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The Cumberland News May 31, 1910

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 i        ��������� j+~��������� i,  ��������� {���������'������������������ -'���������' 1 >!0  1. - w��������� u   "VICTORIA-, .?>^'  ***  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND   B.C.,    TUESDAY, MAY 3r,    :9io  vSUBSCJUPTIO!.' '$: .Oi   A Yl\/>'������."  MORE NEW GOODS.  FRESH SHIPMENTS.  The warm weather is here once more nnd'  we are in  a   positi.cn to help you prepare]  for it, and make your home  DAINTY, BRIGHT & COOL.  ^���������W'l-f*f .K"irl''^'H***h'H~S'M,W'*K*v'  MADRAS MUSLINS���������Plain ' and   Fringed,   newest  designs  and shades, FIFTY CKNTh 1'KR Y-\ R I).  S. CRIMS���������Our assortmentHeyer svas as large  TWENTY.& TWENTY-FIVK CENTS PKR VI)..  FRINGED NETTS���������Kcru aud White. 40c VER YD.  ART^SATEENS.���������Newest shades and neat patterns  TWENTY ������fc TWENTY-FIVE CTS FER, YD.     ,  CURTAIN GIRDLES���������Tasselled, assorted, 46c EA0H.o  CUSHION CORDS���������Tapestry Cushion Tape, Art Fringes.  and correct shades, 50, 60, 75c and S1.60  JAPANESE MATTING-An exceptionally heavy, stock,  clea'riag out at TWENTY CTS PER YD.  "     rt  tj-i *Jf* *^ JJrt JJ*fc^ fr ^*- V^* fc^A^M.^*^ fc^������.^������ ������JJ* ������^j ^Jj 1,^* fr^^VJ  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd,  i%*4m*m***Wi*^^ WWfetost!  .*mJr***>**nV*>ltr*^^  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   Be   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  $  ^  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER'       '  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of        ���������   '  Wines and IJcjuors,  SECOND    STREET        J  %am**ms***mawM*x*t'^  FOR  SALE���������At  St,   Peteru     (���������inveriiiueut A^ont ..I.   Haird,  dniroh.   Comox,   n fjoo.l organ,  Pricw, $20.    Apply (J. 0. Pioro.y,  FOR SALE���������8 lioiuuRonMary.  nrrivod home I'imiii the northern  portion of tlio Inland on Monday  lust.  Airs, John Wihlior nnd child'  port Avonut?, I unison on Wm- ��������������������������� ,.,,��������� , ��������� ., ,  '. '. ��������� .  ,,  ' ren will Ioiiv'b on Friday imxt /or  di������*riiici*c, 2  liou������es on  Hid, ht. '     k .       ��������� . , ,    ,  1,      1 ,   *,  .     1  1 .1   .   . 1 I liintuliiH,   Yukon,   to     om   ut  Mho a lot of 1 xl and   lxtl   nmcliL    .     ,     ..     .. ���������'  lunibor, clump,  himbnud    Mr. Sum   MiUur, hor  ,   ,,       .  .     I,      rr   ���������      ci       ...,,    ''IV'lltllMVll   ftwoilintinv   li'l'.  1. tirnutsV Co., Union Snw Mill. '    ���������'  FOU MALE--A Ford Run ���������  about Automobile, 15-18 Ilin'ini-  pownr 4 cylinder, nil Nowly pniut-  til, now tyui'*, and ���������Hvorytliiii/jf wim-  pU>ted:*piicu 81700.00.    Apply to  I    It   .Tolm.'too,  Co'*ll'fP''!'.y !l*:!*t:!.  Ily rupiuhi of a number of Iii*  IVglllM' oiMojijurs, W, .1, (Joiil'iJ,  tlm Wvdl known  piium  tunor, svill  ttt.koW  .������ >.i...v,i,ii  Hilt  miu    in    ui|i>,  bnvoorder* at thin olllco,  Now Vnrk. May ill. - -Curtis in  IiU muopln'it". yii.itonlay, tUu*. from  "���������'Allwny t<> .Vow York "hy. win  nlii^ tin) ton thoiiwoul dollar prizu  nlfoi'fd hy tlw Now Vork Wurid,  Ilo onvfroil tko <lli������tiuu-o of 1117  uttlo* In two lioinv nnd thirty two  miiiiit'-H. 1hi* *iirpn*M'* any titliei*  loi'oril midii by imv noropbiiii* In  tuy long dintitiu't* ll ij{bt.  Vancouver, May ill, ���������Sir l*'���������  Shiikloton, oitvo a lot-turo In tho  Yttiio.oiivor Opera llousts hint niiiii  to a largo uiulioiice.  Fred Kuiiiih. of CmhuiI.oII t������������..,...  h in tftwi,  WBmMm^  ���������������wow  We have taken the second floor and intend carrying a full line of  furniture; linoleums  etc., on   this floor.  with r.full   line  of  STOVES  & SHELF  HARDWARE  the ground ."floor we will-be able, to  irements.  ��������� Vancouver, Ji. C,  Mny   28 - Jf  in understood tlmi Al. L. 'Cmilwni  tbo Pittdbiifji coal milling' csptTt  who is acting on holm If oi Meti.-rs  .MoKiiiuoo, M.inn & Company t'x-  uiiiined the Oun.smuii* unii lories  |irinr 10 tbo tmund hirpn jmyiiifu.i  on ))I1i*'.*|ih>h jii'ijiuiiit, Iiiin boon ufl'oi*  ud nnd itet:c|ilud thn iio^iuon of  ���������jenonil inHimgot*nf tho nosv hold*  ini!H. The cor|nirntion wai* organized in London, England, and  riiylod iho Cttiiiiduii Colliory Lim*  itid    Mr. Conl-oii svill m a I; 0 bid!  PRESENTATIO.NS  On J\Ioii(Jny mining btsi, it vory  plonsiint ovoiiing wns f.po!it at tho  boii'Ki uf Mrs. L, J\lounco, J'ri'si-  dent of thu Ladios' Aid uf Graco  Alothodist. chni'di, svlien tho nioni-  hors of tho Aid, mot to tako loavo  of Mrs. IJn*tingi*, wifo of llm n������.  tiring pastor, H'liu has boon a valued mom hot*. An a wlioht tokon  ul tbnir approcintion itiui ivgtird,  tho Aid j lvseiitt'd Mih. MiiBtiii( s  I wit  ���������*i*A������f<w������.^Mn**r������rr^r".Jv*Mi..it**������*���������������.,������*���������**<#. * ���������;������*������  THE CORNER STORE  THE COMET IS AROUND but most of us cannot  find ir, but you will always fiml us at the same nlace at  t'ie CORNER STORE pleasing our custoirif .*, better  than ever. We have Goods arriving neatly every or*  which we want to show you���������come ia aud see them. We ���������  might say our Dry Goods and Furnishing Dept's are under new management aud it- is our aim to please our cus-  .   .    .    tomers and give the best value possible   ,    .    .  :-i  A FEW OF THE LATEST GOODS TO AERIVE ABE :���������  Ladies' Hosiery, Plain Cotton aud Silk Lisle, in all colors, Plain  Black Lisle Thread, Tan and Black Luca LiBle, Black Lace and  Embroidered Lib..3, Highland Fling Piaid, Ladies' Kelts in many  different styles, new patterns in f'orset Covers, a nice range 61  Fiiw Corset ("over Embroidery, Ladies' Silked tTndervestc, A I] over Lace ia white, qre<un and IjJuuTc W������ alao ha*^e *ev������>ral colors  in Cord and Tourist Frilling.     New styles aud shapes in Corsoci..  J- N. McLEOD  Dunsmuir Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  imn  VmWmlUSXSaSmitfM^tt'd'i!!!i  @XS(sXh)5)������������������������������������������������^^  (5)  @  @  WEDDING G  CUT GLASS AND SILVERWARE  Tasiuful iind Desirnble Articles, Appropriate,  ,"Orn������mental and UtefuL^   ALL  NEWGOODS  It wil! Pay.Vou to Examine them.  ft  STOUD ART,       Jeweller  Next Joor to the Royal Bank of Canada, Cumberland.  (*>.  &  hoi.il fjr.nrlur* ut tbootitwi at Uii-,' "ul"1 Vwl7 niw b.uidbag ami p||.  ion Hay, iiiount>������uti<-ii wiih uirry-l vo1' f,!^|"'������"is-  inn nm of plans for devtloping tnoj Aimtliur et|iially phnisaut alTnir,  Comox nnil fh'I'J on n vu.st fuaio, j took placo al, tlio homo of iJr. and  It is uii(i(-'Mi(o I tli'it ;\. IJ. iMitCnu*, i Mrs. W. WilkiiiMnu, mIimi tiny  ot Viineoovur, preuldoiu of ihu Kin-' woropleasniitly tuirpimid by iho  mt Rivor lannour Cotiipauy and a ! ollioots nnd tuaohois cf (inuv  di'Fuliu������iin.<8i4ii^uoi.itHof MuKfii ! Church Sumbiv School, wim -ji.tli  Ain A Mann, will .101. uh aiiiinifsiiig; m.\ ,��������� S{K,I|(| ,'ll0 l)VW\.lfr Wll!ial|v  dirucior and will   tMjrcini   uotioia. ,,���������.i ,,.,,���������       ��������� ,,   . '  . H and wnilj thoniGoi spui'd. During  iupBrviuuin jvur tbo iiumiiu optTn-  ,, ' "  ' , . i Hi" ov  tioiih of tbu ciiil o.irpoin*loi't  Moiar" S, Aluxuiiduriind 1-  diiz/,i havo arrived horn from Van  con ver ro|>io<ttiiliiiK llm Oitimdiuu  zoning, Mr, ni.d  Wi  j   ,,,.���������   ...wiling,    ...I.   l������l.<l        All'H,        XX  I  I kiiiHon,   worn   pi'iifioiitnd   with   a  K11 i V("',v P|,lt|1y pair of viiHi-ri in nlvor  Tho contract for clearing tlie  ���������i^bf of wuv o.vor the twenty milos  i-xteiisioiiof the E. it M. Railway,  to.'bu built from WellingUm to  [inioii Buy, has boon awarded to  MetRi'S Sripin and Sto'vone, of this  city. Work will ho coinutt'iicod  withiut|ie next lovi*.hiynnndwill bo  carried ahead an rapidly as pus-  siiblo.  Tbo 'coinintTiouiuunt of work on  this oxtuimion marks un inteiv.������t  ing jiIkimm'ii tho railwiiy dovolop  iiioiit tin tho IuhtTid, and jh 1.11 earn-  wt.  thnt tho   E. it N.    Knilway  Tho rumor that the Canadian.  Northw-n will l-niild a railway  from Cntnlmrlfiud to Albcrni 6u u.*  to provide an mitlot for the ooal  froth th^Coniftx mines is iiiterosU  ihg. alfliowgh tho proposal lacfcfi  iiruovolty^ fur it is well known  tint tlm lato iln;;. Jicburt. j)uns-  niair had tmch an idou in ooiiitnii-  plntion.    And bv tho way  it   i.- a  *��������� f *.  Very nuto worthy thing how tl.c i  dua* of Mr. DuniMnuir i;i*o lu-ii.g  realized. Timo ii' r.howii*,2 hie:  to havo *������..'oii ono of tii* in.i.t * ���������  cightod men that over liiod in  Ccippaiiy intends uvontnallv to! ,ipi,i*11 Columbia hu! ondow.-d  cmitv ii. ������y������rom to thu ..orthen.' *hh " byrM "{ viitv t]m Uii>  ondonii.i'l.b.nd, with probHblvl"l"}'a,|of,,ia lin,n" Wo "������ "r'  a.Hithur brunch line throw., ���������,,t iull,r"fwH ,ok,,ow '"O'"''^ of ril"  Mmm point on Uio West (*on������t.: P,ll,,M of tile .Csinatiian No.'fluua  The oMonhio... tipun whioh   work ! "' ll'i" 1'f'*,lp1' i,l,r'vu< ^ "P������" "  lllignu) Ntahdrf,    Mr.   and   Miu.  Wilkinuuii have boon very  fnilil'nl  ISlr, T. Irwin, of Vant'oiivor, it>  in town following old ai'ipiaiiitan.  FOU RlvNTT FurnUhi'd rooniH,  Apply Mn*, .1, I.   Roe,   Hospital  Stiwt.  Siiiiuriiiu*! & lovo tii)i*nt Uo., hid.; workers In iho iSniiday School dur  Tbo Company liiivoiiiadu a u|eeinl* I ing tlieir vohidi'iioo iiuro, and   will  ty of   Nortli Vaueouvo,' propmiy,! bo grout|y ih'h,oi|,  and iIio.hi dt'.imtiH of   iiurnliHhiiiij, I  o.sctp i im! 0 ��������� iii that vitunity iu.  rpocinhv nittieol prioiH, un opp...* I    WI1011 ymi tiro .1. m*.:.l ol up to.  .unity hurt in UM uii.on n Imu! ,|aU' j0'' panting, give tlm Ncwhm  i    ii  ibom io do Hit    (..!..mitlhiii   Si*i:uril-i ,'a" *  ion it Jnvei*:meni Co.,  l,id���������d  Ex I *,)  change BuikIiujjh, llai*ti.i|4H ,s,torn,J  1 vnufinivof.     iviiprwuuitil   hy   ������  I .UojuHMiui una 1.. i\iui,i./i, x,uiuii*  ! oriuiul lloitil,  j .���������...i.i .��������� .���������mmtl������ mmmmmm**~   --  I    O.io of ilo! Hiilorx td II   ,M H  ', 1,- ���������   1   ,. . .... ,,^.....     ,.    ,   , 1  j  vw  last   ivtek.   K10111  .hnc.it ro������  (nil If, tbu l/udy luirl Iml   boon MiiiV.  'Mt.l sot,  as altogotliiT likely thnt. mirh a  lili,; will bo built, that ooniu'cthu,  will bo mado with ���������iio line !o Mirk-  ley vSoiind and that nltimatnlv, mid  1' *.'  '  boforo vory long, tho C'liiadiau  Xorthwrn will rcu'li tho tiortIt* rit  ond of Vancouver JulainJ.���������Cub  on ist.  t-i iiboul lo oiiiiiuie'.ioo, will  within tlni range of iimd trioHpor-  tut 1*011 tlni oNlonnivo eonJ mt'iimirua  of tbo Coiiiox diatriot, and will  further opon up an idea! ������porii-  niaii,������ latiil, mid a rorritory of con.  tddi>i'i*ib)-������ ni.rricultiii'.*iJ promif.o.  ll. is aniii'iji.iU'd thai thn ad-  dilinhiil ItU'iity miles riiniiiug  11 ii'thwunl will bo in opiiraiion he-  l.irotl.e.iil.m.oru. 1'Jli in   ovor. , ^ ^ () ,.^|fi  ^.^   ^  .-..*.���������...my... ~m ^ |jy|jt jj,] gloVHt. ill poi;r.iit.   J''in-)Mf  Mr. .Inlia Mai obi loft hy Fun-; will jjlea^e loavo   n;  day'* boat, 111; ti Illinium*.*   trip  Viinooiii'iir, joiiHj'.  aillWttBMBlllllinilll^^ '��������� M\^*%*V+Tim>XlmYTV'r%4  ,*)t/.*'i  -  LOST-On    (.ot.'t 1.  ���������������)���������  N������.*w*  to 1 or nt J. dolwi't'iii'  ioiihv.  n vi i-i!.  I.O.I'  Chiidreii's Wasl] Suit  ,|ppr,pnq  Sr   JprCPii  *������- ��������� 1   u u 'i.i t-J     L-A'     jUI ul   UUU  JUST  fa**  Ulmllm. ..}   **������������������ -���������. .mm  Mr. Thkox Afkiin-nii, mn In  Uw of Mr. Jiwpli ftiliuw. iiriivi-tl  liotutMin Sniidav Inht from Ht,**,-  ������rt, Ponlnnd Cin d, nttnr ;tn iih-  nfiu-i* ������.f ton i\'iH*V-. Mr. Atkin  -on rrporri ,Stev.*,tvt and. vicinity.  booming.  Mr. \V l������ It 1 ni ay roiurnod hom.  li)   I :i' .-11 !i\ '.-. bull  Jr.,in il   hlOllil������������  iriji m Wirt'iiiivoi" .'nol V" uuiili 1,  Thr f..l.nwliin nri vod   hy   Turn  Uv'- I', n- a\t(l it><��������� ii v'i-i^ t-i) ,ti ilfn  tl..,,,!.. iUi.il li..U!i: ��������������� .1   l������ nu.,.I  Finn U"ni, II W to "."'i, ^'in'.'in'.i  I IJ  tl    \\ uliy,   S-Mto;   S   \!<������X!UI  au ii, il ������., lm. di.iii, \ 11 in o.nri.  jL������(������OHS  !)(VV(! CUlii  i  IN    Owing to   thi-   laic   nrnrJ  wc hive mirkctl   tlxni *ii    *x   .sm:ill  . (l,ij)ikSC   < tf til* HI   'li'    il'l**'   Nt.<lS"!l.  of thw.  i.nr^ht  > 1  .������i .n\t*  vour sclc( iiui; ii".-A'while lh.   >'"> ���������-' .">������! .-{/������.*������.��������������������������� \vi.-Ii  '. , a^.rtcrl. p.;ns $1,50, 1.7!% 2.9,5, 2.50 . .  Carpet S piviros beljw ecu ������ul this week.  CAMPBELL BROS.  ������?**  1  ���������   ** ���������-mmmme me *  '���������mrnrnf.'- ^.*"T'  ���������m*tm Immmmm*. * .*mt" ,m  I'll  *��������� a*j- THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  TORTURED FOR SEVEN YEARS  "FRUIT-A-TIVES" HER SILVATIOH  FORTUNES FOR SERVANTS.  FAMOUS DOCTOR'S  i Faithful  MADAM JOSEPH LIRETTE  No. ni George St., Sorel, Que.  "For seven years I suffered front  womb disease and dreadful totluritig  pains, and I had constant Dyspepsia and  Chronic Constipation���������the latter so bad  that sometimes I went ten days without  action of the bowels. Six different doctors treated me and for a year I was in  bed, constantly facing death. Then  my husband coaxed me to try "Fruit-  a-tives" and this medicine, and nothing  else, cured tne and saved my life."  (Signed) Mme. JOSEPH LIRETTE.  50c. box���������6 for $2.50���������or trial box  ������5C���������at dealers or from Fruit-a-tive������  limited, Ottawa.  Meaning What?  'Sister Molly is a most accomplished  girl."  "Yes���������but few like her."  Domestics Who Have Come  Into Big Fortunes.  It has been stated that tlie fortune  )f SoUU.OOO with which the Misses  Cohen rewarded their ex-footuiau, Mr.  l-nuik Uratlley, for his servicer���������and  iviucli formea tne subject of recent  litigation���������is the largest sum which  iias ever been bestowed upon an employe by an employer. This, however,  is scarcely correct. When, two years  igo, the will of Mr. Oscar Philippe,  toe proprietor of the'famous Cavour  Uestaurant in Leicester Square, London, was proved it was found that ha  had left the whole of his fortune of  $490,000 to Mrs. Geo. Dale of Bourne-  uiouth, who, as Miss Julia Edmonds,  had activl as his bookkeeper.  Mrs. Dale had assisted Mx. Philippe  in his affairs ior twenty-five years;  aud the story of how he acquired the  famous restaurant Ls as romantic as  the story of his will. Mr. Philippe began life as a waiter at the Cavour.  it was but a little restaurant in those  days, though its frequenters were liberal in their tips, and it was not long  before the genial French waiter became sole proprietor. Some time before his deat.li he was offered $600,000  for the freehold, but the offer met with  a courteous but firm refusal. The ex-  waiter prized the Cavour above everything, and would not have parted with  it for double tlie price offered.  Perhaps one of the most curious of  bequests  was that made by the late,; and breeay  Mr. Alexander Fleming, a member of  After the Prophet Joshua  A Mountaineer of one of the back  countries of North Carolina was arraigned with several others for illicit  distilling. "Defendant," asked the  court, "what is your name?"  "Joshua," was Uie reply.  "Are you the man who made the sun  stand still?"  "No, sir," he answered, "I'm the  mun who..made the moonshine."  SEALED LEAD PACKETS ONLY  The native purity  and  garden freshness of  A Change of Route  - "Where d'ye t'nk we'd better go dis  season?" asked Fringy Fake of his  partner.  "I was jist readin' in dis scrim 'bout  a place in Mexico where n feller wii/  no pantaloons wuzn't allowed to promenade on de plaza."  "Cut dat place off de map"  Another Canadian Story-Writer.  Though ho does not belong to the  Canadian Society of Authors, there is  ia loronl** a' t;.ost industrious short  stpry writer who has of late won  genuine recognition among magazine  editors who like to purchase light  tales.   He is Mr, Charles  Butter that is watery and not well  worked should never be used for a  cake, as it will make it heavy.  l.angton Clarke, who for a decade  the famous firm of William Bakd & I has.been telegraph editor of The Mail  Co., Scottish ironmasters, who died at and tmpire, lonmto, at id as-a writ-  the end of last year, and left an es- i *r- of lictiou lie followed Dr. O.-der s  tate valued at $6,500,000. Mr. Fleming   died   a   bachelor,   leaving   many  Protect,,the child from the ravages  of worms by using Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator. It is a standard  remedy, and years of use have enhanced it reputation.  "Millard Fillmore once slept iu the  bed you were in last night," snid the  hotel clerk.  "That's more than I could do."  answered the guest.���������Buffalo Express.  thousands of 'pounds lo Glasgow chari  ties, and the bulk of his fortune to  nieces, nephews and personal friends.  Amongst, the latter he numbered a  young gentleman who frequently entertained him in his sick hours by  playing on the Scotch bagpipes, and  who found himself rewarded  $50,000  declaration that no man should write  a book until he was over forty. Some  years ago Mr. Clarke commenced  writing boys' stories for The Argosy,  a publication of the Munsey Company. They were so successful that  the Munsey concern has now first call  on his contributions, and .has' resold  some of his stories in England. Lit-  with ! lerly Mr. Clarke has taken up tue  j writing of humorous sketches of uo-  Your Druggist Will Tell You  Murine Eye Remedy relieves Sore  -Eyes;������������������Strengthens������������������Weak?���������Eyes,���������,  Doesn't Smart, Soothes 'Eye Pain, j  and sells for 50c. Try Murine in .  Your Eye* and in Baby's Eyes for'  Scaly Eyelids and Granulation.       1   j  Open canned fruit or vegetables and !  pour into a dish several hours before  they are served.  Prunes are greatly improved if a  little cider be added to water in which  they are cooked,  FOR THE SKIN AND SCALP  Because of its delicate, emollient,  sanative, antiseptic properties derived  from Cuticura Ointment, united with  the purest of cleansing iugredir-iits ami  most refreshing uf flower odours, Cuti-  cum Soap is unrivalled for preserving,  purifying und beautifying the skin,  scalo, hair and hands. Assisted by  Cuticura Ointment, it dispels itching,  irritating and iiilhiinmation nnd tends  to prevent clogging of the pores, the  cause of ninny disfiguring facial eruptions. All who delight in 11 clour skin,  soft, white hands, a clean, wholesome  scalp and live, glossy hair, will find  that Cutletim Soap and Outicurii Ointment realize every expectation.  When Lord Burton's will was proved in March, 1909, it was found that  he had left $200,000 in annuities to  his servants; while foi but two years'  service Mr. Fred S. Westall, a coachman and gardener, tound himself in  November last tbe lucky possessor of  a farm worth $35,000, left to him by  his former master, the late Mr. Sid-  n5y~MWvyn-Mieyrickr���������Westall-en to red-  Mr, Meyrick's services only two years  ago, but his master had known hitn  for many years. He acted as valet  and general help, as well as ..coachman  and gardener. Mr. Meyrick came to  look on Westall more as a companion  than a valet, and finally showed his  gratitude in the. manner mentioned.  A-few years ago Mr. James Dick, a  wealthy    gutta-percha    merchant    of  Glasgow, died and left no less than  j $500,000 for distribution amongst his  j employes.   Bequests varied from $250  to $25,000 to his cashier.   These sums  wore   irrespective   of   $10,000   to   his  ' cook, and $5,000 each to his only maidservant, coachman, and gardener.  The late Lady Clarke, who left pro.  porty  to  the value of  $1,500,00(1,  re-  : inembered each of her servants in her  will.  Besides 11 large number of small-  ! er gifts to her kitchen maids, she be-  : quonthed to hor personal maid a sum  of $500 and un annuity,, of $2,500 a  your for life,  , So grateful was Mr, Willinm h'nh-  mer of Surbiton, Km;., for the fiiithful  services ol his housekeeper, Unit he  left   hor   the  comfortable   income  of  uiestie   life   in   a   medium-sized   cil>  dealing   chiefly    with    the    ups  and  downs of Mr. Scales and Mr. Butter-  worth,   two   married   men   who   take  t.art in the simple life of a city which,  though unnamed,  strongly  resembles  'loronto.    The   Cavalier,   one   of   the  newer   of   the   Munsey   publications.  is now running a series of these stories! u_ tne iUareh_ number appears a  ������ tor vTnwTncli~S r. Clark5~lraB~BDiDB*-  1 mild  fun   with   the   choral  singing  ; craze.    His  Mr.   Scales  becomes  in-  '{acted  with  Lie  idea, that  he  has a  ! voice which should be cultivated, and  ', his adventures in attaining this end  I furnish  good   fun.    Mr.  Clarke  tells  his stories largely in dialogue, after  i.ie manner ot >*. W. Jacobs, and the  repartee of his characters is at all  Viiues   droll   and   expressive,    Bofore  he gets through with the Scales and  Lutterworth    families,    Mr.    Clarke  wiio is also known as a most facile  writer of vers cl'occasion, will  have  had a good deal of fun with Canadian civilisation.  Planning a Future  "I'm going to have my boy   learn  electrical engineering, chemistry, physics and law, and incidentally take a  course in physical culture that will enable him to endure all sorts of exposure and mus3ular strain."  "Great Scott!   What for?"  "I want him-to" be able to run Ins  own  automobile."���������Washington   Star.  HE BOTIeUET  JilGHT AWAY  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS CURE KID-  NEY    DISEASE    OF    EIGHT  YEARS' STANDING  That's What They Did for William O.  Cain, and Now He iSays: "Dodd's  Kidney Pills Are a Great Medicine."  Manleton, Albert Co., N.B. (Snecial)  ���������"When I began taking Dodd's Kidney Pills I got re,lief right away.    I  have   found   Dodd's   Kidney   Pills a  great medicine."   So says William O.  Cain, well-known and highly respected   in  this  neighborhood.    And  Mr.  Cain has a very good reason for making so emphatic a statement.      For',  einht  yeers   he  was   a .sufferer  from!  Kidney Disease, and did not seem to j  be able to get relief. ;  "Why, I" was so bad," Mr. Cain j  goes on to state, "and my kidneys j  bothered me so that if I would go to I  nick flhvthipg off the ground I would j  full." But Dodd's Kidney Pills cured !  him iust as they have cured thousands  ���������af���������other���������-suffaEars_,all juaaL���������GinadiL.  is preserved by the use of sealed lead packets.  ������������������ Black, Mixed and Natural Green, 40c. fiOe, 80c and 70o per lb. ���������*  BEADY FOR USE  IN ANY QUANTITY  For making SOAP, soft,  cning water, removing old  paint, disinfecting sinks,  closets and drains and  for many other purposes.  A can equals 20 lbs. Sal  Soda. Useful for five  hundred purposes.  Sold Everywhere  E. W. Oillett Co, Ltd.  Toronto, Ont.  fl  ���������if*  GILLETTS  a  PERFUMED  wa  MADE.   IN  CANADA  <������.-.*���������-..<������������������.   _,  Blueboards the Latest.  Will blue boards succeed blackboards in tho public school? This is  a question soon to come before the  'loronto trustees, Inspector Hughe*  has alwuys claimed tiie former are  much easier for the eyes than the  latter, n������id lately numerous complaints have been received by the  trustee.! from parents thut the night  children  is impaired.   This  They never fail to cure Kidney Dis  eese of any kind. Not once, but scores j  of time=. they have vanauished j  Fright's Disease, the' most deadly of j  nil kidney troubles, while every day j  brings stories of cures of Rheumatism, 1  Lumbago. Dropsy and. Heart "-Disease |  from various parts of the Dominion, 1  Other kidney medicines may cure.;  Dodd's Kidney Pills always cure.       i  A SURE CURE FOR WOMEN'S DISORDERS  ������ Ten Daji' Treatment Free  i������~?RAN������^ ^It* J*.a. <?ert*ln CUI*e 'or all disorders of women.    It  is applies  locally and is absorbed into the sintering tissue.    The dead waste mutter in the  1        '  '"i'i ii'^fflhillltf^fWlfcl*fiiiiJ- ' *     congested 'region'is   expelled,   givingi  ' dfflaarwswisii' Jmm 1, !*$&.>,���������..   ���������.     ��������� (   immediate  mental  and physical   re-.  lief; the blood vessels/ and nerve*  are toned and strengthened,.- and)  the circulation is rendered normal.l  as this treatment is based on strlct-l  ly soieiitifto principles, and acts oai  the actual location of the disease W  cannot help but effect a cure of all  forms  of   female   troubles,   Including  "delayed���������and���������pstnfiii���������menstruation,-   leucorrhoea,    falling   of   the   womb,   *  etc.    Price, J1.00   per   box, which is  sufficient   for   One'   month's     treatment.      A    Free   Trial   Treatment,  enough . for    10    days,   worth   35c.  .        ,���������     --_.._. __ - -will be sent Free   to   any   suffering!  woman who will send me her address.  bndoas t stamps nnd address, MRS. FRANCES E. CURRAH, Windsor, Ont.  Tn preparing mayonnaise for n fruit  salad, some cooks substitute sugar for  the 'mustard. !  We 1  said  For Grandpa's Ears  "It is un   age   of   sketifieism.  even have skeptical children,"  Jerome S. McWade. I  "My little' grandchild's mother snid!  to het a short timo before her birthday.  "'Why do you pray so loud?^ God  isn't, deaf,'  "'No; but grandpa is,' wns the reply  To hunt the whit."K of eggs stiff, always have them cold nnd ndd n pinch  nf salt.,  , .   ,      , .     . of their children  is .���������.,._ _  $2,600 a year for the remainder of her j ia aubstautiuted to a largo extent by  days. Vet another lucky housekeeper tl)e uu,���������L,0r of children who woar  was Mrs. .Sarah Ann Mann, who, when ���������|art80fl( yomc timo ae0 alutea oame  her miiHter, Mr. John Adams, of lied-   *mlt,r Ul0 lmn o������ lllQ inspector, ow-  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia  ford, died last August, camo into the  whole of his property. It was valued  at $'220,000.  Scissors will be found nnieh more  convenient for shredding lettuce thnn  n knife,  A Pill That In Prii;i*tl, There hnve  been mimy nills put tmnn Mi" market  arid pressed unon public iill"i\tion, but  none has endured so long or met with  ho miK'li fn.vii' on l'nniH'l"'s V'uji'-  table I'ills, \Viilpsnri*.(iil iim' nf tjieni  ban nttfKt"d their rr������id vn'iri, end  thev in*i*i| "o fui'tti"!���������.-iihvili."-ii">nt  (linn Ibis. TTiivj" flr'"Iv en''iMislied 1  theiDKntves in puhlie pstnem. t.hi'V now  rank withon' n pe.iv i" Ibe li.4 o( stun..  third  vegetable preparation*!,  U-imiuns "ud in'.vtds in i't*.'in��������� tjnti  mil'"' 'I tasty snbnl. Serve *.\iih tuny-  nriiiiiise.  Kmery no" '>���������!��������� mih' nil n"i>i'������ i"tn it  pitHti' is excellent (n c|enil steel lillive.H.  'FOOD FOR A YEAR  Mrst 300 mm  Milk 2*0 qtl  Kultsr iOOtt*.  East 1,  27 dot.  VttitUlilt. 500 Um.  This represent! a fair ra������  t?OT*i f������* *ivm for a yonr.  But tome people eat and  eat and grow thinner. Thii  meant a defective digestion  anu ukituut.uiv,.v^iv. . t������.������*i������C  sixe bottle cf  Scott's Eolsioii  equals in nourishing proper*  tics ten pouuUi of meat.  Your physician can tell you  how it does it  arm mu at tu. B*m������onrr������  n*mt Ms.. ***** ml ***" *****!������<** im* mn  kMStllnl >U������.r.#l It**-* ''"I ' ���������l,,,l " HXul. It-. I  m-mm tnim ��������� **������*��������� * tlu,A t.,t*ti 1**111*1?  kott a aow<t  IM WsRiSWM a-i*ml, W m*       TatMS*. ���������*>������*  Days of Disaster.  There is 11. worltl of truth in tlie old  saying thnt misfortunes Heldom como  ���������singly. Noithor do disnfltors, For it  was only a short time after tho terrible Christmas tire disaster ut Chip-  ham Junction, London, Kng,, that wo  hoard Franco was devastated by  floods. Then the Brighton express  met with an accident, causing tho loss  of seven lives  Many other disasters hnvo followed  each other with appalling suddenness.  In March, ltwxi, I,'."J8 persons were  killed, over 2.000 injured, and thou,  sands of homos destroyed by tho Kngi  earth'iuakfs in Kbrmosa, and in the  next month enrne the 8an Francisco  i'������rt,liciufiki'  ing to the bnd effects of tho eyes from  the striking contrast of white on  black. Whito scribbling books were  iiI.*j changed to grey to avoid the  siuno trouble, while numorous minor  alterations wore mado to ease tho  ������yes, So it now appears it is up to  the blackboard to vacate in favor of  blue.  Reduce Taxation.  There have been heavy deficits in  thu United States Treasury for gov  iirnl years. For tho present year the  nveipts will bn n grout many millions  diuirt of the expenditures, Tho tiresi-  iiuui. uud hi* cabinet nre endeavoring  lu discover the direction in which imw  inxos  can   be  levied.    Thoy   should  follow the example ol Canada ami ro-  diica  iiiHtttid <>f  inerensing taxation.  Hueli a device would bo a vory simple  11 which tho damngedone 1 wuy  0f  *,ot|,  inerensing tlio rovnimn  iiinotinted to 'iver nixty million ���������,��������������������������� HtrikinR 11 blow at the trusts  pounds, in addition to tho loss of wi,|on nri, growing fat nt tho oxiionsrt  mimy lives. ; ,������������������ t,|���������,  people.   Wo hnvo tried it In  In  the  following  July  there  wero  rmiiula and can sneiik  from oxpori-  twenty-seven people killed and eleven   ence���������Victoria  Daily 'llmos,  I iiijui'������.'.l iu the wreck of the London * ���������     and Southwestern bout ox press at HnU Qrtut It Ontario's Wealth,  "E.���������.i���������   ������������������. ������������������, loer. i...,i u,��������� !    Hio  silver output of Ontario last  rrevtoosly, the year 11IO& luul noen '_,.������. ,��������������������������� ,.������������������. ti.i nu/i o/in  <i,��������� i..���������..i  , murk..I l.y Ihe e���������!!���������p,e of Ihe roof nt   f"1 '"**   *" V'S'^' Vi* *'??"  I Chnring ftuta, ft.itt'.ii, which deuiol- '-'" ",l  hih,0-,y o{-th-1' l"?*1"?0*   ()ur  islied the Avenue Theatre, the loss of  j twenty-three lives in 11 Lancashire and  i Vorks railway cnlllsion, a mishap to  , the ('rniuer express, involving tun  ! dentin nnd injuries to thirty penph*,  ; and thii loss of tht* London and South- i  1 western stmuiMir Hilda off Kt. Mala, j  , Wliciu V4n liven  wore io*l, .  j Herons In Battts. I  !    A furious duel was iv������eii in Milton I  Kark, at  IVUTsbiroiigh, iMiRlund.    A  en>n iirhing in the |������ni<l nenr Milton ,  1 lion*-   nimlured    u    llsh.     Aiidther  1^ .**.,,   ft,,,,,,,   u.lM   u .......       .        .  .',  ...  at ifin*. trit*������l t������ take the pn/e away.  ; Th<* result was it de*|>*mt'>   ivunhut. j  Hi'Mi birds were fult (frown, till nml 1  *ti.:.������!y     They fotipht   with bill   and I  wing,  utti-rinu   frei|ii������nt   shriek*   of 1  ��������� nntt'-t. Tlie bnttl" wiw wnjfKil .*o furl. ���������  ������i'isly that the cimbnUyiU n'"iiiixl to  \������- u, lie* timift uf .. fl'rtl-1 ���������-'. f   '(hers  j  \������ln*ti -itn|i|i'idy <������im������ tttlbnl over,   and ,  '������������������     >i..,r   ,(|������n  H  viiit/.riim- "friink," '  .*i.i.-l,.i| ii������ hit'p Iff* t*'bii>'l it  'ind !  tt- w tip to tlw tn*!*-*.   An exaiiiiiiniion ;  ]"���������-; -1 tlut llie niber bird tut b-*<-i> \  t.illd iiiitrijrh!.  Tht Nsxt Qall.  Me* Hhnrpley���������N'������"������t time son eat!  I wtii-i >i.i������ l*������ jlU.' iuiu* -iii.ui-'ti ut  th.* it..w dot we ere u������������iii������ !��������������� k<-1. ,  Mr Wit-. Deltjf lit fill, I'm note.  A\,i-i, i'i yon ������**p������'������*t ������-.������  "..' ������ j-batph-tf-*.***, not tot imait*  y ��������� t'A- ai lem***!  I>til iiiineral production for tho same  iniriod was $00,000,000. And Uin .nin  Jug Midustry In this province m still  iii  its  Infancy,-Cltlii.011, Ottawa,  STUMP, BUSH ANO  TREE PULLERS  R you have land to dotir, no mat-  tei* where il is, with stumps, stiund-  ing trees or aunal! bu������h alders or  willows, we Imve the iiNtchii'e arvd  apparatus for doing the work, and  we sell onr machine on s  eua-rnmittfe thut it will work f.������fi-  ter, be etmi^r nn<i more oornvHitient  th������n any other nwidhimo on th������  jnanket. It is also the only M������J-  loi'ibl* Iron Stiump nwiohim*' iwde.  Do not fool away timo and monoy  with old dilapidated onat inm iilh-  clijrneu, If you write for Catalogue  AddriMs:��������� "9" you wil] t/ot full partiotihwu.  OANAOIAN 8WENSON8 LIMITED,        LINDSAY, CANADA.  ���������.������i  DR. MORSE'S   INDIAN    ROOT    PILLS  cure ninny common ailments  which are very diffjrent, but which  all arise from the sumo cause���������a  system clogged with itnpuriti������������������*,  The Pills cause the bowels to move  regularly, strengthen and stimulate the kidneys and open up tlio ���������  pores of the skin. These organs  immediately throw off the accumulated impurities, and Hiliousness,  Indigestion, Liver Complaint. Kidney Troubles, Headaches, Rheumatism and similar ailments vanish,   Dr, Morse's Indian Root Pills  SAVE  DOCTOR'S BILLS  <������2kU| Pure Gold Jelly Powders  I MS'  IUPAWIUHHV...^  "AHADA  A puts Fruit ]������lty Famki���������Jim ths  tint suit CiIvm root ]������������r ttrttii  ���������sir *r the pun fiult  ITnU Hsrk liflititH)  OBir m "Until Qmllly" os Iht lsblir������ltM wt/k la tht MiehtB.  Orsr Book nf )Ucl pes Bant ������������������������  Ul si������������' r������������ *ni ytluskli little biwk "Tin  iMWSl Dtlltltui OtiMitl." Ittollijraukow      ' ��������� '  '  It Hikt isr siisikti ol i*intt Siiwtti *\U ne-  Ucltsi mwi is vtiy ItMlt tlat ml ilrsoit ������t  UMMtlltll,  Pure Gold Mfg. Co., Limited  Ttitsts  54s  StMtltt tn Ntsuttt  Stni us 10c In itimpi tt pny tuk.  Ini tnd poimie mi let ui itni rta  ftntroM iimplri of our Vinilto  ������d Um*������ Hxineti snd ��������� will nt  tl liklni ,'Wier, Mtntltn ym  lows mi drill r'l Rimi ud idSrtii.  THE MOTHER'S AID  AND CHILDREN'S FRIEND  Haliy's Own Tnblels are not intend.'  ed for bnhii'H only. This medicine isi  intended fnr children of all ages. It I  in gently laxative and comforting, j  fines indigestion nnd other stouuich  tf.nilile-i,   constjpttt{rut     nnd    simple |  liVl'I'i.     I ilUlllillleeil  lice  Hum  puiMiie  mis ojiintes,   Mr*. I'iiiiI Carrier, t'etilel  ^lehit'������, Que,, nnyn:   "I  find Itahy's  Own Tablet* the bent medicine I have|  over used for children,    I hnve used;  Ihein for most of tin* troiili''^   that  rfflict little wick (nud hnve not known  tlwm to fail).   Mothers should always  keep ttn'lll oil ti.ilul." ^i.',.'. 1.;, 1, . di-,  cine denlcrs or liy malt at -25 cents 11!  luiA. fr-mi Tb-*- In Williitn^' MediciiiM*  IV, Iliiukville, Out. -  Cash and Credit !  "F*������������hir,   what   i.������  in. uni   by   bunk-1  rupti-yf'" j  "firtnkruptcy t* ������ti>n jmi put ymir,  luouej* in J'"*" hip i"-'i-t.et ..nd |,.f ������-our:  cnnlitor* take your f,A." riie^'uide!  nincffer I  BBH  W. N. U��������� No. TW.  The Ingredients Used In  Medicinal and Toilet Preparations are of tlie same high quality as those  your druggist uses'in filling your physician's prescriptions,  The National Drug and Chemical  Company wipplUm tha grater part of  the drugs dispensed by tlic | liynk Inns  ntul druguists of Canada, sud it is  probable ifi.it the ingredients used by  your own druggist in his prescription  work camo from our warehouses,  From these same warehouses come  the ingredients used by our expert  chemists In compounding NA-DHU-CO preparations,  Evarr ounce of malarial used In every N.V-DRU-CO  nnlctc is tha bait thnt onr skilled buyer* can select  Iroui the world ������ mantel*.  We an Afford  to u������e only this'very best materials because, buying  ill immense tiuantSties for our wholesale trade, we git  tlic best mine drugs at rock bottom prices, In ������������������r  cliemicnl !n!inratori<*������ these raw materials are refilled  .,.. I .,-,..,,,,.,.,1 ������,��������� ,.VT,i.rt i-Tiimilsm unit sttbtwied tit  tifid tasti both for Strang th and purity before tiling  uiett in NA-DKU-CO preparations.  NA-DRU-CO Cod liter Oil Compound, for  Instance, is made from the rx������*t of materials, by out  expert chemists, and is consequently the must perKct  tonic. NA-DRU-CO Narrasone is another striking  example of the results our skilled chemists get from  good m*jr*ffenti.  ii.w>ra toon ran thii Tiupt ������������������������  We Could Not Afford  to use any hut the finest snd purest  tiimierlals   in   each   and    every  NA-DRU-CO preparation, because on  the qua'ity of each depends the future  of the whole line. Linked together as  they nre hy the NA-DRU-CO Trsde  Mark, a single article found unreliable  would go far to destroy your confidence iu all  NA-DRU-CO goods.  Ask your druggist about the qualltr of thednips  t.i ���������>..,-,.'> .wh'....   -'......i ���������..; LA.VM ��������� f r .��������� *...���������.*.. 'vA  t tr ������iti>erlnr meilieinul and toilet preparations���������about  our ruintbtltty,  Go a little further if you like, and ask your physician or your druggist what goes into NA-DRU-CO  preparations. Th������y cm tell you, for we will furnish  ,������..nlI'hynelnn 01 dniggist in Cansdt, on request, u  full   II t of the JngrcdK*iiU hi any  NA-DKU-CO  "Money Back"  Furthermore, if any NA-DRU-CO article ran buy  ������]*���������* not entirely satisfy you, return it aud jour  druggist will refund vour money,  If your druggist has not the NA-DRU-CO article  you want in stock lie can get it lor you within two  days from our nearest wholesale branch.  A Few NA-DRU-CO Favorite*:  J****/ .   -  Complsslea Crtass  TaKat* t'awitt,  T������H>i*n ram*  Wlicti tlsitlCrvsm  far CWWItmii  RS������r'' tst'lti*  ���������iifsrarMllk  Ot******* **4 a*Um* 1  Csrlmlie Sslvr  atalalti* l������1i������* Olsimtsr  (1 slsts)  rilsOistssrsI  TmImi  Cwl Uttr Oil CotrmrmniX,  ��������� Tsottktt, (1 tiers)  ttrr******  Cwt Imttrtt OU Ummt**** t* mart*  National Drug ������<! Chemical Company of Canada, limited  **Vhat***U Wrtmr),** all  titAttaa.   8t.Mm������   Mwilrad,   Oitowe,    Kiefst-M,  Wlnnl^ff>    RagfiM,    Calfary.    Naltan,  T*r������At������,   LwhIm,    IlMiniln,  Vueananm,    VlaawW. yr f  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   PRTTISH   COLUMBIA.  THE WOOING OF  Sam'l Wasn't Too Sick to Take  Advantage of the Opportunity.  refused to tat a to samuei ror some  time, as tie would talk of personal  matters, but now she turned to him  anxiously  "Sam'l. I can't bear ter leave*yo* by  yo'rself-agin teniigbt?'  "I guess | won't die ef yo're anxious  ter go. Pert-lily."  SUCCESS IN SMILES.  WORK NEVER STOPS.  8chool In Paris *.o Teach Unknowing   Methods  of   Pour   Big   Banks   In  ths  How to Wield Facial Weapon. j Wall Street District.  THE FIGHTING  GAME.  By CARRIE HUNT LOTTA.  As she drew near to a small bouse  which wns built well back from tbe  road Miss Prim-ilia giauccd at tt with  pretended indifference. ,Tbeu sbe looked closer, stopped aud looked again.  "How shet up Sam'l Claytou's house  do look! Mebby he's went away.  Meb- j    Samuel looked-Iuto ner eyes as she  "Then stay an' let folks talk ef tbey  want ler."        -  ,  "I i*Hn*t 'ford ter do tbat. Sam'l."  Theu tbere-was another long silence. Miss priscllla looked down the  road, anxiously, finally going dowu to  the mite to see If sbe could get a  glimpse ot nuy one.  *'Fle might git worse In the night."  slit* murmured lo herself. "I never  was so put out in all.my life."  by he's went west. He said be would  ef J didn't marry blm. But. law me,  that was years an" years ago, an' ef  he'd beu goto' tied 'a', went long ago.  Mebby he's sick an' all by blsself! I  wouldn't live ou a byroad fer a finer  farm 'n this of SamTs,"  She took a few steps farther, tben  stopped. There was a determined look  on her face.  "It ain't proper fer a lone wuromin  ter go ter the house of a lone man,  Wt 1 ain't goin' ter stop fer that ner  nothin' else when they's a prospec' of  Sam'l Clayton beiu' sick with uobody  ter complain ter."  She walked briskly up tbe lane  which led to the little house. The  blinds were drawn and the front gate  was closed.   The barnyard gate hung { think that's  what I come over here  open,   und    the   chickens    wandered    fer?   Shame on yo'!"  about   the   dooryard   disconsolately,  while out In the shed the cow lowed  plteously.  "No tellln' when that cow's ben  milked er how long she's beu shet up  without feed an' water. Something  happened. I hope���������oh,, 1 do hope��������� it  ain't nothin' awful. Sam'I's 'bout the  only friend I've got bere'bouts, an* et  he was ter die"���������  She Iind to wipe ..tbe tears from her  eyes before she kuocked.  There wns.no answer. Her breath  came. fast.  She kuocked again.  "What yo' want?" The voice was  decidedly cross.  Miss Priscllla' opened the door cau-  ~tious!y,-Uee-p!n������-her-fat������e-tumed-awHvyr  .."Snin*l Clayton, is they anything the  matter?"  ������������������Nothin'," he nnswered grimly,  '"ceptiu" I'm tint on my'back an' ain".  able ter git up "  The door Uew open, and Miss Priscilln entered.  "1 know. I ain't doln' the proper  thing. Sam'l, so don't be castin' up  nothing', but- M.v goodness, Sam'l,  yo're as ynller ns gold."  "."flint's eouil'ortin', Percllly."  Its Money Side Is Nearing the Realms  of High  Finance.  We often win success witb the weap-!   Four big banks in 'the Wall street i    Pupils,,, continues to be the manly  on of a smile.    The road to a man's "district resemble the ureal gold ituues    ar, ot sejt defense, tiut it das taken on  heart and to a woman's fortune some- of tne  west in oue striking feature,    another aspeci as well    lu the light of '  ������i ���������.���������*. ������������������ ..... = ,������,. ������, .������. ���������* tn���������- ; ti(He8 !ieS ta tlw ,,Rbt 0t a sn,,,P-    A   They bnvp ,b,'w' "���������'", "������"r sU'rbl ot    recent ������"���������������". as a means of llvelitiood l  I am t auiious ter go, an yo  Know j uew lM|lt teaches that one bas only tt������  toilers, aud the work never stops. Oue    lt offers  inducements superior to all  ���������*-" '     '       ' i s" UP a"d'"ok pleitsant to obtain pret-  set  takes  up the  routine  where the 'others.   It Is a bard-, grueling life, full  ty much everything worth while pos- other leaves off.   An night long. Suu- \ of Uppercuts and Knockouts    It is at- '  j sesstng in lire.   Health and htippiness.  days aud holidays, n smrt of men In j (PU(i,H|  ���������������(,() s,���������m, danger and  much '>'  ; which eludeMhe utmost endeavors of  eneii of ihese Imuks is t.usy opening    lllJlt, nut the rewards in cash and fame  j many of us to hold lu thrall, we ara  thousands or, letters, soriitia aud list-    wl)|,.|, aWuit those who climii into tha  assured may be woii aud kept by a   ing .innumerable, checks   nnd   drafts ! rll)g und sluy tj���������,rH ,���������.e Krw,ter than i  smile. , "     A that represent fatiuioiis sums ot mon- ! are offered hy commerce, tii.nuce. the  Advancement  In  business  Is meas-  ey aud getting them ready for ihe day j pr(,fessi���������us   ,ue siage or even  royal  ured by the tjuallty aud variety'of onr force, which Is tne only out, the public | t|,rone8 themselves i  smiles.   A fellow being can be cheered  comes in contact  with or ever hears j    a-akl���������g ������������������'account of ihe weeks of ,  to living and one may prolong his own  about.   If this work  wns not carried ; traiuing   nnd  other * p'repuratlon    tint I  life  by   merely   smiling.    These  and  on incessantly ihe nnuk would soon tw ! d,.a)lllB 0I1|V w,fb tbe time consumed !  many otber racts are brought out rein-  overwhelmed with a mountainous ac- j uv t()e j'jKhj |tHe)f  ,Ue successful-uud '  tive to a school for smiling established  cuniulutloii ot 'detail  ,  iu Paris. *   '     * ' |' Two siiifts- the "scouting force." as  The Frenchwoman ts nothing If not  ihey call themselves   work between 5  practical.    It took a French woman to  o'clock in the afternoon J n the nest  reduce no a practical science, witb a  morning   Each bank nils a big drawer  commercial   value, the gentle art of jn the general posioth.e.   Messengers  smiling.   There Is much to learn.ubout  cleur this of its letters every hour all  this pleasing little contortion of, vis-   night mug.   Three thousand letters a  age.   A grin is not synouyraous with a   dn.v   is  the -average  nuii'l   ot  one  of  smile, nor does a simper rank in the  these  large  bnuUs.   Two-thirds of It  same  category   or  couvey   the  snine  comes in during the night.   These let-  meaning.    A widening of the mouth  ters In tbe case ot due ot the biggest  bas not the significance one seeks in a  0f these bunks contain from 3f>.u<i0 to  smile, and laughter is a thing often as- 40.000 checks  and   drafts.    At   times  sociuted   with   but  distinct   from   it,   these ineiosures represent as much as  One is un irresistible expression of ex-  Stfo.OUO.tHM).   Hnrely does the toial tall  cited   risibles���������the  irrepressible  over-   below $20,000,000  flow of mirth���������or a vocalization of an-1   The  letters are opened as fast  ns  ger. irony or contempt,   lt is a product  they   are   received,   the   checks   are  of the emotions.    The other Is moro counted aud the total veriHed with the  deeply Rented In the feelings and when   footiugs of the lisis.   The letters are  spontaneous more certainly serves as  t|leu stamped, which shows that they  an index to character. It is not always  have been "proven in." as* the banks  spontaneous.    Alas, It may.never be  call  it.    After  that   they  are   turned  so again! ! over to the clerks who send out the  The school  for smiling  consciously  formal acknowledgments ot ihe. renilt-  * Instructs, in    methods   of   producing tances    they    contain*.    The ..various  smiles  adapted   to  all   purposes  and  checks are assorted according to the  suitable  for  every, occasion:  Gneou-  numbers of the hooks m. which they  sciously  perhaps  it iuculcates decep-  .,,.e to lle entered niid otlierwise. ihe  tion and upon necessity In the smile of  sjK|U drafts are grouped according to  its graduates deceit is as likely to lurk   t|)e routes of the batiks  messengers.  as mirth, tenderness, pleasure or sym-  ���������mj ���������n jS m.���������)e ready for niriii'ng the  patby.   The dimpled iradlntion which   u^m's accumulation over io the dny  betokens a guy, ;uutroubled mind has   -furi.^ so it mny be-handled''by it as  almost the charm of tbe smile tbat. be-'expeditiously'*as possible.  longs to happiness."and both are ihva- I    KiU.|, 0f ,i,ese shifts of. night work-'  rlnhly the possession of youth.   Older   ei.s   ���������, .the. banks   consists  of ,from  people are   wont, to  rake  their  joys   lw,|<.e  t(, tWeiu.v men    Some  banks  more-soberlyT^naw-araHtfrot-tbp-^nt-r-gjj^n^^ estrtl ^,1 ,,f  came iu.  "See anybody*?" he asked.  She shook her head.  ���������Tereiily, w-'y, say, do yo' 'member  what I asked yo' duet?"  She made no reply and looked steadily down the road.  "Well." he weut on, "them's still my  fcelin's."  She shaded her eyes as tf to see better nnd did uot answer.  "W'y. I'civilly, say, ef I'm not dead  by.thornIn', won't yo' book np old Kit  to the'.buggy un' drive over fer the  preacher an' fetch. him over an' hev  'ini marry yo' an' me?"  Miss l'riscilia sprang to her feet  Her face wns crimson witb anger.  '���������Sam'l Clayton, ain't yo' 'shamed ter  insult me in yo'r own house?   Do yo'  And. Covering her face, she burst  Into rear:?.  "Fer the Lord's sake, Cilly. now  don'1* do that! I wouldn't 'a' made yo'  cry fer this fnrm. Course yo' didii't  come here for that I've beeu wantin'  ter sny this, bowsiimever, even sence [  said It that time so long ago. But yo'  know yo' 'wouldn't ever let me talk  'bout it. I'm kivin' yo' all this time,  an', Percllly;" yo' jest can't know how  lonesome 1 am." %  Miss l'rlsi*llla������ wiped her eyes and  looked nt him. ��������� '���������;   .,'-''  '���������'That' broth made yo' a-heap better,  didn't it. Sam'l?"  "A heap better," he answered smil-  ,lngiy,-i���������-������������������^���������'.  ..  ������������������^-t-?-   "Well, yo're well 'nough ter leave by  yo'rself, nin*t yo'?"  "The 'xeitemeut of .yer goin' away  would upset me. I'm shore."  "Anyhow I'm goin', Sam'l."  "Yo' ain't give me no answer to that  question, Clliy. A 'Yes,' suid good an'  strong, would euro me."  "I'm goin' home an' do the mllkln'  nn' feed the chickens an' do the  chores."  iu   some discs   the   unsuccessful���������pu- (  gi11st earns in Unit period more money |  thnn nny other mau <m earth.  Sny the j  purse Is divided on a basis of tK) and 40 |  per cent.   The big tights nre supposed  to run three hours, although, ns n matter of fact, they seldom inst that long  Figure for yourself the divisiou of the  Nelsou-Unns purse of ifti'.l.Tiri. the Jef  frles-Shurke.v purse of $07,000. the Jef-  fries-Fits'.sinuiioiis purse of $ii:i.ooo aud  the Jeffries-Corbelt*"pri������e of $li*.'.X40.  The purse offered iu the coming battle  between  Jeffries  and  Johnson   ts  $101,000.    the    largest   amount   ever  "hung up" for such a  purpose.    The  winner    will    receive    approximately  $113,000  for  three   hours*   tjghting,  or  | $21,000 an hour.   The hourly income of  John  I).  Itoekefeller is placed  nt $3,-  040. or something over one-seventh of  | the reward ot pugilism     The czar of  Jtussfa  is  snppiised   to  receive $2.1(15  '���������every sixty initiuteti, while Caruso gets  j $050, and   Edward   tfll. $270 for the  I sn uie period.  But. as if thii? were not enthieb. the  man who enrns $113,000 for a three  hours' battle will niso receive the lion's  share, of ni least $2()0.(Xi(). estimated  us the value of the moving picture receipts; His total earnings mny therefore ,amount to S150.IKHJ and possibly  $200,000. 'These nre figures which  make even inmtiuiillioiinires sp up and  take notice, 'the rewards ot.pugilism  have raised it to the dignify of nigh  .fiunuce.���������Clilt-iigo Triuuiie.  *      A CORSET  STRIKE.  Ths Meat Boycott In Line For Substantial He- enforcement.  A corset fiirike may engage the attention of ihe u'oineu alter they have  liuished wiih ttit meat strike, for It ls  now considered ���������*(|ueenly'' to go with-  out the expensive and uncomfortable  adornments, according to receut Information.  Besides, stylish corsets are getting  so long ii is unpleasant to walk in  them Any girl will iell yon that. And  the longer they make them the more  they cost. Any mnnicd una coo tell  you iIml the high cost of corsets has  kept pace with the high cost of living.  Hut tlie main ililim |ust now Is that  Queen Ifilizubeth of Itoiiuiiihia has cou-  ciud-.*<l a triple alliance against tbe  corsc<s. Three ipieeus are hard to  heat. In addition m ijiwoo Elizabeth,  there are tgiieeu Alexandra of England nnd Queen Heli'iia of Italy. All  are bona tide .|iieeiis. "who can wear  whnI they please nixl afford fo pay for  It nud hnve a vast burden or cohrt etiquette io manage  Queen Kli/.nheih told her court all  nhout ii n day or two ago. She received a letter from Queen Alexandra  saying the hitler hnd decided that a  woman's dress should follow her natural lilies. ICven if these lines ure inartistic, thai Is no reason why a woman should endanger tier' health nnd  ���������oosierii.v. snys Hie ipieeh.  Tht* corset:'opines Queen Alexandra,  does uot carry out ihe idea of nil turn I  'lues tn dress. On the oilier hand, it  thwarts such an  Idea  and gives the  ward nnd visible sign of a smile is ns  necessary to tbelr well being as sunshine is to that of a flower. There are  organisms which can exist only in  the. light. Within us nre organisms  whose presence is necessary to heiilth.  These need the Illumination of a smile  clerks at night. These come on duty  n.i midnight and leave at, Ma. in. This j  plan of working nil niglu long iu order  to keep up -wllh" the tremendous  a mount of business thnt conies in by  ninii was Inaugurated nbout tive years  ago. The first bank tlini tried it found  "1 hate ter stay by myself 'nother  "Yo've got ynller jauders. I reckon,   night, that I do.   I bed sec*b a oncom-  1 don't blame yo' none fer not wuntin'  ter git up When I had 'em I couidu't  turn over in bed."  "I do want ter git up, but I can't  Percllly."  "Don't yo' be cross. Sam'l, Thoy  alu't no call fer tu  I'm sorry fer yo',  fortnble night las' night."  ������������������Yo' pure mun!" sbe snld kindly.  "Well, us I wussayiii'. I!ll go tionie uu'  do the chores,'nil'"while I'm there I'll  change my dress. I think I'll hook up  old Be.llc���������I nln't list ter Kit���������an' I'll  send Bob Coldron over ter stay, with  and the exercise of laughter to keep   tl)I1,  ������������������  ,���������������������������������,.���������  vulunbie dnvtime  was  them to healthy condition. j8nm,  ttmt  one  Institution  nfter an-  . _ ! other took It up until now ihere are  Tea Biscuits. /our that have these three eight-hour  Is Pe*-sia Doomed*!"  lu n great vciiuw pm,ice in Teheran  | n sitinli boy sits on n peacock throne.  He Is a very unimppy little boy, nud  when they put hlm on the throne he  cried ns i hough his heart would  break.. His people call him king of  kings for short, for he uns. so ninny  j iiumes nnd titles Hint it would take n  | strong*m,*)ii I'l'om iirenkfnst until titlin  j to  repent   them.   And   the  throne on  ���������-^SS-  One quart of tlour, one teaspoonful 8,lif,8 of clerks aud several ...ore who ! ,'M/U. l,f, H.ltH ,s J1"!^-*���������' ^f,:  ot salt, one teuspoonful of sugar, three Work only a part ot the ulght.-Har-  tenspoonfuls of linking powder, one ta- par's Weekly,  blespooiiful of lard, one pint of sweet  milk or water-water makes them  more tender than milk. Sift together  the flour, salt, sugar and baking pow-  der. Rub in the In nl cold. Add milk  or water to form Into a soft dough as  awful Rorry, an', though it ain't the   ,vo" whllo I'm away.   I'll hev his wifo    can be bundled.   Flour the hoard and  thing, I'm goin' ter stay here au' red   come too.  They'll do fer witnesses, yo'  things up some. Then I'll git word to   know,"  Ironing Out the Germs,  Ironing linen uns a. greater effect  thun Is commonly believed. As the  teinpernture ot the Iron may greatly  exceed sou degrees F��������� it has been suggested that the process of ironing may  yer brother Robert.   Air yo' thirsty,  Sam'l V"  He nodded.   ,  "An' hungry?"  Uo put out his tongue at bor and  mntjo a wry face. '  "No; I reckon yo* nln't hungry, but  yo're weak fer somethlu' ter eat, tiu'  yo'll git It right soon."  She went Into the kitchen, nnd Samuel heard her muttering and talking  to herself, She put her bead lu ut the  door.  "Is that glass there on the table tbo  only oinxfo've got. Sam'l?"  "I'm the only one ter ijho a glns������,  Percllly, an' I never hev ctimp'iiy."  "Whin's It got lu it anyhow?"  "Ginger lea. Percllly."  Miss Priscllla picked the glass up  and Rtnelled of the contents.  "Ptifew! Snkes alive, I s'pose yo'  fixed Itr  Miss Prlacllla dlmippcnrod, taking  the glass with her. Hho aoon returned  with n bIiihh or Hpnrklltm fold water.  Miss Priscilln straightened tbe sheet,  put clean cases on the pillows, opened  the windows and put the room In ordor Hiiniuei's face brightened ut he  watched tier.  "Got nnythltiR 'bout tlie houw tar  ������it. Hnm'IV" she nuked proaontly.  "Things aa spile easy Ir hntigln' In  the well, tin' the rent of tbo thing" In  In tho cellar, Percllly."  Miss Priscllla fed tbe chickens, milked tlio row und turned bor Into tb*  puNturo, When ������ho returned she pot  the milk away, then entered the room  ogiiln, bringing a cup or bat brotb.  "It nln't cooked 'uough, Bum'l. but  It won't do fer yo' to so nny longer  with it tmpry Mntnmlek. Ent aome."  Hhe propped lilm up lo bed, aud he  did lis lie wns MiMimi  "That's the tlmt good brotb Pre e't  ���������vnctt mot her died."  "I don't doubt that, Sam'l. Ye*ro  tbe purest 'jcuh* fer a hnowke#p������r I  ever mihui. The whole house It uwfoL  1  nln't a'prlsed  yo're sick,   I'd   be  ilMd"  "It nln't my fault na I'm my own  housekeeper. Percllly ninUe," be au  awered significantly.  Hhe flushed ml.  "Well. I sit* plain aa I'll ber to tf j  au' leave yo" by y*uur������ielf an' not wait  fer yer brother ter eome. l������oo't make  "Uo yo' mean yo're going ter hev me,  Percllly ?" he asked eagerly,  "I reckon | do." sho litiswered. fingering her siinhonnet.  "(Jllly, tliey's one thing I wish yo'd  roll out. cut with a small dn cutter .8���������������jee to sterilize surgical dressings  and hence.he of valuable service, especially Iti rural districts and , elsewhere, in the absence ot disinfecting  ovetiH and sterilizers.   Nearly all inl  and bnke In a good hot oven twenty  minutes,  She Wears Pajamas Now.  The up to date girl of tixiuy wears ' ^busVan lie killed'by a'miitlclentiy  ns n lounging robe gorgeous p.ijuiiins   )o���������8 application ���������j ���������  ,���������,��������� flnire ot  give tne 'fore yo' start, somethln' ter    of oilentnl silk Instead of the more   --^ degrees \?n \m ��������� teiiipcVuiiire of  keep up my sirengtli till yo' git back." | conventional  kimono,     Tbe nuchelor   o)I(| degrees F.'ls reiptlreii io kin cer  lulu spores ol bucteriii nun io ihimIiico  In fact. Bu: one of these dnys he will  not Imve any limine at all and will  hnve to content himself wltb a enne  bin tinned chair or more probably n dl-  van, for -certain much older pin-sous in  London and St. Petersburg und Berlin  are calmly planning to cut his cnuiiiry  Jnto portions, very much us n pastry  cook cuts pie. The little boy's country, yon sec, happens to block up a  road which one of his grownup neighbors wishes to have open, and so It  will disappear Just us other children's  mud forla disappear when the street  sweeper cniiies along. I feel sorry for  that little boy.-Kverybody's.  lie looked nl her wistfully  "More beet ten, Saiii'l?" she asked,  but thero was a twinkle in her eyes,  "Yo' know better-Homethln' I asked  yo' for an' tried ter steal long time  ago."  She hesitated for an instant, tben  leaned over and kissed Dim.  How Qlaelers Ara Formed.  The Joint ciiusu of glaciers Is precipitation and cold A low temperature  alouo can do nothing without moisture, and this fact quickly disposes of  the popular notion that gluulura lu-  variably exist In cold countries, Tibet  fnr Instance, nnd Homo'piirta of North  America nro destitute of ten springs,  though eternal cold may be aald to  reign supremo In those parts. Imng.  lne for a moment the higher mouii-  tuliiH clenr uf snow and tco titxl then  watch for the formation of n glacier.  Snow falls and 111 Is up nil the valleys nnd git I Hum, nvnlaiichtw descend  from the higher porta, nnd u Brent nc������  cumulation gut hers In nil hollows. Ily  constant repetition of snowfall* tnl*  wnyu provided n greater quuntlty la  dels-sited than can he meltod by tbe  aim's my* nnd by tint natural warmth  of the earth's crusti oreut pressure la  put upon the lower portlona by the superincumbent accumulation, and. aided by the Intlftrntlou of water and re-  frei'Klng, u lurm* body of lee la formed,  which nt oneo begin* to moro down  the valleya containing It,  Why Snow Is White*  The, pure whllo luster of enow la due  to (lie fact that nil tho elementary colors ������r light are blended togctbrr In tbe  radiance thrown off from the surface  of tiy crystal.   It In qnlto possible to  "V*.'.'.\..'\      .....     AAl.'A:*,     I..,-.*,     M,, *Ull*  Iii such it way na to detect thee* tew-  era I color* ta>tore tbey are mingled together to constitute the compound lm*  preHHlon of whltenoaa upon tbe eye.  Tbe soft wliltcneae nf the snow la also  In aoiiie degree aitrlbiitiible to the  ittrue ivmtttitf of nlr etttnngiod ,imM  Animal Instinct,  Plainsmen on western cuttle ranches  ui.soi.iii.iy conn sie.-iiizntioi.'.'It iiui   nnvv ''--"" ������������*Miil*������n lo a new lllustra-  been proved uy experiment thut It | ,1',������ ot "���������' ������<'������l������rahlllty of iiuiuiiil tills possible to disinfect clothing very : B,l"(,t '" ''iiiergencies. The inille of  sntlHfuctorlly by irtming. Clotblng j f������'''i.er days were of the long horned  which bus been worn by children at- M'"* ^ -'-��������������������������� '"'���������' I"-'"' ������������������ H'reatet.ed  fectedby vitrlous coninglous diseases | wlf" " "'"'X ** ������'������|V"H '^ ������'������"������������������'"  nnd which eomnliied bacteria or ptm./*'"0, >llmTl1, ln ,*ho ,,,"l,,l,' ������J Uw,  diphtheria and the due was sprinkled   ^���������u",,h, "ml ,,w "IU"r, """U ,or"Hl  mid Ironed. It was then rubbed ou  plates of gelatin prepared for the culture of bacteria, hut Uut a single colony wus developed,  Tuberculosis In Children.  Bafied on ihe census ot llHlu, it la ea-  ti muted by ihe Nutloi.ul Assis'lutlun  1'or the Study iind Prevention of Tn-  ivrculoHls that nearly luauno children  now lu schnol will die of tuberculosis  before they nro elgblecu years of nge  or that about U.44K) die unnuaily irom  this (JlseiiHe, ICstliniitlng that on an  average each child wbo dloa ot tuberculosis Iiiik bud six years of Nchooilug,  the agirregute Ions to the country tu  themselves into a solid piinliinx ulmut  tbem, all facing nut ward The entile  of today are largely hornless, If. an  occasionally happens still, the herd Is  attacked by ivolriw, tho calves are  guarded as before, but Die herd faces  In Instead of out. Their Hoofs, hot  their horns, are now their weapons.���������  Exchange,    They Seem to Enjoy It.  "We all itnow the value of tresh air  ill cases of lung tioiibie," suys a letter  from I'uviis, Switzerland, "but the he-  {llevcs lu Us etllcacy Imve gone u step  j further here Hum lu moid |il������ces.   On  uay H.iuiiy dny one mny see a dnxeu  > v\  ZmmT,,Z,������tlZ,  ������������������������h   .���������n. mn a ! tlllUlMMI O.I IfllN III the uppll lllr, Where  :i;a sua cS/7u\z \: ^ ��������� ������������-* ,,u' -, iwr?  ,inL ......... ... in..��������� v������.b   a,-.,,,. ..,���������i    noiiuiiiiiiH.   They are un   wrappiil In  wm������.,*m������...I..m������n.������io.i.i., ���������*:������.t.:,;.,:.'"';.:::''r.^  ninth larger thun tlie death rate would  I ud lea I e,  matters improper** than tbey air a'* j the fnmwi purine*,    rbtnw la com-  ���������*ddy" I pnaeil of a irrent niinilier of mlnnt*  "My. but yo   air b hind tb> tlma������������ i. rystnls.  more Own n  iliona-inrt die  Brotlier moved ter loway tlvm wm** j tinct forma of tflilch hare bevn enn-  ten comln' Thurailay." 1 rwrntat by tarUm* ob*er**r*    Tbme  "They'a other nnybera, Ham'l.- aba ' cryafnla and prfema reflwt all the com-  snapped. pnnmt faya or which white light eon- '  All tba ������*t of tm. day nr* m-etcbee  **������*,   ������������������,, of ,ww ���������*, ttw g^,,* ( -n**-,��������� N���������B of ������������������,���������. ���������r  for a paalna teblHa that aba mlffei!,* bttrmn tn refleet ttmnntlM pfnk    E^LT^^^iiJi^r���������  hall tta rrmrpam ami aend for Mint  snd bit* Huts under mtaln anaWw of   ���������*���������       .. !!TJ ^  nne m ET.fief MM.   *���������������/**���������llZ  mining abn gram uneasy,   bbe e������i mt aa te be Mlafal to tke tiaa.       .' " U"'" " m U em*lu*-  THK UUDKRN LOUNQIKO SOUK.  girl, who seems so mucb at bome  pereheil on the nedestnl Is ������>n1fivlm������  her rest hour lu puJhiiiiis of black sutlu  ttuibruim-i i-u in pint uud gold.  An Art Criticism.  In Everybody's MukiikIiio, once met an  tin iilltor utio Inntsted on dnii������i������ltn������  hlm up to mi exhllilllon of moiiio "very  impressionistic" picture*. The ������dllor  evidently ndinlrwl tliuin greatly. Not  Wi the pu Inter.  "Vmi don t seem enthusiastic," aald  the editor. "Iloi.'i you like iheiuV"  "l.llii* 'em"?" repllwl tbe other. "Why.  ninn, I've got two iiiii iiicu u ii tits who  can knit better pictures than those."  I A Guasslng Game.  Rrttur a |.l������ie ot rlbUm mm * rnoe...  ' and   wet   your   uuesta   in   gucM*   tt<  j lengtti    A piece of. say, two ynr.ls ami  two inchM will fiiixxle mrmt folk,   ll  nt winter HiinitiirliiuiN, They lire not  even covered with u thin blanket or ii  ihect. There tbey He. ilirec.piurterH  naked, with uot a nig lu the wuy of a  covering Ami the.i seem io enjoy tt,"  ���������Now Vork Tribune  American Capital In Canada.  It Is estimated that lbore uru now  between 1.VJ and 'HA) American factories or liriinebea of American factories I " ~"  in i iiiiMiia, uuy ot iiieae in loronto ,                       ttii.torr.,  illldtwetit.v lu  nmiiilloli, und lictwee.i       T''''*   tt<'Mu.-,i   '     ;,.-.', ij."   tin-   lie. I  SiniMMMMain and iai������(l,t)00.������lO of Ainer- ! pninpenins stale Iii Minvpe n������ well ih  lean I'Mfiltal Inveaii-d In ludustrliii ou* I Hie most thickly settled is being noted  ������.. i.���������u^.7...7'���������*,..T.V���������7'^������. . ������������!<���������������' lerpriw* iu tbe Uuulnton.   i'hia traoa-   ������l ihls time with some interest.    Jim  Ah America,, painter, aay. a writer   fJ of  J|H|(||||r| f|()  (|f {,n|)ltlU  |(| . ,,������������������ ���������,,���������,.��������� ������������������������������������ w������������������ ,��������� ,���������������������������, ,������������������,���������,.���������  found lo conllnue. aiwUted by the Ca- '��������� by nu eiii.nii.ni- inhume in wenJih nnd  i>ai)iHii tann and tlie opportunities lot mnin return, int.* nf im* country's  lriveatnient wtilct, the Dominion mew special ndviiiiiiice- i* Hint It* liiternit*  affonls Itetnlititory mwtsurea ������p- j thmul ueutriill/.uii<in penults It to dl*-  prouchlfiK coinmerclal nonlntercourne , pense with n mny. while ihe lleiglnn  may cheek the movement, but only ��������� unity I* uuiininlneil mi n very aiuall  for ti time und only partlnlly.-*l.o:irtno and Inexpensive bnsls,-Argoniiut.'  Tlm **, ; ���������  , A Mystsnout L oaey.  Smoked Out tha Sears. :    Prince   Uudoif   |.ie. lite.,stein.   Oral  ,To������������> \n,.l.'a, the i-ntcli shi.i ef S''i"'rt hud i'tui,i,|,(.|i,iii, ... U.c nn|Nirltil  Vr, X, M , rmeiitly discovered ��������� <��������������������� court. H*Imi diiil wun. imniilia ago. left  twenty milea froin HuntH Ke than ������ mysterloiis inaucy !������������������ Hie Vienna  ������hri������������vj unndntetiatile nlgtis of t������ "H Ainileniy of Hcience in tbe form of a  tbe winter liabtlnl of betira H<* "'a'1* nettled cn*n of d.������mini '* They weft  wi a lire tit Ibe inoiitb of the ciive ^ntt undcis������.H������d m *tm t-l ���������.(*���������������,i hl������torlc In*  siie.l.tl out Ihe Imira, J here mcrm termat, bnt the ������������.al������ un- not to be bre>  JiiFt thirteen ot llniu tu tU- utt'- snd k������u fur tiity >enr������ I ������������������! >������������"> jeara  aa th^y rmm. cut on** by mi* vaidet tbe prior* waa liitl,m.,ei������ connafled  Itlt.xl tbem, the Jot* iM*(*upyinu M* , Willi tha court and the fsutllj of tbe  llMtt om bvur.-Argwoaut. Uaoaburga.  QUKBN   AtiRXANIXU - IIIKMCMA  OF ITALY.  KI.I/.A1IKTU Of ItyUMANlA.  body n sun of u noni de plume. It In a  rriiuil, often it sinire uud tleltisloti, and  Queen Alexniidrti wus uunions that  her disapproval hu published to tho  world.  It was this attitude ������.f Queen Alex-  nnilra, nceordliig to Queen Kll/niifih,  Hint <nlined the furnier to Invent Hm  princess (den of dress, for which many  *li,i|iel,v Moiiieii are mi ilninkful,  "Her majesty of England," went mi  Queen Kllscnbetii lo her cutirtlers, "de-  splHcs hloiiNCM, iiiiiliiinliiliig thut tlie  subdivision of Hie feimile bisl.v by Hie  bioiii'e and skin In uiibeuutlful If not  ii downright Hitcrllege."  So Queen Kllxabeth indorsed Queen  ,i,,.\,iiiiii,i mn. iin-.i piociniijied somo  l;i'������     if t.i I   i������ I.  '���������Tile cor*..'!," t.tli* lleelnrftl, "ll till  illVelillilU    t.f     lllllli,     lint   of     wnlllnil.  ,\|.i������, tiien judin* ii wniiiiin's beauty ne*  nnli.iu lo Hie xi.iiiiliiiil ot a,i .*x|m',i-  ������.li e i oriel  limlvcl."  vit.'rii ,,ii/..ii.ei ii (uniiHiiii wt'iiie n  pHiuptilet Kelltuu down lie,' tellei Hon*  on Hie -.iiIijii i mul im inning it circulated nil over l(..illinium  |l   Mil.i  I liell   Hint   lln> MOeell  of   Italy  tiecntnc  n  part   nf the triple  iilin.iiie  ��������� She pmc iiwii.t* till Iht eor*etx-o,ii> for  i-*ii',  ..������������������������������������:.   ..A   .-.. ��������� ic lo tj.m-ii \,\y,  Blieih a** fiiiliiu^  "I     ;���������; ������������������   ..'   '..''.-.. f  . '   ��������� i    p..|,  i Ipic. i.ei.!ii-i | ihlni, il iiijn.iii.l'  nud diinily liiiurl- u������ io women. in,r-  (llill.tlh     In    iiii.lt.. I'������        \\ ntlicfi     Hllll  ItlMe xliKlicil the tinn mn* of the I i������|y  . will   refMi.e   lo   ������enr   nirset*      Unly  I Inun: I ���������**���������  neihti-.   will   Imitate the  (ml.it-. > f Ai.i.ii'ii    CI in������i*>' ������:id.t>  .uut  , allow    their   I * tile*     <t   tte   ������nuee/*TJ  ' ttghtlv   uint   tlau   ot^.t.ii.   lo   be   dl*  ttwied "  I,..������ THE   NEVIS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLOMBIA.  Tlie Giioilriaii \ mi  *\'.v.t& Every   Tn<*Hs.   bV  the  Comox   St   Ccimb������rviand  Pub idhing   C*vnp ,ny  This puper wiil um le'iu  I'l'spousible for the <i|,iiiinii������  ������������������rs, as nmy appear in i'������ '.*���������  *rotn time to time.  -*" " "*~ "'~ "~'T"~"*"L " ""ri  TUESDAV,    MAY  itself  if mil-  In uint-  1910,  England  Garden, Field  and Flower  Seeds  Hotel  * OlTOK is hereby given t'-it "in* month  tr.mdste 1 iliteudt-i ai������ply fi- he Sujim-  iiitt-odent of Provincial i'-..ie., Vjctoriu,  Ira rsnewal nt tbe betel li ������n c held by  loe tor the Wuodhus Ht>������ijj������. g I'la e, hit-  i stud on Lot 178, Ojoiox l-wl. ut  ���������'.<!  Anmk w.ioijiica..  Dated 2Cth day of April, 1*.������hi.  NOTICK is hereby given thnt ��������� n- month  from Jntci 1 intend to apply t > the snper-  ioteodent if Provincial !'��������� lice Victoria,  fur a hotel liqunr licenso in. t e Wilson  liotal, situaLd a j Union Buy. .'.i*.  Jons Hi uiiiiit.v, Jr.  Dated 2Gehdayof Ajjii', l'.i n.  NOTICK is hereby giieuih niw month  Jrom dutt; ������e intend to a,.jm ... the Snp-  erinteud.-ut ot Proviocid ������-1 <-,-, Vio*.ori������,  for a renewal uf thn Hotel li,.- .,,o held  by as for the Nelflou hod. i~it sited at  Union Bny, B.C. Pr.Asi:.: A .nanor.  l)atft<l'2Gtli day of April, I'.i.u.  XOTICK is hsreby given ti.'n . uo m>.n h  Irmu date I intend to app';. t. fie Snper-  iiitem'e t of Provincial I'o c-. \'i������t.*������iia,  for a n.-ne^ulof the hotel L.-i s������ hold by  lne for the Wilson hotel, .-1 u u. i at Uui-  ou Buy. Jon.-. 1!  \i.'iiutv.  Du.ed thc 'J6lb day ot Apr.i   iyio.  Under New  Management.  First-Class   Hoard   by  the day, week or month.  Reasonable Rates  The Bar lias been new  ly  replenished with   the  with the choicest of wines  liquors and cigars.  James   Walters,  Proprietor  New crop now arriving from our growers in England.France  Holland, Oaiiatht antl the United Stales. All tested as to vitality end purity on arrival The best Is pood citoufih for our customers. Catalogue free. Business will he. continued at our old  stand until May. After that in r.ew location, which will be announced liver.       Address  M. J. HENRY, 3010 Wesminster Rd, Vancouver  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  Tho great Uterine Tonla, add  only  safe  effectual Monthly  [Regulator on which women can  depend. Sold in three degrees  ot strength-No. X, #1; No. 2,  10 degrees stronger, 83; tip. A  tar special cases, SS per box,  Bold by all drugsfats, ox atx*t  .     m,i     prepaid on receipt ot prioe.  /      >i.     Free pamphlet. Address: THII  OtSllf IUBIflmiCO.,T0Mimi,0Ht. tfomerfyH'****!  C'OItPORATlON OP   THE CITY OF f sum of $25,000.00 currency,  each of  \S  CUMBERLAND, B.  J  CUMBERLAND.  A BY-LAW to provide for the construction of Sewera in the City of  Cumberland and -to authorize the  borrowing of a sum of $25,000, upon tne security of Sewer Rates and  Sewer Rcntnls, with the guarantee of  the City of Cumberland,  WHEREAS it is desirable to construct n system of sewers in tht U'ty  of Cumberland according to the  plans therefor prepared by Ed, Mo-  hun, Esq., and adopted by the'Council of the said City of Cumberland.  AND WHBR13A9'it is intended to  borrow the sum of S35.000.00   upon  the'-" said debentures being of the  amount of not less than 1100.00 currency and all such debentures shall  be sealed with the Seal of the said  Corporation and signed by tbe Mayor thereof and countersigned by the  City Clerk,  ���������1. THE DEBENTURES shall bear  date of tbe day after the final passing of this By-Law, and shall be payable in 25 years from the said date  at the office of the Corporation of  the said City ol Cumberland (or at  such other place as may be designated thereon) and shall have attached  to them coupons for the payment of  Wood's Pfcospfco&i&f,  Tlie Great English Remedy.  Tones and invinomces the whole  nervuus system, makea nuw  Blood in old Veins. Vttrtn A'erv  Singer Sewing Machines for  sale on easy terms at the NEWS  OFFICE.  ou-. Debility, Mental and Brain Worry, Dee  pouuem'i', Sexual Weakness, Emissions, Spcr  maiorrliaa, and Effects of Abuse o- t   Price II per box. Bixforli One wil  will euro. Sold by all druggist* oi  plain pkp. on receipt ot price. .Jvei  maiisrrliata, and Effects of Abuse or Excesses.  ... ���������     . ,_.__..   one*willplea������c.������.s  or mulled in  pt of price. Jfeio panfUct  mailekfrce. tha Wood MMlloln* Oo.  iformerly Windsor) Toronto. Ont.  i the'security of Sewer Rates and Sew-  interest trom the time of the delivery  Form No. 9.  LAND ACT.  Form 'if Notice,  Cot mix Land  District  District of Coast.  TAKE notice that Henry  Ar-  er Rentals imposed, lavied and collectable in the City of Cumberland.  AND WHEREAS thc Corporation  of the City of Cumberland propose,  to guarantee the payment of tho mo-  I rleR borrowed under authority of  thin By-Law, and the interest, thereon.  AND WHEREAS a Petition,'under  the    provisions   of    thc    Municipal  NOTICK U hereby {,'iven tii t una n.ontli  tr���������m date t intend to lipp! ��������� t" tne Supcr-  intrndentof Provincial H-ic Vic-i.iia,  f.rthe tramrfer of the lut.-l 1,tonne held  bv we for the Wilson hot��������� i, i.uatid at  Union, B C.. to John Hum litvy. ,lr.  John Hi'm/iiuky.  Da'ed 2Gl.lt dny of Ayii-   l'.i-d.  'NOTICE i-i horoby givon iluu ��������� ne uio. th  hum data'I iutuud to up, ly i... th Sup- r  into Jtnt nf Pf.v lucinl 1*. hi-, -'icturiii,  fur a Mi.ewal ol the hotel licc-n.-.* held bv  < o fo ilu .Lurne lu.tel, si tutp.1 at C"-  m x  I. C. Flopenck * . i lute.  'thi* it'if'.tli d-y nf April. 1 -ill.  thnr Young, of   Viiiicuver, oeuu-i ciai,ses Act, signed by  the  ptition Master Mariner, intends to  apply for permission   to purchase,  the  folki",inir demjribed  lands:���������  ownent  of more than onertcnth of the value  of the real  property in thc. City ol  Cumberland,  as shown on'rrid by the  lust revised Assessment Roll of   the  Cotinnericino; at a post   planted on i.snid City of Cumberland,   has   been  Tltuvluw   lshnd  nbout   one milt-1 Presented to    thc Municipal Council  ir���������ot���������fi*.    .   u ::      i "������������������ i .requesting  the  Council   to  introduce  .bast ot ureoii lomt. lieside a tiosst!  ' '       ; the By-Law.  miirked A. P.   A.,   iST.   K.   cor. j    AND-   WHEREAS the paid   Sewer  Bcwot"RetTfSl?~JtH!~SEtT  tlienee West" 3lT^Ialirsp"TIunict7  Sotitli 40 eliaiiis; thencH East -M)  chains; thi*new along   shoreline to  SO i ii is iic.iiby given turn. ..uo month  tronn iliiti I intend to apply t=. Hi..- Suuer-  iiiiftcieiit of I'roviuoinl 1'U; , Vict .ria,  for n le i will of die h..te! 1 c. n e i.old by  uio for the Kiv.'Mido liotoi,   ��������� inn'ijil   at  CO'.irtCllliy, 15.0, O. II,   t'*l CitNKR.  Diitf' i"������'MV\ d..y-f April 1^.110  NOTIC 1.4 in Inreby given ihni. ns month  from date T intend to apply t . U; Supor-  inteudeiit, nt Proviuciiil 1'nlii.e, v'je.toiin  tor a r.-nav. al uf the bi'toi lui.-u-t* f-tld by  Lie fur the Union hotoi, pirn,no i at Uni  mi. B C. Samcki. i , Davis,  *     Uh'"i ihe HOth dny of A|/'ii   DID  KOTJCfi! m liuoby givon th t on. nio.ith  fiom dat������ I iiituud tn .ipi !;��������� ... inv .Sii|j.i'-  i to'iilont if I'r.ivituuul IVi -e, Vicioriu,  for *reuaw^l nf tlic lwt.������l l m n^- in,;d by  me tot (lie font tt nuy hot������ , . t .uto;*. ut  0 Uftenay, ll.C. Jons R l.m.isiox.  Dntrd'-'Otlid.y cf April, ItHn,  jrjitit of coinriioiicuinotti,  cont.-iiii- I  ing 160 acres more, or lest,  Henry Arthur Voting  Name of Appliomii [in full]  Ambrosa P Allison.  Agent  Dare December Jitli,  1909. '  NOTICK is lieroby give i tn t ������. o month  fr im tli.t������I in;, nd t ��������� app y . ��������� th ��������� Super*  ii.tenilont of Provincial l'o c , Vjcs una,  for n roitwil of tlni hytd jj-;i.*jj.-.u imlil by  me for tbe Kile' otal, Hitiinud "t. Conn x,  B.C, (JKOIIUIS (f     .\i.*.i'l.i.SAl.D,  Diito.1 '.'Oth day of A|irll,li/ul.  NOIL i4i������ buroby Kiven una nc month  It. in (Ut������ I iitenti tu apply in tint Mtipur-  iutemlu't tt Pr'.vincinl l'n loo, Viotoria,  f.trurcmiiviil i.f tho hotel He iihm hold by  m������f .r tin l'.,ri Ati^imtu lu-ti-l. riittnttdat.  tJoin-ix, '.*' .'.Ii.i oi.Me*  Oiitcd *.tllli liy uf Apiil. .'.l'o  Thoro are many b&ltir.j powderc but  There is Only One  MA03C E/X.I'C ?OWtlir.  It ll Purs, Wholeiorr.s nnd Economical.  sold jn /ox sizM.  plates and"  i mated to produce. .?.2i)<HI.(!0 annually  J    AND WHERBAS the said   amount  of money    intended to l:o borrowed  pursuant to this By-Lnw, will be prl*  ! m.'.rily charged nnd pccuiTit upon this  j Snwr'r Rates nnd  Sewer Hentals   to  ! he assessed and levied collectable mr  j nually in thc city of Cumberland,  i    AND    WHEREAS    the    computed  unomit required to V.e collected nn  nually by  Sewer Rsntals and  Sowi'i  Rntos, or otlicrwi ic tc be raised   an  tiiif.lly,  to    pay the interest at,   sis  per    cent per anni'ni upon the   utibl  nmount of WfiOtld.On, ts nruHUiVwul  thc amount rotjuired annually to tils ���������  clmr^e the debt when pnyable vl'/,:~  The said aum of $2.'ilW).i;o in. tv/eiv  ty.fivc years is SUlOfl.llll, and the to*  Iul amount required to bn raised an  iiiinlly hy rate for pnyinff tlio   salt'  uolst    and tbo    intcreHt.    thereon It  :>".>5ii0,()0,  and it is estimated   tlmi  tliwre -will be not any deficiency.  AND WHI5REA8 the amount of; tlm  whole    ratable    lnnd   nud   improve  munte or real proporty of the Mnn I  cfpallty accordinR to the last rein  ed Assessment Roll is WM.I'iill.lin      |  AND WHKRISA8 it in proposed t<������ j  Hhuo Dcbenturen of the said City oil  thereof, and the signatures to the in  terest coupon may be either written  stamped,.printed or lithographed.  5. THE SAID DEBENTURES shall  bear interest at the rate of six per  cent per annum from the date thereof, payalle half-yearly on the last  day of June and R'ecember, in each  nnd every year until the redemption  of the said debentures at the Office  of the Clerk of the Municipal Corporation of the City of Cumberland, or  at such other place as may be expressed in the Debenture or Coupon.  6. IT SHALL BE LAWFUL for  the Mayor of the said Corporation  ?to dispose of the said Debentures at  a rate below par, and to the Treasurer to pay out of the sums so raia  edby the sale of the said Debentures,  ���������aU-ftXhenses-tflaaa.6C-ted_W-Lth: the   pre-  Cumberland for tlio sum of SUfiOMI.iH-  E.TACILLE7TCO.  Toronto, Oat.  >^  Rev. 11. s, Uir-iii..,,, i.ml wil'ii  will ii'vivt* this wivlx I..i* Shinny,  Mi'. Htt^ing* 'do* itliiir^o,  Mr, H. ItlncMi.   I  Bi^r Stn)*.', ImlVi.d (ill  ol lili' XXet k | |* hi-, h  t. I'lil.  'I   ���������*      Of      tilt!  U t.,|i.oi������ility  Iln  ,it Vic-  .Mi'. iiniJ   Mi'n   U.   U  VI ill ttHXt   ���������        U'cdlii ,-(iiii  v *���������,���������   ,1,1 I Jll i        "  ,     ,i  ,.  v. ii! ill inn m I'D-nlf,  I ���������������������������������" ��������� ���������<>���������   ������������������������ ������������������  A   Xt I'J Nil''  tvitf lii'in it ������.  ft gilt  .11   (, I'M'  (.. xV V.   II-,  H       til  III'I II>l  till  ..iii  (���������11  ...''  ���������Itilim- ) n >.���������]*  i.i V ct  Jii'owti iii Ciitiiiii-tl uni K-  l',.i ;..,,...n I.. ',,,���������-,'������������������  \ ��������� I"-, '"d ���������    \     ni  .  jjn )il'b<)' iii    .  kilttofi,  ��������� -(' ihit  (*   limy  ���������n-nt  ���������i   iin\  ���������| i,  Moll '���������  ,.is*.'!!. :  H.. . *,  V .  I'li.i  berirliig intere.-.t thereon at the rntti  of nix per cent per annum as hertv  after provided (which is tho debt tu  l.e croatod by thlH By-Lnw.)  THIORRFORE t'ie Munlclpnl Coun  oil of thc City ot Cumberland ettnetu  ns followa:  1.   THE5   MONKVS    rniftod   tittdci  this By-Law almll bo forthwith   oi.  ponded in tho conatructlon of auwera  rml for tbe pifponos Rfnorolly men  i Molted In tliiB By-Law, nnd for   no  other ptirpouoH.  KOTIOI4 ii lia.oby ������ivon  tint tl.lrlvj    -.   IT SHALL bn   lawful for   the  il-y.i .rift. rt.U w������ ui'ond ti npi*ly t. ilioj Mnyt-r of   the    Corporation   of the  NiipfriiiHiident of I'riiviiiiijiil 1' inn Viu-; City of    Ctimbflrlnnd to borrow   on  U-iin, fni-a nnmviilit tlm  liot.l  Iiuui-e' t.hn Bf.curity of Beivnr IUUch mul Wov  fur Ui������ WillowH llotlm iute4  ..tCinp-   or Itcntala imroHcd, levied nnd   eoi  bill Kivur, B. C. 11 .la torni  of nix! pctablo, in the aald City of Cnmiitn*  iiiantliic.mkiiiuai.ivJuly li*. UU). jHt)ll m<{ by wny of ffiiarnnlM   npoi.  TIIULIN* HANUKX.    ' ,lj(, crf(jlt 0, thfl HftU1 ciorpor������t.loti,i'i.v  ������t������MUt!.mi.',At..||tf������t,b. ID10. .my   0f tho I>ebnnttiro������    horelnnlter  NOIl-.Ki.  In.ith)* (,-ivoii   ilut tinny ��������� nwntlouwl, from any poraona or per- j (.oUneH  d������.vn..flf'i*.li'������J inhmtl tn ������pi.|v  to  tlm ,������"���������������' or    t"><ly ������'��������������� ',ntli''', '���������irpornt.a, '  Not only is it a nice mild  smoke, but the "Oraml Duiie'"  Cigar has all those neci-ssaiy  qualities which f-ive so much  satisfaction to tlio smoker.  psration nnd lithographing of the debentures and the coupons, or any discount or commission or other  charges incidental to the sale of the  said debentures.  7, In the event of the amounts  reised in any. year from sewer rates  and sewer rentals proving insufficient  to pay the said two sums of UCOO.OO  nnd ?1500;00 respectively, then and in  that event there shall be levied and  reised upon the ratable land nnd Improvements or real property in the  Municipality an amount sufficient to  remit such deficiency and disclmr"C  the guarantee of the City pro tanto.  s, So "much of the monic������. collect-  ad fi-r. and received by the City  Treasurer under the provision!! of the  Uy-lnw or By-laws to be passed after the presage of this By-lnw ns  aforementioned as shWI bo sufficient  to provide the annual interest on tltff  moneys borrowed on tbe security of  said debentures and the annual sinking fund for the payment of tbo  principal monies due upon the said  debentures shall, immediately on receipt thereof, bc set aside- by the aaid  City Treasurer nnd placed by him to  a aeprrnte account with the Bnnkws  of the Corporation of the said City  of Cumborland, thereout shall bo  paid tho coupons or Interest upon  the debentures or borrowed monies as  tlic snmo uh all trom time to time  | fall dun, Rnd the monies to provide  thc Raid annual sinking fund shall bo  placed on deposit and with the in  tercat thereon ohall be nllowotl to accumulate, and thereout shall be paid  thn principal monies borrowed, oh  tlio said debentures shall from time  to time become due.  II, THIS BY-LAW SHALL, before  tho final pasainp; thereof, receive tho  nsHcnt of thr Electors of the snid  City of Cumberland, in the mannor  providetl for in thc Municipal  Olaurra Act, and shnll take effect on  the dny nfter the final ,pn������*i������g thereof.  IU.   THIS BY-LAW may not bo ot-  tiwd or repented gave with the con  (tent   of the Lieiitenant.-C3ovemor-Jn������  HAVE YOU BEEN  A WINNER YET ?  Have you won a set of our  dishes? Whether yon have won  a set of dishes, or not, you are still  a winner if you have been using  ROYAL  STANDARD  FLOUR  The numbers drawn   for Mav  are  76/50  86656  861^0  79428  81311  92638  7(6,6  96211  8442$  86. 5;  ��������� Manufactured by���������  Vancouver Milling  & Grain Company Ltd  VANCOUVER, ll.C.  Aflvui'tisurs will confer n favor  hy bringing in '���������hub' nil*, not littw  thnn Monduy, as thin will enable  the jii'iiittira, to insert it in thn  npxt issue on the..following Tuos*  <lay.  ������t'l  .Suv������u-'..tctiiU-:.t of I'MvitK'ul 1'.. I'M   Vic   ",l0 wny ho wlllimr to ndvenco  tlie  i loiu, f..r 11 rvnt-wnl wt  tlie l.nti-1 I (icniu ! rinmo ** ft -������**-< n ���������������������"> ot "*oney not  1 In.In.   M .iiiHp.im  llniui,    i.nii.t d .,;���������������. 1 i*.'\vic.,iii������;   m  I...-   . :.��������� 1.   I"....  .....    ���������',  1,11 .. , i������. 1,. lur in,* It'ini   o|    6,,\    nt,,1,111  viiiii.iiunw.. K <ltll." If 1 J'.ll".  M'.i'.liF.lrli-nimS.  H..tud nl j, nl, Aj,r,| **M,li, llitu.  i* n.i V   y  11 LAND ACT.  IM.'til Of >!<)'( WK.  I .-.ir. KlWldUl tlU'.',  ,'t in   >i.K' XX 'H'tliiliH O".  ��������� Hi )���������; limt tvl'iu,. 1   M.   M,i|.  d,  ' .1'   1 i'i*  cut mi *, ii.-t' 1  I    11.   TUIB BV-LAW sliiitl be   cltort  us "The* dower By-Liw, 1(110."  I     T.M.'P  VfYHrii* i|.���������i if,,,   ,lv.v^  , 'ih ,t in;*-1 iiyiy ��������� ! ''..   ^rv'H'ti'd   Hy  I' t-i  T.\hf- *.  .  , -I i.n  I  nt.  if.   Vi',  fii^t.'.-n ������::������������������  mri'i*'i   Iioini' ti* 1..  gur.i. on S.������uii*'..u I... (  u\*\.rx |l)|-MI������Hlll lli| .  '    1.1*1.'ll  ,,,    I,;  tli.'l  i. ji"l'l  ti-.i, ,  ,'  -t  iinibf '  iii ii ���������'  tutuo  ',.. ,    '..'".    ,    I.    .   *,.',    ���������-������������������''���������   ' i     i-TT'O    lit I  Hiidi ,iiin.)i 1.0 ml.*������d .r rrctiivctl   t>,  X" puid into the liHtiili of the TrcaH  nnr('r prrn'ri nctinp: mi kucIi'i   fnt j itiimicifitiMty will ha tiikfii   ������t Hirl  iln, mMil Corporntlot. for the jmrpnw.. |,}.,,.��������� 'r���������j|t,r H|l0pf   l/���������ni.���������lU|r Ave  M.D    iVi'i.il   tJil.   IJHA'."'.    I.i.iliiiil'-'.HK     i'k.  iTrrd to.   The nnld tit^nturoB hIioU i" ^'"���������-'Uiiy, Juno 7tli, 1010  < .ntuiii He j;tiftrfintc.i of the City of . y u. ni., to 7 j������ ru,  '* ���������uil.erlimd, in tlm inUowhiu tcrmn,  1 r hh nuur 1 hereto ns * an lie:  "The pnyment   if ihe   prlni'ip.*.l  ���������'motiict   1 111   lh"   Ir.t >rrA.   tVr/",**  ���������undri-   thin de'ieniiif at the r.-  CLi.'t* llntt..  .'���������'!.' 11  tl'i-  ,,.r.������i*. f. !!.      M'*lii.i.' o;i l..,'ii|niii 1 v.k m ��������� .1     mi  1 !'W,  tijioti wliteli tho vote o{   (lit  from  AI.K.W MeKfN.VO.V,  Vd'V I'lOtK  IP VOU WANT GOOD  PJUNTlNPr GO TO THK  NEWS. PIKST-CUSSWORK  O. H TARBELL  ET  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Ami nil KITCHEN    UTENSILS  Sportsmcns Goods  mid J  General Hardware 1  ���������"0  Seeds  nit .it  n  ���������*ii "t tiio tmru.t... t t.r i  *' '       ..|   ti emf  ������n "i'  ��������� .���������  i i't, ne .(.���������, 4> ti.������>iim> e ��������� '.h en .  'I. ������������������ ������ t Hi .���������!..( ,i.. tl.. | i.f ,  \,'i"H-g V.'.l'.\}ii>H ������������    *'   L  ��������� ���������'irtvi't. t!r*.<n������ no.  i,      lim-lll   X*,%,,.\.   .,|4,|     ,)HJ,  fi. ' .  A.    t  WOTK'K.  ! i'lillj.' 0������|   ll.,'ll|||lll ll'.'K   |l  "d"e miller th* tfirtriH nf thin deheu-; wm* ������!Hm of   the   I'tiinii   ^olljery  CitiipAny by any pittnn or \������r  ���������ii'ie��������� ixci 11 iiiii,,' nt--fi-m| Holly  ���������t������i|i������* iuii.    IC..i|.inv..f>.   'te  *\)h'  !���������(���������*,.���������  ,|,tiii...(|   ' .r m|I. will'*   *nr������������������  Hv 'itildr  I'i *���������:!)- l>   bini'  wi,  ��������� n\  ������������������rurr, J* hereby jf'mrniitti-rt l.y t'.>  ������������������-.;.|   . it t or .'mo of   tin    1'iiy   ot  ������������������CtmUi'arUnd.  t    IT  HHALI. HF. biff ul l.^r   Ml*  iirii' i.iaye-t to eetne en* nnrfrr  of  *-Y.i*rttvren to be mode, wct'd ������f).*  '���������rietA tor aurh ���������****������������'���������* "' ^-y >r   r  ���������j irert. mt    e*c<r������!.nj: y-we ������r, tk;  OP KVBHV KIND, In nny  rpiiinlit.v, by tho pn������k������(ie or .  hy thn pound,  Ornamental Shrubs  Fruit Trees  Omwn t.i unit   Iho H. O,  <i|.miiti'.  Catalogue  Free by Mail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Ltd.  Satisfaction ��������� Bny a "Grand  Duke" and have satisfaction. Union made, hand made,* and made  from clear Havana Filler,  Form No. 11.  LAND ACT  Form of Notice  Comox Land  District  District of Cortes Island  TAKE notice'that Helen  Bull,  of Heriot Bay, B,  C.  ocenpatson  Matron, intends to apply for permission to lease the following described lands:���������On Cortes Island,  B. C. being that portion of Sqnir-  rel Cove known as the  northeasterly arm and lescribed as follows:  ���������Commencing at a post planted  on     the    shore    about        200  yards  northwest   of   the    north  west corner of timber limit^86265  thence    southeasterly  along   the  northeasterly "shore one-half mile  more or less to the southeasterly  shore thence following the  south-  easterly shore in  a .southwesterly,  direction 2003-ards more or less to  tho  southwesterly    shore, tbenee  northwesterly along the southeast-  westerly shore produoed along the  imaginary   line   across   Squirrel  Cove to a point on the northwesterly shore thence northerly  along  the westerly shore  to   the   nortli  shore thence southeasterly  along  the northeasterly, shore-to poiut 01  comnio'ueemeut and containing sixty ^150) acres more or less.  Helen Bull, Applicant.  Dated March.. 1st, 1U10.  W-iW^T^^^iimiTmr-  vide;  The* proposal.to build,a railway  from Coniwx to West Coast is not  a new one, bnt it look's likelier to  bo realized now tlian.it. has been  before. J. W. Brydeu of Coniox,  is in the city visiting his father,  Johti Brydett, of Es^uiuialt,. au<i  he says it is generally understood  at Cumberland that, the Canadian  Northern,  will   build   from   lhut  place to Alberni Canal in order to  provide an outlet for, their coal iu  thnt direction,.  The Canadian ISorthem aro  pledged t.o build a lino of railway  from Victoria to Barclay Sound,  and there is uo doubt but that in  the near future there will boa  great deal ,������t' shipping from that  point, If the cowl company, which  will be under tho same control  since its purchase hy Mackenzie ������te  Alann, can ship their product to  the West coast, by a short lino ui  railway they will control thu'trado  at thut place and it will bo a great  convenience to the shipping trade.  The distance between tho militia  and Allium! Citual ia not much  greater than to Union Hay, the  only diftWuuce being that there is  a divide to cross. Tlierc is a tmil  over the divide and the givule in  not very henvy,  Mi'. Brydou en ino down over iho  road in an automobile with Ut'orgo  Tui'bull, who is also from C11111-  iierland, lu the Inttt'i's Iweiiiy  liorncpiiwiir Kurd runabout, They  to-k father moi'e ihait a day to  make the 151 miles, but tho road  over the stiiuit is not suitable IW  speeding, Leaving early iu the  morning they made Diuu-aii tli.it  flvouiuir nnd Arrived at Kcquiinnit  thfl fnllowitw day. Tint road the  other aide of thoHiuuuiit, they huiM,  wm very t*ood with the exception  ot a sum]! portion near Deep Buy,  " i  ���������l-.l  rt. 'J s . a  WANTED���������A girl for genet nl  work ut hotel, Apply to Mrs.  Holnuis, I'ort Augusta Hotel, Co-  786 Oift-AvUi-jIrritn  P. O   Pox  lOfttt  VAWourFR.       n,o.  ��������������������������� wTyMj^yj������|itjwiiiaMB^  inojf, fl. (\  TlieKtv, ilr. Ki'ft'iiiHii, who  mieeeeiJii Mr, ilKstingn ju the Me.  tliodi*t paiittiiHte. here, will strive  on or iilniut .imu* Ifcrh,  .lumen t{fiint, nun of Knbrrt  Kimut, tu rived fi mn VU'turht by  [ Smith)'��������� boat. THE   NEWS',   CUMBERLAND,   BRJTISir COLUMBIA.  -   For $l.oo a Year  i  The Oliver Type-  l writer for 17 Gents  a day!  ' Please read the headline over again. Thnn  I its tretneudoua significance will ddwuupon  I y������u'  f An Oliver Typewriter���������the itnudard  I v Bible writer-the moat highly perfeotfd  ' typewriter oa the m&rket-youre for 17 cent*  I uday 1  fTb������ typewriter jrhose conquest of the  oommeroiul world is a tmtter of bu������ine������s  l history-youra for 17 cents a day!  Tiie typewriter that is equipped with  isoora of suoh oonvenienoea as "The Balance  fsiufv"-"The Ruling Devioe"-The Double  IIUleuse"-"The Locomotive Dase"-"The  [Automatic Spaofir"-The Automatic Tabu-  [la'.or"-"The D.mnveariog Indicator"-"The  Ailjugtiblo Paper Fin  Kers"-"Tho Scientific  Cond* nted Key-  '. ���������ar<'"-all. ,  Yours For 17  Cents a Day!  tVo announced thin  new salii plau recently, juat to feel the  ' pulse of the people. Simply a small onsh  payment-then 17 oents a day. That i  (.the plan in a nutshell.  The re*u<t has beeD inch a deluge pt  applications for machines that we are sitn-  'piy astounJoJ.  The demand conies from people of all  idaases, <tll ages, all oc upatious.  .The majority of it qu ries haa coma from  people of knowing finiinoial standing wb>-  pwerft attracted by the novtlty t.f the prop  lositioa. An impressive thmonsirutinii . f  fthe irait.%us*pppuiniity of the Oliver Type  fwriterr���������f~^" " ������������������   -  "   "^   '~~    ~  VA stirtlinis confirmation of our belief that  Sthtt Era of Uuiyersnl Typewriting is at  [baud.  ' A Quarter of a Million People are Making MONEY with  BEER    JBEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  BREWERY BEER  Drink   U   B. C, Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo, B. C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  Goto  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS'* TOBACCOS  T>. Hunden  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ud  Week-end service   between Vancouver,  Naoaimo, Union, Coniox, by  the  steel Clyde built twin ectevr  steamer "COWICHAN" {y  Sailing as under���������  Leaves Vaucouver, Saturday 8pm  Arrives Nanaimo, Saturday 12 p ro  Arrives Uniou, Sunday 6 a in  Arrives Comox,  Sunday 8am  Returning:���������  Leaves Coaiox. Sunday 4pm  Leaves Uuio-t Muudny 5pm  Arrive* Niaairao, Sunday 11pm  Arrives Vaucouver Monday 7am  Stage leavoa' Union for Cumborland ev-1  ery Sunday morning on arrival of **CO\V- j  IOHAN;" and leaves Ouraoeilui d Hotel  at 1  pm, conuectiog witb ateomer  Ubiou.  im^mmmmsBmtsSmms*^^  A cup oi BOVRIL is a fine  tonic in any season rv:t rt is  valuable in many olUt ways,  A little added to rL*n<.  ���������nd Stews greatly unfrrjv^i  their food value. Tryitjvh ������  warming Ginned Menu.,  w  f  Candy  AND  ���������Walworth.-Rolsto.n-;' Co>td--  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B������ C.  * ���������   ������������������  Cumberland Livery  and Feed Stable...  S������S*  r  OLIVER  TVpeW rster  . THE STANDARD VISIBLE WRITER  i\  The Oliver 'Ex pewritei* in n niuney- in nker  ig.it friira t'ie word "bu!" So easy to run  at begin'or* sooi get, in ho "expert'  ������flg.   Kur.ni y.ni Kuril.   Lot Uu ma-  [liine p'iy tho 17 ooutu a day-nud nli ulio\e  'bat is yours.  Wherever ymi mo, thnro'-. work to Lo  nm ami inoniy U be mmij hy useiug lie  Ivor.   The bnali esi ������urld m oillii g 1, r  ��������� iv r opwrRtur-.. TboNar,) not enough to  Ripply tin* demand. Tnnirailariim nmoon-  lui'tlily above thoso of mauy alnmi* of  iirliors,  %n Oliver Typewri-  pr in every home!'  Tbnt Ih oar battle o-y today.   We li >ve  [*0u tlioO iver iiupmne iu unafiilneiwi and  lOltitel)* indi-iionHiib'o in IhUubui, N w  mon thu (itinyiiest uf tho limne.  ho simplicity and ntrcil(|tli of tho ll.ivi'r  it lor f umi ly HUH. It it becoming an  iiortiint 'uaiur iu the home irmni g nf  ang people. An wluuator an well u* n  mey maker,  - new Belling plan puis thn 01 ve>  ti.e tliroulniltl of ������v������ry home in Aiw-r-  . Will -.on elm* tbo door of vour  no or olliso on thia renurkabio Oliver  Kirtunity.  litu fr furtlitr ihtalln of our iuh,v  <r mulaf.oo oupy of tho iirw Olivor  in on,     Ad(lrn*n  Tlie Oliver Type-  ?iter Company.  j'ho Olivor Typowrlter Buildinff,  ^        Chlctgo, Iln,, V.8 A.  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS': OP : ALL  KINDS   wood  and Cod  Hauled  ��������� Dunsmuir Avenue X  | CUMBERLAND,   I). 0.     J  >^..|^|.^.^������}i^.^^<.|.^.^..^>{.>j^i.|������{i'|������|i.('.|<  *4fn\\'  mS  tt  ������������������  ***** r n  ������ a -3  X si t)  m- *e '������  -."������*-���������  5 w ts  **��������� *c, o  lili  tii  t)  m\  .3  ���������n  s  id  ��������� Mm  &  Stl 'tiJAOOOWVA   ;  loo mmm mm  ���������;8boo  jyrouj  oi{t   uo   paqcjiqnd  ������A0 soiidUnfl e.uotuswodt  :o BomtK* opjduios ^sotu  t(i 'O0jj Aiwniosqv wA ���������**%  \\].S\ OAV piTO  'MMppV  eujmU tmA tn putg  a     ���������- * **e A.-^  ��������� -  a ������ w  ri  mt   **  y> X  2 -''^  w ������ 2   It  &  ir  i  i  ti  12  A 5  u  I  %  ���������*  e  You can now obtain the Cumber  land News for lor $1.00- a year.  Lee ue Hpnd it to you. Payable in  advance.  Old papers for sale at the Nevvs  Office.  Lever flrothers, Toronto, will send you  free a cake of, their famous Plantol  toilet soap, if you mention this paper.  E. <}. Emde  Pipe fitting nnd  Geiioi'u] repairing.  Fruits  in season at  D. HUNDENTS  ESQUIMALT & NANAIMO  RAILWAY COMfANr.  PUBLIC NOTICE'i* hereby  given tliat the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Conipany did   on  the eleventh day of April,  1J*10,  depobit in the Lund Registry Offi  t:e in the city of Victoria,   in  the  Province of   British    Columbia,  Plans, Profiles and Uooks of Reference showing the location of its  proposed line    of   railway   from  Paiksville to Union Bay, Vancouver Island, being mile 0 to 5M.79,  as approved by the Board of Kail  way Commissioners for Canada.  W. F. Salisbury, Secretary.  Dated this 13th, day of April, 1910  NOTICE  In th������ matter of the  '-Tramway ,  Company Incorporation Act"  and amending Acts;  and jn  the  matter of The   Comox   and  Campbell Luke . Tramway   Company Ltd.  TAKE notice that a map or plan  and book of reference showing the  lands presently intended to bo parsed over nnd takeu for the pur-  pope of tho above Company's tram  way and a general .description of  the said lands, and tho names of  the owners and occupiers thereof,  have been deposited in the Land  Registry oifice at tbe City of Victoria, B. C.  , Lvery Monday aud Tuesday I  will-be iu town to deliver Fresh,  Butter and all kindS'uf Vegetables  'MUNICIPAL  NOTICK.  The annual cittiug of the Caurt of Re*  viiion for tie municipality of Cumberland will be held in the Con ne, 1 Obamban  oa Mon J ty, Mny 16th, 1910, ������t 7:30 p,m.  Ko.i^a uf appeal must be  in   writing,  e atiug ground cf "omplu nt, aod mu*t be  aii.thu.haiids-of-the-**iicfsor-at'-^least--tf*n-  rtays buf.ne the date of tbe fl-st anuai' nit.  ting <-f tboCoint of iteviainn.  A. McKlNN'OSI.Ciy Clirk.  Cunib-riiiDd, B C, Ap.il '.3th, 1910.  and     also  sell cheap.  potatoes;  will  Chiu Ykuk,  Sandwick.  Always the same, and just as  good as cvor. The "Grand Duke"  Cigar,  An Ad in  the News  pays.     Try it.  E. C. Emde, dealer in   stoves  and gauges; also plumbing, and  pipe.fitting'aud general repairing^  'J^hird Street.  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.  Having bti'h a largo wa-ohouBe and mill  at Couru-nay. 1 will in futuce keen oo  htud a Htock i>f ull I iuda of Hay, ffr^iu,  nud Feed:pt lowest market rates, A  sp'oialty will be made of roller orunhed  t'etd f ir horh.H which will make a Hiving  of out. tliirri iu the co>t of 'Led. Ordo i  (,'iven theieaiiiBter nr l.y phono will bo  promptly lillml. ThnokinR yen tot your  p&tr tinge in i bo pant and nnliei liti^r a. mm  tinnnoeof i)i������ Bame on broider lm������s,I  I)������k io ren.i.in  Vottra to ouuiilillud,  BVROX CRAWFORD,  *l  New Westminster Land   District-  District of New Westminster  f^TKltET^TOETnurTFrir  Thulan, of Lund, merchant, intends to apply ior permission to  purchase'the- following described  lauds:���������Commencing at a post  planted at the North East comer  of ikinghom Island, and running  around the shore of the entire  island to pniut of commencement, containing one hundred  acres more or less.  Fred Thulia.  Dated February 4th. 1910.  SUBSCRIBE FOR THK NEWS  ONLV ONE DOM.AR A YEAR.  NOTIoKia h-imby qivon thnt 80 days  a'tertliio I in'md lo npply to the Hon,  The Chief (,'<omwU>i ner of Linda an.l  WorkH fnr a license to project fnr oial  and puti'olmim li.tder the f..ll..������iini; tie-  Bcribed ]andi,.aitu������te in Sny ward Dintriet,  and daneribeu an follow*:���������Coiiim-'titiiipr  at a post pUntfd at the puiat ������bmt tit)  di .inn north of the S, E, corner of thihei  lerue No 40, tinnco Boiitu UO oliniis to  thu IS, E unruur nf timber limit No, i\),  thenco xmi 41) oliaim, thenc* n.irlli ^0  oliuinn, eaHt SO eiiuiun to ploou of tiOin  inciHUineDt,  Uuted thia 10th day of April 1910.  W. IUUK.ST,  NOTICE is hereby given that  thirtr days after date I intend to  apply to tlte hou. Chief Commis.  sioner of Lands aud Works for a  license to prospect for coal and  petroleum on aud under thc fob  lowing land situated iu the Comox District. Commencing al a  post marked S,W. corner of claim  No. 1, placed about 20 chains  west Irom the southeast corner of  section 32 Deunmn Island,..running cast 80 chains, north Imi  chains, west 80  chains, theuce  NOTICE Ib hnrat.y ^ven tnat at thnI NOi'IOR it Wy tivon that at He  mat meotiuff of iheBiurd ..( Liea.in nut meeting of ibe ������o������H of l,teo >������  CommiH^ino.B of the Ul.y of Cumber-J OommiRiiciiere of th������������ City of Ctj.i.b-"  In'il I Intend W apply tor a  renewal ot tlio hottl iioen������e held by ne  f rthe NewKnxlnnd Hotel, nituntvd on  the on^t half i.f ]oe.'], in block 3, Cinulier.  lund Tow. site,  J A MRS WAT.TEHH.  Datetl tl.ia 2(5 h dny of May, Ktio  NOriflC iidlwivby (iiv������n thnt AO day  nflur.laUi I Intend to apply to thu H������u  The <;hiaf i ti.iui.i������������i nor ������f J.-tntls uii'iisouih So chuius to point of com  .Wurki foi 11 lii*.n������*i t.i proapiut for cut > ujenci'ineut.  <nid piiroleiiu unili'r tho f.iilo lud>-'  Hitrii.nl U.idii, cit.ii.te in Snywaiu Ulitiiot,  MUGHSTKWAltT,  J. V��������� Huri.KR, Agent.  Dated March 14th, iyio.  * J. *  lili  ^S5  ���������8  I  -fi  t  mid huiiiK l������>* "!���������  {. li-mnni Kivor, liidi...  Itu.n'i v.; -CoiiiiiiiMKiliiii nl a pin plmit'il  nt the  S.W.  Oiirmr ..f Mii.l Itiwrv.-, \  Iln* mo ovh. li) iiliui im, n oh or lem tn thu!  in.rlli ������jjhI fiiniiT nf  -mid Uikbivo, tlio.ii.*u|  ���������..tun Til t'luiiiH iimrr nr Iomi tn the 8. V, |  whin ofMt.d IWrvt, the 00 xtettt lo, When You Are Thinking of  i'Iuiiiik, inori. or 1.M41. the 8 v\, o..n.oi'nf |  M-i.l U."(i>vo ..������ Qu n mn Hivor, thtcct-'j  11. rtli-������H*tiiily almiu tjuamioi Hiver t. tti' !  N, \V,i; nmr  il   tiurerie, pinna uf ciiii-1  111.' CI'IIIO 11-. j  l������-t il l.lt ll������lli.l.,v..l April III I),  MAMA JANU WtlKST.  K. I'i i'������������', Am������iiI  NOTIOK 11 l.ni*eli> j^lvon tlut at the  n*xt. iiieetii'K nf tho Hoard nf I.ir-wuo (Vim.  initio ors of tin) City of Cuinberland, I  ii.trn.l to app y ter u tounwiil t.f the Ii-1-  el h.oiiHe lii'lil hy me for tlm I'limlinrland  litittil, aitmit'il on lot I, blnnk ll, Ciiin'.ir-  liii.il To,mm c.  WILLIAM MKRItll IEI.D  P,.tu.l t i'h '.'Mil tiny nf May, MHO,  lo**', 1 tr.tftnd lo apply foi a rem wai   f;  tlm who'<������tiile liquor licnni** held hy Ui ,  Bitu.itod mi lot 9, block 7, Cuo4wlii,<l  JowialU1.  VICTOR 80NORA.  Uiitiid UiIh 25tli day nf May, 1910  I  iii.*ii 1 uu ."������ie 1 iiiuiiiug 01  Bicycles  NuriCB 1.4 herohy givoi. that nt tli>.  umt ini'ft n������ of thn U<wnt uf l.tceuiio Cm  uiM-iuiinri t.f the City uf 1 uraberminl, ]  n.U'Oil tn a ply ft* 11 rou������<ol ol thu In t  i't I i-enw Imlil li, me fur tin" WtViily  llo't'l, iiIi.hM <tu l������t 2, boo; It, Cumber  hind Tow unite.  FRANK DAlLO.S  lM'o.1 ihli With day nf May, I Old  it  The Courtenay Motel  Kvwy eonvi'nltniw lorxnent*.  TUtOential Uot 1 tor Bportemon  N.i..r. lun ll.e Uc.i. ol W.io......il I->,.t..t-  *t the Kfir.  RATES RPAfiftN-VBLIt  John Johnston.    Prop  r  NOTICK in I or-l.y (ilvon   tHutl'l .Ih.sh  ������f<er ilati'I Ii.I<ii,<I  tn  apply to tin'Kmi,  Tit thief cmuti������������iuo������r nf Liunla an.l  Hnrka fur a liroiao to proup rt  fnr 0 ml  and putniKiuin   U:nli*r tha f.dloivin^  do-!  rmilt d IiiiiHm, hiti.nt^ in Stivwt.r.l Ml.I ii't  '  Mud douiiliud  a*   f"ll xxn:������������������(.'iiiump..cin^ i  ai 11 pn������t plnntt'd n' me H, VV, <>,in,������������r cf j  l,ut IK1, lll������ltm  H lltll  IM  ttllllnr, bum or' ih   1.  1 ������h m .lu .**. K. c.nn-'i' 1 f Quimnni Hiier,  1 dinn K*������������i\ii,"Li������t7l, thm.c'������ ������*iiit tw prim, with Free Wheels, Coast  il. i,.R,,���������r.|,H������cMi...t..tho.o.,tl.l,iU���������. vr0f y,,r'Ahir  ti.trj. ��������� I 1. I Mt.   llm tw "iM   30  nlum*, H  nniM >r i.������������ t���������> \rt*,e ��������� f tuiiinii'cnnniil.  iiaifil in* Iiuh tiay td tp 11 iUIO  ROY MACOOWAN.  I'., file t, Ai*������iit  X* 1*1 -*������-, i.  Inr l.y Kiroo tu*t   tt  iho  li������d iimeti gtd Inn Hoard of l,iut.unn('i.tii|  iniaiii' ii'tiH of the City cf Cttinlwrlanil, ������������������������  inli'i d to ri|.|.ly f n* * ic ."wJ   f th������ Iiui  ol lie nm* |j.*!.i liyuM  f.ir llm   \'eudiinu  llot*i, nitiutMi.iil.il ^ lilni-k .'I, I'nnibfti  1 ,. 1 'i*  ,  inaiaie   a   .**clcc'   Line,   Vour! \vit>Mv , vh\^nvj'V.i;  Mind Naturally Tintntn the       |ii������f������������ tHiaiih .!���������> -f Mui, imo.  Singer, Humber,  Royfl.l  Enfield,  & Coventry.  them  all    Write for  I    AoiICK i������  lirrnly kivum th.t at n-ki '  1 h'tf <.ft|!rtll,.M,<| .1  l,ii*-ii������^i'iiTtiint. '  Ai   ���������..,,, 11     1 , ,  i-*������* ��������� i * ������|ipl) f..r it t -i id 11 ho *li,|*. I  j (wn������ i.4U(.r limp*! in i.i ia  ... , mtiuted  j.'ttloHit, li.ook 7, Ciiuh.-r,4.1.1 I..W..P.U i  M<   Na M*,\V 4i(|' ������,  , ���������Mudtliw^tl ,| .v i.f ���������  ,, u.jo  NOTICK 1 i. homliy KH'-n tint at thn  unit iinotlng r.f tho Hunrd of Li������ii������������  (.'oiimiiHaionerB of the City of Cinnb*r*  Jan.1, I 1 tond ta apply for a renewal of  the tvlolhuU li'-juor lio mim h*I.i l.y me  on lot .1, btook 2, CiiDilixrlntiu iowna.ie,  CIAI.I MCSSAITO.  Dii'mHbio 25tb day of .s:ay, 1310  S.S."LITHIA"  Licensed fnr 30 puj������sivnpnrs  Towing and ircif.������htin|������ ������o  all pr-;n?c  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Spec i.tl wins to parties by  th������������ dav or week.  l;or pariini!.irs ������r������r>'v fi^~-  j. H, .ioimt'ti'.i*, Agent  or to  Ct.U. WOOD. .Master  T>'.  ii  !*������������������  r  TUY AN Al) IN THK  NKWS  \VK THT) HHVTTNV:  ANIj   KKPAIRING.  Thos. PLIMLEY  niut'ior.i Htcet, ViYtonn, l;.C.  e~m*1 <)|������pus������tc ,S| VltitO  *<Jlhr,   u   t,.r li. ���������..ri<  ������������������It m������*t<|.������ ill   thn    II, r I  ill .!**)*   ,.,,,     ,,(    , j,���������   t    u  ...   .1 lilt* d (..ftp   I-   l.tt,  ,. .,.������*,.������ li^lj, r )���������.��������� , ,,,,.,  j     '!-"    .'li     ,.-l I*.'   t,J. i;h   f,  I Ml ".'   -' \J.  iHitfd u������atba.; .tii.,  I  I.  t  (,t   ���������x a d   I '  ,1   1.1.  .iUltl-lt'l  ��������� ,l',-,y  Ail th���������'��������������� pi'tifii h'tvint;  t^'ijl t  i k������' * i r ilt������ tnnr.a r������?tl", j.u..^  r** ini'tht* *iir������  ind rp.'ftiv'K 'icir  iii.it..-,      MHi- C  Hi'-.*; KU  ������'������������������������������������ n f'.v.  'Y������������!   <\fj  i v*  I  p.  ��������� S oi  . d  At t,-  ���������h   V:  '���������tdrr.  **'*(*.*; .  "ir  Ai  .u \\-  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ���������** His *  Courtship.  By HELEN R. MARTIN.  Author of "Tillie: A Ncnnonite Maid."  Otpvriohl, 1907. i,u Mcllvrr.. I'htUipsdk Co.  V_ m tJ  (Continued.)  CHAPTER XIII.  ON the evening of tbat same day j  Kinross, sitting on the grassy !  terrace by the front gate con- j  teiiiplatlng the dusty high- i  way, was still puzzling over the problem of Eunice. j  "Were slie the Sleeping Beauty lu  the enchanted castle she couldn't be I  more inaccessible," was the eouciuslont  to which he had come ns, after seeing \  the whole family, including ICunice. go j  upstairs for the night, he had nec-os- I  sarily postponed his quest to the nior- i  row. j  "It looUs as though I should be d'riv- j  en to communicate with her'through i  correspondence even while here uuder ���������  the same roof with her!"  He was fairly wearied out with his j  speculations about her. For tbe first i  time he now found his disguise ii-U-j  some, so nnic-li would he have liked j  freely to discuss tlie case with Miss j  Ellery. Surely that philosophical young \  ivo.mmi wns not so abnormally self en- j  grossed as uot to be curious also J  about Eunice. Perhaps if be gave her :  and Daisy au opportunity thoy would |  question him about the girl, thinking, '  of course, that he had known her long !  and intimately. It would be a relief, j  even under (lie hampering-, condition \  of his assumed character, to talk lier  over with some one. How had her |  extraordinary talk of the night before \  struck Miss Ellery anyway? |  He had reached this point In his,  meditations when he was roused by'  the sound of a .step behind him. All  the family had gone to bed, so it must .  'Ue^hB^yoirng-'iatliesr-^iHiey-were-ic-om'-'-*  ing fo join him ou (he terrace.. <  "A. mere farmhand is. after all. a :  man," be shrugged. I  But this evening he felt an unusual  readiness to welcome their society.  "If  I   can't investigate  Eunice myself,  at least  1  can  now get at the ���������  Impression she lias made on others,"      |  He tossed away the cigar he wns  smoking. It was of the brand smok-j  ed by Miss Kllery's father and quite ;  too choice to be found In the possession |  of n farmhand, lie hoped she wouldn't.  notice the iiroma. I  lie turned around nnd looked up,       j  There before hlm, slim and pale In i  the starlight, stood Eunice, In the tin-;  cxpcctodness  of  her  appearing  stig- j  Resting to his startled fancy a vision  of a Era, Angollco niigel, j  Ills astonishment left no room even '  for n pnsslng regret for the excellent,  clgnr so, uiHiocoiwnrlly sacrificed, |  There was a  mingled timidity and  dignity In her manner that brought hlm |  to his feet wllli an Instinctive chivalry. |  "Will you sit down with mc'!" ho ',  asked hi a tone of uncertainty, for ho '  could not guess just why she had come, j  Sho bad alwayn appeared to shun nnd j  even to be afraid of him, There was j  Just now n pained sensitiveness In her (  flue face that revealed tlie struggle i  Bhe wns having with herself In up-j  proacliliig hlm like this.  "Hut you would rather not ho Intruded upon���������oven by nn-?" she asked  wlatfully, her voice low and irembllng. |  "I  menu," she  hastily explained.  "I ���������  don't count, of course, hut perhaps you j  would rather he entirely alone'/" j  Sho  hnd   apokPii   ko  tiiiliosltiitiiiRly j  mat night to MIsn Kllery.   Why should ,  ���������he falter like this, In mtch agony of ;  finlmrriiHHin.'iit, when spcakUm iu imuV  True, Rho hnd talked to Georglana un- j  der atronn ot n sudden Mtronir ImpiiNe -  ���������ho hatl been caught unawares, us it  were-that had been mnnlfest enough. ;  -Htlll, In spile of his own lifelong bill-  tl������������   with   xhyniw*.   he couldn't   quite  titidorstiind why any girl iitulcr the mm  ahouid he bashful with hlm.   Certain |  ly  bin experience with  hiutifiil  girls  had been limited- or, rnllier, nil,  "Kver since last nluht." he h.iI.I to  her, "I have l.fien looking f<������r an ap-  iMirlimliy in talk wllh ymi"  Hi* nii vv the color tlm id her checkx  ���������ml tier lioNiuu ritic nud fall lu a long,  deep t.r.'iith  "Von I.n ve wanted l������ tit Ik wllli me*"  ���������die bietiibcil.  "It's ilie only lliiiiK I have wanted  ever since Ihsi night."  "HIihi* last night'/"  "Yen, mIiicii hist night -naturally."  "In It," ahe nuked, "thai you are i*nn-  ������������'."���������** *.i ������,������.* .--..,.,,.-. j .A.   .',',  V.IWv'k trni'V '*"  "No"-ln������ reproasod a stnllo- "ll Is tint  ��������� bout Mia* Hllery'n frock I wanted to  mlk to you."  It wan evident thut Ihe episode of the  frock hnd been, to her inliid, the only  tliMjllir \,���������r, i���������   .,,������! jnv.....,.-. , -,. .������������������m.  -trtit nu ������lt down," ho n*i������eatc.l.  Vet fnce lighted up nn she obeyed  hlm wim a imginneit* tnat intiiMinnii  td It. He iiinrveleil why she should In  ������>m* moment Nlirlnk from him and falter  Ib painful abyvenn nnd tin* nctt lie  rttdltint with plenstiro, Tn him the  reNaon tor Iho transformation was not  Bfir������ar������,nf.  "What mado you nny ynu i|.n. I  iwintr In* Itegan a* be sented hlm*.-if  \*e*Ulc ber,  "Ton aald to���������that orenlng- by the  fenf***."  "When t mH yon didn't anwy m������������*'  ftttt f didn't mean thaff"  "Wbal did you wean then*" The  qttoaflnn neemett to ������rf������rlrifr fi.mi lier  wltltoui ber volition.  Want had be mrnnt. |������4**-P  -f ������m>w������* " be atm-xdai**) "I tn***������>i  tnat you interest me top much to annoy me."  "And the young ladies���������you avoid  them because they don't interest you?"  Was there a note of eagerness in her  wistful voice? And to think that she  should volunteer to ask him questions!  lf he could make her feel more at ease  with him, perhaps ho could get her  to talk to him of herself. His.pulse  bounded with pleasure in anticipation  of his quest of her secret, nud he felt  a thrill of satisfaction in bis present  isolation with her.  "I can't sny they don't interest me.  Everybody interests me, even Ollie.  even Abe!"  He looked nt her narrowly ns he  spoke her lover's name with this intimation of his insignificance. He could  not see whether or not it disturbed  her.  "But," he went on, "there are degrees of interest. None of them have  a mystery nbout them."  Her face as she listened to him expressed anxious attention, like one who  tries to follow a foreign tongue, and  she seemed to weigh for a moment  all that he said before she answered.  "But neither have I a mystery about  me," she replied wonderiugly. "A mystery?"  "Haven't you?" he questioned gravely in the tone of one reproving a child  for telling a flb.  "Indeed, no." She shook her bead in  denial of such an accusation. "I  haven't."  "Xo? I'm surprised to bear it, for,  do you know, you seem to me tlie most  mysterious young persou I over met!"  "I do." she marveled. "But why?"  In her astonishment she was forgetting her shyness. "Unless," she attempted to explain it, "you find me  mysterious because I am so simple.  If all thc young ladies you know are  complex like Miss Ellery"���������  "Heaven forbid!"  "Don't you like her?" she asked  again with tbat note of wistfulness  which this time iticluded an accent  of pity for Miss Ellery.  "I love her!" he declared with a  whimsical exaggeration that be hoped  would dispose of Miss Ellery finally.  "That's iv liy ��������� I wouldn't have all the  young ladies I know made after her  pattern, yon see,"  ���������������li<i���������iiLar������MjLtJWa^  donly the radiance seemed to die out  of lier face, leaving it mournful.  "You���������you love her!" .she said falter-  ihgly.  "Of course I love her! The difference between you and Miss Ellery," he  went on, following the idea in his own  mind arid .not seeing in the dimness  the pallid hopelessness tbat had come  to her face, "is that Miss Ellery thinks  she's complex, but Isn't, nnd you think  you're simple, but aren't. And tho  most mysterious thing about you is  that you hadn't noticed it yourself���������  that you wore mysterious, I mean. I  don't seo how It escaped you."   '  She did not answer htm.  "For distance, why are you so different from Ollle when you two have had  the same rearing?"  Sho swallowed hard nnd seemed to  make an effort to speak to him.  "Is that a mystery?" she Raid, "Hut  It Is easily explained, We are not. of  the same parentage,"  "Do you know anything of your own  parents?"  There was a scarcely perceptible lies.  Itatlon boforo sho answered.  "No," Her voice Bounded remote, as  though sho shrank from his questioning, **������  "That In Itself Is strange. Isn't It?"  he ventured, hesitating to force bis  Investigations against her evident re.  iuctancc, but his keen curiosity gelling  the hotter of his finer feeling,  "I suppose It la," she answered, her  voice subdued, her eyes downcast,  "Do Mr. and Mrs. Morningstar know  nothing about your parents?"  "I don't know."  "But hnvo you never nsked them?"  "I havo novor dlRcusseii it with  them."  Ills question! agitated her. be saw.  and ho didn't bollovo she was being  candid with him, mo he reluctantly  dropped them. Ho remained silent to  '- give her n chance to toll hlm why she  nought hlm here at an hour when al!  tlm rest of tho family wero ahod,  j "I want to ask you," alio begun timidly, "to toll me something If yon are  qulto witling to ������piiro your timo to  me,"  i The occasional uniistiiiliies* of her  tiinile of expression struck me na lumli  Ing of forelgnneNM. Here wan nnoth.'r  plume of the mystery of her,  "I couldn't make befjnr use of my  time," he answered. "Ask mo any*  thing .vn.t like, child."  The kindness of IiIn tone iim he enlletl  ��������� her "child" made lier eyes grow sin),  denly rnNiy, so novel If was tn hear  herself spoken to as though she were  not n chattel or a alave.    Her voice  fi* ������ho nnmvered hint wns verv low a ful  sweet.  I am ,uir...Mi������ di d.tie ...... ,'.���������,, mt  whether a girl like tin* <*������ul.l Dud a  place out In t'n������ world where nl.e could  earn her living'/"  It whm t������ ask him thin that the bad  .nitie  In  lilm   t.irilt'bt      tint   wnulil   It  not  have been a   more natural  Ihbg  'for her to have gone to tttwrglami or  ! Daisy with such an Inquiry? H* won-  ilor<*d why she hnd choaen to auk turn  . In preference to Uitwt.  "It dciH'iid* upon the iiort ot pln.e  , ymi unlink wi.iii, Home m.i.> .;' .-,,.,%  ere eimy to secure. Others are nut.  V.I.... Uu.tl ut u.nik. do imi uu'.,u'."  "Thiii's what I Hoped ymi ������imni i.-h  ftn> tin- wort of work there t* in in������n  whereby a girl llko me could i-.i/o lift  living."  "I������.mie������ll.- nctrtleef be lie������itntnii������H-  siiKi.'ote.| Hut somehow In ^j.te ,,t  her -er. ito.le ������o th* tnniwi ������ i-,,t������������������f  il.lt ������trn. k him an utterly in. ..n-ru..u<.  "places for i|oirn>,4tle aorvu-c .an i*.  *,o, urii) canity -atwo������t nn y������mr n������n  term*.    Hut If yoa nm thinking of  ioine omer -sort or occupation"���������  He   paused  questionlngly,   but  she  said , nothing.   Only   her   repressed  eagerness urged bim on.  "I should have to know more about  you   before   I  could  judge  of  your  chances."  CERM INOCULATION.  A BRILLIANT WRITER.  Dr.   Thomas   (THagan's   Essays  Arm  Receiving High  Praise.  Late  Nicholas   Murphy,   K.C.,  Tried  Hard to Prove a Grave Charge.  Readers   of   the  daily   papers  are;   Thomas O'Hagan, M.A., Ph. D��������� tha *  aware that in one of the large Ameri- , noted Canadian  critic, poet and lit- 1  Ygain he naused   but she remains ^a.n, citics a .doctor fwas re,ee-tly ,������-n Ilerateur. ^ose' recently published es-j  AMim ne pausea, dui sue remained *tnal <,n  a charge of murdering his isays are receiving such  hig'i praise  uem* '   '     " wife's uncle by inoculating him with   from leading Canadian and American I  typhoid germs.   Such charges, which , critics, is one of Canada's most bril- I  seem  fantastic   but  are   not   beyond ��������� lia������t young writers.   During the last I  the region of possibility, have b.*n J tiUoeu years he hus been doing splen- !  made not infrequently since the germ j did  work  in   the  held  of  literature I  theory of disease became accepted by (.ttmj making u name for himseif.   He '  scientists.   Over fifteen years ago the I first attracted marked attention bvh'.s '-  late  Nicholas  Murphy, ^K.C.,  had  a   Songs of the Settlements and his Ca- I  case ot the kind winch he desired to   nadian Essays and'Studies in Poetry  have ventilated in the public prints.   roveui ��������� wide acquaintance with lit-  It may be said that he did not sue   Ufature of tne Dominion  ceed, for the most sensational editor j    Dr_ O'Hiigaii is of Irish descent and  "Could  you  do  any  other sort of.   then would have shied at, such a story ; 0f g00j ^j ^erry stock.  He was edu-  silent  If you will tell mo something of  yourself," he suggested.  She looked surprised. "But there Is  nothing to tell of me more than what  you yourself have seen."  lie looked at ber with searching  eyes.   "Isn't there?"  "No," she answered w|th a, frankness Hint ought to have carried con*  viction.  ASPECT OF  AMBuK  work than what I have seen yon do���������  scwinu* and housework?"  "I don't know. What other things  are done by women?"  "Well, there are shopgirls, stenographers, milliners," bookkeepers, teachers"- He turned and again looked at  her keenly, -Would you like to teach?"  he asked abruptly.  "But I haven't an education."  'Must how much schooling bave you  had?" ,   '    ;     ",'  "I was taken out of school when I  was twelve years old," " ���������  "Aud have had no instruction .of tfny  sort since then?" v.  ���������*Xo."    '������������������.'.  "Aud never have been off the farm?"  "Never except the few times that I  and there would have to be a prima  facie case of overwhelming strength  before a Canadian newspaper would  touch such a, story to-day. The case  in question was one that involved a  politician long since dead, who was  at that time very prominent in Ontario. Charges of disreputable, conduct in his private life were made  against bim, and the chief witness  against him was a young woman who  lived in his home as a sort of companion to his wife. Her own character, which was good,/was not involved, and she was apparently in good  health also when she- fell ill with  some slight sickness and was treated  by a physician who was related to the  politician in question. She never rallied, and before the criminal charges  and   the   libel   actions   arising   from  have beeu in town to the market for*   the charges came to trial she had sue-  u half dav " '; cumbed to galloping consumption.  "Then. Eunice." he inquired with im- !    To his d>'in������ day Nicholas' Murphy,  pressive earnestness, "may I ask how  you happen*, to speak a lnnguage^so  unlike that of the Mornlngstars?"'  He watched lier closely as he put  tlic question. Her face, so near to him.  gleamed like Ivory In the starlight, aud  lie could plainly see her countenance.  His question brought a startled look  to ber eyes, and again ho saw ber  bosom rise in a long, deep breath.  She did not attempt to answer him.  ���������*W<>I1?"  lie nressed his iimuirv with  ! who was counsel for the young woman and who was responsible for  bringing the original charges to light,  averred that she was a victim.of tubercular inoculation at the hands of  the physician, but he could obtain  no credence for his theory in any  quarter.  IMUHCYI  Another Carrtel  An unrehearsed comedy, in which  the chief actors were'a' sJightly inebriated   Italian,   a   quart   bottle of  ~%^><r^o5fv������rcr  wbitikey   and   n   disclpl*.  ol   Cnrrie  Nation, took  place   in   the  Toronto  Union Station rocnflv,  While   tlu.  native'of flunny Itulv  ���������\iid how does it con... ti...t ,.������.,   ^   \m'{'}^ ,*"���������'   companions   to  .vim  now mils it tome that jou   share Jn a liotfle of rye, n represent a-  tive of the W'.CT.U. arrived on the  a tense Intercut.  "1-1 didn't realize that II was noticeable���������my not spoaltlng as tho rest  speak," aim fnllorod,  "And  how  does II  don't speak iih the rest speak?"  "I-never llioiighl aboul It. If I have  comp to speak llko the-dllTerently  from the rest of tlio family, It has  been unconsciously,"  "Ah?" ho commented thoughtfully,  "lleiniirkiihlel Iteinarkiible-tlint you  should tualie use of a vocabulary that  ynu hnve never heard spoken, Uavo  you. possibly, come iiiiconsi-loualy to   CouM break the nee* of tin* saloon  n   speaking  aei|iialnlaucu   alao  with   '    French and Herman?"  seciHi .uni et one. u.ok in the situs,  tion. Snatching the bottle from tha  hand of the tstonished Italian, she  ran to the track and dashed It on tha  rails.  When asked the r*tiH0n lor her ������p.  lion slm replii.i thut Hhe was only  tlolnjr ber duly by removing, teniiitii.  tion,  adding   that  nlie   wished   uhn  cated at St. Michael's College and Ottawa University, graduating there in  1882 witn high honors in English,  Latin, French and German, and subsequently took a post graduate course  at Cornell , University, where he  studied Jiterature undor Prof. Corson,  the eminent Browning and Sfiakes-  peria'n scholar. He followed the  teaching profession for some years  and has, taken a deep interest in tho  educational advancement of tho  Catholic schools of Ontario. He has  held classical and modem language,  lhusterships in several of the leading  high schools of Canada and has been  a voluminous contributor to many of  the leading magazines, periodicals  and newspapers of the day. His writing is characterized by a fine literary  style and a finish that.stamp him as  a writer of superior niprit.    .  During 1903 and 1904 Dr. O'Hagan  traveled in Europe and he has enjoyed great success on tho lecture platform both in Canada and the United  States. He has lectured at the Catholic Winter School at New Orleans, the  Columbian Catholic Summer School,  Detroit, and tlic Champlain Summer  School, i'lattsburg, and has appeared (  on the lecture platform in nearly all  the leading cities of the American  Union. ���������       "    -  Dr. O'Hagan is a member of tho  j Canadian Club, Hamilton; of the Celtic Society, Montreal; the Irish-American Historical Society, the American  Historical Catholic Society and the  ! Catholic Congress of Europe, He has'  'I specially ..prepared poems and read  (them at a number of noted celebra-  i'tions, such as the Moore centenary  ! celebration in Belleville, the jubilee  "������������������"^i~Str-MTChTi.el^eolleger~Tororit()rr-itv^  j 1903, and tlie--dedication, of tho Me-  i'morial Church to the Jesuit Martyrs,  at Penetanguishene', iii 190*2. Among  his noted published works may be  mentioned Gate of Flowers, 18S7;  Dreamland; 1893, and his recent, work,  Essays, Literary, Critical and Historical. His earlier poetical works received high commendation'from .1. D.  Whittier, Dudley C. .Warner, Kathc-  rine Tynan, Charles D. Roberts, Jas.  Jeffrey Hoche and a host of minor  critics. Dr, O'Hagan is still a young  man and much valuable work may  still be expected from his brilliant,  and facile pen.  A   Difference  of Viewpoints.  Mr. Frank Nelson, who in addition  to being tlie best known race-Htarter  in Canada .is sporting editor of The  Toronto Globe, an old lako sailor and  several othor things beside, was one  of the chief witnesses against the Miller anti-betting bill in tho recent special enquiry at Ottawa. After he hud  given his evidence, Mr. W. V��������� Riuioy  of Toronto, who represented the religious interests back of the incisure,  approached Nelson in the corridor  ami said:  "Look here, Nelaon, it's all very  woll for you to testify as you did, but  you must admit that racing brings  objectionablo characters into the  country and that nicing ossoeiations  even admit objoetionablo characters  to membership."  "Well," replied Nelson, "there's a  good deal of difference of opinion  everywhere us to what constitutes jun  objoetionablo character. Now I used  to belong to a very flno organization  and it specified only two classes of  people which ft would not admit to  membership under any consideration.  Would you like to know what thoy  were?"  "Yes," said Mr. Hanoy,  "One was tho liquor seller."  "Quite right," said Mr. Hanoy.  "What was tbo other?"  "The lawyer," said Nelson.  And what he said was true, for tho  organization to which Nelson belong,  od and which excluded both lawyers  and liquor sellers was the KnighU of  Labor,  m������ue<ff  Z.im-i'uk swills saving to yu 1 Suppose husband, wife or some member of  the family snRUins. & cut or a b&d  scratch, which testers or turns to blood-  poisoning. Result���������off work I What  does tint mean at pa / day T Zam - Buk  prevent* wounds, cuts or injuries  "turning the wrung way." Apj.ly it  immediately, and it kiiUtlle puiaoa  and marls hailing,  There is another    aspect.  If you have in  the family, eo-  z ma, ringworm,  ulceration,    or  any skin disease,  try   Zam-Buk  first���������don't pp-iid  inonoy on experimenting I YoU    ^r. .,-   will li veto ^{d$. '-"��������� '//i't  get z������i������.r,   /tV    //)  Buk event-     ' v   '  ually.      l������o  it nowj'and    sin e coat of I -' ^.. 0.. v / a  the other things,  Hoar those persons:���������  Air. A. M. Broolt������, Wellington Street.  Steelton, 0'it., Says:���������'������ if only I had  got Zam-Buk at first, it would have  saved me scores of dollars; rs well as  hours of agony." Mr. Hr.mks haa been  cured of eczema. Hesays:���������" My heck,  cheat ami body were cuvered with the  terrihle disease. The itching, burning  and smarting I suffered, none who has  not gone through it ca i till I Doctors'  lotions, salves and prescriptions didn't  do me a bit of good; and from one  thing to nnotlior I pissed, only to find  them usolesi. With Zi.m-ISui,' it was  different, and without going through a  long Btory, I can say that a few weeks'  treatment with tills grest healing- Win healed  tin Borei. ail rid ni" lot good ol the terrihle  ei-iema, whi-h had held me in its grip tor over  tea months I"  " I! I had npplied JCam-Bulc in the first place,  initud ol trylnit-the o.h r preparations, i  ������ .ould have saved mi-self a lotof money." Bo  '8r.y������-Mfs.-Br-Bn-Bedw���������ll,-el-S27���������Eroverwber.  Avp., St. Bonlla"*, Winnipeff. Mm. Bodwoll  had a cut flncer, which became pomoned, Sha  ���������ays:���������" It became swollen and discolored, aud  my whole arm aohed and throhhed Tiolently. I  called in a doctor and he lanced it. You may  Imagine how I aiilTo cd.anddt'spite th������ doctor's  treatment the finger a?ain iestenil, and got ao  bad thut the doctor advised me to eo into the  hospital. I feared, If I did,,they would cut It  olT, so refused. On j day we were advised to try  Zam-Buk, We left n(T everything else and gave  this balm atri I. Well, it only took about four  dayi to draw out the soreness 1 Then, bit hy  hit., It beiran to heal, snd in lens than thr.e  u-eeki.from,flrst applying the /.am Buk the  fliifor "-as I'Mlci and perfectly healthy. If only  I hadgotZain-Ilukatarstl" ,  All skin Injii'lei and dresses are cured by  Zam-Buk, Eczema, eruptions, pimple', ulcers,  i lies, inflamed patches, cits, bur "B, scalp sores,  chaps, etc., cannot resl*t It* healing virtue,  60o. h������x, all dnurelrts and stores, or post free  {mm Kam.Buk Oo., Toronto, tar price. Refute  all Imitations. ���������  "I uliould think that muni bo an lm-*  l>n������M|li|||ty-tit como niicniiKflniiRty to  a knowledge of a foreign tongue," alio  atiMwotvd acrloimly, *vldf������nfly tin mod  at leant to Ihe hinjriiuge of utimmuj.  "Not more ao thnn what you would  have uie liellevo���������that with no aohool*  (������.. ..������/��������������������� iv....' fwnlflh rmnr nt.it ������*lfh  keeper who had wild the whlaicoy'iia  eaaily aa Mie hud bnikon thut of Uio  bottle,  London's Utetl "Prlnein."  MIhh iHahcl Jay, who ia Ui take the  lemling pert hi "The Hnlknn J'rin*  ������*������,'��������� at ibe I'rinw of Walea' Tlte������.  tre, I/iridon, mwU* her tlrat appear-  nneo un the ataii. tn the aiimmer of  t.-V������    111   ���������������������������������  Mora Thin Ha Wantid.  At Dundee,   twenty   nilloa oaat of  Winnipeg, on the farm of fluy Scott,  there In a llowinif well which ban eauN<  ed eoimidorable anxiety to thu owner  and municipality of Hprlngflald.  Mr.  Scott wanted au artetdan woll and be  bored down to the rock, a distance ol  230 feet.  Tlie wnter upoutod up very I  powerfully and at thn top of a pipe .  thirty foet abova tho gTound tho flow !  in iunt m atrong na at tho nurfaeo l  of tho ground,  The well waa dug it year ago and  nlneo than tbo water hau boon guahing j  Graham the Jester.  The chief "jollier" in the House of  Commons is Hon, George Perry Gru-  hain, the Minister of UailwnyH and  Cliniils. His good humor is irresistible, and ho t'ticupca from many a  tight oorner by retmon thereof. The  Graham smile is different from th *  sunny one which mado Sir Wilfri I  famous, ft in a broad, big-hearie I  grin. An inatnnoe of the Minister',*  "jollying" luetics, successfully employed, wr.R given recently during an  KiiiiniiU'd talk ovor th*) quoBtion of  granting water power* to private i:..-  dividuals, This i������ ono of tJioac bir*-  bi'ftm of Parliament, and frequently  rr.iaoa its head. The OppoRition  argued long and luatily against neglecting what thoy thought were tli *  people's interests, .although Mr. Gr;*-  imm noitited out that theae wore ad -  quately wifeguardtid by the Railway  Comiiiissioti, Two houra wore consumed. Provincial right* woro dray-  god in, and eventually the talk con-  corning water powers died of exhnex-  tion, Tho next bill on Uie ord t  liajwr wiift thut standing to the nam.1  of Mr. Alexander Haggart, of Winni-  C'g, to incorporate Uie Congregation; 1  niou of Caiiaila.  "Any water powera aaked for in  tbiaP" enquin������d an Oppoaition nieni*  ber faoetiously.  "Oh, no," laughod Mr. Graham,  "This is not a Haptlst aggregation."  Whereat the Home imiloti hugely.  Blackmail.  Rlaokmall waa originally In England  a conipubMifj paymam tor tbi������ pnww  Hon of eaitla In the border iiiuntloa,  but wai prohibited tn mil by Kltxa*  bath.    CHinnt Beheeli.  Nit orayoim or blackboard* aro ntnd  In Chinese aohitola. Tbt* pupil* Ion in  to writo from ooplaa wt by Moir lea.H-  i������m nml winch iboy at Brai irm*o with  n hrtiNb and India ink through thin  paiH-r inaile of Munboo tttwr.  no eiivlroninoiit or aaaoeliitlon exeopt I *?",,4" <���������'''',',."..I'l   ,t^*f���������t* *������������������t������ I ��������������������������������� ������m "������ ���������*������������������<* etemeumt U,������...i  that of Dim faruior-a fiii.i.ly you itmulU , 2 JJi mo " iho a.,v������   "Zot I ���������������-   1*1'' "J',r"1 "! 1,1(  hW,H'r ,,f ** fnm  -w������dl. io go no further. Ih* a,���������.piaiutoU I������SSf to w on 1??"^  Jurt m^     'N*   wl"<njl''������,'������'   Co������"(,il   B������Vfl   A  ������ltb im. mt tbo  KoglW. lm,g,������ag������l r*',"L no"hiV^^ Mr> ,8c?W,,t������  ��������� ��������� ��������� .,...*.       .     .. -i Jt.      ���������".    *  !_   "'"��������� i ....i.ir.il tl,., mul ft sml iv.iicr^l*. to the  which would ho aa foreign to tlio roit  of this innmohold aa Italian or Hpanlah.  v   ..      .I....,    ....ir   tin   ,'fin   'i/'i-iitint   fnr  ifi"  The iltllo pneker In hor brow Indl- ���������  ��������� ateil to hlm how bla ln<iut������itlveti������*R  iioiihlod hor. HIio turned ro hlm with  hiinIour appeal In her eye*. "U it  ii.ioaMry to account for It-boforo you  -"tit ndrlio met"  Ve*. It In." he aliililtornly |rf������r������Kicd,  "The more I know about you the bet.  t.-r I can lielji vou "  do Im* t'oiillnm-d.)  The Muman Vedy.  Thi*  prlintiml  tinni'iil*  "I   'he  ho-  nmi. iMNly art. nitrogen, hydroueii, oiv.  bwi. ������������������artmn. wiltr. Iron. mmm. oarbo*  tliickiit't.'s" ol "ton   foot   wan put all | h*.drnto.������. ehlorld* of imiaalt, magino  ���������������.'... sulnhiir and hrdrocblorlo aelrt.  (fit   umt  nnininv >*miifi  pv������t   irwiucsi    *���������  ,* . r ,    ,    .. _  me   u, go on. Sr. Walter IwU I f"*"'1 XU,! ?* *!, "������?"%*, n5 111  look me bv the ahouliloni   nn,l wiih n    tllickllt'to.   of    tell    fCOt    Wafl   pllt   all  fcMT*7HM^ mi-. Th������J������r however,  II...  Mite.     I, llecx   oi    H.n.ti.r.iy . ;  *   . ',      ,     .'/ "   "j"*   ,,,P   *n,'r   -  lacing the footlights mid the midlenw' a������utw' oul, " Br<",r,d thf rtJ"���������,r,,'<,��������� i  ww like an ehotrie ������hock. and new- *.*���������}* ���������"������,*Ir ,������il"ow runn,n������ **"> ,or  ,h\ p. briice tut  n.'rven.    I whi Ui\d ! >���������������������*" "n1,,,'r lh* M!ow.' ���������       .....  afterward* thai t did mil tnisa a noto I    * ���������'?.'" '*l,n**0,t ,to,.b*li***.%\1*% *"  ut my par,, th.-ngb to thi.- day I can.   <>-P.* . will take bold and help con-  ���������l *   * * ������������������ trol tho situation by piping the water  tu llttzolridg? for tank purpo/wi.  not  iy imr.  Wi\ w  tint I did that night."  "When   I    t-fr������w    tip    nnd    iiiarrv,  m.iihiT.   will  I   ba**-* t* lm������l*w������d  lik--  ; --.f'-" i>*ki������i Mury.  ��������� I 1m������k so. dear." *'<id m*.������tr r  ' \rttl tt I don i mmiy, *,ll I U- ,,k ���������  ^*t*t* finer"  " I   lir.lH'   Ml."  |ir������<-������oii!t." snid M ry  as *'-'��������� turn.  . i . .wry. "what a fix I "in m  f\ >������������r't fitormt,  Tbo average* tuitntter of pnloR cteetti  f.v4 iu .. '.  ..i  i: i:i mt .it 'i ��������� :'.*.  An Ulttr WralehT  "Our riif������P'*tneiif is l.r'.kon." ad*  niit'.*'l lb.* girl, "but I still have a  t������*nd������*r b-flinp l������r bim."  ���������*Vo������ miprln m* mtdl en* h nnt." nd*  vi** .1 b. r Iricnil.   "Il������-*s poing around  t.mpfma ������il������'������������t i������i������ Wi������i������y vmetii.**."  IXIDDS  KIDNEY  Power Mewl F������r A/birta.  A (��������� ������ \������i- I*��������� ugit rin ..olir.. tniln of  gn-MiJiiie j������"ti i ;i'.nw������ imiv.-d in Al-  l*'rt������ and d"*pateh������*# l������t������>r advise  Ui*1 ������ ttirge ������f< am j.low nuntifaHar-  ing ciimpany in Indiana had ship|io������l  t'Htty -i.-i.iii plowing out tits t.������ tb������t  di������tri������< I'..*'-)' mtotine in capable of  phming -1.1**1 acton during th.i ������������������*oii.  PILLS  *i V\>  KlONi^. i   t/  . I *>'. s   t  '' ^ IJ I, T I  f L������������f*r������ Cannot VeVt.  trw.n ,^n word, ate very .mem* em '   ,A" ''T"T ^ ,"'������*" ^���������T1^ ,r*"'  y   mrw. sv   (iMJ(v, ^ttT_,. m,A.lera and boggart.  A Bitter Do������������  n wor.jp ate vei.  Ill tni*- ta lore^.1 to ������*t tt.fm Vf  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  A Bad Condition  of Liver and Stomach  Chronic indigestion and bowel trouble  which is overcome quickly by Dr.  CHASE'S KIDNEY AND  LIVER PILLS  To the person with liver,and stom-  sach trouliles everything looks blue and  life is scarcely worth living. '  How different he feels even after the  first dose of Dr. Chase's Kidney and  Liver Pills. There is no treatment, obtainable which so quickly and thoroughly awakens a sluggi������b liver and  sets the bowels in healthful and regular action.  There is no question that this condition is the real cause pf trouble and  that any medicine which falls short |  of regulating these organs can at most!  only afford temporary relief. I  What tired, languid feelings after j  meals, when the process of digestion!  ���������is going on. What annoyance from!  belching wind, pressure of gas on the;  heart and consequent smothering sen-1  sations. What a miserable depressing  feeling comes over mind and body.  And yet how easy it is to change all  this* by use of this medicine of well-  known and decidedly remarkable  value.  You are not niaking nny experiment  when you use Dr. Chase's Kidney and  Liver Pills for liver, stomach and bowel disorders. You can be sure before  you use them that the results will be  satisfactory. You will not wonder  then why some ncople are so enthusiastic when they talk about Dr. Chase's  Medicines,  Mrs. James Lawrence, West L'Ar-  loise, C. B., writes: "I have great  confidence in Dr, Chase's medicines,  and believe that Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver Pills saved my life. I was a  great sufferer from chronic dyspepsia  and entirely unable to do anything.  Two boxes of Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills cured me and I have recommended ihem to many people.  "My husband was cured of liver  complaint by using these pills and we  would not think of being without them  in the house."  Dr. Chase's Kidney and Liver Pills.  One pill dose, 25 cents a box, all dealers, or Edmanson������ Bates & Co., Toronto. Write for free copy of Dr.  Chase's Recipes.  TALES FROM THE WONDERFUL WEST  A Dea,r Little Girl  At The Rink  Sat Down Just as Quick  As a Wink:  Said She "I Don't See  Why They Giggle at Me,  It is Very Polite���������  I Don't Think!  I'll Just Sling The Old Skates  Out of Sight  And Stay Home With My Mother  At Night;  I Will Learn Light House Keeping  =^���������=���������~1;~with=���������������������������L   I  Royal Crown Soap;  And May Soon Have a Home of My Own  Don't You Hope:  That Will Beat Roller Skating  All Right."  (Design Protected by Copyright.) ,  J  121 PRINCESS  STR E E T  WINNIPEG  BOOST   YOUR   TOWN   BY   ORGANIZING   A  BRASS BAND  Information on this aubjoct with printed Instructions for  amateur band* and a printed form of Constitution a.nd By.  JjOWs for band*, togethor with our big catalogue, will bo wailed  FREB on request,    Address T)e|.t. "D,'1  K WILLIAMS S,XC0"1 i"-*W?  TORONTO  Real Poetry  For review, the teacher nsked each  ���������of her class of small boys, who had  been having oral lessotiH on famous  poems, to write a stanza of one from  memory. This is what little Willie  ,loneR wrote;  "Lim gramen nllry mandus  Wookun maker Liza hlinn,  Andy, party leave 11. handus  Footbrm Johnnie Sandsa time."  An eastern Tennesson girl is cred-  ited witb tlio following reply to a  <|UO������tion aa to whether she had been  fo tbo fair; "I didn't want, I didn't  want to went, and, if I had wanted to  went, I couldn't have gotten to  -gwino,"  iMInard'i Liniment tor sale everywhere  Mistress (to maid)���������"I undwHtand  fhat you hail company .vent onlay afternoon Mnrv,   Who wns HP"  Mary���������"Only my Aunt Nellie,  mum,''  Mislreaa���������-"Well, wben you see  her again, Mary, kindly tell her that  who left her tobacco pouch 11111!  iriqtohoa on the piano,"  Some Pomona are more auneoptible  to colds than olhera, contracting de.  rangeiiieiita of (lie pulmonary omnia  from the slighted eiuinen, Thece  ahouid always hnve at. band a bottle  of Hlekle's Anti-Consumptive Ryrup,  tho present day aovcr'dim remedy for  cougha, catarrh ami inflammation of  tho ImiuH, It will effect a cure no  matter how severe the cold may be,  You caet'ot afford to be without a  remady like lMekle'a, for it ia thn beat,  ���������"Mummy, do foxes have newspapers P"  "No, dear; why?"  ���������"TVi low do tltov know where the  ���������bound* meetP"���������Tbe Tattler,  Truth "Sastler" Than Fiction  Most Southerners aro gallant, An  exception is tlio Georgian who gave  his son this advice':  "My hoy, never run after a woman  or a street car-there will be another  ono along in a minute or two!"  A Prime Dreiiing for Woundi.~In  sornu factories and workshops carbolic  acid  is  kept for uso  in cauterizing  wounds und cuts sustained   by   the  workmen,  Fur better to koep on bund  11 bottle of Or, Thomas' Kclectric Oil.  It is juHt as quick In action and does  j not soar the skin or burn tho flesh,  i There is no other Oil that   has   its  ; curative qualities,  I Butter puddings of any kind, eapeci-1  ally when made with fruit, anymore!  tasty steamed than linked.  CURED IN ONE MONTH  If every woman, who has Kidney or  Mladdnr trotibK could go to Davis-  vflle, Ont., .md talk to Mrs. A. Simp-  son, they would do just aa she did,  take Gin Pillii und cure theinnelvo������,  "For 14 nr lli year* I hud Kidney or!  Bladder trouble, auffering at liuies in-  ti'iiHH pain.  I doctored continually but  nothing mive nu' permanent relief un-i  til I was persuaded to try din Pills. I  "Within a couple of iliiva I received  great ri'JInf ami after taking one box  was completely cured."  MKH. A. SIMI'HO.V,  Write National Drug k I'hemleiil  Co. (Dnpl. N.U.I, Toronto, tor fret,  suinnl.' WI cents a Ik.x -<1 hos-.'s for  $2.MI at all dealers. |  Doctor���������"! ilim't think it in ,iny-|  thing very serious, but you will have,  tu stay in b'*d id least two week*."    j  Piitient-~"IVn*ti.r, do ynu know that  this is a pound a dny hotel?"  Doctor���������"Vei" i I am a friend of thn  proprietor,  KING AND PARLIAMENT.  What His Majesty Has to Do After  an Election.  i    The flrst thing a reigning sovereign  I does in Great Britain, after the   de-  i claration of tlie result of a general  i "lection is to select his Premier.   Tha  j choice rests witli him entirely, and.  I if he is so minded, he may chooee  1 some insignificant member from Slo*  ! cum on-the-Sea.    But, of   course,   he I  1 does no such   thing.   He invariably |  i sends for thc natural   leader of   tho*  ! party having a majority in the Com-1  j moii6, and asks him to accept the re-i  j sponsibility of  Premiership. ,  I    If this   acceptance  is forthcoming.  His Majesty requests his   visitor  to  form   a Ministry.    This takes,   as a'  rule, but a few days to accomplish. 1  As Mr. Bagehot uaed to say, there ara  always some men in the party who'  cannot ba   left out   and some   who  cannot be included.   When the Prime  Minister has constructed his Cabuiet'  the result is officially announced in  the    "London    Gasette,'.'    and    tho  names printed of the members   who  have been appointed to preside over  the   various   great   departments - of  state. '  When 3 party goes out of power.  His Majesty the King is personally  and very materially affected. Ho  finds, in the event of a change in  popular opinion, the people he has  for years been accustomed to have  about him summarily dismissed, and  new officers, of the political convictions of the predominant party, installed in their places. Not only may  changes take place in such important posts as those of the King's Private Secretary, Treasurer of the  Household, etc., but even among  much leaser lights.  Thia may appear hard, but there is  "method in the madness." Nobody  can help being influenced by* his or  her surroundings. Queen Anne, for  instance, was completely under the  sway of Sarah Jennings, Duehass of  Marlborough, and Mistress of the  Robss. This lady decided everything  for her mistress, from questions of  state to the cut of a gown or the  color of a ribbon; and it grew to be a  common saying that "Queen Anne  reigjis, but Queen Sarah governs."  When a-new party comes into power the vf.cation of office on the part  of old Ministers forms always quite  a touching scene. It is customary for  those who are retiring to meet their  suco?ssors personally, and to explain  ia^ytfflfiuthg^genetaLcondition of nU_  fairs. Official books, documents, insignia of office���������all are surrendered  by those vacating office, the hand of  the sovereign is kissed by tbe newly  appointed Ministers, and thus the  transformation is effected.  , When the first day' of the meeting  of a new Parliament follows hard  upon a general election, it frequently  happens that the front Government  benches present a very empty appearance. This is due to an old statute  ;which enacts that when a meonber of  the House of Commons accepts, an  office of profit under the crown he  thereby vacates his -seat in Parliament; so that it becomes necessary  for Ministers to seek re-elee'ion in  their own enstituenciea before they  can take their plr-css in the House,  This custom ht������ a sound, rational  basis; for when a member of n constituency bacomes a Cabinet Minis-  tor, it is naturally impossible for him  to devote e.s much time to th������  especial iveds of the elect-rat' he represents us ho would in the ordinary  way. Hence, it is only ft'ir that the  constituency should b*> giv**n en opportunity of reconsidering its decision; although tho re-election is  generally a mere matter of form.  The King, also, is a regular ab-  KonUit* on, tne first day of a new Parliament���������which is generally summoned ti meet on a Tuesday or Thursday,  these being th** most convenient days  lor tho arrival of memb.������ra.  nv,  Mamma Was  Hasty  Borson���������"You look all broken  old man.   What's the matter?"  Oaik.���������"I called on Miss Prayus last  night, and no sooner had I entered the j  parlor thftn her mother appeared and  demanded to know my intentions."    j  "That must have been rather embarrassing." j  "Yes; but that wrs not the worst.;  Just, as the old lady finished speaking.  Miss Pruyus shouted down the stairs:  'Mamma, mamma, he isn't the one!' "  Bachelor���������"Before the weddina yon  told me that married life would be one  grand, sweet song."  Benedict   (gloomily)  since  then  I   have  found  grand, sweet retrain'."*  Bachelor���������"Refrain?"  Benedict���������"Yes. My wife insists  that I refrain from cards, refrain front  smoking, and refrain from the club."  It's easy to get what you don't  want in this world���������coughs, colds,  6ore throat, asthma, for instance,  It's easier still to get the remedy  you don't want -unless you remember to say"Shiloh'sCure"  ���������then you're safe, then  vou have the genuine.  Yes;   and! For40yearsShiloh'sCurc  it is ono    has been the most successful throat, bronchial  and lung remedy in the  Ashley���������A painter who was working in my house yesterday fell from  the top of a twelve-foot ladder,, landed on his he������ls nnd bumped his head  against the ceiling.  Weigle���������How was that possible?"  Ashley���������He was wearing rubber  heels.  YOD CAN'T  AFFORD TO  TAKE A SUB.  STITUTE FOR  SHILOH'S CURE  market. Scores of imitations hava  ariseii, are arising, will arise���������  trading on our reputation. Shiloh'3  Cure outvalues its imitators  ���������as the genuine always does  thesham���������but the delay,  the risk, the harm of a  substitute may bo  obviated now and  always, if you'll just  remember the name,  and see that you get������������������  ��������� 25c.  FAMILY  FRIEND  FOR.  FORTY  NEW STRENGTH  IN THE SPRING  Nature Needs Aid in Making  New Health-Giving  Blood  In the spring the system needs toning up. In the spring to be healthy  and strong you must have new blood,  just as the trees,must have new sap.  Nature demands it and without this  new blood you will feel weak and languid. You may have twinges of rheumatism or the sharp stabbing pains  of neuralgia. Often there are disfiguring pimples or eruptions on the skin.  In other cases there is merely a feeling of tiredness and a variable appetite. Any of these are signs that the  blood is out of order���������that the indoor  Mfe of winter has told upon you. What  is needed to put you right is a tonic,  and in all the world there is no tonic  can equal Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  These Pills actually make new, rich,,  red blood���������your greatest need in  soring. This new blood drives out disease, clears the skin and makes weak,  ensilyjiredmen and women and child-  'ren~bTi'ghtr^reti'vr~mTd���������^tro^^rr~-"Mllr  A. M. Dugay, Lower Cove, N.S., says:  "I believe I owe my life to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. My blood seemed  to have turned to water. I was pale as  a sheet; I suffered from headaches,  end floating specs seemed to be constantly before my eyes. As the trouble  progressed ��������� my limbs began to swell,  and it. was feared that, dropsy had set  in and that my case was boneless. Up  to this time two doctors had attended  Day and His Three Children l Out the Back Window  A man by the name of Day married j Beyond yon rift of Arctic ice,  a woman by the name of Knight, and j.   That chokes the seething lake,  has  three   children.    The   oldest   he i There lies the modern Paradise���������  called Dawn, because it was the first  of Day; the second, Moon, because it  was a reflection of Day at, Knight; the  third, Twilight, because it was the last  of Day.  The Land of Cheaper steak.  ������������������Buffalo'News.  I consider MINARD'S LINIMENT  the BEST Liniment in use.  I got my foot badly jammed lately.  I bathed it well with MINARD'S  LINIMENT, and it was as well, as  ever next day.  Yours very truly,  t. g. Mcmullen.  First Lady���������"How very happy the  bridegroom looks! Really, it is pleasant to. see a young man lookinK so  joyful." ,  Second Lady���������"Hush! That's not  the bridegroom. That's a gentlemar*  the bride jilted six months ago."  piscrs  is the word to remember  when you need a remedy  ^0UCH5*C0LDS  Minard's Liniment   Cures    Dandruff.  Fingermarks and stains on porcelain, wood and windowpanes can be  easily be removed with coal oil and  i\ soft rag. ,-.  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  ; t+eeeeaaaaaeeeeeeeeeeeeeet >  j; VETERAN SCRIP ii  FARM LOANS  We will accept a first mort- ]  gaue on improved farm land and <  _aell_yAu_������eter-an_Scrin._in_tKi8 <  way at regular cash price.]  Write to-day for loan application ,  YOUR OPPORTUNITY IS NOW .J  Canada Loan & Realty Co., Ud,   ;  Winnipeg. <  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������i  With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as ther cannot react  tbt Mat ot the disease.   Catarrh Is a blood or constl-  ,    ,      ���������..,,,      ,.       , , ������������������ -   tutlonal disease, and In ordef, to cure tt you must uke  me, but notwith Standi mr I kept grow- ' Internal remedies.   Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken tiling worse,     It was at this juncture I ; *f������9*1ly. and <ict������^Ilr������>c������v upon the blood and.mucoua  began using Dr, Williams' Pink Pills  and after taking a few boxes I wns  PMteh im "roved... I kont on using the  Pills until'T had taken eiaht" boxes,  when my health was completely re-  stored."  f?Md bv all medicine dealers or hy  m"il nt 60 cents a box or six boxes for  $2.50 from the Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Out,  Before pouring hot fruit into a glass  :������r; nit it on a wet cloth; this will  keep tho glass from cracking.  Wife-  clothes  everything,"  Hush*'TKl~"Vofl> darling  them nil itself."  A Irou, ynu know,"gets new  ev<M*y   spring���������hat,   parasol,  -and makes  Melbourne a Fine City.  Melbourne, tho capital1 of Victoria,  Australia, is a lino city of about WO,.  000 inhabitants. It is younger than  Sydney, being only about seventy  years old; but for handsome -building*  it would bo hard to Iind au equal. It  has been laid out upon broad and spacious lines. Colli mm stro.it runs lot  nbout two miles from Spencer street  station to tbe fine sijuaro wheru ilu  Federal Parliament Buildings and  Government ofllees nre "Hunted. Out.  aide the city nro splendid avenue*,  with Hues ol trooa. thn off net being  particularly fii|o, Tho b������H'e nl tho  aitoM for t'ie seat of tbo Federal Government utill goes on. Sydney, though  coiiaeiitinff to Melbourne as a torn-  porarv arranfurnont, Uhm never ee������Hod  to agftstci for tho establishment of a  now and independent site, and ouo  ia in contemplation midway between  the two cities. A v<ry (inn railway  station and olScog nro Just being finished at Fllndiirs atront. Lower down  ara the dovka, which ara reached by  the Ynrrn Ynrra, h few miles from  HobMoti'a Uay, opening Into liaa������u������'  HtraiU.  A Gold Mint.  Hir Thulium I.I; ton hus a keen ������>v/im  of humor, and tel la a good story nbout  11 Scotsman who went to a hume-racn  for th.< Or*t Hum In his life.  I otii'ht to kiiv Umt tin told it lo ������  '       ' "Wi../.-1,; II!  wan lntiientinn  TEN VOR TEN CENTS  ���������   l'.lll<|-lt.>J    Hi   fU'.-.-i   --'.'  I ..im tiveiii'iT when hi   ���������  .,  I tho long odus neainst his aver winning  1 the America Cup because of thu hard  1 rub's impound.  )     "Well.     said   Sir   Thomaa,   "thii  '11    .-.!,..!,..(      ,.!!  | man. rt'.'l hi* companions who took  him to the rn.*o meeting pretwi'ly per-  aundnd blm to stake a sixpence In  th>* third race on a 40 to 1.  "liy soma amudiig miracle thia out-  aider won.  "When the bookmaker gave old San-  dj ,i nut ?.*;������ *iv������reii(ii and Ms na*.  \*>nee, the winner could not beliuve  hi- "Ven.  " 'Do you itiMn to tell to**,' tie at id,  Mh������t I tee* a\\ thit for my ������������������tienc������r*  " You do.' said the bnokmaW.  "'Ma conncience?' muttered Sandy.  'T.-II n.e, mon, how long bu thia tbin������  twwn trdnt onK "  j Him'kil.tad %n n eerkxu tnm mav U  (MinitttMl with pen*! ���������trvltwte for lift  1 D������ r.iwUtvi.  HEALTHY  CHILDREN  Psyehine  Made Her  A Robust  Child  Tt ta ant necimrr for in tn speak nny wartla  et our own, fur tiie litou given t������,ow art  il'rW*.lWilH'X8&*1'n'������ th" ""* ���������*?"������������������������������������  M **��������� ���������irtVCHINgjI nowor iu tMUire Matin,  Mr. John 8jra������������, uf Vluiorle lUnior-, ������a������������j~  ������������������ When Naliie was atom 4 f.���������r, of a<������,aii������  *"V* ������*������*t������cl ������^������jr -muiuaii th*-,<.n*iook������J IU*  a lilt Id ikalaten, The (lout ur ir������ai ���������.liter for V  er ������ months, hut, tha uhllil wot worsa, and the  ttavtoi* aald lie <<oui<l du n..tiifiiK mure, We  mllatf In another duuUir who tulit us evrr  i!!?.B5.f^.ftlf" &?,"',ft,tf l.hi- mrohiWcHwM  BotMl bat er. 1Y, * .IsolUa.i 10 ;������k������ the lltiia  ihmt toe Montreal demur. w|.������.*|.i her nines  warefliiad witn p.is an. tlieiwl.e would hat*  '������ Mod'rgo ������n i|.������rellott If wa wmilil s������m ber  life. I ha nait ear lit enma down irom  Monirael and oi.smud iinon Imr, bnt ilia  ..partition was ��������� failure, ss i.s waa unable la  RstanypiH ion the inn**,  little Nellie was not ff.ilnif to ������hi Uatiiir. lm" ic  was nrual to lot, her ...imr a.., "ai h,i, iinia VJ  mf!*t!S*?if ,w"*w������i|l ineUlnliie I't Vt IHIN K1  f<Mli#   'If   *****     1, A l-ft'l t nm,,   ������ ,, 1        1t| ,    . . ."J  fM^Mti^9  d!**t ,,���������';,,, ���������t'"'*'.,' taruiiBb  .....       , ,, V" ',l" l'1,1   I'  tf,1 !,)   .11)1   ������ur  Jlttle Wirt,.and ao diw!i(|������.t io yire It a trial.  thI'ii?������li'CiIiV"_*T*'.' l'norn������������)in������ni. t������M,iu������l|j  ���������h.i 1.?im* *11 "* *?" *1 ��������� '", ** "������" *<m*  wa hart mart ������or'llw.tlIrs, sha waaiiiiiir wall  lliai was twoie������r. hko and alia is as well and  roh'f.' 'i',,������������������������"������������������������ ������"< 'rhilrlrenart*.  Wahava a *rrr*< deal 1.1 In- m.t kfnl fnr,  kit. 1 _"iii' ������WU" *������������������" " ��������������� "���������*'������  tol'-'ilffi'*1 h*Hi-M *������������������****������t l-Vi'HIVi.;  }:! .tt,kJ,.������������������ ������!*���������*** l* en������w������r entjulrlea ai  aaj vieie*  Por Rate by all Druggists and Dtaltti,  Sdc ani 11.00 per bottle.  X������H. T. A. SLOCUM, Limbed, Toronto.  ���������urfaoes. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine. It wu prescribed by one ot the beat physicians  h thla country for years and Is a rettular prescription.  It Is composed of the ben tonics known, combined  wltb tbe brat blood purifiers, actlnc directly on the  mucous surfaces, The perfect combination of tha  two ingredients Is what produce* such wonderful rendu In curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free.  F, J. CHENEY A CO.. Prope., Toledo, 0>  Sold by nrutnUti, price 7l>o.  Take Hall's Family Fills lor constipation.  "I don't quite see the point of that  remark of yours," said tho grocer as  he tied up thn package of sugar,  "What remark was that?" asked the  customer,  "You just remarked that some men  had nn off-hand way of doing things,  and you wished J was one,"  "Yes;; I wished to remind you that  your hand was on the sugar when you  weighed it."  Minard's Liniment Curei Burm, Etc.  A doctor who wns spending a rare  and somewhat dull nitrlit at his own  fireside received the following iiiessag.  from three follow practitioners:  'Please stim over to the club mid join  us at a rubb������r bf bridge." Unno,  dear," lie said to his wife, "I am  called away again, It appi-ars to be  a dillU'iilt case���������there nre three other  doctors on the spot already."  PIIU That  Have  Benefited Thoui.  andi.���������Knoivii f������r nnd nenr nn a Mire  [remedy in tlie treatment of indigestion  r'!ind, all denuigeineiith of the Mianach,  liver and kidneys, Parnielee's Vegetable Pills have brouuht relief to thou-  sands when other specilies have (idled,  liiiiuiiiitrabln testimonials can be pro-  duiicd to establish the truth ol this assertion. Oner, tried they will be found  superior to all other pills in thc treatment of the ailments for which they  are prescribed.  Last week 11 fanner went inlo a drnp-  '���������r's shop in the town of M-  to t.ui-  hi'tn 11  ready-made unit  of clotlies.  Tlie   HHHlhtlUlt    showed    hi.ii    several  -nit*, hut he was lludiiiK il diflicult to  'feet  a hmIi*.    The  proprietor at  the  ���������her end of the counter, seeing  his  ��������� J������i'liinl'������ dilemma, e.nne to hi* aid  "This | is  a  really  rippin'  suit  ol  .'���������'(.ihen," lie nnid.  "it it is," replied the farmer, "vou  ay keen it,    1   want    clothes    that  ������������������on'! rip,"  If nne be trouble.) with corns and  Hurts, he will find in llt.lloway'** f'orn  Your  ClothM  DtftmA  Juel Think of III With Uie SAMK Or*  you can color ANY kind of cloth P*rf*otly-Ne  chance of mistakes. All colors ia cents fro������  your Druggist or Dealer. Sample Card and  Booket Pr*������. The Jehneon-Rlohertfeea  Co., limited.   Depl. O,, Montreal, Qua.  ORBINE  *}*mo*������, Bureal KnlergemenfIf  Tblokenod, . ttwollen    Tlssaes.,  Curbs, Filled Tundoaa, Soraueie ^*  from   any   Brulaa   or   Btraln,  Guro������8������avln Lamenes*, Allay*  Pain   Doe* uot llllstar, rsmnv*  tb* hsir or lay tbeli^ro. u  bonis, dsJlTsrsd,  ..���������������.(* a  I D tree,  Book  , A'INOflllINK, Jit,, (minkln.lll.ee  bntll*,) Kor 8yiin*l|ls, gimln,, Uo.ilf  or Klieiimati* Dapnslts, Vsrl������..������s Vmni, Vslloo-  *sle, llydrocel*.   Allaysitaln.   Hck fru.,  w.' mm, tax,, ur Umm* ������t��������� tinnum, n***.  litis* U*��������� ���������..al'tal, Cssi4ls. ls������������U.  lit* Isralihel ty Minis loll I tlm* Co., WMiti:  TksNiUssilDrill Cliimltil tl., Wmnipu md Cll|lf/;  ������*t Mufsms lr*i. Ci. iti., Vmc������������������ir.  Brass Band  Thi* U tha  Tim* to  Organise  lottrttmantt, Drums, Band Muile, Ele.  EVERY TOWN CAN HAVE A BAND  l/itvtMtnrl.������Biev������r i|iintnil.   Klnenainloiruo,  ovur ftuo llliiatrntlon-, inniled fr.o.   Wrlion*  '"<��������� anythln������ In Mas c nr Mealcal Inalrumcn'*.  WHALEY.  ROYCE 6 CO.. Limited  lorgnio, Uni,, ami Wlii.ili.oK, Man,  SPECIAL NOTICE  TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND AGENTS  Agents Wanted by B. 8HRAQQE,  309 Princeit St., Winnipeg, to pur-  chute for him icrap copper and bran,  cait and wrought Iron, old rubber  boott and tho������������ and crown lager  quart, pint and whltkey bottlei  Stop  That  limp  it...������ ..in,,,,.(..,.i..  relieve   HllfferitlU'.  (NtOMQUNttD 31-KttN)  STRENGTHENS WEAK  LUNGS  The Element!  'If th" *.>>.',���������>>(i- ..ii.. i'leme������it(.rv v.il.. '  ���������iiiiieea of earihlv ii.i.tter   I'lniiiieriitei  '.y chemists, i|..riv-two   are    kinnvn,  "������������������rlliitllv  I.i  i-M-t   III   the   hllli'n   utile.--  l|..|e,   ti'ti   i.i    lulu   it,.ui-   i ,im    ).i,.i.  ��������� -lily be trne-l Ueie, and there nre  ..'ily six oi i iiiii a> to which, in the  * leS.'llt   stilt.'   >.(   mil    knowledge,   titer '  ir* negative ..vid.-ii.'.' Hint 'hey nr * tiot  | lean|H    ihe.e       The   .'le|||e|it*    who*.*  1'inHetH'e i:* proved .niiipriHi* many   of  those which nr. the ino^t coinmoii in  the <*ij|iip..-.i...i. '���������: *'..���������   ��������� n\\\, .in.l tl,-  fact ia pretty firmly "Mnbliahed that  tnii'f.r f- 'I ���������������������������!���������<,��������� tltruwAuitit /,))  apai'e, frmii il.- tn'.t."t- ������l ������l*'ir. t*> t1'.-  moat dintni.t ������tnr    lliitngo Examiner.  .lamb* wn* fM'ft'ii.i! I.ih fnt'.er for ������  i������'Con������l htlpintr . t pudding. "Wlun I  wn������ a l*>v." *mi I bin pnri'iil, "my  father nllowtd im* t<> have only on**  l������l|>ii������������."  ���������leinb*��������� *rr*������'������ you K**d >t������u l.ve with  u* now, dtu\il)A  Into s ������..i.i..l, li'shhy h>..*������. wtlllag  IliiB't l-l a :'t.������v!������, Cut., S|.ll.it,  Spisui, ttingtmii' ... anj- other Mnie-  ������'��������������� krf;, .</.-,, li,..** ... th������ ������la*>t������.  Cure || wllh  Kendall's  Spavin Cure  II t-ntr, wi.hn.il leaving a star,  tilrmUl.... wl.it* hslrs- tenuisllda������s  BOtlll.Slrr.  fori Kails, B.C , Juo������ If lh 1Q0P  "ll������,-# l.*������ii n-,t'it vn,t' I lnlm#������l fnr  yrsn ������������.l f.n.l il all ihel y������H i������pr������s������ni.  lists aot i**������ wuho.il li forinysaia."  ..K.JM..I', I.UKUJM,  It. ��������� hnllls-t fer %i   Rs<-ell#*l far  tumwHol I nt* **td hy lit rt������*l������rs.  Ask lo. t'-t l-m. "* Trtellet Oo Tk*  liars*    or writ* u* t<M copy. It  ae a. i. wwnatt. t*i*ten������ra>,w.  W. N. U , Nt. 7M. TH������ NEWS, CUMBERLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  NEVv  I  FOR SPRING USE  NKW   STOCK   OP   WALUPAPER  NOW COMPLETE.  Lriice   ciiriii.ns from !$& to SOs. a pair.  AlADiiAS Cl/'KI'.l  N    f L-SLIK-5,   TAP&ST1U' ClU'U'AtNS & TAULK  1,'OVEiH, i-'.-aN���������'I* SKAORA.SS   UQCKKKS A. ARM CHAIRS.  A XKW USA. OF UIOS HKJW AT KKUUi.AK Pltlf'KS.  St.le A^ent tft '*';<���������-. nun A' Mattresses and h gi'Mt Mp. iug.   Try them.  A I' .1. lino nt Fiuuituru loii-.-lt'i't from,  I When  in   doubt  Lead   Trumps,  24th May Prize Winners  *%  Tlu* Right l'rico  Kuril it ure .Stoic.  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  A. McKinnou  CUMBERLAND  Form Ko. il.  LAND ACT  Coast Luul i list rit*t.  District of C'nu't.  TAKE notiw (Imr Chas. A.  Timlin, of Lund, B. ''., occupation  merchant, intends to a|'fly for permission to purclmst* ilto following  described land: Comm������'(ieing at h  post planted S. W. f"t*tii*r of T. L.  S4079 thenco Ea*-t -I'I chains,  thenee South 40 cii.-ui.f. tlience  West 4(1 Chains, them.*.* North 40  chains to place of h ���������.:iniiiiijj; con-  tainiuir 100 aeres in >i*.*  n*   less.  c  Chas. A. Timlin,  Fred. Timlin.   Agt'fit.  Dated .March 2nd i!M11.  Form No. 9.  LAND ACT.  FORM OF NOTICE.  Coa.it Land Diutric,  District r.f Sew Westminster.  TAKE NOTICE that Qlof Hoist,  ol  Lnn'l, H.C., occupation rancher, intends  to apply f-.r permission to pur.*haB6 th*  f'i|l������vring de cribod l������ods:-Conutiencing  at a post phtited nt the northea-t.oorner  ..f lend applied for by Ma Thalia, thence  uortli 80 cIkutis, tliei.ee t-ast  SO  chains,  thu'ice soutli SO chai'ia, tliauce weat  80  ehaitw to tbo place of bagitining.  Oh'iK HOLST.  KllWAIlI)  IkP.CLC.N-l),   Age!lt.  P.ued March i!2ntl, 1U1U.  Pcific aDetective Agency  909 Government St.,  VICTORIA,   li. G*  Undertakes all 1-ruU of h'git-  "raTOTe~detec ti ve-workr-mwH-eoi *v  juereial investigation-', handled  for corporations ot individuals,  i.im-au of information, Busi-  lies-, strictly contideu iul.  Y<'R .SALE-���������"William Hutton is  pr*'*ia."i.'(] to supply hi..civ -itidcord-  wiuid. Orders left e.x (ho Star  {,!':-A-y Hi Mo iind Kilptiti'ick's  Stable.*, will receive prompt, attention,  Mn, llni'Jcv W;iii<.*r arrived  homo from Ntmaiiuo hv Saturday's  bout.  Foi-iu Xi>. 9.  LAND ACT,  *""* 0  FllKM OK XoTlCK.  Const Luad Pistr ct.  Dis-r-'nt of N'e.v VVojtn.inster.  T.4KR Nonet tint Ida'lhuliu, of Lund.  B.'!., (iceuputu.n marred woman, i..tends  toa..plyfi.r p.jrinissinu to purchnsti th  foil 'ffitigdiMcrihed landu;���������C'timmoooiny  at a (iosi p'mtnil at tho cast, comer ������.f If  Ii. M., 104, diwicPNonth.H0cli.-ii.iK, th'.K'fi  .easLSj-cliuins.-tlioiice���������o(ii:ch_,8u_chai!isv.  The  Purest  and Best  BEER  on the  Coast.  t-i j    Victoria Day, Mny 24th, was col-  anCl   Wnen     yOU.ebMled  flt Cumberland in   grand  want a Cooling S!yle- .'nmn vvas il 1,rg0 pr������s,am  of sports ivhi-di wer������   held on   the  and    '.   RefreSll-   new grounds down at the Y.    The  Beverage people turned out.   "enroas>o������   to  O^ witness the different  games, most'  'of the spectators taking a lively in  i  ,' tereat in each event that was pull-  jed off Taking it, altogether every  body had u, most enjoyable outing.  The Cumberland Band furnished  some of their choice selections dur-  | tie day under the capable leadership of Bandmaster Murdock. The  celebration was brought to a close  by a dance in the Cumbeiland  Hall, under the nuspieos of Cumber  land Hive, Ladies of the Maccabees  which was well patronized,  The following are those \vho  carried away prizes at the sports  on Victoria Day:  Boys' race, 8 years ond under,  ist. H. Bates; 2nd A.-Boyd; 3rd  G. Brown.  Boys' race, 12 yrs and under  ist G. Hunden; and T. Leaman;  3rd J Roe.  I     Bows' race, 16 yrs and  under,  \--r : * ���������  ;-ist 1>. Hunden; 2nd >S. Mellado.  j ti iris'race, 12 yrs and -under,  j ist Gertie Hudson; 2nd M. Sca-  j vardo.  .     J    Girl's race, iG yrs and under,  and   made  injisr. M.Walker; 2nd M. Hunden,  _^ . . f 3rd G. Hudson.  Cumberland.;:        xoo-ydsopeu, ;isfc N. McFar-  lane;-2nd Mr. Donnelly.  George Kono  CONTRACTOR  AU Kinds of Railroad and Sawmill Work  Lojss*rtg, Clearing Land, Dltchtirig  Drain WoHc etc.  Contracts Taken Anywhere in  ��������� ��������� . Comox District ��������� ��������� ���������  PHONE 21  P. O. BOX 134  9-*x4)9'm*94>94y4>4>999^994>9 999  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������  IA FEW PERSONS-WANTED.!  * To complete syndicate now forming for the purpose of %  * buying 4,000 acres of Ji. C. fruit land, $50.00 cash X  required and large profits assured. Send tor pros- ������  pectus and h\\\ particulars to the                 *' ���������  Kooteriay Fruit Land Syndicate,;  32 S HOMRR STREET,  VANCOUVER, B. O.  9 ���������*-���������  t we^AA'>eeeewee-emw^wAee4^Ae^4>4weee^e*emme'bme^ei  4}  t  t  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY"  SUITS OlflDE TO   OI^DER AMD  IN ANY STYLiE YOU CU1SH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  i  C UM BER LAN D,  B. C.  ^l!IUIHI!IIIIIIUIIIIUIIIIIIII!lill!IIUIIil!ll!IIIIIIIIHItlllllllllllllllli:illlll!IIIIIIIIIIIUI^  SALE    A   thorough bred  Rabbit race, ist K,Clarke; sud |M  |  Capital $5,000,000.  i s  Reserve $5,700,000  tliniioe ������e-t 80 diiii,B t.i th.* place of he  Kinii'iiZ."     IDA THULIN,  Kinv.vnn BijiiuMisu, A^rit.j  D������tpdM^iohi!2t.d..l91U. I  Jorfcy hn]l foi* suit*. Apply   to   I),  Hoy.'  "M. TTTl'irown.     *    .   " "    Tl  Quarter   mile, ist   B. Somer ji  ville; 2nd M L. Brown. I|  -J^JS^rn^^  CUMBERLAND   K   C  Sulj-Braiichos at Courtenay, aue) Union. Boy.  Form No. ft. -  LAND ACT.  Form or NoTit'K,  ('oil t Lu'.'.l Disliicb.  l)W,Mat ..r Naw Wi-rtminetor ; w!oiigins to thn WoltiiiKton Col-  Takb��������� NoiiCB   tlut Mnry  Timlin, of i .       y., , ,. ...  ...  L.u.,1, ll.C,   itcap.ai.iu rnSrricl wonrnn. j "V (!������ .v*. ar ir0,n 01" '^ t,,t! la,l(i  intends tn apply for pi.rnii-Hion  lo pur-! (if tiie fiiiid Couipnny, will hu pros. } ville * 2nd A. Peacock  chmi  tho f.iiUiitK du qmnd  luad*: - ; (1(.ntKl to the lull extent of ti>������ l������w. '  |    Old men's  race, istMr.Don-;| ])RAFJS   ISSUED IN  ANY CUURENOY.   PAYABLE   ALL 1  inelly.; 2nd G. Peacock. || OVKti THE WdllLD. j  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting, *j     ioo yds race, confined,'-ist N. j  ri'iiKiviiio or taking   any   i.locks, j'McFarlane; snd E, Clarke  ! timhei; or wood, ol'iinv de.sen'ptiodn  .    |0 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS and in-  Ladies'  race, ist Af.  Walker; if torest at Current Hu;ee allowed on   liepoaiiB of $1.00 and upwards.  2nd .M. Hunden, 3rd L. lliiudnu.! | H. F.MONTGOMERY, ManageN SJ  One mile nice, ist  B - Somer-! %������iiM::uiiHmiia^  Air. nud Miv. Oeoiw iJiflmrd-  tioii ncrtvud home by .S.iiiirdiiy'a  hunt..  Mr. -J. T. Wall iin-ivi*.! liorntt  irom Montreal 011 Sntni'ilay inst,  wlmrw lie hun  (Jill Uiiivcrsir.y,  liOOII llt!t*l|.lifl|r .Mc-  0..inmt'Uf/i..K ut 11 (.not pliuitwl Jrdf n i 0  <*MSt< t' tho North E.'iHt curiaT of clnim up- j  I plied for 1������>; UliiTliulio, thonc������ .S.uUhSOJ  chiiiimtbenoi Koht 80 cli.iiis tlumen Nonli i  I HO uliui'iv thai co Wiwt bit cl.lli 18 to plucv [  >.f IwRinniiiij, I  AiAKY TUULIN, Appliunnt.    \  KdWiiril ller(;!uiid, A)/oul, |  Dntfcl March W.iUHI0.  Form No. ll.  LAND ACT  h'orm of Noiic*.  C'Jiiiv-ix Lmid   District.  District of C������i*tis  l-rhuid,  TAKK iiotif.'t thnt f!(.]..n   Bull, of  F.   D J-ittlo.  Sii|.eiiiittmdeiit  Wellington Colliery Co,y.   ^ ���������  Marathon race, ist A.Rowan; 1  2nd G. Oliver j  Boys' haseball���������Union Bnyde;  feated Cumberland. i  Football��������� 1 at   Hearts;    and ;  FOUND - OnTluii'sdnv lust, on i Thistles.  Roy's iviii.l, n Kilvt','* open ftmi) waleli'    In tlio inen'K   baseball   Union  Apply hU.Imm ofl'Ico. ; Hay got ist. and Court'Miay 2nd.  -nt-  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMU19 Avenue     CU 3 1 I L A ND, B.C.  L. O. T.'M. DA NCR  IN. MKMORIAM  ������ffl-&so*������a^������3ipa������to������i,ai������)0<i>    ������afi>������������i������o*tt&9SM������tiK������������8(������9  The ladies of the M.i era bees! Wn regret to clironiclo iho dfiuh1 ^  held a social dance in the Cum* \cit uuotliei* Mcll-luKiivn and ri-f>pu<*! j  berland Hall ou the evening of;������'d resident nf inn ilmtrict in ll.oj  May 24th, nt which a lnrge num ', lm on of Mr* -~ht\del Fieiohor, who!  ieJ   ui  dm C. iV U, lluspitiil   on j  MBERLAND TAILOR  Mrs. Bitnm* ilo'tm-s pupils   for Ho|,iut   R,^  R> ()^ (lC(,Up,ltiutl; ber of people attended.   The o������-j"ioJ ^,a 'l'1'^* U. lliinpitul  01  flu* piuuoforto at he. i....<... lu tUo( Mll|ro|   inVomln to npply  foi' por- c���������()" was Jl ",n'u enjoyable one hM Fri,l'vf t'v0;>in"',   ll w'1" onlJ  c!iu,p(c���������u,b,'innd,nr.  r^M���������iiu>^th<^  H0.il.iNl land,:-On Cort.-, Llund,: luhl'e(] o'M������������k'"K_it the success; Jj(> mmm[m] f0 hl, nu,^    m  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  terms will lm elmrged.  ^_..^__������-rt-  FOR SALK---A   li'..   itKnr.i'd  liousi. 011 half lot. J'W I mt lier ],::���������:  tioiilni's npply ut this  odif.i.  D.l*;, Ken. I). I) S. \* ill l.e���������i  Union Hay, M*.y S*iH*t r , SMli,  Ooiirteniiy, Mny 25th, 1. .liim* Ith  C'Uiihvi'iii'td, .IvHHl    |(il    io   J tint*  lkJtu.  LOSP On 'he S. ���������*. Cnvich-  .in. 011 Apiil J3UI, u iiiii- k belt,  v win* 11* d bticUle, v )i silver  clJiiiu b.ii; .'tiiiiciie.l c(.ii';iiniitH  I'tvt' .i.iIihtu re  .vppi.   ��������������� ri.t-j  I!, C- knuwn ti*1 Salt   Ltgooii.  nml  it was.     The music was all that  doscribwl  an fnlluWH:~Co.������. ���������. J^uldhe tlosirwl, und as for  th.*;  ci-u nt.. p������*t pl���������i,t.-ii.,( tho Kuutl.- "������������������������lwlchM and cfloe, they were,  fmctmiov uf DintHet  Ut UVd si,11',1-v 'JeJicions-om- party   be;  tl.oi..'., M.ntlie.vt.'rly    nl.ng   rli,. ,H������ !'e"J'1  t0 rc;,,lJirk������  "t^l l������e  nl.ore liiiHof this soi.therlv cr .*!glii 'cal u0 less Umn seven'"  hnnd hank of snid l.ugooil   t.i   III.*  h0iilb''iitstiji*)y hhoi'ti or liead 'liere  of, (hence tioi'theiistiM'ly  illoti^, (!.������'  *itiil Miutli'iiut'i'lv xhi'i'e of hniil in  Ui'-TO-lJATK DRAMA.  The following is clipped  from  the Niui.'iiiiiii Herald of Mnv ->N:  fluewMPiJ  leuvtts a ivif..  uud   th iw  uhihlron to mourn his lows.  9������*9������-#*#v#*vi������W������+W'9������������ \  jf3y The entire receipt* taken  in Ht the moving picture show  on next Thursday evening, June  and, will be donated for the benefit of Holy Trinity Church,  Turn out and give tlieni ������ cap-  ucily*   house.    The   pionr.imiue  t. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made   0 ^W  IS from S20 to $35    All Work Pi rut Ultvut  I       Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  yarns and keys  Willli  l / ll.KU-l  ei 6c, Bisn.i|i, i num i.,i*  ()\d pt|..n> loi ,si.|.' a   ���������!>*��������� St*xv  *,),.  \ct ;ij  1 r, r  \'.-  :wJ...  *mmr.m ���������j-wamr-n em****,.;  \Am**L*m*,**m.Xil>*tm-        ^meHlw  we have honky  R  >tt.  TSMfJMK  d".ti-jal i..\:<]>.'  (t)\i., ... .*,.:  M.itr ft ������.''ear y!;������*i. ,.  .1 i   w:: 1  :i.."i  m mh.i va-'I  letter  if villi wait' .. di init Hjisu't r.  Astern Ca.i.;!3 tev<:s(iT,:.ftt Company,  lUavh, Vn'icmivup, lU-mr*  tliv noi'thorly or left liuiid l.uul; of!    "The first Act  in connection . tor   that evening will bo   some  ef r;dd L'^'i'.M, tlioliei* i������..rth\e...������f    with   a teaible crime cotniuiuvd filing special   -so don't mm it.  'til) 'd"ii^, ...lid  nm iln rly   or  I*'ft  in N.iniuiu was  when < ins Carl- - ^*V**4'V������'i'4'V*#?#94'#Vi'#*������i  Iiiitid li.mli to a point on tlioiiorih   son   was foti)lv mmdered on the     ,���������.���������,     ,, .    , ,  I     .   .    1 ,'    . 1 1 .      . : 1 .   1'l*    . '   .1        > Willie   Miiyinaii  uri'ived homo  leimierlv shorn ol snid Litj.'.ion   .lue night ol ,S<*ot, j ^'h.     Act 3 wu.s* , '  Inonl. of poiul -f cii,���������i���������c���������.'n-������������������i!, stayed  wlu-n   Jlw. Carlson   *A-M\tmn   ^^.iJWIiiy hm.  I lh"in'e lint. soiitJiflloiM** nn iiuuiriii. slmrtfed with the erinie and  Act  I tirv line t������i tin* point ..f (-".nnui'iu'e ' ^ wns ushered in when Mrs Carl.  meut .'Hid   .'uiiiiiiiiiii"   '.'IO   tiffs KOU   mri'le a conffn-icn chareii'i*-  'Wi.liam Mohiv; with the inur-  il"l*.     When   a  jury   ������e<|uitie<l  Hnl'111-K ntul ,*i   cn-.-fl 1 lu-.-...il tl.,.  verdict of acquittal Act  4   wns  pn* tin the boards and Act -*, was  :. ,'i^'ftl iii   , .iiH'ouvti '.ni':*i;.*-d;ij  morning last, when Mm. C;ii1m������ii  "������������������������������������it   '''   V;.n**o'7V/-r '������'    'll"    l.i i-  ;i:,d    w.ifi u.rt at    the vh.ut'   1.*,  U'.Im. s -Aith a i*i'b, ih.* t'\,, i|j .  v 'H;   nvvay  i<������geiiu*r   tin   t< ������������������ ������������������  What  tt-i rt will profhtff t.ii;..i ,  i, \,y Md'-, hilt i(   pHiUtisvs liiti i  T h Dairyman From the Magnet Cream Separator  J hid .������ I'linftilm. 1 mvn t>i'������p������ity hi ovory VrtiV'two lu t'mmdn.  1 h*vt i-'.iiiii t.i Mia)', I S)UlHfy sty Vnt-r. I Am Sold ns u Untn,  I Am Mini., ii Mti.i.llo'i. Oii'iiln, I l>" IVrffli't IVnrk mul I^st n  I.if.'1 mi.'. A I'iiki I'n'tl tn W. II. Uriovu, SiiriiUn"< |������,nt (Hitn* will  J'.nntf Mo to V..iir U������...r Koi* 11 full Duui.'ii tr.ti'm.    Y..urt  trdy  MAGNET   CREAM    SEPARATOR  Hi.HO Ol  yrw-mimm*.  Helen Hull, Appliealll. i  Ml*. I*-'. Kiinisuy wi... it pasM'ii^ei*  hy Hiiudny's .iii,'j*o!iifr -.iimiuer.  ~ -*���������������������������������������������  Hoxvttr hy.luifii.itii^ diy, Tneo  <mv. ������li lie Tth.  Mif! m>r * 'tirti**, of th * Kle^-rift [  1 ..  1  1 l.< <!    , ...lu ,\ liUiil.  a  ���������in lo N.iin.tiiio on  Smtdny him.M  - - -- *   j',...| Ciivu. ������.f   the   IIif/  Stoi'f,  , 11111....I .������!��������� Si.ndi,,' h.-t,   from hu  .j>i   ni 1   "T-i Hifiwumian  tli iu*n. *.%**��������������� mmiek- L*������* .mm. em nnmA nwujHi������&l  ���������������������������������. ill ��������� rh'VffopJHfll'S    M"!    it     ,1  tiiU������ll!ig li������li������������r'iu',vd   li.il < ik c;  .���������.I Hi'line*.' ..I'jUl t.i,.'  ",!'���������>���������'  i.lc  I. .ij.li.   oil  ''ii   1.)|il|lo.>  )NJ.V iiiitl U"l l\i*.\ \'i'.M.  .*��������������� * *>*wMp#-*t  im>flW������������an*tlU������k������.VI������������������NMV*  E.   DALRYMPLE  ALL KINDS OF FIltST-CUSS  ,   .   HAHHF.K    W<������UK   .   .  Done.    No  JMter Anywlipro.  CIVK  I'S  A   t\\U.  Next Agricultural Hall, Courtenay, B. C.  jS


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