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The Cumberland News Jul 26, 1910

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 J .A   f    ' ������C.-**f''   -"���������   *^<. ������,���������*/    v   /'  r^.^V.-  ���������-^A'--^A-kA./^-,f:...f^%-,  A Journal Deyoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  Thr Nrws, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY, JULY 26,  ,3J?7  ������M^I^(^^NppMWaplii^*i*������*i  THE BIG STORE  mmT^t-*a-r*m**%mm  This hot weather means  vacation time and you wi  doubt want to get away  a visit somewhere. You  want a  Suit Case, Valise, Telescope, or Trunk.  SUITCASES  We have just reeeived a new shipment of these and  can show you. a splendid assortment.  Imported Grain Fibre and  Brown En unit* I led  01.>th,  Handsoine Finish, BruaB Piute I Locks,"        $->.5() &. $3.75  Heavy lUllun, Leather Bourn), -BrasH Studs it Lo ks      .MOO  Hiiavy Canvas, Steel Fruiiie,  Hras? Lock.-.    A  f])!<*ii  did article to stand all kind-" f .we-.-.r.. $<> 00  ���������   Sol.d Brown Leather, eulid li.ns-i Lock?, Lii en  ...:..:. \\.-."... .. ....................$8.t)0  Heavy Solid Russet Lea'her, Linen Lint-d,  Shin  Pockets, Solid Brass Lucks & B01, s     . $10 i.i$]2  trunks    ;:'"";;: "'.���������'  AU kind? and sizes, the better ones having two Cloihcs  Trays and Solid Brass Looks and Cianps.  Prices, 14.50, 5.00.(5 00, 0 75, 7 00, 8.00, $15 & $19  TELESCOPES   "He"rt"v"y"Otinvas7soine"r-.either"Bourd,"75c"lo"$3.00r ~"     '~  VALISES  Imitation GraiD and  Solid Lea?her from 75e to $9.50  TENTS  6x8x2 $6.50  7 x 10 x 24 $8.00',   10 x 12 x 3 $10.50  EVERY   ROLL OF WALLPAPER IN  STORE HALF   PRICE j  GIVK US A TRIAL ORDER IN GROCERIES  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland.  tW>^^****Avv������M^i'WVf^A%*  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  FOR  Furniture  Wallpaper  Mixed  Paints  Beds and Bedding,  SHOVES  and  RANGES,  ������?���������_-!���������T*aT-_iy������������t������aTj������T.wtwfi������T������TiiiTMfMT���������*������  "f\mammmme*fmmmmmmmmW  *66������������6������������������*t***6t**������4������* *tt*4991k 6******&&������������66A  4%      "- '9*  | THE CORNER STORE I  J-Our   Special Sale for Eight Da)'s  is fc  I going, strong.     Hundreds  ot   people |  I visited the store on; Saturday and ben- j������  *%i mr m_  Refitted from the good   values they   re- |  I ceived.    Everything   in   the store   in I  TH������  The Magnet Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.1-'  iTsrmy&frx*  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company\s HHKR  Wholesale Dealers iu all Kinds ol  Wines aud Liquors,  SECOND    STREET  A Climb in the Rockies.  [ByT.F. Barron, B.A.]  On August Uth, 1000. tlio  JlnulT local. " Crng mid Cii'ion,"  published tho following:  "On Monday afternoon a party  ooniprWug Misses Amy Thriiuhh',  l\ mid M McLean, Winnipeg; II.  Tweodio, Messrs 0 Stnndish, Kd,  Akhurst, Hurry Hnzoldon, and  IlwWil Haggith, all of IhinlTj  Mr T J IJ111T..11, Ci.nrtona.v, B.O,  mill Kim*. H, Wood, Saskatoon,  Sa*k.,drovt������ out to Lako Minim-  wiiitkti, Corporal Townsoiid, K.N.  W. M. L',, joining the parry on tho  wnv, nud went per launch to tho  litkesido oninp nt tlio foot of Ayl-  incr I*ii6i', when* thoy bivouacked  fvi the night. Next morning tho  eliltibof Muiinl Aylinor wiih mado  i\���������, .nniinlt lii-itiii* ntt'iiiKid    itlinnt  (..���������  11 * ton, and tlio camp nt the lako  ngaln nlMJut Vi*\ ItouiH from tlio  timo of tlio morning start. Tlio  tirod hnt hnppy climbers chiiiu  Itaek to \Uiiff im Tmsdny i*v#*?i.  leg."  Being ono ot thin party I um in  a jioMtion to givo h fuller iicpniiu.  of thoaliovt* mom j.������������ climb, which  account I now *end yon fur tin*  CuiiilHTlHnd N>.wt������, according to  my )������r<Htif������<H tuiuo lino* ������go,  (iur [utr'.y left tho tvwu ubout 4  p.m. in two sections for LnlusMiu-  nowiinkn, whoro we oxpeotod to  moot tho small stoiuiior which plies  the watoih uf that uwgnilicoiit  hike,  KhcIi ineinhor of tho party was  provided with a stool pointed Alp.  ino stock, oorkod shoes, and a pair  of lilunkotH. A coniiulhHni'iat hnd  hi'on apptiintoil t" look ufior uiuaU,  nevertheless everyone hml in addition a supply of his own,  Tho drive to tho lako wiih full  of interest at ovory point, lending  pant gigaiitio mountains, foaming  onwendos and doop canons. Kii  routo wo mot a party of young  ladieti on hooohauk wintering at ������  1 1 tO * 11        ���������   , ���������  f,w ������������������  -|/..v.,..       , .njf   mi. 11.Ill  lining  .uti niii umi iuuU'i miiior liuruo an  thoy approtwhod, Thoy soomod to  ho on joying thomi������olvon,  W<! reat'hi'il tlio Im1;d tdioro iihout  0 o'clock innl noon aawour Htowiier  in the dintaitco, J ont m wo had  all Imiui'iIoiI tlio i������teamer, Oorpoml  Townsoiiil mid another inun cauu*  paddling up lu a eriiioo, ami at tint  request of aome **iir paity tho Cor-  pornl j^iirifd in to not tit- jitiidc.  Wo Btoainoil a few inilot. up tho  Ink* lo tho fwt of M*iiM,i������ AyiuirT,  whort' ������t< itituiitloii to Qtmp for lh������-  nigh?, Tlm Kinniy, ������* aofiwmntl  nhmg ���������*������������ Kiisgiiitiivtit iiovoml do-  (Coiitfrmitl 011 ptijju **.)  1,' >*!.A IL.... --.���������.'- II -U. ,.A I  Development? League.  The Development League met  on Monday evening, there being  present, President Shaw, Secretary Acton and Messrs Cart  wright, MeLeod,, Wilt. Clinton,  Sniithe aud Siddall  The minutesof.previous meeting were read and.adopted.  Several communications' were  received, three of which asked  for information about ihe district, The communications were  received and filed,  The League is in receipt of  two hundred.-, copies of "Vancouver Island,'' beautifully illustrated and full of very interesting, reading, matter. It is a  history of the island's resources  and is compiled by Tho Vaucou-  Island Development League,  A communication was received from Hon, Wm, Templenian,  re custom., house olllcer for Cumberland, staling that he had lor-  warded .communication received  from tho letigue lo thc Minister  of L'ustomn.  A. communication committee  was appointed consisting uf Mes  tiers biuithe and Shaw, to net in  conjunction with Secretary Ac-  Ion.  It was regularity moved and  C >0<VI<l(tl|   ������1vi*   t\tl>   1,.1,,>.|1   fir.   ...    m     ��������� ~-J������-v       "i  ami tirciJj.ilL' u ^elision u..!,;^  that the sower loan by law he a-  gain  placed before the people,  aud thai Messrs Smiiho, Acton  ...       , 1 -    .  ,>u\. *.wuVv    lm,-    V-iKU^u    ul     mc 1  inaitcr.���������carried.  Kcv. I'leeniau was iutroducod  to the league   by tho president.  Nlr. L. Nanus spoke 011 the  mcii.iiid uiitil *eivice, and .suul,  iliii* wnilc in Victoria, the In  spcciot luid aj.kt.-d him ii we  coiiiil ������'o without it. Mr. Smitlu*  ,<uo Mi. .siei.viH, -iiigjjoMcd that  the mm vice he improve*! im������ead  uf L.lll'^ .li^COUUUUcd.  I    It was rt-guiarlv moved and  Everyining   in   ine store   in  I DRY    GOODS,    CLOTHING, I  I       HATS &��������� CAPS, is reduced.        "  mi  I Be sure and come this week, as these  prices are  seconded thnt the Provincial  Game Warden be ailred to give  this portion of the district, their  portion of the feathered game being distributed. It was also  moved and seconded, that Wi  ask for a paid game warden for  this portion of the district.-���������carried.  Another Old Timer Passes From Our Midst.  Onco again wo announce' tho  denth of another respected old timer, in tho person of Christina  I toy, (aged 72 years) beloved wiTo  of Mr. Wm, Roy, who resides  near Ciimhorland, Tho dcconso.l  ludy had boon nillng for somo  timo and tonic a snd-  den turn for tho wi*m>, from which  sho never rioov������*roi|, passing nwny  peacefully mi Thursday night, at  10.45.   Tl e Into Mrs, Uoy loaves  II husband, two daughters nnd a  hi*n to mourn hoi* Iimm, Mrs, [\)\'.\  Millard, Comi-oniy; Mrs. Kindloy,  who reside.- in the upper country;  und Ihn'id li������������v, win. lives on tht*  farm, Tho liinornl took pliico on  Saturday, Juno ^.inl, f.n* jutor-  iiioni in the I'resliyioi'liiii oeniotcry  Sinidwick, the   Kevoroiul I). jMu-  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  %  9  9  9-  9  9  9  9  9  ^x&^3Xa)������*SX!)^^  J.N. McLEQD  "DuTiiramr-Averine; CtTMlJEErAN"DrB:c.  i ������������������' $  ^^^^^������*?*������^VV**W *9999ffnf*f^9^9n^mf*y9nfn3m}  YOUR NAMi IS OOOD. *  ANyTHINGIN  THE  JEWELRY   LINE  SOLD on SMALL  MONTHLY  PAYMENTS  STODDART  THE JEWELLER.  gfir Next Joor to tho Uoyal Rank of Canada, Cumberland.  (?)  (!)  t  ���������r  ,+*+**  Gillivruy   oftiointing.   Tho  pull-  hoai'oi'H were Messrs Kohl, Grant,  A. H. Foacey, llichard Dowdall,  Wm, Dtincrtii, Thos. Cairns and  I*. Downey;  CARD OK THANKS.  To the dear friends und neighbors who so kindly assisted us iti  life's gie.'itcst tiiul, and those  who so deftly wove together the  beautiful flowers, we tender out  sincere thaiikn.  William Nov and Intur'lv.  At The City Hall.  A novelty in moving picture*  will be the Vancouver Ifire Brigade fighting a recent fire which  happened iu that city, and which  will be reproduced on the our-  tniu iu tin- City Hall, on next  Monday evening, This is the  most tip to-dnle film that has ever been mown hou- aud should  bc seen by everybody.  ma*m*Smmmmmm  RECEIVED TOO LATE.  Wc have just received a shipment of jute Rugs &  Mattings too late to put in stock and will he placed  on sale at once as wc do not wish to carry  them ov  er for a not lur season  Japaues Jute Mats, pretty designs 3 x 6 ft. $1,50  Japanese Matting*, worth 30 & 35o. NOW 20o������  Japaneflo Mats, 3x6 - - - NOW 50c*  Ladies* Fancy Stockings in Halio, Myrtle  and Oxblood 25o.  CAMPBELL   BROS.  Dunsmuit* Avenae CumbcHerH 40f  in ���������ii_*b!iiiiiY7iHi ��������� n ii-fiJi ii nl 'tab   i m .  lii������^L-lMAjt>������rf>^wJai I   >l H III II   Iml ll" ���������!> _lA _ili_M_������-tMtt THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  * His *  Courtship.  By HELEN R. MARTIN.  Aathor of "Tillies A Hennonita Mtid,"  Copvrighl, JSU7. bv MeCtun, /'/iffiipaACo.  (Continued.) i  i  Ilo was wanted at' tengrn n.v uie!  sputtering of the wick in his lamp j  how the hours had flown. '  "It is goodby as well as good night." j  be Bald as he rose and heW out his !  hand to hor. "1 am going away to-1  morrow."  Tbo sudden blankiioss of Iter face almost alarmed bim. She turned white,  and sbe seemed unable lo speak. !  "But I shall be back within a week." j  he hastened to reassure her. ri"Antl I |  ���������Bhall.be able to tell you everything j  then. I hope. Did you think I inettnt I  I was going to break my promise to j  you?" ���������*  ' '    j  "Going away?" she repeated dully, j  ignoring, his question. "You are go-j  ipgaway?" i  "Believe me." he begged her. "that 11  shall keep my promise to you.    You |  shall know all that 1 know within a  week." j  "I do believe it. It is not that It  is���������that you are going away."  He was puzzled. -It will be dull for  you, you mean, after tho excitement of  our talks in this room."  She drew a long breath, and her  eyes fell from their intent gaze into  his.  "I mean���������since yon came here the  ���������world has seemed full of light. When  you go no doubt it will return to its  original color."  "What color is that?" be asked, smiling.  "A pale drab."  He did not for an instant give a  sentimental interpretation to her words.  "Perhaps it will be well for yout  eyes to have a week's rest from the  _lurid-Jlght..oLji!y���������pi:e^ence,_fojLJ_Ma_4  to bring back news to you that will  dazzle you sure enough unless I am  greatly disappointed,"  "News that will dazzle me? You  mean that you are going to try to secure me a teacher's position?" she asked, with humble gratefulness.  "You would call that dazzling news,  Eunice, if I oaute back with a position for you at teaching school? Well,  well, everything depends upon one's  point of view, of course. There are  aome young women to whom that  ���������would appear a 'pale drab.' I shouldn't  wish lt to my meanest enemy." j  "Then that Isn't what you meant?"   |  "You will be disappointed If I say  ���������or i  "I am In mich siisponso about my  future. I nm quite determined to leave  here and lt would be n relief to me to  tare something definite lu view."        !  "You   inuy   feel   entirely   at   pence  ���������bout thnt. Kunice.   I promise you I'll.  take enre of It for you." !  "Yon are sure you can find me a  frtnee and that I nm uot Imposing ou  your kindness to nsk It of yon?" i  "If I take n day off nnd roll up my  ���������Jeeves to It I mny lw nhlo to accom-  plUh It���������don't give lt a moment's anx-.  ietyT I  The contrast between the prosaic lo1  of a toucher to which she looked nr  a food almost too great tn be hoped  for and the brilliant fate lie knew to  tie possibly hers struck hi in dramatically. I  All the while ho had been talking to'  tier tonight ho hud been trying to  catch night of thnt Index to her Ideality given In the "oniifeHHlon"-the two  Utile moles under her left onr. Flo hml  not boon able tn hoi* them, nnd Ihe  four U'Ritii to trouble hitn that they  were nut there to lie seen, Uo now  ib-elded that he could not go on his  ernmd to Iter mint without this proof  to mill to nil his other evidence.  (Ie put his question with n directness  Hint martlPil Iter  "Tardnn my InqulsltlvenptKi, t. tt do  you litivo two small moles on your nets  under ymir loft ear?'  III* Inquiry deemed to Iter Irrelevant  to the point of madness.  "Whnt Ims thnt to do with It?"        |  "To do with whnt?"  "Wlfli anything. I moan what do ymi  want to know for?"  "To be Hbln lo Identify you nn the  daughter of your father, Please tell  me."  "Yo*. ! hnve."  "Mny I see them?"  Wio liirniil Iter head and he naw the  ���������mull dark spot* nn her white neck,  "Thnttk yon.   If you had the least  tn yon   little eirlS now, If I  don't  j������.������  ��������� way nt once | shnll lm tempted to tell  jou tlw wholo thing. It will bo nn Infinitely bi-ticr Mory. I confidently ������.<���������  Ilt'vo. If I keep It iflfll niy return."  Uo clasped her hnnd, which rented  ,.i.,l ... '.,,-��������� ........   "'..' .. !.    I .: !.< .   '".  ��������� few hour*' sleep before nl* depart until the early morning.  GIIAITKIl XIX.  Mil.    AM)   MUH.    MOltNINtJ.  HTAIt held counsel together  ntul "vtmis U, ���������Miiv.t- u.-tuw- um  elusions.  "tf Hint tli���������re Ur* rlhln't li.u,.   ...,���������.  pin   up  ills ulcere  to down   un   uii.i  be wouldn't hnve the dure to *ponl.  ������p    to   us   no   positive,"    Mr.    M .,n  Ingatnr  gloomily   renminbi     "|,,   i���������.  pure. I  wouldn't give in to htm mil  make out nil that thero money tn ;.,,���������  girl If ( 'ff.l.n'f hiiw nfr-i'd lie'.f   v....  mm tnr iiion-'ii Hint jet-lilx- h li.it he  payed Iio'dilo"  "AImthim   Moniliiffxtwr, jou alu't   ������������������������  log iu up ,.ii.| ibrow #.;.i������,i ut ui.;  girl!" his wife exclaimed incredulously. ]  '"Will'you leave me know, then, bow ;  I'm gettin' out of it?" he demanded.      j  Tbey were together in the kitchen |  just after Kinross* departure on his i  week's absence. .Mr. Morningstar was i  still too ill from his cold to leave the  settee, and his wife was in the act of j  putting a mustard plaster on him when ;  he opened up the" discussion of whit*  lay so heavily on their hearts. j  "lie must have took a shine to l.o !  nice," Mrs. Morningstar lamented, "tit j  Im- takin' up fur ber like what he's d;> ;  in' I don't know what's got into tho ;  men. such dumm taste as tbey all ,  show. There's Ollle���������she's twlcet as !  fat ynd has nicer does and near twlcet ���������  the school!!)' as what Eunice's got. The I  girl's just that tricky she mnkes eyes j  nt the men behind our backs, pop. [  that's wot!" |  "I've been thinkin' it out how we j  could spile him back," Mr. Morning- j  star said, lowering his voice and hull- i  eating with a twirl of his thumb the j  departed boarder, "lf we do bave to  give Eunice thorn $.1,000 wo kin keep it ���������  in the family aud got ahead of thnt  darned towner by innrryln" her to Abe |  right, a ways. Ain't? You see. what!  that city sharper's after Is to,git then I  5M.000 fur hissolf. It ain't often a girl \  ���������even a towner���������has that much to \  bring to her mister. Abe couldn't git !  no girl round here with that much. If j  we do'have to give her the money we .  couldn't do better by Abe than to leave J  hint marry her."  "Well, mehbe." Mrs. Morningstar answered, considering the matter as she  buttoned her husband's shirt over the  plaster. "Rut it would rile me to have  to marry our Abe to u girl we brang  up on charity."  "That ain't neither here nor there."  Mr. Morningstar sneered Irritably at  this sentiment. "What we want is to  settle these here finances without no  more loss than we can't help."  "There's this to say," Mrs. Morningstar added���������"if she marries A be mebbe  tbat underhanded Hen Mneklehenny  will be comlu' back to our Ollie wheu  he sees he can't have Eunice."  "Yes, we'd be spitin' him too." Mr.  Morningstar fairly smacked his lips  with satisfaction. "Tbe hand of Prov-  Idencc would be In it, and it would all  -work-oii t-for-h is-honor���������aiid.glocy._l*e!i,_  1 tell you the Lord sees a many a  thing head of hlsself that way!"  "You're spitin' every oue but the on*  I'd like to spite," snapped Mrs. Mon.  ingstar. "and that's that deceitful girl,  with her snenkln' ways and her playui'  her tricks behind n body's back i-fcer  all we done fur her a'ready!"  "Seems wo haven't darst to talk  about that no more���������what we done fur  her. Seems she done everything fur  us,"'Mr. Morningstar sarcastically added. "Now. look a-here, mom; we'll (ix  It up between Abe and Eunice before  the Doc gits bnck. See? I'll ������o ahead  and tell Abo be bits the daw to pnss  his promise to Eunice, and you kin  tell her sho dare have Abe now without workin' no more tricks vo git him."  It waa a bitter thing to Mm. Morningstar. this task allotted to her, but  It was to become more Ivltter still bo-  fore she was through with It.  It nppeured for n moment tbat It was  going to he made easy. Alio, entirely  unsuspicious of what was brewing,  came to his niotlvr Ihnt very evening  aftor his titty's worlt was over with a  passionate protest against her opposition to his murrylng Kunlce and n plea  that she "leave" hhi have the girl.  "To be sure, I'linloo she known  you're ngln It, s������> she pnrtends sho  don't want mo. You go toll her you're  In fur It���������onr gettin' promised together  -and certainly fiieti she'll be only tno  Bind to git mo."  This wns Abe'n poiut of view.  "(iltid to git .vou! Well, I guess  mpbliel" Mrs, Morningstar retorted.  "It's n wonder yon wouldn't look higher, Abo Morrilngstitr."  "I huvo wonderful tired, mom, of  benrln' of this 'lookln' higher.' I got  iu,v age-I'm n mnn nnd It's my own  tiff a Irs If I look high or low for my  wife. Eunice she suits me nil right.  Kvoit If she won't hnvo no ntisstouer  and nln't got nnthlti' comln' to her,  Blip's anyhow not oiip tn spend nt the  rloea or to run, nnd she's no handy at  fhe work I'd never havo to hire fur  ti������r, Ho if I am Iwkln' low, I uln't  dolt*' so bad, tnkln' It all In all. If you  nml pop would only atop klckln' I'd  mi mn gll her tn pass liar promise. And  I tell you right hero, mom. I'm golu'  to marry her, nuyht������w���������whether yous  like It or whether yous don't. Ho yous  might ns well stop your kkikln.' To  bo sure It would make me los* work  pprstmdln' Kunleo If you* would flop  klckln'.   She's awful stubborn headed  about It."  Mrs. MornlngHtiir miffed contPinptn-  oiwly,  "tli'h, but men U dwtun things!   Her  Httiblwirii headed nhnut tnkln' you!���������  V, lull Mil-h IHJVII llltthl.l c,li> .,, .mil u.iu  tt'.'b.^- I" ,1,'H yf.n ever ^i.i-o -'mii wn*  In long punts n'ready nnd she wns In  long frocks!"  "I nin'i took nolle* alio wiih iryin' lo  git uie," Abe u as worm 1 sullenly, "I  ciin't never gll hor lo bo oven amiable  vmiii  inc.    Ami neluie Mi������-������l *ii uu,.,;,.  rid In* or to ii circus wllh mo! Ceri'nly  thut was bocntiHO alio hud nfrnlil of  yuu*."  "Well. Abe, neeln' thin hero'atbp way  you feel ami you boln' my own hod  Unit way, I'll put to aside tuy regret*  ���������i.i| '...,,1  Ini- have you.    I'll t< U tier  ! tomorrow."  .'.!���������' v. ,ia ll"f'it!l*'he.J nf hU i-f-y ������i|f.  , I*-- ttlih hi* mothor. He hml anile).  1 pitted it loiiiploto muting,  "Will jinn   innbe  It  all   ritiit   ������lth  fK.p'.''  iM. ongorly nml gratefully  In-  i|nhii|.  \'. .Ui ������iililfo diplomacy the nu-ti.re,|  , t!..i.    !..   ...odd.  (    li  wim not  until the neit i'miuiu  Hint >',e Uri'i'gUt bomolf to t.i-..;t< ti tli'*  i.bje, I  ti 111, 1.Ill)left.  U iii-ii ttie fvoning clmr������M were f*n-  FOOT OF THE HORSE.  ished and the girl was about to rake  her lamp to go up to bed. she stopped  her aud made her sit down with bor In Disease and Deformitiea Prevented hy  the kitchen. i      Eaply Attentjon to Young Stock.  "I got to speak som^pin to you." she j   M   t ownprs of large brwdlug es-  begau.in a tone of sullen reluctance, tal)lislum,uts of raclnB slock are fu���������y  her whole person bristling with the an- |U,U"S,U,1W,,D .            *���������                         '  tagonism she felt against her,enforced la,lvo u' ,he "ul������-������"������nM of ^upplylns  concession.  "Me and pop's been riilkiii* I conditions   iimler   which   the   foot  it over, and we conceited we'd tell vou I their   young   stock   shall   bave   every  SOIL FERTILITY.  that   you'd   worked   pretty   good   nud ! chance   of   proper  development,   pad-  steady fur us .und now that you're got liiocks  of  sound   turf  or dry  your age and ain't got no more claim |suij.  on us we wouldn't like to see you !  throwed out on the world neither, see- I  In' how we brang you up like our own. j  So we just conceited that rather'u let j  you unpurteetod on tho world we'd |  keep on belli' parents to you. though, j  lo be sure, we thought to look higher j  fur our Abe, him boln' our only son."  Eunice, sitting opposite her at the  kitchen table, was looking at her rather vaguely. liiit at this reference to  Abe her eyes lost their absent gaze,  and she met her foster mother's eyes  with a fixity which the latter found almost disconcerting.  She made no reply, but waited in silence for Mrs. Morningstar's ramblings  to como to a focus.  "To be sure, our Abe could do a lot  belief. Rut then, seein' you've got him  so's lie thinks ho wants you. why, us  we're not putt in' no hindrance in your  way.  You kin have him,'"  iOil.  porous  well shaded and well watered.  How to Build Up Land That Has Been  : Overworked.  '    The only way to build up and hold  j the fertility of the soil is to feed a  i large part of the crop and return the  of i manure to the land.    If manure cau-  uot be had, tho next best thing la to  plow under crops grown for the purpose.   Thero should be deep plowing,  but uo subsoillng.   Leguminous crops  PRACTICAL DOUBLE CORNCRIB  With careful  bousing in roomy, louse j should be grown for the nitrogen tbey  boxes, on comfortable dry straw beds, i bestow upon tbe soil.  "Ii be Continued.)  Things Theatrical.  ! surroundings are provided under which  nature seldom fails to supply this vul-  i uable stock  with such  feet as in all  j probability   will   uover,   unless   after-  \ ward abused, give the animals or their  'owners any cause of trouble.     1   Iind  with many small breeders the lust consideration vory frequently is the condition  and  care of  tbe feet  of  their  young   horses,   says   W.   It.   Gilbert.  Many   times   I   bave  seen   promising  two and three year olds with ragged,  split feet and growing into all shapes  but the right one when the most simple  early   attention   would   have   prevented disease or deformity.  Instances are easily forthcoming as  to tlie influence of surrounding conditions upon foot development. Place  two foals at birth under quite opposite  conditions, each having good feot.   Tie  "Tha  Vera Michelena is to appear in  Flirt Ing Princess."  Frederick Lewis Is fo rejoin the  Sotliern-Mtirlowe company.  Nance O'N'eil has made a big personal success in "The Lily.",  Frank Daniels Is playing an Indefinite engagement at Daly's iu New  York In "The Belle of Brittany." .,  Dick Leo. to prove his versatility,  undertook lately to play a different  character it* each of the four acts of  "A Little Brother of the Rich" in New  Vork.  Miss Mary Moore, the leading lady  of Fir Charles Wyndham, who Is accompanying him on his American tour.  is also a partner with him' in his Loudon theater.  The place of George Arllss In "Sep-  ^.J'li  A  il  V ** iff/-* l������9es^JfZr^SS$������.   \  M * Te_  .(���������  w ���������  \  Af  KKADr FOU THE SHOE.  one on wet meadows,  where Its feet  are seldom0 or never on firm grouud;  tbe  other upou  dry   uplands.    From  timus^has4)Heii-taken-hy-ti!atis-B<)gelj-j-the-meadows-vou-bave-softr-aatr-weak-  who was the star's understudy. Mr.  J-osrel played the role of the French  soldier In the story.  Recent Inventions.  To a Philadelphia has been grnnted  ���������1 patent on a machine to pass tobacco  leaves In bundles under X rays te  kill tho small insects which infest  I hem.  A patent has been grnnted on an  electric ^.it trap which resembles a  rather flat boJJ. When a rat climbs up  wn it to reach the bait It completes a  rural circuit.  A piano stoo| that will accomtnodnto  but one person tinder ordinary circumstances, hut which contains leaves  which can be spread to hold two ,to  piny (ltiets, Iihn been Invented by u  L'l.k'tigo.m  By inventing a hairpin the prongs of  which normally are close together, but  which mny be sprung open to insert, a  Pennsylvania womiiu hiw designed a  device more secure than plus of tlio  usual form.  Author of tha Miller Bill,  On account of the very general in.  terest aroused   throughout   the   Dominion by the king nnd hard-fought  Mrugpln in ihe Cnnndinn Parlinment  over tlio bill to iiboliali Bumbling on  the race truck, many people who have  never mot or ever seen the author of  (he  bill,  Mr.  Henry  Horton  Miller,  M.P., aro naturally curious 1o know  what  kind of timti this in, who haa  meeoedpcl in putting up Mieh n Miff  Hpht for his measure Ihnt the recognized political parties, nnd even tho  Ministry   itself, hnve   boon   divided,  with n  (Innl  result Unit tho cloaest  division over recorded  In  ..to Com-  mnn������ wns reached, the bill being just  tlofeatod by ii majority of ono, nnd  that nlthoiiBh many of the ntoet powerful debater*   nnd   utrongest   pnrty  Ipnders on l-nth side* were umiiimt the  l fiieamiro.    In   personal   npponranen,  I Mr.  Miller it> exactly the type of a  ! mnn who would ho expeptod |o pro-  I mote such n bill and to light to tho  \ UA ditch to teawte flu pasunce. Tnll,  gaunt, nilher ungainly in liyuro nnd  earring*, with n net "ilour" faen nnd  n heavy, dctcrtnined-lookiiiB jaw. lu)  , might prmo without  ninkt-tip   for   a  j C'roinwellinii trooper or n member of  Hip Rotindlipiid I'lirlliinteiil,   You enn-  not henr him upenk tn Parliament, or  Ptigagn In five minuted conversation,  : with him, without   being   convinced  ', thnt ho I* n mnn of rn������t-nlool convio-  i tions, and pnmioMPd of determination  \ to curry out Anything he undertake*  to ilo, il it enn he done.   He |������ a Rood,  ; practical speaker ton: not nn orator,  which exnreaae* ju*t whnt h* mennn.  feet, while upon the uplauds tbey have  grown a good shape, tough and endurable in texture.  The best stable treatment Is simple  cleanliness and occasional dressing  with good oil. In fact, treat the horses'  feet ln the same way you would your  best harness.  If a young horse with sound feet be  tnken from n dry pasture he will bo  fit for shoeing at ouce, so far ns the  feot nro concerned, but a colt should  have bis first training lessons In the  Btables and not In the shoeing forge  'and when quiet to handle should be  shod.  I nm suro thnt certain kinds of bedding nre n cntiso of unsoundness In  the foot of horses. 1 hnvo not yet met  with anything so good as wheat straw  The damp portions of litter should bo  removed daily nnd the nntmnl exercised on hard ground. Ench morning  tho litter should be enrefully looked  i over nnd the dry portion removed to  1 the Bides of tho box nnd ovory particle picked out of the feet,  Snwdnst from tho Br or plnp order,  I "believe, lins n dnmnglng effect on  Ihe hoof, but thnt from woods such  nn elm, ash or oak Is a fairly good sub-  itltute for atrnw.  Most soils, even when very poor, as  a general thing, contain plenty of  plant food except nitrogen, ihough  sometimes othor elements are lacking.  The texture must be improved in order to increase fertility uud pliMit food  and hit inus added. Tillage goes a  great way toward improving texture,  but this alone is uot enough. Humus  must be added, and in doiug so plant  food is added, making the soil more  permeable to air and water.  Humus is supplied to the soil, first,  by the addition of stable manure, and  this is probably the best method, calling for more forage crops and more  sIock; second, by planting crop;- li.r  tnrt purpose of turning tbem under  (plowing uuder green, crops Is called  green manuring); third, by growing  clover and timothy, which are usually  left down for several years, during  which time their roots thoroughly penetrate the soil. Old roots decay and  new roots grow. After tho sod is  plowed up considerable vegetable matter is turned under. With the mass of  roots in the soil, this adds considerable humus. The advantage from the  cultivation of clovers and alfalfa Is  found in the fact tbat they are deep  rooted plants, and when their roots  decay they have channels deep into  the earth, thus aiding in thc absorption of rains and letting in air to  sweeten the soil.  Probably the most rapid way to  build up a wornout soil when barnyard manure is uot plentiful is to  give it a course of treatment such as  described, then grow ouly forage  crops, buy grain fo feed with them  and return all the manure thus produced to the land. Dairy farming  permits such a system to be followed,  and no .other type ,..of farming builds  Well Arranged For Granary and Other  Storage Purposes.  A convenient double corncrib may  be fifty feet long, with eight foot  wings and an eight foot driveway  through the center. The space over  the driveway may be used as a granary, access to the same being through'  large windows iii each ond of Unbuilding. Oats are particularly we'.I  suited to be stored in a place like this  Working the Brood Mara.  A knowledge of Just whnt Is right  and wife t������ do with n working brood  mnre will prevent some llttlp mlstiike  which perhaps mny hiivp aprloun con-  sequences nud will enable one to mako  the bPHt possible um* of her time.  WhllP n mnre may sufply bo worked  hard nnd steadily from the day ahe la  bred until tlio dny she drops her foul,  slip should bo kept olPiir of excessively  hard pulls nnd strains, such na ure  apt to occur In hauling grain on the  rond In n hilly country, working with  imooth shoes or none nt nil when thn  ronds nre ley nnd hnullng feed nnd  manure through muddy Holds nnd feed  lot* In thp curly aprlng.  Careful hnullng nn thp rnnd nnd  atendy work In the field, putting In  cropa nnd tending them nre very anfn  for Ihe mnre, I hnve \\ned mnrea nt  aprlng plowing np to tho dny their  fonlK w*erp dropped, mny a s Itoraeninn.  Dairy Wladem.  Winter hutter anlla nt ii fnnry price,  hut not wIipii thn milk nntl crenm nre  allowed lo colipct kitchen and cellar  odors,  Ton miirh crenm for the enlf In nbout  aa bftd nn ton much mnnpy for Ihe bny,  Milk cows ahould he groomed not  moro thnn onp hour before milking,  A  Ptlff bnmh should  be uaed to re.  up land so quickly. <~    ~ T  Professor  W.  J.   Splllmnn.  agricul- j  turist, in charge of farm management :  investigations.  United  Stares  bureau ;  of plant industry, Buys,another type i  that gives quick results Is to grow a ',  succession of pasture crops for hogs,  keep the hogs on these pastures and  feed them a fourth to a half ration of ,  grain.'  In   middle  latitudes  the foi-i  lowing system is adapted to this type.I  of filrmlng: /Crow corn enough for the I  pigs  on   part  of  the  farm,  sowing  either cowpeaa or crimson clover or  rye In tho corn yearly to keep up fertility.   Tho two latter crops furnish  winter pasture for the pigs,   On tho  remainder of the farm run tho following threo year rotation: Sow ontn  In early spring, follow by rye sown  curly In August, follow this by sorghum  tbt* following spring, In September or October sow rye ngnln nfter  tho sorghum, late the next apt-lug sow  cither sorghum or cowpeas nud begin  over nguln with oats the succeeding  aprlng. _____ I  Traa Planting.  Por extensive planting whlto plnont  present Is tho only tree which enn bo  obtained In large numbers. It Is nlso  ntreo which Is adapted to almost any  kind of soil nud which makes n quick  growth of vnlunblo timber. The blight  which has attacked the pines during  the pnst fpw yonrs Is sotnowlmt of n  drawback to the growth, nnd moro or  less attention Is being directed to other trees, Including spruce nud chestnut ______  Comfort For 8lek Animals.  A sick nnlmn! Hhould be placed In a  well disinfected nnd dry boi stnll  with plenty of bedding nnd sunlight  (avoid drnfta), In cold weather place  n blanket on the unliiiiil, fond sparingly with digestible food, such as bran  mashes made of Unseed ton; keep  uinnger sweet nnd clean. Water should  be puro nnd clenn nnd warmed when  nocoaaury, It Is always necessary for  now milk cowa to be givon wnrm wator. ___������_  Guy Pelt Support Por Prult Trees.  lf fruit trees nro long limbed nnd  high headed, support with n guy pole.  Lush the guy polo tn tho tree nt the  foot aud at fho forks.   Urn neb guy  CRIB VH1B LOFT OVEK DBIVBWATt  on account of their lightness as compared with other grains. The roof  should be of the hip design, and oiv  the lower slant cupolas eypry ten feeC  should be made, through which the-  end of the conveyor or elevator may  be Inserted. In place of the four cupolas one may be substituted which wilt  ran the entire length of the roof, being closed by u hinged door.  The second .illustration shows thi*  end elevation of a double corncrib.  which is described us follows: Thi*  plan is for a 24 by 30 building, with n  dog house roof extension, which ha*  four windows on each side, used as"-  holes to run corn into, also for light.  A chute at the end of the elevator conducts the corn into the bin. The chute-  is made portable, so that it fits in eb  ther space. The dog house has a door  at either end, so that a conveyor can-  be used if desired. The dog house ex-  -tension���������has���������-three���������good���������-features.���������  First. It furnishes plenty of light and-  a good circulation of air; second; it  affords an opportunity to fill the crllf  from bottom to roof and from end'to  eud, and, third, it furnishes a fine-  place to hang and dry seed corn. The  foundation is made of concrete, 6 by (F  at the top and 8 by 8 at the bottouir  move dry  mn Iter and plncea soiled |  I lie bill *������' ccrtitinfy ptitthed fer nil ' with frv������h tiutuure donned b)  vv.ioli-  It was worth In Mr, Miller'* hands, .  and if lie doe* not bring it up again, I  nnd secure its adoption, thone who |  know him well will he mirprUed, Mr, j  Miller, who repri'MPriU Smith Grey in I  Vlll-   llllllru   t'l   1 MliilliiliT.   ly.   \\,,-   ������nl|   1,1  n  father   ol   Seolch   nml   American j  descent brought up in Onn-win, and i.f |  a Cnnndinn mother of Irixh di"*eent. I  Owen  Sound  wn������ his  native  plnce,  nnd he wn* born in l������fll.   He live* at  Hanover. Out,, where ho i* n dealer I  in real e������t������tp,   He I* a Methndiiit snd !  Hi-tively inlfii'Mci! in (lie li.Ciil church  and In the governing body ol th������t 1  denomination  Ing.  Take the milk to the house directly  after yon nre through milking. Ynu  rnnnot afford tn run the risk of losing  nr i������pttltif ill tli Into the fond row hnve  received from yonr cowa.  Mangers Too High and Oesp.  If lioi-spH could speak there would he!  I general outcry ngnltisl The manger* i  In use, any* the Kiirm .lonrnnl. Moat 1  of fhem nre *ef Km hl-rh nnd are tool  de������������p. In'sldea Mug llubt on the bottom fn-*tertit of Muffed to (pi the dnat,  j rod buy meed through I mat la one of i  ihe horse'* worst enemies and often ���������  A Victoria Tragedy.  A pathetic fatality orcurr������-d nl Ki������.! ���������"������"*���������" ���������''* ������������*������������������������������������!'��������������� npiwratiia. ran*  entoo Station. VIHnrln.. Aiutraha. " " "     "'        * " ""    "  . .. recently, when Cltnrle# Ittmelt **������r*et  met hi* dffllh, It* ma* eenveyuigthe'  now Irom ������n wit ������tntinn to' Mr. H.I  Wntte, ol thr tb-Mih >���������! Vim tnttwtn-"  law, ami when within 150 v*������rd������ oil  Wnitp't* hon-e *������������ ������ttu!' ���������', ui \,m i  lithtning, which alto killoi ||,������ Urwi j  tie waa rfJin*.  Ing hlm mlaerr fi* life,   Rvery man- \  ter should have n haywh In front of raor ron ravntubis.  It. tied 'hit* ������h'������u!d hate a slatted tmt- wire and tie in HiiIm. stake pieces of  torn    The hor������e tbat get* his hay In itoard and supimrt several Iltnba. Tben  Iht* rnnTWMr. pnlHng It ttvmtigh a raeli t������ no rentem why guys f������nri<>t \te left  level with the manm.wlll not breaths permanently.  I'ropa will allp out and  ������������������ *������  dud will iml  Imve dust In bis limb* spill down aud dlNllguri* *<iiiuiilil<  !l ireen.  DOUBLE CRIB Wtin CHOHt  started below frost line, nud tbe loner  wulls nud driveway are also to b������'  made of solid concrete, Tbe dimension stuff Is h mutter of choice. For  outer sills select (1 by tl, and for the-  inner or the solid walls li by 8 answer the purpose very well, laid down  tlu I, with n ll by 0 set on edge and.  studding cut out so they come out  llusli wltb tbe outside of tbo wall. For  siding take the bevel edge crib siding, leaving a spuco of one and one-  half inchos between the boards.  Apples In Boxes.  This subject would be threadbare*  witb all tbo discussion it has bad of  late were It not for tbo urgency of tbe*  facts, The npplo barrel Is by no means  a satisfactory package, especially to*  tho shipper of good apples, aud In spite  of obstacles the apple box Is making  progress, A larger proportion of last  year's apple crop was aold In boxes  than ever before. These facts carar  most painfully to tbe nttcutlou of eastern apple grower* when all through*  tbe wintor months Oregon apples In  boxes sold at good prices in nil eastern cities, wbllo Now York aod New*  Kngland fruit waf u drug In tho market. It wns a situation which eoulit  leave uo doubt in the eastern apple  grower's mind thnt something has to  be done, Naturally the eastern grower,  who sees his market thus cut out front"  under blm, thinks llrst of boxing his  own apples, He considers also the  fancy packing, tniderniirkliig and other selling devices ut which the western men nre so clpver, All these  scheme* be must adopt, Imitate or  Improve, Dot there Is one thing more,  and n very Important one. which mnst  lie taken Into ibe account, ibe eastern gruw������r mu,*i fciwit Ix.iin liuli.  Kiistern apples are conceded to be of  bettor iiunllty than Pacific coast etoek,  but the eastern grower has rolled quite  too nitich on this aingle fact, Thr  western Armies nre allowed lo have-  the best color and finish, but again  the eastern grower has taken this estimate loo much for granted. The high  quality of New York nnd New England apples mnsi be preserved, augmented and then advertised. The fruit  must be carefully hnnd thinned on tb������  tree* In order to get n uniform grad������  for hot parking. The entor and ������p-  |iciu*wi*o imul bv liuiiiuvcd by better  cure. Western tneltoidaof i-o-oporatlt'e  packing, ahlpvlng and selling must be  atoned. The** are large refonrm  bet\* p. Intrd ont, and the enntern fawner Is a hard sublet! for reform, but  these Inipmretnefit* have all eM to be  ii.-iU     (>iln-rw.u-  u*  (Iti'ituu  apple  **"���������������������������������** will st*i'n������pt1nfe the entire eaat"  I   .,..,.-i,���������i ���������,(..��������� *!.(������ ft������ter*i anpl������-������roW-  -��������� w ui f> lot" tbe wilk bOSlRMft, THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  W  Wj������V'  ZAM-BUK  IWEDTHBBABl  S&x&iiWP'.  Mr*. M. Bantu,  to* Mortaa St.,  Meotrttl, ujn:  "A horrid  rath came oat all over my baby'i face and  spread until it had totally covered his scslp.  It wm irritating and painful, and caused  the little one hours of suffering. We tried  soaps and powders and salves, but he gpi  no better. He refused his food, got quite  thtn and worn, and was reduced to a very  serious condition. I was advised to try;  Zam-Buk, and did so. It was wonderful  how lt seemed to cool and ease the child's I  burning, painful skin. Zam-Buk from the  very commencement seemed to go right to  the spot, and the pimples and sores and the  irritation grew less and lew. Within a  few weeks my baby's skin was healed  completely. He has now not a trace of  rash, or eruption, or ecxema, or burning  sore. Not only so. but cured of the tor-  meeting skin trouble, he hu improved in  general health,"  Zun-Biilc b aold at all item and m������dleio������ t*b-  dori, jtc a tu, er p������M fr������ from Zom-Buk Co.,  Toronto, for price, I bout for $i. jo. A certain can  forjll ikln diwtm, cuti, bumi, etc., apd (orpile*.  Train Girls to Be Colonists  Lady Ernestine Hunt, the noted  horsewoman and traveller has established a school at Cosham Park, near  Portsmouth, where she is training  girls to 'becopie useful- colonists. The  girls, who are from eighteen years  old upwards, are taught housewiferv,  needlework, home nursing, first aid,  gardening, riding and driving. No  servants are kept, all the house and  stable work being done by the pupils,  who ride astride.  AFGHAN AMENITIES.  PI ALMOST.' DROVE  HIM WILD  ,. "What's your order, sir?" asked the  wnit������r.  "Brine me," said tbe wild eyed cus.  tomer, "some medium boiled potatoes!  and some eggs with the jackets on."  "Sir?"  "I don't know whether I've cot that  right or not, waiter." said the wild  eyed man. "hut do the best you can  with it. A big red automobile had to  jump out of my way about two minutes ago to keen me from running over  it, and I'm a bit flustered."    ',.  Consul Edwin N. Ounsnulus, of Jo-  hannesburg, reports that the consumption of iron and steel in the Transvaal mines is estimated at 50,0r0 tons  yearly, valued at $4,500,000. Of this,  $3,000,000 consist of mils, sleepers,  nines and fittings, rook drills, etc.  The Central South African railway,  whose principal offices are. in Johannesburg, also buys 32,000 tons of rails  and sleepers annually.  The Cause  Woggs���������Yesterday must have been  an unfortunate day up your way. -I  see there were four autos smashed,  two trucks overturned, a trolly car  derailed and a score of pedestrians  hurt.  Boggs���������Yes, confound it, and I told  that kid of mine to keep his new velo-  cipede off the street.���������Puck.  A  Little Wisdom  You can turn a crank down, but ha  always turns up.  A woman is loved for her virtues,  and adored ior her weaknesses.  The world expects a man to make  a fool of himsslf over a woman, but  it never forgives a woman who makes  a fool of herself over a man.  To know thyself is wisdom; to know  how to impart that knowledge to  others���������that's cleverness.���������Smart Set.  $100���������REWARD���������$100  The readers ofclhis paper will be  _pleasfcti-to_leam_that4hareJg_at_Isast  one dreaded disease that science has  been able to cure in all its stages,  and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh  Cure is, the only positive cure now  known to the medical fraternity. Ca.  tarrh being a constitutional disease,  requires a constitutional treatment.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken; internally, acting directly upon the blood  and mucous surfaces of the system,,  thereby destroying the foundation of  the disease and giving the patient  strength by building up the constitu.  tion and assisting nature in doing its  work. Tlio proprietors have so much  faith in its curative powers that they  offer One Hundred Dollars for any  case that it fails to cure, Send for list  of testimonials.  Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.,  Toledo, O.  Sold by all Druggists, 75c,  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  It Is a Liver Pill.���������Many of the ail-  ments that man has to" contend with  have their origin in a disordered liver,  which is a delicate organ, peculiarly  susceptible to the disturbances that  come from irregular habits or lack of  care in eating and drinking. This accounts for the great many liver regulators now pressed on the attention of  sufferers. Of these there is none superior to Parmelee's Vegetable Pills.  The,ir operation though gentle is effec-  tive', and the most delicate can use  them.  "Tommy." said the boss, "you ciuif  smoking two or three months ago,  didn't you?"  "Yes, sir," answered the office boy.  "How much have you gained in  woteht?"  "Well, sir, cou^tin' it in pickles I  reckon I've gained about four  pounds." ,  Jealous Natives Cut Off Their Wives'  Noses.  "*  Dr. Theodore L. Pennell, a medical  missionary, lecturing at the Caxton ;  Hull, London, recently, on his experi- ;  cti'ies among the wild tribes of   the ',  Northwest   Frontier   of   India,   said j  wl.ile  at Bannu   it was  no   unusual,!  thing to be called upon to supply arti- ;"������*-asj__  ficial noses for the wive* of men who,  in a fit of jealousy, had cut off the  ends of the noses of their women folk, j    One  man who had cut his wife's i ^  nose off altogether was told by the j Mr. H. Marchessault, High Con-  doctor that, in order to make a good j ?tab!e of the Province of Quebec, who  job of the repair, it would be neces- lives at St. Hyacinthe, thought be was'  sary to send to England for an rrti-   30ing t0 be disabled for life.  "on being told that the cost would , A terrible pain lathe back kept him  be thirty rupees the man   hesitated. !ln the house and under the doctor's  DEFIED    TREATMENT  WAS CUKEJ) AT OXCE I$������  ������������������FKUIT-A-TIVES."  Asked the reason of his hesitation, the  man said, "Well, it's this way, sahib,  I can get a new wife for eighty  rupees." (Laughter.) "However," proceeded the doctor, "he agreed eventually to have the old wife patched up."  "Every year," he added, "we are  called upon to make new noses, and  some of the ladies are very well satis-  ed with the result."  Robbery and brigandage were the  profession of some of the tribes,  especially the Waziris. When,a child  was born his mother usually placed  him in a hole in the wall of the mud-  house, and said to him, "Learn to be  a thief," Thieving was largely done  by digging under the walls of the  mud-houses.  But the Wtiziris also had a sense of  humor. Last year there was a big  assemblage of chiefs at a certain  centre to meet a political officer respecting the lawlessness of the tribes.  Having been sumptuously entertained, they presented the officer with a  beautiful antelope as a mark of appreciation.  Before the chiefs had reached their  hills on the return journey a message  arrived stating that on antelope had  been stolen from the house of a  Nawab.  Speaking of the blood feuds of the  various tribes, Dr.'Pennell said these  were so intense that it was only possible to cultivate land within gunshot  range of the villages, each of which  possessed a gun tower with loopholes  for firing. Each man worked in the  fieMs with a rifle over one shoulder  and cartridges in his belt, in order to  be ready for all emergencies.  In such a district the advantages  oLJDui'opeiW surgery were   naturally  care for months.   Nothing seemed to  give relief.  Then he tried "Fruit-a-tives," the  famous fruit medicine. Note the results.  "Fruit-a-tlves" cured me of chronic  pain in the .back that was so severe  that I could not drive my horse,"  writes Mr. Marchessault.  If you have Weak kidneys and that  Biting Pain in the Back, by all means   r.V"   ;r-   '���������' ��������� t���������������;=��������� t^*- I n#lwit>*i of  try "Fruit-a-tives," which Is made of,������ the Pnncess^Lomse Jor Ludvvig); ot  CLAIMS OF THE LEGITIMIST.  v  Princess Ludwig of Bavaria Is Stuart  Successor to the British Crown.  Probably but few Canadians are  concerned with the claims of the legitimists to the throne ^>f Great Britain. The question is one of startling  interest to many in Europe who still  recognize for one reason or another  the direct descendants of the house o?  the Stuarts as the, true heirs to the  British throne.  The Legistimists are strong enough  to issue a "Legitimist Kalendar"  which furnishes all the court information for the adherence of the Legitimist claims which ordinary people  find in Whittaker or Burke  Every year.on the anniversary of  his death decorations are stiewn about  the statues or the graves of Charles  the Martyr, as they call Charles J.  On last Jan. 30, on accoun* of certain  demonstrations by the Legitimists previously, they were forbiJdtu lo placi  a wreath on the statue of King  Charles at Whitehall. It is only fair  to say the Stuart descendants do not  countenance the demands of their in-  discreet friends.  The present Stuart descendant who  would but for the Act of Settlement  be entitled to sit on the British thron-  fruit juices,  50c a box, 6 for $2.50, or trial box,  25c. At all dealers, or from Fruit-a-  tives, Limited, Ottawa.  The Pioneers  Call us no more the men who made  This newer world, this golden West,  'Twas done of old by Him who laid  The blasts of Birth and bade them  rest!  God made it all, long years ago,  That he who comes and sows and  delves  Might still his primal manhood know,  We're but the men who made ourselves !  ���������Arthur Stringar, in Canada Monthly  CURED HER KIDNEYS  Mrs. John Pettigrew, of Central  Economy, N.S., .was practically helpless from rheumatism.  She could not stoop, and her limbs  ached so that it was torture for her to  LA GRIPPE  Arrested, and Consumption Coretl  Mr. G. D.CclweU, of Walkerville, Oat.  was itrhkco down with La Grippe in 1906  and it left him io vtry bad condition. Ha  ������ayi: I was alhun down and bordering oa  Coniumptlon. 1 could aot deep at n-gbtt,  had awful ������weit������, and coughed nearly the  whole time. This >������ now 1 wat when 1  began to lake Ptychine, in a low ntr/oas  state; but irom the firat bcltle I begaa to  improve. ItdidtnarreU fee ma and brouibl  ate back to health in no time, making a new  man of me. It fortifies the body agaiml  the attacks of La Grippe and U a sute pre-  Tentative. I ������lw������yi take Ptychine if I fed  a cold coning oa and it puts dm right in  Bo time."  NO HOME SHOULD RE  WITHOUT PSYCHINE  F������ Salt fa aD DwtU* ������-*4 Dailwt, Mc * tt  ft k*Ul������,  Or. T. A. SLOCUI  LIMITED,  TORONTO  Bavaria, born Mary Theresa Henriet  ta Dorothea, and formerly Archduch  ess of Austria-Este-Modena. As Queen  of England,. and Scotland her. title  would be Mary IV. and III., by the  grace of God, of England, Scotland,  France and Ireland Queen, Defender  of tbe Faith, etc. She was born July  2. 1849, and succeeded her uncle/Kin* j  Francis, Nov. 20, 1875. She i(iarri������d {  in 1868 his Royal Highness Lciis Leopold Joseph Marie Aloysius Alfred,  eldest son of the Prince Regent of  Bavaria, and has had thirteen children.  In a table of descent recently compiled, and containing about 7,000  names, Queen Victoria was regarded  as no nearer the throne by right than  to be No. 4,369 on the list, while King  Edward and his son George were 4,370  and 4,371 respectively, and Princess  Victoria Mary came lower down on  the list as No. 4,464.  Princess Louis lives very quietly at  Munich, and has no personal pretensions to the throne of Britain. Her  husband rules over Bavaria iri place  In a Class By Herself  Magistrate���������You    say   your      wife  threw a cup at you and hit you?  "Yes, your honor.!'  "She's one in a thousand."  be up and around the bouse. i.-.-t-.��������� ,������������������i���������  ,\,. _,0j vina ntho" She  AsV, Pettigrew put it  "I was all  f hirun $. ������������������*i gnj Otho-Jhe  crippled up.       saw Gin Pills indver   ������ ���������g *eh���������������eryone wi?h whom she  Used and sent for some, and after tak- pup""    ���������������������������������������������������.  ink  only two boxes, am  a different i cornea in contact.  J-\vQin__i.L.Gin.J^ills_areJbfi^ohly_-thin^s  |    Country   Editor���������"I'm    glad     you  j brought these pnring poems,early."  Soring Poet���������"Yes, sir,"  Countrv Rditor (putting them in the  Rtove}��������� "Yes, sir!   Most spring poets  wait till the weather gets too warm to  use them."  BiggB���������"Do you believe that the use  of tobacco impairs the memory?"  Diggs���������"Not necessarily. I haven't  been able to forget that cigar you gave  me two weeks ago���������hut perhaps there,  was no tobacco in it,"  Ask for Minard's and take no other,  Fhyfiiolan���������"I have told you to tako  long walks in the open nir, and you  era not (loins it,"  Confirmed Dyspeptic���������"I know it,  ���������doctor, but you told mo I was to take  1hem on an ompty stomach."  When going away from home, or at  any ehnngo of habitat, he i* a wise  ���������mnn who numbers nmong his belong,  ���������ings n bottle of Dr. J. I). Knllogg's  Dysontory Cordial. Change of food  ond wator In some strange place whero  there nre no doctors mny bring on nn  attack of dysentery. Ilo then hns a  atnndnrd remedy nt hnnd with which  to cone with the disorder, ami fore-  armod ho can successfully fight tho  Hllment and subdue it.  "My wife," ho proudly snld, "hns  mndo me what I nm." "That's the  wav with n mnn." replied Mr*. Strong,  mind. "Always blaming It on tho  woman,"  Minard's Liniment uttd by Physicians  "I nrido myself on the fnct," snld  Ihe linggnrd.lnokiiig pot, "thnt I  hnvo never written it Hue which nny  father might not rend to hi* dnugh-  ter,"  "Thnt is," milled the philosopher,  "if Uy nny chunve he should think it  worth while to do so."  WOMAN'S CHARMS  Of Skin, Hands and Hair Preserved  Por preserving, purifying and beau-  tifying the skin, scalp, hair and  hnnds; for allaying minor irritations  of the skin and scalp and for prevent,  ing them from becoming chronic; for  imparting n velvety softness to the  skin; for sanative, nntiseptlo cleansing  and, in short, for every use in promnt.  ing skin and hnir health and bodily  purity, Ctiticurn Sonp nnd Cutieurn  Ointment ore unsurnnssnd. In the  speody and economical trontmnnt of  torturing,' disflcruring eczemas, rushes,  itchings and infl-'nitnations, Cuticura  succeeds when nil else fails,  Milliner's nssistant���������"Thnt fonther,  tnndam, mnkes you look ton yeara  younger."  Antloue Uriv-"Thon Til tnko the  hat, But T think perhnns, n second  feather might mnko it evon moro bo*  coming,"  "T was horn in a log oMiin on n  farm," bognn the trnmp, but lie pot  nn further.  "Vnd is this all yon have nuide nf  ������"eh s������>l"ndld nnr������orlu"ltle������'" eri'd  the mnn he hon������vl to touch. "You de.  serve ro cottHi'i'riition whntevor."  And ho angrily prssnl along,  A Corrector of Pulmonary Troubl"*.  ���������-Mirny testimonials could Iv pri'sent-  ed alumina the great ofucney of Dr,  Thomas' Kdeclric Oil In miring *!!���������������  orders of the respiratory prm-ess"*, hut  the best testimonial is experience nnd  tho Oil Is recommended to nil who  suffer from these disorder* with the  certnlnty thnt thoy will Ntul relief, lt  will nllnv Itifliimmnti'-in in the limn*  ebial tubes ns no other pi'i-piiintiou  enn,  Desperation  Wlllo-Wot'* up, Eddi-P  Eddie--Why, dog goin* it; It's ton  cold tn go swinmiin' nn' n feller enn't  po skntin' 'cause de ice tiin't frows so  nil 1 can do is to go ter school. Joot  like my ini'ii-iiy iui-ki  Wearied with hit* overlaying hike,  the WnnderiiiB ,Iew slopped fo rent.  "Wind's the U-*o?" he exeliiillieil. "I  enn't keep up with old mini Wcton to  save my life! He's forty miles nhend  of ni*1 and going liko tin* wind!"  Running n trembling hand through  his flowing beard, he protvi'ilcd to  henp ft few choice miili'dlctions on thu  much appreciated, and a doctor cpuld| thnt.helped me, and I cannot say too  pass froip one tribe to another with- imuch for them."  out fear;  in   fact,  each  tribe  would j    If you have that dreadful pain in  provide him  with  an escort to   the   boundary of the next tribe.  Patients come to the hospital at  Bannu from as far away as Cabul,  and often there would arrive at the  hospital a string of the blind, each  holding on the other in front, and  a man who could see a little leading  the lot  the back���������if   you   are   tortured with  rheumatism���������get Gin Pills at once.  Write National Drug '& Chemical  Co. (Dept. N. U.), Toronto, for free  sample. Regular size at dealers, 50c.  a box, 6 for $2.50.  Big Sister���������"Yes, Willie, you may  j divide the apple, but you must give  In the course of an interview with a line the  larger half because mamma  reporter, Dr. Pennell gave another il- 'says we mustn't be,greedy."  lustration   of   matrimonial   jealousy '  among the border tribes  "One day," he said, "an Afghan  chief who had been across the border  camo back and saw his wife speaking  to a man over the wall in his compound, He at once drew his sword,  cut off his wife's head, and threw it  to the man, saying, 'If you wunt to  speak to hor now, you can.' "  Many of the patients at the hospital  nre the victims of frontier raids, One  man who was admitted there for treatment had been shot by his uncle, The  bullet had gone through his lung, but  careful nursing pulled him through.  "Whon ho was convalescent," said  Dr, Pennell, "ho called mo one day to  his bedside nnd said. 'Oh, sahib, I  want you to giro mo some cartridges,'  I said, 'What do you wnnt tho cartridges for?' Pointing to his chest, ho  replied, 'I have this score to pny off.'  "I said, 'f nm very sorry to hear  thnt, Wo hnvo had o difficult disk to  cure you, nnd now very shortly we  shall hnvo the some trouble with your  uncle,' He stiid, 'Oh, no, you need  not ba nfrnid of thut, sahib, I am  n better shot than ho is,' Wo did not  get the uncle in, nnd wo heard oventu*  ully thnt ho had killed him,"  Surrounded by Blacks.  A thrilling tnlo of live Knglish officer* nud a few native troops having  boon beslocod for throo months by  cnnnibnl hordes eomos from Ohiiiidu,  in (-Southern Nigorin. The besieging  Mitiiehis nro almost tho onlv Nigerian  tribe not subdued hy British ndvitti*'  Twenty tons of ostrich feathers, valued nt more than ������100,000, were recently carried by tho Mauretania to  New York.  WartB are disfigurements thnt disap.  pear when trented with Hollowny's  Corn Cure.  Little Bess-"What'H fiction, Jack?"  Small Jack���������"Pa   snys   it's n story  that ends bv saying 'thoy married and  lived, happily ever after.' "  "George tells me I havo a regular  Cupid's how mouth." "Yes, and ho  tells me that he wouldn't mind that  so much if you didn't shoot it off so  often."  THROW AWAY ALL  YOUR FEARS  BACKACHE, GRAVEL AND RHEUMATISM    VANISH    BEFORE  DODD'S KIDNEY PILL8  Proved Once Again in the Case of Mrs,  Fred Krleger, Who 8uffered From  the Worst Forms of Kidney Disease.  Palmer Rnpids, Out, (Special).--  Tin* thotisnnds nf CiiiiailiniiH who live  in duily terror of those terrible forms  of Kidney Disensi* known ns Buck*  uehi*, (Irnvi'l uud Itlieiimntisiu, will bo  -Oueer-Taxes.-  Disgusted Diner���������"You ought not to  have killed this fowl."  Restaurant Proprietor���������"Why sir?"  Disgusted Diner���������"You've robbed it  of an old age pension."  AN EXCELLENTREMEDY  FOR ALL BABIES  Thoy are lull, powerful anvniins, nud i,',.,.p|y interested lu the story of Mrs.  fight with poisoned nrrows ntul n I'ina i.-n.,| Krleger, of this pliiec,  native sword Tlio Britishers hml with "| wns for yours u great suff**rer  thorn n company of tho Southern Ni- from Kidney IMsoiiho, (irnvel, Jlheu-  goriim Itillox and two Mnxim niim1. mul ism and Buckiicli*'," Mrs. KHonor  Tho   Mutichis   hnvo   boon   attacking mUttea,   "It nli stnrt"d through u cold,  them sjinsinodienlly for thron month*  nnst, nnd for two weeks tho troops  Iind practically no rest, Throo-niuir-  tors of the enmpntty wore on oiitpo't  duly round thn station, and the whole  coinpnny wore under arms every dny  from HAV) ani. till tin hour nftor ilm-k  One nlllcer snt up every night ntul  the  rest slo������>t  in  tludr clothes.    Mn  hut I gut ho my heiul uelu'd, I was  nervous, my limbs were heavy, I hnd  ii dragging sensation across my loins,  nnd I was totally unlit to do anything.  "Rending nhotil wonderful euros by  Dodd'fl  Kidiuy  Pills  bd  m<* t" buy  some.   After using n few I found they  wore doing in*' good mid this ononur-  henring of   t lelr   strnights   a  relmf ! aa,,,|    ���������,���������    |()    ornithine    their    *������������������������.  force of nat'vn troops wits sent ������ut j |.;i���������i,t boxo* ninth* iiu* well.  from hondoiutrtors, which after n  splondld foreeil march, covering 'iM  miles by river nml 100 mill's by iniul  ill (11-2' days, arrived in ttm bilea-  'I   hnve boon nli!** to do my own  Henry VIII. taxed beards, and  graduated the tax according to the  status of the wearer. For example the  Sheriff of Canterbury was constrained  to pay the sum of three shillings and  fourpence for the privilege of sporting his vonerable whiskers. Elizabeth  likewise fixed a similar tax on every  beard of over a fortnight's growth.  Elizabeth was also bent on making  the country of a religious ��������� turn of  mind, and all who stayed away from  church on Sunday rendered themselves liable to a fine. In 1695 it was  decided that the arrival of every child  into the world should be greeted by a  tax. The birth of a child to a duke  cost the proud but harassed father  thirty pounds, whilst the advent of a  commoners' child into the world wna  hnilod with a tax of two shillings.  Moreover, it was nn expensive matter to die, and bachelors and widowers  niso were compelled to pny for the  privilege of single blessednoss. With  the advent of moro constitutional  days frenk taxation did not cease. It  was due to William Pitt that tho window tax was instituted. In tho reign  of George I. it wns necessary to have  a license in order to sell hats. Then  there wns the tnx on hair powder, and  the tnx on watches nnd clocks. In  the reign of George III. a duty of two  shillings and sixponco wns imposed  on bricks. At a later period in the  same reign bricks were divided, for  the purposes of taxation into common  and drossod bricks, nnd tho duty on  each kind of brick wns regulated according to its Bine,  Actress and Social Worker.  Miss Titn Rrnnd, tho well-known  nctross, who so ably assisted hor mother, Miss Mnrio Rroma, in tho production of Gluck's fnmotis onorn "Orpheus" nt the Savoy, in London, recently, hns interested herself largely  in tin* socio! welfare of women, and  flvo years ngo stnrted a wonving school  nt Westminster for tho botietlt of Enst  Nnd girls, with u view to saving some  of thuni from thn factory work which  often proves so detrimental to honlth  nnd ehnrnetor, Prncticnlly the whnl,*  of Miss llrnnd's drosses, ns woll ns  those worn by hor mother, nro mndo  from tin* nintorinl woven hy thn girls  nt thn Hretnn Looms���������for such is the  nntiin Miss llrnnd hns givon to her  wonving school, Miss Hnind herself  hns n practical knowledge of wonving  although sho confesses thnt she is  quite a novice ill the iiuitilptiliition of  the looms when compared with her  ���������Muiir girls."  Maori Salutations.  The Maori natives of Now Zealand  hnve ninny quaint nnd queer customs.  Mm. of these, somewhat ukin to tlm  Urih-li  Iniul   of  kissing  or slinking  Baby's Own Tablets are an excellent remedy for babies of all ages.  They cure all stomach and bowel  troubles; make teething easy; dispel  worms; and make baby fat, good-  natured and healthy, they are sold  under the guarantee of a Government  analyst to contain absolutely no opiate or narcotic, and thus they can be  given to the new born baby with perfect safety. " Mrs. Benoit Martin,  \vignon, Que., .writes-. "Baby's Own  Tablets are an excellent remedy for  babies and should be in every home  where, there are young children."  ^oiTi~by~TfTedimTtrtra-le^^^  at 25 cents n box from The Dr. Wil-.  liams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Draw Your Own Inferences  "Who is the best boy in school,  Lemuel?"  "Well, Willie Jones has his lessons  best, but I walk home with teacher  most."  At the Yarmouth Y. M. C, A, Boya*  Camp,, held nt Titsket Falls in August,  I found MINARD'S LINIMENT most  heneflcinl for sun burn, an immediate  relief for colic nnd toothache.  ALFRED STOKES,  Gonoral Secretary.  "Mr. Rivers, whnt is the basis of  your dislike for tho cntnlpa?"  "It grows things that look like haU  pinB, ma'am,"  The Austrian government hns aot  tho price of the output of its mdium  lnborntory nt 400 crowns a milligram,  or nt the rnto of $30,500,000 a pound,  Brass Band  Thii h the  Time tn  Organlaa  tnttrumantt, Drumt, Band Muile, Ete.  EVERY TOWN CAN HAVE A BAN3  Lowest prloet ever <iuotod.   Finec*t������lo-ra|U.  over SO) niustratlon*, mailed tft>-   '" "-M^  fee,  wnt  ���������-mt****  .. ..    .mailed  <nr nnrthlnt In Music or Musical Inilrumeo'e..  WHALEY, ROYCB O CO., Limited  Torunto, Ont., and Winnipeg, Man,  /\BS0RU'N������  ������������������Ten ������i"4ei  ���������.-..   ���������-  /B.Tllf.!UsRlabl.NM'  tit,ir������������j������fHm(oiiii������,y������tiiM������T������jt������,vM.  JesilVM  "VllSi.mn.tIVI **&* * v ifiei  ..���������,..������������������ ���������>,p.>.,������������<,,. ���������tll������l������Tt|tt.V������r.  i!M,!W''.-l.*!'*' r,Vu_?lV !,!>.������ *****  ���������I. f, ttmt, f.B.F., Ill fMtto II.. ttftatfltW-ltii  If till Mil., i.iioZfHMlM ifott  r  III! tmitemt e atrtm OS IMim Ti,. WimIhii  ikMiUeeiilMl tatWMTCt,, WMm mi t*ttmi  ������������������I* titittt** fm U III., tmmrrtt  fcU..*1.,!    ii  OLMHUM  ' ^  TEN TOR TEN CENTS  work ever since ntul l-Mlny I nm coin, hands, is oiilled tlm "Hoiigi," and t  !ple������cly cured. Iiodd's kidm-y I'ills ronsUts of nibbing noses, much n* n j  Itfttvi* nn* health im.l I fool like u new   imir of iiffi-etiimnto horses might do  |  ���������,���������,,,,,,, ' T* ���������...:...    l ���������   .,l,i ,   nltuprvml   'lt i  '    If vuu V���������t>o vour Vii1tt*'v������ Minnie ntid I the  meeting  of  friends.    They   hnvo |  I healthy you enn never have lliirhneiin, > tin* luouity ni i-iutiug up oil,, o,,H ���������������������������������������������'  Irfiuii..."  ut   \*lll   till   leu'rs  flow   fn-elv '  hilling on emit oilier'* iiei'ks, their !  heads   covered   Willi   their   glilllietlt*, ,  th**y  wiul,  sob und  I'liiim over tin*  in/my  ploi-i *  nl  thoir lite  siuoo tin*  *Stop  That  limp  Africa's Color Problem.  Replying to thu toast of his health j lllu'iuuntisiii or (itiivol,    I *.., i < I - Ko  nt n f.iri ������m!1 biinnuet givon hy tho'ti-y I'ills never fuil ��������������������� make Ihe Kid.  Chamber <>f Minos nt .fnhnnnoshurg, | neys stronir nnd well,  Lord Mborne spnko nbout the color-1 ��������� ���������...   oil   Mr,.-   in   Sntitl,    \fri.-rt   wbo   *er������!; ft  P,;,. p,nh,fi���������n ofTirir  not natives  ������������������ people of partly unite,    ,..,,,,.     ,      .        .   .      ,,   ,   ,   ,  ,  nnd partly l.ln.'k origin. 'lie f������li.-v������|  im,V i iV.. .'"'i "*t ,"    "! ,i e .T  the tendency to drive r.ilor.,.1 peuplo    " u'"11V,  ,  '"',t^'l "     ' '        '���������  down to the i-osition of Kullirs waa '" 'J ,"v''V",H'';V ,* '," ���������'"*t",''   ���������  iinjusl  mul unwise, becuusii thev of. ! .*���������������>��������� f eau I do   hut.   ,.-..lfie> : but  to,   hnd the thouglita and feeling* of I   '',"'    >"'*" ',"1"1'' ,'"'1 >'"   "> '"  the white mnn. nnd. on* tiny w������ miiclit ^'*VV.' " w"' '"> ' f lw  "  Imve lo tare n Brent concerted umvo. j      K*  llll'llt   III   IllltlVO   ntt'OS.     l.Ofit   ,>.ll.,IIIM , ~  "*  prophesii**! thnt In Ihe event of -ueli | "A mnn never know* In**-*. im-K'V  ii tfirillo vuta.-tro'iln' !!ny v- >i! ��������� 'ml ;v'eiid< It.- lot- until \���������- '.'ft- into poll.  tli������| leader of the nnllvi  To S������ok Durled Hoard.  An npiieal is being mnilo in .lohnn-  tto-iutrg to tltiniiee a troHsiiro-liiiiiling  et|M'diliou Tin- trt-nsuro i������ Hu* sup,  |tose*l buiinl nf ol'l Chief Hekekiiiii,  who is liolitveil to have buried it iu  a reft.iil. i ,i       .'���������;   I-"'1     The  ..,.,ry  .. ,.-.  thnt the lieiisuro fnti������i������ts ut two big  wV; if,-, full  -,f -nvreiiMi* nnd n put fill-  ���������-,,_.��������� ������-'l  wilb (li'iiiii.nl-      lletiill- ooiil.eitel  colored mnn wllh the feeling*, cbnr-'      I*"���������������������������������.   *n*w<*red Srimttir >-.ri?iiHm, i ^j,!, Ml(, i���������irVin(r i.f the lumnl I ������v������  neU-t,   nml  Mijwriority   ������.| tlio   m\nU  'oot bow few h*< Int* hh'-I '" ��������� :'<-l* out | },���������,.��������� f,),tnin,.,|' jrum nn old unlive  nml  ���������>'  Mice  ,1 I  i,",Vj !frieii*ls ll'  tu lm a !"<���������*���������"  | tiiiiti.'if'lhoy pemlsled'lfi tho tetvi'ttey j<������< ollU<'."--Wn������litiiut*.ii M*t.  I to >i*������gr������*b- the eolornl |nritple tu tlio | *     ~ ���������"  ������U'lt������i������n of (be native*. \ PlteeH  j _ j    p(M,|_fw 9M ��������� |,tt|,. |M..tti among  t Oarmany's Aerial Wavy. \ttf tmnn ol Hum*- in������������-  fiermaiiyn* aerial navy already ������n j    K<lilor-W������ll   Ju������l   b-nv.-  i������  time,  tuni/* LiuMeen vassals, UnH clo*f the ttoor a* you i-'o out.  { fiitiil' nn- bi-itiil ii*ki**l for .n order lo  Lii;iii*:t   the fKp-li'ion.  I  Hial.  chi������r������ that Hmpinr, ii������������tm barta  lino ��������� Miinu. nr������i|(ijr ItuiM, wt.uaf  ��������� ������,t -tp.r to An ��������� twvt dtv'f ������roTlr,  nue'l in a spim, Curd, Splint,  hptsm, Kligl.onr ���������r nr ollur Mm'-  mi Vrtf jeur hem In tbt llitstt.  kui* It with  Kendall's  Spavin Cure  It rntm wllhiinl luflnf ��������� leer,  hlrniiili or wliln litbi \ift������iiitllilof������  eotlilliirr,  fert Kill*. a,C , Jub* IIih nn  "ll������������f Ur*m Hilat r*"������f l.ltlmrai lor  y,i ta.l hint li it. thtl ������������n it|,irwi)i,  Hi������f ������ot t������������������a *ilheiil It toilflyr***.'���������  f.FriMi'.it *'.t������������firiv  |l. t l-Hll- ������ lm fi >Uitll/m tot  hattfholit ������**. S*\<\ hf til ilrelvt*.  *.'. I'.jt Ur* t*������ik ���������'������ r,**Hm Ou Tfci  1l������-t������ '��������� or ������iH������ v* let tepy. tt  it ��������� j ttmurt. taMkottriMs. ti.  Tl.'-.ml. 1...1'. a.U ti..ik" 'i - * = *FI >-r -.  It*|iiitl uicafi<b-ivni, il run ������,nl> jo  tcieinc* the presstiru of a |������������.  w. n u., no., m THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA..  Tha Camk'lanUiof 8  issn d Every   Tuesday by  the  Comox   &   CtifTibeMand  Publishing  Ccux-pany.   ; '-2 ���������  Tlii* paper will not hold itaolf  r'-'jionsiblo for thu opinions of oth-  ���������*!>, as may appear in its coluuine  <rom time to time.  Coeii's Cotton Root Compound:  Thn great Uterine Toole, uud  only -afo effectual Monthly  iltegulator on wltlclt women oaa  depend. Sold ta three degrees  of strength-No. t, ������1; No. 8,  10 degrees stronger. |3j No.*  for special cases, OS per box,  8o!d by ������U druggists, or oeut  prepaid on receipt ot prioe.  ��������� me pamphlet. Address 1 TN  ?������Kll������OtlHllC0���������TO.0HTO,'JaT. (ferswdf Win***,  TUESDAY, JULY   26,    1910,  LAND ACT.  Form of Notiee.  Iluparc, Vancouver Islnud Land District.  District of Rupert, oast of Email lake  i bout j of a milo north of Georgie Lnke.  TAKK NOTICE that I, Matilda Louise  Orop oy, of Vancouver, oooupation married  worn in, intends to'apply forp rmiasionto  purobaso following described lands:  Uoinnienoine at a post plauted three  miles north of S.W. corner of township 8;  tbenee east 40 ohaius; thenoe south 40  chains, crossing small river; thenoe w*st  40 ehaini; thence north 40 cbains to point  of commencement, being about 160 acres.  ALFRED K. CROPLKY, grazier,  Vancouver.  Applicant  for that land on the  eastern  shores of Oeorgie Lake, Hnpeit District  Dated Juno 1st, 1910.  Wood's Phospfcodiat,  The Great Englisk Remedy.  Toiioe aad InvJeoraceatho whofo  dottous system, makes now  Blood la old Veins. Cores Nerv  ow, VeltMtv, Mental and Itrain Worry, Iks  poruMinev, Setual tftakness, Emissions. Spcr  malerrkaa, and Effects ef Alius* or Jexcesies.  Prico H per box, Rixfor83. One will pleaao.-jX  will cure. Sold by all drag-gUts or mailed In  Plain pkor. on receipt ot price. A'eio pam-kltt  mailed free. Tho Wood M������dlcln������ Cat. ,  iftrmarly Wwdstr) Toronto, Out.  Form No. 9.  LAND AOT.  Form of Notice.  Vancouver Island Ltuid District.  ,  Dis* rict of Rupert, oa the eastern shoreB  of Georyio, Lake,  TAKE NOTICE that I, iMat'lda Louis*  Oropley, of Vanoouver, occupation married woman, intends to apply for permts-  fion to purchase the following de������cribetl  luul. Commencing nt a poat planted one  mile north of the S.W. comer of township  ���������8; tbenee east 40 ohains; thenee north 40  chains; thence west as far as the waters'  edge nt ������.aid lake: thonce following tbe  shore and lake in a south-west direction  t'i point due north ot paint cf commence.  _iiiout-;.thonce-8outh-to-point-of-ooiiimence  11.ent containing about 100aores.  WINIFRED ALMA CROPLEY,  spinster, Vancouver,  Ai'pliciiit for that land east of Small lake,  (1 .,. t, ;i'l of a mile nortb of Goorgie Lake.  Uateti June Int, 1910.  "There is a small town on Vancouver island colled Cumberland  and when they run short of improvement money, they send a  man to Victoria and he conies  back with a promise of help.  That promise is usually made  good."���������The Abbotsford  Post.  Form No. 9.  LAND ACT,  FOUM OF NOTICK.  Coast Land Distr ot.  District of New WostuiinBter,  Take Noticb that Ida Thuliu, of Lund,  B.C., occupation mnrriod woman, intends  -to npply for permission to purohnso tho  following desoribed lnudb;���������Uomraouoiag  at a post plauted at the east corner of H  It. M., 104, tbonco south HO chains, thenco  4*iist 80 obuins, thenoe  uorth HO chains,  thonce west 80 chains to tho place of bediming.     IDA T1IULIN,  EpWAKD lJBIIllJ.WSO, Agout.  Dated March 22nd, 1010.  Seeds  OP EVERY KIND, in any  quantity, by tho pnokage or  by the pound,  Ornamental Shrubs  Fruit Trees  drown to salt tbe 1). C,  olimuto,  * * ������ ��������� 1 1  Catalogue  Free by Mail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Ltd.  700 Granville Srrnnt  P. 0.   Box  100:i  VANCOUVER, B.O,  !     '.II     ,\'l<!.l..M������ll.imtriUMM  NOTICE.  LAND ACT.  Form  Na 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District,  Diatriot or Range 2.  TAKEnotide that  William  Leek,   it  Vancouver, oocopntion Engineer, intend*  to apply for permiision to purobaBe the  following desoribed landa:���������  Commenoing at a post planted on the  beach about one and a half mile* South  East from the South East coroer of C. L.  3358. thenoe North  eighty  (60) ohaius,  thence But eighty (801 chains,   tbenoe  South (80) ohaius,  thenoe   We<t   (80)  chuius, to point of commencement, containing six buudrcd and forty aaies, mora  or less.  WILLIAM LEEK  Name of Applicant  Dated June 4th, 1910.  northeast corner of No 6, being four'  miles north of tbe southwest eorner of  No 1, thence north 80 chains, thence  wesc 80 chains, thence south 80 chains  thence east 80 chains to tbe point of  commencement, containing 640 acresj  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,  Na-ne of Applicant.  Dated June 4, 1910.  I offer my private brewery  stock for sale amongst the shareholders of the Pilsener Brewing  Company, up to August ist,  19x0; after that date, I will sell  to any outsider who wishes to  buy.  FRANK X. DILLMAN,  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9,  Form ot Notice.  Coaet Distriot,  Distriot of Range 2.  TAKE n.tioe that Verca Leek of Van-  oouver, occupation Spinster, intends to  apply for peruusni.'D to purchase the following described lands; -  Commencing at a post planted nt the  North West corner of No. 1, thence Weat  eighty (80) cliaiuB more or le-e to C. L  3358, thence North eighty (80) ohains a-  lougC, L. 3358, thence Eaat e ghty (80)  chains, thenoe South eighty (80) ehaini,  to the point of commencement, containing six hundred and forty (040) acres  more or less.  . VERNA LEEK  N*me of Applioant.  Dated June 4tb, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9, -  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  District of Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Waller Leek, of  Vancouver, occupation engineer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands; Commencing  at a post planted at the northeast corner  of No 4 (being three miles north of the  southwest corner of No 1) thence north  80 chains, thence east 80 chains, thence  south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,  to the point of commencement, containing six hundred and  forty,  640, acres,  more or less.      WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applicant-  Dated June 4, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coatl District. Bang* 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Barton Holland, ol Vancouver; occupation, eo-  eennfant, intends to apply for per-  miraioo 00 purchase tbe following de-  toribed lands! Commencing at'a post  planted at th* nortb east oorner of No  12, being four miles north aod two  t-oil.s west of the sontb west eorner ol  No. 1, thenoe north 80 ehaini, thenee  ���������atst 80 cbaine,tbenoe a uth 80 chains  tbenee east 80 chains, to the point oi  oommeneement, containing 610 acres,  nor* or leu.  BURTON HOLLARD,  Name oi Applicant.  Dated Jons 7tb, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District, Bange 2  TAKE   NOTICE   ttm  John   M.  Stewart, oi Vancouver, occupation car  pouter, inteode to apply for   permission to purchase tbe following desoribed   lands:������������������Commencing  at a  post  planted at the northwest coroer of No  11, being ttrte mites nortb and three  miles weat oi the southwest oorner of  No 1, thenoe north 80 chaius, thence  west 80 chairs, tbenoe south 80 chains  tbenee east 80 chaina. to tbe poiut oi.  oommeneement, contaioing;640 aores,  more or lest. JOHN M.8TEWABT.  Name oi Applioant.  Dated June 6,1910.  IN   THE   ESTATE   OF   ADAM  McKEI.VEY,   DECEASED.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN  that all claims against the Estate  of Adam McKelvey, deceased, who  died in November, 1909, must   be  presented, duly verified, to the undersigned, on or before the  20th  day of August 1910; and take no  tine that nfter such date tbe Execu-  1 rix"of "t b"e*6������id~Esta t������~Wi 1 rproceed"  to distribute the assets of the fluid  deceased, among the parties entitl  ed "thereto, having regards only to  the claims with   whicn they   nhnll  then have notice and   the Execti  trix will not be liable for the  paid  assets, or any part thereof, to any  person or pereonB of whose   claim  notice phnll not have been received  by her at the time of such distribu  tion.  Dated at Cumberland, B.C. July  9th, 1910.  P. PHILLIPPS HARRISON  Solicitor for Annie Calhoun  Executrix.  LAND ACT.  0      Form No. 9.  Form of Notiee.  Coast District,  District ot Range 2.  TAKE notice that Elanor Leek of Vancouver, oooupation Married nomas, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a p->st0 plaited at the  North West oorner of No. 1, thenco North  eighty (SO) ebaina. theuce Earn (80) chains  tHen^S^lTmgE^^WJTESairTEinoe  WoHt (SO) chains, to puiut of commencement, coutuiuiag six hundred and forty  acre*, more or less.  ELANOR LEEK  Name of Applicant  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT-  Form No, 9,  form of notice.  Coast District Range a.  TAKE NOTICE that William H.  Whalen, of Vancouver, occupation, gentleman, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described  lands: Commencing at a post planted at  the north east corner of No. 6, being  four miles north of the south west corner  of No. 1; thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,  thrnce west 80 ohains, to the point of  commencement, containing six hundred  and forty acres, more or less.  WILLIAM H, WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No, 9.  Form of Notiee.  Coast District, Bangs 9.  TAKB NOTIOE that Alex F Brem-  ner, ol Boston, oooupation engineer,  intends to apply for permission to por-  cbeea the lollowing described lands;���������  Commencing at a pest planted at tbe  northeast oorner ol No 12, being four  miles north aod two mile* west oi tbe  scnthwrst oorner oi No 1, thence north  80 chains, tbenoe cast 80 ohains,  tbenoe south 80 cbains, thenoe weat  80 ebaina, to tbe point oi com men c������-  nent, containing 640 aoroe, more or  Uu. ALEX F. BBEMNER.  Name ol Applioant.  Date! Jnne 7,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.   CoastDlstrictj^.  FOR RENT���������Furnished rooms.  Apply Mrs, J, L, Roe, JIoFpiul  Street.  Form No. 9  LAND ACT.  *mm 'TJ79KTT  Form of Notico.  Now WeHtmiiiBtor Land  Diotrict,  DiHtrict of Comox  TAKE notice tliat Fitniiy Fran-  r.tit\ occupation, married woman,  iutondR to apply for purmieaion to  purchase tho following tlotuirlhod  Iniul:  Commencing nt a post pi an Uni  at tlio North Kant eornor of Lot  1015 N. \V. D. tlu-nw Kn*t 80  cIihIiih, thuncij North 80 chains,  thonce West HO chain*, thonco  South 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 010 ucmi  more or Iokh,  FANNY FUAW5KN,  Applicant.  Charles Fianzun, Agont.  Datod May 26th, IW10,  S.S."LITHIA"  i.icensi-ti lor ;,o p;isscn^ers  Tnwing and freighting to  all pniius,  flood Accomodation  for Passengers  Sficciul tcrrMs to parties by  the <!,iv or week,  For particulars Jipplj to-  J   M   HOl.MF.S. .\-eni  or tti  O.U WOOD. Master  I'hone 44, Comox. II ('.  HinWKfHK KOU TF������K NKWB  o.\lv u>t; ;>oj,ub a v������ah  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9. ,  Form of Notioe.  Coast Diatriot Kiinga 2,  TAKE NOTICK Ih t KHthorioe Brown,  ooonimtion  widow, iidendt  to npply for  pirniiitiou to purchono the f.'llowing de-  Acrided lands:   Oominf.ncing ut a post  planted at. the nortlma t ooruer of  No. 2  (being two miles mirth of the soathwa-t  corner of No 1) tbenoa north eighty [80)  ohains,   thenoe went  eighty  (80) chain*.  tbenoe south eighty (80) chnins,  theuoe  eair eighty [80] ohaius, tn the point of  commencement, containing *ix hundrtd  aod forty [640) noma, mote or less.  KATHKB1NE BROWN,  Nauio of npplioirat  Dnted June 4,1010.  LAND AOT.  Form No. fli  lorm oi Notice,  Coast Distriot,  District of Range No 2  TAKB NOTICB that Annie Bremoer, of  Boston, occupation tpiiist������r, intend* to apply for primiii-ion to purchase tho follow  log (lesoilhed hind-.* Commending st a post  plnnted nt tbe northeast corner of No, 'I  [being two miles norib of the soutlitveit  oorner of No. 1) thonuo north eighty [80)  ohsins, thenee em nighty (10) olinin*,  theuuo south eidhty (lu)  ohains, thenoe  woit eighty [80) ohslni to point of com  moiioeinsot, oontaining six hundred aud  forty (010) aores, mora or )e������i,  ANNIK HHRMNEll,  Name of Applicnut,  Dated June 4, 1010,  Form No. 0.  LAND ACT.  Form ot Xoiicti,  Nhw Westminster l*at\d District.  DUtiictof New Weilmiiiahir.  T/KKNOTinW that John   W  Uliiuviilo, (,/ Umi, B. O. occujia-  tiou t������ti������r������k(i������por, intends to apply  for |wrfiil������������lon to purohaM tho foi-  low ini; (litKorllHid lunds:���������  (' 'tumenciii? at a pout planfml  ��������� iioui lo ehaini went of Jj. K, com-j  "M������f T. 1..'2014!, thitiirf) wiwt in  lii'lii^, Ibmei; ronth .0 cluing, j  u.itio en A 40chalnn, tlinnoe north!  t<) chntva to the point of cone;  uieiii'iiH'iii, :  JOHX W. GLANVIU.K.    !  N uni- **(A|i HcHiii (in full;  Diin-Juim 17U., 1010  LAND ACT-  Form Ne, 9,  Const District,  District of Knnge 3.  TAKE NOTICE th,it Kdwin 1������ Jlrem.  ner, nf Vancouver, occupntion broker, in-  tend* to npply for |)cri!>is������ion to purchase  the following desenped lawd-t, Com-  iiiencing ai a pint plnnted at tbe north.  ������������������,���������, rnremnd V<> ������ (1-t'r.^ \\.:u ,..',!,.,  north of ihe ������otith*v������l corner of No i>  thence north eighty 8*������ chninii, thence  wen eighty, 80, cli nm, ihence soith  eighty, tn, t hinns, thence earn eighty, 80  rluins 10 point of commencement,  con-  , ���������:.,. ,.:,��������� 1..... 1    1   .if       r>  ���������- b -���������-   ���������-���������*���������-*���������������������������-*  *.������������������*, ,m..f l^m/V) AVlCa  more or lest.  EDWIN F BREMNKR,  Name of Applicant,  Dated June4i ������9������o  L/\ND ACT.  Form No 0,  Form of Notice.  Ciaat Dintrici,  Dittrict nf Range a.  ���������    TAKE NOTICE ih-i Heltn Shan-  'nun.offlmion, occup^lion mimed ten-  iiMn, intenila in auply for pturmmon lo  purth.ae the following disnibci UmUj  i LiMiiiTienwinr *t a po������> planted mi ihe  District of Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that George Wha-  len, of Vancouver, occupation, contractor  intend* to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted about one  mile west from the north west corner of  No 2, being twe miles nonh and two  miles west of the south west corner of No  i; thence north 80 cnains, thence east 80  chains, thence south 80 chains, more or  le������s to C. L. 3358, thence west, 80 chains  along said license to point of commence.  ment, containing 640 acres, more or lest,  GEORGE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Daled June 4U1, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District Ranges.  7*AKE NOTICE that Robert IJ. Ellis  of Vancouver, occupatton,broker, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands: Commencing  nt it pest planted at the .outh west corner of No. 10, being two miles north and  two miles west of the south west corner  of No. 1, thence north 80 chnins, thence  west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,  more or less, thence cast 80 chains, to  point of commencement, containing 640  acres, more or less,  RUBKhT B, ELLIS,  Name of Applicant,  D*ted June Uh, 1010.  }  LAND ACT.  Form No, 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District Range 3.  TAKE NOTICE th.it John G. Armstrong, of Vuncnuver, otxupntmn, clerk,  intends to Apply for permission (0 purciiase the following described l.nuls:���������  Commencing   at a post planted nt (he  north oatl corner of No. 11, being three  mites north und two miles  west  of the  south west corner of No, 11 thence north  In chums, thenee west 80 chains, thunce  thence south 80 chains, ther.ro east  80  chtins, to the point ol commencement,  containing 640 acre*, mnre nr lets,  JOHN G. ARMSTRONG,  Name of Applicant,  Dated June 4th, 1910,  !.,\N!) ACT.  Form No. 9,  Farm af Notice.  Coast District Range 3,  TAKE NOTICE vUU^iU*.^ UA-  land, of Vatiooofer, oeoopaiion, married woman, Inlands to apply for per  mlinlon 10 purohaie th* folio ad ug d������-  serlhed lands! Commencing at a poet  pleated at tba uorth east anrnar of No  11, belna three miles north and  fan  miles west ol fh# H. W. oorner ef lf������  i, tbenoa north 8(f ahainn, ihanne tut  80 rhaine. thenee eooth  80 obalni,  thenee watt 80ehalnr, to the point uf  t omoiaoeement, eontalniug Hat) aatrt,  .01 re or le������s,  ���������JBUTEUDE HOLLAND  Name of Applioant,  Ihtod Jnnt ���������*���������', I9l<>.  LAND AOT.  Form No, 9.  Form ot Nollei,  Ooeat Distriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE tbat John Morasr-  io, of Vaacouvar, occupation oonstruo-  tor, intends to apply for permieeioo  to pnrchase the followiog desoribed  lands:-Commeaning at a post planttd  at the northeast oorner of No 14, b������-  iog fi������e miles north and two miles  west of tbe aontbweit oorner of No 1,  tbenee nortb 80 ohains, thenoe west  80 chains, tbenoe south 80 ohains,  thenee east 80 chain*, to the p-iine of  commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or hu.     JOHN MORAVIO,  Name ol Applioant.  .Dated.June-6,.1910,.^,��������� ���������-���������  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notioe.  Coaat Diatriot, Range 2.  TAKB NOTICE that Alexander McPhee  of Vanoouver, Oooupation, carpenter, intend* to apply for permiaaiou to purobase  tho tollowiug desoribed laoda:���������Coxntneno-  ing at at a poat planted at the north west  oorner of No. 12, being four mils* north  aud three milea weat of the wrath Weat co.-.  ner of No. I, thenoe north 80 ohain*,thence  weat 80 ohains, theace *outh 80 chaina,  thenoe eut 80 chains, to the point of commencement, oontaining 940 acrw, more or  lea*. ALEXANDER McPHEE,  Natno of Applicant.  Dated June Ch, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  C*8������t Distriot. Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOE that Naomi McPheo,  of Vuncouver, eooupation, married woman  intend* U apply fur permisBion to purchase tbe following deecribed landB-. Cum  menoing at a post planted at the torth  we-t corner of No, 1_, being five milea  noith aud three milea west if the south  west oo.nor cf No. I, thence uortb 80  chains, thence weat 80 cnaina, thenco  south 80 chains, tbenoe east 80 ohnio������, to  tbe point of commencement, coutaii.i.g  B40 nerei, more or lesH.  NAOMI MePHKE,  Name cf Applicant.  Dated June 6th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form Ao 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District, Range 3.  TAKB NOTICE that Joseph Mor-  avie, of Vancouver, occupation engineer, intends to apply for pcrmi-atoo to  purobase the following described lauds:  Commencing at a post planted at tbe  nor tbt est oorner of No 14, beiog five  milea north aod two miles west of lb*  sooihweat eorner of No 1, thenoe nortb  80 chains, tbenco east 80 ohains,  thenoe south 80 obaioe, tht oca west HI)  chains, to the point of oomraenot-  tueot, ooothinioR 1140 aores, more or  less, JOBEPH MORAVIO,  Name of Applicant,  Dated June 0,1910  LAND ACT.  Form No 0.  Form of Notioe.  Ootst Distriot, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE tbat William  Haines, of Vancouver, oooupation lore  man, intends to apply for ptrmiusioe  to purobase the following dorosib������d  lands;���������Onmrnrneiag at a post plan fed  at ibe northeast oorner ul No 16, being eii miles north aud two miles  west of tbe southwest oorner ol No 1,  thenoe nortb 80 ohains, thence west  80 ohains, thenoe south 80 chaius,  tbenoe east 80ohains, to the point ol  eo'ntnenoement,containing 040 acres,  more or lei*. WILLI A M HAINES,  Name of Applioant.  Dated June 0 1910  LAND ACT.  Form No 9,  Form ol Notioe.  Coast District, Range S,  TAKE NOriCfi that George O.  Pratt, of Vanoouver, ooeupatiun so-  oountaot, intends to apply for per  mission to purobase tbe fallowing described landai���������Oommrnei gat a poet  planted at tbe northeast corner ul No,  ill, being eii miles north and two  miles wast of the south west corner of  No 1, tbenoe nortb 80 ohains, thence  uis; 80 ohains, ibonussouth 80 obaioe,  ihence em 80������baibi, 10 th* nolo 101  commencement, ooutainiug 640aor������i,  more or lees, GEORGE 0, PRATT,  Nemeul Applioant.  Dated Juno 0,1910  .    LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Coast Distriot, Range St  TAKE NOTICE thnt Lewi. J. Bull, of  VauQouver, ocoupatiou, foreman, intmide  to npply for permission to purobase   the  following described  lands: ,Ounvmei.cing  at a post planted at the north weat corner  of No. 16, beiug six mile* mirth aod tl'ron  miles west of the south west corner of No  1, thence north 80 ohuiu., theuce we t  80  chains, thenco touth  80 chnins,  thence  eaat 80 chain*, to the point of eozame <������-  meut, containing640 uore*, more or lest.  LEWIS J. BULL,  Name of Applioaut,  Dated June Oth, 1910,  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notion,  Const Djetriot, Rnoge 0.  TAKE NOrioE that Alexander J. Stow  art, of Vancouver, oocupatio.i, o-.rpenti*r,  intends to apply ter porniiisiou tu |Air-  ohn������o the following dusoribed lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted on tno  Bhnre about 2& rolUs in a south eu*.  torly direotion from tbe south west oir-  ntrot No, 1, thunoo north 80 chnuii,  thenoo east 80 ohniuB, thonoe sunth 80  ohains. thence west 80 olmins, to point  ot oommoncamuut, containing 040 acres,  more or less,  ALEXANDER J, STEWART,  Nnrao of Applioant.  Date June Bib, 1910.  LAND ACT,  Form No, 0. Form of Nonce;  Coast Diatriot, Range 2.  HUHSORIHK FOR THK XRWB  UNLV OS& DOLLAU A VI'JAU.  LAND AOT,  Form No 9,  ***���������-     , *WI** '  ,m\ I.i  Form o������ Notioe.  Coast Distriot, flange 8.  TAKB NOTIOB tbar Dave Ferto-  ������oo, of Venootifer, oooupation butonir  Intends to apply for permission to  porch***   the   Mloirlng    <iwctlb<J  lanrtsi���������Oommenologal a po������t planted  near the baaob at tbe soniweil cornrr  of No 11, being two miles north and  three mlli*s west of tbe southwest cor*  avr of Nol,thev0f north 80 obaioe,  thenoe wret 80 ehaini, tbenoa south  80 chains, moro or Nt to chore line,  tht-noe    east   80   chains     along  shore lino '��������� -"ini ol commencemeni,  oooteiuing M" aetat, mnre or lose,  DAYS FERGUSON,  Name ol Applicant,  Dated Jon* 6,1VI0  IK YOU WANT  GOOD PRINTING  HIVE US A TRIAL  TAKB NOTICE that Eliubtth Jano  Smith, of Vanoouver, oooupation, man iml  woman, intends to npply for puruuoNinu  to purohaie the following demirlbed I .mis:  Coinmouolng nt a po������t planted at tlio  south east ooruer of Nu, I, thenoo y>utii  80 ohaius, mure or less 10 shore line, tlmi,.  00 oeet 80 ohains along northern boiiudiny  uf No, **H), theuor uorth 80 (limine, tlienos  west 80 obaius, to point of ooinnit)no*niui.t,  eontaiuiwg 040 aoiei, nmre ur leea.  ELIZABETH JANE SMITH,  N-me of Applicnut.  Date Juno Oth, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No, 0, Form of Notiee.  Uul Liutrict, Jiangs 8.  TAKE NOTICE that David Dawn*  Milur, ef Vanoouver, oeeapsHen, ear^n-  t*r, iotendi to apply for psrmiiiioo to pur-  ohsio the following duorlbsd liudn-Com  twatiSing at a poat plan tad at th������ aonth  vast corner uf No. 1 thenee north 80 shake  thiooe i-ait 80 ehnln*, thenee aenth 80  ohsins thenoe west 80 ohaioi, to point of  oominenoement, containing 040 *or*s mere  or has,  DAVID DAWSON MILUR  Name ef Applioant,  Dated June 0th, 101(1,  FOR NAM������_A flvo rot������ii.������l  lionno im lialf lot. For furtlit-i par-  tienlara ������pji|)- at this ufHco  FOU   8ALK-8miih   iVoiiiii-r  Tviiewritei in   mnn, tinli-r.   C������mt  $l25.M will ������t.llf���������r *6t������.UU.  ply at this officv,  A p. THE   NEWS,   CITOERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  4X  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Fo m of Notioe.  Coaa. District,  Rouge 2.  TAKE NOTICE that William F. Smith,  of Vancouver, occupation, carpenter, intend* to apply fer permwaion to purchase  the following deacribad land*:���������Commencing at a poat planted at the north eaat oor.  ner of No. 1, thenoe north 80 ohain*, thance  eaat 80 chain*, thence aoutb 80 chains,  thenoe weat 80 chains, to point of coinui-  enoument, containing 6.0 acre*, more or  lea*. WILLIAM F. SMITH,  Name of Applioant.  Dated June 9th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coa-t Distriot,  Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOE that Margaret MoKiv-  ������r, of Vancouver, occupation, married wo-  ������&an, intend* tb apply for permission to per  chase the following desoribed lands:���������Commencing at a post planted at the north east  i oorner of No. 3, being two milea north and  one mile eaat of the aouth west corner of  No. 1, thence north 80 chains, thence eaat  &i chaina, thtnoe aouth 80 cbains, thence  weat 80 chaina, to the point of commencement, containing 640 aciea, more or less.  MARGARET McKIVOR,  Name of Applioant.  Dated June Oth, 1910.  BEER    BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UNION BREWERY BEER  Drink  U   B. C, Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B.C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIKST-'JLASS  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  NOTICE  Wa have on hntd at the present time four  special bargain* in  Lvery Monday and Tuesday I Becond-h���������ud Motor Cycle* as foi  will be iu town to deliver Fresh lows:  A cup of BOVRIL  will drive away that  feeling of lassitude so  common in warm  weather. BOVRIL  gives vigour and tone to  tne entire system.  BOVRIL  Butter and all kinds ofVegetable-  and    also  sell cheap.  potatoes; will  Chiu Yeuk,  Sandwick.  ������������������������-���������������+������������������������������������+���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  P. DEMATI  !  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notice. I  Coatt Diatriot, Range 2.  TAfilE NOTICE that Annie Higham, of  Vanoouver, ucoupttioa, married woman, in  tai.da to apply  for perminaion to puroba>e  the following dfBcribcd  lands:���������Commencing at a poat planted at the north eaat corner of Mo. 5, heiug three miles north uu'<  I one mile east ol the south west coner of  f No. 1, thence SO chains north,  thence 80  : .chain* east, theuce 80 chains south, thence  j 80 chains weat, to the  pome ot commencement, cofit-tning 640 acres, more or le*a.  , ANNIE HIGHAM,  [ N������me of Applicant.  (Dated June 9ch, 1910.  Walworth-Rolston Co.  Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave.,  ���������   Vancouver, B������ C.  ���������H^X-H^H-H'  LAND ACT.  Form No. &. Form of Notict  Coast Diatriot, Range 2.  f  T  n-  f  ���������v  t,  TAKE NOTICK that Maggie Armatrony  of Vanoouver, occupation, married womau  intend* to apply for permission to purchase  the follwwiua described landa-.���������Commencing at a poet planted af the north eaat corner of No. 7, being four mile* n������rth and  one mile eait of the aouih wt'-at corner vt  1H>. 1. thenoe i orth 8i) chain*, theuoe eaat  8 chain*, tbenoe koui.Ii 80 olmina, thwee  west 80 oluuu, to the point of couimmoe-  iiMut, containing 040 aire*, more or lute,  MAGGIE ARM8T110NC,  Name of Applicant.  D������ted June 9th, 1910<���������>       -     's *     "  t  | Cumberland Livery  i and Feed Stable...  *  ,;.        ���������        i    JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : ALL  *INDS-r-T-^T--  wood  and Coal  Hauled  ��������� Dunsmuir Avenue  ''CUMBERLAND,   B. C.  * ������  E. O. Emde Pipe fitting and  ���������Genei'al'repwiigr       ~���������������������������r-  Always tlie same, and just as  'good as over. The "Grand Dak������"*  ;igar.  [\>\ Ad In the  News  ays.    Try it.  A  "N  New  England  Hotel  Under New  Management.  First-Class   Hoard hy  the day, week or month.  Reasonable Rates  The Bar has been new  ly replenished with the  with thc choiceat of winea  liquors and cigars.  t  James   Walters,  Proprietor  Form Ko. it.  LAND ACT.  J  99  e  ���������m  m  ���������  4  ���������R  0  4  tn  25 so M  g������8  I  I  g  *- 9 'if  _ .   M  Q  m  9  l>  ������    -  i .3  8 it  ? * w  f a  it  *   E  ���������3 *$  a   3  V.  Id  -  a?  p   g f-      Ui*  B-ig li  H   ���������* &  -5  1  M  0)  p.  g  "1  fr  You can now obt2: - *!i3 Cumf/ei  land News for lor $1.00 a year.  Led ub i-ftid it lo you. Payable in  ail Vance.  Old papers. J'oiv.sale tit the News  Oftioe.  Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you  free a cake of their famous Plantol  toilet soap, if you mention this paper.  Form No. 9.  LAND ACT.  Fobhok Notice,  Coast Laud 1 list riot.  DUtrict of New Westminster.  Takk  Notice   that Mary  Thulin, of  Lund, B.C.. occupation nvirriod woman,  intends to apply for permi-sion  to pur-  chaae  the following de-oribed  lanil*:-  Ci tnraenoiujj at a post planted half milo  eaBt< f the North Eu������t comer of olaira applied for by IdaTbulio, thenoe Sonth8(i  chainH thenijj Ennt 80 chains tbenoe Nortl  80 oliaiaa tboi.oo West 80 oliaiua to plaoo  ������l beginning,  MARY THULIN, Applioant.  Biiward Borglund, Agenl,  Dated March 122nd 1910.  1-1*  jj -r *_,  1  r  1  LAND RKGJSTRYA0T.  IN THE MATTER of nn application for a Duplicate Certificate  of Title ti part of Section Ono,  Ciunox Distiict  NOTIOE la li why given that it  is my intention nt th������ expira;ion  of oii9 month from tha duio nf thn  llvct pulilicntinn hcroot to isRiie a  Duplicuio CiirtiiloHto . of Title  to  above laml inHited to John Bapti-ite  Gtddlnu* on thc80.li day of July  1896 and numbered 227r>ti.  J. V, MoLICOD,  Dopnty HeclHlmr Uencml.  Land Rcpisiry Oflioe, Victnrih, D (',  Thn 18ihd.ivufJuii������ 1010.  MADE U4 CANADA  ���������menmmmmme**  tviimm-nvmi  Not only is it a nice mild  ���������moke, but thc "Grand Duke'*  Oignr 1ms nil those neci-fisnty  qualities which give so much  satisfacUuu to the smoker.  AdvertiwMti will confwi' u fuvor  li) In inking in 'iiuiimie, ma iim*l*  ;i������m Momlny. iih tlii* wiil ������nnliU*  iho printors, to im-ort it In the  next iamo on the following Tno*  vlivy.  VQM OF NOTIOB.  UoaitLaod Diatriot,  Plitttet of New Weatmlnater.  AKK NOTICK that Olof Hol.f, of  I, H.O, oeoupiitlnn ranelier, intomln  plyfi-r permte*ion U> piirobut" tlii  wiafl-tUwrfliwi l������nd������i:-Comine loiru  pott l������ltut*d at the ������urt))i.i t .-.irmr  nd applied fur hy Ma llmlio, tbnuuo  h W������ohnitM, tlietce eaat Nt) olitii������,  oe aouth (W cbaiia, tb**.nue weat HO  to tbe |tiw������ ���������������' brgi'iniug.  OL -tf IMLHT.  Kfiw..uti ii������a<iMiMii, Aral.  ted Mflicb -.-JdiI, ivia  Sutihfiwtit.n ��������� Buy it ���������'Grand  Dtike" nnd linvn ������ntit*faotion, l'n-  ion mmlo, bund umdi'. mu mado  from clear llnvnna Klllnr,  Dealer in  ALL KINDS OF  Fruit, Candy Cigars  Cigarettes & Tobacco.  Bonora Block,  m   CUMBERLAND, B.O.  > *>eee<tee*>e^eeeeeeeeee4>  One Wolf 2 H.P.Price $100  One Wolf 2 H. P. splendid  condition Price $125  One F.N. <fc 3 HP. good or  der Prioe $160  One Minerva 4 H. P.  tiree  worn, Price $100  ThosPLIMLEY  i no Gov,t Street, Victoria, B.C.  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Employees  we sub-  ipc to dismissal for allowing aj_m__  _____    _____^^^^  W. L.  COULSON,  General Mauatjer.  NOTIOE TO THE PUBLIC.  Ilaviuij ba It a large warebonae aud m'l.  at Cotirten&y, 3 will io fu'uro keep ou  hand a stock of all lindu of Hay, Onii),  nnd Fei'd at loacst nmrkot mtea. A  B[HciuHy will U maUo nf rollur crnsbwl  fo������d for lii'iraia whioh v ill rai^e o ������.'Vio������,'  of,una third in th������ oo-t of Ued. Ordou  given tlie tenuiBler or liy phono,*ill be  promp ly filled, 'Thnukiai? ynu for your  pitr dii������i> iu tbo past and Roiioi'ing a con  titiuanuoof. ha Btttim ou broader Itnea.I  beg io ren.i'ia  Yonr" tocomtunud,  BYRON CRAWKOUD.  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-end service  between Vancouver,  .    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Prop  Wholsale Dealer   in   Wines,  Liquor  and  tmU-mmm MJ*mm*mi9\%mmZ-',im-Lm.  ..... ti ik������ mbrn^fm **������������������  , ���������������,m-mmmif'-'A*<* <���������"���������  ���������').'-*'    '   ���������*  ', .m)*-*t-m-tym-mi*/*'-' '  '���������#4.   '>#r     I   .:.(.";,..  uamT'     .;���������**".  s^*,;^'������i4.^'  '.A   .Umi    ���������  P. O Box 116  irhone 29 ..,  CUMBERLAND  Hi  Mnmnmilmamt  m-������L������l  ,.#" THE   NEWS,   6W]3E*itAND,   BRITISH   COLi MBIA.
Head of Great Firm Takes His Official
Staff From Their Little Dingy Old-
Fashioned Headquarters and Sets
Them Down In the Seventh Floor
of the Guardian Building in Montreal���Must Keep Pace With Times.
If you want to do business with Sir
William Macdonald of Montreal, from
this time forth, you eau do it
over the telephone, by calling Main
7860, or you can take the elevator up
to the seventh floor of the Guardian
Building on St. James street and interview him personally. Sir William
has given permission to the public
that they may do one, the other or
both. In fact, Sir William has allowed it to become known that hereafter
the tobacco business is to be run on
strictly up-to-date principles. And
there's a reason.
Sir William is moving.
For forty-four years, day in and day
out. Tain or shine, snow or sleet,
Montreal's richest, most philanthropic
and most eccentric citizen has been
driven, in winter wrapped in a good
old buffalo robe, in a typical Canadian cariole, in summer in a closed
coupe, from his home on Sherbrooke
street, to a modest, almost retiring,
dingy set of offices in one of the well
aged three-storey stone houses in
Notre Dame   street.     One  flight   of
T*e  Little   Isle  of   Man   Is  Having
Trouble With Its Taxes.
j It is a curious coincidence, saya
j Ti.��j Manchester Guardian, that there
I should at present be serious eonstitu-
j tioiial conllict between the branches
I of the Manx Legislature arising out
j of the veto of the Legislative Council,
or .Manx Upp.gr House, on the linan-
I cinl arrangements believed necessary
j by the people's representatives. But
. in the Isle of Man, the people's grievances against the Upper Chamber go
much deeper than in England. There
is not a single direct tax in Man, the
whole national income arising from
duties on necessaries cf life and from
customs. Moreover no tax can be put
on by the House of Keys, and not a
penny spent except with the governor's consent and the approval of ths
non-elected Upper House. There has
for long been an outcry against this
state of things. When old-age pensions became the law in the United
Kingdom, a strong agitation for pensions arose in the Isle of Man, and
with one or two exceptions members
of the House of Keys were all elected
to provide pensions and secure the
passing of estate duties. Lord Kaglan
promised to have the Estate Duties
bill prepared and to allocate receipts
to pensions, and on this understanding the Keys passed both bills and so
allocated the funds. On the bills
reaching the Legislative Council, however, the Upper House postponed indefinitely the consideration of the
Pensions bill, and, in accepting estate
duties, limited the scope to three
years and passed the proceeds into
the general revenue. These actions
have caused great resentment in the
Isle of Man, and it is certain that the
House of Keys will refuse to pass the
Estate Duties bill on these terms. In
all probability they will refuse to give
the governor any more money for general purposes until he provides for
old-age pensions. As the revenue requires strengthening, and public
works are starved, the governor is in
an awkward situation. The Keys are
determined to get some control of tlie
Executive. Manx' constitutional reform, long demanded, is bound to be
brought nearer when the attention of
the Imperial authorities is called to
the non-representative character and
enormous powers of the Manx Upper
breaking stairs and a glazed door confronts the visitor with the announcement that within is "The Office of Sir
William C. Macdonald." Further ad-
vertising would be .superfluous.
A wood cut from a musty edition of
Dickens and a pen to write as Dickens wrote when he told the tale of
Martin .Chuzzlewit and his counting
house hidden away in tho heart of
London, might well describe Sir William and his surroundings. Everything is in keeping, for everything is
old, Tho simplest, of oflice furniture,
nn ancient clerk or two, thn tick took,
tick tock of a common kitchen clock,
the rustle of the ledger, not another
���sound���here is the head and brains of
that vast tobacoo business which is
known from one end of tho Dominion
'to the other.
Hut Sir William is moving.
He walked over to .St, James street
the other day to look ovor the new
offices, which had been taken for him,
ior the first, time, They are on the
seventh floor of a modorn office, build,
ing. Sir William received his first
shock when ha found himself facing
the elevator,
"Going un?" shouted the boy,
"1 never have gone up, never in my
life," murmured the old gentleman
tromulouHly, "but I presume it is not
too Into to begin,   Yi*k, I shall try it."
Sum Kinloy, somewhat of an arnhi-
twit there in Montreal, also u yachts,
man, and an all-round good fellow, is
tin: pri'Mtlit ti'iiuilt ou the auvejitlt
floor. When Sir William walked in,
Kinley was biiny, oh, ho very busy, on
Iho telephone As he hung ii|i tin* receiver, Sir William, shaking his In ad
and his stick both at the instrument,
"Do you use one of Ihose?"
"Yen, nit," smiled the genii**! Fin-
ley. "I)n hall of my buslnasH on it,
Its the only half I have time to do."
"I never lipiikt' into one in my life,"
said yir William Hidettmly, "hut now,"
(more Miliiuiilyi "I uelii-vc Ihe tli*.
iiiiiihIh of tuy busim".* are unite as
wearing i.n ue. a- your* on you. I
>*hall have u telephone."
Although tint over entlmxlaslir over
llm iiiinl.fii i'.<ii,\i-iiii in'cn in hi* new
offices, Sir William took ijnite a fatiev
to Muue of the furniture villi whiefi
Mr. Finley, who prides himself un
liavitii- Miiiii'thing of an artistic eye,
lllln dri'iiliitnl hi, place (|( hllMi||i*rt!>.
"Would ymi |i.> Kidling anything,
now," asked tin* old tobacco king,
"N-H* ll'u nil (,,f Mt|(. mvnlf into
the bargain,    tepiieti Mr, I'liiley, on
"W'il, 1 ���>���������!- thinking." niin*.e��l Sir
William, "thnt '(would he a Rroat
jiii'iy f mi ni.* tied  Wii.<)i4.iji.l,"
"Hut the ii.n-hM.iii.l, ��ir, U a part
n( th"   building.    It   goes   with   the
��� '���.    ' .1,1     .  . ii  ,,.ii ,. ,
be iietviMiiy tn lmy that."
"Ah," mid the ell pentl.'innn'n fnoa
rh'flred perceptibly, "I wn- nnt, aware
nf that. I have hu I no oecmioti pre.
vtiiii-1 In thi�� tn innl." um> .if mich an
iirtMe. (lu��, it |, rn well. V.voty.
thing   will   he   in...|ern,"    And   one
r-nlt'.f .'llfll'.-t 't|>���..���"',��� l|, ,< lli ,r,' \i ,,
II tinge nf  !-,t<llie"  111  III*  vniei*.
. "I nm Vild. Sir Williiun, that you
had lully ini.Oe >ijt vi.in nun | n, re.
main in your nili.e- (.inver," *ni.| Mr.
Firihy by may nf ^.nver-ntion, it* he
started timer.!, the dour.
"Y'iiltig fii-iii 'h r.' i* no Inr.'vur,"
riplinl th.   kmt'ht
"Ft-'ll,    ill''    ���  l.'t-l le    It     .ill     },,',),     ,,,.
��� Ii"'i;��l' ��li Fi.i tt-.r-r wi, <mili-ii> I,,
H   h'V. I   Alt!,  tl,*-  C liar.     IVfllllpi  th;,t
intlto-iirfd yi>n tn ntore'r" <"ii'-ri<-<l ��)����
n red it- if
"I'li in it -'-.ttt a hare (<��' v**��u m
cba*e. V'-ung hum, I bid you ff'*��|.
Mr. Arthur Sturgeon Speaks Well of
Canada's  Literary Outlook.
A recent visitor to Toronto who haa
won friends wherever he has gone ia
Mr. Arthur Spurgeon, J.P., of London, England, general manager for
Cassell & Co., one of the most noted
publishing firms in the world. In a
speech before the Empire Club on May
6, he. spoke highly of the outlook for
Canadian literature, Mr. Spurgeon,
who is president of the International
Association of Journalists, was bom
tit Lnkonham, Norwich, in 1801, and
was otlucntod at Cnrrow School and
privately. He served a iouritnlistia
apprenticeship iu tho omen of The
Norfolk Nows and Eastern Daily
Press, Norwich; was managing editor,
Lowestoft Weekly Press, 1885-1)1; wa*
on tho stuff of National Press Agency
as special Parliamentary representative, and later as managing editor,
1MM.J905; is founder of London So.
eiety of Fast Anglinns; chairman ol
The Plymouth Daily Mercury, and
Fellow of tlm Institute of Journalists,
lie has written many loading articles
and descriptive sketches In dally nnd
weekly prosH. He is Boiug as ilr��Vgiit��
tu the Publishers' lnW)rn��itioiial Con-
gress at Amsterdam next month ai
president-elect of the Publishers' Circle, London, Kng. Ho has boon general manager of Messrs, CiishoII tc Co.
of Loudon, New York, Toronto and
Melbourne since 1005.
Anothar Injustice te Ireland,
Seine am using stories ure told by
Mr. Charles T, King in his book,
"The Asiniilh Parliament." Hon- is
ont.* about the President of <he Local
C   ,   _;....   .1   li   -., t      Mv    Ti.lin   llmw
hml one day been chatting with the
I'rilK'e nl  \Sllle��, WIIUII IH'  NS.In UH' UH
hy all J null iiiembi'i wlm i- ���-iitliu-i;m>
lie nver tobacco-growing in Ireland,
"bmk lien1, Mr, Hum*, said tin*
Irish meinber, eug^rly, "will you do
  a favnrK'   "What is it?"   "Will
JOU  ,l-l��   Uie   I Iih,.    u,   V, ue.    ,.,  ....,.��� .
a (igiir made trout tubuici iiiown in
Inhiinir" "Certainly not," naiil Mr,
IJurn-, with hi< well-known eiiiphasis,
"Why tint;" l^keil the Iri-li lliemher.
Mi. Hufiih Wri'tv hi/ii.-elf up, ruptured
bn. t-l)..ii|i|ern, liitiked the Irish mem-
hm  ������tniight in the face, and replied*
l,|''..lll-e,   II-   11   Mini-'..  I   nf   il..'   I'i.,��ll,
it ii mv duty, n�� well a* tny privilegi1,
f. p> ��� ' hi I!..j al Ilifhr,..:. Irom
���i-.-n.- -iii.itiuii!"
The Torturw 4* Jn^i^estipn i
Banished J��y Jhe,Toftic    i
Powers ot %. yn
lwn��s�� PitfH fills      ��� , !
Victims of ihdW\r> ^ave small |
choice between t^'. ^\\��"^n the one [
hand a stiu*viition d'^X, w,,ijli means
great weaHnfi��s ui��^ '(jcpi'ession of
spirits, and on the ^\|,cr hand forcing themse|Vcs tfl t&\ tWurishnient
in spite of tbe*acUt^ Hnt-eIh\e inflicted bv each nieUl-
In the 86(ircU for * ex-��� they find
common medicines jjl^t'the stomach
and render the foQcj \0te. difficult to
digest. Lajcativc'S.Or^ violent jind
weakening, and 8..^4Hled 'pre-digest.
ed foods" tiie^iy e^fie '"e cause of
the trouble and -he ^ot>iac.h ��� steadily
grows weaker-
" The common ss%<ia ^ay 0f curing
indigestion is th^ I7r> \ViUiani8' ^ay
���the making of Po/* rich blood by
Dr. Willi'Uiis' ph\ii Mli�� that gives
tone to the ^o.-K'-V"1 i5j,sj?m *xxd invigorates the rMi'tre^Qd pigPsUve ��N
cans. Dr. WiUi^hg , H"k Pills have
cured thousands of i% ivot&t cases of
indigestion tin'ou^H tl\l.jri simple tonic
treatment a.nd o��e e\*.ehebt e\-aniple
of these cures ia th" i^se of Miss 'M.
Y. C. Roherge,' &��\h .Que., who
savs- "For oPw��fcl^. .f nl��e years I
suffered almost ccntl^aously thG tor.
tures of indigestion. ;\t times I had
no appetite; ut ot'^ts ^ere was a
craving for food, \ri\ w-hatoypr I took
caused me {he RfyPVt Punps. As
the result 0l the t^uble I suffered
from violent headi-Ape. ftnd I prew
pale and \\eak. \ {%d .many different medicines;' goin0-gflve me a little
relief, but none ��tiv0 we any Permanent benefit until j .W"n uslng Br.
Williams' pinK f%- I had "only
taken these �� fe^' \\'e%s *'hw I found
such help as F ht\d \t foUijd before.
The pains 0fti>r eut'hjr gr-'tdually dis-
appeared, jr>y Hh(7-^itie Rtew better,
and after nsi"e lhe ^il!s,.f(>r a couple
of months \ found ^yse" completely
cured, and ht\vc ^[ sltce htid a
tivinee.of the txwio\?i. \ gratefully
recommend V>\. \\'i,ltaJIlS ^ink pills
to all who suffer X\-0l\ 3��y form of indigestion.*"
throu-h thoir ixc^n or> the blood
troubles    as    i��ha<^Vin�� ,..indigestion,
sick headaches,  vli*,>\iP|,.t,ls��n  and   all
forms  of  ,icry0ns   t^0ubles   such   as
neuralcria, fit. ?i\\)^ d*1"^. atld P"r-
tial  nnralvpis.    1*n%  P'Us  are    especially   valuable   H>   cowing   girls
and women 'inc' e^h. t'ie headaches,
! sideaches aTid othpf t^ins l^own only
to them.   Sold "by f>li medicine doal-
! ers or by rnail n't % cents a box or
six boxes f0r <j,^o h0m The Dr. Wil.
hams' Medicine C""< proekville. Ont.
Mrs. Gibbet (;,t (Jte tn��sicale)-I
had so much tc ie!1 yo��. Mid no* the
pianist has JU��t st^'V^*
Mrs. Nuit���Oh. l"^a eneore him.
Keep Minard's Ll^-V^nt in the house.
Mistress���'*t)i%P: you tire irom the
south, are von net? .   .
Cook���"yes��jft, I<'t\d �� ,rc|m the
south: I w��* Mil? fast, yftller chile
horned on Am^t VnUQ."
Red, Weiik, We<i^f Watery Ev����
Relieved by ^hr^fi ?> Re^y*
Try Murine for f\t **yn Troubles.
You will like MtffV* ���lt Soothes.
.Wc nt Your Or'itj^^U- Write for Kye
Rooks Free- ��lxi%o t'-ye Uemedy
Co., Toronto, 8
Paris has Mii'V^Vo '"Hod of under,
crnnnd Tnjtwn<R *fi^\ tl'�� construction
of fwenty.thre'o m'^H n,^ro bus beon
A Cure foi. !*�����/*���� and A��;ue,���Disturbance of.th* HOifi��'\nnrt liver nl;
ways preeede fttt^ Hm   ��*   ��over   nnd
!��cun, showing 'Ip^h^^nt nf the di-
ocKtivo orgat-iH i\t)f] t\ptcrionition in the
imtallty of thn b'%1.   ,<n thr.se ail-
imonts Ptirtneire'R Vwinnhia l>iii�� have
been found btflH P^wei'^, a,ht\t\t\g thc
', fever and t>ubi'h|ri,? tbn n"?H�� In n few
idavH.   Them nr�� ^Bn>' \v>'0 ure sub-
Meet tn t),ese diHtf%^lnB flisttirhnnces
iiTir) to Uie^e tariff, \ po hotter pr>pnr.
iiition procprniile /is n nteims of relief,
i   \Villi��--.po,>i�� yo*- f,nn tako to nrith.
1    GillisMttdel'd l1*> d"f's.    Lagt year
he took fiilsn Weil>V'' 'l,1(l nirtit��nri*��i
ithis your be if st(ltlv*nK rnbntintr, nnd
next yeur he w\\\ li,j{0 up connnuntii-
tionof flpeH,
| Mln��rd'�� |*lriifnlr��t lumb��pm��n'i friend
1 A $20 gold \i\tiC\ beat ,,) |nto gold
leaf, will cnv''i* 0%n thitit 16 miliar"
yards of ffUrlHc0.
1   Thottsiiti'^ nf r^^ttters enn fostlfy tn
i the virtu,* of Nf'V ()rn'es' Worm
'Fxterinlniitor,    p^^nH"    (hey    know
from experii.iicn h\ tisef���| it |s.
1   Tomkbii��vVr���i[ ^Ife  Meenm to be
n very ih"hgb,'i"' \��">n'un,"
Thom��iH"n-"Hl',x i-.Khe(thinks of|
,'     ���,   - * ��� i    i   '
., ,.  (
en H1"
*ut hi*
>  "1   I'Hp' N   ��<   ���   ��ti>l'|
Hard on the Steward,
T, P, O'dmii.ir \��bil��* in AmerlM
t'.l I iniiiiy u ��tory about ub��i.-iite<i
"'in. ,,f the.,* rrimi,'* ��i!.f Mr,
O'CiiuiK.r, "*r��ite to hu K' tty ��U*w-
rod from a Piccadilly club in tha
tr.iuM'.ii* <|iiy�� of I,nnd !,. iipue urtl
in" tihirhtfri-
"Till tbe tenant, thai no UreaW
t��� An>: \��u will frighten ����."���
i Only n**e o'i| ''I cvi'i'v fifteen tier-
��� j.0,,, wi), h,^ h���fl\ (,t'pH in portrot con.
k -<AWtiZ!jjJ
''���It't^r -* ��;
w- M- \).,H*, m
Rejected the Army to Become a Pion.
eer In Motoring.
Mr. Graliatne White strikes one ns
a typical (lying man. Young (he is
only just ihirty). tall, mid lithe, ha
looks as hard as nails, and gives the
impression of being practically without nerves.
He was originally intended for the
army, but his taste lay in the direction of fiigineering, and he followed
his inclination. His love of sport is
inherited, his father being a famous
yachtsman. At Bedford Grammar
School young Grahame White is
chiefly remembered for his success as
a cyclist. When fifteen he and his
brother wee joint owners of a small,
motor-car, and his experiences witli'
this machine tempted him to the
motor industry, He not only established a business, for making motorcars, but raced them, winning many
From motoring to aviation was but
a natural step. His early experience
with motors was, of course, of considerable service to him in his flying
experiments, but his. connection with
aviation is quite recent. Hg had not
even seen any flying until the Rheims
meeting last August. He was so taken with the new sport that he there
and then ordered a Bleriot machine,
and was himself astonished at the
quickness with which he learned to
Less thnn a month ago he acquired
the latest "improved type of Farman
biplane, litted with a Gnome fifty
horse-power rotary motor, and his instant mastership of this wonderful
machine ut once inspired him to try
ior the Manchester record.
A plucky attempt was made recently by Mr, White to win the prize ct
$50,000, and at first his success seemed assured.
He was compelled by adverse
weather and engine trouble to wait, at
Lichfield, with sixty-nine miles still
to be traveled, until too late to comply with the conditions under which
the prized is offered.
Mr. White started on his great journey soon after five in the morning
frogi Park Royal, his mother and
sister being present to wish him good
The machine rose easily and gracefully, the engine worked beautifully,
and everything thus early promised
-well���for- t-he-daring���young~axiatca_ji.
Flying splendidly, Mr. White soon
left the accompanying motor-cars he-
hind, At one period he attained a
speed of sixty miles an hour.
At Rugby lie made the first of the
two stops he was allowed on the
journey* and after having some refreshments left for Crewe, which was
to be his second halting place.
Fortune, however, decreed otherwise, for, numbed with cold, and feel-
ing sorely in need of rest, Mr. White
descended for a second time at Hade-
more, near Lichfield.
While awaiting more favorable con-
ditons his biplane wus seized by a
boisterous wind Bnd overturned, suffering damage that was repaired in
time for n flight the following week
only by the fiercest exertion on the
part of hia mechanics.
"^_ ������   -' ' ii.      ii - ���     i mm i���.mmr
Scottish end Irish Bogs.
The recent "bog-slide" in County
Rosoomrrion, recalls the fact that Ireland ha�� still close on 2,830,000 nores
of bog-lnnd, varying in depth from
ninotoen feet tea few inches. Scotland is also "rich" in bog. Rnnnoch
Moor, for instance, is noarly twenty
miles square.. Moss Flanders, in
Perthshire, still contains over 10,000
acres of peat, and it is reported that
tbo deep Mack Moss contains 800,000
cubic yards of pent. The reason why
bo few calamitous bog-alidos take
place in Scotland compared with lre>
land is due to the varying constitu-
onts of tho boss, thoir situation, and
tho higher cultivation of neighboring
InntlR. After a long spell of rain���tlw
usual fororunner of an Irish bo*
slide���groat quantities of wator accumulate nt the bottom of tlio bog, Thn
mosses and dense plant life.on tho
Rurftico, or close to the surface, prevent evitporiilion, nnd the pressure of
tho steadily rcctuiiulatlng water either
risos tlw superincumbent muss and
makes H overflow its natural bound-
arifiR, or hursts n subterranean pit*-
*HK��. Where, however, tho fringe, of
tho bogs hnvo been reclaimed, as In
tho en st* of most of the Scottish hog*
ond tlui land jn the nnighhorhoo I
drained and moro or less cultivated,,
artificial t-i<eopen are created which ;
drain off the Hoods. Honeo tho main i
reason for Iho paucity of bng.slldes )
in Scotland compared with Ireland, |
where the bog lands aro utill in a
"utatu <d nature." J
T��a ti Ireland's Ours*.
Ponie interesting RidelijrbU on th* I
life of Hie peasantry in Ireland nro
contiiittud in the reports of the In-;
speetorn of National Schools, which
have lnti'ly been issued. The report
nays; "The use ol tea Is now carried
fo stteli doiifptrou** oxvoM that tt ranks
before iih'uhnl m an enemy of the pub.
lie health, To aggravate the Rituntloii
it Is in the very poorest parts ef the
nrutntrv thnt tho ten evil Is most active mil liurlllll, U 11* Wil,1- Wie die,i|i .
������I'M. :.f l.':i tint rench the^e pnor t\eeA
tiie; -nnd, let thu quality ho gnnil or *
nml, the ten is so prepared for use ;
that tie* li'piid, when drunk, hn* the '
propci'lli's of n slow poison. The ten.!
not unwind on the lionrth nil dny I
line, is i.-pTit liternllv nn tnp: t(ir*'
iwinhrr.-i nl Mm liiuiily, yiuing n* well .
os old, resorting to it lit discretion."
Bertstord Suit Ends,
The eurlou*  romance  of  (he  Inte
I.or.|     Deluvnl     Here-iford,    known
thnnnjlimit  Mexico  ns "Lord  Hor->��-
ford," nnd n colored woman. bn�� Inut
leut'hi'il     a     liimiicial     conclusion ���
thrnuffh the pnvtitunt In currency and I
land i��f  n.einm).      When,  after  tin- ]
-U'ttth of j.ord ]>i.*lnvnl Iteii'Nfiird iu n I
railway accident   in   Atnericn   three I
your* i*gi',   hitd   rii-irlc-i   Here'ufurJ j
came hi settle hii< brother'* cetnto, he j
wns confronted with tin- clninn* ��i the \
<**l��.r��l moinMin. wh> represented thn* i
��he wfl* the wife in common lew of j
l^ird iMnval.    Iditd t'iiHrli-i- ���inn-ri'd ,
The Doctor's Answers
By Dr. Lewis Baker.
The questions answered below are general in ohar.
acteir; the symptoms or diseases are given and the ans-
wots will apply to any case of similar nature. Those
wishing furttter advice free, may address Dr. Lewis
Baker, College Bldg., Golleae-Kllwood Sta��� Dayton.
Ohio, enclosing self-addressed envelope for Teply. If
unable to obtain any of the drugs mentioned of
your regular dru-gist, go to some prominent large re-
tair drug  store which is sure to be well stocked.
George B.���You state your symptoms are constant thirst, feverUhness,
pains in the back and groin, swelling
of thei ankles, puffs under tlvs eves,
Inilamed eyelids, painful, smarting,
and frequent urination, sleeple.-sness,
catarrh, etc., and you ara correct in
surmising that your kidneys and
bladder need a good tonic treatment.
Have anv well-stocked druggist mix
the following; 1 or., fl. ext. buchu.. 1
or., comp. fl. balmwort and 4 ozs. comp
syrup sarsaparilla. Take a teaspoonful before or after meals and
one when retiring. Drink plenty of
water between mjals. Eat slowly.
Abstain from alcohol. Continue treat.
6 to 8 weeks.
George W.���You have dyspepsia, if
your symptoms are bloating and belching, pains in the stomach, foul
breath, headache, weakness and
dirtiness. You should avoid pastries
and sweets for some t'me and take a
teaspoonful after each meal, of the
3 oz. essence of pepsin, 1 oz. comp.
essence cardiol and 2 oz. syruo of
ginger. Mix. The foregoing will usually correct aud cure any car;e of
indigestion or dyspepsia.
Frank���Your, extreme thinness is
unnatural. You should weiph 25
pounds more. Your trouble is due to
inability of the digestive tract, ��� or
alimentary canal, to absorb the proper elements that go to make flesh and
fat from the food taken into your
system. I know many who have
gained a pound a day for 30 days
throutrh the use of the following pr.s-
scription. Your sister will find_ it
very strengthening, while increasing
her weight. You can both use it to
great advantage.
3 ozs. essence of pepsin, 3 ozs. syrup
hypophosphites comp., 1 oz. tincture
cadomene, (not cardamom), and 1
or*. comp._essence. cardiol. Mix. Take
a   t.aspoonful"~after ~rnS8lr~STid���one
before retiring.      Continue for 30 to
00 days.
Mrs. S.���Your complaint is a very
common one antl is commonly termed
"whites." In reality it is leucorrhea,
and if permitted to become chronic
is vsry weakening and causes many
complicated female diseases.
Write, me again, giving full name
and address and all symptoms, and I
will mail you prescriptions and outline a thorough curative treatment for
all female diseases.
Business Man.���Your condition i*
not beyond hope. Timidity, insomnia,
nervousness and inability to act
rationally and naturally as a healthy,
vigorous person would, can soon be
overcome, and abounding new health
can be felt surging in rich, red blood
through the entire system if the following treatment is fa thfully adhered
to. Use the following powerful, though
harmless nerve tonic in tsaspoonful
doses 3 to 4 times a day. Comp, fluid
balmwort 1 oz., comp. essence cardiol
1 oz., tincture cadomeno comp. 1 oz.
(not cardamon), and comp. syrup
.sarsaparilla 3 ozs. Mix all to-jether.
City Lass���The following formula is
said to be used by a noted bsauty
specialist for increasing the flesh of
the bust, arms and neck. If propsrly
used it should prove very satisfactory
and round out your figure as desired:
Comp. tincture cadomene 1 oz. (not
cardomon), glycerine 2 ozs., rosswater
3 ozs., and 1 teaspoonful of borax.
Mix. Shake well and apply to the
neck, arms and bust, rubbing and
massaging until completely absorbed.
Then wash the parts treated with hot
water and soap and dry thoroughly.
Then massage with olive oil or sheep
tallow. Apnly morning and night for
several weeks or months as the case
may require.
Fred :-c-Ask your druggist to prepare
you, a solution oP boracic acid with
which to treat your inflamed and
-watering-eyes.  ������������������
meitm foot comfort It keapa laather toft and pliable- makae
ahooe Inst longar.   Doo�� not contain an/ Turpentine,
Aolde, mr othar Injurious Incradlsnte.   Brilliant
and laating-ona rub ooos tha trlok. i
all otALr.na, too. %
TUB e. r. OaiXIV OO., klMI-ratt, HamliUn, Ont., ana BuffMla, M,V.
For making SOAP, soft,
���ning wattr, removing old
paint, disinfecting sinks,
closets and draiaa and
for man? othar purposes,
A een equals 20 lbs. Sal
Soda. Useful for fivo
hundred purposes.
vToW CMmm*?'*
! L W. Olllstt Co., Ltd, #
Ttrselti Osl.
Warning the Editor
"Who's the author of 'The Hake of
tho Gulch' thnt you're prlntlu'P"
"I um," said th" man ut the desk.
"Well, il the IMute nln't shot ntul
fed lo coyotes In the lust chapter you
kin ("top niy paper."
| In the Nursery
Mother���Why did you hit your bro.
;th��r on the nosop
'.lohnny���I was evolving n plan for
universal pencil,
i    New south  Wales   him   reclaimed
; 2,000,000 acres of bind by irrigation.
A Coloriulo mnn has   Invented    n J  u
tool fur r-iinning tho wire stitches     ;\ rapid growth of the finger nnlls
from magazines, ! Is considered to imlicntt- good health,
The tivortian annual death rale of*    I'upi-r may bn nmile n good nlootrb
uriiii'H of the world in tin o of pence,cnl conductor by impregnating it with
U less thnn ono per hundred. {carbon,
^^^^ ,
Blood Poisoning
Started from Wound
An accident which threatened wont |
ro��nlU   until    TIR.   OHABE'8       I
OINTMENT was applied |
Ko wound or hurt but has most ��erl. j
mis possibilities mill's* antiseptic j
treiitmeiit Is npplied to prevont blood. I
poisoning. I
Lives are often laved by having nt
hand a box of Dr. ('hitse'n Ointment. |
Ith lllltlM-ptil'. ptiipt lti< il pl'i'Vvtlt blo���-'V
polsjuing and it is so remarkablyi
healimj that cure is sunn brought1
ahont,' |
ThU case will interest you. Mrs, I
V. Hopkins, 8t. (leorge, Ont., writes;
"I feel like dhoutlng the praises of
Dr. Chiise'i Ointment. One dny Inct
year whlln threnbin��, my son -aot
bmily hurt by having the prongs of a
fo(k iuu into lvin l"��. In a day or two
il U-iraii to ��i*t very tore anil blood
��"��H|     t-.'tnm***. in'tti     ���*   tintn*r-    iiiii-mt<* -till
�� suit in Monff-o lo otut th�� woniari h '"'����'�� to m*t wry tore and blood
from Ibn eittntft anil di��clnim Iwr a*  poisoning set in.   \V�� did everything
his brother's heiress, with the rcMiltlfor.it hut it would heal In one pjnon
abovf biitml.   Tlw entire estate mmsl
t��1u��.I at over IM.OOO.'iOO.
ami liri'ak out in another.   This kept
on for t!ir��*t�� months when finally wo
got n box of Dr, Chase's Ointment,
"In about �� week's time   wn   tin.
.1,. ..i ..  ,, , ,.!  ;.f^l   '!..,,*; .'    ���,.-: ' ''t* o'i""
liiri'e lioxes lie was cured eoiii|ilt*t"ly,
He has had no return nf the trouble,
My husband wns cured of it bnd case
of piles by tho use of two boxes of Dr.
Chnse'N Ointment.' It ih a wonderful
Dr, (.'hnsn'n Ointment is wteful In
*-<*nr"t> nf ways In every home. While
its great reputation has bi>eti mndo ns
a cute for oc/.oinn nnd piles there In
not a case oi itching or irriinUnl nkiu
iIIhpmsh in which it will fail to bring
Tlje better you become acqualnlwl
with Dr, Chase's Ointment the botter
yoti .M*ill appreciate Its wonderful
(.oiitfiiriff, healing qtinlitles. Any
driifHit will tell yoti of its remarkable
records of cures, ,
Dr. Vhtiae'n Oinlmant, 00 cont�� i
box, all th'/ilers or Kdmansnn, Hates
A Oo��� Toronto Wrlt�� for free copy
of Dr, CIia����*�� R��sipt*��. THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  W  REGULAR and systematic exercise,  cannot  be, instituted   too  early.  ln ithe  training  of  little   children,   and   the   results   will   be  doubly beneficial if the enjoyment of  play can be associated with the dally"^  ilrtil.   There will nevet   be any dlffl- *  culty    In   securing   th$   child's   enthusiastic    co-operation,    for    lt    is  natural for the little one to be active,  and when mother, joins In the gymnastics the result Is foreseen.  1 advise these light gymnastics, or  calisthenics, to be taken In the' early  rnlng hours for about ten minutes  oh day. The clothing should be  .comfortably loose and there should bo  paid strict attention to the order anil,  work, Do not allow any foolishness  to enter Into tho exercise, and Insist  upon a concentration of the mind,  which Is always beneficial In this kind  of action.-  The first exercise should bo taken  after the command of "Forward,  bend!" Is given. Ovor the strong arm  of the mother the little child should  bend until the hands touch the door.  This Is not illffloiilt for the soft, llox-.  Ibis bones of a little one, Have this  movement repented four or five times.  The balancing movement should  then be taken,  'With hands on hips, a  backward movement jhould be taken.  Be sure to support the tody at the  waist line, as this will prevent any  straining of the muscles of the child,  and will also give the little gymnast  a feeling of security.  * A leg movement is the next in order.  With the knee straight, it must be rals.d  at right angles "with the body, then  slowly lowered. This should.be repeated  slowly and carefully, and the other limb  given its due-exercise In the same way.  The next exercise is especially delightful to a little child, Upon mother's  horizontal bar the girl or boy can take  a firm grip and be lifted from the  ground; the h;ad must be kept well  raised, and thero must never be any  overtaxing of the arm muscles.  Last, and very Important, Is the exercise to encourage deep breathing. The  arms should bo straightened out In front  of tho body and slowly moved to tho  sides. As this is done, the baby must  tako a deep breath, The exhalation  naturally follows whon the arms are  brought together again. Tt Is quite easy  to Inculcate a habit of deep breathing���������  . ono thnt Is sadly negl;ctcd by tho average woman���������and I advise you to emphasize this stop lh the dally drill,  When tho wisdom of mother is added  to the earnest work of the child, the  oallsthenloB will give, what usually results from well-directed efforts, a quick  and benoflolol result, Your Uttlo girl  or boy Is not too young for the d.iliy  drill, and ton minutes each day cn.i  certHInly be spared to give the 11 ill; mie  u systematic training.  ADVICE ON SOCIAL CUSTOMS  Uh $fh*m~tf&*mt  4Wdm*e*^/y4m^*lrfr*m%+ \  Am^AmL'/AmV (Sham*  SMk  WHEN TO INTRODUCE  AN INTRODUCTION is a formal  predentin Ion of out person to  ii neither In a courteous man.  nor. It In not a collection of  words Unit must be imrlod at two  mortals without a. regard for the  pitido of meeting, It In about the  time for Introductions that I wish to  apeak today,  Introductions need not lie mado In  publlo unless thore Is a decided ro-  ���������tiiilnt, Then the two strangers  sli mi WI he hrloily Introduced, merely  as a mutter of convenience, If a  ���������momentary halt lm mud������ on tho  street, tlio third friend need not bo  presented! but If there promise to he  lengthy  conversation,   It   would   bo  In departing, It Is unnecessary to Introduce him to others.  At a private dnneo tho guests nro  Introduced hy^n hostess to the daughter  or friend who Is helping her to receive*  nnd, as the opportunities occur, n* many  Introductions should he made as pas.  slble, At large bulls It In proper to He-  cure the permission uf tlie woman bo-  fore a man Is presented.  On a day at homo the guests who are  near at hand nro Introduced liy thn (Jae  who receives, hut nt a largo reception  the hostess must not Novo her place to  make Introductions, Hlm presents a  newly urrlvctl guest to the one liesldo  hor.  Koep in mind tho comfort of your  friends, The best gnldw Is tlm euimlilor-  ntlon of other people's feelings. This,'  r ddod tu a olonr Idea of the customs of  well-bred people, will always solve tho  difficulties that mny present themselves,  "tt  r  .;,..'.  entittlrtn. At ctulis, where n group  of people will lm thrown together for  ������ little lime, ll Is expedient that the  name of <>neh on-' he mentioned to  the others by the person of most  authority,  The pleasure of small affnlrs Is  liri-atly enounced by general Introductions, A hostess shoilld call to  lier aid one nr two friends who will  assist her In presenting guests to  each other,  Al a formal dinner-he hostess need  not I tit toil uce every one, but must tin  ���������tire to present the guests who are to  go In together to dinner. Hubse-  fluent introductions can ho made In  tlm iliawliu 11.on.. Tin* i,... ������i i.r  tinner should In* Introduci'd tu every  other some time In Hie course of the  ���������venlng.  Never Interrupt ft conversation !���������>  tnaka an Introduction, When a ������m.������'  D  stop, It may bu that .ho docs not reallmi  now rod ly he is conducting himself,  and your little hint may prove helpful.  Of course, if ho will not reform hi*  ways and you refiiHu to dance with him.  It will lie nocessary for you to deny  yourself that ilnnee, This U jwIIIoiichs  it .it* yuur hostess, who js suppus d to  have asked acceptable parsons to the  dunce,  To Forget Him  Pear Mrs. Adsms,  1 feul quit* Uiwonrtitnt snd hope you run  advise int,   I worked In the sumi: di|iiiri-  nu'til with ii vming mini who showed rv. i v  Indication of curing fur me, Iml as I lutw  a very iirtfnrtunato alinrnatei'lsiin i>r Mini  rutin tn thoso for whom I ciint most I nf-  fiiml.'il  lilm  several   Minus.    Ho  hns been  transferred  to  snotlifir nllloo,  unit  I   hiiie  Ilium mid ho has ulso transferred his in-  ii'iiilniis.   wo now nml hut very seldom,  nml ilU'ii ho bnrHv notlres.inn.   t know,"  Is my finilt. which matins It nil tlm harder  tn hear.   I iiui vory sensitive, und worry  uii> mn Into a ttrr his physical rami It inn.  wmi'i yuu mil nu. Imw i������ (ui'giii hlm J, i  iim  rnwg'M  to lis  miirrl"il,  Hut, ,1  realty  cannot endure ths Idea  of marrying hlm.  My slrl friend ������sv������ I merely vsra tnr tlm  oikr in>Miiise he Is tii'voint my resell.   ,l><>  you think Mils l������ ������o? NUl.t.lK.  Tho  only   way   you nan   forgot   tlm  young nuin Is to Keen your mlml ><>������������������  cupleil with your work,   Vou are unlm  unfnlr   to   your   Ilnnee   If   you    nn;  cherishing thoughts of another man and  aro  allowing  hlm   lo  believe  you  >-[������  sincere.    What yonr girl friend says I*  pretty true   If the young mini were nt-  1 ������tt������*i nt r*���������.*!*,:���������.. ti'titlve to,yuu, perhaps ymi would mil  Letters Of LOIISOlaltOtl care for ll in so much.  ON DEEP  HEMS  IT HAS been found that the lightweight silk dresa does, not hang to  the satisfaction of fastidious woman,  and its hem has been deepened to bring  about a ftrmnesB at Its lower edge.  The Idea is equally applicable to mar-  qulsettes, voiles, organdies and swlsses.  This "newfangled" hem fs a half yard  deep. Fashion notes do not refer to the  added cost of a garment whose hem,  alone necessitates some yards more material, but they assure us, as we would  ourselves surmise, that the skirt is visibly Improved. "  It occurs to us to argue ln favor of lt  as a saving in petticoat flounces and la  Cress trimming.  It goes without saying- that tiie perfectly hung skirt���������the exquisitely fitted  dress���������demands leas decoration than the  makeshift which shrieks out for a kindly, a concealing adornment.  On the more elaborate satins and liberty crepes this deep hem Is, ln reality,  a facing of inexpensive broadcloth, of  flannel or of cashmere.  In applying the bias facing there Is  no difficulty in the fitting of Its bias  ���������width to even a circular skirt, but the  summer frock, which involves a hem of  Its own material, will require careful  handling In the matter of its turn-up to  prevent a twist.  The laying of the hem against the  under side of the skirt will involve a  lapboard and a careful hand for  smoothing and the laying In of the occasional pleat, to say nothing of the  etraight eye required ln planning these  pleats or darts so that they slope In a  Mne with the seams of the skirt.  The deep hem is usually put in by  band. It may be stitched by machine  at times when there Is concealing decoration, such as the narrow lace frill  around the middle of the skirt,  "after 1830," or the row of fringe.  Tucking to the depth of, eighteen or  twenty-seven inches sometimes takes  the place of this abnormal hem ln  some of the white mull dresses from  Paris.  Graduated tucks, beginning with a  elx-lnch one as a hem and decreasing  each one a half inch until one inch  is reached, will be the attractive  skirt finish of some of the lawns.  Six^tiny���������ruffles-jbelow���������theyknees.^or-  slx rows of narrow cotton fringe, will  cover very well and effectively the  bottom of a skirt lf a full inch Is  left bare between each two linea of the  decoration.  All of this Is but a return to the  outlines and the trfmmlngs o*. other  Cays,  This Is the day of revivals, and wa  welcome them.  Requested to Recite  Dear Mrs. Adams.  If a young girl 15 yonr* old were requested to reclto In a society of boy������ by  one of its members, would li be proper for'  her to do ao? '  Would it be absolutely necessary for *  girl or l(i years old lo havo a chapovon  when attending a party with a boy  friend? > Rf.OISK,  Yes; hut a chaperon should go with*  ber to the entertainment,  Yes.  Leaving Cards  Solutions to Social  Problems  Are letters of comoletlon,  repelvsd  ifti-i-   it    .If Uli   In   tl...    f.io.'.L      :,,   \ ,���������  snswfrvd, and If so, how lung it time  should I'lui.m. bitfiirii .loins so? Is ll i,.-t ���������  esaary to uso mourning paper?  . ."ninny."  Letters   of   condolence   lliuuld     be  answered;   but  the   reiilplMit   of  such  notes Is  privileged,  however,   to  wult  until   she   hus   tanoiiKh   self-control   tu  the rules of conv ntlniiiility rcguriilng  mourning, mourning stationery should  lm used,  The Better Way  Ttasr Mrs, Adams,  Humiosi. ������, vtiunv man ssks me tn dsnre,  suit I rufus" liM-mise I An not I'sn* to damn  wild  hlm on ii >uni nf ill    wav h,- mt Inim  inn wlii.ii iImh'IIik, would It iii' nil rlKlu lur  mn iii .mitrx tlmi imril"til.ir numWr with  ���������nnther vnuns msn? .TKWt'.l.S.  \,.,l    , ..{.!.|     ll.lt     Willi    > "tllll B.V     |ll|ll������lt  one mini a dunce arid Dun dmirn ihit  ssme number with another, The b t-  ter til.in would t.f io accept, and then,  wlillc darning. t<ll him tlmi if li������  dt'i-Mii'i  .:il i/i'oycrlj', vim  will hava tu  \ri'vrr Mr I ?fim  Hcsr Mrs   ASiuiis.  I. I   ti Ivid  s   |������mlsl   ri'i|iin*lliig  in;'  to  write, 'coin ������ youiis mini wli������m 1 hs*n  never im^h ������"r mrl. In some msnn������r ii������  tint my nsme snd sddrfss,  Hhell I write/  i. If ii vmins inun culls on in," ii'HUl'ii's  snd I um net i'iiss������������d ti) lilm, li ll wren*  I,. t'lii'iniifiKi' "iiu'i' yt'iius iiii'ii'  ���������.    i.    I.    ,.., ,..n,   Ir,   l.lli'   t'   uni,   ,..,.n     i,.n������.  irisr tin-in Iwlli'vii vuu Hie In love with im-rn  when ymi ere not! WAililil..  1. No You d<������ not know wlint ricks  you would lie taking If you reply to his  postal ciinl,  .. I'ntll you nro engaged to t man  you nro nt llliorty lo accept tho fflttnn-  thms of other young mon.  3. It Is wrong because It Is doing  yourself and the men n\i Injusllio,  ll.iu yuj ivr ;l. ,ighl nii.il ,i n|...i.i-  th.n n young girl would win by suclv ac-  tlons?  Paying Carfare  n������������r  Mrs.   Aitnnis.  1. Is II l>r..|xr for ������ V'dv in f,������y n i<lri'������  ruifurH   If   In.   Is   sliirilliut   nrt   llm   i.i��������� s  ji!������Uuri.- when ll,.' slrl en'et. th* t*r ������nl  speaks to Mm?  Until nre well sniuiMnliM.  'i, js it ni'iiiiei' to tall ylrls uti mi the l������i<"  iiliunu   nml   llllk   in   ll.l'i.i   ll    ������<���������   mu   nut  (iiiiiiislntml with tlm sirls?  .1, I went wllh m slrl lust summer sn.l  1 H'ViWKit lier lo wiui my rliiK, 1 Usui  nsKinl hor for ll sevetiil t lines snd siolnj"  nut slvnn It to nm yot. W "it ������I"J LL''������  to recovw It? THUMB ltO\i������.  1, It Is not necesiiury, ami nolthor Is ll  courteous, for a lmy to pny ii girl's oar-  fare, unless he Is hor escort,   ,  ���������I Not it would ho pliii'litg tlm gins in  emhinrnsslng pusltlons.  ;t. Why not write tlio girl a let ter requesting hnr to return your ring? H*r  sclf-rumieet should prompt hor tu i>-  turn It immediately.  To fFin Back Her Love  liosr Mrs, Ailsms,  Will you kindly till, nie a wsy to win  Imok the love of my wlf*f J. B. I.  First of all, Mini out what yuu Imve  iltiliu to I ONd lur lev i'. and I lieu try to  iiiiuiu fur your irilsotuidiii't. Hho surely  bus Htuiii' reuiioii* tor ccuiilug tu |n\e  yon; mul 1 think a iit'iut-in-lienri talk  unit iho llirnlni' ..ver nf n new lenf in.'iv  n suno pouctt anu jiuiipiiivss.  A Jealous Girl  \ nnsr Mrs. Adam*,     A , ....  '     Would vou ldndlv advls* me wlml  tn do  I If ft slrl Is Imilous of me, tor kwi'iiis v'jiu-  I puny with a yuuns yiiiileiniin?   Hlic lik/s  lilm hikI is slwsyii ssymv tiiinss nl������>ui lilm  umi nu. wlili'h mo rnit trill-,   W   ^^���������ytn^n  nittt.  l.������ii not lose your mKiiliy by lining uuy-  thing tu a girl who Is urifortmiiito  enough to own a Jonlous disposition.|  J'nrslstont kindness on your pari mny  cause li������r humlllatloii and prevent lur  fr"in In ruldlng false reports.  Name on Canh  fiosr Mrs, Atliium    I. f ;iiti |������ ve.'ir. ..I.I iird Hi" n'''"!* ��������� ' tw  n������ier������  n������ nl...i   ..r ������������������!-1. r  ..hi.ii  /.    ao. hi  Ryeiir ss..  |  hst iurd������ slvei. to o.������ nnd  sve iin-if Miem rrf.iiii'iiltv uii'l n f> w 'i������vs  ...ro.    nll.H    I    i,  . ,   I      ,    il.. ..    .       ���������   I  Tlu-v   ef"   Mlnl.it   ,\UU   im   full   ii"''1  mi'l  si������   Iwn   in.)   ..u������-l,..|r   .1. In i   I y  ������������������!,'���������  ho i  "lie-hfllf In. lies.    I hm "l <������������������> 'l������i to- 'Ir'tii.-  stiinies. ������ml o.v il'l.r m..l m- ��������� t* r   I.i  ���������  w.'llltl    l"J   Iim.   fill in i!    Hie!   . i'i'     '������������������  pliii'i.  f ti   ������n������ Iii iitivn  ll.iu i't"  only mv last nanit* sn.l on n������  do voii'tlilidit Whsnl enll nn idils who  l.iivn nn n isiiiiim, hIioiiIiI no cum oe li.tiniitl  I.i On. Kills or left unlliilli'itil Wlutii I .'.;'��������� 17  :'. "ii'liiii tyim tin vou prefer lur iimiii������  I'.uili' ?  ii. iwi's Invi-ndi'r.i'ol'ri'il siiiil.-iioiv, slsnhy  iiliyllilns'i1   I lieiirit II ineiiiil  "love "  I. Whnt Is Hie nientilniT ������r u miiiiiih iiiiiihI  iilislile down In thu ui'i>er ilslii'luuiil ,���������"���������  tn r?  !i. tin I write wlull would In' e .|r.'lil������'ii''l  a iriMiit lidier? I nm verv ii"������I.'I|b i* I'I.hi  mul iic.'oiiiii luiKitlsoni.   "Till1! niiiiNN "  1, I'llthor older or olilor uiuy lw used.  It  Is i|lllle |ilii|ie|' tn line ellher Ihe lull  luiine or tin Miiiniiini', wiili tlie pi'iiu  AIIhh, mi yuur cards. Novur liiimi ������������������  vlMitlim curd to tho iohii'ns, If iheii  Ik nu ,<orviinl In I'Vliti'iiro, loavo .inue  I'lll'd   liicoiisplcUOUHly  nil   till.'  Ii'ov eltlnr  wlmn ciitorlag or leaving.   .  3, ilngllnh script nnd liloclt loiteo nm  tho  H'ol stylos of lottciliiB.  ;i, Tho oolor of one's siiitlunorv linn no  slunllli'iinco.   tl Is iilwnys in heller insic,  llnWCOl',   to  UH"'   Wlllll'  iif I'lOlllll,  I, r'arolcs-.iif.is mi iln* I'.ni nf tho  render.  fi. Your letter Ih slriilKlilfnrwiii'il,  wired li ono nf tlio first I'liimslii'S for  guild lottor-wrltlng.  ,/ Bii,-! Cnuildu.ittioi  ticiir Mrs, Admits.  I. Is it ni'iiiiiir in win- ii i Ik lit blue ivin-  Ingi'oet with ii lini'k brnwii nil nio.m dun  in the nrlrrnonnV If .'.i.-.l IU,. thl������-,  should a hnt he worn?   1, Wllilt 11111*1 eliif ".iv II one Is i.ike.l to  ilnnct) mul wlsliits to mrititT        ,1, Tell mo how to imr'n- niyselr li Onitik-  I, t, . i,t ...i .... I,,,no.  f.   .-.      I.���������riiiiniiii.nl? AMI   /.   I'.  1, HlO'li n ������������������iiinlilil'ltiuli is in luul Instil  Iind wnulil lllilke Ihe weliror ipiite line  splciious, ,\ Iniul. dork eunt Winn Willi  ihe dink limwn dru-s mol un iifiiriimin  hut would lie much holier. I,n*t summer the evening rlniik worn ovor a  lingorlo dress ������us MiiUe iiormlSHlhli* at  tho soashiire ntul nilnr siunmor resi.ris,  lull   HI   llilnpt   this   Hlyle   III   tho   winter,  vinr'nn  'll     t'i*lit   .'"t'li'l'  elnfik i.vi'r  ll  (llllli   lilllHIi,    IMUllll    ll''    t|llltO    I I'll. Illnlll..  S,   "I   shall   lm  glad   to,"   nr   "Yen,  li  i' ���������    ,|ii'.,|.|.   em.   ,i ��������� '���������������������������   IJ   tn.1   iiln ;i��������� Iv  .'nlnieil,"  ate  mill il.le  <ni������wi m.  .'I. Vim limy i.lioV. .vhiI ..|i|tiTi'liillnH  hy tntUng him vuu hu.l i vi ry pi������������������usmt  ������������������ 'filing, but .!i imt tiuii.k lilm, a- lo i>  '���������������'   line   til   hi'   /ri    r      ll.lWUK   tile  I ilegt.    nf    Viiiii     .���������iilll|..'liV.  Dear Mrs. Adams,  How manv cords rhould a morrled woman leave when calling Upon a inai-rln.t  woninii, a widow ond an unmarni'd  woman?  , When ono hss mode a forinRl call and It  hns boen returned, how soon should x  second call bo mado?  If thn lady Is at home when malting- tbe  hih'oiiiI   enll,   should   cards   be   l������ft;   snd  tlioiilil  tlio same number bo left as whnu  miikliig  the thst cull? MA WON'.  A married woman when calling upon  a married woman leaves one of her own  cards-  and   two   of   hor   husband's,  A  mnrrlcd wonmii culling upon n  widow  or un unmarried woman leaves one of  dor own cards nnd one of. her husbnnd's,  Oo not allow more than nix weeks or  two months io elapse boforo returning  (he second call,  Yes.   If, hovyt'vor, the calls nre very  fromiontly mndo, she need not leave Her  on III,  Letters Unanswered    ."**���������  Dear Mrs, Adams.  I used In lie unite friendly with s youns  inun, but hitvou'i semi lilm lor u yoor, lm  Is now ewav ot college snd I wrote hlm  s loiter, wlikh he snaworvd. I sent an-  nl Iwr letiei', but liojlldn'l answer the sec  ond. Would It bo Popor for mo lo writs  nnd ask Iim tn send my letters tweli, or  shall I wrlto and ask hlm lbs reason fur  not writing?  If fl slrl  Is ensns*d snd the gnilletnin  lirenks  thn eiuatsemi'nt,  saying  sho le  to  blame,  la It uroisir for hor to return tin  diamond ring? "UU)NU."  Vou inndtj a mlstnko when you took  the Initiative In starting n eorrespend.  once with the young tmn,    It  wtnild  bo hotter tu lot tho muilor stand us It  Is.  There Is no reason why you should  nsk for Ihe return of your lottors,   If  ho Is nnxloui to write, vou will motive  a lottor from him In dur time,  If tho engagement Is broken, It would  bo propei' fur the girl to return the  diamond ring,  '   For ihe Amateur Cook  f j vllKN nulling vegetables, he sure  '   *      liefuro putting tlio vogetflMna tn  it,   Jt it is coitl nr lukewarm Ihe fresh-  riouB innl ...,,,,��������� ,.f tt.- ?....,! win lint! vt;i  Iniu tlio vnhii'li'ss surrounding wuter  J'liico Iho s,,ni;e|iiiii over tlio hottest puil  of tlm Move, so thnt It will boll u������  ���������illicitly ns pusKlblo, und bc careful ttint  the boiling does not reuse until the contents aro thoroughly cooked und Nbout  In lie leiiKiveil.  fl,,,. .,f n ,   i ,,,   ..).,....  ������, .   ..., ,.,|.,i.,l��������� .  whet lier a cuke lias been cooked king  enough In in Insert very lightly In tho  ��������� enter a otimmiui wooden shower, such  ns butchers uso for ment, If it comes  out cliiiii und dry, tho cuke Is done) If,  on the other liiinil, tlio skewer Is sticky,  the I'lilio ii.iiIh a littlo mnre Clinking,  It Is useful to ri'inornlier Hint nftor  Iho wuter hus boon strained off internes. Itiey HlKlllld ho given thrf* nr fair  lllllllp    J. I III     111    II*    I'I    tl.HH    Hie    |H.|llllll'|i,  This lilt's the ofroet of making them  White run! flmirv  lien- .ui I.Mi on.I", li.i.l. H...e - -t-y  dn iml sllli l|v ii '..It' In ei.o'tli.g, ut  i iiiiiO   Willi..'   I lie     nn'   s  ||iivl!iie. Ik  tllllt    IlilM    ,.l|]-||||. .'|.",1    i.i.w    I"   *>v        t-  ���������mil .ii.ii I. .i'i. '> im* luitlu-r u������* tar  Stirling ii. i, i,ll.     "tl i *  W'.������l,������..Sf  j^m ^bw^ crr5iTO^^5tn mmTsir coKuftsm  A-p.   ���������"'���������*"      j;m'. >.:������-.-... ajf  til-V * ������������������- -j'       ,.v������Tfc������-i^*IJ."*w������Kg  ~sff.&__-������aga-r,,__ *���������������*_.* .a *���������*_������ rrxi.n���������*3&   ifo^-Ht i*ff ���������**T-jnKffiJ-  are now est -Wished in our iiew premises and  invite vour inspection of our stock. We bave  just opened out a;iiew line of  DRESSERS and STANDS tf ������E *n tf IC PER  Ranging In Price Prom   yvO W $10 g^T  Our stock is now  LARGER and  BETTER ASSORTMENT IN A LI������ UNKS than ever before.  The Furniture Store  a.mokinnon  McPhee Block, Cumberland, B. C.  ���������vvruvm  Locals.  FOUND���������One    large wooden  tank, about half a mile off Shelter  Point, on June   1st.    Owner can  have same by paying  expenses.  Alex. S'dtn'oiul, Comox, B. C.  See C. C. Segrave if you want  a Piano, Organ, Sewing Machine,  ao*ent for all ports of   musical  in-  r>  Btrutnents, Cumberland, B. C.  Mr. W. J. Goard, the reliable  piano tuner, is in onr midst again.  As this is a special trip all orders  for work must be left at the Of  ftce of the Kicws, us soon as possible.  LOST���������On Sunday last, a nickel case open face wa'ch, with silver chain and name engraved on  mitgidecRge. Finder will please  return to this office or to A. Erick  ton, Vendome Hotel.  BIRTH���������At Cumberland on  July 22nd, to Mr. and Mrs. William Thomson a daughter  When* in doubt  Lead; Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Refresh-  Beverage  Mrs. "W. Hayuian was a passenger to Coinox by Tuesday's  boat.  Mrs. F. Anlcy and Mrs. Da-  vies were passengers^ from Comox to Vancouver, by Sunday's  boat.  Miss.Ingham, Miss E". Thomson and Miss Kemp left by Suu-  day's boat on a holiday, trip to  Seattle.  ���������. o i .���������  The fire brigade met   in their  hall on  Monday evening.   The  principal business being, the ar  ranging lor a banquet to be held  shortly.  The  Putfest  and Best  We understand that Mr. Shaw  the President of the Development League, lias been informed  bv Mr.   Mausou,* that. after   a  li-nghty interview with the Edu-,happy couple   will proceed   to  c.itional Department, they  have  decided to allow it 'ostand as heie  ���������yur-popular-feilow���������townsman-  Mr. Bert Stevenson will leave ou  Friday morning for Seattle,  where he will be married on August 3rd, to Mis-** Gertrude Kirk-  miui of that city, formerly of Nanaimo.   After the ceremony the  on the  Goast.  and made in  Cumberland.  tofore with the school question,  and that lie had also arranged  k>.that the $9000 will  be avail  able    for    sewerage    purposes,  should the people pass the by-law  Mrs. John Bickle and  family  of Ladysmith, arrived on Thurs       Mr. Joe Potter has started a  day last, and  arc the guests of] billiard room at McKiunou's old  New York ou tlieir honeymoon.  Ou their return which will bo in  about five weeks, they wiil take  up   ther   residence   here.    Air.  Oeorge Uassidy, of Ladysmith, i ami listened to stories of camping  will perform the duties of eon- \tw\ mountain "climbing.' As it  stable; during Mv,  Stevenson'sj was necessary to make   an   earl)  (Continued from page 1.)  scription. The sail 011 this hike  is one of the chief attractions at  "Batrtf. A"V������~p56F������tl'-TlefT5e ^folPes^s  and lofty crags and ���������mountain  peaks on every side,  A liont BevHii u'cloek we reached  onr camping ground. The men  proceeded U once to put up the  'outs, while the ladies prepared  supper. Everyone was extremely  .hungry nud expressed their keen  enjoyment of the supper.  After the dishes wero washed  up we sat around   the   camp   lire  berta and Saskatchewan were visible in tlio dim distance.  The numes of tiie meinbe.-s of  onr party were written on a sheet  of paper and put in a bottle,which  was deposited in a safe place  among the rocks at  the summit.  "While waiting for the rest of  the party to return, I made good  use of my time iu observing and  studying everything in sight. The  awful grandeur, of those lolty  peaks on every side was almost 0-  verpowering. It almost.terrified  one. All the. rest of the party  were completely out of. sight tmd  I was entirely alone. One experiences a terrible* sense of lowliness  when alone among these awful  peaks and crags, and I felt a great  sense of relief when I heard the  voices of the others returning.  Perhaps the most beautiful  sight was Lake Minnewunka, far  below. Never in my life have I  beheld anything so lovely as the  waters along the base of tlie mouri  tains. I think 1 never have seen  so beautiful a green���������rich and living. Then the colors kept changing continually. But tourists  say that there is no place in the  world where the colors are so beau  tiful as in the waters of Lake Louise, near Laggan. That is a  place I have not seen yet.  it. took about an hour to climb  the hist 200 or 300 feet,, but it  only took about 20 minutes'to return.  Our  party now continued   the  descent until we reached the gla  cier again.     The timber line was  fur   below this, and not far above  tiie glacier vegetation ceased en  v\  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  *i  55  /     ������  Ladies'and  Gentlemen's Suits Made  to ^rder  froin $20 to $35    AUWork First Class  ������  (S)  W  ___ I  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������$���������������������������������������������<���������������$*������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������  |A FEW PERSONS WANTED.!;  To complete syndicate now forming for the purpose of       %  buying4,000 acres of B. C. fruit laud, $50.00 cash        $;  required and large profits assured.      Send tor pros-        $  pectus and full particulars to the ''���������*���������''  iKootenay Fruit Land Syndicate,?  I 325 HOMER STREET, t",  ������ VANCOUVER, B. G.   t  I 1  *y 4>ee^e^e^eee*>e>^ee*>e���������>eeeee<>e^e^^^e*>^^ti>eeeee-%  Merchant  TAILOR  K. AIDA  LADIES' TAIJiOU-MA.DE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CI1ADB TO   ORDEK HW>^-  IN ANY STYLtE YOU WISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  absence,  Mr. and Mrs. T. Dickie aud Mr.  uud Mrs. E, liickle.  Mr. W. A. Wilkinson, ot Vancouver, arrived in town on  Thursday last, ou a short business trip, and returned ou Saturday. Mr, Wilkinson lias a tine  business location on Broadway,  aud is quite .rmgiiine of success*.  Mr, P. M.oute'ji residence 011  the Lako Traii road was destroy-  by a bush fire last week.  Mr. A. L, Kay, of Union Hay,  and Miss Huygart, late of this  city, are to be married at Victoria on July ayth,  Miss MoKeir/.ie, iis-d^unt to  postmaster Nudum, left by l������'ri.  day's bo.it on a two w.:i*ks vacation to Victoria and Vancouver  KORSALK-- Hx riiitjei! kit-  cjicu range,  in nood condition.  Apply thi* ollice.  stand, Dunsmuir   Avenue.   Mr.  Potter hns two fine tables,  Mr. John Jack will  leave in a  few days for -.Glasgow, Scotland.  ���������-������������������  start we did not slay tip vory late.  At the sound of the rustic re-  veillo we rose early, breakfasted,  piicked up our articles safely in ihe  tents and began onr  inarch, with  tlrely.  I collected quite a few-specimens of mountain flowers. 'One  thing I noticed was the plants,  which at lower altitmles fttraiu to  quite a size, were very diminutive  at this height. I had to look  closely before I could recognize |  one or two of. them, they seemed  so very t-mall.  ^Ve had to climb along gonie narrow ledges���������not more than 6 to (I  inches in places���������and it made one  feel -'creepy." Von could have a  bad tumble if you ^lipped. I was  astonished sit the ease with which  one or'two nf'lie'Indies climbed,  It did not seem to trouble them  at all, even in difficult itnd danger  ous places.      lint one of these la  Prices From $20 to $40*  C U M B E R L A N D,  IL C.  ^llllHlllllilllliUllllllllillM  | Capital $5,000,000. Rosexvo $,5,700,000  The Royal Bank of Canada.  CUMBERLAND  B   C  Bub-Branches at Courtenay and Union B&yi  DRAFTS  ISSUED  IN  ANY CURRENCY,  OVER THE WORLD.  ���������PAY-ABLE   ALL  Corporal Townsendleadiiig,  Tl.i������|(JU,8   ]w| been training w-jt),   the  Canadian Alpbie Club,  and  they  was about o o'clock.     We had to I  cross u hit of fallen timber, which  was somewhat troublesome.  The Ladies of the  Maccabees;Corporal remarked that we wonh  are required to do some very <lilli-j  'I'll > I  1 ,u'ioiilt climbing,  | SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS and  in-  1 lercH at Current Rates allowed on   IH���������posits of li.CO and'Upwards.  I H. P. MONTGOMERY,,Manaae,r.v  %n!lUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!lllllllllll!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR-  ( Soon we were back at tho wood,  of Cumberland held their second j M' our climb mm of (ho harder, i d ,mse ()t   Mwm u\^im,t   yt(V.  annual picnic at Hoy's   Beach on | "'P1-.1 ",ile* w������ llll(1 m,r ,,omJ*      ! eral   of our  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEY AMCING  Tnesdav  Mount Aylmer is tho  The ladies were  e'u-j    ^outit Ayimer is tno   mohest  tertaiiied by   Mesdnmes Willard,|,n"lintft,n wm'Ii,Ulff- bei"������ 8",,l(<  J.R.<iray,  B.   W.   Hailey   and KVltiH feet above sea level.  A bunt t) o'clock we luul n second  breakfast,    Wo wore by this lime  features of the! W<,11"P������" tl,c mc,<.v Hi<lc'!' ol' ,1"'  i moiintivlii.      About   10 a.m,, we  11'cnehi'd tlie rid^o of the long roof-  Mt, Ayliuei",    On  ono side of this roof wt*re (tuiisiil-  A  r party were much cs-  lutiiHted, As for myself I soon  recovered my normal condition on  reaching a lower altitude.  We readicd camp about o o'.  clock where we soon luul supper  and pot packed up ready for the  Hto'iiiier.  Corporal Towiislientl reckoned  we hud made the climb in 12 1-2  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  Walter Wvw.iiiu.. ini,. sold his  ������ uuucuuy bii;������mes.i io ft. J I'jer |  A, McKiunou. They rcpoit  haviii|j[ had a most enjoyable outing, One of tbe  day was a launch ride on the  "btinv" by some ol the Indies,  which was   Ri-eatly  appreciated. .""I"1 "P"'1 ������  Onite a number of the UJieJ0"0 si,l������ ,,r ,,na ,'',"l Wt,,v ""���������"-llioni'*, from start to lbiish. Thi,-  who are can.pin������ at ^Mnuluit-:",",l,,,u*,len,1V mMl V^M\W; A | was a record, he said. After w,.  tan" Head,, joined .he par.v 11������������'^������������ "''"''"K 1>'������1>^'^ 7'" ; rei.ehed the whnrf ! asked th,*  iron, Cumberland. There wd'e"!1" H l'Uml *!f mou,,t,nn .^I'i Cur|������r.,l ir I... felt very lired, but  about fifty sat dawn   to supper,   u,r"' 7'1  w������. kupt yt-.y qn.^t   ��������������� ; hu !h���������������lH..l mid i������1d. ������������������! r������.,l rendy  .0 Which lh-y did ample justice, I '''.'If "J  ^ U'������ "������ ,l ^ H0",,, i to star. Uwk -.. ,.li..,l. i, apt.,..    I  <o   I nine biiMioriih.      int. we were1     . ., . 1 .   .1   ������     ,,    .���������   , , 1. *t    t  Rev. Mr. McUiHivrny   took t^jdiinpiwiiitwl. j |Vj,t t||((I|1,rill j (|i(| ,|()t j,,,,.,, fo flt  Hi'Vico ut Saiidwick. {Sunday after \    Wullfi'^  tiloi^ thin rid^.,  ���������-,.; t(i|nj)l .f H^-m< >l(lt    j  w������������������,,| |1()l  noon for U������v. Mr.  Mon/L's,   whii'l,''"i"������ ������>" tn tlie side of Mount Ayljj|llVI, M)jKSI,,j ti���������; ,.]Uu\K 'p|lllt w.flH  has tfonu nwny I'm- uMiorl liolidav. I ,,l������������* l,,',,i,,M*' u,,,|  ^"tibinjr   beynn j,( (*ftv ,���������(V(I|. to ,H, f,,,^,,,,,,,,  THE  VERY^EST  Try a Bottlo of thi* PoI!������h.     It. will,  make your P!nno������ Organ or Fuml**  turo LOOK UKB NEW   ...   .   .   .  FOR SALE BY CHAS. SEQRAVE  E  yy,  mmr-~,~..~~  Mr. W. Duiicuii tOo|{ the even-  Hall,  Mru, Wntboa Moi.ici. uf  confer, arrived un-i M"tk,  - ��������� ,, ���������       .... 1    1  < 1    ., 1  vv.ai.  ������ Htl- j  Mini    ir  .������������������.     11.  gospel  Mr. uai.io" ll'i v-tii, ni .-.'aiiiiliini,  fur.her of Alex Cowan, tiniv,..| on  Thurwday lu; m.<| s* .*.i 1 i..:*t ,1,,  Sunday.  Mr. nud Mr-    |������  Wft by Smulii)  HI".  iito; Hfi'vicc in  the  Aoricii  :itid |������ai*t> u very jinpu-ssiM'  aiidreit.'i.  \>    1' ,,,.1   ..��������� 1   1,.,     ., ���������       ,    .  vi it to Vancouver.  Mr. HiMiion luisi bought, i) p;.',*i.  if i tii-l mu Mm Lake Traii, wh..h  ha !���������- inihv clearing, in 01 dm- In  h til 1 *t liutiii- for Iijm family.  in eitrue.il.      Aouui i I,all o eloi'K 1 ��������� ������������������   m \  wo rrneiu'iMihtmiiJ-^liieier wltwroi Miss Turner, of Nuiiimo, ar-:  the party hi������<l luueh and a good j rived, last week and in 1 he guest j  wet,    Wo  hml   pitched   n   very ;0f her sister, Mrs. J. I-'urbow.     j  Idyll iihitiidr   by llii.-i liiiio, mul il  , ^  i  an* bi^j.iiiMim lo ull un mm..,. ,.| , ;Mr> ;uu] M,s lkclo| $H.Kynlit 0tj  m, enpi.einlly Hiohh who, like my-; Vam'oove:. arrived iu town last!  ������..H, hud come from low hItIiuiI.-. '. wt.������,k amlate ,ourillfi tlie district \  I found it netmawy to r.Mt pwity ; |��������� their auto. Mrs. Stewai is)  oftuuiHMV.    Hy   the ti;i:������  I had '.. s\sln 0f M���������  |>  Kilp.i'nVk.     '  IE  WE HAVE HONEY  To invest iu any sound proposition.   TIM HER  COAL, or AGRICULTURAL LANDS.  \tn]-(* n door Khottd* nnd  wrltf fully In vour first letter  ��������� f io.. ii'.Uil .'v d^-fiillh- udhwc::  Western Canada Investment Company,  Sullu 4S, Pluck Bloek, Vanuouvar, B.C.  ill  e-*t  D  371  I* Hiini-oti  ion, for    N.iiijii  Mr, Jmm-N  M, li-,,,;,. Hl���������] Mi  H, IIhiIhui, Infi fur   VjinC'iihhi' It  tiiwt ^'# boat-  ������������������' iv l'lilti'-r   atlivi'il   huuu  yiHMinlay'n Itoat.  U ft-, VVallaee. til Viiiicotiver,  ���������'"'���������oil fly of ibis .-ity, urn*.-*.! on  ���������"'til'!..*, I'Vi'uii.g ;.i  ,  fliiiibi'd  to 200 or WM) feel   trout _       m**mmm-      mm    -0.9^ ******* %mmM>  !���������>  il���������.-.iiu.mil   I felt   .���������  ||���������,^|,   1,    Kew  Weatinins������cr   again  ������h-  l���������i������in������.,.l|,.pi.tMM������,ir������ly.   Tl.,. I...1, f<,JltM, Moiltreil; nt ,MCI,w.tf oll  . 21111   feet WHK (he nioi.1 dilliciiit ol  'Ihe  new   punt   ������i||iiv  Hivture^  uaii- Hiiivt-il,  t  Saturday last, bv a score of 13 to1  h 11. umi I deeidi-tl fo f������o no fanb.'t i r   .  |i-r*t I  t������!*������������i>t������f ci'llap-t* atul  ciii.M* i    *  ilelni.   One iiiBti di.t alnniM col ��������� !    .  I������,mm. at the top !    "������������TH- At CumlK-rland Jn-  IVvUm from thf ���������iimmlr w..J,v Qlk lo   Mr   'M'1   Mr*'   A,e>*  vry Rraud.     Th.' |.tai.i,.. uf ,\| j MttXW'-n tt daagl.Urr.  t  Garden, Field  and Flower  Seeds  Now eron ������n>w nrriein? frnro our zioitet* in BnBUnd,Fr������nea  IM'inui. fun ulii und ������ho I'r.ltwl Staiw. All tt-ttta] ns lo vim'-  iiy ami lairitv 011 Hrrlvnl The best I* p*n<1 e'O'ij^h for our r-u*-  turner*, ttutt.loitue fr������f. Hu������iiiff������n will !��������������� eni.tinewl al our old  *:������m1 until Mny. Afier that iu rov !i.eiiti..i������, whkn will be nn*  n������ititti*ii! it et,       ,\ddrt<*:'  M. J. HENRY. 3010 Wesminster Rd, Vancouver  ....m������m������m i|    m**   ������������������ ��������� ��������� ���������������! -��������� ->������������������m%%mmvmwm������m.^MM|MW|MMSVWM'


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