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 tr "! t. ~ ,e*k ^IWlW^ttTi,' W X*  y-*- *,-  'it'  A. Journal Devoted Especially, $p the Interests of Comox District.  The Nkws, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND,��������� B. C,  WEDNESDAY, JUNE, 19,1907.'  The Enterprise, Fourth Year.  r  ������  At  the  BIG STORE  Hardware at Cost.  We are closing out our  Hardware  Department.  All those requiring  hardware should avail  themselves of this unusual opportunity.  Liquor Licences.  , Last Wednesday evening tlie  city licence commissioners met  lo discuss and grant licences to  j the retail and' wholesale lipuor  dealers of the city. After some  considerable discussion the list  was finally completed and all  those making application, as appeared in our list issue, received  their licenses. -. These are the  first licenses granted under the  new city liquor - license by-law,  and for some days there was'  cousiderable discussion, but, as  .it turns out, everyone is again  happy, and tlie**city treasury has;  again been replenished to the extent of $625. , v  ������"  SIMON LEISER& CO.,  ; LIMITED -��������� ,  CUMBERLAND,   B. 0.  . ^^^^^���������*������*������^^������������^.^i*������fi^^������CT am *mtm**mmei m**m ���������mmmmmtem m* ������>wmi*������^������^������ me am mn*  >^������������M������^������i^^M   I  .'V  ������"1*  HOUSE & FLOOR PAINTS  T. E. BATE,  We Fully  Guarantee.  ��������� f  We keep a full line of  ENAMELS,   VARNISH  STAINS and BAPLAC-  which makes old furniture  'like new.      \    *  leoT  WAU. PAPBR  ������������������--.,���������  r . ' './'"-  Curtain poles and window  blinds to be  had atthe  MAGNETCASHSTORE  Dunsmuir Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  .������������������������!������  ?���������������������������������������������������������  '  WHITE WE ARII  WHITE WEfl^II  NCI M������������������v I ,^~������H���������-V*  (*m  As these Goods have just  arrived and are rather late,  we have marked them at  Clearance Prices,  Children's White Cotton Diunwr*,  irom aaa.  99              "       Lawn Pinafores,  from 30o.  LradloJt* Whit* Under������klt*t������* from Tmc.  99       Cor*** Covtra, from aBc.  **       White Night Qowna,       from 7Bem  We shall be ploaMKl to have you inspect theso Goods.  J IcPhee & Sons  On Saturday* last the licence  commissioners gt Comox district  met at the courthouse to consider the liquor licences for the district. All applications were  granted. Among them is a licence tp Mr. Frank Ramsay for  Palmer hotel, Section 12, Nelson district. The hotel has not  yet been built but it is tjie intent  ion to go ahead, with construct-  tmmmi  ion as soon as "tlie-plau's and specifications, arrive, t-ijhe building?  of a hotel-iatid--staftfc������,cjn :;the "iu-J  tended site   lays the foundation^  for another small town  in: the"  district aiid right in the. heart of  the logging'industry, and where  very extensive preparations are  being made  to do  business in  this line ou a very  large   scale.  Ii is altogether probable  before  the summer is over that a number of houses will  be built  for  the employees of the lumber com  pauy, It will make a most beautiful town site and  lias  already  been named Williamson after the  manager of the lumber camp.  Teachers.  Among the list of successful  candidates at the recent session  of the normal school in Vancouver appear names of Miss Catherine McArdle and James Grant  both of whon have obtained certificates to teach for life,  Successful   Dent tot.  Among the successful candidates at the recent dental examination held iu Victoiia appears  the name of Dr. McGregor of  Nanaimo. Although there were  fourteen candidates, including  active practitioners and students  who had graduated from the  different universities of Canada  aud United States, and who  were desirous ot obtaining licences to practice in B.C, only four  were successful The failure of  so many is explained in the de-  aiie of lite bo.uu nol 10 issue licences to any but those throughly versed, not only iu theoretical  but also iu the practical application of the results of their col  lege Work  Messrs Grant and Co are ad-  vcrtisiug rough lumbcj for sate,  City Council.  Council met ou Monday evening, the Mayor. Aids. Bate,  Daniels and McBeod being present. Minutes of previous meeting adopted as read.  The city clerk then read the  following telegram which had  been received by the NEWS that  evening:  "Nanaimo, June 17.���������Dr.  William Saunders, scientific agricultural expert for the Domin-  iong government, will be in the  destrict shortly looking for a site  for the proposed government experimental farm for Vancouver  Island." .-..���������'.  Received to come up for discussion la*er.  Communication from Captain  Dillon, in which he intended to  majce a test case regarding the  collecting of his real estate  license. Received to come up  later,  From the Union of Canadian  Municipalities askiug for membership fee and notifying council  of next meeting on August 13th  in -Port Arthur -and Fort, Wil-  liaJii7~Kec^v^"lo^om^uplaferr  .Accounts���������Electric light, light  and lamps, $37*45; R, McNeil,  $2 50.. Received and referred to  finance committee.  . Unfinished business���������regarding the lessening of hotel licences .a'h'd increasing that of the  wholesale. The communication  was again read by the city clerk.  Aid. Daniels thought the communication "had landed in the  wrong place, It should go to  Victoria. The hotel licence is  as low as it should come, according to law, aud the wholesale is  as high as it can go. We have  nothing to do with it."  Aid. Bate moved that the same  be forwarded back to the parties  and refer them to section 175,  subsections 4 and 6 of the Muni  cipal Clauses Act. Seconded by  Aid. Mcl-eod and carried.  Re telegram ��������� The mayor  spoke favorably regarding the  farm for Comox district. While  Aid. Bate moved that a communication be scut inviting Dr.  Saunders to take a trip through  Comox district before making  final recommendation. It was  also included iu the motion that  Mr. Robert Grant, M.P.P., be  asked to drive Dr. Saunders  through the district should that  gentleman decide to come. The  motion was seconded by Aid.  MeLeod aud curried,  Re Capt. Dillon's licence���������  Aid. Daniels moved that if the  ������' ft 1 ��������� *  ntwucc t*.-, ���������.*������. uu, i^utu a summons be issued and bring him  up in court. Seconded by Aid,  MeLeod and carried,  *   *4      ..ilH,.       .,..>.���������       r.������'t,.A        *���������<���������)      f1}/������  unsanitary condition of the alley  way between ist and an������l streets.  Constable Wilson asked when  he was to serve the summons on  Capt. Dillon. The mayor  thought that 24 hours alter the  Captain had Wn asked to pay.  Council then adjourned.  Gun  Club.  ��������� -  ���������   ��������� . *���������  Oh Monday evening the^ gun  club held their weekly shoot the  following being the score;���������R.  Ward, 19; T. E. Bate, 21; H.  McPhee, 23 out of 25 birds, unknown angles. The shoot although a small proportion of the  members took part was a most  successful one.  Telegraphic  Victoria June 17��������� It is reported that Govenor Sweetenham ot  Jamaica may visit Victoria short-  Itarbin June 17���������The Russian plan for reconstruction in the  far East appears to be based on  fear of. China, notwithstanding  lack of money Russia is endeavoring to strengthen her Siberian  border.  Ladysmith June 17- Mrs  Maiy L- Therr an old pioneer of  this place and one of the most  respected citizens of Ladysmith  died this morning, aged 64 years  Mrs Therr is a. native, of. Scot  land.  Vancouver June 17*���������Union  steamship company, steamer  Capalino has Wn tied up and  all hands except captain > and  chief engineer paid pflf. Trouble  is no bunker coal can be secured  while all of the vessels of fleet  engaged in the coal business are  more or less affected-  Vancouver June 17���������Through  the prevalence of measles, all local city schools have with the  exception of entrauce classes and  high schools have been closed  to-day and will remain closed  until fall term.  New Westminster���������June 17,  The Eastern Lacrosse team composed of picked players from  Eastern Canada which leaves  next week for Australia and New  Zealand played the locals here  Saturday aud were defeated by  tlie overwhelming score of 17  goals to 0.  County Court*  Judge Harrison held County  Court on Wednesday when the  following case came up.  Bowler vs Robinson.  Iu the above action th? plain*  tiff sought to recover a colt all*  eged to have Wn lent him to  Defendant. Defendant put in a  counter claim for 9125.00,  Judgment was given and the  planum recovered his  colt and  defendant recovered $15 on his  counterclaim.  P. Harrison for plaintiff.  H. Diiion ior defendant.  BIRTH���������To Mr. and Mrt. Chai  McDonald, of a son,  BIRTH���������On Monday evening last, at the hospital, \ht  wife of Mr. James Walker presented htm with a bounciag  baby boy.  L THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  far  _ t  DARREL of THE  BLESSED ISLES  By   IRVING   BACHELLER.,  Anther el "Ebaa Holden." "D'ri and V Cta.  COPYRIGHT.      1005.     BY      LOTHROP      PUBLISHING      COMPANY       .  (ContinnerU  ^JatWr'roso'KnQ.< asCting a torch of  pine, stuck lt In the ground; then he  opened his leathern pocketbook and  took out a number of cuttings, much  worn and apparently from old newspapers. He put on his glasses and began to examine the cuttings.  "The other day." snid he, "I found an  account of his mother's death. I had  forgotten, but her death was an odd  tragedy."  And the tinker began reading slowly  as follows:  "She an' her mother, a lady deaf an'  feeble, were alone, saving the servants  In a remote corner o' the house. A  sound *woke her in the still night. She  lay awhile, listening. Was it her husband returning without his key? She  rose, feeling her way in the dark an'  trembling with the fear of a nervous  woman. Descending stairs, she came  Into a room o' many windows. The  shades were up, an* there was dim  moonlight ln the room. A door with  panels o' thick glass led to the garden  walk. Beyond It were the dark forms  of men. One was peering In, his face  nt a panel, another kneeling at the  lock. Suddenly the door opened. The  lady fell fainting, with a loud cry,  Next day the kJdnaDed boy was born."  Darrel stopped reading, put the clipping into his pocketbook and smothered the torch.  "It seems the woman died the same  day," said he.  "And was my mother." The words  came in a broken voice.  Half a moment of silence followed  them; then Darrel rose slowly, and a  tremulous, deep sigh came from the  lips of Trove.  ���������"Thrmoth^Trboy!"Daffel"whispered.  The fire had burned low,  and  the  great shadow of the night lay dark upon tbem.   Trove got to bis feet and  came to the side of Darrel.  "Tell me, for God's sake, man, tell  me where Is my father!" said be.  "Hush, boy! Listen. Hear tbe wind  In the trees," said Darrel.  There was a breath of silence, broken  by tbe hoot of an owl and the stir pf  high branches. "Ye might as well ask  o' the wind or the wild owl," Darrel  said. "I cannot tell thee. Be calm,  boy, and say bow thou bast come to  know."  Again they gat down together, and  presently Trove told blm of those silent  men who bad ever haunted the dark  and ghostly bouse of his Inheritance.  '"Tis thy mother's terror-an' tby  father's house���������I make no doubt." said  Darrel preseutly In a deep voice. "But,  boy, I cannot tell auy man where is  tby father; not even thee, nor bis name  or tbe least thing tending to point him  out until���������until 1 um released o* me  vow. Be content. If I can find the  man ere long thou shalt bave word o'  blm,"  Trove leaned against tbo breast of  Darrel, shaking with emotion. His tale  had come to an odd and fateful climax.  The old man stroked bis head tenderly.  "Ah, boy," said he, "I know tby  heart. ; I shall make haste���������I promise  thee I shall make linsto. But If tbe  good God should bring tby fnther to  Uieo an' thy head to shame an' sorrow  for his sin, forgive lilm. iu the uuiue o*  Christ, forglvo blm. Aye, boy, tiiou  must forgive all tbat trespass against  thoo," .,������������������*,.  "If I ever see'blm be ahull know 1  om not ungrateful," Bald tbe voung  man,  Trove nnd Darrel walked to tho clear*  log abovo Faraway. At a corner on  tbe high bills, whore northward thoy  could see smoke and spire of distant  village*, each took bis wny, one lead*  Ing to Hillsborough, tbe otber to Allen's,  "Goodby. An' when I return I hope  to benr tbo rost o' tby tale," said Dar-  rel as tbey parted.  "Only God Is wise enough to finish  It," aald tbo young mnn.  " Won, <ioa help us; 'tis a world to  ������t*f,'" iMlivl quoted, wuUug hi* bund.  "If tby heart oppress theu, steer for  the Blessed Isles."  CIUrTEIt XIX.  A BIO mnplo sheltered tho house  of tbe Widow Vaughn. After  tbo noon hour of a summer  day Its tide of sbndow began  flowing fathoms deep over house and  garden to tbe near field, where finally  It Joined tbo great flood of night. Tbe  maple wai Indeed a robin's Inn nt somo  crossing of tbe Invisible roads of the  ���������Ir. Its green dome towered high  above and fell to tbe gable cud of tbe  little bouse, Its deep and leafy thatch  bid every timber of Its frame nave tbe  rot������*i 'am'XVZ*  ItMtUflk was tue main  beam, eachniTnb a corner, Ti\tih tfef  of limbs ft floor, and branch rose above  branch like steps ln a stairway. Up  and down the high dome of the maple  were a thousand balconies overlooking  thc meadow.  From its highest tier of a summer  morning the notes of the bobolink  came rushing off bis lyre, and farther  down the golden robin sounded bis piccolo. But chiafly it was the home and  refuge of the familiar red breasted  robin. The inn had its ancient customs. Each young bird, leaving his  cradle, climbed his own stairway till  he came out upon a balcony and got a  first timid look at field and sky. There  he might try his wings and keep in  the world he knew by using bill and  claw on the lower tiers.  At dawn the great hall of the maple  rang witb music, for every lodger paid  his score with song. Therein It was  ever cool and clean and shady though  the sun were hot. Its every nook and  cranny was often swept and dusted by  the wind. Its branches leading up and  outward to the green wall were as Innumerable, stairways. Each separate  home was put on rocking beams, with  its own flicker of skylight overhead.  For a time at dusk there was a continual flutter of weary wings at the lower  entrance, a good night twitter and a  sound of tiny feet climbing the stairways in that gloomy hall. At last  there was a moment of gossip and then  silence on every floor.  There seemed to be a night watch  in the lower hall, and If any green  youug bird were late and noisy going  up to his home he got a shaking and  probably lost ti few feathers from the  .nape-of-yhis-neckT-riaong-before���������days���������  break those hungry, half clad little peor  pie of the nests began to worry and  crowd their mothers. At first the old  birds tried.to quiet them with caressing movements nnd bad at last to hold  their places witb bill and claw. As  light came an old cock peered about  him, stretched his wings, climbed a  stairway and blew his trumpet on tho  outer wall. The robin's day had begun.  Mid-autumn, when its people shivered and found fault and talked of moving, the maple tried to please tbem  with new unci brighter ��������� colors���������gold,  with the warmth of summer in its  look; scarlet, suggesting love and the  June roses. Soon Jt stood bare and deserted. Theu what was there ln the  creak-and-whisper chorus of the old  tree for one listening In the night?  Belike it might be many things, according to the ear, but was It not  often something to make one think of  that solemn message; "Man that is  born of woman Is of few days and  full of trouble?" They who lived in  thut small house under the treo knew  little of all that passed in tbe big  world. Trumpet blasts of fnme, thunder of rise and downfall, came faintly  to them. There the delights of art and  luxury were unknown. Yet those simple folk were acquainted with pleasure  and oven with thrilling and impressive  Incidents. Field nud garden teemed  with eventful life, and hard by waa  the great city of tho woods,  lTo Ue Cintiuued)  Talesman" In English Law,  A talesman, accord Ing to Engllphj  law. is a juror summoned to All a gap.j  nnd formerly, nt nny rate, this wus|  often done by taking any suitable per-  hod who was pioiMiit In court "Tales  de clreumsUintllniH" ("suob of tbe bystanders") wore tho Drat worda of tbe  order directing this process, Good  Pickwickian* may remember that, at  only ten special Jurymen wero present  on n momorablo occasion, Mr, Serjeant  lluttm '���������prayed n tales." whereupon  two of the common Jurymen, one of  whom wns tho unfortunate chemist,  wore prossed into the service.���������London  Standard,  Ths Very Worst,  Donplnn JorvoM mm corlously d!s  appointed with n eortnln book written  by oue of his frlonds. Tbla friend  beard tbat Jerrold bod expressod bis  disappointment and questioned blm, "I  boar you said ��������� was the worst book  I ever wTott*"  "No. I didn't," came the answer. *\  said It was tbe worst book anybody  over wrote."  Whare It Snows In lumnwr, '  Snow, It appears, only falls In the  antarctic in summer and on those rart  occasion* at other aonmvnn when tbt  wind blows almost doe south. aod.i  Strang* to say, these sontb winds arm  warm winds, raising tbe temperature  to 60 or 00 degrees V, They went akin  to tb* snow malting potba winds of  tba Alt*  WARNING!  LookOutfor NA/ild Oat  Mining  Investments  I  ia  Legitimate Mining Companit* selling Treasury Stock for development purposes will not want you  to wire your money.   They encourage investigation. .Fortunes are still to be made.  We do not believe that three or four cents represent adequate compensation for the work of any  dollar for a full calendar year, even if it is guaranteed by a Savings Bank, a Trust Company or a Government Bond.  Why should the masses, whose Investments and  deposits  in  Banks  and  Trust  Companies  alone  make great enterprises possible, be deprived of the benefit of legitimate profits    earned by   these   same  investments   and deposits?  The man of small mental capacity Jumps to the conclusion that there is something wrong  wherever he sees a large advertisement of the sale of Treasury Stock in any corporation. This Is  neither fair to himself nor to those who do him.the courtesy of Inviting his attention. In excuse for  his own inability to think, he becomes a knocker and a croaker, fretting in his own little world, envious  and Jealous of those who, by their Judgment, foresight j������.nd courage, have grasped these selfsame  opportunities, leaving him by the wayside with the old story still on his lips: "Luck never comes my  way." Of course, luck never came hia way and never will. Luck means nothing else but trusting in  one's own resources���������one's ability to think out and decide for one's self. Successful men spell luck  with a big capital "P," which spells "Pluok."  We rely on our vigor, ability, prestige, methods and organization to sell any company stocks  that we offer to the public. We have never asked immunity for any company's otock we have sold,  and fear neither public discussion nor legitimate and constructive criticism. We expect any propositions or enterprises we offer to be discussed and criticized with unsparingness equal to that which  we mete out to others.  \Afhy Do WeAdverti  Heavily?  Railroads advertise; banks solicit funds and ask you to open your accounts with them; the  strongest organizations bring to their aid the people and money���������all for the same purpose: to increase  their capital, to more fully perfect the industry, thereby increasing the profits. It is only through the  combined thought, energy and oapital of many that great results are possible.  The reason we offer stock to the general public is for the same reason that the United States  Government distributes its Bond Issue among as many people as possible. It has been found more  profitable to have a large number of persons giving their influence to an enterprise rather than confining lt to a monopolistic few. We want the interest of a number of shareholders; hence this opportunity to buy stock.  If you do not *aant to take advantage of this opportunity, it Is your privilege; but we can say in  all confidence that the mistake will be yours, and a serious one. We are directing your attention to a sate  and legitimate investment, and if you fail to take advantage it is not our fault. Blame yourself and put  It down on your list of regrets.. We extend a cordial Invitation to everyone anxious to make money to  write ua.   ���������*��������� ;*..���������-*���������'. c '',.���������'���������'    ;  Don't think we are philanthropists.   We are not  in   business  for  love.   We are  not  doing  you  charity.   We  are  not giving  money away.   We are peid as Fisoal Agents by companies we represent,  and paid well, as our sen'lces come high���������-because we   furnish   ^  ..handling���������corporation���������maWersr--The--'biggest"banking^Kouses   In^he world are  paid  ln  the  same way,  whether they are selling Japan or Russian Bond Issues, or Railroad Stocks and Bonds.  Many persons who hava followed our advice have retained their original holdings with their original faith, and from time to time have added to both. Their confidence has not been shaken, because  they felt that it had not in the beginning been misplaced.  Those <;who have followed our advioe before and bought stocks that we had recommended, hava  thanked us over and over again, and you will be doing the same. ���������<  We are asking investors to join us in an enterprise'that we know now positively will be successful. You do yourself an injustice lf you are unfaithful to the degree that you do not take advantage of  legitimate opportunities that come within your notice, and which can serve you to profitable advantage  provided you give them proper consideration. >  We cordially invite all investors in Cobait to fully investigate our proposition. We are chartered  undef Ontario law. Scrutinize our list of Directors. Compare our low capitalizations with that of other  companies. Inspect the last official assay of the values-���������4,576 oz. silver to the ton���������that equals  $2,742.60 cash. In fact, take every conceivable precaution before Investing. And then be doubly sure���������  invest under our absolute 30-day guarantee and on our four-payment plan.  It is our business to seek profitable investments for money savers. We can do no more for you  than find .the most desirable properties for such investments. We spend the necessary money In the  employment of competent Mining Engineers, Experts and Lawyers conversant with Mining Law to examine propositions and properties until we find one where the conditions are favorable to the Investor.  You get the benefit of our experience and Judgment, backed by the experience and Judgment of other  capable men who have given their lives to the business of mining.  Do you know what the mining business is and what enormous profits the Industry has produced  during the last four years? Do you know about Cobalt and the almost unbelleveable fortunes it has  made for many men? Read the following facts and figures, and remember the possibilities of Cobalt  have only just begun to develop,  Aooordfng to a reoent tabulation by the "Mining World/' 166 Mining Companies paid during 1906  dividends to the enormous figure of one hundred and five million one hundred and ninety-seven thousand  seven hundred and fifty-five dollars (1106,197,756.00) or a total of five hundred and seventy-four million  six hundred and ninety-two thousand nine hundred and seventy-one dollars ($574,692,971.00) since their  Incorporation. ThU does not Include the profit earned by thousands of corporations and Individuals  owning mining properties who do not make publlo reports, Who reoelve those dividends? Certainly  not those that passed up the opportunity.  In 1871, Calumet and Hecla stock was peddled around at 50 cents on the dollar and was even  traded for supplies; these same trhnros are now selling at $1,000.00 each, with plenty of eager buyers,  and that slnco 1871 this concern paid dividends amounting to over ninety-nine millions of dollars ($99,-  000,000.00), This mine Is certainly a star, and a bright ono, but it Is only ONE, There are others, and  many of thom that with developing, will prove as good.   Even as half  so good should  satisfy you.  When a Mining Company oan earn and pay Its stockholders In profits In the course of a short  period of time several times its capital stock and still have ore Reserves sufficient to permit its continued  operation for many, many years to come, It Is a substantial argument In favor of mining Investment's.  Wo Look  umnrisr  for th������ greatest Boom this I  at OOBALT ovor Knownlnthe HI  of any Mining Distriot  Cobalt Is rapidly oomlng to the front aa the greatest Silver Mining Distriot In the world* The  great Stiver Mines of Cobalt are all especially demonstrating the fact that thero la no more valuable  or profitable Investment If the investor gets In at the start,  The dividend payments In Cobalt Stoeks have already astonished the world, Hudson Bay Stock  during 1906 paid 9,600 per cent In dividends. This stock was offered to the publlo at 40 cents a share,  and is now valued at $180,60 per ahare, with eager purchasers. Thousands ot Canadians and Americana  who bought thla stock when it waa originally offered were made Independently rich.  Ontario=Quebec Cobalt Mining Company, Ltd.  Capital One Million ($1,000,000). Shares selling at par value, $1.00 each, Only 900,000 shares  Treasury atnov nfteeet* After first shlpr.-.ti.t !��������� ������4A������J# uy u,it.e n*o*k will um at mi, Uf restore and Off I*  eert prominent and well known business and puYille man���������eewselentlous, conserveUv*, capable and careful. The object In selling stock Is to obtain money for development purposes and to put the properties  on ��������� proflt'oarning bails of the largest possible magnitude ef whioh they are eapable. In fact, the only  proper way to learn of our proposition la to write us for particulars and let us send mope, copies ef  aaaays and all literature neeeraary to fully explain suoh a large and reliable Mining Enterprise.  Tha time lio buy Cobalt Stoeke le NOW whan prices ara Inw snd bntora tba ������ent������?n cjuu* up la  tho spring and shipments of ore are made.  Thla la an opportunity to 01T IN RIGHT. We will furnish you literature that explains everything calculated to properly Inform an Investor. Tou oan make such Investigations for the purpose of  verifying our statements aa you feel warranted, and every facility for so doing will be given; but you  muat act Immediately,  WRITE TODAY.  GORMALY, TILT & CO.  ISTAILItHID  1892  MEMBER! STANDARD STOCK  AND  MINING  IXCHANQI,  IMPERIAL OHAMttRS  TORONTO,  Oonodo.  \ 7  >>    *"*5',   "   r   'fA.I        ���������*���������'    ���������  a*  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUJfBIA  VIGOR AND HEALTH  FULLY RESTORED  / * *     ; . _  The Old Tired. Listless Feelings, the Sleeplessness, and  Nervousness Were  Driven Away by  ������������������'���������������������������   .  ������������������".."'������������������  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.  The^experience described in this letter corresponds to that, of thousands of  women who haveWiot yet learnt of the  marvelous restorative and invigorating  power of Bt. Chase's Nerve Food.  Mrs. Henry Clarke,, Port Hope,,Out.,  ' states: "I have used several boxes of  Dr; Chase's Nerve Food for nervous-  nejss and a completely' run-down system and can heartily recommend it  as a wonderfully effective treatment.  Before usinr this remedy I had been  in very poor health for aome mouths.  I.seemed to have no energy or ambition, felt tired and listless most of the  time and could scarcely drag myself  about the house. I was weak, irritable  -and nervous, could not sleep well and  felt discouraged about.my health. Dr.  ���������Chase's Nerve Food has taken away  these symptoms and given, back my  ���������usual health and vigor, consequently I  endorse it fully." *<   ... ,      .  Weakness, lightheadedness, dizziness  at rising is one of the certain indiea  tiona of thin blood and an exhausted  condition of the body,,  j The action of the heart is weak, digestion is impaired, and all the vital  org ins   perform    their    functions   ini-  'perfectly, giving rise to headaches,  feelings of fatigue and.- depression.  Because it goes directly to me ior-  mation of new, rich blood, every dose  of Dr. Chase's, Nerve Food is bound to  prove of some benefit under such conditions.   ���������.   '   * "  Naturally and gradually the exhaust-  ei system is restored until eveiy organ is given back its accustomed,  strength and vigor. The weight is increased, the fprm is rounded out, and  health and vitality drive out weakness,  pain and disease.  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, the great  blood-touilder and restorative, 50 cents  a box, 6 boxes for $2.50, at all dealers  o: Elmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  The portrait and signature of Dr. A.  W. Chase, the famous receipt book  author, are on every box.  HE WAS RIGHT  Father���������Dou't you know that it  aiurts your mother as much to punish  yoa as it does you?  Son���������Yes, but I'll bet the neighbors  ain't as certain of it.���������Fldrida Times  If you* children are troubled with  worms, give them Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator; safe, sure and  ���������effectual. Try it, and mark the improvement in your child.  "Well, Umily, did you have a good  time at the masked ball?"    .'.!..  "Oh! E had a splendid time. I  made my husband dress up as a knight  in heavy armor, and he wasn't able to  'budge from one spot all night.���������Glasgow Times. -  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.  De Style���������My   wife   tells    me    that  while out in her auto you did lots of  _da*nage, ���������-  Chauffeur���������But, sir, when you hired  me you said your wife wanted me to  run herr aiito in the worst way.���������Lip-  jpincott's Magazine.  Free from  Alcohol  Since May, 1906, Ayer's Sarsaparilla has been entirely free  from alcohol. If you are in  poor health, weak, pale, nervous, ask your doctor about taking this non-alcoholic tonic and  alterative. If he has a better  medicine, take his. Get the best  always., This is our advice.  A  W������ publish, our totmyim  m   Wt bruiUh tloebol  W   from our m������Ui '  Ml  Jolsif  W������ wt ��������� yon (o  Bf������lljr<  dootor  ooniultyour  GERMANY'S REPLY  Berlin���������The Berliner Tageblatt has  drawn attention to cthe great size of  the new battleships and armored  Cruisers which Germany is laying  doftvi. The Tageblatt states that ,the  new Gerjman cruiser F, to be laid  down this year, J will displace 19,200  tens and will have turbine engines ol  .40,000 to 50,000 h.p  It is understood that her battery will  consist of ten or twelve 11-inch guns,  as against the Indomitable's eight 12-  inch, so that the German vessel will  not only be larger, but also more  heavily armed. The Tageblatt adds  that the new German battleships, of  which two were ordered last year and  two more will be laid down this year,  will also Surprise the world, and intimates that further credits for the German navy will be obtained from the  reichstag.  With such secrecy have the German  plans been carried out that the British  admiralty has no authentic particulars'  of the new German ships in its possession. A.    Be There a Will Wisdom Points the  Way.���������The sick man pines for relief,  but he dislikes sending for the doctor,  ���������which means bottles of drugs never  consumed. He has not the resolution  to load his stomach Hvith compounds  which smell villainously and taste  worse. But if he have the will to deal  himself with his ailment^ wisdom will  direct his attention to Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills, whioh, as a speciflo  for indigestion and disorders of the  digestive organs, have no equal.  The Chinese government is to attempt to seoure the loan of $7,500,000  in London, the money to be expended  in army and navy equipment.  A SPRING TONIC  A sluggish liver means a coated tongue,  a bad breath, and constipated bowels,  Tbe question ia. " What Is the beat thing  to do under suchcircumstances?" Ask  your doctor If this is not a good answers  "Take laxative doaes of Ayer's Pills."  ���������   Uni* by lm 4,0. Arm Oo., LowsU,  PERFECTION  When "sweets"  lose their sweetness���������  aad "substantial!,"  their charm���������there are  always MOONBY'S  PERFECTION  CREAM SODAS to  the appetite.  Do YOU  know how  good  they  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills Make   Rich,  Red, Health-giving Blood  Cold winter months, enforcing close  confinement in over-heated, badly ventilated rooms���������ln the home, in the shop  and In the school���������sap the vitality of  even' the strongest Tho blood becomes clogged with impurities, the  liver sluggish, tho kidneys weakened,  sleep ls not restful���������you awake Just  as tired as when you went to bed;  you are low spirited, perhaps have  headache and blotchy skin���������that Is tho  condition of thousands of people every  spring. It com'os. to all unless the  blood ls onrichod by a good tonic���������by  Dr. Williams' Pink Fills. These pills  not only banish thlB feeling, J?ut they  guard against the moro serious ailments that usually follow���������rheumatism, nervous debility, anaemia, Indigestion and kidney trouble. Dr. Williams* Pink Pills nro an Ideal spring  modlclno. Every doso makes new,  rich, rod blood. Every drop of now  blood helps to strengthen the overworked nerves; overcomes weakness  and drives tho germs of disease from  tho body, A thorough treatment gives  you vim and energy to roslst tho torrid  heat of the coming summor. Mrs,  Jos, McDonald, Sugar Camp, Ont.,  says: "I was badly run down, folt  vory weak and had no appotlto. I  could scarcely drag myself about and  folt that my condition waa growing  worao. I decided to try Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills and boforo I had used a  doRen boxes I was aa strong as over.  My appotlto returned and I am now  ablo to do my housework without fooling worn-out. I think Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills the bost tonic there is."  It Is a mistake to tako purgatives In  spring. Nature calls for a medicine to  build up tho wasted force���������purgatives  only weaken. It Is a medicine to aot  on tho blood, which Is necessary. Dr.  Wllllame' Pink Pills are a blood modi-  etne tb." vfijd'.t: vwv, Ttc\*., ved b,r,rir^i  and wtrengtiien every' organ of the  body. Boo that the full name "Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills for Palo People,"  is printed on tbo wrapper around each  box, All other so-called pink pills are  fraudulent Imitations. Sold by medicine dealers or by wall nt M <������*nt������������a  box or six boxes for M.60, from The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  "I've a good notion," aald PMdlnp  Pete, "to Join dla forestry asiooiation."  "What fur!"  "X want de trees preserved tn alt  delr venerable beauty. I want to see  de monarch* of de tvflanmna* lott tin-  disturbed in ddr peaceful majesty. It's  time dis practice of handln' a man an  axe an' tellln' him to chop wood waa  stopped."���������WaiWngton Star.  QUEEN VICTORIA'S LETTERS.  Will Be Published Soon, After Edit  ing By King Edward.  A unique work in many ways wilj  be the volumes of Queen Victoria's  letters which A. C. Benson and Viscount Esher have been editing foi  the last-four or five years.  It is unique firstly because of the  nature of the book���������it will consist  chiefly of letters, with an introductory  preface to each group; outlining the  history of the period���������and, secondly,  because it is the first time that a  reigning monarch has sanctioned tha  publication of the correspondence ol  his predecessor; and, thirdly, because  King Edward VII has supervised tha  proofs.  So well have the editors done their  work that King Edward has made  very few corrections in the proofs.  Most of them are just pencil alterations, where his Majesty thought it  necessary to delete or to add a word.  The correspondence will be issued  in three volumes at three guineas net, '<  magnificently   illustrated   with   por- i  traits of statesmen and personalities'  of the times, chiefly supplied by the  King himself. j  It is to be understood that no intimate-personal letters will be    in-'  eluded, but many will be found thai  passed between Queen Victoria" and  the Prince Consort, as well as Queen'  Victoria's correspondence on ,the his-'  torical and political events of    he*  long reign.  The book is to be published in Oo-  Jtober next, and.it may be safely assumed that a work of such worldwide  interest will be translated into every  European. Language,    ..  CANADIAN INVENTOR'S  EXPERIENCE  INTERESTING INCIDENT BY  A FAMOUS RATENTEE  Mr. Wm. Wilson, of Craigie Villa,  London (Ont.), the , inventor of the  Wilson Fruit Oase, now adopted by  the Canadian Government, tells an  interesting experience which shows  the healing and antiseptic value of  Zam-Buk, the herbal balm. He says:  "1 had two poisoned wounds on my  le*, which were very sore and inflamed. They caused me much pain and  suffering, and although I tried several  salves they refused to heal. 'Zam-Buk  was recommended, and I applied some.  It acted splendidly and in a very short  time__h.ealed_the__wounds  IX   IS   PURE!  This is the Paramount Feature of  GREEN TEA  Free from Ariiffc&LCotoring, Dust, and all Foreign  Substances.  Lead    Packets   Only,   40c, 50c, and     60c    Per    Lb.    At    All    Grocer*.  HIGHEST AWARD, ST. LOUIS, 1904  "At another time I sustained a nasty  cut. Zam-Buk took away the soreness  almost instantly and soon closed and  healed the wound. I have also used  Zam-Buk for other injuries, and I have  no hesitation in expressing my high  opinion of . its value/ It is, without  doubt, a splendid household balmf  Zam-Buk cures blood poison, cuts,  bruises, old wounds, running sores,  ulcers, boils, spring eruptions, "soalp  seres, eczema, itch, * barber's rash,  burns, scalds and all skin injuries and  diseases. All druggists and stores  sail at fifty cents a dox, or from Zam-  Buk Co., Toronto, for price., Remember, it is purely herbal!  EXECUTION IN INDIA.  How Sentence of Death Was Carried  Out on 8treets of Hyderabad.  The decision as to whether the murderer should be executed or imprisoned for life was, says The Civil and  Military Gazette in describing an execution at Hyderabad of a Pathan who  had shot his brother-in-law, as is usual, left to the murdered man's relatives, and his widow, the sister of the  murderer, voted for his death.  On the day for tho execution there  appeared In the streets a band of  sweepers armed with leafy twigs, followed by a squad of the dty Arab  police with fixed bayonets. Then camo  the oriminal, dressed in new white  garments, with a new halter around  his neok and now ropes attached to  his arms, Tho ends of these ropes  \vero held by policemen. The ordinary thing is for tho oondomned man  to walk, but in'thls cam he was so  overcome that he had to be convoyed  in a jutkn.  On arriving at the fatal spot the  murdertr was made to alight and  kneel down, while the policomon  handed over charge of the cords to  the oxooutloner's attendants, ono of  whom, seizing tho ond of tho halter,  atood in front of the folon, while others held tho cords pinioning the arms  behind. Tho oxecutlonor, brandishing  a broad, heavy sword, keen as' a  raeor, in a suggestive fashion, and  pranoing up towards hii victim asked three times In n loud voice: "Who  authorises the execution?" Tho ohief  of the city polico on duty thrice replied: "Tho Amln."  Thon an attendant armed with a  long needle pricked the condemned  man in the baok, causing him to utart  forward. At the same instant those  holding the cords inia themselves  buck in {*mH,A.lij Ulrcclloua as iti a  tug-of-war contest, with the result  that the wretch's neck waa stretched*,  and, following the reply of the ohief  of police, the executioner's blade de-  aeertrlod   fnlr 3n/J  *-,,������   0������   ������jw   ^^  severing the head completely,  in a atreet Car,  Btodgett-You boo that homely woman bangUm to that strap* Foster-  How do yoa know ibe ii bomefyT Too  oral seo ber fac*. Btodgett-l can earn  aba ii hanging to a strap.  "TWO PIGS AND A HOG"  A man in Cape Breton left his es-  tat3 of $3,000 to trustees for the care  Pf a pair of pigs. In his Kvil] he explained that he, did this because  ''otherwise the n^phey would be in the  hands of pigs who denied their identities." He alluded to some attentive  coisins v.<ho were looking for legacies.  But what a lovely Christian spirit,  and how well prepared to die! Then,  too, how noble a purpose to which to  devote the savings of a frugal and industrious life 1 It suggests a certain  sympathy and kinship between the  benefactor and the object of his  bounty. And there are so many poor;  fend hungry and helpless human beings to whom his $8,000 would have  pneant   much.���������Boston  Herald.  Some, persons are more susceptible  to colds than others, contracting derangements of the pulmonary organs  from the slightest > causes. These  should always have at hand a bottle  of Bickle's Anti-Consum(ptive Syrup,  the present day sovereign remedy for  coughs, catarrh and inflammation of  the lungs. It will effect a cure no  matter how severe the cold may be.  You cannot afford to be without a  remedy like Bickle's, for it is the best.  "Delia," began Mra. ���������Newliwed, timidly, "I don't suppose���������er���������that you  would object to my getting an alarm  clock?"  "Not at all, ma'am," replied the  sleepy cook; '-'them, things never disturb me at all."���������Philadelphia Press.^  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches and  every form of contagious Itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes  by WolWd's Sanitary Lotion.  Little Olga���������Is your wound sore,  CaDtain Dmitri?  Captain���������Wound?   What wound?   Little���������OIga=Why,���������mamma���������says-_she-  out you at the dinner party la"3t night.  ���������Szutok.  The Mark  That Tells  to*  . .Tn&.nuMdmtia'a  ���������**paty otttjrlM.t������btic*and  "forwomen, men ud  Form Fitted.  ���������-r"������ at* ������BU������������ii������d to  mwoe hutudr ������nd tt ca:  [a   material  aoa  Pen-Angle'tradfrj  mark (in red) on  every Pen-Anglo  garmsnt, tells you  ifcwill atandwon't  shrink,��������� your  own dealer so  guarantees if-  Underwear thus  trade marked ia  softer, warmer,  more flexible,  better wearing;  i^u������ insunujr i  ������otf, aay. Pma-A  tamt faulty ta  ST   making.  la.E'-TTEn>m,  UNDERWEAR  Minard's-Liniment Cures Garget tn  Cows.  Mrs. Corem (standing in shadow of  doorway)���������Is your mistress at home?'  Servant���������I don't;., know, ma'am.  Can't tell whether she's home or not  till'I git a good look at ye. If ye hov  a wart on the side o* yer nose, ma'am,  she ain't.���������Punoh.  rsrs  Mrs. Brown awoke Her hus'.and in  :he dead of night with the startling information that she had just heard a.  burglar in the room -below. "Now,"  she exclaimed, excitedly, "he's lighting one of those cigars; 1 gave you for  your birthday. I heard him pick up  the box and put it down again."  Then John sat up and listened. "By  Jove, Mary, you're right 1" he an wered.  "He is I He's actually smoking one of  those���������er���������er���������those cigars'"  Then he nestled once more comfortably   beneath   the   blankets.    "Go   to  Bleep    again,    Mary,"  he said compla- !  ceritly. ' "We'll find the poor wretch in  the morning."���������Argonaut.  It Is the Farmer's Friend. ��������� Th*  farmer will find* Dr.';Thomas' Eclectric  Qft-JL Potent remedy for wounds���������or_  pains "in the body, or for affections of  the respiratory organs and for household use generally. He will also find  it; a convenient friend in treating injured horses, cattle, etc., or relit.ving  them when attacked by colds, coughs  or any kindred ailments to which tbey  are subject.  Mrs. Arthur Paget of New York, act-  in? for King Edward VII, has ^eou^ed  all the available art spate at the  Jamestown exposition.  For Strains  ���������of Back ���������of Shoulder  ���������of Stifle ���������ofHongh  "���������of Whiriebone ���������of Knee  ���������of Fetlock       ���������of Coffin Joint  ���������of Pastern  Swelling  and all  Lameness in  Honea  use  Fellows'  Leaning's  Essence  Two or three teaspoon  fuls In a little Rum or Brandy,  cures Sprains, Bruises and  Lameness In 94 houra���������takes  out all the aoreneaa���������and puts  horses "on their feet again,  50c. a bottle.   If your drug*  gist does not h*ve It, send to  NadesjJ Drag ft Qiealeal Ce,  tbMMealrea!.   **  SAiWiiL-'O:  TMf m*et\m\ Wkmpi ti tbe oMigotlt.  i  99.90* Pure  ���������That's what makes  St George's  Baking Powder  aosatlafa������toi7. ft is the pnmt  Cream of Tartar Baking Powdar  tbat 8dcnce can mako,  Send for ear frso Cook-Book���������  f������U of cboiesatw recipes. I  ~*      ^^   ^^s^^^^^l  m^^^MW^i   M^MwNt Arm  Dr. Slocum't Great Tonlo  and Disease Destroyer  PSYCHINE  ���������     (MONOUNOID tUUM)   *  Used In Thousands  0/ Homes in Canada  THOSE WHO don't know what Paychint  . in and what it does are asking about lt  THOSR WHO do know wha?Paychlne  is and what It does are using it Tbey  regard it as their best pbyalclan ana  friend.  THOSE WHO uae It are being quickly  and permanently cured of all forms of  throat, cheat, lung and atomach  troubles. It ia a scientiflo preparation, destroying all disease germs ln tbo  blood and ayawm. It ia a wonderful  tonlo and ayatem building remedy, and  is a certain oure for  Bronchial Coombs*  Chills Mi Fever,  Difficult Breathing  General Weakness  female Trttbles,  Fickle Appetite,    .  Hemorrhages,  Night Sweats,       '  Contraption, t    i  Catarrh of tho  Stomach.  Ail theso diseases aro serlooi In tbem.  solves, tad U not promptly oured In tho  early stages aro tho certain forerunners of  Consumption In Its most terrible forms.  Bkrehlno conquers and curse Oonsamp*  Uob, hot It If much easier snd safer to  promt Its aovolopmont by using Fay*  china. Horo Is a sample of thousands of  voluntary snd unsolicited statements from  ill ovor Ceaadat  COUGHS,  LA G11PPI,  C0U1,  Pnsumonta,  Bronchitis,  Catarrh,  Woal Volet 1  Sleeplessness*  Nsrvsnsnsss,  Malaria,  Anaemia,  ^fc&n ttrr,  ms  mv Anbf ta *A**m  oa, ebitb but  raaeo.4 tyrae  X  atfbe  tadoiyio'-  **2  aroi  rate  mt um Hioi  Bowl* food hi  1 saferlsihas  eoali of etbar  Fsycblne, pronounced Bl-kesn, Is ter  m lo at aU up-fcxlato dotlsit. If yonr  drenurt or fonoral storo eaanot aoppjy  W,   N.  U.  Ne.  m $&  -*&>'  ���������&������������������  rr-v"'*'-'Tl'f"-?=?r.^iarrv  ^x^^.-wL^l;'.j^si^T^u'jr**,Tr:x'a>-,.'i.j!^  tffffi iCKW������... (CTO^^l,AltP)5 -^I'tlfiH  c^kmm.-.  THE OUMBU&LAiND    NEWS'"  .Issued Every Wednesday.  J..    A.   B.4TES,  Editor and  Proprietor.  The oytemna of Tp,K N.kws aro open to all |  .ti^owiKh to <jxj)riiB3tbere,in views o    matters ol puhlie intt/ust.  While we do po* ^ojd ourselves ,re   insi-  lie for tl\e^^{mees of fior^espon^enco, we  jrwervrt   the right   of   declining  to insert j  ,Oimiii,uniCtttioua unneoessarily peraoual.  WEDNESDAY,   JUNE I9, 1907  The early rising fad appears to  jbe going   "put,of   fashion".    Of  <course, ^j.tji so-jrie i.t  never was  the fasJWoji.    We mean it is going  <out wjtfr those wljio have p.re.ached  jt as a boast and   practiced it as  ias   a floury.   Th������$e are   they  whose e^rly rising  tire is   punctured *by  the sharp .edge  of the  ���������infelligeij-t medical authority.    A  flvejl-k$,9w;i;i doctor says," Almost  :as many people have been   killed  by the early rising  habit  as  by  ,ove.r-eati.rig,"   Instead p,f making  men health y,wealthy   and wise  ������early rising lowers his vitality and  and results "in bjaii?. fag and eajly  $e.cay."   We must heed the ..call  ,of the bed in the  early  morning  :rather than that of   the alarm  Clock if we#rg to live out our ipo  years.  ..All -tliis js bad  news for  ���������the man who  briskly jumps ou.t  pf-bed at the cock crow.    He will  .quote  proverbs   in   reply���������that  hoary-headed one about the early  'bird catpjijng the worm,  for ex- '  janiple, but as the boy who loves \  his bed said   to  his  father, "it i.s  ^hrrarlyijiT^tha^^gets-cauglih11-  Intemperance in early rising like  (every other excess,  it . js sij'jre to  bring its own penalty,alo������'g with  ���������it.    It is  well   known   that the  .early riser often compensates liim-  .selffor his greeting to tlie dawn  by frequent naps iu the aiterjioon  or evening,   If   you   must   rise  early don't boast  about it.   In.-  4eed there are few things   in the  way of bragging  that will compare with what English  essayist  .calls "the insulting   triumph,"  the outrageous animation  of the  ������iau wh<? -has dressed by caudle  .light in Pecmuber.  What you do to-day,   if well  done, you do for alj  the time.  Money is not the only thing  ���������which bears compound interest  A poem which is worth $2.00 today is worth $200 ten yearn from  now. For instance, Senator  Chamjcey M- Depew says that  a farmer came into his law-offico  aX Peckskill, N. Y��������� the first day  he opened U,aud asked a question  with reference to the settlement  pf aij estate, Depevy looked into  the matter aijd gave a writteu 0-  pinion couceruing the case, for  which he charged the fanner thc  Amount of $5.00. Tho farmer  told him that he would never  juccepd if his fees were so exorbitant, so he returned one dollar  and seventy cents change. Twenty years afterwards a gentleman  came into Depcw's office in New  York city to nsk the *nnu> quo*  tion os the, fanner had a.skcd.  The interview lasted oue Jiour  for which his client handed him  * check fpr #500.  mm  ���������  ,3D.A."VI������3/     P^oPBiET,  1  "English 4 x UUHTON alwaya ou tap       also, the famous MILWAUKEE  PEERS���������Aahunser, Hoheraian,'Schiitz. &o.       "OLD GREY IW.MID ".  SCOTCH WHISKY. ^est, Wmes and Liquors of all kinds.  T^e Warding .find Lodging Dry- rtm-nt, unler tho immediate sviptirintenderyje of Mrs  Pa vis, will I e jfontn 1 First alas* in every respect.  RATES,  $1 00 per day upwards.  Espimait & N anaimo Ej  :/H'  f^Q^^^^m*mnl vl  ,V"*q!*r*?i*r  "rJ'.V.-.":  The Right Price  FURNITURE STORE  Ae <tlie i-esul.t oi' a recent judicious purciiase a new lot of if nrnifcure ur.-  rived this week.   WoseU'nt prices to suit ay pockets..  REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,-  J* 21. COLLINS, CmnberlajicL  They are light, and bend   without breaking.        <������������������  They are njiade of hi^h graded steel.  TUey possess keen-cutting edge which is inserted between two  layers ot steel and are ground from both sides ^bou.t three sixteenths  of an inch.  They aye gainjng gjreait popularity..  As.k your dealer tor them or reimit $1,60 and we will deliver  to any address,  ytfatson and flleGpegop.  Victoria B* C.  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  vicnopj&SA-.cc^o^g:     ������pvte  Sails frounViciona Tuesday,, 7 a.m., for  .N;wiai������vp, .calliojj  ot   North  Saanich  Cowinh.ui Hay    Maple  Hay, Cn.fton,  Kuper and Thetis islands when freight  01 passengers offer.  Leaves Nana.mo Tuesday, 5  p.m., for  r    Union iia.y and Coiiiojc.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, .8 a.m., for  U-oion Bay wd Nanaimo.  Leaves Nunwmo Thursday*. 7 a.m,, for  Comox ,ind way ports.  -Leaves.Coijao^ Friday, 7 a.������i., for Nanaimo and way ports.  Siilsfroyi JNanaimo f/aday, 2 pm., for  Victoria, .e^Ling at Kuper and Thetis  Islands, Crofton, M.apje Kay,, .Cowichan Bay and Noufc Saawch when  freight and  passengers offer  North  Saanich when tide and weather  conditions permit.  VANCOUVER- NANAIMO-LADYSMITH   ROUTE  S. S.     "i,0AN."  S.iils 1 om   Vancouver  for   Nanaimo  daily, except Sundays, al L30 p.m.  Sails from   Nanaimo  for   Van ouver  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m.  TIMETABLE  EFFECTIVE  Monday, October lit, 1906  and Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  RODandGUN  If you like to read of the experiences ot  anglers, shooters and campers or yachting;  or lf you are interested in country life, ask  your nev.'sdealer for Forest and Stream,  or wriic for free specimen copy, or send  twenty-five cents for four weeks' trial trip.  Forest and Stream is a large Illustrated  weekly Journal, which contains the following  departments:  Game Bag and Gun.      Natural History,  Sen and River Fishing.   Yachting  Tho Sportsman Tourist, Canoeing.  Rifle and Trap, Kennel.  We send free our catalogue of thc bestbooto  on outdoor life and recreation.  FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO.  346 Broadway, New York City.  QOLLEGIATE   SCH0O|_  FQR BOYS  The Laurels. BelcherJStreet  Victoria B. C.  temmmmmamemmlm* ������������������  ,am awm ^'^ m*Mm:m_m_ma_amjnf__tm* o^^<  g_**!J*y_* ���������* ^ >**> *** '  ^i^epside Hotel ;.  THE FINEST HUNTING A$'D FISHING GROUNDS  1,;,.,v        ON THE ISLAND.===  ���������Livery Stnble, T<������legraph Office and Barber Shop Convenient  to  Hotel.  Everything np to Date.  DAVIS & FECHNER, p������������������.  ��������� .r.*,.'mi***Y>���������**mr m***,'****'*rt*ne**Te****������*��������� ****ewmwn������*i������  **n*****mwm. ipuit^ t\v*m ��������� ���������* wmnnv'nw t*  NORTH BOUND--  1   ���������"    i)<\> ���������  -Read Down  Stations.  Vlciiorlft,  "EuSSeliT"  Passefigoi  Trains  Daily  Mo. 1  Shnwnig&u,  ',*'  Cobble Hill,-  (Jowiohiwi,  Koksilah,  Dancaa's,  Sonienos,  Woatholme,  Obtitutuima,  Ladysinii.li,  South Wellington,  Nananno,  Welling tun,  Sunday  Wed.  ���������Sat.  STo. 3  De. 9.00     De. lfi.00  10 17 17.15  1.0.22 17,18  10.40 17.30  10.4S 1741  70.53 17.47  1100 17.58  11.07 18.10  11.18 18.2-2  11 32 18 35  11.57 1.8.50  12.18 19.19  1J2.35 19.30  Ar 12,5a   Arl.9 45  TR  Patron and  Visitor,  LORD   BISHOP  OF   COLUMBIA.  Head .Master  J.W.LAING, ESQ ,  M. A:,   OXFORD.  Assisted by threeOraduates of theliecog.  nized Universities of Great Britain and Canada.  Moderare terms tor boarders.  Property consists of five acres with spacious s.-hool buildipts, extensive rocroatin-  groandfl. Kymnaalum. Cadet oorps or������jaott  i/.ed.  APPLY TO  HEAD MASTER.  Buys^  SOUTH BOUND-Read Up  0R-������3K!W*Xi!^  H&n WtJ facility at their command town in  ih^ art of modern shoe making.   Peven up-to-  P date factories, located in New England, the  4 world's greatest shoe centre, are daily sup-  | plying the growing demand for their Men's  Women's and Children's shoes.   ASK  VOUR  DEALER  TO  SHOW  YOU  "AU America" Shoes ��������� our leader  for men and women.  "ERICA"*���������a popular priced shoe  for men.  "MAYFAIR "���������u popular priced  woman's shoe.  ������������������OLD HOMESTEAD"���������tbe best  Parmer's shoe over made *���������wears  like iron.  Viotoria,  RubkhIh,  Shawnigaii,  <<  Gobble Hill,  Cowiohan,  Kok.-ituh,  Sonixtiof,  WooiholmB,  ChemaimiB,  L/idyamith,  South Wellington,  N'fturumo,  Wellington,  No. 2  Ar, 12.00  12 02  10.51  10,4^  1(1,40  10.15  10.01}  10 02  9.^7  9.37  D.28  De. 9,00  Ar. 8.50  8,2fi  8.15  De. 8.00  No. 4  19.55  19,51  18,35  18.30  18.22  18,08  18 03  17,56  17,43  17.38  17 22  De. 115 58  Ar. J048  10.27  1016  Do. lli 00  AVANTED-n-To Buy a Coitage on the  instalment plan. Owner leave terms at  this office. ", ���������  FOR .SALE���������The fine lesidence of Mr,  T. E. Uate, situated at 'the* .corner  of  Windermere and First Street is for sale  at the low figure ������{.?j.4no-*    For particu"'  lars Apply Cumberland News.  ������175 Imys a good lot it thiB oity.  FORHALE���������10 jicroagood laud in Co.  luoxVollo.v, suitable for oliioken ranch,  Bonutiful stream runninp throuyh pro.  perty.   Apply ut this ollice.  FOIt KALfT ~~  townsite.  Lota  011 the    Dunsmuir  FOR 8ALE���������100 ncres, 60 itoros chopped  nnd nbout 10 iiciw cluaivd. High land,  and excellent .'pasture hmd. Torino enn  bo nrrunged tu suit.  ii m iimiwi  mm**rmm*mm***imm**imm  8TYLBW0.47J  Meu's Patent Colt  Columbia DJachor  Oxford  Diamond Uit  m*t**mnwmwmm*m*mmm*m  1 or oaie at '������&������ BiG ^iOtici.  Simon Leiser & Co.Ltd.  Tlio idea that a large amount  pf rest is nccesiary is fostered by  the natural Uxiweuj. uf tlie an*  imal that is in ijs Sleep is largely a laxy habit which grows up.  on people through over indulgence iu babyhood, and is chieily  ftlial'p" "ft"'" "M nii9 ������'h"H wc  jjpyc lei������nrc for wisrlom,  Dominion  Hotel  Victoria, B. O*  Tito lint������������������������vr(i liOwot- thnn othor  firct-olnsfi lintels, with Accomodation Superior to many,  Koouih with or without bnth.  American Plan   11.00  to 32.50.  pt������r day.  Kurojicnn   Hlan,    iti������oin������ only,  .fiflto $1.50, por day.  hm Hus,  STEPHEN aONBS,  ������������������STAR"       ;:  tiwnr I  Stable  I Hayman & Maxwell.::  Propriotorfl,  m fEAMSTRRS, ���������ntj URAVMENi.  nSlNGI.E nnd DOIJIH.K Hlf.Si ���������  Vrtr HIKE. ALL ORDERS"  j;PROMPTLY ATTENDED   TO\ \  I '*���������* "���������"��������� mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmt ,  j 3rd St. fiumberland j;  -H"B"H'fil'W'f'H������H,H>i'Hi  Thousand Mllq and Commutafion Tickets on sale, good ovti rail und stean.ei  lines, ut two and onc-li^lf cents per mile.  Special trains and steamers for Excur-  sions, and reduced cues for parties may  be arranged fot on application to thc  Dist, Pass. Agent .U Victoria,  The Companv reserves the right to  change without previous notice, Hteamcru  sailing dates and hours of sailing.  Excursion Tickets on Sale from and lo  all Stations, good for going journey Saturday nnd Sunday, reluming not later  han Mondny,  3, W. TROUP, flon. Sny, B.O. Count Ber,  O. I, COURTNKY, Dirt. Frt. A 1'������m. Ag,  Granite awl Marble Worlc������.  (Jranito and M������ bio Monument!, Tab-  lota, bto,, at the lowont priooi, oon-  ain tent with flml-olast utook and  worltm������n������hlp.    Writs for partioulan.  1000-shares Richard 111 niiu.  ing stock, 50 cents per share-  apply at this o$ce,  FOR SALK-Hifi ucroB, ono milo wbIIof  front, 4.0 acros oloftiwl; 2 houneH, ouo con.  taining 8 rooms, unother ll rooms; barn  50 x 3d. A most dcsiirablo place for a  Bummor rosort nnd oontrnl plnoo for n  hold,  A. Steuiaft,  Yates St.  Victoria,  B. C,  ���������*������������������^^������������������        1������������������������������������������  Moppocbl Bros,  Jo .A. ^K. Ji.} ^C\j 5  WANTJOD���������About ton acros cleared,  with or without hoimo. Mnst be good  land and frontiug wntor. Btnto lowest  priuo,  FOR BALK���������8 dovuvy oowh, froslt, and  In flrsli-clusH condition; nine a few yonr-  ling hoifoiM.   Apply to W, M. Roy.  ���������^������^'   ��������� ******������������������mi ���������������������������' ���������wim���������mmmm*v\ 1 nm^wfHiw ,i       i���������,������������������um*mmmm*mmmm  $800 CASH bnys flrit-olasi houso  on Mnryport nvnnuo.  FOR SALliJ On uoarly new ICnstrnHn  snnp shot oiimern nt it Bnrgaiu, Apply  tliis O lli co.  QRlfiAD, Cakei and Pio* deliver  od daily to any part of City,  FULL STOCK  ���������**m*mmsm*m*mmw  FOR SALK���������911 terns, with 10 ncres  cleared; $j,ooo worth of timber, fir ccd������  ar, white pine, and spruce, 75 acres of  bottom land. S roomed house and outbuildings. Lota of spring water, nnd on������  ly about 3 miles from Cumberland.  $1150 Cash buys one of the bost houses  in Cuniberland, Jlcautifiilly situated,  Term could be arranged for tuna pay-  men! j.  ranch, 6  1100 buys���������100 nores   timber  miles from Courtenay.  FofHnle^Ifl0ncl^s~2^  ney.About 20 acres cleared some years ������.  go. V*IM in lino of railway eonfitruction,  Close to Courtenay river.  FOR SALK���������A farm of 160  acres, also house and bam, situated near Coinox valley Beautiful   location, convenient to the  -- ,        saltwater.    For particulars ap.  (rrorertes | piyRt this office THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  *i  Nearly nil goods tn this Una nt tba  present time are adulterated and in  fact unfit to use.  GILLETT'S is used by th* beat bakers and  caterers everywhere.  REFUSE    3UBSTITUTB8.  QILLETT'S costs no more than the inferior  adulterated goods.  SU3STITUTE8.  COMPANYI  REFUSE  |E.W.GILLETT.ffg!fflS|  TOR ONTO. OfJT.  ������������������������������������in ii ini in   ninii mn  NOTIOE.  .Riding.on locomotives arid  rail  way cars of   the   Union   Colliery  Company by any  person   or   persons���������except rain crew���������io strictly  prohibited.    Employees  r.,re sub-  iec to dismissal for allov   ag same  By order  Francis D. Liitn*:  '.",������������������'"������������������;,*" Manager.  Men ������ CrateM  STAY AT THE...   .   VENDOM.E.  t&     AVL. OONVKNIXNOES   VOR   GUESTS.  SiEBS.  TREES, PLAHT8.  " \ ' ��������� ���������.       FOR THE  FA&$, GARDEN^ LAWN  ^CONSERVATORY  NO seedless plums, NO pitlese   apples. NO c������������blesscom���������just old  reliable varieties 31 reasonable  prices  Fertilizers Bee  Supplies  Spray Pumps  Spraying Materials Cut Flowers  Etc,    Etc.  Oldest established nursery on the  Mainland of B.C.        Catalog Free  M. J. HENRY  Ad-  Greenhouses aud P. O.  dress���������3010 WeBtmiaater Road.  BRAN0HNURSER1 RS-*-South Vancouver  P.S.���������If your local merchants do not  handle my seeds, send direct. We prepay 56 packets absorted varieties of  GARDEN SEEDS in ordinary 5c papers  Rested stock) to your nearest post office  for $1���������20 packets for 50c,, trial collection  \ " ���������' ���������:''���������/���������. *.. '������������������ '     '*' '��������� ���������'.  oooob oooooooooooooc  LASTDAGT.  Thr Bar is Suvplikd with  B������st Liquors and Cijcars  0. GANNER  amin  JAPANESE  at a Low Price,  Wholesale and Retail.  Sweet and Clean'pi 1  ity  Bo lbs $2.66  No. 5 Japtown,.,..CmnWiand B".  ������������������������������*������. ��������� mrwm***'mm.'*1**mmmm,+**Wmm**im*m  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLAWS  CANDY, FRUITS,  0IOAR8"������fc TOBACCOS.  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Oor������vnioHT8 4 c.  SAnyone Minding a Bitot oh nnd dusorlptloti may  woklr mflortnln imr opinion froo.wlu"   ivantion In prol>������uly im  omjitrliit rcmiflilontml  JoklT moortnln imr opinion frnu wlioilior wn  .....,��������� ..-i...      "ommutiloB.  on I'Htijntj  IltOIIK,  noolie  8nloklr maortnin imr ,,.-,.  .oiiMtriot r Jimflilontinl. IlANDBiDK on  Millfrui. OMMt iwonay furrittauriniiPfi  Thrt-mti tftftoii throuun Munn Axro.  t*4tUd nottet, without otinrao, in tUe  Scientific American.  A htndinmoly ltlnit.nit.Ml weakly, Uriteit elr-  onintliiji of nny fjoloMlllQ lonriw, Turmt, $a t*  rturt fmirmoiillii, ������l. HoMljynil nownlnNlorn.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  Tho aront Utorlno Tonlo, nnd  Snly  safe  olH>r*timl Monthly  , tflffulator on which wonion oan  racj)una, fold in threo aoarooa  of jBtron������ttlJrNo. 1, fl I No. ft  , . in dern*cet* Rtrrtnfw. M������ sn. %  *i  for miiuouiI wwqu, tt por box.  -W     i^Ji   Pw V Ml rtru-rFH W roil  7    \f(     Prepaid on rooolnt of prina,  BflMMtNflimCa.ToiOMTO.dNT. UorrtyrlvWiryiliej  ������iwauawB  MOTiCii.  166������ore������, more or lens, nt Jlnmfleld  Creek, Barclay DIhLi iot. This land car-  riea the oonl nnd in honvily tliubored.  I'rioo tir������,oo<>.  Don't bo xninlcd bnt the tormlnun on  Vanoouver iHlnml ou tho West Co������wt the  nearest point to tho Orient of ope or probably two or throe of the ������rent rofltinont-  ol rnilvrnvi will be Ht Harolay Hound.  I am prepared   to     O  furnish Stylish Rigs     q  and do Teaming at     C  reasonable rates,       ��������� 9  D. KILPATR1CK      O  Cumberland q  000 OOOOOOOOO0OOOOO0  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  o  JWood.?s-Pb.espliediMf  The. Great English   Remedy.  Tones and invigorates tho wholo  >U9 system,   mukoa   nov  L.ia old Voins. Cures Ncn-  nervous  'illoodin     out Debility, Mental and Brain. Worry, Dc-  pondency, Sexual Weakness, Emissions, Sjk-  matorrhaa, and Effects ofAhuseov Evccn.'ct,  Pricoifl per box, stxfor$5. Ono willplisaso.x.x  will euro. Sold by all drygfl-iuts or mailed in  plain pkg. on receipt of prico. New pani^-hle*  mailed free. Tho Wood M*dlcln������ Oo. ��������� ,  iformerly Windsor) Toronto, Ont  OUR BEST t  OLU6INQ   OFFERS  This p^piir AND A NEW Subsoription to  Ri.*gular prion for both,   Our Price  Daily Witness,      $4.50. ���������.    $3.00  Weekly Witness,    2.50 2.00  World Wide.         3.00 2.2,5  Northern Messenger 1.90 1,7S  Our ualoulatiouii ure based utriotly 011 no  oaih in advance.   .Samples of these paper  may be seen at our olfloo.  When In Courtenay Stay At  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  Tho Oenttal Hotel for Sportsmen  None but thc Best of Wines and Liquors  at the Bar.  RATES REASONABLE  II IJ I .'..J.! '-���������J"  John Johnston,    Prop.  Cumberland Real  Estate Agency,  Cumberland.B. C.  Skeeria'Xahd District  District   of   Oueen  Charlotte   Islands,  TAKE notico that John F. L. Embury,  of Reginu, Saskatchevviiu, BurriBter-nt-  la\y, intends to apply for a special timber  licence over tbe fblliwintr described  Ir-iids:���������situate on the North side of  SkidegatH Iulet, Graham Island.  Claim No 1���������Commencing at a post  plantcnl ou the North West coruer of iot  16a liausro 4 ruuuinjf north 40 chains,  east 160 chains, south 40 chains, wat 160  chains back to tho phict* of begiuuing.  aud oputniuingC'K' acres more or less.  Dated May 4th,- 39D7.  JOH N  F. L. E M JJU HY- A pplicaut.  ' Cabl G. Johnston-ii,' At(ent'  ClaimNo. 2���������Commonciuj.r at a post  planted on the North Weut corner of  viaim No. 1, runuing Nortli 40 olnnns,  Bast 160 chains, South 4U chains, West  ISO chains, back tothe place of beginning  and containiug 640 agres more or less.  Dated May 4th 1907.  JOHN F, L. EMBURY-Applicant.  Carl, G. Johnstoxe, A������ont  Claim No, 3���������Commencing at a post  planted on the Nprth West coiner of  ClaimNo.2. running North 40 chains,  East 160 chains, South 40 chains, West  100 chaius, back to the place of beginning, and containiug 640 acres more or  less.  Dated May 4th, 1907.  JOHN F, L. EMBURY-Applicant,  Cabl G. Johnstonk, Agent.  Claim No, 4���������Commencing at a post  planted at the  .North  West corner  of  Claim No 3, running South 40 chaius,  West 160 chains, N-Ji'th 40 chaius,   East  jO'O chains, back to the place  of beginning and containing 640 acres more or  less.  Uated May 4th, 1907.  JOHN b\'h. EMBURY-Applicant.  Caul G* Johnstons, Ag<.*nt.  (Jlaim No 5���������Conimeuciug at a  post  planted ut the tiouth: East coruer  of  IjIalnirWl^riiianlng boutFTSO'^cKuinsr  West bO ohaius, North 80 chains, East bO  chains, b.ick to place ot begiuuing,. and  coutaiuing 64*> acres more or less.  Dated May 7th, 1907.  John Fi L   EMUURY.-t-Applicant.  Caul G. Johnstonk, Ageut.  Claim No. 0.������������������Comuaeuoing at a post  planted at the North   West oorner of  Claim  No. 4, running North 40 chaius,  East 160 chains, South 40 ohaius, West  160 chains, buck.to plnoeof:,beginning,  aud yuutuining 610 aurc's more or lets.  Dated May 7th, 1907.  John F. L. EMBDRY.-Applionnt.  CMt^ G. JpHNS'i'ONJS,  Agent  Claim No. 7.-Commeneingi?,t a pest  planted at  the North   East comer  of  Claim No. 6, running South 40 chains*  West 160 ohains, North 40 chains, East  IHOchuius, bnck to place of beginning,  aud.0011 tiuniucr 04l) acres more or loss.  Dated Mny 7th, 1907.  JOHN F. L. 1������:MBURY,-Applicant.  The drink of strong men and healthy women  .UNI('W^'R������WERY^BEER  is The Best  Bottled or in  Barrels.  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimfi B.C.  Cakl G. Johnstonk, Agent.  Claim No 8���������Commencing at a post  planted at the North East coruer of  Claiai No 7, running North 40, chains,  West 160 chains, .South 40 chains, East  160 chains, back to the place of fooght-  niug, aud coutainiug^640 acres more or  less.  Dated May 7th, 1907.  JOHNF. L. EMBURY-Applicant.  Carl G. Johnstone. Agent.  Claim No. 9���������Commencing, at a post  planted at the North East corner of  Claim No 8 rmining North 40 chains,  West 160 chaius, South 40 chains, East  160 chains, back to the place of beginning, and containing 640 acres more or  Dated May 7tb. 1907.  JOHNF. L. EMBURY,���������Applicant.  Carl G. Johnstonk, Agent.  Claim No, 10���������Commencing at a post  planted at the North  West corner  of  Claim No 6, running North 40 chiiits,  East 160 chains, South 40 chains, West  160 chains, back to the place of beginning and containing 640 acres more or less  Dated May 8th, 1907.  JOHN F. L. EMBURY-Applicant.  Caul G. Johnstonk, Agent.  Claim No. 11- Commencing at a post  plan led at the North West, corner of  Claim No 10 running North 40 chains,  East 160 ohaius, South 40 cbains, West  160 chains, back to the place of beginning and containiug 640 acres more or  less.  Dated May 8th, 1907.  ���������* J������HNJB^r4SMJ3URY~!Applicank=  Cakl G. Johnstonk, Agent.  Claim No.. 12���������Commencing at a post  plauted at the North West corner of  Claim No 11, running North 40 chains.  East 160 chains, South 40 chains. West  100 chains, back to the place of beginning and containing 640 acres, more  or  less.  Dated May 8th, 1907.  JOHN F. L. EMBURY-Applicant.  Carl G. Johnstone, Agent.  Claim No 13-Comiuenciug nt a post  planted at the North West corner ot  Claim No l-\ running North 40 chains,  East lOOohains, South 40 ohains, WeBt  160 chains, back to the plnco of beginning  ami containing 610 ncres, more or lees.  Dated May 8th, 1907  JOHN V. L. EMBURY,���������Applicant.  OahlG. Johnston!!, Agent.  ClaimNo. 14-���������Commenciug nt a post  planted nt the North Want eornor of  Claim No 18, running  North 40 chains,  Fjast ICO chains, South 40 chaina. West  160 chains, baok to the   place of beginning, and coutaiuing 640 acres, more or  less.  Dated May 8th, 19C7.  JOHN F. L. EMBURY,-Applicant  Caul G. Johnstonk, Agent.  Claim No 15���������Commencing at a post  planted at the North West corner of  Claim No 14. running North 40 chains,  Ea������t 160 chains, South 40 chains, West  160 chains, back to the place of beginning, andeoutaiuing G40 acres, more or  less.  "Dated Mny 8tb. 1907.  JOHN F. L.  EMBURY-Applicant  Cakl G. Johnstjnk, Agent.  Claim Np. 16-Commencing at a post  plauted at the North West corner of  Claim No 15, runniug North 40 chains,  East 160 chains, South 40 chains, West  160 chains, back to the place of beginning, and coutaiuing 640 acres, more or  less.  Dated May 8th, l!-07.  JOHNF. L. EMBURY-Applicant  Cakl G. Johnstone, Agent,  Claim No 17���������Commencing at a post  plauted at a post 80 chains distaut from  tho North West corner ot Claim 16 iu au  easteru direction from said North West  corner runuing North 80 chains, EaBt 80  chains, South 80 chain*, West 80 chains,  back to the place of beginning, and containiug 640 acres more or less.  Dated May 8th, 1907. .  JOHN P. L.  EMBJRY.-Applicant  Cakl G. Johnstonk, Agent   i,���������j : ���������m2-9,=  NOTICE  TENDERS are hereby called lor  tbe purchase of Lots 65, 67, 68, 73  and 74, j n the townsite of Courtenay  B. O part of the estate of Alexander  J. Mellado deceased. The lowest  dr any tender not necessarily accepted . Tenders pubject to the approval of the Court.  "Bruno Mellado"  Administrator of tbo estate of  A.J. Mellado.deceased.  Cumberland, B.C., April 17th 1907  14tl71y  WATSON'S  It will pay thoso having property of  all kinds for sale to list them with ut, giv  \\\\\ as reasonable terms of sale at possible,   If for cash *n.l cash only we mny  be able to make a deal for you.  Our commissions are reason-  abl and wc will take you through  Dtok������*i<jt to see the property listed  '.vituu:, and if there in nothing  tu suit your fancy yuu will U������tvc  the pleasure of good company  through tho banner Dairy Dis-  Hot nf Nritish CWnmbii  We will rustle, others do the  the rest and in tlie end everybody  is satisfied.  We have a good list of properties at reasonable figures,  Write for particulars to  Bates & Harrison,  Cumberland, Vancouver, Island,  British Columbia, Canada.  s\s:m\\ ;w*j  1 ���������* ** ij*',#"������������*������.,3?  ^''���������.���������^Jt''''-I-'������������������-  '��������� 'i.'A'nWni&ir&riL'i  ���������fA'iiM^tfA''L'L'  '^hmm^'-'  Wr4-  '���������'-', ���������- tf������'^M^Am*^'h'''  *:.*':..%������';f'**ft;wi**.,..  A  ^**'*ti)t>;fW%fe't^'  ,, ..A-.^'i(A.im:u..i.AA.  '^aiSja^***  ['.������������������Verv'.Ftne   ;  .,..,.*>;������������������ *  '��������� ''0������3TiUf.������������  It,   ,*-T*rm^^mm.*mmn\  hU''^i.PMf$������  fc&^MVji*,<irMIIWi  |>oiv^;''/ *<w'r-  *Wi**%'  IUUF.I  DUN  Dm]  Kins: of ������coteb Whiskies.  The HUDSONS BAY CO  Sole Agents lo   B C |*������������iMajat'?S5BI!SS!^^^^^^g**^  'CUE   ffj5\VS,   CUMBERLAND.  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  A SOCIAL LEADER  OF KANSAS CITY  Attributes   Her   Excellent   Health   to  Pe-ru-na  MRS. W.  H. SIMMONS  Mrs. W. H. Simmons, 1119 E. 8th  "St., Kansas City., Mo., member of the  National Annuity  association, writes:  "My health was excellent until about  ��������� a yea** ago, when I had a complete  collapse from overdoing socially," not  -getting the proper rest, and too many  ���������late supper? My stomach was in a  dreadful condition, and my nerves all  unstrung.  "I was advised by a friend to try  'Peruna, and eventually I bought a  bottle. I took it and then another,  and kept using it for three months.  "At the end of that time my health  ���������was restored, my nerves no longer  -troubled me, and I felt myself once  more and able to assume my social  ���������position. I certainly feel that Peruna  is deserving  of  praise."  There are many reasons why society women break down, why their  nervous systems fail, whv thev have  systemic or pelvic .' catarrh. Indeed,  ithey are especially liable to these ailments. No wonder? thev require the  sprotection of Peruna. It is their shield  sana safeguard.  "'/fl  Tiirve  Celluloid Starch needs  no cooking���������Just,  cold water and 'tis  ready. 'Twon't stick,  yet gives a better  gloss, with less iron-  rubbing, than any  starch you know.  Its price is little.  Your dealer sells it.  Try it this week,  jo*  BROTHERHOOD  OF  ST.  ANDREW  The Brotherhood of St. 'An<**ew is an  o.-g-iuization of  men   in   the   Anglic*11  co-umunion, the sole purpos<? 0f wiiich I  is, in the words    of   the constitution, i  the     spread     of     Christ's     kmgaom i  among  men,    especially    yot^g'men-"  The  simplicity: of the   object   and  the i  simplicity   of   the   rules   h*Jve   al\vavs>  biL-a tae strengui   ot   the   o'"%r.    'i/ie  t.vo rules of the Biotherhood ^re, firstly,  of Prayer,  namely,  "To ������>t*av daily  for the  spread    of    Christ's    k'mgcio"'  among men, especially young *X\en, sAid  for  God's  blessing upon  the  labois  of  the  Brotherhood";   secondly     of    Service,  namely,   "To  make   at   least voiie  earnest effort each wtck to l^ad sonie  man    nearer    to    Christ    thr������*4gh    His  cuurch."  The Brotherhood was ftfi'med in  recognition of the fact tHt eve������7  Christian man is pledged to devote ljis  lifo to the extension of th������ kingdom  of Christ on earth, It is composed of  men who are understood to have ae-  keo.vledge4 this responsibility as Vesting on themselves, and who *re ready  ti strive, like St. Andrew, t0 bfiug  their brother to the knowledge of  Je3us ChrLt, This is the fundamental  principle upon whioh the BA'������therhoi>d  has  been  established  and d*2veloped.  The growth of the Brotherhood h*s  bsen phenomenal. From a ' Small i^  ginning in St, James church., Chicago,  some twenty years ago, it hag'increased  to nearly every land in \v'Hich t)lie  Anglican communion is represented.  Canada, the United States, the West  Indies, England, Scotland, Inland an-i  Japan and other places h^Ye strong  centres of Brotherhood activities, tl������e  United States branch alone comprising  15,000 members, and employing five  travelling secretaries.  The Brotherhood in Cana<^ has df  the present time two traveling" secretaries-.in. the field, one for the West  an'l thc other working in the oast-  Since tlie appointment of t^sso hie"  the Brotherhood has grown' horn lJ5  chapters in 1902, with a membership of  830, to a present 326 chapters with ,A  membership of 3,000. The object is  not so much to increase iw member  ship as it is to surround e������cU of the  clergy with a band of ten ������v twenty  msn pledged to prayer and service foi  the extension of Christ's < kingdom.  A Dominion convention ot the organization is to be held in mnnipegi  May 23, 24, 25 and 26, 190?; 'Relegates  will be in attendance from aU 4 points  from Halifax to Vancouver, &������ well a������  the United States, and many notab'6  speakers will attend and deliver the  addresses. A strong programme hns  been prepared, and convonti������U liter*'  ture may be obtained upofl_ applied  tion to the secretary the JJominio*1  convention Brotherhood of St- Andrews  care Synod Offices, Winnipeg. Delegates from parishes where no Brotherhood chapter exists will be specially  welcome. Full particulars mW* be ot>"  tained-upoh���������applications������������������>������������������*���������  This is the first time that the Dominion convention has., beeu held i*o  the wjest, and it should prov*3 a gi'eaj  impetus to the Brotherhood and  church work generally in tlu-*' par* o*  Canada;  - The Outdoor 6oy.  Let the boy learn to hit the bright  spot with a rifle, and If war comes he  can hit the button on the coat of an  enemy the flrst shot and does not have  to be taught to 8uoot over again after  be enlists. If he is familiar with guns,  boats, water ana the wild woods, he  will be handy anywhere, and you can't  lose him. Any boy who has got a father who won't do the right thing by  him and give him a chance to love the  woods and tho water and the free,  clean air that Qod serves free, when  you get far enough away from man's  city can come along with me some  time, and I will show him how to have  the time of his Ufa-Outer's Book.  He'll Get the Girl.  Tommy Rattles was turned down  when ho asked Elsie's father for his  consent The old man wild that Tommy was a good boy, but lacked persistency,   ���������-     ��������� .  What la Tommy going to do about  It?  He goes to the old man and asks hint]  for his daughter three evenings every  week.  His Reformation.  "Yes," said the reformed cannibal  chief, "I used to eat every missionary  that came out here."  "That was before you got religion,  eh?" queried the new missionary.  "No; before I got indigestion."  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  Celluloid  StB^rcV  'O-'HE FORK'S  ANNIVERSARY  Tho six hundredth uimimsary of  the Invention <������f tlie fork is soon lo In-  oelebratod in I'aris, and sundry other  parts of the world will likewise commemorate tlio event. Thu fork was  first used by King John IV, Duke of  Bretagne, to eat fruit with, in 1307.  ���������)t course tint fact will be ici'salled that  finger* wore made befoto forks.  4tate at Ohio, City of Toleee,  -"*"���������'-"���������"*  _ Luou County,  . Frank J. Cheney makea oath that Wa  ���������te mnlor pawner of Um firm of V. 3,  ���������Cheney A Co., doing feuslneai in ths ettj  et Toledo, County and State aforemUL  and that said firm will par the nm ot  .ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS (or eaoh art  ���������very case or Catarrh that cannot be  oured by the am ofTfaire CatarrhCure.  FRANK J, CHJJNBY.  A NEW EXPLOSIVE  Potasimite is a new explore, Per*  footed in Monterey, Mexico, and first  used with success upon the ������onstrnc  tioa of a Mexican Central railroad  branch with wonderful result8* for it  is pronounced safer, cheaper (Mid (more  powerful than dynamite, Tl^se es*  plosives based upon nitrogen produce  a gas that necessitates abfthdoniug  closed wdrks, suoh as a miu0 or tuir  aui puB 'uoisojdxa aqt SuRhp 't?tJ  laborers cannot return to ..wort* for a.  long time thereafter, depending upon  tin facility for carrying off the gas-  Potaainiite is said to produoe ho no*'  ious gas, tlie only precaution rtocessar?  in its use being that the worsen get  out of the tyay of flying particles of  blasted rook.���������New York Tribune.  Learning.  Soker���������i won $50 from BIngs last  night playing poker.  Joker-Why, does Blnga know how  to play poker?  Soker-Not yet-  BABY'S FRIEND  "Before I got Baby's Own Tablets  my baby was troubled with colic and  vomiting1 and cried night and day,  and I was almost worn out But after  giving him the Tablets for a few days  the trouble disappeared and you  would not know it was the same child,  he is so healthy and .good-natured  now." This is the grateful testimonial  of Mrs. George Howell, Sandy Beach,  Que., and it, tells other mothers who  are worn out caring for cross sickly  children, how they can bring health to  the^ little one and ease to 'themselves.  Baby's Own Tablets promptly cure  the minor ailments of little ones, and  there are no, cross sickly children in  .the^homes_,Vhere-the-Tablets-aTe-usexir  bold  by all medicine  dealers, or b*y  mail at 25 cents a box from The Dr.  Williams'    Medicine,   Co.,    Brockville,  Japan has opened negotiations with  Turkey, with a view to establishing  embassies of the two countries at  their respective capitals.  HORSEMEN, READ THIS  . I have used MINARD'S LINIMENT  m niy stables for over a year, and consider it the VERY BEST for horse  flesh I can get, and would strongly recommend it to all horsemen.  GEORGE HOUGH.  Livery Stables, Quebec, 95 to 103 Ann  Street.  ���������BdaoU dlreetly on the blood an* mo**  #<m surfaces or ike system,    tod tea  tail's Family PUIa (er eo-astipstt-M  "Rambling    Waggles���������I    was    robbed  last night, and   I   reckon that* about  'fifty-throe articles    were    *t*-lt*ii  from  me.   Kvorything I had u tho world."  PoIloainBn���������KTfty-threo  srtloles 1  Rambling Wag������U*s���������Yens   a   pack   ol  oardi and a corkscrew.  Prevent Disorde*'���������At the fif8t symptoms of Internal disorder, p/U'uielc-d'0  Vegetable Pills should be vested to  immediately. Two oa' three ������f those  salutary pellets, taken before Bolng to  "bed, followed by doses of oijtf or two  pills for two or three nights it1 suocea-  HionH will sei'vo as a preventive of nf  tacks* of dyspepsia and all th<? discomforts whioh follow* in tho traif1 of that  foil disorder. The means a*u siuiVdtf  when tho way is known.  He���������Can you explain to me the 'Hf*  fnrenin bntWooii 'Shall" and "will"?  For exanvple, if I say, "Will yOb niai'vv  me?"  should you  reply,  "I Wall"  or  I WjjJl?"  Sho (coldly)���������I should yeldy, "I  won't."-Judy. '  Minard's Liniment Cures Dl'tempif  "Yes, this is my ancestral home; ft  wm hore I first saw tho light of day  twenty years ago."  "Why, you poor thing I Y-jM must  havo been blind for ton ya^g after  your birth I'���������Houston Post.  Ill fitting boots snd sW* eausfl  corns, llolloway's Corn Cur* la tli*  artlole to uso. Got a bottle H 01x1*0  and cure your corns.  A yotma man who had inU*rHed a  largo fortune from a rich but v<*ry "go*  uo'ii leal relative decided to llv������ on a  scale commensurate with   hit, greatly  .i.v..caduu   imuu.L,   ...i.i    ,\tim   llf-M^g   Hi'  rnntrementn to, lviil>l n fir������p i^nn������"lfMi,  buy an automobile and invest *h othpf  expansive luxuries, when *,& elderly  friend who had always been 0^ of lii#  advisers undertook to remonstMe with  ,hlm.  ���������nVtiot'a     tVtU     T    betr      nix -t������*      ,.A,.f  srmanderlng tho money your d*\ole* left  you,  Harry?"  said  tho elderl/ friend.  "I atn not going to squander it," h������  answered, "but I?m going to Un ������otx\t  good out of It." ,  "It's enough to mako him f-������������n ������v������r  In his grave.   Didn't your unc,e P">vc  In htu own tv.x* that a mau cfhld h\C  on s personal expenditure of K'si than  I M.fWO a v^sr?" '  I    "Yes."  "Weill"  "Well, he pioved It ao w.f-xoxig^f  that I scnept it as dem^itrat<������d.  What is the use of my continuing the  eiperlmeail"  The Chilian government has accepted  the offer of a Belgian vand German  syndicnto to survey a longitudinal railway.  THE LATE MR, C. B. RECORD,  rOVNBSi ������������ THS RKOR0 VOVNBBf.  RepMdueed above, It a portrait ef (he lets  Mr. C. B. Record, the founder and original  head of the Record Foundry m Machine  Co., of Moncton, N.D., and Montreal,  Previous t# Mr. Record going Into the  Manufacture or itoves, those used In,  C*4i������U* Vint* #'tmu#t *������l������u<>^ ut Au.t*L<������<4  ������aflufne������������re. The cha'nctfir of the work  turned ei^ by the Record Foundry ft  Machine Co., at ones gave their stoves a  ���������landlrtf, and as 1, result ��������� very large  business soon grew up, largely owing <o  Mr. Record's untiring industry and per>  severance against many obstaclM*  Although Mr. Record retired from aet'vt  business as far back ss 1979, the solid  basis on whlab ho bad established the in*  iustry, has resulted in Its growth from a  sturdy pioneer Into ont of tht largeit stove  manufacturing plants on tbt northern half  of the American continent, Witb two  largo pltnte, ont In Moncton end ont In  Montreal, the Record Foundry ft Machlr.i  Co. are known from Halifa* to Vancouver,  and their "Caloriflc* and '��������� Admiral"  furnaces and "Penn Esther" rangr*  recognised ss tke staadard of Canadbo  t-tttStMt,  THE  ME1MLIC  C OMPANY LwVtec  CORRUGATED  ir,:'M!Ei'.*il;i  llll!'   ���������!'  .*'!������  IRON  Toronto  Good Reasons  WHY OUR  Corrugated Iron  o Is Preferred  by Those Who Know  1  We use only best Apollo or  English sheets.      ������  v l  ' The corrugations are pressed  one at a time���������-not rolled���������fitting  perfectly, both at ends and sides  without waste.  No scale, pin holes br other  defects are ever found in our  goo'da.  The galvanized sheets are  coated on both sides with all the  galvanizing material that can ad-  hero to them.  The painted sheets are coated  on both sides with best quality  paint.  We furnish any slxe or gauge  required ��������� either curved or  straight  If you desire durable quality  and certain economical aatlafac-  tion, send us your specifications  ���������r write for further information.  NO CHEAP TRASH , n  1  ti  WESTERN CANADA FACTORY, 7W NOIRE DAMB AYENUEn WINNIPEG.  HEAD OFFICE,  - TORONTO-  KENDALL5 5PAVIH CURE  The Rorsenai's Friend  ���������Sale aid Sure.  If yon bare a Umt hone, get KeadiiU's Svtiiq Car������._tf mr*,  " *       * it ofaSpmin, Strain <  7h������ve^������-heoMstb*������t"y^ir������ia^?erlc on ������cconnt  or  Bruise, g-et Kendall's" Spavin Cure.   If you have a howe, that; evenThe  - **rttir}i,'i7 <2f,'Lcure..cf* *P**fa-������r ***y Soft Bundiea or Swellin������-������t  Kendall's Spavin Cure. ���������    "  tiitVLltltetXiml.^ *-* ��������� *���������  " I have been wring KendaJl'a Spavin Cure for the last & yeara.  and always flad It sal��������� and sore." HUBERT P. McNSIIX.  ll.ibottle-flfor|Bi. Write for a eppy  of our great book "Treatise On The  Horse." It's a mine of information for  farraersand[horsemen, who want to keep     M*MI  O  DR. ���������. J. KCHDAU.CO.,  KRoeauae r*iia,   ���������   vhmont, U.S.a.  Miserable AU Tbe Time?  Dull headaches���������beck aches���������low spirited���������hatt  tht sight of food���������don't sleep well���������all tired out ia  tbe morning���������no heart for work t  GIN PILLS  will snaKe you well  Yoor kidneys are affected���������either through overwork, expoeure or disease. It is the Kidneys that  are malting you feet so wretched, Gin Pills cure sick  kidneys���������make yoa well and strong-give you all  tout old time energy and vitality, Cheer np���������and  take Gin Pills, xoe. s box���������6 for $3.50. Sent on  receipt of price if your dealer does not hsndlo them.  ���������OLtDRUaCO.    ���������     WINNIPMCQ, MAN.    63  THE IDEALLY PERFEOT OEREAL FOOD  SHREDDED  1M1IMP M*mf  Contains more muscle*  nuking. brain-buildinf  mstsrisl than corn 01  oats, snd ls mors easily  digested, being made d(>  festlble   bf   iteam  cook*  ng, shredding  snd  bsk>  Always purs.   BISCUIT foi Breakfast; TWSCUIT for Lunoheon.  * All Grocers���������13c ��������� csrton, or 2 for 25c.  DKROKirilfCi   WOW   ImOmm*  ���������jJijtmlta nana era namttarmm.  rrrtiHw"  LI.M������s^nit������S.0sts(H,0sfc<  ITAMMCPIKPIS  The ARNOTT METHOO is the  only logical method for the cure  of Stammering. It trsnts ths  CAUSE, net merely the HABIT,  end insures natural speech.  Pamphlet, psrtlculsrs and references ssnt en request.  THE ARNOTT INSTITUTE,  Berlin, Ont., Can.   raise  -Iheyere eftta eoiuridmd of ne eon*  mmOManet. ButatUfUtbriUMhMbam  ** UNIMINT  |*������0thMUM|������In.prtTMiU  sortniM,  \a Ititumn  ifeats dlseelor.  rsduess fysll-  . _j wjssfie, __....__-, ������������������  Infs, *tnr* ttm ItitummttMn, adds t  rent oomfort, mtsats afur-������flf*cU.  PflWlBftlTO.WSW"  W.  N.   U.   Nt.  ������3S *'  A  ���������v  THE   NEWS,  CUMBERLAND. BRITISH   COLUMBIA  Housemothers in Weekly Conference With Marion Harland  Beets and Dahlias.  .1 notice a request for directions for canning beets without vinegar. I have put them  up successfully for several years in the  following manner:  Cook as usual, selecting as young and  tender beets as possible. When tender, rub  the skins off and put in cans, cutting only  as much aa is necessary to get the beets  Into the cans, Fill the cans brhnful with  beets, then to overflowing with boiling  water and screw on the cover tightly.  I should like to ask for advice in my turn.  My dahlias grow line and large, and bud  freely, but the buds drop off, so that I have  not had a single blossom. I can discover  no vermin.   What can I do for them?  Mrs. G.  (SInclairvllle, N. Y.).  My English gardener, to whom I have  referred the dahlia dilemma, thinks  your plants have not sunshine enough to  bring the blossoms to perfection. Dahlias, he says, "need a pile of sunlight."  They grow tall and rank in the shade,  but will not flower freely. Perhaps  some horticulturist may suggest something else?  Yinegar Without the Apples.  From the wilds of Mexico a reader would  request that you send a recipe for making  white vinegar. There are no apples or  grapes here. Also a recipe for making a  good grade of scented toilet soap.  Mrs, D. S. (Mexico).  As I said a week or two ago, a tolerably good vinegar may be made of weak  green tea, sweetened and set In a warm  place to ferment. But think of living  In a country that produces neither apples nor grapes! You have our warmest sympathy under the deprivation. I  am told that cactus flgs, crushed, turn  to vinegar if left in the sun, You can  surely get these.  Will some of our excellent soapmakers  answer the second request?  A Remedy for Fleas.  I cannot but appreciate the benefits that I  have received from your column, although I  have never asked anything through it However, I desire to ask if there is any disinfectant or drug that would be an aid in  getting rid of fleas. We are troubled considerably with them, and would be very  grateful for a remedy, * ��������� <>���������  I would say that .1 do not think many of  your readers know how to keep salt dry ln  the salt cellar.   If a little cornstarch were  ��������� used   they   would   find   that   that   trouble  would be remedied.  * A BUST HOUSEWIFE (Buffalo, N. Y.).  Pennyroyal gathered green and strewed thickly over the floor and under  beds, gathered up when dry, and burned, will drive away fleas. Oil of pennyroyal may be used by those who cannot get the green herb. An ounce,  stirred into a gallon of boiling water,  makes a wash which should be applied,  scalding hot, to bedsteads and cracks in  and around the flooring.  I can certify to the efficiency of the  cornstarch in preventing salt from caking In damp weather.  Rust Stains.  Kindly tell me through your valuable columns how to take rust stains out of a  child's white dress.  Mrs E. H. O'B.  Soak all night in sour butterriiilk;  next day wash in pure water, dry and  wet the spots with lemon juice and lay  ln the sun all day. Throw into pure  water at night and soak twelve hours.  Wash, then, in the usual way.  To Preserve Eggs.  Can you give me a recipe for bouillon that  can be quickly made? All I have require  so much time,  Some months ago one of our brothers, "B,  B." from Minneapolis, asked for a cake .  without eggs. I do not recall seeing an  answer to this appeal. A few days ago I  found In my cook book such a recipe, and  determined to try this means of reaching  **B   B "  As this Is the season when the good housewife, ant-like, ls preparing for winter, I  will send my recipe for keeping eggs. Make  a solution of one quart of salt and one  quart of lime (measured after lt is thoroughly slaked), two gallons of hot water.  Mix In a large vessel and set to cool; drain  off che solution and put Into an earthenware jar. Examine each egg carefully, for  lf one Is cracked or impure it will ruin aU.  Test each egg by placing it ln a vessel of  fresh water. If it remains on the bottom  of the vessel, you put tt In the solution, if  It floats at all. It is fit for immediate use  alone. When the eggs reach within a few  inches oi the top of the solution, add more  liquid. Always keep the eggs well covered.  I use a five-gallon Jar and keep the eggs  until April. The lime renders the shell very  thin, so care must be taken in removing  the eggs for use.   So much of the solution  is absorbed by the egg often It Is difficult  to separate the white from the yolk. But a  few strokes are necessary to beat the whites  perfectly stiff.  Mrs. J. H. SIcC.  Your services In our behalf should'be  requited by something better than a  regretful���������"I know of no quick way of  making bouillon." I can return no other  answer. You may expedite the process  by soaking the chopped meat in cold  water for an hour before setting it  over Are, Can any wiser housemother  help our fellow-member?  The recipe for eggless cake will be  found in another column,  "Pretty Way" of Hemming.  The other day a neighbor came In with  a dozen table napkins, asking me to hem  them my "pretty way." as she said,  While doing so. lt occurred to me that it  might act as a suggestion to some of your  many constituents, who need to eke out a  slender income, if I spoke of it. It seems  to "me many who buy a good quality of  table linen would be willing to pay���������say  75 cents a dozen for having napkins hemmed, or JI for the largest size. They  are much daintier hemmed bv hand, but  many have no time to spare for It. Perhaps  the linen deoartments of the stores would  be wiling to call.their patrons' attention to  it, If some one left cards with name and  address. There might also be work for some  one to do who knew how to wash blankets  well. "A professional blanket washer!" I  wish I knew one now. I know how mvself,  but am not strong enough. In Scotland we  used to trample them with our feet.  I enjoy your column very much. It seems  to be doing a helpful work ln this sin-sick  world. While It seems bright to me, your  correspondence reveals much sadness everywhere, and one ot tbe things which seems  so sad is the need of many middle-aged  women to earn a livelihood.   Some of them  cannot leave home.    Hence,  the res son of  my sending along this  suggestionv  J. S. S.  Bvery good housekeeper Who :;as au  eye to what you call  "pretty ways,"  hems  her  napkins and  tablecloths,  or  has them hemmed by hand.   This is so  well known that the sight of a machine  hem upon napery is a positive offense to  the eye.   Your suggestion that "some of  your many constituents who need to eke  out a slender income" might avail themselves of this housewifely prejudice and  offer to do neat hemming for those who  have not the time to undertake it themselves is excellent, but not new.    The  department stores to which you refer  give customers the choice of hemmed or  tinhemmed tableDlinen, sheets, etc.   In  purchasing these, lf the customer specifies  that  the  work  must  be  done  by  hand, she will pay more for it than for  machine hemming.    Knowing this, she  will act wisely to have the linen sent  home unhemmed, lf she chance to know  of some private seamstress who will be  glad  of  the  work.    For  years  T   had  napery, towels and bed linen hemmed  and marked  with  embroidered  initials  by a worthy woman, who made much of  her slender  Income by taking in such  work.   There are in every community,  however small, those to whom erhplo>-  ment of this sort would be a godsend if  housewives would seek them out instead  of    expending    their    own    time    and  strength in stitching upon "white work."  The same may be said of the new profession  you  propose���������that  of   blanket  THE CARE OF BEDS AND BEDSTEADS  Two Rescues.  (1) May*, I ask a favor?   I send you a  piece of my dress.   The waist Is lined with  - blue cambric and there ls a separate blue  lining  for skirt     There are  three  narrow  ruffles on the  bottom of skirt,  with  narrow baby-blue velvet ribbon  on the edge.  The waist is a so trimmed with the ribbon.  Is there any way to clean and not wash it?  _ j:?]Li_Jbam_wme���������tapestry���������curtains.���������ollve���������  "green and rose.   Where they were draped  they got spiled by  heads  hitting  against  them.   I cleaned them with * gasoline and  lt took out the color.    How can I restore  It?   I hope I have not worn your patience  to a thread. D. O. C. (Wyoming).  r The gown could be cleaned with flour  and salt,.or. with block magnesia, or  with powdered fuller's earth���������any one  of which should be well rubbed Into  the stuff and left in for a week.  But���������those ruffles and rows of velvet  ribbon! Were I in your place I should  rip them off and clean them separately.  J have never heard of gasoline fading  anything. It takes out dirt, but not  color, You might dip a corner of on������  icurtaln In alum water, made strong  with ammonia, and see if the color will  return    >ven partially.  By Mary B. Carter  Copyright, 1905, by A. S. Barnes & Co.  BEDSTEADS and mattresses require  vigilant care to keep them clean  and free from dust or vermin and  protected against spotting of any *  sort. The whole character of any housekeeping is unmistakably stamped by the  appearance, of the bedsteads and the  mattresses when they are uncovered.  Mattresses once soiled are very difficult to clean without taking them  apart They should never be left uncovered for any great length of time,  and when in use ought to have slipcovers of strong muslin that can be removed and washed periodically. When  they are moved about, their covers  should always be left on. It is hardly  necessary to expatiate upon the trifling work of washing these covers as  compared with cleaning the mattresses  when once they get soiled. Their covers  are also advantageous because they protect them from dust, especialy where it  is difficult to remove in and around the  tufting. When not so protected mattresses should be swept monthly with  a whisk broom, and all of the tufts  thoroughly brushed free from dust  which may get around or in them during the intervals between the regular  cleaning days._    _ *;  -. ������������������������������������������������������  ���������'   .."  .-  ���������-Mattressesrihay"be kept like new for  years if they are systematically turned  daily���������one day reversed from side to  side, and the next from top to bottom.  This method helps to equalize the pressure upon them of the human body, and  prevents their becoming Boon packed in  spots, as they do when no attention is  paid to mattress turning. It lightens the  labor of turning and insures greater  variety of pressure, lf mattresses for  double bedsteads are made ln sections  easy to handle.  Little quilted and washable bed protectors come neatly made and bound.  They are inexpensive and should oe a  part of the furnishing of all beds, but  especially for those of children and very  old people. They are easily made at  home, where there is a sewing machine,  which, in these days, most houses have.  A careful housekeeper, after many years  at housekeeping with the same beds  and furniture generally, will have a  nicer house and everything in better  condition than an inexperienced, careless one, beginning with everything new  and of the best, will have at the end  of a very few years of non-caretaklng.  Twice a year, in line weather, mattresses should have a good sunning, in  the open air, hanging over lines; while  they are outside is a fitting time to have  them well thrashed with a bamboo rug  whipper. This need ; not cause an upsetting of all the rooms at once. They  can be done, one or two at a time,  gradually, but methodically, in order  not to overlook any one.  JUNE THE BEST MONTH  Here again, the housewife's notebook  will be found serviceable, because she  can check off each one when it is done.  A  family  of ordinary  size  may   have  about eight or perhaps ten mattresses.  Taking two or three a day, or having  them done when the room where they  belong is   being  cleaned,   the  job  will  not be at all formidable.    But a  sun  bath four hours twice a year ought to  be given to every mattress that is in  constant use.   One should be given in  ���������very���������cold,���������clear,-���������frosty-weather:���������And  June is usually the best month for the  other sun and air bath.    It is safe to  assert that those who are so fortunate  as to sleep on beds thus cared for will  be in less danger of suffering from Insomnia,   and   will   enjoy   better  health  than others who sleep on non-aired and  packed mattresses.   The reason is apparent, for one is wholesome and the  other  unwholesome,    Of  course,  after  the mattress has been out In extremely  cold weather it should be placed in a  warm room  long enough  to take  the  chill off before any one sleeps on it, or  else It should have a hot iron passed  over it on both sides before the bed is  made up to be  immediately occupied.  Common sense should always be used  when   rules   and   regulations  about   a  house are being made or followed.  It Is a good plan to have wire lines  put up on piazzas or on second-story  roofs accessible from windows, and  then mattress airing is simplified and  the labor minimized. Another advantage  of this airing is that in case of a sudden  shower they can be taken in quickly,  and therefore escape getting damp. By  first spreading down a large piece of  unbleached muslin upon a sonny roof,  the mattresses can lie but there with  safety. A clever woman of ideas will,  after one or two hints, think of ways  and means for airing and doing the  many things that fall under this head  of house management. The great secret  for all thorough housekeepers to learn  and faithfully practice is, "Let your  head save your heels a journey." There  will be always steps enough to keep  (their blood in good circulation.  People living in crowded cities, with  little or no yard space, and those unfortunates who dwell in flats, will, of  course, have to content themselves with  airing before open windows; better that  than none at all; but they will require  window ventilation for their mattresses  six times as often as the happy beings  who live where they can have a patch  of green grass all their own and ample  airing space outside their houses. Pil-  ^0WB^qlsMES_a.nd_!evei3tthingJilled~with~  "feathers or down should be treated  much the same as mattresses.  Pillows and bolsters can be. kept In  good condition by pinning them on lines  out in the open air, and letting them get  a thorough sun and air bath. If they can  be spared long'enough it does them good  to have a summer shower bath, provided  they can be left outside afterward to  get perfectly dry. But this should never  be done during a damp season. The  right time Is when sunshine and showers  alternate, and when the sunshine lasts  long enough to dry whatever is outside.  Pillows and bolsters, as well as mattresses, should have slip covers. On  some accounts slip covers for pillows  are even more necessary than any of the  others, as pillows are, in many ways,  more exposed to soil and are unsightly  and unpleasant tf not perfectly clean.  washing.   The woman who can cleans**  blankets without "fulling" or stretchlsk-gr.  them, and who adds to this accomplisli-  jnent that of washing flannels without  shrinking them, should certainly be attte-  to turn a tidy dollar over many times Jt  week if she would hang out her shifl&tc?  and  distribute  cards  in  her  neighborhood.    Husbands and  bachelors  wooi&  rise up and call her blessed, and wifely  brows gather fewer anxious lines thaw  now accumulate with the overseeing at*  the weekly wash.  A Place for Baby  A Virginia housemother slips agalfcai.  Into our Family Circle, and is cordially/  welcomed.  I  am   the   mother of  four���������ages  from  S->  months to 9 years���������two girls and two boy������_  Oh! they make "musses," and noise, bat.  we all have fun together.   What is a bomfe,  without   children?   1   just   love   babl*w!  a.  wanted to say  to a "Proud Mother"  tbu..  I  am one,   too.   My last   baby  weighed Ws  pounds at birth, and 20 pounds at 2 moulte.  I did not weigh him afier that, but at a**:  months I could scarcely iranage him comfortably  on my lap,  and  he was quite *t  "chunk"  to  lift.   He Is teething  now a**.  just recovering from whooping cough, so Ws  has fallen off a great deal.   If the "members"   who  do  their own  work  will  talc*  a good-sized box of smooth wood, Just d������*p������  enough for baby when standing to see a<m-  ttoe top; take off one side and nail stripsoT.  smooth wood across this opening from oat-  torn to top, having the bars run horizontally, not perpendicularly, it is fine for bans-  when he first sits alone.    He can see out.  and the draught from the lloor isn t on mas*  either.    If he is creeping tbout,   it  keeps  him from getting hurt or bothering motntr  when she is In  "such a hurry!" Jie loam  begins to take hold of thc cross bars mnau  ull up,  and  then  to walk around inside,  have a small milk to nut. <" tJKi^-eil.  but a piece of blanket or ������sh������?eJ tftl-^d ���������CU'*  do.  The rest of this letter must ue xwer-  U -atfl next week for lack of room.  F  ''���������Restoring Shrunken Flannels.'*  I notice under the above heading that on*  cf your correspondents is desirous of obtaining a recipe for "shrinking," which wa**  published in your Corner some time as**.  I cut out the said recipe at the time, and;  now take pleasure in Inclosing it for thfc*  benefit of your correspandent.  Here is the clipping: _  "I prepared a hot, 'sudsy' water with soap-  powder;  put ln  the  flannels and let  then*  soak a couple of hours; by that time the>  water was cold. ���������        . .   ������ ..__  "I added more hot water and rubbed the** .  by hand until clean, adding a little moi������  of the soap powder, then rinsed them te..  clear hot water, and dried by a hot fire. ���������������>  over a register. They came out mm*  softer, and continuing the process from' w������k..  to week the fibres gradually loosened Brand the garments became almost as Iargt-  as at flrst," o���������  I send this in answer to the appeal ������JfC  "'Worried Mother." A child here worn lett  very deaf by measles. Her father too*  hi? to a specialist, who taught her to^holA  her nose and blow her breath through  hi? ears This reheved her in less tha������_  two weeks. They did not find it necea*-  iary to use any medicine.  JurvE),  \J. -.        m      .  Cost of Living  THE EXTRA BABY  The Dry Shampoo  AMONG all the bitter tragedies of  childhood thero is none so terrible as that of being the extra  baby in the home, whom nobody  wants. Yet there's an extra child in  many a family���������some one who doesn't  "belong" in the full sweet sense of the  word. Nothing in the " wholo wide  world ever man.es up for It.  You can bear it better when you are  older, after you've learned not to care,  not to expect the Bort of affection  you've longed for so passionately,  though It's not a good losson to have  to learn, But the unhupplness of a  little, puzzled being, trying his bost  to understand why his sister, or  brother���������or both���������is loved and potted,  while ho himself ls always ln the  way, is pitiful. M  Thero Is never any reason for it.  That ls tho terrible part of It; it Is  apparently jUHt a curious marking of  fate, which loaves one child lonely and  wistful in a family where affeotion  and Intercut are tho rule, wltb tbat  ono pathetic exception,  Here Is the story of one child, who  thuuKht, from the time Bhe was old  enough to think, that she didn't be*  long to tier mother. Her fathor sho  was sure of���������everybody told her sho  "was the Image of him,' but hor constant fear was that her mother would  iind hor out and send her away)  Another Uttlo child, with th-t hor-  ror of the dark which amounts to positive disease among somo nervous  children, cried horself to sleep night  after night, creeping down under the  covers to hide the sobs which would  come, but which ahf dared not lot any  one hear.  t  ���������And another - thera are millions of  Ike ease; - used to soy "she wasn't  frightened," and promise "to be good  und not bother any one If fathor and  mother went out," And then, after they  went, she would cry her little heart out  with the fright and loneliness of the  nnpty house. Tiny as she was, she had  earned to He about her fears - had  earned to dread the hard, Impatient  look that wns their inevitable reception.  And now1? Hho t* 1������ now. nnd hns neve*'  been chums with either father or mother. "She is so hard to control," the*.  ������'gh! Would she have been if circumstances had been different?  There's usually enough mother love to  go around, no matter now big a familj  of babies are about her. It's more ofte.**  the fathor who takes a curious antipathy to ono of his children���������perhaps be*  cuuse he and the child are too muci  alike. Then it takes all a mother's tau  to prevent open rupture, which usually  takes the form, while the child is littie  of tyrannical punishment.  xou men and women with babies, look  to It that among thom there's none eating his baby heart out in a pussiona'c  hunger for the love and petting which  are his birthright. Even Jf he's not sc  cunning as his chubby sister, nor sc  bright as his sturdy brother, he's youn  ���������yours to love and to give u heritagi  of only huppy child memories to. ThlnH  of tho woman who'd glvo anything ������  IF you are so susceptible to cold that  you fear to wet your hair during  the winter months, try the dry orris  shampoo, in connection with massage  and brushing.  Purchase 10 cents worth of powdered orris-It will be sufficient for two  shampoos, unless the growth is very  heavy ��������� carefully brush the hair,  working it through with tho fingertips, tie tho head up in a towel and  allow lt to remain over night, The  orris will absorb tho oil and dirt from  the hair and scalp during the night,  and may bo brushed from the head ln  the morning,  If you havo any doubts aa   to tho  efficiency of thla method of shampooing, spread a white cloth over the  bureau or dressing table, to catch the  powder as it falls; brush the hair free  and seo the complexion of the orris,  Some little if it may cling to the nair  for a day or two, when with the  nightly brushing It will disappear,  Not only Is this an effective shampoo, but a very agreeable one, imparting **��������� dainty evanescent odor to the  hair, Tho head and hair may be kept  in perfect condition by this means, together with frequent airings, brushing ond massagings, until warmer  days make It safe to resort to the wet  shampoo again.  have, him to lovo ��������� who would klBS din  pies into those sober cheoks.  Then renl*  ������e, If you can, that the pain of her con*  Sclous lonolinosa ls surpassed by his  aby protests against something he  doesn't uiidortfuiid.  lies your I'uoy, but he's only youn  n the true r -nge of tho word when lie  knows it, nnd knows too, that ho car  bring ovory trilling bruiso of head oi  heart to you to be klssod and mad*  woll,  Giving a Delicate Scent to  Lingerie.  THE5$;br^.woman a,w*y������ avoids  anything like a strong porfume  _ , . about her clothes or person, but a  mlsslil     B mer������ breath| '��������� *'w������y������ P0-'-  JH������!!y "woman object, snd with reason,  to tho remlnlseonco of the laundry odors  {hat clings to their underwear and  handkerchiefs. If a piece of orris root  is added to the water In whioh they are  boiled, the garmonta will como out fresh  and dainty, with the delicate vjoler  Drouth about thom.  ' t****^'*****'*'91*****^^  ''^^M^W^^^WVMVg^  ADJUSTABLE PICTURE FRAMES  ONE woman, who came bock from  hor first trip to Europe with her  trunk trays well filled with phu-  ���������, *-,* tographB, Invented n clevor wny  pf enjoying her collection, Instead of the  usual way of putting It In a cabinet and  contenting herself  with an occasional  Hor photographs wei o roughly classified into two Hroups-large and small,  Not mony of thom were exactly the  same siso, but tho two classes served the  purpose,  All tho largo ones wore, mounted upon  heavy mats-the mats all of the samo  sise, nnd eacli photograph carefully  ���������paced to the best advantage of its  slae and shape, The small ones were  treated In tho came way, with vrnaller  mnts.  Then sho hnd frames made ln the  sixes of tho two mats, just gold or silver headings made into the simplest  sort of frames, fitted, put with clear  glass, and finished with heavy cardboard backs that slipped In, and were  hold In place by little metal a range,  ments which turned on tiny pjvots  -the samo sort of things that often  fasten photograph frames-nnd oneh  frame was flnUiu'd with screw-eyes und  picture wires,  into thoso frames photographs (in  sets, ur a collection of single subjects  chosen with nn eye to their setting each  othor off) wore slipped nnd carefully  hung. They would stay on tho walls  for three or four wocks, wh>n th������*y  would be succeeded by other sets, radically different in character,  In this way vvtiry beautiful photo-  graph could bo enjoyed In a leisurely  manner, Instead of tho wearylngly rapid  crowding of Images upon eyes antl brain,  such as studying u collection is apt to  occasion, Jt wns moro llko the Japanese Idea nf showing one beautiful bit  )f bric-a-brac at a time, and putting  out of sight nil the rest, ut tbt.t then*'  Is nothing to distract attention from ���������>  ������alm, appreciative contemplation,      *  Some day-when lt's_myjtun>-won t y<������&_  "^rite an article'bri-howmuch'a'man should.  "-Tarn   to   marry   and   go   to   housekeeplogt*  Should he attempt lt with m a month in m.  large city?       K- *-- E- (AHentown, Pa.). .  Fifty-eight dollars a month Is: a little?.-  less than $700 a year, less than $15 a..  week, a trifle under $2 a day. This busbu  must cover rent, clothing, fuel, food anon  "incidentals"���������the last item being always an unknown quantity, but invariably more formidable than is couhtedR  upon by the uninitiated.  Yes! two people can live upon It���������lm  one room, eating meat but twice a week-.,  and the bride doing all her own work*.  Including washing ana ironing. Suchi  things nre done In tenement districts,.,  even In our large cities. But It Is a*  hnnd-to-hand fight for a bare subsistence���������only possible for the young andif  strong with a goodly supply of clothing  to begin with,  The Revival of GitteryL  Needlework  GITTERYL,   an  old  Danish  hand.',  craft, has Just been revived In*  London, Paris, Berlin and Co- ���������  ponhagen,  Catharine de Modlcls   had   her   botti  draped   with   gitteryl,   and   beautiful:.'  hangings   and   altar   cloths   made   Ira-  tho  tixtoonth  century  aro still  pro-  served  In England.   There is such ta  wealth of romance and historical association   combined  wit'    the quaint  meciluevul simplicity of tho work that,  this ni'odh'work  Is becoming <|ulto Urn.  lumut Ud In England.  The groundwork Is a squaro moslh  net, and comes in many mIzim of mesh*  nnd In ninny widths of material. Tht*  Htl Ich l>* merely darning, but U Iff on*.  , from tho darning neon ho much lust  winter, In Hint It Is usually recrossetL  It Is iiIho worked dhignnnlly on creum  or whlto Ihreml not, and pnli* green,  hitie nnd yellow not are al. mod for  tlilH old-time needlework, Tho olik  cross Ktltch Hitrnplers aro belnir  brought to light and tl' old designs.  reproduced In gliteryl. ,  Ball fringe is being used to trim,  wash curtains dooorau-l by this  I ti'dluwork. lllouses and drosses and,  bed draperies are also being ornu-  mentod with It, whllo It Is being;  pre sod Into servlcr us an Insori "**r  ublo linon.  I  Something New in Postcards  IT TAKES marked originality to got  out anything new in Illustrated pos-  tals at this lato day, therefor* the  following will be welcomed!  Flowers and leaves of heavy velvet  cover one variety nil over Ptnt"/*trig  out a quarter of an Inch from tha card.  they nre odd, If not pretty.  Another on the sama order haa tha  heavily embossed picture of a well-  known actress upon It. Everywhere  that jewels could possibly be Indicated  n dot or line of colored tinsel haa been  placed, giving the whole a striking np-  I>m ranee.  Still another, in black and white, gives  three   phototrrarihs   of   the   sctor   or  *i>>  actress, two of them being in costume,  and a signed motto In fac simile of his  or his or her handwriting. All tho  prominent playera now in Philadelphia  aro represented.  ���������F.\.iyi i**,*������***������������ *<>oa ������woK !��������� the furry  declares that "It was caught In a  churchyard In tha dark of tho moon,"  Wsto?y      m0ra ab0Ut Ma,ter Bunny's  Another good, luck .postal shows a  orlght penny tied beside the painted  wisTtbone.   Some youngster wlirappro.  elate this,  and hts sister will  bo de-  I^^MrthJhVt?rEi .of   "ttlo Red  Rid Riding Hood, told  In a terlen of  Home-Made Girdle  Ll'CKX th*b*irl who can hnd in her  attic a small piece of the un-  tarnlihablo gold or silver all-  over laoo. so much in voguo a generation ago,  With it she can make tht* mo*t ton.  v!ii������wu������ audits lo uo worn with a  laoo gown either white or blaok, or  indeed with any evening costume in a  pale color,  Cut this lace In the Empire shape,  high in tho bock and rounding In  front--a slope of six Inches is correct.  Bone heavily and finish at the back  with small choux of light blue, pink  or groon uutln If It is to tm worn with  a white or black gown, and In same  sh������de If with a colored gown.  soveu cards.  Place for the Nursery  TOO OFTEN the nursery Is gives  minor consideration, Any room  that Is good for nothing else !������  considered good enough for thin tuir-  y,o*it. uu uiv contrary, the health of  tho child dopends greatly upon the situation of tho Tiursnry, for hufo It spends  most of Its waking hours. The nursery, thon, should bo bright, light,  easily heated and easily ventilated. The  higher up the better, for here are purer  air and more sunshine to bo found.  It should never be next to tno bathroom  tf there ia a communicating door,  Laundering Hawdkci*.  chiefs  WHO among us hns not i..oura������  tho spoiling of fine handkerchiefs In tho laundering? They  nre pulled out of shape, streaked at ona-  tShlSf and ,.orn, ?bout tho odKe" ot tho.,  Initial pr embroidery, mid we have not  fur to look for tho reason,  The averugo lAtinrirwm bnnom i Vi-nJ't,  ,Lhut^,1,'tlt>^'''^,i'n'i corner, layw  thom In a jillf (In hnr ironii.i; ii.^J, ������i,a  runs the iron over them rough shod*  with sublime disregard for any ��������� jefc  trivial matters ns embroidery or lace  Now handkerchiefs aro a very Important tnllot accessory, and should bo*  treated with due constdfrntlon. Spread  them on the llnf nmt (���������,.������������������ ������������������ ;!,,. \.ti  line onus with black toilet pltiH (which,  do not rust like the whlto ones) Insteati.  of clothes pins, Sprinkle very wet boforo folding down for Ironing and fold;  them smooth,  Iron them singly, flrst tho hem, treat-.  , Ing wnntever form of decoration the*-  may boast, with extreme care; then Iron,  the centre, and Iron perfectly dry, An  InlUitl Ironed on tho wrong|slde will do.  better service and look bout* than It*  ironed on the rl������ht.  //;*^> .f'.-'-k-'':-:  .-������  THE   NEWS,  CUMBERLAND.  mtm$H   COLUMBIA.  Iu the game between Mechanics and Professors the score  Mauds 17 to 10 in favor of the  PROFESSORS.  Miss Annie Haywood left this  morning to visit friends in Victoria and Nanainio.  Mr. Hugh Stewart left Friday  morning for his home in Vancouver.  <���������>  Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Maseey  Vancouver, arrived in town last  Friday evening on their1'Scarlet  Runner" automobile, and left a-  gain Saturday.  CAMPBELL'S  TUBNQVERS, TARTS,  OHEESE CAKES,  FRUIT SQUARES  2Sets.. ..per   dofc.  t RE AM PUFFS... 30o doz.  I  Dr. Kerr, dentist, leaves this  morning having been in the district some two weeks.    It is his  intention to return on or aboui  October ist.  MEAT PIES  Every Saturday  3 for 25c  ���������vnMnw������taniMinHHWMan������  BAKERY  Seeing that baseball has become such a popular sport in  Cumberland and district it has  been suggested that the News  carry on a voting contest in order to see who is the most popular player As both ladies and  gentlemen lake' pait we have arrange^ the coupon so that each  person having a coupon is entitled to vote for one lady and one  gentleman. Mr. P. Phillips Harrison has kindly consented to  assist the editor in the count.  C. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE5T0VES  P, PHILLIPS HARRISON  Barrister and Solicitor  and  Notary Public  Conveyancing  Cumberland    S. G.  Notice is hereby given that at a  special meeting the Licence Commissioners to be held at Uourten-  ay, B. C. tlie date of which y,ill  be published 14 days before the  said meeting, 1 intend to apply for  a transfer of the liquor licence I  now hold to sell liquors .by.'retail  at the .Riverside Hotel situated on  Lots 55 and 58, Courtenay, to Otto  H. Fechner.  Dated this 18th day of May, 1907  MICHAEL PEREZ.  Another Benedict.  On Wednesday evening a very  pretty wedding took place at the  at the residence of the   bride's  parents corner Quebec and Tenth  avenues,   when    Miss Gertrude  Eva Healy,   eldest daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Geo   Healey. was  joined in  wedlock to Thos. E;  Cartwright.      The    interesting  ceremony was performed by Rev.  Dr. .Robson in the   presence   of  the immediate relatives of the  contracting couple.    Miss Edith  Healy acted  as bridesmaid  and  Mr. E. Boswell was best man.  Mr. and Mrs. Cartwright left for  Victoria and other points on the  Island for their honeymoon trip,  Amorigf the wedding presents  was a very handsome Quartered  Oak Combination Bookcase and  Desk, and a   5 o'clock polished  Tea table from the 51 Employees  of the Woodward    Department  Store, where the groom is. a valued employee.��������� M. P. Advocated  ���������i  1  ���������>!������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������< ������������������iih wm m������>n   11    1  SALE   OF PURE-  NO BENDING DOUBLE AND POKING  AROUND THE ASH-PIT WITH A  SHOVEL TO GET THE ASHES  OUT OF THE SUNSHINE.  The Sunshine is furnished  with a good, big ash-pan.  All you have to do is to  grasp two strdng, firmly attached, always-cool, bale handles and the large, roomy ash-  pan easily comes out.  A minute or two is all it  takes to perform the operation.  All the ashes are in the pan,  too.  Because they are guided  into it by means of ash-chutes  attached immediately below the fire-pot.  Sunshine is the simplest, easiest-managed, cleanest  kind of a furnace. You don't have to wear overalls  and a smock when attending to the Sunshine.  If your local dealer does not handle the "Sunshine"  write direct to us for Free Booklet.  And all KITCHEN UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  <; Mr. J. Humphries, of Union  Say, has about completed a fine  store close to his hotel. The  building is a two story one ,with  rooms to be used by the hotel in  the second story aud the first  contains floor space 30 by 90 and  fitted out for a store.  t It.jMcNaughtou, formerly of  Cumbprland, visited the district  last week with a view of buying  ���������some land, After taking a look  around he finally decided to settle, and purchased twenty acres  for a chicken and fruit ranch  from Thomas Pierce, of Happy  Valley. "���������  FOR SALE���������One Mare, Good Koad-  ster. Appl> to Ueorge BeadneJl, Comox.  B. C.  1 Horse,weighing about 1100.  1 Light Waggon.  1 Farm Waggon.  1 Cultivator.  1 Plow.  1 One Horse Mowing Machine  new]  J, li. Bennett  Cumberland, B.C.  FOR   SALE  A lot of 1 by 4 rough lumber  at Union saw mill.  R. Grant and Co.  -ay-  Miss Mary Walker, accompanied by her sister Jennie, returned home last night from a pleasant visit to friends in Vancouver  and Nanaimo*  A Fine  Opportunity to Invest    Profitably.   _aL_  Owing to the scarcity of labor  I am compelled to sell my herd  ot pure bred and high grade  dairy stock consisting of;���������  The Prize Bull, Tussie Carl, No. 2157.  bred by H.,Bosuall,,,Cheinainus, B. C.  ���������ii-BiTl'l"8:yg(n,i5TJltirHinl"7"lieiul of~co\W  ,two years old and yearlings,  in lots to  buii purchasers.  also  1 No. 2 Combined Churn and Butter  Worker.  1 50 Gallon Hand or Power Churn,  1 Mason Hand or Power Butter Worker;  2 50 Gallon Boyd Cream Vats.  1 Bnbcook 6 Bottle Tester.  1 Turbine Cream Separator.  ���������   1 No. 8 Hand or Power Separator.  1 2% li. p. Eugine nnd Boiler.,  These articles are as good  as  new for use and will be sold at  a BIG REDUCTION from cost.  BYRON CRAWFORD.  Courtenay, B.C.  n^iPHBi^aaHi^MaMMMMMaiMmiv.  Mark yodk wants known  through columns ov ngws.  IlONDON.  TORONTO. M0NTR6U, WINNIPEG,  VANCOUVER,   ST. JOHN. N.B.J  H. TARBELL. "  Sole Agent.  C  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  ���������Capital, .83,900,000'  Rebbrvk, 34,390,000  Assbtb,   $45,400,000  Dbpobits, S3'2,4O0,0OO  Tho Manager of the Royal Bank of Canada  ^yi j j-[jo~p 1 ease3~To~serve"'those  who   believe   in  Saving    Money  and placing it where it will earn Interest.  Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.  A.B.NETHERBY,   Ma���������*-  Y A IH A       Merchant  Coupon-  -o-  Dr. Earnest McGregor, of this  has successfully passed thc B. C  Dental,Board, and is now admitted to the dental profession  iu this province. Dr, McGregor will hereafter he associated  witli Dr. Mason here, and the  firm will be known as Mason  and McGregor.  He will have his own operating  room next to those of Dr. Masou  both doctors using same reception room. At regular periods  during the month he will make  trips to Cumberland. Dr. McGregor is a native son and will  no doubt receive his fair .share of  patronage in his home city.���������  fcree Press,  1 -'4   ��������� ���������������������������  A    CHALLENGE1  Tba following bawUll team culled the  "MixtuiW hereby nliHllonff* nny twim  id Como* Diatriot to play Ht any timo:  A: McNei.Thorj. KobiiiKon, J, Nr*rd,  0. Har'-ion, N. Robinum, R. 8truih������rn,  J. Wbyto, 8r��������� J. Q. Grant, Wm. Walker  K. Uowtnrill*,' W. H, llvriion, Cuptai  Moat Popular Baseball Players.  This coupon entitles the holder to TWO votes-oue for the most  popular lady baseball player and one for the most popular gentleman.  To be eligible candidates must have played at least one game this  season  Most Popular Lady ,  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OlADE TO   OfSDEf* AND  IN ANY STYJUE YOU CUISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  1  s  Most Popular Gentleman   Kindly fiigu and hand in to the Nkws office,  posted on bulletin every Saturday.  Results will be  DENTISTRY.  Dr. Ernest McGregor, late of San  Frauoittoo, now of Mason & McGregor, Nanaimo, will be in Cumberland from June 18th for two weeks.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������-m������++*������������+������������������������������������������  ttledding Gifts,   Cut Glass,  and   Sterling  Silver,  STODDART, tlie Jeweler,  Be careful in selecting your Gift, it will be Viewed and  Criticized by many; by it may be judged your good Taste  and Liberality.  To make fortunes  of the future you must  put   something   Into  the present  JUST OUT  Gold-Coppers Pay  Big   Dividends    all  over British   Columbia  The BRITISH COLUMBIA ILLUSTRATED.  Containing over 100 Viown iu everything.   Poat pnld 26o., stamps  ItlOHRHT PROVINCH IN THR WHITISH KMPIRB.  Comox Co-Operative  Soeiety.    .  BUTCHER  SHOP  Dealers iu all kiwis  of Meat.  A fresh stock of Vegetables in  season.  F. mm, Manager  Nothing WHINED, Nothing GAIN ED..    Nothing VEM'UKED, Nothing WON  Splendid Opportunity io Invw������u  Thn HnlioBt men Ir. t.h������ world nro invcdlnm* hi B. C. C^/u'-Qultl nud bliver Mine*  Why oan'tyou begin now? The grentost Qold'Oopper Dieoovery ot the  Age io in"Britiih Columbia.  BIG FOUR CONSOLIDATED SOLD MINES, LTD*  Capital -   -   1320,000.  Every Dollar Subscribed qsod in Development of Minos,  Si'kcial Offkr, JJOc. por Shark,  Mines directly wont of Le Hoi, whoso nhuree Are now nbout 111; Le Roi No. 2 ore  bout tl5 And went up to $100: nnd Consolidated Mining and Hmelting Co of Cnn-  ndft. Ltd. nhiirr* tl/SO ench; Wnnt Cnlifornfn shnree about $110; Grnnby Mines  about tl5 and went up to $100: nnd Consolidated Mining and Hmelting Co of C������n"-  ndft, Ltd. nhiirr* $\N) ench; Qinrtt California slutrcs about $110; Grnnby  p������id over (2,000,000 dividends iu 1000;   Big Four imnyn trom $H to 1800]n gold  copper, e Ivor, with Hi prr nent in the Trnnnnry on rnilwftj* near Buuiller.  Nmx-Mo^of tlM*s������* minweold fort\ few cen������ onoe, but over oapiuiited oven  now pay Dig Dividend!.   Rig fonr will jump toll noon.  Kowlana Mlnee receked Highfut Award* for richcet gold-oopper or������ tent toflt  LouIh Gxpositioo.  ntdFOURIiMl UKST DISPLAY at Dominion liir. New  Went minuter, B* V,     No Iohh thnu 100 almroe sold.  Hbaree ami be had on ioetaU  ment plnn, or ytiarly contract, 15 mr cent oaeh, batnneo rootthly.  Vtmrnny hnn nn dohtn or Uabtlltlca.    Keud fur iliuekrHUtd Hoapeetna to 8������ey,  BIG FOUR MINES Ltd.. P. 0. Box 174, VANCOUVER, B. C.

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