aailifl*,| N,.  <a,l������f t <*i,\n',l mil iv tier f,.r a yi-������r or m,  Atnona my vonnu Iflv filnela la a ivl  VUll'lll I I,lie *,'i> UlUlll .mil win, 1 l.uw,  i*\������r> ii'llHiU lo lull, ve Ihlnka vi-iy vv������ll ���������f  ma, Ww* l������ not vm la, and la l*ner anlie.1  for nie na fnt ua ,1 nnn'runiinl. >','-, ,������ '"'ii-  .HI. ���������!,    I   l,,,v tlii'   kill  I'i  ������,i' 11,   I   nm   *l,.  liag'it, but nm afrol,| I can t.-ivar mike tn-r  lliipiiV.     Whlll   ���������*>  Hi 1,1   atii'illd   I   '������**',    ��������� -   ���������   -  ita'ilni two |i,U ��������������������� cone  ... .      ..   ii������ t.ir  11 in -.,?  t-Ni)i-:i.*iiii:i)  Hnve n hetirt-.   h-nrt tolk wllh >',���������,������  tluinei' nml  try  lu i-liu'V  her  Hint <i|i"  fi,llltill le V,ilH,lH lu 1,1,1 til* it little HIII'll-  lite,     i'ollll   tllll   tit,'   UII,'l.>Ut4i),lUlllll|)l HN   uf  HUliitf Hi yuur bfi-nlil piiillliiii A few  Wtel a uf ubaiMiee wiw only nii*.,,,a thut  vou will aiiiui im* In 11 tatalilii'i 1,1 mm ry  in 1, VMi'it-ir ,������ 1,1.11,,.<   >,,  1 -, ,  ���������  1,111111 nn Inili-tlntte ,iu*t,\m,,eine,it  nf till)  V,'. tllll,lg   IM),  I       Taking a Hoy's Arm  11,-ar Mi.   .V.inri.  TAKINtl  HIS HIIAIli:  It tu I'll inka my altare of the dinner  along Willi mt������, to ent at some future  time,"  Tims aiO'luK, he iJinticd lib, iiil'iil" 1*  Mil, atowial therein all llm vitmti* .uu-  talnlng fiaal, and calmly wnlkeil nw.ty,  Mr, Htnrk bruga tin muie iiinmt lua  eluvi-rnwa,  ,';,..v  *i>rtr, la It propar  a   itlrl^      la   f���������������r  Icy'a arm ���������n ll,.' ������,,.���������,"  ;'. linw* rriKiiv ,Intra -'t  f-ip a l-ov le rail in  llmaa !,������, ofirnT  t. Is It pro|*r 10 aland on a aiiaat ������,.  mr and talk 1*1 a l^iv?  4. How lata I* It t*ru|*r thut a ������������,y ������all*r  ��������� hi'UliI any? If I,. iliv. -,,'rv Ul''. flew  inn ynu lai hlm k,'*-* th<*i I* l������ time fur  him lo haval lili������������\VN KYI*  1. Not   unlJaa   ������i,^   la   In   very   great  need ul Iiih wfMKt.ui* *  1 He   ahnuiil   nut   mil  *������ o\\*n   that  h#   t������   tnmle   eiinH'l-vii'ii"  t*V   bla  vlatta.  luul   litii,-������ ������   *,   a ������v������ ���������.a  t.it...,   ,������   w  It   il>,i-a  iiui  ,;in   11   *.'"   ,-i'i'h  ",������������������  vorttirilty foi other *,igan' ni'-n-a  *. It   ia   n,������*������t   ������ni*r,*i^-i*   1"   ",.<���������*���������  ���������* r    ������ t  .un"  !*,-���������    ',,i,   :-i '.1,  \\*v���������ii vita niiiii- mv 1.  :.,. ,i ���������  ���������������      1      ,,....1    I-,   ,,.*   1    Si  l\,,\,    It    i������    4    i'lM.I IV    * *'i*l' ,  I,      ;    >,   ���������  , ,,   .,, ,,,,   ,,.<>!  "    I   ;l   .",'.V   Pali   on   ,,i<   ������si  V. ,, ���������!     ���������,!'*      I, 10'iV*'     , '���������,   Hi*.  ,     .   ���������   ���������   i ,,.,':���������  .   -IM, r    "  CIli  ia natmal , Jli  ,1  ,!nlli   in null.  '1- III- f*l,*f*  **  <   11'in   ,nn  Hi.AUitri* n  ll 1.1.1,   in* ymi i|��������� 11,,1  a'.'-- ymir hnlr  |u >[,. t   .ti en, i���������>      i cry   ii,������v   tiiuab  11  1 hum if,hi;,   fifim  ,,i,- Hi-ulj, iluvvn  tu tl,a  mi t  ������������������ ..it.; 1 hi 11  umicigt. ih*- *��������� .*t|i w.Hi  tba tipi of t,i# firinera     -.Vli.tn waahlutr  n> it. ul mill h pinch of waahtn* *"*l.i  lu H>������  *A'n,**r.  Wl.������'h ir,u������l tiaatn ta airetltnt fnr a  1      - * ,       '   1  wi',  ,11,'   ..tun. 1*1   ���������**-������  Itrowtti nf   ,.,*r  Tn r������m������*w the tart marks u������# ������,��������������� foi  i....,., ��������� 1,11. ,1  , r, ,1 *,. 1   ...     ** *  iiimva  Kit'*  mav a* v**A for *a* T  --a?**  ���������V. < W.}.r ���������.-.���������������������������"��������� *������*;F^$>4i,f.f.*t^!WAvm.fl ' . ������������������'.JJ  r������B-ME%tSi\aus4B#RLAMt>, nniQi4wGatAJii������ni-&, V  ������ When . Mj .4a������^t  v.;  are now established in'our.-������ew-premises <aud  invite yout inspection of our stock. ...iye'thave  just .opeued out a-new line of   * ���������  fc! HRE88ER8 and?jSTANOS */: r *������tiitt PER  IS ! Ranging in PriCtt,Rrom,   fUaWfl^ser-.  Our stock is now - LARGER i aud  BETTER AS- \  SORTMENT.IN ALI* LINKS".than ever .before.,,.  The: Furniture' Store ;  AaMcKINKON,^  McPhee Blork/nCumberland,, B.O; ' \  =3  VOU *5A LK���������2 h������u*--es 011 Win-:  denuere Avenue and 2 houses on  Third Street.    R. Grant vt Co. .  mm\m**9wm**%,.t  and;vWto:,,you;iR ...  , -fpt       l*  ''    '    By request of a number, or, bis-  Wanti^ VOPJUElgtregnlar.cnstomers,. W. Jy  Ooard,,  the well, known, piano, t.i?nar. is  on a specio-l,trip hew pow., ,,  I.eive,ordw,,at this oflice4*  andid ll$tsc^pb-  2S  Locals.  FOUND-���������One ��������� large- wooden  taiibi'-uboiithalfiift-niile'off Shelter  Puiaty'on. June  let.' Own or can  liavtVrfauie by paying expenses.- -  Ale>t; ���������Salmond, Combs, ji������. G.  S-pe-G.'C Se-gr-uve if you -want  a I'taiiO,* Organ,' Sewing '���������Machine;  iigHtit for ail sorts of musical, -in-  sirtwieutP, .Cumberland,- B* G.     .  Mr. AV. J. C-roardv* the'reliable*  pi mo tuner, is* in our-itiidtHt again*.;  Jk- tiiis is a special trip all orders  f rt work must be left,.at the'Of-  ji't'iof t*lioiNKWS,*.as. eoothast .pos-j  t'Oli-t''.  ;   '   .  The CaymaniPlaj'ers have awi-v*  TTTnT tnwFTHd^i iha ppeiftrni tv*-t he  Cui I'friand Opera Ilo'.n-eon Wed  (ts-itM-y    *     of this?   ���������     week,  1  ���������Mm  m\  I   City Council.  The City Council met in regih.*  lar session on Mondayevening,,  ���������there,l)eing present Aldon&������"*..,M-a-;  Leod,- Stewai'ty Browni.aud., the  Mi^'.or, .-  ... Tli������ minutes, of- prions.. j������eet~  ing iwe-ra rea*1 and adoptee}, i*  * i A coinniuuication \w;a8. received  from ���������ihcdevelo^fn^nt, League,  ���������asking if J- lie oity.. iaada'ecfcri.vad the  deeds of-raCre-atiou gro\uid!ir prom,  isefl byM\r..iDia|smuk, 6-c-nWintiuie  rigO.*, TheiLeag.ue^vvimbei iafonn-  >ed that de.edt>.htvv������,not.������,.s,.yut,peen,  received*."by tho-city*, ���������'  ��������� UoiukKiiuiicatk-*.'.. was..;j|oeeived  frqni'.iMi'JtiiJiui.tb",' ir?ueyiiig his  offer: j-ft-Giry Hdtaijnprpveinen.t.s,,  A eomniiitltse was>appotyted to.in-  'ferviuWuMi-.C'iirvHsi and ,report,:.at  ")I^cFiK"eBthi^;o t-eo u mihrrrr������������������~���������  Couirauuicatioiu was., received,  ��������� *. i .       ���������- ' ���������      '  fnim thu,\'icto,ria���������Cplou,ist, in. the  on the  in  CQmbtrlmdc  am mmm* majmjm mm a* ,m *���������������*,���������  ������.* J^?������J JV?-���������  NEW YORie  * *.*-  18THEBREATEf7-u.  THEATRICAL i P5|#PER  IH THE WORLD. ,.  $4.00 Per Year,   r?fee^#������|fe  ISSUER $$fl&J,i:iX  **���������  Sample Copy Fntef  FRAI^(0UEENPUB.'rCO������(Uo'  ambotj.bomb,., ��������� rtmLfsaBiis/..7-  mttutK.  ^U������ w,ii3T*a 5>.r..^'sw*^ibr.  ���������'-J-..**  tf-v  ;Z'l TowPlete!^i*^^ ���������. I  .; J buying 4, opp.^cre^pfB. C. fruit^ipid^ #50.061 cash #>'^*  ?,' * re^l^i *^??^l^e.^0^��������� ifPlf^kriI.S2"C'or' pros-^'!^'  pectus and f,ijlltpaftici,il^,toxth(e  -iii.-.  >,1'icing"Ihe laughable comedjv  -ToaC,������By.5?    look out; i,.rl;m^t('r o������ .^wcharg^ fer jjdver  "-i.% 1 id.  ���������������������������   .������������  l-.l,������,..������������������     u������������������a   -. w-  'r-)w" -������������������*��������� -vi3  ���������.Fi������<T  Jepson arjivedin the  '. hit* -week-on n busi-ne-b't-ip. ������������������,  "Itt* 0it t*put of ooal from   local  ������������������je.-vfor t.hi  l, ,,.^58',ton3..  tisiug, statjiigithat tliey bad, only  elnti'ged .the*.regular, rate. , It v*i*.s  '{nw\',ed,by AJd,,, Mvl^op). seconded,  by! Aid.-. &tB������'ju*i;ntiiat,���������t\(.'evlw.i.t.. ,b.e,  uaid-^cwried,  twelfth tof My Mebr������-  ������������������"^tioB-rrr���������^  Nantji-tjn), Jjilyj 19*. -rttTlie-y^os  tem  KnvtCp'npCi;}' -.,*?? thK^city,  has soi<i^.������t Ms t"lnl?i5 il-  flvTau^ji-  ind to. a^litiifih-syndicjat^napcofd-  ing to a^vic^s.^wiv.ed^qijay. fjjoni  San Fi'iuieisco. ,. J'oh**i L. ^'.to\y������i;(|  president, of,the -W.e^erii, .Fjjeil-yip,  returned .to  ,San. ,F:*anc.isep1K,^st  week from* Europe, where  ,it   \*\  said   he jfpnipl^od .^he-deal Jori-  the stile t*t\.l'>i;itii'sli capjfc^liijt^, vAs!  nearly as cjni he lenri,ie,d;tlie(-t;,ota^j  liniouiit paid totlip^ugl'is^-pyjitli.,  eate for thtJ-^olili^gs ajid aequ^e-,  uieiits  of t,h,e J-esten*- Enejl' Qo.,j  was tlie,,s'.|m ,of tliw*e mil^P^ \})\e  hundred thousand   dollars. ,..,Ther  tirst pitymqi^, of ' fffjy. ,,thopsjj.pJ  _ doljars. \%.,\o hq followed by   the  Ktymeiiti.of t,lj^rbqTan^nTf~tl^a^ppF"  I, B. X?.  4  t  e  } ^���������%%Ht*H������(t#4<i*^t1l*.'-^^  ���������  rpi ..������     j   _j    i     V*      .- .1   chtiso price ..before.tlio   expirati  ..Tlia'twf>*ii*rt*ar*q<i.au(l,tvr.ent-ieth   ���������-.,  f       ..���������..__.!.  !iiiii-iv'eiifi.iry-(L,f the-ipattle* pf the  Boyne was..qelebrated/.iri ;a. litfjist  ouecessfu-l-niH1 itver  by 'lite ' Lucul  'Orangemen,, on Tjiesdayilnst.,  Thg.J^rnioat ^tpll ,.far short of  Af\^^>^M^iit^^ ,: ^^y>^^^^  Merchant  in!-?Cs- for'the month .of Junej wns-j,  " ~ ' " ' /,'_'"',.   ',   " i..''T"'T"l heVft.1  ,iev; I*. Mcliuyrc, of "Mooro-,  ] v.-id, ���������Mimiesofa, fourtven , years  ; ;:<j Masior  of  the - Presbyterian i  en urcli here^ is. il������,  town ���������.*��������� renew'  inyiold acquaintances."*  Mr. A. M. Boyer has resigned  iisi position as priucipal of Cum  Communication ./.was,, ���������.���������������sc������lv������clutl.,e'. fri'4-iiKrei#giJvi,"^,AlW',Pi,dfir  fi'oiii.BycoiirCrawfci'dwrofusing ,,to  pay a.peddlhi'b. license.. t-Tiie. t-iiv  wi^.gtft^i^aladvicuiii the iiiatter-  ��������� Coiiinintiietit,io;i .wugureceiyed  from,, sewer Qoutwwtm*, Sinclair,  j.'������^.i������;,V- .*,%���������  ���������eque^fcing. ijmt. hia ,,$5t)0,depu?it  '.hb<juo.burt'Hu*ned..-Mf. S.in.<jU\ir,>  ;A session ,^f ,tlte,-]odgui,,was  holll atJ 10 a.tin., alter.>vhich the  p^raC'Hat^asvl'p.rivi.ed, bjcing headed  by 'Matt Pjerifyv, as.yii'i^Hed, marsh .al,|,ii  of the present mopth.    The ^.e^,.j^* oauital $5,000,000,u Reserve |5,700,000-  , ���������1.,..      ,. r',     iti    1 CUMBERLAND - T������   C '       : ^-"  tion   ot   one million five hundred !f | vl  "'''   |;" " Bub-Braaches at Courtenay and Union Bav,  tlio*ueand, dnlli(i*s.     Iminediat^lj; 1 i ���������:- - ��������� ������������������J���������'������������������ ''��������� ,",4>    '"-^  after the incorporation ,it wjaa^ay., ������ ;DBA������JSj-I$3#BD.J^  nounced thut.. tho   Western,.^^ J j \      " OV^^THE WUKI#I). "v  M  ������������������Tht������.wemb*ars,. pf Cum%land  Co,, Imd piirolmsed outright, ,1111  the real ,aiul jiers m^l ])i'ope(vty,,yf  the New ,yitiijCOUver Coal ife I^aud  Co. The liplijitigs of tfiisinCoin-  pimy in Naimiiuo consists o\ ,i}5f-  01)0 acres of the tjnest t:oaJl.,l,aud8,  iSPIS^^TOTTlpN.p^ld to KAVJNGS^CC^|r^ and i^v  jtorc-ii.Ali>t Cu^renf Hn*.o������ allowed on t Weposits of 5U.Q0 and uwwnrds  '^IIU^III  to receiptyt /loiuiwwj.vution  1  Accounts,,C ]1. Tiu-]>ulU3^.(  h.-rlaiid public-school.   His  re-iL, MeAiistem ,������7,(30,, .  ��������� i-imtion way read at a meeting .. Tlm .City. 'pimi. pres'*nu*d  lii<  of t'le fjcho'^l Hoard.ou,,.Tinlsdtty  fveiling.  ,  cheque had been. ret<,i.mwl,prey jou? W* Pomte^iay ,lodgeK, together  ���������vvithithe, j&lat'-ki Pre-aeptory, and  membprs e>f Vcnuig Britons,t for ,  tned ttJ)i? 1 procession^, \vhjch t '>vu^  ~A~  Mr. Bert Aston, -of England,  nt rived on Satnrday last and will.  he fy.iud at Mr. T.   U. McLean's  j'vyelryaua repairitig  establish-  juvjit, of which' he will ii: future,  hue Hie���������.nituuigenjeM, .Mr.-Mc-  l.eiijj o*A'iuy to ill ��������� health, decid  vi% 10 Uike it easy tor a whilo.,  "AVJiuve bc������n liiiformcd that  the, Kruscr River l.uimlei* Co,,  <oi,''.uuuy, iut,.*tid; in ,ihu neai  hiiure, buiiditif] ft niimher* of  tftudlitiKs, a Aloitv atid'rliurch at  t imp *\o. 8, which will be occu-  p'i'd piifitipally.bv FitfiichtCan  tiihuns, ���������  Iiui ������ yearly report, wjtie.li id iis.fyd  loiv������:. .  Total lhwjtf������,,.... 57-U*8.W.  -Tot^tl Kxpi-^dittim.,..$785,0.00  " j Cv<:<Utiti&k,Wu ilili^m  'Tho aboyn .atatexi'Dt .includes  teiiehui'ri salan'.w.,.ttvtl,.SjSlOQU, oaid  1 -   *  on the hank ii"er<lriiJ't,  The u-iiiien* fur.stiiinping wow  opuiifid and aro ua follow*)'.  Football, Cup iTie^i  Kntries nre  |*equested  ,to be  heitded.byj,Uie .city-  banil. nml i made , by   the  .various , footbal),  mawhdtp  tfie-.p^ivecreption, clubs for-lhe P������P tle������,/or   (lie  groui'4������.  Speec,hef||Werc(ileliv'fr<fadrapt^p  present season.   Th?im ajx- three  cups to be cotji,pete,d ,f!)r; the Mc  i^>.l^l!'^|PP  pri^,for t)ie occasioiv by :>,thcj I.eod-Maxwe31 ^Sup, .the ,<?havity  Kevereiids,^e:na1vJ,,Lafreii'f and C������p and Uie |vesley t.Cup. Mr.  McQilliMWy af Jjie ,g,round!j. Kesley has &otisei|ii(ed to .extend  , In the afternow, aVuift pro-jthe condition, (or ,1m /.nip to  train pf apcrts was disposed of. j,llti Cotirif|iay.,el^,plo\ig ,yri������h  The prise hy Mr, <$toddart for |,He othev tW0-*������P*     The Char  thu winner of  niu.t evgjt^ \va5irv <-"1* tits uiust ��������������������� be  played  ���������^������������������.������������������ii.M.M^������*������W."l.������������"������M������MM������M������^������^P^������IP"l������M>^M������l������������������������l������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������^^���������^���������^l  '   ��������� ������������������    ���������'*.������**������..��������� *v'*i*'������*r-.^ ���������,,������'.������.,,���������      :,...<..)������.,���������, ,,'Mk-  For itumpitiu* from   'ihlrd   to j won by John Banueniian. , Iiu Cuink-rlHud. The other Cup,! ,|  Fi������h.Sti:eof,,A.' M������xw������ll, SiaO.UOJ    l��������� the . evening ilie-.fir-qmens ,k>;! svi11 Wtt>'?.d������for ,wher^ve>;| 4  hinn Uuiwiimir to Align. Avenue, j wej, lest was. wo������ hy team No. i,  A  Miuwolt Si JU.I'U.mV 1 (i-niiwisy j C. Harnhom, captiiin, iu 3^-J see-  mm  they ate tjrawn for.   The  en-  11,mice fee, to ^11   coyujetjili^ii?  1140.00 and 8UWW.i\ Monaco, loiulu, N'o ,T .tetitu   \V.V, llndfott \ wiU h> ^������'Same IW ,wl *>'Ct,r' *?'���������<  tor both.cuutrttum *l-W.Pa   Te...; captain, tiinert* sccoujls. ., I,C,,trics fgr,ttU }hree ',CS mlwt ^  der-on u.otio.i wen, Imd .aver niJ    Cumhc'rlniul,' defend ,Wy>hi l,1,e}w,^'������rfl0,e h^Ty f  til Wednumhty cvyt.i.iji, smith, at base ball, by a score, ,pf for  'K'k'rc >lt,,(ia>>  Jul>' i a4lU,������     _^__ v , ^^ ^^^^^^^-^-^  ���������leuilei,   ft   1iuHn,':;*nifor���������,s'i3-2.   The loe,i   acM , Joy,,; ������*'������  the, executive . will  meet     OSO^^^^  fro������| |?2o to S3s., s AH^Yvk Fi^^Cl^n,,^  Mr; J (5. Krown*, assistant to  Mr-1 (end tsott, Dominion* ,(i,*v-  .1 .imu     \* hitt'ct .ii .Viuiori,a>,  ������������������ ���������'.  :��������� mi un  l-'ri !uy   Uo-i, in  ������������������ "'������������������hf HtMinrtmeut., i'^'1*)'������W������'g  i ���������"'���������    ''rt   ���������,'���������������(   m.  rou o   lo|     *������*<������ uu**g ..w .  iii vet to mutual- foi.n.  ,?   iciepho������������e   ht*.*   to  He jcpoiij.  wero reeoived, and </., ���������*mJo,������ tlia|riWiii the Dr, ,UM,Spie (cup \>y^ ������'-'������l<';,^eildrawin,r.ri fyr.Jhe  uiMiiitiK ������* ��������������������������������� ������'������" Alofomi.l.1111.: defcutiiifc th������ 5j.;ml'.vi?k  team l,y ! HIU"e���������  . fhe .������xPcul,Ve, *WWW*  '.'.,      .       ,  L  ��������� .. ?f . ,   . <>t Presidtmt.^c-cretary ;i;td.Tn*������  til ������Mtrt>gu|ttr������iie������ilii������K������| cuuncil.la Hfore.oi .^tpo., , *,,v* ���������7;r<    ,r.  It ivns decide,! tu  hulii u hpetiitlj  inettlngot tlm euiif" 1   .n  Wvyj.! the,.Marathon .rape,,ior   which  j ^liere v;t*i;i* seven entne/v -^- J*a������-  .w '-   c,; '"���������'���������"'nun wiuumtfnUie rac*4 by.it  ic,,,c ,  .'ii,*:.  1 ul tin- i-ilimds.  ifo cattticii uujtjuitt"  ��������� ���������,. 1, .,������,,���������   1..  1  ^Jil *,,J|   .V .   -��������������� er  ,    Th,o^. wIi^j huj ,thf conduct-  Air. Colin IwiipUiU'jd.titiitly^jjg^of thcaffAir ������������ to be  con-  will itMt.uv.. t��������� Cotintvmy, ..titi^ynuyl^pd on the .spl^iifH t$nc-  **-   '"V," .��������� .���������; ���������*''*'*���������'' *"*r funv -pH 'heiref-  ,., ...      .. .'���������tia-r,   with .pne representative  ihemost iineresjVnj? mcp,vv.if,   "   ��������� Jr.'      '������������������   ��������� ���������*  " 'friv������ eacli,*?ptepnjj team.(M i hey;  will meet on the ,ibov;e  date  ai  the Uaijd Room, at 8 p, in.     A  -, ,-,r.;������<t (tu-iffiiioii is 1'iveii to,the  C't,')Mltu:iy <'V'h.   th.it   hftH   the  ���������good wi|(lics.of^ll   Soce^j* foot  ntt  bail playeuj in,town,  PIANO POLISH  Tr>(> l>Mi\levof tht<f ^oll^H.     It .will  mnktf your piano������ Organ or PuifttU '  ture LOOKJ^KB I^BW   ......  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Mr   Jo������rph Mel*hee   arrived;  weir on Stmdav ftorn a bust.'.;*,** ���������  \Ir*.  W-i������l������,   >  .   ������. *'������ t, ^ i .*������l, h'������i *  I H ftiqi* wi lm  *������������������������*.���������!,   -Vlr*>. VV,   ,mi������������ui<i. I" mit-,.,,% t!,r U WiJuil^ ,Cl������itft*<i������ f'u*|,yKrMti c-urcti tut I  Vein*|frid, ������I   thei S.mitWiUn.ij|.^ii|;M,nmii  v|m> h������������ divnwit *mnplr-������f  ttu'n'a%% ertm* ������l*y: Mr. 4������* I'-iH-r w** ������.  itm-M-n-^r  iM������.-|''i*l������> U-*. !-������|***������ ihi--r i������  ������ i������.i*t.,f *f tlj.������m*������������.   '*������ >vi,.,h\'. .,itt|;.'in^������tr^.-������ r^  Toinvest in any *wtjnd1lprppg|i|,{io^(,   TIMW-Ji  ! COAh, or AGHlC,i;^t;^AI^ANDSv '  ' Make n clear tfcctcb and wtj[t|{t.(vv%,in your(*^r������t|sIf*t:U������j|j  \{ you want n dc6;iitc fn*w������;r.  V/cstern Canada Investment Com^������nyt (  ������tiltt* 45, PJack Blook, Vnncouvwr, W,t?  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