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Array ���������������������5p*  -  ���������  l ��������� A    '������������������>, V- '��������� ;A.  A '  f  A Journal Devoted Especially, to th������ Interests of Comox District.  The Hews, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND, B. C,s WEDNESDAY, JUNE. 12, 1907.  The Enterprise, Fourth  Special Wash Goods Sale.  at the  BIG STORE  Mere ar������ a few of our Specials;���������  Special Line Ladies' Cotton Hose IO������ -***������������������  "  , "     "  Lawn ApronsMa ���������**������������������*  White Victoria Lawn reduced to 10c per yd.  " Nainsook      ''        10cj������cr yd.  Fancy Muslins���������lace stripe it 15c per yd.  Mercerized Cotton reduced to 20 & 25 a yd.  All wash-good reduced from 20 to  25 per cent during this sale*  SIMON LEISER k������m  "Me.  L I M I T E P-  ���������A*-'il  Baseball,  AU the Go, and the only Game  Worth Playing in Cumberland,    Ladies  Interested.  Baseball has become the most  popular game iu Comox district,  The enthusiasm displayed puts  the Gun;club,.; the tenuis club  andlthefobtbairdub in the cold  shades of departed night.   Even  vthe ladies haVe "eaugbton" aud  gjven an exhibition of their skill  ' while, standings on the diamoud.  , Last Tuesday, and people are  not yet through telling how they  enjoyed the game, the merchants  and. clerks played the profession  ahkand lost ia to io. The  match was a good one, A challenge was given put before the  game   was    began, ���������   by   Mr.  /f, Haggart that he would play  the winners.^ The'. professional j-  won atjd accepted the challenge,  matcji tdbe-p^yed bii the i8th,  provided 4fij^:be allowed to en-  .gag-^.-iaL* .jpTbtesllc^ial^battery:. .  Qn-Monday evening the ladic������  ���������Sp-  I  ���������������!   II   II  )   ' 'l'|  l-'%i  *****  -i ���������'.; y-^IVJ! "iS'.ttVs,  -mfmtmaf- '*- ���������'"J-*-;  *������������fr  A  V '"-Y  ���������ft4**'  HOSSH &  >.������ **���������  v,,^*.'!**'  !S*^decided'toMvea niatclr on. tiieU        t *^.      *������������������ - 'i' - rt*-- v1 "���������*���������?���������/   own account  ,*  "'","^^Sl% l  *i.  ,va   Wejce*p a full llnie of>,-  'm$      ���������-'<���������. " ;      -'   .'"���������"  l������j    BtfAMELS*  VARNISH  IftSJj'������ra������1j{|*#*  V   I'MIAMLMICAI'A^  T, ������L BATE,  STAINS nnd BAPLXC  which mnkis Old furniture  like new. !  iflOT  WALL PAPER  Curtain poles and window  ' blinds ttfbe had at the  MAGNETCASHSTORE.  DunWuir Avenue,   '.  CUMBERLAND, B. C.  >���������>���������������������������������������������������<���������*������������������#���������������������������  i������������M'  iMMaMM****  r*  *���������  ���������  t  WHITE WERRH  WHITE WEAR II  *=^=> ���������.  As these Goods have just  arrived and are rather late,  we have marked them at  Clearance Prices,  Children'* Whit* Cotton Draw***,  from a������o.  n             w      Lawn PInatot-aa*  fwa 35o������  Ladtaa* Whlt������ Undaraktrta,        from 7*0.  99      Goraat Govara, from age,  M      Whita Night Qowna,      from 70*.  We shall be plumed to have yon inspect these Goods,  Where it .was to  secre^,but.a woman cannot* keep  '.'9}<slbret for long; "and '"the"; time  ."Utfd* Jilace r became pretty,welli  Jkriowii;b^tke,tiiUfiditematch be-  ;:-i)dwfi <m the green ri^f the V  .'.wi,tnej������ed:.:one -of th������>4{yeliest  games of the season A^\it iadies  gave a most excellent exhibition  of their skill and knowledge of  the game, The bases! were well  protected, the fielding Was all  tbat could be desired, the pitchers  Hnd catchers did their duty? and  had their not. heetr*ntt irtan' m  the case, a fair, young single chap  Awhoaqted.as referee, the game  would have been pulled off to  thp satisfaction of all, J When he  announced that the .game was  aR to 30 in favor of the town, he  learned how earnest woman can  be-wben love gleams, not from  out her bright eyes. The return  match will be played soon.  There is some talk of a hague  for the liistrict being formed the  finals to be played at the exhib-  Won aiCourtuey mis fall.-  *���������������"'    1 a     11 ii���������  Mr, W. Mitchell who filled  Mr. Ward's pqsition during the  latter'* sickness, r. turned to Vancouver 011 Friday. Mr, Mitdiell  wade many fi ieiids who are sorry to,*(* him leave so soon,  In his departure baseball in  Cumberland loses out yt lu  uioal loyai supporters, many av-  eringthat it was through his excellent work last Tuesday that  *h* r*������f?wiona!������ \vqu. their  match. /  An  Entertainment.  '  *���������  Given for a Gopd Cause.  Everybody Come.  The entertainment to be held  in the Comox Hall on June 20th  the proceeds of which will be devoted to assist in the building of  the Sanitarium for Consumptives  in B. C for aU denominations  and nationalities should aloue  cause all those who are able to  help by their attendance.  There is no need to go deeply  into the matter. It has so many  times appeared in the papers the,  last few years, that every one  must know the awful death rate  of chiefly the young aud middle  aged through out the whole  world. It has also been proved  by the most eminent medical  men in all parts of the world  tnat this terrible disease is a-  mendable to treatment in - such  SanitRriums, more especially if  taken in. its earliest , stage,. also  that it is a curable and prevent  able, complaint.  7^The:verf7act_of "the^ "entertainment being undertaken by  Mrs. Horace Smith Jr. and   her  usual willing helpers will. alone  cause many   to attend but   we  think the   entertainment being  ^iveu for   such   an   extremely  worthy cause we should. nQfcfl������l$  go to see and.enjpy, but Jo, Help  wi h a free hekrt/'and free 'hand  and by so doing   a"e   helping  to relieve the siitf.-riug of hundreds of-thpusandsfof .our brothers  and -islstefs, also Heiphig, in years  to come Jto eradicate such a dread  disease from   the face   of thie  earth.  E. D.  I  A  'CHALLEHGE'  Tbe foUowfof bawbal! town MlUd the'  MMixturMM h������r������by challenge any team  in Gooes Witrlotto^ny at My time:  A: McNeil, TTioe. lebtuoa, J. Hord,  O. Hurrieea, N. lobioeoo, R. Struthere,  J, Wbyto, flr.( J, 0. Grant, Wm. Walker  R. Somerrl'le, W. IL IfsrHwo, Ciptein  Mr. J.A. Fraser has purchased  Mr. 0,H. Fechner's barber shop  business, and will combine that  business with his own. With  many improvements which Mr,  Fraser intends making to his present establishment he will be in  a better position than ever to  serve his many customers, all of  whom appreciate his ability as a  tonsorial artist  The deal was put through by  Cumberland Estate Agency,  1 a .   ���������  Mr. Byron Crawford of Courtney, owing to tbe scarcity of labor, has decided < to dispose of  his fine herd of cattle. Mr.  Crawford is a well known breeder of, Holstein cattle, Chester  white (tigs, and barred Plymouth  Rock hens,   Auy one   wishing  tw pUich������Ut Wwiiid uu \to\\ tu C*%.l  on or write Mr, Crawford.  ations.  Mr. H. Dunnell of Victoria ar**  rived by Thursday's train and  will remain until after the teachers' examinations in July. In  the meantime Mr. Dunnell will  continue his classes in painting  with the teachers.  The Entrance Examinations  this year will begin on Wednesday, June 26th and continue on  the 27th and 28th Although the  term's work has been very much  broken up by sickness in the  school, there will be a number of  pupils ready to try the examination.  The High School examinations  for teachers' certifipates will begin on Tuesday, July 2nd and  end oy July 8th.  Mr. Dunnell will conduct both  examinations.  Gun  Club.  On July 2nd the shoot for the  grand trophy offered last year  by the Dominion Cartridge 'Co,  audnhe~7:hampi^lTiip7^f^Britr  ish Columbia will * be1 (leld' ija  Vancouver.    The shoot ��������� will be  ioo birds unknown angle's. The  trophy is a beautiful.cup standing on a 5 inch base and1 is 20  inches high over all aiid nicely  ^"grav^ed, .and;,.solid- silver  val-  ^���������ft-Ji^aoo   T,E.'-Bafcfa**  hiemSer of 'tlie Cumberland Gun  Cliib'is entitled, .to take' part in".  ,the shoot, he haviug established  a record shoot last season of being the best shooter in the club.  He will probably go to Vancouver.  Nanaimo 11���������Mrs John May  of Newcastle townsite died thia  morning after a long and painful  sickness.  Rev. R. J. Mclntyre left on  Friday morning for hia new  field of labor. Before his departure a very pleasing event took  place when the members of the  Junior League of his Church presented him with a fancy clock  aud tiavellci's dieKStng case.  Mr* Mclntyre was very much  taken by  surprise  but   found  *****  *  words to thank the young ladies  for their tokcus of friendship.    *  Nanaimo 11���������In the greatest  football match ever played in  B.C., field was blackened with  hundreds of people from Ladysmith and Nanaimo, Nanaimo's  team defeated Ladysmith champ  ions yesterday in this city in the  final match for the B.C. challenge  Cup, score 4 to 1.  The excitment was intense,  feeling ran high and betting was  brisk, first half score was r to 0  in favor of Ladysmith, in second  half Nanaimo scored 4 goals.  The game was the hardest  ever played iu Nanaimo,  The 34th of May Sports com*  mittce held their final meeting  on Thursday evening last to receive reports ot commutes, etc.  The treasurer reported that in  the treasury there was a balance  of $40.55, On reading the re-  poll il was found th*t ii*,j*i*,  had been collected and f ti6.6o  had been spent  Passed on motion that money  be placed In bank iff name of  treasurer to be disposed of accord  ing to wishes of a public meeting  called by three members���������the  treasurer, the secretary and tht  president���������of the sports commit*  tee.  t\  t i 'k>;  M_J_Nkul'..ii *������.(*i������..''i������, THE   NEWS,. CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  DARREL sf THE  BLESSEDISLES  By   IRVING   BACHELLER,  lather ef "then Hold.n." "Dri ud I," Ca.  f%>PYK.IGHT,      1909.     BY      LOTHROP      PUBLISHING     COMPANY  J  (Continued.) -y'.  CHAPTER XVIIJ.  NEXT day Trove went home. He  took with him many a souvenir of his first term, including  a scarf that Polly had knit for  him and the curions things he took  from the Frenchman Leblane and  ���������which he retained partly because they  were curious and partly because Mrs.  Leblanc had been anxious to get rid of  them. He soon rejoined his class at  Hillsborough, having kept abreast of  lt In history and mathematics by work  after school and over the week's end.  He was content to fall behind in tbe  classics, for they were easy, aiid in  them his arrears gave him no terror.  Walking for exercise, he laid the plan  of his tale and had written some bits  of verse. Of an evening he went often  to the Sign of the Dial and there read  his. lines and got friendly but severe  criticism.  "Is there anything you do not know?"  Trove inquired.  "Much," said the tinker, "including  the depth o' me own folly. A man  that displays knowledge hath need o'  more."  Indeed. Trove rarely came fo* a talk  with Darrel when he failed to discover  something new in hlm���������a further reach  of thought and sympathy or some un-  suspected treasure of knowledge. The  tinker loved a laugh and would often  search his memory for some phrase of  bard or pbilosconer apt enough to pre*  I thy youth I'd*give thee "WK&y.0,  "Since her mother cannot afford to  do it I wish to send her away to  school," said Trove.  "Tut, tut, boy. Thou hast barely  enough for thy own schooling."  "I've $82 in my pocket," said Trovo  proudly. "I do not need It. The job  in flie mill���������that will feed me and pay  my room rent, and my clothes will do  me for another year."  "On my word, boy, I like it In thee,"  said Darrel, "but surely she would not  take thy money."  "I could not offer lt to her, but you  might go there, and perhaps she would  take It from you."  "Capital!" the tinker exclaimed. 'Til  see if I can serve thee. Marry, good  youth, I'll even give away thy money  an' take credit for thy benevolence.  Teacher, philanthropist, lover���������I believe thou'rt ready to write."  "The plan of my first novel Is complete," said Trove. "That poor thief-  he shall be my chief character���������th������  man of whom you told me."  "Poor man! God make thee kind to  him," said the tinker. ,,"An thou'rt  willing, I'll bear o' him tonight. When  the firelight flickers���������that is tho time,  boy, for tales." .,  They built a rude lean-to, covered  with bark and bedded with fragrant  boughs. Both lay in the firelight, Darrel smoking his pipe, as the night fell.  "Now for thy tale," said the tinker.  The tale was Trove's own solution^  ���������oke it.   Of his great store of knowl- i tois Iife mystery, shrewdly come to,-ait-  edge he made no vainer use. er a lon������* and careful survey of the  Trove  had   been   overworking,  and    kiiowji facts.   And now, shortly, time  about tbe middle o_fJuneJhe^.wenlfpr    was'to' Put the- seal of truth upon it  "   *   "     They  B^week-in the woods together,  walked to Allen's tbe first day and  after a brief visit there went off in the  deep woods, camping by a pond in  thick timbered bills. Coming to the  lilied shore, they sat down awhile to  rest. A hawk was sailing high above  the still water. Crows began to call in  the treetops. An eagle sat on a dead  pine at the water's edge and seemed to  be peering down at his own shadow.  Two deer stood in a marsh on the farther shore looking, over at themi Near  by were the bones of some animal and  the fresh footprints of a panther.  Sounds echoed far in the bush of the  unbroken wilderness.  "See, boy," said Darrel, with n. little  gesture of his right band,."the theater  o' tbe woods! See, the slbplng hills,  tree above tree, like whidling ���������,'gijilleHes!  Here is a coliseum ol(J,������ past reckoning.  Why, boy, long before men saw the  Seven Hills it was old. Yet see bow  new it is, how fresh Its color, how  strong its timbers! See tho many seats,  each with a good view, an' the multitude o' tbo people, yet most o\ them are  hidden, Ten thousand eyes are looking  down upon us. Tragedies an* comedies o' the forest are enacted here.  Many a thrilling scene has.held the  stage���������the spent deer swimming for  his life, the painter stalking his prey  or leaping on it," ��������� ,  " 'T!s a cruel part," snld Trove. "He  is the murderer of the play. Icannot  understand why there are io many  villains In Its cant. Both tbe cat and  the serpent baffle mc,"  "Marry, boy, the world Is a great  school, an' tbls littlo drama o' tbe good  God Is part of It," said Durrol. "An'  the play hath a groat mornl-thou shalt  learn to use thy brain or d!#. Now,  thero mny be many perils in this land  o' the woods, io many tbat all Its people must learn to think or perish by,  tbem. A pretty bit o' wisdom lt It,  ���������or. It keeps the great van moving���������  ever moving���������In the long way to perfection, Now, among animals a grow*  Ing brain works tho legs of its owner,  sending them far on dlverso errands  until tbey are strong. Mind thee, boy,  perfection o' brain an' body ls the aim  o' nature. Tbe cat's paw nn' the serpent's eofl are but tbo penalties 6'  weakness an' folly. Tbe world Is for  th*������ ntrnrw Thi������rofor*������ And Vi������i������p thn������������  so or there be serpents will enter thy  Mood aft' devour thee-mllllons ������'  tbem."  Tbey eat a little tlm? In silence, look-  Ing nt the shores of llie pond,  "1lr\vt> yoti ever frit iho love pits  sion?" tfald Darrel,       ' :  "Well, there's a girl of the nnrae of  Polly," Trovo answered,  "Ah, Polly! Sbo o' tbe red .lips an'  the dark eye," snld Darr'oi; 'telling.  "She's one of a thousand." He clapped  his baud upon his knee merrily and  song a sentimental couplet from an  old Irlsb ballad.  "Hate ye won ber affection, boyr  te added, bis band on tbe boy's arm.  "I think I bave."  "God love tbee! I'm glad to bear it,"  enld the eld man. "She Is a living  wonder, bor, a llvla*jrondtr.-w_' bad  and-daze-hlm^it^astonlshmeht and  fill him with regret of his cunning. -It  fhould be known that he had never  told Darrel or aiiy one of his coming  In the little red sleigh.  He iuy thinking for a time after the  tinker spoke; then he began:  "Well, the time is 1835, the place a  New England city on the sea.  Chapter  I���������A young woman is walking along a  street,  with a child sleeping In her  arms.   She Is dark skinned���������a Syrian.  It is growing dusk.   The street is deserted save by her and two sailors,  who are approaching her.   They, too,  are Syrians.  Oue seems to strike her���������  5t is mere; pretense, however���������and she  falls.   The other seizes the child, who,',  b'avlng been drugged, ls still asleep. A  wagon is waiting near.    They drive  away hurriedly, their captive under a  blanket.   The kidnapers make for the  woods in New Hampshire.   Officers of  tlie law drive tbem fgr,  Tbey abandon  their horse, tramping westward ovcr^  trails In the wilderness, bearing the  boy ln a sack of sailcloth, open at the  top,   Tbey had guns and killed tbelr  food as tbey traveled.    Snow came  aeep.   ay ana by game was scarce  und they had grown weary of bearing  the boy on thoir backs,  Ono waited In  the woods with the little lad while tha  other went away to some town or city  for provisions,  He came back, hauling  them In a little sleigh,   It was much  like those made for the delight of the  small boy In every land of snow,   It  had a box painted red and two bobs  and a little dashboard,   They used It  for the transportation of boy and lm-  | pedlmenta,  "In the deep wilderness beyond the  Adirondncks tbey found a cave in oue  of the rock ledges. They were twenty  miles from any postofflco, but shortly  discovered one. Letters In cipher wore  soon passing botwoen them and tbelr  confederates. They lis mod thoro was  no prospect of getting tbo ransom, He  1bey bad thought rich was not nblo to  raise the money tbey required or any  largo sum. Two yean wont by, and  they abandoned bopc. What should  they do with tbe boy? One advised  murder, but tbo other dofondod blm, It  was unnecessary, ho maintained, to  kill a mere baby, who know not a  word of Engl 1Kb und would forget all  In a month,   And murder would only  JfiU'Ciikfc iltlrU iimlVi.    liv\\, aln'ul mil*}*  from their 'cave wns the cabin ot a  pettier. They passed within a mile of  It on tbelr way out and Im Tbey bad  often met tbe dog of tbe settlor roving  nfter small gnmo-u shepherd, trustful,  affwtjvuatc iiiiil evei' icuU.) Ui uutktf  friends. One dny they enptured tbe  dog and took bim to tbelr cavo, Tbey  could hot safely be seou wltb tho boy,  so they planned to let tbe dog go borne  with him In a little red sleigh. Now,  tbe settler's cabin was, like thnt of ray  father, on tbe shore of a poid. It was  round, as n cup'* rim, nnd n mile or  so In diameter. Opposite tbe cabin a  trail came to tbe water's edge, skirting  tbe pond, savo In cold weather, wben  It crossed tbe Ice. Tbey waited for a  night wben tbelr trucks would soon  disappear. Tben, having mad* a eover  of tbe uilW-'Ji. jack U> wblcb tbev, bad  BfSUgBt"Ute Uoy end stretched* it on  withes and made it fast to the sleigh  box, tbey put, the sleeping boy in the.  sleigh, with hot stones wrapped in paper and a robe of fur to keep bim  warm, hitched the dog to it and came  over hlU and Jbrall to the little pond  awhile after midnight. Here tbey buckled a ring of bells oh tbe dog's neck  and released him. He made for his  home on the clear Ice, the bells and bis  bark sounding as he ran. They at the  cabin heard him coming and opened  tbeir door to dog and traveler. So came  my bero in a little red sleigh and was  adopted by the settler and his wife and  reared by them with generous affection. Well, be goes to school and learus  rapidly and comes to manhood. It's a  pretty story���������that of his life in tho big  woods,. But now for the love tale.  Ho meets a young lady���������sweet, tender,  graceful, charming.".  "A moment." said Darrel. raising his  hand. "Prithee, boy, ring down the  curtain for ja brief parley. Thou say'st  they were Syrians���������they that stole the  lad. Now, tell;me, hast thou reason  for that?"  "Ample," said Trove. "When thej  took him out ,oi the sleigh the first  words he spoke* were 'Anab jouhan.'  He used them many times, aud while  he forgot they remembered them.  Now, 'Anah jouhan' is a'phrase of the  Syrian tongue, meaning,'4i am hungry.'"     .:������������������;.;��������� \:  "Very well," said the old man, with  emphasis, "and sailors. That is a just  inference. It was a big port, and far  people came on the four winds. Very  well! Now, for the young lady. An'  away with thy book unless I love ber."  "She is from life���������a simple hearted  girl, frank and beautiful and"��������� Trove  hesitated, looking into the dying fire.,  "Noble, boy. Make sure o' that, an'  nobler, too, than girls are apt to be. If  Emulation would measure height with  her see that it stand upon tiptoes."  : "So I have planned. The young man  loves her. She Is in every thought and  purpose. She has become as the rock  on which his hope is founded. Now  he loves honorp too, and all things of  good report. * He has, been reared, a  Puritan., By chkri'ce, one day, it comes  to him that his father was a thief."  :������������������! The boy paused.. For a. moment they, -  beajfl only the voices of the_night.. '11  T^9Cdreaded; to: tell'her," Trove con:  tinued,V"yet he could not ask.her to be  his , wife without telling. Then the  question, Had be a right to tell ?. For  his father had not suffered the penalty  of the law and, mind you, men thought  him honest" ���������  I " 'Tis just," said Darrel. "But tell me,  bow came he to know his father,was a  .thief?" ���������; l >";���������������������������  J-J'^htxt I am thinking of, and before I  ariswer, is there more'you can tell'me  of him or hisiosflnle?"  * iio i>*i u./uuuueil)  l:     .r>,  FIND PREHISTORIC BONEYARD.  FURNACES IN ENGLAND.  In  PEEPS INTO  WOMEN'S LETTERS  John Bull Prefers to See ������ Blaze  Open Grate.  According to London papers, Englishmen are up in arms over a'threat* * If our readers could spend one morn  ened invasion of what they regard as ing looking through the letters recelv-  one of their inherent rights, the right, ed from all over Canada by the Zam-  to keep their houses Uncomfortably!. Buk Co., it would bring home to them  cold. At a recent meeting oi: remon- I with irresistible force the healing vir-  strarits resolutions were passed con-1 jtues of tiiia gfceat household balm. Old  demhing a rumored attempt":'''t6'''>sup--'|:,(vo"l6n,-:you'18f' women, wives, mothers  plant open fires with furnaces.    The i?nd eve" you"g eirls have something:  British husbands and fathers assem-.   ������'RLS0)!^^^^."?^ dJd Uils or  ��������� ���������   ��������� that good office in their home.     Many  of these writers give p&rmisslon to  make extracts from their grateful testimony... Prom, these the following:  were taken at'random:  "I was troubled for somo weeks  with salt rheum in hands and 'arms  and was using a salve which did me  little good. On receiving a supply of  Zam-Buk I applied it. and it really  seemed to act like magic! The itching*  and burning ceased, and in a few days  the skin was cleared and healthy." So  writes Miss E. A. Butchard, of North  Keppel.  "Three boxes of Zam-Buk cured me-  of Eczema, from which I had suffered?  a long time." So says Mrs. Gladden,  of Mansonville, Que.  . "Zam-Buk cured a case of blood1  poison .in my family, and I wish to  thank you for the great blessing it  has proved," is the effect of a letter  from   Mrs.  Webb,  of Dovercourt.  And so one could go on quoting extract after extract, showing how Zam-  Buk ��������� cures chronic sores, ulcers,  [.abscesses, bad leg. itch, and blood"  ippison: takes the soreness out of cuts;  and   burns,  bled agreed that home would be anything but attractive had it always an  atmosphere reminiscent of the Houso  of Commons, or, worst still, of the  reading room of the British Museum.  There is reason to believe that the  house that is improperly heated possesses a number of advantages over  the house that is thoroughly heated,  although it is impossible to persuade  people on this side of the water that  any change is desirable. It costs much  less partly, to heat a house���������to heat  ,the .ends of two or three rooms���������for  one thing, and that is "an important  .consideration, surely, when coal goeS  up whenever the temperature goes  down. Again, given an armful of logs  piled near an open fireplace, and almost anybody can keep a fire going,  whereas it is4 a jVery different matter.  to descend to"the cellar, and fix a furnace. The trouble with most furnaces is that they'are located in tiie  cellar.  > Then, too, if callers call at all at a  house ih which their teeth chatter  they remain only long enough to "pay  t-  and   grows  new,   healthy  .,   : . ��������� - .,   -    ,     - .        -   -.   sk'u' over  injured  or diseased  places  T^S ]**&?* J  they Z0^0*  accept  All   stores ,'arid  druggists  sell  at  fifty  centsa box   Q.%    ^    Zam-Buk    Co.,  invitations to be seated and rock the  hours away chatting about nothing in  particular while the members of the  family on whom they are calling are  waiting for an opporunity to go to bed.  It'isn't, surprising that' Englishmen  are v opposed-to warm houses, but why  they continue to* cling to open fires  is a mystery. The open fire is more  or- .less' ^rtiamental, it is true, but  ty*" merely ' serves to accentuate the  general chill arid gloom which pervade the average English "living  room."  Toronto,, will mail for price.  "What'kind of a road is this branch  line of yours through Central Kansas?"  "It's, one of the sort.that makes yom  part your hair in the middle and sit in-  the aisle of the coach to keep from upsetting  the.  train."���������Chicago News.  i*        . _______________t__  -A. SPRING DANGER*  LOOSER IN MORALS.  Bishop of London So Describes Mar*  ^ ried Men.  . "Taking them; all. round,    married.  men~are-much'-looser-in-their-morals-  than single'men." This^ affirmation by  the Bishop of. Lopdori, England, quite  startled his hearers at a: meeting of  tbe Council for    Promoting    Publio  Morality. Those present Were pleased,  however, to' learft, -ori,;the bishop's authority, that London is,becoming more,  .moral, thanks to the efforts of. the police. There is still, however, much, to  be done. The, Bishop said he^wjoifld:'  never rest content until the open sale  in shops of-things, to make sin easy  was suppressed.'   '- ��������� , ''��������� '',  Underground London.  Nearly '500 ������miles of sewers are sit;*  uated beneath the feet of Lohdori's,  fiopulation, pnd.this includes onlyme,  arge sewers', several of,them so lhrg&'  thatf'a ' huhiber <!'itft'boats could float  downtheni abreast. Some' idea of the  enormous'' oost' 'of' drajnihg London  injay be gathgr^d fipmfthe fact that the  drainage' Wclrks arid'"'machinery alone,-,  cost, ������8,000,000 Bterlirig/ ��������� W "'  jThe three main.*e0jverg in Lon^Qnt  run from Fleet' street to Hampsteap,  from Blackfriars to-Abbey Mills,,,And  from Harrow to Old Ford. Connected,  with' these are a multitude of smaller  sewers, measuring about twelve feet  in diameter, which makes London one;  of the best-drained cities in the world;  iine mnv ������.g..������ ,. ^ ^U8a?d ^������n.,fre-employedi;aH  Excavations Reveal1 the Largest Mas*  todon Ever Uncovered In Alaska.  What is perhaps the largest masto*.  don ever uncovered completely in  Alaska, was uncovered during the .last  six months at a place near Circle  City by Max. L. Xohbrunner. ' -The.  exact place of the location of the mastodon is on Alice Creek, a tributary  of Mineral Creejc,, which flows into  Woodchopper Creek.,!  To judge of the other dimensions  of the animal it must only be said  tbat one tusk of ihe mastodon which  is still intact is over nine feet eight  animal still have teeth four in num.  br- in th? jaw. Each of these teetlv  which have been-taken out and re*  ?laced, weigh fifty pounds apiece,  hi bthor parts of the mastodon are  in ft poor state of preservation compared with the tusk, although the  bpnes that have been collected weigh  in the neighborhood of 1,000 pounds,  Lobbrunner, who got the bones, dug  depth of eigbty fetf  drained, and the stupendous total''of  l,(k)0;000,000 tons of sewage is 'ohenTli**-  cally treated evety,twelve,months arid  taken away, in sludge vessels to the*-'  North Se'ai/,...;,.,..'.':,"',;.,,.,, ,., -,..,.������������������'.  At Barking, where the   sludge   is. .,,.......  dep.lt with, there'ara fourteen sewers ledger,  measuring thirty,feet peross; that is  to Hayj any' one of them would bo  wide enough'lor'a*1 small tugboat to, f m^mmy.  j^--"------*-������----������������������  Many  People  Weaken  Their  Systems  by   Dosing  with   Purgative   Medicines  ���������A   spring   medicine   is   a   necessity.  Nature demands lt as an aid. to enriching the blood and carrying off the*  impurities that have accumulated during   the   winter   months.     Thousands;  of   people,   recognizing   the   necessity  iqr_a_spring_medicine,,dose-themselvesj-  with  harsh griping purgatives.    This,  is a mistake- '/Aisle any doctor and he-  will tell  yoU 'thaii 'the use  of purgative medicines weaken the system and  cannot'possibly cure disease.    In the*  spring ttte. system needs building up*  ���������purgatives weaken. The blood should',  be made rich,  red  and pure���������purga-  tiyes eaijupfr',dp tbls. ,/What is* /leeded!  is a 'to.nic, 'and  the best tonic medt-  ,qaj scloaqj has yet deviied is Dr. Wil-  iiartifc J������lrtk Pills.    Every dose' of this  tnedfeine' actually  makes    new,    rick  Jjlood, and this, new blood -strengthens.  ,evej,y.''0rgaji���������.an4  everyv part  of^the-  ,'bddy.\ That'is .Why these Pills banlahi  pimples and unsightly skin eruptions..  That' is, ,\vtjy> they    qure    headaches*  ���������backaches^ ������h'eumatism,*' neuralgia and!  -.al; bo,!#.'.o'f-.'tither  troubles  that 'come*  'fijom. poor \vatpry ^blood.   That is why  !thHfme'*i"flri6, worsen who use Dr. Wll-  'JlAm&VjMjfk' puis eat well' and Bleeps  well,and feel active and strong,, Mlss������  MaljeU.S^nott, Lisle, Ont, says:   "J.  \\as;> pjMe;, and   weak ,������nd .suffered  greatly" from headachoR, and I found!  hothingito help me until I began taking'Dr;'.Williams Pink Pills,    These.*  -h^vo' completely   restored   my  health  irtd I bless the' day I began taking-  them,l,,;J, .  ���������But, be'sure you get-the genuine-  Pills--with* the full name' "Dr. Williams. Pink Pills for Pale People" ont  the wrapper around each box��������� all'  ot)iSr^Stb-!cail#(I'J),lnk pills are fraudulent '."limitation'!,., Sold" ,by medlpine-  'dealers*or/'by riiail at, BO cents a box*  or.^sljtboxesifor $2.60: from The Dr..  Williams'^Medicine   Co.,   Brockville,,  v:MixW^iWS  illustrated    paper  I've^een. in. a long time was handed tc  'rae'todfyjhv,' ,.V    '., ."  .  ���������  ���������'->-Ienka���������what* was it?  VKUder~A . f 60 ,. note, >��������� Philadelphia^  Itate et OWe,* Ot^ of waue,  ULoon. County,  th that  ass down, Here the sludge, after bo-   u senloi* partner of the Arm o  r    .^   ..   ..   ... .  . i.  ������v������     , .a.  ^ Oft.,doln* buslnesi  d lute  inj  ohemioaljy  treaty,  has  to go " ������"S������yA.%,iS8lB*JH  through enorrnous^irdnr cages, resem-   2^ tfci -.id *% wl!  bling gigaritfc colanders, whioh keop   ONE HUNDRKD t>Obi,  'back sSlid objects, such, ai, pieoes of   ������ver������ .east   of  Catarr]  vobd, Old boots, and so forth, whilst  riot infrequently valuable articles of  jewelory are found wedged between  the bars of a. caw.     .  them out:at a _...... _.    bfclow the surface of the ground. It  took a groat amount of care arid pains  on hia part to seo that the bones  wert not burned tb charcoal while  he was excavating and thawing the  ground.  Lohbrunner has moved part of the  animal into storage at Circle Oity and  will hoM it there until the spring M.*_ui u������ *> *,  ttme, when it will be removed to     J   /V^f^^WMt Not.  Seattle, where it will be put together    Dootor-I must know What you bay!  and eventually find its way into the oaten today In oMor to undewtabd  Alaska-Yukon-Pacifio   Exposition,   if yojr stomachic disorder,  the Smithaonian Institution does not i   Patlont-Ob,  doctor, only  a  llttli  get it before that time.. _ .. I pork, It was left over from last week  vas nerhans not aulte fresh.  been  croll en  'stem*  be the boneyard that a lot of the pre*! ���������*<**        ������,.,.. - .  a  historic animals made for In 6rder to I Patient-Bat doctor, yoo can oure a  die or to be killed, We have found dlnonsed stomach, but,what can yotf dc  on the oreek the skeletons of masto* with spoiled pork?       , ��������� v  dons,   mnskoT.   carlbon.   bear,    nnd  ML*  euredby, flptaaa  Cheney  msktsMi  not of ths flrt. ��������� -_,..  doing bunlnesi In the tAtf  1 State. aforesaid*  I pay the sum of  OLLAR8 for eaoh ani  h that cannot b*  8wor.t..t������e^|W^^g^j  'NoUry PubAc  tabrn (nuntallr  blood and mue-  tut eurrsqss or .toe system,    tend for  ^������?3'^.T * CO,, Toledo O,  )  Sly'wi's fer ooutlpatlo*  Elderly 8piniter���������Ah, I ouglit to  have married; that's where I made  tlie mint tike,  Friend���������And I married, and that's  where T mad* th������ rnfufnk-*.���������Wwn.  dorfer Blaetter.  other animals. It this oreek ever goes  into a hydraulic mining proposition  the world will be astounded with the  many finds of bones of animals of  prebbtorio times."  In the tlekreem.  Poarl-I am awfully Jealous of that  pretty trained nurse. X wish tbey bad  engaged a homely ono to attend  George.  noby-But aba la only taking bis  polae.  Pesrt-Tet, but wbat guaranty bave  r that she mlgbt oot take bla beartJ-  CB^agoMtwa,  Oot the Habit Later. '��������� '  In a ^.sermon preached in a small  church in Glasgow tbe pastor, after In*,  velgbing against slothfulness, saldvby  wai of climax, "Do you think Adam  anil Bve went about tba garden of  Kdea vrltb tbelr hands in tbelr pock*  etat"  DODD'S '  KIDNEY  /,     I   ILL *Jr  One Dry tpet  Angler-Hang J tl Is there a dry epol  tn tbla boat wbere I can scratch ������  match? Boatman (who Hit been die-  appointed ������* regards refreehment)-  Try my throat, alr.-Loodon Punch.  V o������sl  r^1 KinNf.^^   .ti  Illd'HiUMA-l'}^^,,  l/\|)f   Tl  Winf*. r  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  '��������� #  COULD NOT SPEAK  ABOVE A WHISPER.  Gold In the Chest Seemed to be linmovablo  But Cure was Soon Effeoted by  Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine  It Is waste ,of time to use ordinary-[��������� sufficient  to  explain  cough mixtures  for  serious  colds  on I yet    powerful    and  the chest, and time is of infinite'val-   gredients  the  simple  well-known  and  ARTIFICIAL NUTMEGS  Artificial nutmegs are made in Belgium in so clever a manner that they  can hardly������������������ be* distinguished fror������ pmn-  uine ones, especially if mixed with the  latter. A chamicat analysis nas s^owii  them to consist of a mixture of finely  powdt red nutmeg (from extracted cr  injured kernels) and about 20 per cent  of mineral substances, xne itjuown.tf  msaris of detection are reconinisnded:  ���������VV hen the kern eh are cut the well  known plahtlike structure so characteristic in genuine nutmeg is absent;  if the kernels are treated for three ox  foar minutes \yith boiling water they  | ie iome soft, and can be rubbed up  into a powder with the fingers; on be-  in,? burned they leave about 18 per  cent of ashes, while true nutmeg contains only 2 to 3 per cent; the lnma  ue when the lungs are in danger.  The risk is too great, especially  when you wait to think that Dr.  Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine is for sale In nearly every  store that keeps medicines at all.  This' letter gives you some idea of  the effectiveness of this great medicine.  Mrs. A. Barnum, Ingersoll, Ont.,  writes:-���������"My husband had a very  severe cold on his chest and got so  bad he could not speak above a  whisper. The cough medicines he tried  seemed to have no effect and reading  about Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed  and Turpentine I sent for a bottle.  In two days'he was cured and is very  grateful for such a medicine. He says  we will never be without this medicine in the house,"  The very name of Dr. Chase's Syrup ofi! Linseed    and    Turpentine     is  of which  this  great medicine ^. is composed.  While linseed sheathes the mouth,  tongue and throat, with a protective  coating to prevent injury from hard  coughing, turpentine disinfects and  stimulates the ulcerated parts of the  bronchial tubes and lungs and is almost specific for bronchitis.  Other ingredients which along with  these go to make up Dr. Chase's Sy-  run of Linseed and Turpentine, soothe  the nerves, loosen the cough, aid expectoration, and by thorough action  on the whole system completely cure  coughs and colds, bronchitis, asthma,  whooping  cough  and  sore  throat.  Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and  Turpentine, 25 cents a bottle at all  dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,  Toronto. To protect you against imitations, the portrait and signature of  Dr. A. W. Chase, the famous receipt  book  author,  are on  every bottle."  In-   tatnn nuts are generally much heavier  than the genuine article.  Pale, sickly ohildren should use  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator.  Wonns are one of the principal causes  o suffering in ohildren and should be  expelled fiom the system.  A REVISED EDITION  A small citizen of Springfield, Mass..  says Lippincott's Magazine, made out  a list of the things he hoped to receive  for his approaching birthday, and this  is what his fond mamma * found recorded as the first item of all:  "Anew "testimunt,   reversed   virgin l"  Mtnard's  Liniment Cures  Distemper.  Mmp.  Gallay, wife  of the  defaulting  ���������bank clerk who fled to, South,,America  in  the  yacht  Cataruia, is dead   in   a  Paris hospital.  Without  Alcohol  A-Strong Tonic"~���������������Without Alcohol  A Body Builder        Vlthout Alcohol  A Blood Purifier     Without Alcohol  A Greet Alterative   Without Alcohol  A Doctor's Medicine Without Alcobol  Ayer's Ssrsapsrills   Without Alcohol  A  W������ publiih ������ww fomuUi  vers  Jfa fcnUfc tWehol  tram aaraaaaxaimaa  W������ urge jam te  ���������malt rear  emeXat  Ayer's Pills ire liver pills. Tbey act  directly on tbe liver, make more bile  secreted. This is why they ere so valuable in constipation, biliousness, dyspepsia, sick-headache. Ask your doctor  if he knows s better laxative pill.  r tba t. Q, Aret Pp.. hawtu. Km,'  Yoo cannot poisibly have  a better Cocoa than  EPPSS  A delicious drink and a lastaioioti  food. Fragrant, nutritions and  economical. This excellent Cocoa  maintains tho system In robast  health, and enables It to resist  winter's extreme cold. '  COCOA  Sold by Grocers and Storekeepers  In i������lb. and i-lb Tins.  tSereentetlto Ohre 9etlefam1lon,  GombaulPa  Caustic Balsam  Hit (Riltitort But No Oompitltort  A Beta, Speedy aad Positive Cure for  IN   TtMMS,   WtVMUtt,   WJM  .,m| aU tatana. from liavia,  fiaua uni atatt tnr wnsrs,  Ills dlMtm ���������rYaraslUa.  Hpljtisrit,  iwovM eU  abtn* ud othir fcw  ���������l������lllW������dlM������MIM>l  ��������� UW,   blphUiirit,   |������Rt  IiimIss from Sunw at Oattis,  mr mmrmtmmm**nmi*m*t/   ��������� ������������������>      mmnwm*m^m;mm  tbeUwrsiwe*wniMaisCe.iTefeeie,Oeit������  The members of the Wellman North  jjPole expedition are completing the  preparation of the balloon America,  and will leave shortly.  HEALTHFUL  Because of its" Purity and Freedom  From Coloring Matter  ,,C,ALADA"  &REENTEA  Sold only in sealed lead packets at 40c,   50o and 60o par lb.  At all grocers.  AN  AWKWARD  COMPLIMENT  Budding    Poet���������Have   you   read   my  "Descent...nto'Hell"?  Worldly  Person���������No;   but   I   should  li'<e  to  see  it  very  much.���������Illustrated  'Bits.     ,.  Why Did They Go?  Why, were the early settlers of Manitoba drawn so largely from the counties of Huron and Bruce? asks a writer  in Toronto News. Are they more rocky  and less fertile than other Ontario  counties, and did the people go because population over-ran Hhe growth  of wealth, just as Scotchmen have  been popularly supposed to be shoved  out from their barren land to conquer  the world? There may be something in  that, but the writer, never having seen  either country, cannot say. But, looking at the map, and remembering the  process of settling the Western United '  States, one is inclined to believe thaHi  proximity and ease of travel had much  to do with it. Steamers ran from both  Lake Huron, and Georgian Bay ports  for Duluth long before the Canadian  Pacific Eailway was built. Water travel is cheap and the tendency would be  for adventurous spirits to go up to  have a look at the new country. Some  of them would be seized_of-its.,.advan-.  tages, and^aiter the first score started,  and reports were   received   of   their  firosperous,spirits to go up to have a  bpk at the new country. Some of them,  would be seized of its advantages, and  after the first score started, and re-  f>orta were received of their prosper-  ty in the new land, their relatives and  neighbors would follow. There is no  immigration agent like the prosperous  settler, and so it happened that there  was a large colony from those_counties  ir, Manitoba before the rest of Ontario  had fairly awakened to the fact that  there was such a place. If that ia not  the true explanation, t>ei;haps somebody who knows can give it.  /  I consider MINARD'S -LINIMENT  the BEST liniment in use.  I got my foot badly jammed lately.  I bathed it well with MINArtDrS  LINIMENT, and it was as well as  e?er next day.  Yours very truly,  T.   G.   McMULLEN.  Beer makers walked out of twenty-  three breweries at St. Louis to enforce  wage demands.  There  are 1,700    miners    in    British  Columbia,    3S0* at    Coleman,    250    at  Frank, 200    at   Lille, 100 at Belleview  land   100   at   Lundbrek    now    working  under the eight-hou* day.  The McCourt benefit fund has been  launched iiv Ottawa.  Norses' & Mothers' Treasure  ���������mo������t tellable median* for baby.  Uwdover 50vmuti, Fin* compouiwW  byDr.P.E.Pie*ukbl855.  Makes Baby Strong  Restore* the little organs to perfect  health.   Give* touod sleep, without  retort to opium or other injurious drug*.  i      Al drugjiitt", 25c 6 bottles $1.25.  NsImmI Dnig&ChenualCo. Lid.. Montwl  "HOMES,  HEALTHFUL  TIFUL"  AND   BEAU-  Under the above oaption the Alabae-  tine Co., Limited, or Paris, Ontprio,  have put out probably one of the handsomest booklets on home, decoration  ever issued in Canada. While designed  primarily as a oatalogue, the book is  handsomely illustrated with numerous  cuts of the interiors of rooms in ool-  ors, and, as well as containing complete information on wall decoration,  is filled" with many valuable sugges-  tions, both pictorial and otherwise, on  tasteful homo furnishing. It is a book  Whioh needs only to be seen to be appreciated.  "Homes, Healthful and Beautiful"  Is gotten out In the form of au edition  de luxe, and is too expensive a book  to distribute promiscuously to everyone who might write for it merely out  of idle ourloslty. Tho Alabastine Co,  are therefore making a charge of ten  cents for it, whioh amount, while not  nearly covering the cost of the book, i������  Intended to diacouiuge thoso who  would write for it merely to gratify an  idle whim.  It Is well worth reading. A oopj  will be mailed to any address ou receipt of ton cents.  PRACTISING  Goorgle Goodo-That nasty Tommy  TuHln called mo a liar today, ma.  Mamma���������The young villain I What  mado him say suoh a thing?  Georgia Goode���������His undo told him  ho might be president somo day.���������,  Puck.  for   Hie  A   Requisite  the oattie ranges of the  Ranohpr.���������On  Wost, whoro  mon and stock are far from dootors  and apotheoadoj, Dr. Thomas' Holms  trio Oil is kept on hand by tho intelll  gent as a ready made medicine, not  only for many human ills, but as a  horse and cattle medicine of surpass  ina merit, A horse and oattlo rancher  ������iii iu.ii intuitu* tfitftu} 8iiui*iim.U uy  inin* t.Ms Oil.  THE LATE MR. C. B, RECORD,  FOUNDES OF THS RECORD FOUNDRY.  Reproduced above, ia a portrait of the late  Mr. C. B. Record, tba founder and original  head of the Record Foundry & Machine  Co., of Moncton, N.B., >and Montreal,  P.Q.  Previous to Mr. ..Record going into tbe  manufacture of stoves, those used ia  Canada wero almost wholly of American,  manufacture. The character of the work,'  turned out by the Record Foundry tt  Machine.Co.,���������atonca gave their stoves a-  standing, and as a result a very large  business soon grew up, largely owing to  Mr. Record's untiring industry and perseverance against many obstacles.  Although Mr. Record retired from active  business as far back as 1879,' the solid  basis bn tihlch he had established the in*  dustry, bas resulted in its growth from a  sturdy pioneer into one of the largest stove  manufacturing plants on the northern half  of the American continent. With two  large plants, one In Moncton and one in  Montreal, the Record Foundry & Machine  Co. are known from Halifax to Vancouver,  and their ������." Calorific " and " AdmiralA  furnaces and "Penn Esther" ranges  recognized as the standard of Canadian  ���������vcellenco. ���������  Th������ Co  lsiiml Ui  ;oat of Arms.  The original Icoat of arms was the  siircont, or sleeveless tunic, which tbe  kuights of tbe middle ages wore over  their armor for the purpose of distinctive marks.  Making a Needle,  It takes eleven complete processes to  make n needle, The first ls gauging  tho wire, and thj last aro drilling-the  eyes, finishing the points and papering.  Eacb needlo will pass through tbe  hands of over a score of workmen.  ,       ������  '        ���������,, *'��������� * ���������%��������� it*my   *���������  A Clear, Healthy Skin,���������Eruptions of  the skin and the blotches whioh blemish beauty are the result of impure  blood caused by unhealthy aotlon of  the liver and kidneys. In correcting  this unhealthy action and restoring  the organs to their normal condition,  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills will at the  same time cleanse the blood, and the  blotches and eruptions will disappear  without leavlug any trace.  A Limited Habit  "I see that somo of onr scientist*  claim thnt death Is largely a matter of  habit, depending upon thought and all  tbat," bo said.  ���������'Nonsense," sbe replied, "Did yoo  ever know any ono wbo wns In tbe  habit of dying?"  Pen-Angle  ��������� ���������E Greatest of Tonic?  MlnlNc  (Pponounced Si-Keen*)  twenty-five years* successful record  intricate cases o( throat, lane and stomach troubles. 8uobfai  Fsychine's record. Thousands of cases given up by leading  doctors as hopeless and incurable have been quickly and per-  goatiently cored by Psvcbine. It is an infallible remedy for  coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonip, consumption, indigestion,  loss of appettte_tnd all wtlng dto^^a .  M My son had a terrible c  was .wasted to a shadow.      He ased Psy.  u&and  .                Dootors  said ho oould not live. He ased Psy.  ehloe,itoujredhim.''-Mrs. J. Ranf<  ���������T| BrookvlUa  ag^a.worth living."-Mn. I Eich.  arda, Marriotts Core, tt A.  " Mylungsue now sound u a bell  aftsrtuli������ftnr(rilne.������-H. B  Brtdgebuif, Oat  Eobblna,  ���������   "P*rohlMsaT*d my lite."-*.Walton, 7 Oomwsil St, Torouto.  '��������� After taking lft.00 worth of Psr.  chine my lungs are well aud Ills Is  Piychlne Never Paid     Psyehine haa no Substitute  > AT ALL DBADBRS, SOe and $1,00 A 50TTLB  DR. T. A. SLOCUM, Limited, 179 King St. W., Toronto  n  The Habit of Health  Many people have a habit of ailing. How much better It would be  to learn to keep well. For health, after all, is largely a matter ol  habit, which all may acquire with a little practise,  BEECHAM'S PILLS  teach good habits to Stomach. Liver, Kidneys and Bowels, If you  are subject to Blious Attacks, suffer from Constipation or are  troubled with Indigestion, Nervousness or Headache, Becchom's  Fills will reform all these bad habits and set an example of good  health, which the body will quickly follow. You can break tip all  sickly habits by occasionally using tho health luggeitiont transmitted by Beecham's Pills.  Prfparsdoaly by Thomas IWKhsm, St. Htlsns, Lancashire* Swiss*,  ���������eld by ell Druggists In Cansda snd U, a. Amsrlea.   la bests as cant*.  !*--  ANOTHER JOB FOR Al-COHOIi  ��������� That the method of garbage disposal  li about to he revolutionised by the  manufacture of denatured alcohol in  iUtt ���������Uiuiueut m*'*u Xo VHu uoiuinuii  council of Milwaukee by Dr. W, A.  (Boyd, ol Rookford, III. MUwaukcc  now pays $1.89 a  ton for burning Its  Sarbage at a munioipal plant, and Dr.  ovd has offered to do the wt������rk at 70  bents a ton, and at the end of umi  years give the oity his plant. Milwaukee gels no return In the way of  by-products from burning Us garbage.  Df, Bovii any* hm will K������l greaa������, (it-  tiliser and alcohol from the waste.  Aleobol would be the most important  of the byproduots.-New York Tribune.  ' !  Pen-Angle Underwear Is forra-knlt  io it can't help  fitting your figure,  -it's made of  long-fibred wool  r       j   toerl hofl$ea.   Th4  aa(U������o, man an  iWUrien. Perm-fiRed,  Dseleri are suthorittd  |������ tsplace inrtandy end  st our cost say Pen.  Aasje farrnwt liuliy  Is material of matt*.  whole idea la to  make it ao good  you can't afford  not to buy by the  trademark (ia  rod), tot  UNDERWEAR  W.   N.   U.   Ne.  Ill  A3 A BRACER  FOR  A  HARD  DAY'8 WORK  BREAKFAST ON  cuDtnncn  oinicuucu  WUFAT  As a food It Is fer superior to mutby porridge or pssty oora products. It ts hysitnlcal-  ly perfect snd mere  wholesome and nutritious than meat.  BISCDIf aad TWBCUIT ate aa Meal OombtasUea.  All Qreesrs���������lie a carton, or t fer Ve. w  thp; news, cumttou.a nt>. mrrrsrr Columbia.  TWE OUMHKRLAND   NEWS  Issued Every Wednesday.  J.   A. Bates,  Editor and   Proprietor.  Th������* columns ot The News are oven to all  ������ho **"-*,b to cxprosH ch������rtia views o uiai-  tern *f jjiiid'c luurcdii.  While we do not hold ourselves re "���������nn������\'  i le for the utterances of correspondenco, we  r-jbe. v������ clu r.^ui oi deuhumg to inner'  c ���������iiuiunicati(iu8 unuecen3arily pewoual..  .WK&NESPAY,   JUNK 12, 1907  \  SJ-X-fc/rcnBL-    G      HD^VIS, .    Pbopsibt.  ' ._ Enplish i x BU11TON always on tap alfO, tii������j FninnusMILWAUKEE  BEERS��������� AphtJUurtV, Brhmnian, Sch'itz. &o. "OLD GREY" BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wines land Liquors of all kinds.  The B arding and Lodging Department, under tho immediate superintendence of Mrs  DaviB, will be f������)iind First clas-i in every tw^ut  SATES,  $1 oo per day upwards.  mvmmkem :-w������Tp.r..w. ,M<mamma.mmM������i.&������im&m*~.*-m',i****.f*x*mm  Thure was'a  man   in  Cumber  land  and  lie   was awfully  wise.  Be marked a silver dollar aud tlion  gave it to Bess; slw   went  to the  butcher shop and blew the dollar  in���������it was not long before the coin  came back to hini again.    He took  it to a merchant and bought anew  dress for June, before the week  had    finished    bauk came that  plunk again.     He spent that self  aame coin quite  fifty   times or  more, and always had tht> pleasme  of   spending it  over   and   over.  Each   time it came   back ' twus^  like ' meeting    an   old    friend,  but one day he sacrificed hit* dear  old friend for a post-office order  and Bunt it off to T.   Raton's store,  back it came "nevermore"     ������������������������  The  FURNITURE  STORE  As the result of a recent judicious purchase a new lot ofjfurniture arrived this week.   We sell nt prices to suit nil pockets.  REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,  J. H. COLLINS, Cumberland*  We can take enre of tlie people  who come through of their own  accord, especially those who have  money enough to buy small places  iji which they can nsefnllyemploy  themselves when other work is at  a standstill. But we shall find  ourselves in' difficulties* if too  "Tnany-'iaborers���������of"the���������hand=to���������  jnoath type are thru6t upon us���������  World.  There is room and plenty in  British Columbia for-many thousands, shall we say millions, of  that class of people wlio have a  little money to invest and "can  .usefully employ themselves whui  'other w ok** are at a standstill."  In Comox valley there is available-  land for at least five hundred such  families. There are toomanyof that  birds-of-passage class in the province, men who work a while then  loaf u while, and somf eventually  become a burden on the community.  We would (suggest to tho Vancouver World to do a little mies-  onary work in how tho present  Alien Laboi Act is being earofally followed by somo of our lumber companies, and give results of  investigation. We hear rumblings even iu tlito district of violations of the not, and if all be true,  .or oven ono half, then it is up to  S'Jinebody lo protest vigorously  and effectively.  '  If you can imagine a zephyr mixed with  dew and a liftle powdered sugar, and fried  on a sunbeam���������you may get some idea of  how a Rosette Wafer looks and tastes.     .,, ,-.\ ,  * ��������� j .    An\'���������n��������� s  You.can   make   forty Rosettes  ia W,U !)e PleaSed to ^^(^f^r  twenty minutes at a cost of ten cents, set to-any address for. . wV-/v>������  | We'll sell you a full ___ ���������������������������>������  | set of Rosette Irons. ^f\      W atSOH C&McGTeg'  neatly boxed, for  Uvf      ^ .     . r ,     L      0^ ������ ...  -     Sole Agents, Johnston (street  Illustrated Rosette Recipe Boolk Trrnr.,A,���������,     ,.   .^  . FREE on request VIC'IOUIA,' li. 0.  ^**������ "���������PTIFTy' * a tww������aiaaw������tt*������������ ama ������Ttf|f������ IIII WI ITU    OSS   ���������HgMBirMPVnTTff IfTfiJWfVTT -Itr?*  :or  ) ammmniMrtstiL-j ������ rtwraKtaftwiflabm can aaaBBfflmWT  ,.mitm-.zmtt- ���������*3Mt*tJmV .B&lmm&l*m\*'amm*rJ.^Tmm;m**mi~-'A iO.S.U4_  iiWT jtejt  ���������j.i^vjn j-uk^fJtejsii u  9*'m' **���������*****.  'StfGHTLY MIXED  Two eorrespojidents wrote to a  country editoi' to know, respnutive  )y: The hunt way of nssisting twins  through the teething period, nnd  how to rid an orchard of grahshop-  pel*. Tho editor a'^wered each  question faithfully, hut unfortunately got the initials uijxod, so  that the fond futherof the teeth-  ing twins wns tliuniiorstrnck by  the following advice: If you nro  unfortunate enough to he plagued  by theae unwelcome little pests,  tho qniokevt means of -iwrtlirigthein  iB to cover them with straw and  tot tho straw on fire,  WIjIJo the man who was liolbored with thc gmwhop((������i> \m e-  qnaily amaxed to riwl: Tlio mpt-  hod of treatment is to give thorn  each a warm bath twico a dny and  rub the gums with boii-Met-Green  wood tadgo,  l^ivefside Hotel  THE FINEST HUNTING-AND FISHING GROUNDS  =ON THE ISLAND.====  Livery Stable, Telegraph Office and Harbor Shop Convenient  to  Hotel.     '���������������������������'���������  Everything up to Pate.  DAVIS &FECHNEE,, proprietors.  I  THE   E  FOR   MEN  Is one of many brands made by  | They operate seven large, modern factories In  A the New England Ctates, devoted to the making  of Men'o, Women's and Children's Sltooe.  ERICA   Shoes are popular priced,  and  combine ctylo with good wearing quality.    They are   strongly  mode  and  come In varieties of leathers.  For Sale at  rnv3"V       TfflT/1  7)XUJI������ut  i^\^^*>\^!^\\V9N*J������^^^  Kspimait ..* taaimo Bj  ol  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling  at   North  Saanich  Cowichan Hav    Maple Bav, Crofton,  Kuper and Thetis Islands when freight  oi passengers offer.  Leaves N,na,nio Tuesday, 5  p.m., for  Union Hay and Comox '  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.'m., for  Union Hay and Nanaimo..  Le.;ves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m), for  Comox and way ports, -  Leave? Comox Friday, 7'a.n., for Na-  naimo and way ports.  S-uls from Nanaimo Friday, * p.m��������� {or  Victoria Crt,ling at kuper. and Then.���������,  Islands, Crofton. Maple Bay, Co*lrh--i  an   tiny ana   Nonb   Saa 1 c.when  freight and passengers offer  North Saanicl, when tide and weather  conditions permit.  7ANC0TJVER - NAU AIMO . LADYSMITH   ROUTE  S. 8.      "JOAN;"  Sails t om   Vancouver  for  Nanaimo  daily, except Sundays, a. 7.30 p.m  Sails from jSJanaimo   for   Van ouver  daily, except Sundays, at7 a.m  TIME TAliLE  EFFECTIVE  Monday, October let, 1906  1  .nd Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  I" ROD And GUN  If you like to read of the experiences of  anglers, shooters and campers or yachting;  or If you are Interested in country life, ask  _ your ncr-sdealer for Forest and Stream.  or write for free specimen copy, or send  twenty.flve cents for four weeks' trial trip.  Forest and Stream Is a Urge ������lu,?,ra}'������  weekly lournsl, which contains the following  departments:  Game Bari and Gt������v      Natural Hiatorf,  Sea and River Fishiin/t,  Yachtins.  The Sportsman Tourist, C&.i\oein&  Rifle and Trap. Kennel.  Wc send free our cstalogue of tbe best book*  on outdoor lite and recrestlon.  FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO.  346 Broadway. New Vork City.  QOLLEGIATE   SCHOOL  FOR BOYS  The Laurels.        BelcherJStreet  Victoria B. C.  TH  Patron and  Visitor,  LORD  BISHOP  OF  COLUMBIA.  NORTH RGUND-Read Down  Passenger Trains  Stations.  Daily  No. I  Victoria,  ���������Ruabela,���������   Shawaigan,  Cobble Hill,  Cowichan,  Koksilah,  Duncau'ti,  ���������SomenoH,  WflHiholme,  OiietnaiiiuH,  Lmlynniith,  South Wtillingtoo,  Naoaiijjo,  Welhugton,  De. yoo  10 :7  10.22  10.40  10.48  10 53  1! 00  11.07  HAS  11 32  11.57  12.18  12.33  Sunday  Wed.  Sat.  No. 3  De. 16 00  ���������-16T04"  17.15  17.18  17.30  17 41  17.47  17.58  18.10  18.22  18 35  18.55  ID. JO  19.30  Head Mauttr  J.W.LAING, ESQ ,  M. A.,   OXFORD.  Assisted by three Graduates of the Recognized Universities of Great Britain and Canada.  Moderare terms for boarders.  Property conssts of five acres with spacious 8*>'ool buildings,, extensive recnafin-  grounds, gymnasium. Cadet corps or^aon  ized.  APPLY TO HEAD MASTER.  Ar 12.53   Ar]0 45  SOUTH BOUND-Read Up.  Viotoria,  liuasi Is,  Shawnigan,  <<  Cobble Hill,  Cowiohati,  Ko!i,<ilah,  liunoan's,  SonmaOi',  Westholme,  Chemainus,  Liilyhiiiith,  South Wellington,  Nanaimo,  Wellington,  No. 2  Ar   12. till  12 02  10 51  10.48  10.40  10.13  10.011  10 02  9.47  9.87  9,25  Do. 9.00  Ar, 8.50  8,28  8.15  De. 8.00  No. 4  19.55  19 51  18 35  18.30  lo.'H  18 08  18 (i3  17.58  17 43  17 32  17 22  De. 10 58  Ar, 10 48  1U.27  10 15  De. 16 00  Dominion  Hotel  Victonio, B, C.  ^!<^4,>|,^4^^HHh,!t,'l''i'>I<>l''l''l"l"i''ti  ������������������STAR'  Tlm Untti* nro [,o\v,or tlrnn ot.ln������r  firat-olnsM )mtein, with Accomodation Sii|wrior to many.  Kooiiik with or without bath.  American I'lan   ������1.50  to $2.50.  jhji* day.  Knvripr-'ui   IMnn,    IlnoinH   ojd  .50 to $1,50, por day.  Freo J) us.  y������  STEPHEN UONBS.  Stable I  \\ Hayman & Maxwell,!:  * *  PropriotorH. ������������  'TKAMSTF.RS, and DRAYMEN!!  i.SIN(JI.K  ������nt|  DOUIILE   RIC.S������������  T..i    II IRK,       ALL   UK DICKS"  PROMPTLY ATTKNDEIJ    TOi;  ^im%*aae������mmm\m9amm^ a  3rdSt. Cumberland ii  lLVm*rX***lt*>S?i$A*}*MM*A*Wto  Thousand Mile and Coinmutaiion Tir.  kets on sale, good ovei mil and ste-it..er  lines, at two and one-half cents per mile.  .Special trains and steamers for Excur-  iions, nnd reduced rites for parties may  be arranged foi on application to thc  Dist, Pass, Agent at Victoria,  The Companv reserves the right to  change without previous notice,steamers  sailing dates nnd houro of sailing.  Excursion Tickets on Side from nnd to  all Stations, good forgoing journey Saturday and Sunday, returning not Inter  han Monday.  J, W. TROUP, Oon. Sup, B.O. Oo������������t Ser.  G, L. COURTNEY, Dlit. Frt. fr I'm., AB,  a*amm������*mmmm\WAamw%\%W9k^^  Granite and Marble Works.  Granite and Ma hie Mnnumunti, Tub-  lots, etc, nt) the lowost prJoei, consistent with flrst-clam stook and  workmanship,   Write for ptrtioultrs.  0m** PL, Steal ont,  Yates St. Victoria,  B. O,  Morpocl]i Bros,  BAKBES  Wr?^***rz&m+^^  gRiDAD, Oaken arid Pie������ deliver  ed daily to any part of City.  vuM,HTncK . Groceries  Good  Buys.  WANTED���������To Buy a Cottage on the  instalment plan Owner leave terms at  this office.  FOR .SALE��������� The fine lesidence of Mr.  T, E. Bute, situated at the  corner   of  Windermere and First Street is for sale  at the'low figure,of $1400**.   For particulars Apply Cumberland News.  FOR SALE���������A firsi-rlass Barber Shop.  Giving up on account ofgo.ng into other  business. jMust be sold immediately.  Apply Cumberland News,  $175 bnyx n good lot it jthis oity.  FOU SALE���������10 noreB good laud in Co-  ���������inoxVulles nuitnblo for chicken rnnob.  ^  Beautiful stream running through "property.. Apply nt this oflice.  FOB HA LE���������U nores good fnrminif land  in Comox Vidlny. Has lmiin<\ burn ������ind  orohai'd. Good opportunity to secure a  comfortable homo at reasonable price.  FOR SALeTLots ou the Dunsmuir  townsite,  FOR SALE���������100 noreB, 60 acres chopped  nnd about 10 acres cleared. High land,  and exoollent pasture land. Terms can  be arranged to suit.  1000 shares Richard 111 mining stock, 50 cents per share���������  apply at this office.  FOR 8ALE���������160 nores, ono milo water  front, 40 hows olenred; 2 houses, one con-  tabling 8 rooms, another 0 rooms; barn  60 x SO. A most desirnblo plaoe for a  eummer resort nod ooniral plaoe for a  bote], Prioe $1*2,000 on terms.  11 ���������win 1 mi 1     M>mm!!<'������������������ 11 ���������������������������im���������m mww' i������w������i, mi i ���������������i���������nPi���������im���������������������������������������������������*���������***  WANTED���������About ten aores olenred, A  with or without house.   Must bo good  Innd nnd fronting wator.  State lowost  prioe.  FOR SALE-8 Jersey cows, fresh, aad  in.flrst-oliWB condition; also a few year*  ling heifers.  Apply to W. M. Roy.  $800 CASH buys firat-olass hous  uu ������liu/j>oit ttvcuuu,  FOR SALE���������On nearly new Eastman  snap shot camera at a Bargain. Apply  tbls Office,  emmmwaammaatmmmammtmmmmmammm^  FOR ���������SALI5- A farm of 160  acres, also house and barn, situ- ,  ated near Coniox valley Beautiful location, convenient to the  salt water. For particulars ap.  plyat this office jj  Choice  Thomughbred,  Single*  comb, brown Leghorn egga  for sale, $ 1.00 per sitting.  Apply Mra, Roe, Union Bay. THE   KEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  <\  MAKES YOUR CftKES LWHT.  MAICBS YOUR BISCUITS LW1HT.  MAKES YOUR BUNS LIGHT.  MAKES YOUR LA BO R LIGHT.  MAKES YOUR EXPENSES LIOHT.  Ordor from your Grocer.  B.W.QI1LETT ffSffB  TORONTO.ONT.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and   rail  way cars of  the   Union   Holliery  Company by any  person   or ..persons���������-except-rain crew;���������it) strictly  prohibited.    Employees  we sub-  iec to dismissal for alio'"' jg same  By order  Francis D  Lit^it;  M^na^er,  When in Oumlierlaiid  STAY   A.T THE..........  \  VEN$U)ME.  . ��������� '���������' ������������������   ������     '"  '���������;.   tM\ All Oonvknibncbr fob Guests  rHKBAIt IS SurPLlKD WITH  Best Liquors and Cigars  O. GANNKR  JAPANESE  at a lvO'.\ Price,  Wholesale and Retail.  Sweet and Clean miu  iiy  5olbs $2.65  No. 5 Japtown, Cumberland B.  h.. yi wwv* w em -**mn*%tuttmmimmt an ���������*  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FiRST-'JLAHS  CANDY, imUlTS,  CIGAUrt & TOBACCOS.  00   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Scientific American  A nwiflnomnlf lllimtrMrol wenkly. Lnrirniit oil*  oiilnttim of twr Hciemitlo Imirnnl. Tormi, 18 h  rnnn fmirmnntli������,lt. Hold by nil nowmloiilem.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound,  TJio trroiifc Utorino Toiito, nod  only mto onbqtual Monthly  Retfulatoron whlcih woman onit  depend. Pui<Un three dearow  tn rlnrrr-oa ntvftviw^w ������<|. %}{*,' *f  for Nuoaial', ouNW, U por bb������  "'���������A 1/ :>n i.uiinhUt,M noil  oiwtld en rowipt of orjpfl,  (hxwHtBi'i'HlCOJ  Broiwild en  Free piunphtot, Atlcli  ^Toi������mto,Oht.  ���������- I, I ft   IM nores. more or lew, nt Bnraflold  Creek, Baraluy Dintrict. Thin land carries tbo cool ond ii heavily timboml.  Prico $l������i.ooo.  Dnn't bp minted bnt Ih* t^rmlnui* on  Vancouver Island on tlio W������������t Coast tlm  neatest point to the Orient of ono or probably two or three of the grant continent  al rnilway* i������ill lie nt Jtorolny Sound.  SS, PLAITS.  FOR THE  FAkM, GARDEN, LAWN  or CONSERVATORY  NO seedless plums, NO pitleee   apples, NO c'llileescom���������just old  '" reliable varieties nt reasonable  prices  Fertili2e������rs Bee  Supplies  Suray Pumps  Spraying Materials Cut Flowers  Etc ,    Etc.  01de?t,������sta'ldished nursery on the  'Mainland of B.C.        Catalog Freo  M. J.HENRY  Greenhouses and l\ O. Address - 3010 Westminster Road.  BRAN }H NURSERIES--South Vft������oouv(r  P.S.���������If your local"'merchants do not  h.indlv my sseds, send direct. We prepay 50 packets assorted varieties nf  GARDEN SEEDS in ordinary 5c papers  (tested stock) to your nearest post office  for $1���������20 packetsfor 50c,, trial collection  00000 ooooooooooouor  v^1  O     I am  prepared   to  ������ furnish Stylish Rigs 0  C and do Teaming at C  ������     reasonable rates, ������  OD. KILPATRlCK      O  Cumberland r  o  o  <*,  000 OOOOOOOOO0OPOOO0  The  Great ": English   Remedy.  lones and invigorates tho whoio  nervous system,   makes   ivjv  Blood in old Veins. Ownt Net-,-  ous Debility, Menial and Brain Worry. Dr  pondency, hcxnal Weakness, Emiinions, Spn  matorrJuea, and Effect* of-Abuse or Excessm  Price *1 per box. six for $5.*  Ono will please, r.x  will euro.   Sold by all drug-gists or maikd in  plain pkg. ou receipt of price.  New paw," hid  mailed free.  Tho Wood Medicine Co.  {formerly Windsor) Toronto, Oni,  ���������.'**-* >T.������.Wh'.vS^  OUR BEST  CLUBBING     OFFERS  lliis pnpor AND A NEW Subscription to  lt''������fu1ar prio������ for both.   Our Pi ire  Daily Witness,      $4.50 $3.o������*  Weekly Witness,    2.50 2.00  World Wide, 3.00 2.23  Northern Messenger J.90 1.75  O.ir oaliulatioiiH ure baBod strictly ou ne  cash in a ivanee, Samples of these paper  may be seen at our oUioo,  When In fourtenay Stay At  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  The Oentxal HotolTor Sportsmen  Nono but the Most of Wines and Liquors  at the liar.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Prop,  CANADA'S   GRKATKST,  NURSERIES  WANT  A LOCAL SALESMAN  FOR      -  OUMMSttLAND  to soil High Class Nnraory 8tocl<  in Fruits and Onmiuontals Liu-g  eat list of now spuuialtios over olj-  Oj'ud. Start now at best nulling  season. Lictiiieod by H.O. (toy*  ornmont to soil in tlu* Province nf  RHHwh OdnmHn I'i" hvhirv  incuts, LiUu-al Pay, llandsomf  Free Outfit, Territory Rusorvod,  wHto for terms and Cutalotfiu*. and  aond 25c for onr aluminum pocket  microscope (Magniflos 4| timos]  and 8O0 for our Itandy saw, junl  tlio thing for trimming trees [cut*  iron as woll as wood.]  Stone & Wellington,  Kontliill  Xursories,  (Over ROOaeren]  rOROiNTO    - -     ONTARIO  ��������� ���������' < ���������'������������������  "'��������������������������� ��������������������������� :.  ���������    ������������������������������������ '���������''���������', '  Skeena Land District  District   of  Oueen  Charlotte  Islands,  TAKE notice that John F. L. Embury,  of 1-togi'na, Saskatchewan, Burrister-at-  1 aw, intends to apply for a special timber  ���������iconce over the following described  lands:--situhte 01 tha North side of  Skidegatu Inlet, Grnh m Island.  OlaitnNo 1���������Commencing at a post  planted 011 the Nonh \Ymt corner of lot  lGn llanj,'e 4 ruimins,' north 40 chains,  east 160ohains, south 10chains, Wist 160  Ohnms baok to the place of beg nuiug.  and cout.iiniiitf 610 acres more or less.  Dated May 4th, 1907.  JOHN  F. L. EM 11URY���������Applioant.  CARL (3. JOHXSTOXJB,   Aj?6jt  ClaimNo. 2���������OommtMiciug at a post  planted on the North West corner of  I'laim No l.ruuuiug North 40 chump,  Iiasfc 160 chaniu, Woulli 40 chains, West  160 chains, back to tho place of beginning  and containing 640 acres more or leas.  ��������� Dated May 4th 1907.  JOHN F, L. EMBURY-Applicant.  Caul G. Jqhnstoxk, Agent.  Claim No, 3���������Commencing at a post  planted .on the North West corner of  Claim No. 2. running North 40 chains,  East 160 chaius, Houth 4'J chains, West  160 chains, back to the pl.-'oj of beginning and containing 04'J acres more or  less.  Dated May 4th, 1907.  JOHN F, L. EMJ3UUY���������Applicant.  Caul G. JuHNsrn.su, Agent.  Claim No. 4���������Commencing at a post  planted at the North West corner of  Ciaim No ii, running Soiuh 40 chains,  West 100 chaius, N >rth 40 chains, 'East  100 chains, back to the placo <..������ beginning and containing 6i0 acres more or  teas.  Juted May 4tb, 1907.  JOHN F. L.  EdliUliY���������Applicant.  Cakl G. Jounstone, Ag nt.  Claim N . 5���������Commencing at a post  -plunUid���������db^liha���������riuttth���������East��������� cor-uei~of-  Claim No 4, running bqmh 80 chains,  West SO chnins, Nortb 80 chains, Ea^-t U0  cnains, back tj placo of beginning, and  oontaiuiiig 640 acres more or less.  Dated Amy 7tL, .l'JU'7.  John P. L  .EMBUHY.-Applioaut.  Caul G. J .h.nstonh, Agent.  Claim No. 6.���������Oommenciug at u popt  planted at tho -Nortn West ooruer of  Claim No. 4, running North 40 chains,  East 160 ohaiiw, fcJoulli 40 chaius, West  160, chains, back to place of beginning,  and containing 040 aores more or less.  Diilwl May 7tii,.191.17.. ���������������������������'.���������  John F. L. EM13OHY,-Applicant.  Oaiu, G. Johnstonk,  Agent  C.'lnim No, 7.���������Coinmoncing at a pest  plauted at the North East oorner of  Oluitn No.-6, running South 40 chainst  West 160 chains, North 40 ohains, East  1(10 chains, bnok to ylnoo of beginning,  and containing 640 uoros more or leas.  Dated May 7th, 1007.  JOHN F. L. EMBUBY.-Applionnt.  18 K Kit    MEEB,  The drink of strong men and healthy women  UnioitBrewery^eer  Is The Best  Bottled ot* in  Barrels.  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo B.C.  em  BWM������iMaBMma������HBuaH3CfittaBEanaraHMi  Carl G. Johnstone, Agent.  Claim No 8���������Commencing at a   post  planted  at the North  East corner of  Claim No 7, running North 40 chains,  West 160 chains, South 40 chains East  160 chains, back to the place of beginning, and conteiningi640 acres more or  less.  Dated May 7th, 1907.  JOHNF. L. EMBURY-Applioant.  Carl G. Johnstone. Agent.  Claim No. 9���������Commencing at a  post  planted   at the North Bast corner of  ClaimNo 8 running North 40 chains,  West 160 chaius, South 40 ohains, East  160 chains, back to the place of thinning, and containing 640 aores more or  less.   ' '  Dated May 7th. 1907.  JOHN F. L. EMBURY.-Applioant.  Carl G. Johnstonk, Agent.  ClaimNo. 10-Commencing at a post  planted at the North West corner of  Claim No 6, running North 40 chains,  East 160 chains, South 40 chains, West  160 chains, back to the place of beginning and containing 640 acres more or less  Dated May 8th. 1907.  JOHN F. L.' EMBURY-Applicant.  Carl G. Johnstone, Agent.  Claim No. II- Commencing at a post  planted at the North West corner of  Claim No 10 running North 40 chains^'  East 160 chains, South 40 chains, West  160 chains, back to the place of beginning and containing 640 acres more or  less.  j_J3atedJMayJttU,J^I^_  JOHN F. L, EMBURY-Applicant.  Carl G. Johnstonk, Agent.  Claim No. 12���������Commencing at a poBt  planted at the North West coruer of  Claim No 11, running North 40 ohains,  East 160 chains, South 40 chaius, West  160 chains, back to the place of beginning and containing 640 acres, more or  less. '  Dated May 8th, 1907.  JOHN F. L. EMBURY-Applicant.  Caul G. Johnstone, Agent.  Claim No 13-Commencing at a post  planted at the North West corner of  Claim No 1 .running North 40 ohainB,  East 160 cbains, South 40 chnins, West  160 chaius. baok to the plaoe of beginning  and containing 640 acres, moro or less.  Dated May 8th, 1907.  JOHN P. L. EMBURY,-Appltoant.  Caul G. Johnstonk, Agent.  Claim No. 14���������CommenoiuR nt a post  planted at the North West corner of  Claim ^018, running North 40 chainB,  East 160 chains, South 40 chains, Weat  160 ohains, baok to the   plaoe of beginning, und containing 6-10 acres, more or  less.  Dated May 8th, 19C7.  JOHN F. L. EMBURY.-Applicant.  Carl (i. Johnstonk, Agent.  Claim No 15���������Commencing at a post  plauted at the North West corner of  Claim No 14, .running North 40 chains,  East 160chains,Sonth 40 chains, West.  160 chains, back to the place of beginning, and containing 640 acres, more or  less.  Dat*������d May 8th. 1907*  JOHN F. L. EMBURY-Applicant-  CarlG. Johnstone, Agent  ClaimNo.16 -Commencing at a post  planted at the North West corner of  Claim No 15, running North 40 chaius,  East 160 chains, South 40 chains, West  160 chains, back, to the place of beginning, and containing 640 acres, more or  less.  Dated May 8th, 1 07.  JOHNF. L. EMBURY-Applicant.  Carl G. Johnstone, Agent,  ClaimNo 17��������� Commpiiciug at a post  planted at a post 80 chains distant from  the North West corner of Claim 16 in an  eastern direction from said North -WeBt  corner running North 80 chnins. East 80  chains, South 80 chains, West 80 chains,  back to the place ofbeginuing, and containing 640 acres more or less.  Dated May 8th, 1907.  JOHN F, L. EMBURY-Applicant.  Carl G. Johnstone, Agent..  11129  NOTICE  1    TENDERS are hereby called ior  ihe .pprchafeof Loti- 63, 67, GS, 73  and 74, in thetownsiUi of Courtenay  B. C part of the estate of Alexander  J. Mellado deceased. The lowest  or any tender not necessarily accepted Tenders eubjeot to tbe approval of the Court.  "Bruno Mellado"  Administrator of the estate of  A.J. Mellado deceased,  Cumberland, B.C., April 17th 1907  14tl71y  firnWt  WATSON'S  m  i^#!  > F ''A"** ���������-  mW������r**Kn*i'.  '.C&kUA^.l  m  ,i\r^  *. i >��������� _������  il,'    ���������,!*  '���������ti-Ami-  i? in*   * * 4 a ' *     Aim  t'-A... jk *tp,.f-  m*me\m*mmm%%mm%ml  ^Wv^*^,  King of Seofeh Whi������kie������a  The HUD80N8 BAY OO  Sole Agents for B O TIIE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  AN   EARLY  CALL  Mark  Twain's  Story   About   Hie  Absentmlnded Brother.  One   bitter   December   night   Orion  (Mark Twain's brother) sat up reading  until 3 o'clock in the morning and then,  without looking at a clock, sallied forth  to call on *a young lady.   He hammered  and hammered at the door: couldn't  get any response: didn't understand it.  Anybody   else   would   have   regarded  that as an indication of some kind or  other and   would  have  drawn   inferences nnd gone home, but Orion dldn t  draw Inferences.  He merely hammeivd  and hammered, and finally the fatuer  ���������of the girl appeared at the door hi a  ���������dressing gown._ He had a candle in  his hand, and the dressing gown was  all the clothing he had on, except an  expression of welcome, which was so  thick and so large that it extended all  down his front to his Instep and nearly  obliterated   the  dressing  gown.    But  Orion didn't notice that this was an  unpleasant   expression.     He   merely  Tvalked  In.   The old gentleman took  bim into the parlor, set the cndle on  a table and  stood.    Orion made the  ���������usual remarks about the weather and  ���������sat down���������sat down  and talked and  talked and went on talking, that old  man looking at him vindictively and  ���������waiting for his chance, waiting treacherously and rfialignantly for his chance.  Orion had  not asked for the young  lady.   It was not customary.   It was  understood that a young fellow came  to see the girl of the house, not the  founder of it.    At last Orion got up  -and made some remark to the effect  that  probably   the   young  lady   was  'busy and he would go now and call  ��������� again. That was the old man's chance,  ������������������and he said with fervency, "Why, good  land, aren't you going to stop to breakfast?" ��������� Mark Twain's Autobiogr������������ii������  tn North American Review.  Holloway's  Corn  Cure   is   a   specific  for the  removal   of   corns  and  warts.  ���������We have  never heard of its failing to  Mcemove even the worst kind,  -COOKING A SQUASH  ,  "A 'correspondent of tne Listener  "writes:���������I think you will enjoy the following fiom our English cousins. We  Jiave laughed ourselves weak over it.  A. barrel was sent to London at Christ-  '���������mas "containing apiplea, a IIuDDara  squash, some cranberries and sweet  [potatoes. This is from the reply:  "lhe_ap.pl������s._Miere  fine,  but  the   pota  toes, alas, had gone quite bad and yellow. The cianberrie are very handsome,'but seem somewhat acid to our  taste. The squash was a novelty, and  I daresay we didn't know exactly how  to deal wit'i it. We 'put, it on the  table for dessert, but James found it  extremely difficult to cut. Later 1  stewed it with lemon and sugar, and  ura all declared it deliciou-a."  Por    Inflammation    of   the    Eyes.���������  Among the many good qualities which  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills possess, besides  regulating   the  digestive   organs,  is tbeir efficacy in reducing inflammation of the eyes.    It has   called   forth  <* many letter* of recommendation  from  ' -. thoBe who were afflicted Ivith this com-  >��������� plaint and found a cure in the pills.  They affect the nerve centres and the  '"��������� blood in a 'surprisingly active way, and  '"���������the result is almost immediately seen,  -*!I heard you giggling in the library  ' "last titght," sa|,d the stern parent. "I  * think you must have been beside  '.  yourself." *  ���������"Oh I no," said the pretty girl,  Y hlushlnir deeply,, "h wa* beside  *" OhaWie."���������Life.  ON THE SCRAP HEAP  In  an   Irisa  court  recently   an   old  man  was  C4lled  into  tne witness  bo.i. ,  ani  b4ng  inarm   and   just    a    little  blind,  he  went  too far  in  more  than  one sense.    Instead of keeping up the  suits that, lea fo the box, he mounted )  tho3e that led to the bench.   Said   the 1  judge, gjod huuiorealy: ���������        !  "Ia it a judge you want  to be,  my !  good man?" f  ������������������.m, sure, your honor," was the reply, "I'm an ould man now, and u.eb-  b   it's all I m tit feu*."  The judje had no ready retort,���������Tit-  Bits.  Minard's  Liniment Cure" Colds, etc.  A lady returned from the country to  find her tow-ii garden denuded oi all  bulbs and plants, and a few months  later a very worthy old woman told  the lady's former housemaid that she  hid taken the flowets.  "People was beginning to steal 'em,  my dear, and I felt sure your missus  would rather they was took respectable."���������Nursing  Times  Roof your Buildings with "EASTLAKE"  Metallic Shingles  Mad a in Canada 21 years  Warranted made of better material, more accurately and scientifically constructed, will last  longer and cost less for labor in applying than any other metal shingles.  RUST, ORE, LIGHTNING AND STORM PROOF  We are manufacturers of all reliable kinds of Sheet Metal Building Materials No  cheap trash. Careful, thorough and prompt attention to all enquiries. Prompt shipment and  right prices.   Catalogue upon request   Write for prices.  The METALLIC ROOFING CO. OF CANADA, Limited  TORONTO AND WINNIPEG  \  Western Canada Factory, 797 Notre Dame Ave., Winnipeg. Head Office. Toronto.  Saves time, because it  makes ironing easier.  Saves linen, because it  gives a better gloss with  half the iron-rubbing.  Saves bother, because It  needs no cooking,.. just  cold water. And it  ESft   CAN'T stick.     Buy it  ������>3kV<2Sby name*  Cittiman���������Look here, sir, didn't you  warrant the horse vou sold me yesterday to" be without a -fault 1     ,  David  Harum���������Yes;  ain't  he?  Cittiman���������No,' sir, he is not: he interferes.  David Harum���������Wai, I don't see as  you" hev any reason fur complainin'  about that. He don't interfere with  anybody but himself, does he?���������Lij>-  pijcott a. ..-  In its initial stages a cold is a local  ailment easily dealt with.    But   many  neglect it and the result hi often the  ��������� development  of  distressing  seizures  ui  j the bronchial    tubes    and   lungs   that  i render life miserable for the  uuon.,.-.-  I victim.    As a first aid there is nothing  Lin the handy medicine line so certain  ' in    curative    results  aa Bickle's Anti-  Consumptive Syrup the far-tamed remedy for  colds  and coughs.  "There's one thing I will say," remarked Mr. Millions, "and that is that  my daughter, Arabella, has a fine disposition."  "Indeed!"  , "Yes,  sir.    The way   she can listen  for hours to her own playing   on   the  violin   shows   remarkable  self-control."  ���������Tit-Bits.  Count Itagaki, a Japanese nobleman,  proposes  tne  abolition  of the  nobility  I in that country.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  An important conference was held  at the White House at which the railroad situation cenerally was discussed.  "look into this  roofing question  Get book on  "Roofing  Right" and  see how little  risk you take  when you  roof any  building with  ft  Vttolnard's llnlmant Cures Garget  Ir  '' Cows.  AN EVEN BREAK  There was oneo a sporting parson ai  Bastington,  a  plaoe  on    the    iMig sh  ���������coast   which   was   a   favorite   landing  ���������nlaee   for    woodcocks at the time oi  ���������their Immigration  to England.    When  "tho -birds  arrived,  exhausted  by  then  MncB   flight,   everybody in the pnrisli.  ���������inoTiullng  the  parson,  at  once turner!  out to join in the uport   of   knopklnp  them down with sticks,    One   Sunday  ths  people   wore   In   Hum-ii.   nnd   fh*  parson in Iho pulpit, when the oh avoir  *loor   was    cautiously    opened,  and  ������  head  anpenrod   with  a  beckoning   in  wr.    "Well,  what  is   It?"  asked   the  -parson.    "Cooks   is   oooml"    The   jmv  son hurriedly shut up his sprimm vaw  "Shut tho door and lock it," he oricii  irt the olork.    "Keep   the   people    i>'  fihuroh'tlll I've   Rot   my svlpllec oft  Lot's all havo a full* chance.  CRYING BABIE8  "llahles do not cry for tho fun of It.  nor Is it always because thoy an  think. Nine times out of ton baby *-  hunixrv. as so many young mother*  ory Indicates that his little stomach  in out of orilor. Mothers will find  Instant relief for their suffering Iim.*  one* In Baby's Own Tablets. A few  doses will euro the most obstinate  cases of constllintlnn, Indict Inn or  vomltlnff, nm! a Tablet givon now  nnd then to tho well child will keep  tt vrell Mrs. Mnry Pollock, (lawns,  Ont,, aaya; . "liaiiy'H own Jfi'*i"  ���������.iV'U boon a wvai i-u-ni ) ��������� m:' VfiV  "Thoy have mndo hlm happy, penreful  rand contented, whon before ho usod������|  co cry all tho time. I have more torn-  fort with him since giving him the  Tablets  thnn I ever hnd before.    TT"  110'*'    fc������l������   ttOO   it.**},.-,   ��������� ��������������������������� ������    ..������������������'-,.������������������      ..������������������  1 do my work. What grantor prnNr  can I give Ttnby's Own Tablets," F������r  sale nt druggists or by mull nt 25  oonts n box from The Dr. Wllllnm*  Medicine Co., Brottkvlllo, Ont. '  Miss  Peiiprey���������No,    ho   didn't    llkr  yuiir i-ycbiiiA.i. Hi* ������'������M th' y v.u">> tr  hhek.  .Miis r.-iiut'T rii" idrt*i'  llm reppny���������However, I iiMurH  him they were not as black at th������>  were  |*"inte*l.���������Philadelphia  Inquirer.  "OSHAWA  GALVANIZED STEEL  SHINGLES  Soldunder a plain GUARANTEE  ��������� that keeps your roof good for 25  lyearu.   With decent care, an Oshawa-  IShingled roof will last a CENTURY.  Easy To Put On  With a hammer and a snips  (tinners' shears,'  anybody can  put Oshawa,  Shingles on,  perfectly.  Locked on  all four  sides���������see  the side lock?  It drains the  shingles so that  water can't seep  under.   Top lock  (see below) makes  whole roof practically one piece and  sheds water quick.  Made in one grade  only���������28-guage semi-toughened steel J  double-galvanized  (saves  painting).!  Crown Prince Gustavus of Sweden  has had his private stables cut off to  correct a deficit of $125,000 in his pri  vate  budget.  r.  That Cough  makes your life a burden.  Ano^elihiment  ^   -  dropped on nigu will con It, snd euro m  well colds, onuapt and all throat troublM.  For Internal as much as (or External uie.  25c., thro times aa much lOo. All dealers.  ,L B. JOBaSOK A CO., Boston, Mau.  $200.00 IN CASH  AND NUMBERS OF  VALUABLE PREMIUMS  GIVEN AWAY FREE  Not One Cent of Your Money Required.     Read Carefully if You Wish  to Earn Part of the Above Amount.  Can you arrange the sets of mixed letters below, into the names of six welt known wild ani.  mall; if so you can share in the distribution of the above Prize: Try : It is no easy task, but  by patience and perseverance you can probably find three or four. It means money to you to  do so.  To the person who finds the largest number of names, we will give the sum of One Hundred  Dollars ($100.00) in Cash. To the person who finds the second largest number we will give the  sum of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) in Cash. To the person who finds the third largest number we  will give the sum of Thirty Dollars ($30.00) in Cash. To theperson who finds the fourth largest  number we will give the sum of Twenty Dollars ($20.00) in Cash. Should two persons send in  equally correct answers for the first prize, the fiist two prizes will be equally divided between  them, each receiving the sum of Seventy-Five Dollars ($75.00}, Should-three persons send in  equally correct answers the fim three prizes will be equally divided between them, each recerr-���������  in the sum of Sixty Dollars ($60 00). Should four persons send i n equally correct answers the  whole sum of Two Hundred Dollars ($200.00)will be equally divided between them (each receiving Fifty Dollars ($50.00). And so on in like proportions. In order to help you a little we  have put a mark under the first letter of each name.  NO.1  -l-N-O-L-       -  No. a  R E A B      -  No. 3  OFLW  NO. 4  \ Q R EX  No. 8  UFLFAOB  11'        *  n.e  XOF_  WC BO NOT WANT ANY Or YOUR MONEY I  We mean exactly what we'aay. We do not require you to tend us any of your money There  it only one simple c< iidition attached to this Competition (which is not tosend us any of your  moaett. When we receive your reply we will write you. explaining what the simple condition  ia. Wyou can find ANV of the names wtlte to������Uy. ENCLOSING STAMP FOR OUR  REPLY, * CanadlM Medldna Co.,     Montreal  W.    N.    U.    NO...M2.  Wind - water -and ��������� f i r e-  PROOF. Keep buildings  safe from  Lightning*  Cost only  4.50 a  square (10  ft x 10 ft)  Send for hook-  et and learn  how little a RIGHT  roof coats.  Addresi  Tlie PEDLAR  Of Oshawa  rMo nt rail  ttl-SGrftlffSbW,  Teronl������  AirOolboraaBt.  "Wlnnlptf  11   TMI Lombard St.  Authorized Capital $1,000,000.  Ontario=Quebec  8hares, Par Value, $1.00 Each.  Go.  LIMITED.  MERGER OF FOUR VALUABLE  PROPERTIES.���������113J Aopm In the Famous Bucko Township, and  20 Acres In rich Color-nan.  HEAD OFFICE   ���������       -TORONTO. .,,..:  DIRECTOR8.  F. X. DUPUI8, Q.C., M.P Montreal, Que,    GEORGE 8, MAY, M.P.P Ottawa, Ont,  L. J. LABR038E, M.P.P 8t. Eugene, Ont.   JAS. E. DAY, Barrister, Solioitor, eto ...Toronto, Ont,  GODFREY   LANGLOI8,   M.P.P Montreal,  Que.    D.  MoAVOY,  K.C    ...  Valleyfield, Que  Solicitors-DAY A FERGU80N, 34 Victoria 8t, Toronto. Flsoal Agents���������GORMALY, TILT & CO., 36 King St.  E.  Toronto.     Working  Headquarters���������HAILEYBURY, COBALT, ONT.  Transfer A(jents/ THE TRU8T8 A GUARANTEE CO. Toronto, Ont.  and  Registrars \ THE 8ECURITY REGISTRAR A TRANSFER AGENCY, 68 Broadway, New York City.  DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTIES.    1���������The 8.-W. 1.4, of the N.1-2, Lot 5, Con. 4, Buoke Township,, 36J aores,      2���������The 8.-E. 1-4, of the N. 1-2, Lot  5, Con. 4, Buoke Tp., 37 aores,      3���������The N.-E. 1-4. of the N. 1*2, Lot 8, Con. 2, Buoke Tp., 40 aores.  4���������The W. 1-2, of the N.-W. 1-4, of the N, 1-2, Lot 25, Con. 4, Coleman Tp,, 20 aores.  Since the rich sU1ke tho Directors have decided on selling only 200,000 shares. The first shipment will bo  made In about 00 days and the amount that will be realised therefrom and the stock sold up to that timo will  ho tiuftlclont for all development purposes, The balance of the stock will remain In the treasury Insurlag  larger dividends on small amount of stook Issued.  STOCK STILL OFFERED AT PAR  One Dollar ter share. The rich strike on property No, 1 continues to Improve and the vein has grown  larger, The vein since the first assay published ($2,732.60 per ton) has shown higher values during tho last taw  days, Report Just recolved from Superintendent shows that the ore recetved from property No, 2 promises to  assay as well as our rich strike on claim No, t.  We have a most excellent proposition worthy of your investigation. We do not want you to wire us your  money, nor Uo we want you to send us your subscription until after the most thorough Investigation. Spaoo is  too oostly In an announcement of this sort to give full explanations. Wo want you to purchase all tho stock  that you can oomictonttously carry but not until you have satisfied yourself what ��������� good proposition we have,  The stoek is pryr.ble In four equal monthly payments nnd our guarantee given below fully protects you.  Otti w ���������  (28 Basses St  lent.**.  0t Dnndu St. ���������>  Vancouver  111 Pealer Si  To every applicant for shares to buy baok their stook at pries purohssed from us any time within thirty  -l*ye ii ui# piouoNiUun ou luvc*li#uUuu   aoca i������ul p.*,* tw tc exactly &3 rcprcsuiio.1.   7,MU u- UJa> iui luii  Information! mnn*. eeptee of i������������fty������, ������tn.   This le an unparetalled opportunity.  GORMALY, TILT & CO.  MEMBERS STANDARD 8TOCK EXCHANGE, TORONTO, CANADA,  ESTABLISHED 1802,  ti  PAGE  THE   PAGE  WIRE   FENCE   OO  jipeO.  Tbtf  em heavy  T*  fclMIYftO,  BEST  pi  t*l   \mmttm9r*MmtXm*Om<Lr^^  W9**t*J99*HmUm Teyeemlma M������atMwl# *%* Joha. WUmUim^ ' jlv  I'l'^t'tp.g^ge^t^)?,*/*: ii'A  it  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  The Practical Application oi the Stenographer's Knowledge  v.  HOW TO ACHIEVE THE GREATEST RESULTS IN THIS BRANCH OF WOMAN'S INDUSTRY  By Cynthia Westover Alden  Copyright. 1805. by A. S. Barnes & Co.  NOW a word as to the different  sources of employment when  you have learned your profession. Business Arms employ perhaps four-fifths of all who are employed.  The age of the typewriter has come  upon us almost stealthily, so that it is  bad form to send out letters in somebody's doubtful handwriting. The man<  or the firm that does it is set down at  once by its correspondent as either very  eccentric or very hard-up. No matter  which may be the supposition, it is  one that repels trade. Therefore, in a  general way, it may be said that lf you  know of any business house that has no  typewriter at work for it, there is a  chance that you may be afforded a Job  there, if you can make terms with the  management.  I need not dwell on the necessity of  accuracy in such work. Remember  that every letter is a contract if it  quotes prices or promises anything; that  your employer can be held in a court of  law to the performance of what your  typewriter makes him promise to perform. If he dictates to you, "our price  for such and such silk is 75 cents a  yard,*' and you write out the letter  T1.2&,": and he signs it without reading  too carefully, the receiver may answer,  "Ship me 1000 yards of such and such a  silk at quoted price," the silk may be  shipped, and ho court will compel the  buyer to pay more than was asked. The  loss will be $400 from that one error.  It  might be ten times as much If tbe figures were multiplied. And there are recorded cases where 14000 or $5000 has  been the penalty for just as simple a  slip. *....-���������.'���������.:���������.  I know the reader will pardon me for  going into the concrete in this way. It  is ao much easier to grasp than abstractions. It is meant only to impress you,  wnen you havo once got a business  place, with the idea that on your accuracy great interests may hinge. There  are one or two other suggestions which  I "want to make about this sort of a  place as stenographer and typewriter.  General Usefulness  The work of taking and writing out  letters will not use up all your time.  You will probably be asked to do thinps  about the office, to assist in other ways  between times. A man would certainly  bave even more of such demands if he  were in your place. Remember that.  And don't do what is asked of you as  if it were a favor, as if you were being  imposed upon. Do it always as a mat-,  ter of course. The more you know about  thc way that business is rton the more  likely you will be to keep your job and  have your wages increased. There is no  instance that I know of where any  woman in your place has ever got more  than $15, except as a reward for this  sort of interest in the employer's business. There's a deop lesson in that statement of fact. Read it over again. It  will bear repeating.  Clergymen, lecturers, authors and  newspaper editors have use for stenog  raphers. The man who has prepared  the thought of a sermon finds a great  relief in being able to dictate the verbal  crystallization of that thought to some  one else, and having it come back to  him in cold, legible typewritten form.  He will demand a lot of patience from  the stenographer. He will order a sentence stricken out; he will partially reconstruct another; he will change an  adjective every now and then, and,  worst of all. he ls likely to make so  many changes when he sees what he  has said, that the matter has to be all  rewritten. Never mind. That is what  you are there for. He must use your  services in his own way.  You will find the same annoyances in  working for an author or lecturer. In  all three phases of the occupation you  will also find your hours subject to the  whim or mood of the employer. There  will be less of this in what an editor  will ask of you. General information is  of great assistance here, and a knowledge of reference books, where vou can  find what you never knew, or what has  slipped your memory, is invaluable. You  write the sound, but your copv must  contain only words of the English language, and name3 or mythological references often compel the oldest hand to  have recourse to the cyclopedia.  Law Stenography.  Another and even larger field ls law  stenography. This does not call for  quits as much general information as  the branches just considered, but It is  like business stenography   in   insisting  on accuracy, and for the same reason,  that errors are costly. Deeds, wills, papers in summons and complaint, and important contracts are copied in law offices. Thousands of dollars may depend  on correctness, even in punctuation.  The strain is great on any one who  realizes this, and one who doesn't is  worthless. But arguments for the court,  or pleas for jury, are often to be dictated, and tn������.-ir scope covers a wido  range of human information, lt is not  wise to interrupt, the dictator. You  must depend on yourself, even where  the language used is technical nnd you  feel that you are walking amid pitfalls.  Thc reward is that you get good wages  fcooner thun almost anywhere else, and  that you can quickly make (yourself  nearly indispensable, for there are not  many good law stenographers in the  business. 1(  When Fitted.  Court stenography is a different thing.  I know of no case where this is done  in a court of record, by a woman. The  positions are public ones, their salaries  are fixed by statute, and they ere filled,  more or lc-ss, by political influence.  When you think yourself fairly fitted  to do ordinary work, that is, when you  have attained a real speed of 120 words  a minute, can write out notes correctly,  and can manipulate the keys*of a typewriting machine readily and effectively,*  you will hunt for a place. If you are  in a large city.you will do well to advertise, understating rather than overstating your qualifications. You should also  answer advertisements, never gettlngr  discouraged at a. failure. You will locate somewhere, if you have patience.  But even in a village there are possibilities.    Suppose  there  are  ten  or a.  doeen  small  merchants  In  town,   and  not one of them has ever sent out typewritten  letters.    Each  one-would  likei  to, if he could afford to employ a stenographer.   You may be able by dividing; your time, to handle the small cot-  respondent of half a dozen of thee*, to*  make it  inexpensive for each,  and to-  give every one tho advantage of havine  his letters legible and businesslike.   In  th* same way,    the   local   clergymen*,  might   be   available on a combination  In concluding this instalment let rare*  recapitulate some of the inexorable demands of the proiession us mentioned.  above.  First���������Good spelling.  Second���������Knowledge of English gran������~-  m^r.  Third���������A speed of 120 words a minute?.  with readable notes?.  Fourth-Practical familiarity with th**:  typewriter.  Fifth ��������� Fairlv good general informa--  tion.  Sixth���������Conscience that makes an error-  almost a crime.  Sovsnth���������Personal dignity in your relations wlti men or women as employer.*  or fellow- workoi-s. r  If you have all these, you will succeed in making a j,-ood living at the  trying occupation of a stenographer and  typewriter,  DETECTING IMITATIONS - HINTS FOR THE AMATEUR  \  i  *"T������HE detecting of Imitations in various goods is an art that would  stand any woman in good stead���������  or a man, for that matter. In  fact, merely as a matter of general information, it is a valuable asset whenever one has not the integrity of some  established house or person to depend  upon for judgment.  Speaking first of the diamond, the expert's* eye, without applying any tests,  will tell at once the genuineness of a  stone. A real diamond is opaque; you  cannot See through it at all. Whereas  the imitation is largely transparent, or,  at the best, translucent. Moreover, the  real diamond is an absolutely perfect  reflector; Umt is, whatever the light may  be that it is in, it reflects truthfully,-  and that with perfect brilliancy. So  that daylight is the best in which to  test the stone, for even in that pure,  searching light, the diamond reflects the  white, clear rays. An imitation, under  $u'ch circumstances, has what the expert calls a "dead centre"; there is po  brilliancy nor fire; it is dead.  It may be   remembered���������that-imitation���������stones���������are-  alwavs exhibited in a room brMliantly  illuminated with ailificial light, to lend  all brilliancy, possible. In honest daylight the diamond can bear tho scrutiny  of an eye; though, of course, it ia  specially brilliant when under a number  of light sources, such as the myriad  lights of a theatre or the dancing rays  cast from above by the leaves of trees.  One crude test of a diamond is the  file. It makes no impression whatever  upon the real stone. Many clever  "fakes" will demonstrate ostentatiously  upon an imitation, seeking to prove by  vuo file test;that It ls the real article.  They heat the (lie, thus taking the tem-  , pering out of the steel, so that lt cannot  '.    affect tho imitation.  -A perfectly cut diamond has fifty-  eight faces, or l'ncets (the planes), which  number is tho best for brilliancy. Also,  two-thirds of the stone's height should  be under the girdle (the circular edge)  or belt, and one-third abovo, Many  people experience an uncomfortable surprise when a stone breaks or chips. This  coats no reflection whatever upon its  genuineness, It is only an unfortunate  circumstance, The diamond has a grain,  or certain weak spot, which, with perhaps the slightest touch and at the  most unexpected moment, will part it or  chip it, when, under ordinary circumstances, it could be pounded all day  with a steel hammer and come out tip-  harmed,   i ���������*.'.. ;���������.;. ���������;,  The best test for a sapphire is to hold  it up to the light, with the lower point  toward the eye. If it is an imitation, a  red circle appears around the girdle.   In  , a ruby the same test may be applied,  with the opposite result; a blue^cirele  appears; if it is an imitation. In tesrt-  ing an emerald, the imitation presents a  brownish red circle. The file test also  may be used here; One means, which,  however, is not reliable in every ease, is  to seek an imperfection in an emerald.  Nearly all the real stones have then-.;  it is next to impossible to obtain an absolutely perfect emerald. -The French  imitations are specially good, for they  are careful to have the imperfections.  So, should you find a perfect stone, it is  either a cheap imitation or a gem of almost priceless value.   Rather ,_an_amus-  ���������ing-situation!"~ "   ��������� "���������  ��������� ".... -  Perhaps the most interesting jewels  are the so-called limestones���������the opal,  the turquoise, for example, lt may be  i omembtred that the opal is softer and  more brilliant in damp, warm weather.  This is due to the limelike qualities of  its elements; it absorbs moisture and Is  affected by heal, which conditions add  noticeably to Its brilliance. It is soft  and brittle, and acts very like a plant;  when kept dry nnd cold, its llf.3 seems to  droop and ^-ither, and its fire grows  dim: and yet it responds instantly to  ���������warmth and moisture, glowing with indescribable beams. The turquoise acts  the samo way, though in its "live" moments, it is a rich, pure blue.  6l������7er Mexican'Trick  An interesting oxomple of this trait of  the opal is seen among the ^Mexicans.  On the border of the country the natives  in possession of stones cluster about the  points where travelers enter and besiege  them to', buy the gems.   They claim to  have smuggled them, and so sen them  % cheaply. ������ However, they are not above  ~ resorting to a fly  trick to raise  tho  price on the spot.    One   has button-  .   ,,.���������-���������  ������,V    -wot, .��������� mmm-,mm-*>*.m ,*���������������.-<������. m*** -". ~  holed a traveler, or, perhaps, is entertaining a party with his toft, glib-  tongued persuasions. He whisks a jewel  from his mouth, and, presumably to remove the moisture, vigorously rubs it on  his coat for' a few seconds. There you  a;e���������moi&ture and heat (by the rubbing),  and before the interested traveler is a  precious stone, aglow wnh beautiful fire  and soft, myriad-colored lights. Jf he is  a sensible man, he buys and chuckles  about his bargain. However, a little  later on he is not a little puzzled at the  way that opal acts.  Metals and Shells .  Coming now tn precious metals, gold,  of course, \ mnot be Imitated, except in  platings and. iomposllions of brass. The  unfailing test is the use of muriatic or  nitric acid. In the first place, "virgin"  gold, as it is taken from the earth, is  rated a? "24 karat"���������absolutely pure.  The ancMttt artists of India us: about a  22-lguat gt Id. However, this is considered if"* Western world too soft for  practl-_;_ ^j^^s,_and_the_Yirgin,gold is_  alloye* lne percentage'of the alloy,  (copp-*    for red gold, silver for yellow.)  ���������l'V gives firmness iind strength to tho  gold without robbing it of Its beautiful  color.  When acid is applied to 24-karat gold  (virgin gold) it has absolutely no euect  upon it. So, according to the amount  of alloy will the add create a disturbance. In the presence of much alloy the  acid makes a brown stain, and on down,  proportionately, in deepening shades to  red. When applied to brass, there is a  green stain, with bubbles���������n sort of- effervescence. The only test for "gold-  filled" articles is to cut them in half, or  by ..weighing them. Gold-filled means  two sheets of gold, with a layer of composition between, usually of copper and,  sliver. This method is popular for  watchcases and pins.  To the Inexperienced, tortoise shell  may seem to baflle all efforts to "tell  which is which," But it is not eo. Of  course, the expert can tell -almost in-  'stantly; but the amateur, with care and  strict attention, can noon detect an Imi  tation. Appearance, touch nnd smell  are the clues. The practical observer  will notice as he looks at the shell from  each, side that the brown and yellow  markings go through sharply, with no  tapering. The mottled effect is copied  with chemicals applied to the horn,  while heated rollers and pressure send  pigments through celluloid, but in  neither case does art equal in delicate  beauty the. work of nature in producing  the shells. There is a clean, pleasant  feeling to shell that is not found in the  imitations. The horn and bone combs  are likely to have a clammy feeling to  the touch or a suggestion ot grease.  This feature is scmetimes noticeable to  the eye."���������  There.isa popular method of using the  smell test.   Rub the shell vigorously on  a piece of cloth or the hand till warm;  if it is imitation, it will smell of cam-  ' phor.   The heat brings out the odor.  "Tortoise shell does not yield to heat  below the boiling point. Hold a comb,  and if the heat of your hand so alfttts  -the-t'eeth-tha-t-you-can -bend- them-easi!y-  to other shapes, you have celluloid or  some other material. Shell is almost as  elastic as a Damascan blade." Another  point' to note is that the teeth of imitation combs are always more or less  curved, while the real shell. teeth ure  straight, yet comfortable and firm in  tho hair. The chisels in the machine  that cuts out the teeth are set at an  angle so that -they make wedge-shaped  incisions, the sharp ends of the teeth in  one comb coming from the roots of adjacent teeth, in another comb, thus  avoiding- vyaste.  A word here about the care of -real  shell combs mlefht be timely. There ia  more, or less electricity and oil in tho  hair; so.Khe combs should be wiped carefully at night after being removed from  the hair. Use a soft, dry rag, and the  ���������combs-will retain their inimitable cleah,  polished appearance. : .  .It is a simple matter to tell real Ivory.  The camphor test may be applied here,.  too, but the facts that ivory has a  perceptible grain, is a rifib, pure cream  color, is heavier than 'any;, imitation,  *}ake enough information to- protect a  buyer in search of the real article,  Intra form another commodity that is  w*Jely imitated. Summing the matter-  up, they ere either' very excellently Imitated or very badly; in the latter case*  ho novice needs any "tips." And the  good imitations are at the mercy oC  only the expert's eye; it As difficult to,  mention any special point. But it is the-,  in-between imitations that may be spok--  en of-, Coney is,a fairly good imitation  of ermine';" but* the hair, longer, larks-  the fine, silky qualities, and easily'  "roughs." Black tips are sewed on to-  imitate the tails. Electric seal, the imitation of sealskin, has a longer, blacker.,  coarser hair than the real skin, though,  sometimes the real skin is dyed black.  The imitation mole skin is dyed musk  rat. But it has not the soft, silvery-  shades of the real skin, and is less silky.  There are imitations galore of every~  . thing; but, perhaps, these few suggestions in regard to the most valuable of*  life's commodities will help when ones  goes shopping about the world.  '*-���������������  ADVICE TO CORRESPONDENTS BY IRS. HENRY SYMES  To Clear the Complexion  MARGUERITE-I cannot express an  opinion upon the tablets you mention, since I know nothing of  them, for or against. I advise you to try  the remedy as published In this department, since It has benefited so  many of my correspondents, Tako  the formula to a thoroughly reliable  druggist, and he will prepare It for  you,  Try this method of clearing your  complexion:  Rub the face ovor, just before washing It, with two toanpoonfuls of (lowers of sulphur mixed in half a pint  of new milk. This mlxturo should  intend at least fifteen minutes before  using.  I  have  several recipes  to  lighten  hair,  but the ono  you  quote  Is aB  ...     good as any. If you are troubled with  dandruff,  try tho remedy suggested  to "Mrs. C, B, C,"  Stubborn Freckles  Kindly give me a prescription for frock-  i of very long stnnalng.   Thoy .are half  alcohol or warm vinegar.  Here is the skin food you ask for:  Skin Food.  . Whlto wax, 1 ounce; spermaceti, 1 ounce:  lanolin, C ounce*; cocoanut oil, i ounces;  orange-flower water, 2 ounces) oil of sweet  almondi, 4 ounces: tlnctura of bencoin, so  drops, Melt the tint five ingredients together, Take, oft the fire and beat until  nearly oo d, adding, little by little, the ben-  soin and lastly orange-flower water,  i*l <  way  up my arms and all over m  JTu.  Whitening Paste for Preokles and  Brown Spot*.  ���������alioylle aold. 80 irelnsi bay rum, 4  ounces,  Applv ttttht and morn Ins with a soft oloth  or smmte.TTtlg lot on soon Produoes a slight  roughness of the skin, which should be subdued by the use of glycerine or starch,  To Increase Height  " Will you kindly answer these questions T  I am 18 years old and am about four (vet  ���������Is Inches ���������������&... How am I to trow Just a  little more? What exerolsa eouffl T do that  >.v^;u -A,, ,���������, lu uiyif, imnvi i tiom can i  rtdUM my Mra ant! lets, ae T hav* vory  J������i*(i wiki; \\li*i JtinJ of cream should 1  use for my face? It is very rougn nnd has  small pits In it V. P.  I have heard of methods to Increase  one's height, but I nm not at all familiar with them. In suoh a, case, I can  only advise you to so to a specialist, T  ki������wja b������iow swum txeroisea to reduce  hips and legs.  To Beduce tbt Sipi.  Place hand* on the hips, shoulders well  baok.   The lea U raised; w th knee (lied.  Then, nfter a Tilth, quick side kick, bring  , thefoot back a������nin lo the floer,    This is  to be repeated eeverii) timet,  To rHInee the |#������ I would suggest  that you walk as Ittfo ������s possible (taking other exercises, however), and  latho your litga fitouently with clear  fA  harassed or uermlti her nerves to get the  better of her. *  Dashing very cold water oh the face  and neck several times daily,.and then  rubbing briskly, does much to make  the skin firm, Massage your face and  neck with this skin food:  Cream of Sweet Oranges.  (A Skin Food.)    ���������  Two ounces sweet oil of almonds,  Two ounooB ornnge-flower water.  Two drama white wan,  One dram oil of eweet orange.  Two drams spermaceti,  Half fill; a saucepan with boiling water.  Stand a jam Jar In this,   Bhrod tho wax  and  spermaceti Into the lar.   Let It die-  solve.* Heat almond oil and add to the was.  Heat JranKe-ilower water: add It half a tea-  spoonful at ft time, stirring   the   mixture  oulckly.   Lift the Jar out of the saucepan.  Bent mlxturo with the whisk.    neHt ami  add oil of sweet orange,   Whisk cream until  It Is cold,   l'ut in pots and .cover with  parchment,  To Relieve a Red Nose  You had a recipe in the paper nbout sis  months, ago for something to whiten the  nose. I have been bothered with a red nose  for same time, otherwise I nm In perfect  henlth. j. H. H,  A red noso Is usually caused by indigestion. You should be exceedingly  careful os to whnt ynu eat, and how  you, eat It,   Froeh, tender meets nre  Soodj fresh fish, also, nnd an nbun-  unco of vegetables and fruit. Fried  foods, highly nonsoned dishes and  sweets nro all mischief matters, Avoid  them, Drink plenty of pure, cool���������not  cold-water, Bight glasses per day Is  the least amount required, Drink the  water between monls, not with them.  Take n full bath from hend to heels  each twenty-four hours, Get plenty of  fresh air and exercise, and sleep In a  well ventilated riA-ni.  You might also npply local trpntmtmt  to jour now*, fry iiiutmiigijtg .vigorously  along the loading nerve of the nose at  each sldo, Use the tip of the finger,  start at the bottom and rub wp the nose  pn eaoh side, nnd then under tho eyebrows. Following tho nerve In this way  Is sure to relieve conaented clrrnlnjlnn  winch is often the secret of that unpleasant redness which comes to the  nose, if it ts extremely red, masinge  Iho temples nnd cheeks, also, using a  brisk, vigorous movement,  When treating a red nose, bo enreful  not to touch It with wnt<*r. Instead,  bnthe It night nnd morning with cream,  *    To Reduce the Bust ���������*>  ...n neih cin"n.m-d5-.o-Ji'Wem'tun, is"      ^'XW f*Am%* &Z%fe  Flabby Skin  ���������l am 40 years of age: am I too old tor  Vauoalre treatment? Would you kindly advise mo what to use to restore face and  nock to good condition, and how to use lt?  k I have lieon much atoutor, but owing to  trouble, now removed, lost twonty-flve  npunds, although my general health Is good.  My face ami nwik aro vory flabby, and the  ekln wrinkles with tho movomenia of the  hood! my throat, too, Is in n similar condition,  Ityou eeuldA tell me of some harmless  mathod to restore my akin to Its former  firmness, I would be very graloful imleed,  nnd would faithfully adhere to any advice  you might live. lire, n, g, n,  I nm sure the Vaucaire treatment  would have only benefit for you, You  need not bo afraid to try It,  As to your, skin and general appearance, try those gonoral rules:  To Gain Flesh Generally.  Absolute freedom from onre and anxiety,  At least ten hours' sleep out of every  twenty.four, In addition tn this, naps during tha day if possible, This sleep must  always be natural. Nothing Is so bad for  the aunearanoe and general health ns  sluitp induced by uiuulymm or narcotics in  any form. Tho diet should bo liberal and  should consist Inrgoly of food containing  &?/.!& BnJh ,������**r' Potatoes, fresh, sweet  SMttK' n?ilk'   cream",, fruits   cooked   and  nervnt with   mi(-nr,   '.'11   vfi;it,iU������  v���������),ui7i'  !&ff.ffi.raiV������lL,Ld m**r' ���������M M-corn, sweet  potatoes   benrm.   pcai'.   tuoCts ut llie  lime*-  r?nl and spaghetti kinds, flsh and oysters,  a/^Xm^I ,T,i.tml without pastry: Plenty  of outdoor life and a meliorate amount of  give me a recipe of something that will reduce the bust which will be iiarmlew.  Bathe the bust every day wl'th clear  alcohol or warm vinegar, Applications  of cold water also help to make it  firm.   Use the following pomade;  Pomade to Heduce the Bust.  Iodide of potassium, 3 grams; vaseline, SO  grams: lanolin, oo grams; tincture of benzoin, h) drotw, Make Into a pomade and tub  all ovor the fat partH .tjvlce a day, .  Unknown Formttfa  ELLA.���������I know nothing of this formula you speak of, so cannot recommend it to you, However, I cun assure you of tho efficacy nnd safety of  tho remedy made from the formula so  frequently published in this department.  The Shape of Her Nose  l would llko to know if there is any way  of chawrlnr* n nug noso to a straight, or, nt  least, to any other kind that does not turn  up, I am In my teens, nnd m think thnt  there Is a chance of changing the shapu of  there Is any tendency to dyspepsia or liver  trouble WW������ th������ fat wit j* A^Zu in Ji������e  part of the body and, falls Jn another a  fi2WJ.������ flffrffiiSJIlW. There is noth-  Ing better than bicycling, un ess it may be a  regular rymnnstlo oours*. Tn ordsr to pur-  mit to an examination ana Jake the exercises prescribed by the attendant physf  These gymnsslums, at moderate ptfees,  my none while It In still nor",   j nope yitu  eon give me somo < ncouragement, at least,  HUDgORlUEIt.  Much can bo done with the uliiux* of  the nose by personal effort, particularly  In youth. There are movements ami  manipulations by which the nhnpo of the  nose can be changed gradually, ll is  best, however, to get the advice of a  specialist nbout this mutter, fur It  would not bo well to adopt treatment  thnt was not exactly right.  Hair Grows Low on Neck  Your kindness to a fellow-sufferer gives  me hnpo ttint von mev ho nhtr- ir, yr-*r> no  My titur mm,grown down on my neck so  far on either *lili������ In th������ VnrV thnt ti r, 'lar  ww annoying, so I used a depilatory, ai.il  now It In so bad 1 am jwhajmd ty nu out  anywhere, Have used ammonia and perox.  Ide for ������lx month* wtthmt any ������\i������<**, so  will you r>l������we tell tm of something eW  as I am almost in despair? Mra. O.  If the mothods you speak of havo so  '.������������������!��������� heen ur.yuvv'vWal, i udvisu ywu to  consult a specialist nt once.  be found In  try.    when*  ���������slclan,  may  alio*  a town of any slse In the enun-  :-.������ -���������- the development I* meagre In  Ihe upper part of the body, swimming Is  also an excellent exercise,   WaTklng Ps ������l-  whj'h wliglvmiiiif, The patient who wisher to  The Vaucaire Formula  W|l| vou kindly tniyiWt the prescription ot  r, yaucalre's remedy to un Urge the husti  so directions how to use it? J, C.  Dr, Vaucnire's Remedy for tho Bust.  ���������*!8}!ai.!J,'nci.t ������t f*hi\. 'watsros), 10  ���������rains; laoto phosphate of lime, in gramit  tlnrture of f������<nni>l, io i^nln*; elmpli. ryrup,  4uo grame,  The dose Is. two soup������pc*nfula with wai*r  Wore eaoh meal.  Recipes Originated by  Marion Harland ^  A "Starter" for Bread.  tiT^BWi  'Young   Housekeeper   ot  I     19'   to  get  a cake  of  yeast  ���������-1-   foam and dissolve it in half a  cup of warm water.    Have  ready a.  quart of warm water in which potatoes have been boiled, mix into it tha  ' dissolved yeast, add half a cupful ot  sugar and let the compound rise un-  ' til it is light. It will foam high, look--  ing like soap suds. It is then ready-  for. use, Save a little for the next,  baking, adding more sugar and potato water. I have this 'starter' made*  three years ago, and it, is good still.  , * ".I sot it at noon, and at bed time I!  mix the bread, lt is beautifully light  by morning, In summer- I uso coldt  water    for    mixing " bread,    'Yountt  ' Housekeeper of 19' may write me It  she would like to know moro of the^  'fltfi.rt������r'  "Mrs. F, B," (West Falls, N. Y.\   j  ( Kidneys a la Creole. ,  i (A West Indian recipe.)  Wash and skin lamb kidneys, drjf-  \hem nnd leave on ice, With a sharp*  ;nifo cut Into neat dice two small on-.  one, a carrot, a green pepper thnt ha*-,  jeen scalded and allowed to,cool, anat  a Arm large tomato, Heat to a bubble*  a great spoonful of butter In a frying pan, odd the minced vegetables and"  cook for five minutes after the content*  begin to boil anew. Then add a tart  npple cut into dice, nenfion with salt,  paprika, ond a tablespoonful (scant) of  curry powder. Stir Into a cupful of'  good stock a tflbicsnoonful of browne*  flour and cook together, stirring to pro-  vent lumping until tho stock thicken**  If you hnve no stock, use hot water..  When you have done this, cut tho kidneys into amnll pieces, fry for threer  mlnutos in hot butter, and add to th������  heated vegetables. Uo|| up once, add  tho thickened stock and simmer all to*  gethor live mlnuteg before serving.  Mrs Bundle, (Alexandria, Virginia,)  Stuffed Pepperi.  Out the Peppem In half, remove thi1  seeds with care, not touching tho side*  with them, nnd lay the halved shells in  boiling water. Lot v������em get cold In th*  wntor, thun drain dry and set on lea  until you nro ready to eoolt them.  They should be firm nnd In good shape.  Stuff each half with n well-seasoned  mince of cold chicken or lumb, mndo  *<>h with Rravy una mixed with one-  third ns much boiled rice, or bread  crumbs, or cold cooked green corn, n*.  you have meat. Bound the forcemeat,  on top;' nrrange the shells In a bnke*  dish, pour a cupful or gravy about therm  nnd bnke, covered, for half an hour*,  then brown lightly.  Peppers stuffed with cold fish aroi*  nice, tux) may v������ry the recipe given-  above by filling them wllh green corn,  bulled, cut from the cob and seasoned  with buttor, popper nnd salt.  *hi, hmHv a ueiii'Uiuft vi'UviuoiM euir.e**  Codfish and Cheese Sauce.  Cut a. neat square or oblong of cooT*  flsh; lay in salt and water for half nn,  hour: wipe dry and rub nil over with,  melted butter and .lemon Juice.   In the  bottom  of vrtor tinttlnv  j������������������������������������������������������,.   r* )"r 'A.C  grating nnd just nnt touching the flsh*.  have a cupful of veal stock or wesjr  gravy, strained,   pepper and salt tb������i  flsh; cover and bake ten minutes to the  pound.   Tnko up then nnd n\tt dry, nn*  crumbs thickly all over II.  Put dots of  butter on these,   Bet in tho oven, un*  covered, to brown while you strain th*  grnvy from tn*������ pan.   Thicken with h'lt--  ter rolled in browned flour, ndd tho Juicfle  of half a lemon, four tntdenpoonfuis oti  grated  rurmesan Awt..,-  .oA u  imit>.  onion Juice. Boll one minute, pour ������ few?  spoonfuls carefully upon the flsh. th������  rest into a boat.  , iff *j:**\  *i������*._  '."���������!*"a  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Mrs. D.H Stewart and family |  have gone to reside in   Vancoti  ver.  Ou July* I2tli the local Orange  Lodge intend to visit New Westminster to celebrate their anniversary. An excursion is being  prepared.  The report that Albert Edwards, known among the boys  as "Big Ding" had met death  by accident while riding ou a  train, appears fortunately tor  that gentleman not to be true.  He is at Scranton, Pennsylvania,  alive and well. A letter was received from him a few days ago  by one of our citizens.  \  Rev. H. S, Hastings filled the  pulpit of the Methodist church on  Sunday for the first time.  Mrs. Mellado left on Friday  morning on an extended visit to  her daughter in Calgary.  After his long sickness Mr H.  Mitchell, his many friends will  be pleased to see, has once more  resumed his place beside the anvil. l . i  *^iS^^^^������^s������(^u^i^u������*i<>ii  C. H TARBELL  w.iis ms ���������mwct������������������s���������ns���������w*���������������������������������en  OMMHH|IBM>HnSMSIPtfSaBBHBKBWMnMwse  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And ail KITCHEN UTENSILS  1pnisni?nrGdods  '        and;  General Hardware  LIQUOR        LICENCE  NOTICES. ���������, ���������,.,.,.,...  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I intend to apply, at  the next sitting of the Licence  Board, Oity of Cumberland, for  a wholesale licence for beer and  liquors for my premises on Dims-..,  nitiir Avenue.  F. SCAVARDO.  Notice is hereby given that I  intend to apply at the next meeting of the Licence Commissioners  of the City of Cumberland for a  renewal of my liquor licence for  the Waverle^ Hotel situate on  Lot 2 Block 3, City of Cumberland.  R. Coe, Snr.  Notice is hereby given that I  intend to apply at tlie next" meet*?  inn of the Licenc Commissioners  Of the City of Cumberland for a  renewal of uiy wholesale liquor  licence for my premises on 2nd  Street, Lot 12' ��������� .Block 6.  John Marrochi,  Notice is hereby given, that at  the next sitting of the Licence  Commissioners of the .City of  Cumberland I intend to apply  for a renewal of my wholesale  liquor licence for my premises  situated    on   Dunsmuir    Ave.  Cumberland B.C.  V "   FRANK DALLAS  dHMMMSSI^MIi^MHH^^M^BnHi^^Mi^^gH  ^otipcJ|Jh*re^jgaYeiLihaLAL  'S  TUHN0VER8, TARTS,  CHEESE CAKES,  FRUIT SQUARES  per   doz.  25cts.   CREAK PUFFS.  80c doz.  MEAT PIES  Every Saturday  3 for 25c  ������������������MiasssflMBHasaaiitoaaMn^.M'iMaurfet'-MMMaNSMtoa  BAKERY  <���������>  <*>  v  <���������>  <*>  Mrs. Horbury, and her grand  daughter, Jittle Miss Charlotte  Jaynes, left on Friday on a visit  to Mrs, W. Anderson, Maple  Creek, Sask. They expect to  be gone for several months.  Mrs, Rutherford, who has  been visiting her brother, Mr.  Win. Ooundley, for the past few  days, returned home to Cumberland Tuesday night.���������Herald.  ���������:        " 0������������������-���������'  Mr. C. J. Moore, merchant of  Comox, ��������� accompanied by his  wife, arrived in town yesterday,  and this morning will leave on a  few months' visit to relatives in  Dutton, Ont.���������Herald.'  the next sitting of the Licence  Cpiumissioners of City of Cumberland I intend .to, apply . for a  renewal of my liquor licence for  the Cumberland Hotel, situated  on Lot 1 Block 6, Dunsmuir ave  Cumberland.  Diana Piket.  MrJ.B. Bennett, principal of  public school here for the past  ten years has decided to leave  Cumberland. Wc understood  Mr. Bennett will take charge of  North Vancouver school next  term.  Mr. Smith of Rutherford, Le-  Messieurs & Smith, Vancouver,  received a telegram on June 5th  from Mr. LeMcssicurs that work  on the V&Y road through the  Hastings townsito has begun.  The telegram was shown us by  Mr. Dobeson nn FM*W h"t.  Nptice is hereby given that I  intend to apply, at the next sitting of the Licence Commissers  for a renewal, of licence of the  New England Hotel, situated on  on Lot 3 and Block 3. Climber-  land.  Thos. Dwyer.  Cumberland. B C;June ist'07  Notice is hereby given tliat I  intend to apply, at the next sit.  ting of the Licei'ice Commissioners for a renewal of my liquor  licence for thc Vendome Hotel,  situated on Lot 5, Block 3, Cumberland. ������  C. Gamier.  ������������������*iws������wweaisifii���������iimwwswiiij������ii mmmmi���������ammemmkmmmme  P. PHILLIPS HARRISON  ..   -*.-���������., .    ���������  Barrister and Solicitor  ''.>,  aiid: ,  Notary Public  Conveyancing  Cumberlaiid    B/IL  SALE   OF PURE-  BRED CATTLE.  A Fine Opportunity  to Invest   Profitably.   it- '  Owing to the scarcity of labor  lam compelled to sell my herd  ol pure bred and high grade  dairy stock consisting of J*--  ^The^izeJBull, Tuasie .0^=NojEH?L  "bred by H. Bosnall, OhemAinus, B. 0.  1 Bull 3 years old, and 7 .head Of cowb  two yeara okland yearlings, ia lots to  suit purchasers.  also  1 No. 2 Combined Chufh nnd Butter  Worker.  1 50 Gallon Hand or Power Churn,  *������������������ 1 Mason Hand or Power Butter Worker./ ..m ,*     .  2 50 Gallon Boyd Cream Vate,  1 Bubcook 6 Bottle Teeter.  1 Turbine Cream Separator.  1 No. 3 Hand or Power Separator.  1 2% h. p. Eiigine aud Boiler.  These articles are as good as  new for use and will be sold at  a BIG REDUCTION from' cost.  BYRON CRAWFORD.  Courtenay, B.C.  irU  Mr. George Tarbell accompanied by Miss Tarbell returned last  week from California.   Mr Tarbell has graduated with   honors  from Leland Stanford.  The marriage took place at  Yale, B.C., on Tuesday evening  of Miss Lydia McDonald of Comox, aud sister of Mrs. Green-  shields of this city, to Mr. Fred  Richardson of Vancouver, trav-  ler for Ames Holden and Go.���������  Herald.  ftotico is hereby given that at a  special mooting the Liceneo Com-  mtaeioners to be held at Courtenay, B. 0. the date of which Mill  be published li days before thu  said meeting,I intend to apply for  a transfer of the liquor licence I  now iioui to noil liquors by rota'I  at the luvorside Hotel situated on  Lots 55 and 58, Courtenay, to Otto  H. Fochnor,  1 toted thtn 1Rth day nf Mny, 1007  MICHAEL PEREZ,  FOR SALE.  1 Horse,weighing about 1100.  1 Light Waggon.  1 Farm Waggon.  1 Cultivator,  i Plpw.  1 One Horse Mowing Machine  [new]  J, B. Bennett  Cumberland, B.C,  FOR HALE-Ono Mnro, Good Road--  iter. Appl) to George Bendnoll, Comox,  EC.  Makw vour wants  through comjmn8 0f  KNOWN  NBWS.  zmm$mim$m������mmwimw--m  m^mmtMmmm^ti-tmmr^-^na^imraaHmviimmH^ 1  m ^^^^mmmtm]l.-.\-.\\lOjg  5?.v*  ���������i**\*\  mi  m  'j&w  FurHacb.  DIRECT DRAFT ^  damper. There is no dust  nuisance in connection with the Sunshine.  Because the Sunshine is fitted with   ,  a dust flue (see illustration.)  When you rock down  ashes (no back-breaking ���������������������������r4V^<;\AwW'v"''" across  shaking with the Sun-    ^^t**0.^.^     the fire-pot to  |$| shine) what dust  arises is drawn  from the ash-  pan up the  ..-jr.-,.-. *m   ..;.-..,. - smoke-pipe,  ^&%$r^r   as shown in illustra-  '#j$:-0p'   tion, where it immediately  *&)' ascends to the outer air.  '���������"''        Only two things to remember  in connection with this operation :���������  open both the dust and direct draft  dampers.  Sunshine is just the cleanest, simplest, easiest managed, greatest labor  saving furnace that you can "buy  If your local dealer does not S0M  handle the " Sunshine" write  fevKSJI  direct to us for  t, i*i&*-"'m' '*{,:y-  il.f-m ���������  Free Booklet  ������������������*������������������ ��������� ������������������  rtlHilm..  :}.:\t-y.,  ;' ������������������'���������!>��������� 'A,  C. H. TARBELL  McCIaiy^  London. Toronto,  Montreal,   Winnipeg,   V������ncouv������r,  St, John, Hamilton, Calgary.  Sole Agent  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Capital. ������3,900,000  Reskrvk, 84,390,000  Assets,   845,400,000  Deposits, $32,400,000  The Manager of the Royal Bank of Canada (.   ivill-bepleased~t6TeTve''tlio8e  who   believe   in  Saving    Money  and placing it where it will earn Interest.  Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.*  m^kmmmm,aHHL^">nIW"MMHaHMWaWHMMi������tfMHBMnM������Mh ������MmM  A. B, NET HER BY,    Manager.  M������4������  K.AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES'T AILOK.MADE COSTUMES A 8PECIALTY  SUITS mflDH TO   ORDH* J\J4Q  IN ANV STYUB YOU IUISH.  PERFECT FIT GTJARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B, C.  OJedding Gifts,   Cut Glass,  and   StcpJing Sih/etf.  STODDART, tho Jeweler,  Be careful in selecting your Gift, it will be Viewed  and  Criticized by many; by it may be judged your good Taste  and Liberality.  _^  Dr. Kerr, dentist, wil be at  the Wavealy Hotel 'until Tuesday, June 18th. Make your appointments at once.  To make fortunes  of the future you must  put  something Into  the present  Tie BRITISH  JUST OUT  Gold-Coppers Pay  Big   Dividends    all  over British  Columbia  COLUMBIA ILLUSTRATED,  Ooutalntug ovor 100 VlewB In ev������rythinR.  Poet paid 25a, ttampt  nremtsT rnovmcHi wran nniTisri kmpmb.  T  Nanaimo Io���������The biggest pay  iu the history of local mines  since advent of the Western  Fuel Co. was paid out Saturday  tho amount ou good authority is  said to be $107,000  Mr. W. Whilworth of the Kes-  trtl, spent Sunday in town.   #.   . Mr, J������uuc*Gi������uit utuitieu from  Vancouver last evening.  Air. F   Dalby  thc hospital.  is confined to  Comox Co-Operative  Society.  BUTCHER SHOP  Dealers io all kinds of Meat.  A fresh stock of Vegetable* in nenmn.  f. AITKEY, Manager  Knthtno   RTHKWD. Nnthlni* fiMmTtf   Ifnihlntr VF-NTTTIWD V������������i^C^'0?T  Splendid Opportunity to Invent. ^  Tho floliMt men In tho world nro io vesting in B. C. XJoppor^Oold and Silver Maw  Why can't you Wgh������ now? Tb*jrTWiti������t O^M-Ctowtor Disooveiy of the  ' Age ii in British Oolqpiblii.5 ������  BIS FOUE SOUSOLIDATID BOLD MI5ES, Lm   '  Capital -  -  1626,000.  Every Dollar Subicribed used in Development of Mines.  8pkciai. Offkh, 20c per 8hare,  ttltu������ dirwtly wwt ot U Roi, wboje tbsr������i ������re now about: ttll If B^Ho-fsw  ������bout 115 and went n������> to ������ll)0; and Conwlldakd MinSnaRnd Hmelting Co 0[Qatt-  Ids, Ltd. ���������h������ref������lfi0 encb? Giant Ctlifonii* sbaws about |110j Oranby Mines  now oav Biff Dfvidaods.   **iu fOar wil! jump lo II won.  thadanaUlMS rtcaired Iliffb^t Awards for ricbert fold-ooppar ore Met to St.  L������S%nMtiS mOTOUftbad BEST DIBPLAY at Dominion fair. Hem  WfatmiMter.fi' C.     No ieai than 100 snarea told, tbaraa era ba had 01 Inata).  BIQ FOUR MINES Ltd.. P.O. Box 174, VANCOUVER.B. O.  ���������t

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