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 /*ve^\a*w **������Ofy\  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District*  M  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C.,   TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 1910  vSuPScuiT'Tin.N $i.oc a Yi:ak  ������MWIlMNh0MMi  THE BIG STORE  <y������*iW^M������> 1 tt  SATURDAY JUNE 18th,  PIe-N������ERS, DAY!  tmmJ^f0m*^tuilmm*****si*m*r*r^ aet{t\  DON'T LOSE YOUR TIME  ahd temper fussing over '$ hot stove, come <  to us, for we have anticipated  your wants for the occasion  Aft********************  Cooked Hams ? Bonfeless Chicken        Dn'ck       Pigs" Feet ^  Libby's Devilled Ham aud Vienna 'Sausage  Davies' Veal Loaf      Roast Mutton        Canned Beef  '<  Lunch Tongue   Corned Beef *'"���������  Pork  and  Beans.  Crosse & BlackwelPs Marmalades in jars and tins  Wild Rose Honey   Canned Peaches   Pears   Apricots    Blue:!  berries    Pineapples    Cherries   Apples    Strawberries  ^      McI^Yen'rimpefiin'CK  PICKLES���������Too large an assortment to mention all.  Prepared Coffee and Lemonade   .   Fancy Cakes iu bulk & tins ]  Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.  s*..t..t..t,.t..t������.t..i..t..f ,.i..f..t.if ..ti.!  m I I'I I r'i'IT'l"!"!"!"!"t 1 T 1 ��������� ��������� III  Simon Leiser & Go., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave, Cumberland.  We have taken the second floor and in-  : tend carrying a full line of  \ FURNITURE,    LINOLEUMS  i  etc., on   this floor,  with rial 1   line  of  : STOUES & SHELF  \ - ''   -      ������v .     -, 0. '    '      "i- , *  oni the grbuild floor: we will be able   to  supply;; ajlv your -requirements.  -ATTHE  THE CORNER STORE  ial For a  Men's Shirts, sizes 14 to 17  Values $1.25 to $2.00  All One Prioe 15c.  Men's Linen Hats  Values 60c: to $1.26  All One Price 15o.  o o o  We have some pretty designs in Stamped Linens & Muslins,  Also Large Assortment of Silks for working earae.  L  J.N. McLEOD  Dunsmuir Avenue, CUMBERLAND, B, C.  ������GXsXSSS������������������^^ 4)������������������<^������������gXSX!)������<^������������������^  MAROGCHI BROS  GROCERS   8e   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  Helpless People Hear  Prayers of Dying.  Thirty Employees of Montreal Herald Burned to Death.  TANK WHECKS BUILDING  Collapse of Reservoir on Roof ia  Followed hy Fire That Claims  Many Viotimi- Glrl������ Trnp.  ped Whllo at Work,  Mptitroal, June 18.���������Between 20  and 80 live* wero lost to-day, U believed, in a Are that deitroyed tho  Herald Newspaper bulldlfig, at tho  oornor of St, Jump* and McGill  firoeis. here this mrrning The rx  uot number of dead will probably  not be known until the de >/li hat  linen cloared away.  About 10:15 o'clock thl������ morning a heavy wntor tank that waa  on tho roof of the building broke  cund many of them through tho  windows*, but Phillin Guindon, one  of Ihe survivor*, states that many  wore killed.  Many blndory girls nnd linotype  mon   foil through the huge gap  in  the floors of the building and ware  burldd undor machinery nud tint  bera     Tho oaowdu nwombli-d out  i-ido tbe hurtling   building  could  hoar the shout, of tlii dying Inside,  while the flume* wero slowly trav-  ollii.it towards them, but prnotioitl  ly nothing oould be done to ruvo  them.  All the member* of tho editorial  detriment escaped uninju oil. The  ilmnes were con tl nod to the upper  flnoru of the building, but although  all the available! Are npartitu* wna  upod, it woe Impossible to contrrol  it  Tho property Ioib will oxoeed  $���������200,000.  thrnuph the five stories to the1 A social dance will be given  ground, Iu the rwuilai.t wreck -n ,he Agricultural Hall, Gour-  V'o aaa wae libera'ed and oaigbt teuay, on next Friday evening,  lira. The balding mi*- ublitz ��������� in a June* 17th, the proceeds of which  few minutea. will go towards the benefit   of  There wan at once a panic imong the Catholic Church. The best  Ihe employee of the various d* music procurable will be furnish  piirtn.onu. In th* hinderv mi the ed for the occasion, and every  Uh fl������H������r, many glrli were at work meau_ taken to make Uie cven-  ai.rf their return! waa out off by liro. f 1Ig a r-h^mt otic. The admi*.  IlctBieo with extemion ladders rea jg0Q wjjj ^ g^gg  I  Nbw Manager of  l8laad Oollteries"  Victoria, J uue 11.���������Mr. W. L.  Coulson, of Somerset, Pa��������� urriv.  ed in the oity last night, and will  take over the management of what  nro known ns the Dnnsmnir coll  iary interests on the Island, which  uru being acquired by Messrs Mac  kenaie and Mimn interests,  Ml', Coulson will make his  headquarters iii Victoria, aud will  hnve cdinplote supervision of tlio  work which' will bticarried on in  a much moro expensive manner  than under tho ree'dut' ownership.  In coiiv������r������atlon������\vith a reporter,  Mr. Coupon sthted that the big  coal deal would probably be con  ���������snmated about the middle of next  week, arid until that timo lie  would not say unything dotiiiito a-  b nit tlio devo'dpinoiits which were  in contemplation, Uo had already uwidu an extensive investigation of tho Comox coal measiuos,  and Had reported to the Mackenzie* and Mann inloi-osts, thu result  of his report being tho negotiations for the property which are  no\v about completed, Mr Conl-  Kim liuHoomu hero direct from To  1 olito, where ho was In conference  with Mr I). I). Mann, prior to  the latter'* visit here,  The now manager of iho collie-  ry intevrt-: iv, (Jim-lion b :\ ;.;!:;.  i'tgc.vjH.'il ttitli h������gu dj.pttr>t.(icu  in tho Poiinsylvitdiu collieries,  wliuro ho acted in advisory uapa.  city to many of the companies,  ills cxpei leni'u i������ ol tlio clwraeior  which warrants tho success of any  developments undertaken, and ovor the four nrtW irtines, which It Is  tiudi'i-HttiiKl tho new syndicate will  open   in tho Comox area, us well  dm   ovi'i* tJi-vmwieiiroH now   being  exploited,   ho wilt hnvo complete  I'.OIllMil.  Twenty-Five Livfls Lost anil  Many Injure!  Property Loss   Will Amount to  Over A Million���������Area Burn-  Over Greater Than Fire  Of   1889.  Seattlo, Wash., June 11.���������(Spo  cial to the Nanaimo Herald.)���������  Fire broke out at 1.1 o'clock tonight in the warehouse of Gal-  braith JJacon, on the Dockyard.  At an oarly hour this morning  the fire was ttill gaining ground.  Numerous cheap lodging houses were in tho path of tho flumes,  which were helped with a strong  wind, and these wore swept away.  lt is estimated that 25 lives  have been lost and many persons  injured.  Ambulances nro busy. The  loss will bo ImmoiiBO and tho nroa  covered will equal tho fire of. J11110  Oth, 188U, In that Hie the entire  section of the city was destroyed,  entailing a loss of millions.  At 1.H0 this morning tho flic  was still gaining headway.  At 8.115 n bilef message was received stating that tlio liro rhen  was   uudor control, and  placing  CUT GLASS AMD SILVERWARE  Tasteful and Desirable; Articles, Appropriate,  Ornamental and Useful. "  auu iNjavy goods  ���������A    ���������   HUGH BEZER, from Regent Street, London, Kr.g-'  laud,  is doing all kinds of hand eugraving work in   our  /store, so bring your jewelry, and have your monogram etc.  :. nicely hand engraved.  ; A special line of Dutch Collar and Belt Pins; the lat-  \ est designs from New York, will afford a great attraction.  Tiles'* beautiful pins are of a silver and gold satin finish.  ISach article is hand engraved, the eugraving cutting  through the satin, finish shows the letter iu clear bright  effect, producing a beautiful and artistic combination.  A special price for watches. Highest class work only,  At STODDART, The Jeweller.  Next door to the ttoval Bank of Canoda, Cumberland.  the loss at something oyer a million dollars.  P"  MoPariane-Pitat  A very pretty wedding was solemnized at Holy Trinity Church  on Thursday ovening last, whon  Miss Carrie Piket youngest daughter of Mr, and Mrs, John Pikot,  of this city, was united in marriage to Mr. Noel McFarlimo.  The bride was tastefully attired  In a travelling dross of navy  blue, nnd wns attended by Miss  Margaret MnKonalo, while Mr. It,  Bomei'villti supported tho groom.  The liapp) foiiplo loft on a honey,  moon trip by Friday's boat, ond  on their ret urn will tako up their  residence iu Cumberland. The  Nkws extends congratulations.  Victor Marliif-lll ban recently  purchased the Gatz boardiiij.-  hoiiMiimd fni'iiitiire,  wsamL9mk.MLwmm  ���������'Sliowef in Honor of  Miss Denton.  On Tuesday afternoon, tho ladies  of the choir of Graco Mothodi^t  church wero hostesses at a very  largely attended 4,Sliowor" glvwi  Miss Denton in honiir uf hor :ij-  proaohing marriage. The fiiu--  tion was given in tho choerlid  homo of Mrs, T. K. Banks, whii'li  was artistically decorated for tiie������  occasion with vory pretty viiit'H  uud plants,  Grnco Methodist Sunday school  will lioltl their annual picnic at  Hoy's Beach, on Saturday, dune  18th, The stages will leave tho  t'lmreli at'������and 10:30 a. m. All  Htsholnis ainl thoir parents free A  charge of 50 cents will bo inm.o  for nil ontsidei'f.  Me^r* A Dtint*m and G.   An  ��������� lul������*������t llHV|t ptttl'.llMMxl  \i,     Ktlltll-''  rtUtviiiobi.u.  Children's Wasf| Suits  Jerseys.& Jersey Suits  h<'>'  JUST IN���������Owing to the late arnvtl of r!i  goods wc hnve marked them at a small margin  above cost to dispose of them all this season. Make  your selection now while tlu*. stock and sizes are well  . , assorted, prices $1,50, 1.75, 2.25, 2.50 . .  Carpet Squares below cost all this week.  t  *.'  >!  f  p-     CAMPBELL BROS.     M1  fc,*^ir'ilHIWI11111111"1^^ K-jEa-.^yj^jae' "t-m- ������������������.-*������.?- ���������*** ***YTTl!m'MmmWnm THE   NEWS,   CUMBER! AND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  * His *  Courtship.  By HELEN R. MARTIN.  Anther of "Tillitt A Mennonite M������id."  Cupvrioht, 1907. ������������H Mctturr.. 7'h������������p������*C0.  W J  (Continued.)  CHAPTER XIV.  WI1KN Kinross opened Ills eye*  the next morning it was witb  ������������������t sense of pleasure (lis:*-  gradually, as full consciousness tame lo blm, assumed the form of  ;i desire lo continue his interrupted  talk of the night before with Kunlce.  As he lay on his back, his hands clasped under his head, tho impression he  ���������had received of the charm of the girl's  personality came back to him vividly.  He complacently decided that he  ���������would take the first opportunity that  day to see and talk with her once  more.  But the day passed, and the opportunity did not present itself.  In tho evening he betook himself t*>  the terrace liy the gate and sat waiting  for her to come out to him. Not until  his vigil bad reached the hour of 11  unrewarded did he give it up.  "She's afraid of Abe." lie decided as.  with a keenness of disappointment Unit  surprised himself, he went into the  silent house and sought his bed.  The two following days left hitn still  foiled of his purpose, lt looked as  though (he girl herself tried to avoid  hlm. Tho fact only aggravated his  desire to renew his investigation of  her. To defer it so long was like being  obliged to wait a whole month for the  next number of an interesting serial.  There were many things they had  not talked out that night site had come  to hlm. It remained yet to decide what  employment she should take up in  ~"teWtE���������*������������������ ������������������-������������������-���������______  Kinross had usually found that his  Interest in a woman was in au inverse  ratio to his iutitnacy with her. The  charm of mystery or elusiveness  quickly vanished on a closer view. But  here was a case in which what at first  hod seemed a perfectly obvious character grew niore mysterious and therefore more interesting each time she  opened her lips.  As a diversion from his irritation at  bis contluued failure to see her alone  he one dny <-gtied Mr, Moiiiltigtnr's  permission to sleep thut night in the  haunted p������rt of the bouse.  He was surprised nt the effect his  simple request produced. The farm  er'a wife turned white to the lips and  trembled so that she had to pause in  lier clearing of the dinner table aud  jiinU Into n chair.  ��������� -"You couldn't hire rae with dlmons  to go nenr there!" she gasped. "Antl  1 wouldn't be doln' right to leave ynu  be so venturesome If yon don't know  better yourself."  He had lingered after tho rest hnd  left the dinner tnble to put his request,  and lie wns alone with her. With his  usual contempt for feminine logic, hu  would not wnsle time in reasoning  with bor on the point tit issue, bill at  once put to her the one argument  which he know could scarcely full to  ronvlnee her. "I'll pity n dollar extra  board this week for the privilege," lie  Sttld. Hellene? In dealing with Mrs.  Morningstar would huvo been fasting  pearls.  "What tnr do you want lo do some-  pita that dangerous?" she Curiously Inquired, weakening In her resistance, ua  he was sure sho would.  "I never met n ghost, I'd find It Interesting to mako Uio netpttiintiince of  one."  He suddenly started ns lit* became  aware of Oeorglana's presence in the  kitchen, ftho had come in at the dour  behind lilm nnd hml walked Into lite  room before he snw her, He cast a  liaaly glance upon her in find evidence  et her havlug overheard Ills remark,  delivered In his unttiral tone and Inn-  gunge nnd not lu Unit of his assumed  character.  tlut Oorglana was not observant, |  File gnvo no sign of having heard hint  as, funning hor heated face, she languidly rested on the hlg wooden set-  tee. (infsy followed ami ant dov.ii  beside her.  "We've decided It's loo hot Just now.  at noon, lo walk over to the woods.  We're going to tied tintil lis cooler."  Oeorglnnn nnnouneed. "Why. whin's  th* matter, Mrs, Momlhgsiitr'/" Au>  Asked, for the landlady still looked  pale In spite of ibe proflerwi nirn mi,  tat,  "An yon and Pele having n rnwV"  asked Hslsy, with relish, flinging n  greasy cushion off tho settee to u chair  serosa Ihe room,  "Oh. me nnd Hoc we're bavin' u debate! He wants lur n* steep in tw  haunted room oncet. | nln't In Mr It  ttineb. nut," she snld doubtfully, "I  guess | mast give in, too, sceln' he's  premised n eitry dollar on Ills Imnrd  fur the chanet."  The girls stared, pnw.led, nnd Kinross had n look <>f U-itit*, *���������.rtur.-l Itttt  even in his annnynnre tit such n "trite  away" the udded llvi'iim*-*-* ������*c #.'������>r  giana'a face in If* nice *<*lf forgetful  mm nnder her momentary surprise  was not lost upon him.  "Hoar-It   I**** lw V������f board?" ff*k  ml ttabty. butt reaching for her not#-  book.   "A farmhand Isn't hoarded"  Mr* M������*w!uii*Ur '-''*' ������������������<infu������*"������  ������Oeb, 1*0*,* she atammert-d, Itm. ������ ���������*  bod? to answer 'enil Welt. f������ t*������  wire," *t*e added. I������*c������intii*.' rc-mn .���������  fni. "a farmhand's tn-urd i* ������<.������nte������l  aa part pay."  "IIuw fi-.ie of jw, Peter." ������>.������;d ������>or  glana enthusiastically, "to rise above  this sordid, superstitious fear! Your  spirit of inquiry, too. is fine. I am  glad you are undertaking to do this.  Peter. I believe we can rise to a plane j  where fear Is entirely eliminated." j  "There's a moose," remarked Peter  experimentally, pointing under the i-et-  toe, and simultaneously the two girls,  with genteelly repressed shrieks,  sprang to their feet  "It ain't uo such a tblug!" Mra.  Morningstar indignantly denied the reflection on her housekeeping, "lt ain't  no mices ln ray house. A mousy house  ���������that there 1 don't bave."  Daisy, holding her skirts high enough  to revenl her pretty ankles and dainty  shoes, und Georglana, trembling, stood  out in the middle of the room,  ry   tbnt   even   tlie  fact   of  the  farmhand's idling in the kitchen while his I  employer  and   fiunice   worked   In  the I  fields escaped their notice. j  "Yes. it was our Kunlce." Mrs. Morn "^  ���������ugstnr answered, "but that don't come  In yet.  I mustn't get ahead of my nt->  ry.' Oi'cet when I could hear they was  ������������������rappin' I peeped In the keyhole���������not  irmt-1 wanted to be Inquisitive, but a j  body likes to know, too, what's goin* j  hi in their own hotel. Well, that there (  woman could have easy got,a divorce i  cheap if she's of just brang up some 1  it-marks where he made,"   " |  "What remarks?" inquired Kinross.  "Why."  she exclaimed,  "ho run at {  Iter wllh a razor!" j  " Remarks?" he questioned hazily.       j  And me, I hollered and run.  And it  WHERE WINTER IS WINTER.  "Is mice eliminated from that there , wa|> Jugt thc next ���������lght the crime was  plane you referred to. missus?" Peter; (,oimul, u was the 27th of luly We  inquired. ��������� ( Wils W1]|e(j j0 u,e room by the scream-  In" of the little baby, and we had to  break the lock, and there we found the  j woman dead in her bed; lyin' In a pool  J of blood, and the man he had Hew!  ...  .      ,      ,      ,. ���������    ^    There was a envelope pinned to the  creatures that haunt the place    Qeor-, lm,    w���������h fiome money ,n ,t-   We  rinns  Answered, still  holdlna hurh  ber    ^^   [(.   ^  mean(.   ^  tf> pay   ^  Georgiana's  smile   was  wan.  you mean to be facetious, Peter?"  "Supposin'   tlie   haunted   room  mousy," he suggested.  "The  mice are no doubt thc  'Do,  is-  hlgh her  giana answered, still holdin  skirts.  "Yon will find out lf yon try sleepin'  there." Mrs. Morningstar warned tbem.  Daisy dropped her skirts after a cautious glance around her and took up  her  notebook.    "What are the  facts  "A   mousy /iou������e ���������Mtot there   /  don't  how."  about the case?" she asked, with  a  one where would keep the child. Well,  us we didn't give no one else the  chancet. Me and pop we. tool; and  kcp"'(he child." '  . "How much money was there?" Inquired Kinross.  "That ain't neither here nor there,"  she answered curtly, coloring and looking uncomfortable. "It wasn't so  wonderful much, considerin' all the  trouble we had to take raisin* the  child and the trouble we're bavin'  now." site added vindictively, "with  her ruuufn' after our Abe the way  she's doln'. To be sure," she conceded, "we didn't raise her the way her  mother was raisin' her. I never did  see a baby tended the way she done���������  n clean white dress every' day���������now  mind! Yes, indeed! Oh. that baby  mustn't never get dirty when ber  mother had her! She must be, clean  nil the time aud get washed all over *  every day. mind you, 'stead of oncet  r week, like us country people does to  our babies. Then she practiced this  nere hy-geen on it���������she must scald the  milk to foomgate the germs, or whatever���������and-wash-her���������mouth���������und_gy������s_  with borax water. You wouldn't believe au.vbody'd lw that dumm to take  all that there trouble, would you? But  that there's hy-geen. I hear lots of  towners believes ip this here Ity-gecn.  Well.-after we found the dead corp In  there I wouldn't do. it,.to.sleep at the  hotel till nfter the funeral was. 1  i slep' to the neighbors'. Tbe news of  ; the crime got put out all over the  country, and we had n wonderful big  funeral. But not one mourner."' she  added In a shocked toue. "not one  L-rupe weil! When there ain't no crape  wells it don't remind me of a funeral,  lawyer-like eye upon Mrs. Morningstar.   nln't not?   Well, the prencher be hnd  "I'm awfully stuck on psychic phenomena."  "I don't know right what you moan."  Mrs. Morningstar hesitated. "Is it that  yon want to know what it makes In  the haunted room?"  "Yes. Whnt has been seen there and  by whom? And what Is tho story of  the room? Usually there's n romantic  legend attached to a placo believed lo  bo haunted,"  Mrs. Morningstar was usually garrulous enough and liked nothing better than to gossip of her own and her  neighbors' affairs to an Interested listener. Rut she did not seem to greot  these questions with her tiKttnl readiness,  "It don't come 'easy to mo to tell  about what happened there, fur all  I'm used to It fur some twenty years  now, If 'Eunlco wnsn't workin' out  with pop and Abo this aftor In tho  Ileitis over I'd change tho stibjee'." sho  snld, using tho phrase with a self  conscious nlr of employing elegant  lungtiage, "fur us we don't never 4ulk  anything before her nbout what happened upstairs thoro: It's near twenty  n wonderful solemn sermont, 'Chore  wns two or three sayed to tne nfforward how they felt under his seriuotit,  and one sayed how she liked to hour a  solemn preachlit' like histi on a I'tttterul  so that her heart gets affected.  (To bo Continued.)  A CARELESS REMAFK.  Jab at Salvationists 'Helped to Defeat  Labor   Lawyer  O'Donoghue.  It does not pay for politicians, to  speak carelessly, and it certainly bo-  hooves the man seeking tlio popular  franchise to treat tho Salvation Army  with respect. Mr. J. Q, O'Donoghue,  the barrihtor who ran tor South Toronto on tho Labor ticket with the  Liberal organisation at his hack, says  that ho mado this discovery when ho  went down to detent botore Mr. A.  Claudo Macdonoll, M.P., at tho last  Federal elections. Two or three years  ago ono or two no-called socialists,  who wore merely malcontents with  no formulated economic viows of nny  kind, got into trouble with tho police  by   insisting   on   addressing   publio  ponoo upsmirs more; us near twenty., ]nyMi[      ftt*ltroot cornor8 ft;a Vd,.*-  one years bnck a'ready.  Rutileoshe j,     toBmov<������ on when rudely intor-  was just a littlo over a year old."       ' rupte(j by th0 men in uniform. They  8ho sat down (o toll hor story, nnd i w<)ro ftrrnsto(l and wore defended by  Oeorglnnn nnd Daisy returned to the ; Mr, O'Donoghue, who in counsel (or  settee, the hitter with her notebook j most labor sympathiser* whon they  open on her lap, \ gut into trouble.   In tho Pollcu Court,  "We wero Iteepln' hotel here nnd we ' in combatting tho allegation that  had a-matiy eotnow nnd goem. Hero | these orators wero a public nuisance  one day n couple come, a mnn nnd his j Jf thoio doing business in the vloin-  missus and their baby a year nnd a I ft *}. ">������������������'.J^t Xm ������  half old. Tbey wns tony people-that I | ������ ������JJ sXftt .Trmy wi. "' u  must glvew'em-.������nd the? hid money a , ��������������� J"��������������������������� ttJ^Vffit SfSl  plenty. They sayed they'd slay a , Tho rMmrk Wftli modo ofl )m,)(i wl1h  while, Iteln' na they liked my cookln', ; ������������������ ,lo()|ro U) offend tlie religious con-  though to lie sure they didn't eat much, ��������� vietions of anyone, hut with a view  neither one of 'em, The missus was 11{, helping hi* client*. An evening  always wonderful pale and she never paper, however, lining short of a nuli-  conld fetch a smile.  Hhu was always  ject took it up editorially, and a*l  London  Sphere   Publishes   Appreciation  of  Canada's  Climate.  One's first winter in Canada is an  ixperictice that will ever conjure up  memories of glittering scenes of snow  and ice, of tobogganing, snow-shoeing,  sleighing.''carnivals, and other winter  sports which have lost none of their  popularity, and have made Canadian  winters so popular. Sir Wilfrid Lau-  rier, speaking of the glory of Canada,  recently said in a.speech at Toronto:  "The Canadian winter is the glory tf  Canada. I do not know anything so  beautiful as a beautiful winter day,  not perhaps such as you have in Toronto���������you cannot have everything in  fotonto���������but like we have in Ottawa.,  in Montreal, or in Quebec, where the  ray,, ol the sun glisten upoir the white  carpet, which extends-as far as the  eye can go towards tbe horizon. There,  is nothing quite so beautiful unless  it be a beautiful winter nieht when  the bluest of skies is studded with,  millions of gems never seen to such  advantage in any other country."  A great feature in the fun' of a  Canaoian'winter is the ice carnival,  when .lie inhabitants all vie with oik*  another as to who shall do the most  for the occasion. The streets are profusely decorated, buildings and for-  tresses of glistening snow are erected,  arid statues are carved in ice.  In the evening everywhere is illuminated, and joyful processions of jubilant snowshoeri,' eaoh carrying a  torch,, file through the streets! filling  the night with xhm shouts of triumph and their songs. Most of the  athletic clubs in Montreal relate to  winter sports, such as the St. George's  Snowshoe Club, Le Trappeurs, and  hosts of others. The Montreal Amateur Athletic Association numbers  over 2,000 members, and exists chiefly  for the promotion of snowshoeing in  winter und lacrosse in summer. It  has an excellent club-house in the city  where snowshoeing excursions by the  members are usually followed by a  supper and dance. Another Canadian  winter amusement which is extremely  popular at Toronto is ioe-yachting.  The. hull of the ice-boat consists rf  two cross-pieces mounted on steel  skates, one of which acts as the rudder. ��������� Various. types of sail are used  and a great speed is attained. The  passengers lie down at full length,  and away they go, dashing along as  ���������if'Ton-wings���������at���������an���������enormous���������speed  The sensation of thus flying over the  ice must be experienced to be understood. ,,  Of the many games and competitions which arc always going on,  hockey may be said to be the premier  winter sport of Canada, though th';  roughness which often accompanies  it in the full excitement of the game  tends to a certain extent to diminish  its popularity.  One must visit Canada to find out  what tobogganing and skating mean  in their perfection.���������London Sphere.  INSIGNIA OF ST. J3HN.  Hospital  Order   Is  a  Decoration for  Ambulance and Charitable Work.  This illustration shows the insignia.  of the Order oi the Hospital of St..  John of Jerusalem, which wns introduced into Kngland in the twelfth century. In 1330, when the Ordor wns  divided into eight separate languages.  England occupied the "sixtli'place. In  1830 it was decided to revive the con-  fraternity in Kngland in conformity  Like carrying a heavy pack on your back;  Ridiculous, you say? Not a bit. The effect of  oressure is the same from suspenders without  the "Sliding Cords." Try the "President."  Light, medium and heavy weights.  Ml dealers. 60 cents. Look for the genuine���������  "President" on every buckle.  STANLEY AS A FIGHTER.  His Revenge on the Afrlesns For Attacking His Forces.  In the following language Sir nettry  XI. Stanley describes an nttiu-k of natives upon his1 party (luring oue of bis  \frlcau expeditions: "The leviathan  bears down on us with racing speed.  its consorts ..on either Hank spurting  I lie water Into foam and shooting up  Jets with their sharp ptows. A thrilling chant from U.lXHi throats rises  lousier and ^louder on our Hearing.  Presently the poised spears are  launched, and a second later my rifles  respond with a ripping, ������������������rtn-kliug explosion, and the dark bodies of the canoes and pnddlers rush past us.  "For a short time the savages are  paralyzed, but they soon recover Tbey  find there is death in those flaming  tubes In the hands of the strangers,  and with possibly greater energy than  they advanced they retreat, the pursued becoming tbe pursuers In hot.  chase. My blood is up. It is a murderous world, aud 1 have begun to  bate tbe filthy, vulturous shoals who  inhabit It.  "I pursue them upstream; up to their  villages. I skirmish in their streets,  drive tbem pelltnell into the woods t������e-  yond aud level their Ivory temples.  With frantic h?tste I fire their huts  and end the scene by towing their canoes Into midstream and setting them  adrift" .���������-.../���������  RAVENOUS EATERS.  settin' nnd thlnkln,' stsrln' tn front of  herself and not notlcln' no person nor  nothln'.  Sho didn't seem to havo nn  heart far that t*aby of hern,  "8he wouldn't mind, atlll, thnt It wns  settin' on her inp aim wa'������ ...... ������������>..  ii  eilp i.tt.   Jllni   nnd  her often  hnd  ininisterfld a' castigntion to Mr.  O'Donoghue for uponking dlsrosjwct-  fully about the Army.  The episode was uppnrnntly forgotten by the time that the elections of  100% ciiine on nnd  Mr, O'Donoghue  fount)   llllliiw.l.   a  va���������'ii-I.,'.> lit'.'.;!   "  jioii:���������!��������� In *i\ii'\-"> emwatio in Routl-i To  words up lit their room*.  They rented ! rontn# |n wttich tho electorate is at-  1 two rooms off of us anil they furnished ) most without exception poor.   Then  i 'mn grand with such a booki-into and , lit* tooud that  tb������   cmuhI   remarks  | wrltln' desk and a bedroom stilt,  Me j thoughtlessly   rnmle   lu   the   Police  nnd r*>t> 'w we um\ lo listen outside j flmirt hml proven veritable dragon's  In   the   ball   sun.   V������e ������������������������������������������., v   ..**,     "'   "^ ,,",   rn"'", ",' *  ,""  "'  what they snyed much, bat him he'd ! fiwuijea.    He cuco.inkire.iit.eMoi>  . scold It. ������ low woice. and her she'd S *������ ''J/"L^V'S 1liS i  ! cry falimike so'a no on. would hear. ^ XTiVA'SJSSnS  The tul-ter he used to ������������ lu town fro- ^Vre ������otr������������������l at the idea.  ������ltient. If not oftener. and 1 used to tell j .., nUrifo���������t4, to that matter mora  pop still. -Vou mlnfl If aome day ha i f|mr, anything els** the site of the ma-  don'i '..ii..- li������������k no mo?*-   T kin **.'<< It * j,>rity egninst me," .said Mr. U'Duiw  at hlm how he's tired of her yet.   Yes,  he'll ������<i iff utitf leave her with ihit  * hliil in keep, wtw joti see win'l If he  don't.' 1 ������uym| to pop."  "ibe Hold was Kuqlee. I saw****?"  In Iih interest In be? narrutlvi*. not  merely for Itself, but for any fljrf.f ft  mlijtit throw ti|MH> Kuolrt-. Klnr.)-* f..r  U-t n. U Pel*! and leunfit furoird  *>rm* the lalite. r*g������rdlfttf Mrs, M-.ru-  Imp-mr wiih s though'fnt frown the  Mttind of hi* own tob-e titunAu hlm  l������a������-k t������# hitowlf. ami be ������������;������ sir. ������^|  with wpjirrlwwtow at tti* -girl* Hut  d,r v  !..,,  n.t*. ������n |nteri~t<'I   ���������. *ii^ n.������  ghue rocuntly.  As Arranged Tat W...U* Vt*.  "Where st������ >������u Hon.*  mv prMty msta?"  "To get the mils i������r. mim.i mr,   *r,m ..in.  "May i *yt *"N vim, m������ Wfiu fn*������t.-'  "If yeu'li t>ry ������ mwh.������ trw.i in* inrcn,'  ana iai<x  ������������!l**kago Trlbunf.  He Ouftl*t le *t*v* Knn>������������,.  "Ho yo������i Htvt m������- w^������f eiitMiuh t������  many me. dearr  "How i-mnf y**n nuk ttm, Henry,  Wtieo I *!���������*��������� $*���������** ****ti er,������.n?M to rt*������  my ilf# In >���������������������������* m*cmw.' - iwhihii Hem*  *���������������  1NHIONIA OF HT, ,T0UN.  with tho reformed religion, for fhe  purpoHo of performing ambulanco and  othor elmritahlo work, and in 18B8 a  Royal Chartor of Incorporation was  granted to them, Hy royal command  the badges of tho Ordor may tw worn  generally in Kngland, hut tho membership of tho Order does not ronfir any  rank, stylo, title, or precedence.  The sovereign head and patron of  the Order is the King, while the  Prlneo of Wales is Ornnd Prior, and  tho Duko of Connniight Bailiff of  Kgle. The following Canadians, by re.  cent appointment, are entitled to wear  tho insignia: As Knlfhts nf Grneo���������  Hls Kxcallency liar! Grey, l/������rl  Strathcona, Mir Thomas filmugltnessy.  Col. James Mason, John Mortimer  Courtney, Kmi., (loo, K, Druminontl,  As Inquires -Major Charles .A. Hod-  getts, M.U.i David McNieall, Walter  Rnglnalil Bnkor, Major Harry Yotos,  M.U., and C. J. Copp, M-D.  A Oiad Man's ������-*ng������r frini������.  Vihul k- Li'llcvcd 1o lie the first oe.  caslon on which the identity of a dead  man has been established by means  of the finger-print *y������tem now in use  by the polico occurred the other day  at filotigli, Kngland. Tlw body ol a  ���������������������������'in ������"*j fonnd on the UreM Western  Hallway, near Taplow, in a liiniiy mo  tilatetl condition, portions of tha remains being found some distance from  the body. There was nothing on the  body to lend to identification, and the  coroner's jury returned a verdict of  "Found dead on -the line."  Mean while Hupt. Pearinnn of Slough  took the dead mint������ liuu<*r ptitiU, a  gruesome Uttk, n* one of the arm* was  citipLu ly iU'Vt.'i'cf from thi trunk.  The print** were will l<������ Sci.lland Yard,  and there they mete immediately Men-  tirted i������" tit<>������. uf a timn tuwMed  Uuwiws of D* nl,  Gluttony of Soliman andThe Appetite  of Louis XIV.  Touching the matter of eating, the  stories told by the old chroniclers and  historians of the abnormal appetites of  certain Roman nud oriental men of  note fairly stagger heller. '  Gibbon tells of Soliman, n caliph In  the eighth century, who died of acute  Indigestion In bis eiinip near Chalets,  In Syria, just ns he was nbout to lead  an army of Arabs agalnsi t'onstaniino-  ple. lie iind emptied two baskets ot  eggs and Has. which' lie swallowed  alternately, nnd the repast was finished with marrow and sugar. In n pilgrimage to Mecca the sntue caliph had  eaten with Impunity at a single meal  seventy pomeKrnnates, a kid. sis fowls  and a huge tjiiuiitity of the grapes of  Tnyef,  Such n 'statement would defy belief  were not others of n similar etinriH'ter  well nvouched, Louis XIV. could hardly boast off ail appetite ������r* rnvwioii* a*  Solimun's, but he would eat in a sitting four pluteftilH of different soups, n  whole pheasant, a pni'irldge. a plateful of sitlad, nitittpii IniNlied wllh wii'-  lie. two good slssed slices of ham, a  dish of pastry and linlsli Mils ample  repnst with fruit antl sweetmeats,���������  Loudon Saturday Hevlew,  } POPULAB ACTOR* RECALLED.  I Famous  Old  Academy  of   Music  In  I       Montreal Opened by Maodowell.  | Tlie final drop of the curtain in the-  . Academy ot Music, Montreal, oi*  ! March 18, not only closes the history  i of one of the most famous of Canadian playhouses but recalls the memory of the player who first acted within its walls and who wns long a favorite in Canada. The theatre, which i.t  to be turned into a haberdashery establishment, wus erected in 1874 by a  number of prominent citizens of Montreal and in 1875 was opened with a-  st.oclv company managed and headed'  l;y Eugene A. Macdowell. The latter  was ns popular'in Toronto as he was  in Montreal and when ho married the  leading lady of his company, Miss  Fannie Reeves, a Canadian actress-  hailing, it is said, from Chatham,  Ont., the event created widespread interest. The Allans of steamship fanio-  were interested in the playhouse and  whon the wedding took place in the  church of St. James the Apostle iii  Montreal, the Allan fleet, in Montreal  harbor was decorated with streamer*  in honor of the occasion. Macdowell  afterwards used to take his stock company into all the leading Canadian  towns and also to the West lndiesl  At Hamilton, Ont., he picked up a  talented beginner with a painetic face  and large appealing eyes. In' a season or two she was playing leading ingenue roles with the company and  later she joined the stock company ol  A. M. Palmer and became its leading-  lady. Her name was Julia Arthur,  now Mrs. Benjamin Cheney of Bos-,  ton. Another actor who was associated  lvjth  Eugene Macdowell  was her  . ������>>rothej,3talhoumeJ^who was never iii   the same class with Him as an actor,  but achieved wide fame by winning'  the heart and hand of Fannie Davenport in her day the most eminent of  American actresses.: Both Eugene and  nnd his wife passed away in the early  nineties nnd" their names are quite  unknown to the generation of playgoers which hns since arisen. Tly-re  Was a dny, however, when half th.  young men of Montreal nod Toronfo  vfir������ in love with the ppnt'e i->Hr-"s  of Fannie Reeves. It is worthy of note  Mint tho matv who locked the doors of  the Academy of Music, on the nipht  of Saturday. March 10. John Cohen  by name, wns tha caretaker whom  Maodowell engnped on thc opening of  the theatre in 1875.  Canadian Ino.sns.  Ciwidit mis ioii.imhj Indians among  ber population ot tUton.im The government has isolated them as wards  ot the 'nation iii reserves which are  scattered sit over the Hoiiiinioti.  SAVED  HER  FINGER.  Victorian Gods,  If Thnckeray. with a brain weighing  flfty-fib-jlif nud one-hair ounces, imu  tho biggest head among Victorian writers who hnd the best features'' Tla-  choice woultl seem to lie helw������t������tt Ti'h-  nyson and lleury Taylor, "That innn  must bo n poet," remarked one ot Ills  Cambridge eontemporarles when he  ������irst snw Tennyson come Into the mill  at Trinity, ntid tutother frleud describes him In bis uiidurgrniliinte days  ns six feet high, broad chested, strong  limbed. His face ������hBkespeitrenti, with  deep eyelids; his forehead ample,  fmwned with dark wnvy bnlr; his  head llnely ivolsed, his hnnd flic admiration of sculptors, Hut time iiemr  noni* too gently with Tennyson, where  aa Uoury Taylor, always n dlstln  gulslied looking mnu. seems tn nave  grown singularly mnjeaili- with ,vi'i*r������  Oram Huff, meeting hlm when he wns  over eighty, notes thai "Taylor i*mik*  more like Jupiter Hum ever," ami * i.n  temporary memoir* are full oi rclor-  ences to tils .love-like appeiirani*'  Guidon Hlattdord.  Would Olvt Her Away.  Ofllelatliig Clergyman  Ai Mie w**l  fling ihla evening, Mr  HltupKin*   to  you  Intend  lo  give your  ttiiuuli't-i'  away?  Mr, Himpsins���������Mtrr; l ,',���������<..': r";s" *  ati) ivwum-riitlntt. "Beside* thai, I >n  only too glad to get her off my baii.ts,  -Judge.  Attraollve Color,  Hit  Ntrve.  "So wheti lie'de ielected Jack be  went >iitin������*ti.iu4y mod piopoi&d t-i  Msudr'  "Yes. IVvit thut vmxn't the bent of  it. What I.. >,.������ thinks Ik* gave  Mau*l m> i-ri'i on Iklij lot Um en  guncneot t.i',*. '  Kintll������hman--I don't art what *������*r  nwu **���������* l\% yuu YiuWv* gltti. bun .1ro*1  Vm tmren't tlw nd tetea* et ������*.r  girls.  Vsottre (Jlrt-T������* Ml think et out  gnwntMrhs:  Mrs, B. K, Dalwtil, of 3S7 Pre.  vanuhur Ave,, Ht, Itoulfs.t, Winnipeg  ���������ays i���������"Hmna time agomjr ehlmren  took diphtimla, ami wtille a tt tnding  thorn the poison enured aiinall aoratai  on Hi* sMond Sugar of tny left hand,  This beesuia very sura snd blmnbnniiun.  Ing soon ��������� t in, Fur nmntni sfmr the  olilldrsa wore quite woll 1 waa auffnr,  ing from a ibiws < ugly Iwd flouer, The  ���������orstou w������������ o*m������ii orlglnslW by a pin,  ami ta iu������lf, wm not at all serious,  Tha oonnapisnoiM, howattr, of nagisot.  Ins thissorat. h.wara vary ������������������rlouitomt,  ffWbsi ths blooJ-isilMiilMMUiil triad  nuIi Ion a. j a uiVs I &*<fl* ihefeous^,  Then, iiow������Ter.4ld not - a?������ Uie dyiliw  basams ~  5w������T������r,L_���������_.  ,  ultt on tba e mtrari tbt I  aura and mora twolltn i  eolorwl, t������ then Mffsn to tetter, an.  tOMll ia a IiMtor. IU waoad ths flngsr  tern "jtMM.Pui ana   .... -. noma* t, i. maw l������   ^      .  ntn tnsnt*, ttntmtnu, sail eihsr prspara.  to let eat tha buj, and ran ean ImagTaa  fi >w nslnfiiT the nnttar wad Despite his  ears, noma* t, t. amatu (wMrea ������������u +**  tioes mmb ������M ttoektr ������y������ me msshJ  aMiiliiMrunahlatobrtngahetttsnynHsK  t,a\ im.Mi **.', 'A* A>������.i4t .*;*���������- wtf t'������T  paly amgaUUoa ooaMiaaw tfet panen't  J\V*,i**r*torm, daeM������dt*|treCaa������.  Unit a trial. A anwhr waa ���������rpnrad, mm!  wa eammatwed tba KamlftiitmtoMBi.  wMftmaftbUttap, Tiawaod-MtaMMg  ���������aad,  it jna a*  aWswasl  ******  ...,-.. ,������ap,  andlnflanautlanw.  aoeaiM w*������ amtta, m  ver������ sbenl-r thattHa__  i*Amm*A w a lew aniitdl  mayar*t*4 with UaRsia-  and (lie tmatiae ���������ere was <   ut������4iMHt. llisu lieslml.   In neitmr  wsak* frem ar**. ������mmssm������mI|  M������rt������tMfc������������r  Wf ��������� Wmmw mmetrmj mAw   ^BW^J^^^W^WBWR������   MM  VMV������  9m*Jm%m*mm9  flffWHI   WfWM   WSNL   V  mtnma, n**,**, t*n*r, mot rtmm, hm aaemL  ajiMM-ammmm __Hrf*M ^m^ ^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ ^ta^^^H_ ^^^k ^*A  W������J������F^,   piWff   WVJf ft*9Jt  T9we*mmm) *n|||^ 9MW9) 99  elm mnTii*m*tm*.i n*t tram CkBmZ  *A**ai*,t*t*fk*. a*m*Utmmatmammmti  tttrmtsu.)!**. 9mamMbmi*mmmT9  I,|?2_____________L THE  -NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  it  Had Eczema on Legs  For Twenty Years  LIVE BABY FOR BAIT.  Bakutus of the Congo Have Successfully Resisted White Man.  To bait spring guns and man traps  with live babies seems to be a regular  device with the simple Congo forest  Thinks No One Could Have it Worse i and tried everything for it, but got no ; tribes, who know that the white man  -Was Cured bv DR   CHASE'S       relief until n friend advised her to use i S������������not he'}r .J������ hear an infant cry.  niNTMPNT 1 Dr* &���������*"���������'* Ointment, which she got. : }*������������ Peculiarity was discussed recent-  OINTMENT /    <.Sh(, foun(1 tlmt Dr   chase's Oint-   V before the Royal Geographical bo-  There are plenty of more fatnl dis-j ment gave her great relief, so she got j C1.ety  1,.,..I-0-"<-0H-.l,.y  Mr.-. K- Torday,  ���������cases   thnn   Eczema,   but   not   many j some more and continued this treat- *  which cause more downright suffering,  ment' faithfully, until now .she is-cn-j  The tendency of eczema to spread j tirely cured of eczema.   I don't think i  over the body is annoying and dis-. any one could have this disease worse \  couraging,   nnd^the   itching���������the   al- i than she did, and shall not attempt  most constant and persistent itching! to describe her suffering.   She reconi-  ���������nearly drives a person crazy. j mends Dr. Chase's Ointment to any  You can scarcely wonder that peo- '��������� one suffering from eczema."  STOMACH MISEfi;  "FRUIT-A-TWES-  BAH1SHED BY  -a****r*mmmmmmmmmm  pie are entlmsinstic over Dr. Chase's  "���������Ointment, when it brings them  prompt relief and actually cures itching, tormenting eczema. And if you  ���������could read a few hundreds of the Idlers we receive from time to time you  It is .such cures as this thnt has  made Dr. Chase's Ointment tlie-  "standard ointment" the world over,  Do not be satisfied with the "just ns  good" kind. It will only disappoint.  If you insH. on getting what you ask  would not be long in deciding whnt | for you will ba better pleased after-  ���������treatment to apply for eczema, salt wards and your intelligence will not  rheum and similar skin diseases. j be insulted next time.  o Mr. Fred W. Clark, Petworth. Ad-1. Dr. Chase's Ointment, 60 cents a  dington Co., Ont., writes: "My mother ^box. all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates  hud eczema in both legs for about 20 j & Co., Toronto. Write for free copy  yrnrs.   She doctored for a long time 1 of Dr. Chase's Rceipc3.  BOOST   YOUR   TOWN   BY   ORGANIZING   A  . BRASS BAND  Information on tills subject with printed instructions for  amateur bands anil a printed form of Constitution and By-  Laws for bands, together with our big catalogue, wUl b<������ mailed  FREE on request.     Address Dept. "D."  sVrTe't I THE   VST-ff I rAMD    * RON*"CO,!  ������������������ONGE  WINNIPEG I"   WILLIAM3   LIMITED     JISronto  STUMP, BUSH AND  TREE  PULLERS  Addreei:���������,  (   CANADIAN  SWENSONS  LIMITED,  Tf you have land to clonr*. no mat-  ,er'where it is, with stumps., standing trees or snwi.ll bush . alders or  willows,'we have the nWhii e awl  apparatus for doing' t.l*e work, and  we sell our machine on a  sruara/rofcee that il. will work lae-  ter, be eiaeier nnd m^re comvemiient  than- any oilier ntMoh-iine on the  mankftt. It is als-o the ornly * Mml-  lowble Iron S-innp .mwcihine .m'>ade.  Do not foojl away time and money  with old dilapidated ���������ohM iix������i nwi-  chj"ne_. If you write* for' Catalogue  "S" you will get full particukw-e.  LINDSAY, CANADA.   am  who with Mr. Hilton Simpson and  Mr. Norman Hardy, made nn expedi- j  tion between October, 1907. and Sep-!  tember, 1009. to investigate the na-'  tivo tribes in the Kasni Basin, in the ;  centre of the Belgian Congo. |  The Bakutu, .said he, were almost  the only tribe of this region who had j  been successful up to the present in i  resisting tho advance of the white |  man. This was due to their skill in !  forest warfare. The way leading to '  their village was defended by poisoned j  spikes hidden by leaves. I  They used bows and arrows set like ;  traps in the form of primitive spring  guns, and they used the baby bait because they knew the European would  be unable to resist the temptation to  pick up an apparently abandoned  child. The poison they used was absolutely deadly.  ,  When Mr. Torday, after the expedition had been saved from death by a !  toy elephant, tried, an old-fashioned j  conjuring trick, nnd so got the tribe I  to volunteer to carry their loads to j  the next village in safety, he threat-1  ened to set fire to the river, and, as '  a beginning, lit up a little spare whis- ]  key. This convinced the natives that;  the white men were able to destroy j  anything, and thoy were naturally I  very keen to get rid of the magician.  The clockwork elephant came into  play through a difficulty in respect of  currency. The territory of the Bakon-  go had never befpre been crossed by  white men. The coinage of the tribe  takes the form of bars of iron weigh-:  ing two pounds, and valued in Eng- i  lish money at exactly sevenpence.       j  When  the  people   heard   that the |  travelers' stock of iron was nearly fin- j  ished, they began  to show  hostility  Mr. Torday explained that  MR. ALCIDE HEBERT  Stratford Centre, Wolfe Co., Que.  "I have been completely cured of a  frightful  condition  of   my   Stomach  through the wonderful fruit medicine  fruit-a-tives'. I could not eat anything  but what I suffered awful paia from  Indigestion.  My head ached incessantly.  I was told to try 'Fruit-a-tives'-and  sent for six boxes.   Now I am entirely  well, can eat any ordinary food and  never bave a Headache."  ALCIDE HEBERT.  50c. a box, 6 for J2.J0, or trial box,  2>;c.   At all dealers or from Fruit-a-  - T ���������*-"������*������r|. Ottawa.  First Commercial Telegraph  Sixty-five years ago the first telegraph line, built for economical purposes, between Washington.and Baltimore, was opened. After the formal  onening Prof. Morse and his associates offered to sell the invention to  the United States government for  $100,000, but the price was considered  too high. ���������  A HINT"TO  YOUNG MOTHERS  Don't walk up and,down the floor  ! with a cross, restless child. Nothing  The chief brought about the climax!���������" be more, dembi-aliaing to the  by ostentatiously stealing our chick-j J"16 ��������������� and ll ls a senous tax  ens, and this was, of course, a declar-'   ' ne  mother's    strength    and  A WmXXtnMs:  Mkll  jpavin  Cure ?  Warren, Ont,  I'eb. 11th.  "I hail a horae that  had > Spavin for a  lone *l������������������ B������a s hld  tried nearly every kind of medicine  when a neighbor told me to u������e  Keadall's Spafln Cure, which, I <11<1  aad 11 irfe* wtnderlally."  M. ROSBNTHAI..  Kendall'* Spavin Cure ia 110  untried experiment, but lathe world's  standard remedy for all SwelllnRS,  Silt Hunches and I^ameaeo In horae  aad nun,  lined lite world over for <o years.  liter) farmer, stockman, eapreaa-  mnn,  livery proprietor  aud horae  owner   generally  ahould  keep   it  always on hund,  tl. a lioltle-0 for fS,   Auk your  dealer for free copy of our book "A  Treatlae On The Hor������������"-or write us  D*. B. J. KENDALL CO.   56  EwMburfl Falls,   ���������   VeraeaL'  No Slouch  The men in the Pullman smoker  were arguing as to who was the  greatest inventor. One said Stephenson, who invented the locomotive and  made fast travel po sible. Another  declared it was the man who invent, d  tho compass, which enables men to  navigate the seas. Another contend-d  for "'Edison. Still another for tho  Wrights.  Finally-ono of them turned to a little man whu had remained silent.  "Whom do you think?"  ation of war. We were not in an easy |ncrves;, ^heP a ch.lld.1JS peevish and  situation, for though we could have I ^���������88 >*"% *< P,roba,bly s?me i!ttl0  held our own tn the event of a breach ic���������"^menV of U\e pst?n,,ao^ ������r tT  of the ocace. we should have had to '���������? ��������� a"V do*e o{ Bjiby s Own Tab-  fight our way back to civilization. ' 'ts , ,wi11   ,ren,���������������    ^e  rn���������e oi tl.,e  ��������� At .-.length a less important chief! I^fl^'ii^-tliyii&?^^J  mennrof"-W?r^5canr"s!eep^oundlyr Mtst ^��������� Bouffard,  means ol   an escape . PiopoliS)  Que ; snys.  ������.T  have found  i Baby's Own Tablets superior to all  I otlicr remedies for curing constipation and making teething easy. They  ' also promote healthful sleep, and I  I recommend them to other mothers."  I Sold by medicine d'-nlers or by mail  -ga-ve~therfr'thTr  from tho difficulties. After the theft  of the chickens, he came and explained that he had no bad intentions himself, but that the great chief had decided to kill them. Said tlie lecturer:  "I replied that if he wanted war ho  could have it, and I would slay all  his people with my elephant, fortunately, among the many objects,which  wc carried about with us was a clockwork elephant, which was capable of  waving its trunk and humming and  walking along."  Relying on tho imagination of the  j negro, I proposed to show him my ele-  nt 25 cents a box from Thc Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  'Veil."   ho   said   with   a hopeful   phant. Mr. Hilton Simpson according'  1 Thn British government has organ.  ! i^cl a special department in connoc-  jti'in with its national physical labor.  intory for the investigation of prob-  I I'.'ins of aerial construction and navigation.  MADE IN CANADA  ROYAL  YEAST  CAKES  Best Yeast  In theWorld  Sold and  Used  Everywhere  smile, "the man who invented inter  est was no slouch'."��������� Lippincott's.   |  A discovery results in an art:'anI  art produces a comfort: a comfort  mado cheaply accessible adds family  on family to the population: nnd a  family is a new creation of thinking,  reasoning, inventing, and discovering  beings, Thus, instnnrl of arriving nt  tho ond, wo arc'at the beginning of  the series, and ready to start with r*.  ''.ruitiKl numbers on the groat and  beneficent career of useful kho,v>  ledge,���������Edward 'Everett.  Fifteen million gallons of water n  day nr** punined from thn mines of  l,(*ndville, Col, nnd it is estimated  Hint 28 0 Ions of water arc raised for  every ton of tiro mined.  ly took him before my tent, which I  ontered. I wound up the elephant,  and made it walk on some boxes, and  then tho tent door was thrown open;  our friend, seoing the uncanny beast,  wanted to run away.  Mr. Simpson insisted that he should  'have another look, but this was too  much for tho chief, for, shouting "I  am going to fetch thoso chickens  which I hnvo been stolon," lie ran  back into the village, aud in a few  minutes our property was restored to  us,  Mr, Torday said that amongst the  Bnsongo Meno tribes belief in transmigration wns found.  A muni! lump of camphor tlroppcl  in the oil reeontiielo of a lamp will  Improve tho light and ninko the flanip  dourer and brighter. A few drops of  vinegar will have a slniilnr effect.  ���������-���������''acw.'.jun/i'i'':*'0  'i'i*>w.i;u*  -mV3ist������mm*  Cntarrh Cannot Be Cured  With LOCAL APPUCATIONB, u ihw eswwt met  the mat ot ths ilUeaw, Catarrh la a blood or eouait.  tutlonal dlMkan, and In order lo cure It you must lakt  tawrnal rmntdlM, Hall's Catarrh Cura la takin la-  Umally, and sets directly upon tlie blnod and mueoui  ���������urraons. Hall's Catarrh Cura ta not a quack medium. II was prniorlhitd by one af ths bwt pliyil'lam  h tMieou��������� ''   "  It la com;  wltb tha I  Ruwui nirlacM r      ... ,.  ro iniftdlenta Is what produces inch won-latfal r*  *    flail' " "  country tor years and tt a ntmUr prucrln'iun,  omposed ot llm hi**t ton Ira known, combine!  in beat blood purlflcra. artlns directly on thi  The parted combination of tin  . ,..���������  what produces melt wonderful t*  HIU la curing catarrh, (lend for testlmoulali, freo,  r,i. CHKKBV * 00,. Prop*., ToUdO, ft  Bold by DriiiRlata, pries tt*.  ttki Hall's ramilr PUIe lor staMlpalloa.  Aloii7,o BtevpnH, of fleorgetowii, Mc.  has an iron slug or shot whioh lodged  in a tree In that (own when the lloxer  nnd the KntorprlHo fought off th������  shore,  r.������v.am������HC*,u4  TafMta.Oat.  Rummy   Itohinsoii ��������� Yea,  mum:  Mlnard'i Liniment tor tale everywhere,  It it pri'tiumml thnt thn editor of  Hie Ihiahvllle News hai been having  a lively time of it nine1 the publication of tho following "Lost" Item:  "Lost���������A little dog about the slr-i* of  .Ion Hnm'1'H foot,   enra   like   Chiirlt'H  ��������� TA'    ������!,������.��������� ...nr T turned mo 1 Atkinson's, l^Hik* like Willie (Innher  {mc2 ,0riAfc2W    y I hi the face, and hair like K. Mor-  %ndlX~!*K nty . ndWj^man. gJ^.Kvl|K| R5 lollS'ati ?r thVeo cigars a day w.tir tho,e of  * ii)������ .������    it tii������    iiii>    ift(  Ho has one preat  ��������� .., -Ah,   nty   poWu mnn,  what were vou doing nt that timeP     ,      ,  iiumiiiy liol.iiiauii-Oriviiig u ���������������������>*.-JjJJ*;|'!J  cr'ji driiv, mum    TH-PII-*. wnr"*  An Ocean King.  If any man has earned the coveted  title of "Ocean King" it ia Lord l'ir-  rio, who, it is announced, has |)ur-  chased tho numorous undortakinga  controlled by tho late Sir Alfred  .lonos, with whom ho was associated  for many years, Ily this purchase  Lord Plrrio hocomos tho greatest captain of tho shipping industry. Ho is  not only tlio premier builder of giant  ships, but he has shown that ho has  tho genius to soil ns woll as build, At  present Iho yrcat linn of Harland &  Wolff, of which ho is the head, i������  building for the White Star Line tho  Olympic and Titanic, which will bo  the largest merchant steamers in tlm  world. Lord I'irrlo's interest iu ocean  steamship companies Ih enormous, but  whon ho takes control of the two tin-  delinking-*: with whioh Sir Alf rod  Jones was chiefly connected, namely,  tho Eldoi-Deinpstor Shipping Co,,  Ltd,, and Elders and Fyfies, ho will  nequlro 11 groat rnlmimro of control  ovor a combined fleet of 246 ocean'  Htoamshlps ownod by companies pox-  kohkIiik a total capital of about |I50,������  000,000.  "M. W'i -si'     ������!��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������i���������paaa���������  Prlnca of Oartoonliti.  Sir John Tonniid, the famous Punch  cartoonist, reached hia ninetieth birthday jyst recently, when ho received  many congratulatory vinitH nnd trios-  aagoH at his pleasant home in Weat  Kensington, London, where he liven  with his sister, Miss Tenniel, The  great artist enjoys good hoalth. He  hardly ever missuH smoking his two  Warts nre unsightly blemishes, and  co'-its nrn painful f row ths. Hoi-  loway's Corn Cure will remove thorn,  Unforo the G"uls wore conquered by  the Romans, thev hnd boots or shoos  with soles in which wee silver-hond.  i"l nniU. Some of those have boon  iliscovcrod in.Into years.  Mother Grave*' Worm Fxtorminn-  tor will drive worms from thn system  without injury to tho child, because  it������ action, whilo fully effective, is  mild,  A J3Y.U3 CARTOONIST.  Tom Browne, ths Famous Artist, Dies  In Prime ot Life.  Mr.  Tom   Browne, the   well-known  artist in   black  and white,   died   in j  London recently, ut the eariv age of I  thiriy-eight. * j  Mr. Browne will always be reraem-!  bered" as the creator of the two v  tramps, Weary Willi:- and Tired Tim. j  and as the originator of the boom in j  Dutch pictures.  J**   teacher   taught   Tom   Browne I  how to druv    The instinct was there, i  und he found hi.- models in the men !  und women of everyday life.   He was  only eleven   when In? started  out to  work in Nottingham lace market, and  il was about that time he sold   his  iirst picture.  The   drawing    represented   an   old  Nottingham public-house and its very  stout landlord, with a bibulous-looking policeman saying, "Time, gentle-  men, please."   Th|> delighted, proprietor gave the young artist Ave shillings  ' for it, and hung it in his tap-room.  I     When he was seventeen Wie' young  ) artist   turned   hia   footsteps   towards  London, where hard work soon took  him into a foremost place.  Joyousness was the keynote of all  Mr. Browne's work, and, indeed, of  his whole life. He had a fund of  merry anecdotes, and whether tha  points were against himself or anybody else, he loved to relate them.  Mr. Browne once took a tour from  Paris to Gibraltar on a bicycle. He  was accompanied by a friend, but as  neither of them spoke Spanish the  popular artist was obliged to make  ^use of his pencil on all occasions.  'Only once did he utterly fail. Wanting to take some soup, he drew an  elaborate large sketch of a soup  tureen. The mistress of the hotel  looked at it long and gravely, spread  out her arms us if to convey the idea  of size, and hurried away, leaving the  two Englishmen considerably puzzled.  Presently she returned with beaming  smiles, holding the sketch in one  hand and the biggest pail in the vil-  iage in the other.  Once Mr. Browne was"introduced to  a city magnate., who said: "Glad to  make your acquaintance, Mr. Tom  Browne. You are a public benefactor, sir. Many a merry Christmas  my family have had with your crackers." Tom Browne regarded this as  his best story. ,'He never tired of tell-  ing it. .,     -.  .���������Mr.^.Browne-onee-told-a"n~intervi*ew~  er, "I remember in my early days an  adventure we hnd with a negro as a  model. I say 'we,' because there were  sevoral pf us, and we had our studio  in a room over a stable. We could  not afford a servant to attend to our  wants, so we each took it in turns to  play 'general,'  "One day we met. a ..negro, and almost fought with each, other for the*  possession of tlie prize,, for here was  a model indeed. He earned his living  us a public performer inside public-  houses��������� that is to say he was a glasa-  ehe'wer. When we told him we wanted to paint him his face-, was a study.  He was first amazed, then frightened.  Again and again we humored him by  tolling him of our desire to paint hiiii,  till eventually he surprised us by  asking, 'Will it coma off?" "  ,"2ui*5SE2  BACKACHE!  Suffered Over Nine Months,  Nothing  Relieved Me Until f Took PE-RU-NA.  Mrs. Joseph Lacelle, 12_ Bronson St.������  Ottawa, East, Ontario, Canada, writes!  "I suffered with backache ond headache for ovor nine months aiid nothing  relieved mo until I took Peruna. Thi������  medictno Is by far better than any other  medicine for these troubles. A few bottles relieved me of mv miserable, half-  dead, half-alive condition."  Another Irish Story  A story is tbld of an Irishman  named Mike Flanne.ry who found a  ���������/aluable package belonging to a certain capitajist. He took it around to  he capitalist's house and was award- **  >d.   As he left he. mr t a friend.  "What's the matter, Mike?" asked  the fr'enrl. "Didn't he give you as  -nuch a������ you expected?"  "I thought be would give me more  'han I expected," replied Flannery  lourly.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  Advice  Doctor���������What you want is exercise.  Put'ent���������Well, I've an auto.  Do^to-���������Get .another.  A dash of vinegar is on    essential  touch to a sharp snliid dressing, 1  FINDS HIS WORK  A PLEASURE NOW  DODD'S   KIDNEY   PILLS   CURED  THE POSTMASTER'S KID-  NEY DISEASE  is the word to remember  when you need a remedy  ;Cqi!chs6Colds  ���������eeeeeeeeeaaeaaaaaaaeeeeei >  ii VETERAN SCRIP li  1       FARM LOANS  Wo will  ucccpt a first mort-  gneo on improved farm land nnd  .M.lUl.Uli     ������ll><     I' 111,1  ���������Atlanta CnnMHutlou  I OLDJEHUM I  Atborta man tails how hit trouble!  vanished when he usud tho old  reliable Kidney Remedy.  Neonn, Alta, (Special). "I can now  do nil my work without pain nnd with  plcnmiri.*." TIioho are the words of  (1'oHtiiiiiHtor Andrew II, Nelson of thin  liilnco. Ah nil the postm-nttcr's ii-londa  I know, ho Imh boon troubled with Kid.  |tioy niHoitKo for several yours piiHt,|  land hits boon doing ovoryth'.iig In his;  I power to find 11 euro fir it.   Ho linni  I found the euro.   It U Dodd's Kidney  Pills,   Yen, I tried all kln.U uf niedi-j  ciiios   for   my   kidney trouble," tin*  poHtmaHtor joyfully Htnton,   "None of  'them si'onied to do in" any good till  II I'oiwnoiuv'tl to uh* Dodd'M Kidney  ! Pills, Two boxen of them cured me  iconif-leti'ly, I liJg'dy rocoitiiin'tiil  'thorn to nil sufferer* from Kidney Dis-  .oiinc.   I would not be without I'toin."  I Dodd'n Kldin-v I'lll* euro nil din-  ii/inoh of the kidneys, from Biiekiieho  to Bright's DIhiis'.   They nNo cure  (all disonsoH canned by disordered kid-  ite>*H failing to Ktrnitt the impurities  lout of Ihe hlood ThnlV'whv thev  cnic 4'ropay, hiioiuii'iii-iii, iiikI Hi'iirt  ���������'p,!,,,,.,-,,.     ff   von  hnvi-ii'!   *.;, !   'V,,.'-.  lyotirstilf nnk   your   nidghborH   iibont  II them,  hi- !   mltted to sen hint,  aorrow���������lm m blind.  It was iu July, 1857, that there appeared in the pages of Punch the  striking picture*, tho 'Uritmb Llon't  Vongimnco   on   the   liengal   Tiger," Iwlll give qulek re'i-f  which somo |*c*������plo regard aa the Iln-    im  -..������  ������!I  ii.fi ������ Mttwuun, i.oi two  ae-    -.-���������-��������������������������� '____  cond to "Dropping the.Pilot," the cartoon which appeared when Bismarck  retired to private lifo. Sir John's first  cartoon was <lrawn in IWI. In hi������  fifty yenra' connection with Punch Sir  John Iiuh turned out 2,500 cartooui.  "'h'te of ������*���������("������ t oured over 11  hunt  DODD'S '<j  A Lucky Poetess.  As a girl Miss Jnno Barlow, the  Irish poetess,, bo^nti to send her  poems to periodicals, under the name  of "Owen Bolair." Some wore accepted and many returned, and often she  thought it wns of no use and thou  again sho felt impelled to go on. Miss  Barlow related an amusing story of  tho beginning of her connection with  The Comhill, Sho submitted a short  poem to Mr. I'nyno, the editor, and  was mortified beyond measure whon  sho receiver a postonrd which sho deciphered to mean, "I have no use for  silly vorsoH." Hor father, however,  found tho communication to bo "I  hope to uso your pretty verses," much  to tlm roliof of tlio young author. For  ton yeara Miss Harlow contributed  poems and sketches to The Corphill  and oilier periodicals before she ventured upoi) hor first book "Bogland  StorloH,' wlii<?h, hy her father's advice, she slotted by her own name.  Next eaiiio tho. "Irish Idylls," which  established .lane Barlow's position us  a delinentur of Irinli life.  A Duke's Millions  His Grace th<>   Duke   of   Bedford, I  who   recently   completed   his   62nd  your,' is tin* eleventh of Iho exalted  line, and is reputed to own. ten millions of money, as woll as somo of  the moft valuable ground renin   in  f.ondon.     He   Iiuh   tlu*   blue   eye-i.  square fnce, and high forehead of hU  race, witli tho clovurnomi and somo of  the eccentricity for which the Kuaacll  family is (unions,   The Bedford tradition kooiiik iigiiinxt school, and th**  proMitit duke wi'������ educated nt home,  I and afterwards joined thn Ororiadier  j Guard.'*,   Ho in a simple man, with  ; donn'1-tie lasb-s, nnd bin chief inter-  outs in life nro -/.oology and natural  liiidory,   He   owns   two   nickname*.  1 When  in   India,  un  Lord  Iterbrnnd  Unsaid I,   Ihe   natives   converted   his  front nitiiie Into "Hntbiuid"; ami bin  own family���������lor reason*   unknown ���������  have iilwityn culled him "Housscaii. '  , ravine voe fclorm. |  V.'Vrlj   ,!j   ii')'.,.!).    \ !.���������);; ���������..,-.���������(  il���������4,,   W.'u.'i  ' atiothor town his wife eoinplaitm, ami  ', m tlties his mother. Therefore, in '���������  titdot In nvoiil it, |.u hii)* In* is going  out to got hlmvt'il and doiotn't return  until his vi.-ijt ii* over. Whon lie re-  *'.���������-������������������" ��������� ' .* .... I . ...  tdil plan there wen- two storm-, one  before lo* went umi another after bin  return.  sell you Velernn Scrip in this  way nt regular cash price.  Write to-day for loan application  YOUR OPPORTUNITY IS NOW  Canada Loan &, Realty Co., Ltd.  Winnipeg,  eeaaeaaeaeaaaaaaaaaaaaaeea  Your  ClothM  w*wm  Jutt Think of Ml With th. KAMI Dp  rpu can color ANY klndofclutli r*rtm*ttyrt*  chanct of mUtakti. All color. i< canU tram  your lJni|gl������t or Dotlir, Si'mplr Car** and  Bookltt Prea,    ~ ��������� ���������  &3idMs������im,  _ Tha Jthnaon-Rlehartfee*  Daiit. 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T������ tar mtnm ������l������ ,-ui ,������Wt tli������ ooiiki .ua ol  " ' ^",ii,,uto  thaw i������u ������������������lUno.rn C������n������.1un /���������������  <iium is_"������i������; .'.'��������� mt ll'lAiliu l������i>'i~iibill  H������wnl������l *��������� Omu '  *.*VA WI ���������}**m*\.**,e akaal ar a****, t**  ..._i������ rm^mlrmt t* l  ..���������_._ JfM-?fc  .. ^. m.^!tiitS*l.J .'������������������Stja a CkMatiam  ������������������ w ������������ar with wawk.   Tha nan-   t tnla  ,t_,*m..*.l ...  1 nt* wiaaara ������t  f*a*i waal ** ���������.������������������(toaail.  ���������a* Mmaatltla* wa ��������� ���������  Mlaar. CaK*r, tM-ara tO . Mar ll ta, C������aa4ai  Mr. (i. Uroiiar. t)������lm������. Mak, I'aaatfa.  TIN FOR TEN CENTS  ' Whittling Arrowt  A curioiir. weapon hut arrived at the  1 office* of the Festival of Kinpln* t<> h������  1 held in the summer In I<oiidon   Th-*  I weapon, which was aent an a nampl*  j by the pagii������nt's armorer, in tn arrow  j of llenrv VIII.'��������� time, to whieh cunningly nxed in ������ nm������U whintle which  Hound* fthrill and clear II the arrow  U only junl thrown actona the room.  ���������    Ft In on rri-nrd thn* the arwherst who  formed King Henry "a Ixxlyguard lipped their nrrowa with aoch whl*tl������t m  that they "tant through tbe Air."*   .  ^KIDNEY  t^// PILLS j  L ^ I 1 v v x v    I) 1  .N.11 KIONI'^ ,ut/  V    ' ['MT *,   OlV.'f ������������������  l'I Am   Tl   *   '   /*l{>     '���������*���������  Hiti Eotl* Way*.  Hank Stubb** Ambition ain't hardly wuth while. Big Miller���������Why tn������t������  Hank Mulil.r \\h������I, >l >������ii tin* bo.  biml the prort'-Mnn you bnf ter kop  bumpbi' in*.. ...-��������� 1 ly, nn' if put  Kit ftlicid jnu iv li 1 ble It-r git teller  afo|ieil.  Bra$$ Band  nr* 1* tie  Time te  Oreenlaa  httrumantt, Drnmt, Bond Mutie, Err,  CVCRY TOWN CAN HAVE A MNP  l/iwaatiirlf-iiaaver quoted.   FlnecaUlouiiO.  ettir ton Olnatratlon'. nmlled frwr,,  Write ui  fir mivthlni In Mine er Mi-tktl la������lrj������ei������e*a,,  WHALEY.  ROYCC 6 CO., jAtaii%4  Tefi.ntM, ������>nt, ������mi Wlnnli**ir, Mae.  SPECIAL NOTICE  IC COUNTRY MENHMTS MD ASEHTS  ! Gohf list,  |    While n lonf **i <?"M t������ ���������������'������ thin th������f it |  la inir������,*-il.l.> t<������ in* -i"*r* it* ttt'^tni^aa. '  teuha have Imih  nuide which   weiffh  il  ei-etireiely     too- t������-*l  *>*"iwti* one  fifth pf a train    It i* **> litbf thnt 1  j breelli will bh.������ it  *������iiv    Jlrli tn ������������,������  I light, it la tian-l.i 1 i*t Miid jrwnuir {  ! Agent* Wantad by B. SHRAOOE,  : 3W Priorn������ St., WinnlptR, to pur*  ' that* ter him itrip cepptr and braia,  I catt and wr������u������ht Iron, eld rubber  bettt and aheti and crown tlgir  ' <pi������rt, pint and whiihry bettU*  W. N. U., Ne. Til. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Tiie tabB'to bws  frw:isd   livery   T'ips^in    \>v   the  Comox   &   Crj nbe'land  Pub ishing   C >***np *ny.  This paper will u>.i ii<>| I iisidf  i'f-<ponsilil'* for llu* (i|)ini.������ii.-M)l' *������ili-  ������*.*c, us tuny appear in its columns  trotu time to titut*.  TUESDAY, JUNK   *.|,    1������.������10,  lO������SS3_m������  New  England  Hotel  Under Now  Management.  The following t-tl>U- j������<\*es the  l.-ngth of reigns of I'.ii'Nh sovereigns fioiiiWilliaintlie Conqueror  to Edward HI,:  Y^ars.  William the Conqueror  21  William II    ..... 13  William III.... 13  King Stephen 19  King *Iohu   17  Henry 1 35  Henry II.  35  Henry III 56  Henry   IV, , 14  Henvy V  9  Henry VI 32  Henry VII 24  Henry VIII .38  Edward 1 33  Edward II 20  Edward III 49  Edward IV 22  Evvward V,  111 nth.s 2  Edward VI 6  Richard I 10  Richard II 22  Richard III 3  Mary I 5  ���������Queen Elizabeth  ..4:4  James I- 22  ���������-J^unjes-Lt. J^-i->_  ���������. 16_  First-Class   Hoard  hy  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  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  Garden, Field  and Flower  Now crop now arrivinji from our growers in England,France  Holland, Canada and 1 lie United Stales. All tested as to vitality and purity on arrival The best is ������ood enough for our customers. Catalogue free. I3m>it.e*s will Le continued at our old  si antl until May. Alter that in i.ew location, which will bo announced luier.        Add ruse  M. J. HENRY, 3010 Wesminstcr Rd, Vancouver  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  , Thrt great Uterine Ton!*, aud  ivonly saf������ effectual Monthly  "-Regulator on which women can  depend. Sold in throo docroea  ot strongth-jNo. 1, $1 -, No. &  10 degrees stronger, ?3; No.3,  for spocK-l cases, $5 por box.  ?WUtM������01<|IK(CO..T0llDNTO.0NT, (formerly IFiwiiWl  WoocL'o EhospiodiM,  The  Qrtot English.  Remedy.  Tones and *nviganuosthu \vhoto  nervous Rystcui, inukou now  Hl,wd in old Vol un. (Juris A'trt  oo". Oebilitu, Mental ami }train Woi-ty, Vis  ponuwvg. Sexual Weakness. JSnisswms, Sjkt  ���������nudjrrhita.andKff'rxta of Abuse or htceKsa.          -        ���������   " --*"   Onewillplu������iJO,F.x  or mailed In  "tw paw-Met  maileilfrce.  Tho Wood Mottlclno Oo.  formerly Windsor) Toronto, Oni.  Charles I. ....  23  Charles II.  .... 24  Oueen Anne .12  ft*  George I  13  <ieorge II.  33  (ieoige III. ..' 60  George IV 10  William IV  6  Queen Victoria  .64  Edward VII. 9  Kamlonps, B.C.. .linn* 9t.l1,���������  Tlu* Grand h'odmi 1. .<), u, K. met  lioi't* Willi niiiet.y-ihv 'n-p.vK*'iitn-  tives Irom sixty luil*'..'*. - I'lio v-  ]cif'.l'("l ii|)i>:'"'!i for ni'Xt. ,������-;ii- an*:  Grain 1 Maxtor���������S. 1��������� Vv't'bbur,  New Wtistiiiiiistot',  D-ipuiy '.-ii-iimi'l M.is'.������M*���������W. 11.  Culliii. Victoria.  . (jriiinl Wiirilt*ii���������W.   A.   .Jiilm-  riO',1, VuMCiHiVI'.  Grand N *';iti*)  I'lvd   Davey.  Victoria, i'*'������i'li.!i*!i;il. lo in- l\vtU|ly���������  Ht'llt'iitll ItO'lll .  Grand 'I'wiiKiirnr-��������� (!. 1.) Gliitp-  inaii, Iv itnkopti.  ryv.wd Uc]ii'nw<iitai.ivi'- H luil.  ton, I.ttilysniitli,  "When Vou Are Thiiikin;; of  Form No, I).  LAND ACT.  Form of iS'otice.  Comox Land   District  District of Coast.  TAKE notice ������������������that Henry  Arthur Young, of   Vancouver, occupation Master Mariner, intends to  apply for permission   to  purchase  tlio., following described  lands.*���������  Commencing at a post  plain e*l on  Thurlow  Isl md   about  one mile  Jiast^f_G,i:uaiiJiaiu.t,Ji^ii4LoLjMiL  1 narked A. 1\ A., N. E. cor.  thenco West 30 chains; thence  South 40 chains; thonce East -1-0  chains; thence along shoreline to  p'jint. of commencement, containing 100 acres moro or less.  Henry Arthur Young  Name of Applicnut' [in full]  Ambrose P Allison,  CORPORATION OF   TUB CITY OF  CUMBKRLAND.  A BY-LAW to provide for the construction of Sowers in the City o������  Cumberland anil 'to authorize the  borrowing' of a sum of $25,(100, upon tne security of Sewer Rates anil  Sower Rentals, with tbe guarantee of  the City of Cumberland.  WHEREAS it is desirable to construct a system of sewers in tht C'ty  of Cumberland according to the  plans therefor prepared by Ed. Mo;  hun, Esq., and adopted by the'Council of the said City of Cumberland.  AND WHEREAS it is intended to  borrow thc sum of S25,(I(1C.(!'J upon  the security of Sewer Rates and Sewer Rentals imposnd, levied'and collectable in tbe City of Cumberland.  AND WHEREAS the Corporation  of the City of Cumberland propose  , to guarantee the payment of tho monies borrowed under authority of  this By-La*w, and the interest, there-  on.  * AND WHEREAS a Petition, under  the i.rovi.-'ions of the Municipal  Clauses Act, signed by the owners  of more than one-tenth of the value  of the real property in the City of  Cumberland, fs shown on and by the  last revised Assessment Roll of the  sniil City of Cumberland, has been  lire.-e-.ited to the Municipal Council  requesting the Council to introduce  ��������� -1-lro-By-bivw-r-���������~i ��������������������������� __  AND WHEREAS tbe snid Sewot  Rr.tes  and     S������wer Rentals ore csti-  Date December SHi,  1900.  Agent  ������  MAUt W CASABA  ltv//^mMmm\)\  J*-  ���������jtem  IS THE BEST  sum of $25,000.00 currency, each of  the said debentures ��������� being of the  amount of not less than $100.00 currency and all such debentures shall  bc sealed with the Seal of the said  Corporation and signed by the Mayor thereof and countersigned by the  City Clerk.  A. THE DEBENTURES shall bear  date of the day after the final passing of this By-Law, and shall be payable in 25 years from the said date  at ��������� the office of the Corporation of  the said City of Cumberland (or at  such other place as may be designated thereon) and shall have attached  to them coupons for the payment of  interest from the time of the delivery  thereof, and the signatures to thc Interest coupon may be either written  stamped, printed or lithographed.  5. THE SAID DEBENTURES shall  bear interest at the rate of sis per  cent per nnnum from the date thereof, payable half-yearly on the last  day of June and December, in each  e.r.A every year until tbe redemption  of the said debentures at the Office  of the Clerk of thc Municipal Corporation of the City of Cumberland, or  at such other place as may be expressed in the Debenture or Coupon.  C. IT SHALL BE LAWFUL for  the Mayor of tbe said Corporation  to dispose of the said Debentures at  a rate below par, and to the Treasurer to pay out of the sums so rais  ^bynEhe^alF^f~ti're~s3W~Deb'entn:resr  all expenses connected with the preparation and lithographing of thc debentures and the coupons, or any discount or commission or other  charges incidental to the sale of the  said debentures.  7. In tbe event of the amounts  raised in any year from sewer rates  and sewer- rentals proving insufficient  to pay the said two-sums of $1000.00  and $1500.00 respectively, then and in  that event thero shall be levied and  raised upon tbo ratable land nnd im-  Allthosn parties having bought  tickets for the piano rallle, please  reiurt) the .nine and receive their  monoy.    MRS. C. HOOPER,  Union Bay.  FOU   SALE���������Smith   Premier  Typewriter iu   g^od  order.   Cost  125.09 will sell for $50.00.  Apply at this office.  mated to produce. S2".(1(1.C0 annually.  AND WHEREAS the said amount  of money intended to be borrowed  ���������pr.r'-uant to thin By-Law, will bo primarily charged and securw] upon tlm  ���������Svwar Rates and Sewer Rentals to  be rssessed and levied collectable an  liiially in tho city of Cumberland.  AND WHEREAS tho computed  amount required to be collected an  nually by Hewer Rental.-, and Sowei  Rates, or otherwise to.be raised   an    ^^^ Qr rCftl t    ,������������������   th(J  nually,  to    pay the intercut at   ss  Ml,njcjpp)jty an ,mnmt 8���������fflclcnt. to  per    "'- ~"~         "  L   nmo  S.S."LITHIA"  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the clav or week.  For particulars apply to���������  J. B. HOLMES. Agent  or to,  G. Ll. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox,B. C.  To the Editor Cumberland News  Sir,���������In reference to the rumor-  currant that 1 was assaulted and  robbed in the Waverly Hotel, I  wish to inform the public that the  facts have been greatly exaggerated. It is correct that 1 had n little trouble with some person unknown to to me, in the hotel, and  that ufter leaving the hotel I mis$-  a small sum of money,.  Now I wish it to be understood  that there is no blame to bu attach  ed to the proprietor of the hotel  or any person connected with the  place, Furthermore I do not al.  lo^e and I do not believe that the  money I missed was stolen from  uie. The assault 1 complained oi!  was not preceded - by any wrangling noise or dispute, and it was  absolutely impossible for the pro  prietor of the hotel to prevent the  assault, but he did all in his power, however, after I was siruok to  prevent alight taking \d;wi\ -'.He  did tbe right thing when he insisted upon those concerned m iho  assault leaving the hotel pmnit-e--,  Wm. Hendricks,  For Sale*  Seeds  .*    cent per annum upon tho ��������� nald !      it       h'  (lo),deney aml ajscharR0  lount of S2MIK..U0, is SHOO.00, and   ^ g���������arftnteo of U)G Cjty pro tm^  {    C. W. GILLETT CCX, LTD.  Toronto, Ont,  Mm nmount roqitlred annually to dis���������  churjyo the debt when payable viz:--  Tlio said sum of SSMKIl.tll) in. tv/cn  tylivo yean* is ������10(1(1.(10, and the total amount required to be rali-iid mi  tmnlly by rate for paying tho fiaiO  debt) and tho intercut thereon l.������  *'.'.5i 10,(10, and it is entiraatod thai  thero will bo not any ileilclcncy,  AND WI-liaUMAS tho amount of; tlio  whole    ratable    land   and   imjirovo  intuits nr ronl property of tlio Muni  clpcllty accord I nj; to the Inst null*  | ml A.wcBBmnnt Roll Is ^S.'biSO.IIII  !     AND WHWTVRAH It In proposal ti*  | |H!inn Pobenturw! of tbo mild Oity of  ��������� Cumberland for tbo mini of $aril)iM),lH'  S I'Onrlnpr intercut t.hornnn at the ntt*i  of itlx por cent pur nnnum   aa horn-  S. 80 ranch of the monies collected for and received by tbe City  Tronsurer under tho provisions of the  Yly-law or By-laws to |>o Passed nfter tbo nnssope of thin By-law as  r.-01'cmentloried cs shall bo sufflciont  to provide the annual interoat on tlmi  moneys borrowed on tbo "omxity of  said '(lobonturos and tbo annual (linking fund for thc payment of tbo  prlnclprl monies due upon the said  debentures hIioII, imnic.liatcly on receipt tlicroof, be not a������Ido by the said  City Treasurer nud ptneed by liiin to  ��������� n. Rop.tratfi account wllh tbe Uankfirn  of tho Coriioration of the unit! City  of Ctinvberlnittl, tlierrout Hliall bo  pair!    tlm eottpoim or littorst-t   upon  OF EVEHY KIND, in any  quantity, by the pnekage or  by the pound,  Ornamental Shrubs  Fruit Trees  Grown to suit tho B. C,  climuto.  ,   ,  ,    tlio debmitiirop or borrowed monies an  tfti-r providctl (which In the .loht tn tho mm    H,|H��������� fnJm (|me ^   Um  rnvnammmtvun  Thai nre 11 Select Line, Your  M11.il Naturally Tunis m die  Singer, Humber,  .loyal En^eld,  & Coventr/.  Wc have them all Wiiu* lur  prices, wiih 1'iet* \V1hi!s, t\>;i������r  <.-r or vnriiib.e j������t-ar������.  *.''������������������, :x������ k"\ 11 a;  "     '   ' A, ���������*. ��������� ,.  -     ... -|TT-r  I'I*  N>          "'.   v'.   1.1!    ',���������<���������'. *'     I '      "���������'.'IV '���������'  !i''i' ra ';*/.-'.        " i'*1"' ���������'���������'���������A   :,u'i  ,.   ���������-.���������   nr.'.f.-:   ' 1 i     ,  l; (        ! .,*���������.-  "��������� ,;n:'  '���������!   ! :      '"��������� .'"t  'l\, -w     ������.  mm* - <m    *Wm   MMM ������>������������������������������������������������������������������ tHHW-^WW "*��������� <"������4I"MMM*K*  <i ;   saI.:-:    \'.  ., . * ..    *>.-l\  Not. only is it a nice mild  smoke, but the "drawl Duke*'  Ciyiu* hns nil those nectssaiy  qualities which give no ililieh  suli'fuelion to the stnnker.  Successful Sale of Work.  A very iMHWhsful Hah* ol' work,  I 1 aid of Nf. J-VterV CIiiiivIi, Co.  mux, wus  held   in   tlu*   K, of I'.  Hull ui. ihe sih nl' .linn*.   Tlituikt.  are 'lili- tn nil Iho Imlii'!' who   cuii-  ;.:' ������������������ .:' ���������('... r.i i,. ,.,,  i.i 1 ;ii<ii 1   ���������    1 ,i|-,,-N   I..*..,       ,\. ��������� 1    ,.,  f    HT  AMU \V'il lt'-������l lllll'd tO lilllkl* t||(<  I1 ���������:'" ���������    ui'i'i''  . Ani'ititf 1 In' 1 liitijr*    ������������������   ���������-,   -i  'i.-!l, iln ���������-'���������ii liv    il,,'  *'��������� *" ;. '��������� i - ��������� t 1 < ui.". ,S"li,iui. i ..,���������  H '''    ' ��������� ���������  ji'i'iijly 'li ������'*ii'ii*'il.    ii,.'  i*'' *���������! v. "i I: \\;" ['ic i'i. *! . v.-r i.,  Mr . t\    ������������������   mmI    Mr.v .\|.-lv i  1 '���������������������������������������������       ���������    ,  I|)l ntl*   ttl-l'i-  IH'il' .'    ���������;������������������  ���������unii--.-'i,- ,: ui'  Mr-. 11. !; 'iin.i'1  I .'I I '   'I'.' I'I HIM I .11   ���������       I   I  ������������  '. .-ii ���������. -I   k mt .!���������'.������ ."������' v.'.j   ii     t  ''������������������   1 I    "it    I. '���������    I'M- tin ,\        ,1.1    .1,  *'  '���������'���������;.      -..   ������l,M. I>lu i)i'-u,...i'   ,  :. 1 |  ..-".!���������        ,. ��������� .|',������'       I   .'I-       \ ]      ���������  I.i;    ���������     'I*        .    .a  i *    *  v' ���������-���������������������������>*r ,**r r   -"'  in crc.ntoil by this lly-I.nw.)  j    TMISniCKOJlW thn  Municipal  Conn  ; ell of tho City uf Cuuiliurlitml cinict'-i  jik fnllowu:  I,   THK    MONEYS    rulMd   niiib'i'  MiIh Hy-Law ulinl! bn fnrthv/ltli   n>  pfiidcd in tin* ciiii.-'.trixtioi) ol m*v;eni  nnd for t.b������ piii'i'Oi-i'ii i?i*iiei'������lly men  Coiled  In  tbia  Ily Law,  and for   tu*  'itli'.-r ir.trportCH.  '.'    IT   HIIA1.I, \m    lnwfiil  fur    tin-  Mnyor of    t>jo    CnrpnrnlJoii   nt tin  I'lt.y  of     Ciii-il.ci'lui'd to l.iii'lu'.v   ut,  tlie iiucitrlty cf ilii'ver HhIcm and .'*������*'���������  er Itcntulii irnpn'iiMl, levluil and   col  lictdblP, in tlio Kfild City nl Ciii������;,i.'i   i  liii.d ami by wny cf i,'ii:iri*iilci'   uimn |  (lie credit of tin* no Id Corporal Inn 'i v I  ,viiy   uf  tin*   IliUuitUi-"*     liwi'limMi.*!'  iiuiiilntiiid, irom any puri'im* hi* pur 1  uuiiH tit    body ur UtUii-ii c<,i'p"'.*!iti!,  '.���������I..', miiv lie wlllittr t'v riilvrneo   tin: |  nrirn<< n������ n loan, n  h'iiii of money not. |  (������������������tciifidltiK In  tin* t/lii'lti tlio i.i.m   1^1 1  fnll duo, and the monies to provide  Uio moid fifiiiiinl filnkttijr fund slmll Jie  placed on deposit ami with tho intercut thereon shall bn alb*wed to ue-  fuimiilfito, wiil thereout slinll bo paid  the prli cliijil monies borrowed, n������  the sniil dobonturns uliall from tllho  1.0 timo hPCumn due,  II. TIIIH IIY 1,A\V 'MIMA,, before  the final pnrttlir- thereof, rncfiivn tl'������  ii,;i;ciit, 1 if tlm Elt'olor.-! of tlm said  City ������,f ''iimbrrliiul, in tlm ninutior  tirovldcil fur in tlio Municipal  (laiiHiH Act, and idinll tako eltoet. 1111  the day i.f ter tlm final ,pnn������lii*! thereof.  III. THIH BY L.UV mny tint be i-l-  liTfil or mpt'til'wl save with thn cur  n'l.t   if   tlio laeiitcnaiit (iiivcrtior In-  Cnilncll,  11. THIH IIY-I./.V." Khali bc cited  ., .  'iti.���������  <--,>,.���������������,��������� *nv.T,ir.'    HUH."  T.'iK): .TOTJ1"!? <\ -\ Mn- ,J*wi'  Catalogue  Free by Mail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Ltd.  788 Gmnvillo Srroet  P. 0.  Cox 1003  VANCOUVER, B.O.  ili]i|il|ii������HUI.Wlffi!rgH.Wm.aWa  The following Muhc douses will  be sold at con piice :���������  Graded Course of S'.udies for 'h  F'iano, oho of grade 1,  and  two of  gritde 2.  Five,  copies-of Schmitt5-    Five  Finger ISxerche������.  Two copies of Czerny'B Exercise?,  Peters Edition.  One copy Carl  Fi.herVBfl.it'  Cornet Courst1.  Three copies Carl Fisher'a B flat  (31 a ri on euCou rje^_____________J__^_,  KQR SALE AT THE OFFICE^  OF THE CUMBKULAN1) KIWS.,  Mi'i J. W. Bidden will leave  on.WedndsUay morning- for Vio-  torirto be-present'at the-wedding  inipti>ilsof his sister nnd ('.'np.  tain McDonald,' son of Senator Mo  Donald, wnii'li will tako phico in  that city on the 22nd, instant.  Advertisers will t'onl'or n fnvor  by bringing m 'heir ads. not hirt-i"  tlinn'Moinlny, as tbis will oiiuhlo  I tie pi'intoi's, to insert it in, tho  next issue on the following Tuts--  day. ���������    . - ���������  LAND ACT,  l''oi'i)i of Noti-o.  Uupci't, Vnnoiiiivor Inland hnnd DUtrio*.  Uistriut ot Kupoit, out uf hidhII lake  nbt.iU.jf of ,1 milu mirth of Clenrulo I*n' e.  TAKHNOI'IOKUintl, Matilda I.otibe  (Jroploy, of Vanooiivor. <ioun|iu*inii mitrrid  womiiu, it IoihIk to apply for pi-riniiBlon to  piirohntd fiiliiiwiiimioiuriliiti lamlsj  Ciiininniio ti nt 11 punt pliintod tlirpn  railaui'ii.li ��������� f S.'V. oorner of n.tt'HK'ilp Sj  flii'liu������ mt '1(1 (���������ItniiiHi Ihoti'i' 8 tttli .|(l  (*linif, cr^'HutiK.'diniill rivuri tliouuu w<nl  l-il clinlii 1 ttont'o north H) chains t. ptipt  I' (inMi'tii* (!(������niu..t, bftinflfiil) nt Kill tin***,  A|;|i|ldll  t, MHTII.HA  I DI'IAK ClIOI'I.KV,  A^'t'iit, Alfr d li. Cto-iluy.  I)|lt������(t .hntnlMt, IIUI),  Kuiiti No, II.  LAND ACI-  Fi'T'o of N'nticn,  Siitisl'itwtion ��������������������������� Uuy a -'Gifinil  Duke" and have sntislWiimi, Union iiiiidi*, hnnd niitdc aiui iiiiulo  from elt'iir llnvitna Filler,  FOU SALE���������A K011I Hun.  about Aiitoinobilu. 15-18 Horse-.  powt������i' -I ������yli)idi*r, nil Newly paint-.  od, nnw tyoi's, nnd ovorything coin-  plote'1-..prico 8700.00. Apply to  .1, It. .lohnston, Coui'lenay I loud.  mmmw*mmmimmMmimmm,mmmmmm,lnmmmWm.m*i,mm,vmm*. ���������**>  [���������'OR SALK A live mini,...I  houso on half lot. For further particulars apply "t this o'.lloo  KOU ltl5NT~Knrnii.lm.lri.oms  Apply Mrs. .J, I,. H������h, llospittl  Street.  ***!*"* ������������������������������*������������������.*  ���������>?,iiMl)U.<m cnm*noy, and t������������ viunm alt   in n tr������l������> nr������|������y of Uu- propm-ed   ,|l,v  st'c'i *ttm������ no rui'Mid <<i   licci*.n)   t*  li..-- i-n'.i1. Itit'i this bnniln * I Die. Trcii'i  Hnv,  upon'which the vole o{   tin.  VutlO -liver In ,.u,l I. uni PiUrlot.  Dm i'11.nl' Hii|iiii't,ouilaiijiiHiutuih< rt.*H  of Q'tturiu* Lilt-*. '  TAKK Kollt'K thn.I. Mat Uh Uniw  Ci'wili.v. 1 f Viini'niivnr. 1 i-nuimtlnn mil'-  rml W'liuun. inti'iiiU to i<|>i>'y for perinm  -in* to |������nrrltiH������ tin* fi>l]i.vtiim <'o eriLed  1 tn(|,<'iiii.nioimin������lit u |������mt pliiileil one  ttii.euurl'i *>f tlio s.H'. ci'iimi >*f tounitiip  FOU SA!,K ���������2hoiutsoi,Will,  d.'i'inei't* Avoiino and 2 Imnsis mi  Tlilitl Stivot.    K, (Imul t-c Co,  C. H TARBELL  eetme* tiuuNtww  a* ������'���������rh������   tv,   iMHi.l.'lp.illlvwllil.������I..UH.   at Hnl-  ������Ol.mi*W cut-iOolunm, tltouao mmli 40   J   r^m<   u*.mJ.���������mmm  Ii-liium; 1I1-1.1*. ww������t aw f^r ** th������ wul������*m'   1   llPllPrnl   iinrflVj/irP  Mi,. ���������;i,| t*i.ip..piti,*iii inr ti..* i!:';":''',1���������1V T^il'ir-Sliiip.    Ili.niiiiiir Av  nml   Willi  IX*  uhjict  IfN.'llil.-f'l'c    iv   ' '  f.rr'.lt...   TU������ M..|.Mi.������K*ntiirt-.;  :.l.oU'" M..������i.|:iy, Jum* atnii, i'.MH,  from  '���������iiitmn tltfl rrimrtittit-t id (In  fit,- <yi . <> a   j(i��������� lu 7 p in.  HIGH GRADE STOVES;  And ������ll KJTCHF.N    UTENSILS'  Spotlsiueiis Goods  and  |.' nn' ot'ls'i'tl, In tlic fi'll'iv.-liv* tcrrrm,  -if oh nenr tlic'ito .-is enn In:  ' TJ,������   )m)ir<'i't    "f  tni*   i")!'i-nv  -'ninrl-������   rm-1   t!i"   lt.t.������rfit   M.������r<"ii<  'i mli-r    i%.i      *,f'>������t*.t"'<'   '.������   t'!������-   r������  ��������� ���������'���������,,,'ttt\'*, dnttn nlum tre rtrw f ,li  "d*i������i under the tnrrn* <? Hili' .Vt<r.  -till*. Is b*txt.y I'Uurr.r.tvA j.;.- ts  t    i'i, <<f ,'<:.'-.   <t{    I- .     I '���������   y    ,:'  -. I Hi' ������il. l*'\.  1.    XT   m.AU. lt������  ������*'V������t'i������ fi.r    ������h.  ��������� Id  '.Insnr to rti' w r rt   t*'p * er    .,'  e> J *,* ���������. !���������#���������*  Ui  t.r, fn--.*1!-   r-i.r-t',*  oi '  O-*- r-ii f..r tx.rb  r.'itr* *��������� t-r,y * *   !������������������   j  <i irfiJ, not    ������icceu.lj; Howca, VmK. *  Al.l'.X. M.-KIXNOS.  Citv C'������'rk  NtlTl'T?  Iti liu^* oi. li)<***iiiAiir.'t* iiiit   rml  *���������v i*..r<������ <if   ihe   I'nimi   f'ollldry  C ������������������I'l'flt') by :tisy   \tftH,h   or   )*r  .���������������.*��������� -    .'X������'* Ji  *J������il i-���������'������--������,. <"lfi������siIV  ydM'-**e*l.      Kit | i(>V-������ ���������������    ' T*    'III'-  .ml    t tltlll    -it'     ������  ������������    ������      I  Wllltl      *Htl  ������!���������   - ,)vr  Vi **   ���������������  *���������   I.ltti'  i.'l.4scl  'olH>* *-f Miid Uio1: IIhiiu' Ml wit g Vie  ���������.ti.,n- mul |iit,o in n tb.iitli w.Bt rdfOlUm  ������ |.. int d.'i* nor-li "f ji'-ii t of .> minercc.  nn- t; tti ii-1- Hindi t" p int of con nioncfl  ii,< i.l nii.v i .in(j iiH-'ti' UkiiiQUH,  A|(ll.������f.l, M.ntln l.nt tnrA'liofl.r.Y,  A/,i-*.'., .'.!( *���������! ll '.'t-n.U*.  |)i.t<<l.liiiic II, IDtll.  Tbt ic will lm ������t'r������*ic?������������ lud.i n!  il,.- Mi-i)i.i<ji>t ChurtIt on &tin������l*y  niAt, tin* iU-v, |J, C,   FrutJinail oil!  I..Ui)i������  ,\v\\ S lnr*I y will Ih' "puy-'hty,  NOTIUK  Any person or persons, pnttliijf,  i'oiit������viii^ or taking   nny   nittcUs,  ti.'ll'i-r "i* Mv.'i'l, i>f iinv dfiJ-ril'llnibi  K.|o'*i:iiiu t������������ th.* \\'<-lliiigt*jii Col-  ii������������i*j* Co'y., or fffjin or ������������ff th* WI  uf th������ ������������l������l (?uii������|.i\ny. wiil lm pr**- .  f..*tiU'i) lo iln* full .-M.-.U "T ti.f> In-*,  V. d i.:uiv..  t  Si)j**'rint������'nd.*tit  Wt'llitigton Cwll������������^ t'tijjf, the news, con:KB1
.00 a Year
The Oliver Typewriter for 17 Cents
a day!
Please read the headline over again. Than
its tremendous Hignilicuuoo will ddwaupon
An�� Oliver Typewi iter���the ftnndard
vs ble writer-the tn.ist highly perfectid
typewriter ou the market-yours for 17 cent*
a day !
Tbo typewriter whose conquest of the
commercial world is a matter of business
biato-y-yourn for 17 cents n dny!
Tno typewriter that is equipped with
8oord of such oonvenietioesas "The B.duuce
Shif'."-"The Ruling Device"-Tho Double
Release"-" Tho Locomotive Base"-"The
Au.omii-ii' Spuc*r"-The Automatic Tahu-
l;i or"-" The Disappearing Indioat r"-"Tlie
���Adjustable Paper'Fin
:'A        gers"-"The Scientific
. , ,?i�� i^fcislyalfc) Coud.iU-Oil       Key
The drink of strong men and healthy women.
Drink   U   B. C. Bohemian
The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B.C
HERCULES Stump; Pullers
new buIii plan recently, just to feol th
pulHe of the people.   Stnipiy a small cash
payinun-,-than 17 cents a day.' That i
tb-.* plan in a nutshell.
Thevenit  Ims beeu  inch a   delate  ol
application* for machines that we are sin
p'y astounded.     .
Tho demand comes from people of all
classes, all ages, all oc upaiious.
The majority nf i-qu ries has come fron-,
pooiile of knowing financial standing who
wero attr.icied by the novelt/ of the prop
osition. An impressive di-monstratiou of
the im iioase popu'iuifcy of tho Oliver Type
^vTtter:  *-*, ==
A wt, it lliog confirmation .of our heli-f that
th-Ka of Universal Typewriting, in.nt
A Quarter of a Million People are Making MONEY with
llJe "mmLmm.
The Oliver T; pjwritoi i*a nouey-niaki r
rig-it- fr.itu tie word "��u!" So oany tu rtui
J\ that beifin or* suoi got. in  lie ' oxyen.'
iiiUan.   Kari tu yot lnir.i.   Lot tlu iu��-
I chine piy tha 17 ot'iils * oay-aud till nbo.u
|* that i�� yours.
Wlinrtiver you n c, ilif-ro'.-. wor!< to io
ft-di'timiiU moii'y tn bn in.i i j by usui-'u ho
|Oiivor.   The biuii-eu* ����� oild i�� tulli'-jr l* r
i!<)  v !' 0|) 'lilt' I'i-   TIllTJ lll'sl lion owoinjli to
IVujipl) tli** dunauil. Ti-c t mliiriubiiu. coii-
[��jitloi'*l'ly itiiovu those of many cU����j�� ot
* An Oliver Typewriter in every home!'
That is our hiitllo o y today. Wn It ��� v,i
| miiiti tlicO iviir stipr- iiih hi umjfulii'HH a -I
jfilMilntely iiiilbp'.'ltHlib'o in I aid'*<��*. N w
jouiuns (liiii.iiii|it('Hi. of dm lioin*'.
The Mrnjilieity ani nt toil^tlt ol* i lu; O 1 er
|',lltit tor liiinily uko,   U ik bcco-ninu nn
iiiHortiiit 'no or in llm holm* i-rnini' g *>f
lytmi'K iiiop'r.   An r<l.iu��t**r uh well   -h n
liuni i*,v maker,
11 III       i'W  HI'lli'iK   |ll.:i   pll H    III''    '~>\ vt*
li t it) tlirinliiilll nf - W'l.v ll'Hll"   i ��� Aill' i'-
'itm.   Will yotu'limn th" duo    <*i   tour
I iniiiii or (illl*.!t' nn I bin I't'ti) irk-b o Oliver
Pjn luiii!*,,
iVilii' I' r  further ihUiln of tnir tuny
jiUVr iniiiii tine t"py ot llm tt��w Olivm
|*.ill ll*. -tdlll'OHM
Tlie Olivor Typewriter Company.
The Olivor Typewriter Building,
Cblcaifo, Hit., U.fl A.
�� Dunsmuir Ave. Ciitr-herbind 9
9 ���       . .     (0
.J. JACK, >hoi��.
��� ' ,"""/	
A Fine Assortment of
the Choicest Candies,
Fruits and Tobacco
Vancouver Ice Cream.
King Edwards' Income.
Under the arr,ui^eino?it: made
by Parliament in 1001, when Edward VIJ, succeeded to the throne
lie and his family received. S2715,
000 a year as civil list, or S210,--
000 moro than Queen Yictoria.
This suin was allowed thus:
Civil li��t (o the King
and Queen $2,350,000
Annuity io the Priinie of
Wales     100.000
Annuitv to the  Princess
of Wales     50.OC0
Provii'inn for the King's
Daughter*..���     90,000
Allowance to Queen Victo-
ri.t's .ervnntt*  125,000
A Clip Ot j-/>v-'V .'
tonic in any ,=;f*<K��*-. b ���' ���*��� \
valuable in main* a. * r v. ;���.. ,���*-.
A little added, lo* H'-'.i'K"!
and Stews greatly iinl:.,ve5
their food value. Try it when
warming Ginned Meats.
Walworth=Rolston Co.Ltd
1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, E. C*
I'Cumberland Livery f
I and Feed Stable..,   i
KINDS  .....
e e
You can now obt-uin tlie Cuiniier
Id nd News for tor $1.00 a year.
Lpc ue eend it lo you.- Payable in
?OJl SALE A thorojighhred
Jersey hull i'or sale. Apply to IX
Old papers for sale at the Ne*. s
Lever Brothers, Toronto, v.ill send j-ou
free a cake of their fninous Plantoi
toilet soap, if you mention this paper,
E. 0. Eaide Pipe* iittiiifj; and
General repairing,
and Coal
���}�� Diiiisinuir Avenue
^h^^.^.^h.h^��^H4'H-��V * "''�����'��� >>'"0-n it.nl ivii'iimoruiu'tl'roi
tlliiiOll lit tllll* D'plitllitinl,    II''  U'O I'llk't)
SRALKIJ TIONDKUS iidilivf��H,io tl i
under ���it-noil, uud andoi'itud "Ti
dor fur Steel UbiIko fur JJritinli Uoliun-
b'i," will bo rtroivul tit'tliiti ollluo u.nil
���t,,ln V. M., on Wodiii'StVy, July 20.It,
1 10, for IhooiiiKtruoti m uf u Ste<'l B.j-*-
VVoil Twin Sinew Bn**ffj Loud u�� DiarlKfi.
PI ui,   H|iw!i(lenti()ii i*i) 1  f -Iin nl' u.-ii-
mnnmm,, -mmmwniWJm
'** '���   >��
w a -��
'ji. a n
^ ���*: :*i
*r, ...
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*j .   'd
,*i -,*
T. W <H
**,  ���*   0
3�� K
s S
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1 *
i    **,     O
fi "?   8
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3    ll
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j ii *
V.  e
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t a
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v. ���-������   .
a* ?i
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u  *
IH      /,
6     ,
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-y 2
M   *t\  ���**
*C    |   ��H
!   "5 Z I-
������   x ri *">
*~~]svefTyionclay~antPruesday I
will be in town tq deliver Fresh"
Butter and 'all kinds f'i'Vegetables
and     also       potatoes; will
sell cheap.
Always the same, nnd just as
jrnod m ever.' The ''Grand Duke"
Total  $2,715,000
Il was provided that Queen Alex
andra in the event of of her surviving King Edward should receive
$3">0.000:i. year The $2,350,000
of Ihe civil lun was allotted:
Their Ma; ri ies' privy
purse.. *'fj50,000
���Sal.iries of the household..629.0C0
E.xi.ei.808-i.f the        "      ..965,000
Works .......100,000
Royal bounty, alms, etc... (56,000
Unajtpropriited    40,000
An Ad in the  News
pays.     Try it.
Total  $2,350,0.00
In addition the King's privy-
purse' receives tbe income of the,
Duchy of Lancaster, which lat-1
year was $o20,0()0. Tlie Pritme of
Wale.1 in the same way ?en-ives the
revenue * f ihe Duchy of Cornwall,
which was .$-135,000 last year.
One of the hrst tasks io occupy
ihe J3ri*.ieh Parliament will be tr-
II iviiiy built u Inr^o wa-ehoitBe and mil
at Cour. iiay, I will i-i funiro keew on
hand u stock i.f nil tiudu of Hay, Gr.iu,
and Feed at. o��est murkec rates, A
sp cially will; l>" made ��f roder crushed
foed fur liors ��wliicn wjli miue a unviuu
of fine tluro'n tlm co-t of tioih Onloii
(,'ivni Uietearaistpr or hy phono will be
pmin.itly fil.dil, Tlmi king yoo tat ) our
p-itr mm* in * ho p ut nud aolioi iur a ion
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4M. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COIAJMBIA^  LA GRIPPE  Arrested, and Consumption Cured  j      Mr.G. D.Colwcll.ol Walkervi'k.Ont  ! vu striken down with L������ Coppe in IVOb  and it left him in very b������d condition.  He  i tayi* I was allru-idriwn and bordering on  Coniumption. I could not deeP4tn ght.,  had awfulswrats, nnd couchedtitatly the  I whole.time. Tins i������ How 1 jvm when 1  began to take P.ychinc, m a low nervous  I itate ; but f. om the first b tt!e I began to  improve,   ltdid marvel, for m= and brought  ' me back to health in no time, making a new  I man of me. It forlfe the body againit  Ihe attack* of La Gripi* and I. a .me pre-  vcntal.ve. I always take Psyehine .1 Heel  a cold coming on aud it putt n* tight m  DO time."  MO HOME SHOULD  BE  NWITHOUT PSYCHINE  Far S*U b������ aU Umpiit' ���������������i Dtalwra, Site. 4 $1  m*t boUte.  Dr. T. A. SLOCUM  LIMITED,  TORONTO  Nothing In That Line '  Mrs.  Budget    bunt    her    gaze    on i  George.  "Have you road    Mr.    Catchford's |  yellow book?" s'ie asked him.  "I   have, dear���������it is very  interest-!  inK-" i  "Ah! Then you noticed that she  said the nation is looking for some  one thing in particular?" '  Dover appears  to have    a    polico-  , oflicor who is gifted with a sense   of.  'humor.    A  few days  ago the  King's,  ; yacht  wus lying in the bay, and, as ]  .tin-  King    wns    going    to    sleep on  hoard and cross the channel on the  : following moi-'hig, an old lady went  ' up to one of the eo"slables an ' a-k d  him if he eoud tell her who was goi*g  'to guard T'is Mnj'vst" all nifht.  i The hobbv thereupon remarked that  . himself and s"ven morn had the job,  \ and were going to take it in tur'is in  , swiminini.'  round  th>  boat all  night,  Uhus kf-oHng'away nnv disturbers cf  A WONDERFUL CAPTAIN.  Collingwood Had Misfortune Always  to Follow Someone.  ColHngwood's fame is great and lasting, but in the'imagination of his fellow-countrymen he remains a somewhat shadowy figure among the more  tangible heroes of his time, a man ol  splondid achievement and of undim-  ine.'J reputation, but one who never  moves alone, or first, across the stage,  Mj-8 Henry Newbolt in The London  Graphic. This was his destiny from  the beginning; wherever he went in  life he found a, greater man ahead of  him.  There is something strangely omiti  ���������*i-    ...i.:..i,   i,,  Assisting Him  Ardent Youth���������Miss Dora, if I  could only find words to express my���������  , Enthusiastic young woman im-  j'pulsively handing him a small book)  I ���������0 Mr.. Gruncwald, learn Esperanto.  j It's the simplest and most expressive  : language you ever heard of I  ' Racial pride is a kind of patriotism  : that lasts as long as any sentiment.  j The story is told of a stranger in Mil-  1 waukee, who, seeing nn Irishniun at  ' work in the street, ask**d liiin what  \ was the population of the town.  i "Oh, about 40,000," was the reply.  "Forty thousand! It must certain-  ; ly have more than that," said the  i visitor.  1    "Well," said,,the Irishman, "it wud  bejihout 275,000 if ve were to count  Guaranteed Full Weight  "SALADA" Tea is weighed by electric weighing  machines.   The net weight is printed on every  package.  We absolutely guarantee it to contain   .  lull weight without the lead covering.   Have your  grocer empty a package and weigh it for you.  There is something strangely onn.- |bp nhmit 275,000 if yo were to cc  ous in the regularity with wtiien ne itu'Dutcri,���������������������������Youth's Companion,  was sent by fate to sail in Nelsons ���������    1.   oy   uni:   iaj   cum,   ...   ���������,   wake. As a lieutenant he succeeded  him first in the Lowestoffe and then in  the Bristol; as a commander he followed him in the  Badger, and as a  thus keeping away nny uisuuihub    m lowell  mm  in  u������  ������>������������b-*.- ��������� -���������"  "���������  the King's sicca ��������� With'this the old; post.captain in the THinchinbroog. He  .     . "       ,    . ._,:../���������....! *    .   .     ...:tl.    I.i...    inirtni-    HllirllfiS    111    XllO  'pronounced si-keen  mmmmrnkmsa������������������������������������  lady seemed satisfied.  ��������� An automatic time signal s<mt out  from the Hamburg observatory by  telephone to all instruments connected with the system of that city has!  been heard as far as Copenhagen and  Paris.  was with him under Hughes in tho  West Indies, and gave him invaluable  backing through the troubles over the  May I call you Mabel?" he asked  at their second meeting, pretending  to he badly smitten.  "If you wish to, but my name is  Gertrude."  "Perfectly trustworthy" is the character    of    Bickle's  Anti-Consumptive  He Was "Next"  "The junior partner wants to see  you right away," announced the  bookkeeper. "I guess it's the bounce  for yours."  "Nix," responded the office boy.  "He only wants to find out what new  players have been signed."���������Washington Herald.  The EnpVsli ra'lna's we*e at one j  time prohibited  from    carrying    pas- j  snngers   who   were   going  to   a  prize  fight.  bacKing uirougii u><= ���������,���������������������...---- , actor    v.    ..-v  ������       Navigation Laws; seconded him in ms 1 gyru u C(m bp UBC(j witli the ut-  magnificent disobedience at bt. wn- , ^ conc1c1pnCR l1vU. it will do what  cent; carried out.his plan for the lra- is elaimed {or it,. It is sur��������� in its of-  falgar attack;  succeeded him in tne ; f ^ the vm of,jt win okarly de.  Mediterranean command, ana inero ( mong1mte nn(i cnn be relied upon to  found death, after a wearier strode, , ^.^ ^ cM mt q{ fh(, SJ^m more  "  i effectively than any other medicine.  'Try  it   and  be  convinced  that  it  is  iwhat it is claimed to be.  Sealed "SALADA" Packets guarantee  full  weight and tea  unequalled for goodness, freshness and fine flavour.   Black, Mixed and Natural Greon, 40c, S0c, 60c and 70c per lb. ������������������  aniokly stopk i;oii������l*'-  t������,  throat and   liuto-  mmt>   cold*,  heala  ���������   85 ������ul-  Intefhally    and    Externally    It    Is  Good.���������The cro-nintr property of Dr,  Thomas' Kclectric. Oil  is that it can  he   used   internally   fir   many     com- j  nlaints  as  well  as  externally.      For |  sore  thront,   croun.   wliooning  cough, j  ���������i<tins  in the chest,  colic  and  ninny 1  kindred    ailments    it    has    curative  qualities   that   are ' unsurpassed.    A  bottle of it  costs littlo  a"d  there  is 1  no loss in always having it at hand.  Mistress���������Bridget, it always seems  to me that, the crankiest mistresses  get. the best cooks.  Cook���������Ah!   Go on wid yer blarney!  A Pleasant Purgative.���������Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills are so compounded as  to operate on both the stomach and  the bowels, so that they act along the  whole alimentary and excretory passage.    They are not drastic  in their  "~WOTk7^rat~Tni'ld-ly^U'i'gt.U.V)j^-aiid_������Uijd_  pleasure of taki'-g them is only��������� equal-  ' ted by the gratifying effect they produce. Compounded only of vegetable  substances the curative, qualities of  which were fully tested, they afford  relief without chance of injury.  "Old Grabber ought to be satisfied  with the. money lie has."  "He is satisfied���������so much so that  he wants a lot more, of exactly the  same kind,"  Hor Ladyship���������"Have  Fido his scran?"  Buttons���������"Yes, him."  "And his cutlet?"  "Yes, 'um."  "And his jellvFV  "Yes, 'um."  Her   Ladvship���������"Then  you   given  I,   unci    a    ���������\.���������. ....        ^u  but in the same obedience to the lova  of duty.  It is true that of this extraordinary  record part only was the work of accident;  part may  have been due to  the insight of the authorities,1 and tha  most memorable items were the result  of Collingwood's own genius for loyalty.   But the result has been that the  public has hitherto been  content tn  find the biography of Collingwood in  the Life of Nelson, and has taken little pains to form a  clear picture ol  the man himself, apart from his me-  j morable services and his almost more  memorable friendship.    Another  contributing cause was, no doubt, the fact  that Collingwood was actually less visible' to his contemporaries than any  prominent Englishman of his time. Ta  the people of these islands he was a  name, a force, a safeguard, but hard-  ! To prevent the. alteration of checks  j or other valuable papers an inventive  I genius has brought, out an electric  j apparatus which burns tiny holes in  ! the paper as the inscription is written.  PRESERVE  BM3Y'S SKIN  A lifetime of disfigurement and suf.  fering often results from the neglect,  in  infancy and  childhood, of  simple  kin affections. In the prevention and  treatment of minor eruptions and in  the promotion of permanent skin and  hair'health, Cuticura Soip and Cuticura Ointment are .absolutely unrivalled.        Itching,    bunting      eczemas,  12 Tumors Removed Without An Operation  isllver Lake, Ont,. Sept. 20, 1909.  Dear Mrs. Currah.���������I am tnjoylng better health thnn 1  have lor eight years,  i na 1 think I am entirely cured.    1 have none ot the old symptoms.    I am very  f-nicfu*  tor my present health, and think Ounce Lily In the g.e������tp������t  treatment   ������������������ -^  jor   womeIl   the   world  knows.    IU  use in my case caused 12 tumors  or growths of some sort to be expelled. Some were as large as a hen'f  egg, and others smaller, down to  the size of a walnut. You may ue*  my case ln your advertisement, for  it is the solid truth, and pen  cannot describe all the good lt he it  done for me.   Mrs. Louise E. Boltc-  This letter gives an indication of  the positive benefits that always  follow the use of Orange Lily. It is  an applied treatment and comes  in  direct contact with  the suffering  ���������.i-.- . orcans.     It   produces   results   from  disorders, including   painful   periods,   falling   of  the start in all cases of women's  womb, irregularities, leucorrhoea,  etc  I���������9X - ������������������-��������� 1���������   Va^   ....  <j>l will send a sample box containing iv uays treatment absolutely free to any  suffering woman who has not yet tried it, lf she will send mo her address. Enclose I  ���������tamps and address MRS. FRANCES E. CURRAH, Wtndior, Ont. e  es,  leucorrnoen,  cK.  sample box containing 10 days'  name, a force, a s^S"*1���������*1^"?'   T^es   irritations and chafings yi������ld  ly a living and convertible bemg   a j "s^-.^ wh(?n all el     {ails.   The  vou  may  have some  to   bed."  USING-  bread and cheese and go  INJURES HEALTH  What You Need in Spring is  a Blood Building Tonic  ly a living mm i..,-..^...      historical personage who happened to  be  still alive,  but of  course  out ol  reach.  For long and continuous sea service  his life has no parallel; out of fifty  years he spent less than six on shore;  iMBlJ!!SJo_bis death in 1810 he hail  but one year aThome. Itrtho^e-seven-  teen years of war he fought in three  great battles���������the ; First of June, St.  to Cuticura when all else fails. The  Potter Drug & Chemical Corporation,  Boston, U.S.A., sole proprietors of  the Cuticura Remedies, will be glad  to send you their free 31-page hook  on the care and treatment of the skin  and scalp.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc..  When young a girl wonders if she  will ever meet a man she would  marry; after she gets older she wonders if sho, will ever meet one she  wouldn't  marry.  Your Druggist Will Tell You  Murine Eye Itemedy relieves Sore  Eyes, Strengthens Weak Kycs,  Doesn't Smart, Soothes 'I'lyo 'Pain,  and sells for fiOc. Try Murine in  Your Eyes and in Ruby's Kyos.for  b'caly Eyelids and Granulation.  '   1  Roots do not, tthsoth free water of  tho soil���������thnt. which will drain away  if given a chance. It is the tnoistuie  held by soil partielcH which is used  by plants,  Minard'������ Liniment   Cures    Dandruff.  Worn-out    ln<>o    ciMnins  squaroti make goo:l dishclo'.h.s  A Thorough PHI.---To elo'tr the  stomach and bowels uf impurities und  irritants Ik new wry when their action is irregular, The nills that "ill  do this work ���������thoroughly are Par-  melee's Vegetable Pills, wliioli are  mild in action but mighty i'i I'esuHs,  They purge palnhiisly nnd elfeeiivly,  nnd work a penni't)*"'! I'm". They  can he u-cd without, feur by tin* um t  delicately eotmtitntoil. as then' un- no  painful  ('fleets  preceding tln'ii' gentle  operation,  t ...        Uigl",V��������� The miitnnii'-n uni ennilue.  tors are going to give an upeni, 1  hear.  Littleton- What on"?  Higley- -"C'liiiU'ti" if t'lutrtvv  A spring medicine is an actual no-1  cessity to most people. Nature demands it as an aid in carrying off the J  impurities that have accumulated in j  the blood during the indoor -life of j  winter. Hut unfortunately thousands ,  of people who do recognize the neces-!  sity of a spring medicine do not!  know what is best to take and dose j  themselves with harsh, griping pur- j  gatives,  This is a serious mistake. -Ask any  doctor and lie will tell you that the  use of purgative,   medicine   weakens  the    system    but does not cure dis.  ease,   In the spring the system needs  building  up���������purgativi���������'_    cannot    do  this���������they weaken you still more, The  blood should ho made rich, red and  pure, and only a tonic medicine can  do    this.    The  best   blood  building,  nerve restoring tonic medical science  has  yet discovered  is  Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pills.    Kvery dose of this modi- j  cine actually makes now, rich blood.  I Thin new blood stremrthens every or-1  'enn,  every nerve  and  every  p-nf of 1  I the body,   This is why Dr. Williams'j  cut into, pink Pills cure homlni'lnu and back-1  inches,   rheumatism    and    neuralgia.:  j bullish  pimpl"<  and  "ructions,    and!  give a glow of health    to   Ihe most 1  sallow skin,   Men, women and grow,  ing boys and g'Vls who t-ik-** Dr. Wil-  ili'lllis'  Pink  Pills eat  well, sleep well,  and feel bright. I'ctiv nnd strong, If  you need a medicine this spring���������and  most likely you'do-try this gr''i!t ".  vivini-   tonic,   nnd   -en   the   new   pf..,  new health and ii"W strength it will  put i'ltu you.  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I my practice, where a liniment was re-  Fortunately, though materials seem ' ouirod and have, never failed to got  to be lacking for a detailed life of |the desired effect..  Collingwood, it is possible to find him j C. A. KING, M.D  --'---'-   ������������������-"   excellent'  ���������xstsf.  -mapr in  CANAPA  A I*ue Fnilt Jelly Fowdei���������)u������ tht  flncit pure Culvei Foot Jelly flavored  ���������niy by the pur* fruit.  Pure Gold Jelly Powders  (Trail Mark Kejiitertd)  Offar you "Btiter Quality" on tht table���������lesa work la the kitchen.  0������r Book of Kcolpe* Sent Free  Let ������l Had you our valuable Utile book "Tht  Secret of Deilcioot Deiie'tti." It lelU you how  to Kike any aumber of dainty desiem and de-  llcloui laladi to rcry little time and alrndat no  troeble at all.  Pure Gold Mfg. Co., Limited  ���������T-a.r������,s.t.e���������         ������������������  56.  . f ample* on Requoat  lead ui 10c tn itarapi to paypaefc-  Int and poitite and let ui lead) vt  centroui lamptrg of our Vanlila  and Leaon Extract! and a ami)] can  ������������������(������������������akinfpowileri���������Mentienyetr���������  |own aad dealer't name and addriM.  ���������������������������������������������������������������m,  l3BSffi������3E___SH  TALES  FPOM  THE WONDERFUL WEST  iid'cd Mr. P'l'o'"-  i'W 'omo good wny  NURSING MOTHERS  show the  beneficial  effects of  Scott's Emulsion  in a very short time.   It j  not only builds her up,  but cut'iclici thc mother's  milk and properly nourishes thc child.  Nearly all mothers who  nurse their children should  take this splendid food-  tonic, not only to keep  up their own strength but  to properly nourish their  children.  row tujc nt tu. naeaottna  ��������������������������������� M,    ua. *t i-rmi *m* i** ������"��������������� '"' ������'  I tlf���������l Ratline tlei. ..*������ WuM'f M.***-*-*.  mmU ������������������h ������������������������������������*��������������������������� ��������� *���������"** **"* rm*>-  senrr * nnwHt  tat w������m������������t������ ������������"��������������������������������� ^"**    I*****. o������i  "U'lt'', ui* dcM' '  day. " 1 vish I lc  to   'lennii'"  11'I   ll|iH"li'","  "N'lHWI'ilne!"   I'Xl'hli"'*'*!     his     "'fe'  "h"t do yon wtu't w'th tin unnelhi-?  It wnr.ld only give you more dy.  spi'ptia,"  in his letters, which are  reading. "I know not where he got  his style," said an eminent, diplomat-  ist, "but he writes better than any of  us," Perhaps that is true of most  sailors; thoy have leisure and loneliness, and minds less crammed with  journalistic phrasoR.  It is not, however, ro   much   tho  style as   tho   substanco   of   Collingwood's letters that will siivo tho reader the sense of intimacy; even when  "the English  admiral wishes health  and poace" to His Highness the Bey  of Tunis, he is Iors interesting than  when he sends a sovereign to his old 1  gardener  Rcott,  to comfort,  him  "in r  these hard times," or gives directions ;  for   the   education   of   his   beloved I  daughters,  "How do tho dear girls go  on?   1 would have them taught goo. j  metry, which is of nil sciences in thn j  world  tho  most entertaining,"    His ,  Inste was nil  for science.   "1  would '  have my  girls I'ltitt  such  knowledge 1  of the works of tlio creation, that they !  ntay havo 11 llxed idea of tho nature !  of such 11 world,   Whenever they have |  Ihnt.," ho adds, "nothing on this sidn j  of the moon will i'ivo tlioin much un-  easiness of mind, '  His KMisu of humor is intermittent.,  but lively, in this vain ho lovos eHpe-  chilly to play  with  lluunee, th" doi  (in nrosi* and verso), nud admirably  relievo* tho solemnity which naturally  , accompliniod his elevation to the peer-  1 aim,    Tho editor* of Hits Naval Citron.'  Ii'le hnvo written Jpi mo for tlm history  , of my lib' ati'l, progress,  , , , So 1  S have employed ������������������ to 'vrito 11 history  \ for uio,   For my birth ntul pnrentage  lm lias woli'i'tod two or 111 roe chapters  nt Ibntifyldo Moore Cnrow; (or my service in tho West IndioK nnd on the  Kpimish Main he has tho history of  >*-. iiu^niinem: nnd for niy nhipwreck  I    Only n widow seems "to nppreciato  ! that what a mnn eats is as important  to hitn as what a woman wears is to  bet  drTmorse's  indian   root   pills  I   .exactly  meet  the  need  which  so  j   often arises in every family for a  ',    medicine to own.up and regulate  1    the bowels., Not only are they effective in all cases of Constipation,  but they help greatly in breaking  up a Cold or I.n Grippe by cleaning out the syatem and purifying  the blood,   In the some way they  relievo or cure Ililioustiess, Indi-  , gestion, Sick Headaches, llheuma.  Hum and other common ailments,  In the (ullest sens" of the words  Dr. Morse's India** Moot Pills are  A HOUSEHOLD REMEDY  SONG   OP   THE   SUFFRAGETTE  "Husband���������Husband Cease Your Strife 1  Nor Longer Idly Rave, Sir!  Though I May Be Your Wedded Wife,  I Am Not Your Slavt*. Sir'  Nbw You Just Mosey Off to Town:  And Hurry Back, You Sinner,  With a Nice Big Box  of  Royal Crown  Or You Won't Get Any Dinner.  'Tis The Best Soap in The Land:'  AND THE PREMIUMS ARE FINE."  (DoBlgn Protected hy Copyright.)  Yi"!d of tni'k can    be   reili'"i'l by j  ' Iiui.' at  Iti'I-iiIi*'' ho"r������ find the tl i>'���������  of poor feeds, but breeding is I't" only;  ' iin'inix  of  itiort'n -i'*tr  th"  nimnmt  of j  mil''-iiinl pii'iiiitag'' of butPr fat  it  I'lllltlllllS, I  OURED   HIS   BLADDER  TROUBLE  Mr, Herbert ninu-r, of natiiMville,  says he DWeH (iin I .11* a delit of gial1.  Iiuh' v.lilch lie can never renny. II"  ��������� uffered for years from Hlndder Tion.  Ibv nnieb    Htniinitig,    which    piiuhih  ;great pnin,  Mr. Miuii'i' sent for a free Mimplc of  Ulln Pills, The Hi'Ht (lose did him nn  much mini I that h" ordi'i'i'il An boxes  nnd began tn take tlu-m reixnlnilv,   A  , inuiilli's ti'i'iitiiieiit    etmiplnti'ly ctiretl  . ii.ii). ,  You can trv tlin 1'ilU before you  buy thi"n, Write N'itio'**i| llrtie h  ('hetnieiil Co, (llept. N. H.I, Tomtito,  f**r free mimpte. At nil dealeiH, .VI  cents a box, (I linxi'H for $'J.W),  I    "MiniiiL' the noil" i<* nu "Xi'i'-  'mipliiMl   tn   pri'seiit-*b*>   huiin i'.:  'mean- ti'ltitm out nnd ri'tni'iun'.'  \:\,,���������������������������,.   Th.   mot.   ii!'**'l'*fi  ,|-,|l      |l|M,|ll('lil)ll  I piiipii'IU*)ii.  .I'ltl  ll  till.  ��������� "'  i������  ii  iiiiiiinbu'tiitiiig  Ti*-'!.  ;   "Abi-:  , the   lull   li  ������������������W], -i  I    '1   wilt  ! nmriiie."  Down and Out  Mv bti-iiin'-iH wt'iit u'ld-i'  I l!'K������'-"     .,    ...  .. Hc   vriif   ll't*"  It   (lefk   llHIl'l     r"<     M      '  in  uti  W. N, U., No. 711.  Tht DIHir������nc������  |".,.|.  tf������'������   nifirr'el   ami  I.I.I.V    llllli'il***!.      hi''-  VI-  ni'-n  isininiKn   iDiiiii  i"   "���������  .    ���������    I.  il I iiccnnenrH; nnd for my -"'Pwrm-k  hi hint ������'������������������> a cronl deal out of Hob-  U Cr.isoe: nil of wl, oil, with i  w anecdotes from the live*; of the  ditti nlH, a Uttlo dintortod, will mako,  I nit! in.'iined to think. a^erytoHptH't-  nble pieeo of biography.  "he words which itnmwllntoly In ���������  low tlteno bIvi* ii curiotiR toil oh of ran I- ,  tf? "I hnvo jut* board tbnt tho llrenl \  fl'rot is nt to'tt, mul eotniug this way. ���������  II thev do, I hnvo force ennu|������h t" bent ���������  be , nil. mul  it would  bo a lueky I  I ������vl of tt author ot "Tho  Oy- ,  I unstK.'' "Wo rocmvwt nil llioir liro.nl- ,  ' r Vlnrt two or three Union before wo flre.1  2,   It wa*. tl.on notir ton o'clock, j  1 olmorvnd tn tho admiral Unit about (  thnt timo our wivoH wore wiIiik i'{ i  rhttrch, but  that I thought thn ponl ,  Wi.. spoiiin tin������ iibxai il.v *.*''��������� .-i',''v.'1 I  our* would outdo their pariah bolU.     |  Motoring Through th������ Air. i-  nnrni.y Oldlleld'H  rorent   27-wirond i  milo f������at rot-olU to mind the font of |  I, t ipi.1 motorist, Mr. C\o1������h. who j  so,..' timo *.������o mvo n tbrilllnR por-  |or umi. ** al tb*  Un U������������ Allmm ������rn    \  iilntdirin fnimtrtiolod coiik* lt*������*l  Irom ;  ,.���������,''"-.   ���������������������������������������������I supporle.l   ������.y rtronn  ImtilliK id timber, was iipproiielied l.y  I it mpi'P t'buto mt miu ni'lo ">t"t ������������"!" ���������,'" I  'h, ihior,    Drlvin-.  th* <;������r up tho i  ,'hu������i\ Mr. Cloi* tirmiBbl it to n .lemt  m.i. In ������ ���������I**-* nnK " V1"1' U"mr,  !Sih*ii.nmnonffthHflm������,r;liii.l  i then **oni it tUiwn ������*������ flislii*' *������������ -.������������������������������[������������������'.  !,   .nvrtft    pnlhnr. '���������<,< onr .... ... it������  , J, .i.gU. '.hole wa, no ridtfe or  ! !'T"  ,,f rmy kiwi ������" th; *"���������* of tho  ������tii'ir* nn*! it mioiakr <if a .pinrliT o  I *,,"n..|, ������miM "rnhitity t'ttve rt>i*ulUMl  hi n bit "I f.iin������h.up.'  Toilet and Medicinal Preparations  Are Compounded by Expert Chemists  NA-DRU-CO Formulae, Ingredient* and  Compoundbg Arm Beit  you  Who Compoundi Your Medicines?  When your phynlclaij kIvcu you a prencrlntion  ,... would nciireely rUk fiaviitK it compoundeil uy a  Krocer or a linker, ������v������n If yon wero mre they ltntl the  right drugs.    You InnUt on your drtiRgUt1* Hkilfttl  If vou did not protect yournclf In thU way the  lawn of the country would protect you, (or Uu-y  demand thnt phyniciann'. prencriptioni be dUpenneu  by phyHlciuiu or qualified dniKiriit* only.  In it not equiilly important to know ll������t the household remedies, xuch M Inxatlvei, cough nyriipn nml  tonlcn, and the toilet preparation* inch aa tooth piute,  ,,V. h ���������"-* **'��������� *n frrrjiiMitW, nn-also com|K)unded by  expert chemUta?  Wltvn >uu u������c ������NA-DItU-CO m������dlcln������\ or \rA\*t  prtparalioni you haw the poiltlve fuarante* of one  -���������    ���������������--'���������i- .u..��������� tirma m tho world, the  Your own druggiit could not be more careful or  more accurate in compounding one of your phyiician'a  proicrbtion* thnn are our chemiiU in compounding  every NA-DRU-CO preparation. Add to thla the facu  that only Uie beat im pureit matorlali that money  can buy are itaed in NA-DRU-CO art Idea, and tbat  each NA-DRU-CO formuU haa been thoroughly Waited  in actual uae, and you have the ootid grounds for Uie  Implicit confidence we want you to feel in NA-DRU-CO  preparation*.  We are prepared to furnlth to any phyileian tr  dniggut in ^*n*dat ou i t-nut.il, a full \Ut mt *\%a  lngr*A\rr,U tn any NA-DRU-CO article.   Ask theae  men, who are men ol standing in your cummuuitr,      '-��������������� --- "ii -������'"���������.��������� MA.ni_ti.co  \>ll������ll )uu iik iin-v..v .> .    preparation, you have the poittive guarantee of one i'rwn, who are men ol standing in your ������umuum������.  of the Urgent wJiolesale drug firm* in the world, the Bnj beat qualified to tell you, all about NA-DRU-CO  National Urug nud Chemical Company of Canada, preparation*  Limited, that each one hat been compounded by        * -������..������������ .JUI. ��������������������������� Uttf .      mnt  expert chemiiU only.  Tbis i- <���������!���������*(������'ii������-rf N\.nPtl.rOC������ie������raUiati������e*,  NA-DRU-CO Liquorice, Unseed, and Chlorodyno  Cough Syrup, NA-DRU-CO Tasteless Cod Liver Oil  -    ���������        . ��������� i  4ti������������������ ������i��������������� nn t\ia NA.DRU-CO  Cough syrup, nwvnvt,v .........   Compound and everything else on Uie NA-DRU-CO  list are pre-eminently better than mixture* at preautt  flooding; the market.   They urt* compounded by iAi  flowling the market.  who know.  Some NA-DRU-CO  Ctneliw* U*  <Mfai������HM Tnllel Craaaa  TsleUM P*m**t  If nny NA-DRU-CO article you buy does not  prove entirely satisfactory return It to your druggist.  \*r Pvi our nuthoritv to refund tho full pureluuo price  aud charge it to us,  You can get any NA-DRU-CO preparation anywhere in Canada, for if your druggist should not hava  it in stock he, eau get It within two daya from our  nearest wholesale branch.  Preparation*  C*in*mi*ati*      _ u   .  CiHiri U������at "��������� IT������WfMl  __^... WAA^  TNI* ?*������*���������������������"���������������������?*"������������������"  on eua oeee*  yiMwi* Ifblatt  {**������*'.** Walwi  ITta^i  National Dm Jchemical Company of Canada, limited  ������ ,%+m.mvmmmmm mm uiu>U Sm-M Ml ..      -  llallfaa,  ���������������  i.k.     MMtrooL    Ottawa*    Khif*������o������,    Torensto,  Vofc    SfK   cS*r7,    H.������-n,    V������s������utr.r,  nmm*a%^9^kee  Victoria. ������^iKU2������J  j*>  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Touch  the Taes  with the  F/'oger-Tf/w  I THINK that nearly all women have  in their hearts thc wish to be "divinely tall." Grace is generally associated with height that does not border on the extreme, and to those who  wish to increase their height I am giving  a lew exercises that will make the ideal  a little more-attainable..  Tirra possible to stretch the muscles  through exerc'-'e; and the fact is indu-  biinble that through continuous move-  went the different portions of the body  can be perceptibly lengthened. If the  faithful drill be given every day, morning aad evening, if you possibly can  manajse lt, there will be a gratifying  proof of the efficacy-cf this method.  '.Uie free and easy movement of all  jiui'.g of the body is' Important; tlieiv-  mre I advise a special suit. If this be  Impossible, divest yourself of all tight  clot 1 ling as tne preliminary step.  Now bend the bcdy slowly forward,  with arms oxtended, and touch the toes  wiili ihe ilngertips, At least try to do  tlilu, for you will find that this is not a  feat easily performed. However, do not  lesnnli-, for by constant practice a flexibility of the trunk muscles will be at-  ���������'allied, and you will find that each few  days will bring you nearer the goal.  With linnds o������ tho hips, to Insure  easy balance, rise on the toes just as  hlnrli as possible, This stretches the  Jegr muscles,   Repeat  ton or twenty  times, and It will surprise you  to notice how strong these will grow.  Head "backward, bend: This gives  the throat and the muscles of the  -chest-their-proper-worte���������Arveryrynrr  pie exercise, but it is necessary for  the complete stretching of the body.  v Now mark a point upon the wall  just beyond your reach. Face tho  wall, and on the toes rise, and stretch  the arms toward the fiiark. Repeat  this exercise, and as you are able to  touch the point, move it up the wall,  always n little beyond. The fact that  you can reuch a height that was unattainable in the past is proof of the  benefit derived.  As n final exercise, rnlsp the body  from the floor by means of a horizontal bar and react) with the feet toward  the floor. This Is excellent for developing and lengthening the body, and need  not be of such long duration as the  other gter-s.  I know positively that many persons,  by following rules uulto similar to these,  have increased their height In four  month*. Tour determination Is all that  Is required to add a few Inches to your  stature. It Is worth a trial, and I  promise you the most satisfactory results.  ADV  SOCIAL CUST  *Tm*iJ4^a&miM&*4mrjrWmm4  fofanvJe^Jrhtf" mS&mmmtd  ACKNOWLEDGING INTRODUCTIONS  THIS Is a very Important question,  and I am going: to ������uggo������t a few  things to help you, A guest il  1.1.1 at liberty to refuse nn Intro-  ,, I'>,������ made hy ii host or hostess, even  though the person rrwontotl bo an en-  iiny. It U a question of the decision  I c.tt ifii Ignoring for the abort timo  ������.i.v unfriendly feeling* or making your  entertainer vxtreme>y uncomfortable.  The tlrm eniiriii is the better, Dow politely in ii (liimliliHl muniier and tactfully nvolil any further ImoroourHo,  A home-)* extend* her hand tn her  own house tc the iiorAnn who Ih tiro-  ������onled. In other owe* woni'.n now  fllglilly and repent thu mime of i*������ mm  presented,   A woman never should ex  press any marked gratification when n  gentleman Is Introduced; It Is customary,  for, a man to signify his pleasure by a  little phrase, jdtch an, "1 am very happy  to moot you, Miss Sand."  A hriKlCMs invariably rlsos to receive  an Introduction to oither u man or a  w-omun, wV woman Bhould not rl*0 when  n man Is presented in ln*r; neither Is It  necessary when ������ho Is one of a group  to whom a person Is Introduced, it Is  always courteous to rlee when a woman  very much older than *he Ib presented.  Now suppose that you have failed to  understand the name of tlm atrnngcr.  Ynu Hhould, as nun a as possible, to avoid  embarrassment later on, ascertain the  mime by a pollt question: "Will you not  tell mo whom I hnve tho pleasure of  meeting, for 1 was unpardunably stupid  In not hearing your nnme?" or some little explanation will suffice,  Any introduction made In a publlo  place docs not r quire a recognition uft-  rrward. A 'cnatml presentation that Is  mado without any expressed wish nn  either poison's part does not entail  tlio obligation of it renewal of tho ue.  quulntnnc.', The introduction thnt hns  reunited In a friendly conversation and  discussion nf affairs needs the future  acknowledgment of inch person,  After all, the spontaneous cordiality of  our manners ihoulrt be tli" struclur*  uroimd which these anoint customs  should bo hunt, The happy woman la  *bo who can combine them in clever pro.  portions.  for the girls to'dance together nnd deprive the boys of a dance,  Inviting Boys and Girls  Dear  Mrs,   Adami.  1. Will vou nlcAve toll me It It In proper  to Invite either hoys or ulil.i in u i> ������������������';���������'���������  having only met thorn once or twice.  linivl.l.il mv k>lkB know their parents? ,  !. I.i It ull rlRht lur my mother t.i invito  hoys nml idilu to my pnity whom 1 hnve  never mo', but she knows tlieir parenti?  1 am IS. ANXIOUS.  1, Perfectly proper.  :*, Yes; a mother rarely makes mistakes In choosing companions for her  children.  Lifting the Hat  D.'sr Mm, Adam*.  Wnnt   Is  a  youni  I.V     IVlfUHV,.     .,,     ,*I,    IMP    .....   ��������� ....A or what li ho luiitom'd  to do? A 1.-ON8TANT HOAUBK.  He should lift his lint every timo he  meets tlio young lady,  irhosTfiihif  I went with a. mlddlc-iured ladv a, chaperon. Whim mv cousin nu' mn tic inor.'lv  Mild, "lliw do yuu iln';" nml never came  iiu.il' mo to nsk mi. tu dunce mn i.i introduce mc to any one, As 1 wns not  uequiilntod will) any ..ne diusoiu vou cud  Imliclnc how I felt, Wnulil ll havt- been  iimiicr for mo to make lilm wnviii lo me?  \Vh*t einild. prompt n yoiuib man to no  irr silv In.ult a young glil?  ,    AMA.N'DA    W.  It would not hnve boon proper for  you to force yourself upon your cousin.  Ills trealiiu'tii was n.it nt nil manly, und  I cannot understand why he was so  rude,  Feels Slighted  "Vlien l' tnoiA In thU nelgliliortiMKl ot*������ ol  tin nemilinrt lillixl.ini]11 .W not .flt,lion"-.  Solutions to Social Problems  D  Making the Engagement  KAIl MM, Adams,  When a geiitlt-man ������iki * ladj  accomiianynlin to tn* theater a ct������r.  Oil) evening ami Is trfuit>.| becauM at an  engagement for thst flute, hut unworn the  '.. ** ���������:'A'* some tvenlng In tha future, la it  the ,1'isee uf ih*; Imiy lo say wuai untu  would ho emivunlml or should tht gintl*-  n.sn ask fur some date Ihnt would le ������ult-  *'''** H, K,  Jt would be tintf*" for the gentleman  to itiRgimt a duto and nsk the lady If it  Alll I)   oonvunhmt for hur.  A u'mouuy Tuny  nuir Mm   Adutnf  i 'iii n.i* uitmee tell ini>,thmush ,tlt*  paper hnw In write sn Invitation tn ��������� boy,  U,J"K,J*'Kr' w.ir*Js,T .        .   L.  .8 Vvtmt Is unusllv served at blrthdsv parties?  ir. Until what .time should the ������u������-'t������  otnyr They aro from 14 ynu tnjl vmrs  nr *���������������. IIE1WCA,  1. IM toe tell vou thst flip Hlmi.lcit  v.u.u������ ...v   .,.������.,..������ Hit; i.i'M Hi use nl ull  limes, If your party |i to bd Informal,  write your friend* pergonal notaa asking Hum to ciiini' to yuur party, it Is  In much lienor form not to mention In  Ihe Invitation thai the party la In honor  Mi iiitsy, Jsnusry 1.1, t.������ to s. I'llfton 11*11,"  I iii'iihcr seiii anot* cf aeefpiatifa n������r ds-  ������n.?.".-"i-' aiij did not atlond th* reeentlnn.  rtB,12,*,,l'."r,,������( n>v,family was fi at th**  Umt. Mlsht I in., ihnt ut ������ r**������������������\, ..r ���������* It  luu Utu atr reiimmT Mrs, 1. 1, U  It Is never too late to be courteous,  init the sooner you iiutku yuur iiiiulogitv  tho lietier. Call upon the woman who  intended tlm Invltatliin, nnd give her  your reusons for neglecting your duty,  lllneiw In yonr family will be u lewson-  able excuse tu offer.  When Dcotcl*!"  m  l)������������r Mrs. Ad������m������.  , i. Whsi yiiulu lm,ih������ eorreet thing ta say  tn a tmv  win. limtnii'i  mi  c������liin������ a a'rl  SffActlonsle imineji while ilmeii.f with ht 11  Pi'ir Mil. Adimi.  Wlien ,1. ������o������a, I  Ilium inllml ind 1  wii not at ho   , Imr isril,   I rcturnml lur cull In l������������  jiii'lm time, anil ihr wan not si Iimm, iki 1  i*fl my .rani. Wliow I'laie In t In nuke llm  ueit tatlt ANN AltlloH.  It la the "neighbor's" turn to call on  you.  Serving Fruits  Tint Mm, Admiin.  i, What In tin l'r������l*r way tu Hm ap|>:  Otnir fruit��������� ft a small early*'  J. In iiidtrins it ������ n������tii)rim, ilimild II  ur if*nlljiin|i niilff tlmi)  Denr Mr������, Atiami.       , .  I am ,ii vouiib nvirrlinl..woman and am  vorv iinlmnnv nt tImu. ,Mv huiUnd soni  in oliuroii and all tlm sirls there iiinhe a  tun over hlm, and when they nre uruuna  lie hardly.spanka to me. .1 um i-,nt Jviiloim.  hut I thlnlt they nil Alight mo. nnd I inel  no badlv linn J think 1 .ili'iH, ������uv, nwnv  frmn ehun-h, I am very linekwiud, and  weilld like your Sdvlee.  A   rillKM)  JN  .NliEIi.  Tito foot that you are backward mny  be the cause of all your unluimiliu'HR,  Do not allow Ihe girls to sllirlu ynu,  Kilter Into their spirit nnd get Just us  much fun out of ihe occasion as they  ���������lo, You would make a bin mlstako  If vou stayed awuy from church, (lo  with your liusWnl, so that yon mny  both mingle with the sumo frl-mls,  An Unfaithful Lover  Dear M>;s, Adams.  I sin Jl years ulil ������hd win urimiifil to *  ynuiur msn ������f Is,. Now hi- l������ svliiv will)  nn n|.| iwnelhenrt nt Ml.    I  wrnti   lilm ii  Ih ml  ttit tnW  P  a nxiurant, ihould tin l������<t* nt  letter,   lint   never   ������ot    ������h .MJIfwor. nnd   I    ......   ._.. j|fcii j|(       kiciw  *.. .  sill tuiiiu to sin in,' iihiiIh.  iiRAitT-mi - -i: its*.  never ������ee him ������hv.inure. I llkn hlm verv  mueli nnd wuu d Use tu kii'iw ������ho t.i  do mi Ihnt h������ wT  fintlfHisn liiil!'  i I am 21 yiiri old,   Hhould ray mntbrr  man in (In nwin Viiro I  rtvtiiu gwili'i  main li  rall������������lf  Would (ho do right lo refua* tn flnlrh tb*  ������ith Tilii..*  i it im  am or  at a <'*rji  bruUitraf  _ it firniwr for thres ������lrl������  II V������am of nun,  t������ enuilalu    rv*:i  t.  nil nvtr  of your blr Mai*, ao thai tha guests will  not feel obliged to bring gift*.  % The birthday cake la always In evi  dence, ftatiitwlfhe*. Ire cream and  randy are vorv nice refr������������������i)m)*nts to  snrve, .  X, Prom 7 to W o'clock Is the proper  llm* for holdlnu n pnrtv (or i������ov������ nml  gUU ..( u.r hk* >" nit-ntiuri.  Neglected to Reply  t������r������r Mn. A ������������).*.  ��������� .������wl������e.t an mrlisll.w which r������������d: "Mrs.  **������ amiia r. w*������i ura, hoaan Jaata,  Is  it  t*  tar* of niie,        -..,.., -  csrd parly, two at them tiling their  ',,  ���������* :'. ���������,-;i"."')"-' *������< * ������"uiik inun to  call ������ girl kldf  , I. Wli������-n two girls srs dancing togtther,  It it prawrr forlw. boya U, it,j|. them ������m  ������sk for the danceT TWINH.  1, Bhe should remind Mm nf the fact  thnt he wn* overstepping the line of  friendship and ro������|uwt him to atop, if  he perflated, ah? would, to perfectly  justified In refusing to finish the dime.  %��������� If the girl'* parent* ar* willing. It  W.'.'.l li   d'.l light.    A  ninth  |i|e,iHunter  evening would he spent If an *-i|U������i  number of Ixys and girls were prenw!  X The wuiti ' kUI ii. m xlang lerm  WHIi-li I* Jievir used by n wtlJ.l.ua  IM-raon.  I. It would be very rude for th* boy������  to snip the girts; they ftto.iJ.| wait until  the dunce la Jlntaheii and then ask them  for tha ti������at. ll >������ h*ru r laii,nuw. . n  ..     tr-  llfiilli'Oirn  1. Krull served In aalnd form Is very  nice, or Ihe whole fruit may be nervml.  ulthough the latter way does not lend  Itself io graceful treatment.  3. It Is always well to allow the gentleman lu do the urdorlng for Imth,  m. Wtuni leaving a restaurant) the ladv  precedes the gentleman as they ura  leaving the dining room, The gantlemim  ���������tips forward to open (he door, If there  (������  r\0  t,nrt������������-  ()>.*.   t,.   1  t. Jt is not necessary for your mother  1f> rt'tnulii In It..- rui.iii n'.l   .���������'���������. -, i*    .'.,-  Hhould, however, some lime In Ihe ev**i.-  lug <t*mt- Into the loum tu tumult lo  your caller.  Tired of His Company.  rttnr Mr������. Adsmi.  I nm IT v**er������ nf ire snd htv.- r.een ������il'������.  i eau  I know how your heart I* aching, but  the man dues tint veem to be worthy nf  your love and consldfrutlon. If lie trents  you cruelly now. wlint would life be  In years to come? Try to forget Dim,  ii ad some dny the right person will  appear who will honor and respect your  love,  Courts Another Woman.  Dear Mm.  Adams, ,  I nm In love with a vounx mnn sn*  weiii wiih lilm fur nlslit inonthK, lie turn  me lie wns liile tn me, but I linow h������*  liar hei'ii ciilUim "li ii iiiiiHs wl������I'W Hlmll  1 neniilt lilm In ciiiitlmi*' enlllns ������n me?  MA11V   SMITH.  If the young mnn Is not hiikiikoiI to  yon, there Is no rciiHon why In* should  nut cull on uilicr womnn. Pn ma let  Jealousy vol the bettor of ynu. If you  can* for his enmpuny, let lilm continue  to cull on you.  Continue the Lessons  Dear  Ml".    tilnin������.  I nm a young slrl Id yonrs of nee ������nd  havo been laklnu lenMint from * y.'iihK umi)  fur -uni' linn... II.' i' ilee y.'iir* in' ..nior  mid iiIwiijh in led im ii H'lnlH i Kliiiiild  towurd* III" Hi'lmlnr until n few numtht  nun, Iln Imr illm.liiyeij Ji'Hlniniv nml hu*  uieil i-ndeiirtmr l.-uiif luwnrd im', nnd VI  I UlliiK.I'i 'I"." II"! I'Vi' IIih, In,l i ,,,���������ldii;  me a elilld, 1 d'j ni'������ love him, Iml wnulil  it he rlllhl ("I mn l<i I'linlltiui ill) lismnu  wllh hlm? TIO'I III.I*  Why <lon'i ynu have nin> of ymir  pnii'iits "peak In Hi*' icaclwr, sn that lie  will ireal you wllh proiier dignity? II  will th"ii In* innl*' i oiiifni'talik- ior you  tl)   llM  ill   Ills  pri'KI'lll'C.  Difference in Religion  Pear  Mm,   A'liilii)..  I I nm a > .unw slrl ut III and nm in lev*  wiili ii ynuim muii 'I 21,   My miiitur nl-  'Jiu'll  In   IllV   gfllflK   Willi   hhll  OO arr.'Ullt   i'f  iiltt.riii'���������' ui our re'iginn. 1 sn mill n  (nilr.K mnn -if l������ wl"iin I dn n.it mn tor  Iml id v in,,|I,11 tuni. lne lo ronlliiiii Kiillig  wiih him, in. "lie think* ������ iii.'i.i dnil 'I  hlm. p.i "ini tli'uk 'I will .1 In iini|..'i- for  nm lit sn Willi Die rnimer inun uUl.oui my  o ��������� *l i������'������  l.ii'iiii, ,������.-'.'  J/rsM/ir /Fly ftmk  l. When a ulrl meiie a y hiiiu mnn on the  sli'-el io,i-l.l'-tili,|l>. .ui'. Im  ,ki.,in,miiI.������ her  ��������� lirinie, >ln ynu llilnk II If  l'iii|U  *���������' ink lilm  ,Mlo Un- linum.? A  KKAPKlt.  Would you feel comfui tnble if you deceived your mother? I enii assure you  Hint you would tint In* v.'iy happy, I  a tn certain that slio will nnt force yuu  tn ko out with tin- young man of 1*.  Vou arc such a ehlld m full In tovn  Why imt iiiiciipy ymir mi'nt witli tlilnirs  "iillnlilil lo your au*' and "nset nhaiil  llm man lo wlmm your mnther otijeett?  i. |l   tv   |i'o|.ei.   I,it   .to,   u-a'lj'   ntrii.'s-  ���������nry for you to do so.  ll'holheccdtt*  r>������>r Mn,  Adam*.  In Ii iitiii'i-., rn a tenOenmn wlnii aolng  down thi' iil'de In a t������i������-stlir le |<< >te|,- Itn  linly wiii.ii tin  ueii.. l������ ..io-i.i"    M   It   K.  'I'llf *aily ������il iii ih > tlie ittulleiiiiiii. butli  fiilliiwlny,  the iiiihiH,  Traveling the Stairs  li.ir Mi-   a,iun. '  ft It nrnper fur ������ getiiirnmii to i.o.ede a  ImJv  aIi'n kiiIds un in   i'-"i tu.  UTIJII.  The iii.-in cl.i'iil.l l.i In a i���������>��������� i n i ���������  ii'inli'r iifchisiMiuc lo tin- wuiiian: there.  fiire, he r-rti*iiU) pi unite Iter Wll������ll ������Oil)rf  diiHii>iii*i>. and "he iliKiihl in" 'It nlrii  Ml* II niilliu up,  ANSWERS TO BEAUTY QUERIES  OW l.VO to the gr#ni .milium uf  mall receiv il ami tint limited  space     I'lVeti     !������'!"     ,!..(,net.>,....'  il i������ rtomiliilely Inipimnltilo tn  answer |������"tt������r������ in il.e W*ui|;r ','" n  iniiiiwiiig iHen- iiii'ipi, Tim li'iii'iM  iniiHt bo answt'itil In turn, and IliU  of It linns reipilres tlnen or four weeks.  All <>nrres|iAndem������ wl.n d<-������lr<*- nn  Immndlaia answer mu*' Inclose h self-  addressed slaiupinl ���������.iivrliipit fur a reply. Tills rul������* must iil������o be riimplled  Wllh In   r.'IMnl  tn j.et������(irirtl  tetter*  ln������n   irouliled   with   ttiene   f..f   Iwe   veiim  M lien   I   du IK'I   lid  "f   I lm  |'*iii|ilM,   ksiii  ,-,...   ',!>.  Vou Will find the following recipe for  .i  . :t,.n  , ,-,t   ;-   . ' .  ...  Lotion for Blackhead*.  Pure brandv,.    It   imni-rt.  ''���������I'jllit.           I     umi.. >���������  l.l.iuor  iKitaian ,,    '!. nunie  Aiu.lv  Ht   iiislit,  mn i   w.tihlns u���������.  f������. i<  thnrimghlv Willi huii ,m.t  wiii.'t.  i*rtr,.   or  tiii-' it'i-t   '    ""     ' ���������  wneii .i |H*ra.i.fi in iijinii  In rl.J mc .-Km  ^    4   ������,       -4..*.,   ,-.  i--,,   ������������������   ,,,.   ��������� ..    ,   *������U- '         i"-i������"-m   .^   ,>.',,,*   "-   ....   ...���������������   rnti,  day evening.   No* I am Hnd uf lila chii- .     ..      , ~���������T. . of pln.ples.   Krn-d f"o.i������, P'es, cakra ami  i*nv ana want te.knuw huw I can tell /������ !\t**jj nf XJassaee taudles ������a nilil u- nv .I.I..1    Alter l.ath-  Tm to dispMilnu* hfs vtiltt dIiUm tottt- '" '*rrt' l'f mutiegt lnit lhB ���������..  w...  .������������������ ���������������������������., .,lld (���������.s.|n���������   ���������    i������*ii  ma hi. ^������������������Vj,i,,.u:xki. MO0r.SK.  It la ton bad you allowed (he young  man to call on you regularly, hut ������<>w  the deed is done and you have grown  tired nf hbi attention* there la nothing  for you to do hut to honest with him.  Tell him fh-if ynu think y.m 4fr v,-.  young for him to call reguluriy, but  that you still wish lo claim him a* a  ftifnd  Quite Rude  Imr Mr������   ,M������m������  i ..i. ������ xiiiik siri u mat* ������i*. a ���������!���������������'(  tn.'. ������������" * tee ini ,i,u������ln of m)������w mv. it>������  t*������ ts m'i% ��������������� ati������M a A**** ���������*������! i ��������� ������������������ ������  ������, ������mi d i,������ thsl I hid s bita������aai lusw.  Dear Mm. Hvmei  I. My nick is rather thtn. thi bonrt am  tjutti nrnmlnem in puret* Will vuu *iv������  mf a roinftlr fa fait.n  it*  1 My arms ar.- thin and I n-wi i ni*������  In aim III* nuii.nlIim* lu lOr thrui .. |i  ������lia|".  i Mi* l.iiat   l������ r9th������r  an     )'���������*'  (.fi.i-l,   lur nt xv  Mu-Mfct. will) cwoa liutti r ii. niv  swer to nil tliri-i, ,,l v ..nr .,.|.-n ���������  ���������H'Vi nip your ne* k Mini l.*i������t, *!������������������> .��������� I-1 '  ing Hill no nnah mr >������*).  Blitikhrads and I'mplei  \W'r  Ml.   Mvm.#  Will Vnti Hn.ll*' (fl me ioiin-'ni'ir *"���������  ������.* i*l for bia.'kli.������<u t������n i.l������.iii������t''   I M"  VOU  i|.rf  /  jn-  ���������ll>  lllll-  i gMuii a rnt'ii'i   ***"   i������i<"is*i>.     ..mwi   ifinii"  ing the skin witn imi w.nei and ittying  g ntly, iip,.iy in.- iiiini'i*' I'lfMru lur  which tin' itHipti t������ l\������it- prltited:  Cream (or PI tuple*,  Kullevile stid ,  i* ������*������-n������  i'sIimmI     ,    I J.um  fjinf I    -ii ���������  Super ft limit  Ihiir  (><������.   Mm   ������.   ��������� '���������Mild vuu mur-M  * crnt'lv tnr ttt* I4t-  msrwni i*m \������l  ui������nni-.u������ ttiit . n the  ������nf*������-r ue"   li i������      ,.���������     ��������� i-.   ������"l ��������������� m������ i  M>* m**1 flf������li5   dlr'SIS.*!*-! I'I   ������������������'������   ������** t'  .i  l.t'r it'itin'. ��������� i     ':.'... " "I--       '- '  ������������wn������u������, *" i *���������-...til ti..i"t'i������ ������(,'. a4*..������-'  "ii esti "ffit I >������'< * ''"i"'!' ������*'iu it  IMI   I   fh*������������i,t  mt  ?.������*���������������.-     ������*���������������   >���������    * ii ������������������  H<t inl .if llm tmJr. tut I litte k*������u lull  II   I-   \.l\    ll,.'|������.'l'l|.    tn   '!���������������������������   "II   I*"     ���������'   ���������>'  1|*ltn   I'lei.'rl,'   r.-i'ilte   u  On   '-ii*>'   it-ti"  tl.llli     Wilt    I'l.l'IX-     ������ll|'> I 11 J".l������    lull.-.  I    i mil,I    t;,i. i-    ,\ mi   il    t|t'|'llu|nl>     III   M-  iiinVf llimn fur ii tune tnu tin- iir'-i  w||i ii'i'in loi. h again . n.,f������.������r 4' i  tlilik^l   llmli   ever.     V/ill   itlHV    lie   lalil -  <" ,,|',i. ,. the ii.lll", oitklliM llli'in  Ion  n.i'l. . nl. ^ I,;,   uniiiK '* in'lillf.'ii nt  ll���������ll     ,.-l'.������i.ll-     illi.l    tl'lif      .Vill    i t-ni  lllllt.1 In if'. Ini il liillii������ ihe ������M.I  nml  inn j  leave a  *n, r  Dtindruf! Cure  \M,\r M������s.  ���������vniet  Win \,m i,.i������lly till me tf i������ator oil **|l|  I'll,-     .Ufl'ltll'l?        |l      I:    I        ���������.-'      1. 'I      Sli'itt      *t  ',',,.. .,,;, ...   ...������ i. ~.  ���������������*,������.������ .������������i  .in  aii'l  It  hit ������  mmiv  ani- unit..''     I'm*'if  ��������������� aU  ,,ff .������������,,-n li>    '��������� ���������������������������      *V   '    ...i.   - --t.r   *" n    ������"    -.'���������������������������- <  A   I! I .���������!'������./<  l-.ifc������.>r  oil   !,'i"i   ,..\til   !*���������' U   :,.  *.���������������  a  j-ufi- > i.i.   I,..-   .: -ii -.--.:: ,i.-.. ��������� ��������� *,  .Hill     I     ������,I"IW     "t     lt"'l,|!-������     I     'IL  |     ,<���������      ll'll'l  i.-'i  l   If >������������������>������ nlii mi. >.n.f ..I* ")��������� -���������-'-.-  IM*  v<iwt *,k.ti wi.i um . it ,. am ,������'*>n, ? tt& jjsmw^ ct^iterttA  SBCOLTJMftlit  iW  FOR SPRING USE  NEW   STOCK   OP   WALLPAPER  NOW COMPLETE.  Lace   curtains from $5 to SOc. a pair.  MADRAS CUIU'AIN MUSUN*,   TAPESTRY CURTAINS & TAIJLE  COVERS, FANCY SKAGRASS  ROCKERS & ARM CHAIRS.  A NEW LINE OP IRON BEDS AT REGULAR PRICES.  Sole A^eut f<"* "Roitmoro" Mattresios anil L ggetttipiiog,   Try thotn.  A f--ili Hoe of Furniture to ailed fr.ni.  The Right Price  Furniture Store.  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  Locals.  Fine summer weather (?)  Mrs (Dr.) F. Peacock, of Cat  latnat, Wash., U.S.A., is visiting her sister, Mrs Robt. Cess-  ford, Penrith Avenue..  '     IK-     ii.,     ���������   '  Miss Mabel Coe and Miss Vera  Jones returned'from Nanaimo by  s. s. City of Nanaimo on Saturday evening.  A friendly game of base ball  was played between Courtenay  and Cumberland teams at Courtenay ou last Sunday, aud resulted in a victory for the Valley  boys.    The score was as follows:  Courtenay  i2  Cumberland............ 5  A. MoKinnon  CUMBERLAND  ������������������������������������������������-������������-������j������������i���������������������"������" ���������������������������������������  Mrs. A. MoKinnon, Mrs. J. IL  Gray and Mrs. W, Willard, were  each the recipients of handsome  Past Commanders jewels, preseut-  by the Ladies of the Maccabees, as  a mark of appreciation of their  kindly serviced vendertd the Cum  barland Hive, in the past, The  presentation took place at the home  of Mrs F. Jaynes.  -i   ���������     M    1 1 ������������������ ���������- '  Arthur E- Mallett, of Vancouver, representing R. G, Dun &  CoV Mercantile Agency, visited  Cumberland la6t week.  T h e~ityliown ng*a rrived-on-Sat-  urday aud registered at the Cum  berland Hotei: H, W. Waller,  Victoria; D. W. McDouald,  and J. Burnett, Courtenay.  Several dial laden iiars j.ninped  the track near Trent river, on the  down trip 011 Saturday afternoon  loA. jilatttirs were quickly adjusted nud trafllc shortly resumed  Mr. Samuel G, Davia left by  Sunday's boat for Nanaimo and  Vancouver,  The Fraser River Lumber Co,,  are placing about 150,000 feet of  timber a day in the river at Cour-  tenay. Several hundred men including sixteen surveyors, are at  present engaged. ,   .   -���������    u  Hon. William Tern pieman arriv  "^"iir~Vretoria-last-week-froni���������Ottawa, lie is accompanied by Mr.������  Templeinan and his secretary, B.  0. Nicholas.   ,  ��������� ���������    o    ^    Mr. Ernest Pickard .left by Sun  days boat for Vancouver." He will  not return alone.  m. mm ���������>,--**   i. Messrs J, Bruce and W- Fraser  have rented the building 011 Duns  muir Avenue, until recently used  as a fish marker., and after renovation, will open it up as a real  estate ollice,  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Eefresh-  B ever age  Drink  Pilsener  The  Purest  and Best  BEER  on the  Coast.  A good joke on an editor who  went one evening to report a party at a home recently blessed  with a new baby. He met his  hostess at the door, and after the  usual salutations he asked after  the baby's health. The lady  who was quite deaf and suffering with the grippe, thought he  was asking after her cold and  answered that "although she usually had one every winter, this  was the worst one she ever had;  it kept her awake at night a good  deal and at first confined her to  her bed." Then * noticing that  the newspaper mau was������ getting  nervous she said "she could tell  by his looks he was going to  have one just like hers" and ask-  him to go in aud sit down.  George Kono  CONTRACTOR  ���������    ���������  and made in  Cumberland.  Mr. aud Mrs, George liobinson  Jnfc hat week on nn extended visit to the Old Country.  Tho Cumberland public schools  will close for suminer vacation on  (Friday June 24th.  Mttnngor Curtis, of the Electric  Theatre, paid Ouuiborhmd a flying visit on Sunday last, lie ai-  rivei from Nanaimo in tho mowing and returned in the afternoon-  Tho Fruser Uiver Lumber Co .  Imve completed thoir riuiioiidhridge  ue.-osH the Courtenay river, mul  have commenced the wharf and  other wmtiiiiiction wtrk near Hoy's  Beach.  Arrangement* are ln*ii*g mndo  for sport* 011 the 1st ul July, ut  Union Buy.  The Cumberland  I)i velopment  League will meet un Monday even  ing, JuiwlJ'fth.  Ti.o nio-o of Frank Dail'Wcliarg-  e.I with ci'i-'ituiiiig mi in*.* public  biictit, umi iidjoiiruwl fi tiiii Wed  tie-Jay liii-t. was himiiii* ii *m Monti ay e\cuing in-turw .ii.*gihii*i.le������  \\ illiu'i nnd .Smiw. 'I lit* iieenm-'d  w.ii. auimoud .md line 1 jjilU.UU  WJihttunti.  *]���������   it   1 *  l   A  ..    .,    . 1  l������   Wl'ii)  f 'iii,II   1 vV    l<   I     1  L..t|iti   UH*-   ilO.ll      m.Oll,t.l\  Rev. W. Lashley Hall, B A.  B. D., formerly pastor of Grace  Methodist church, here, is the  newly appointed pastor to the  Mount Pleasant Methodist Church  at Vancouver. The Western Call  a Vancouver paper has the follow  ing to say of Mr. Hall's first Sni.-  day sermons: 'At both services  Mr. Hall captivated his congrega  tion. In the evening the spacious auditorium was filled to the  doors itnd the large audience were  not in any sense disappointed in  ihe man".  All Kinds of Railroad and Sawmill Work  Logging, Clearing Land, Ditching  Drain Work etc  Contracts Taken Anywhere in  . . . Comox District ���������  PHONE 21  P. O. BOX 134  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  A FEW PERSONS WANTED.!  To complete syndicate now forming for the purpose of  buying 4,006 acres of  B. G. fruit land, $56.00 cash  required and large profits assured.      Send for pros-  ��������� pectus and full particulars to the  jKootenay Fruit Land Syndicate,;;  I 335 HOMBR STREET,  t VANOOUVER, B. O.  ��������� ���������      ������������������  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������$  9  to   V������",  THE BY LAW  Monday next will bo voting day  on the Sewer Loan l>v-Law, and  wo trust that everyone unit led to  vote uu the by law will consider  the matter well, he Core voting 11-  gainst it. We have no guarantee  ] hhould tho by-law ho defeated,  'thut, the government will again  cuiiio to our aid, but may, if ihe)  deem it neeeHSary. countruet the  Bowei, In that event, we would  ho obliged to pay fur it, whether  wo liked it or not. We have Ilk-  poivei* lo lote (lm l.y.luw down,  b it they have the power, no v\u  hitvo been inforiuoil, to order c*e������ ~  nr coiiBtructed. So let ui keep  the poi-.ni and privilege of eon.  iluuiing mn* own ad'iiirH while we  hnve tho opportunity,  lu COIlliihioTI wc* would snv, vote  for an up-to-ilnW* newi'i'iige t-yhtein,  uud reduce the clniiieim uf coiita  gcuti-. diM'ithgs, eitiiMnl by bad ami  iiiMiffjoieiif newt'i'ugi', to a miu-  iiniiiii  I, mIu.i, June ������������������.     In iit'i'iifiiiiien '  tin.* vi it of th������* In'.- King lv .'  Football.  The Oddfellows and Knights  of Pythias met in a friendly  game of football on Saturday,  R, McLean officiated as Referee.  Neither team was at full strength  The Knights won thc toss and  p'ayed with wind and sun on  their barks. The first half half  was very keenly contested, the  Rnights having the pull forward  but the Oddfellows were strong  in defense. For the ..Lnights  Thomson was playing a swell  game and along with Stewart  aud Cawthorue kept the defense  busy. The first half ended with  out a goal being scored.  With the wind iu their favour  the Oddfellows SOOIl took   up    a intends tu apply for imrtni.-triiiti  to pur  grip of the game and Williamson ljh������-0 u*������ ������oi1..������Juk do.crikd mud.: -  put the Oddfellows on the  lead.1   0.mB������iolU|.taiH_..p.uU������edl>.,l. wis  REMOVAL   SALE.  Mr. A, McKinuon, of the  "Right Price Furniture Sfbre,"  is moving his business to the  store formerly occupied by Jos.  Jj-lcHi������e-_LSons_and will be pre\  pared to cater to the public at  the new premises ou and after  June 15th. The following are a  few of the bargains which are  offered until the present premises are vacated: Lace curtains,  blankets, comforters and bedspreads, 30 per cent discount.  Carpet squares, linoleums aud  iron beds, 20 per cent discouut.  Chenille, tapestry curtains aud  table covers, 20 per ceut discouut. All othe lines at 15 per  cent discount, These prices are  for cash only.  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAU.i01.i-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS flQADE TO   Of*DER RfiD  IN ANY STYIiE YOU ttllSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLA ND,  B. C.  ^aiiiiiniiNiiiiiiiiiiiDiiiiiiiiiiitimiiinM  | Capital $5,000,000. Reserve $5,700,000  |   The Royal Bank of Canada.  | CUMBERLAND  B   C  1 Sub-Branches at Courtenay and Union Bay.  DRAFTS   ISSUED IN  ANY CURRENCY,  OVER THE WORLD.  PAYABLE   ALL  Form -No. 9.  LAND AOT.  POUM OK NOTICB,  Ootut Litml UiHtiiut.  Di.triwt of New Westminster,  Takk Notior   that Mary  Timlin, of  Lttnd, K.O., occupation unrriod wuinan,  The antics of some of the plnycis  was causing much amusement  among tho hpectatorn, The Odd  fellows again added to their  score, McEwcu finding the spot.  Williamson added another to ihe  Oddfellows' score making the  game sale for his side. The  Knights now had a look and  Cawihorue opened the scoring  for his side, their lirst, and what  proved to be their only goal, L-  Piket finished the scoring, hi.s  goal being the best of the game.  Thc sum of ������19 wns collected  ou thc ground, which will bc  turned over to the Ladies' Aux������  illicry, less 46,50 expenses.  We underAtaud that a move-  men i* 011 loot to have Nauuimo  football team visii. Cumberland  ou July Twelfth. It is to be  hot iml   1 hit 'lu*   promo'" ers   will  648t of the North Kti.t vomer it' olniui applied fur hy IduTti liti, thonco Smith SO  oliniimtljuiio. RubI 8U oh .itiH tliniioi* North  80 oluiiun thai oe Wont Si) umi iim to pluoo  f brtfiuuing,  MAttY TUUUN, Applioaut.  V, Iwaid lkiKliiuil, Ageul,  Dated March '22ml 1'JIO.  Funu Nu, 0.  LAND ACT.  FOIIM OK NOTIUB,  <'('��������������� t l/uid DiHtr.ot,  Dlmrict of Xow vVo������tni|iiHter,  Takk Noiick lliut Ma l Itu'iu, of Lit ml,  H.U., uouujjuturn mmM'il womitti, intimU  to upjily f������r |iurmi������H('iti to iiiiroitmm tli  full living ili'si'1 Hull liiinlh;���������(-'oiiiiiiii1 oil ||  nt 11 pout p'antxil nt tho OHttt IMriliT uf II  It, M , HU, ilicuoe Miilith 8O0I111I id, tliiiico  idint 8u uli'iitiH, tlieiou uurm 8" olininn,  tlio.Ki& wo 180 olnins tu ill*- pluoi) of Iju-  Kluniitr.      JDA THUU.V,  Kdwaui) Hkiiiii.i.'nii, Auont,  Untrd Mulch Mi.d, 11)10,  Hy twpiwt of 11 number of his  regular uuiUom.'rs, W, J,   (Jonnl.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS nnd  interest tit Current Rates allowed on   iJepottits of $1.00 and upwards.  H. F. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  IlllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIMIIIIIIIllllllllilll  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  notaSy  PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  M90M9MM1IMINMN     0������������90MMMiO04MH>*������M  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Ladies' aud Gentlemen's Suits Made   0 ^vdrr  from $20 to $35    All Work First .Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  I.IU.J.  Lai'^M -iiiU .iji|������i'i ei.'LiV*'   .vU'liciti-  i'c������ ^nititii  ili*v   ij.  C    1 |t������t*^iim  i.m   .-sinnliiy, uu   ini.   .,,ht   i.pjit.ii  u ,���������������** in  tu*.   Ik-w   i-hnij; ,   On.ti'  *.ia.i.ui.^l   (%it.|'''!i.  Tll������' 1<H! .| D|*,i..r'.     n-.i    ,111   VI i   ���������  I,    t** Ul���������'   iwlll, Ui    ���������lili)     I.I     .'iil.l  \,,i   j',ur,     ,v n,,o   |.t*iKi4 .111*1 nl  ey ,1.  1* b<  w,;" " "'  ia '���������" - ''������������������*,    This office lm* just had a visit  w.r.1, tl..-l)uk.M.ro.!���������,���������H(r|,t wn, jfromour old (lieu(]i  iMrtKjijah  .    . 1    '      ��������� 1      *���������       ' '" ."i-i'itnr- ' , ... 1       I      .  (��������� , ,,    , \  ti,..e.Hl ,*f (;,.������,���������ln. prolmbl.v nuxt | ^/Ij.^ast two or three mouth*  ���������pt")').'.    The Diikoia lh>t to ui.ini  '"*���������! wi'hsuci'^s iniheircfTorts Itlm uvll known piano timer, wiii|  unite*' ������ speeitil trip hen* in  July.  I^'iivo ordi'r-v nt thU ollleo.  .1 vi ���������.*t iiiHiiih'u Africa for tin* pur-  po������e *>f ojM'tiing ihe new  purlin.  from Cumberland.   "Lijje'' (Uu-  iuy   hi������ absence, made a lour of  Uli'lil,  ni^( m riti^'. il.  'lie Island, and also visited diff-  i-rtnt places of importance ou the  hH~>*H->M-l������4-l-W-M������^M-H4! Mainland. He says lie had a  WA.Vi'Kh���������A girl f<'i yi'iifii.l! mo.it enjoyable trip,    ''Lige'' w  -un'd   ut    hud.     Applv to Mr  l.ntnloti, June I'd.���������Tlm rtmlj,".  nation of Lord Kiulioiior nn in-  *peet(n'.geiiui'nl of iho Mediterranean f*ircen wu* tit'oi'ptetl to-tiny.  Lord Kiclu'iictr luiiiiMtiiced llmt he  did nut ditiire te bu iixniyned lo  any jK������<it.  The Dairyman From the Magnet Cream Separator  I ont r Cnii nil liti, I own umpe-rly lu cvory Provlnoo in Omiulii.  1 hivd Coin 1 t*i Httiy, I Hnimty My llMKr. I Am 80 Id n> a Rook.  I Am Mttilo in Hu mlton. Ontiitlo, I Do I'urfoot Work und Ij int a  LifrthiiK*, A PoHt Curd to VV. II, Oriovo, Mii'iilHtinli Pint (Hlloe will  Hnii(i Mu tu Your Uuur For 11 Fall Djinoo-.lutum,    Y������u������   Truly  MAGNET   CREAM     SEPARATOR  i,!iti:i.ui''u "i   h g  .        Inn        vv      h    il !   <  |i    ;��������������� at������ti rt    \  10,  i      ,, .1 t...       I *!.. ,        A*J  ...  L1.KJ1 ^>������i*i U* k. IS  ��������� r   .  ,Mi.  ��������� li 11  ���������   it   <  C������ ii  M'-'nif*. I'uit Aii(jii9*i������ ll"t*i, C"  ���������H-t-H-fr-V-J -H-H-JrHrlrV H ��������� t i 1  .Si  ������  itmi.-iiti'i im-ti Ml.l   h   1.  S!.' -..tikt'tlu- ������ni.i������'iuu. ������,. 11  i     4. LO\\   \f*l.  lookinK well ami seems to have     The output of  conl   for  IoohI  iicut-fi ted by his ou'iiiR.    H������- is tt'itn'n for the month of May. whi.  now gel ting Up ft  fish ing  p;ir y \ H\MH totn-,  iu''ii to   Vniitidtell Hiver. wlit*������i-t     ,     ,  ���������*���������-������������������������������������������      ~~~  ,.���������,/.,. . >      l,..ud..t., .1,,:.,   yi.      1* ., ;��������� ;,n-'i. '  tlit> will 'tv ibfir hick, ..nd skivjii        . .....  tllll* 111"*t''������i*'*iiiit������.'ii ������.| Uriy <t'*tii������ii  V*. will |*i"liu .it l'������k.- |<! **���������> t'iiiie"  ia* will h.ivc ii K'������n,l "fi*-!' *>'oiv'  Mjamm  *M*E  ac  WE HAVE HONEY  To invent in auy sound proposition.   TIMBER  COAL, or AGRICULTURAL LANDS.  Make a clear -sketch and write fully in your first letter  if you want a definite answer.  Western Canada Investment Company,  Hutte 4A������ Pln*;lc Block* Vanoouver, B.C  .  to tfii Mb WitfH Uic\ ������IHW U,.liiv  1gain.  Un Jt.tiv'iLi, ,������i *^Ui,u������u������.u jtiar.


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