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 .-;y  '//.*.' *>< . ,^-tf^t^-^ - *������������������ <,c 'A y  #  NEWS,  A. Journal Devoted especially* to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B.C.,   TUESDAY, JULY   S,   :9io  Subscription $i.oo a Year  *|rftMAtfM*|0i*ip*ll*l  9m  THE BIG STORE  Of course you want to shop in the  . . COOLEST STORE IN TOWN . .  theae hot days. We want you io fn-quem our store on your shopping tours. Como in and look immnd, it is never any trouble, to  show goods. We realize that v u are not (rdiui; to buy unless yoi.  see the goods. Do not hesitate *tt any time to let it be known what  you are looking for, and we will go: i'., if we do not h . ve it on hand  If you buy an article here and it is no snu-factory hrinij it buck  and get your money���������we do not want your money unlet* you aie  satisfied yon have your mom-y's worth. Thi* is not sentiment, iu  business. It pays to treat you right���������a pleased customer pleaBes  us. Every week something new.   This week   we  are showing   a  NEW LOT OF LADIES' AND MISSES'SKIRTS  -in-Panaoiae���������Viiiie������!rBox'Gli)th8"and"T*eedii;���������.The?e~lk"irt"0:re~t^e  latest in material, style and trimming, direct from the  best ladies'  warehouse in Canada and are unequalled for value.  PRICES RANGE PROM 93.0O to $8.00  We aim to, and we will! make this thc most up to-dtite store on  Vancouver Islaud In order to dp no, wo will try to please you by  givi ng fiatisfaciion.  FOR  Furniture  Wallpaper  Paints  Beds and Bedding,  OIVE US A TRIAL, ORDER IN OROCERIES]  Simon Leiscr & Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland.  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS Of f  OUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and liquors.  STREET  tAman,w*nmyi������mm������tmmrmAr%*e  %~n*TTT*l"T  STOVES  and  RANGES  TRY THE  The Magnet Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  *������  City Council.  SECOND  Big Cunarders to be Built  Loudon, July x,���������The largest  steamships in the world are .soon  to be built by the Cuiiard fcteam  ship Company. Work will start  ou the first one within a few  weeks. The new liners will  have 60,000 tonnage, or 15,000  tons more than the White Star  steamers Olympic aud Titanic,  give a second option to Whiting  which he attempted to register  before the plaiutifTs options was  registered,  The lauds 111 question nre included in those ceded to William  Mnceiuie lu the purchase of  the Dunsmuir coal interests for  8 n, 000,00a,  Tho Corbiu mines ut Now Mi-  olwlaivojienirig up full blast. Two  and 30,000 tons more than the hundred miners Imve Uhui employ  ?  Lusitania and Mauretauia.  Croft Wins Case In  Big Coal Lands flase.  Victoria, July i.���������That the  plalullffs, Henry Croft, et al.,are  entitled to registration of their  option 011 certain conl lands was  the ruling, of Chief Justice Hutu  ter today upon a point uf law  arising out of the suit of the af*  orctiatned against Hon. James  Duuimuir, Whitiug, Pcicy ci al  c������l there recently, nud moro arc  wanted.   Thirty live miners' lions  ������������find a h\(t   hnttd   udll   lm   lintlt  .-I  during th*' fiwimor to ntroimuo  date tho largo uumlter of men re.  quired.   Tlm company lm* ju������t  closed a coutraot for 7(H) tons  ,V,:i  ')���������  *,   1 1!       .   .t   . I '  .1'..'-....^ ������..<  ...-.us.    til,i,n 1),  nlioiit 800 tons dsijy this comp.  nny will now supply |wrmi������n������nt  contracts amounting to 1,000 tons  ������ day.  Mr. Curtis,  itiHimiier of tht  i EiectrtcTheatre is showing sonic  for 14,600,000 damages.     The j excellent films this week  which  ���������uit stands over until after the are drawing capacity houses.  vrostiun. j Thc  films to be shown the bal.  It  is alleged that the defend-j ante  of week will be tt*m\h  nnt* persuaded the owners of Inland* in question to break their  contract with the plaiutifTs, and  goad, if not belter ihau the best  that have been produced 011 the  curtain yet. fie sure and see  them.  The City Couneil mot in regular session on Monday evening,  there being present Aldermen Hot*  mil,' MeLeod, Stewart, Stoddart  and the Mayor,  The meetings of previous regular and speoial meetings weio rum!  and adopted,  Accounts:���������  T. K. Unto #4.55  1\P. Harrison.. IU>0  Hugh Miteholl 4.25  Cumberland Nicws.... 8.50  Hy-luw expenses.,.,. 77.50  Constable Gray's report:-���������  Scavenger  8110.00  Night watchman....    78.50  Dog Tux     40.00  Hall rent    .SSO.UU  1'olieocourt foes..,. 5,00  City road tux ,,.... 0.00  Manager Curtis, of tho Kleetrie  Theivtiv, made tlio following pro-  position to the council, vi/.,, that  if the council would grant h|m a  three years' lease of City hull lie  Would build hu addition to saute  whioh woultl eo������t about twelve  hundred dollars, It was decided  to inform Mr Curtis that thu council would go Into the matter with  him  The Colonist account for printing was referred luielc from the  tiuiitico committee ns being cuces-  eiiv ua compiMed Hili, oihvi ������c-  couiiU for dituie work.  It was moved hy Aid. MeUod,  unentitled by Aid, llorwil, thnt ihe  City Clerk's sidury Im* Increwwd  to $<'i0 00 |M>r uiontli, iiImi, that hi*  nix mouths arrears of salary Im*  jMiid���������eurriel.  .Messrs John Thomson himIT. K.  Uate, a committee from Mount  livreb I������, O, L, miiM u|ion lite  Cultm:.!, .tad itijuteUd lliiil tint)  builil nn arc. for I2tlt. of July  ���������x-lebmlioii. it e'na loovwJ by Aid  MeUt������l, mtuihIwi l������y Aid Hortini,  tout iw|������������*'*t hv gmnint. Tl������������ tr.-b  *,* tmv.,\t1*inl iipjumitf C'tjT Halt  earrii'd.  The ���������iJonndi wwit intn runwiit-  tw of tlif ������������������!���������������, ������ii  aimndini-iil  to Scavenger By-Law,  which was  passed,  Tenders will be called, for  stumding sidewalk lino from Stod.  dart's fo Fifth St., also from Duns  in.uir Avenue to   Allen   Avenue,  Tenders will also be called, for  the supplying of two uniforms for  city police, as lecommended by  Police Commissioners, some time  ago, White tailor's tenders, only,  to be considered���������curried.  There being uo further business  the Council udjourned,  Dominion Day Celebration at Union Bay.  -MMH.M. j 4^%  Dominion Day was celebrated  in grand style by thc people of  Union Mny. Although the morning was somewhat cloudy and  looked like ruin, still by noon  the day brightened up and proved lu bc un ideal one for the  long programme of events to be  pulled off. About 10 o'clock a.  m. ihe fiee train, composed of  five box cars, three flat cars and  the passenger coach, were crowd  ed to their utmost capacity with  excursionists, u good many bring  ing their buskets to enjoy a pic  uie by thc ������alt water. The celebration was the first that  was  THE CORNER STORE f  X- 1 9%% 'i l Z  |   ARE YOU GOING CAMPING  I THIS WEEK?  ������ We have a large stock of goods suit-  .   ���������   ���������   able to take with yon   ���������   ���������   ���������  LARGE TOWELS  25c, to $2.00 pr.  MEN'S & BOYS' BATHING SUITS....75c. to $3.25  BEACH HATS, reg.75c and 90c, sale 15c each  MUSLIN, for curtains, figured or plain,  6c to $1.00 yard  LADIES' SAILOR HATS 40c to $1.75  CHILDREN'S LINEN JACK TAR GALATEA  HATS....... ....ALL PRICES J  FLANNELETTE SHEETS, white & grey iu large, |   larger and extra large sizes *  SUMMER DRESS GOODS in Muslins, ginghams 9  ..T. andprint *  INDIA TOULARD  a New Material J  just like silk, navy and white and black and 9  white !......  ....only 25c a yard &  HOYS'- SNEAKER & CANVAS SHOES.... from 65c *  GIRLS & WOMEN'S ,"��������� . ������ '( from $1.50 ������  MEN'S CANVAS SHOES from $1.00 ������  CHILDREN'S SAILOR BLOUSES & SUITS from 65c f  NEW SUMMER UNDERWEAK for men.... 81.00 suit f  LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR all prices ������  SPEC I AL, DOUBLE KNEE RIBBED HOSIKRY J  FOR CHILDREN, sizes 7^ reg 65c, sale 35c ������>���������  DpUBLE KNEE RIBBED HOSIERY FOR Z  WOMEN 8# &9, reg65c sale 35c 9  $   PILLOWS ,....*r5oandlK85pr J_  T-'  9  9  9  J.N. McLEOD t  $       Dunsmuir Avenue, CUMBERLAND, B.C.       Z  ������?^9???-m^?-r<r***t*������?* 99r##9?������f?t������f*t*f������*f������099#  YOUR NAME IS GOOD.  >e***m%*mr*A&r**Mama*me4 ii ,, 1  ANYTHING IN  THE  JEWELRY   LINE  SOLD on SMALL  MONTHLY _  PAYMENTS  STODDART  THE JEWELLER.  Next cloor to the Hoy a I Rai.k of Canada, Curalwrland.  ever held at Union Bay, and tlm  committee are to be congratulnt  ed ou the success which attend  ed their effort*. Every number  ou the programme went off without a hitch and was greatly up-  predated by the spectators.  The first game of baseball was  played between Union Hay and  thc "Pilscuers," thc score being  5 to 4 in   favor of  Union Hay.  Thc next game was played between Union Hay and Courtenay  which proved most interesting,  both teams being pretty evenly  matched,' Courtenay carrying a-  way the honors, the score being  a to 1. There were 17 innings  in this game. This being the  lost event on the programme  the crowd disjoined, the train re*  turning to Cumberland about  7:30 p, in., and everybody being  thoroughly satisfied with their  day's outiug.  tLA   "iytji|m^ML^t^m  Mr  RECEIVED THIS WEEK  M  A  for  jar  LARGK SHIPMENT of "Economy" Fruit  Jars, in pints, quarts nnd half ga.lons, in time  the fruit  season.     The "Economy"   is   the best  on the market, is easy to seal; no rul>Wr   rings  required; wide mouth and air light.  N. B.  Extra Tops Always in Stock.  a  CAMPBELL BROS.  Dunsmuir Avenue Cumberland  t  JBttttM  mm  SI THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ir? His *'  Courtship.  By HELEN R. MARTIN,  Anther of "Titlie: A Mcisr,onita Maid."  OrpvtiQht, 1907. by .Heaure,PliaUvsACo.  (Continued.)  CHAPTER XVI. j  SEATED on tho side of bis bod. i  his lump burning on the bureau !  nt bis elbow. Mr. Kinross, in j  the small hours of the morn- {  in jr. rend the paper ho luul found ln !  tho haunted  room. I  Both the wording of it nud the pen- ,  manship gave evidence that the writer j  was a person of some education. I.  (hough at times her phraseology wus ���������  stilled, bookish aud even a little melo- i  dramatic. '-,  The child. Eunice. Is not ours. For the j  Fake of the moneyed reward which we  knew would undoubtedly be offered for !  her recovery by her wealthy father we j  Blole tier away from her home Her moth- ]  er died at her birth, and I. being a trained  nurse, wns employed by the father to i  Come Into the house and take entire !  .���������harge of the baby When she was a year ,  aid 1 secretly married her father's secre- j  lary, whose learning and brilliant talents  attracted me utmost to the point of hypnotizing me. and together we hatched the j  scheme of stealing the child as a means :  of extracting money from the father. 13ut  an unforeseen event thwarted our., well |  laid plan. On the very night of our flight \  with the child her father was killed in a |  railroad accident. Somehow the story got I  out that he had his child with, him, and J  the mutilated body of a year-old girl was i  actually found In the wreck and identl- i  tied aa Eunice by some of the servants ot \  the household In this turn or" affairs his '  entire large fortune went to the half sis- j  ler of Eunice's father, a Single woman of j  about thirty who lived alone In Wash- i  ington. I  We wrote to her and told her what we j  had done and offered to give up thc child I  for a certain sum. but whether she didn't j  believe us or whether it served  her purpose better not  to  have the child  recov.  _j6E__LJ_32_n������Li-now    We have never had |  any answer to"ouFTe]yKi't"?d-r-omrnunlca~  ttons to her.    It Ib now four months since  we came away   with  the  child,  and   we  have accomplished nothing  We are living here Incognito on this j  out of the way Pennsylvania farm. j  It is my  wish  to  take   Eunice to  her .  aunt   The lady has seen the child several ;  times Jn her visits of a few days each to |  her brother's home In New Vork. and of j  course  she   would   remember  me  as  her  caretaker    She always seemed very fond  of Eunice,   who is her  namesake.    1  do ;  not believe she wouid deliberately do her j  the wrong of keeping her out of her In- I  lierltance.    If 1 do not noon take Eunice !  to her the child  will have changed past j  ���������recognition.    1  cannot  longer endure the ;  burden of the crime I have committed    I i  lniJst make amends    But my husband will i  aot let me expose us byth to the risk of I  punishment,  and  he still  hopes to malto j  prolU out of the child.   lie says he will  murder me before he will let me confess  our crime.    I never would have done this j  ���������wrong of myself,   1 have been led Into it  through my insane passion for this diabolically clever  and  conscienceless man  Tonight, must  decide   my   fate.    I   shall  ���������Ither depart  for   Washington  with  the  ehlld or else I shall die either by my own  'Hand or that of my husband.   I leave this  confession, which I trust will escape my  husband's eye an. tall Into the hands of  honest people.  I shall now write here every fact which  may aerve lo restore Eunice to her rights  The sum ot 14,000 which I tool' from my  employer's desk thb night I lied will be  found pinned to the child's clothing, to h������  used In paying the expenses which mny  be Involved In restoring her to her aunt  er, In case of failure to prove her Identity, to support her until she Is ablo k.  take caro of herself.  "Pour thotmnnd dollars:" mused  Kinross, Ills fnco pale with iho excitement of tlio story, "Tlie yearly  Intercut of Hint sum would hnvo mow  than pnI<1 tlio girl's board In this monger household. And tbey hnvo niiulo  A slave of her, not oven allowing her  10 RO tO tilt' public KoiHiol.'"  Ilo felt a ghoulish glee In (he thought ;'  of confronting old Morntng������tnr wllh '  IiIh discovery. I  Uo rend on: i  The fallur of thn child was the hoe H. ;  B, Woltolt, Kh<i��������� of tlm New Vorli city j  liar. Ills half MlHtir Is Miss Kunlce Wol- [  toll of   -     ������wmii',  WhhIiIukIiim,  Miss Wolcott can Hlchilfv the dilM by ;  fh<! two liny miAi-n on her neck Mini umli-r ;  lier left iar, fur I ouch heard her hiiv i  When she had lh������ hahy on lur tup tlmi j  Jklr. Wolc'ill hail iwti moles In exactly tha !  earn* spot, i  The little tu'klar* ami lneket which will '  lie found on the child w������re kiwii her by  Mies Wnl'oti nnd coniiiln her phiiliigriii'li j  ���������nil the child's.  I solemnly .iflirui that what t !u������v<> her* '  written Is true  riKATIlK'K IM.VIKI-S.  A ditto twenty yeiir* Un 1. was nfllx-  Mt In Uu* paper.  Kinross' bi'iirt thiini'ied iu bis breust,  ntul In* snt triitit'tUod ns Hie Imtul  Willed held Hie paper fell tn his knee*.  Kunlce was the niece of Miss I'*iiulc0  Wolcott, whom lie bad known nil his  life Tbov luul lived neighbors In the  city of  WiikIiiiikU'Ii.    i.uiMx- .i   ,...,  nitti   hffl     '.'';..   (������������������ <���������������������������-    AA ;t  thu MonilngHtars a Wolcott. thnn  whom ii prouder race hnd never developed mil of Hint bout lead of iiiuui-  jtrntilu tbnt the Muyilower bad dump-  M on Plymouth It'f-IA. I-Uinl'v W1IH  mi heiress if her iiieniiiv count improved, iind Miss Wolcott would own  Iter. IU* suddenly snw, wltb (iearness,  the plight of Mis* Woli'iitl In thi* ills-  rovery of her tilen*. nnd a cold (our  erept over hlm Hint there might lm  #otne Ulflleiilty In restorlini lo Kunlce  ber Inheritance     li   ,\ 1  l-.a'.e  been  difficult enough If It hml lieeii attempt-  wl  at  ll������-  im..'   :!.;    - ���������'<.?< -ini,  nun  made. Hut utter ull iltew* ,������i*ih>? IU*  hail tierm n yoiilli of eighteen when  Mbw Wtilintt had route miu ber for-  tune, nnd In* retwtutm'riil well bow It  hail chanif.*.! Iwr modo ot lhlng from  a aly'e of mint**? dignity t'������ ������ nuurl-  tm%   t'lcRitlii ���������������.      ll>������*.   ..'.''.i't'    ��������� ���������'���������'���������    the*'.'  yenra ������������f lavlshm***, could Mm* g>, Ixuk  Irt fl sluipii. bai.lt nf life': And theft  lln������ hurt t<������ tier i>n,|,. ������f wc i������Jii������b in  lllf nl**'ll'������' of anjtllitllf in;n- liiilmMfi  linl to In* pruuil *.f hhi- Ii'ul i. .nri������ln>il  lUd htoudid Hi"'* ������:ttt������r*t liu*i!*!ui|l>) 10  have to own kinship -wlfh a gin rearea  lu such a sordid environment us that  of this farm, with less knowledge of  the world than any servant of her  establishment. He had a tiresome  memory of Miss Wolcott's motherly  warnings to himself in his callow  youth against "dragging In tbe mire"  his fine old family name by his lamentable lack of that "e-clusiveness"  which, she -assured him. had characterized bis mother of blessed memory  ami both his paternal and maternal  grandmothers. It was on the occasion  of bis having brought home from college for the holidays that splendid fellow. John Lowry, a diamond iu the  rough, and In his pride in Lowry's  friendship having taken hlm to call  on Miss Wolcott, who, with her literary tastes and extensive travel, he  was sure would appreciate his brilliant college mate, instead of which  he bad brought on himself long philosophic homilies upon the duty incumbent upon "the old families" to preserve tlieir esclusiveness and not to  ndmit into their sacred circle any vulgar new element. When, with youthful enthusiasm, he bad rebutted her  theories as narrow, old fashioned and  so forth she had pinned him dowu to  the fundamental question. 'Do you or  do you not believe in blood, Peter  Kinross?"  "1 do! The blood that makes true  men and women, not tbe blood that  makes snobs!" With which parting  shpt he bad left her. and tbe coolness  between tbem thereafter had never  been overcome.  He remembered bis cynical reflection  at tbe time of ber brother's death.  "She'll think the angels in heaven will  feel honored at the arrival of a Wolcott.'"  "A good thing for Eunice that thla  matter has fallen into my hands." he  thought, "one wholly disinterested nnd  wllli time, inclination nnd. 1 flatter  myself, skill to work the thing out for  lier In the Pest possible, way. not merely for the fun.of the excitement of the  ense, though there's that side of It. too,  Init for the spice that there Is In seeing a beastly wrong righted."  lie fell to wondering what had be-  ro-iie of Ibe husband of "Beatrice Daniels." whether lier death had been n  suicide or a murder and whether if tho  man could Ik; found his presence  would lend any proof to tbe "eonfes-  cion."  Tbe oil in his lamp was nearly burned out as lie reached this point in ids  meditations, and he rose, blew out the  flickering'light nnd in the dawn of the  early morning flung off his clothes. .,  (To bij C'u'iiliiueO.;  ESKIMO FOOTWEAR.  DAMES AND  DAUGHTERS.  .Main. Una Cavalierl, the most beautiful woman ou the operatic stage, at-'  tributes her success lo those old fashioned beauty doctors, sleep aud rest.  Miss Mary N. Potts at her wedding  iu St. Johnsbury. Vt.. wore the same  dress that had been worn on similar  occasions hy her grandnioilier. her  mother and her mother's two sisters.  Tbe recent prominence in tbe suffrage discussion -of Dr Mary Walker  reculls one of the cleverest remarks  that the 'lamented Hill Nye ever uttered. He described Dr. Mary as "tho  only self made man in America."  .Miss Helen Tuft, who is a student  of Iiryn Msiwr, has been subjected to  so much annoyance by curious people  trying to get a look at tbe president's  daughter that her location has been  taken out of the college directory.  Mrs. Isaac L, Rice, who Is known  tbe country over as the president of  the Society Kor the Suppression of  Noise, lias two very talented daughters, Miss' Muriel Rice, who is interested iu keeping alive an interest in  American poetry, and Miss Dorothy  IJIce. who lias appeared as a painter  of life in the sweatshops of New York  city.  Boots of the Arctic Regions and How  They Are Made. J  Tbe Eskimos, as a rule, use nothing ]  but the sealskin, deerskin, musk oxen, j  arctic bare and bird skins for boll)  their feet and their clothing. In t)ie i  lirst piii ���������<> they skin tht hare, clean  and 'iiy it and chew it all over, and  when i't is thoroughly dry they cut it  up ami make socks to wbar inside of  their sotdi'i- deerskin boots (in their  language celled kamaks). The sealskin is taken, the fat cleaned off, a  wooden triune made about a foot on  the round larger than the skin, and  the skin is then laced tightly around  a frame and kept in tlie sun until,  thoroughly dry.  Then the sijt'aws of women clean  am: st t ^bout cutting it up into boots,  which are generally made about two  or 'fl-rco si7.-.*s too large. The bottoiii,  0- si'Ic. is cut to the shape of the foot  in one piece, the uppers are joined  and sewed to the edge of thc bottom  and the fore part is sewed to the leg  nearly straight across the instep. The  leg is cut out according to the'length  wiuii'.-d, with a receiving string in the  top to tic over, thus keeping the snow  out.  Ti<,i;_Ai'ciie Eskimos do not use bark  oi ti.n'ot: ������uiy kind for their skins. It,  conof be "procured, and they do not  know how to use it. Should their  hoots dry up'their .ladies, or squaws,  l.il-e their, and chew' them all over,  and in t.'ii minutes they are as soft*  as a glove. Further south and in  some parts of Labrador the skins are  harked and thoroughly dried and  when made up lust much longer. It  makes a good deal of difference what  species of S'uds are used. Tlie best  by far are the square flipper and the  old hrrp seal. Could they get leather  and soles for their boots as we do in  this country it would be an iniurove-  THE INDIANS VANISHED.  Strange Illusion Tbnt Came to Thirty  Men at Once.  "One of the greatest hallucinations  I ever knew of." said J. B. Quigley,  who surveyed the state lands, of '1 ejeas  just after the Civil War, '"happened  to the party that was helping me run  the range lines on the Texas" prairies.  We  were  pretty  nervous  about  the  Indians and kept a sharp lookout for i  them.    At one time we had quite a I  brush with a band of about 300 reds, j  They, surrounded us,    and    we    dug j  trench's inside a circle of mess wa- 1  gons.   They pestered us two days, and j  we had to tunnel 200 yards for drink- |  ing water.   Then we drove them off.  'One morning about a month later  BEYOND MODERN SKILL  MANY OLD   FEATS   CHALLENGES  PRESENT DAY WORKMEN.  Luminous Painting of the Japanese-  Gives Rise to a Story of the Emperor Tai Tsung���������Roman Workman  Invented a Glass Cup That Would  Bend But Not Break���������Damascus-  Sword BJades.  It is said that the art of luminous  painting was known to the Japanese  of   them,  . nothing more or less, however, than  j a picture of an ox that everyday left  the picture inine to graze and then  hut seemingly '��������� thousands  swarmed over the prairies.  "If   dirt   never   ilew   before   it   di.r, .    , ,,      ,   .-     .      ,���������.���������,.  then. Every man seized a shovel and I returned to the frame to sleep at  dug trenches for dear life. , Blisters ! night. This thing worried the emper  blossomed on our hands in no time,  and the sweat streamed fro n our  faces, but there was no time to rest.  We could see the Indians with their  ponies lying down, the red devils  peering-over the horses and they covered the prairies as far as the eye  could see. Occasionally an Indian  could be seen running on foot from  one horSe to another. Farthe'r away  they were galloping around on horseback.  "ln the few minutes between thn  early morning twilight nnd daybreak  we had trenched and fortified our  camp Then we relaxed to await the  attack of the Indians.  "I don't know who came to his  senses first, but as daylight streamed  over  the orairie the    mists    cleared  Seated, on tne side of litis bed.  Tet he found blmae't Just now, perhaps, Inconsistently pitting himself on  tue Imtul for his porei Icaclty In linvlng  ���������<-ecognl/,e<l that Hot Ice was of no  common stock.  He himself had no doubt of the i  lititlt of the *'conf������rUon" nnd of Uu- j  lilce's Identity with the stolen child, j  Rut while tho moral evidence seemed i  clour and convincing, would It ho mif- j  llclont without the k >tenl proof which ,  lie reeounliJod wns l������-kltis: to ponnmilo j  Miss Wolcott of her duty to give up n ,  fortune nfter nineteen yonrs' promt*. !  Nlon of It? Hero wn,ld bo n lent of i  the "good blood" of twhlch sho wiih bo j  proud, .   i  "It would be more t'titn common lion, j  only; It wonlil ho hu'olc. Hut If shn,  ���������luki'N after' her nleo������ hIio won't luck !  the herolHm!" i  The fact Hint the communication!! to  MIsh Wolcott of Beatrice DiiiiIcIh, Uie ,  tmined mime, hnd boon lunorci! did '  not prom Iho well for Bunlco'H ciikc Jimt 1  now.  KlnroHM threw lilm-ielf bnck on hi* '  pillow nud dimped IiIh IiiiihIh under  his hind, No uho to undniKH-hu  couldn't n\oe\t. The tliou������ht of thlHglrl,  brought up in* n Her*nnt to tlie Mom.  ItiKstnrs. her murrlmto to (liclr ������"fi  oppoHcd beeiitiHC her poverty uuiilii Imr  "not good imioiikIi firr our Abe," hor  liriioritiiei' of llfo combined wllli her  knowledge of Imokn milking lier unique  to the point of bolim piitliotlc-thin  young crenltire to middenly Und liernelf  u jsreiit helrem-i. The specnliitloim  wlii.'h th" Nllu/illon ffnve rlno lo drove  ���������deep fur from bin bruin, Would uho  be good enough for "our Aim" when  her mory wiih known? Ho chuckled  ���������;.,,. !. !'.. "'>' "' tild MornhigHtnr's '  enrmwt ondenvoni to hniig lilliwelf, ,  inetnphorli'iilly upeakiuK, h> <i|ijiomo���������*'  hl������ sun's innrrltigo to a jjrent fortune. [  * She ni.iy Imagine alie'a In love with  . Unit fellow Alio, never hnvlim noon  nny other sort of men, hut of coiirao n  ,,  .,     ;;,,   ,';.    '���������?)*   ���������"���������orlrV   Will   I'lir*  , her."  !    I lo wondered whether he would do  ' well in tell her nt once nil Unit he  knew of lier or to wolf until la* hnd  ������ii-n MI������k Wolcott and lenriicil whoih.  er or not there wnn roIjib to lm dull*  >i'',i aboiit her cnmlntr into lier own.  It would lie cruel to nilwi lai' hope*  \.,.fi.r,- timre wiih aome nxnuriiii'-o ot  their In-big retillwil. He wotil'l iln well  to put her off when they mm loomr-  row night In the hauntw! room with tm  Unit. ,ih would Ktitlafy her for flu* Hum  being. If������* would then rommunlnin* at  ��������� nm*   >wlh  Mis* Wolcott.   If she  win  ' f ��������� "���������!���������* thh mimmer nt lier Newport  Ii.iiim' be would run on to km* her nn-  tiii'i!iafi<*y, ff nbo were nbioml ixhe  friMixutly ������i|ieiit I lie mjinnier In Suit-  z.f���������ii.i|. lie woukl <*nl������le her lo r.iuni  l.iitic at  unco on  lni|Kirtant litiaie ial  lni'dtH'**,  CRurch~antl=Ciergyr  The gospel Is preached in thirty different languages In the United States.  At n church in Kngland a clergyman  told the congregation that, while be  had uot personally witnessed It. he  bad beeu told tbat curd playing bad  taken place during service.  His hop Charles E. Cheney of the Reformed Episcopal church, now In his  seveiity-tlfth year, preached a sermon  In chrisi church of that denomination  tn Chicago on the fiftieth anniversary  of IiIh rectorship.  A' a meeting of the Uodelph Sholera  congregation In Fittsburg Iliibbl Leonard .1 Levy was elected pastor for llfo  ut nn minim I salary of $111,000. lie is  to receive a $.".0(K1 yearly pension If  he should wish to retire after reaching  the nge of seventy-Uvu, and the same  amount Is to be paid to Mrs, Levy lu  tbe event of her husband's death.  Science Sittings.  Experiments wlfh nlira violet light  nppear to show tbnt It Is more effective for sterilizing Ihiulds than ozone.  A cnl'lond of nullum, Edison Hiiys,  would have as much energy ns nil the  millions of ton* of coal mined in thu  United States in it your.  A Ei'i'iieh sclent ist says the rnys from  Itieiiiulesceiit' lights nre heiieticlal to  fitliiiiiu lienltli, destroying hiicierlu,  stimulating oircuhitinii uud cellular activity and reducing pnlu.  Herein esperlnii'iitM hnve proved conclusively tlmi eimi dust which Iuih  been ground In u stale so tine (lint It  will puss a 'JiKl mesh sieve will e_pintle  from contact with ciiIkt n naked ilamu  or with Uio mv ot un electric ciineiii,  Tales of Cities,  Fifteen Londoners mu born every  hour nnd nine die, the total exces* of  blrUm over den thn a yuur belii������ about  6ri.000.  New Vork city niiiiiiifncuire* more  fur goods than nil of the other oil leu  of the century together. It keeps  ti limit ti.ooo poi'HoiiN employed In tho  industry, mul Its niitput for thu last  year Is valued ut f JLimi.tHkl  That pun of Hi I'eii'i'Hbiirg which  drltikH itnlllli'ri'd water Is Ii-hm affected  by eholei'ii mid typhoid fever tluin tlio  partnof the lown In which lllieivd wuter Ih Used, the reimon being that the  lllloff* tbem*el\0H huvu becuine co illuminated.  n^&raye cPszaT/tAe  Recent Inventions.  A recently Invented rescue alretclier  for milieu haa oxyuon tanks ut one uud  opening Into n Imu Into which a mnu'a  head nud NlxiiilderM tuny he placed.  ',���������;��������� >i,,. i.i'iin.iiiiM nf tlm ������ii(|i������ irom.  bone Ih u (tux lUtllle I ll will is I by un  Indiana inun. no cniixirtieim) that the  burner mny be nlld to any point along  the wall of n room whoro Hie light la  iiiiiki needed.  A New .leitMiy farmer has piiientiHl a  cover tnr milking p������lln thai ndml!* the  milk through n wmnier coven<d with  n iloiii which tuny be ri*movi������d for  cleansing and which even Uccim uu.  pure nlr from cnierlin,' the pmi.  Hni������et������tt Manuterlpt.  **A pnri". ti** ������<vi' i������������ui-iit ���������  I' ir j.i������nniif. ������nv������  Ti-.iit*!,.������m iu.i.1 ������. k.������ i^   ���������! hard  Ami miiiv may*  An i il ������������������������ <1'������'.* *,nf"t������ti  (' i dm <������������������ or* tim*  To eetwtH.il itmiiif i# nine back  'Tilt fww.tnti n������'  -U.jUviil* Cojrim journaL  inetit ior siiiunicr wear, hut would not  mu-  er for winter.  ,\ ti I pair of skin bonis will hnd  an Kskiinn for nearly six inon'.iis  Willi ciitistimt wear on the ice, ('apt.  Most,, llniilctt in Superintendent'mul  t'oriiiiiini,  Womnn'i Ln*t Word.  'I'h" W"iiifiii gui deeidi'dl.V I he let*  ter nt il hi nil exehniige witli n inun  who occupied ihf> dock at the Loudnti  Sessions, H" put 111** questions in n  loud lone mul rather forcibly. Kve.uu.  ally a lit!).- wiuiinn, lookiig v. ry meek  riul sin ken with exi'iUmmiit. eiu tciI  the box.  In iinswcring the mnn, however, she  ii.i..i..> I..., '.;. ';' ������������������'<'i.ii>'tli. iii ber  nu (inur.B \\.> tuned bin voice to i.e.  cor.l wiili lurs. miu boi.i mi.-  gaged in trying to drown eiicli other's  ti/iiny tM'riteiieea,  Su'ildeiily Ihe man censed, excl.iiiued  "Chew!" sluck his lininls 'Icp into  Ins   puckets,   und   promoiimli'd   with  hi. g.   riin-n*.���������' ,    ,-;,.!        '   ''"'  dock, "I'hew!" he Ni<id, cmiiiiiu to u  dead Mop ntul gli ueiiig with n crest-  fi 11.ii lo.ik at tin* wonmii, whoin'  vehctneiice and volubility hnd gniit"d  for her ii victory, "I'hew! A womuii  enn always speak longer thnn a man.  Why, you're tn* bud as the suffrnyi������ls  - aiid vn.r  With n ho!ie|e,.s nhrutt ������d the shoulder*- li ��������� lf.p'-ed iiilo ullenc ���������, while the  cmirl hitigheil loudly.  Lena Olitanea.  ���������"Vmiua gi'iitii'iiifn." tunouneeil tbt  prnffMHir In KuijUnti HteniMtre, "io������mr-  tn*** I wUli ymi to coint prepared to  dliutiM i iit.'������ wnteoot from tw works  of llfiiry Jntvea."  "lne entire MOitoct, profeaaorr'  jfrnninil nm oiana.  '���������v\������ii tun*, ti ua fur at til* Oral atmt.  toUtn "- I'Uiaiiura I'uat.  i  so/lie  one  fto'N b"iorc fiur eyes and  cried in a slnrllnd voice.  " 'They're runlric dogs.'  "And pr.ilrie dovs thev wrie, Wc  h ".I oniiipei| in the middle of their  village tuni iml un Indtni within  utiles,     I'l-yrliologlsls   sny   that   what  ,1   lllllll expectf  to  nee,   he'll   *eo,     (lur  bar fraiutht iiiIikIh had triiiisforined  the |������riilrie dogs into uiouiiled Ituliium  i.ii'l it company of thirty nen hml mif.  fend Hie saine illusion', (lur b|Uten*il  linliiU nnd deep dug trenches toMi-  Jled i.i tlmi."���������Kiinsn* City Hiiir,  Saved by a Lock of Hair.  A Iniri eiilott* rescue of a little girl  hv her fnther, took plneo nt Taeoirui,  Viiihii.. icw.i,;,.. T!. ,A'l '*''" '"' n  l.:i"Vei on her arm. wan hoardinff a  st"iillicr when the bi'skci duiiiptJ  agiiiiist a iiom of the uleamer's lower  deck, cumiiig lu*r tn lose her balance  nnd full Into the wuivr. 8liu went nn-  der once, nnd when she cuiiio to the  mirfiiee a current started to sweep her  out into uu- in-;.. i\.''. ,- ' " ''"'"  flouting past the Mourner * stern lier  fnlher sfi/,d a l������ck of h"r heir nnd  held her until oilier pusse:iger������ could  pull her aboard,  Cloud Hit Eyti.  "t sny, old inati, what's go������l for  yiy ,"..i.'plaiii1'r" .-..���������kcl a -uffer.T from  ttiMiiimiii. "I ImviNi't closed my eye*  i'.ii   'iv.   ni"bis "  "t'o   in   fur   lioxinu."   r'|iln-d     hi*  Jri I.   "The tirst time I tri-M it tuy  . vi> were clfi*ml (or ������ week!"  RfvUlnR an Old Ona.  \h-i Vrltn���������When I marry I um determined thnt my I.unbuild shnll <lre*������  in wiM.il t.������4.. Mb-* fiiyenne---Hut vou  niitat niiieiiilier, my dwir Miss I'rlm.  the recipe on "h������w to ifre** a hut*  Iminl." Il begins like this: "Klrat  cakli |jiin."-Cl������vcl������������J Plain Dealer.  or, ns it seemed to his mind to *��������� he  more realistic than was necessary in-  just a common picture of a common  ox, so he made numerous inquiries  among his subjects ns to why the ox.  bemg'only a picture, daily went out.  -.to graze.  None of the people, of course, could  explain the phenomenon and the emperor finally appealed to a certain  wise Buddhist priest, who said that  tlie Japanese painter had known oi  an ancient secret and applied it tc  his art in painting the picture. It  really was nothing', explained the  learned priest, more than that the  artist had found some nacreous sub-  (' stance within the flesh of a certain  kind of oyster that could be picked  up among the rocks when the ti^de  was iow. This subs-tanee was dried'  and then ground into color material,  and pictufes painted with these colors  were invisible by day and luminous'  by night, so the secret was that during the day the figure of the ox was-  not visible, and it was therefore said  that it left the frame to go on grazing.  History relates that during the age-  of Tiberius a Roman workman who*  had been banished was allowed to return to Rome, which he did, bringing-  with him a glass cup���������a really wonderful cup, for he dashed it upon the:  pavement and it was not broken by*  the fall, although dented, but with a*  131mn!5T~h"e~easiJy-bent--it-into-shapfii_f.  again. It was brilliant, transparent,'  but not brittle. It is further stated,  that the Romans were much interested and learned that the man had obtained the cup from the Arabians,  who are wonderful chemists. In the-  books of that long ago time there is-  a glass mentioned that if supported  by its own weight would in a dny  dwindle down to a fine line and could*  be curved around the wrist like a  bracelet. *  The glnssblowers of ancient Thebes  nre known to have been far in advance, of the most proficient craftsmen of our day of "progress," some  4,000 years later. They were well acquainted with the art of staining  glass, and are known to have produced that article, in-"great profusion  nnd perfection. Rosseilini tells of n  piece of stained glass known to be  4,000 years old which displayed nr-  tistic taste of high order, both in tint  nnd design. In this specimen the  color is struck through the vitrified,  structure, and he mentions other designs struck entirely in pieces from  one-halt to three-quarters of nn inch  thick, tho color being perfectly incor-  jwrated with the structure ot the  piece and exactly the sumo on both-  sides.  The priests of Ptnli nt, Memphis  were ndepts in the glass worker's art,  und not only did they hnve manufactories for the eofnmon crystal varieties hut, thoy luul learned the vitrifying of the  different  colors   nnd   tha  'imitating of precious Mopes -to perfection, Their imitntions of the  nmothyst nnd of the various other  colored gems were so like the renl ur.  tide that even now, nfter thoy hnve  lain in the sands ol thn desert from  2,000 to 4,000 yours, it takes an expert  to tell them from the gomiine,   It it  j known also thnt thev  used .tho din-  1 inond for cutting nnd enprnviiiRglnBH,  i und in the liritish Museum there is a  j beautiful piece of Rtuined glass with  un etif/ruved etnbliiwmnicut ot the  inonnreh  Thothines  HI,,  who livwl'  j over 11,400 years ngo,  j i'rocius, who hud a fume urentor  tluin Aieliiniedt's as n rnuthemiitlclnii,  is credited with having mado a burning ^"h during the reign of Aiiustn-  (dun Dieoriis which wns of nuoh re-  tnnrkablo efficiency thnt nt n grant  (listniiee ho set tiro tb and destroyed  the i������lii[is ol tlic Mysiiin mul Thrtieiiin  licet* (lint hud blockaded Hyr.untiiim.  The Diuiitiseus hhules, those mnr*  vols of iiei'fi'Ct steel, have never b������eir  equalled, nnd thoso in use during the  crusades WW yenrn ngo nre to-day  "good ns new." In London there is  one on exhibition that can hr> put In  a scabbard almost us crooked nn n  corkscrew nnd bent every way without breaking. The point of this sword  can he ninde lo touch the hilt,  There in on exhibition In the Army  Medletjl Muneuin nt Washington, ,iv  "OeottnoTi of mleroneople writing ort"  glnsc. This writing ontuuu ot tin*  words of the l.md.. Vmyrr and op-  ctipies u red lingular spitee menHurlnir  1-204 by 1-441 of nn Inch, or an area  of I-12MIM of a nquAM inch. Thee*  lines ure about 1-B0000 of an Inch  apart    Now, to get some idea of tlm  imiiuiviivo.-. .' I!.! wrUfnf Ther.'  are in the l-ord'* Prayer 227 letters,  mid II. ns hero, thii*. number oeeupbv  the H2(Ulfi4 of an Inch there would'  be room on nn entire squure inch for  8*1,4.13,458 suoh letfru similarly  siiuci'd. The eiitiro Hible, Old nnd  New TcHtnnientu, contain* but 3.IHW,-  4M h tut.-, und tlurc would tborfforc-  h* room enough to write the enlii.  Hible eicht times over on one iqunro  inch of clu������s In the smut* imiiuier it*  th: v.ord* ol tho Uird* I'rnyer hav-  been wiitten on thin sjH'ciim'ii. Bueb  it Mi.tfineiit Maggot* tlie in.npinniio'i,  but, the llgure* are crndly verified and  are certainly conect.  Scotffih  Hem* Pule.  I  A proji...**!1 tor Home Rule lor Scotland was defeated In the [fount,- n*  Comiiionr in UJ0. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ^  External Treatment  Necessary for Eczema  Surprising results obtained from DR.  CHASE'S OINTMENT in treating  this obstinate skin trouble  Eczema may arise1 from a variety of  .causes, but once started it is a skin  disease and will continue to spread  and become more annoying until local  ���������external treatment effects a cure.  This is why Dr. Chase's Ointment  lias supplanted the old-fashioned internal treatments which were always  disappointing in results.  When this soothing, healing ointment is applied you see and feel the  ���������benefits in short order. The itching,  stinging sensations are overcome and  with the wonderful relief thus obtain-  ������d you are encouraged to continue the  treatment until gradually the sores  are healed up and the disease thor-.  oughly wiped out.  What it so annoying and discouraging as disfiguring, itching, skin diseases? In Dr. Chase's Ointment J-ou  have a cure for such ailments and  this ointment is so clean, pure and  LOUIS OF BATTENBERa  May's .Probable ^Successor   Is   Weil-  Known and  Popular  tn Canada.  Reports   from   England   state   that  ANCIENT BARDS OF ERIN.    1  In   tbe   Classical   Days   of   Ireland  Poesy Was Her Cief Glory.  In an interesting article, originally  soothing that it becomes a great pleasure to use it.   It uses makes the skin  soft, smooth and velvety and for this i  reason it is much sought by persons i  whose skin    is    susceptible    to   the ���������  j changes of weather. j  j Mrs. Link, 12 Walker street, Hali-i  jfax, N. S., states:���������-"After*three years  | of miserable torture and sleepless  nights with terrible eczema, and after  , trying over a dozen remedies without obtaining anything but slight tern,  porary relief, I have been perfectly  and entirely cured by using Dr.  Chase's Ointment. After the third or  fourth application of this grand ointment I obtained relief, arid a few  boxes were sufficient to mnke a thorough cure. It is six months since I  was freed of this wretched disease,  and as there has been no return of  the trouble I consider the cure a permanent one."  Dr. Chase's Ointment, 60 cents a  box, all dealers or Edmonson, Bates  & Co., Toronto. Write for free copy  of Dr. Chase's Recipes.  Admiral Sir W.JI. May, one of tba ! published   in   Donahue's,' the   Rev.  MATCH ES ARE CH EA P  Therefore  Everybody  Should  Use the BEST  EDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES  Are the Most Perfect Made  Noiseless   as  Their   Name Implies,  No  Sputter,   No  Smell    of  Sulphur, Are Quick and Safe.  For Sale by all Good Dealers,   also   EDDY'S    PAILS,    TUpS,  WASHBOARDS,   TOILET   PAPERS, ETC.  THE E.B. EDDY COMPANY, BULL,. CANADA.  HERE SINCE 1851 '       .  Stories of Spurgeon  Somebody asked Spurgeon, the  great English preacher, whether a  man who played a cornet could be a  Christian. "I don't know," replied,  -SpurgeonT���������'-but���������the���������man���������who~lived-  next door could hot." On another  occasion Spurgeon asked all wlio  wished to go to heaven to stand up.  A sailor kept his seat. Spurgeon  asked him if he did not wish to go to  heaven. "Not with such a crew as  this," was the reply.  A Simple and Cheap Medicine.���������  A simple, cheap and effective medicine is something to be desired.  There is no medicine so effective a  regulator of the digestive system ns  Parmeloe's Vegetable Pills. They aro  simple, they are cheap, they can be  got anywhere, and their beneficial ac.  tion will prove their recommenda-  tion. They are the medicine of tho  poor mnn and those who wish to escape doctors' bills will do well in giving them a trinl. '-.,  Young Wife���������"Oil, Edward, vou dc  believe thnt I nm nlwnys thinking of  economy, don't you?"  ��������� Young Husband���������"Mnbel, your  shilling telegram this afternoon, tell-  ing me where to go nnd save seven,  pence on a cnrnet-broom wnrns mo  that you are thinking of it too much,"  Red, Weak, Weary, Watery Eyes  Relieved by Murine Eye Remedy,  Try Murine for your Eye Troubles.  You will like Murine, It Soothes,  f)0c at Your Druggists. Write for Eyo  'Rooks Free, Murine Eyo Remedy  <3q��������� Toronto. _  Proven  Jack���������She's a true devotee of art.  Tom���������But >��������� she    don't   paint   any  more.  Jack���������That's the reason.  A man was given to boasting of his  ���������aristocratic acquaintances,- "I dined  nt the Marchioness of Rlnnk's Inst  week," lie snld in Douglas Jcrrold's  hearing, "nnd���������would you credit UP���������  there was no flub." "Easily explain,  ed," remarked .TerroUl. dryly. "No  doubt they hnd eiiten it nil upstairs,"  Tho chnnge ,of dietary which comes  with spring nnd Httiniiior lins the effect iu wenk HtoiuneliH of Hotting up  inflnminntlon, reuniting in dywntery  nnd chnlorn morbus. The abnormal  condition will continue if not nttinul-  ed to und will ciuiho nn exhaustive  drain on the system, The best avail,  able medicine Is Dr. .1. D. Kellogg's  Dysentery Cord iul, It olenrn thn  stomach nnd bowels of irritant*,  eotmfernotH the Inflntiimntion nnd re-  atom* tlio organ* to healthy net ion,  Not Catching  A ludy palled at n renl cntiita office,  to engage a More for n rummage wile.  Tlie agent In charge told her he could  not give her n positive answer, ns  there wiih sickness in the rooms over  the store, After leaving, it occurred  to her thnt the illness might ho sour-  let fever or soinelhing contnglouii.  Going bnck, alio put the question ���������. "h  it i\ contnglouH disease P"  Tho reply came quickly;   "No,   it's  LAY FOR WEEKS  AT DEATH'S DOOR  BUT    DODD'S      KIDNEY      PILLS  CURED MRS. THOMPSON'S  DROPSY.  most eminent officers of the British  navy will relinquish his post as chief  in command of the Home Fleet, and  that his successor will probably be a  sailor agreeably known to Canadians, Prince Louis of Battenberg.  He has indeed been personally known  to Canadians for more than a generation. As a young man in the seventies being then a younger scion of  an impoverished German principality  he had a project of marrying and rattling down in Toronto, Thirty years  later he came back and spent a real-  happy holiday among old friends at  Quebec, Montreal and Toronto and  incidentally touched the button at  the opening of the Canadian National  Exhibition. It is said that he has  not benefited in the least in his career in the navy through, his relationship to the royal family. Indeed  it is not too much to say that the  reverse has been the case. . Had ho  possessed another and less German  name there is no doubt that he  would have been 'First Sea Lord of  the Admiralty before to-day. Years  ago he was passed over for command  after command for which he was eminently fitted in every way owing to  the German atmosphere that surrounds his name. If he succeeds Admiral Sir W. H. May in the Home  Fleet there will no doubt he some outcry raised, says Modern Society, but  as a matter of fact the prince is thoroughly British in his sentiments and  aspirations, otherwise he would have  accepted the-throne of Bulgaria when,  it was offered to him several years  ago. He is one of the most popular  men in the royal navy to-day. Not  only is he noted for the possession of  all those kindlinesses of heart and  tender delicacies of feeling which endear him to all who serve under him,  but his natural sense of justice is so  true, and his administration is so  lenient, and tempered with ��������� so full a  consideration of all extenuating circumstances, that if the prince says a  thing has to be done- that is all the  men want to know. And it has always been so, ever, since he was a  midshipman, when his "command"  consisted of a boat's crew ashore. He  is said to have never lost a man on  these occasions. With all,' he is a  strict disciplinarian���������none more strict  ���������but not through fear, and is perhaps the^ best and most thoroughly  ���������Trp^to^d'ate~ofRcer���������in*the���������royal���������navy-  to-day, Everything new in science,  so far as it affects his profession, he  has at his finger ends. His knowledge of mechanics is that of a skilled  expert, and many of his inventions  and improvements are in daily use in  the navy at the present moment. His  modesty is as great as his ability. In  every way he is a "good" man���������that  is what the sailors call hint.  James B. Dollard described the bards  and bardic schools of his motherland  I in her olden, golden age.   The.great-;  ] est of ancient   Ireland's   schools   of'  | melody was at Tara, the historic hillj  j whose name is suggestive of the great j  I musical tournaments   enacted   there.  Tainur, the wall of melody.   What a'  field for the imagination!   Can any!  ancient or modern description as sa-h  yage or chivalrous joust give as strike!  ing a picture as do theae minstrels of. j  Ireland of tlieir fights, their successes,  their failures in their own and their \  people's chosen arena?  Greek epic or j  PRESIDENT  5U5PENDER5  Stretching your shoulders won't give relief-  get after the cause. Wear the suspenders with  the "Sliding Cords" and be really comfortable.  Light, medium and heavy weight. All dealers,  60 cents.  Look for the genuine���������  "PRESIDENT" on every buckle.  Direct Testimony j  .         r _ .- ,   "You suid you made a personal ex-!  Roman song has no such record to lamination of the premises,' interrupt-'  chronicle. fed the rural magistrate.   "What did!  While all Ireland, then, was musie*,you find?" ;  mad, while it was really governed and i "Oh, nothing of consequence," nn-'  oontrolled, marshalled and arrayed'!swered the witness; "a 'beggarly ac-  and educated by the spirit of har- count of empty boxes,' as Shakespeare  money,   poesy   flourished   anjain.   'Ai suys.",  people whose higher' ambition was to I" "Never mind what Mr. Shakespeare  excel "in concord of sweet sounds"!said," rejoined the r. m.   "He will be  English waiter���������"Which side of the  table do yeu wish to sit on, sir?"  American Guest���������"I prefer to sit on  a chair."  must have been in the highest degree  poetic. And so we read in the elo-'  quent words of "Speranza" (Lady  Wilde) how "stately kings swept by!  in their painted * chariots; yellow-  haired heroes rushed to battle shaking their spears and shouting their  war songs; while the thick gold torques rattle on arm and throat, and.  their many-colored cloaks stream in  the wind. They pass us by and are  lost to sight,   and   their  places   are  summoned  to testify for himself,  if',  he knows anything about the case."   i  Scene���������A temperance meeting. Lib- j  eral minded townsman in the chair \  and rabid temperance speaker on his j  feet. Speaker (in a very excited man- j  ner): "For every glass of strong,  drink a man shortens his life by one j  week!" <-  Chairman (at the end of the speech) i  ���������"Did" I understand you to say  that  filled with others "in a'shiffing. splen-  ,������r every glass of strong drink a man  did, confused  pageant   of   monarch* I ttt*"^e Mortens   Ins   life   by   one  . and warriors and   beautiful   women,' W(i?,,    ���������     .... .  for whose love the heroes are glad to |   ',,}**.', ��������� sai.d, the speaker.   ���������  die    and   the   kings   to   peril   their!.    W?������.   said the chairman,   I have  crowns.   And   foremost  of all   move I J������8t. ^ecn reckoning it out ond I find  the   majestic   bards,   striking  their ! ^nat \ ou&ht to���������have been dead about  golden   harps, telling of   glortes past500 ^rs a8������*  and   handing   down   the  names   of  GOOD BLOOD  GOOD HEALTH  Just a Little More Rich, Red  Blood Cures Most  Ailments  The lack of sufficient red,  health-  It started with Backache and grew  worse till the doctor said she  must die.  Holt, Ont. (Special).���������AIL the coun.  tryside here is ringing with the wonderful cure of Mrs, Samuel Thompson,  who lay at tlie point of death for  weeks, swollen with Dropsy so that  the doctor five different times decided  to tap her hut desisted because, ns  her husbnnd snid, "It might be better  to let her die in pence," After the doc-  tor hnd given her up Dodd's Kidney  Pills cured her,  Mrs. Thompson's terrible trouble  stnrtod with pain in tlie buck. She  grew worse and the doctor trentod her  for jaundice for eight weeks. Then  her feet nnd legs begun to swell, nnd  it wns realized that Dropsy was tho  trouble. For seven months site suffered. The doctor said there was no  hope; she must die. *  As n last resort Dodd's Kidney Pills  were tried. The improvement was  slow, but gradually her 'strength  ciinie lmck. To-day Mrs. Thompson is  ti well woman, She suys, nnd the  country-side knows, she owes lier life  to  Dodd's  Kidney ('ills,  If the disease is of the Kidneys, or  from the Kidneys, Dodd's Kidney  I'ills will euro it, ,  "How nre Brown nnd his suffragette  wife getting along!'"  "Not at nil, She insists on rending  the sporting iiuge before he does."���������  Detroit Free Press,  UNSIGHTLY COMPLEXIONS  The constant use of Ciitictirn Soup,  assisted hy Cuticura Ointment, for  toilet, bntlt nnd nurswy purposes, not  only preserves, purifies nnd beautifies  the skin, scalp, hair und hands, hut  prevents inllniniiiutlon, irritation nud  clogging of the pores, the common  ciitPH' of pimples, hliickdiends, redness  and roughness, yellow, oily, inotliy  nnd other unwholesome conditions of  the complexion und skin, All who  delight in a clear skin, soft white  hands, a idonn wholesome scalp nnd  live ploH������y hair, will find Ctttietira  Hoop and Ointment [frost successful  in reallxing every ex^iectution,  Edith (to Ethel, ,who hn/jiuit re.  turned from Europei���������"Oh, Ethel,  were you HPimickF"  Ktl'io|-"8onsick!, . Why, Edith, 1  went into the stnui'rrfotri'iind sot down  1       I   },-0      ,u,,l   t    11.1., M   (.���������,.-   "  How to Enjoy Ginger Ale.  Down in Ottawa Parliamentary banquets come as often as a shower in  April.   Nearly every day an item ap-  Eears in the society columns Uiat Mr.  o and So gave "a jolly dinner last  night." At most of these functions  it is customary to havo wines included on the n\enu, but not. always. Hon.  William Paterson, Minister of "Customs, was once host nt whnt he was  proud to call a "dry" banquet. Ginger ale constituted the sole lino of  refreshments, or was supposed to.  Not a few of the guests felt that they  could not do justice to the dinner  without something a trifle stronger  than ginger nlo, so they entered into  a conspiracy with the wnitors nt the  onto to havo their fnvorite brands  smuggled to the tablo with all the up-  proved methods of thoso conscience-  less trovelors who manage to evade  the customs duties which the colleo-  tors under tlie Minister of the Crown  nre paid to lovy.  Tha*.wnitors received spocinl instructions to serve Scotch and sodn to cop  tn in guests, but not to tiso anything  but Dinger alo bottles, previously tampered with, of course,  Tho plan worked to perfection, and  tho dinner wns ono of tho jolliest of  tho jolly, In faet, it has passed into  tho annuls of Parliamentary entertainment uh a.record-breaker lor merriment, but tlio climax wus readied  nt an early hour in the morning when  lion. Mr. Piiiur-iiiii, iu ri.sina ju.it i"-  fore tho timo cnuio to sing "AtiKI  Lang Syne," took occasion to remark:  "I am delighted tluirtjM have all hnd  such un enjoyable time with nothini!  stronger thnn jingor nlo, und it onlv  goes to show whnt remarkable n I-  viinees tlie temperance cause is making in this country."  down  heroes forever.  "All the ancient life of Ireland  moved to music. The Brehons intoned the laws, recitative, to the lister-  ing people; the Senachies chanted the  genealogies of the kings, while the  poets recited the "deeds of heroes or  sang to their gold harps those ex-  quisite airs that once haunted the  hills and glens of Ireland."  The study of Irish  poesy  for the          __   ������������������,  seven hundred years succeeding the giving blood doesn't" end merely in a  Norman invasion is a sad one. When'j pale complexion. It is much more  the chivalry of the Middle Ages was j serious."', Bloodless people are the  developing the romantic poetry of'.' tired, languid, run down folk who  Provence^ Iceland was. in a death? (never have a bit of enjoyment in life.  ���������struggir���������thnh-eJDraer~WlreTrrT^^  and Petrarch sung in the mellifluous .gestion,  heart palpitation,  headache,  Tuscan, Ireland was encountering the i backache, sometimes fainting fits and  best soldiers of Europe under Eliza- i always nervousness.   If   anaemia   or  beth's generals.   While Spanish min-1 bloodlessness be neglected too long a  strels   were   chanting the   glories   ot:decline is"sure to follow.' Just a lit-  Charlemagne and the Cid, the same tie more blood cures oil these trou-  unending duel   was   going on.   And bles.   Just more rich, red blood; then'  while kings and princes were every-; abounding health and    vitality   and  where else making culture the pride ! pleasure in life.   To get more blood  of their reigns, the priest, the school- the remedy   is   Dr. Williams'   Pink]  master and the bard in Ireland had Pills.   No other   medicine   increases I  a price on their heads.   The vicious the blood supply so quickly   or   so'  perfection of the penal code had done, surely.   The cure actually begins with  its work. ;the first dose, though naturally it ia  Music and song still lived, but in not noticeable. This is not a mere  a character almost entirelv new. Then claim. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have  was added that distinct'trait, which,' been doing this over and overlain  is since almost inseparable from Irwh >'������ Canada for years. This is why  song���������the wild, passionate wail of thousands of people always have a  hopeless grief or the tender melan- *00fi wor<1 to s"y nl)<>ut t,lis I,1Pfli-  choly, such as surrounds one whose cinn' Tllp following is the experience  memories ure all of the dead. i of one of the many who praise this   ... I medicine.    Mrs.    J.    J.    Thibodenu,  r...u,'������ n.������au< P������..n. ,'Rathurst Village,  N.it,  says: "Some  a 4i ������rew������ Narrow Eicape.  , ;y0(ti.H ���������g0 wh��������������� tonohin, ^hool T bo.  A thrilling tale of the sea wns told cnmn s0 mn down that I could hard-  when the crew of the trawler Ava ly walktl Mv brenth wns sll0|,t mul t  wore landed at Hull, the other day. *1IW, fnii0(1 in wnight nml lost, color,  the vessel having sprung a leak and' Ihnd to rMt Be*,rnl timos on my  {2ufeedJ.?-������!e ^ortI_ S.e'!l ?uh.e 8anlc' way, to school    and  , during   school  lours  it    took    more    llinn  nil my  REGULARITY   of thc bowels is an absolute necessity for good health. Unless th������.  waste matter from the food which  collects there is got rid of at'least  once a day, it decays and poison������  the'whole body, causing biliousness, indigestion and sick headaches. Salts nnd other harsh  purgatives irritate the delicate  lining of the bowels. Dr. Morses'  Indian Root Pills���������entirely vegetable���������regulate the bowels effectively without weakening, sickening or griping.   Use  DR. MORSE'S  INDIAN    ROOT    PILLS  MADE IN CANADA  ROYAL  YEAST  CAKES  Best Yeast  in theWorld  =Sold=aHd���������  Used  Everywhere  in littlo ovor an hour, but tho crow  were rescued hy the Hnrtlepool)  trawler, Loch -Harry. During tha  storm the wuter rose rapidly and extinguished the ongine-room fires.  Fluros wero burnt, and in thoir despair the crew burnt their beds, The  pumps could not copo with tho inrush!  of wator, and eventually thc crewi  took to their boat. Some of tho mea I covered  had to lie in tho bottom of the boat.1 health,  They rowed against a strong swell"  for hours without making any progress, and hope of rescue was being]  despaired of when tho Hartlepool!  trawler hove in sight.  "We wero ros-1  strength to fulfil my duty, My doc  tor ndvised mo to give np tenching  and take n long rest. lint at tin's time  n friend persuaded me to try Dr. Wil.  liams' Pink Pills and I got six boxes.  I hadn't finished the first box when I  felt a,little belter and hy tlie time I  hnd used thn six boxes I was fully re-  and enjoying the best of  At a later date I was troubled wiih eczoinu nud my fnith in  Pink Pills led me to try them again,  and I was not disappointed, im they  cured this trouble iil������o, I enn't  praise  Dr.  Williams'  Pink  Pills too  F. W.cm.uCo���������U4.  Toronto. Oat  Since 1847  Since IW7 tht mark of tba  world's best slim plate  bas been  1847 ROGERS BROS!'  This name on knlvts, forks,  etc., ts a guide In buying  and an astutance el worth.  t*$t In -fit, dlthu, millm,  lit., in ttimpKl  MERfDEN BRITACO.j  ' ,101.0 HY LRADINO PIAUM Z_  ''Sittur Plate that WearP  i Marriage Unneconary.  j    When a drunkard nmoiiu tho Xih-  cntipee  Indians  wus foiiim fro/en to  i death recently on thoir Cnnndiaii res-  ervntion,  the other lueinhors of thu  1 tribe-made up n jury for un inqiie-d,  iih thoy had seen thoir white neiuh.  I born do, nnd brought in thin verdict:  , "The deceased came to his death  1 from the freezing of a grout quantity !  I ol water Inside him, which, they were j  1 of tho opinion, ho had drunk ior  ! rum."  ;    Those Indians are (he most prlrni-  I tive tribe now in existence and live  m their fathers did tor untold genera-  I tlonn.   When conversing thoy either j  nllt/Ut   or   ii'O'i'i-   li   J'eiuiuoi,   .ii......,������ ,  ��������� one   which   would   lend   one  In   im-1  ngino that they are quarreling vio.  lontly, whore an they urn only di*-  cussing noon*, trivial topic in the tno������t  jHioeoful way, ���������  Marriage with them in nlmply a |  consent to live together, If the crirI i  is wjjlmjf, so mueli Hie lienor; il not ���������  provided her parent* agree ��������� she Is  dragged off forcibly to thn wigwam  of hor future husband, Doing mont  of tlio hard work, thoy noon grow hideously ugly.  Art Potts Iniant?  '"iho poet is umi whoso troubled  nature urges him towards drink, mu-  nidi-, and madia'.a." Thus Mr. W. IJ.  Yeats, the "Celtic Charles 1,/iriib," si  he ha* been termed, Mr. Wats, who  llrnt studied v 'h n view lo beromhg  un urtiHt, begnn writing nt twenty-  one. Now he is forty-flve, and during Ol" last twenty.flvft yr-tlt* low  earned the reputation of living in ������  isiry world ol hi������ own, \\������ '������������������Timnw  holds some very r*c������������li������r notion*, mil  ietU ut'cutitti tales.  cuod from the very jaws of death,", tmi(,i, f0|. ,*lf,v jmvo jom, ���������,��������� a |M)Wor  won the remark of the rescued skipj 0f t,0o,| ���������������������������  P"* j    Dr.  Williams'  Pink   Pills  nre  sold  , ���������_ ��������� liy nil medicine rloril'rs or will b'1 ion  A Brsvs Littlt Sitter. 'h'v mail nt 60 cents u box or six boxes  "You are a bravo littlo mother, and! '<������r $2,5fl hy The Dr. Williams' Medi  I   hone  smoothing   will   bu  done   (or ''lue (o., Hroekvllle, Out.  you,'  said thu coroner at Tottenham, i ��������� "���������*  England,  to thirteoii-yoar-old    l.liza*i Acceptance Aiturtd  belli Frointml at the inniiest on her     It wiih the (ii������l poem she hnd ever  sister, aged throe, who lost her life written, and when   she   slipped   it  by her clothes toklng lire,  The fathof through the .stump window there wns  and mother and live children lived inj a Uuy lilm* bow peiping out of the  two rooms,  The mother was still im envelope,  bod whon the accident occurred,   Al-'     "How much postage?" she ventured,  though In a very wenk condition she.     "Why, MU*," responded the polite  took the child *ii|> and stnrtod to rum eleik, "thi* i* first clans."  downsiitirs, but it wn* snatched from'     Hln* blushed with happy einbiirnss-  her by her eldest daughter, who uoW uieiil.  ed u*i "housekeeper" for the family,*:   "Thank you for such n kind npin-  Sho run outside with it and smother- ion," she hastened, "and, my, how I  To Use  THIS  Dye  Means  Perfect  Results  DY-O-LA  Vou don'l t������������n hivs lo know win! kind ol cloth  your fnoili ar* mul* ol. SAMP. Ity* for AU.  MKlakM irt IMI'OSNMIl.K. la.l .na llMUtilul  Colon. It unit. Hunt fall In iry II. Him|iltCanJ  ami llooklrl Vr**.  Th������ Johnmn-Rlclnrilaiw (la., UrnJlm), Montreal.  II  I VETERAN SCRIP I  FARM LOANS  We will accept a first mortgage on improved farm land and  sell ynu,A'eternii Scrip in this  way nt regular cash price.  Write to-dny for loan application  YOUR OPPORTUNITY 18 NOW  Canada Loan k Realty Co,, Ltd.  Winnipeg,  ! ' ������  ed  out the flames  with  her jacketl  herself sustaining severe burns about {  the builds.  W|������h   Villi   Were   Ull   .dibit'  Mlnnrd'i Liniment need by Phyilcisnt  Brass Band  Tht British Navvy. 'I   Fliinlgnn���������Phol would yer, do if yer,  In Kngland ������ navvy In ������ laborer lived to l������* two himdr-d years nidi'  employed in tho building of canals, i I.iiiii������an-Oi don't know yit-  railways, etc, .Brooklyn Life.  The navvy dates hack to the eight-!    (,    t ;~~        ,        ,  twiiili century,   vwien  ������uiii������*  uuimieoii      <���������>  ������������������"���������-         ������������������       '���������"���������--  ot ciui'O' -or unvlff|i1tf,n* n������ tV.ov wcr*'*'heiiltbv iu the first n\ro of a mother,  called���������wore cut all  over the coun.' 1 bey cannot  be  beiiltny  il trounieit  try.    Hence be wus dubbod a navi. . with worm*.     I'-i-r   .Mother   (.iruve*'  gntor,  or  navvy,  n  descriiition  pre-   Worm Exterminator.  served   in   the   sign   the   Navigators"' ���������~~' "~"  Thlt It tha  Time to  Organitl  fnitrumtnti, Drumt, Band Music, Ete.  EVERY TOWN CAN HAVE A BAN J  l/iw������-t prl"������a������vcr quotiHl,    Fine (.it.ilotftKi,  o������������r Wi itleitrsMnn', tnellrd tn-*.   Write n������  fornnythlnnlii MutcerMi'ticelbmiriimeati,.  WHALEY,  ROYCE 6 CO.. Limited  Toronto, Oat,, end Winnipeg, Mau,  The 1-fi������������������������    of rei'tt onnnftt l.e v.-n'to.  ed with eiild-storngi. sermon*.  Arms, of which there nre tunny in  Knpland. The "naviioiinr" i������ usually  depicted with one hnnd r"Mm������ "ii *  spade, while tbu other holds a foain-  in������ pot of ale.  '���������    When  ii   woman   leiu-  n  ili������iign  alii.,   thing   admit   a   loan   i.f   her   :  <plilllllillli'<-  Kill    11.-11,1..,.    | .,   ,-��������� ..  ..   ... .,  I with n little more added to it.  Deporting  Vi-.il-.r  (di-a|.|ioiiitedlvi.  "Hung it, I've gut my own init after    -M. A. V.  Tennyeon and Bsrnum.  Tennyson wns extremely eager il'|i������lll"'  one tinio to visit America, and touch-\ ������������������   Ing this point a story is related to.     f.ove lioipb* m I"  tho effect that  Illinium offend  him:, they can ke> |������ tin��������� w-  an enormous sum to make tho trip,. I    Uiouifh piolmbl)  nut un uttu i.i iho ������t- ,    ||  |��������� ������M|,| i',,i,i   i,���������.  tractions of the  "greatest *h������w oai.^iluic* it r.,,-tm tu  earth."   "All you have to do," ������aid  ner.  llarnum, "is to stand on a j.l-������tf������foit. ���������-    ...  and have your hand* well uliakni." (   The more v.,u < an  The poet, however, declined thu offer.���������; body ,,\������,\ mum y t  *"      '    * ���������--��������� Vial are it wioilhi'!  BotweHh Field. ���������! -_      In the battle of Bosworth   Field���������*    ,\ mnn can f'llt m������<* 'to* water nnd  snviii; when l������.- full* in love h������*'*  iille.  k-ioilbs   benniiite'  ll In,in the door.  I., ,   ..A.U-, but. iu ,  In- it Mlriit part-  ,iv the evil sonic*  ��������� doing the mirer  ���������,f it was your*.  -DODO'S '  KIDNEY  VPILLS  ��������� is      mi*;     MBIHII     ui      WIWUIIII        I   iTTIUrf i������  14M. a Vim was killed (Richard IU.) he  ���������ad ��������� king was crowned (Henry VII.). iron  W. N. U., Ne. TU THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Tie OnfflMni!  ews  iss ted   Every   Tjiesdav   hv  the  Como*   St    Gurnb-AH-lQftd  Pub ishing   Compiny.  This paper will w������l Md jfjjolf  responsible for the opinions of oth-  kio, as may appear in iu columns  Crom time to time. -  TUESDAY, JULY     5,    1U10,  FOR RENT���������PiiniislioiJ rooms.  Apply Mrs. J. L. Rin*, UuspiUl  VS treat.  Form No. 11  LAND ACT. ".  Form of Notice.  New "Westminster Lam I   District.  District of Co'hok  TAKE notice that Fumy Fran  zen occupation, married  woman,  intends to apply for perm Union to  lease the following described Und:  Commencing ut a post planted  at the North East' corner * of Lot  1615 N. W.  D.'thwiw   Ea*t 80  chain?,   thence North Ht) chains,  thence West   80   chums   theuce  South 80 chains"to point of commencement, containing 640 acres  more or less.    ,,  FANNY FKANZEN,  Applicant.  Charles Finnzi-u, Agent.  Dated May 26th, Wit).  Form No. 9.  LAND ACT.  Form of Noice.  New WeRtrolnster Laiul~DiHfict.~  Diatrict of New Werto. meter.  TAKE NOTICE thnt John W.  lUanville, of Lund, B. C occupation timekeeper, inie.idti to apply  for pnrnuHsion to purch-fe the following described landt>: -  .Commencing at a post planted  about 16 chains west of S. K. corner of T. L. 29141, theme weat 40  chninp, thenco south 40 chains,  theme east 40chains, thence north  40 chains to the point of com*  moncment.  JOHN W, GLAM'IJLE,  Name of A, -liciuit (in full).  Date June 17th, lyiO  Housewives  A FEW REASONS WHY  YOU SHOULD USE  ROYAL  STANDARD  FLOUR  It is the highest grade flour  on the iharke-t at auy price.  It costs you no more than  other flours of inferior quality. It is absolutely guaranteed by the manufacturers  It is a home industry aud  should receive your support.  Each month you have a  chance of winning a handsome Dinner set. The following are the  WINNING   NUMBERS  FOR  JUNE.  54121 91319 77796 91398  75926 87436 94638 9863a  78623 86437  _ -j^lajvufa.ct_ur������i_by^i  Vancouver Milling  & Grain Company Ltd  VANCOUVER, B.C.  MADE IN CANADA  Mr. E. Priest, of Vancouver, i8  .in town.  ft. 0. Berteaux, of Fort Kiuam,  is in town.  There will be a matinee given  in the Electric Theatre. 011 next  Tuesday, July the TwelllU. A  good programme is promised and  the films will be entirely different trom those previously shown.  Come everybody ami ''njoy an  hour at the moving pictures.  Don't forget the place, the Electric Theatre, City Hall.  - *'     w* '   I l   ' I k ..I     I  Sand ui your nam* and  address, and wo wiil mail  to you absolutely Uet, the  most complete catalog of  sportsmen's supplies ever  published  on   the  Pacffle  Trinlt  FRASER HARDWARE GO,  VANCOUVER, B.C.  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  IN THE MATTER of an appllct.  tion (or a Duplicate Certificate  of Title tt part of Section One,  Comox Diatrict.  NOTICE Ii hereby given that it  ii my intention at tlm expiration  of on* month from the date of thc  Mr-it publication hereol to iuuti a  Duplieato Certificate of TH<������  tc  above land iwttfd to John IWtptUtc  (Jiddinui on tho 30ih day of July  18D0 and number*! 227/i������,  J. P. MoLEOI),  Deputy lUgirtr������r General.  Land Regiitry Offlw. VictorU, BC,  The 13th day of June 1910.  Mr. M. Campbell has obtained  n jvivltlnii from Mr R D������Hr������. of  t'.ie Wnvftly HoM. If yovt n\e  feeling thirsty, call on "Mickey''  as he is a professioual dupemtr  of liquid*, will  treat you right  The Musical Uric hard**. Swiss  H*iud llfll Ringers, paid their  ��������� cond vi-Jt to Cumberland, nr*>  riving on Smirda\ night They  " ist: wit ettttr'aiuttteiit 011  Mon*.  ���������'������v evening in the Cuitibrilnndj  Kuil. and wt-te gvi-t*u-il i>\ a,  l*tmt,r\ sizrd aiidi-nre which ap |  preetaM the periorinaucv* very j  nnc'i.  ii,:.  V  *t\  t  ���������ft  UIVE 18 A  1111.11.  NEW YORK  CLIPPER  (3 THE anCATCOT  THEATRICAL * SHOW PAPER  IN THI WORLD.  iKOOtoYw.   SlBEtiCiw.lOCfc.  l������������������.rt.ii ���������AKigj.r.  1 -^AfflPte iX-r*v p*������������  lUkUtl tUtlUK  . _ I'I HI.WIIJ-I   .  msmimm        ****utaat.an*r,mt  I.  Garden, Field  and Flower  Seeds  New orop now arriving from our grower* in Bngland,Prance  Holland, Canada and thd United States. AH tested as to vital'  ity and purity oh arrival The best is good enough ior our customers. Catalogue free. Business will U continued at our old  stand until May. After tbat in new location, which will be announced later,       Add rets  M. J. HENRY, 3010 Wesminster Rd, Vancouver  for the  NEW  ONLY  a Year  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  Tbe grout Uterine Toaie, tuid  only sate effectual Monthly  I Regulator on which women can  depend. Sold in three d-~~"-"  ot strength-No. 1, ������;  10 degrees stronger.  Q.H TARBELL  ltjaegre������s������r������DWft������s; mpte,  for Bpootal.cfaee, SS per bo*.  Ibid ty Ml drugeuta, pi w_*  m    s.1!     DMpaid on receipt of pctoft.  /     Mi^ Tree]pamphlet. AddwsjrTBj  0fla>lbtMMl0e������T0MNT0ntMT. tftniwivirtottg  Wool's PiospiodiM,  The Great Begliah Remedy,  Tonee aud inTigowwethe wholo  nervou* natoin, mukee .new  'liloodin old Veins. VuresNirv-  cut ZkbtHtu. Mental and Jireim Worrv,/k*.  potmMmem, Sexual IVtakntai. XtnUAons, Seer-  materrhaa,andEiVceltefAbuttor Ktcssses.  Prico tl per box, *lx for SS. One wil pleaso. t.x           ���������or mailed ln    ,.rcw pati.rnlct  MtdlelnaCo.  T^ronta^Onii  S.S,"LITHIA"  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars apply to���������-  J, B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G. LL WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox,B. C.  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And aU KITCHEN    UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  OP KVERY KIND, in any  quantity, by the paokage or  by the pound.  Ornamental Shrubs  fruit Trees  Grown to suit the B. C,  climate.  Catalogue  Free by Mail  _ _r_^ .  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Ltd.  786 Granville Srreet  F. 0.  Sox 1063  VANCOUVER,  B.O.  LAND AOT.  Form of Notioe.  Rupert, Vanoouver Inland Lind DUtriC,  UiHtriut otRupoit, eait rt small lake  'ub ut # "f 11 mile north of Georgia I.ul'e,  TAKK NOriOK that I, Matilda loui*o  Oropley,if Vancouver,ooou|>atlonmarried  woman, iutetirtit to apply for \t rminalon to  purol nit* Mliwiiiff deiorllird lauds;  tlommenoinw at a poat plauted three  m le* notih ot SAV, corner of township 8)  lliouM cant 40 olinium th������noe aontli 40  ohalni, orcmlni{ irnall riven thenoo wist  40 clmlm; thenoe uorth 40 chains to point  of ooiniiioiicoraunt, being about 100 norea.  ALFRED K, OHOfLKY, Rmier,  Vanoouver.  Applicant for that land on ths entern  shores otOeorgie UVe, Uupeit Dl.trlot  Uaud June 1st, 1010,  * Under New  Management.  First-Class   Board by  the day, week or month.  Reasonable Rates  The Bar has been new  ly replenished with the  with the choicest of wines  liquors and cigarsi  James   Walters,  Proprietor  CUMBERLAND, B.  o  J  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  1  Dealer in  ALL KINDS OF  :: Fruit, Candy Cigars |  : [Cigarettes 4 Tobacco.) J  Bonora Mlock,  CUMBERLAND, B.O...  Konn No. 0,  LAND AOT.  Fi.roi of Jfiitloe,  Vspo <ttver Island Liuui DUtrlot.  (Jiitrictof Kuper, oa thoemtera tb rex  ot a������ori(ti Lake.  TAKK NOTICK that I, Mat Ida Lmtlie  Cropl������������y,if Vanoonvor, leaupatinn m*r>  ritU w.imibu, InteailN to apply for permit'.  *>iia lojiuwhuw the folMvliijr JeoribeJ  laud.CommenelBuat a jmat plsotcil wis  milii nurth uf tbe 8.W. omnsr of toweihlp  81 thenoe akit 40 ohalnm ihsnno mirth 40  ohtinai tbsaoe wast aa far a������ tbe waters'  ���������tigs of saiil lake; Ihence fol!<iwli,g the  s or* and lake in a sont������i.w*st direction  10 paint ilue uortb of peint of ootntoatioe.  meot*, theme south te point of oommsnoe  meut, vontiiniag about ll������ aorta.  WtNIKltKO ALMA CROPI.EY.  spinster, Vanoouver,  Applicaal tor that laud tuat of bmnU imiv,  hltou, U*4 ot * mile north ot thorgtt tiiki,  Hated Jaie Ui, 1010.  Not only is it a nice mild  smoke, but the "Grand Duke''  Cigar hns all those necessary  qualities which give so much  satisfaction to the smoker.  AdvertUors will confer a favor  liy bringing in Mioir nds. not later  than Monday, as this will omiblo  the printers, to innurt it in the  next iubuu on tlio following Tuesday.  Satisfaction ��������� Buy a "Grand  Duke" nml hnvo uiuiifaction. Union made, hand mudo.' ana mado  from clear Havana Killur,  Form No, 0.  i*ANCl ACT.  ��������� ' *%  Form or Norict.  Coait Uod District.  Dint riot of Ne������ W*.tmia_ter.  TiKK Nimcf liiat Ma Tbulln, of Inrnl,  )'.''., icuupttum marret) wewaa, i.itt-adi  im pit ter uatmi-al*n to puroliiuw Hit  f 11 w ip ilf������������i!rSh������*il Inndas-Uomm������'elti|  11 pun  p miiiiit at 1|������ m������1 enrnrt -4 If  It. M., KM, thttioe wiuth HOokni a th.ni*  f������������t H' trli in*, ������1k������i������< notl* Hi eltnias,  ?',i������* c# me t vi Aim a in itr pt*������e<< nl iiw  .mne- '    H>4 TIIL'M.V'.  i:i,������,i:i, DKK.JM'.tb, Airnul  ti.i.ii m ui. n .1 101a  FOIl SALE-A Ford Run-  about Autoinobilo, 15-18 Iloraw���������  jiowor 4 cylinder, all Nwwly paint-  ed, new tywi'i*, and ovorythlng com.  }ilute<l:*privo $700.00. Apply to  J, lt. John.ton, Comttmny Jlotnl.  ���������  FOR BALE���������A llvo rooiimd  lioiiHu on half lot. For furthur jmr���������  thmlnri apply at thii otHw.  FOU 6ALK���������2 liounon on Win-  dormoro A von 110 and 2 hoiiM.'ii vi\  Third 8trwt.   R, Grant iV Ou.  FOR  SALE-Smith   lYomier  Typewritei in  g������od ordor.   Coat  126.09 will soil fur (50.00. Ap.  ply at tliis office,  11   11 1     <Mfca���������*tkm+mm*^m*^m*  Form No. 0,  LAMi Alt.  Fuiim ur NuricK,  Cua4 Urti Mattlm*.  Diatriot of New Wmtmlnster  Tax* Xoiick  thai Mary Timlin, nt  Load, BC, <<wn|iavinii mattitNli mvmeu,  lotendst'i apply for permMoa to par-  ubate the following de>eritml land*:���������  O. nftnttioisf at a yant planted h������lf milo  east < f the North Ka>t ������oin*r i-t elaim ep-  pli������l for by Ida Timlin, tbenee N nth 10  cbatue theuc-, Kiwt HU '.'hiln������ tltenm Hortn  W ������b><i,i������ tbt. ee West IO s.iaiiM to plaeo  ��������� f hugiimmg.  WAKV THUUN, Ap^liwif.t.  Kiwird IWitflnnd, AfW-t.  rifit.il March ������ * ma.  HI'imCKIRK ������OH TIIK NK\V>  iONLY 0.\*E iX)LLAB A Y**  '  Toronto, July 2.���������Her, Dr.  Alcxwdcr Stfherlund, mMonary  werrtafyoftlHi MttbodUt choreh  of Canada, ilrd Thuriday after-  noon, agfd 77* THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ]  THE  ^  WS  -   For $1.00 a Year  The Oliver Type-  I-writer for 17 Cents  a day!  Pleawread the headline over again. Then  ita tramendoui significance will ddwuupon  ���������you.     ;��������� ���������***...   ���������  An   Oliver Typewriter���������the   standard  v.sible writer-the most highly perfeoted  typewriter on the market-yours for 17 cents  aday I  The typewriter whose oonqaest of the  commercial world is a cutter of bu sinew  hiatory-ypure for 17 cents a dny!  Tbe typewriter that is equipped with  Boom of suoh oouvenieucea as "The Balance  3hift"-"The Ruling Devicb"-Th������ Double  Raiea_������"-"The Looooiofiyo Ba8e"-"The  [Autoraatic Spacer"-The Automata Tabu-  awr"��������� "The Dwappearing Indicator"- "The  Adjustable Paper Fio  gers"-"The Scientific  Condeneed Keyboard"���������all.  Yours Por 17  Cents a Day I  Wh announced this  new sales plan recently, ju.t to foelthe  pulse of the people. Simpiy a small cash  payment-tbeu 17 cents a day. That i  the plan iap notskell.  The ro.u't has been such a  deluge of  applications for machines that we are simply astounded.  The demand comet from   people of all  classes, all ages, all occupations.  The majority of'ii'.qu>ries has coma from  people of knowing financial standing who  were attracted by the novelty of tho prop  ���������mitioa.   An impressive demonstration of  lhejmuienst������,populwity.of,the.6!iv9rJyp(4  writer.      *���������   *  ���������jy stirtliog confirmation of our belief thnt  [iheKra of Uiiiversal Typewriting ia at  iHUd.;  A Quarter of a Million People are Making MONEY witli  BEER    BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UNION BREWERY BEER  Drink  U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, Bi C  Go to  New, shop soiled, six  H P. Rover, single cyl  iuder,   two   passenger  01  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FJKST-OLASS  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS* TOBACCOS  HERCULES Stump Pullers  I FAIRFIELD  ������  n STORE ~l  J. JACK,  Prop. t  Equipped with two side lamps,  tail lamp and tools,  regular  price ������950.    Price,, if taken  at once, $500  Also several other second-hand  cars at bargain prices,  Thos. PLIMLE Y  ino Gov,t Street, Victoria, B.C.  J3P������" Opposite Spencers  is indispensable in the  camp, and for all  impromptu weals.  AdtlaliitleBOVRlL  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  tn  IF yOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO THE  NEWS. FIRST-CLASS WORK  4}  9  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits and Tobacco  Vancouver Ice Cream.  ^ Dunsmuir Ave.   Cumberland *  9 (b  Walworth=Rolston Co.  W  1020 Westminster Ave.,     . Vancouver,. B* C.  ^..{.���������t..H"H"W<4*>^lt>S������Ht4~HwK-4'  e \A        '  :: Cumberland Livery  land Feed Stable...  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  Typewriter  TMB STANDARD V18IBLB WHITER  The Olivor Typewriter in n money m nkor  ig'it from tho word "tft>I',' So easy to run  ^iitljoK'miiorH.BOo-* got in *lio "expert'  \m. Kara in y.m lunm. Lot the ma-  tino piy tho 17 oouta a day-uud nli ubovo  lint 'B yours.  "Wherever you me, there'* work to bo  hi. unJ raoutiy to be niwlj by uaelug lie  ,ivor, The btuiiieRi world ii edling for  iv r opHrntori. Ther* tra uot enough to  pply the demand. Tlieir a datita nt* eon-  lor������lily ibove tboie of many etaM et  irkor*.  in Oliver Typewri-  er in every home!'  'flint in our buttle 07 today.   Wa have  Uio tll������0 iviT SUpMUU IU UHflfullU-HH Rlllt  (Olutoly indUpeniiablo in Im-toea*. N ������w  mei thu nonquota of tbe home,  ho ������(ni|ilioity end strength of the Oliver  it for family who. It i������ becoming nu  yotfiA 'aouir iu tho home trailing of  ing people. Au wlui������tor at well ������������ 11  ���������i,ey maker.  tinw veiling pUu pu'������   the   01VO'  [<ii,o tliroehold of i'vory limn* in Amu'-  Will ynu olose the dixir  td  vour  ���������e or ofltoeon thinrenurkubeOliver  ortuoity.  ('iit������ tt further detalle of our amy  jr ������ml n free o������py uf the uew Olivor  fuiii.     Addrew  The Oliver Type-  riter Company.  fhe Oliver Typewriter Building,  Chicmto, tile, U.S.A.  Form Ko, t).  UNI) AIT.  1       FORM OY NOTIOK.  <Jo������������t Und Diatrlot,  T������A, ;A .i?S'...i' v:.,'..d*>\>.  KK NOTICK thai Olo* Holt, A  I, H.Om noenpnthm runoher, in'eod*  ply f r pennia ion t-i p*mli ae ������!.���������������  "rtmr d������������oHlied I ������da:-"(Vmme *i'lnii  W������*t|il������������tiHl ��������������� xbeuorllien t.itimt  id applied f>r l������y He Timlin, thorn*  'itJOciHiiia, iImmo* eaat. 9) olio n,  e������owthfW ehal ������. ttn**w w*������t m  a to tlm I'll** ������f bvlunint;.  OU V HOMT.  KdWAKli K������M.tt -"O, AK'inl  ������#d Miireh sin*, mt),  ..  frfkST :' CUSS  RIGS : OF : ALL,  KINDS   wood  and Coal  Hauled  T Duusniuir Avenue  CUMBERLAND,  II. 0.  FOR SALE A thoroughbred  Jersey bull for sale. Apply to D,  Roy.  NOTICE  You can now.obi"  land Nkws for lor $1.00 a year.  Lef us send it to you. Payable ii.  advance.  Old papers for sale at tlio New;  Oflice.  Lever Prolhcrs, Toronto, will send yo:  free a cake of their famous Plan to  toilet soap, if you mention this papei  E. 0. Emde Pipe fitting am  Gonoral repairing,  Oiin  Lvery Monday and Tuesday  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Uutter and all kinds cfVegetables  uid     also      "potatoes; will  *oll cheap.  ChiuYeuk,  Sandwick.  Alwayti tliu sumo,. ami just as  ,'ood ne, ever. The ���������'Grand Duke"  vign r, ,  Singer Sewing Machines for  sale on easy terms at the NEWS  OFFICE.  K. C. Emde, dealer in stoves  and ranges; also plumbing and  pipe fitting and general repairing. Local Ageut for the Oliver  Typewriter.  KOTICE.  Riding oa locomotives and   rail  way. cars..,of. the  Union  Colliery  Company by any person   or, "person's���������except lain crew���������i_ strictly  proh?lit������d.    Employees  p,re sub-  iec to dismissal for allowing saih-  By order  Francis D. Litti t  '���������:*'' . Mfiia^ei  UNION S. S. GO., of B.C. Ltd  Week-end service' between Vancouver,  Naneimo, Uniou, Comox, by  the  Bteel (ilydo.bui.lt twin BCrew  gteamer "COVVICHAK"  Sailing as under���������  Loaves Vancouver, Saturday 8 p n  Arrives Nanaimo.  Saturday 12 p m  Arrives, Union,- Nuuday 6'a ������  Arrives Coniox,   Sunday 8 a m  Roturoinp:���������  Leaves Comox. Sunday 4pm  Leayos Uii'o.. Sunday 5pm  Arrives Nsiihimo, (Sunday 11pm  Arrives Vaocouver Monday 7 a m  Stage leaves'Union for Cumberland uv-  ery Sunday morninj; on nrrival of '-COWICHAN;" and leaves Ounibeilai'd Hotel  at I pra,   connecting vTithiteamer  Uaion.  An Ad in the  pays.    Try it.  N  EWS  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.  Having built a largo warehouse and mil  nt Coumnuy, 1 will in future keep oo  band a slock of all kinds of Hay, Grain,  Hud Feed at 'o������eHt markei rates. A  spi-cialty will lm made of roller orUHhed  ieod fur hors' n whioh will mu o a atviiifj'  of one third ii> the oo4 of fi ed.     Ordem  Riven the toanibter pr by phoue will  bo  \h,,Ark l.Miti,.,  ,  ,,,,, ,;     ,~-    , ,-    ��������� .��������� v,,,,m���������������������������**.*��������� .tiOw-ms* '.uihiii ,  pronip ly lillw- *'Thnolnni; you for jour  ptttr iiiimo in the p*tst aud Hnlioiiin^ a con  liuiiHuuoof ilif eaue oo  broad tr ltn������i,I  beg to reiutiu  Yonrn looommiiud,  BYRON CJUWFOHD.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting*  removing or taking any blocks',  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  Jelohging to tlio Wellington Co!-  n'ery Co'y., orfroni���������or off tlie land  0^he^friTi"(fOTTr|raTiy74w1inre pros--  edited to thn fni 1 extent of the law.  >.   D. Little.  S'u[������feriiitend*������iit  Wellingtou Colliery Co,y,  For Sale.  The following M'jsio Coiir^en will  ho sold at i O'l, i'ii ice :������������������  Twp copiof of C'/urtiyV Exoicincf-',  i'ii'ln*  (Lit  One cojiy Un  ('orn������i Onursp.  Threo oopfei< Carl KiebeiVB tint,  Clario ol, 0'iurse.  YOU SAWS-AT TUB OKFTi'JIfl  OPTHK CUMliKKLANI) NEWS  The Courtenay Hotel  Every couvi*nlpn������,# forirwti.  TheOtntial Hot* I for Rportemon  Son* hui thr Best of Wine*and f/qitor*.  ������ihe Itir.  RATW        KKASUN^BU  'fWtWrstf FOR THF. WW*  |.V ONK DOLLAR A YEA It.  John Johnston.   Prop  'lALEn BNDKH8 luldri'SBod to tin  iiii<J'.'i'Sigtien. nnd endorsod "Tm.-  der for Steel Drod������o fur Hrit'sh Colum-  bit," will be received at thin olliee Uutii  4M V. M��������� on WedneiuUy, Jiily 20,h.  1 10, for tliHOoustruutiiiii of a Ntecl Ito--  Woll Twin Horew Unrgo Loading Died������c  Pino*, iipeoiCiiatioii ������n<l f rin of dm-  tmut on.i lm mifn nud foruia of tond> r obtained nt tilth Dopaitiiiint, at tlie i>fl]oot  of J. L Miolimi'l, &q., DUtiiot Kogin oi,  M robunlH lUuU liuililliiif, St, Jitinc  8tr������������t, Moutnnl 1 J 0. Mii'K, Ksq , UU-  riot Kn^iuefr, Umifidfcrntion hitn Huiid-  iiik, TohiiiIo. Out,, and (������. A, Koeier,  V,H(\���������   Uistiiut Knglmer, N������w WtaimluH  ter, It. 0.  PoPiiiiN foiul-'rintr nio imt'liod that tun  dura wi I not be i->.iiHl'!ural uul.ix mndi-  uniha p Intel fo iih Hupplied,and i-itf-ml  with  tlieir nuliiil   nuiia iir-H,    n nlin  tlllllr 00' llpitMHH ������lld plHOOH lit It'H ilouoo  In tlm 0 mm <f II m , the no 11.1l Nitfii ituir.  the .turn if |h<< 1 u-'iip ti in innl pU>-������ id  I'ihIiUooii of each iih liihut of Hit firm run '  Im .iviii.  'I K.NHKIIhl,H Mil di' M'W-'ll V 'I'IMI! 01' nci.iv-  KI1V 01' lillKINIK IT VAMIiUI'KH, II. C, I'llKK  III'.M.I. IIIHKH A MM IU III I KM,  Kiuli luinlir uuut be ������i00ii)|iiiiilt>d bj  an avi'ojitMl uliwpmo'i a uiiaitntvl I Huh.  piiyjiilu lofbiiuidirif tli< Uiiiiiuriiblo  the Miule ������r of I'ubliu W������r 11, f r iwiity  IIvh !��������� iiunind iMIarn (iJ'ifl.fllW.OO), uldeh  will U������ li'ifeited if the p������>oii t udonni.  (iHi.'iiiic tn untei' lino a uontruue when  cdled  Dpi ii I* no ao, vr fail to  o<m.pl-1*'  ,���������, .i.v'iH'aiii|ui.   ll Uie  iviMi������i |  i.i* uni ..ivi,'!..1 llif iJ-.^'ji' ��������������� ���������)) ),*��������� i,.iiiii.  oil.   I'm* Dipi'rtinun'dt'>'<) not hin<l IImoIi  to in*i pt tin* li.wi tl ������r ai y tender.  Ily i'i(|ir,  NaTOLKoV 'J'KHSlKIt,  ,"n i i...i,i  Ptpiirtroent of I'lib io \V> n e,  Otiitin. Miu 111, MMO  N������,w������P'*|i������r������ wl I ii.ii l������������ pin) for thU  <ilveit������t* i ent if lu'j imert it w ������*i������ut   u  .lini'y fmii th������* pHp.ilniH.t,  TKNDfclW  Tlv.N'hKU.^ willl bo nti'lvdl up  nji Ut for flu  jiiiuliiit.' i������f tin*('.A* V    H������Mpitnl  I'or  funii'i'  jiitrlmiliar- apply l<  i". |������fil������>y. Nwtnrv.  Till* |nHi'������J i'i*   liliV    tl ll'b'l-,   llul  m*e������*.v������iiiU ������et*-'p!f������l.  ������  ESSE  V.  orfiora,  Manufacturer of..  Mineral   Waters  ���������  ���������  Wholsale Dealer  ��������� ' iii"*"1   Wines,  Liquor  and  Beer  .,������������*  ���������f  P. O Box li6  rhune 2f������. . . I  I  TEGE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  IN PAIN FOR YEARS  "FRUIT-A-TIVES" BRJN8S RELIEF  HAMAR GREENWOOD'S SCOOP.  How   British   M.P.   Made   a   Bit   of  Money on the Side.  * Regarding stories of great news-  1 paper beats, which have recently ap-  j peured in the Canadian papers, another Canadian, who is entitled to  ! rank in the honor-roll, is a former  Toronto man, Hamar Greenwood,   of  A SALT ENCRUSTED MORASS.  Oesert  of  Which  Arabs  of Southern  Tunis Stand  In Terror.  The roost dreaded spot in Tunis is  ������ si'.lt marsh desert   known   as   the  SORE FEET AND CHAFED  PLACES.  That Revolver  Mark Twain in Roughing It, tells  the following story of a revolver.   "It    'appeared to me," he writes,"to be a  Zam-Buk"    is    bost    for    cbafed ('dangerous weapon.   It had only ono  , places , sore feot, or jnflamed patches, fault���������you could    not   hit   anything  with it.   One 'of our conductors practised a while at a cow with it, and  MR8. FRANK EATON  Frankville, Ont., Sepu 27,1909.  "I suffered for years from headaches  and pain in the back, and I consulted  doctors and took every remedy obtainable without any relief. Then I began  taking "Fruit-a-tives", tbe famous fruit  juice tablets, and this was the only  medicine that ever did uie any real good.  1 took several boxes altogether, and  now 1 am entirely well of all my dreadful headaches and backaches".  (Signed) MRS. FRANK EATON.  5oca box, 6 for $1.50 or trial box, 25c.  At dealers or from Fruit-a-tives Limited,  Ottawa.  , ., , . , .. L. . , . 1 caused bv friction. For babies'sensi-  phott J end. Arabs hold this place in jtive skins it is especially adapted,  horror as many a caravan, straying |bpcnuse it is 0f pure herbal composi-  uwuy from the trail has gone down tion DQn't apply to the delicate  to a terrible fate m the salt mcrusted lskia of vour chii(iren_ either for cuts  whose reverse at the polls in York 1'"w���������*f *hi.cl* >������ J?!accs���������is ���������.id ,to b? I sores or skin    diseases,    the    crude  -.������������������'.-. '1,300 feet deep.   Recently this desert , saIves lnnde Hp hom rmcid animnI  during the lato British elections many  Canadians learned with sincere regret. In his early campaigning tours  in Kngland, he had done considerable  journalistic work. Three or four  years ago he was ono of a party of  English M.P.'s who, under the direction of Sir Alfred Jones, visited Jamaica to study conditions on the island. During their sojourn a large  portion of Kingston, the capital city,  was destroyed by an earthquake, Mr. .  Greenwood had left his hotel for a J ������e8,ns  , , ,       , 1 aam.o    ������u������J6     UP  has been crossed by a woman-a oils or {(ltS) wit*��������� minerai coloring and  !��������� ronch woman, needless to state- SCPnted matter to hide their unpleas-  My nam Harry by name, who made !ant apppnrnnce and odor! Remember  the ghastly journey m a small auto- nh%t whatever gets into the pores, gets  m2,i e-. ���������    ��������� ,���������   -.   j into the blood."   Stick to nature, and  Ihe  following account of  the feat ��������� pure naturai products.     Zam-Buk is  appeared in a French publication:      'nature's own healer, a  as long as she stood still and behaved  herself she was safe; but as soon as  she went to move about, and he got  shooting at other things, she came to  grief."  Holloway's Corn Cure takes the  corn out by the roots. Try it and  prove it. *  Accompanied by  a native   and   a  camel   carrying   water   and    petrol,  Mine. Harry set out from Gabes, 90  miles west of which the salt desert  As far as eye can see it is a  Good Advice  "And now, son," said the old rabbit, "here's a bit of advice. Always  keep on the good side of a dog."  "But, pop, queried the youngster,  who was about to go forth into the  big world, "which is the good side of  a dog."  "The outside, son," answered the  0. r., as he bit off another hunk of  cabbage.  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house.  Minister���������So you are going to school  now, are you, Bobby?  Bobby (aged six)���������Yes, sir.  Minister���������Spell kitten for me.  Bobby���������Oil, I'm further advanced  than that. Try ine on cat.���������Chicago  News.  HOW'S THIS?  We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-  "waTd~foT*-aTiy'-ease-'of'6atarrh-thati-can-  not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.  F. J.: CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.  We, the undersigned,  have  known  F. J. Cheney for the last, 15 years, and  believe him perfectly honorable in all  ���������business transactions and financially  aide  to  carry -out    any    obligations  made by his firm,  WALDING, KINNAN k MARVIN,  Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern  short walk from which he was returning, when the cataclysm occurred  and the building was shattered. So  destructive was the shock that many  lives were lost and property damaged  to the extent of millions of dollars.  It did not take Hamar Greenwood  long to size up the news value of the  terrible catastrophe, but the perplex-  ing problem was bow to forward a  despatch. Every telegraph and cable  lino connecting Jamaica with the outside world had been sundered by the  'quake. Resource and tact must be  resorted to. He had covered important assienments for The Landon Daily  Mail and, if he could only get the  news through exclusively to that paper, it would mean many shillings  and pence to him. Correspondents of  all the leading American and European dailies were on the island, but  to scoop them was the all-important  question, especially as communication of all kinds had been cut off.  Greenwood, however, kept a cool head  and knew how vo be diplomatic. In  the harbor was a U, S. warship arid  near by a swift cutter. The M.P. for  York hastily pencilled a three hundred word report of the disaster, and  going aboard tlie man-of-war he addressed the commander in officii!  tones, declaring that ho was a repre  j dead white plain of saltpetre and  magnesium crystals, without a vestige  of vegetation.  The silence is appalling. No birds,  no stages, not ,,even a fly or a mosquito is to be seen. There is a nar-  row pathway through the marsh, and  natives have rammed in wooden posts  here and there as warnings against  specially dangerous places. These  stick out of the glittering surface like  masts of sunken wrecks.  The salt mud is a moving mass  which continuously throws,up to the  surface what it has swallowed up.  Skeletons of men and beasts of bur-  don, bleached as white as snow by  the action of the salts, lie strewn  about  and is, therefore  not only superior in purity, but also  in strength. Cures where other  things fail. Use it, also, for piles,  festering sores, varicose ulcers, cuts,  burns, and every-day injuries. Every  home needs it!  An Improvement  The boneless codfish is 0. K.,  And boneless ham's not bnd;  But what we'd like to see today  Would be a boneless shad!  Jones "dined out" with an old acquaintance the other evening.  "Don't wait up for me, dear," he  said to his wife. "I may he rather  late, but it can't be helped." -���������'  At breakfast the "next, morning he  was stonily silent; so was. the breakfast-room clock.  "Marin, dear, there must be something wrong with that clock, I am  sure I wound it up last night," he  vptitured at last.  "No," answered lus wife. "You  4wound up Freddy's musicnl-box instead, and it ..played 'Home Sweet  Home.' till three iii the morning. The  ,,���������..    ���������,.,,   . .���������u ���������������������������*j���������i-,, ,���������u,-���������k i hall clock also has stopped, but I see  The glittering salt particles which |t,,ftt you hnyp ,eft y<iur corkscrew in  soon covered us," Mme. Harry writes, 1  "gave us the impression that we were,  traveling in polar lands, although a  wind that blew from the south scorch,  ed us like the breath from a fiery fur-  mice. Many mirages were observed.  These, the. Arabs say, are created by  evil spirits to lure travelers to their  doom.       ��������� "���������  "We had covered 80 miles jvithout  mishap when a second's inattention  caused the car to swerve and the  wheels sank through the treacherous  salt crust.    Fortunately we had been  the barometer."  Minard's Liniment lumberman's friend  "Great heavens!" cried the drug  clerk. I  : "What's w'rong," asked   the   drug-j  gist.  "I gave that boy hair tonic instead  of cough syrup."  "Never mind. We, make a profit of  !>0 per cent, on each."���������Chicago  Record Herald.  INVIGORATING TONIC  FOR RUN-DOWN PEOPLE  Your blood Kai become thin and weak.  The drain upon your lystem the pait ftw  "monthi hai been very great. You arecon-  ���������equenily feeling "aU out of sorts" and  "run down." Your appetite ia bad and  you hardly have enough energy left to do  your daily dutiei. You should take  PSYCHINE. thegraateitof Tonic*, without delay. Thu will put you on your (eat  at once.  Gentlemen .---"I have wed PSYCHINE  and i do think it ii tha gteatatt tonic and  ���������yttern builder known. 1 would adviia all  who are run-down orphyiically waak to  uie PSYCHINE." Youi. truly, Mra. Jas.  Berirand, Wert Toronto.  [ If ,������������������ ara wtsk rSYCHINK wil ask* *** *r*H-  F*r S������U br aU Draiibti A Dnkn. Mc A tl  prksttk.  Dr. T. A. SLOCUM  UNITED,  TORONTO  life1  PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN*]  Away With Depress'on and Melan-  choly.���������These two ..evils nre the accompaniment, of a disordered stomach  and torpid'liver'and mean wretchedness to all whom they visit. . The  surest and speediest Wny to combat  t^em i������ with  Panwdee's    Vegetable  Pills which will restore the healthful  notion of the. stomach and brine relief.  They hnve proved their usefulness in  thousands of eases and will continue  nentitive of the Imperial Government I seen,  ami  tteau'w'ua lifted"outr of i to give reli������f to the suffering who are  sentative ot tne imperial uovernmtiu . ���������-_,���������!,���������  thisrh   bones   serv- ' wise enough to use them.  and must get an important despatch ! tlie  nm(J������  camels   uugn   nones  serv  , e   through  to  Mr.  .Winston   Churchill. j.ing as levers, by some friendly na  who   was    then    Under-Secretary   of  nllv   nctin.' directly upon the blood   P������raFies-    -*lr*  Greenwood,  who  wn  ant S surfaces "of  the'.ystem!   "* ������" ���������f������i" "fwfSi^J?' ' ^  State.  "Have this conveyed to the nearest  -cahlft_statipn at_once," requestedjjie  smart, stalwart, and soldierly appear"  ing British visitor. The officer offered no serious objection, and soon the  despatch was beins conveyed to Cuba,  the nearest cable station, by the  speedy cutter. Here, the message was  sent to the Home Office, and, by private instruction, found its way to  The London Daily Mail, which thus  secured thc first story of the calamity  ���������hours ahead of any of its content-  Mr.  Greenwood,  who  wns  I tives who conducted us to the village  of Kriz."  ���������Testimonials sent free.   Price 75 cents  per bottle.   Sold by all Druggists.  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  An  Irishman,   more  patriotic  than  clever, enlisted in a dragoon regiment  with the intention of becoming a gal-1  lant soldier.    The  fencing instructor j  had experienced rather n difficult job  in the matter of explaining to him the |  various ways of using thc sword,  "Now," he said, "how would you  use the sword if your opponent  feinted  Amelia  Knew  Her  Business.  "~ATirelil~was--all-l"sweet-rniee-and-ner-������  vous, and she said to her sweetheart,,;  "You have been so old a friend I  want to tell you something. I am,"  and she blushed, "I am going to be  married!"  "Wait!" he cried hoarsely. "Before  you go further hear me. I must say  .:, though I have no right now, but1  I will have less right later. I love  you. I adore you. I have loved you  since we were children together. T do  not see how I can live and see you  the wife of another. But at least you  will know that I have loved you all  these years, and when you hoar the  a full-Hedged barrister, did not suf  fer financially from his stroke of enterprise.    On  his  return  to  London      ^   he.found a Harmsworth check await- j wjn"(j gjgn over my distant grave���������of  ing him for the "scoop,"  Well, never ��������� course that it nonsense"���������  mind how much, but it was generous i     "Don't take  on so,  John Henry,"  enough to meet his board bill for a ; she said softly.   "I'm going to marry  week qr two. j ���������you !"  . ���������  j    ���������,j,|1Qn t|lp gtronR man fainted, anil as  This Consul Keeps Moving. j she bent over him a determined lit-  Maxwell K. Moorhoad, U. S, Consul ! tie hne showed about her mouth, and  at St, John, N.B., who hns been pro- ! "he muttered, "I had to do some  moled to the consulate at Rangoon, i tiling to bring him to it.  Patience���������I hear you're engaged to  be married.  Patrice���������Where in the world did  you hear that?  Patience���������Mv maM told_me.   J _  Patric^HowTdTtT slieliear it?"  P.'itipnce���������A policeman told her.  Pnt'ice���������More mysterv. How came  a policeman to know it?  Patience���������Whv, the man you're en-  gneed to told him when the officer  wns taking him home, ��������� Yonkers  Statesman.  MADE IN  CANADA  A puit Trait jelly Powdtr���������}un tht  flntit pure C������lrti Poat iillw a*voi<4  only bf tbe put* trait.  Pure Gold Jelly Powders'  Ctnt**lir*%,iU\t,*i) .  Offti you "Better Qu������llty" 00 the tiMt���������leu watk In tht  Oar Book ofBeclpeo Sent Vre*  Xm. ai wnd-you oot nlutble Utile book "Tbe ���������  feeKtolDellclouiDnwrtt." It telli you ho������      ' -*���������  to meke tny number ol dtlnty dmem end dt-  Iktoui uledt in rety little time end ilmoK *������  tnvbletteU.  Pure Gold Mfg. Co., Limited  Toronto  ^.      ***  St*������le* ���������* Ro������M������t  Send iu 10c l* itimpi to pay jock.  Uf ud pooate end let m tend yea  feneroui tamplei ol our VtnlUo  ud Lemon Bnmcti end ������email enn  ol Baking powder. Mention jrow  lown and dealer'* name and nddreet.  FOR LITTLE BABIES AND  WELL GROWN CHILDREN  "Bwliul," said  Pat,   with  gleaming' world,  British   Burma, has seen service for  his Government in many parts of the  eyes, "Td just, tickle him  wiih. the  point to see it he was shiiiiiniing,"  Ask for Minard's and take no other.;  A pastor nt. Atlanta rnsigncd his  charge in disirnsr Imp/msn two of his  deacons advertised that they would  o'llgage in a prize light In Ihe church  as a prelude to thn services, his in-  liiffniitinn not being moIlilV'd by their  Hiibscfiuent pxidnnminn thut they hnd  never meant t<> light nud had mndo  Ihe nnrioiiticfiiieiit merely to draw 11  crdwd.  8ores Flee Beforo It.-There are  many who hnvo hei'ii iillliotcd witli  hurt'* and hnve ilriivu tlu*ni nwny  with Dr, Thomas' Kclepiric Oil, whh'li  mis likn. limine All -iur'l n'ly troubled should Iokp no tinte in applying  <hi������ Hplendid reined'', ns tlieri* is  untiling lik" il Ut he had. It is oln-np,  hut its pmver in in no wny I'-vprcssed  liy its low pric.  Mr. ^foorhettd entered upon his con-  Kiihir   career   in   St,   Thomas,   Out,  where ho married a daughter of Judge  Kriniitlncor.    When   the  olllco   thorn  wns nholished lie 'vns (rnnsferred to  Holgnule. tlie capital of .Servia,   Aftor  sorving for two or tiict'e ynnrs  with ,  dist.iiiptiou ho was sent to Aenpuleo, j  Mexico, and nbout n year ago wn* i  promoted to St. John,   The policy of  the State Department evidently is to j  keep the younger oflicora moving.  Rangoon is the ehiof town mul prin.  cipul seaport of Lower Burma, and '  had 11 population of 2,T2,:i2tl in l!K)l.  lt covers nn iiicii of a*2 Hfiunni niiles,  and is populated by Hindus, Moliam-  modniiH and f'hrisiiaiis, Tlio town,  wliioli was foundi'd in I7.VJ hy Aloung  Choosa, the /.uuid* r of the iliinna  dyna.-ty, oei'iiMie- i\ long stn'tnh nf  high lands with wide, Imuleviirdpil  Htrnots, Its .mini'* Is o������hiafly faiuiliirr  tu most ri'adi'r- 'n'ejiu.-u it i-1 mon-  tioiicil   iu   Kipling's  "Miiiidiilny."  Pnhy's Own Tablets urn good, for all  children, from the feeble bnbv whose  life sepms to hnng bv n thread to tho  sturdy well grown child whose digestive orpns ocpfisinnallv get out of  order, Th������sp Tablets nromntly cur"  all ntom������oh n"d bowel troubles and  make sicHv, ailing children, well nnd  strong, Mrs. H. Greenfield, Fmhro,  Ont,, savs'.-"Baby's Own Tablets  nre 0 wonderful medicine for children. I hnvn used them for Severn 1  "punt nnd nlwnyt keep them in tho  house for mv littl������ ones doing to  school." Sold hy mpdieine denlers or  In* *vni[ nt 2,r) c^nls n hn\ from Thn  Dr, W'llinms' Medicine Co., Brook-  vlllo, Ont.  When  The Stomach is Sick  The Liver Sluggish  The Bowels Clogged  -T-he^Blood-Impure-  The Skin Sallow  It's Time to Take  That grand, old, time-tested remedy���������  BEECHAM'S PILLS  Prepared only by Thomas Beechsm. S������. Helens, Lancashire, England.  Sold by all Druggists In Canada and U. 8. America,  la boxes 2$ cents.  Ostensible Head of the Fnmilv���������  "Mnrin, there was n ennvneser her11  Jodfiv who wnnleil to sell mo n work  on ptiqtK'itn nnd food hehnvlor.  '''p'iches it in six h'suons, T told him  T'd nsk you if you thought we wanted  it."  P������nl Hond���������"N'������ nil bumhiiR: il  enn't he tinidht in Ax li>s������onn, T'vp  Jicpii Irving to fmirh i( t'\ you for ������fv-  ���������pp" vein's, and haven't succeeded  yet."  Chancs  Wnstsd  i'lirle       js      Jjlls  th.  No  Kni'iu'i'   1  COlnet's  tllll.  Jlneker- 'I''" 11 we will pinhnhly flml  it nn our billn whiln wn hip |insiiiig  through it,  Intslllgont Anticipation  "I want sniiie nlci' iiule-paper,"  inuriiini'i'd the blushing dnniHid, Tho  grny.biiired stntioner hrouuld forth 11  box, "This is very inn*," lie mud.  "Yen, if is rather nice," agreed the  girl. "I'll hnve ij hundred sheet-.,"  ''Ami sniiif nice i-nveloptN to nmn*li "  queried the stlltinliel,  replied    tbe    lilili.lell,  "And  when dims the  pliiec:'"  iiuiiiired   the  ���������l,.|   M-dnrnd      "Whv "  "you don't think-���������"  tilf uio ,,,,,.,   t   }������������������ ��������� ,i ���������  Hot  heetl  ill  this bu-ilU  to know thill when n young ludy buy*  a hundred sheets' of p.ip. 1 ,tnd only  twenty.f|ve , nvelupi s, (here must be  luuiii'thliig in the wind"'  "Yet,   plelisn,"  "Tv.i'Uly-IHe,"  weildinu   dike  ctat|i������ner,    The  uh������ exclaimed,  "All,     thuehleil  u   " ' .'.   1   1   ���������  ' uuf eimilBh  Lonj Oiitanco Tslksrs.  Mr, Fisher, wlm holds the Purlin*  ini'iitiiry rtieord for longthy npecehi's,  although ho bus elnsn ������iiii;ndi1������>r������ lor  this dotililfiil honor in His collt'iiguiM,  Messrs. King and Li'inli'iix^ must Innk  tu hi* laurel*, Hi.* .'.npri.'iiiai'.v in thn  utriiluht away tiilk neu wan n.'riuu������ly  chiilleiigi'd rwi'iitly by Mr. (ieorgi'11,  llnidltury, the ue'inber f'"-r Selkirk,  who niT*uph'i| fnur hou��������� and n qunr.  (er of the time of tlm Ilou**' in explaining thn 1 ircutiiMnii'-e ;.urriiund-  itig the "(ihdiitig of 21.^1 wren of  land from tlio Bt. IVtcr's Hct'rvi* Indians iiv tlm Department of Inferior,  who snld it to 11 group of political  friend* at an average nf *)i!i nn iutp;  the liulian agpiit who was supposed  Ut look nlU-r the wnnU of tho Government  (wiping the thing along hy  1 litlllsell 1)11*11111,' .-.line ui im' i..t.,,>  >.) -.1 l.t.rri.' \ " V <���������<,"*��������� >o, lo-" ���������bin  $'21 to run  Pnrli'etnent tnr n iniiiiilo,  I no Mr. Hrndbiiry's wpeceh wiih <*X|������ui-  hive,   ti^tiiij**   f"������,!Sr,5i.       If  ther*   tun*  ' muni' ji.'dnnii'ter system which would  I tux eiieh member so much on his In*  ,l.,.iit,ii,'   fur   ihi������������i.   |(,tii,   trial*  of  th*  p.ilieiire   ol   Ibe   J'Jmi.-'e,    Parluuneiu  1 wnulil not Iind it ii������r������'snnry tn sii for  , ������ix tiiontliH in tho year.  Our Syst������m of Notation.  Somo system ot notation has been  used -since time out of memory.  The 11 rut record we.have of it is ot  figures written with a -tick on a Hut  surface covered with sand. Before  that all calculations we^e made with  pebbles, beans nnd the like, liven  now tlw Chinesp do their calculating  with little stones or beads strung  011 wires, in a frame. Tho Itomans  first iisfd vertical lines���������I, II, III, etc.  ���������to express numbers, The Arabic  figures, which wo commonly use at  the present time, are of much earlier  datp, Thn Arabic system is chiefly  valuable nn account ot the great convenience ^it affords by giving 11 figure  it value according to the place it occupies in the line, Hy this system j  the most ctiormouA sums can he ������x-;  pr<i������*s:*<d liy tlio ten little character* !    r cured n hors������ nf tho Mange with  which i.-iiii the numerical n!phah������t.    ' MIVARD'S UVIMKVT. !    CHKISTOPm.il 8AUNDKKU1  Laporte and tha Young King.       j Dnlhnnsie. |  When Umi* XIV. was only eight, T cuivd a hor*,\ bndlv torn bv a;  yours old his love for wrestling and j������'l*"') hn\i, with MINARD'S UNI*,  other boyish sports gave many ��������������������� I W'^T* , ,, ��������� rn.��������� Tr���������TTPr I  ciisv nionients to one \.n\tarle. his at* I ft. Peter ,, ( , D, YA)\\. T.lNTJhl*,:  teiidnnt. On one hucIi occasion lw in-!,,' f.nr''',ln, ^*".\>lm,n{* hW,'llln������ b>'|  sisied, despite all entrpnties, in roll-, MINAItD S MN'MKNI ���������1VVI, !  ing  nbniil  tlw  floor  endeavoring  to [ iltOs. \\. IAiM'.,    1  overcome  his cousin,  tlm  Count  of | n������thiir<������t, N. 11. j  Artois.  I.aportn calmly put on his hat.!  and  sal down.    I.otiis, j.'iilntis even <  at that age of his kingly dignity, at J  .���������  iiiw il'-maiided: Mud* for ths Can������l  "How can you permit yoiimelf to r{ is r,.|)(,rt,.,| (iltl, ��������� (|rm have a  sit and reinii ii coyer������'d in the 1>ton-lWm,\ ..specially adapted for use 011  .���������nee of your kirg? 1 the ennui.   It Is driven by stenm pow.  ���������I'ardnn'iim. mitt', rrlort.d l.sjHjrt.'. ,.r HUti u ,iM/.(j wj,j, ,irt.-,sjai, well*  "hut I did not think that a king was K) tftss-c nnvfgntinn will not Im Imperil,  in tlw iooiii,'^ ^      jU'd.-Newiniiiktt Exjirpss-Hcrald.  I And Flgurss Don't LU.  1    Johnny came home the other night  1 in high glee, wearing tlw nrithinetifl  [ medal,  1     "Wti.il    le    thnt    for������"    i������������k<������d    his I  1 mother, i  ,        ''thill-    Cil>'    [till,,     in      .'=,.'.:.*,    ' \ lM   '  I ple������," said Johnny.   "I did this one, j  I 'If our new Imby weighs eleven and (  : n half \finnd������ and  gams uu ounce  j each day'���������'chuho you told Mrs, Smith  I she did yesterday ��������������������������� 'how much will  More Bread  to the Barrel  That extra cost per barrel  which you pay for  Ogilvie's Royal Household  doesn't go into anybody's pocket. *  It covers the cost of inspecting the  entire wheat crop of the country, and  ���������electing the choicest grain,  It pays, for cleanliness, for purity  and for scientific flour-making,  A barrel of Ogilvie's Royal House*  hold Flour goes farther than a barrel  of any other flour. It makes more  bread and better bread.  You are not really spending that  extra amount-���������you are investing it.  Go to your grocer and aay "Royal  Household/' pj  CflUvlenowMllliCo, Umlled,  A Blind Campalgnsr.  Mr   .!, It. Mutiny, the young Ctinn*  dinii student who wertt to th������ M.,utlt  Ifri.'-m iiif to fh?ht f������r tin- Koipin*.  and rHiirut'd totally blind /,.* a tn*  milt id itcing shot in the fru-,������, \������hj tlw  Miiijeci nt) a rnluititi 111 11 r.-.������ ni b������n-  d<m -mfwt. Mr, Mutiny is ���������u,> t,| tlw  lin|H>rint pi'inrtTs, r������'i>r**j*<MiIisitr tlm  different nvernene donuiii',)!-, h)i/> nr**  tn bilk t.i th������ iwnph* nl le.n..- aht'ttt  the Kmpir** nna its n<ed*. Tlm Ini-  *������-rt:il ftnttfet* aunt to g.ilii.-r >,,gr*^.  ������r to noe (wi* tlw m������*n in llritaiu  win. am of no pnrticttlnr psMj-   nnd  B'tid fnrfrori eiunplofoDppt. N TJ,, Nn- who w������ll try to il.rtwt thoir t*\\nn*  tM������n������l Ihug A I'lwnucal ������'���������., T<ir.,iit.i.  cf.niitrvm������n toward* art hutn-rud po|.  ' *     rr#f������f#n-������ is. of cnur������������*. in* ot  W. N. U.. Mo. m  fry.  the pomu an which thtiy f������^l Mront-  ly.  old?   And tlw answer was 4l<G pounds.  And  tin* teacher Mid   !  <>arn<������d th������  prim'."���������ChniHtinn Advocate,     1  Pastry and Pross. |  "Whnt ������ Iwautilul sight it is. Mm. !  ftateii, to *oo your two litlh- hovs al- |  wn>������ ing.-ilti't'." Un   ���������vuv.i.,. r t-ntrdcr  rxp|pim*d in an ncstacy nn tin* ap. j  pprl'-h    A    TldtdlV    Mfld   T"'t|iV    n*it������'������ '  hand in hand    "Hm-h t.c A��������������������������� r!y lov*  ia a* rate a* tt is eiqui������it.*,'* j  Mr*   IIM*-* noildfvl in ,>,.-. tit 1  "I tell Ksry." shi������ said, "ihnt tiwy'ro j  m imu p'r'bh- a* ������ |s*ir ���������>' \uui,.."  A Qutmtlan to Bt Con������tdtr������4.      ;  "Ik, you t*.it������.Ui |.U^^r.-n. im lit.U^ .  tiW������������ nndet any firrmnsiaric.-si'" J  "W**ll." ������im*i*red Si*iiut.,f S������.rg!nim. j  'it* pretty hard *h������n >ou liini ><hii  ������*lf comixHM to tn-\k*  a <hmea  bi'inff in''-i������*������inf ������>t ���������wwnal.'*  CAPITAL  Par Value  rreparty at Iks Cemmat W ������l!w bX-1**-  Mlnlfls l������������s������ on Nortli flsskslokswss Tllvsr.  Tltlts ladlspntttilt.  ****.*.,  Acthiir i*^!������f  . -tr**t������pm**..  Ktamatr la aiaslalMsatlts.  $2,000,000  Shares $1.22  Aassr tstan mat la Labsrstory of Iflaoa,  Ottawa, show Hold, 0 tt os.. or f 13 ptr too 1  Ires. 10.801 told.   8881 os. or |51������ psr too j  fk*US������������i|   k.V. ���������������������.,   ������������,%*  in.  4m\,   ,,-    ...  FIRST 200,000  SHARES  ���������vinMMietriaMitimertvteerrteM J ISSUED AT 50 CENTS  meeeiet ������^������ p*!* *' I PER SHARE  9. n.  MlCHIWToaH. rtwmtimt.  ���������IIKIS.   M,  IIDUSt,  ak\  OrrlCIM ^ ^ HA?������, aemmtmt, rt*e*l*r**ta*mt.  MB. Kmm������ a. H.  0������������������m������, n**r*l*rf.rr*m**rme.  *4V������*M i  Th* tmm*f%*\ e*aa at roawls. T������rto������o, o^l rttmm Atmatt. ama.  All paperii of incorporation are filed with tbe Hegiatrar of Ontario, in which Province  the Company wa* ofTgani������od  Tho Company ia prepared to appoint reliable repre*������nUti*ea throughout the country,  fVtwpwtua and Mapt on application.   References required.  Addrea. SASKATCHEWAN MINING AND DEVELOPMENT CO.  m mmot* ���������ntt>i>ro, rovoa and arti.aiD* ttmttta. tOMNto. oamaba. -.'>'��������� ... -���������  ��������� te" -a:  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  chances to have, would seem to her  absolute desecration of valuable foods.  She knows just what effects she wishes  to, produce before she takes the firs:  step; she studies the moods of her tire  and the tenses of her ovens.  i"In.a word, she respects her work  enough to do It well-and every time!  1 ������IOT-EEN~years-ago���������i~engaged~a���������,  Li' cook, who brought what she  JP would have termed "a car-  rackt-er" from a rich and respectable woman, in whose service  she had been for seven years. 1 called  upon her, late employer, who confirmed tho written certificate. "Marietta whs clean, industrious, honest  and, sober, and, an excellent cook."  At the end of a week I had learned  that Uie treasure was proficient In  )>nthing except the plainest kind of  cookery, She could roast, boll and fry  ������tnd conk vegetables as her mother  had done before her. Beyond this  rudimentary knowledge she did not  aspire to go. And when she found  ��������� tint we had soup every day; In the  year she remonstrated.  '*1 didn't ingage to do French cooking," she aald, tearfully. "It nair  breaks me heart to think of makln'  s'up every day of the week. At Mrs.  IVa we nlver thought o" such doln's."  FRENCH THRIFT  Upon that hint I spake a bit of my  mind, quietly but firmly. She must  learn to make soup or seek another  place. She chose the alternative, and  carried her excellent cookery into another house,  I thought her complaint odd then  and lier disdain or "French cooking"  the prejudice of an untrained mind.  I have uume since to deprecate It as a,  prevalent mistake on the part of an  Immense number of otherwise intelligent pt-oplv wlio should know hotter,  It goes without saying that the  Kreneli lead the world In all pertain*  Ing to fine cookery, lf should bo  bettor known that they ale also tho  wisest of domestic .ci.'uunmlstH.  I have sold this, In effect, so often  that those wao are Indifferent to gas*  trouomlcal and culinary studios net-use nm nf harping tediously upon ouo  string, lt cannot be tno strongly  driven Into the consciousness of our  practical housemother that site could  bring her family faro up to a much  higher standard of pitlutablenoss than  she lins dreamed of and lower market  bills by going tu sehool in the  Kri'iichwuiiiiiii uf limited means. 1 am  mu writing i tit h plain lu Ik for those  v no .nn i-iinimaml and pay for tho  services   of   a   "chef,"    The   French  Iiensant knows iiuw to make the very  >������st, as regards snvorlness and ei'iitio*  the variety was practically endless.  Prom this daughter of the provinces���������  for she waa not a Parisian by birth or  training���������I learned that enough parsley  and chives might be grown In a sunny  kitchen window to supply seasoning  and garnishing for our small family.  She cultivated both In a box, clipping  so * judiciously that fresh leaves dutifully filled tho places of those she took  off, From her I learned the value of  chives, which I had hitherto looked upon  as akin to weeds, Minced fine, they lm*  ��������� part a delicious piquancy to French  salad dressing. A teaspoonful Is all  you want for a large dlah of lettuce or  endive, celery or other green salad. 1  never entered until then Into the meaning of the deft lines in Sydney Smith's  famous recipe for salad dressing:  "Let  garlic's  atoms  lurk   within  the  bowl,  And unsuspected, animate the whole."  The witty rhymester was conversant  with French cookery, and no Englishman   understood   better  how  to  corn-  example, this soup, under Marie's hand,  left nothing to be desired:   "  Onion Soup.  Parboil a large onion for five minutes.  Chop, and stir it into two cupfuls ot  the'stock in which a fowl was boiled,  Cook ten minutes and strain out the  onion. Have ready a cupful of milk  heated to scalding. Put a tiny pinch  of soda (a mere "suspicion") ��������� In tho  milk to prevent curdling. Stir two  tablespoonfuls of flour into one of  butter, set over the fire until you have  a smooth roux, season with celery salt  and paprika, and add to the soup, Brirg  to a boll, stirring all the time, add the  beaten yolk of an egg and take from  the fire. Serve grated cheese with it  for those who like It.  The stock of veal may bo substituted  for the chicken, Either broth may bd  made from the bones of the meat. H*  never bought meat expressly for it,  Marie's best chicken broth was made  from the feet, necks and heads of  chickens.    In  France  these  may  be  9w������mmVUm*%i-lfQ������&i  The Housemothers  my, out of the homely material!  which are all sue can afford lu buy.  And she put* the knowledge Into  ���������'���������illy ami hourly praeilre.   Her stock  put Is never empty unit the giirhugu  pull Is seldom full. The "dip" and the  ������������������wallop," uf which I spoke soma  weeks ago, are translated by hor Into  a wise reserve of ovory particle of  nutriment ami flavor that meat, flit)  nnd esculent can yield.  8T0CX-P0T ECONOMY  I kept houso In Kranoe long enough to  look narrowly Into methods tlmi aroused  r������t ������i time, and then edified tne. Now  ana thtn, ami as lime wore on and my  Interest In the suhjeet hecsms a rlous  am) practical, i used to go wllh my  ������������������uuk lo market, I had anon learned to  let her mak-- purchases. Where I would  havo bfliiitht two pnutids of meat she  aot me. and mmltt It uo ae fur an two  wimlil Imve Kiinc in m,v hands, I speak  ������h������ slmp.������ inch In asserting that not  not |e,if or stalk of any ar������������n vegetable  Hiui nimo Into my kitchen   found   Its  "���������  Ir, ������**e on.Ill ri-ilT   ���������������������,<< ,'lirnAitfli* ������n������n.  ach from the stalks, ana compounded  f'i- rtivn-y 1l���������.   -n   ������������������   (,Ti'r:,<*i������,tntr t'ptTVirh  n la i'reme thst ever passed my lips.  The ������i,i!k������ wen- eiiOtiid to take out tli*  rank flavor, and then ahopped before  ' i<">* *f'f* committed to the stork i*>t.  ������������������racked hones of conked meat, gristly  uni skinny morsels and "dabs" of  cooked vegetables contributed body to  ,1,.      ���������'.,,���������"   ,,,i.r,,,|������l    ���������t,,',.,.,l    ,,���������    ,f,    ,,u    rmf.fl  tt wwli. Wt- grew sti ttuid nt it mat  we would have been gUad to buy materials expressly for It Hat this Marie  would not allow. "Ho much would go  io waste but for the iwt-au-feu that  t������i.������ tt'n'tghf was harrowing." Wh*n fold  thst the esv.iry stfsmlng broth that  ttttila'M nosnils and delighted netatea  on ri iv and chilly dsys (she made  cunning selection ������,f time, and westh-  ������ ��������� ������������������ ���������     >ik    '������������    m    A'Uei'lcu,    i'H>������  r*������t!������*������l up h-r ������)���������������* aril urung her hands,  ������������������lint a I at then ������i������ilil ma.lam do with  eh ���������'   v..,,.-,i   ������,,,   ,. m,,   fir any othe,  Alih*'"  i*������ cut nettling raw Into tha put,  ���������everything was  pait������������I!e������1  or aeiiMnd,  set 'rn'i-t r wifh ihr t-m ttiwif was stft-  t.t to tin. rant* *������������������ e rormr tnr sn Omit.  It mvtt tKitted ������ iu I; ���������  ttaiimt* try*  ������i������  much  4  matter  of  pound 11 aalad, Ha would hava said  "ehlvaa" and net "garlk." If the est-  glh<l������'������  (ll   II* let   lisil  tllft  tuli.n.i'itll  UK,  monosyllable.  It was Maria who Initiate,! us Into the  manifold uses of powdered cheos* In  rookery. A glass saurer of ll wa* the  Invariable accompaniment ������f soups,  depending for distinctive ��������� Imrm t������ r upon  r������ri-als. And of these there war* imu a  few. l"oM*nta, rke, barley, sago, tat-  loea. macaroni In every form, noodlis  siiif h.iif a ilm-nn othi-r ������r-0;i ,-, >, 1  siarth***���������all enniprlW under iln.. general   name of  *!man������straM���������lent   suit.  ^.f-,n/** trt f,>.mllv lif..������hi������ ind ������wf >: 1  fftflsm to clear ������i4Ufk������. ncai.'.t l*ii-  m������������an wan always In enniptny sun  these,     1 nill   on*   hs.l   eaten   It   sev.  *���������'*,) Xttom*. jiu.t ..|*at*������l IO* |iii!*t<> lnlO  ������npr*i Isilo'i ,.r th* harmtey ,,t tlw rtm*  t'niiHrip, on# mlfM h* I't-il ������������������������������������ ��������������� '��������� 1  ll pan*    for ������nrwtve������. the i������Me f������,rn,p.l  taught   aeparately   from   Iho   (owl.  U'h.n  we puii'hsne.l |������)ulliy, she in-  ,'   .,. .V'U.     ^4|J^.������,     ..M., ht*,^     -t^^4     y,.,.     *���������      .      ������������������* <-   '  t.timed put in wllh tho b...lv ���������>( ihe  fowl U'hrn *tit got tbem home, tttie  senlded and sirsped them, saving tin-  .uiiiiiH of the lUlckena wllh the necks  ornl feei, ami eonverled Ihem Into a  whit* pillage whieh was Inimitable In  u* may. Another Mwrle. who served  mc lung tt* ri.uk lu America, vn.u .1  tilt.- the butrhrr mund.jr to tnak when  I, ',.r:r-,r In t,rlnir hi-r thcic "trtm  11,'���������!>���������������" >.{ the I'liickeiiM. ������llii! Null) t)n-e  .niitRtn**!  mote "gwiAiimnn" tban any  ,   ���������  -   ,   ���������       1        r,|,    .,      .    I     I),.-     ������,.H'I I      Ink.-     K  III,!'      ������������<���������      ���������IJ.lltlt      gi-lllltri'MIS      iimili-i.  miu*!, K������.. * f"i Un- ������.iul ���������{ llm I.i 1,1)1.  Potato lottSet,  tn*(e������d nf H'lng potatoes after ti.<*  ������������������  ii-ci.-f f.r:,- i'i-*-,|  |iv  nitr  eri������,.lm*.!' ���������  et*>, m*,n r*-nt! ������������������ earned, mw trt+A, th**e*-  7fe������^m\%0t2.2a/v������rs  preferring cold cooked pntntnes to  raw���������our Frenchwoman pares them  very thin, knnwlntt thn������ the "menl" or  sturch lies next the skin. Then she  cuts lliem crosswlsu or lengthwise, ������n  lihe thlnkn bent, into rather thin  slices. Next, lluse are laid In very  cold water for half an hour, then  dried by spreading them upon a towel  and palling them geiit'y through ������n-  ntlier. A wire basket tlmi IPs easily  Into tlm deep trying pun ri*c������lves ns  many sliced potatoes us will lie mi i'k-  boiiruii, uud Is soused iin.i imiiiiiir  deep fat. There tl Is held im- perhaps  two minutes, i������r until the ti,ii������ine������ arc  heated all iIihhikIi, after whiili 11 in  withdrawn fioiu tlm frying mm or  shallow keiile and hung up i" ilmiu  ond cool for three or four minutes.  The fat. meanwhile, huiililex over a  low (Isme, nut to lose heat.  The bubble Is incieitsed in liveliness  and the basket plunged |n uualn. The  slices puff up like Imlluuns. verifying  their name,  They are served In a dish ll/nd with  a healed uupkln.   livery drop uf ������n,i-  ahould  tn   ilinli.e.i   from   them   i,y   ������  basket.  MA Jib ii A bibUX  UA Ull.i 411.J M.nie |,il lull, I , ���������������������������:,! 1,11  liiuj.y panes with rni|������s fur dish. * ...  tw xi< i.fn,- tt,.(t ujf fli'HC f"i>k *t; ,',,'i  widen her eyes inerediilmisly at hearing the him given in cents.  iiuw 1- iiiiH iii,iiiiii.iimn-.r.' I'li-i, i.v  ...        .1,      .    /  ,. ,     ,.., ,  <n,ilit>r> 411. mi, H.MiliJ .my ,,iii<r |,i-,n. n  nf in.ifiu.il inl.Htr ttint inuft !��������������� .... 11,11.-.S  by brains .f ii������������ pupli w.mi.i ,1 . i.*-  sureves. Huniellv. by willliigti* ������> tu  (like the n������iessiit> (mills t'������ Win lliut  suecess every tlnu- u dluli If t*> l*' prepared and served. Our Fr. rrtiwiimn  reekotm her ein.k<iy ,u> p.itt -if tbe  Imftm-ts ������,f lift, takes pride in ������>"' ������b*-  1I1 es, arid accounts ������*-Me ������������ n.it.fils  .11.   ������>.������ve���������ly   Mi.it   \,;,*���������!.  I have aald, i-ierwhere. th.'i t.iM.'h  rtsi-'tids  npon  it,   *rn,���������m������ix   >���������'   whst  *,������������'     1 ..its       ������I,U>..        .*.���������*     *.,,,'  M.t'l'1,1 um ,   hi      l    ...('������ If, ill)    .    II ���������      ':!;���������'*  di������iies," i������hi������ we,������rii* or mM'nt" >-**'n  0--.������t-'*l*ni    <a mI   t������Ve������   i.f.   ilsks      Th������������  ������'.S|i-ilS������;������   |...i������ll.|e    :���������+, ..*.������ I    i.f   ������   t.���������     ",'[l  , t  IM������  j.ml   .1   rin-itl   .| s.ietl'     ���������*"   " "���������  IIMl   ���������������   llMtl,   if   1*   li.itll   .l.tl. '-.r   *���������    "-������������������������  Beef Scrapple  IN "THESE linius of hlBh prlee������-������spec'lally  lor moat���������I feci that poor people ought  ��������� to know how to use their money to tlie  best advantage. 1 lining prcpitred meats In  the way described In tho accompanying paper for my own family, and for years 1  Know the value of the ni.rtlio.ls, and with  to Impart the knowledge to others,  How to Reduce the Meat Bill.  Put a nice noun bono on In cook In hotline  water. When tlie scum ceares to rise nml  ycu have skimmed It nil off, mt It buck .m  the range where It will boll slowly for about  four hours, or until It Is finite tender, salting it when It Is nbout li&lf ilnne,  <, wit 11 cool; separate lean from fat ini>at,  remove the gristle, etc, Put the Interior  bits, wllh gristle and bone, back Into tlio  stock; boll briskly for another hour; strain.  end keep warm, Chop the lean must arid  add a Ilka quantity nf bread, which tins  been thoroughly soaked In ������nme of the warm  slock. More breail may bo used to make  the dish "go further," Any kind nf bread  wl'.l do. ir scraps of stale bread have nc  cumulated, this Is a good wny of ntillj'.lng  them, ,  I Ititnk *hal stale srims mndo of equal  P."? ������' eomnieal and graham flour Klve  the best flavor. Add salt to yuur taste, mix  tliorouKhly nnd press hard down in n mould.  Ihe loaf may ho sliced when cold and the  reil uf It ken! to uso ������K������ln. Tlic remaning stork will do fnr sinipa nnd gravy. I  have hail a bowl uf gravy and enough meat  r.r four days for the same number o( people from 10 cents' worth of mem.  Mrs. K,  K. (fJnndwl.li,  Iti.).  As with all made dishes, everything  depends upon the seasoning In preparing what might be willed "beef scrapple," ll Uio eruinbs he coo|<������..i| f>r thn e  mlmiteH with the ehopped mul seasoned  meat, the imxlure will be i.v.n mnre  savory, | may mid tliut the loaf, when  slleeil, itl|i|,ei! In ejijj mul eniiiibK, lln'ii  smiled In drlppiiig, Is 11 nice luiieheun  dish,  Another wny of uillly.liig ocrups nf  meat irhnninl from the suutibiiiio is  pupuliir in o\���������' fun,fly,  IMU ,1 half iiniiiiil of apaghntli In III'  sunn Mini |< until tender. ||Mf(. i',.���������,|v 1  I'illllill nl tlllll.lli, pulp lllllli win. h ihe  Juice litix liecii Hirilllieil. IllKii .1 nnl'l iiileil  "iijnn; chop ihe uiiUm vt-ry line, Hllr /1,  Wllh a eiipfni of mem (or what vo.i Imp  ptth  In lllive), lato Iho NpUHllelll,  SeuHiUI  ip tnsiu wllh suit nnd paprika, bring to  the boll and serve. H������nd omand Kraied  ihws������ to lie eaten with It fir (hose wim  fun.y Hie Italian tmii-li, as \<��������� .In In imr  family.  The same 1IUI1 may be mudf with a  lefl-nvei nr bulled ll.e lllHle.nl nf sna-  Mlitxtl, While Ii Is usually served in 0  nei'ii i(|k|i nr, ;% slew, ll is even til'-'T  When I'llne.l Inl'i 11 LiiKCiIIkIi. eov red  wllh dry, line breadcrumbs (anil If ynu  like, wllli united I'lirmesan eh'C'ei and  brnwiieil in a uulek oven, |m not g-.-t  ll Inn dry.  Feathers Again  It'iUiiK h,|,| uniili'iisnnt e������|ierlen."s wllh  ll|������im lln.g  ri-iiihi'ts,  I   am  sending  vim  a  MHM.Il       U!V,-I.    I-i    llie    1'^'     'I     I'llllKll     Wllilillli,  whiili,  III my .-nm, wi.ised lilts n .'l.sriii  inning ������ in-svy i|.i'>ii|iuur of rain, pin  ll.e i.ni'.ws 1111 llie lull Iblisl sciuiely ni  It ,,|,.ihes.|inn liv Uie Ul'l'd edsm. Ut  tin ni ';ik,. all llm .li'iirielilng tbey .-an u< t  Ihen tuin ,liein and lit llm water Ursln i.ff.  I'll, ill.. 1,1 Hi,  miu ,ilr,In* ll.i'iii.  Mine Merc Ilk.' new feulltsrs, and in"..r  Hinln lm,l their |������������'Mli������rly .ll������,'i������rei.'������l.l������  ii.lnf  lr*.r IH������ ������r ������l������ ..-ii* .iiii'.t |,n.|,||ii(r lm  Im-iii 1 (,!���������,.ills Iii .,111 l,f>nn>li.,t.| "liy It  ������llh l������f* fruit sti.l 11   niiiii"! 11  nn,si .i'Sli-  not iieii-srsfy t.i faiN'' wta' is leil "Vn  I1.1  ' .  '     ,\\-     ���������     "    > ,., 1   r ,  II   lll������>   li,   Stesiiilil ..l.l   mim.I  !M-*l   v.i������k.  Mi-   )    I*.   ��������� *��������� biuti.  Ml'I. ���������  (Mil of Ihe itiouilis nf two or th'e������  mum--** ���������In:! ..<.. *r :". I- e^".l.ll������b ,1  nml four resp'inslhl.' iioiisamothers ten*  ttdently nlllnil linn pillows uud tlieir  contents tnnv be .-le.in-eil uli.l sweet-  , 1 , ,1    1       it,      ���������    .',1 er   il> '��������� rllie.l   bv    <l'ir  Mn I'lgnti   nn n 11 1-1      1   M.ik   un a ������������������  for a wlill". Now I In Hn. to il.n ix-Hef  lh.it there sre tn-inv tlcngs |������i ptii.lle.il  hnusewlferv of which I have been nli-  s.iidU- lunuriinl.  Will nnt vuu civ* us the ruipe fur  nter it pudding tiiiide as your household  approves of it.1  Homes Versus Apartments  J'rnni a charming -.mi ...i.tm IHier I  msk*. an estin. t Hint eh-wld be In*  di.r-i-il I.i- ������>i',-i-,   inie \< l.rii!<li'.  ' ..r   '%���������-l   1.- '.    .,���������!, "      nt   m^rltiiemst  inn..*    ,,iih    ������*,-(������     ..i.i    ������iO.     iitlhmg  for   #y������r*   tn.ttii*r   <*   ���������'"'   '������><'H>"   "*  >1"-  f������I������,.r������     ������������,,rf*   [te.���������-ir,     ,1    -r   U    ������'������ln   lb������  ,,<*,  ,     .',.,     :|���������      'j,      , ' ' t������f'������  !���������'���������   tifiii-mni*    >'   V,    1     ,n.i !'������*i'i.������*nl   W������U  ������   !t|> Oy* V41 elns. "���������   ���������* ���������"'���������* Ir  ������-'���������<������ 4m~  partment. and never think of any part of It  as drudgery; children who love honm  because home ttrst loved and fostered them.  Won l you sometime write upon this test:  "A wise woman bulldeth up her house: a  foolish v.omuni icaieth li down   .'  You  and   our  country  contributors  seem  to see things as they are.^^. Wwh (  ��������� Dear ola friend, 1 have been writing upon that text for over forty  years, and, please God, I shall keep  on hammering upon the same subject  and iho same old anvil while life and  reason last, My mission in life Is,  primarily, to my fellow-women. I  wisli 1 could make them feel how I  love them and long for their best  good, lf 1 could mako them, as a.  body, comprehend tlio dignity of do-  uiestlc* life, th< possibility and the  duty of bringing ,h������lr work up to the  level of a profession Instead of lowering themselves to grinding "drudgery" thai eats the soul und body, I  Hi'ould be ready lu chain a "Nunc  PlmlttlH"!  Valuable Hints  , I read tlio Ki.'hiingii rcgulurly, but llilt  I* my first b-iier, 1 tender a few liluis  chat   mean   much   lo  me,  nml  which  may  Ic p nilp in: ���������  I. In making any kind nf cuke In which  balling I'iwiIii .11' Hinln I- imel, melt tlm  I.inter and sill In ul lie- Innl, and ili������  eiiliii wil never fall. Kv.n II presaed  dnwti,    II    will,    like    "11 ul h    rnihiii-il    to  lllllli."     rise    IIKllIll  '.'. lu i".ii-imu chickens, ,li.-������ Un-in tbu  day 1,1-1,ne Ihey ,nv tu I,.- ,,i.,|m.I. MU it  'I'tispnonful, each, nf bulling s,"ln and i.f  sail In mn iiil.les|..iiiniul������ ,-i iviiini wuU-r,  Willi ������ "iiiall brush nr 1.11 i.r . mih, p.iinl  uio back and iihi-iuiiies ,,n ih������ uisi.le of  llie f.iwl  wiih   llils  iiiUiiik.  nnd  baas  up,  ur   lay   II   in   Hi"   ���������������������������til uti'i    1111III   text, -  niiiialag, Then wash inn wed nml rnasf  Hi.' '.M.keii Vuu will Iind the nii'iil nil  li������   while  1111   Ihe   luei.M  Miiv I uuk whnt ������ll> n ni'-ve mll'lew fnuil  11ti, 11  ulitn 11   iniiii'lug  H"  ,\!������l. euil >i,ii I'll me e, i���������,i .liuuld hi'.  iloiie wllh Hie bub* "( f'lilpi'".' lilies ufltr  fb,y I..IM- |i|,���������,ni.il'.' .Mi-ii'l  lle-y l>e luken  Kill    nf   Ihe   Wilier   mill   1 ll.'ll     "I    left    III   lllll  down? Mi*. !���������:. I.,  r, 1W.1i-.-������i.  Ind,|.  Your hoi *.eb(i'd "briefs" are novel and  Interesting. We veterans, who Imve all  our lives ndrred sugar ami imiies 10 e  tieniii lur cake butter, mny well stare  in anuixeiiieiii at the 'iiJiiip Umi to iiielt  and add tmlier the lust UiIhk Vet I  learned  bmn  nun  iml    <> ijisii-'mi  any  lliaoviltli.in lipnii eslublisbeil imtiilii* I  lecii|le������| (Iml 1 old miter Wan applied  In tny lir 1 eii head when my n������..iin r  "run In eimii me when | it'll.'* .Now  wn enll lurlllv (ur wilier nr mil ns 1,111  I,., limn" m iln abtiiileil ' uliele And  wi  I.n..w  tl,   I " ���������'   v. iv I    Hi    I ei(.-i-  l'-|,i' lllltib wed linen, sei a viiili linll-  Ing water ..ml nil. In all ;be ileum nf  1.irt. 11' ii will lake up Thin siri-teh  ii., .-���������..i.i,., 1 ��������� !,,:,���������:, --���������! ';. i'.|- "'  a linilliig lei.kettle ntul let thi- steam  |..,,M ti,',i,,ei, I..1 ll.e 111II11.I111. i���������il/lli.'.  in iin.ie ,11.1111 nf U1il.11 lines Ulin?.  l���������IStl>,   Wet   i.  l!i  lUtlini   p.ilee .mil lay  III  Hi,  iiiiiHiiiii,   all  dm,    wining   hourly  Willi I' llinli 1 .He. If lie ie n . .iln roiue  I1..11 1,1 im rl.iln, su���������|. ..'] i.lglil In  l,i|ipeiiil  milk,  i.c in  liiiiteniiilk,    Nest  l|il>   V%">-|,  ,11     '>.    I|J"I il   *,'���������-<���������������.  Whet) tin JllleS Imve ei-ased to bloom,  ent   iff   in.,   ���������(������������������lives iiiitid   lav   bulbs   In   it  my  iii.nc,   i,���������i  lh. v    :.ri,   until  ��������� Irv    pai tt   In   ill v   snnil  1,1,;.,   1.1 A,    1,1    ,    i.ll I       ,,,,,! ,   .      "������������������ .  ilial il'i'v "tit nnt tt'.w'i r in ������'-. uni or  the iblt'l vc.r,' They m*. *��������� a> iiusuli**  r-i in,, I,, ills re*i< > t Hei iIihiii In  ea.U; nei.1 >���������������(* .U"i III" 'i'Xl- "l ll< j,'  Ulil run,I i.n K.ims, Imt ������:ll "I 1'lmuil,  'I'i,   ("h-iltt   n   f-'i'illlhr   lloil  |%'il..|   l      'I,'     1,1,      |.,0������      I     ".ll     ���������!"       ���������'      -I-''"  Inch, 1   l,���������i al  tniinift   ie   ��������� in  I  '���������>'   11 '.  (������������������   it   A    il.HV ssim,  !'��������� I  Veil m.v wash tin* bu, III I'nw.Hne  bv sno-ii.l- II Up ami dmvii UlUil tha  Pk-"|i, 1    M'liles   rit   tlie   tint lorn  of   Hia  ll.|illd  1,1 von rmiv dip it In enbl wtitrch,  v.t v   >l tu tit ty   bine,I,  and   hans   it   to  ,|fV   'll.f,    the  -Hi   '������(!   B''f   St   I'   'f"1"  tlllir limn K I'll' 11 elinn- ������i"l blilsll  g.'i,������|v   11.  ,i|������l<ii|������f   (In    i,..vvil������r     I'url  1 , , 1 ���������' I    ,-'ir,|f  j,, it',    ���������: , 1. , v. t  'tn ���������   ���������  pi t.- ef  a siovi',  I n.i't   n v   to   d"'"  * ',"   u"h'������������  y,..,     ! ., .,      >���������!  - ;���������      ��������� %���������     ��������� '        1.     *..;������t  In  Iin > >     Y>-i|  will r 1 THE NE>VS, CUMBKRLAMU, BRITISH COLUMBIA^  arc now established in our new premises and  hviu* vour iuspection of our stock. We have  just opened out a new line of  ORBSSBRS and STANDS 9AZ fn ttC PER  Ranging In Price Prom    fUJ W fW SET  Our stock is now LARGER and BETTER ASSORTMENT IN ALL LINES than ever before.  The Furniture Store  A.McKINNON  Mc I 'bee Block, Cumberland, B. C.  D  ;e  Locals.  FOUND���������One   large wooden  tank, about half a mil** off Shelter  Point, on June   1st.    Owner can  have same by paying ���������..xpensee.  Alex. Salmond, C"inox, B. C.  Hock Bay Hotel, Rock Bay, Comox District, owned by the Hast  inga Mill Co., have had their   license cancelled.  See C. C Segravi* if you want  a Piano, Organ, Srwinu Machine,  agent for all sorts nf musical instruments, .Cumberland, B. C.  General Manapcr Oulson and  Mr. Sutton, left mi Thursday  morning for Victoria. (-Jeo. Tarbell took the party by aiifo a_ far  .*;s Wellington.   ��������� ���������  li. Nun 118 left fur Victoria by  Sunday's boat,  It. H Robertson ami P. Dunn  were passengers to Ymuvmver, by  liy Sunday'* boat.  A football match was ptayed  here, on Saturday evening last,  between a team Irom H. AL Ships  at Comox, and a Cumberland team.  The game was an exciting one,  neither side scoring until near the  end of thu second half of the game  when the home team, made two  goals, winning by a score of 2���������0.  CANADA'S CONVICTS  There are fix penitentiaries in  the Dominion, aiid the population  of these institutions iu the fiscal  year 10O8-'OD was 1,765. Their  nationality, as indicated by coun-  lryj^biith.jj_jL^fpJlflj������&  8, When in doubt  Lead Trumps;  and when you  want a Cooling  and : E^fresh-  Beverage  Drink  Pilsener  The  Purest  and Best  BEER  on the  Coast.  and made in  Cumberland.  TENDERS  TENDERS will be received up  to June 80th, for the dressing np  of a flag pole and erecting tackle  to raise same. Separate tenders  will also be received for digging  hole lor flag pole. For further  particulars npply to T, Carey, Secretary Cumberland School Board.  lHIHIHIIMHllllllf  By request of a number of his  regular customers, W.J. Goard,  the well known piano tuner, will  make a special trip here in July.  Leave orders at this ollice.  ���������I,.},i:.lI..I,.2,.I.,*}i,}.ij,.H������I-l������I"l������l-H*������l-H'  #(^NI^������������NI^<I^NWi>������l^*������^*Ml%  Canada, 1,040; Englaud, 10'J,  Scotland, 84; Ireland, 54; other  British, 28; United States, 181;  Italy, 71'; Russia, 81; Germany,  27; Austria, 23;France, 19; Den-  mark, 15; China, 16; other countries, 20.  TheCanadian.bom constitute 5!)  per cent.; the British-born outside  Mies William*, of   Vancouver, |0f Canada, 18 percent.; and  for*  The members of Mi unit Horeb  L, O. L. will attend >������*rvice at  Grace Methodist Churon. on Sunday uvening ntnt.  Correspondence.  wiling Cumberland, and is the'  giu-st of her sister, Mr*. 1),   Kil-  pa-.riclc.  Alex McNeil arrived home from  Vancouver by ThiirMH1* boat.  Tlie examination? ol tlie High  School pupils, are now in full  swing. There are nine pupils  writing ut Cumberland Centre,  threo in tht* advanced flag* junior grade and six iu llm junior  grade preliminary stage,  m. ���������        >   in ���������  Principal Palmer, of tlid High  School, left by Saturday V. boat on  I.i*i summer vacation, \iiiiuh will  be spilt at Victoria and Vancouver.  eiguers, 23 por cent. Ten per  cent, are under 20 years of ng<\  774 are between 20 and 80 years;  and 447 are betweeu 30 and 40  years of age. Fifteen per cent.  are unable to read or write. Se*  veutcen per cent, have been total  abstainers, and 40 per cent, hove  been intemperate. In civil condition, 1.106 are single, 512 married, and 57 widowed.    Tlio aver-  Editor Cumberland News.  Sir: The item referred to iu  your paper in reference to the  strike in the Grantham road dis-1  trict is misleading. Owing to  general dissatisfaction to the way  the work has been conducted,  caused the strike. The undersigned committee waited on Mr.  Haird, Gov't Agent, and laid the  matter before him, and he agreed  to lay off the work until' Mr J  Maiison,- M. P. P., could  be heard from. We also forwarded the iuiuutes of rhe road meet  Miss I, Wall  Ml  boat for Vancouver.  Friday'**  Principal Boyer will  Kurd this  week for Vancouver,  Mr. Joe Sum-art )������ift i.j Friday V  boat fur Vancouver.  New Matrimonial  Commandments.  Berlin, June 25 ���������Germany has  taken over wholesale the brilliant  idea initiated by the official Italian  marriage gazette and the>e is now  published the German edition of  the ten commandants for husband?  It should be explained that the ten  commandants, which here follows,  are intended and taken seriously  and are by no means a joke  J. Don't quarrel with your wif<*  even when she annoys you. Hear  and judge justly, but not weakly.  2. Endure the frivolity of your  wife, but don't let it go too far.  3 According to your income provide llie necessary money for your  household, but don't let more be  spent lhan you can afford.  4 Take care that   your apart  ment and clothing pf yorurself and  wife match yvmr social position.   5.._J}.onlt.aho.w���������youc���������wif^a-in-  imate friends to setllein your house,  and don't bring your male friends  in too often.  ti. Women hate newspapers and  serious bojkg. Don't let your wif������*  rob you cf literatv pabulum. In-  ������ist on saving time by rending in  bed or at meals.  7. Have one sleeping apartment. You dou't want your wife  lobe too independent.  8. Treat your wife affectionate  ly. Tn Ik over household ufuirs with  her and conceal nothing of your  life from her.    IiiBist that bhe do  the same.  I).   In    your   homo  your   wife  George Kono  _CONTR ACTOR  All Kinds ol Railroad and Sawmill Work  UogsUng, Clearing Land, Ditching  Drain Work etc  Contracts Taken Anywhere in  Comox Distriot  PHONE 21  P. O. BOX 134  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  fA FEW PERSONS WANTED.f  To complete syndicate now forming for the purpose of  buying 4,000 acres of B.C. fruit land, $50.00 cash  required and large profits assured'. Send for prospectus and full particulars to the *"������������������'���������'  Kootenay Fruit Land Syndicate,!  33B HOMRR STREET,  VANCOUVER, B. C. J  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������-������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������t  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOli-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS ffiAfiE TO   Of*t>ER Rfi&  IN ANV STYIiE YOU WISH,  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to 940.  C UMBER LAN D,  B. C.  **A**AA***V-*A**A*AAAJ    ^^^WMVWMVWWWW  uuiwiiUHuiHaiininHiuHnmutMtHiHmmiuiHitumr  Capital $5,000,000.  Reserve (8,700,000  i  The Royal Bank of Canada.  CUMBERLAND It  0  Bub-Branches at Courtenay and Union Bay.  ing to Mr. Manson,-arid he   has!,UUst be mistress.    But yuu must  written to tjs, promising to give j provide the final court of o.mtrol.  the matter his earliest personal  attention.  We might also mention   that  , ., . t. ������������������ ,���������   the workmen referred to are the  age daily population  was 1,(125. '    .    ,       .,    . t  J?       .   .   , .    , ,     at'Utal resident property owners  olio criminal record   snows that      ,     .        .. tl    ,.. . .      ,  , in-   ���������   , . and voters oI the district aim not  1,435 oJronders   are serving hm!    ,      ,    r       , .    ,  "        ' a bunch of workmen who have  term; 'ili'i second term; 65 a third  term; (15 a third term; and there is  uo interest whatever, in how the  work   is done nud who do   not  Mr. Kicliurd Com jr. arrived  iioiiin en Sunday lust, fmiii Ketch-  ikiii', Alaska whur* In* In.* been  ���������landing tht������ i_������t four iiiunthr.  ������������������Hick'" looks ��������������� if the i.tr north  ngrrfd with liiin.  Mr. Ilrrt Strtvi.Min returned  fr hi Campbell Hiver on Monday,  nltt������rr> lm wn������ attend mi: ttii' i-pwi-  i i^ ol tun HfW Willow* ilnti'l on  !��������� inlay Ih-i. Hnrt, sm\o i was n  ^niiiii affair, Uij_t3 iiiiui,>i ,* uttntiil  nli;. and liiat lite) \wn- . im'rlain*  i . ,��������� Ue puiii't*..  ono cmu each   of   tenth, twelfth ...  and Mteenth terms,    In duration | loo^U|0������ tU������ raatter US tt 1>CUy  of sentence, (Klaro serving   lif������j8cl^a"We  terms, but the majority aru serving periods of two, three,  live or i  iwvmii years respectively, The clas*  siHcatioi. by occ.ipmioi. show that     Coimnittcc appointed  by the  (JOH ntgistuiwl m laborers and ioqi meeting,  as farmers���������iIiuko being   llm two  largest slnglo classes. qLu   UuklQ.*  Signed) C. H, Williams,  If. Scott Portkous,  H. Uusskll.  10.���������Rehpeut your wife's parents,  and ree thut she respects yours.  Accept the advice of her parent*,  but follow your own opinions,  MARRIACEA LA MODE.  The Melfort Moon (Saskatche  wan)  describes a wedding  that  occurred   there  recently in the  following laugnagc:  '���������We are pleased to announce  the marriage of Ka������ue*pow*pe*  moti'tute [the man who walks in  the dark) to Miss Koo Koos-Ka-  iu*tow-nio*what [the ludy who is  fond of bacon [daughter ������������f the  widow Heaver Talc, This was  the event of the season, both the  young piople moving in the bwt  DRAFTS  ISSUED IN  ANY CURRENCY,  OVER THE WOULD.  PAYABLE   ALL  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS and interest at Current Rates allowed on  Deposits of ll.OQ and upwards.  M. P.MONTOOMBRY, Manager.  MMIIIItlllllim  ���������P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  ������GxaxB&iXS)������^^  CUMBERLAND TAILOR  Miss Jano Livingston, of C,|M      Wm. Ueosman, a., employee of j ^      The brW ��������� lookcd  gow, Jutland arrived on   1.,,,-1 te haser Iiiver Liiniber Co , at U       hmdmnc jn ft JI|ldw|1 ���������  day of hint ww.li, on  ��������������� extended Cuiirtemiy,   ww   found   .M   J������"b|unkct, (,rnped urti8licnIIv ov/r  nsit to her friends, Mr. and Mr*.,* water closet pit at (Jitmp No   ..;one 8,louMcl. *     *nffl of' w,|Jte  Jiihti Jack.  JlIUTl7rAt'l',,i~llav oi.!"'11 ,"e������nV,,"1l,,,wril,,,M0 '"":breech clout c  Jill lH--AI t mon mh on t |UW 8unknown,    It Js supi d mo���������^lll(1  Snturday, July 2nd, to Mr. nnd;,,   .  Klf     .      ,      ,     ,,  ,  ,������  ed'"ocassins,  Mrs Thomas Hudson a so.. '',  ' ,   ? Wlm   " *wM '" The bride wai  Mrs. ll.om..HH..������iso������.,aso...        |r|((, ||(lpkf   l||(J ^ 1)flf)ip(, (U|(|  Mixn iifiic Miiiiiu'c Mn- Uiitb  < l.tifmi ami MiM������ Ldiiixii I..v kit* ar  'r**rd ln������in������' from Yah*, U.  C.������ on  i unmiay luul, for siiiniiitr   vaca  t; ������ii  MM.II/. Vr  TIi.-fiw   Mi/*l.-b������ iimI  fnniily were out  driving  i.n   Vfi  day  last,   the   tt'iiiii   run   away,  throwing the occupant*, nut of the  carriage.    Fortiiniitcly they all es  i     , ���������     ,     i i    ,.. i i  > ������jll',U   liDllljtltVtt,        Mi.   lnilill'  MlC  iii'ded in stopping the horses, the  ��������� li iver having lost control,  Um, I . 1 iiinpiH.il MinViii licnn  h\ T������iiirMl������yV Umi,  i<i vur\ lunch lo In* ri'yr������!tU'd. He  was about iliiriy )euis of agti ami  u native of tho United States. A  brother of tho dccaaiud arrived on  ToruitH Junt ai������.-Hon. )Iti������unday last, to take charge of thu  i .      ,       ,, I . ,.    ' remains.  lm ismiiir. wli.isnld In* grunt \ an  .���������huvo!- Muml coal tnlmu* t..(!m,~i Tlw funeral took placo from  .dh.ii Ctdllerlea Cmo^y, lute j���������M; Agrleultuwl Unit, i:������"������t.imy, on  .iiiv.hiiHil   uh  million ilollar* uf  it Thursday   morning last.    Hy -������'lw~rn���������A tii'.   \ '"."',"". '������'   ".'"  },        , h ' ������������oud fringed with red flannel, a  what means the m.fortui.nta man; brcec,, c]ot)t of fijje q]o^   ^  and nothing more.  was a picture in a plaid  ...     ,.  .    .  , shawl of green Mtmioiilte, pi int  striking his liv.i.1. became m.coi.-!Mklrt   wjlll  ve,���������mv   ,of,   prf(r(,f,  cious and Miing into tlw pit, was|wUh plnU hnbv m���������m  ,pon,^,  Hiiiothercd.    The deceased was -M ^y if if wa8 cl'lt (1irt.CU)|rc   fw,���������  sober am highly re-pecu,   young lp|If not w     ft drcssniaker] and  maiMt.ul   h.s  Midden  InJiiugolf;,,   ,ove|y   bo(,ice |lf ^ ^  \y]i'*    *���������*    Mtt.-   InH \1������,w,..tr, ..  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made   o *>der  from 820 to $35    All Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  msmmmmamm^mm������ ft-xsxixgxixs^^  PIANO POLISH  THE  VERY BE8T  Tfy r\ &rwttt*+ rt *Hli������ Pollwh. It wilt  mnlce your IMnno, Ofgnn or Pttrnl-  turo LOOK LIKE NEW   ......  FOR SALE BY CHAS. SEQRAVE  Mr   T   ll'rbit-  'liiiUiliy'*. pti������l.  arrival ,��������� v e I,  the effect was lovely, aud would  have created comment anywhere  "We were all invited to tht  wedding supper at the brid^  wigwam. Such a spread ! All  the di'licncie.*: of the iieiisou-  pounded meat nnd hard grc.���������t^e,  bear fat ami die-meat, hung fish  ���������uid roast doc u'crc among   the  J,*������,!(iir"i I'tmrt ,* t-<u fi 1-0 i<< bi^  J '.tin* Nir.ii'gii kit ������tintN **f iliniiii  atiem.  Monday afternoon nt 2 o'clwk, to  I'.ittmntwl UmwI* nf Hm* C*������.������.l inn. l'w,VlerUl1 ������l"������r������'������i   ������l������w aer-  Vorthoni Umllnay f>iii|Wuv.       ! v������w������ W|4* hw,J������l,,w,co  to I*������������*������������>-j n>atiy jjood things net  before lis  It it- t.utrstoo I font Mr.W,-- ',"m,,   ������*������,wl*,������,y'  '������-*   imcrmei.i, 1 Mfot'etht-r, it was tin- real thing  titur ttx**'m������l wait Utr bii* ������������������������������������,, |"bu U������* T. M������i������4i������������ ofBdutuig.    j in wcivty fuuctiouii.  4..1   iU4   in    r������'iiiM***tiiig   n���������M. "... ,  *,   .,                 !           "" ���������-- ���������������������������������"��������� -  1    1  1         1   -        ������i.      /     , Mtmara V ietor 11.   11 ni*.#n mim I    ytr ������������a ...   t   ...   ..    ,  fufiili< lo* ui������*d aix million, fur tin* ..        ,.,.    , I    -Mr, mid .\|r������ ,I. \\    Hrvdi-n ar  ,        ..,   ...                ,. IVn-v* Witieh Murium n, i.,���������������          ,,        ,       ,.           *    ,  ,.nr. lm**-of Ibe il* per  ,1   ������ -��������������������������� f .'     civ������*.| Iioiiim fruni \ uiuim ������n lut������������������  ,.       . . ,        , .lllllli OU  Wll.hlWmirt.,   !,������,,������,  nditiii Nwrlla/11   Uv������u.. ,ay ol last w<xk.  WE HAVE HONEY  To invest in any sound proposition,   TIMBER  COAL, or AGRICULTURAL LANDS.  Make a clear sketch and write fully in your first letter  if yon want a definite answer,  Western Canada Investment Company,  &u1t������ 4JJ, Plaok Block, Vancouver, H.C.  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