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 'P  THE CUMBERLAND  .1    w     "*(\.P*  >  J    ' . ���������  >,<J IV'  V  The News, Eighteenth Year,  A Joufnal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY, JUNE 21, :.9xo  SUBSCRIPTION ->l.o.    ���������   ''var  FOR  JfUST OPENED TO-DAY a large;  shipment of the latest iii patterns anclj  shades in        .        .  J  SOFT NEGLIGEE  These   shirts   are    made    by  the Regal;  Sftirt Co.,   one oi   the  best known   and  lead-ing_-shirt���������manufaetu rers���������of -Canada.  They are  fast    colors   and   good  fitters.  PLAIN & PLEATED FRONTS, Prices $1.25 & $1.50;  SEE OUE WINDOW DISPLAY.  ***f}**m***m*A****s*m>*^ I  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  Furniture  Wallpaper  Mixed  Paints  Beds and Bedding,  STOVES  and  .\mmtm-   *���������*������*** f.������ .  THE CORNER STQ*a  RANGES  ^IMl,,I*>'W'~^>H**H,*t***M*'*'I*>>  _*.* *���������*  .iiiHi*.    t    ���������*������������������**���������!*.      H-.JH.aW-   w? y  Men's Shirts, siz^cs 14 to r./  Values $1.20 to 32.00  .      , All One? Price 7 6,-.  Men's Linen Mats  Values 50c. to $1.25  All One Price 15c,  O O ������'/  We have some pretty designs in Stamped Linens *Ss Muslins,  Also Large Assortment of SiUs for working same.  I  J.N. McLEOD  Dunsmuir Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  ^tg������������������������^  sm@������������������@������<!&5  -THE^���������  The Magnet  o  Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland,  Dimsrnulr. Ave.,  Cumberland.  ^MAROCCHI BROS  Y  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET        ������,  i+w*+*m*mm*Ww*m^  Football.  Sandwick Football Club vs. No.  5 Miue, Cumberland.  Tliis match wns played nt  Smulwick on Saturday last���������au  interesting game resulting iu n  win for Cumberland by 4 goals  to 3. The Sandwick XI consisted of, Mriiuicriug, goal keepers  ���������Sackville nud ������i, Hlackbujn,  backs; U. Woods, Uliault ami A,  Mlackburu, halfbacks; Parkins,  Jackson, Kuotts, Watkinson and  M, J. Stnii, forwards! Referee,  Mr, H. Huckerby.       ?  Cumberland kicked off at 6 p.  in, and immediately attacked,  but were driven back, and play  eventually settled down in mid-  field, An attack by the home  forwards resulted in a eorm-r hi>-  ing forced by the left wing. Stair  placed the ball accurately and  Kuoits had r.o difficulty in scoring the fu*t goal after some ten  iuiuutes play*  From the kick off the visitors  utlaikul with renewed energy,  and soon managed to equalize  the scores. Later, a Ure kick  wus awarded do -"mine," and  Sackville whilst endeavoring to  clear, had thc misfortune to kick  through his own goal, When  'half time was called, Cumberland  was leading by 2 goals to r.  Ou the ve start, the "Town"  became dangerous and put iu a  lot "of fine at lacking work, but  ! the forwards finished poorly,  [ They, however, managed to add  two more goals; hut the home  boys soou reduced this leadjaek-  sou scoring. From another rush  by the Sandwick forwards,Kuotts  secured and put ou the third  goal.  This finished the scoring, and  the whistle was blown for time;  with the homesters attacking.  In their initial game, the  whole ���������)! ihe Sandwick team performed creditably, Special mention should, however, he mude  of J. Blackburn, who played a  grand enmr nt left-bur'tr, t|<c dc  feiine he put up beiug quire n  feature of the game. The Cumberland boys were a smart set,  and showed a good knowledge ot  the scientific points of the game,  The visitors were treated to n  lunch on the ground alter the  game, and enjoyed the after-  noon's outing.  Thc return game will be piny-  cd on Saturday,  June 25th,   nn  thc new ground*, to commence  at 61), ui.  Pretty June Wedding.  MARSDON���������DENTON.  "June the month   of brides  and   roses."      Another   pretty  June   we'dding   took place hist  Thursday evening,   at 8:30,   in  Grace Methodist Church,   when  Miss Ruth Denton, only daughter of Mr. John Denton, and Mr  Sidney   Taylor   Marsdon   were  united m marriage,  Rev. B. C,  Freeman officiating,     The petit  bride, who entered the  church  on   the arm of her father, to the  strains  of the wedding   march  played by the organist, Mr. Fur-  bow, looked   very   pretty   iu  a  lovely gown ol! white taffeta silk  with bountifully hand-embroidered overdress of net; she wove  a very becoming white hat  and  carried a handsome shower bou  quet of bridal  roses  nnd   fern,  Airs. II.  Bryant, cousin of the  bride, acted as matron of honor  and looked   well   iu  a   pretty  gowu of tussore silk and   white  hat with touches of   pink, 'and  carried a handsome bouquet  ol'  losebuds and fern.   Little Ediih  Horbury, daughter of Mr, aud  Mrs. Joe Horbury, who was attired iu white silk, made a very  winsome little flower girl,     Mr,  P. Mcllride supported the groom,  The   choir, ol: which,thc   bride  !,a.������   Lucu .1 member toi   many  jcaia, wvic in attendance,   rendering the hymn,  "The Voice  That Breathed O'er Eden," Thc  service was fully choral.   The  ciuucli was very artistically decorated   by the members of the  choir; the color scheme   beiug  white ami green, ihe   ceremony  taking   place beneath a (loub.c  flora 1 arcii, from which suspend*  cd ,*i Inrgi* flora; transparent bell,  illuminated. After the ceremony  tht*   biiiial   parly diuve to   tlic  humc of Mi*. Uenton, where   a  reception wn.v held, Tiie bride's  going iiwny dress Was a  becoiu  ing costume of rosedu self striped  I. YOUR NAME. IS GOOD, f  .serge with' silk , ttimmings,  with which she wore a hat of  cream cheiiille tape trimmed  with cream roses and ribbon.  Mr and Mrs Marsden will make  their home with Mr Deutou,  Penrith Avenue. Mr Marsden'  beiug the local manager of the  B, C. Telephone Co.  The Nkws joins their many  friends in most hearty congratulations,  Mr John Fnlcher, cousin of  the bride, and Mrs Fulcher, of  Union Bay, attended the wedding  Change oj Ownership.  !������  ANYTHING IN  THE JEWELRY LINE  SOLD on SMALL  MONTHLY PAYMENTS  ���������s  *  II!  1.  **.  I  t  M*  At STODDART, The'Jeweller.  %   f^mf Next door-to the Royal Bank of Canada, CuiuborUnd,  I  On Friday last, the old Welling  ton Colliery Company hueiuuo one  of-the things of tlm past, nml tlio  now Canadian Collieries reigns in  Its stent!. In the passing of tho  old, wo wil) sny that the employee* loson uoinpiiny, who m far .na  w������ eau Iwu-n, hnvo evo.  treated thorn fairly, and in many  luntuiicos of old umployet-H, mun  who hnvo grown nil in tlio ntrvit-u  and nut iw ablo uh thny oneo were,  with gimeroMty and U-i.ietK*,y, Tl.u  wimpaiiy hare . not l..tiko.f upon  their employees iw iimm niiteliinufi,  .mmWmmm  mt huvo treated lliein as iiuni,'  We nro pleased to ltiitrn. that Mr.  Clinton will remain with the now  company in his old position as  paymaster. "George" has bi'on a  Mend to everybodyd'or while he h;u  loolcod woll to tho interests of the  old company, lm hus not forgotten  the men, ami wo tiro sure they  will ho ploaswd lo hturn of his ro-  lnni'iiiigtnni c/nineeting link bo  tween the old and the new.  Tlio intimation thut   the   now  company will develop oNtonrively  in the nenr future',  will ho roeoiv  ed with satisfaction by the puopht  of this oily mid district,   .'i ��������� 1 ���������     u ��������� ���������  Tlm Mm ion! liehluirdtH will <m-  tei'titln in this eiry on .);ily ���������' ii,  Tho poRtponetl Sunday Sclmi I  pienics will t.'iko plnoe on Saturday mm, weathei' put'initting,  A Smuvberry Sceial and A*    ���������  Sale will ho lu '1!   |������y   tl     i    ...  GuiM of lh'-: Tfiuir.  . . ������������������,  I'Viday, :.: 1.:,;.,. .,.���������';���������,���������." .'-"���������:',..,  liMld   ill   .   ::,,:.,   ;:'���������;���������..   ��������� .���������     ,, ,.  Aftor 1  A,-:������������������������������������������������������,' -!���������;���������..  <  tilt* bttCi'"���������: , s in  Kanui. *  Mrs. C.tisli^ iv.    ���������   ���������' ��������� '��������� ������������������..'���������.:.  !on thr **'", ,li.  . I;i  a honeyni'" 0 tip ,u 1 ,  Whon arriving '       v,....  arro'itjil und li ek**'l .��������� h ������������������ tt e,*  of bigamy ! ,...m..,^  m������  ing Cnhdiy flopmi w' '' Miiis i  ker iig<*d 'du, i'.v   iniino, innl tl  wiili: imirrifil nl Vu"..011.1*1'.    .1  I'liikur,   Jut her    of    tlm    b.l  pnti'tnl the in.nr, in  ii   is nllog  Cnidey hut u wifu and child livi,.  in Kn'Und,  tTr  1  -. inngCTtaawMiCTi imiiinii 'ymsjn ,jrm.j**m*mit������m,Jm^'*r*v  RECEIVED THIS V/EEK    m:  k'WM������M ******m'miT,mmem*m*im*mmme*nee*.*mt������*m  ���������Mh*|*MMi������ t.MHMIl.4������*1  Ji   LARCH SHIPMENT uf "Ivm-ioniy   I    w  * *'   j.n>,   in i������miii, (ju.'iris and iiait g.iMons, ai  vi'.a<'  for the fruit   season.     The "Kcormmy"   is   >,v   ',   ������  jar  on thc market, is easy to seal; no ruhbei  required; wide mouth tint] air tmht,  N. B.   Extra Tops Always in Stcc>  CAMPBELL BROS   i^'lri Dunsfnaip Avenue Cvmbz^nn-i THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  * His *  Courtship.  By HELEN R. MARTIN.  Author ol "Tillie .* A Mennonite M������id."  CowrioM, im. hy McClurt. PhtOipsiiCo.  W_ J  (Continued.)  "As u general I kin stand a Rood bit.  I don't soon.go to lied sick, but that  there crime sont ino to hod fur near a  week, with ;ill the work layin'. Pop  he was so much fur tellln' all about it  to comers and goers, anil it would  work hip up so to hear ill in come over  it sill thnt 1 used to wish we didn't  keep hotel so's there wouldn't lie no  comers tint! goers to tell It to."  She paused to take breath, but Kinross was ready with a tpiestion to urge  iter on.  "How do you know thnt it was not a  case of suicide ruther than murder?"  "The  corouer's  jury,"   replied   Mrs.  Morningstar,   "sayed   she   didn't   suo-  code herself, but was murdered in the !  first degree." !  "It   is   the   murdered   woman   who !  haunts the room?" j  "I don't know." she answered, turn- I  ing white again.   "I alu't never slop' I  there.    Qucet. before we quit hoteliu' |  and began fartnlu' this here place, we I  slept  a   travelin'   man   in   that   there  room,  and   about  the   middle  of  the j  night he  waked   us  all   with  riinnin' j  through the hall, sereochin' he'd saw |  a ghost  And after that we never put  oo one In there no more.  Their furni- i  ture is all there yet too. The neighbors i  tells us that near every night any per- .  eon  passln' our place late kin  see a  queer light in the winder of thut there  room.  Our Abe seen it oncet too." '  "Peter,"    Daisy   turned   eagerly   to  Kinross,   "are   you   husky   enough   to  eleep in that room? *��������� If you are you'll  tell us about the ghost, won't you, to- ,  morrow evening���������If you meet lier?"        ,  "Ain't you got afraid to sleep there  TrawpDoe^Pote^after-what-l-tole-you���������  yet?" .Mrs. Morningstiir asked incredulously, j  "I'll tell you tomorrow morning," an- ���������  stvered  Kinross.   "Maybe I'll cut and  run. too. like the traveling man.   You  never can  tell   what  you'll do  when  you're up against a ghost."    ��������� j  "Say,'"   Mrs.   Morningstar   suddenly '  exclaimed, her eyes moving from one j  to'another  of  her  listeners  with  nn ���������  anxiety  amounting to distress,  "look  at here.   Yous won't speak nothln' to  Eunice,   will   yous.   about   this   here?  Us we always kep'  It from  her.   It  would be ugly to tell hor her pop murdered hor mom In the first degree."       '-  "And," thought Kinross, "that her  father loft a sum of money for her  support."  "Doesn't   she   ever   ask   questions  about herself?" Inquired Daisy.  "If I..:  were she It wouldn't take me long to ]  get aboard."  "There  fur  nwhile she did,"   Mrs. j  Morningstar said. "But us we put her  ott with Just tellln' her her parents left  ber hero 11 waif."  "If Ihe whole neighborhood knew of j  It I don't see linw you've kept It from  her,"   remarked   Ueorginim.    "Surely  ���������ome one would he apt to tell hor,"  "Wo never let her go much. Wo kep'  ber  close   nt   home,   Just  so's  aba  wouldn't himr nothln'.   Wo thought It .  would be no upsottln'." I  "To lonrn how film's been slaving for  hor living which probably had been  paid for," thought Kinross,  "I don' know what's mmlu me spoak  ail this horo to yon," Mrs, Morning*  ���������tnr continued, with Increasing anxiety  In her fneo and voice. "1 don't ofteii  como over It. I don't llko to. Hut I  was took bnck ro with Doe's���������Pete's-  tstln' Mr tlio daw to sleep In thnt  there room thnt tho wholo thing come  out before I knowed right I wits lellln'  It. And now mobbo yous will tell  Kunlce."  Kinross, who was watching the woman attentively, wus suro thst, judging from her habit mil trout men t of  Eunice, her present Intense iipprt'licii-  sion wiih certainly not duo to tlm count  to which she Attributed II-fonder coin-  passion for the girl, She wns cv|.  dently holding back anmeihlng which  If known would compromise her,  Whnt could It lie? He was pretty  sure that In spllo of their greed nol  ther Mr. nor Mrs, Mornliigstiir would  Is*, dpllliornli'ly dishonest. The IVini  sylviiulii tiormnn, however "clone."  usually has Integrity If for no oilier  reason tluin liei'iniso of his fear of bell.  "Perhaps," he reflected, "Knnho her  Belf--eoutrntlli'tory nnd iiiiiiccoiiutiiiiit  *������ i.|,������ iu (��������� an twthv respects���������know*  more nbout herself than nny one suspects."  Ilia lukewarm desire tiiviiivcxtlga(f  the haunted room had Increased, with  hia knowledge of Its history, to ii keen  eagerness to get nt If,'and he deter  .v.'!,',-" ' ���������'..,������ t|i,,t  vorv nll'tit slimilil tlmi  hlm in the shut off ipiuriiT nt iht  house.  Mrs. Monilngstnr wns now summon'  #d from the room by Ollie's calling to  tier to "come lay over the dough."  "CJraelous," cried Dnlsy, milking a  ante In her book aa Iho landlady de-  parted reluclnnlly, "she's gi'iug to my  over tho dottghr   No more bread for  miner  hands, and soon after the family retired he carried hia kerosene lamp  down the long corridor which cut off  the haunted part from the rest of tha  house and reached the fatal room.  He was relieved to find that the doot  was   not   locked.     Once   across   the'  threshold he did not even glance about  him until ho had carefully closed the t  door  behind  him.   Then,  turning,  he j  raised high his lamp. |  The ghost herself, if she appeared in I  the course of his vigil, would not give j  him a greater shock of surprise thau j  he received as his eye fell upon, the op- '���������  poslte wall of tho room. The last thiug !  he would havo expected to find in the ���������  vicinity of the Morningstar farm confronted him-~a bookcase filled with j  books, n little library of classics, fori  even across the width of the room he'  could read the gilt lettered names,;  Shakespeare, Milton, Spenser. Eliot,'  Browning and the rest. j  The rest of the room���������a bedchamber  furnished in handsome old mahogany- j  was not in any way noteworthy save ,  that there was something lu Its gener-:  al  aspect which seemed to give evi- ,  dence of a higher grade of people than I  the Morniugstars.   There was nothing  sufficiently grewsome about it, at least,  ln the matter of its appointments, to j  suggest either a murder or a ghost  True, he felt an atmosphere of tincan-  niness about the place hard to account  for except on the theory that his Imagination,  filled with the account of  the deed of  horror these walls  had  witnessed, colored the room wltb all  tho somberncss of the tale.  He walked across the floor and, placing his lamp on the top of a low shelf,  plunged iuto an examination of tbe  bookshelves.  There were the novels of Scott, Du*  mas, Dickens, Thackeray, George Eliot  and Charlotte Bronte, the tales of  Poe, Macaulay's "England," Gibbon's  "Rome," Carlyle's "French , Revolution," the plays of Shakespeare, many  of the modern English and "American'  poets, the works of Spenser, Milton  and Pope, the "Canterbury Tales" aud  Johnson's "Lives of the British Poets/'  Taking down a volume at random,  he had a vague instinctive surprise at  finding no dust on it. The fact had  no  definite   significance   at   the   mo-  was bewildered. Questions and suppo j  sltlons fairly jumped over each other j  In his brain. Whether she had learned j  of his coming to this room and had '  followed him thither, why she was not ���������  fearful of the place, whether she was j  walking In her sleep, whether she was j  Eunice or the specter of Eunice's |  mother��������� i  an Indefinable something in her way  of turning the page of a book which  suggested in some subtle way that she  was used to handling books and accustomed to reading much.  There was something In the girl's  aspect, in hor unconsciousness of nn  observer, in her relaxed and girlish  form, iu Ihe childlike Innocence and  swe������������t-!������ss of Iter face.' that > thrilled  Kinross with n sudden sense or u  unique loveliness. His nerves tingled  us he realized Ills Isolation here tonight with this exquisite young creature,  fie carefully raised himself from his  stooping position an:J leaned against  the wall. How was he to reveal himself without too greatly startling her?  The shock or fright of suddenly beholding a niiin in tlio room when she  supposed herself iilone���������nt the hour of  midnight, too���������migUl actually injure  her Yet lie must not any longer leave  her unaware of his presence.  (To be Continued.)  I Coffee Drinking Denounced.  j As eaily as 16G3 coffee was satirized  ; in England, and on every hand the  ! bitterest invectives were applied to it  i by the press and pulpit. In one in-  ! stance <i preacher hurled anathemas  1 at the heads of those who used as a  i beverage "a sirup of soot and essence  1 of old thoo?1" Probably lie had good  j grounds for this statement, having  i sampled some boiled coffee. Another  j divine denominated it "a poison  which God made black tbnt it might  ! bear tbe devil's color!" The women  j also took up the cudgels against it.���������  ! London Mai!.  "Going���������Going"���������  The auctioneer had auctioneered for  the last time, for he was very 111 and  lay now almost nt death's door.  Beside his bed stood the doctor nnd  the auctioneer's wife, anxiously watching each symptom, each movement,  each respiration.  "Doctor." hoarsely whispered tbo  hnmmer wleldor's wife, "what is hia  pulse now?" I  The doctor raised the patient's wrist. *  "Ills pulse."  he answered, "Is uow ,  going at 104." i  The auctioneer sat up excitedly in  bed. i  t"Ooing at 104!" he cried feebly. "Go-!  ing nt 1041   Who'll make It 105?   Do I:  hear 103 for a pulse that has been run- j  nfng steadily for forty-seven years aud  never once stopped?   Will you btd 105?  Who'll make it 105?" '  But no oue made it 105.   And a minute later the auctioneer was going���������go- \  Ing���������gone.'���������Exchange.  J f Mo  PA'S NEW HONOR.  used to brag a heap 'bout dad  Because ne 1'inert so many triing*  ost ail the lodge pins io De nad  He   wore,  and  we  was proud W  Kings.  ', But now our tiearta are higher yet,  ,    And all the neighbors get the snub,  i We're lettln  people Know, you oet.  That father's joined an aero club.  | He's put away all pins and charms  And lust wears one upon his breast.  Alone the,bird man's coat ot arms  ;     it* resting on ms manly chest.  ', The people stare lo beat the Dutch  And winti they had that gold hub-dub.  i This Kauinan ain't so awful much  Sine* tinner's joined an aero club.  I  Seated Turk joshton on thn ifd  riut gradually as with strained muscles he continued to stoop aud gir/o at  her his confusion cleared, to some doll  nite impressions. She wd.s sitting there  reading ns composedly ond quietly although she were not more at home  anywhere iu the house than hero In  this room. Sho did not appear like one  who had come for the first time into a  haunted bedchamber.   And  there  r ���������������������������-������������������*  j The  Whip  Tree. .  i    In  the island  of Jamaica grows^ a  } tree  with  the  botanic name  Daphne  | lagetto from   the   branches  of   which  j native    workmen     make     peculiarly  ! strong and    excellent   whins,    which  i have   the  Handle  and   lash  all   of  a  J piece.   The, handle consists ot a part  [ of the stem retaining the bark.    For  the lash the stem is deprived of bark  and then split into strips, which are  woven together in a flexible curd six  or seven teet in  length.   The proper  taper is afforded  by detaching ttiore  and more of the strips as the end of  the lash is approached.  How Eskimo Women Die.  On her first entrance to her uew hut  of snow an Eskimo woman is buoyed  by hope of welcoming a son. What of  ber last Incoming to those uiurow confines? She knows that the medicine  man has decided that her sickness ts  mortal wheu she Is laid upon her bed  of snow. She gazes upon vthe feebly  burning lamp beside tier, upon food  and drink set close at ber hand. Sho  sees her loved ones pass out of tho  doorway that needs no tunnel entrance  to keep chill airs away, for presently  the door is sealed with snow. The  chill of doatli pierces through her enveloping furs. Her tomb insures that  no long tarryiiig will be hers. Tho  soul, companioning with her, may refresh itself with food; but, starving  aud freezing, her feeble body will witness even that soul's departure and  know that lis hour has come to perish  alone.���������Harper's Bazar.  Ot.m        m*s never tried a flight���������  Mil si,.,> nos nighty minded, though���������  Uut ne it go up some time, all right.  Just use the Wrights or Hlerlot.  And now there's glory here tor all.  Right down to little Sis and Bub.  The family hats are all too small  Since lather lotned an aero club.  -Arthur Chapman in Denver Kepubllcan..  Helping the Minister.  A Scotch preacher had in his congregation au old woman wbo wa*  deal. In order to bear th* .sermon  each Sutiday this old lady would sent  herself at the foot of the pulpft stairs.  One day in* -������������������"���������mon was about Jonah,  and the piva. ,ihi became very rhetorical.  "Antl when the sailors (brew .lotmbt  overboHrd," he said, "a big flsh swallowed butt up. Was It a shark that  got 'lm? Nay, my br������ihr������������n; It vyat*  ue'er k shark. Was it a swordtisti  that est Mm?  Nay"-  **lt w������ts a whale," whispered the okt  lady excitedly. ,  ������������������Hush. ..Kiddle!" wM the preacher.  Indignantly. "Would ye tuk* th' wont  of God out of yer aue meenlster'8  mouth?"���������Success Magazine.  Bead Stringers.  In the Tyi'i'iwiii parishes of Mletning  ami Itielz ihe iiieinliers ot nearly every household are engaged iu the making ot rosaries oy stringing beads together.  A Matter of Portion,  A prominent lawyer's wife had fads  about   hygienic   sleeping.     She   ouce  asked her husband. "Is It better to lie  on the right side or on tlte other?"  He answered absently, **My dear,  when one Is on the right side It generally Is not uecessary to do much ly-  lng."-Leslie's Weekly.  rilAITKIt XV.  TEX o'clock thnt night found Kin  r������������* In tho haunted hedchnm-  ttet. lie had com* to tbe room  without further pennlwdon  Irom Mr*. Moriiingstar than the retm-  tant fin If consent he hnd f������������ra������tetl  from Iter at noon. The subject hml of  tieen l>r..*n bed between them again  eo be had *nkcn the law Into hi* own  "de^Fp1neW^he���������recalled"-tbe-e!reum'4"  stance. i  He had soon made a mental inven-]  tory of the lower shelves. /The books  were in good condition, though they  showed signs of having been handled  considerably.  "Tbe parents of Eunice were at j  least uot Illiterate," he concluded. j  lie now turned his attention to the ,  topmost row of books, which was out |  of his reach. It consisted of n set of j  Balzac. lie mounted a chair and, j  taking down a volume, was u little,  surprised to find that It was a ���������"oncb j  edition. The book was thick with j  dust, and its removal from the shelf |  bad sent a little cloud of dust Into bla j  eyes. Ho had u passlug wonder ln the \  fact thnt the top shelf alone was \  dusty.  "PorluipB tho ghost cau't rend  French, but enjoys the English classics,"  Ho turned tbe pages of the Brilznc.  It, loo, however, showed signs of having been rend, for It horo several  marked passages.  Suddenly ns he turned n leaf his eye  fell upon, not n printed page, but n  sheet of letter paper, yellow with nge,  closely covered with n feminine handwriting. Ho turned toward his lump  and read:  A CONFESSION,  I. Betttrlre Daniels, mnkn tint following  confession In the face of Imminent death,  being unable longer to llvn mul hoar the  burden of my crime. My husband throat-  fni to murder me if I confess our crime,  and I myself would choogo ri*nth st my  own hands rnthor than Inneulsh in u orison, which Is the fata my confession would  bring upon ma if I llvod to faco It. Thoro-  foro when this paper U found and read I  *hnll bo dead, alther httvlntc taken my  own life or having bean murdered.  Tho child, ISunice-  Klnrosa started u nt thla Instant bis  enr was suddenly caught by n fniut  iioimil   In   tho  corridor  wit bout-the  pound, ho thought, of on approaching  light step. In a moment ho hnd blown  out his light nnd stepped down from  his chnlr, folding and thrusting tho  paper info his pocket nn ho did so, One  quick glance about him, nnd ho slipped  behind thn high headboard of tlio old j  fashioned boil,   Thero ho waited im* i  tlonless for tho appearing of tho spirit j  or wim lever It waa thnt was coming,'  for tbo Hoii/td of approaehhig slups on I  tlio bare wooden floor of tho hull wns j  now ipilte unmistakable.   It wns not *  mlco nlther.   Of that bo wns sure ns  with tense expectation ho waited nml  11ntoned,  Ho thoro wns actually somo  foundation for thla story of tho ghost?  NniisniiHo! old Morningstiir wns coining to warn hlm away from the room j  perhiips. No; tho atep waa too light for  this.   Who or  what would  ho seo?;  Would lt como Into thla room,'  if u|  Uld Itot ho ttoifld vkioiihii: l).i. hA).  Ho hoard the Inlch of the door move  and thn door open and close vory soft-1  ly. The room wa������ In absolute dark* j  no**, mo of coumo ho could *eo not It-1  tin' The *lf*ht aten <*ame across (ho '  room lo iho front of tbo bed, nml then i  suddenly n match waa alrtirk (h" had ���������  a hiisiy doubt aa to whether chosts J  ever found It nocewary to uso mutch ]  rsi, and a fnlnt light spread through i  the room.  A silence followed, There wns no j  further movement or sound of .,it> ,  sort. He waited for what seemed toi  htm a ikiiu time. At lust he .'<t<i<i|>i'tl .  < nud (wetted through ��������� ernck lit ihe  ItcndlMianl. Hit rjtm wero caught by ;  the buht of n candle burning on tin*!  wide top or the footboard. And ������.*iur.|'  Turk fwlili>n on tha bed, her ilifeks '  pSnntcil on her palms, her elbons mi ,  nn op������-ti mmnme on U������r Ut*. *.t* j, ,  feminine figure clad In a bine ciil.-o'  wnipiN-r, with two tbbk braid* of |  Jienntifui r^ir hair hanging over h*-r  ������hoi)!ijer.������.   i:tinl r!  For n moment in-.  DIRECT? from -FACTORYSo KITCHEN:  iS-AVBS ������//MIDDLLMEN5 PROFITS  itfl or 91*  P!evah>d Tank or FMab na������ervolr ter Coat and Wood.  Hade ot the Bert Blue Polished Sleel and Malleable Iron.  The "Dominion Pride" Range  MAOB W CANADA nnd Is placed ot, tho market In ronponw to n ilomnnil for n  Bangs combining tlie sterling qtinlitieii of Malleable Iron ami Poliihed Steel*  Unbreakable, Unwarpable, Indestruotable, Economical, Dnalgn Attractive, Perfect  Oookero and Bakeri, will Last a Lifetime with Proper Oare.  The ordinary cast Iron range li nt best a iliHiippiilntliih Investment to the purclinnrr,  sn soon does it t'xlilbit the effects of wear iiml tent, iinnvnltlablo in a mngn ennitrtit'tt'd  of siu'li frail ami brittle material, The Combined Mnllenble Iron and Blue Polished  Htccl Itnngfl fa the iiimri'nt approach to Abaolute Perfection ovor designed for Comfort, Economy nml Satisfactory Domestic Service and wherever Inatallnd It will  prove Itself a I'oiitininil object of Satisfaction. Tlic prico nt which It is supplied il  ������u nwilcwt that It la brought eaaily within the roach of ovory urudont family.  OUARANTEE  ���������"Dominion Pride" nnnges nre sold on thn following Ounrnnteei   If any cnatlng proves  defective In twelve month* from ilnto of tmrchaso, wo will fnrnla'it aamo  free of charge, The above 0 mini nice i* vory brontl, no If* or nml'a,  ami any cimtliig Hint wnulil hnve a linw in it that wo fuilml to seo  In flic course of fonsfriicfloii, such flaw woultl show long bnforo  tbe twelve months Imvo traimpirutl wben tiro it put in range,  INCOMPARABLE OFTER  Our pliiclng direct to the conmimer oiir High (Undo "Dominion  Pride" Mnllt'iible and I'oliahwl Steel Uange, aa fully described  in our ilwrflpllvc circular nnd guaranteed, for li*������n thnn yon ciui  buv it cunt Iron riingc. Wu nro enabled to mnkn thin extraordinary  offer b.v imr Direct from Factory to Kitchen Plan, which *nvt<i  the .IoIiImt*, riMnilem, traveling wiltmmeii ami their eipnnnen,  giving tin* consumer the bcnrlH uf thene saving*, which In renllfy  enabled tho consumor to buy n������ cheap ai tbe wholesale Jobber.  PBICB  Iii,; n.,i l,t<; ,.'...', ?:' ���������:������������������ <���������"* Vl*eefn������t*teer *ml nnve the middle-  ���������men'* nnd ri>tnllent' profit*! "Dominion Pride" Ban������e if sold  through the retailer or traveling ���������mivwimii nvufil hiini lo bt ><) 1  for ���������OH.on to t'H.ui), Htcording lo thc territory sold In. Our  tirfre, direct tn the consumer, I* n* follow*i "Dominion Pride"  lUflge, ft'lft nr (MK top, with high closet shelf and elevated tank  or Hindi reservoir, with piece of aino to go underneath range,  * joint* of blue |MilUheif *tecl pipe and f elbows, delivered tn  atn tmimai t-iptn.* wMti.it, ���������* Ai*..*.A, Q,.-h'������, V-ir xi.,,,,.*,!,.)/  Nova Hcitls ami Prim* VAmntA ((land for $41.00 (We Pay tbe  Freight), nnd dill vend to any railway pipresi station In Manitoba, Alberts, Rnukntrhewan and Brltiih Columbia for $40.00  (We Pay the Freight), W.OO to accompany order, the balance  to be paid when range It delivered to you. If not convenient  to pay eaah, will ace'd yonr Note,  CASH   <b A 4  PRICE C^Trl  Delivered r������ antt Pallvrai; Station In DISH  OnUrio. Quebec, flew Brunwick, ttove *���������' w n  Sootia and Prince Edwartl Island. PRICE  We pay the frelaht rm*,fc'  Write for om Dfffrrfpffvft Cfrrufwr.  $49  Delivered to any Railway Station h  ManllolM, Ttlbcila, Sasltotchcw on ond  Britlal) Columbia We pay tbe freight  OVER 6000 OF OUR RKW0ES IK USE IW TORONTO KLOHB  Kanufectured and Sold only by the  Canada Malleable Q Steel Range Mfg. Co Limited,  OSHAWtt  ONTARIO  Iih wurriHo maat motion tmi������ etna)  1 [  77  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  SUSPENDERS  They work in uniser., those "Sliding Cords."  When one "gives" tire other "takes." Very  simple yet wonderfully easy. Automatically foi.  low your every motion. Light, medium and  heavy weights. All dealers, 50 cents.  Look for the genuine���������  "PRESIDENT" on every buckle.  A VENERABLE STATESMAN.  She Knew  "Scribo is a rising young author."  "Rising, did you say " asked his  landlady, with the tone of one who  knew.  "That is what he is."  "Well, he is fooling you. Some  days he won't get up till noon."  Ask for Minard's and take no other.  Editor���������"Why do you persist in  coming here? I tell you I don't buy  fiction," u  Author���������"Oh, I don't wish to sell  any of my stories! I am writing a  short serial entitled "The Ugliest Man  on Earth.' and I came in merely to  obtain local color."  Bo you think a college, education  helps a man in business?" "Sure,  I've had two college boys here working for me during the last year, and  I was afraid to discharge either one of  'em for fear they'd find fault with my  prammar when I done it."���������Chicago  Record-Herald.  HOW'S THIS?  We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure.  F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.  We, the undersigned, have known  F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and  believe him perfectly honorable in all  business transactions and financially  able to carry out any obligations  made bv his firm.  WALDTNG, KINNAN & MARVIN,  Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood  nnd mucous surfaces of the system.  Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents  .per bottle.   SoUl by all Druggists.  Take Hall's Family Pills, for consti-  pTrtiSnl-���������"���������    ~~   ~    ;      ���������������������������        *-  Why She Was Afraid  An alert little five-year-old was  taking a walk in a city park with her  mother for the first time, and when  they arrived at the boat landing  where the swan boats were waiting  for passengers little Elsie pulled  atvay and declared very vigorously  that she did pot want to go, and as  her mother urged her she broke into  tears.  This sudden fear was so unusual  that her mother could not understand  it until she heard the boatman's call:  "Come along, come along���������ride  clear around the pond���������only five  cents for ladies and gents���������children  thrown in!"  Keep mentally alert. An intellectual; back number adds years to her  seeming nge. Nothing makes for  youth like a young mind save perhaps a young heart.  Worms sap the strength and undermine the vitality of children.  Strengthen them by using Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator to drive  out the parasites.  A school inspector, noted for his  idiosyncrasies, happened to notice  that a terrestrial globe in one of tlie  classrooms was very dustv, This nn-  noved him. and, putting his finger on  the. globe, he cried out, "There's dust  hero'nn inch thick!" "It's thicker  than that, sir," calmly replied the  new tenoher, "Whnt do you monn?"  nsked the inspector sharply. "Why,"  camo the nnawer, "you've got your  finger on the desert of Sahara."  EVERY DAY BRINGS  A FRESH PROOF  THAT DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS ARE  A BOON TO SUFFERING  WOMEN  Mrs. Rousseau tells how they cured  her after three years of almost  ceaseless pain.  Hintonburg, Ont. (Special).���������Every  day furnishes fresh proof that the women of Canada can be cured of ailments which have hitherto seemed to  be a part of the inheritance of the se:*?  by the use of Dodd's Kidney Pills.  And this place has a living proof in  the person of Mrs. William Rousseau,  of 37 Merton Street.  "For over three years," Mrs. Rous-  seau states, "I was very ill. My  troubles were painful. I suffered very  much with my back. My head ached  iLlm^st^cmtinaoiislfA_-and_I_.scaEcely.  knew what it was to be free from  pitin. I was very wenk and run down.  Occasionally my hands would swell  up, and this, too, gave me a great  deal of annoyance and discomfort. I  began to use Dodd's Kidney Pills and  very soon commenced to improve.  Three boxes cured mo completely."  Nine-tenths of suffering women's  troubles start from diseased kidneys.  The natural way to cure them is to  take away the cause, that is, to cure  the kidneys. Dodd's Kidney Pills al-  ways cure diseased kidneys.  Hon. Sir John Carling Is Now a Very  Frail Old Man.  The ilon. Sir John Carling, K.C.  M.G., who is reported to be in very '-.  weak condition at his home in Lon- ���������  don, has never rallied from the shock  he received by the death, a couple of ;  years ago, ot Lady Carling. Up to :  the time of Lady Carling's death Siri  John retained a well preserved and i  robust appearance and showed no di- '<  minution which wete so conspicuous .  in him during his long Ministerial ca- I  reer at Ottawa. Lady Carling's death ,  had simply a crushing effect upon the ;  genial knight, and he has dwindled >  down to but a shadow of his former j  self in physique and intellect. A few I  days ago before the Easter recess he ,  went down from London to Ottawa to [  take his seat in the Senate and had i  to be helped to his place before the [  Speaker took the chair. He recognized :  his older friends with something like ;  the smile of old days; but he waa j  clearly beyond taking any interest in ;  the proceedings. It is related that Sir |  John Macdonald once described Sir ,  John Carling as being "the kindest ,  man and best fellow" he had ever j  known, in his Cabinet or out of it,  Sir John Carling   was   born   near  London, Ont,, in January, 1828, hii  parents being natives   of   Yorkshire,  England.   He sat in the old.' egida-  ture of United Canada, froin 1857 to j  1867, and in 1862 was appointed Re- [  ceiver-General in the Cartier-Macdon- !  aid Government.   As during the time  the  legislation  preliminary   to  Con-  federation   was lunder discussion  in  GIVEN UP BY HIS PHYSICIAN  ) "FRUIT-ACTIVES'", THK FAMOUS  FRUIT MEDICINE, SAVED HIS LIFE.  DR. SHEARD AND SMALLPOX  Medical  Health Officer Has No Fear  the Dread Disease.  !    It was not the insolence of wealth  | that   has   made   Dr.   Sheard's  figure  MMCa oiNawALL, una.  > Willkmstown, Ont., July 87th, 1908.  "I suffered all my life from Chronic  Constipation and no doctor, or remedy,  I ever tried helped me. "Fruit-a-tives"  promptlv cured me. Also, last spring  I had a bad attack of BLADDER and  KIDNEY TROyBLE and the doctor  gave tne up but "Frult-a-tlves" saved  my life, lam now over eighty yeara  of age snd I strongly recommend  "FroiM-tives" for Constipation and  Kidney Trouble". '  (Signed) JAMES DINGWALI,.  50c a box, 6 for $2,50���������or trial box, 35c  ���������at deslera or from Freit-a-tivea  Limited, Ottawa.  Certainly  "My dressmaker   says'   that   airy  the old Legislature he was an active  robes are bound to be fashionable."  and influential member of that body, I   "Does she?"  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited,  I was very sick with Quinsy nnd  thought I would  strnriiilo,      T \vxed  MINARD'S LINIMENT and it cured  tne at once,  I am novor without it now.  Yours rritWiilly,  MRS. C. D. PRINCE.  Nnuwlgewatik, Oct. 21st.  Ever notice that tho woman who lins  n vory narrow income hasn't got hor  face lili wrinkled up ovor the servant  girl problem?  Discarded Ouffi  Two or three sowed together mnko  fine iron Iio1i1oi*r and holders to keep  around the stove.   Wash starch out  boforo sewing together,  CONSTIPATION   is an enemy within the en nip. It  will limJoriiiinn tho strongOMt con-  atltution ami ruin tlm most vigor-  on* hcnlth. It lt'inis to indigestion,  biliousness, impure blood, hnd  complexion, sick honduclios, nnd  In ono of thc most frequent  ciiukom of appendicitis. To neglect  It Is slow suicide. Dr. Morse's  Indian Root Pills positively cure  Constipation. They nro entirely  vegetable ln composition and do  not sicken, weaken or grlpo. Pro-  servo your honlth by tnking  DR. MORSE'S  I       INMAW    KUOT    tiLLii  Sir John can be said to be one of the  founders of Confederation. At Confederation he had the honor of being  elected to the House of Commons,  and also to the Ontario Legislature.  He served as Commissioner of Agricul  'Yes; says it is absolutely certain."  "I wonder why."  "To vi'car on airships, of course."  A Power of Its Own.���������Dr. Thomas'  . .       ��������� . Eelectric Oil has a subtle power of its  ture and Public Works in theSand- own that othere oils cannot pretend  field Macdonald (Ontario) Govern- to, though there are many pretenders,  ment, from 1867 to 1871, and entered Ul who have used it know this and  Sir John A. Macdonald's (Dominion) keep it by them as the most, valuable  Government as Postmaster-General, liniment available, Its uses are in-  May 23, 1882. He became Minister of numerable and for many years it has  Agriculture in 1885, and retained the been prized as the leading liniment  portfolio until the dissolution of Sir for man and beast.  John Abbott's Ministry, in 1892.   The 1   _ ������������������;������������������   same year he was offered the appoint- I.   "She doesn't like him a bit."  ment of Lieutenant-Governor of On-     "Doesn't she?   I wonder why?"  tario, but he declined. |   "He remembers her    from    fifteen  years ago "  Father of the Game Laws.  Periodically the game laws of Ontario and other provinces come under  "disewsitmnffiHd~there^'s~no^o"ubtrthiW���������*'  many imagine the movement to be a  modern one.   The Quebec Telegraph, j  however, has of late been engaged in '  publishing commentaries based on the  daily news of fifty years ago and states Can Only be RemCVfid by Ton*  that the Hon. Col. Prince, a member ,        ing *(jp the gjood anJj  IN THE SPRING  .- stand out in his position as medical  health oflice of Toronto in sharp sil-  ltoutte against the dark background of  lobbyists and Jog rollers inside and :  outside of the City Council.    It has '  been rather, a certain strength thnt \  made itself known oftener in indiffor- [  ence to convention, but which could ;  be traced in many finer little nets of  heroism and courtesy if followed by  the careful eye.  Dr. Sheard has never  "worked" a salary increase for himself.  But lie fought tooth and nail for  adequate remuneration for the underlings  in  his  department���������and every  man who worked for him at tlie City  Hall got a plump turkey as often as  Christmas came round  One bitter day in winter the health I  officer called on his rounds at tbe j  Smallpox Hospital. There had been a i  particularly virulent case of.the dis- j  ease, and the victim had died. The !  hospital staff at the time w-as short- '  handed, and there was nobody to lay '  the victim out--she was a woman���������ex- ,  cept a nurse and the ambulance driver. The body: was in such a repul- ;  sive condition that these two had been j  driven from the room after raising the |  window in the vain hope of sterilizing  the atmosphere by frigidity.  The two explained the situation to  Dr. Sheard.  "All right," said he. "It's a horrible  job and you only get $15 a week.  Leave it to me."  And he entered the death-chamber,  removed the frozen bedclothes from  the body, closed the eyes of the corpse,  straightened out her limbs and arrayed the body decently for burial.  "It was part of the day's work,"  he said afterwards, quietly.  Smallpox has no personal terrors for  Charles Sheard, M.D., but as a physician ho dreads it above all other  plagues. He has put up the most  strenuous fight against it ever waged  by any health officer, and Toronto's  particularly low smallpox record is a  lasting monument to his painstaking  ability. Personally he is as indifferent  to it as though a proven "immune"���������  but his reliance is based solely upon  precautions. Charles Sheard's left arm  from wrist to shoulder is a mass of  tiny cicatrices���������the marks" of .repeated  self-vaccinations, for he practices what  he preaches. At one time he counted  forty-seven of these little scars, and  -while-he-must-undoubtedly-ha-ve-be-  come thoroughly inoculated against  smallpox it is quite probable that having acquired the habit he will continue to vaccinate himself yearly, at  least till the end of his days.  COUGHS & COLDS  LEAD TO CONSUMPTION  Colds ue the tnort dangerous of aV  forms of disease. A neglected cold leads  to Bronchitis, Consumption, Pneumonia.  "Coughs" are the result of irritated bron-  chialtubes. "PSYCHINE"cuiescoughs  by removing the irritating particles and  healing the inflamed membrane. It is a  germicide and destroys the tubercle germ,  ft is a tonic that strengthens die lungs, the  liver, and tones up the system. It maltca  for better health in all conditionsof humanity. Get strong and the cough will disappear.  "PSYCHINE" makes weak people  strong. It cues coughs of the most obdurate kind and breaks up a cold in a few  hours.  Writ* for Free Sample,  Fw Sal* *r all Onsslit, ni J������tl������rs Stc.kti  **ti*ttl������.  Dr. T. A. SLOCUM  LIMITED,  TORONTO  On the Curves  Baseball Player���������Yes,   we   won six  straight.  Listener���������And the others crooked.  of, the old Parliament of Canada  which used to meet alternately at Toronto and Quebec was the father of  the game laws. In 1860 he made a  speech in support of legislation which  he had already in past years been in  Strengthening the  Nerves.  A Skilful Retreat  Things hadn't turned out too well  with their love affair. Tho fatal word  had just been spoken, and he was re-  jected. The rejected suitor stood respectfully before hor, listening to hor  elnbornte explanations of hor decision. Below, tho smooth wators of  Oriental bay rested in awesome wonder. "I trust I have made myself  sufficiently plain." she sitid, "Woll,  I would scarcely go so far," he  answered, as his courage gradually ro.  turned, "It's but fair to give nature  the credit for that," he added ns ho  retired in good ordor,  A Purely Vegetable Pill.���������Tho chiof  Ingredients of Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills are mandrake and dandelion,  si'ilntlvu and purgative, hut perfectly  hnrmlcHS in their action. Thoy  clean ro nnd purify nnd hnvo n most  henlthful offoet upon tho secretions  of the digestive organs. The dyspeptic nnd nil who suffer from livor  and kidney nllments will find in theso  pills tho most effective medicine in  co������*ecnlrnt"d form Ihnt hns yet boon  offered lo tho suffering.  How They Know  "Women nre olwuys talking nhout  human nature. I should like to know  how thev know ro much about it."  "Thnt'ls easy."  "Ih UP Would you mind elucidating then?"  "Most of them nro mnrriod to a  bunch of It."  Mlnnrd'i Liniment uted by Phytlclani  Ono reiiBon why tho Inny mnn (loon  not like lo work in because work  seems so ohvlonslv to belong .*;> the  other follow nnd ho Is conscientiously  regarding property rights,  vation.  Vital changes in the system  Nervous    diseases     become    more  common   and   more   serious   in the  rtninmtal in' ptadn. Upon the ;!.��������� Sr"'S ll'lhWilta��������� ������"th?I,S  game might be killed,  very  pay more  portant assei 01 lite couniry, Biiiurfc'iny :���������������������������     Official  records nrovn  thnf    In  upon its value and its attractiveness Wj n^0^ C���������S?aC   8t   VltS  to visitors, nnd claiming that it ww.SlXv,S,t torn rf  the sport afforded b,'Canadian ^ J^rfffi%������&?".T nf ���������jl  that first induced bintUy take up hw worst, especially   among those   who  rosidenco iu this country.      He in* tmvf) nnt ,rfln������iiiwl ,v,i,irii������ n������n  stancod the butchor-like'manner in h������jja%^������g "StSn'S    taking  1  mioht   hn  killnd      He  made  n   *'"���������'"���������    ���������������m  uututges  ut  uio uyswiut  ,���������l.���������nJLiI   In   PnnfcrfUtna   i^after   l0"8   Wlnter   m01lths   mny   C������US0  urgent appeal to Canadians to j   more than "sorinir weakness"  KJSW&^nbl' Sein,* ���������d tlTffi>tt w'SKSa 2d ach-  mt asset of the country, enlarging :������������������.,    nfflnf���������, ������������������������������������,��������� nrnv��������� iUaf   in  The transition from winter's cold  to summer's heat frequently puts a  strain upon the system that produces  internal complications, always painful and often serious. A common  form of disorder is dysentery, to  which many are prone in the spring  and summer. The very best medicine  to use in subduing this painful ailment" is Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery  Cordial. It is a standard remedy,  sold, everywhere.  Two-thirds of Russia's population  are peasants.  Minard's Liniment lumberman's friend  When we think of Ireland's woes,  our heart goes pity Pat!  A near-great man thinks he is the  greatest ever.  stalking moose, would  A Weil-Known Entertainer,,  The reports in the Montreal papers  a few days ago of the death of Mr.  George R. Prowse will recall to the  minds of many thousands of Canadians whose recollections go back ns  far as thirty years or so, the fact that  in the late seventies and early eighties, Mr. Prowse held a very conspicuous place in Canada as an entertainer. His medium of contributing to tlio  amusement* and edification of Cann  dians was a powerful and elaborately  equipped magic lantern, which was  such a satisfactory apparatus that it  was constantly in requisition. Mr.  Prowse purchased his first lantern its  an auxiliary to his Sunday School and  Band of Hone work nt St. Georffo's  Church, but he found tho operation of  is the word to remember  whea you need a remedy  ^rC00GH5*C0LDS  which . number of met, instep of ���������     ^ ^-  ^;-^���������Tn^ -.-3^,  to assist then, in rounding jUmnnls M^^^^  up and thon shooting them down like Dr Williams' Pink  oxen. He spoko of the��������� ayrtom. ns n lni* action on the blood nnd nerves,  shameful slaughter, almost ns wicked .. ,, ��������� , ���������������..r���������.,,t, ,,���������,i ),���������,,��������� ������������������,.  as tho slaughter of the buffalo in the ,' ��������� > ������ J f'nJ. f' ���������' "<' fZ���������u'  West, whieli ho rightly foretold would Lnlors 1 ut Z ill so inK trou  result in the complete annihilation ,������ ^������r<2 KViidVii ZtklsThi  tno animals. ^ the limbs, loss of apnetitc, trembling  ~ "   TU, of the hands, nielnnciioly and mental  n������ ,   ,   M.or"afe }������ Tm"'       ,.    , nnd bodily wonrinoss ns woll ns un-  This la what Lady Lnurler, ��������� wife of '������ig],ty ii|mpl0H nnd skin troubles,  tho Promior of Canada, said to an in- 1   nr, Williams' Pink Pills euro thoso  terviowor recently in Denver: InorvoiiH disorders and spring niimonla  "I havon t observed anything demo. 'heeniiHe thoy nottuillv make now, rich,  oratic in the ideals of America, 111 tha r(Hj |,|0QI|,  s0i,| *,v 'a|| m(,(|jejno donl.  many roars I havo boon on this side. m or |,y rn���������u ���������, 5ft c(,n(s n ))0X  or  I donft say it isn't mixed enough,  s(x   boxen   for   $2./>0   from   The   Dr,  but Americans display a far greater Williiiiim'  Medicine  Co.,   Hrockvlllo,  oagornoHR and awo lor royal preroga-  QiH.  lives tluin do Uuroponns.   Titles nro  Ilnrd nnd soft corns both yield to  Hollowny's Corn Cure, which is entirely safe to use, ntul cortnln and wit-  Ufnctory in it������ action,  Easy  "A mnn never knows what to do  when a baby cries."  "(lh, doesn't hoi"  "No,"  "You hot I do,"  "Well   whnt������"  "Make n getaway."  ful that he kept on acquiring improve-  inonts until ho had the best liino-ligut  lantern that money could buy, Thon  ho and his apparatus were in constant doniftiui by scientific institutions, schools, and religious and benevolent bodies, In his specially Mr.  Pro who. assisted some of tho greatest  lecturers of tlio age���������Lord Kayleigh,  Sir William Thompson (now Lord Kelvin) Paul tlu Chaillu, tho African explorer; Greoloy and Cheyne, tne Arctic navigators; Sir William Dawson,  Dr. (jrafiant Bell, Sir Sanford Klein-  ing, Noil Dow, etc, oto, Mr. Prowno  ���������,nu his machine worn well known  from 'Winnipeg to Halifax, and wero  frequently requisitioned by scientists  and public* mun called upon to lecture,  in Kew York, Boston and P.rtlniiL  There nro few Canadians who hnvo  boon privilegod to contribute to anything Jilie tho .inino degree to file on.  of far greater value over here   than     ���������*[ m,Vl,r ,*,,���������>, ,))y wj[(1 lv winli.������  where people nro used to thom.   Am-     "indeed"  oriciiii.i give  unqualified  homage to     ������Nh. , ,,,t ���������     wj ,     ,t ,       -t t*t������Ht 1 nirhTiimiii������!iV''ittriV,arnusuiiVonro>''Uio'i'r  royalty, while in Kuropean countries nnvthlni*," }'? ,"',   ,,,,.������,  their vnluo is not disproportionate to ;    '     '"   I 'ullow ''������uiitr> 11.011.  Keep Mlnnrd'i Liniment in the houie.  thoir station  "Whnt is the Idoal in America?  Whon you are successful tho first thing  you buy U n title. Thoro is 11 vory  groat market for thom horo, Tho titled Kurofionns need tho money-re*  qulro it, In fact���������but tho AmerlcniH  hnvo no uso for titles, Thoy havo not  boon  vory successful  in  possosniiiu  Many n girl would die of enlarge,  incut of the heart If she really loved  ovory young ninn she thinks she does,  Coal In Lambton,  John 11. Conlon of Somhrn Township, whilo drilling a woll at Port  Lambton recently, noticed black material corning ii|������ with thn nurtli nnd  rock from tho well. An oxitmiuntinii  of the particles showed that the drill  was working in a vein of soft nml,  Send Your Money  BY  EXPRESS CO.  Money Foreign  Orders        and Drafts  Tho cheapest, safest and most  convenient way to remit money  to any part of the world,  Ratoa   for     Domestic     Money  Orderi,  $5 nnd undor .1 cents  nvor    fi to $10 Q cents  over   10 to   30 10 cents  over   .'10 to   SO 15 cents.  Money sent by Telegraph and  Ciiblu to nil principal cities.  Travellers' Cheque* Issued.  Agencies In nil C.P.R. Statlone,  I old mun I  HAIR GROWTH AND  BEAUTY  To prevent dry, thin   and   falling  thom. i'fwo may holYevo'what wo lu>nr li'df, ri'inovo dandruff,  allay itching j the well Ih"������ii tlm W. li. McDotm..  of internntioniil miirriages, '"  irriliitinn innl promote tin* growth j Htoro property, recently purchased hy  ������������������I do not boliovo in'auoli marriages. ! nod bounty nf the hnir, frequent 1 w. J. Kimo The cmil was struck nt  I think American* should marry at shnmpiiiw with < utk'iiru Soup and oe-m do,,ih o! IM tool nnd after drilling  hoiiio and Kuropoaiis do likewise. To ci'wmnl droNMingn with Cuticum j Hix foot into tin* coal tho body wus  tho Ruroponn n title utands for brood* 19'ntiiien nro iwunly ���������'ffi'otiv** wlu������n , fouiul too littnl to drill.  Ing. culture. ������tntlon. To an American ���������>." "I*1 lull*. Hpoclnl and full direct Cnlvtn f.'iinlo of .Vlgonne brought n  it cannot moan this, sinco it to,,'0'������H m-ennipnny ouch puekngn of|gentleman from Detroit to exiuniiiu  bought" ( utieiirii, or will ho hint froiMiit appli. the slniwing, who   pruiiniiiu'oil   it a    ention tu the potter Drug A Choiiiicnl i Ront| wimple of soft eoitl,   and   took  He WouW Do Anything. Cnrpornllon.  Boston,  U.S.A.    In the j wniples with him to Detroit for fur-  A publlo hoIiooI teacher In Houthorn  tn-iitiiii'iil of oer.cinnH, ninheH, iteliiugH  tl.er ox.iu.iii.iiii.ii.  Miinitobii   one   evening   viiited   thoi",1"1 '���������'"I'ugi*, for hiiimiIivo, itiitiHoplicj    bpcciiiieiiK u| the conl wore taken to  1,0.0 1    o������:  !,f llor   mpils.   During  "'"'"^ "t ulrvrn tt-d  nm   infMinod | plirnill  IllI;,   ,(.M,,|   by  l.urnhig.    It  her visit aha was grontly' nttrnctod by ��������� *>]->������<���������>*- ������������rfnooi������ nnd   or nil purpomm 1 burn* rem ily with a lino ash,  per \isil, itito wjiii ^ruitvi^ itiirit^wi 1^   flf f))(| )(i)trlt    |)ntl,  ,n,d  ntimcrv   the*,A     ri.,,.,--   , ���������   ���������������li    1..   O  ,1   *  1 i   .,    t  her'i.Vi'l reused to ennio" within rnnch ' n,"r"' i*������'''<'t. nnd gen lie emollients are; putting down test wells to ascertain  of her.   VSith nil the lovo of 11 teiicit. ,<o..-.<hddy ..,(;,-.(.,.-���������.',���������, iUi������ nxivni -u  u.c ..m.  im.ly.   Utimr  or (or 11 foiiqui>������t ovor tho little folks, ; 7   '* -���������;  .  well* Imve Lent Mini. 111 tho vicinity  she coaxed, but in vniri, until n happy I    " |? r������������������������������������jrl���������*������t������l-- how    l.litlic fiiiil||���������  pa������t  yenin  witlimii any allowing  thought struck  hor.     (Sho produced i*l">' 1'iilln'i' Turn* i������ cuiiMdi-inig thciv >oi o,m\, |������m n 1- i 1 t.-.l out thnt noiio  somo chocolates, which she hold up!1" Wl. "���������">' H"' K'H'i* "' "ftivt^of tlicm reiifln-iil tin- IMi-fooi dupth,  .VETERAN SCRIP  *       FARM LOANS  Wo will accept n first mort-  giigo on inittrnvod farm Intid nnd  soil you Voternn Scrip in thii  way nt regular ensh price,  Write to.ilny for loan nppllcntion  YOUR OPPORTUNITY IS NOW  Canada Loan & Realty Co., Ltd.  Winnipeg.  Good Health  ���������Is within reach of nearly every  man and woman who earn������������tly  desires it.   Start right with  &m  ���������old llvirtmtiir*.  In Betti *$ mate  L '-A J  TEN FOR TEN CENTS  m 11 bait.  i'llil   Willi'   i������.'l    nun   Of.   \H\r-i.  tlgAt)..-.  anything so nttrnijtivo ns chocolates  nnd wont to her nt once, and ktoaea  her for tho enndy,  His little ulster hnd been wntchintj  hint wiih considerable Interest, and  whon sho saw him spring into tho  teacher's nrms and kiss Imr, she said,  with int air of finality "Vo*, Frank  would do just  anything,   (or choeo-  Intel"  Qeee Heme Fer Quns,  The old Mother does derive an occasional benefit from her wayward  children. The Birmingham Small  Arms Co, haa received an order lor a  Urge consignment of rillea, attending  to mnny thonnnndn, wfifch will pr"  vide employ ment lot Uie nest twelve  monthf. The order it tor cadet rifle*  for the Australian Oovernmeot.  operntlnn.  ���������������.^__-_���������^_____^__���������..���������        r<<<.<, '". v.    --.-... r������t.  j   The story ih ti.|.| of ,1 gander thnt  ,wi������������   once   n   ji t uf   tlm   Grenadier  jrunrtlsmon.   Thin  was hniini sevonly  yen. s ngo,  when  a  Initiation of tint  regiment win* serving out in Cunadii.  t)nu night tthili- ,1 soutry was on duly  I iUK'ing up and down his lonely bent,  ll.e ft.!**  it gi.i.m; >,;i.j.iiii; tiiwitriU hllll  [ovor the fro?.������>ti snow.   Tho bird hnd  ! broken its Ii'l*  ?ii.I lb������ s'nblb-r corrlsd  ! It ott to the ffirii'-utiil surgeon, wlitt  |������et the limb in iplint*    Voter, a* lie  I was   called,   hn'l   it   tffnteful   listUM.  iml on his tvernvry nilnohed himself  !}o the trtKip*.   A (������:w d;ty������ nfterwanU  lie saved the lift, of it corporal by  flying in the Imr of u rebel who wm  (it-t about to fir������' it liitn    Th������ Grutii.  ___ liinta brought Pew home witlt them  flendfnr(r<������e������������mptetoDept N'T. V������.Mf ^on. and b<* livetl to enjoy ������  lional Drug & Chemical Co., Toronto. ������'P* ������'d *t* ������t the Tnwur,- Graphic.  Bra$$ Band  Thi, it the  Time to  Qtgtiiii**  Inttrumenta, Drums, Bond At unit, Ete.  ; BVCRV TOWN CAN HAVE A BAND  ! lAiwHatnrt'Msover (|tn>ted. PlnecstitloKue,  !������v���������r aon niuetrntloii', innllwl free,   Wrlteus  for itnytlilng In Mui c or Mt'iksl bwlmiwiiis.  WHALEY, ROYCE 9 CO., Limited  TorutiU), Out., snd Wloni|������g, iUn.  SPECIAL NOTICE  TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND AGENTS  Agent* Wanted by B. 8HRAOOE,  SN Princsi* St., Winnipeg, te pur-  chate (er him terap copper and braee,  eatt and wrought Iran, aid rubber  beott and iheti and crown lager  quart, pint and whietiey bottle*  HH9  w. n. u��������� n������. m. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  TIib Gttartirlan--  m  issi?'l   Every   Tttes-'f.   h*-   the  .Cnaox   8t    tvumVariaRd  -^uh ijhmg   Conop v.ny.  Tiiis |)H[)er will n<it ii'd'i i'seif  j* ������������������'i'Hisii)le fur the npiiiiniisuf uih-  ������-������������������-, as may appear in i'> utiliiiuns  tlmi) time to time.  TIUOSDAY, JUNK   at,    1U10,  "S  13'  New  England  Hotel  Under New  Management.  .IARD EARNED WAGES.  An artist who was employed  i'i retouch a large paiiuir.g in an  nl'! church in Belgium rendered  nil for $67.30. The trustees  < f the church were not .hunsfied  with the bill as rendered and ask  e 1 to have it itemized. Tlie i'ol-  1 r.ving was duly presenter audit-  d and paid :  Correcting Ten    Coinm-  andmeu s ������5 12  Renewing heaven, adjust  ing stars 7 14  Touching up purgatory,  restoring lost souls 3 06  lightening up the flames  " of hell, putting new 1 ale  on devil, and doing sundry   odd jobs for   the  damned 7 17  Putting new stone in David's sling, enlarging  the head of Goliath 6 13  blending the shirt of the  p odigal son and cleaning his ear 3 39  li iibellishing Pontius Pilate  and putting  new  libbou in his bonnet 302  Pun ing new  tail on  (lie  "^^osTeFoT^IT'PefeFauil-"      *  'mending his comb 2 20  Re-pluming and  re-gilding left wing of guardian angel                          5 18  \\ ashing the servant of  he   High   Priest   and  pining carmine on his  jneek                                5 02  'Inking two spots  off the  sou oi Tobias 10 30  Pit:ting earrings in Sara's  ears 5 26  Decotating Noah's Ark  and putting head on  Sliem 4. 31  Total C67 30  First-Class   Board by  the day, week or month.  Reasonable Rates  The Bar has been new  ly replenished with  the  with the choicest of wines  liquors and cigars.  James   Walters,  Proprietor  ftcu  CUMBERLAND,B  J  Form No, 9.  LAND ACT,  Form  of Notice.  Coinox Land District  District of Coast.  TAKE notice that Henry Arthur Young, of Vancouver, occupation Master Mariner, intends to  apply for permission to purehasH  the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted ou  Thurlow Island about one mile  East of Green Point, beside a post  ���������marked-Ar-Ii.���������Avr���������N-,���������E.���������cor.-  theiice West 30 chains; thence  South 40.chains; thenee East 40  chains; thence along shoreline to  point of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.  Henry Arthur Young  Name of Applicant [in fni I]  Ambrose P Allison, ���������  Dato Decern lier 5th, 1909.  Agent  Mr Harry Jepsou, of Jcpson  Bros., Nanaimo, dealers in inns  io   and   stationery,   aii'.vecl   in  to vu this   week 011   a   i>uainess  trip.  Ad veiti^a's will con I or 11 favor  by bringing in *]mir nd:-. uut Inter  limn Monday, ns this will unable  tiie pHiitord, to insoi't ii iu tho  m-xt issue on tho follow ing Tuesday.  Satiafiwtion ��������� Buy a ���������" drawl  I Mike" and littvo ftatiiit'a iiw.t. Un-  imi niiido, Imiiij mude,' nn., iiiiuiu  I'.oin eloin* IIavium Killef,  ��������� MADE EN CANADA  QfftL  FOM SAl,K-~A KopI Run-  iii.tml, AiiMiiubilo, l.*;-l>i IIhi-ho-  jiowtii' d cylinder, all Nuivu paint,  ed, new tyt'i'i*, nnd hutuhi >w fum-  jili'ie-li-piifi! ������7110.00, .\pply to  <i. It, .ji>iiui-iuii, Cmirtt'i m liotul,  ��������� _���������4.   KMR SAI.K A On* f...itiiiH|  In um-nn hull l"l. Km' I'n.i :i>* ���������mv-  tl iiliti's ������p[il\ at llii" iillir.'  1 'ixi* ������������������ <, * 1 ���������     , ,,,���������  '   ' r i,   ,    ,t I. , , ,,),.,,,    1 r> Ill VV  III"  ��������� '���������'inert* Av.'imt* mul   'J IntHM'x mi  "J .uni hlivi-t.    R, liruiii tv  dtt.  MA0IC  Pure Food Insures  GOOD HEALTH  Magic  Baking  Powder  Insures Pure Food.  E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.  Toronto, Out.  Not only is it ci nice mild  smoke, but the "Grand Duke''  Cigar 1ms all those ueci'ssnty  qualities which give po much  satisfaction to Die smoker,  For Sale.  Garden, Field  and Flower  New crop now arriving from our growers in England,France  Holland, Canada and the United States. All tested aa to v\tu!-  ity and purity on arrival The best is good enough tor our customers. Catalogue free. Busineos will Le continued at our old  stand until May. After that in new location, whioh will be announced Imcr.       Addrese  M. J. HENRY, 3010 Wesminster Rd, Vancouver  ���������I ������t������    IM'M'I*  I'  Apply Mi>,  Jv������vt,  ���������I. I,   Hoc,  liui-piii)  NOTICK  \ny person 01   lu'o-im  I*.Mii.vinj; nr  tid.ing   iin\  tl llix'l' ul' U'fi'i'i, ul ;tti\ ,t<.. ,���������  l.'|it:t|.'ill!������ fn tilt'   \Vl*l|i"������_'r.  ii.'i'V ''n'y., nr frniu nr ..|'i t  of ttti* Knin ('tiiiij-iinv ni.  ��������� *. i,tfi| tn tlit* Hill < Vtt'l.t > I t' ���������' litw,  V.   I) 11 uk  SlIJM I'il t' 11    .lit  Wi'llii'^ttm Cttltii i| t i,,v.  Tlio following Muhc Con won will  be mold nt cojtt price :*���������  Cididod Ooimo of SimHoa for th  riiiiii). oiiu of nnul������ 1, und two of  gntle 2,  Fivi* copies of BclimiU'B Five]  FiiijiiM' JCxcrui-c*.  T**n t*n])h*m ot P.jmtmvV Kx-nrdaw.  I'o'oit* K.dWmv  One copy Curl   Kiahur'-   11 flat  Comet l\iurt������p.  Three topic* Carl Flulier'a I! Hut  Olmiotnit Conrne.  KOU KAI,K AT THK OFFICIS  OF TUK UUMMCULANI) SKU'8  ���������tuff'ij.  ..I.'fkn,  l-.'������'lr I  ���������  i'td.i  1  mull  It'  |i!li-, *  NEW YORK  CLIPPER  l������ THI 111141101  THEATRICAL������ SHOW PAPER  IM THI WOULD.  J4.00 P������r Ytir.   Slifii Cflff, 10 CH.  Innl Kl> WKKKI.1.  Sawpli Copy Nil  rn.ntnountHia.co.imM),  lAttat i t...ui,., tni.UMiKiw,  n*a**a*        *t W.*������tt������ w- ��������������������������� Vwmv  ONLY  mmm-.  Cook's Cotton Root Compouod;  The great Uterine Tonic, uud  only gate effectual Monthly  lEegulator oa which -women can  depend. Sola ia three degrees  ot Btrcnffth���������No, i, 81', No. 2,.  lOdegi-wastronger,$3; No.*  tor spoolal oaaea, 85 per box,  " "d Tby aU dntstnsta, or ee-^t  paid oa reoelpt of prioe.  Bold by all  /      ^.    Freepamphlet."A3drewrtW  QftBKlllDtSIKlClL.TOMNTO.ONT. tJortnalyrVvam**  Woo&'s ?hosplieli������9v  The Great JBngltsA Semedv.  Tones and lnvieoraces tho tvhoio  norvoua pyatoin, makoa new  Blood In old Vctnij. Our������s JVtrti  oic! Debility, Mental and Brain Worn;, Jks-  poTuienoy, Bemud Weakntst. Mmiasimis, Spa1-  maion-haa, and Effects of Aom* or Mlteessts.  Price il per box, dixfor 85. One wlllpluaso, t.x  will ouro. Sold by all druggists or mailed in  reoelpt of price. New ptimr hint  Tho Wood MCdlOIne Oo.  Itdsor} Toronto, Oni.  m^i^/Iitm**-mm*^*k-^l  C. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES)  'And all KITCHEN   UTENSILS  All tho������e parties having bought  tickets for the piano raffle, please  return the same and receive their  money.   MRS. 0. HOOPER,  Union Bay.  Sportsmens Goods *  and  Genera! Hardware  ft*** V***MV������������^^������^\f������-WV^^^p  HIS WIFE'S CHOICE."  FOR  SALE���������Sinith   Premier  Typewriter in   good order.   Cost  125.09 -will sell for ������50.00. Apply at this office,  S.S."L]THIA"  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  ,     the dav or week.  For particulars apply to���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G. Ll. WOOD, Master  The Worried  Man, the Wall  Paper  and the Comment of the Clork.  With an apologetic air the worried  man, who had been gazing in the decorator's windows, finally entered and  asked to see samples of wall paper.  "About what price?" asked the  clerk.  "Fifty cents a roll," said the man.  "My wife won't pay any more."  "Well," said tbe clerk, taking down  a roll, "here ia something in light  colors that"���������  "Oh, no; that won't do. My wife  says tbe children get light colored  paper soiled too quickly.  "Here is something in a darker  shade with"���������'  "That won't do at all. My wife  wouldn't like that because it makes  the room too dark."  "Here is a design in a medium  tone"���������  "I'm afraid not," said the man  nervously. "That has a small figure,  and my wife says small figures are  always monotonous."  "Then how about this?" asked the  clerk wearily, "with the big roses in  it and the"���������  "I'm sure that wouldn't suit my  wife," was the answer. 'She thinks  the room is too small for large figures."  "We have a very pretty pattern  done in a conventionalized"���������  "Oh, please don't say that!" begged the man. "My wife told me particularly not to get anything of that  kind. She thinks they are too dead  looking."  "In that case," said the clerk desperately, "we have the very thing-  medium background, with small flowers springled on it in neutral colors,  altogether a very"���������  ^mjifriiid that isjiardly_it," said  Phone 44, Comox,B. C.  Seeds  OF EVERY KIND, in any  quantity, by the packugo or  by the pound.  Ornamental Shrubs  Fruit Trees  Ormvi) to suit tho B, O,  oliwate.  Catalogue  Free by Mail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Ltd.  786 Granville Srreet  P. O.  Sox 1003  VANCOUVER, B.O.  the man/looking more womeaThan  ever.   "My wife says flowers on wall  paper never look like anything but   >  smudges."  "Say," said the clerk, rolling up  his stock, "you don't want wall paper.  You want a divorce."  The Wise Though Gentle Reader.  In an armchair of a Pullman amok  ing car on the way east from Louisville a polite but resourceful man was  trying hard to read a novel while his  next neighbor kept up a running* fire  of chatter.   With the light of a des  perate resolve in Ins eye, yet cloaking  determination with exquisite polite'  ncas, the reader presently said: "Par  UNI) AOT.  Form ut Notiue.  Hui'iirc, Vancouver Islnud hnnd Diatrlot.  DlHtrlut of lUipeit, oimt of snull lnko  11b ut $ of a nillti north uf (Jtmruio Litl<������,  TAKKNOl'lCB that I, Matilda LouUe  l> iploy, tf Vnucouvur. oooupation married  woiium, ItitomlH to nji|j|y for p rminalon to  piimhuiti full'iwinif tletorilied 1-miIh:  I'oiumnno'nv nt 11 pose planted three  mdtM nnrth of S,x\', ourner ot townuhlp 8;  don me, but my memory for names  is not to bo depended upon. Your  name is"���������  "Shepherd," replied tho voluble ono  cheerfully.  The one-sided conversation kept on  awhile longer, the light of desperate  resolve meanwhile burning brighter  and brighter. Thon the render ruised  his eyes to i\ stranger, his neighbor  across tho aisle, and suddonly demanded, "Whnt is your nnmo, sir?"  "Ward," said tho stranger,  "Yon, yos, ol course!" oriod the  reader briskly. "Mr. Ward let ino introduce Mr. Shepherd."  Bv which simple but ingenious expedient tho torrent ol extraneous  chatter was diverted to poor Ward,  and the reader read happily ovor  after.  The Inquisitive Woman,  Street cur comliietorH ruwml Inqulsl.  tlve women imnncnKorH with mipowtU  tlovm dread. Tlie other day a fus������  lili'\v out In n nroiidwny car, nnl that  cor wiih bitched on us 11 trailer to tho  ono iiboiid,    ProKOiitly n woman lio-  ((IIII   tO limit  t|ll('*tlO(lfl.  ���������What would hopi*n." mio aald, "lt  the fuxe were lo Mow out In that car  iiImhhI? What would become of 11*7  Woultl tbo cur nlieml of that bo Able  to dniR both of thoso emu?"  "I don't know," anld tho conductor.  "But don't worry. Wo won't luivo a  cli'ittfo to find out A doublo nevident  of Hint kind has never liapiiotiod to a  enr of inino yot. and It Ixn't likely to  tlionoo f������������t 40 ohiiiimi thonoe south 40   . ,     ,   ,  ������lmin,,oroB,lntf.mn)l river, theuce wat  hfJ^\^ iLl^l^mlT^  41 ohain ������i thenou north 40 chains tn point  uf giimuio' cement, being ehout NX) niirtm.  AIiPKKD K. OltOl'LKY, fouler,  Vil.it'0*4VM.  A������plpB*-t  tor tha* lanilonth* euteiu  ���������ImrtiHof Ueorgi.������ Luke, Kipeit Ui'triol  Daud June Ut, IU10.  Form No.O.  I-ANU AOt'.  i'i f.n ,i( ,\ui a*,  ,lt������t tben there came an expiation  Abend, nnd both onr* came to a stand-  ���������till.   Tlio funo had blown out  "Confound thnt woman!" growled  tl>������> conductor. "That l������ nil h������r fault  Thl������ wonldn't hnvo hopprnml If ahe  hadn't nxNcd ho many fool miwilonn.  Shu's u Jonah."  VttnO"������v������������r I������.a,,d Littttl PMrtut.  j    l)l������������riottif Knptr ,oa th<>ew,terii elmref  of Ocornle Like,  T.l.'flJ y,,,T,'r'J' 'J;������������������.   '   !>f-.' ?.!,���������   J,   ���������;'..  Oopley, of Vanottitrer, ,co������pttinti imr-  rod wiiiian, luteod* to apply for permia-  i>i>n topurchwo Ihe foil* win* .'e-cnlied  lnil.Oitinientiioaat ti ptwt flaeted ������������e  mile uurtti of tbo H.W, onroor of tuwuibip  Ki Ibe ice o������������t 40 die ne; tbenrw iwrtli 4n  vhlii'iilbtiM x.e������ln*tmr ������������ tlii ������������ttn������'  elgnef wmiiI Ulto: tbt-nco f������l|.i������|.tf !'#.  Mmtp ������t.d bikt< hi ��������� m.nO) %-i.rnl 'tr������>t-tl,,ri  to (������ ������i do.������ nnr'h of fwint < f cm notice.  ttiotit i ti mm ������������������uth to ��������������� int cf Oikcuenoo  tu*>t.t   0 11 mtinboat Warn*.  WlKIHtKU AL.it \ t'ROI'I.KV.  atAta *t, V������t.#wntrfr,  M.|t|M*tfft th* '������ ���������' ��������� ntufflm'lUlP,  ������.,|,14  f   mi#>nnr|||of (Ktngf l.������ **,  t niie 1 jubf i������t, iaio.  . h*.9 Am mrnl..  It Paid,  A Utile boy of ttve years, pmylnc  wltb bin aUter one day, touncd too fur  t>tu ol int* mvcmni aiury wiuuow, lt������t  Ll;i bsl.'itii'i' nud fi-ll Jijjn Ujc iuri) U-  low. Very mlrneuloitHly lie caenpud  botiiR Injured, und ht* parents nnd  frlendi wore ao del lain wl that thoy  pave blm qui to n number of peoolea,  nickels and dlni^it.  j he twat dny, nttvr be rocoverod  from tlw tfcock of,tbo fall, he ntta  counting blM money nnd on raeln* bla  little aiatrr enter tbe room exclaimed:  "Qee, aiadya, lo,ik at all the nwnejr  I {tot for fnlllw ������������nt of the window!  Why don't ym try It***���������Delineator.  Mafttiojtf's Ettate,  It l������ ������ *ny (wilmb tonv������.niloo wbMl  lay* down lint we nre ���������rrown op wbea  we bate i**<-lii>d ^r twt-uty.flrft Mrtfc.  dny. Tbt nml majority la meted  wbue nre befftn tu/������r������i onr own breftd  nnd twttw ami lo !*kn* forth lb* Ugh*  wblcb haa twen ry������t������*n*il tn m by tb*  ������t������tr ���������������* otbera tor tbe tart ten nr iSttemw  wit Belt detwtttlent** ntnt talf re*%*  aDctf-tbet Ut tbe mil rujnbooil���������1*1* j .'v*Jt ; ir"VA '"'������������������'' ^���������Li!-- r---^-^'~^^  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  m   For $l.oo a Year  The Oliver Type-  iwriter for IT Cents  a day!  !  Please read the headline over again, Thnn  itrf tremendous significance will ddwoupon  you.  An   Oliver Typewi iter���������the   ttandard  rsiblewriter-the moat highly perfected  typewriter oa tbe market-yours for 17 oeuts  i <iny |  The typewriter whose copq.teat of tbe  Mmmercial world is a uutter of Imainess  jtiatory-your* for 17 cents a day!  Tne typewriter that, is equipped with  cura of such conveniences a������ "Tha Balance  hilt"-''The Ruling Device"-The Double  lt������lease"-"The Locouio'iva Caee"-"The  Autumaiif Spao������>r"-The Automatio Tabu-  ii.or"-"rbe Disappearing Indicator"-"The  Adjustable Paper Fin  gets"-'The Scientific  l ,\*'>Cy?>'rWi  \AA*i$%m  ii..���������fl.rir���������' .-Hi.  Key.  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  Drink  U. B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo/ B. C  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITS.  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  Condensed  Imard"���������all.  Yours For 17  Cents a liny!  Wa announced this  ew ial'������ plan nciiitly, ju4 to feel the  [ulac of dio people.   Si.npty annull oatlt  ivmcu'.-tli!-:! I," cents a day.   That i  S'i-' ''!;h! in ��������� nutshell.  out lias been ,rxch a delude of  hiplicitioiis for machines that we are sim-  'ily astounded.  ,iThe dtmiatid comes from   people of all  jfla'sscs, all Hg������8, all oc mpattona.  'lie majority of ii qu ries has come from  fejole of knowing financial standing wbo  [;ei������ at-'.r^eted Uy the novelty of tho prop  Hon.    An impressive diu.oii8tratinu of  ���������jjmj.ease.pjpuiaJitjf-of-the-Olivar-Typfr  liter.  f st*rtl/itg confirm ,tion of our Iioliff that  ':!���������! Era of Universal Typewriting is at  nud.  A Quarter of a Mill-  on People are Mak-  m MONEY with  I  FAIRFIELD  !  !;=: STORE ���������l  J. JACK,   Prop.  A Fine Assortment of  ihe Choicest Gaudies,  Fruits and Tobacco  Vancouver Ice Cream,  to  ib  to  Sato  to  9  to  When You Are Thinking of  icvcie  That are a Select Line, Your  Mind Naturally Turns to the  Singer, Humber,  Royal Enfield,  & Coventry.  We have them all Write for  prices, with Free Wheels, Coaster or variable gears.  WE DO RENTING  AND   REPAIRING.  Thos. PLIMLE Y  11 io Gov,t Street. Victoria, B.C.  Opposite Spencers  A cup of BOVRIL is a fine  tonic in any season, but it is  Valuable in many other ways.  A little added to Hashes  and Stews greatly improves  their food value. Try it when  wanning Canned Meats.  BOVRIL  IF VOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO THE  NEWS. FIRST-CLASS WORK  ������ Dunsmuir Ave.- Cumberland to  4> _ '      .   9  Walworth=Rolston Co.Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave.,     Vancouver, B. C.  'f-t������j������.j..j..j~?~|..|^.^~l������{������j~j~{������4,^+,!"������'*l*  '* Cumberland ��������� JLivery ���������  Und Feed Stable...  %m.  I  OLIVER  Typewriter  icilE STANDARD VISIBLK WRITER  I  jjl ho Oliver T\ ptiwritti.* i* a moneymaker  it fn*m t-*o word "ko1" So e*������ny to nm  Lt iiexiii .art mo x get iii ho "ex^n' ..  Im. Kiirmu ynu Mtrn. hel thn tiut-  fiiio p iy the 17 omits it uuy-nud nil almve  It syoiirg.  t\ h lever you aio. ihi-ro'ii work to lw  in:an I moiny tu bd muds by iissiiiiitf iho  i������*iir    Tht' bitumens >ttirlil i������cilliiitf I'i r  \ r op n at m. Thorn arj not enough lo | '������,  {ply Ihu d������uw������nd. Tneir dJiurirfK itto ood-  )n'.ily ttlwvotliDW.uf many oU-hjh of  liter*.  Ln Oliver Typ 8wri-  fr in every home!'  flint Ih onr Imttlo o y todny. We li ivu  I'o tliott ivwr Hiijirimt) in UHnfuhn-HH ami  |iluti-ly inili.p'iisiiblti iu lm inem. N ax  ion tlmftniii|iumt of tli������> hum*.  io ������iui|iliaity anil Btit'imlh nf tho 0 Ivor  I fur r.iiuily uh*. It fo hououiiins uu  |oit.t'ili -now in tho home triuiiii u "f  -,g \itoii\e. An tiluc4ir us will mi ii  |tty iniiktH*.  iw will ir jiliii pu i   llm  01 vu  nt tlirttuhnlil of ������������������vtiiy Iioiiim  In Aiiiu-  Will >nu olim tlm duo.' u(   vour  l������ or iilllae mi thii* rt'iii'irkuh't" Olivor  .(.unity,  |im f. r further tMnilii ut "iir o-Hy  .ui.lat.c������ oi'p> uf tho ii������w Olltor  ton. AlllllllHH  (The Oliver Type-  iter Company.  i >j Olivor Tyj;������wrlUr BuildmiT!  Ohico, Ills., U.tl.A.  I Koim Nn. I) '  I LA Nil AtT.  POItM OF NOTtOR.  <!nm.t I,ntul Dintiict,  'i     .   ....  '*.   .-,-<��������� m^   ...r  u.ll.At't.  KK NOTIOB I hat Ulof lloM, o<  H.C., ootjo|ial|on mimhi-r, ln'm"r'*  tlv f r |*rml������ Ion t-<������ p������r*li tw   It  i ������tl.'cl'f>l I ml-':   (Viniuio Hiiu  4i<i |i|i.it������������<l ������*��������� tlie HfirlliHt t j ���������tin r  '.I -ppli.il ft h.v M������ 'fltnlln. flitor*  *MI i*i������������'ri|������, tint, oe ..nl  Ho du. ���������*.  . ,f>,tl| Hll    f'lll    1,     Al^l-A W.-l     V.I  . in tlm pW'.f li Ailing.  Of/'F lltH.*������l*.  Ki.������*������o luw.v'su. Ag nt.  wlM������.rtt.������tu<!( t'JH*.  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST ; CLASS  RIGS : OF : ALL  KINDS  .  .  ...  wood  and Coal  Hauled  Dunsmuir Avenue  CUMBERLAND,   H. C.  You can nowobi.*:- "ho Utunher  land News for ior $1.00 a year.  Ler ue i-end it lo you. Payable in  advance.  Old papers for salo at ihe New'?  Ollice.  FOR SALE A thoroughbred  Tersey bull for sale. Apply to I),  iioy.'  NOTICE  Lever Brothers, Toronto, will -send you  free a cake of their famous Plantol  toilet soap, if you mention this pajier.  E. 0. Emde Tipe fitting and  General repairing.  STENDKHS iiililretsed to tlio  tl, und iirdnrsod "To, ���������  dor for Sifel Dieiltftt for llrit'eh (Joltini-  bU," ������vill he reiti'jv. d ������t this oIUod umil  ���������1.0D P. M., on Wtdnccil^y, July 20th,  I 10, for liiooiiiifilruoliiiiiof a MeM llos>-  Well Twin Sontw Ua'������n Loading Jhodyo.  Plum,  R|ieoiflctttion und f'rm of Oi'ii-  .���������HJ.H*.r^*I-M'J"t ^*f ^II-W-H-M- trtut can ho mi nii.nl furniHof iend������r ol ���������  taiiiod at tliix l)t)|iii'tni������iil,  at tho i'Muck  mt  ���������   ���������*  TrmW  mWi  ������������������  I  >  I  i)  a  w  0  <  ta  ������ 3 *0  'mm   H    fl  a   *"   '&  ta  *   I  - w 's  **��������� jj 0  ft .��������� m  a -  C  i=������  ' ml er  jt '  **  3       m*  N    B  ll     V  a*  'A -    .  9  IWMTf  inw  '-��������� s -~  -*m S: mmm  : ���������-  ft ������������������" **  ������ I s  JS -I ���������  rp .** *^  fi ai -t  ,g >.  5 a  ��������� am  J1  I  i*  i ?  ...  w  M   ������  ������     ,  \ s  ji a  s  i"  s  e  Iwcry Monday and Tuesday I  will be iu town, to deliver Fresh  Hmter raid all kinds cfVegetableK  ������n<l     hIko      'potatoes; will  .-eJl cheap.  CHru Ykuk,  Sandwick.  Always the same, and just as  ���������������ood as ever. The ������������������Grand Dnlce"  JiViu'.  Singer dewing Machines for  sale on easy terms at the NEWS  OFFIOE.  K. C. Emde, dealer in stoves  and ranges; also plumbing and  pipe fitting and general repairing. Local Agent for the Oliver  Typewriter.  Hiditiii; on locomotives a;,;.l.   rai  way cars of., the   Union   Hollier  Company, hy any porson   or   \mi-  30H8���������exctpt tain crew���������ii- strictly  prohr'-itred.    EnipioyeeB   are  suh-  ���������fe to i-istnissal for allowing sam-  _������������������---���������������������������By-ord'BT " "  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-end service   between Vnitoouver,  Niinaiitio. Union, Comox. by   tha  Btetl Olydo built twin bcww  Btettawr "COWICHAN"  Sailiug as uuder���������  Leaves Vauoouver, Saturday 8pm  Airives Nanaimo. Saturday 12 pm  Arrives Union, Sunday 0 a nt  Arrives Comox,  Sumiay 8am  Returning:���������  Leaves Comox. Sunday 4pm  Leaves Uoio.. Sunday 5pm  Arrivoa Niintimii, Sutidny 11 p m  Arrives Vancouver Monday 7am  Sfiige haves Union for Ctunberlano every .Sunday inoniiiiB on arrival of'���������COWICHAN;" aud leaves CiimOeiland Hotel  at 1  p ni,  connecting with uteamer  Ueion.  An Ad in the  pays.     Try it.  Ne  ws  Francis D  Lttti v :  Afana^ei. '  NOTIC'K TO THK I'lnjU'i.:.  llivint; bu lt a )ari;e wii'i'hunt.e :u:(! iml'  a* (.\)ni*iuu:������y, 1 wi I.i i:. future ktM.ii; ...i ���������  Iiuui a stoct of ..ll I imld i.f May, i.;r.ii\..  mul Feed i.tlo.i-st irarket tatisH. .'  spi-cially will l>f niatlu nf roller oni*l:iv  fe.'d'f .ir liurs'R whio i will ma'te a Kivir.^  of >i(0: third it' tlf oo t III   'rod.       OnllMH  Uivtiii tlio toiiniHtor or I y phone wjll'be  p nrnM'iy lillw'. Tiiinkingyoti for jour  p'tr na^t* in tho pest Mul im.iei ing u umi  tiiimmuofif Iik ruiiio on bioud-r lioe.i,I  beg to ttu.ni i  Ymirx tnonmu'fliid,  UVRON CHAWFOK1).  Send us your name and  -addreiir^M"^ve''wnrSn  to you absolutely free, the  most complote catalog of  sportsmen's supplies over  published o:. t;he VaxI^:  Coast.  FRASER HiiMSii  ftf  ������mruaw������iuiim������a  FOR SALl-J-At St. reloAn  fli'ircli. Coniox, n rrom! v tut-.n,  I'nce.^O.      Apply (!. 0. p: ���������,.*/,  mmt*mxmmmmsmm*neu*mmmnim^ ,.>������*.���������  HUnsCttJHK FOR THE MCUrt  ONLY iINK COLLAR A YK   It  M**mumw,mmxv'mmmr**ew*TwmmVM  xmmcmr ���������ommmmmmtnenjuii *\ rmxntt-t^JtmttivM axtmrn  ***���������*���������*"** StTVwttmtmmm*mm%'^t*lTtKt*'*'*temttt\ in -���������������"���������������������  mmmsat.  nufacturer of..  wmm: von t������k yKuv  VUMvLHII.l.AUA YKAU  The Courtenay Motel  Kvery convi-iiitMfe f������������r pn^*>������������.  Th������ Ountial Hot I for Sp������rt������wpn  N'liim bm iln* licit ol VViot;������and l.'^iiw  41 ilie I'tr.  RATKfl NRAItliN^BLR  John Johnston.    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II.I if   In/   ������< "it t * t'nl.t   ll  nm     f.tt..i tin* l������<-|i   Ini^i t.  Ti.M>ii;s  TKM������KliS willl Ih- rteuM������l up  up in T������ii c In. iliiiu* 'dUt,  t*tr il������  jiitiniiny nl tln'i .tVl*.   Ilnnpilnl  fnr   liirunr   piiriifiilni* nf'|.li i"  \V. Ihdltx. S������*i������lii������>.  ineral   Water  U  Wholsale Dealer  Wines.  ,10110  9j: T^������flU^U?''TrT"  ** *'  m% ^**3UfftZ tt*C-*^*rl > *M*- -.  1$  P. O Box 1 .3  .rno/jr? 29 . . .  CU2sBE3LAjtiD  i-  ti\  **���������-.  If  i  I'd.  I iii u. .-  ���������I.'  .'..;.  :iltt     till   i'i',    lii-t  . !,.������  ���������mm ^* *-f*  Jm.%Jt-*B*~��������� m mm-  ib:  -��������������������������� .*  *i THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  .mam****���������"  mm***r^*r*mne,m  Planning the  4  Home Grounds  How to La.y Out the  Flower Beds and Secure  Attractive La.ndsca.pe  Gardening Effects &  Good and Bad Planting  ByA.T.Erwin  Associate Professor Depart*  ment of Horticulture Mid  Forestry. Iowa State College  ,*****���������������*.  TIlEltE are two Important problems wtiicli cottfrout one-who  is interested iu the Improvement of the home grounds,  the one being what to plant aud the  other where to plant. Of tbe two the  secoud should be considered first, since  the most commonplace things if properly placed will give a good effect,  und, ou tbe otber band, no matter how  choice or rare a shrub may be, unless  it is rightly located and given a proper setting the result is only discord.  The most common mistake made by  the amateur is at. this'point. Tbe one  wbo builds wisely must tirst develop  a'plan to work by. Similarly the improvement of tbe home grounds demands a well developed scheme, and  the smaller the lawn the more important it Is to havo a plan |n order tbat  the limited space may be profitably  utilized.  Lawn planting may serve a threefold purpose. It may be used as a  screen to bide unsightly sheds and outbuildings from the front; second, to assist in the development of a landscape  picture of the home as a whole, and,  third, to provide a supply of cut (lowers. All planting should be done with  the.ultimate purpose of forming a pic-  tixrfa   The home  Itself should stand  ���������Si  ><ft\\W>1,WWi V  X  -V  1%  Ail MAMI'liB OK Of WD   J'lMNTINO IN JjA*f.  INO OUT THIS HUM IS UllODNUB,  out ns the distinctive and fundamental  feature of this picture, and the trees,  shrubbery and grass should nerve us  the framework and background to sot  it off.  To secure this effect there are cur  tulu simple suggest loan wide It may Im  followed, First of all, wo should have  an open ,fn������nt,. For the area Immediately In front of tlie buildings there  Is nothing so appropriate, as u woll  kept piece of lawn, ami this wen  should be kept entirely free of flower  beds, shrubbery or oilier pluming,  Tlio major portion of the planting of  cither li'et's ni' shrubbery  should  be  along  the  sides   ur   wlnti   Is   lerineil  "/lank pluming,"   The minks and cor-  nor* iibinii die huso of tin.' building*  wsrvo us excellent places fur low gnuv-  lug shrubs mi. Ii us tin* bridal wrenih.  Tlie hlinilibery and  plums along llie  liorder should lm set about two and  one-luilf feet apart  ho ns to form a  thlili, compact muss.   In Ibis way the  effect Is much lienor tluin whom they  nro srntteroit so tlmi ench ono stands  out ns a distinct   Individual and, *������  the oilier hnnd.   Is  much  more  com  TOiileitt nt nimvliiu lime, being grouped J  Into a Ktiflil i'hiiii|t.   In Hit* planting of <  nhriibbery avoid nuy Nllff lA'otueli'lcnl j  nrrnnsji'iiii'iil.     I'bico   hoiiii*   of   ) In* (  nhriibx further out lit/in utliem, ho that i  the frniit llm- is prmiilio'iit "i certain '  points mid reci-ib's nt oilier*.   You enn ;  also secure vnriiiilnii by giving some I  regard to Hie height ������f the dUTcrent J  binds, nrrauuliiu so thnt the bed will  ho low In Home places and higher ut  others, thus giving a wavy sky line,     I  lu twIwtliiB a Hit of flowering shrub- |  pery  init*  ii.um   .������   *..���������', A  '��������� '���������'.������������������: ''.   '���������."  I . u' " '��������� iV'L.i...'   ������������������������' Mil' viirlellim which |  nre perff'tiv hardy In one section miiy |  prove worthless lu nnotlier.   There nre i  twit points, luiWi'M'i, which sltr.tilil I**  observed for nil sccilniis.   Select only \  hardy, vlgiii'mi* varli'iles.   Tender nnd '[  bail >.icki> |.,.iti.������ .,.*,..,, ���������  '.        ' '   the iippenritnci' nf a pint** nnd are not *  worth   wtiriylng   with.    The   ������teerti4 J  point to obnerve Is In select  rnrleHi'S !  willed   will  provide successive  blnotn  period*     Koine  Mimlm, such  as thn ;  Wberlnn almond and the June Is'try. j  Wnviion l.cfor" the nuufi lire Jmne   i  ly past, no tint* <me may hate n con  ,  tlininH.in of h''">m <><* fVirttt cntomtnt  from then  to  the  fir*!  front- of tin  inmn.    Btm>  tor the winter period  tliew  nr*  certain   kind*   wMrb   are  fupM'inliy desirable for their winter  <IT������ft������    TV bright red barb nt tba  Kllwrbio dojnr������><������l or red b)o* or bmr-  lit* of (he Jnrranenw rtme and tbe trntl  of tht������ wah*������ ara tit-ellent *tampU������t  of this clan*.  On th* ���������mull lawn thare I* net room  im many tree* It l������ entity dentru  b\e to bare ������ha-J������ from tti* Mt after  soon tun to nniiwr. an ttiat one oi  two trees located at the southwest  side of the house will add shade and  comfort If possible a few trees  should also be planted to the rear of j,  the house to serve as a background, j  os the effect is much better In this case j  than where the buildings stand out j  against tbe bare sky line ft is a mis- \  take to plant many evergreens on a  small lawn, as tbey nre broad at the  base and narrow upward: hence tbey  naturally obstruct tbe view. The  beauty of an evergreen lies in Its symmetry, and every branch, from the  one next to the grass to the youngest  at the top, should be In place. The  oldest and largest branches are those  nearest the ground, and the pruning  off of the lower branches, which is  frequently done to open up the view,  seriously mars the specimen. In the  majority of such eases the mistake  was made in selecting an evergreen  for this location. Some deciduous  tree which is rather open beneath,  such as the white elm, should have  been planted instead.  The location of the walk Is also an  important feature of tbe landscape.  Walks are to be considered purely as  a matter of necessity and convenience.  They do not In any way add to the  attractiveness of the landscape. Since  they exist for the convenience of tho  public they should lead primarily in  the direction that people wish to trav- !  ^inrrrt*Kr"i!Tiuso-is-less-tban-Ilfty-feetJ  from the street it is genera Ily best to j  run the walk straight out from tlie i  building, as any curve Introduced in |  this short distance is apt to appear  forced and unnatural. On the other  hand. If the house Is set farther back  :i more satisfactory effect can often be  secured by Introducing a curve and  lending; the walk In more along one  side. This also has the effect of keeping the front lawn lu one piece, where-  ns a walk through the center bisects  It, making It appear smaller than ii  would otherwise. If a curve Is introduced the Inside of the curve Is a  very logical place for a clump of low  (trowing shrubbery or for it flower bed  Ity grouping Ihe shrubbery along the  border there Is provided an excellent  background for a (lower border. This  Is a strip two antl one-half or three  feet In width along Ibe from of tlie  shrubbery. Here may be located early  sf:rlfig (lowering tulips, with geraniums nnd scarlet sage. In fact, this  is a very appropriate place for all  kinds of bedding plants.  The philosophy of the spring flower  Ing bulb Is that of "mnklng hay while  tho sun shines," The preceding year  tbe nesv (lower Is formed, and for Its  nourishment thero Is stored up n liberal supply of food; consequently with  the flrsi warm days of spring the bios-  ���������nuns are ready to expand to their full  grandeur nnd beauty.  This fact also convoys n suggest Ion  to the planter, The time to prepare for  spring bulbs Is In the fall. The latter  half of October Is a good timo for the  MODERNIZING CAIRO Could Hardly Walk  WESTERN  PEOPLES ARE REMOV-  ING ITS ORIENTAL AIR.  For Pains in Back  NLY those who suffer  from piles know the  misery it brings I It robs  life of Its pleasure, steals  the brightness from exist  ence, and substitutes days of dull  pain and moments of acute agony  Most so called "remedies'* five  ease only for a time, and then-  back comes the trouble and pain  and misery I Zam-Buk cures Piles I  And cures permanently. Proof of  this lies all around you. Women  and men in all stations of life have  proved It-posslbly some of your  friends 1  Let it cure you 1  Mrs. Wm. Hughes, of 253, Hochelaga  St., Hochelaga, Montreal, says:���������"1 was  a sufferer for y^arg from blind, itching  andprotrudingpiles. Theagony 1 suffered  no one knows. Kemedy after remedy  proved useless. Day followed day and  there was no relief for me���������pain, loss of  itrength, dulness, misery, this was my  experience until Zam-Buk was introduced.  I know now that there is nothing on  this earth like it 1 It cured me of piles,  and once cured, I have had no return of  the evil. I would like all women who  suffer as I did to know that Zam-Buk  will cure them!  Beiidei being a tpeclfle for piles Zam-Buk cures  taenia, blood-poisoning, cracked or chapped hands,  ukert, euti, burns, brutsei, scalp soret, ringworm,  bad leg, frost bite, cold sores, and all tkln injurit,  and ditcam. All druggists and ttorct sell at SO*.  box, or from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.for price.  am Buk  Made Him Scarce  "See as much of Jonsey as you used  tn?" asked the friend who had been  away for some lime,  "f don't think 1 do."  "He used to bo quite devoted."  "Oh, thnt was before we were married."  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  KEEP CHILDREN WELL  In thousands of homos throughout  Cninula there are bright thriving  children who have been made well  nnd nro hc.pt, well by tbo uso of  lliiby's Own Tablets.. This medicine  cures all stomach mid bowel trouble.*,  makes toothing easy, and destroys |  worms, It is guaranteed absolutely j  snfo and free from poisonous opiates,  Mrs. John LiiplantQ, Bon-Counsoil,  Que, says:���������"1 consider Ruby's Own  Tablets worth thoir weight in gold  ond advise nil mothers of young child-  roil lo keep them nlwnys on hnnd."  Sold liy liiciliciuo dealers or hy mail  nt 25 cents a box from The Dr, Wil-  limns' Medicine. Co,, Hrookvillo, Ont,  Lot none, of you treat bis  in a way ho himself, would  Id he trontcd.~GoUk'ri Utile  Mohammedans.  brother  dislike  of  the  Your Druggist Will Toll You  Murine Eye Kiunudy relieves 8oro  Eyes, Strengthens Weak Eyes,  Doesn't Smart, .Soothes <Kye Pain,  nml Hulls for ftfie, Try Murine in  pluming, the Idea being to get thom j Vour Hyes nnd in Unity's Eyes for  In stillleleiitly early to secure root do- j Scaly Eyelids and Granulation. 1  velopnienl before winter sets In.  Tho nexl step is ihnt of mulching  The essential Idea of n mnlfdi Is not to  keep plants warm, but rather to keen  them cold l''ro<|uent variations In  leinperniiire are dest motive to plant  life.   The cover  Is applied  nfter the  Mick O'MuIIIitnn fin tiospital opn.r.  nl Ing room just recovering fiuin nf.  fi-ets nf chloroform^���������"Och, be tho  powers, where nm I? Whom is it, I  nm, at nil, at nil!"  Surgeon Snwliotics (with a wink to  Ills   llKxin(lltlf)-"ltl   lll'IIVI'll,"    '  Mulligan (limiting 'urouuth���������"Thin  I'd like to know phwut tlio pair of yer.  is doln' here?"  Rallef  for  Suffering  Everywhere.���������  lie whose life is mado miserable bv*  the suffering that crimen  from  iiuli-  gcstimi and hns not tried I'linnelee's  I Vegi'tiilili'   I'ills does  not  know  how  I easily his fornii'liilile foe can lie dealt  jwith,    TIh'hc pills will relievo where  ntltcr-i  full.    They  are the  result of  loiiu nml put Innl study innl nro con-  fidelity   put   forward   tin  a  sure  corrector  of  disorders   of  the  digestive  organs, from whioh so many Htiffor,  There has been presc-ntcd to the  Natural History museum at South  Kensington a Kneclnit'iit of an animal  lUillgl'lllilIn    l.l    li.il'.   '.       *'    '"       C-fffl  ���������"I biiVeiiA unknown to any natural  history collection, liie unlive iiniue  for this miiimil is the eusus. About  the nir.e *d n -wiili domestic cat, It  iif-cs lt������ tail like n monkey,  ll.KU   I'l.ANTINII.  grotiml him froreit, lis purpose iieuip  to keep It frown until thinner froin  Into fmiiM Is past. The removal of ihe  miilfh should lw delayed until Krowih  bi'ulie' under It. fine needles make nu  Irtenl mulch. Straw may he used.  In iirrniitrliitr the varieties ntro  should be exercised tn soetire i.ilnr  hsriiiony on the tmo hand and oontrnst  i,n the other. I'nlor cniiibluiitn>i>* lire  larrrt'ly a matter of Individual tame.  Siittii. preft-r (he entire l.nt of <m������������  eoior.  Early In Jur������������ th* top* mm yellow  nnd die down. ThU Indicate* that Dip  pinnr h������������ enropl-MW! Its cycle and that  ih# atw bulb for ne*t year** ������*r,,p u*  hwri formael. Th# b������J may now be  flier, oi et to atiflnmer bedding piimrs,  the bulba being atnrmi In lifen of  nad In a n*,) ettllar until fall.  dodds'  KIDNEY  .PILLS  **i$T,Zm.l'!<������  A Remarkable Mixture of East and  West Is Found In Egyptian Metropolis���������On the Same Straet Are Men  Riding In Taxis and Others on  Donkeys���������All Sorts and Conditions  of Men Are Found Living There.  Twenty-five years ago Cairo was an  Oriental city. To-day it is a mixture, hu amazing mixture., of East  and West. Sit on the terrace of one  of the great, hotels on the Kamel  street for half an hour at any time of  day mid you will see in the passing  show the most extraordinary medley  that tlie modern world has known,  writes H. Hamilton Fyfe in The Loudon Daily Mail. Here dashes a taxi-  cub, and scrambling out of its way is  a man on a donkey, who looks as' if  he came straight out of the Book ol  Exodus. He jogs along with a dignified air. You meet men riding on  donkeys on fvery street. There are  stanus for these patient animals, just  as we have stands for cabs. You can  hire them as we take a hansom.  After the donkey come smart motorcars and carriages, in which wealthy  Caircnes are taking the air. They  might be in Piccadilly or the Avenue  din Cluunps-Elysees. Then suddenly  there is a stoppage of the traflio.  What is that wailing noise? It comes  from a body oi ragged-looking ni'i'.i,  beggars apparently, who are shuffling  along three or four abreast. They  wear white turbans over a brown  cloth skull-cap. Their dirty robes of  white or blue reveal bare legs beneath.  Behind them comes a more respectable procession, all men, some in  European clothes with the red tar-  bush or fez, some in long garments  of. striped silk, showing at the neck  a neat embroidered ^v(Ustooat. And  seo, following them again is a bier  covered by a colored cloth and borne  upon men's shoulders.  It is a funeral, a poor man's funeral. A well-to-do corpse would have a  number of mourners carrying silver  censers and dishes of green herbs, to  -guuJu_Jtaml_fiLik. This is the last  promenade of a inTtn~H-no~^ccmTntT  Yet Uie beggars cry with a will,  "There is no God but Allah, and Ma-  homnu'd is his prophet," and the  police clear the way. The dead man  is attracting fhore attention than he  ever did while he was alive.  It you wait long enough,.you aro  sure to see the stream of fashionable  cars and barouches interrupted by a  wedding, First comes a band niaking  Oriental music on brass instrument'-  or bagpipes and tom-toms, then a  siring of decorated carriages, The  bride's is completely covered over by  gay "Manchester good."  While the marriage feast is going mi  the band will play outside the house,  which is also profusely decorate.'..  Before the bride joins it the procession te.kes the bridegroom three tiipe.-  i round the quarter in which he livus,  Is this a kind of equivalent for the  publication of banns? Sometimes  the guests will mount gaily capiiriitoii-  ed camels instead of going prosaically in cabs, unci the procession will Inclosed by a troop of donkey-riders.  Here in the Sliariu Kamel 1 donbi  whethor you would sen a camel, but  just round any eorner thoy are passing nil day long and getiug mixed up  with the electric struct ears, of which  Cairo hits au excellent sorvice, Hen',  however, is a sight b'tter than many  ciiinels���������-a magnificent rider in a regular Arabian ISjghts costume comes  ourveting along on u jingling Arab  horse. ' i  Nearly all the horses in Cairo, even !  thpse in   cabs, are   a joy  to   behold.  They are   uimill,   swift,   and   lull   ol  prancing   energy,    Hero,   see,   is   a ;  mounted policeman (English by   the  way)  on a beautiful bay.   The Egyptian cavalry are a smart lot, thanks I  to British drill sorgeaiits; it is pretty  fo watch a squiiuion of lancers enn-!  toring hy on their mettlesome little j  chargcr.s,  Walk along the pavement and the  onntrasis are quits im striking as any J  we Inivo seen in the roadway, Dark- j  Hkintu'd Arabs, Nubian nogrons, Cop- |  tie Christians, Sudanese, Turks, nnd \  Syrians in tlieir Hewing roh'N rub ,  shoulders with the most smartly,  dressed |n'oplo of Europe,  In thn East ono always miss������s the  charm of women's luces to which we  are tieciishuned in Europe. Hut there  are snino women, They are nearly  all in black, the only wear for the  street among Moslems, antl tlieir  fuoes are hi'.IMiiddnn hy yashmaks,  kept up by a eiirioim bras* or wooden  mme.piece which has a very uncomfortable l������xik, Hut here nnd there an  unveiled Christian native with silver'  bracelet* round her ankles carries  burdens on her head or stjuuls in u  doorway playing with her children,  Outxido the mi fun sit European izei I  but moritly tarbusliotl Egyptians, ills.  oiinsiriR politics, with an occasional  sheikh or Well-to-do ponwint in native llfe,>S, ill tllln liiWlitultti .-ilinl,,  uh.rr 'liuv''** c/yvvMiiUy enntrretrntu,  drii'iijiniins and strotit-snlloru are an-  noyingly iiumeroiix. Thero in littlo  need for an inlelligent person to employ guides id nil, hut the*! mils-  atices do their best tn keep up the  tr'i.iitinh tl.-it nn visitor enn stir out,  by himself.  They follow those whom they hope  to make their victim* with foolish  persistence, until a policeman, observing their iiiiwoleouiu* iiuportuii-  ity, bidii them tlottiat, The police  force of Cairo hnx a ninurt appearance,  The tifii, fctivs iill, are uniformed  in khaki and well drilled-by tlic  English, of course. It Is odd to noe  them wearing the blue ittitl white  ���������tripod armlet of the London eon-  utaol". Hut they ������r������ a long way off  displaying the calm, (Inn authority  of th" M"trop*ilitnn foi ice.  And then coineu along ������ waler-Hl-  er, a lean, brown fellow with bare  diet, \chii Anpit tier, bmnn p)������te*i lo-  gether ull tin* tlnifi, On hia back in  an eartfierh jnr of Mile wator, in hit  Kidneys Were in Bad Shape But Cure  Was Effected and All Credit G ven  to   DR.  CHASE'S  KIDNEY  AND LIVER PILLS.  So many suffer from lame, sore,  aching back and do not realize the  seriousness of tlieir condition because  fat Dr. Chase's Kidney nnd Liver  fills aro a wonderful medicine. For  six weeks last fall I could hardly  walk for pains in the back resulting  from a bad case of kidney disease. I  tried several remedies but got no  bitter.  "Seeing   Dr.   Chase's   Kidney   and  they do not know that this is an un- r*ivor plll������ advertised I decided to try  misfnkable symptom of diseased I them. Hy the time I hnd used three  kidneys. "   ������������������ boxes, I felt better and kept on until  When it is so easy to get relief and LT!fiV������ yf'V^1]: V*}1 as wel1  cure by using Dr. Case's Kidney and j ",", ! f ��������� ��������� "^i ^������ ,S?UsfftC ������ry W?8  Liver Pills vou would wonder why "V,3 '^>'������"������ that Jt is a pleasure to  ,nyo���������c  should  take  such  a terrible  ^SSr^n"^^,,* toll you nbout  cures brought about, by Dr. Chase's  Kidney and Liver Pills. Their action  is so direct and certain that you will  not be u'-ing them long without feeling the honctfit.  Dr. Chase's Kidney and Liver Pills  cure kidney disease, biliousness, indigestion and constipation. One pill a  dose, 25 c's n box. all dealers or 'Ed-  ���������'innsoii, Bates & Co., Toronto. Write  for frec copy of Dr. Chase's Recipes.  risk.  You can bo sure of relief by using  this medicine because of its direct  and combined action on both liver  and ��������� kidneys. Ordinary medicines  often fail because they do not awaken  the action of the liver and bowels and  do not eive the kidneys any chance to  get well.  Mr. Fred Cummer, Lillies, Leeds  Co., Ont., writes: "I can honestly say  Good  Idea  "I have a great deal of trouble."  "So do  I."  "What do you do with it?"  "I give a, lot of it to my landlord."  She Felt It  "Don't act thnt way or people will  say you married me for my money,"  "What do you care what they say?"  * "Of course I care. You know the  truth always hurts."  So Clear  "How did vou like the speaker?"  "Very well."  "Did you understand what he was  talking about?"  "Certainly."  "Then that is where you had the  advantage over him."  Imagination is truly remarkable in  its results, but it has to be flrst transmuted into coin of the government.  eeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeweeeeeeeeenennnnnnm->m*  EDDY'S  Bread Wrappers  To Prevent Danger of Impurities in Delivering from tbe Oven to the  <>~Honie���������rnsist-oii^our~Baker--WranpiiigJiJsJ3re^d in Our Wrappers.  ,,  We are the Originators of Bread Wrappers Now Used by Leading Bakers of Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, and other Cities.  THE E.B. EDDY CO., Hull, CANADA  ea^eeeeeeeeeeeeaaeeaaaaaeaeeeaaaaeeeeaaaeeeeeeeeeeea-e  SURE  BAKING POWDER.  MAGIC  BAKING POWDER  INSURES  PURE FOOD.  STUMP, BUSH A NO TREE PULLERS  If ymi have land to clear, no matter where it M, with stumps, sfiwul-  ing trees or snwill buwh alder^ or  willows, we have the nuacbire and  apparatus for doiim th* work, and  we iell our maehina on a  uuiwiwvten thnt H will woj-to fun-  ter, be cwwlw n<no more nanvunileut  than any (ntliw nwuolilme nn the  marital., It, it al*o the wily M/iJ-  ifii'ihle Iron SMmvp nwiflhim1 twirl*,  Do not f������i.������l it wny time and money  wf.li old di Lap id,i ted cwtM iivnn m������-  ehhitm, If you write for CatAlogim  A-ddT-Mii!-- "8" you wil) net full pivrtictikn,  OANADIAN SWINSONS LIMITED,        LINDSAY, OANADA.'wt  J.L' ,.| .1  "ORANGE LILY SAVED MY LIFE"  Those words or .expressions ha**  Inn the same meaning are contnlnetl  In hundrttds (if the letters I have received tlurlnr the past year. Many  were from women who hml siifferetl  afonlui from falllnt of womb; others  from women who nad escaped dsiif-  ���������roue '-"   ���������-*   ' -    - -  anritenl  tumors ana u  tippilf.i1 ttlrent  As f  '""  wort  write  to the stifferlnf ormns.  nparstlons, as the  ulcers hut] been rtmov  ed by ths sotlon of Orangs Idlyi  and others who had suffered from  suppressed menstruation, Istieor-  rhom, pelnfiil periods, etc. For ell  thsse and the other troubles known  In fftnet-sl as Women's Disorders,  Orann   Lily   furnlihts  a positive      scientific, never-fallln* cure.. It  (a  and Its operation Is oertsln and beneficial.  it trial antuallv proves Its merit, I rmmtiy offer to senrt. sbsolutely free, a bo*t  Ai fto, Buftfl/inffor t*n days'JrMtmeni,^to every /������^%.������iHMn )gu> will  ,u lor It,   Enclose i stamps, MR������. FRANOM B, OURRAH, Windsor, Ont.  W. N. U., No. m.  ftnnd a bras* flupon. from tho lorip  ���������rout of which ht pours out lor  Uilrsty fcubject* Into amaJl cup*.  ��������� OOtT  VOUR  TOWN  BV  ONO������NIZINCi A  BRASS BAND  Taforniatlan on this subject with printed Instmotlani for  emateuf bands and a print*.! form of rnnstlttitlen ������M Ity.  I** i tor Mn-f������. tn*-*tri*r with mtr bit eai*lo(tie, VII be nailed  nUBR on rmuest     httrtr*** ������������������i*i   "D."  Gtmj IK WILLIAMS 8������7TSiC0-| \tm THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  D>  Ztrrp? p/awj ov/ticf Me /wrdr.  THE broom Is still an important  faclor In the good housekeeper'!^ supply closet, and when  sweeping day arrives it Is  faithful ln chasing the dust and dirt.  tfSTllrrle~t������lKTTJtlaF'ts to the power  behind the broom. Work, regardless  ������f the fact that it Is exhausting, is  a natural and healthful outcome of  housekeeping, it can be made much  easier and decidedly less harmful  If Ihe woman who wields tho brush  be sensible and devote a little time  io the proper outfit for cleaning day.  In tho first place, a sensible -sweeping' dress should be owned by every  woman. Uso material that will stand  a very necessary boiling after the  cleaning, and select a comfortable  stzo that will not restrict tho movements in any way. short sleeves  a d a short skirt should liguro prom-'  Inontly In the cut of tho garment,  while tho soft collar will give neat-  ncHs and comfort lo tho sweeper,  Now, dtift Is foreign matter, and has  no plnco In tho openings of the body.  The L'itrs should bo protected and the  hair covered In euch a manner that the  particles of dirt should not be able  to lodge in each strand, destroying tho  hoalih and beauty,  ADVICE  ON  SOCIAL  CUSTOMS  <y#W @*mm**mW*J*lm\mtt  &������%rtf6-*w <0*r tSm%M*t  t9%*4tm***m mmt*d&i*yAimw*m*'i*t  *a^wLw  emmmmarw*^m*m* i*mm\mt\*mrtm^^mm**nmw  PRACTICAL JOKES  LAST summer I had occasion to  meet <i littlo woman from Kentucky who was brought North to  a well-known hospital for an  npenitlnn, She was unable to sit up tlur-  Ing tha tortious trip; Indeed, sho caught  only a lleetlntt gllmpso of the scenery l.y  raining her bend, for her spine hud  been Injured by a practical Jokur. Oh,  It was such it Joke! lie bad cut tho  hammock In which she was lying, nml  tha result wns not wlutl ho luul expected, All tils ropentnnco will never  give to his victim her former strength  and onjoymont of good health, and t  tliitilit If she Is even walking now.  It Is the extreme case of wlmt practical jokes can do, As a rule, they are  never founded upon malicious or cruel  intentions, but thuy always embarrass  the victims, nnd usually hurt some one.  Tnuro Is a class of pructlcnl Jokes  that Is pluyod on Innocent children,  who, by thoir vory Inferiority of In-  ttilloot, aro unablo to realise tho Joke  tiiomont, Oldor brother! and slstori,  anil, I regret to add, some parents,  consider It n trrent 1ntfn tn ������t>nrn the  t Utile ones. Ploaao think o'f tho re-  auk*, a chllJ la a creature ot imagination and littlo Judgment, and  llie fright In his mind cannot be  cuuntorbalanood by arguing or explaining afterward.  Thoro is tlio practical Joke   which  -v,.4.c   ^uv..-������  I..4.-.V  tit***..  ii.*l   myvti  a nowly wedded couple, Besides be-  Ing absolutely vulgar, It Is a sign of  a lack of friendliness, Any action  that Increases the embarrassment and  annoyance of tha bride and groom'  should ba atrlotly forbidden at a wedding. From the stealing of the trunk  key to tha kidnapping ot tht groom  It la a Jong cry, but eaeh Is an evi-  deuce of bad form. A wedding Joker  should bt-, crossed Jrom your list of  friends,  A practical Joke has the enjoyment  on one side only.   It la a selfish de  sire to put another unsuspecting person In an embarrassing predicament,  It Is a distorted idea of whnt constitutes fun or humor, It Is a reprehensible not that pooplo ought to  punish  quickly  nml   decidedly.  Tho Jolly funmitkor who Insists  upon removing n chair from a seated  porson to secure the laugh has vory  little rollnnoe on bis ability to attract attention In any valuable and  well-bred way. Ho should be troatod  to n pollto tnlk on tho subject and  retiuusted to call olsowhero,  There Is always a lack of kindness  In a practical Joker's motives, X  think that few ovor weigh tho sub-  Joot enough to consider whoro those  outrngos against good sonHo might  end.. But If Uioy think not, then wo  must think for tliom,  I might write columns on tho practical Jokes pluyod at homo, In schools  and on the stroots, but ynu know a  Joke of this kind, when you see It  played,  I bellovo that women, as ii rule,  nro lentil tn piny these Jokes. Our  powor llos in the contompt and ills-  approval that wu eun show fur thorn  uud tholt* perpetrators,  Wo arc powerful, numerically. Lot  'If "if0 a '"roiiful stop m the right  direction to make prnotlonl Jokes  things of lite pnsl,  much assistance from the readers  which, ure now used tn Iho pulillc  schools, Theso are very well chosen  and aro most Instructive, You eitn  buy thom for a small sum of money tit  any second-hand book storo. or It mny  ho Hint by applying to tt principal of  one of iho schools In your vlulalty you  may borrow tht* books you need. In  thu roodorB you will llml suggestions  of standard works which vou should  rend. There ls also un easy gradation  of Iho work, and n 'well-thought-out  plan of a growing stock of words,  No Assistance Needed  Pear Mn, AUtims.  , When ii, vmins uentleman mills si mv  liqitif, is ll proiMT ,fnr ini- tn smilM hint  wllh hi* overrun!  wlnn  hi- in U-.ivlriK?  In It proper for mt-. in an nut with it young  Ki'iiDiniiim unchsiKirnnml? I nm is vi-hh  ilil, DOtUITPl!!..  No assistance Is needed In such n  en no. \  it your paronts are well ae'iiinlntoil  with the young man umi nre willing  to let you go wlthuut a chttpemn, ihen  There Is a covering which is nothing  but clever manipulation of a huge  square of muslin. Fold back a point an J  place the double bias edge across the  eyebrows, around the crown and pin at  the back. That will give the remaining points of the e<iuare at each side.  These can then be tied under the chin.  Dust cannot possibly settle on the hair  or In the ears when this headibess is  worn. ���������  Large gloves protect the hands. Tliey  must be loose to offer no Interference  with the free and easy play of the  muscles of the forearm. The hands can,  be kept soft and white, even by one  who sweeps. The object is to keep the  dust from closing the pores and from  drying the skin.  One of the most harmful- and easily  acquired habits of t*ne sweeper is to  open the mouth while breathing. The  mouth, you will remember, is for the  passage of food only. There are no Hum  halrs-in-the-membranei���������as-in-fche-rtose  to sift the particles of dust from the nl.-.  It was never meant for breathing purposes, and colds and throat troubles will  surely result, from mouth-breathing.  Dust must be kept out of the throat. A  bandage of swiss or soft muslin is all  that you will required lt will pay to  take this precautionary measure.  After the reign of the broom all nasal  passages should be thoroughly cleansed  of tha Irritating particles nf dust, A  weak solution of peroxide or hydrogen  or of salt and water ts within every  one's reach. Tho atomizer Is effectual  In this step, A cleansing, with cold  cream, of the face that has been exposed to the dust is Important for the  healthy condition of tho skin, I advise  a warm bath for the entire body ttftor  the work of the morning.  Of course, 1 nood not urge that windows should be open during the sweeping hour, And that tho linal dusting  should be accomplished wllh a dump  cloth.  Here's health and comfort for the  woman behind the broom)  I am sure he will stnrt to talk, If he Is  at all enthusiastic.  i. Most improper, and may cause iho  man to lose his respect for you, A girl  ennnot be too careful about hor actions  when out with young men,  3. It could hardly ho enlloil Improper,  but It would bo unnecessary.  4. If you wnnt to be popular, de nut  strain it point to bo so, lie nutuial nt  all times and tront all persons with i  kind and courteous manner. Do not be  deceitful.  fi, Not If it means that you havo to  give up your girl friends. The friendship of girls who are sincere at nil  times Is never ta he shunned.  Eating Olives  Hint Mrs, Adam*. .'  1. I sin 14 yum old,   Wtint Is thi* correct  length far mv ������klrl*7   I am shout & f������������t In  :��������� la It |irn|wr to nut olives with ������ fork?  .5, In II ImiTopiir for n slrl In "isttil en  thn oori.tor.ntul bilk with a lmy friend whn  to let y  it wouli  Solutions to Social  Problems  ino Should Order?  U,..\i, ..ii������. Auaim.  Wnulil   vmt   Wlnrtlv   tell   me   wtv,  ...a     ������hpuld ilo th* nrilnrin? whim a lady  snd soniTunan so to a reJTauran"?  ATsu;  ass^irtur'irtSuir^iiiaii'w^  .v.,2l ���������"!��������� iflr,t *fiK dn*. man ahouid do  the ordering, aftor having consulted tlio  wnmnn      In   thi I     .....    ���������'>,���������",  who   has   Invited   the   other   persona  ahouid order the dinner.  Anxious to Learn  Sir Mrs. Adams,  em * airlof II, and as I h������d lo {save  imI whin I ws* only U I dl.l no   vat  moth ef sn education.   I hsv* only Umi'  this country litres v**r*.   Can you le I mt  ������.f ���������  lew   li..i.k������   I   euuld i>tu>l)   ill  xt.tiif  learn lo ������nesk thn KmtiUh snsunir* ,:  j*eiiyt( Vou will It* Joins m* al nd fa  l.y wlvlalnir me. a r>RJIM\R (ilia  Id bo ptinnlsslliki  Several Proposals  Dear Mrs. Aditm*  ..rem * slrl Mvesrs old it ml wink (or my  llvlns, Mv fitthiT l������, ilnni and | flv������ with  mv mm her. I hi v.. i L-nnii rnanv vnung  mi'ii friend* und litvi. lent seven I iiikkI me  inrmiiltliH in iniiiry young nititt whom I  Uio. verv much ������������ friend*. Inn fe������| thut |  imiltl not lnv������ itnv ..n. ,,f iiuui Mv tiinlli.r  llllllka It I.������.Huh fin im- tn rufil*!. innl. r IIih  rlr<'uiii*t*n>'i'". ss I "in ii frsll drl unit  riiiniNliHi toi work. Whsi wonl.i v.iu niivli.������  nn. io ae? im ynu tlilnk Die rlitht imu will  rnnii. nl'inet "TIlorni.KD,"  Ynu are doing the right thing to n-  fuso tho propositls, for you would never  be hnppy If yuu nuir-lud u mini wlmnt  you do not love, Honm tiny the "right  ime" will present himself, am] yuu will  be glstl you waited.  Not Proper  llfif Mr*, AiImim. .  Iim s sir! nf ID, snd tin ki*|i|it������ ratniiitif  wllh s young, mnn ol M,    lis U-h often aiM  WiiiIiI it,In ill ti������hi fur ii������ tn so wll'li'mt s  i'h*|.*rnn If w������ ������r^ nm nut l������i,.t i">-.n Ib-i-,'-  t man wst*  ,   , -, ������������������   -v...  -    tonne nmn  'A*-il>; >l''IM;������l.l,*ilni ������tl������iillon������ In li-r, ���������Imti.lil  aUJJ'.'I'* .*.rm*}l ���������",1 ^ WW ">���������������> **x* tllf  Unntml lo Mich othrr md thi. tniing nmn ���������ml  .     w .    t,      t. -iU������|itten* Jo Vr, ihntilil  *mT*,o h,m ^-hmwMm  i  mt  I ll-11 ill .ii.inf tu  or-  vor  Your letter Indicates that you are on  Uie rlwhi road ti learning, and I  assure you that sureese wlirhe vours  If you persist,   t  think you will gst  Von nre young tn go iinrhaperonetl,  Have vou not an older sister who could  g" wiin vou?  Curtnt. 'y   I������   -**    ?.���������,,'        . i'       tie  will luce all "cJiattot.' of an 'espianat'loii  for his strange eonduet,  Topics to Discuss  B������r Mn, Adsms,  I, On what tnnlfs *hmi\A n *trt talk to e  vouns man,, who Is nm s r������M*r an^ whn  'loi'i not talk much'?  J.   fl II lmr>rnr������r lo Sllnw s vottns man  Will  II   mitt.-  h(-,-.  (I,,p.,,   Ul  ,,f   ���������    -  .J. Inliimnrotx-r I. ���������   -  that  I .I... not  nr*   .....  timiliil Mid* to mv nnit  J,   11..*  ������Ii.iuI4   .1..- *.t lu I* tttinitiart  r,   iw<n ti   t.*v   tu  t������   in i  I,. i.iiVii   uni,  {ti* ...pfinst'e  **<tt ANXint'H  I. Find out Ip Just what thing* he I*  InterMtwt    If you t������rlng  -t* t;i������. mtu*-. i  .In. n.it  nr*  tor,  h.. wtwlltin t������i.  It a ai'liniilmuif?  t. lb.w "l-l ������hmi|i| ims tn whin *h������ Itopi  wiinrlns lialr rllilion*? 'IVCSV.  I. Two Inches above the slioetops,  II, Olives are nitlen with the linger".  II,   Vns.    If   tho   boy   has   nnyililng  Importitnt in say lo her hu should  witlk Wltb her until he hits imlnlH'1  talking.  4, There is no rule laid down n������  gitnllng tlio age it girl should lie when  Hlm discard* her hnlr ribbons. So lung  us n|ie Is girlish looking und wears  her dresses about six melius finin llm  Kr'tunil, she may. weur rlliboiis un bur  air.  Pony Skin Coat  D-'sr Mr*.  Ailam*.  I, |)<i ymi think It iiropir for a ynunr  Iinly nf It, it ������ii'ii..srsn)ii.r, in wi'ar ��������� pony,  ���������kin I'tisl tlinl flint s rttisll num of mwin!  to wnrk evrry dayt  5. Wn* ll |irn|i.-r fur mi. tn m-n-iit tlovi'i  s������ s cinlBima* prim-nt from my innn nvi-rt  Hi. I* miirrlwl.  J. la ll |im|ii.r for him to iicinmimiiy mn  tn thn atrmt i-tr whwn It rain* If w������ hoth  Jtavi., Init tints iinil.rolliiu ami It Is hist  Hhnulil   I  il I lew   turn  in  Ink*  my  aim  un  4, WouhJ It tx- wruns lo lm hitn ru' my  rnl,������,tr������  m\   ti,r  m< '> '*,r������!!t*  1. It Is hardly the proper thing m  wear to buslntiss, but If you have im  other warm emit you should feel Indt-  prndjnt enough to wear It.  5. Yes.  I, It Is proper for him lo protect  you from Iho ruin, but hv has no rlg'ii  In   tlittn   Im.1.1   i,f   yn,,r   j-.  4.  Uevldeiily to.  A Schoolgirl  Dhi Mrs, AdsiBi  .!* ,'J IT*T '"' ������ ^netitifi te t'twit ths  aim trail *t * i-mni min Wit)  ,m"*l i,1'., "**'<>'*,.* ewlilon, altotttd I *������itt������a������������r  m du tl iloni with mr arliool wnrkt  iiu;k kvk*  A schoolgirl should nnt nllew n msn  to   iih.ii.i|n.||/,i.   i,<>r   nun,,     ||,.r   i,i ,,ii...  and hours or recreation will uut ..li.������w  her much time for the  tittiitlon, <f ,i  .���������i.niu mitti,  ���������'"'������ * ini yuur piirerits nro '.n-itn .O-Us  to  decide  this question   jltsti   J,    (!������������������  m*mt*r thnt It win not pm  t ��������� -.vm >������  yintt ettenvttt.  ANSWERS TO BEAUTY  QUERIES  OWINO io the grout amount of mail  I'ttotflvci]   uud   tbu   limited   xt'.a.>  glVI-ll   tIIIH   llfipiirlltli'llt,   It   IS  IlllHll-  lutely IiiiihinkIIiIk tn iniswnr IiiUith In th"  Huiiilny Isnuu fulliiwlag llinll it-rt-l|il.  The b-tters must In- answered In turn,  and this nftilnu.it ri-ijulii.s tines or four  wvt.'ks.  All forrespomlents Wim di'Mre nn bn-  medlnte nnswr must Inelnse it nelf-  inliir-Nsi'il stsni|M'd envelope fur a reply.  This rule must iihni ln> rniiiiilled wbh in  rt'MHrd tu in'rannul Ixtlmn.  To Soften the Hands  I������������sr Mr*, Symfs.  Will >',,i| ,,|.n. i������i| ,���������,. nf .nmi-tlilnr that  win ���������'.rit-n tli^ tisti.l** M   S  Ynu will llml ttint olive iill Is exeel-  )*'������i������ for snfli'iiliig the Miln. It mny be  usitl no Ibti fit.,   uh well as the liiilel".  To Rrmtt.e Units  T.i ^f   Mr*    *'..,-,en  Will \ .it i.ii-.in.. inf. nn tn* what will rs-  iii.i.'i. U'lll- finm Of I-...,!*   '!HA"'|-|--|',,  I'se th������ following recipe nml the warts  will   *"M>n  dlnnj,t������-������r  To Remove Wnrts,  Ills ens train of para form wllh Slna  Wis  of   llml hi.   ri'iilikti'.n.   Kin!   aii|ilv   tn  thn-e tlsv������, lh* tiiiii-tnili |w.-l> off, snd tho  ������������tt will routs vntu it  Wants to nicach Hair  tmr Mrs. HvmH,  ri<-������������<. i.-u mr i���������iw in M������������ch my hair.  I *���������*, ���������flttllrtsr y.iu s sami'le of It. f tM't  afford lo psy s haiMim.-r ta blMch It  tnr trie.  te Ilia Cklnsa* syrlsati ttaln cne.1 for tbe  <>v, l,r .���������������������*    tl   >    '   .       ',.     ��������� '.i������ ������������������ Ll,  out st.pixle������ It strain? V C  An meat. I,, ,,,-. mliii.m. If ev<r.  tileet'h lm r hitr ������... -< -.-������������������|.illv If .���������,.������  imiiinii   miorii   m  n-> n.  ,i   iiuirtiu'wer  It   Hi'ill.l   l������'   1*11.1    I .   iti   ft   f.-llijl.,   t,���������  natural rolnr.  Itie f'tilnrm ������.<������������������������! ,,h -t.-li mnv t-,  used on the ������i*t>r(.w������. but ll ������lo*ii ntif  remain on permanently nnd will hav������ to  lm iipphi'il every dny or su.  Ktil Spats (iml Pimples  Vrnr Mn. Hvmes.  I nm a lmy 17 vmirn nM. 1U|J sputa on  tln> ������i'im nt mv n.*" hnak nut an-l tilnit>li>s  rt|l*,ll.     linw    .ill   |   Kill   11.1   of   llll-lllf  I nl������n Imve a rttiT, nn Uie ������uli< nf my  fuul,   WI.BI .an I ilu fur lit AI.VIM,  Vint hii.l liriter en intuit a phi-KteLtn,  fer ymir lilnml Im |irobnlily rnit of order  mul   inetlh nih'i Ini trcltllliftit,  Tn *,. I ml uf yuur tuiu, use tliv ful-  lowing recipe;  Com Cure.  Hallfvlie Btl.l     J    drain  ������'..ifi. ti.iii     ,,     Hounca  I'slni ever die iporit mi.-n a .lay, ainl  > i.i|i- ..*.iv lh. riitrn-.|.,i|s gruwlh st |h������  ���������nd of i hi"' or four days.  Colored Irish Crochet  Iliisil isis ta now ilvnl tw rnatek  tho costume linen With wlilili you  want io use It. The dyeing of  ��������� Inny ' lure has lung bttn *uic#������iful,  ths tea dipping and toffus-sunklng  *..-.., !,.; : ^ .*: .. ': . ;:. i  Irish iiorhet Uet tbis lallar Is new  actually dvtd.  Th* thread of which It ts mad*  takts on a very (air rose pink, old  blue or dull Javender, The darker  linen shades are nnt so successfully  obtained m the hard Irish thread.  Th������ ������ni*l! t-.������\ nr mt-Uri'in, an-t  the reund "dangium" of crocheted  thread at* Ihe |,ler*a must frcijui-Mlv  dve.1 I  V, hen the colored motif la ei>r>ll#4  ie linen the material is rut n������w  frem i������i,r������ih It !e*vlng it mure dalf-  tble  In appearance. u >--������*...���������.������->* ..^^tijift^^rfMJjiWMtesSMwsiui^a'jfr  iJUi^iUI>Wl������t���������iJlWiel������rf.'.--  THE NEWS, CUMBEltLAMlJ. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  New  Goods  FOR SPRING USE  NEW   ST< ICK   OF   WALLPAPER  NOW COMPLETa  Lace   curtains from $B to SOc. o pair.  MADHAS UUKlAi.N MUSL1N8,   TAPESrRY CURTAIN:* & TABLE  COVERS. F vS'OV SEAGRASS  ROCKBUS 4 ARM CHAIRS.  A NKW L.NB OK 1R0NT BEDS AT REGULAR PRICES.  Solo AKottt f������r *'..c. moro" Mattresaea and L'ggett Spriug.   Try them.  A f i- line of Furniture to st-lcct from.  The Right Price  Furniture Store.  DUNSMUIR AVrENUE  A. McKinnon  CUMBERLAND  Locals.   aa   The Cumberland public schools  will close oa June ,'iUtli, not on  the 2-ith, as stated m our last issue. ���������  On account ot the absence of a  quorum, the City C������nncil did not  hold its regular meeting on Monday bight.  o ���������  FOUND���������One    large wooden  tank, about half a mho off Shelter  Point, on June  lai.   Owner can  have same by paying expenses.  Alex. Salinoinl, comox, B. C.  The High School examinations  will be held in Guniberland Pub  lie Schools, on Saturday, June 28th(  lasting until the 30th. Several  candidates will write on the pa  pers, 2 from Cuniberland public  bchool, 4 from Courtenay, 3 from  Uuiou Bay, 1 from Comox.  The schools of the province will  close on Thursday, June 30th, for  the summer vacation.  Government Agent Baird has  temporarily suspended ��������� work on  Grantham section ut ttiiblic roads,  ou account of disati  some of tbe workmen  The School Board met on Monday last, when considerable business of importance was transacted.  tenon among  AT~McNeirieIt for   Vancouver  by Friday's boat.  A. G. Slaughter will re-open his  butcher business at tito old stand,  JDuJiSiiiiiir Avenue, tins week.  The demented  Liiuiainan who  has been confined in Hie city jail  for several days, was ukuu to Un  nioii Buy, on Saturday iu*t by Con  stable Stevenon aud rout away by  S. S. City of Nanaiinti.  Correspondence.  ���������     o  Editor News.  Dear Sir:���������The sewerage bylaw has been presented to the  people, voted upon and turned  down. The result cannot be  Mamed__up.Qn���������,_the  Mayor   and  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Refresh-  Beverage  Drink  Pilsener  The  Purest  and Best  RFP  DL4L4  on the  Coast.  and m ids in  Cumberland.  By-Law Defeated  The following is the vote on the  Sewer Loan By-Law;  For.... 50  Against. 57  It was necessary to have three-  fifths of the vote cast to carry the  by-law.  lt is apparent by the above vote  that a majoiity of the proper-  ty holders do not want a sewer nor  do they want a gift of S(J,000 00.  It is a good thing sometimes to be  independent, but wo think, not in  this instance. Those who will not  remedy existing evils when it is  in their power, deserve to suffer  by it, not the innocent who have  no say in the matter.  George Kono .  CONTRACTOR_  All Kinds of Railroad and Sawmill Work  Logging, Clearing Land, Ditching  Oralrt Work etc.  Contracts Taken Anywhere in  Comox Distriot  PHONE 21  P. O. BOX 134  ��������� ��������� ���������  ��������� ��������� ���������  TE.NDERS  Council; they gave time and  thought to drawing it up, held  meetings, taking the voters into  their confidence and adopting  any reasonable objections suggested; the'yjH|kthi'ough our  member so iiffll|p������d the Government thatliwHfiide the un-  ���������0n-account~of~Ghmtberland-be������-  ing raised to a second class school  district, the citizens will be obliged  to raise about $480 per year additional for the honor.  McQuarrie brothers wore passengers to Vancouver hy Sunday's  boat.  Miss Mabel Almunn left for  Vancouver on Wediu-Mliiy of last  week,  F. Pickard arrived homo from  Vancouver by Sunday V bout. lie  did not briug Mrs. iV.kurd with  him.  -1      1       ��������� U -1     ������������������������������  Mr. aud Mru, N. MuKurlane ur*  rived home from atrip to Vaticou-  yer and Seattle by Sii.tuduy'R boat  Mr. J. Humphrey y; of Union  Uay gave na a call on ..i outlay last.  Mr. Humphrey ������pt������ik������ vory hvpe-  fully of ft busy near future for Un  ion Iky.   ���������   ���������    .������*>.'m   Mrs. (Ur.) JUnVNHuyliton left  on Wednesday of Ini week for  Vancouver,  m4>,���������-���������   ���������  A RjKtciiil m������ntiiin '������'' 'hu City  Council wa*i lii'hl ���������hi 'I'lniiKihiy  evening last, there b-uig present  Alileriiifii Hi'own, lloiuitl, Merri-  tinltl, Stewart, Mfl.fil ami the  Mayor,    Tho council  went into  C llllllittftl   uf   tlltt   Will Iti   on   the  t>������werag<������ hy law wliudi   was read  ,.1 ���������.-,.   1.-   ,.i.,...,,    .,  ������������������ ���������*        .  ��������� i';lh"i)l .' noli f-ii' ���������,',  cil tlitin 11 .joiinii-il.  ...Int toil  'il-  I'MlHi  \    tli.iitt.ir   tn.rtv    !���������   iiii.   itrt   nf  tbu following gfiiilftiifn: Mi*s*rc  O.TiifiHill. W. Mtiriiu-i.!, .1. N.  Mc Lend, ll. F. y< u'g mt ry, A  Mux .wil. K- Snini...!-:. mul C,  Uii"*!*!!, Ji'Ji "i Kii'inv m*? f"i  lloriti' L������kr, ami I'f'in ut I u i St\.  tUv.    'Iln*   fwi'iy   "*.��������������� t    ������i*iii.k  i-jinrf, tin*  t*.i|t'li   Hffft'f ���������'��������� -o   IM'.-  liitmiiM   ������!"���������'   ri-i.     x)   ...,; !" 1 I 1  tiro it) ���������'<' 'In* )':t>' .���������������  " * Of c  n .(...I tti|.rnit -iint* iim*h. ������������������������ei*ll������������n  iWt ������"������U<m u-on    Xiki     .ih  Mtt*  li-lli'lj/ ������'    ll'������*ll������*    i.nr   ,    i.UlVllii  ���������������.i I r.ti������y with n ttm .,.,���������������*. f,  li  paralelled  03^^^9,000 towards the cost redjtSfig it to $15,-  000 as the city's outlay, spread  over long years to repay it grad  ually,   The active opponents of  of this advauce forward of  our  city appear to have,-, ;descended to  questionable njethods   to attain  their end,  by "persuading a   certain portion of, the.voters that it  would cost $60,000,instead of the  actual  #15,000,   that    the   city  could not stand an  expenditure  of S6o,ooo the bank would seize  their homes aud lots.   It is marvelous how they could   possibly  believe such a misrepresentation.  Still, the voting shows they did.  Now  what about anyone  that  could practice  or countenance  such a move, even  if a rejected  candidate, it would at least have  proved that the voters were wise  to reject anyone that would retard one ol the moM essential necessities of any city, lawful, proper sanitary conditions.     Cumberland wants citizens that will  boost it, not give it a black eye;  push   it forward, not hold  it  buck;   put  on  steam,   not the  brakes; uphold their city council  in any forward movement, recog  nizing that an offer of {kj.ooo  h  wenh   receiving, not throw   ir  in the face of tlie giver.   They  can feel sure Cuniberland   will  not  readily   forget those   who  publicly, and afterwards opposed  |ii..s oesi interest* as tweeting  us  health us tt community, tor whilst  tiiey   were   speaking,   working  and voting to continue its present must  unsanitary conditions.  I'.<ur cases of scarlet fever  broke j1  out.   (hunheriaiid, with its heal-  ihy surroundings, abundant supply ni" i;no<J water, would,   with  picpi-r drainage and   up to-dute  -..init. j v utiangeiiietits bt* pnnti-  ���������.. * .      ...    r,, ... ������1.    ....  1 i'i|i'tltaii li-^kn.    l-'ot ')������������������������ tlut-  lili-:!*.-* sue A. 1 heir iii ���������tin- 1-> v no  ���������cut ���������* .mil MitTer.  l"t 11- in��������� itt.i*  1 hr * ouitcii 10 again pic t.u Ult  lty-I,.������w.  Voun  Washington, D. O. Jane 21.���������  President Taft. yesterday signed  ihe Statehood Jiill, admitting New  .Mexico and Oklahoma to the Un  ion, thus creating two new States.  Chief Inspect ir of Mines, Sh|*p  perd, of Nanaimo has been summoned to Victoria to give evidence in a damage suit arrising  out of the Extension explosion.  Some uf the relatives of the victims of disaster are seeking damages in common law, in addition  to the Compensation Act. Ur.  Hawtliornthwiiitwill also give evidence,  It is a good thing for tho de-  semi dents of Amiannias and So-  phira that God is more lenient  with thom than He was with their  ancestors, for if lie wore not, the  population of Cuniberland would  be considerably lessened.  TENDERS will be received up  to June 30th, for the dressing up  of a flag pole and erecting tackle  to raise same. Separate tenders  will also be received /or digging  hule lor flag pole. For further  particulars apply to T. Carey, Secretary Cumberland School Board.  Winnipeg, June 21.���������President Wm. MacKenzie of the Can  ad inn Northern Railway arrived  in'the city yesterday, from Edmon  ton. Mi*. MacKenzie is returning  from Victoria, B. C, where he  consnmated the purchase of the  Dunsmuir coal mines and took  possession of the property. It is  our intention said Mr.MacKenzie  in speaking of the matter, to extend the workings and double the  present output, which approximately is 3500 tons daily.    The coal  fi^TTju'iniri'rres^s'TOTre^  the Pacific Coast, as far south  as  San Francisco, and the demand is  increasing   yearly.    Speaking of  the construction of thc mountain  section of the C. N. R., Mr, MacKenzie stated that tenders are now  beiug invited-for the construction  of sixty miles onstwui'd from opposite New Westminster, and it is |  hoped that this section will be coin  pleted this year.   He expects to  have the C- N. R  completed as a  transcontinental  line, by July 1st  1914 and has every confidence that  his company will be able to carry  out the program ino to the letter.  ���������' ��������� - ������>���������"   Nanaimo, June 21.���������Thereport  was current in Victoria ycterday,  that the Western Fuel Company  had sold out to a liritish Syndicate  for $3,000,000, Aslwul hwt night  as to the report General Manager  Stockett, said tho local ollice know  nothing of the reported sale.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������>������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������������������������������������������������������������  ���������A FEW PERSONS WANTED.?  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 tor prospectus and full particulars to the  iKootenay Fruit Land Syndicate,!  ��������� 33S HOMRR STREET, ���������  { VANCOUVER, B. C   9  9 ���������   9  Merchant  TAILOR  K.AIDA  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OQADB TO   0(tf>Bft AflD  IN ANY STYliE YOU UllSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUM BE RL AN D,  VVWWVVVVVVVVVVVV**A'V  --    - B. C.  A\\|UillllllllilW'IU������  I Capital $5,000,000. Reserve $5,700,Oob������  j   The Royal Bank of Canada.   1  I CUMBERLAND  T������   C |  I Sub-Branches at Courtenay and Union Bay.  S DRAFTS  1  ISSUED IN  ANY CURRENCY.  OVEK THE WORLD.  PAYABLE  ALL  S. S Prince Rupert wa? at Union Ray last week.  lion. Junius Duusmuir's steam  yacht Delora, was at Union Uuy,  last week,  Cumberland Grove, U.A.O 1),  ara holding a banquet this week  (Wednesday) in the Cumberland  Hall.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS and in-  tercH at Current Rates allowed on Deposits of $1.00 and upwards.  M. P. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  MIIIIIIIIIIIIUM^  P. Phillipps Harrison  notaSy  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  ������>������������������������������������������������������������������������������������S������������������*3������������  1  ������C^X3>������������������(ir^^  CUMBERLAND TAILOR  P. Denial!*, late with V, Dallns.  ia������ purchiiMHl V. Muniiillo'.s fruit  i mid candy !������iimh������*hh in the llnnntu  ! tllock, Dunsiiitiir Avenue.  S. ISAKA. PROPRIETOR  PHONK 21  miOTHICUI.Y LOVE  The Knights of Pythias ant!  Pythian Sister* will attend divine  service at St. Georges Prosbyterinn  eliureh on Sunday night next.  Form N.i. ft.  LAND ACT.  IViiiM nf N'urieK,  I'oift Linn! I^Htil.it.  DUtrii't of N������w WiHtniltiRtrr  Takit.   Mnt'Ui:   th.l   Mary   1'iiuHii, of  {.und, H.C.. (M>(>u|intioii nwrrlod wdinnn,  j illUHldH Ui li|l(ily fill1   |i0l'l)li������8i'MI    l<*   I'lH-  idIuim the foll.iwiuK de crilwil luud:-  i I), mmtiht'lug at n |Mi������t planted li������-lf oi'o  JiUHtof llin North Kiict wimrif olriim np-  !|)Jie.M..r by MnTli.lin, theuro .1'UWiMi  JiOdies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made   o C-nlrr  from 820 to 535    All Work Klwt Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  ���������tt*n9mm^m^rmsmi^m9 ������������������������������������������������sx?xg������(^^  The Dairyman From the Magnet Cream Separator  Uoek Creek,  Ky., Juno IR.  Rev. Uolic'i'l.   Vancouver  in deni  and |{������������v. [������������������<������������������ Perry in  ntidi'i* nr  rout tii.ilnv foUnwini'ti dtod fnnijhl '������1 *\\ dn*t\\i". 00 Went sn ������i,nl m to *tUee'  .vith hnivoH io,st niuht.    The duel j "f l"������i'������'"1������'- I  t^kp.nei.|������tIio  pulpit  of Uockj Kiw*nU������o.������lnuu,A-*.nt.l  Creek Jhiptii*t-el)iireh,  wln*ro the)   Dated March<Jtl.ni llllo. j  I mn i������ I'liimilino, I own pMi>t������rtv in ovory I'mvIooo in i!iin������(ln.  I hiv.i f'.imn li rtiny, I Hutlufy My Uwr. I Am Bold ii''ii Ileum,  I Am Mmln i'i iln uilto'i, Oncmio. i lio I'urfeot Work nml Lint a  Lifetime. A Punt U*rd fc> VV. IL Grlnvu, Sinnlwlo������ IVufc Olllun will  Bniiir Mu to Vour Door For 11 Fall l)������mon4r4Uuu.    YuUM   Truly  MAGNET   CREAM    SEPARATOR  1  is  It   is    believed   trouble  over  church affairs canned tlic flght.  Uev. Vaueciiiver wa������ Htublied in  flm left ear and tho wound roan it  cd iu hi  L'H'h.  Fuim Ho. ft.  LAND ACT.  I**oMWAki>, Not Hackw\������i������  Pom* or Niwtif,  Own t Mud I'intr ct  Vifm-r-i't nf Sen- \X c t i.(nnfi������f,  Take ><mu-k i������nt |.l* I'hu'i^ of L������wl  1, ,        , t l*.i '.,���������...,[ .���������������,., rtifiir . (I   ne.i.ii     I  t-ti'l'  Ill-ill*      III      lllllli) Ji'M'lOlilllfllt I .     . .,  1 , 1 nil j'l- f-u' bt'i'im ,���������.). I.  tu ���������I'l-'O-ntmt- Ui  S L-auuo im-etiiiK on Mnmluy ui^ln i,.,,r #m,f.j,,���������,.,iiKWj i������������������,|.,;-c,mim������..oit  H,-Xt, i ���������*-��������� * T**m* VinnttA bt tiiv frn'1 .*.im������r ,4 If  i -  i It. d��������� UV|,  twiiwm.litl. S>. ' 4-t������,lit'*fW  !        ...nm.,, , .     . S-1Wt <���������   H..i������������,  lllK������v.    ...rt',   MM ������)k*il<������,  !      ISIKTII-Oii   ���������htiif   2'2������d.    lot tim,* .������.|������ui.h ' **������������������),. ,.������ erf t*m  tlm Hlfe of J, C. ttlott.i, H UMiigli.! 4Miunrf.      Il������l  :���������������>!/MX,  ter.  m iiiwi'imi ���������e*****m*t***mm  ll      111   2Jhmm*mmmC  KliM'Atil, tlKMil.l'NU,  Aii*'.lf.  DaMil M.lult*^ it, tiltU.  WE HAVE HONEY  To invest in auy sound proposition,   TIMUKR  COAL, i,t AGRICL't.TURAI, UAKDS.  M.-ifo; a dear -ilr^frh n������d write fully hi your first letter  if you want a definite answer.  Western Canada Investment Company,  8ult������ 4S* Flack Bfook, Vancouver. H.C.  0  J  I

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