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 y..  si  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  ���������  A. Journal Devoted Especially, tt> thte Interests of Comox Dl&trtet*  ******  m******.  H;   Thk News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY, MAY io,    :9io  Subscription $i.qo a Year.  l^|(MNIV**^sNM������^NllpiS*N^*������  T  HE BIG STORE  o  HOUSE CLEANING TIME is here  once more, and we are prepared to help  the thrifty housewife in every way, to  beautify the ho mewith the ��������� least possible  expense.  OUR LACE CURTAINS WILL WEAR  WE have found the host way to kef p.  people interested, is to 'throw in satisfaction  with every purchase, and in n<������ jjimkIs nre wo  more careful than in LACE CURTAINS.  :  Oar showing sin ��������� passes 'that of all former  seasons in values, us wo p.iuetid our oi*<U*r  many months ago, ami oflfor epwial values  NOTTINGHAjI LACK CURTAINS. lock  stitch edge, heavy nor, ltoiuati design .from  31.00 to 52.50 per pair  BRUSSELS &��������� SWISS NET CURTAINS,  Excl use design, from ������3 to $5.50 per pr.  DOOlt PANELS, plain  and fringed   netr,  dainty and strong, 75c to^SljoO^each,   ^URTAnTMUSLiSS, 5 pieces at Greatly  lfcdiiced Prices. OIIOILLE and TAP-  ESTRY CURTATNS & TABLE COVKKS  A complete ratine of Bed Spreads, white and  colored, Pillow Cases and Sheetings, splendid assortment and extra values.  (3?~ Ask fo seo our stock of Linoleums and  Oilcloths, Mattings and Kugs.  Sfmbn Leiser & Co., Ltd,  THE CORNER STORE  OT<  AS WK HAVE TO TAKE STOCK AT THE  END OK THIS MONTH and have now nearly $ic1cr)0  wofth too much, we are going to try aud reduce tu a*.-: is  soon as possible, starting ou Saturday next we are c������erio'j>  SPECIAL PRICES  on a lot of lines which tvill be shown and prices marked  in plain figures. Remember these prices are only for a  short while and will not hold good after the sale.  J.N. McLEOD  I  'k  Dunsmuir Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  *m%mm^m*mMa*am  ���������55E  r  WATCH  THIS  SPACE  ������w������*������%������������������v������^������-,-n>*jv^**w**  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OP  OUMBEBLANP BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for PiNcncr lire wing Company* JIKIiR  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wine* and Liquors,  SECOND    STREET  *������PM������������**MM mmmemmia^eMmnam  VII Dead.  George V  Reigns.  London, May 7.���������The tolling  ui the great  bell   in St.   Paul's  Cathedral at minute intervals between 5 and (5 thi* morning, ulll-  ces performed only for the sovereigns aud the Arch lollops of Canterbury aud York, conveyed to  the countless fhoiihimds of London aud Htihtirhan people the iirst  in format inti of thc death of King  Edward VII.  Loudon, May 1,-* -The council  tuot in the thrutio mom at St.  dames' J'aluci) iiikU'I' the preii-  deiicy uf tlie Karl nf Crewe, who  oilie.iated in the itlmeuce of Viscount Wolverhampton, Lord l'rei-.  ident of the Coiineil.  Tlie now monarch wns given  tho title of Gi'wi'go V. The King,  wbo had driven over from Marlborough IIiiiicc, wultuil in a room  adjoining the council ehuuibei,  while tho lengthy form li ties lend  ing up to the nctiitil prochumitioti  wore proceeded with,  With todays coromonv nnd in  In* lorty-Uflli year, thn wecniil not.  born to King Edward VII. aid  Quet'ii Alexandra, U������*.������UH'i the  ruler of the Utii.ed  Kingiloui   of  flriMir M.*lr.,i., .,...,! T...,!..;..I   ,.���������J   Vl'  the l������titirtli Dominion* beyond the  seas. King. Defender of the Faith  ami Kiiijioroi' uf India.  Public Meeting.  A publio meeting was held in  thc Council Chambers ou   last  Friday .evening for the pnrpo-e  of arranging for a 34t.l1 May eel  ebratiou in Cumberland.  It was move 1 by Mr. Stewart  aud seconded by Mr. J. N, MeLeod that we hold sports here on  241 li May.  The following ollicers were fleeted:���������Mayor McDonald, President; J, X MeLeod, Vice-President; J. L. Drown, Secretary; J,  Stewart, Treasurer.  Moved thai; the Secretary be  instructed to interview Mr. G.  W. Clinton and obtain permission to take names of those who  will donate towards the sports, at  the different minis,  The following were appointed  as collectors;���������  No. 5 mine. I. < unties.  No. 6 mine, M, IJtnncssy.  No. 7 mine, V. Jajnch,  No. 4 mine, C. Paruhmit, f'.co.  llitiJey, l��������� Cawthornc, J. Gibson.  Toplwmdu-D.K. McDonald.  City- Jno, Uruce, II. Wiim-  iughaui,  Union Hay   IC. Clarke.  Cotirteiuiy- W.Woodluts,  To collect at liatiU ou I'avDav  TWENTY-THREE JEWELLED  BptB fclityamsi &  HAMILTONS.  on M^itWjLE������YQl������aiS=r \l   Next Door to the Royal Bank, Cumberland \]  ���������M. Coe, M Heuiiessy.J Ro&io.  Moved and seconded that a������  executive committee be appoht't-  ed and all other committees be  appointed from the executive.  F. J, Dalby was appointed as  chairman.-  .Rov. 11. S. Hastings left liiot,  wcok to attend the annual disrn e  meeting of tho Methodist ehtirr- ,  hold at Victoria.  Joe AJposu arrive'' home from  Ladysmith, after attending the  funeral of Ids nuele, Mr, trianoni,  rite deceased died uf heart dhemui,  School Inspector Oordwii  h in.  epecting the oity i-chonb this week.  Mr. P. Stoddui't lm* donated ������.  handsome cup fur the most event*  captured at the coming jltb, ot."  May sportb.  t-T.iveriim������iit Agent, d.   llaird  oaves this week on an official trip  to the.northiirn portion nf this iV  laud. Mr. Daird o.\ni������������t:> to be 11b-  absent al Hint two week*. Hiidwillboi  accompanied by M. Mannua, M. i'i  1\ and a govern ment migiiitw.  W, Wilkinson han rci-ignH hiJ  position with tin* Dig Htoio and ;  will luavoat tln������ cud of this month.!  .1, T, LuUtonaand family loft  by Kiinday'h bout on ronm for  Morritt, Nicola Valhiy. 'xiiord lm  will managi* the Diamond \'aln  Conl it (Joko Co's,, t-toiv.  Mr. W. II. iiaihiy and MrK  Ilaih'y arrivt'd Irom Viuwonver by  SiMiduv'H boat.  Ml'. .Inhu MutthcWH ni'i'ivi'd  Iniini' from Vntiannvnr on Tni������*.  iliiv lni������t.  M. Matifion M. J*. V. wa.* in  town this week,  Mrs.   DimiMiu   Thoitipei*.!���������*.   1. ft.  for Xnuaitno by i'l'.-iay'ii l>"it.  - ***��������� ~.-^~  Mrs. Df.viiJ "Viilki'i if') J! .1  Walkor wero pii**!) 'g- ������������������ ! v.-  day's outgoiny     ���������;. <i>.'.   0^���������������-.  Manng'T C. :n"',, 1,1 ���������*'.... \'J  ���������   ,  Theutri', nrrivod   i;.   ... A,,,  luct, from n^iiot't   bu*iiiu���������-.,��������� '.ri . ;������*  Nanaimo,  James Hakowell loft on V i-., v  lint, for the I'rovincial Ob! Mr..V  Uomo, Kamloops, B. C.   ���������   Mr, and Mrn. ,L Tlioinptoi' h'ft  hy Friday'* hnnt for   Vi ������,u.*r,  T'"������ Ladii'h of t!ui M.i t'l.rea  will hold a .hiui'ft m tbt i^iih.���������������.. r-  laud Hal), un ihe ������v������'iiiiijT nf Mny  24il..  CDen's  Tailored  Clothing  London. May loth.���������It is atated  \ thai 'lit Duke of   1 nnnunght  HI  I acintd.tnte with   Mtt*   fie?-ire   01 !  King Kdwuicl, will succeed I^ortl  (Viev a*  (tovrrnor   Gemral   01  I'utiada.  Loidon. Miv   9~(',eorge V.  was [.rocl.iim I  Kin.** tU.uugh-|| tUMMtfllK Till*  out the Umpire tiNiitv.  '1  JUST ARRIVED  ANOTMKH MM.M.I,   M"*' 'HTM KN I' 'T "I'I',' '���������!! !''. ���������*-'*������������������  IN NOHBV #msK* AND I'MTKUX* vi' S15.'i ���������  ***������*   Iht   HOI   f.������ll   t������������   "������*     h*-V,   .������*������   li.t   ������J    ���������������������������   "I.  y   *   '''*  Thoy will ������Hily U*>\ * -h-*t* tin.**  V.WKltl.V HOTKL  -:.jy.u .������-, t^ Wit..  Campbell Bro?. THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
STOMACH MISERY
UMSHED BT "H8HI4-TKB"
MR. ALCIOE HE8KRT
Stratford Centre, Wolfe Co., Que.
"I have b��en completely cured of a
frightful condition of my Stomach
through the wonderful fruit medicine
'Fruit-a-tives'. I could not eat anything
but what I suffered awful pain from
Indigestion,
My head ached incessantly.
I was told to try 'F'ruit-a-tivps' and
sent for six boxes. Now I am entirely
well, can eat anv ordinary food and
never have a Headache."
AL.UDB HEBRRT
50c. a box, 6 for ��2.50, or trial box,
25c. At all dealers or from Fruit-a-
tives Limited, Ottawa.
A DB. JOHMSOJ STORY.
Going to Kill  Himself o
Theatrical   Manager -- Hi,    there!
What are you doins with thnt p'sto1*-1"
Discouraged   Lover���Going    to  kill
myk-lf.
Theatrical Manacr-*r��� Hold 0:1 a minute. If you're hound to do it, won't
you be good eaouidi to leave a note
saying that you did it for love of Miss
Starr, our ..leading- !.a-iy? It's a dull
season, and every little helps.
Free to Our Readers
Write Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chi
cago, lor 48-page illustrated Eye Book
Free. Write all about Your Sye
Trouble and they will advise as to the
Proper Application oi the Murine Eye
Remedies in Your Special Case-. Your
Druggist will tell you that Murine Relieves Sore Eyes, Strengthens Weak
Eyes, Doesn't Smart, Soothes Eye
Pain, and sells for 50c. Try it in Your
_B3tlSS^and_in Baby's_JEye3 forScaly
Eyefida'and Granulation. ~~~        ~~
Illustrating the Difference Between
Assertion and Argument.
Amoiip the e���necdot��s of Dr. John-
son is one written not bv his Wny
SfTt-pher. Boswell, but by another con-
(.(���nirwr-.ry. Dr. John Moore. It is
illustrative of Johnson's manner and
the importance he gave to argument
properly  conducted.    Dr. Moore acid
U^VV w��s m" al a company at Mr.
Hoot., a. Mention waa made that counsel wen* to bo hoard in a certain enae
nt, the b-'.r of the House of Commons, i
One of the oompauy asked Sir Jame* i
Johnston   if he intended t.o bo ores- |
ent.   Sir Jfines answered that he b*- j
!iev��d he should not. be<?au��e he nuid
little regard to the arguments of coun- I
sel at the bar of the House of Com- |
twins.
"Whorofore." asked Dr. Johnson.!
"do you pay little regard to their J
arguments, sir?" j
"Bee-nise," renlied Sir James, "thev I
arcne for their fee." ���
"What is it to you, sir," Hoi'ied
Dr. Johnson, "what they art?ue for?
You have nothing to do with their mo- I
tive. but you 'ought to weigh their
argument. Sir. you s^m to oerfonnn
argument with assertion. But there
is an essential distinction between
them. Assertion is like an arrow shet
from a longbow���the faros with whvb
it strikes denends upon the str��n<r'h
of the arm that draws it. But argument ia like an e.rrow from e. e-nsr:-
bow, which has ertvial force whether
shot by a boy or by a giant."
The narrator of this incident, w��fd
the. whole company was struck b"
the aptness and bepnt.y of this illps-
t.ration. which certainly \v>s <.***ir?,*--.
ed in clear and forceful English and
with few of the Latin derivatives with
which the good doctor delighted to
ornament, his  sentences.
One of the company said. "That, is
indeed one of the most iust and v.d.
mirable illustrations that I ever
heard."
"Sir," said Dr. Johrson, "the illnw-
tration is none of mine. You will
find it in Baoon."
A Le  Roi  Mine  Romance. A Little Cold.
In iras Maurico Yenzil. a merchant]He caught a little cold-
of   Moscow,   Idaho,   sold   a   suit   bf'      ,,        ��� ui! I     ffi', ao,M
clothes   for   $60,000.    writes   Harold | ?o   ^ neighbors sadly said
����n,i��in ������Pi-.mnni-es of Rnsaland" in ���As th(?>' gathered round his bed,
fhTthnia^r^nXn Maglzme. " jWhen they heard that he was dead.
Of "course "there is a story in th.fc|He caught a ^le cold-
transaction, and a wonderful story it | lhat wab atl* ^UCK)
is; nothing less than the romance of
Rossland and i*s mines.   Yenail did.
n't get his $60,000 down on the nail
It was five yeara before he received
the  final  payment on  that  suit of
"hand-me-downs."
Truth to tell. Yen7.il did not exnect
to get a cent for the clothes. One
day an acquaintance he had known
in various mining camps of the West
wandered into his store in Moscow
dressed in his best and his worst. In
other words the man's clothes were
much the worse for wear, but they
wer> all he had.
"Just come down from Rossland,'
broke," he explained to his friend
the merchant. "I've got nothing except these 2.000 share of Le Roi gold
mine. Give me a suit of clothes and
stake me to a meal and they're
yours."
Yenzil did ho, and threw the certi-
fieate for the mining stock into the
back of his safe. He was out a suit
of clothes and "four-bits"; that was
the way he figured.
By 1897 he had received in dividends and from the sah? of the, stock
.the sum of $60,000. The great Le Roi
mine, after nearly breaking the hearts
of those who stood so splendidly bv
it in the days of adversity, had first
developed into the most prominent property in British Columbia, and then
had been bought by the British company headed by the late. Whitaker
Wright, of somewhat painful memory.
When th�� Americans who held the
mine disposed of it to Wright for
about $4,000,000, Yenzil cashed in .for
that suit of clothes.
Ragman Wit.
Last autumn a Toronto lady got n
Neglect of a cough or a cold often
leads to serious trouble. To break up
a cold in tw'nty-four hours and cure
any cough that is curable, mix two
ounces of Glycerine, a half ounce of
Virriii Oil of Pine conmnund pure and
eicht ounces of pur;> Whiskey. Take a
teaspoonful even* four hours. You can
buy these at any good drug store and
easily mix them in a large bottle.
Frequently
An old colored man, who could
neither read nor write, and who had
been found by his master to be deficient, in his niarket. book accounts,
blamed the butcher witli tampering
with his book. The centleman qf the
house remonstrated by saying:
"But, Tom, figures don't lie."
"No," answered the old man, "but
liars do figger."
CURE MEN AND
WOMEN ALIKE
Indigestion Cured
This disease from which so many suffer gives the average physician
a great deal of trouble; The best medical men have endorsed
PSYCHINE, and recommended it in scores of the most obstinate
cases. It has never failed in a single instance to give prompt relief.
When directions have been followed, a few doses will remove that tightness and weight on the stomach. Taken regularly it positively cures
General Distress, Flatulency, Nervousness, Coated Tongue, Heart
Burn and Palpitation. If you have never used PSYCHINE, don't
hesitate a moment longer.   Try PSYCHINE to-day.
PROOF
Mr. Arthur TcnnlMn. ��� London Strttt, Toronto, **r* t " For *t* or
mtn Mart I wm trouteltd with indlcutlon and dyipopal*. Too much
acidity ot tht ftomaeh th* doetoro Mid, oii��ln��tt.1 th* troubl**. I triad
���eorxotramtdl** without **M. B*��ntuallv I um4 PSYCHINE ui
thU broucht ImmodUt* raiitf and cut*.**
NO HOME SHOULD BI WITHOUT PSYOHINC
, It prnrrnl* th* rMldrtn ttkla* cold, wards off that ttrHbl* malady. La Grippe,
and eomplttklr torn Hot thtm agatnit dlMai*. It ahouid always ba uaad lor aold*
waarlBvaa, low ol awatita. bronchitis and -waak luncs.
For sale by all druggists snd dealers, 50 cents and 11.00,
Di. T. A. SLOCUM, Limited
TORONTO
WHAT
D
DODD'S    KIDNEY    PILLS
D  FOR ONE  FAMILY
Cured Chas. Bell of Rheumatism and
His Wife of Inflammation of the
Kidneys���Mrs. Bell's Statement.
. North Range. Di?bv Co.. N.S. (Snee-
ial)���That Dodd's Kidney Pills i
cure the Kidney ills of men and |
women alike is shown in the cases of,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas, Bell of this place. 1
A short time ngo Dodd's Kidney Pills
"1 don't know what is the matter
with me, doctor," said the parson. "I
" can't lie on either side."
"Of course not, parson," replied the
pill dispenser, "Only a lawyer can do
that."
Wealth at ths Rar.
Just entered upon his seventieth
year, Mr. Justice Bieham is one of t,t*,��
many eminent lawyers who have firat
started on other ce.ree.-s. Before He-
voting himself to le.w he sn��nt fve
-yflara-QnJth8_.Liverpool- Exchange. Ed-
ucated in Paris and Berlin, he had
already acquired a knowledge of Ian- j
guages that was to nrove of excellent
service to him in the courts. But it
was not destined to be nil nh>in aa
ing for him at the first. "Wh��.t on
earth has inducted you to come to th"
Bar?" was the discouraging muvitton*
asked by I.ord Russell of Tvllowen
Complete in itself, Mother Graves''when the future,, Justice-"Bigham en-
Worm Exterminator does not require tered the chambers of the famous nd-
the assistance of any other medicine ' "    "
to make it effective.   It does not fail
to do its work.
taste of real Russian Jew repartee.,, cumi Mr/R?n of Rheumatism from
One morning a strange dog drifted in- ,���,wX(.], |,��� iinci s���fforeH for ten vears.
to her back yard, and, stretching him- TMa lpH Mrs B���n to trv them for In-
self under the shade of a fruit tree,  fl.,
died.   The problem of how to dispose     .,v>g (ho followin? stat*ment
of  the  beast was  worrying  her.    A !   -,��T w.,�� troviblt-d with Inflammation
little  later she  was picking flowers of thp KidnPyS for twentv-four vears.
in her garden when a rag and bottle , gomo fow WP'pk9 aco T cot wora<1 anc|
roan Urove by and stopped.
"Anv rags?" he called in his Yiddish dialect,
"No," said the lady.
-l'Any_bones < r bottles?" he persist
ed.
"No; go away," said the lady tartly.
"Any oldt boots?" he went on. "I
it , giV(> jjve cents each for oldt boots."
it-I     "No:  Dlease   go   away,"   said   tha
Have Faith, My Brother | Successful Fishing
, A colored preacher took soma candi-1    "Xh," said a visitor,  "so you are
dates for immersion down to a river ,    ,   ' *,-       . ���    .    7,
...        J    ,   ,in Louisana.    Seeing some alligators baek from y0Ur   fishmg   trip to the
immation of tne  Kidneys and she. in the stream, one of them objected,    i States.   Well, what did you catch?"
.1... .-... t.-.i....:       ..,1        .. 1    ��^hV)  (,rothPr)" ur;Ied tjie pastor!    "We did pretty well,' 'said the fond
"can't you trust the Lord?   He took'i mother.     "Julia   caught   a   banker,
care of Jonah, didn't he?" j Bertha a lawyer.   Fanny landed one of
"Ya-a-a-s," admitted the darkey,; the finest looking army officers you
"but a whale's different. A whale's |eve'* saw in your life. Hattie was un-
got mem'ry; but if one 0' dem 'gaters I fortunate. She had a young fellow
was 'ter swaller dis nigger, he'd jes'I with all kinds of money on the hook,
go ter sleep is the sun and forget all! Dut just at the last moment he got
about it."       ,- I away."
was bid un for a long time. When I
w<��.9 abb to ho up nsrnin the doctor
told me I must on no account do any
work. I suffered from Dropsy and my
fesLjvould swell so I could not wear
"A little chancre of heir," remarked
tlM old man as h1 altftred his will,
cutting off his nephew in favor of a
distant relative.
U*rr, or Omo Cm or Toutno, 1 ���
X.WM couNTr.        f M*
Fium J, Ohmky [oxltM c��th tbat tit li mmttn
Burnet ol the firm of T. 1, Ciiinbv 4 Co-, clulug
Diuln������ In Un City of Toledo, County anil Hint*
itorauld, And tbtt ulil Arm will tray t'ie >um ol
ONE HUNDRED HOM.Alii tar naah ond ovory
nnt ol cmmiii tK��t cutinat no ournl by Hit um ol
tM.1,'* Catarrh CUfir,.
FrtAVK J, CriKNRV.
Bwnm to b*(cre ir�� tiiA tiihoonhml In luy prcworo.
thii etti day ol December, A. U., mt.
i 7^7 I A. W. 01.KV90S,
1 }%Z, I Notary i>um,ic
H��H'i Ca'arrh Cam It talt��n lnt��mmiy -M tir.
dlrtctl/ upon thn biuiul ��n.l d,'|,*oiui aunicni ul 1
iritim. iiui lor imtlmomnM. fr.-o.
* T. J. CIIENBV k CO,, Totodk'
Sold b�� Ml tlriwli*��, iv.
Tiki Uall't FimUy ft;* tor aatvaivMoi*,
Mrs, Butts (I'venly)���John, dour, if
you should give me $25 for n new hat
don't you think it would lie n IiIosh-
ing?"
Mr, Butts���H'm, Martha, I should
say it would he 11 miracle.
'Tis a Marvellous Thing.���-When the
cures effected hy Dr, Thomas' Kelee.
trio Oil are considered, tlic specrly
and permanent relief it lias brought
to the suffering wherever it ha* Ivvui
used, it miift he regnrded as a miirvl-
]ous lliii^' that s<> p'/t'Uit ix in��'lielu.>
should result from the six ingredients
which enter iM enwnonitinn. A trinl
will nonviiii'i* tiie most skeptical of its
healing virtue*.
T'olitieian���CoiiarntiilntioiM, ftunih;
I've h.'ori eh^ti"!.        ,
Sari'li fwlth il"lii.fht)- HoiVHtlj?
I'olitieian ��� Whnt difference does
Hint miik-!*���Pt. InvAi* Tinien
vocate as a pupil. Tt was a question
that, took the pupils some y^ars to answer! During his first twelve months
at the Bar the young lawyer earned
only si'ven guineas, though l-.^r on,
when he had succeeded T.ord Russell
of Killowen as leader of th*1 Northern
Circuit, his income wiw one o* th-*
largest ever earned nt the Bar. TT-itM
,1 few years ego thero was a ceTt".in
judge distinguished among ot.w
thincrs for the unnunetin'.litr with
which he began the judicial d'>v. On
one Oficusion Mr. Bigham, thon one
of the busiest advoc!\t"s in the Common T.nw Courlfl. waited tw��nt��-livn
minutes for his arrival. H'.vine ���< *���*-
<*ond ouho to attend to in another court
he went out, to see how it was faring,'
.���'.nd while he wns gone th" imo<:nc
tuni judge made his i'|>niariinc< on the
bench, "f have waited five mi"*'t"s
for you, Mr, Niglmm," i��xeW'��ed h'��
lordfihip inipiitiently when the busy
counsel returned, "M.v lord," was the
bold retort, "1 wniUti live times as
long,"
lady. Then a thought flashed noon
her. Perhaps he could use the dead
oog in his business. Perhaps the hide
would be worth his taking. So she
said:
"Do you want a dog?''
"Yah!" cried tee man. jumping off
the wagon; "whe.re iss idt?"
She took him around to the bnck
of the house and showed him the nn.
welcome guest, When he found that
the animal was dtad, he flew into a
spluttering rage, nnd as he raced bnck^
to his wagon he hisse<*j at tha lady: ^
"Doti't you vandt idt? Dnn't vou
like idt? Don't you vnndt idt to nod'?"
VVit'.i this crushing retort, which
would be a most savage nnd siimifi
pant insult among his owa people, he
drove biasing away.
mv *4io��s.
"My husband benefiited so much
from taking Dodo's Kidneys Pills I
dacir!ed to sive them a trial, and
���hough T hav�� taken only three boxes
I am well and can wear my shoes and
do nearly all my own housework. T
cann-it sa** too much for Dodd's Kid-
nev r>|Ha,"
Dodd's Kidnev PiPa m*ke w>ak Kidneys strong end sick Kidneys well.
SPRING SKIN TROUBLES
Qiioi*ieus�����-Who is the handier, a
man wbo hns $500,006 or one who has
seven daughters',
P^hhi���The latter.
<'WV,y?"
"The rrtfl.o ��-i,th the <:'*-oo,000 wants
more; the other doesn't."
Sleeping Draughts
and Soothing Mixtures
A    mother   should    never give her
child  a  sleeping    draught,    soothing
mixture or   oniate of any  kind ex-
cent on th" adviep of a doctor who
I has seen the child.   All these things
"Spotty jcontpin poisons and an overdose may
ikill the littln one.   When   you   give
U   IMt   y.viann       sem-ea   of   neotde���i V0,,P  C''iW   n��hV'*   0*B   Tablets     ,VOU
At this season,   semen ot people- .        t)     KUftn���,tp(> of n BOvernnient
girls  nnd young  women  especially- ;'J ,   \ \A\" \,A      'i,',,,; d '""' "
Pimples,
Eruptions    and
Compl��xion��."
i"��T'.tA,^.^
Nature makes thc cures
after ull.
Now and then she jjrts
Into a ti��ht place and
needs helping out.
Things get started in
the wrong direction.
Somethinrr is needed to
check disease and start
thc system in the ri^ht
direction toward health.
Scott's Emulsion of
Cod Liver Oil with hypo-
phosphites can do just
this.
It strengthens the
nerves, feeds famished tissues, and makes rich
blood.
nn ��*ut ��r *u. inrrwiwr*
a><*4 I*- , *�����.* */    *!*.. ,ml *ni. .1   *+, *mm
&��nt���i v.*i..,�� tir.i ���--! i> it, ,i��.4..a.ia.��.
k W*k m*��t,.lf. * 0"4 tm*m ��*���������(.
1COTT * ftOWNfc
IM ********* %*****%. Waal       T...M.. Om*
VI. N. U., No. 7��,
Dloksns nnd Plckw'ck In Con**.,
Whnt is perhaps Ihe most, interest.
ing piece of furniture in the Wai
wmtre of T.nndon belocs to Mr. H"n-
ry Fietdi-tg Dickens, ICC,, u-h'-vie sixty-first birthday wm eMebr-tM 1
short time ago, Tt is the <<e.,|t nn
whioh his fr.'her, Che.rh's D'e'tens,
wrote nearly nil hi* novls, ^"here
the fnmous novliot in'ini'd "Martin
CJhiumli'wit," with its delightful d ������
script Ion of ilw�� T'unnl't fountain; hl��
son, Mie rlistin��,iiish"id K.C., h".s pre-
pared nninv i>. statement of Maim and
defence, Vr, Dwikens wn* ouoe b**i"f.
ed linwiHrt he w.",n liin f��it.)i-��F*n sop,
A witness in the ease bore the name
of Piehwielr, and Mr, Dio'mnti wns (out.
eho-K-n tn etiiiuino him, H" hiinpen<*d
U> be engngod In acotlier wrt 'vh<��n
the ease wa* rnnnliuil, b"t Sir I'V'nk
fKiekwo<Kl, who wan purtlcule.rly enf-
ions not to he -'epriveil of the nh��",H-
ure of seeing Mr, Dfokwit "trtmin"
Mr. I'ick'vick, iiddreitsmi a note ti M'
Jiistioe Hiwliins, I'skinj? him ��n ��d.
jciurn the <!����", nnd the Imirnnd ju��Jg<��,
entoring into the spirit of the nuvHtxt,
st oiiiv gr.*.iited it, Wh.*n Mr. ni��i,.
ens wm uhle t��i at.t4'txl nnd cnllwl
Mr, Pie'twick the whole court was
delighted with the wdncidonee. "*
d�� nnt know, gentlemen," nb-iorvod
Mr. IXekens to the jury, "whether
Mr, Piekwiok will appear in his -rait-
*ro." The wagi'rly-liMik.'d-lor witne��s
pruvod to be one of the thinnest men
UMI   uvcr   nXmnKii  iuw   int.   niuii-w
n-nm   attention���needs      renovating 1 Tb��  ���iw,.Vs do cood     The Tiihlefs
;tU!^���Sfith^nt^ ^ lm8at"" Promptly "���cire    STlitomrth.  bowe
tnroiish during the winter. '    ,  't���ethinir    troubles     nnd     uive
Just think what it has gone through ! I ?.���W' ���g . trsT��en   Sold Iv nSdi.
Vou taw h*n_ouHBu ��Jn a^
Tir^i^z liz Si^ trztaS^ w�� u;v-mSwoS
siff, raiol"8 a'JJi"?; "3 h-BrockvllK 0nt	
to "eool oH."   You Imve spoilt, hours ,
nt the day indoors at a tempf-ruturo . 'Physioii! culture, fa her, m perfect,
emml to summer heat. TVn you have V .lowly, To develop the nrnm T gntsn
covered up your ��.kin-*xcept your face.'\h)�� rod hy one end and move it slow-
-and gone out   intfl   a   teinpemture! 'V,*���!. Tia]\\ ,? M\- .     ..'...
helow r.ero!    No  wonder that.i     HH1, well! .��xclninwl hor father;
won't sci.'iic' disi'(.r'"rf I! that roil
hnd Mmw at the other end you'd ho
sweeping."
Mlnard'i Llnlmtnt Curci Burnt. Etc j
\ friend nnd a cheerful Irinh citir-en
avi'y
with all these clunges, the ��kln of the
face and neck allows sign* of needing
attention.
Don't forget thnt the skin hiw to do
work just >m any other organ of thn
body, and il you overwork it, it give*
Znni-Biik U the remedy,   Smear
lightly over the spots, the eruptions.) w|,o had pithily   suffered   aonifl  hard ,
the sallow piitehes, et night, und no-1 grinelta. '
tic how quickly your npiiearance im-i   "Well, Put, how   or*   ynu   getting '<
proven,   A�� the rleli, refined, h��rl>Hl; nlontr nowP" he enoulr��d. I
eisence* sink deep into the tlwuie, the,    "Oh, Oi'm hard up yet; hut Oi have ]
hard, security-like petehed are reinov-;,, flf���.   job   in   Horinolulee, mid fare1
���I,   Better color results.   The cell* of 1 pH|,|,   Ol sail to-morry."
the skin become truimpnreiit,     Thei   "gtire, mnn. voti'll never be nhl�� tn
blood heiie/ith is able to irnpnrt iN work  ther*.    Th" temperature  is  n
pmie-r coloring to tlm tissue, nnd the hii'ulred in t'ie nhade,"
delieste bloom nf ivaHh retdncg thi*!    Put had enjnrml tno much cheerfullv
nallowness and pallor of di*oui��i. 1 tn h * djseoiirage I,
Ztun-Huk   is  Hi*, ul  great  use  for;    "Well." he re|ili����| hopefully. "Oi'll
*kin injuries and diseisei*, Kcjenni,
ulcer*, chapn, ringworm, ucne, yield
to it�� u*.��, 1'or cut*, burns, hruirfe*,
ehildren'* ranhea, "to,, it U-ttimquul-
led and It, I* a sure cur.�� for piles, All
I drugBlst��i and store* nt 90c n box, or
n, ,:;*. P",V.  n'' . Tr.rrmtn   tr\r nrtee     Pe.
I f><��e harmful nubntitute*   ami iniita-
not be worrukin' 111 the uhude ull tlie
tninie."
Where Christie's Biscuits
come from���
The eleaatst factory ia Canada
rPHB Chriitie, Brown biscuit factory \n in keeping with
A  the international reputation of the firm.   Viiiton
know juit why Christie's biscuits are the best baked-and
hundreds visit the big factory every season.
Tho Christie, Brown people stake their reputation on
cleanliness and quality. The raw product is the purest
snd best money can buy, and every ounce of it is
carefully analyzed before it can enter the bake rooms.
Every device and machine-making for the perfection of
the product-is used in the big factory. The bright and
cheerful employes, all arrayed in spotlessly white uniforms laundried on the premises, speak volumes for the
sanitary conditions under which they work. You Just
buy Christie's Biscuits once and you'll know why your
neighbors call them "ao good." The best grocers keep
them and tbey cost no more.
Christia, Brown & Co., Ltd., Toronto
(Moil*.
v m-it-r.
I
A Match For a hAaltbmakar.
TV Aorj in told by Alien  Syne*- Thj kitten| calmly wmIiH iU Ucb
worth, the riritiiih drnmatint, of how L B"fj>"��.U,?���?f.,!te ���'���������brwht.     ���
���x we||.known \tmtt who wan the prey  ?���� Uttlo Willi* murii.ure.l-. "Gee,
���t ,��� ,t,.i. m .Vtntr mnmtuaa tor n t..nr ' Someone will hold yoii un ��o me,
tinii. mid who xtr.a irrifiriidfiil ermi-gji 1
t<�� show more thnn ordinary attention |
ime,t|ied re^rxuiHibility.    On<�� dav tb<* i
mother if the young l��rly in (|ue��tt��n,
thit;kiug Hlie h��d a trump tu play.,
m*t hm iorilnhip and obwirvetl:
"!'"o|ile   are   talking   n   gi^d   ����r.|
1   >h<i"!�� v.n(P ���itt-.nllnnn to my d/iughter
I and *r.. t*king when vour i'iigiure"n-nt;
' i* t��� |���. .t.ni>un<^��l.   What can I mv>"
"I    "t!i<iri��.i* v<��n tti *.��v. iii��.', .ut,
I r-pli.H |u�� lordxhip, "tint I *��k"<! vein ,
I fo> v> f Uughtor'* hand itnd ih it ymi
; rufu*��M 11'"--O'Connor'* W��Uv,        ,
doods '
KIDNEY
PILL5
Ruula.
Lu*-,i (rv��k tu drnornisatmn from
th- f? ... >i. ,>r ltttani, 1 fatipit. nt **,��
in.uti ,4 ItuMin. who nmtowt Ut-ni-
m-lv.-n of itm country in Um�� ilwliiuitt
diyi ut Uu- drenk etnptre. Heni�� ��,��
|>r -<<M��iiunt inhabiUnU. the* ini/Mw-
��d xU.-u uinu' on ��li th* rant
X1 KinNt.^\,
Ogilvie's
Royal Household Flour
POR BREAD     .     .     POR PASTRY
ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION
WHAT MORE COULD YOV WISH POR ?
n
mmm*r-+. M)\  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  DEVELDP A MADTBTJIi ABM  MIOHT chanpe the story of the  ancient chronicler and begin my talk  this week by singing of arms and  the woman; for, Indeed, a beautiful  arm Is one ot the most Important factors of grace and good looks. The question is vital to you, for words from the  headquarters of fashion are suggesting  that ehort sleeves are coming upon us.  The arms then, must be improved^ softened and developed, and I am giving  today a few suggestions that 1 am.sure  will help my readers.  We have had dimpled and smiling elbows flaunted at us to our chagrin, because this part of tfte arm seems to  grow unattractlvelv hard with age or  work. .The skin can be softened by a  bath In olive oil. Place the liquid in a  deep dish or plate and allow the elbows  to reet in the friendly oil for fifteen or  twenty minutes. Then massage it gently into the skin and prepare for the  next step.  With powdered pumice stone rub the  points of the elbows. The previously  softened cuticle can be quickly rubbed  oft, and a counter Irritant should be applied in tlie form of a cream bandage.  Many arms are robbed of beauty because of an awkward position. This Is  due to several things. Sometimes tlie  eleeves of.a dress are (ioo tight; then  the corset may be improperly adjusted,  which produces a ridge of flesh under  the arms and interferes with a natural  position. Look at yourself to discover  if you are making it Impossible^ have  a graceful carriage oy the awkward  holding of your arms.  But suppose that your arms need developing. Let me emphasize here that  no arm ie ever hopeless, lt te not natural to be bony. There should be llesh  enough to cover up traces of the framework of the body.  Now. exercise ls the great developer.  If the upper arm be thin, take ten or  fifteen minutes each morning, with the  windows open, to stretch out the arms  to the side and to bend up to the  shoulders, and to straighten out again.  Concentrate your mind upon the wiirk  and rut all of your energy Into the  movements Vary the arm exercise by  swinging them above the hend .and in  from of you, describing an arc.' Vour  arms must rrspond to this treatment.  Por developing the forearm a wringing movement is excellent. Take a towel  or a pIpco of cloth between each hand  and wring hard and forcefully. The  wrist muselea are also brought into play  and are rounded out into a beautiful'  line. '  I cannot emphasize too much the Importance of persistence and determination in the cause. 1 hold it true that  many things are within arm's length If  vou but approach the subject v.'tli a  sane will to give everything n fair trial.  Let me plead with you to give the  arm a chance to be beautiful.  %  Answers to Beauty Queries  OWING   to the   great   amount   of  mall   received   and   the   limited  space  given  this  department,  it  is   absolutely   Impossible   to   answer letters  in   the  Sunday  issue   following their  receipt.    The letters must  .,be.answered iu turn, and  this ofttlmes  requires three or four weeks.  All correspondents who desire an immediate answer must inclose a self-  addressed stamped envelope.- for a re-,  ply. This rule must also be complied  with in'regard to  personal tetters.  Spots on Finger Nails  Dear Mis. yytrus.  There has recently appeared on everyone  of mv f.nirer nrtils little white spots. Can  you tell me what causes this?  Also kindly let me know if celandine  leaves ate iMd constantly will they In time  remove superituous hair? I have been nsins  a depilatory on, my arms to remove th������  liair. but lately the hair has grown so very  low on my ann3. I cannot wear my short-  fcletved gotvns on account of this trouble.  APPRECIATIVE.  The.spots on the nails may be caused  lEitlrul a Chaperon  DBAR Mm.  Adnm*.  1. Ja it proper for girl* of 11 anil  15  to  have  boy*  take  them  homo  evening* will,uut being ehuptnoutKl? .  2. Wliiil *lwiAd a girl toy whon a hoy li  ������tl������.illv.l.ni������l.,l,|S.jjjtAWH0!|(  1, CJIrls of 14 and 1G should not so to  (ivenlng entertainments unless thoy aro  provided with ������, chaperon.  2. You would lie Juitllled In telling  ������uch a boy that If lie cannot treat you  in a kind ami courteous manner you  do not cure to have anything more to do  with blm.  Poar Mra. Adam*.  Was  '. nfair  two year*, Karly Uut summer she wiiiiiii]  - k the enianuiiuni because wii toil M    ... marrlnd then,   1 u.lil tiw w������ could  ���������et married tint latter pun ef the wminir.  I, I have h*������n engaged tn a girl for nv������i  I.M  but wmhTMktf~Mr to make up liar mini]  if.* aald alia was not.mire that ahe earei  for me, Thtm ahe went around with an oli  frlmd ol horn, New he haa left lown, and  fl-a mad* up h*r mind to marry me, IXi  ynu think ah* waa fulr to me?  ������������������. How much ahouid a mm he tarnlni  before li* contemplate* matrimony?.  I What la vour opinion nf n girl who will  flirt and ������tnoka ei������er*ti������*?    A CONHTANT niSAIiKK,  I. The Rlrl wa* surely moat unfair In  her dealing* with you, ond 1 advise you  to make a>itr������ that "he really do** love  you before taking Ihe Anal atop,  S. It depends n great dral upon hia a Lilian in life; but "he ahouid bo ������ui������ iiwt  Ml Income |������ sufficient to make U"lh till  wife and himself comfortable,  3. Such u girl lock* dignity und hu* nu  trlf-ie������pttt,  A Heart-Broken Girl  n**r Mr*,   Adam*  m* >wwhe  ...���������!. m  tny ������w������n im, tun* vm  dear to ma, and t want with him for thi  another *irl tn tha skating rink, I acini  very (cij')' ti>������������rd hlm Vt* nut time ha  ������**# m.*** pt*, and now he ahun* ma,  th* ymt >fcl*fc I *,*,*, fcetaer "Make *,*," *MN  him it t,* wl*he* to, or shall I set aa if I  *> nt* rati at all? MAItUIB I,  If you were, not, engaged to th*  young man tinder tllaetieetnn, ynu rml1!  ...i    n. ���������,'..,.,,    W     Wl'iWUWt    Jt.*U,���������������    |<M|ltlMl  he .paid attention to another girl.  Perhaps ha avoid* meeting ymi 1>*.  <*t\n*e he see* you think too ������erlnu*ly  about him. Act Indifferently toward  hlm. butalway* be kind and civil,  How Long Should He Stay?  I. How lofif admiM ��������� ymin������ mnn stav al  lit ���������'���������* ';-\ '*-���������'���������- ���������a������-i:,an ;,,, lamna  *dia,it Urn a**,) t������ rail ������������Sm   ���������.  J.   ���������*!������������  ������.y  ������Utrr .  tin   frii-,,1   ,������u*  19  ������f*   tlfr,    )������    |:    I,.,,*, ,,\    1 T   III-     In   ,mkr   htl  %Mm mtfti -t* H ***** ti. Unvtl  I. If wt ,t*t*t. iwr fH������M ������������-��������� ������r������a#lf at.  Ua.,1 e������n������������������i,   ������.-������<! t������ t% tMt,������wff  t-tt nu  to take the frlond home after the aervicn?  A HBAUBR.  1, If ynu renrh the girl's home nfter  10 o'clock, you ahouid not go lnaldo  the house, but should leave her us  soon as you reuoh the door, lf yon nr-  rive home at an early hour, you ahouid  not remain litter thun I0.no,  'i. It I* not necessary for you to lako  the girl homo, If ahe has any distance  to travel, ahe ahouid make arrangement* to have one of her own family  take her home,  S. If you accompany thu two girls tu  church, then It la your duty to ace  that they both nrrlve home safely,  Never Introduced  Dear Mra, Adama, -  I leccivfd a nolo thrnuah Ih* m.ill from a  yuan* man rtakln* tn* If lm niluht nnt l,������  11 friend of uiinu, I have n������v������r met him,  but Imalnoas h������������ cauaeil tn* In talk in him  ai-vi't-al llinea, po you think I ahouid notice  hl������ limp? i).  Po not reply to the note, for It would  not be wise to start a friendship until  you hnve been properly Introduced lo  tlio young man,  Fork or Spooitf  Viet Mr*. Adam*.  U k* i?*am taicn with a "'Ih^.gOT*  A apodal kind nf fork I* u������mI for lea  cream 1 If you do not have thla, tlia  apuun ahouid tie u**d,  A Gentleman Caller  Pear Mr*. Adama.  If  I, Would it in ail raht for a gin i.r ie  0 h-ivj* a.voima manVS on lier lit n. Taw  ���������i.ura In lha ������v*nlp������������  t. Ia It prop.t>r for a alrl nf ������| tn hnve  ha t)v*nlri*������  .   ..  ���������  proper for ������   .  m������t������ call.ru whan ah������ \\.. b������������n ���������������|i,n ������un  en* inan for ever a vaer. h������ Ulne at col-  a' j-oimaf man 'tb-wiie" h*r' home from ������  l>ml������ wren   hi1   din   m,<   :.<������������������-'���������������..v u ���������    >,. r  moral A.sxiuua.  .1.   Yea,  If  an  older iii������inl������r of  lha  family help* to. entertain him,  ,, W'btn a isf'll* not engecvd to any  man ahe t* nt tlbertv to aeeept the nt-  lentlon* of other men.  1 Yes, If he la willing to walk along  With   tti*   i.trl   ;t���������*   I,,,.   ,,.,.,, ....  Four Queries  Dear Mr*   Adama  1. a ih������r* anvthlns out nt plan* In ar.  r*tillnt thi- afientlon >.f n vr.iinir mnn  Khi, |������ nnt nt mv nalinnallty?  J. If a uarlv nf stria nnd h���������t* hav*  a *lt-iKh.r|ilr nartv and ������tic of lit*, elrfa  fa������l.������r ������t'l������*������, will an.th.r rhaieron lw  nwraaarv"  '    i**.."1"."    i"!''!)u-!   '""���������������   Ir.   -., ...������  ���������w  W*.**.l,rt  "*.*��������� ���������  voime  man rest  *i.iuul   it.t.  ,���������1   |...tr   >>..i'  ...  ������������iii,.rtL  i*A>.s*r.  l,5t*t If be la a dealrglite enmpmton  and a g������n*.Umae ������t all tlf..������,  1 While the tuti.tr moioo tm capable  hia enmnmiy, nny lnh������er.'" linw oould I  toll him Una wlihout tiffendimt him?  fi,   R,   B.  1. It would be very nice to invite a girl  frit ml and would mid to tho enjoyment  of the evening, n would not be ncces-  wry to serve light- refreshments, although It would not be improper If you  cure to do so.  2. It would not bc very kind in rcfufn  the young man it dunce, How is lie to  Improve If every girl phiinc him?  ������. If you decline all future Inventions  he extend* lo you and net Indifferent!v  toward him. I do not think it will b������  necessary in tell him you do not cum  for hia company any longer,  Would Like Undivided Attention  I>sr Mr*, Adnma,  I am very, much In Inv* wllh n vouna  man   who   la   very   jpot.ular   iimona   um  young ludlea.   I think h* like* me alan,  How can I ttaln hia whole unnin.inv  I.flVKSlf'K  You cannot wllh propriety do anything  to gain the young man'* whole attention. Any effort ymi may make to draw  him away from hia friend* may muM  aim to limn ull respect for you.  Dnes������'t Care to Lose Her  ti*er  Mr*,  Adam*.  , I am a vnunu man *$ year* old arid am  In lute with a till J of 11. I know *v ar������  ratlinr ymi ns to i# marrlta, t������A there it  another ywiii* man trying to win liw at-  feethm*.   What would you advlae m* to do?  A, v, M  Vou are both too young to think of  marrlngo, and ihe liiiat tlilim for yuu in  do ia to aaaoclale wllh nttitr itlrl*.   Im  not trtQonie^ettlouiiif anoilier boy I* a  few year* heme,   when the mimU of  t.i.tb  ;iri-  hn,.i.1i m-il,  .��������� 1,.1   ii.jc   'i',.l   tl;. :  you do not care for lier at all. Juat at  )ii.������f.i you ihlnk #u������h * thing impossible, but it lias Happened U-fore.  Serious Affection,  Oar Mra. Adama.  I am Zl vwt������r* --M tm-t ������* *.-*? m������rh In  like ymir adti.c aim 11. II, r l,u*i������n,| 11  gtme mo������t of the tin., *n4 \i* dim n.t  t.rovldi. fer h������r aa h* ttmCA. n* gtr* *,t  ear* for him, but ahe anv* ah������ <V������* e*r������  fur me. Bhe la n y.ai. ,,l,|. k  My advice to you I* to kep away  from the woman tout lor heme c.imv.t  you tf-v thai y<> 1 ,0, .l.,,i,it ',r ml  ytiiir*������>lf ������ gre*,l |iili>i>U.v. ,.n I .,,-* pf,.',>.  al.lv csiialnit her irtfir- unhnpfiiitr** tli-.n  If ������hi> wt-ti- h-f' 'O in, ���������,..,���������" 1 , ., ,1  affair*? The thuu i-uty uft������u t*u.������-'  \������ry eerioua trouble,  Rt fmhmcntsAreSot Nrmuir;  I).������r Mra.   Adiiiui  I .������m 1* v*-ir������ , 14 and ****, n",.. '..-  q.-wy ������M -���������**-. I ("i������.������*'B f*;, 1 ; jj,.*  ilosrt  i������r������.d   t.lr.-������hiwnt������     Wititt  yn  approve of dnlnif iho aaine wli'ii I entertain young men?  Should n ulrl clHrt In call n Imv hy IiIh  Chrlatlnn mime, or i-lmulil lie tnkc Dim step?  A young liny whom I Imve Kinnvn f.ir n  year alwny* enll* mc "Mia* Ur wii," while  the other tjitln hu culU pv ii.m :.;m n.uma.  ��������� low can J sot hint M cull un- by mv Dtat  name? ONR WIHIIIMl To I.KMI.V,  ItefrevhmentN aro not really accessary  every lluiu yuu entertain uirl ainl ony  friend*, although an occnsl'iial ueiit la  not ut all Improper.  A liov alioiild inkc tlii* Initiative, you  can do nothing to force vour friend* 10  > call you by your ilrst name, A airunucr  friendship will bring about such familiarity.  Eating Baked Potatoes  D������ar Mr������, Adam*.  J, when linked iKitalnaa are ntv.it wiih  Wllfll dnca unit pm iiillli-r nn ilnni? J'o  you u������t> the ImlMiliiiil Puli.r si.il, ','  J, When Initler plalea lire tianl. whit  ahouid one do wllh lh* butler tiiui* ������"r  ualng ll?  a. The Itlrl* Mini l.o������a I kii"������ m. hi tn  Ihlnk 1 am tiei tunny ntul in,.per I ahxll  relate a few ihlnira for v������ii in l.-il me  Whether I inn or not. but ynu ne������.l tint  pUblDti thla part ol my l.-iiec, I..|- I know  It will take up too much >.f ymir vnlutilila  apace. A ,-Tlli������ii.Hllll,  1, The butler I* tak������n with >our fork  from the bread .md butter plate, and  onlv aiiiliclent 10 flavor ench mouthful  of potato. II is Inelegant to hotter, aull  tun! pepper all nl the |mUtO al one time  2. The butler knits I* kepi on the  t rewl and butter plate after li h������������ ������nt-e  been used,  * I'nniliict vn'traelf 1n������t no 1 vniitn*  i.niy niioiiiiI, nml j ..Uw������e icu to  critlniip Kiuh l.ehevlnr even <li"iii'li  >i,nr trieuila tiiink >uu are loo pu.lwr.  As tor your longing for some one n. curt*  for vou, I shall ������av that you are ton  youn* trt #.*f������*irl anv viung i������������n t't pay  particular attention* to you.  Received No At Home Curd  l..,������T   Mia    A.lftiiiil,  Sun*, time *mu a nw-mti-r of 'l>- >'r>n  amployln* my nu������t.������nd w������������ ttun"! XX'*  ie.tlir.1 an aim. Jn.. 1n.n1 1 u,| . i.iv, cilnta  tKeivMt at home <������td* ������if ciiih I md  Iml call ellher ll|������'n <ne ncalv ,nnni.,|  ������-, iipte "r ui'i'ii h.F 111,tic r. 1 in.u-' .'-ti  thai *urH itiartmitruillm In 1 -10 I  \il,*tre ������4������ <!,-11...11 ������n.| I * -1, fit  mould tell me whrflier I <lid !.������>���������' ������������������(  *rt,nt* (liin* ���������f 11,1 frb-ti.ta Icne .,>1.| it  Muat !���������������*# l������-<>n an i������.r������fifht, tut ln-w ������s*  i     '."    W.V.'R      .   . .   .  ' ,  t, too, }ieif������ve that your fatUita t" re-  '-ivr an ;*n 'mm.- crd w..������ an i,m i>-'i-vt.  either hy luck of euro or by bruises.  Nothing can be done hut to tile them  ���������way as they grow out toward the umi  of the nulls,  Tim ceiaiiitim leaves will remove the  aiiperlliious hair in time, hut if y.m are  ftlixlon*   for   ;in   I'niiii'.llat.,   ,11,!   |���������iiii.i  nent euro 1 advise the application of  the Wedrlc needle hy an expert operator.  To Improve the Taste  tlenr .Mr*   Kwn.n.  I n. ;,i,u oiten iir*M'ribe nllt'e nil to In-  Cieuse IP ������h, I tdmuid like In tiy thla  lii'ilmi'ii, bill the nil l������ an illausreciiblo to  takn,   ("un % .'it offer nny miion'Mlnir  AUNICHP.  If you will pour a little* grape or  orange Juice Into a gin**, then Ilu< dose  of oil nn 1 lm 1. and on top nrioilifi*  small .tiiiiiillt* of lulco. iho taate of the  oil villi luiiiliy In- iictccted,  7'i/ Induce Sleep  Ivxr Mra. Hyic.i������.  IMiul can I ,ln in Induce ������liw|i'.' tVh.n I  Hu In bed ill nliiM | ti** from nne ������|i|c to  ������t������e olr.ir, IflNTIII-^MKM.  Klrai of all, II In ncr*������*ary tu h.ive ji  well-viiuimieil tiiom, Me nnt on your  l';'i'k, Willi e'.iiy mttacle as llaccld aa  |Hi������*||ile. Iittw nmuy all uuplert������ant  tlnHighlf, ami make yourself drowsy  thinking over sumo pleasant story. A  glass of win mi milk slppt'it slowly before  retiring will ha',c .1 nothing efft-i l .iicl  pioilui.f sleep.  Face Becomes Flushed  t I  wlah vou  wmilil  tsll nv.^ whv  It  ta mv  imuia.    Aim, site lne n rum f.-r'tti.-' tri.i'il  '���������'*'��������� (Mr* 1 *n.������f s  TTie iitif-.'.'f������nit flushing after tnral*  I* v������ry f.ft.11 iu,t.M.| |.) vti'.ik or i������������'r  dtgeetlon. T������>ii stiould he iitcliie.| ami  littlo or no liquid shoulil be taken with  the tni-iiK A iiimlili c of h >i wuter  ������twniti1 I,, ��������� .1 , ., 1 .'������ .. 1 . , 1  euiiiiniai  Shiny Skin  'V ���������������������������'.' l' tt.'.r'u' -t**'-M ���������������*. i������V**-*. "*** ������'*J * t-'  >;��������������� tn, '���������.������ noun ������* t,K������������it'������ 411.1 it  ���������I f f>mb������*;.in ,-f *������w  t-.ntl    n*,.  f ",< -f    ���������,! .1    . /    ���������  ���������:-..,,    .,.������.  jm\,  the brMe r.nirn������ toir ..ill  Hi  I*ar Mr*. S.ines.  After  t   ������n������h   mv  tut. It  b������.lt* m aMriy  and fetl* iIikii    Ul, 1   .an I dn for thla?  MAimi, 1*  ���������    l'Oa������lbiy   )..n   ic.    tin   IHM.ii   *04p   on  your face,   Th'* will drv the skin, mak-  in*   It    tf.fl   ���������      '       r-      '.-.-.    .,,;t,     ,ir���������|  iiitir dm,,. i;,    f,;,,  ,��������� ,-t it , vir with  tin* natrut-it.   a!u������ h *,, temain on f-.r  11 few-  ml-,-,!. ,,    1. ,-     ���������    'i lt������i a  fc,.fl  1'iece of  , no in. 1  bo.ni- from work at night that they nre  aliuo.t painful. What can I do to And  ,e'ief? RALPH   D.  Soak your feet every night in hot  water to which has been added salt.  Dry them gently and apply a little vaseline to them, rubbing it well into llie  skin. Change your stockings often, and  do not wear the same pair of shots  two days in succession.  Enlarged Pores  Dear Mrs.  Symes.  After removing blackheads the- p,.i������a  seem to be so large. What should bt done  to close them? INtjUlSlTlVK SI V.  WJien the pores are large after 1! e  blackheads are removed, the ff-liov.ing  recipe will make; an excellent lotion  for you to rub into your skin:  Boric  acid  Idem  Distilled wi'ch hazel   4 ounce*  Apply with a piece of soft linen or a bit  of absorbent cotton.  Manicuring tlie Nails  Dear  Mrs.  Symes,  1   always   admire   pretty   and   well-K. pt  nails    but   1   cannot   afford   to   have   mine  manicured.     Uo   you   think   1   could   d     It  myself?   If so. please give me a few hints.  A DBVOTED !tKAUr.:t.  Although there are many little dainty  touches to be added during the process  of manicuring.   I shall tell you briefly  how you may treat yours so that they  may have a-trim, andnejt look.  ^jds^Ah&^fiMMldm-M-ML^^^  ;-'*.|  " water to ^vhlcn a Tittle-lemon Juice  has boen added. Dry them and push  back the skin around each nail with  an orange-wood stick. File off the nail  tbe prccise^-shape of the end of the  finger and then polish with a good nail  powder. Pollshlne the nails with the  palms of tlie hand will give good results, as it gives them a pretty, deep  tint.  'A  ��������� fs  /  For Tired Eyes  Dear Mrs.   fyme*. ���������  What   Is   lh,    heat thing  to  do  ft- eMis  when   they  grow  iticd?    Do  you  ev 1   ud-.  vise the use of belladonna to bright n  up  the eyes? MAY  M.  When the eyes nro hot and tired afti-r  hard usage, you should stop whatever \  you   are  doing   and   try   the  following    .  lotion:   One teaspoonful of boraclc acul1   .  in half a pint of boiling water.   Bolllo  when cold.   Bathe the eyes with some  of the lotion, taking care to dry. them  thoroughly.   This is a perfectly  harmless solution and m'ost  soothing.  Never use belladonna, In the ey-s  to make them sparkle. It Is a most  dangerous habit, and sooner or Iiiht,  If persisted in, Is bound to Injure the  eyoBltsht.  *- ,1A  Remove Tartar "'���������i  penr Mrs,  Fytuo*.  -  Kindly  ndvlsc  too   what  can   he  dnm   lo  remove tiiiini  from the t-fih'/, 1 ,in't il 1"  tn visit s dentist every limn ll npp. ;r-.  lU.I.'M KYKH.  If yoti will brush vour t eel It aft'-r each  tiioul and 'before'Vlirlug. you wiil nut  ho ironhled with tartar, The taitai' may  be removed, liownvei*. Procure .-nmo  niagnOHin, wet the toothhr'iu1i In warm  water, dip It Into tho magnesia and rub  the teeth wllh It, IT mi" apullinliin  dons not entirety remove It, give a second treatment llie next day.  Red Nose  Denr Mr*.  Hymn*.  Will  vou plena* toll mc what causes the  llosc to lieciillie red, and ho������   1,, |,n v, nl  ,f(  flllATICl'TU  There arc a few reasons for this. Indigestion, tltfht IimIiik and poor circulation of the liloinl are some of the  iiiiiHCs. Por tin- first, ilb-i and 'oxer-  else aro proacrlbi'il; for the second, a  general IriNpiirtlmi to see that nil  clothing Is HiiHIeli-nlly Ihcm', and for  (liti  last, massage  is necessary.  To Thicken the Hair  Dear Mrs,  Wyms*.  Hindi* ml', I-..- me. My hnlr I,. iniln-iy  free from il illilruff nnd la very long, hut  thin,    Whitl will thlrkon It?  Wlmi iK iht< very heat cold cream tlm 1 will  n>t grnw hnlr on thn fan.?  What Is eniialdi.riMl tin- mmt .!������11>-et<��������� and  rilliied |n 1 luiiii,',' HIlAi'U,  Have your "Irugglst make a prcimrii-  Hon of eriiilo oil umi oil of i.iv.iiiitr,  mid rub this mixture ou your Hinln  three days a week, On the Inti rvn-  Ing day massage your scslp ami hnisb  iln. hair, giving It one IiiimiiciI strokes  en eh time,  If you will until" a eoiii 1 r. mn ac  riirilltig to the ftiliriwiug recipe ymi  may feel sure thai It win .lo vour  akin no burin  Kentucky Cold Cihiiu.  Hon mil..   .,  Almond oil. .,..   .,   t oune.i*      I oiiin na  ?Ai'"">'   ���������   I "nova  While wns.., ��������� ,.,, ,,.;   1 nuncti  I 1.u.11 t give >mi the 11 nine uf any  p.i' H tit,rfuiiie, but 1 think every  iii.ili I hu,I lm* (mr favorite. Any perfume it 1 lilt gives 11 fnint but plena-  lint cilo,   Is tbu beat  lu use,  To Remove Hair  ttmr Mi*   Hvinea  myaclf of hsir in th^ ears, noae ami im.i**  lor Iho nail aetnw tn bt. lilts l.rlstUa"     "'  iiisi������i������'r*it������.  The.only safe and sure way to **t  rl.l nt %),*��������� hatr* l.������ to U���������\i- them r������-  moved by the electric needle; but ha  i.riiiin that you have a thoroughly  etiiiipetent   p������r������Ol to  perform  the  oper-  Cost of Ponder  I*--ir Mra   Mymea  Ar.   (in   mnasMrrtm-nta  (orte.t*   t  am II  v.1.11.; ..iii.  my  tiffin  la i fw,t a iix-hML  Wfirl-I   in   III   |������un<l>      Mv   li)|������   nnalsiiK! ti  miu-. tov *alal ii. im (,.������ ������n,| my t���������nt ������  I,,. ,..m m  />+  lli. In a,  A)  *, yitf'l  T'.ti'd Fnt  I������*r Mr*.  >���������".  Mr f������������t   **< 11.   le   tt  A)������. t,l.-*������ l������-������l me Jj.iw rmich tltx r.������ li������  >,-ii r'rino.l "������������������ 1 ncn' (.���������.' ,���������.- ������������������.,.,)  |������.*.i>r  ������i,'  ,-���������-.! : s   m l-f 1 "HIUliit  Your weight ia n������t nearly enough for  XI. ir  li' ll't.l     '",1    .-m    He   m  >���������������   , (><!.,.| ','.  >���������   1,"   t'if   no   >"'   'me   .no1 jour tniity  l,.|>- II*     (11.(1    ,|     I   )    I       ie       je, e|,,|,,  I  c.iiiiu.t icii vou j.fi bon  fnuoh ������he  I "���������������- -i tt it .- .-    * ���������������������������        -   ���������  t <    ii- <   i . it-,4  I  I  ���������i"l wh. ������ I u-t       l.'t 1 ��������� tl met  ttl������  it.lw*  11*^1  ml  I  1.4*  J THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Tha GuVolieriaiifl :m   j  is-vi-l   Every,   Tuesiai*   bv   the I  Cornox   &    Cu .-octrland;  Pub Uhiog   Company.   |  ������������������ ������������������ , j  This jitpcr will imr hold itself j  fi--.-, insili'.o tor the <>j,iiii.>ns,>l' mil-1  **"\ ns nun* '.ijipfar in i>> t'liliiiuit--j  *-on) t'yj . to timo. j  fNew  Tl'RSDAY,     MAY n  11)10,  >' ' I K is horc-hy given to.tt one tnontli  i'r-m tl te I inWd to ar,>ly t ��������� "Iih Super-  i.t.aient of Provincial Pulic", Victoria,  i in rnetvul of Uio hotel liieu o held by  ��������� io fur t'io Woodhus Stnppivjj ['luce, sit-  eatari ou Lot 178,'Comox Distrct, B.C  ANN IK   WOUDHI'S.  ,'Mtod -JS'h dny of April, H)Ui.  A'AQVlOHi-.h.iriAiygivn thnt ^n* month  ��������� ������������������������������������iii ,'lai.. i .utoml to apply t ��������� tlio Snper-  r'ntaudent i f Provincial Police. Victoria,  for a hniel 1'quor l'ceuee in t'.e Wilson  hotel, aitu&Ud at Union Buy, H.U,  John Hi*.mi*iu:ey, Jr. .  Dated '20'h day of April, lili (J.  NOTICK is bero'.y given that one month  from di������to ������e intoud to apply t-. the Sup-  erinteti'iiit of Provincial Police, Victoria,  for a renewal of the Hotel I io i ne held  liy as for tlio Nelaon hotel. Mcnted at  Uuion Bnj, 1*5.0. FflAHKi: ci liisHOP.  Datfd 26th day of Apri\ I'.tlO.  NOTICE is hereby given thnn,no month  from date I intend to apply I,������������������ tne Super-  iiitetnle.t of Provincial Poi,ce, Victoiia,  t������r a re;.eAitl of the hjtel lioft.Bu hold by  me for tue Wilsou hotel, 6 iu -md i>t Union Bay. , John llJiirmmv.  Da.cd the 26th. day of Apr i  litiO.  England  Hotel  l Tn der New  Management.  First-Class   Board  i������y  tiie day, week or mouth.  Reasonable Rates  The Bar has been new  ly replenished  with  the  with the choicest of wines  liquors aud cigars.  James   Walters,  Proprietor  Garden, Field  and Flower  Seeds  New crop now arriving from our growers,in England.France  Holland, Canada and the United Stated. All tested as to vitality 8i>d purity on arrival. The best in good enough ior our customers. Catalogue free. Business will le continued at our old  Ftand until May. After that in t:e\v location, which will be an-  nuunci'd later.       Address  M. J. HENRY, 3010 Wesminster Rd, Vancouver  Cook's Cotton Root CompooBi  The greet Uterine Tonle, aad  only  safe  effectual Monthly  {Regulator on which women can  depend.  Sold in three dearaea  ot strenfrth-No. 1.91; Na. 8,  10 degrees stronger. f3; No. 3,  far special cases, 3& por DOS.  Sold by all druggists1, or eeut  i      prepaid on receipt ot pripew  ������.    fYce pamphlet. Andrea: TBI  "SOMflta)18UllC0..T0ll0MTO.0KT. tterrmtoWiiimm,  1  CUMBERLAND, B  t****\W  NOTICE it hereby given th<t oq3 month  fr nu dut' 1 iauuidto apylj to tlie Supcr-  ii:t,rn������leui of Provincial Police, \ric:cria,  f.r the trausftr of the hott-1 license held  by mt! for the Wtlsun hottl. -itoated at  Union, li C��������� to John llu,i���������.lire>v Jr.  "^^~~~���������JoilN-Htnit-liiiKVr-���������-  I-'iiied 20th day -if Ayii!. JiiiO.  It' jlllUSi. htreby given thut -ne month  ir i.n dat I iutind io apply tn ths Sup, r  iiitu.d re nf Pr. v ucial IVI.l-o, Victoria,  fo   a r i ew '1 "i the hotel licei.hi held by  e fo- *hi  Lome   hot'),  ni titled at C<>-  i:i .v. Y,   . Fi.oi'KNa;  > . Cum.  J i.n ,1 *2('.th dny of April, l'.ill'.  Ko'iICiiisberel-y giveu tiia oue mouth  t o r, (Utt 1 intend to apply m Ihe Snptr-  iiitpntimt of Pi'ovitcuil t\.l c , Victiria,  I'm* a io -.wai ot tha hotel hcen o held by  mo for thu Kivermde liotul, k hinted nt  Cowttuny, B.C. 0, H. Ki'.'-'unur,  Dnteii ire 20Ui day of April IUI0  NOTIOK i������ hereby given thnt i nu month  from oAo J intond to apply t iln. ritiyor ���������  iuleudnnt of IVovanoinl rulico, Vjotoiia,  lui'tir tituMil n( tbe li.itei licouso held by  ma for the Union liotul, Hiumtoii at Uni  ui. B i;, samuki, 0, U'avjh,  l-mwd thn 2Ctii ray of A iml i OKI  NOTIOK ib Iwioby i.'ivoiitU'.i, ym-i month  f u a d.iU i intend t- ap,-ly tu tho Snpnr-  i tyadout >'f iToviiieiiil PuJi.w, Vjoicjin,  for i win wil of i he lintel litvn.-o held by  ii.������ for thu'\>urt.4iay lintoi, olaiitol nt  0 iirt-'.'iiy, H.C. Jons It, .Idijkwtu.n,  bat,,:tl '.OJi d���������y ot April, 1!)|0.  IvjTJC-r. i- Dtoby tfiywi thit One Uloiitll  !'t". i" ' A. ' i) -tit.lt, i app y t ��������� ihi; Supoi'.  i-'. ��������� ..*��������� nf rrovfiiciM Tut o , \'it! oriii,  I'.'l- a -���������' . t'/nl ( f tho hot J lii;*ni'ti Imld hy  mi- for thu KiK ,ui,yl, uit'.inli'il  ,a Com< ,\,  i-.t . lll.tiltliK (i      M.tL'liii.S'.M.u,  I nler] yilh day of April.lldK.  ,M. I'I hi i>. lit i-Aiy given tnul .uie iiiuutli  finim,!. tn I uittiinl tu apply in thu iSnpor-  ii*.. ud������������������ 1 of I'r. vincial I'l.icn, Victoria,  f. uihijihiiI nt Iht.'lioti'l Hu hm' liuld by  in f-i, ih. I'm . Atlanta li'.t, I, .-it uni. il ut,  t.'o.ni'X, i',������! .1,   it,   tlOI.MCS,  Uutoil UlJtli il. y of April. I'.tlll  Form No, 0.  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice.  Comox Land  District  District nf Coast.  TAKE n.it ice that Henry Arthur Voting, of   Vancouver, occupation Mastfr Mariner, intehclg to  apply for permission   to purchiisn  the follo"*ing descrilwd  lands:-���������  Commencing .at a post  plat.ted ou  Thurlow   Isltnd  about ouo mile  ,East-o������ii.miiii_ijoiii,t, Ji^idiULiJiiML  marked A. P.   A.,.K,   E.   cor.  thence West   30 ..chain?;... thew*v  South 40 chains; thenco East 40  chains: thenco along  shoreline to  point of coiiiiiiencement,  containing 100 acres ti'iorivor less,  Henry Arthur Young  Name of Applicant [in full]  Amhro*? P Allison,  Form No. 0.  LAND   ACT.  FORM OF .NOTICE.  Victoria Laud  District.  District of  Rupwrt.  TAKE NOT[(3E that A. Neville Smith, of Vancouver, occupation Law Student, intends to apply fur permission to purchase the  following described land*: ���������  Commencing at a post planted  at the North East corner of Lot 2  Beaver Cove, Rupert District,  thence 5 chains South more or jess  to the North West corner of T. L.  No. 37128 thence 40 chains East;  thence 40 chains North; thence 10  chains west more or less to the  saltwater thence following the  shore line in a South Westerly di-  rect.ioh to point of commencement  containing 80 acres more or less.  A, Nkailt.k Smith .  Name of applicant [in full.]  Per John Mathkks, Agent.  Dated January 24th, 1'JiO.  ���������Not_Q������ly is it a nice mild  smoke, but the- "Grand Duke''  Cigar has all. those necessary  qualities which give so much  satisfaction to the smoker.  Date Decern her 5th, WOO,  Agent  I    NOTICE is hereby  given  that thirty  I d'lyn idtei' d������te wo iutend to apply ti tie  Suiierina-ndeot of Provincial P������lice Vio-  ; t'-ria, for u renewal of thn hotel licence  j f.'i' tlio Willows Ho el siuiatca atGniiip-  jliol) Hiver, Ii. C. for the term of nix  | u.ouUis cumineuuiitg .July 1������, 1'JIO,  THULINitfcHANNEN.  Dated id Luaij, April 28th, t!H0.  MADE IH CANADA  M5  CmMtn  lll'tll  Nn  LAN I) ACT  I'V'fiii uf St)ii''i-.  t 'n',lin.\   Lllllli   Din,! i't, ;  ]>l������trii'l of vuu.I  Itingn |   iiiitigh, j  lini'iiiij^ii   Iu| t. i  T.\ 1\ I*) until'" Hllll  .Vh'i'-I Jiillll., '  in "I ui'   It'.V   I'     ( ���������.     I,.iiii'l|iiill'iiiijj'i| I  CHEM5CALLY WTl  Canadian Qovcrnmeni testa  show v/rj havo tho puiwt,  ^and hlfibcat strength gootls.  Gillett'8 iti u?cU by tho  best Bakers uud Catorerj  cvorywhore.   Costa no  moro than tho i.iferlor  adulterated kinds.  E,W.GIU.ETTCO,LTD.S  ^i Toronto. Ont. .||  rJ&knmmmMLmx  NOTICE in haicliy Kiven th*t thrty  tliyii after thto I iinetuj to upply to tbe  Superintendent of I roviiiciul I'ollou Vie  toiiu, for u reiitiWid of the hotel lioann*  f������r ihu M.ltiRpinii Until, siuit<d ut  hum1, li, 0, for the term of six month  oim������;iuouiuK.July lur, 1910.  FKKUEIOK THULIN.  Dutod atLmd, Apr! iStli, l'.UO,  Form No, I)  LAND ACT,  Form 'if Nfltkio,  Hiywitnl Lund Dituriot.  District of Vioioii.t.  TAKK NOTIOK that tlm N.������r������li'.UyV.f April, nVto.  NOTICE.  Ls the matter if thu '0Ului������l Adrainistru-  toia' Ao." and niiiemliug au g, and  I.n tho mitter ol Harry Martlu, dvceiiiod,  int' atito,  NOTIOB IS HRRKHV IllVB.V tllHt   liy  Ol'dol'  ot Hih Hoimr Judi<e B,ultof, ilitied the Sth  d.iy of April, lOlll, mude ia pumuiiiioe of  nti fi[iplioition in tho County Coure n* Nu-  i.nimo, li ilden ut On i.liei'liiiul, 1, tlie Uti-  der<i|{iied, OIHoiiil Aduiiiimtiutor for tint  pttrcof the Cim^ty of Nwiuiiiio ujiiipii������������d  m thu (,'oniox Klietiri) l"):strmt,, svu������ duly  nplioutod AtliiiiiiiKtutor of nh uiul nluUu  lur tlio ui*Ute, I'lTt'ijU ami oieJitH if Ihu  ubovu imiiKd IKny Murtin, who tl oil  witlii'i my juiUdliiiim at mioh Oflluwl  Ad-iiinii'-.riitor ou or iilmtit the lUtli d������y of  Mitch, 1010,  Ana fiii'ihor tuliti no iuo Hint ull diibU  ���������lm th i ".statu of tlm ������������nl duuetiHitd mint  in pulii to the niitii)ri.it|ii il with mt dtilit,,,  H1 ll tllltt llll 'lilt tl i������ ll tVlllg   fl illM   HgitillHt  thu  mtiil  HHtiitii nuut pi'unuiiii the muuu tu  (.lie iiudur. itfin.'d, duly xuiilic.il,  DtitiuUt (JiiiiiIiitUihI, IIC, this  l'Jlh  The Oliver Typewriter for 17 Cents  a day!  Please read the hetdline over again. Tiieo  IU tremendoue nignifioatice will ddwuupon  you.  Au Oliver Typewriter���������the standard  v sihle writer-tlie most highly perfected  typewriter oa the market-yours for 17 oeut*  a day!  The typewriter whose cor quest of the  ontnraeroial world is a nutter of Iwinees  hUtory-yourR for 17 oents a day!  The typewriter that iR equipped with  sooraof suoh oouvenieuoes as "The Balance  Shi{i"-"The Ruling Device"-The Double  Relinae"-"rhe Looouio'ive Base"-"The  Automauo Spacer"-The Automatio Ta'm-  lalor" "TheDiu-'pearing Indicator'*-"The  Adjnsfciblu Paper Fin  gets"-"Ihe. Scientific  CoDtlBtited Key-  'loan'"���������all.  Yours For 17  Cents a Day!  We announced this  new sal-in plan recently, juet to f,eel the  pulse of the people. Siuipiy a small cash  payment-then 17' cents a day. That i  tho plan in a nutshell.  The result has been i-nch a delnae of  applications for machines that we are simply astounded;  The  demand  comes  from   people of all  0la3ses.~alLag6a,,anj0CauHationB^_   U'' .  (iC'H'l'll t'ltl  r..i*  ttf-r '!���������,  f,.f  '. I'llllli' l|'  1  t  ��������� '  !.���������  )  [.   il,'i|l"'inl|nl|   lt.1,-1   ,,!,,  Jil.'lJrlili* l������H). lli-i'i'i* i I'll     t'lialu-,     i ti,i'i-    .'.i'-  I     ,lilt������,  IllHtH'i    -l.ltll tu     !  I'ucillii Lumlior Uo., Ltd , nf Unmet  Lf. C, (it!tfii|iuiiiiii Ltitiilittr Mitntif.tc ;  'ti'i'i*., inti'inhilo apply for iienim-- ���������  ���������* uu to pvnuliuHi' lha following dtit-;  ll'lt I'll lullllf.    - !  (' tmniMi)i>in������f nt   n \ttt*t.  tihintorl i  "tiioiTiiiiiii, iii-'.ii. I,.,������.','f ({nrtk iHiif'f, ���������< elm iim and i  jii.m..fs"'ii   ),<  'A Uh. N'/.i'th fmm   H, K.   rorncrl  *\..i>    u,-...���������!!..,| '���������M\  ti    |,,it.   OH.   ||���������.���������    N���������rt|, .J(|l  I . 1. ..... II      1.    .    1 /.   .   .  W.   VV,  WJkUKM,  Ullluml A'lmiin������tr������tor.  ��������� ���������'  ��������� ���������      ���������"  If.irm N".!)  I.ANIi AOT.  i  tl.it._f  I'i-    '/,"'('   i-'ffi\   /.���������( ,t,,  t      lIlH     11* tf til      llf     fl.llilll   l|. . HI, 1,1  ��������������� - iiui \-tji "" ''ti'i-ii.' i ,tu,i   .iv  (,���������    ��������� mi'.<- ur If-  lJiivi'l|S"'i Wni'ii I'.,,  Ailnil .1 'Iii ������������������-ii,   \j;i*n*.  .-!   Mhh-Ii l-t. l.ll i.  KIMM Uf  HOtUm-t\  Itl.UlC J������lilU J'i������li..J,  Dihlriil of Now W.i.tiuiim'er,  . T.VKK NOnoKthnlHIeanor H. Mal-  ,i   ,,   ,���������,3i|'liiin.',f "���������I'hiHtiii.i.ut 10cli.iiii������n..;|,H)),in,,lui, j,,(. im,a\iou ������p|r.it������r.  i ,S|>tK'iullii'fni'.������ '.in. l\') UjI, thi'li South    utouit ��������� tuni'P'v fur p< tihih inn to ptirohuro  ''thoii', >J'i cluiiiin, iIkhi aloii(> Hliorc of  '",1 i"i'i"|iu������ im.������������,���������   '..uu������- -...,*, *i *  Sit   *i> . IJ.ty io nl������i'������jnf o.inmKritv.'l"*1''1 ""1 "ltho '���������"������������������"���������t loruercf H.  ,,, ���������,       i-    , i;        f.n  ii   t   . ���������.,      ������.M., J������l, thwwotorth W)di'ii*n, flieniw  i������,.il....h,-tl���������H������f,0.(..Ui28.     lirS0(,,��������� Um{W Hi(|lt|) w  tin: .Ni.uni Pm.'II'U! Lt'MlUiit Co,.  ,h,.l(������������������ WB,t,Wlcli������iuH to th������ pMun of Im*.  Lmm;i. ^iimiiijf.       KLKAN'OU 11. MALL011V.  Num.. ..I applicant in lull K"w'u'" ������KR"'"!������". A������������'*t  A   ������h.,tl^nr, Agr.,1'    *** *^ Wn.1. IMa  UAci i,vh jitMuirv. una ;  ������������������������   mmm  ' FOR  HA LB-At   N.   V*>u>r\  I'liut'ch.   ('utnox,   n piiitl oiguii,  l,riw,$4l������.     Apply C. V. IVw,  The majority of i, qu'riea has cotnn from  people nf knowing fintinoial standing who  wen-, attracted by the novelty of the proposition. An impressive deinonstratii.u < f  the im!i.en8e puputnaity of the Oliver Typi  writer.  A sturtlitig conflrmnition of our belief thst  the Ern of Uuiversnl Typewriting is at  hnnd.  A Quarter of a Million People are Making MONEY with  HJC, , -A.  OLIVER  THR STANDARD VI81IJ1.K WRITBK  The Oliver T^ pewritor iB a inoiiey in nk> r  rislit frmn tie w ird "gnl" So easy to run  Hint begin om' sooi get in dm "oxperk"  cIiibh. Burn an jmu Unrn. Let the ma-  ehiuepiy tho 17 ooutaa aay-nud nil nluive  that is yourri.  Wheiever ymi nre, thoro'M work to he  d'tiiuiin I liioiiiy tu be niiiii by UHoinn the  Oliver, Thn bniUeak wnrld m ohIHuh for  Oiiv r opeiHtnri.1 Tlicr-iare not enough to  Hiipply tho dennuil. Their s^luriim nru con-  s'derthly nhovo thote of tunny olausjn of  worken.  *An Oliver Typewriter in every home!'  That in our battle cy today, Wo havo  iiimHi tlioOHvur HUpriiiie iu iiHofuhn'HR nnd  abiolutaly iiuliii|)eiiHiible in liiuiuo������H, Now  oinnoH tlm mmiiuuHt of the home.  The kiiiipliuity umi utrouutU ot tho 0 Ivor  lltit for fimilly uhu, It in houoming an  important'tio or in,ti*liu liome trmuii'Kof  youiiy ptoplc, An uduautiii'in well ill n  iiiiiney tuuker,  Our now williiiK plan pu'H tho 01 vo'  i ii the tliro������liulil of fvory hoinn in Amer-  inn, Will you cl<n;o the door of \ovir  home or o|lb������ un I bin reinurlublo Oliver  o|i|i(irluiiil\,  Write for further iloUiln of our eiiy  offer ���������iidafieo c |iy of thu now Oliver  iiiitii'm.      AddroiM  The Oliver Typewriter Company*  Thn Oliver Typewriter Building,   |  Obicuffo, lili., u.a.A.        ,  Wood's Pfcosp&odisw,  The tjrrat F:i(iHsh Bemtdy.  Tones and invigorates tbo wholo  norvoua pyetein, nutkee iiuw  Blcod in old Veins. Carts Nero-  otti Debility, itcntal awl Brain Worry, Iks  ponuttiu-tf, Sexual Wtakntss. Kntiasieas, Sittr  Singer Sewing Machines for  sale on easy terms at the NEWS  OFFICE.  Satisfaction ��������� Buy a "Grand  Dnken and have satisfaction. Union made, hand mado,- and made  from clear Havana Filler,    ,  plntn pkif. ou receipt ot price.  Acu������ jxtm-aW  mniledfrtt*. Tha Wood Modioino Co. *  ���������  ' Toronto, Otifc  ii***. m-ity**/ i t-*1*     ��������� evm w  ���������ifonnerty Windsor}  HAVE YOU BEEN  A WINNER YET?  Have you won a set of our  difhet?? Whether you have won  a set of dishes or not, you are still  a winner if jou have: beeu using  STANDARD  The numbers drawn for April  are 77760   91196  83846   99999  93753" 93836  59560 85736  92330   86639  ���������Manufactured by���������  Vancouver Milling  & drain Company Ltd  VANCOUVER, B.C.  Advertisers 'will confer n favor  hy bringing nj Mldir nds, not'latpr  thnn Momhiy, au this will onahlu  the������������������ pi'int������i'i������, to insert it in the  next issue on tho following Tuesday.  ESQU1MALT   &    NANAIMO  RAILWAY COMPANY.  TENDERS FOR CLEARING RIGHT-OF  WAY.  Tendkrh will bo received up to Apuii  30th, 1910, uddressed to R. A, Bainbridge  Divisional Engineer, for clraring of tb&  tight-of-wny, Couiox extension, Kequimult  & Nauairao Railway, between Union Bay  and Oyster River.  Specifications sad particulars of the location can be secured at the ollice ot the  DivUional Engineer, R & N.Ry., Viotoria.  The lowest or any tender uot neoesarily  accepted. H. E. BEASLEY,  Superinuudent.  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  IF YOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO THK  NEWS. FIRST-CUSS WORK  ���������    0. H TARBELL  !  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Ami nil KITCHEN    UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  nnd  General Hardware  City of Cumberland Sewerage  Senled tenders'.ndoiHe'l      To-'tV" i'o ���������  Sewerug-.''Will be receive! np lo 4   ���������. n:  on the 23rtl d >>��������� of Mcy, 191(Vj������     t-   v ���������  dersig'nfd tor theci'iiRt'Urtip.   A ������������������.���������.>"-i������������������  sewerage wort-��������� for  h ��������� Co;|io".ti. n  C'tyvf Ciini'-rhmf1. !!,<'.  I'lnn-, B������������������ 1'ii'i.--'ii;' x i-nut-sdi i>! d  Ptj'rtus .'f T .*'|." - ,'.y r,, V.J..V c,-.. ,,r ^fter  the 5 th I'iiv .. .;>;.. ;i ;,.jvi.. . .'-������������������.,,,. at {'��������� ������  i.ftici. ,.f il'i*   ; ; ;., - '!���������, ������������������:.-,.,'.. fjhnr|.    '  Eaoh pi'Oy.,.--.'! l\i"... . Ij.'    ������������������-.������:.���������   mil    A- '.'���������  an aocopten huiil. oh,  '-, -or ��������� ���������;A  d-vosit). ona ehiuteif'   b.        i       -    ,.  made paynble t" the 'Jur^orari-.ti'   ..., ih:  City bf Onmberlanfl, for ihe sum v>f  )'iv.<  Hun<lred Uoilnri, whioh siitill be f<" f ..t .ti  if the pntty tt-ndering decline or  i������->gioct  tti execute tbe contract when  ciHed upon  t.i do eo, or if he fail tu complete the tvork "  oontraoted for.    ' Tha cheques orctrt-.fi-  cate-<>f-depo8!t-of^nsuc-ess.fi!lj.tMjdtaird  will b������ returned to tliem lipon the exeoa-  ti.n of the ooutinct.  A ���������,'intriiitee bond in the sum, of Five  ThousHiid Dollars will be required as security for tlie fnitliful pLiftirmiiiice- und  cimjiletion otthe work.  Tenders will not bo ooosidered unless  made ont on the f irnwunpulied uhieh mny ������������������  be obtained nt the office o^the Gity Glerk,  Ci niUerknd,  The lowest or an.vntendernot npoe������������arily  accepted.      ALKX:. MuKINNON,  <% Clerk.  Dated i������t Camberliud,.B.C., April 5(b,  1010.  s.s."LrrtiiA"  Licensed for 50 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points,  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms tn purties by  the dav or week..  For particulars apply tb���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G.LI, WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox, 13. C.  ���������mrmrmm^jm **.*  Seeds  NOTIOK  Any jw'son or pornons, nnttingi  roniiivinn or taking nny bl������iekn,  timber or wood, of ftny dti������(irijitioiin  lelongin^ to tlio Wellington Col-  liory (Jo'y,, or front or off tlm bind  of tho HHid Ooinjmny, will In* pro*,  eouteil to tliu full oxtunt of tl<v law,  V, D. Littlf.  Supfriiitiiiiilent  Wellington Colliery Co,y,  :;.-llli i)J  til     fWlMI-  '   "i^lny:  ic   ������! 11111 -  n.:i\, wNk u nh\K  . i.Mi.  I������M: SAT,R-<MiniM<������MiiM ry  j.-ii' A*,fiiu������*. 2 !i������ni������������.������   di.   \Vi'i-  ��������� '���������Mii������������i'f,   2    iiri'i-i*������   ������>������r   Ant   m  ���������at ���������  ii'iu.i I  M'/ia l.,t ,,f lx.4 nod  >;".l' "T.  flml.li  I  J1 '*  *t: O  KOU  KALE- Ki,,J U  I'.ll^fl   Tt|,eMrrjff|  ill    p. n\   nr.,������-|'     (,\.4t  ji���������.'.*������m������ will fc.*l������ In* **������������..,.������.    ,j,  J'n'mi. Siw JkJjH I |.iy Ht ibwofRr. |  Crloiir i littiloq  Send ub your name snd  adrtrem and we will mail  to you absolutely froo, the  most contploto catalog of  sportsmen's supplies ever  published  on  tho   Pacific  CwkL.  FRASER HMMRE GO.  VAWCCUVCW   B.C.  L  n\> YXTi-nv VtVT) in anv  ijtiiintHv, Vy the, jitXPUapa or  by the pouud,  Ornamental Shrubs  Fruit Trees  drown to ault the B. 0,  ollraata.  itiiti  Catalogue  Free by Mail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Ltd.  786 Onmvni������ frr**t  P. 0.  Do*  1068  VAWCODVf & *. 0.  NOTICE,  ftlrlim* nn ln*������nmriHv-������* unrl   mil  wny r-txrt of  th������   Union   Pollinry  Company by any peruon  or )u*r-  ���������om���������sxeept tain crew���������-ia mtrictly  problV������ted.   Employees rrt tub-  lne. todwrniHwl for allowing: kftni-  By order  Fhancts J) Limn  MKna������tflt>  FOUS'ALK-I'ulv i,r#d nl.ifo  T^pborn ronntnw} thin yenr'* Idrft*,  liatulii'd from imporltil p_g^������.  GtiHTnntt*vd trt������n flit? l^t ������^g lay-  injt utrttin on the ronst. Price $1  tmeh, Atiitly ,1. r,������itiHH*f, C������'inox  popt office, H. C.  'I WI  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  S^  THE NEWS  For $1.00 a Year  JSOTJCK is hereby given that  SO day's after date I intend to npply to the lion. Chief Commissioner of Lands- and Works, for a Li-  tense to prospect for coal und petroleum on and under the follow ���������  ing land situated in the Coinox-  Distriet:-���������Commencing at a post  marked southeast corner of churn  No. 2, placed about 20 chains west  from the S. E. corner of Section  32 Detiiiian Island, running West  80 chains North 80 chains, East  80 chains, theuce South 80 chains  to point of coiiiniencemeot.  BEER    BEER   OO tO  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UNION BREWERY BEER  Drink  U   B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B. C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  if  ;v  ��������� /  Dut-oil Marc I;  Konn Nn. I':  Harry McClnsky.  J.  E. Butler, Age ii  i I'!.t.h',.l'.������10."  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-4JLAHH  CANDY, FIU/ITS.  OIGARS ik TOBACCOS  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-end servkie  between Vancouver,  Nnnaimo. Union, C.kcjX, by  the  etaul Clyde built twin ������ji������-w  Bteauur "C0VV10HAN"  Sailing aa under���������  Lcnvea Vancouver, Saturday 8pm  Arrives Nanaimo, Saturday 12 p in  Arrives Union, Sand iv C n tu  Arrives Coniox,   Sunday 8 a tu  Returning:���������  Leaves Coum*. ^uuday 4 |i m  Leavea Uoio.i .Sunday fi p m  Arrive* Nunaiwo, Sunday 1) p in  Ari ivea Vnimouver Mouday 7 h in  Stage leaven Union tor Cuinlierlau I tv-  ery.���������Sunday uioroingon arrival of "(!OVV-  IOHAN-," and leavea Curat>et]m,d Hotel  at 1 put, connecting with ateuu.er ,i;  L'oiou.  Slimmer months are BOVRIL  month.. A cup of BOVRIL  with u biscuit gives all  necessary nutriment when  meat it not relished.  Try a little BOVRIL in your  canoed meats.  BOVRIL  71  D. Hunden  r/\vn A'JT  h  T|  IK  ���������(���������:  riiriMiptit-  ! ���������   j ...    ii   -. .s .o. apply   for'pei  minion co least', the   following described lands: ���������-On Cortes Island,  'll. C. being tha' portion of Squii*  rel Cove known as the   iioi*tlie':isr-  erly arm and lescribod as follows:  c  H  O  ESQ Ul MALTA NANAIMO  RAILWAY -COMJ'ANY.  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby  given that the Esquimalt and Nu-  iniiino Railway Company did on  the eleventh day of April, 11*10.  tlepusit in,the Land Registry Ofli  In t\\A matter uf the '-Tramway  Company Incorporation Act"  aud auiowJiug Acts; and in the  matter of The    C< mox   ai.d  Campbell Lake Tramway Company Ltd.,  TAKK notice that, a map or'plan  and hook of'relWenco showing the  lands presently intended to be pap-  cein the city uf Victoria,   in  tiy  ^ ovw ������������������,, ^m fo]. thp ��������� nf_  Province of   British    Columbia, r,  , Df>se nf t  Plans, Profiles and Books  of lief���������  >f  itf  ermice showing the locution  j il'.)-''  pose nf the above Company's tram  vv.-:y and n- ij-fn'Tis'   <l,vc,,.r'p'*it>5i   c-f  i-i-l l-,.\ ! i.,-,'.'..    ���������.���������'���������-���������   ��������� ��������� .  H*ip     of  '*..,..  Walworth-Rolston Co. Ltd-  1020 Westminster Ave.,     Vancouver, B>:,  *s=CmTnreTOiugTira~~post plan^^.d"p^^^^-H"I"^M������H^^I^^M���������*���������^'H^,^������������������l���������  | Cumberland Livery  on     the    sliore.    about        200  yards  northwest   of   the,   north  wj.������ corner of timber limit 3(5205 ^ and   F^C(I  SUlbl?...  thence    southeasterly  along   the T ' ' '  northeasterly shore one-hnlf mile  1*  more or less to  the southeasterly! ���������{*  shore thonco following the south- ������������������  , " ���������'  ������������������  easterly shore in   a   southwesterly] ������������������  direction 12(30 yards more or less to  the soiitluvesterly * sIkii'h thenee  ii'irthwesterly along the southeast*  westerly shore produoed along the  imaginary line 'across' S-pnrrel  Cove to a point on the northwesterly shoro thence northerly along  the westerly shore to the north  shore theuce southeasterly along  ��������� the northeasterly 8l|lJ>'y to pf>iut of  coniiimrieenieiitiiiid containing si.\-  ty 100J acres more or less.  Helen Hull, Applicant.  Dated March 'Ut,' 10LO.  Form Nn. 0  LAND ACT  Section 84  Rupert Land District.  District of��������� ���������  TAKE NOTICK that Arthur  Thomas Goo.lspoed, of tlio City of  )' victoria In the province of British  Columbia, occupation   a fanner,  intends to apply for permission to  ihwruh'iM) the following described  Virtml;���������Commencing  nt   a  post  (jplitnteil at tnu southwest (���������oriiorof  Iftho Indian Hotervo at Hardy May,  ^Vancouver Island,thenee north h-  ((long   tho   western   honndiiry   of  hniliiui Reserve thirty chaliiH to  !,h������ soulh lino of Timber Limwae  ' JJiitnper   4H082, thenco westerly  oity chains, thenee southerly for-  y chain* to Ti������nl<j"������to Creek ami  hni|co cimtai'ly   following along  he uiifd Creek tn the pnhit nf ortnt.  luiMtncniiMit,   nnd  ro.ntidnlng   one  hundred and   forty  (U0)  acres  jnore or leas-  I Artuub Thomah Ooumprkh.  . ,,r v���������t, mm  JQHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST-CLASS-''  RIGS : OF : ALL  KINDS   *.*  e e  ��������� Duiisinuir Avenue  ��������� j CUMBERLAND,  B. C.    *  Vou 'can 'how obi.iiiii; tiie''Uu fiftier  land News for lor $1.00 a year.  Let tii������ ^pnd it lo you. Payable in  advance.  Old papers for 8ale at the Nows  OIBee.  Lever Drotliers, Toronto, will send you  free a cake of their famous I'lantol  toilet soap, if you mention, this pajier,  E. O. Rmdo Pipe Utting nnd  Gonoral repairing,  i a season at  D. HUNDEN'S  NOTICE  Every Monday and Tuesday I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Butter and all kinds of Vegetables  and     also       potatoes; will  sellcheaj). ,,,  Chiu Ykuk,  Sandwick.  Always the same, and just as  good as ever. The "Grand Duke"  Cigar.  ��������� ixioary, otM.Tti.iiiry:  .l.>a;('U IP.  ���������or  f Anril. 1910  MUNICIPAL  NOTICK.  The ntsi.u-il sitting of the Ot;urt ot Ko-  vtaiou for the liiitoiciptility of Comber-  land will be hold in tbaOottno 1 OiiKinberu  on Monday, May 16th, 1910, et 7:3(> p.m.  No i les uf appesl' must be iu writing,  s tttiug ground cf .onipla ut, aud mu������t be  :iu-t*ie-hands���������ottbeTMBESi'JF^t-l������HIt~Bn  ��������� I ���������       . .   ���������  iay .4 bcfire the date ot the first nnuu������> Bit  ting t.f the Court of lteviiiim. p  A.' McKIKNOV, Ci y Clerk.  Oumb rlaoii, B O , Apiil llltli. 1910.  !.'.,, v. V,n;i.''t. t,k-*a,-,cr . in J-tovt-i  and ranges; uIfo plumbing and  pipe fittino; and general repairing  Third Street.  New Westminster Laud   District  District of New Westminster  An Ad in   the News  pays.     Try it.  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC  Having bit-It n large warehouse and null  a*. Count-nay, I will in future keev on  hind a Block of nil Kinds of Hay, Grain,  nnd Ft.ptl'-.at lo*pnt market rates. A  Bp^oinltx will be made of roller crushed  lend f.r hois-a whioh ������lll make ti H^vinR  ot oue third in the 00 t of feed. Onlais  (fiveii tbe tenmster nr It phone will bo  p oniidy tilled. Thmdcingyou for your  pitr nngt. in ihe past and unlioi'icR a umi.  tinu noeof tlie HBtno oi broader liuea, I  beg iu rtn.Hi 1  Y'onrs to oommnudi  BVRON CRAWFORD.  TAKE NOTIOE that Fred  Thuhui, of Lund, merchant, intends to apply for permission to  purchase the following described  hinds: ���������Coinniencing, at a post  planned at tlie North East corner  of .iUnglioni Island, and running  around the shore _ of the entire  island to point of commencement, containing one hundred  acres more or less.  1 Fred Timlin,  Dated Fubruary 4th. 1910.  SUBSCRIRE FOR THK NEWS  ONLY. ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.  1  I  NOTIuK!b hereby given tlmt 80 days  after dft'o T Intend to npply to tho Hon.  The Cliief Coniuiimd. norof Linds aad  Worlth for a licenHe to pnmlieot for ooal  and |Mti-olenw under the felluwluu described landi, mtu xie in Siiywnrd Diitiiot,  and da cribod m follow. i-CoiiinnntiV  st a pout plantml at the point nb mt !iu  rb 'in* north ut tho 8, E, oorptr of tln.bor  lease Nn 40, tin noo noutii IK) olininu tu  the 8, K oiiruor of timber limit No. 41),  theuco we>t 4U oliuini, thence nurtli lit)  ohuiu������, tiwt an ohain-i to plauu of com  uifiRCtnent,  Dated this lllth dny of April lfllO.  E, ritlEST.  NOTICK in hcri'by xiven tbat U0 dny*  if.cr date I intend tn apt ty tn the Umi.  Tha Chief loumiimi ner nf Linda ind  V urki for 11 liu 1110 t<> prnnpeut for unul  nnd prtrnlou 11 undor the f<<tlo > f * tnr de~  Boriiiid In du, Mtiute In Snywunl Ulnttlol,  and being Ixii 71. Q i< ���������*m Klvor, Indim  ltnwiv :-Con niendiig nt a p'lia plmtrd  uttlo N.W, ('urnrr of mdil 'Hiwom-,  Ihe '������e������H. 40 oh'iitm, ino u ur Ion tu llm  in rth ...fit I'lirntr of naid Itemrvo, thu,iu������  ������.,uth ni I'lmliiH, mnr.- or ln*n to die fi. K,  umnor of mi d Kemrvi*, thtnuo want 7ft  ol ntua, inure ni Uu* t ��������� the H XV, utiri.ui* uf  11 ilR'Uivo nn Uu ii-iiiii Kivnr, tlietiou  i>. ttli-Weil) ������|i������ng Quiuiwui Hiver to tln-  N. VV. u ruer if ttenurve, plauu if ooin*  1110 wmnit.  I������4 Jt I.IIHIi.Uy of April li)0,  MAHJA JANK miKflT.  li. I'll -nt, A|(eDt  NOTICE is hereby given that  thirtv days after date I intend to  apply to the hou. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a  license to prospect for coal and  petroleum ou and uuder the following land situated in the Coinox District. Commencing at a  post marked S.W. corner of claim  No. 1, placed about 20 chaius  west Irom the southeast corner of  section 32 Denman Island, running east 80 chuius, north 80  chains, west 80 chaius, thence  south 80 chnins to point of com*  niciici'ineut.  HUGH STEWART,  J, IC. HUTI.KK. Agent.  Dated March 14th, 1910,  ifo tn right thn wroiijj he Imp doi',  and vitils her here with a view ��������� f  tiirninjj her now vicious nntine,  handing hor a copyof'ho lliblf.  She doei> not rccognizA him at 11 ret,  hut wlien Hhe doi'H flie flitin into  fury, l.ufttiiiR hia body and fno  witb her lUta and the bonk. Ho  lc im* hor and sho sits uioodily on  the bunch with thu book on lier  lip   .Shortly sho turns  its pneoa  Tho following i* a synopsis of  ���������'Resurrection" by Leo Tolstoy,  and will hufihown uttlio City Hall  on Wi'diiMHilay utnl Thursday May  11th aud 12th. It will itlt-o hu  repuntod iih an extra film on Saturday evening, May J 4th.  RESURRECTION  Fr������e adaptation nf LeoTolr.oy'**  powerful novel, The suhjoot 'ipt-ns | and lo, the Resurrection I Hor oyoa  with the roHirn homo of Prince j full on bhe phhhuka (John xi, 25),  Pimitri, who nieute Kutuhhu^t P������'" i ''And Jchui Hiiid unto her. I am ih������  fnnt girl nnd in nxctvidlngly charm*! Rrisurrecdon Hnd tint Life; hu Unit  oil with hor hi'ii'iiv, Young, intifi buliuveth in mo, though he wero  opnt nnd its pmtty an 11 nm the le-jdund yetihall l,o live," In an ins  wiio'diiRly fiiHoinnioH tlm princo j tent her whole being chungon,  Ilipgnobla appenriitice hkmvhe im������ Tnuro in hupa hir her sulvmiini,  )imnst her, nnd hi* littlo ntivnthnv; nud Hhe rirndi on. Thu gunrds ar ���������  bother hor, until m IhiIhIidU u������������|r;Vd Rnd wo next we her with tlm  iihlnto mlri IiIh nilvunoei. The pi,���������r unlurttumtM trudging over  poor plrl is meted iheiiHtinl fii.p.  Au Hlliunce Uouf'of the quniilion.  Tho diipuity of the uunks uv-on for  bids it, nnd xoon 1 hi- prince mu-t  edit her n*ido, Five yarn later ni)  Iind thnt the girl, who U now 11  Wllmome fight, hm lortinrd the  bitter Iunioii uf the o'er mil truth  "the wugen of fin In dealh."     Il ir  ��������� ' |hii,vhUiiii ln<l|nnn tli.-nM r������'"������-" ������������������nin  That are   n   Selec������   lM\e,   YourM,,- .,m, d,,xVlt tu i),chou.Ald'Vt. ������.,,��������� w)|(,m ,, kll(,|n���������w u ftl, mde-t*.,.  Mind Nnturully Tunis to the       |hii������I ia urre.-le.l in 1, low Uuwkii ),,���������,,,,, blto>|nKi ���������,u|   i.iil.li.m i������������������i  When Vou Are Thinking of  Bicycles  the mow chid Mappe* towitid tho  im tl froui wlienco low return, Hm  boomed tlio ministering angeh ���������bf  ring hor itomforti with them Tho  piince ineniiwhilo, lots yeeured ber  |.i������rtlou, sntl hailenti nf er Imr. Uix'  ing her tti������ welcome notice ho U������.h  her to rriinii with liiin uh hia wil.;  but no, el.K prefern to work nut h.*r  QivicfAV     "Wit-mV-iav |I,V,Y"*   As rlio i������ ctrrietl tti tht? tn J t ,r,.u.#,||i |ij,nreii������iine������*H thf  w->rM  Dinger,   JXUrauer,|bUiiul*ho pkwnh  Print*  DimUrl, l(lf lll(l ,������������������, 1(f UiaVt m we  i���������,Vl,  The Courtenay Hotel  livery eonvrrdon������e for gueati.  ThtO������nti������l Hot 1 for IporttmoB  N'niit*. but thi*. lk*t ul Wute* nnd Liquor-  \t the her,  RATE!        REASONABLE  John Johufctotu    Prop  VOTIt'V, in I nntiv g\vou Vi.i 3 > **-*  at.or date 1 It.tuhd tu apply to the Unit,  Tlm thief Ci.nuaiwiomtr of LonHe aid  Workii for ��������� lleenw tapnmptet Mr e������������iil  :,,KSr;,r.:!",1u?.;:',,.0���������!":^ t\ Royal Enfield,  ���������mld*wlilmd ������������ f.|l *e:-<Jomttieiiciiitf 1 JK    C\r.M*r.i'YTT  a n |H>ei plnuieil nt inn 8. VV. oiruor of > O*   WW V tOAHiAJ *  w*^VwJL^S^r������.TiWehBvt them all    Write forjlhV"ry' hlu t,,,,y.nre'! 'f^  ] >��������� (������������������ ih������I*. It,eorner 11 (Maitm Rivar, \ jnnd pny no Mtteniinti   tn tlm 11  1 dlnn Itenerve, Lot 7i, tlioie^ mat 00 prices, with Free Wheels, Coast  aU ha .nrl|,IHoU.t..a U. th.^U, boxta- . fe  ilutj , f I. 1 liti  tba u������ ������<i*t 30 obaiea, "  ,, o<e <r itw t ��������� |i*h * if Minimal ooment.  Imted th'* iUtbday <>f Ap il I'JIO  KOV MAI IIUW AN.  Iter   t, ei'lliiiU in tlm  nnon   nl   iho  Mtt 1    OOW eel'* tlm li.rrlt.'i.  *,"i'A. '  hi no*.   He ������i.������wi np-i.titnt i������nd   utX ��������� Ul(, ������������������(J, Vitm4  ulieinptlto p'o������d her cmii-������- tiefoie , n   . ���������  * It  pay no HHetuimt  nutm iir������u-  ti.mita fur nor ug.iiii*, ai d ' y toea  WIS DO UKNTINf;  AND   KUPAIKIKO.  1)1 V.U.  Wi* Imve jii't  li'intud   nf  llm  ..(Iwbil vote in !���������..������������ li������*r ������������������ t 1.. Si   ������h������Hib.if Mr. .1. I iruh.in. of I ������,*.,.  Wth.   *h* in ifra^'l   ���������"���������' 1     1 i; ���������"���������-" i-'������������-l.    T'������������������ '��������� -. ,1 .���������!   o.,. ���������-  l������n ofii.teiil.on  Mitiitrdd  **t>U <-������������������������������������������������������> '"���������' m������������.' -'<}���������  THV AN AD IN THK  NKWS  it wat u������u> uutsittm  ��������� -1 hit   nt   pour    Off rt"1" '���������*���������    '���������!'*' m;..'i- '.ili   m- .1; <���������  K.Fri..t,A������>.t Thos.PLIMLEYi*r"r,'',,Jf,,"lf nt,y "':,w " io ���������   <mtm                                                                                        Mitnnii     Iwinpr*.    Tbe      r������;fiil.4li .               ���������"*���������*"  UIoGov,t Mteet, Victoii.i, l'..C.  (fincp  d������������^rr������ilfm*i  mi  tiv-   ij. ������i! "'    t  Tl.,*  1 ���������  Xictijt 11  ,..f. r.���������  u v.  \jjtr Opposite ������Spcticuu. THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ^ His ^  Courtship.  By HELEN R. MfARTIN.  ���������I "TiUie: AMennonits MU*."  CkpyrMU, ttm, bv McC}un. ItiWiptACo.  .1       '  ���������MdHtiifred.)  .. ������������������������������< * ��������� ���������  ������*l  CHAPTER XI.  KINROSS, sauntering in front ot  the porch, overheard the farmer  "fixing" poor lieu.  "There ain't uo use your set-1  tin* liere waitin'. She's went off buggy 1  ridin' with, our Abe.    Him aud Iter's j  wonderful took with each other, ami i  neither of 'em's got eyes fur no other I  ones." ��������� j  "I seen Abe's buggy ahead of me j  when I was drivin' over here," Hen i  answered, his tone expressing timid j  doubt of tlie truth of Mr. Moruitig-  star's assertion, "and 1 didn't take  notiee to no lady settin' alongside of I  him. He rode clean down the pike j  ahead of me. Our buggies was so i  close apart I could see right iuto his'n. j  And till I got here a'ready Eunice she ,  was here."  "She knowed better'n to git In with  bim near here. She likely walked over  the   schoolliouse   and   behind   Zour's  .  church up and then got in his buggy  ; .above   the   town   out,   so's   us   we  ,',;��������� wouldn't see her."  .',, Very low In his mind and looking  abjectly disappointed and discouraged,  Henny ou receiving this informatiou  rose to go home.  Kinross mused on the situation as I  for an hour longer he wandered up  and down the garden in the gathering  night. His promenade brought him  ex-ery now and then to a.corner of  the bouse from which he could see in  "nil .unoccupied and reputedly "Iwunt-  ed" part ot the* building a" faliit flicker-  ln������ light in one of the windows,  ^HeJntEiieonJoid^ con  cerning' the   ghost' who   visited   this  wing.of the old bouse.   The Morulng-  .Blars were very proud of the distinction of living with the only ghost of i  the   township,   and   strangers  to 'the (  nelghlHirhootl were never left long in j  ignorance of it. Kinross felt sure, from  what he had seen of the family, that i  none  of  tbem  could  possibly   lie  Induced to go near that haunted quarter  of the house after dark and he was  naturally puzzled, therefore, lo account  for the light he saw ln the window  Just now.    lie thought he would ask  Mrs. Morningstar to let bim sleep In  the haunted room some night und see j  whether  he could not meet  and lay !  the spirit that troubled tt,    It did not j  occur to hitn to associate the light wllli ;  , the absence of Kunlce,    lie accepted, j  UH unquesttonlngly as did lien Muckle- j  henny, Mr. Moriilugstii.r's story of lier ;  clandestine drive  with  Abe,    Indeed, ;  the  family's ngltatlon over the  fact j  .  was keeping them up long after their j  usual early bedtime, iih he knew from !  the lamp light In the kitchen lo which !  the circuit of his stroll  periodica Ily  brought him,  lllk Impressions of Kunlce were In :  dire confusion find refused to lend ;  themselves to readjustment. Thnt h !  girl capable of even accidentally read- ]  lug "The Compleut Angler" and ills- ;  i cussing It ns Khe hml done Hliifulil i  't'tilUe up" with Abe Morningstiir was :  singular, to say the least, '('lie (lower- j  like I tea nty of her face, ihe peculiarly j  thrilling quality of her voice, her grace j  jjjfdj In some respects, exqnMleniw j  "made It Been) Incongruous that she {  uliould, ns Mr. Morningstiir Innl ex- \  pressed It, be "wonderful timk with !  our Abe." And then the Intelligence ;  *Iie li.id revealed this evening what '  xxnn It she Inn) wild nbout "The I'mii-  Jilcttt Angler?"-II wus not "for Its |  didactic luNtructloiiN about fishing" >  tliHt slie 'cured for It. but "for the ',  anecdotes scattered through it. the  (juotiitioiiH mid MongH and poems,"  (J is id Lord! Should tie presently ills-  cover   that   Abe   was   fiiinllliir   wllli  I'lilitieer  and  Kpeuser  ami  that  Ollle !  was  a   student   >>f   Shukespeare  and  Milton?   lie coiilMi't Imve I u more  uMou'hIi.'iI If be bad found Mrs, Morn ]  Ingstnr Hunting Henry .liiines nr mum ,  iirpMH Mr, Moruiiisjstiir Intelllgi'iitly  rending tleorge Meredith Am ii psychologist hi. iniiiii not reeniieile the  fact ������������f the girl's liavllig left sehool nt  tile   nge   of   twelve,   iiccul'ilillg   In   tier  foster mother's own acknowledgment,  with tier capacity fur nsKlniUatliig  lUlltk Wlllton's little cIuhkIi*. Me re-  eitlted that Mrs. Mornliigslar had told  llllll of the ihlld's grief ut N'lug taken  em^rf, i���������,,������, ���������,i ..ui,,, ���������ru.i\ n'.in/|(>rfiil " '  tbe wniimn luul snid in the unsympathetic lotie Willi Hindi nne u,w.ij*  ���������puke of the gill, '  "It  winM  \-.0i* ti  rtbfttitelc   Ilo'mi**  fo ferret out thin mystery," b<> i*al.| to I  tdvttaelt. \  .u :..   ...   *  " :     ������������������ '������������������ :    ��������� "-o  In bl������ walk brought him iu MgM uualii  c������f Htm liiiuiii.-.| b;i<u i.ij|i.|inv', and hu  Miv Unit the lighted window luul ls������-  cwtne dart,. "Tin- gh.*t hits goun to  ron������t," he deililiHl.  A moment later ns In. rutin- arnun.l  to Hip fr.i'if m' Hi.' luul.., tb,. Mgtit nf  ��������� lamp illumined >>n.- ../ n- uj.iiaij-s  Imlrvmm wttidnw^, ti.,- r.nm l-.i v.!>!rti.  fl! tie Lth*w, Ollle ���������!(���������! |:i;in-'i. '-ii-p!  Ittlt n Miollli'lit U'lore bi- It el |.il������Mi|  ���������Die bltetteli III ���������*!.:��������� ������i I,, le I <.������-i-:i tl "���������,-  nnd Iwr pilti'iiN -Ht'tig fit������.i|l tlie lal.'t-  Who, Itii'ti ttu* III Hi;if ii(r������tiiir������ fxHiii  ^o ;nc������;il������-r id *,hr M --'",,'������������������ J"<������ it ���������������.���������������>*-..  flrt' * itii'i'.t iitfitn.-if lf������e i\tf,t\ .t;Mij.-<- ,  **t l������-it.ilirf,l l.uiip l'Ori,i> ��������������������������� I'i iii ..:-;,������-.  room     Hnd 'he g?i.������t  n r "i.|,-ri*i| fr.eu  \\W' t*M'k   i'<������>lt>   I'I   Hie   (T..1 ������   " :,-'���������      r.tt  tJtmn*,* ������IM (������������������' ti-'f-v Is '���������' -��������� '-���������'* "'  k*tm%em I'���������.:���������.:���������*.  Presently in his circuit about the  house he found that the trio in the  kitchen had at last taken their lamps  and gone upstairs, leaving the kitchen  door unlatched for him and for tlio  ���������truant, lovers.  Kinross felt an impulse of pity for  Bun Ice as he thought of the retribution sbe would have to face on her return or on the morrow.  "Hut she never seems to mind the old  lady's upliraidlngs; she takes them with  an apparently philosophical calm." he  thought. "I wonder whether, against  all the stress that will be brought to  bear upon her, she will with equal  calmness and philosophy persist in lier  devotion to Abe. I should think she's  tlnd It hard to hold out against the  cold blooded obstinacy of that brutal  old Morningstar���������harder than against  the woman's warm temper. I fancy  the Dutchman could be cruel under  some circumstances. Now. I'm inclined to think Eunice woutd fare better if she favored that sheep that came  to court her this evening���������Hen Muckle-  henny. He looks Inoffensive and soft  hearted, while Abe Morningstar is a  genuine son of his father���������small sonl-  ed, selfish and brutal. But sbe doesn't  know that it is she Hen came to see.  and the Mornlngstars will take care  that she doesn't find lt out. I might  do her a good turn by telling her on  the quiet."  Ills meditation turned at last from  sheer weariness into another channel,.'  nnd he fell to thinking bf the awkward  situation he would have to confront  when, on his return to town, he should  be obliged to meet Miss Ellery and  Miss Parks In his true character. How  he was going to carry it off was a  question which not Infrequently occupied his leisure moments.  "I wonder whether Georglana was  ln the least shaken out of her orbit by  the shock of Eunice's correcting her  quotation from Izaak Walton nnd declining to be 'a recipient of charity'���������  that was the damsel's phraseology, lf  I remember. Probably not. She could  hardly forget herself long enough to  entertain more than a mere passing  wontjer about another woman,  v^-c-  "Her wishing to give that dress to  Eunice-it was not because of any  sympathy with Eunice: it was merely  jm_e5ploiting of herself, an Insistence  troublesome one to adjust in his assumption of the character of a farmhand, since not even his desire to re-  lain his incognito would have Induced  him to get up to the family's 4 o'clock  meal. He had finally, after considerable difficulty, negotiated with his  landlady for breakfast in his room, except on such mornings as the coat*  was left clear by the early departuit  of tbe other boarders to the woods or  "wherever," as Mrs. Morningstar referred to their wanderings.      *  "Well," he remarked as he broke an  egg, while Mrs. Morningstar filled a  glass with milk for him, "where was  Eunice last night, anyway, when you  were all looking for her?'  "Och, her!" snapped Mrs. Morningstar disparagingly. "Well, us we conceited she'd went off buggy ridin' with  Abe. The way she tries behind tny  back to make up with our Abe! I  tell her she hasn't a shame, and after  all I done fur her yet a'ready!"  "Bnt she had not gone with Abe?"  "No; here wben Ollle she went up  to bed I guess near an hour after we  was astin' you had you saw Eunice  anywheres, why, there was Eunice in  bed asleep. Ollie she waked her and  ast her where was she awhile back  when we was all lpokin' fur her, nnd  Eunice she got stubborn headed and  wouldn't answer to Ollie. She's the  worst stubborn head, that girl is! I  Just believe she was out somewueres  makin' up to our Abe. But Abe he  got rid of her and went to see some  other one, I guess, fur be didn't come  home till late."  Uu be Continued.j  AMONG THE MONGOLS.  snort stories.  upon her theories, vvElcE~sBelf5e1STBt  ber above and apart from Uie common  herd. If something could, happen to  her to knock out of her her own fool  idea of herself and make her just n  simple, natural girl, why. witb such  beauty and distinction as she has, Fhe  might be n very charming woman."  He took his pipe from bis mouth  nnd clasped his hands behind ill in ns  he bent back his head to tbo stars  while he dwelt upon the picture of a  revised fieorglaua which his fancy  culled up. He was just xvondcrtng  whether the deception ho was playing  upon her In his disguise might not be  made In some way to work such a revision In her when his attention was  arrested by the sound of approaching  carriage wheels.  In the quiet of the country evening  the beat of the homo's hoofs could be  heard from a distance, and lie had  lime to decide that it was no doubt  the buggy containing the truant lovers that wns coming up the road and  to wonder how their return would be  met by the angry heads of the house  when the vehicle drove In ut the barn,  und ho saw us ho strolled in that direction that Abe wns alone.  What bad tho fellow done with Eunice? Kinross was surprised Into a j  quick feeling of alarm for the girl's i  Kiifoty, Jio was on the point ot step-1  ping after Abe Into the barn to In- j  quire nfter her when he bethought lilm j  thut lie would do better to keep out of J  the "mixup." j  "It's none of my business. Of eonrso  Alio would justly resent tuy solicitude j  Cor the girl." j  So. with the reflection that ho was ;  living in the midst of fust thlckonlnu ;  iiuvterles. h'1 shook out Ills pipo nnd i  went Indoors for tlio night, j  To reucli his bedroom lie luul to puss,  the opening to the long, iiurrow halt ;  which led Into the redoubtable buck !  building, nud It wan just iim lie cauie ,  lo this passage that bin step wns ar  rested by something which gave lilm  a uiomentiiry thrill of excitement. Tbe  In in {> he carried shed u light down the  pusHiige, nml his eye wus caught by u  white figure moving swiftly nnd iml-e- ;  Icwdy at the furthest end of It.    Almost Instantly the figure disappeared,  Whether ll bud run itroiuul tt turn In  the  hull  or dissolved  Into  ether lie <  could not lie sure.   Was It n wraith or  what?   Hhould he pumue It?   No; Us,  garb was ton suggest I to of n woman'ii  nightgown   to  make  pursuit   on   his  part advisable,    Jjo would  get  Mrs.  Moi'iilupftiir'u permission to sleep down  there some night, nnd then, if glioat It  were,  he would  unruly  timke it* Be-  i.ii'ilfi������,iMci������  With (Ids concluHljin ond feeling ne-  tllitli>     CVllullrll'U     V. tul     ii'il     ..li..,������������������,.  ������Uci-cm>1<iii of episodes bo went to Um]  Canada has lOO.iKX) Indians among  her population of ti.uoo.uuo.  The wind gauge on shipboard registers up to liO miles an hour.  A������ many as 'MM ue*- rocks and  shoals dangerous to navigation were  discovered last year.  America cuts yearly some 2D.000.-  000.000 cubic feet of lumber over and  above what is lost by lire and other  natural causes.  New Vork Tins 2.000 canalboats of  all kinds at present, but the licet will  soon be increased by many lurgy ones  for service on the new Erie camil.  British Expedition Will Explore Littl*  Known Land.  Preparations are in progress lor the  despatch of an important British-expedition, which is being organized  privately, to western and Northwestern Mongolia, a region concerning  which practically nothing has been  written in the* English language.  Russian explorers alone have done  any extensive work in the country. A  great point of interest is the fact that  the region is the cradle of the ancient  Turkish ntce. The objects in view are  thorougniy to explore the country  from the botanical zoological, arid  geographical standpoints. The scene  of exploration presents various aspects, tlie Gobi desert being bordered  on the north by high mountain  ranges. The goal of the expedition is  the upper source of the Yenissei, a  large shut-in basin, very little known.  Tins is Rurround-xl by high mountains, and is covered by dense forests  and bogs. The expedition will consist of Mr. M. P. Price, who goes  especially to study the forestry and  botany of the country, and Mr. J. H.  Miller and Mr. D. Carruthers, who  will divide the work of natural history  and thr> management of the expedition. Both tl-.? last named have had  considerable experience in Central  Asia. The expedition will leave England at the end of March, traveling  via St, Petersburg to Kransnoyarsk  'the nearest point of the Siberian rail?  way. to the field of exploration. Then  they will go by steamer up the Yenissei : river .'to Minnusinsk: There the  caravan will b? organized, and the  travelers will proceed into Chinese  territory. The country to be traversed  lies bat ween Lake Baikal and. Chinese  Turkestan. The expedition will probably be absent a year, and the route  cf its return will- depend on circumstances. The- Chinese Government  lias given tlie necessary permission  to travel in the country, and is lending all assistance, ft is hoped that  some arehaeologjcar discoveries will  result. 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M'hoolH ns compared with the phl'.oso  p!i.v nf the iiftintl life of tin* Morning-  ��������� :ar fai'iiitiiiune, led lilm \o rlrl*. cult  ing !!<��������������� ni������pMott of Ills ffllmv |KNirdi*r������  i'i* * ti I'l'-'ng round" Hip kitelien p inh  .i'f'iiK.' iln- greater pari nf ihe u>rc-  n.i.,-i  i>i . ..ultig ilowiwffllM tn In* i.rnih-  t,i-t h.. inn) found Kmii������'������\ n������ u*tini,  ' ' >-*��������� '..r.-Tu-n drodRH*.*.'. ������H������vl(jif yNitit,  ��������� ��������������� '.��������� iiHvay* illd, ns tlioug'i ���������������>'> half  >������������������ 1*. i.i-iM i.f tnr *i������rt������������������ii*>8iuu>    if ���������������*  ".,  n--!'i umt H*t night'* <|4-ip{f>!><>M<nt* !  *'(������������������'������������������- hi,I liwn a mt'tMP, ttw g\r, t������<>rt������  i,-     .:���������< "f It.  fli- put  a temt heading <|iM*ii<.'n in  Mi-    M"!"ifng*fiir nn ������)��������������� gas.- Idi.i ),,.  -,','���������������������������������������������     Thtn   rentier  ������*f  t.i������   i.ttm  fit   ���������..;lf4f������   l������������-j������lif*������������   ������'*������������������   '  Train and Track.  ���������      \  A rnllrond will noon connect India |  nud Ceylon, ;  The iiinxliiiuiii wnge of brnkeiiieii 01.  Kiigllsli rail ways lias Just beeu tlxo.*.  nt $"."H a week. j  Ciiiiudii'M total rail wny inileiige Iim' I  July  wus :Ul,lVt������ .uillen.   This menus  Unit there Is one mile of rullwuy fur  every lit*) inliiililliiiits. 1  An Australian Inventor litis designed  n piece of iiieiliiniUiii which renew* ,  the life of ti street cur rati by plunhu j  dowu lu irrci;ul.iilib* while It ia In  USD, !  Tho Gritnroom.  The original "greenroom" norma i't*  have been pnliitiil green In order vJ;  relieve the eyon of not on* 'l.izzled bf \  Ibe glare of the footlights i  Cru-n grot 1>rv ftnW '  A cubic foot of tlie lient onlc wtiH* 1  ttfett wekliM nevpntf-nnr |Kitinds t**e j  ���������wnwiNii win 11 milsoiied ihe  w.hhI 'a  red nml tu forty-tutm pouod* atgV j  euiMw*.  DODDS '  5 KIDNEY  S,.'P"-tS i  '     U-NV...-.'^1  ���������   J^Hii   Oft-'  MltH. Wll',I,OU(mi������Y CUMMINOH  Ing tho women's department with industry nnd discrimination. She onr-  lv bociiiiio interested in the National  Council ot Women of Canndn, and  was its MicroUiry froin it������ furmntio'i  in WU until 11 few tlnys ago. Shu  Ims ninco lieen nominated ns a vice*  president. Miu has also boon clmir-  mint of lliiunee couiliiittee of the In*  tcriititloniil Council of Women, *  diocecitn odlcer of the Church of Hn������-  land WomenV Auxiliary to Misdion*  hitwo its formation, and also nn olli-  cor of the genenii hoard. As it thi*  were not ciinttuh, Mrs. dimming* htx*  also been viiv-prioddeut of the Anno-  cliited t'linritieii, a inemher of the lu-  dien' eoiiiiiiltteo of tlie Canadian National Inhibition, mul 11 nieiiiher of  the Imiird of the Vietnrlnn Order o(  Ntiriun*. Mr*. Cuininitig������ l* ft gracoful  pint form Kpeiiker, n good orgunirer, ���������  and ulit-uld i-c n goixl odlcer in lier  new poiitinn.  Th* UarRett Airship,  Accoiiiinii to tin' United Service Oar^  ett-*, tin* Iim *nr*hi|> lor Uh Hritixh  navy, \U1ifl1 is now Mnt built, will  be Uie large-it vewni'l ol the bind In  ,.,; * -���������'��������� f������ n'l'i tw ovor Wve hitn.  dred feet in length and Um motive  (siwcr miu tut ������������������ ni*'.'������'!> <���������! -I'1' --'���������) '���������  jn^w������r each, tthhli will be capable ot  driving Uie venmtd at 45 mile* an hour  in Mill atr. The noiiiiind littitif* |������owt r  will be twenty t'un>. tellliuugli its usnitl  loiwl will not exced live ton*.  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istheword toremeober
*vfiai you need a remedy
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Wabbling
"They don't give me a fair show,"
complained the ambitious young congressman. "The speaker hardly ever
recognizes me and if I make a motion
it either isn't seconded or fails to
���carry;"
"That's the whole trouble with you,"
answered the influential constituent.
'"There's too much lost motion in your
statesmanship. "���Chicago  Tribune.
Could Have Been Avoided
Mrs. Newrich was growing accustomed to- power. She enjoyed it, and was irritated when any one presumed to differ from, her in opinion. When the
sailing party of which she had been a
member, landed on the shores of the
lake, rainsoaked and frightened. Mrs.
Newrich was the only one who cared
to talk.
'OLD DRURVS" KING.
Arthur Collins Is the Manager of the
Great  Pantomime Theatre.
Mr. Arthur Collins, the man who
makes the pantomime at the National
Theatre, uie world-famous "Old
Drury," in London, is a particularly
Thc produc-
! I
I interesting personage
"It could all have been avoided if tion of a pantomime at the most re-
that captain had done as I told him," j nowned of British theatres is a tusk
she suid, between the chattering of her I of huge proportions. It seta and
teeth, ns the party stood huddled un-1 keeps going for many months prior
"*"- "  " -*--"������ and subsequent to the event a vuat
der a small shelter
"When I saw that cloud coming
from that corner of the lake I said to
him, "I think you'd better make
straight for home, and not spend any
more time ticking;" but he paid no
more attention than ii I hadn't
spoken!"
To Men Who Live Inactive Live*.
'Exercise in the open air is the best
"tonic for the stomach and system generally; but there are those who are. . . . , ,     ..���
���compelled to follow sedentary occupy 'he National Drug and Chemical Commons and the inaction tends to restrict I PaP.V of Canada, Limited
'the healthy action of the digestive organs nnd sickness follows.   Parmelee's
Minard's Liniment Relieve* Neuralgia
125 Preparations Under One Trade
Mark.
A most striking example of the
growth of the Trade Mark idea in
Canada is being announced for the
first time to-day in the newspapers
throughout the Dominion. It is the
"NA-DRU-CO." line of about one-hun-
dred and twenty-five toilet and medicinal  preparations,   compounded    by
'Vegetable Pills regulate the stomach
and liver and restore healthy action.
3t is wise to have a packet of the pilU
always on hand.
"Let's go to the theatre."
"I've nothing to wear."
"Then we'll go to the opera."���Lip-
���pincott's Magazine.
If a cough makes your nights sleepless and weary, it will worry you a
���good deal, and with good cause. To
���dispel the worry and give yourself rest
-try Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup,
Tt exerts a soothing influence on the
-air passages and allays the irritation
that leads to inflammation. It will
subdue the mo3t stubborn cough or
���cold, and even'ually eradicate it from
���the system, as a trial of it will prove
to you.
'Ever know a sneak thief to steal
dnto a house and take a bath?
PILES CURED IN S to 14 DAYS
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to
_��ure^8ny__eflae__ot_ltehing, Blind,,
Weeding or Protruding Pile* in 6 to
14 days or money refunded.   50c.
If a girl couldn't find anybody else
to be jealous about she would about
her own brother.
Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere
All these preparations bear the NA        _..,  _
DRU-CO. Trade Mark, the shield with   National Theatre are enlightened,�� and
army oi workers. Some of these are
"regulurs," some few are enthusiastic
"volunteers," whilst there is a large
company of "reaeryi&U," All drill
sealously during the prolonged training period for '.he ultimate triumph
of tlieir able general, Arthur Collins.
Each year sees something glorious
attempted, each year sees something
glorious done. Euch season brings a
new tunbition to eclipse the one gone
before; each swison registers the desire fulfilled. For years Drury Lane
Theatre has been pursuing a course
of pantomime .excellence, that every
recurring Christmas is pronounced
by delighted audiences to be super-
Litive.
How is this  achieved?
Thus. The scheme of the pantomime having been conceived in tlie
muster managerial mind of Mr.
Arthur Collins, the heads of the
numerous departments   in Uie  great
the red cross, prominently displayed,
and to make the line still more distinctive each article is attractively
dressed in a pleasing shade of red.
In their first advertisement, which
anpears on another page in this issue,
The National Drug Comnanv feature
this Trade Mark. They point out soma
of the important advantages to everv
family in Canada of a thoroughly reliable, easily recognized line, covering
practically every household ne��d in
the way of toilet, and medicinal arti-
cles, and guaranteed by a responsible
firm.
The National Dnig Company guar-
antee that every NA-DRD-CO. preparation is compounded by qualified
chemists only, and from the purest
drugs. As a proof that the formula
are such as the beat physicians would
use, they make a unique offer which
completely disarms the doubts which
often creep into one's mind with regard to medicinal preoarations.
Their "Money Back" offer helns still
more to inspire confidence in the NA-
DRU-CO. line. whos�� varietv and completeness* is shown^bv the partial list
-givenTin"thw"Tdvertllemenin
Lady���"You ought to be ashamed of
yourself to have siich alight check-
rein on your horse."
Teamster���"Oh, he doesn't mind the
check-rein, mum; but he'd kick like
the devil if I'd put corsets on 'ini."
soon the whole machinery is set in
motion. It is no exaggeration to say
that one pantomime has scarcely run
its course when the first stages of the
next one are entered upon. The
"book" is not written till late in Uie
proceedings, so that "topics" may
receive their full attention-therein;
but he who writes a pantomime must
be prepared to "miss" the bulk of
his pen-work when the piece haa been
running for a few weeks. This is the
result of alterations-.and., interpolations." A well-known pantomime
writer was once lately asked by Uie
manager of a theatre, where one of
his Christmas pieces was being played, what he thought of it. "Well,"
replied the scribe, "what I found of
it wasn't bad."
The music, upon the attractiveness
of which so much of the succesa of
a pantomime depends, has to be composed and arranged; the elaborately
beautiful dresses designed and executed, the company and supernumeraries engaged, the scenery painted,
and the "properties'" made.
Drury Lane has a very fir.e paint-
oom���-and���commodious
roome.    The   former   is   lofty," well-
IN FAMILY USE
OVER 30 YEARS
The Result of Observation
Helen  was having  a  snirited  conversation over her doll.   Her brother
tried  ineffectually to  get in  a  word
jhere and there and at last, just stood
I and listened.
J    "My dolly can see, tause she has
: eyes.   And she can hear tause she has
! ��ars.    And  she can smell tause she
,'has a.nose."   Then she hesitated, but
only for a second. "But my dolly can't
: talk," she finished. .
'    At this   juncture,   Harold   entered
with desperation into the conversation.
"But if your dolly was a girl dolly,"
he said, "she could talk."
SUKUBHT
SOAP
Made No Difference
"Sir, I wish to make your daughter
my wife!
The old man hesitated. "Hadn't you
better see her mother first?" he asked,
gently, after thinking a moment.
"I've seen her mother, and it do<?sn't
make any difference���I'm willing to
take the chances 1" exclaimed the
youth, with all the ardor of honest
love.���Puck.
Western farmers show   their   pro-'
gressive spirit   hy demanding   high
���grade work horses. Eastern shippers j
aay'thnt none but the best will sell |
out here. I
tba tar-eat ami Ai
leoMk, heaia
M taeta.
YOU CAN MAKE $3,000
in 3 months, raising vegetables in
Florida, Write for our valuable book
of FACTS.
Florida Land Co., Box 607, Chipley,
Fla.
i For those who keep hogs or calves
j during the summer a small patch of
alfalfa will save many pounds of
I grain. If located near the buildings it
j can he cut with a scythe, and will
1 form one of the most nutritious green
fodders that can he grown, and may ba
i cut three, four or sometimes five times
; one season.
Blood Poisoning
Started from Wound
An accident which threatened worst
RmuIU until DR. CHASE'S Ol NT-
MENT was applied.
No wound or hurt but what haa ser>
box of Dr. Chase's Ointment,
"In about a week's time we noticed
a wonderful change and by using three
boxes he was cured completely, He
has had no return of trouble.   My hus
loua possibilities unless antiseptic! band wa* cured of a bud came of piles
treatment is applied to preye/it blood j by tho use of two boxes of Dr.
poisoning.   , (Chase's Ointment,"
Lives are often saved hy having at I Dr. Chuse's Ointment is useful in
hand a box of Dr. Chase's Ointment.! Boor** ol ways In every home. While
Its antiseptic properties prevent hlood | it* greut reputation has been made as
{oisoning and it is so remarkably heal-'-, a cure for eczema and pile* there i*
ng that cure i* soon brought about.   | not a case of Itching or Irritated skin
Thin oiue will interest you.    Mrs.: disease in which it will fail to bring
C, Hopkins, St. George, Out., writes: | reli��f.
"I feel like shouting the praises of, The better you become acquainted
Pr, Chase'* Ointment.   Ono day last with Dr. Chnan'u Ointment the better
{���ear while threshing my son got badly i you will ao-ireciide Its wonderful
mrt by having the prong* of a fork soothing, hauling qualities. Any drug-
run into his leg, In a day or two it j glut will tell you of its remarkable
began to get very sore and hlood po|. I reeord of our**.
Honing ��et In. We did cv��rything for Dr. Cho*e'�� Ointment, 00 cents a
II but it would IipoI In ono place and I box, all dealer* or Kdmnnson. lhxt��* ft
lighted, and fitted with every appli
ance for the convenience of the scenic
artist. Enormous frames, one of them
seventy feet long, work up and down
through slots in the flooring by
means of a windlass. This enables
the artist to work nt his ease upon
any portion of Uie ounvas fixed upon
it,, Mammoth "c]oths," .."flnts," and,
"wi-gs" are t.hus readily deelt with,
The "property-rooms*' at "Old
Drury" are bustling but orderly beehives for many weeks before the
opening of Uie season's grorA pantomime spectacle. Men and women
work at top speed, the latter attending to h>.id-work and drapery, the
former turning out colossal figures in
papier-mache. It is very hiWustinK
to note tli*t "properties" of the best
quality ernnot be procured so satisfactorily from abroad as those which
are made in Britain. As may be
readily sujij-osod, the cost of a IJrury
I.nne pantomime is enorn:ous, and
the "hotwos" reed be packed and
nrntiy to properly balance Uie managerial ledeer mid leave a surplus to
be "carried forward," But "thorough" isi the w-tchword of all who
take oflice nt "Old Drury," and Uie
traditions of the ancient house oan
alone be sustained by lavish show
and unstinted outlay.
Princess In th* Slums.
Rvmnathy for th* poor, kinoVss,
and uneonventionallty are the obM
'hwatortatjmVet Princess' Victoria of
Senlfswi-r.Holstrtn, whose wnter-enlor
sketches havn b**n sold In aid of Kin*
Edward VII. Hospital Rt Windsor.
M��nv lns��ane*�� nre recorded of the
prince**' devotion of both time and
money to the poor, and her nntirin*
labor* of Inv* and her eotvnlmte nh-
senee of "sid*" hav* galnH for her
n nlnco in thn hearts of th* p��op|*
FROM A SHAOOW
TO ROBUST HEALTH
Is the Change Dr. Williams'
PinK Pills Made in a New
Brunswick Woman.
Anaemia���bloodlessness���is a trouble confined largely to women and,
growing girls. Its victims are pale;
they lose all strength���the least exertion greatly fatigues them. and
they suffer continually from1 headaches andodepressed spirits. Nothing
will cure anaemia so quicly, or so
surely as Dr. Williams' Pink, Pills���
they have cured thousands of cases,
not only in Canada but throughout
property~["th^���whole-workii���They���do~this~be~
cause they make good blood. Among
those cured by these Pills is Mrs. T.
Chalmer Hartley, East Florericeville,
N.B., who says. "At the age of sixteen I fell away to a mere shadow.
I had scarcely any blood and suffered from all the distressing symptoms
of anaemia. Doctors did not help
me in the least, and acting on Uie
advice of-a friend I began taking t)r.
Williams' Pink Pills. They effected a
remarkable change in my condition;
indeed I really believe they saved my
life, as I have been well and strong
ever since I took them. I also recommended the Pills to a neighbor's
daughter who was similarly run
down, and they also completely restored her health."
Every woman and growing girl
should take Dr, Williams: Pink Pills
occasionally. If you are ailing from'
any of the many troubles which afflict your sex they will cur" yon, if
you nre not ailing thpy will nroteet
your health and keep you w��ll nnd
strong, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are
sold hy all dealers in medicine or
r'irect at 50 cents n box or six boxes
'or *-2.50 from The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
Warts will render the prettiest
hands unsightly. Clear the excrescences away by usinc Holloway's Corn
Cure, which acts thoroughly and painlessly.
Pat���"An' phwat.i's n chafin' dish?"
Mike���"Whist! Ut's a fryin'.pan
that's got into society."
Sub-Editor���"There's a correspondent "'ants to know how long girls
should be courted."
Editor���"Toll him just the same as
short girls."
I OWE MY LIFE TO GIN PILLS
If you want to 3��o a happv woman,
inst call on Mm. Mollie   Dixon,   59
Hoskim Ave., West Toronto.
"After ten years of suffering from
Kidney Disease, I beliove I owe my
life to Gin Pills. Before I b^gan
using Gin Pills, my bnck ached so
much that I could not put on my own
shoe?, hut after taking three boxes of
Gin Pills, t,hes�� troubles are all gone.
It i3 a pleasure for me to add one
more testimonial to the grand reputation of "Gin Pills."
MRS. M.DIXON.
50 cents'a box--6 boxes for $2.50���
at nil denies.    Sample free   if   you
writ* National Drug & Chemical Co.
(Dept. N.U.), Toronto, Ont.
IN EXPERIENCED HOUSEWIFE
knows that Sunllfht Soap
mean* a wonderful saving ot'
time  aad  labutu*  lo enenn-
cleaning.*   -���
WhetAer with hot or cold
water, nothing gat* tha dirt
off so quickly and without
Injury en Sunlight Soap,
Sunlight make* the bom*
as fresh as new. ...
Might Have.Been
"It might have been," he continued,
thoughtfully.
"Might have what?" they asked.
"Might have been triplets, and it's
only twins," he replied, with the air
of one who was determined to be as
optimistic as the circumstances would
permit.
There had aimin been trouble in the
O'Haean household, and O'Hagan had
the word of sympathy when he next
met his neighbor.
" 'Tis not much of a team ye make,
ye and your woife," said O'Hann-gan.
"An' that's w^ere ye're wrong," said
O'Hagan. " 'Tis the foine team we
make entirely. Me woife pitches an'
Oi catches."���Puck.
SICK HEADACHES-
help THE CHILDREN OUT
The trouble and annoyance which
they cause you by their involuntary
failings at night is not usually their
fault, but the result of ���constitutional
-weakness.���Write-Mrsr-Summersr-Box-
77, Windsor, Ont., and she, will send
are not caused by anything wrong
in the head, but by constipation,
biliousness and indigestion. Headache powders or tablets may deaden, but cannot cure them. Dr.
Morse's Indian Root Pills do cure
sick headache in the sensible way
by removing the constipation or
sick stomach which caused them.
Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are
purely vegetable, free from any
harmful drug, safe and sure.
When you feel the headache coming take
DR. MORSE'S
INDIAN    ROOT    PILLS
LADIES!
HANG YOUR OWN SKIRTS!
���A.���.naw_inventionj���rhe-pHang��A!one-
Skirt Marker, will secure for you an
free to any mother her successful home' absolutely accurate and even bottom
'treatment, with full instructions. I line for dresses, without any assist-
This treatment is effective also with I <mce. Invaluable tc-women who make
adults and aged people who are j their own clothes and to professional
troubled with the same weakness, j dressmakers as well. Simple in con-
Write today. 4b | struction.   Any person can use it,
Mrs. Neverholme ��� "Isn't Mrs.
Rquillbob a careless, shiftless house-
keener?"
Mrs. Ondeco���"I should say so.
Every time I try to borrow something
she i3 out of it."
Minard's Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.
U n church school, once upon a
time, when a concert wus being held,
���h��� choir was on the programme to
si"�� an anthem and their plsce wns
^""ignnted hy the single word "An-
tb��tn," The &*nMeman who vnn
piaster of eoromonies, a hieh-toned,
no'iipoua individual of the old school,
"hen he came to that nart of the nro-
mmme announced,   in   a   dignified
W.l.V!
".\fr, Anthem will now favor us,"
KEEP BABY'S SKIN CLEAR
Few nnrents r��elu*�� how many estimable live* have been embittered and
"Havo you heard that poor Firmin
is dead?"
"No.   He wasn't ill lone, surely,"
"Ah, you ne, medicine, hes made
great progress lately."���Bon Vivant.
The women's hatstfor Spring are
lnrgT than ever. How can the redheaded girl justify Iverielf? Will she
oot b�� hiding her light under a
bushel?
Only On�� "B*OMO OUININE"
ThH is LAXATIVE PROMO QUIN.
TNE. Look for the signature of E.
W. GROVE, Vnod t><e world over to
Cure a Cold In One Day,
"Coneritulntions! I hear ono of
your daughters is engaged, Which
on" is itP"
"Get out!   It's only Beanie again!"
Cost* One Dollar���Lasts a Lifetime
Send for   free   descriptive   circular.
Address:
P. O. BOX 1497,   WINNIPEG,   MAN.
Seldom See
Itlt k*** lit* thU, bat mr bene
m���� h��*�� ��� benoli or bruit* on bit
Anklt, Book, SllCt, a*** ot TbM**.
of the ��lum dintrlM.    T��Tn..'.��-LT1*.' # **'��oi��l nud biuini-iw siieaens pr-veiiti'il
rled on. f��>w of the dwMWn are'.twir*
of her identity, Prine**** Vletnrh HI*
mnnv good stories of her work {n t><>
*lum*. On the oeenslon of *, vWt ���<>
a poor home hir royal hiirhiw*" found
a ni'.lii.fneed youn�� mn'hor immw<"��*
break out In another. Till* kept on for Co., Toronto.   Write for free copy of; fu||v t,ry|,���, t0 nonlhc h��r erving b��.b��
three months when finally we got a Dr. Chase's Recipe*. to ��leen.   Prinms* Victoria t��r**-nb*tt
mmmmmmmmm,, ������ ��� i ��� ���   ���      ���, [ that ���V motK'r <hould trv milk ��*
a remedy. "No." siid *be nnr��nt.
" Vs'�� 'nd enotich. Th��re'H onlv one
"'ln�� that will do it. and I oan'�� 'o it
bfiontinn I'vm mot a nore t,h��o����," "x*>r.
l*Hr>�� I eivld?" wKpostml th* rovnl
xdui'nt, "I shootij b*, g\t\d j( yon
could," r��*po'>,,"d tha, <mn*"rt, ""
���on in��k<�� �� 1-oin.t like a bottle VII
he off in a jiffy."
SIXTY YEARS OF SUCCESS
We are Mil* row wUbmtlnf ths floth anniversary of tha establish
I**'.}
��� IW.-.,  tlut    M ......J
T-ry   ��� :  ������,���;;-   '���w;;v  'J, *T.'i v.i   ���7: /U*ii> ,-;..�������� v. ,.t .<
has twin sttalnad by vary f*w toad box**** In Atnmre*.
Uie hxu��Utitc�� ol our stoofea, whion ara eamlnlly Uwted lor purity
*��r��d ftrmin��itivn, our Ion* o*{n*hoce and norwieotion with the beat
fTO����r* in tits world, prices masoMble ewmiitant with quality, and
���Ik* ��T��it can* ex'THM**. in evmtm detail ot onr btuintas is the sacret
ol our *u��<t#*a. Thi* wiUi our largely Increasing trade, tha trade ol
��i*ny Ui*t em hnve Ittdtl yarn ali.*r Jf*r.  kjkI  ih<*. many  iMMolidtMJ
��,*....^,...,ni ......u >,��*',   ,.-,aft*v.,��,���,��,   iH.iijft.tUi'i.i'Met   iAit   CiftuUI   Ul   O*       lilt)
clduet simI most Reliable 8e*��l House in Canada." >
No tatter iwmda ont, be prvmured snywhere even at tan times our
prion,
AU me ask from iboae who have not pnAereMted m I* a trial.
FRKR.-<hH lintnlseoioly j:;a*tr*��od KN-pue Catalow* of  Vege.
lable. Farm *nd Vhrmm &>��.��, , m��i��#, llulbn, I'oiillry Supplini, Oar-
dm Implmientui, etc.. for 1810.  e\*ml tnr it.
JOHN A. URUCE 9, CO.. Ll MITUD,        HAMILTON, ONTARIO.
ofton r-miiH from the negl��ot of minor
"���'uitio'i* in iofii'iev and childhood.
With but �� ltttln earn i��"d t��>e use of
orooer oniolli��nts, hahv's ��kin nnd
i��nlr rnnv h'i nre����rvnd, nuritlnd an''
h"��iitl1ed, minor eruntiops privonted
<*i*t* h-'ooniinrr chronic and lorliiriiiff,
dUfltjnrhir rn��im*, i��ehiiiff��, irritation*
t\ti\ ehnflnO* rli*nntli��(|,
To thi* end "oth(��n is so pur��, *o
ivn.ti, nr, s'i'i'idily nff*<otive m tli" trie
of Cittieun Soani n��*l��*'>d when neee*.
��� irv by Ciitj,.nra Oi'itm��nt, f*"nd to
"���'lur Prut ft P*i��m. Corn., !to��ion,
Minard's Liniment, Limited,
Have used MINARD'S LINIMENT
for Croup; found nothing equal to it;
sure cure.
CHARLES E. SHARP.
Hawksliaw, N.B., Sept, 1st, 1005,
^BSORBINE
ia.lh*m off tHth��nt lw*"* ***
ii. So bJ|��Ur. no nalrmnai
r k?*alerf*V��l<�� BMkiDirM,
will ��!��������.|h��m off tHth��n^
liorxup.
��),^^V^r��.krM,n.
tUmai**   PuuM   *w��llln����, lottrfMl   <3im<i,
QoltM, wtni, BraliM. VtrleOM ������!�����, VmI*m>
IIIm, oU'Sorjt.   All*r�� r��i".   a*o* tt**.
0. �� TMM. fi.r.. HT Taw)* M.. IffbaHiM, *tm.
i       mtmlit Ml., tnlMml, CmJm Ift*.
llie fen&iw* *i Mini* tn* �� ��mm U��� **%*****-,
Un Rttlaul 0r���� I Cbtaiul U., *n*m*t mt Msmri
**t HmShim Ini, Ci. It*., Veeeenw.
KfNDALL55PAV|NCURE
John nnd Mary hud been sharing
one chair all the evening. John ��at
on the chair and Mary sat on John.
After about three hour* of this Mury
suddenly exclaimed:
"Oh. John, aren't you tired?"
John smiled n bravo, patient smile.
"Not  now," he naid. gently.    "No;
Here's a
Sure
Wty
���To--
Tour
Clones
t'S.A,, ��ol'�� nronrietor* for *Mr frmjnnt now,   I wn* nbout an hour ago,
��!.nso��   f'iiM��tir*i   Book,   telling   ell| hut now I'm only paralysed!"
���nt the cuf and tr-rt'iivnt ol th'1
DYO LA
'masmnxsi'
, yweMcXrW,VbtsdeftMbPeelMlLSR
eluee* at mlntikM, All eeten ie HjHitne
rour Onus ui or n*��|*r,  Itetpl* Cert ami
���oeUil 9   -     -     - ���        _. -     -
**.*.* $'**' - rh*4ebe*e*.a!*aje*4aem
* 'n.
"VnUr nvtho'K" tixld *h�� i��idign*int
'wer>i simply   highway   rob-
Hit Cu��. |   _ . .
Supfr* on the .tag* ur* r*��noi��ih|i., ?' \^ .;���
!ndV?Tj..r.IdyrawnS ffi !    "><"**<>   '"1"   '"m"^ -������"  ��""*"""'!
t'oli 5L1' told I'TaXilariv Iffl-*1"- ?""r."��^-r.. "T��-v were low-!
mn   mtH.,,r,l1,'      ft \   wn    ���^r,1,, .1'.
i weigh robhnrv."--Ohio State Journal.
r'h<��ar*al, and at on* noint nf tbe I
I'iftj, mlirt*. t,t\etv it it gvnerm n.anno j
My ol uoldlers and ewiirlW*. one o|,
t'ie supinr* InTfiwJ behind, "Whv ��fl��*.'
n't ynu a*-t off with the oth"��r<iV" eri��d \
Mr.  Lnwrenc".   "Yon ��i.w them nil
po." The mnn looked ennfiw'.l for a '
.   ,i ��� i  >,i(> .1    ���     ,
rt the miiu> eu�� ns f  'nd wh*n *
filaywl In this piiw afoi*,'*      Jfow I
tbmtn ivjuM only h��v�� b'en on^ ������*
no Mr. Uwrence snid, "R#allv�� W��ll.
whatene did yon haf b��for��*" "W-��ll.!
sir," enme tb* reply, 'it wm like tb'*: '
���h�� fi*ntl��m��n a* u����| to ��|��n��| b** i
} 'ml me u*W to him noimit in��f ���my, '
'(iet ofl, you  idiot!'"
"I c��n *ee vou'r" worrit11 about me J
dear," said the v.'ry nick man, j
"Oh. not at all," replied   hi*  wife
promptly.
"Hut whv do vou look so gloomy,
then?" j
"I wa* wmderinr whether my ��<'��l��*
skin   RawJuo   would    lw   considered i
lliuuilllllll, i
Brass Band
j���Liiwmtt
thit ta the
Time tn
Oraeniaa
Inttramenta, Dremt, Band Matte, tie.
EVERV TOWN CAN HAVE A BAND
LowMtprt'MMrer quoted.   riaeesuJoftie.
ever MU iilmtrktlon., walled tree.  \Vritlue
iviviow, I/.-., *iim Ouuiir**, JO*m,
A  H*medv tor ttihout hradacrtn.���
t't th,,*- ii|t.li<ct to Bill'oi.* li''��ilnelii',
Parme|i��i��'�� Vwlnble Pilln nr> rxenni.1
�����i>o|di��|  A*  tbe W"V  to  ��tn"iiy  relief, j
T'lkfit nceor',ina 'o   ''irectio'M   theyi
will niiIkIu" lrr"aiil.'irltii>ji of tli" -itoni-'
',, ������,. I ��> .v, , .�� <-. , A,, -,,,,.,
t��lo<v| v"��*��U that the pnin�� in i'ik,
Mill will c.>*i*.., Th"r" nr-* f*'W wl����j
ttre not "t lomiMmo *"'i)"et to liilinm-,'
n��M and familiar with it* ntMe'iint'
e-ili. Yet none need *nff**r with th>**x''j
pill* al hnnd.
+         i^���.^      ,
OLDJHUM
PINK EYE l��c
Zakmt^mmmmmm\etmm*ar*mmtSi***m tntmn  Ueetfetwaeatta
nana $**mH*mtm*meaaa*mawm> Hm* tUmt mamatt me aai
fl * th-etmt ** mat tl* lb�� Sum, thlA* ar *lf 4r*nte* MA Iba* e*Ml*
kiu^a. nieiilbiilwe   All WlMleeela Brua Kaai
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���POWV JKOfCAL COmCmmmm, IMBI, WHIM, Q.S.!��
*<ti i.|it\,.'iti.. .'r.i'.ii'.'l in ii t','   '���' 'b'
_____^ utrwt* of Ro*ton not lomj ngo, mil wa��|
m ' ',*>n t'i 1 fto-i��.i'ff.|     f..'-.i  r ������.,,."-���
incueomantt te ��e����e��te. |,i* enni ther- w.�� 1'ouinl pinti-t '���> i'i*
Vrom the ptatnuve  ithraa^olngy ot wsiteowt a slip of pn(w��r on which wm*;
thftr ', dvfftJi*-menit, one inf��r�� ��hit   mritt-rf
Aiistr*-IUn hi��m��*ivi�� Mr* eonfmnt^t
tulli * etidt in the problem of dft-
it -*tii* uervie���-..   One offi*r�� "plimtv ��>i
��ijti.if��"; at'Mtltt-t throws wl th* l��it
���xtr.m'nf '-���;���-" mlv',. m thirU e<w��
IH** b t'er ihift "Saturday afteraoM*
<n.f *md��y* off."
"TM�� U *n inforni tb>* ���ii'f.'on that;
thi* U iunt e enao of nUin fit. n"t m��-,
fimndMti*    M��r *t>r**n<H* hi* ������'r<-ri��tv
�����**n   taken   ont   twic\"��� H��*����tliy
llr.ii'. ,
twsmm
i
raamm**.
W.N.
U., Ne. 711.
TEN JOB TEX CENTS
,<!' THE NEWS, CUMBEltLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  i  i  New Goods  FOR SPRING USE  NEW   .STOCK   OP   WALLPAPER  NOW COMPLETE.  Lace   curtrtina from $0 to SOa. u pair.  MADRAS OURI U\' ML'SLINH,   TAPR8VKV CURTAINS & 't'AULK  COVEHX, l-'.-tNOY SEAURAS9   BOClvKHS 4 ARM ('HAIRS.  A,NEW J.l.Xtf i)b> IROV HEDS AT REGULAR TRICES.  Hole Aiientfur "'>������ mare" M������ttr*������*e������ and Lrggatt tipiing.   Try them.  A full linn ut Furniture to select from.  The Ri<>ht I'rire  Furniture Store.  DUNSMCIK AVENUE  FOR SALE��������� William Hutton is  prepared to supply blocks and cord*  wood. Orders lfft nt tlio Star  Livery Stabl* mid Kilpatiick's  Stables, will receive.' prompt attention. ''������  Manager Lawrence uf the Big  Stoiv, arrived home Ay Tuesday's  bout from a busiiie.-.* nip to Vancouver.  ,.        _ ������ m**~-  H.oraeo Smith, ,-r. of Comox,  died at Vancouver mi Tuesday,  tlie 10th, inst. The remains will  be interred at Com*-*.  The post office is draped in  mourning colore, purple and black  and rhe-flags of th.* oity are at  half mast out of n*.|it'i*t to the  memory of om late oivat and good  King lid ward XU. May his name  U* held in perpetual loving remembrance by t?v������-ry true Canadian, nut because be wag the  greatest monarch of lii.s day, but  liei',aii������������ he loved mankind and  ���������ux-tsr sought to do tb"in good,  'i'iie Ladies' Ho������piiul Auxilliury  will ment at K. of i'. Hull, on  Thursday owning, May   l~th,   at  Mr. and Mrj. \V. Hnvman left  ty Sunday's boat en route for  Kiitnloops, where they will remain  for aome time for the Una/It of  Mr*; Hayuian's health  A. McKixmon  CUMBERLAND  form No. Si.  LAND ACT.  FORM OF NOTIOE.  Coiut Land District,  District ot Kew WentmliiRter.  TAKR NOTICE that  Olof HoM,  of  Lund, B.O., uccopatiou rauclisr, intends  to apply for permis������ion t������ pnr<-h*Re ihe  folluwiu*; described linda:���������ComineuciDK  at a pott pkoted at the northeunt oorner  .f land uppltad for by Ma Timlin, thenc*  north 80 emirs, tliei co east 80  chairs,  thence tor.tti 80 chai'in,  tlnnco west 80  chain* to the place of liiginniag.  OLOF HOLST.  Edwakd Hkbgicsu, Agtnf.  Dated March 22nd, 1910.  Form No. 9.  LAND ACT.  Form ot Noime.  Ooa.t Mnd District.  District of .Ve* VVe,tmtn*ter.  Take Sonet Umt M* Thulia, of Lund,  fl.C'., occap&tiou married woman, i������trndit  to apply for iiermiiainn to purohmm the  foil nving desiirihed Inndu;���������Ctimmei cing  at a pone plaDteii at the east, corner of ] I  R. M., 104, theuce south 80 chiiion, thenco  e8*t-80"cbaini���������theuce���������north-80-chaiii������r  tbenee we-t 811 chaina to the pluce of btv  Kinaing.      IDA THDLIN,  Ei>waki> Bbkoukd, Agent  Dated'M-ioh22ud, 191(1.  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Eefresh-  Beverage  Drink  Pilsener  The  Purest  and Best  \je~4 JUr  on the  Coast.  AI., Alanson, AI. P. P. who was  present, addressed the .council on  the government's attitude toward  Cumoerlaiid in the matter of aid  to sewerage, and stated when lftst  in Victoria he discussed the matter fully with the government and  although he could not exact any  detiuite promise from them, yet  Ue thought that ho had impressed  favorably in tho city's behalf, and  recommended that they write to  the govern ment asking tlieut to  mako tha loan or guarantee the  bonds, also stating linw much of  tlie loan they would bo prepared  to pay off each year. If th>s was  done he thought that, they might  be induced to favorably consider  the matter.  A, hearty vote of thauks was  tendered Air. Alanson for Ids interest in the matter.  The Pilsener Brewing Co., will  be permitted fo connect with city  sewer, and will pay a rental ef $2.  per month for  the   privilege.  There being ao further general  business, the council went into  private session on the sewer loan  by-law".  ri*y.m*mtnm**ii9m\\*t9$  George l<  ���������nnMTRAr  I  Kono  CONTRACTOR  All Kinds of Railroad and Sawmill Work  Loading, Clearing Land, Ditching  Drain Work etc  Contracts Taken Anywhere in  Comox District ��������� . ���������  PHONE 21  P. O. BOX 134  **e*m0ml9emwim^  * * *  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ���������+++++���������+������������������������������������������������������+���������������������������������������������������������������  JA FEW PERSONS WANTED.!  2 To complete syndicate now forming for the purpose of  :* buying 4,000 acres of B. C. fruit land, $50.00 cash  ^ required and large profits assured.     Send for pros-  ��������� pectus and full particulars to the  fKootenay Fruit Land Syndicate,;  I 33������ HOMER STREBT,  ��������� VANCOUVER, B. O.  x ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������;  A thoroughbred  and made in!  Cumberland, i  .    *       , -  _ ..   . <  4-h^llet-iii-U\J-erahiintMUs<)eia-  tiou of Cumberland have decided  to adopt   tho   following rules   in  ! conduct of their business :  F.071 SALE  ,le);M*y bull for sale. Apply  to  1).  I toy.'  Q������&mi*OZ09Q 8IMIIIIH  IDon't Forget! f  I The Maccabees I  DANCE i  May 24th.      I  j I. Tho raon'li'n onltir slmll not be tnken  I any oml.or than the first W'fiilutjMiay  , ;n.-ri������ro the? trnUi (lOtli) (if i.-fich uioutli.  j ii. iliscouiit.'i slmil lie all"������eil in irado  ' fiuiy, anil only w!n������u ihebill ia juid iu  : iu I wiiliin one wet-lc (Uut yuy-ilay,  Korm No. 9.  .   LAND AOT.  Fc.no/. ot No'i'jok,  CuB't Liind OUtiiot.  District ef Snw Wettminiitef  Takk   Notice   Mint Mary Timlin, of j ���������   Uad, B.C.. nci'uimtion luwrleJ woman,       J^~  REMKMI'Elt   the Wal-  ititendii tu apply fur p������ruii*8ioii  to  pur-!       .   v .       ,, ���������/,".-     .    1  \       .v,    .n' ���������      i  m't i'\   j      iitant-Ne Uon lioxii'U t'ontest tube  cliue  the folliiwin^ do enbnd  l������nd������:��������� I "^ n  0. mm*neiu|������ti a uoit plumed h%lfi..iie;������bosvii in City Hull, May Hi & 17  easti'f the North Eaet corner ������f claim up-1 ���������~mi������������������  plittlforby IdtiTliulin, theuce .Smith60  cbaiiiH tbeace Rust 80 oh inn thenoo North  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  !  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CDflOE TO   ORDEH AND  IN ANV STYliE YOU U1ISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUM BER'L AND,  B. C.  m  aiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiiwHiiiiiiiiiiiiirtiiiiiiiiiHUiiiuuniiuiuiiiu���������  Capital $5,000,000. Besenre $6,700,000 1  OUMBEBLAND  *  r I  Sub-Braaclies at Courtenay and Union Bay. I  PAYABLE   ALL  9  *>  9  9  9  t  Form No. i).  LAND ACT  Coast Land District.  District of Coaet.  TAKE notice   that   Chas.   A.   _  Timlin, of Lund. B. C.,'occupation | '^CIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS ntul in-  .        .       ' ,   . |i tereat at CurrHnt Ka;e������ allowed on   Meiiositu of $1,00 and upwards,  inorohiuit. intonds to apply ior -per-1 ������  ,.      I ,      .,������������������.���������   \      1 H. P.MONTQOMERY, Manager.  mission fo piii-chauo tho following Is ' ���������  described land:  t '(.iniinenuinrr at n -' ^"������'"'������'"������'"'Mllll"l'l"������lll������'������'illlllll^lll"l|l^1MI"''""l������������WIHI^  post planted 8. W. eornor of T. L i'  HCiT.1  thonco   East   40    chains,!  thenco South 40   chains,   thonco:  | DRAFTS  g  i  ISSUED IN ANY CURRENCY,  OVER THE WORLD.  Nanaimo, May ko, Tlie. jury ������/In-ginning  cnipaiiiieled by Coroner Davis,  to invesiitfate into tin,* death of  Jsunes Doherty, who met his  death iu Nn i mine, brought'in a  verdict of accidental lentil, attaching no Manic to anybody.  Niiiudnio, May to.���������.JotmCJar  kt*. n resident of LndysniitJi, died  iii the Cheiiiuinns IL ������������������-.pital, yes*  Cpi'day, from injuries voceived in  Uie Extension, niiue, in April,  when lie was caught bv nvo run*  away cars, receiving -erious in.'  juries about the legs and lo'ly.  Isaac Nicholson, a mbier of Ilx-  tension, also died iu the Cheinain  us Hospital,  S.iH Francisco, .May 9���������Jack  Johnson, today did his first naming fur his comiiijj fiylii with Jcf  Ici'i.'S, Jgliuson took a twelve  mile inn.  KredM I), Warn-ii. editor of  "I'ho Appeal to Reason'', ofCJir-  illd, Kansas,' Was convicted of  M-udini; dei'uniitory wriliugH  flir<*nj;li the maili*.  Vaii'Tiiver, May   to   -The 1?,  A' N. Uailwn) Coinp:i������. will this  vtr'rk, dispatch a suv.v party to  1.   ... *f . .1  ������"  ^ *���������'"' xt, !.sl,���������������4,   iii   inn   a  Inointoti line from that point to  fiiHtpltrll Uivt Thistiiiiiotitice*  meut was mude tin.-, iiu-riiiii*^ by  l*. M.'.rpoir.  Mi's. Simins desiros pupils   for; \Vest 40 chains, tlicnco   Nortb 40!  m ubHiiit tlu, oc vvowt ������o"ouaioH to plnoe jtl-*-' pianoiorta at her home, in tlio;' chains to placo of beginning con- j  jt-iuiip, Cumberland, B.C.    I'mial; taming UH) nerds more ���������)!��������� loss.     I  MAIty THULTK, Appliowit.   i ronns will bn cliargd. 'I Chiw. A   Timlin.        I  B.]w������rd BD'glnniJ, A Rent, i  D������toi March 2jiid 11)10,  Form No. 11,  LAND ACT  City Council  I'Vcd. Thiilin, Agont.  Dated March 2nd 11)10.  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY  PUBLI ONVEYANCING  Mill       ���������������������������ii' mmmmmmmmmam������������������������������������������������������������ mi w phii   I 11 ��������� 1 ��������� 1 mil ���������iaMM������^WMWW^W������w^M<a|pwMW^wwaMMWMWMM iiwiii^m  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B. C.  Form of Notice,  Comox Land   DiHtriot.  District of Coi'Um  Island,  TAKE noti-N) that Helen   Hull, of  ular cession ou Monday .,.. 0.  hist, there being   jnvuput Alder-j  ninn Stewart, McLuod, Meniliold  and iliu Mayor,  Tho miniitos of previous  meet-  Horiot  Hay, U. C, ('Wip111101''ing wore read and adopiod  Mntron, intendB to npply for per- j    a ,.oiiimtmicalion was  rccuivud  mission tulwiNO tho following dc jnm D< |j,ulu,roll) 0f   Vancouver,  Tin, City Council  met in  reg-j pa(.|f]c DeteCtiVC   ASCJICV'  av cvoiiing; ���������*>      <* j  ���������a���������������������������9t*t*C999>*999     IMMSNMMMIMNM  OOQ Qovernmerit St.,  VIOTORIA,  B. C.       I  Undertakes all kinds of legit-1  imate detective work, and com-'  mcrcial investigations, handled j  for corporations or individuals, j  Huveau of information, Husi-'  uess strictly confidential. i  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21,  *>���������*������������(***���������  Mflrihud lands: -On U'orlos Ishiiul, stating that lm would uorvo 111 tntn  K, C. known ������������ Salt   l.ugonu, and eipadty of  eugiueur   for   ������-wir.    i,oST~()n the S. S Cowich-  descried u followH:~C<..uunm.|,o���������striiction lor tlm usu.ti live p,i" aM> 0��������� Apin 23rd, n black belt,  eing at 0 |io.-.t |>)hiiu>i| at'the south- c^nt un coat of fewer mid certain  enamelled buckle, with  silver.  ,,      r..    .     1    .       ���������       ,      ,.- ,,   ! ,,,, ., AIIIIIII11IU1       IIUV-ISIV,       IVIIII       .1IIVVI  east eonter ol  J)istri������'t  J-ot iiiii e.\iitiiises, lhueymmimieatioii was   ,   ,    , '  .,             .i.i       ,        ,1   11 .       .1       M                           chain bag attached containing  theiien southeasteiiy    nloiig ..tin?, laM on tho tnblo,                                       ,, ,,.      , ���������      *���������.  1      ,.     ,. .1       '.ii*i.      ,              /���������,,(.      ^,o��������� ,\���������   purse and kevs. hive dollars re  Bliore line ol the southerly or right 1    Accounts.   ColniU,    {SBM.OO:,1     ,     ���������   ,* .    ,  1     11    1    1   ni       '   .    ?i    \-              n            tf|,,.,,  ,, 1 ward to hiuler. Apply to bras.:  hand bunk of said bagonii to the  \ ftiicouvet   rrovmee, Jjlb.oU; r,       0 ,., .       .,-,   il..J   .. .,  t     .   ,    . i ���������   1 .1        ' ii   1,    ���������       ..1 ono   v     m .*     Ad' Ik Bishop, Lniou Hay, H. C.  southi'HStui'ly shore or head ihere- j i . Hiirrifton, ^iti.UU; A,   McImii- . ^#        ^  of, rliuiU'P Tioi'thensterly along the-, nou,  Indies' aud Gentlemen's Suits Made   0 ^������^pr  from 820 to 835    All Work First Class  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  ���������tftt���������OH���������������������������������������������    Ctft������t������M<?������������eM94-t���������������������  ^jyil.OU;  M.    K.   ileniHTM,,    MPi nml M,���������f  it* ],;, ]jate nr.  hiiid Miiithuati.'i'ly shore or head to >> I!<.3(������. rived home by Kiiday'it bout.  W. Wil In id arrived home last  ihe northerly or left-hand bank of j Coiiutablu (iray's report, .Sea-  of Mid Ugonli, thuhce liol'tltWt^t ��������� vel.ger, $1 IH.filJ; Nigiit WnU-li.  erly nlmig said norilieilv  or l������-f������'- '������������������������'i, 74,50; Kotid   'la.v,  tHiH,{H.i\! 1-Viday after lieiug on a business  hand bank to a point oit'rlic north   -^- "������"'i ^7i-m\ ''"Hcu Court, .'trip to Vancouver.   eusterlv shoro of snid JiHgoon   ,|,���������.i*OiM)0;Scasoiigm' liuukeU, W.-JU. ���������"TTTw^mm r VwiMnv !  north of point ..f .���������omi.m.u'.enM.nt, |    A delegntioi. fro... the hospital, U. A. O. U. INS I AI.I,A 1 ION. 1  th.-tieod.i*. southaloni' Hti imn,riii.;l>oi������rd\v..spriis.uit. Mr. li. Moimuol  W  ..vv llm. to tl... point ..f (.,.i...i,.'.H,. 1 Hpt-HkiiiK >ur thi) .leleuul.o.i,   md |     - ^ loiiuwiim u.litfi. o. u.v,  meut and   rontniiiin;'   'i\D  I mn ������ Vnna,thti. lutva'profwrty lu overy I'rovlnoo la t'nn������itn.  1 hivx (Jinn, to stay, I Sittinty My \Ur,r, I Am So'Id n* 1. Honk,  I Am Made In Ua ultnti, On-nrio. I P<> Purfaut Work iiu-l L.yt a  J.if������tliiw. A Pout t'.rd to W. H. Orl������vo, SnulMfio't P.nt Olflon wiil  JJriiiK Mu to Vi.ur lbur For u Fall Dumonntration.   \'o\m  Tr ily  MAGNET   CREAM    SEPARATOR  I  0  lili  f  WE HAVE HONEY  'lo ii'.viNt tu any sound proposition.    TIMHKR  *C).\i, 01 \.;kicui.tt;ual lands.  M.ii.i- n cU-at Mcetili und wiitr iwlly in your hit Utter  if *t/rt want n .Irfini'r ai:.tver.  Hl.n.* that they were there iu the mutter' U������,,ci1 Aucicul tbuci ot Diuidft  of hospiml .bailing.. The over- ' w,'rt** elected aud installed for tlie  "liehm ||���������ll. A,.plh,m,.;"'- *?������ "W-* ���������*  ������"  ���������'\���������%* *?*^ *"***'  ,...,,     ,   ,      ������,,,,, rotor   ittt.i I'ovtMfiMi.'iit   ori.tttid^. A'lpivx ur.uio .um.   -  ; whicli wan ot'jeeled to iw an of- -*���������>'*���������* 1. iapuw, ������..v., ������.  ft'ii.ivu nitiHuiice, Mr. MoniiiwiM*r������,eni5-R,,c's*c������ (;has' K,1~  nsked the council if tl.ey could ilof *������ryclu; Kin. Seo., fcyl. Maroeehi;  luiiythii^ to abate ihcnuUnce ut. Twiner. K. Marinelii; Court ,  it wnn a i.M'tiaeM   to health.   The  Ivd. (liiislKTC, J. U., L. Tapclla;  ! mat or in ivply, naid thut ji������ wim ^- '������������������������ J������ Mnyhofcr.  !<H������rr^, but iiotiiing eoui.t u������   uom' ~��������� -m*-.   .  j until a proper nortfiu^u nsteui 1* ���������    I'ANK AT C'Ol'RTKNAY  iiirtallwt,    Thu   duiv^Mti.'K   ������ho ".        ,       ..   t  On iit-rnnut nt tlu* tilth, <d Mav  Western Canda Investment Company,  j*    t-tulr* 4A������ f'i'i-rk lilucU, \'unwouv������rt H.C.  MaMMMft  f-,]V\'-)l on   Tm-*'������ay   ..ltd  W)*of n  iV..O,.,H"  -\\.    il.C  ,,Ai  ' "imed   that   Hm  fret*   telepuooe  'Aomhetl tne hospital. ii������������ii out ur.  ,,        ������,.���������     ,,,  1 ikt.h'.SHM'. ;,...\:i  . .��������� . ' , tin* U������.>al Hnii).    t C<'������rf������!.y will  C'.mpHiiy will bo ie.!������itii   i,j   ,(h/.,.  -ante, a������ pr timvu, 1  C. E.  DALRYMPLE  All KINDS OI? F1HST-CLAS8  ,   .   IIAUBKU    WORK   ,   .  Done.   No Hotter Anywhere,  <iIVB IS A   CALL  Next Agricultural Hall, Courtenay, B. C.  i tl ..J.i li <*.l W(.,tO^'il\ ill U.������l������*W.  ,rZ%m  m  .^^^wgH^jj-..,.,

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