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 1/���������  jnr  ���������7"r"        >���������  *SAm������,-���������**'.A  Wf-^'.^  7?  -zX  '!\i':S-Hi" %/!/ ****���������'���������'  1  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District,  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND   B. C, TUESDAY, MAR. 29,  :91c  S'AISCU. I I't IC^  j'J.Oi'J .vYSAR,  At The "BIG STORE  SPRING 1910  Ladies   are cordially iuvited to  visit our  .Millinery Department and see our iirst   show  ing of  NEW HATS  ift*������W>V*i*V*,������������,**'>  Come in and see all the new goods now on;'di&.  ���������play ir. all'department, eoiiipi-Uir.-j: ���������  Dress Goods, Eancy Muslins, Lawns  Organdies, Blouses, Wrappers, VVhite-  wear. Infant's Wear,-.���������Children's.' Re-idy-10  wear Dresses. Lace Curtains, Door panels, Curtain Muslins, Fancy Good, Cromp  ton's Corsets. Carpet Squares and Linole  urns, ���������'"���������"'.���������'  mL**et**#������utmtnmvi*it:ti������Mi*x.-*mi*tAau������j_-&,tom.miLit.*.-~4i-.* *i *,.*.&**...-wW**.. ^w-  rperttiasa*trmtxetn^^  r~**  New Lines of SlatEP5' Shoes  .Men's Spring. Clothing, Stetson s and oth  er new. hats. Fancy Vests, * Trunks and  Suit Cases, Stationery, Graniteware, Fish  ing Tackle, Seeds, Paints & Brushes etc  Simbhivl^eisdr' &--'CoM. Ltd.  etc, on   this floor.  with" a full   line  of  STOVES & SHELF  HARDWARE  ������ oa   the ground floor we will, be able   to  supply all your requirements.   AT THE���������  STORE.  T. B. BATE  mm%mnm&*mmae*a>r*'������  J. McPHEE & SONS*  RETIRING  SALE.  The City Council met in regnlnr  session on Tuesday evening lust,  there being present Full hoard with  tho exception of Aldorman Hornal.  The ininuUiS of previous ineot-  ing were read nnd adopted.  A, eoniiiiiinieation wa* i-ewived  from the lion, Win. Tenipleiiiiin  stiitiiio; that he had ��������� recominondoil  that an appropriation he made for  a wharf at liny'.*, He also Muted  that ho did not think it iidvinabh*  to oppose the extension of time  linked for liy the 0. I'. U,, a������t roqueted by tho council.  A uomuitiniuation was received  PROFIT WHILE YOU MAY  Selling goods without profit, in fact absolutely re  gardless of tost! as McPhee'sJ are Mow doius? cannot long continue. Don't miss vour opportunity to  profit by this great closing out sale  J. McPhee & Sons,  from M. Maiison, M. P. J*,,   t-ta  tin'' that a i> a; and   estimate  of j ment of every eitizon.  The host way to build up a city  is for each and every mnn in it not  to strive to rend nud tear down.  Wheuevei a man in the town i*  oing well do not try t������* tear him  ������lo\vn, All ihu loihieiits of ntown  arn partners, nor. opponents. In  iill'jikeliluiq'l the iiioim biisinens  done by yonr rival the more yon  will do. Kvery gentleman who  trout* his customer honestly, conr-  tuously mid fairly, will get hit  ���������Imru, antl tlm moru luiDiiiens that  mn be seen rod by tutiteil effort, (In*  butter it will bo for ull. Whon a  town I'oac'e.s to grow it eoiiuiitii.  wn to die, and the moro tho people  try to kill off eaoh other in their  busiiiestt and good name, ihe moro  rapidly will uttor ruin eome to HI.  Sl'itnl tiignlliei* I'm* tlu������ udv'iiievil' ,1 man  ���������iimci'ago hVHtuiii rm' thin i*;ty hmUJiuw.s ability to prosper do uot  been p>'i-piii'nd, and that a huiii of pull him bin.*]; with jealousy or  three ihoiiMind dollars will be I'm-1 weigh him down wiih void imlif.  tiipaJBg ^m|iffi������^ iijfliifTlfti  HB^WIW^S  ni-died by the government fovdv-  fl'i^ing the co������t of Kewei'iige eon-  Kti'tiettoii for the publio budding*.,  uiid.i* oertain unntlititMit? of mi per  virion, which duty will eoijiuiiiui-  t'ltl'.  Aeeoiinis, Klt'Oiioii expciiMCi*.  ;;r.*.b<>; W. .Siuii.dl, {$������>,t).f; New  KngLiui lloo-l, $l,lio-, A, .Maxwell, $o.(K); H. C. Kiiido, tfliljki;  I'.leci'ic l.ighi,   Jii'lU,~."������; Uuiuiier  Umi Newt), $5.(10; T.#K.   Hank*,  <;n (HI  ferowe.  NOTICK  The timo limit for receiving  tender* for the lease ol tlie Oak  Hank farm, has been extended  until Monday evening April 4M1,  lt)lO.  jchuMuiideJI.Saudwi'U, 1U5.  THE CORNER STORI  TO   HVERY   MAN   THAT     WEARS'  ������   CLOTHES���������both young aud old  Just drop in and inspect our Spring Stock  before buying elsewhere. We have the very'  finest and latest styles in the world to-day.  WE LEAD BEYOND A DOUBT arc our  PRICES ARE RIGHT considering the High  Grade Clothing we handle.  SO, GIVE US A CALL, IT WILL BE A  PLEASURE TO SHOW YOU. OUR  STOCK-  J.N. McLEOD  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  mmmarmmmmmmmmwamm  TWENTY-THREE JEWELLED  HAMLTON'S.  ^on^onMjLEayjiimts���������  \  STODDART  Wext Door to the Royal Bank, Cumberland \  TH  ������#���������  A preacher came at a newspaper man in this way; Yon editors cio nbt tell the truth. If you  dia you could uot live; your  newspapers would be a failure.  Tue editor replied: Yon are right  aud the minister who will  sit alt  tunes and uuder all circiimstan .      .  ,   .    . .  "w   "                  .    ,       ..   moving their dry nonoH, <\i)K>um  ces tell Ihe whole With nbout. his!,,_,.,"...,, ,.. .*;. ,._,  Dead men areuiily lit to inhabit;  ce'uet������rieB. If they- aro decent 7  dead, dead nil ov������;r, we toudely i������������������������������������  them away ih the sleep of t',,,  tomb; but if 'thoy.are dyad to ml  the enterprise out of the narrow-  plane of their own iiuo;v*t3 and  ytt  porsint iu   walking aro -v.,;,  luembers, alive or dead, will not  occupy his pulpit more than one  Sunday, and ihen he wiil find it  uece^nvy to leave town iu a hur  ry. The pre.*������s und the pulpit go  hand iu hand with white wash  brushes and pleasant words, uiu^  uifying little virtues   iuto big  ones. The pulpit,  the pen, and  aud the grave stone are the greut  .���������aim-making triumvirate,   And  the great,  minister   went   nwaj L,,,, t^,.QY'm, Yesiiivomon bbw  luoking very.thoughtful  while ���������,���������i .Jew? mjcii cum-a tywn.  the editor luriied   to his work,  and   told of tlt^ nnsttrptH^iug  beauty of the IjikIc, while in iaei  the was a������������ homely as a mud icnce  icartfl and conscience whor-j ual  business is'Wont to thro. ���������.���������*< i> pn-...-  with vigor, they are o"'v !���������'������������������-��������� t:*.'.1  drone boes, iu' tlio wa" r. *��������� d 1'. ,  ore stung to dojtli and iir.i.':*v i  outside tho hivo of Icgitim Uc industry. Twenty real live men am  worth uwo to the public gets-. uliy  Uiati a round full tnou*and of n.-u.  loss material that He* ...iiind jik'o  rubbish i* a rising Htronti] that u;  aohing and foaming to turn mill>������  CA UP OK THANKS.  I  tuko  iIi'h   opportunity  o(  thiuiUiny Iho Ancient   Order   ol  United    Workmen,    fur    theii  prompt priyiueiii ������������f $3000,00, the  aim'tint of the policy   held   by  my late husb.tnd.  Jin*.  llaruiKlon,  Mrs. J. Ci)inb and Mrs. T.  Comb, arrived by Wechittfriuy'*  IhjiU from Hcnton, Wash.  j    Mr*. VV.  H. The.'d, of Chilli-  jwaok, arrived by  Sur.ilay's boat,  and is 1 he guest of her  parcuts  Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wior.  Mr. T. Cartwright 1ms re**I^n-  od his jioiition with J. N. Mc-  kcoil.  trmmivnmmmnDmn*^  Mf.XStl.  MAROCCHi BROS  GROCERS   8t   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLINQ WORKS  1 iTJ.M'i.' {<.'    i .;,;,  v.!1- ������������������������ l������������||fl  lull, lo^u.UUper iiiuiiili. jJQ  Agents for Union Urewing Company'-} BEER and  PORTER,     Wlwfciale Ptnlen In all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors ���������  SECOND    STREET  **em*s*m**memm*s  oi Uily 11  Aiiiutuimoiit lo mpior iii*������������u>o  by.law win* intrudiu'o.l and  p.iKs-  <��������� i a.*   11,n.   1 nulling,  Aid. S.evvsri .t*ke(i leave 10  introduce a i������y-lww ih next nnet-  iug of couticii, for tliu putjiOH*  ui ruling mmmy t<ir  aewat  |������or  .,.ifii.. ~iii.o������t v������iu gitiiiloo.  'll,������i-c liclog ill) Ill'fliM'i' biinifi*".'  vuo.icti 4i.joui'neil,  Arrivals...  9  <1  9  d  Dicx^ Good:>, Siiks, MeiVsJ  Fies, Shirts, Boots, etc     ....  LO '-J I 'S ���������-*  DI    A Itir/o<tbi|il������y nf LidWThiinrnl (ii.mwn, K 1 IimM >i������1  Iri.uu m$.  i"I fify*. O'j  ! ft Annlli, r *l.i|iiiin ttif l������r<-������������<lrHi'������. ji 11 1 (Imi yio .1 u m. ���������!���������������������������,  '���������pi  J| II.   I   .   t >     ������������t...   .>l.l(.. m I    a,  in "lUHiWW "t.,n. f.1 * riric ���������*������������������'   ������*'l. hi u.Mf������tt������������m*l ill  ������ll  ]K tha-*rwr*ii'i,.i,,'*..  .  ������IOs   n yari  'I'.iv mi-Ma ���������.*i������giner ut Mr, ami  Mr.. t'.t*rt ������ U.'tKMlUtl |������aMrj| i-*  ������ ty  on   Tu������j.'U^   utwiiuug. Ouij  ilwp *ym|������i������liy i* ������si������i������.ImI it flu?  L*;ai*-i������������ |������*irtou.  Mfii h ;* I   Vi ii r it, M md Tie, tnr ft't*r T*...  M, ��������� . \\ ... * -��������� l'|,a.   ...Ade*.  Ht-o'' ������..,..   SMmi.  ti,_z ���������  W.tA   -MX   < n ���������   .. n|,   ...  J o'j, I UA, J.-O *>. I ".  Hi .���������'*> fit U i������hu' - tl������l������M   ��������� .1 $JP, $90i������$.'  .������;.'���������*������ ��������� i������ -P������iiw������'* mXA%ee mt man mul motneo  ! Bros.  CUMSHRUND*  n.c.  m^tLmmti*mmmV*VLmWi9^ . M7u"-. THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  u  ������  A "FBUIWHIKES" MIMCU  ARMY SWINDLERS.  MRS. JAMES FCNWICK  Enterprise, Ont., October ist, X908.  "I Buffered tortures for seven long  years fruin a Water Tumor. I was  forced to take morphia constantly to  relieve tbe awful pains, and I wanted to  die to get relief. The doctors gave nie  up and my friends hourly expected my  death. Then I wns induced to take  "Fruit-a-tives" ond this wonderful fruit  medicine has completely cured tne.  When I appeared on the street again  my friends exclaimed 'The dead has  come to life.' The cure was a positive  miracle."     3fRS. JAMES FENWrCK.  50c a box���������6 for $2.50���������or trial box.  25c. At dealers or from Fruit-a-tives  Limited. Ottawa.  Crush at the Counter  "I want   a   pair   of   swell white  "Yes, ma'am.   How   long   do you  want 'em?"  "Look here, young man.   I want to  buy them.   I'm not thinking of hiring  them."  How  Forestry  Pays  The Kingdom of Prussia is getting  $24,000,000 a year out of its cultivated  forests. It seems that forestry pays  good dividends when the timber  grabbers are kept in their proper  place.���������Louisville Courier Journal.  "The motto of the party is 'Turn the  rascals out 'A "  "Well, 1 guess your party has turned out more rascals than any other."  When! a headache keeps a girl from  seeing a caller it's a sign that he isn't  the right one.  A woman in an argument is like a  -rebbttr~hrr-threndijssert:���������-She���������covers���������a-  great deal of ground but never arrives  anywhere,  "Did the dressmaker alter Miss  Smith's new suit so that it would fit  her?"  "No; she altered Miss Smith so that  she would fit the suit."  To be a successful fisherman in the  pool of society a mnn must have, as  a rod, an elastic conscience, a reel of  sympathy on which is wound a line of  tenderness. His honk of gold, his  bait, a gem nnd his float a champagne  cork. With Ibis outfit he can land  flsh in the pool.  It is easier to prevent than it is to  cure. Inflammation of the lungs is  the companion of neglected colds," and  once it finds a lodgment in the system it is difficult to deal with, Treatment, with Dickie's Anti-Consumptive  Syrup will eradicate tho cold and prevent inflammation from settling in. It  costs little, and is ns satisfactory as  it is surprising in its results,  No Wonder Baby Smiled  Vrourl Father���������"Il's really marvel-  Ions nbout that bub'y of mine. You'll  hardly , credit it, but every time it.  looks up into my face it smHes-���������positively smiles,"  The l''i'ii.'inl���������"We!!, I suppose even a  baby has some glimmering sense of  Jjnnior."  "A woman just can't keep a secret,"  lie (lo(tlnr''il, opposing ft statement.  "Oli, I don't know," contradicted  the finitely lady, "I've kept my nge 11  newt ever since J was twenty-four."  "Yes," lie replied, "but one of tin*1  days ymi will give it nwny. In liine  yon will simply have to tell it,"  "Well," she replied witli confidence,  "I tbl'il; (hat when n woni'itl has lfi.pl  11 seel' '1. for twenty years hIic crimes  pretty iH'iir lumiviin.' how to keep it,"  How Crooked "Rookie*"  Do  Up tha  Recruiting Officers.  Britain is happily free oi the press-  gang to-day, the army is no longer j  crowded with professional rogues, and  idlers cannot exist now by Undiig the  "King's shilling"���������and their "hook"  at the same time; nevertheless mere  is iu Kngland to-day a regular army  of shady gentry who live, by uupmg  recruiting-sergeanto and regimental  authorities, the soldier has omv one  name for such���������"frauu," and, being a  good judge of character, he usually  readily rt-cugnizes the type (even when  his suj>eriors have I'aiJed to do *o) by  the "irauu's" furtive ways, his knowledge of arms and equipment, and particularly of other regiments, his squared shoulders and rhythmical step, his  shifty eyes and ciean-shaven face,  and, above all, his aiu.'tir.ing skill in j  reckoning up accounts. |  But that superiors are not so apt j  at detection was proved the other day, j  when a misdemeanant staggered a ;  magistrate by confessing that he had  served in no fewer than seventeen  regiments, and not more than six  months in any one! ���������; The ingenuity  and resource of some ol Uv������se professional '"frauds" would andoub:eaiy  earn them distinction if applied to  some virtuous pursuit; they can boast  jf twisting "recruiting sergeants round  tneir lingers." How do tney protit?  Well, when a recruit has been passed  for the army and finally sworn in he  ia entitled to a day's pay and ration  allowance (ls. 6d. altogether), and if  he appears to be wen-spoKen, weh-  dressea, or with frienus near, he is usually paid this amount by the recruiting-officer and given l-.is liberty until  the time to entrain for his regiment.  Needless to say, the "fraud," having  entailed altogether an expense 01 from  12s. to 14s. in his enlistmeut, is rarely seen again after he has received his  p������y.  But more experienced "frauds" do  much better on the deal. They either  ask to be enlisted for a regiment situated in some town they are desirous  of reaching, pocket the "traveling allowance," and, having come to the ono  of their free journey, elude the sergeant waiting for them owing to his  ignorance of their appearance; or else  tney ask to be enlisted for some regiment situated at the greatest possible  distance from the recruiting office, because the amount of traveling allowance (which is in addition to pu,>,  etc.) depends upon this. A "frauu"  ,riiay_thjiis_m.akeJ���������u_a_Aay_ls.J_^s__puy:,_  6d. as ration allowance, and ls. 4a,  as traveling allowance, and, needless  tb say, having been seen safety iu  the train by the recruiting-sergeant,  he seizes the first chance oi escaping,  unless he has good reasons for reaching any particular station on the  route.  But some clever "frauds" dupe more  than one recruiting-sergeant in a uay;  and often a man who has been enlisted, 6ay,. at Sheffield for a regiment in  Leeds will, on arrival at the latter  station, dupe the recruiting authorities there in the same way, and gam  another free ticket back to Sheffield,  or to any other town he wishes to  reach. Little wonder, then, that the  authorities are considering some plan  of identification, one country having  adopted branding to stop ruses of thla  sort, whilst the United States recently  started a system of finger-print identification.  Sometimes, however, the "fraud"  has 11 much deeper-laid scheme. He  reaches his regiment all right, and  then elaborately acta so as to lead his  superiors astray. Ho betrays tho most  consummate ignorance of army ways,  invariably saluting with the wrong  hand, making the wrong "turnings '  at drill, calling corporuls "sir," putting his equipment on wrong side to  the front, saluting sergeants, and so  on, until all thought of his having  served before is dismissed, And then  lie amazes by h's rapid learning and  obsequious attentions, and is readily  granted the furlough of Jhree wpojis,  or a viontli fur which he specially  applies, This means the payment ol  a sum (for the latlor period) of from  ������2 5rt. to ������2 15s, ns furlough money,  nnd us he leaves (for good, of course)  LONDON'S POOR BABIES.  Their  Lot  Pitiful   In  the  Extreme���������  Callous Indifference of Mother*.  After nearly iour years oi a system j  of elementary euueuuuu tuat waa to >  redeem tne peopie noui a presumed* j  ignorance oi ic^rs ;..iu the desirable  elements Oi ki.uvti.juge that literature j  conveys, we n������ve 10 coiuess uiut the '  ignorance of vue Loiiuou poor oi the '  commonplace  and  lu.uitive facts  of  every day nie uuiu rule and conduct  is  deeper tuan  mat  oi  any  savage  race,   so called,   suys   The   Lonaoa  PaU Mall Uuzeite.   ihere is uo peo- ,  pie of   whicn   ve   have   any record i  i against which we can level such a re*!  1 proach as that whicn we have to lay '  Best for Baby and Best for Mother  V    CURE  It fine for children and adult*, very pleasant  to lake and free Irom opiates.   It soothes  ���������nd heali the aching throat and assures lestiul  nights to both motbtf and child.  AU Drugf i>t>, 25 cant*.  At The Wake  O'Hara���������She was a good wife to me,  poor woman. Many's the word of good  advice she gave me.  McGrogan���������Thrue it is. Many's  the time Oi've heard her advise ye  iwhen Oi lived in the house beyant, a  mile up the road, ochone.  An editor, who does not mind a joke  jnt his own exnense, says he went into  a chemist's shop recently and asked  for some morphine.   The assistant ob-  I jected  to giving    it   without a pre-  I scription.  "Why," nsked the editor, "do I look  like a man who would kill himself?"  "I don't know," said, the assistant;  "if I looked like you   I   should   be  tempted."  Must Be a Good One  ,   A traveller stopped at the house of  at the uoors of tne poor oi London, j a pious old woman,   and,   observing] Minard's Liniment cures garget in cows  Even the most uespised creatures of, her fondness for a pet dog, ventured to  the lower oruers oi animals have an  ask the name of the enimnl.  instinct that  enables   them   to   feed'   The good woman nrsw^red by say-  their offspring correctly and to pro-  ing that she called him "Moreover."  tect them irom tne accidents of wea- j   "Is not that a strange name?" in-  ther and climate; but there is no aucb.  quired the gentleman.  instinct in the minds oi the lowest ���������    "Yes," said the pious lady; "but I  stratum   of   the   human  population, j thought it must be a good one as I  and, what is worse, no desire to ac-| found it in the Bible."  uuire  knowledge oi   such   elemental'    "Found it in the Bible!" exclaimed  jagtg 'the gentleman.   "Pniv, in what part  Go'to  any   children's hospital, any  of the Bible did you flnd it?"  The old lady took down her Bible  with the utmost reverence, and turning to the text, read as follows:  "Moreover, the dog came and liked  his sores."  A MOTHER'S PRAISE  FOR BABY'S OWN TABLETS  nursing home, any uispensary, in the  poor districts o; Lonuon, and the  parade oi(ithe victims of child tragedies of tlie most heart-piercing kind  will visit you at every turn, lo view  the puny, wizened faces, the attenuated and often distorted limbs, and  the dazed and idiotic countenances of  the numberless  iniants sacrificed   to 1,    the ignorance and the criminal reck-! There ar<^ thousands of mofhers  lessness of mothers who are worse throughout Canada who have no hesi-  than tlie beasts in their ignorance, is tation in saying that the good health  an experience that can be bought by enjoyed by their little ones is entirely  the exercise of a very little trouble due to the judicious use of Baby's  and a comparatively limited journey Own Tablets. And there are many  through the slums. The contempla- mothers who do not hesitate to say  tion of it is enough to induce a doubt that at a critical period Baby's Own  in the wisi.om oi Providence itself. Tablets have saved a baby's life,  and will seem to be a mockery of the Such a medWne should always be  comniuiid of the Nazarene to "Suffer kent in ev-ry home. Mrs. J. A. Por-  little children to come unto Me." A~r. Paquetville, N.B., sry-i:���������"W- giv>  Whv should these unfortunates be Baby's Own Tablets all the credit for  allowed to come into the world to ba keeping our little one well. They are  tortured by sleeping draughts of gin  ���������  excellent medicine for children."  Sold by medicine dealers or by mau  at 25 e^nts a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  "When was Rupert's Land ceded?"  asked the teacher.  "Just after the spring plowing," replied the bright farmer boy.  PILES CURED IN 6 to 14 DAYS  PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to  cure any    case   of    Itching,    Blind, j  Bleeding or Protruding Pile? in 6 to  14 days or money refunded.   60c.  A GOOD COUGH MIXTURE  Simple Home-Made Remedy That l������  Free From Opiates and Harmful  Drugs.  An effective remedy, that will usually break up a cold in twenty-four  hours, is easily made by mixing together in a large bottle two ounces of  Glycerine, a half-ounce of Virgin Oil  of Pine Compound pure and eight  ounces of pure Whiskey. This mixture  will cure any couch that is curable,  nnd is not expensive, as it makes  enough to last the average family an  entire year. Virgin Oil of Pine Com-  nnmid pure is prepared only in the  li\hor*\toriQs of the Leach Chemical  Co., Concinnati, Ohio.  His Opportunity  "I think," she said earnestly, "that  a woman who truly loves a man always has his best interests at heart."  This is how he won out:  "If that's the case, what makes her  marry him?"  "What part of the railway train do  you regard the most dangerous?" inquired the nervous man.  "The dining car," answered the dyspeptic.  If men w������re not more considerate of  women than women are of each other,  there wouldn't be enough courtesy  among the male sex to wad a shotgun.  Egotism is seTfreTTance on parade. ���������  7W*ie���������"More than ba'f the women in the count rv ere pickpockets."  r>oris���������"oh, I say!"  B^rti"���������"It's true; bi*t the pockets  they pick aro their husbands, so they  can't arrest them!"  and paregoric Oy c.inmo crones to  whom they are confided by hard-working mothers compelled tu leave their  homes all day; wny should thev be  given into the cr.reless hands of other  mothers to be fed, trunaled about in  the streets by older and also careless  brothers and sisters, exposed to all  weathers without covering, and without "tHe^iToH" orainary~SIHitaTy~pro="  visions? Any; one knowing these  things, and knowing the untold suffering inflicted on the children of the  London poor, may be forgiven for rejoicing to be told that the sufferings  of one or other has ended in a merciful deliverance from further tribulation.  No doubt the conditions of slum life  help to beget the callous indifference  ���������which is the worst characteristic of  the poor London mother; the boneless  struggle against an insufficiency of  means, the absence of incentive tb  personal effort, tlie endless battle  with the dirt and' filth of the streets;  .these influences are paralyzing. To  remove them we need better training  (for our youth, organized employments, and protection for those em- was one dollar n bottle, I mean it,  ployments against unfair comnetitiou Yours truly,  .from  the  workers  of  protected   and1 r<u\e   v   ttttpiv  bettor  governed  countries.    We  de-, LnA6>' i# iU'-lu-N'  spoir of an improvement in the lot ol;  the children of the poor until the par. j  ents hnvo thoir drab lives brightened I    by hope of regular employment that; A Corker at~Bridge  Fairville, Se~t. TO, 1902.'  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  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I   (  lot of the very poor can be improvod iuei/^k^  by economic laws philanthropy may ���������ffortj j0 ������������������ * ������  labor in tho cause of the children in  V{un* 'I   An Pnrne?t young preacher in n ro  mote country village concluded a long  nnd eom������reh<>nnivG supplication by  saying; "And now let us pray for  thoR" who nre dwelling in the unln������  hnbitod portions of the earth,"  By its antiseptic influence  Dr. A. W. Clinsc'ii Ointment  prevents oil danger from blood  jwisoning when applied to  #calds, btinis.sorcfl nnd wounds.  It la soothing and healing,  Takes out thc fire and inllmn-  motion, hcali tip thc sore, form*  new, soft skin.  Dr. A. W. Chn������e'������Ointment  I? )ir.Kt Vrtnvcn Itrf-nimt* of its  wonderful record in curing eczema, pilci nnd nil sorts of itching skin diseases,  There nre a score of other  ways in which It is invaluable  in the home.  DrAW.Chase'3  Ointment  his r.o BuhdtltsUj which can he com-  riirod to It ns a means of stopping  itehinfr and bealint, th* skin,  Wherever its merits aro known it 11  considered of utmost vslu* in tho  euro of itching akin dlMmca. ^  lk.A.W,CbtmraOtntm*Htiaa^ahm,nt  kit 4,,-t.Uir* or Vtimanetm. ttnli* A fto, Town-  %*   WriUttQttr**aamrt>r.aim������m'*llma>l-,Ui.  At Thrlce-Qlven Turkey.  A pnptilnr minister In Fifenhlm, In  the good old timo*, iwd at, Chri������tnin,i  to hi- hniiulitted with hampers filled  with pood thing������.,  On one occasion un onormoim turkey wiih H'nit to lilm by the thought,  fill klridnimH of 11 member of hi������ con.  uri'gntion, n neitrhhoring fnrmcr; but,  nn tin* tnitiiHter'n finnily hml nlrendy  provided fur the Ohri������tuiin������ dinner,  Uie bird wim mmt tn tho market and  Hold,  A piiHHcr-by, seeing thin (lne gpocf.  men of |Kiiiltry, *niil, "Whnt u uplon-  did turkey!   JuHt tho thing for tho   .    .*      A������i������i������fil���������Kac  Kaot*  mlnlntcr'n   ChriNtmnn   dinner!"    To; IS tllC Original���������naS  DCCH  tlm_iuinii������tt'rt it wild ngnin ������.*nt.  Abandoned Cltttrnt,  An {tlmiiilntifti I'iMterii Im orten n dnn>  ffi'miiH tiling und Mlmiikl tm tilled, nn  Htngiiiiiit wntfi wlui'ti inuy renin in in  It Ik h fomitnili minrce or dlxeiiMii. If  thin ni 11110I be done nt oni't- It im ii goni\  pin 11 10 throw in proper dlHlnrei'tunU  Hml gradually till it up witn iuuhI  Colli liplltfM.  Scott's Emulsion  "How nnich nmusod Mrs, Pinkloton  snnm������ to bo over her husband's stupid  jokon."  "Yes. Tt's (he only wny ������he enn got  n new hut out of the brnti>,"  ThVi">rovi'dPnt"wifo"������������Jit it'off iiRnin \ the standard for thirty-five  I the market, when* it wns once moro \ '  years.  There arc thousands of  so-called "just as good"  Emulsions, but thfty are  not���������they are simply imitations which are never  as good as thc original.  They are like thin milk���������  SCOTT'S is thick like a  heavy cream.  lf you want it thin, do  it yourself���������with water-  but dont buy it thin.  ron u*iM nr tu. urcooists  li  dJs|nwi������i| of for n hnndsomo sum  Another friend, similarly struck  witli th" splendid proportions of thn  turkey, purchased It and ������������nt it to  tho minister. The good woman, nol  wishing to fly in tho face of Provi-  iJuiii'ii,  ������mij   ul   ..id,  "Tl !��������� At-,\r 'V.'it IM? XmV.cy wm  nientit for us"; nnd with the approbation of the fnmily it formed part ol  the Chri*tmm dinner,  Preacher and Cotton 8plnner,  .. ��������� ,i     ,,..,,,,.  . -'������    .,.' ,'i    >.    ���������..���������     .,..,..-���������..   i .VI..A- .  ment hnvi' hud 11 moro varied career!  thnn   Mr   Oorji*   Hnrwood,   I.ih<������rnl;  nn'iiibf; for Bo)Ion, who has announc'-!  oil hU iiiti'iition of Miring from |>o!l-  ticiil life. He ban beoti n clergyman,  biirristi'r, cotton spinner, and traveler.  For nU yt*iiri. ho wus n lay prenchir,  r>'������.'.ii.i'..���������' !,; Uy -Ir".", t!tl>\ nnj  husiiii.'Hn iill th.' time, in order to show 1  li.m' 11 ninii .���������r.gi.i.'i.'l in tiu*inc!*>������, and  not lull"!] -I l.y (omtunio, might win  tin; cJiiii'l.iii'i' of tho workers.  Separation Orders In England.      \  Si'vn thotisitix!   *������>pnrntion   orders ���������  urt- /runt. I   i.y   th-������   magistrate**   of  tiiuduiid ivi'fy yi*������r. 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How I shouh  like to buy It nnd give   it   to   my  innl!.. 1 ',"  "TK" m.ld .Terrnld, "do���������and tin  tbls sweet motto round us neck,  'When this you see, rmiiciiibcr mo!"  EDDY'S  Bread W������EE!2  To Prevent Danger of Impurities in Delivering from the Oven to tbe  Home, Insist on Your Baker Wrapping his Bread in Our Wrappers.  We are the Orieinators of Brend Wrapners Now Used by Leading Bakers of Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, and other Cities.  THE E.B. EDDY CO., Hull, CANADA f  My Lady Beautiful  Health Is true beauty. The charm of bright eyes, rosy cheeks, rounded figure,  buoyant and elastic step Is within the reach of every Voman.  Reasonable care in diet, regular exercise and due amount of sleep with an  occasional dose of ���������       ���������'''"������������������;',*.'*".'  will keep most woman In health. The timely use of these pills will strengthen  ihe system, renew the supply of blood and relieve nausea and depression.  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To see her rival's look oi pain  (and embarrassment was a treat she  I could not afford to miss.   She contin-  "Does that mean 'I love you Francisco;' my song-bird?"  As he v������poke his mtens^ eyes read  the affirmative answer in her face,  even before.hi? had clasped her to Wb  beating heart and heard from her  sweet lips, falteringly, her whispered  love aond promise.  Mrs. Perrv entered the house unob-  TEST FOR EGGS.  fued: "They are as loving as a pair of' served by the happy lovers, just in  I turtle-doves to each other. I think l lime to see the "foreign music teacher"  I you cake is dough, there, Delle,- and j placing upon her   daughter's   finger,  a diamond of the first water, which  gem, itself, was not brighter than  Delle's love-lit eyes.  j t am sorry for you too.'' Her eyes were  I lipon-Delle's face as if she  read   an   interesting   volume  A happy person would have been  agreeably impressed by the moon-lit  scene that spread out before Delle  Perry. She was not happy as she sat  gazing out through her little window,  i*nd her wild wide eyes saw none of  earth's frosty beauty. She crouched  upon the floor and looked her present  situation fully in the face, while even,  there alone tne hot bluEhes of shame  flooded her face as tensing words her  girl friends had spoken came back to  ���������er.  How extremely silly she had been  to fall in love with her music teach.er.  Worst of all to let the girls know of it.  In her humiliation she could hear the  taunting words of Jenny Patterson,  spoken a few days ngo when she had  taken the part of Francisco Leualli,  against some teasing friends. "Yes,  Delle, I would take up for the poor,  dear man, if I were you. I suppose  you think he worships you because  you pay him money to call every week.  I iaim sure I wouldn't give much for a  beau if I had to buy him!"  Again she had said (and Delle  should have been warned): "Who  knows but that he has a wife or a  sweetheart in the Old Country?" She  could not think this possible, for had  he not composed "Love," an instrumental composition, expressly for hei?  How tenderly, passionutely, 'he play-cl  the sweet notes with the light of a  brighter world glowing in his grand,  dreary eyes! How her silly hopes had  risen, how madly beat her heart!  Now what a rude awakening from her  beautiful dream!  In the morning she was happy and  her lips poured forth song after song  as she carefully did up her paintings  to deliver them to people in town. She  earned most of her extra money by  painting and her stock consisted of  painted cushion-tops, enlarged photographs, and various sketches.  Night found her the most miserable  girl-in the world, her agony of mind  caused by the sight of a living picture  in town. Hearing the words, "Dear  ���������Ii'itle~Marii^J"Bpotan^  voice, she turned, involuntarily, and  saw what chilled her heart and killed  her dearest hopes in life! Two people  were standing near her, apart from  the crowd, talking together, nnd seeming to have forgotten the world contained anyone except themselves, The  girl Avas tall and graceful with the  face of a goddess. Her hair clustered  ij\ shining blue-black curls above her  creamy-white neck and temples. In  her wift cheeks was a rosy tint like  that of a ruddy sunset gleaming upon musician as he rolled up his music,  o   x../*i.lrt   r,t   cnn.ii       ...1^11^     Y,nm     nrani     nmnnrinij   in  ar,      Snn-n   he   wrillld   hrivj  would  there.  That was one of the greatest trials  of Delle's life, and though she could  never afterward account for it, in her  supreme test of endurance she laughed! Laughed purely from nervous  strain and laughed with the appearance of joyousness, right in tlie face  of her lifelong enemy.  The little visit did not Inst long  then. Jenny Patterson went away  from the Perry homo completely baffled by a girl she sincerely hated and  would like to have hurt.  "Good Lord, how she kughed at  me!" she muttered impiously, as she  walked down the little path on her  way home. "I fully expected to see  the sentimental thing sink through the  floor, or look sheepish at the very  least! Can it be she is on to some  joke that I don't know yet*"  At that very minute Delle Perry  was repeating that laugh before a  large mirror to get the full effect of it.  "Oh, Delle!" she cried to the reflected face, "some one should hug you for  that. You deserve better treatment  than you will ever receive. Oh, glory,  there is some balm for an aching  heart in the memory of the disappointment and defeat in mine enemy's  fkee when I made that, delicious laugh  at her! The first battle of the campaign is won. I have defeated my bitterest fee. Now,"���������her figure stiffened  and misery convulsed her face���������"shall  1 as easily conquer, with my armour  of pride, when I battle against the one  I love?"  She threw herself into, her work and  tried not to think of her -teacher at  all. "He at least," she resolved, "shall  not see traces of tears about these ugly  eyes of mine, and to-night I take my  last music lesson."  When Francisco Leualli came that  evening, he received a cold welcome  from his pupil. She paid dearly for  her lessons and no sentimental notions  would she allow to cause her to neglect them. There was no cozy little  chat by the fire, to-night, as ;on previous lesson evenings. Both seemed  wholly absorbed in the work at hand.  "How <*ould l/ev^r have so deceived  inyseii?"^^!!*^'"^?!!?;-snhTliI?  served, through the corners of her  half closed lids, the far.away, abstracted look in the deep, dark, foreign eyes of the master, and remembered the beautiful foreign girl, Marie.  "How could I have imagined that a  man like thnt could care for me, poor,  untalented, unrefined and unbeauti-  ful." Ob. how Delle had hoped, sttch  unspeakable things in this last lesson;  but now it was ended.  She saw the long white fingers of the  Children  Sold to  Gypsies.  It is calculated thut between 200  unu &J0 liiue ciiiiuren in i-ranee are  annually tyken iroin their nouies uy  gypsies and other nomads, tsol a  ww oi these cnjiuren ure doiibeiuteiy  sold by tneir purems. A Cuse m puim  oris just come lo tne nonce oi tut'  ponce ut lieuac, ueur Limoges, wnere  u laborer named fuiuau, agnu 5*2, sold  tiis six-year-oiu daughter io a luinay  oi gypsies tor 5us. unit a pitcuer oi  wine. Tne contract 01 sale was uruwn  up in a wiuesnop. j, revenue stamp  was uftixea, ana it was signeu by two  witnesses. One oi tnese���������tue woman  who Kept tne \wnesuop���������was, However, apprehensive ot tne legal consequences to herself. ���������Sne immediately mionneci tne- cuilu s unoe, wno  with the police sturied ott in pursuit  oi tne gypsies ana Ciuru up witn tnem  tne next morning, ivep.yiiig to tne  police, the enna, repeating the lesson sne had bmn laugiii, sum tuat  sue was traveling wiin ner uncie anu  uunt, but on ��������� seeing ner real uncie  sue ran to his urms uud burst into  tears.  'lne father was sentenced to a  weeK'6  imprisonment.  The Mushroom.  It is commonly believed that the  mushroom lHeia*iy gi'uws in a- nigui,  so tnat u has come u> De emblematic  oi suuuen aeveiopaieui, but tue train  is quite otherwise, it is very likely  io require several weetwS for its i\n-  matiou and up to tue umrf oi lis appearance in uie iig.it oi uay it remains beneath tiie suiiafe, veiy mucu  compresseu ana neiu iii sinuii compass, 'inen comes a moist mgiit, anu  tue cells oi wind uie iuugus is composed are greauy e^puiiucu, so tnat  it tnrust-s usen oui uuove grounu.  i>ut it is no Heavier, tnougn so niucn  bigger, than clays beiore, perhaps,  waeu lt lay niauuii in s.^uii compos  under tne top layer oi sou, u ptiieci  liiusuroom.  Place One tn a Glass of Water and  Observe Its Poaitien.  Flaced In the water, an egg If fresh  will remain resting at tl.t* bottom of  the vessel; it not quite fresh lt will  rest wltb the big end raised higher  than tbe small end. and tbe higher tbe  big end la raised tbe older Is tbe egg.  As an egg gets older tbe water contained lo the white of ao egg evapo-  COOKS' MASQUERADE  How   Nine  Young   Matrone  Spent  n  Jolly Afternoon.  A MODERN CASSANDRA  Bridget KeUey in������ii������a Ton to  a Kltcnen Tea  Thursday���������4 to ?  400 Adama street  ROBERT BLATCHFORD   IS   BRIT.  AIN'S NEWEST PROPHET.  WATEB T18T OF BOOB.  rates,.and this causes tbe empty space  at the thick end of every egg to become enlarged. The larger tbat empty  space becomes the more tbe egg rises  in the water, till In course of time It  floats.  WHEN PLANNING A HOUSE.  It'a  on  a world of snow, while her great,  dusky eyes flashed deeply jis the mnn  placed upon her perfect finger o magnificent Ting.  ���������'This makes me a happy man,  Marie,'.' he said softly, and kissed the  tittle waxen hand.  He did not see the other girl whose  startled eyes were held upon hirn in a  woeful, horrified gaze, as he'turned t"  a window and its full light fell upon  his face, She had reoognizad the deep,  tender voice and when lie turned there  could be no room for comforting doubt,  The man who hnd kissed this beautiful creature, placed tlie ring of betrothal upon her finger, ana saw no  other fnce in the world but her's, was  Francisco Leualli, mnster of music  and absolute king of Delle Perry's  heart I That instant she thought she  was dying. Her hourt seemed to suddenly stop beating, as if held in an  icy, merciless hand, Sho novor remembered whnt happened about hor  until she readied home and read thc  rote left by her mother.  Mrs. PeTry had gone away to be  with a neighbor who was suddenly ill,  For this Delia was relieved. She felt  as if she could not, in Uie freshness of  her nhook, oven face hor own mother,  who knew her silly heart so well, In  the alienee of that night the fragile  girl fought bravely tlio cattle so many  of ua have fought, und will fight  iignlti--to break from n captive heart  its cruel fetters, an unrequited lovo I  Over ami over she prayed, "My God,  take from tny heart the poisonous  ioidousy of this beautiful girl I Do not  let me hate her boeituae sho has tlio  love I hoped was mine," '  Daylight, anil Jenny Patterson found  Polio with pallid face and heavy eyes,  J mu) v was one of those ouUspokou nml  wholly truthful (?) mortals, so of ton  met witli in life, who always sponk  right out nnd let you know what they  think of you. They hnvo nothing to  ooncoid, To outward appearance* tho  two girls worn friends, hut in the hourt  of each was a very clear knowledge  thnt sho wns not doarl ��������� loved by tlio  other, Jenny wns jealous of Delhi's  gift of Hinging ami punning, while  Delle dreaded Jenny's sharp tongue  and deceitfulnos*.  "Hollo, Dullel" Jenny cried cheerfully, "Why, how pale and s!ek you  look!"  "Yes," replied Delle, "I was trnuh������  led with my eyes again last night."  flhe lrnew tnev looked red ������nd heiivv  from Uio bitter tears they hnd shed.  preparing to go. Soon he would bow  formally and bid her a calm "Goodnight," then pass from her life forever. She was sittirig by the table, her  face hidden in her hands, waiting for  him to leave, He would not notice  it, she was n queer girl anyway!  How long it seemed to take him to  get ready!*' She became conscious then  that h������ wn* sitting c'ose beside her.  A wave of anguish swept over her, He  was playing, softly, sweetly, pleading-  ly, his favorite composition, "Love.'  Delle's wounded heart sprang to  arms. Whntjight hnd he to impose  upon and break down her strength at  the last? She had tried so hard to  nerve herself for that lesson, and now  to have the torture of listening to that  music, plendinp for love, wailing and  beseeching laying bare the grout soul  of the muster musicians, when she  knew in her broken henrt his whole  ������ou! wns with that othor,  "Stop!" cried Delle passionately,  "Why do you torture me so Francisco  LeualliP Stop, I tell you I c>nnot boar  more!" Then tho tours she had brave-  I" withheld until now burst forth uncontrolled,  A str  the must,  in her ear  "Delle, I do not understand you to  night,   Why hnvo you fronted me so  "A City of "Boiling Springs.  Carlsbad has beeu Humorously described as facing uunt on the nd oi a  boning Ketue, wncu is unnost uterai-  ly true, as it stanus on a cruse oi comparative tinniiess, tiuoiigii wnicn rise  several mineral spi'������.,gb. _ 'lue inosi  tiuuiiuunt uiiu uiuoL used oi these  springs is Uie apmuei, whicn uis-  Cuui'fcea laO.ood ganons a Uay oi various beinpeiutuiva. xiie Viatiit oi uie  hot springs nus ueen WiuouS ior more  loan u ceuuny. as a "Cuie'' ior vuri-  Ous' coiiipiaiiKS, uild-Wie town Ciih  liuany uirta-ys uousi oi/us ivyiu visiters ' uuniig tue seabuii iioai May1 i  to Sept. i,j.  Foolish   to   Set   Your   Heart  Styles Beyond Your Mean*.  Half tbe pleasure In punain^; Ilea In  rbe piunulng. Later will come chronic  warfare with builders and worry over  increased estimates. Ouly lu anticipation ls tbe joy unalloyed.  This Joy Is belgbteued lf one begtns  long before there ls money iu Dand  to plan systematically tor the Douse  tbat is to be. >  Let it be tbe object ot many excursions,     whenever  you   see  a   nonce  Primer of Life.  He prayed ior fuir weuther, then  he giowieu because Uie siuuigut was  so uaw.iingiy Ut'lgiit U builued hlm.  Tneu rum wus u.s petition, und ue  giuwieu because ue uud to enmb u  mil lo Ktvp iiuui urowning. And  tutm .UUi ungeis whispeieu: "It wul  never do to send u hurricane to biow  tout mun to neuvuu, lur u we gave  Imu u iiuip ne d giowl becuusu lie nuu  to piay it. A crown wouiu bj too  heavy ior mm to curry, iuiu he d su/  umt uouey Uiuu i u^iee wiwi Jniii  I..... I.,... Inc.e" v>Ua lii.l^l' 1.1 Uie  L.liix."  Wise Boy.  According tq The Boston Transcript,  thu tcucaor oi an uust lioston pini)..i'y  seiiooi wus recently giving ner unuiges  instruction on coins.  "\Vhioh would you' rather have���������u  dollar or two hull uodaisi'" she asked.  , . ,(    A Hebrew boy ot seven pioiupuy ru-  rang nnn went round her and i ^po,,^ tJmt ���������0   WOU(d   ]JW       t  inter g plonclirg voice vibrnted | i,,.iV0B  liulvus.  "WhyP" ho was nskeJ.  "llecuuso," ho ruplieu, "if you loso  night,   Why havo you treated me so <        vou'vo cot th������ ntiu.r "    '  ifVaJft7 (,������ y������U r0,U8������ t0 h������"ri    A.^nt������i^������d'plSluon of the ohi  Silenl sob., wns his only answer, He I JJ^V"^"'1 *ul uU *������" ������*** m  tDHt appeals to you. or even one tea-  ture oi i hut bouse, jot dbwta dMuhslin  a uotebcKik. If possible, tinrt the urchi-  te<t's nunie aud tUe approximate cost.  It is foolish to set your heart on styit*  oeyona your meuus.  Soon you will be reartlug up oo  boots ot architecture so as not to.be  tukeu in wben you "do come; to bin Id."  Nest there will be a magazine devoteo  to Deuutltul bouses and ttieirtlttings.  it you are really an ardent piauiier,  be systematic.,start tt scnip book, anfl  in It paste pictures, nnvertisementf  and tumistitngs tout bave ctiugut youi  fancy.  Make tbla book of good size aua  preferably loose leaved. \ou eau cover sheets of cardboard a size larger  than the usual mugazlne form, say  seventeen lucbes long by twelve wide.  Choose a serviceable dark greeu linen  for tbe covering and on tt embroider  lu red and gilt letters "Tbe House  That Jack Hunt."  SUeetn of yellow paper au inch smaller eucb wny eau be got cheaply at  wholesale paper dealers, men* can  bo added to the book us rin'iiwi. ut-  ten. too, it win tie found tl.m ,vou want  to wen) om some ot your out pages,  lur it in surprising bow your idea*  eliuime and' progress about "tuai  bniise."  Kven though the new home renin inf.  tn the euu u house ot dreams you will  onve imu pleasure, education uud uup*  pini'SM in Its planning, not to speak  or iiHiitti) ir you did imieii trumping  tu your mu io nee uew models.  So read tbe invitations written On  butcher's paper and luclosed tu tiny  uew spice bines, suys a contributor  to Table Talk.  The uut ure of the party we guessed  from the Invltutlous, aud our surmises  were continued by a telephone message. Our hostess requested my sister  aud I to masquerade us American aud  Dutch cooks for the ufteruoun.  Ut course 1 as the Ameru-iiu ueeded  no "flxluV weiiriug my usuitl kitchen  seersucker nud Its ucvouipnuyliiR long  sleeved aproiL My sister wore tbe  sbort sleeved dress of the Dutch housewife, with lw gathered skirt and white  yoked neck. A plulu gathered apron  uud wooden shoes completed ber costume.  Thursday came, dark aud rainy, but  our uppnrel was storm proof, and we  sallied forth anticipating a jolly time.  Uu uppronchitig tbe bouse we Were  not surprised to see a large sign���������a  huufj���������and written, thereon, ������������������Servants'  Door to the Hear."  At tbe buck entry we were met by  our hostess, but wbut a trunsforma-  tiou from ber usual sunuy self. Garbed lu cnllco.or Irish hue and pudded  in proportion, wltb hair tightly drnwti  aud u bit of smut over one eye, she  wus Indeed Bridget Kelley. Her Irish  brogue kept us laughing as we doffed  our shawls in tbe eutry.  We were ii huppy set, nine young  matrons In ull. There were Mrs. Eaton.  ��������� trim uud chic, .with the modish x-a\t  of the French cooki and Mrs, Kicei her  brunette colorlug enhanced by the1  glittering sequins adorning the sleeveless jacket of tt^e Russian dress which  she so charmingly wore. The daluty  J up, plulded Scot and tall Swede, with  ' her peaked cap and homespun aprou.  oot unlike a Uo man scarf, added tbelr  varied colorings. Finally came Sue  Farley. Impersonating her owu southern mammy. Sbe was the .last to arrive, aud so well disguised was>8be  Jttair'we���������scnTcei^r^^  The spacious kitchen, with Its blue  tiled wainscoting, ulcoved diulng tables and hooded rouges, was a beautiful as well ns convenient pluee In  which, to work. Our hostess guve us  slips of paper oh wblcb were written  vurlous recipes.  These were prepared at stnted periods, and while they were cooking our  hostess, uu accomplished cook, entertained us by u tulk on the various  dishes of thp (Jermans, Sbe spoke  from experience, having lived several  yeurs lu Ueriiiuny. Household economies formed a profitable topic of conversation the last half hour before (eth  The discussion sprved us nn appetizer  to the meal, which we enjoyed tbe  more because of our part In Its preparation. As souvenirs of the delightful  affair we each received a wooden cuke  spoon, with dnie nnd "A Kitchen Tea"  written on the handle.  Socialist Who Has Turned his Powerful Pen Toward the Outlook For an  Anglo-German War Has Created a  Big Sensation9 In Britain���������Was  Born of a Player Family and Serv*  ed  In the Army.  Like the voice of one crying in tho  wilderness, or rather like tlie voice of  one who sees to one who sins, is tho  warning cry of Kobert Blatchford to  the Knglish people. "To arms! To  arms!" he shouts, "the Germans are  upon you!" This is the keynote of  his message, though he drives it homo  with a muss oi concrete statement and  with the fierce vigor of a pussionato  logic nnd a sledge-hammer stylo. The  result is a series of papers which  have, uroused public interest in England ns no similar series has done  in many years. Even in the present  political crisis, when the Lund Tax  and the Reform of the Houso of Lords  ROBERT BLATCHFORD.  are the great issues of the strife, he  has been able to cause a sensation  little short of that caused by the Budget itself. One is therefore interested  ih finding out what sort of man it is  that has been able to do this thing.  A  biographical  notice   of   him   in  T. P.'s-.Weeldy.-fr_om   whose  portrait  spoke '.gain,  "What nils my little songbird? Has  my honrt deceived me at lust? Oh,  Delle, you havo led me to believe you  cared for me.  Wus it all only deceit?"  His soul was ringing in the deep  sweet notes nf his earnest voice.  Hollo struggled Iron from the stiong  embrace.  "How dure you May inch things lo  moP" sha oried vith fury.fbiHhing  eyos.  ouo basket.  The Baby Walrus.  At six months n baby walruii will  ont tlrjty pounds of codllsh a day.  The Skate Flsh.  Tho my, or skate llsh, has a month  set truimvomoly across Its head, tho  Jaws working with a rolling motion.  llko two hands sot back to bnrlt,   lu  "Tdnre to Hav whnt T know *o be i tbo Jnws am two rows of lint teeth.  "1  lUiin\ I havo  1.1 ll    '.*SV   liili'd   III  painting lately. You know It always  alfeot* tny oyos."  "No, I dou't know, but then, I'll  take your word for It, Say, Delhi,  guess whnt I saw yesterday,       Ann  ��������� tu.   flv't    Xtrir   ri,,f,f,tr,il',u.    ,..,���������.,    .,r,At,  Her hosUiaa. hike h shot It oatue uimki  lielle, the meaning ol Jenny's word������,  nml sbe knew wall ihe aubsitiinco of  Ihe explanation forthcoming. She was  wiping dishes, but turned qulokly to  nut them away carefully, in tha eup'  true," he answered siully.    "Whether  intentionally or not yon cutised me to  hope, and now I love you as none ot '  your   own   oolddi'*nrtod   countrymen i  ever oould love,   Delle the Welling* 1 i  have piiMed with yon h.tve iveri the  littlo ruys of Hiiiishln<������ tliiil hns mudo  th<> ralnliow to nmwur after tlm dark!  storm <>f my life.  "False tvuhor!" broke in the ciung ',  ed girl,   "You darn to say thlnun Ukr*1  that to me when you havo tbe henuth,  tul lovlna Mfirie, who lovfs nnd believes in youl" |  ".U.UH ,"    lit'     Ir jlCitU >!,    I.I    .l.i.'ll. >.V ��������� ,  "I did not think you knew my ulster  Mnrie.   Hut dho is no longer witli nm, j  nor is she m-pcudent u|mui iiic   She  sot llko n nioenle pavnmont, and ho*  twoon these rolling Jaws the flsli  crushes oystorn aud other molluskM  llko no iniiuy nuts.  Age of Elephants.  There nm records of olephitntu that  have llvwl for 2W> yenrs, umi nn age  of IM yvnrs Is not regarded as ho  very' ������M f'"' " I'lopliiuil. It lakes  nlMitit a quarter nf a century to got  int   li-   *,0\   ,  tl.f.   .,|,.r,l.  rl|^  the eonld teel rnehinir over her hce  From tin- tunpoi'tirv refuge of the  ouplMiiird she manng������d to any, though  h������'i' puU.'o i������M'iiwd oo hri", "Oil, i  can't. I am not ������ good giirsser, J������������n������  ny.   What did you tee*"  J<������nny waH������l until her poor Hittl������*  victim had turned bnck aii'iin, "What  I saw wouldn't pjense ymi much to  frm>������e, tith ymr ietchr ������rr.ti*writ#. I  ������nw   your   ohl   tK.n.*v-liM������   eoneerter  Healthy Treat.  Tho limp In tlio summer ot which  the letcte* l^jrln to torn Is a tolerably  was marrk'tlyl-itiifday to a" deiii��������� friend ; sure Indication of tho imundness of tho  of mine, wno is wonHnv, nnd is the! tmn. Borne triws will keep tbelrfollngo  a visit before   alio   dopiirta   for   the   leave* nf unboaltby treen will t������Bta to  S??.U!riL"nif-.??!)���������: ���������"li^."2**JL.!0-- ��������� *nnw *lzn*of ,orn,n* hrown or yellow  ������... ,./.���������.������ ������������������.. ..   ^ August  you and l������ ready to welcome you as'  her sister." i  As ������ho liMoneil to him Delle's fnce  grew ii shinned erimnoii, nnd nguin she ���������  Iwnrd awl hide llm de.p, hot, blush, Med tti screen her emotion behind  ii'.'r handi".  Again, low and tenderly enme the  tweet (drain* of "T^ivf". netieiith the  touch of the master band, then tlw  lumwious eyes oi pupil and toucher  met.  An the Inst yearning note died awsv  IMIe put out a tr*muVnn> little h"nd  "Can you forgive me?" she pliadcl  "You enn wvet kiK>������i' the minory ^'"i  A Queer Manx Law.  Acpordinir to  Manx   law,  a  ehlld  tWIIty of piilllnt a homi������'������ tall fa llnhlo  lo I* sealed for two hours on a wooden horse nnd thon whipped.  ���������aw   your   ohl   bonev-dp-w   eoneerter nrompti*l m" to my th**''  wHh tho  hrflM-timwhisiKrole.'  oiid'toyou!"  ������usi������ry  TU- T W'-iT'*-  Yo OUe ChHHmee Wye.  A "t'hHslmaa pyo" of the olden  flmee wn* mr Immense and extwnafrt  affair. At on* tlnw It waa com\ymnA'  ���������4 of ttemb. Hah and fowl, and the eroat  was ealled ��������� ���������Voflln" In oM Knfllek  books.  CONCERNING WOMEN.  The gins of the lloston public actioolt.  nre to hnve uu opfKirtunity ot tiiKinj.  |wrt In ouidoor aporta on the huiiu-  terms us ihelr brothers, Outdooi gaiuei.  uud gyiiimiKtles will be iiiuue part ot  tbe ciirrlciiimn just us soon us piny-  giouiids tor girls can be Mtieil up.  The Dm liens of Fife, better known  ai the princess royul, who is a diiuwh-  ter of King IMwurd, Una sitiriHi un  earliest eiiiiipulgu for high iiih'K vvtMi  Ing ilresHi'K, The duchess bus been up-  peiirliig In court nnd at the opera tn  giiwiis unusually high, und her example Is being followed by intiny women  In l.oiiilou. Including Americans.  Prom derma uy comes an Interesting  story   ciiiicpriiliig   three   little   gins  Herr Krimsier. a rnercautile elerk ami  ���������the  fuiher of tlw  children,   was.  It  j M-eui*. noiiie years ago staying at Itor-  Kmn mul while there thiitii'fd to mv?  | uu elderly  Jupiuiese geiitleiimn  limn  1 (Iroiiiiliig. nnd the latter proved to he  ! Ikron Wlyoslil of the JupuiiHse em-  ; i I., n .m..    ������ti....,   ,  I.  i      .  I left tn each of Herr K������v������i������li'r'������ Ittttn  i iliiiiuhiem the mm of 'mm murks, or  , *,\**.*J. provided thut they dress like  ' Jiipauese until tbey rtnib the ago wl  , fourteen,  i    The Herman omproas bit* Inniignrui-  Wi ,.,,������.,.. jiunrtkuiilMjih  (rl������.,iMil.diiuii������ tli  tterllii. one ut tbt imwi iisetm iieiug  trim of ibe Central Armm'IiiNiiii ot Oer*  i iimiii AM ream*.   Tht word ot Hue so  : i leiy la In fiuibl* actresw* io proraie  i llieinseirva wllh tm-emmaty iheairicai  , eomumee nt flit lowest emu   llie eim  |ire������������ gfv������<* Hits fHarttf all te*r ".,urt  and eteultig itowim, and many ot tne  birth* iii |t*������rttn moetety follow tt,-r e*.  ) "tuple,   fbtm ladle* who do not 1***.  | Inclined  tn trite outright  eeil  ifietr  vbAbrm to ibe ������������nrtaH������o a������ ctiraply  a* |������iMlliie   Th* *mpr*mm b* tirr-uter,*  of mis sdmlrahl* society rhartty. tiKl  ihi* |>ietwinr Inteenmrw emtntitt*ne*i by  p " hit- ifotie tmvh to rntt* the mC'infcirtf  I *1 tnmymmlat aU* nt tbe MmttiMtt nnam.  Cheerfulness at  Meals.  A thouNiinil II11lo windows ure open-  ������1 by the cursory conversation at tbe |  bieakfiisi table through which to look  Into tho deeps and uhullows of tbe  home.  Sometimes the only meeting plnco of  a family of growing boys mid girls Is  Bt the table. Yet, us u rule. How much'  Is left lo be desired In Hie wuy of  cheerfulness nml conversation during  the iiienltlines of most Inrge ramlllus:  There Is only one wny tu create a  revolution In tlu* family coiixeloiis of  tuning dull, ulleut uud utiliiicreHtliig  meals, li Is for each member uf It to  Itiru over ii now leaf. Kadi one tuiisi  conic to the table prepared m show his  or her bent Hide. Hie Hide too often  withheld Inun fitfully life, he It he-  stowed ever ho abundantly elsewhere.  Kvery member of Ihe family must  realize as evening closes In uud Hit*  varicolored threiids of Hie I mny dny  nre gutliei'i'd together thai there must  be a little uiiNelllsli eil'iiri mude by  each one If the unity In to bo preserved  nnd the family (lie kept tianiinrili.iiH,  The cIhmtiillness Hml lells moat nt  fnmlly meals ||n<|s cxprcMMlon In light,  pleasant, happy talk. Ho not bring  your U'oiiiili'M tn the table, but Inter  I'silni! Niiiiles, uiieiiloteH und Hie Imp-  lieiilngs o| Uu. curlier of the world 111  which your work Is situated. If the  fill lier lirlugM In.me pli-iisani Milnu's (���������*  talk iilmiil. his lilishiesn life wiil In*  renl nml plmslng to ilmst* who lovt*  umt believe in mm nnd 'ini see life  only Hiroiiuh bin t'.ves Co lw cheerful  In iml lo lm ui'llliciul: Hell bet Is II lure-  Itm liisiiicerliy iipmi ilmst. urouiul ymi.  I'lleerlulliesw |������ n (���������nn ,i| i|tiselll*li-  Hess, n illllleiili, iinl.ie fnrm. wliieh In  ,m, wm.ni, (,. i en I lie uppiti in I lull II  tb..i|.r>. i-i  gallery the accompanying sketch of  him is taken, states thut his parents  were strolling players. After a boyhood fruitful in varied experience, he  joined the army, where he rose in the  course of ten or eleven years to tho  rank of sergeant-major. It was at the  age of about thirty-three that he took  up journalism, and. in.this new calling his success was from the start an  assured one. Before he was forty he  was earning over a thousand pounds  a year, and that means much for a  writer in England. Tho hard training  of, his boyhood and young manhood  had given him a mass of experienca,  nnd a view of life very different from  that of the college graduates who  form so large n portion of England's  journalists. And his stylo was strongly colored by his life and character.  If had to a very, unusual degree that  quality of personality which .makes  one man's work stand out from thut  of all his contemporaries, It wns a  cufo of the style being the man.  Blatchford's views became moro and  more markedly socialistic, nnd''finally  he threw up a very profitable poat to  found. The Clarion in 1891. Since  thnt time he hns b'H'ii the recognised  leader of English socialism. "Ilo is  now fifty-eight," says T. P., "and liis  vision is clearer thun it used to be.  He suftiirs no mun to mould his opinions, nud allows no consideration of  party to restrain him from their dissemination," This testimony is particularly interesting just now, on'account of the fuirly well-founded suspicion that the action of Northcliffo  in publishing Hlutchforil's letters in  The Daily Mail is merely an attempt  to draw public attention uwuy from  the main issues uf the strife by working up a war sfiir.1 lie is thought to  lie "dri'iving u herring neross tho  trail." And there is .some reason to  support lins view, fir Northcliffo's  leanings are well known, ami In- Ims  ni'Vi'i* lici'ii particularly scrupulous ill  his inetlinils. I!u'. whatever may lm  thought    of   the   ilisitlt'Testeilness    of  the man who wns Allied Huriiisvvortli,  a journalist ffe-luuce, nml is now  Lord Northeliffe. the owner of Tlm  Times and a pillar of titled ������ofiety,  there enn be little oiiestion of tho  nliKoluti' sincerity of the brilliant  soi'iulint who is just now working together with hlm. Hubert Hlulchfonl  in nn honest man, nml If he Iiuh written thus" letters i>f pa.-iiuiHito warning  to Kiiglmlimeii. il ln.lMruiii.it he he-  li.v, s    Hngliiiiil   is   in  danger,    And  Whether  HI   lint   one   ehmiseii 'to   feglirl  his warning as well (minded, there  enn li iiinlly little question thnt tlm  let!, i.- life writtci. il, ftin.'h .1 Wuy an to  lllllke   rifle   I'll'.'   the   Sllbjeet   the   lllllft  eiirni-'t   i'oi;i<i.|efu!ioii,  With regard to the persmml char-  net* r  of   the   inun,   T.   |������,   says   that  While tn III" |H||l||i> hi. Ik 'HllU ill.  spired ilellifigi'i.'lle with the Hcry tongue, to Hum- ulio know him he ia thn  gentle friend nf   ull  the   world,   tlm  A Way of a Clever Mother.  Few people nre remi) lu utile ways  for Mlckiiess | kecit on hand n milt  caui\ hu>u a eiirelul umiher timtitlnliiL'  li kirn..nn. iun iiigiiMre������������fM. |������m| slip-  |ntm, briHh mul ci.iiib aiid tmiiblirusb  for eiuertfeiiry. Mueli uMiriisiini null  hurry enn be anvitl In a titiiii>ehold.  esiwhillj wtiere fliem urt* chliilrcii. If  the mother will renew eertnln Ntipplles  lM>fure they an. ijulte ^������������i| up I al-  ���������Aa;.* k������vji ..ii in , i *'������������������������������������ i������n������-������ nml *bne  tillllullH   klile e|;i.l|iH, n llfW iwlr ������tch  'if   gfnvci   .Illd   -f   ��������� !!:������-<,   II   tli'lltlhrilStl  or two and iiimiy "tbt-r tblncN in my  auppiy drawer. ��������������� pian I tennteti tram  painful r������i������rtei������.������������������������ of hr������������liaa������������ and  hnlnt r.itind Nt thp litff mritttmnt, Wfe#R  It wa* too inte to ru������h ooi for i������w b������*  Helen   S>* nn* l* alt"***, to ftol^ ibrm*  , Mdve* ft..������. tuu euume of stt(i0ly ������Uft>  ��������� ������M 9������nulMkm.  ...... i,.  ,..,.,..._,).    ,,i    nr,   i'niuro������e.  ��������� Tt"  " 'i>l".   o .   n,.     ..   \     i   , , ,  ! tkiw,  nml  the  plui*  to  lie  happy  Is  I here,    With  suffering   humanity' hit  tymru������hy   is   iufir.it. .     ||,-   <\u^   t}(,.  'Ii'i'tntll  dug'  tint  guilty,  t|tl,|  prenchorl  )0  wider hiiiii.'.iiitnriani-iii  with n fer-  Vl.f   tliiil   if   f|k   Vl"nrnl|a   nv   11   U   uir,,>i.������i,  j Owl* ve. Bird  PeiU.  j The fruitgrowers of New %>nlnnd,  ! nftei long rucking their brain* m  | Vain  A, hiul Mi|,i'  way  i,( gelling rid  I of the sn,till bird |*-������l, ne."illy  Hii.ui'iit of trying ow|������, A huiidr������������.|  >iimli <i rmnii nut* were (irdi-rid frnin  j J'.uii.pe, aud a purl ol ties order tti.*  I i|e|iv������nil  lii-t  Sipleiiilsr,    'Ihe owu  ,   m.l-       ..U. I..li> i      ...       .{., illlll   /I.IWUlg  di.ilri, J,, M,.l UMiiiMlMtely pi ,ved i%  Vnii.irrdtl mi'iv������������, They killed wax-  .jn. linciie-. gr.vii hoi tn, Hiruahu*.  hlakbird* uud rpnrrou.; al������<9 mtc,.,  r������t*. and y������mng rnbbita, Thev |������*l  th*ir yiung o-\ e������t4*r|iilUni. erub*. ,.|jj.|  b.'tHif. arid their only lau.t ������������.m^J  l������ ������*>��������� nn '*s*<-ii������ir,nal tonanest for *  I bmtuyatd Cliickcu. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  issued   Every  .T"������*-������*l'iv   bv   the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Pub ishing   Company.  This paper will too nul.l itself  responsible for the ������ipiui<ni*of others, ns may appear in it- columns  'row time to timo.  TUESDAY,   MAR.    ->���������),    1W10,  LAND ACT  Form of Netkv  SAYWAKD LAM) PI STRICT  District of Say ward  Take notice that Tlu- Ilat Portage Lumber Company, Limited,  of the city nf Voiicotuvr in the  Province of British Columbia,  occupation, Lumber Manufacturers, intend to apply for permission to purchase the .following described land: Commenc  ing at a post planted on the  North-eost coruer of Lot 486;  thence South 80 chains, more or  less; then East 30 chains, nioie  * or less; thence North So chrins,  more or less; thence West 30  chains, move or le*s  Dated this 21st day of Dec 1909  The Hat Portage Lumber Co. I���������d.  William M\ers,  Agent.  MADE IN CANADA  EILLETT'S  JgREAM TART/SR,  Grade  ' ���������*������������������? "*!U *'  f*ftUtItWiK(Ur  Guaranteed Chemically Pure  SOLD IW PACKAGES AND CAKS  Same Price aa the poor  Adulterated Kinds  E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.  Taronto, Ont.  Garden, Field  and Flower  Seeds  Now crop now arriving* from our growers in Englund,France  Holland, Cunadii and the United Stales. All tesleil as to vitality ond purity on arrival. The best is good enough for our customer*. Catalogue free.. HuinesB will he continued at our old  stand until May. "After that in new location, which will be announced later.       Addreue  M. J. HENRY, 3010 Wcsminstcr Rd, Vancouver  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  Tho groat Uterine Tonie, aad  only sate effectual Monthly  Regulator on -which women can  depend. Sold In three decrees  ot strength-No. I, $15 No. 2.  10 degrees stronger. $3; Ko. a*  ter special coses, $5 per box.  Bold by oil druggists, or wj  prepaid on rooclpt of prioe.  , ���������,     Free pamphlet. Address! THN  ������)MlllDI0INlB0.,T*>l0NTO.OHT. (/������rnKrtylV%������������to*l  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby -^iveil that an  application will be made, to the.Legislative Assembly oi lire Province  ���������of British Columbia at Ud present  Kes������ion for an Act to i ivrporate a  "'impany wFFpower ' u> ti ii"d;~eolF  ftruct. maintain and opc-Aie a rail-  w*y ot standard or nurr.'W guage,  to" be operated by steiun, flrctrichy,  or othet motive power, f>r the pur-  poii9 of currying .paswnyors, logs  aud 'inbrohmHlise, or en.lie.r, from  Hardy Bay or Port McNeil or  some point between ibmi.  nr some  o other convenient loini near thereto on the Kust Coast of Vancouver  Inland to Conl Harbor mi li'U Went  Hrm ol tiuutuino Som.d. or to some  point on Rupert Am, Quittbirio  Sound, or :o a coTive..i'*i'; joint on  Quntsin.o Sound in Knt^ii District,  Vancouver Island, Provi. ce of British Columbia; with power to con  f ruot, acquire, own mul  inaintuiii  nvhurve* nnd docks in cniineuiion  therewith; nnd to cnin-tnict, ne*  quire, own, ohertor, -quip- and  maintain BtCBixi and n i.ei* vouvela  und boula Hnd to operuti* the mine  nu nny mivig,iblo water!*; und with  till powers jiiven by w.o "Model  Hallway Bill;" nnd with mch nth  *���������} pownrH and privilu.if iii'iiul or  incidental lo i\ll or any of tlie  nfiirediiid pur|.ouei.  Dutcil thii 22nd dny i.f .1-my. 1810  Ha USA lll> A UiMlOltTSON  Siiliui'iir- far llu> A|i|������..iii'.nt6  /n.  \  New  England  Hotel  Under New  Management.  First-Class   Board  by  the day, week or month.  Reasonable Rates  The Bar has beeu new  ly replenished witli   tbe  with thfe choicest of wines  liquors aud cigars.  _ James-JAAaltens.,__  Proprietor  ^  Cumberland, n.  O  j  NOT.'CK is'.ii'ivbv   ,;'ivi*ii  tlmi  |l|!||'tl|   ll'.l'll   (' .tl*   I      ''llOI'll       tO  .<'        ���������  H ."' VI    i,i.. III.     (if  ';    :     ' * '��������� *        .        fll  li ,'*vey  ll.llc! Sl.'I.H    I ������'   l'"i'l    Jial'U')', .11.  C.  I.)iit...| Juiimiry i!7th, MHO.  William  Ibilllt.  Ci iiiiuiu' i M;'-i'.'i JUI -FwHJM-  ti. 1 1'. do- .i.ii'ior*. id Ol>ii>. (..diuuit  imu A i'-nr>. ni"t-,. Ivii 1 . lodiiy,  ( -n nffur from tlieu|i'*r< urn of nn  inn .'iiMil ru v d li*'e c������'i ��������� h ton,  11; nu mn 11 r 1 *\fi**i,  %       \t hui. in* 11   nm.      .>��������� t'������nni*  ������   Of     h       j HII'   t'll't'   ������" I V.    f.'l*  I   viii)- the    j eii' r   ( t ii piiipt)  I l.v the iiiiuiu  mini*    .1 Ui������i'i enll  \.   )t 11 i >  e .r    t If    v.    .,,.%,*,  t      j." t   c n 1'ieii t  n 1      (U     in  ������������������ li* 1 ti" .  . .-._ *��������� mm..   ���������  m\R\\\>:\)   l.iaht.I...���������-,.>��������� i*MNv  ������������������; ' , mu   if, 1!'!������-,   hImi   ,   i*  ��������� iMiiiiy  ln*',!t 1,   |"'i.    ���������.   ,' 1 .;.. 1  0 11 lm..* ninn* W) tiHj������������'������^r ��������� vjtt r,*v*  Villi   MiiMlmuiiMii, C"������   "���������    I*.   <'���������  Form No. ih  LAND   AOT.  FORM OF NOTICE.  .Victoria Land District.  District of  Tlujiert.  TAKE NOTIOE that A. Neville Smith, of Vancouver,:'-occupation Law Student, intends to-,apply for permission to purchase the  following described landa:-:.  Commencing nt a post planted  at the North East corner of Lot 2  Beaver Cove. Rupert District,  tlience 5 chains South nioreor less  to the North West cornwr of T. L.  No. 3712S thence 40 chains East;  thence 40 chains North; tlience 10  chains west more or less to the  salt water thence foil iwihg the  shore line in a South Westerly direction to point of commencement  containing 80 acres more  or less.  A, NiiAH.f.K Smith.  Name of applicant  [in full.}  Per John Mathers, Agent.  Dated January 24th, 1010.  mW  Wood's PhosphoAiAt*  The Great English Remedy.  Tunes aud Invigorates the whulo  nervous Bvstem, niiikeu nu\v  Ulead In old Vein* VtirtnA'erv-  ow. Debility. Mental and Uniin Wony, Jk������  ponuenc-i. Sexual Weakness, finfiasionv, Sper-  matorrhna.iindEffrcts o/Aouseor Ji.rtesurs.  Singer Sewing Machines for  sale on easy terms at tlie NEWS  OFFICE. i  Satisfa������tion ��������� Buy a "Grand  Duke" and have *atisfaetio:u Union made, hand made, and made  from clear Havana Filler,  Form No, 9.  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice.  Coniox Land  District  District of Const,  TAKE notice that Henry Arthur Young, of  Vancouver, occupation Muster Mariner, intends lo  apply for p������nuiij.sinii  to purchase  the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted 011  Thui'lovv   Ishnd  nhout  one mile  Kust of Green Point, In-side 11 post  marked A, J\   A.,   N.   JJ.   cur,  thence We������t   HO  chains;   thonce  South 40 chaiim;  tlience East 40  chains; theuco along shoreline to  point of ccniiiiioiH'i'iiieiit, containing ItiO acres more or lean,  Henry Arthur Voting  Name of Applicant [in full]  Ambrose 1> AIHm'jii,  A^ont  Dato December full, .11)09, *  I  OF KVKliY KIND, in any  ijiia'itity, by tlie |jiiokaKe or  by the pound.  Ornamental Shrubs  Fruit Trees  Oinwn tn suit   the B. C,  ehniati'."  Catalogue  Free by Mail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Ltd.  780 Granville Srroot  P. O.   Box  1003  VANOOUVER, B.O.  I   The Oliver Typewriter for 17 Cents  a day!  Please read the hewlline over again. Thun  its tremendous nigniticance will ddwuup m  ynu.  An   Oliver -Typewriter"���������the   stnndari"  v gible writer-tlie ninjt highly perfectt-d  typewriter on the markot-youre fur 17 oeut  a day !  The typewriter wlinso cot<iuest of thi  c mmercial world is (mutter of bminest  history-yonnt for 17 cents 11 day!  Tne typewriter th������t is equipped with  sours of Bnoli ooovenieuces as "The Iklauc-e  8hift"-"The Ruling Device"-Thi Double  Release!'-" The Locomotive. BaBe"-"The  Autoraaiii* SpacV-'l'lie Automatic Tabu-  lnior"-"The Dii'iipearing Indicator"-"The  Adjustable Paper Fin  aers"-"fhe Suientitiu  Oond.Ubed Key-  linan'"���������all.  Yours For 17  Cents a Day !  Wft iiutouiloed this  new stili* plan neently, just to f**el the  pulse of the people. Siinpiy a small cash  pnyment-then 17 cents a day. That is  ihe plan in a nutshell.  Tlie resn'fc has been srich a  delusie  m  applications for machines that we are simply astounded;  The   drmand   cumes  from   people ot all  elassps. all Bfjes, allociupatioos.  Tlle;TinF5t)Hty^fiBipilrieirh"KS~cotnt������rfronr  peoplo of knowing financial stnndinrt win  werft attracted by thu novelty of thc proposition.    An impressive Uiinonstration of  the immense popularity of the Olivor Tyju  writer.  A. startling confirmation of our belief thn*  the Kra of Uuiversnl TypewiitiiiR is at  hand.  A Quarter of a Hill-  ion People are Making MONEY with  OLIVER  Typewriter  TUB STANDARD VI8IBLB WUITKlt  Thu Oliver Typowriter isa nioiieyiimker  riff it fr m t io w.iril "gn!" So oany to run  thiitbetdiitioi'i H001 yet in iho "exper."  clans. Knr.i tii ymhtiM. hot tin inn-  chine piy tlio 17 ui.niln.1 duy-nuil nil above  that iy yuurx.  Wherever you aio, there's worl. tu he  iluio ami moii'y to bo mudj hy uwmuk tlm  O.iver. The bunlniBn world b edl'iiK fur  O.iv i* op 11 nt ri. Tlierjurci not enough lo  supply the lUuunil, Tneir HalurieH iuu uou-  oldorihly abuvo ihono of ran y cUxum uf  wurkor*.  <tfy,     .       .  ., Sexual Weakness. Amissions, St*r  ..��������� (rt, find Effects of Abuse or hrtessrs.  Price 11 per box, stxforM.- Ono wlllplciwc.r.x  will euro. Sold by all druiwUu or ltimled In  plain iiki. 011 roeolpt ot price .At 10 lmiifhlct  mailed fret, Ttnm t\  (formerly IPijkJsw)  Toronto, Oni.  PRICE BY ITSELF MEANS  NOTHING IN  ROYAL  STANDARD  FLOUR  The Flour with the ABSOLUTE  GUARANTEE.  ���������Manufactured hy^���������  Vancouver Milling  =&=Crain Company4td=  VANCOUVER, B. C.  The most exacting and particular Bread Bakers)) are, our best  customers. Order ROYAL  STANDARD���������Build up British  Columbia's industries. Every  sack guaranteed.  Form No. 11.  LAND ACT.  ������������������m*   Form of Notice.  Sayward Land District  District of Victoria.  TAKE notice that the North'  Pacific Lumber Oompauy Ltd., of  llarnet, IJ. C. occupation, Lumber Manufacturers, 'intends to ap  ply for permission to lease the following desoribed foreehore:  Commencing at a post planted  on the south line of C. G. Lot 28,  at its ineetsng ]M)ti.t with the  boundary line of Lot 1, Sayward  District and being at the North  East corner of said Lot 1. Thence  South 20 chains, thenco East 40  ehains, thence North to high water mark and thence Westi-rly und  following the shore line at high'  witer murk to point of commencement.  Tuk North Pacific Li'MBiarX.o  'Limit* i>  Name of applicant in fuli  A. Chai'leson, Agent  Dnted Jan. 18th, H������|0  'An Oliver Typewri-  Juit Totirabl*.  Concerning a certain time sprvlnu  Wnsblngton clergyman of whom 0 via- , , # ,  Itor was one day ez|)reB������lng a harsh ter  in  OVOrV home!  est I mute Prosldont Lincoln said: 1  l think you ore ratliM hard on Mr. ���������,!   Thnt Ih our buttle ory tmlHy.   Wo Imve  He romtndir. me of a man in Illinois who '      .  .,  n , , , ,  wm arretted for Mining ������ counterfeit i"***1" fcl,t>0 iver Ht^aiua iu UHiifuhieKH mul  bill. Ue admitted thnt ho had taken It ulxilutuly Imlimioiiniibio lu luuiuviH. N..w  to a bank oaihter to know If tt wat a  Form No. 0  LAND ACT.  Koriu nf No'ico.  Kiiywiird Lund Dintrlct.  Distiiriuf Victoria  TAKK NOTICK that the North!  oood bill. "Well, what wai tha reply of  the caahterr aaked hia lawyer. "Why,"  evemvely nniwerod the prlioner, "he eold  It x*,u* n pretty tolerable, reipeetable port  or u bill,"  Mr, Lincoln thoujfbt the clorjrymnn  "a pretty tolerable, reipoctable sort of  a clergyman."  At Cloae Range.  "Who la that neglected looking little  boy wltb dirt orer Ida fnco?"  "lie la the child of tho noted natron*  1'ncill.t Kiimhui C..��������� Ltd , of Unmet; om' who Uvea over tbe wny."  u c .,*���������., 1 11(1(ilH. M,llin/ ���������      "Ob, la he? Como her������, aonny.   Hun  il t. iH.u.i|iiitiiui Lumber Muiinf.c, Uomo an<1 ,������������������ yQW fH���������lfr h/doogn.t  uier .inti'iidmo npply fir purtni*-1 need bla teleacopo If ho wnnti to aco  nun liipuiehiiHU Ihb fulluwiiiH den.  "V0** ������n tbe boo."  cril't-d laniU:  - ; -���������  tliiniineiieinp nt   11 prmt   pluntnd1 Hie Trnutila.  nt li.inu id U.iek Itlnff. 4 ehulna ntul     Frlenrt-Dnn'i  worry  becauae your  -o ii.u  vi^...  ,. ,.   t.   ,,, 1 ewct'ibeiiri Una lurneit you down alnce  .Sib. North (mm   h. It,,   comer! ,0u loat your m*mry.   There nre ua  .1 V.. G   \M !2H,   llifit   North 41)1 toot, flab lo tbe aim aa ever were  uliniiiMliHhKaM ulmui lOclmlna to, c"u������ht*  J,,,od 0������������-Vm, but I've loat  tny bait  omiiOB tliu iiunquunt uf tho hntne<  The ������iin|illuity auilntrnii|ith ot the Oliver  lit It lor funilly iiwi, It I* buc������inlfit( 1111  ini|jortuul ���������amor in tlio lioine inttuu g of  viiinu vui|ili', Aimhioatr im well *e n  uioiioy innkur,  Our new huIIIiir pi in |iu*H   the   Giver  1 n tlio tlirodmlil ntivory liuuw hi Amtr-  it'll.   Will yuu nlum the due" of   \our  liiime or ulllif uu thin renierlul) 0 Uhvur  i|iportuult*i,  iViite fur furtlier detailH uf our iwhj  ulTer end it frio e >|iy uf the new Oliver  outiduu,      AiUlroHH  The Oliver Typewriter Company.  iiiw xjiiiai Jyyumiimifi iiu������lu������i������fc,  Chicago, tla/'V.B A.  ry  11 c co ���������  fecial Hu'kco No. ������'������l51, then South  .' ..i.tiiiiut -IH clmjiii., I lii'ii alone iihore of  1 Meimiea Hitjr in plaoe of eoinmenei"*  , rienl on Kft line nf;0. tl. Lot UH,  I    Tuk Noutii IVitfii' Lvmukr Co.,  Limitkh  Name uf uppliemil in lull  A   iMnilfwin, Aiiein  ������.te! l^th .liiiiuarv. 1S������JU  Ripe Old Age.  UtU* Wllll������-8ay. pa, what la a ripe  old nveT Pn-tt'a tlie age, my aon, at  which n mnn la willing to admit tbnt  be'a not tbe only dried apple in tbe  pantry,  New Drew (luetic, (llnglmtin",  Dimities, Mntdinn. Luce*. ������te. At  CiuitpUdl I Iron,  OUDElt  ROYAL  STANDARD  FLOUR  ruti'onizo homo induntry.  FOR SALE���������Heavy draft horse  and second hand express wagon.  y to S. Leiser & Co^Ltd.  'WANTED���������A nmurt tidy girl  uhont 1& or   1(5   yeai'R     of age.  u* mothers helpi. Apply   at this  otlice.  Advertisers will eonfci* n favor  hy liriiigiiig in Mioir ads, not later  thnn Monday, 11s xhia will ennldo  tho printers, to insert it in the  next issue on the following Tuesday.  IP VOU WANT GOOD  PRINT LNO GO TO THK  NKWS. I'IRST-CMSS WORK  9  I  O.H TARBELL  ^."LltHIA^  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting; to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars npply to���������  J. IL HOLMES, Agent  or to  G. Ll. WOOD, Master:  Phone 44, Comox ,13, C.  60 YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  TrtADc Mark*  DCBIONfl  OopvnmHTsAc.  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Ami nil XITCH EN    UTHNHILS  Autmio nonrtlng r\������1'������i<>li nmlfJiwrliiiliMi mny  fliiHiiilf Mtiortulii onr npliiiini rrufi_*������luHhi>r.mi  iiivmillnn ti* prohnl.lr J">������������K������*ftt!r,V  miu. fruit. UI1I11H nnmirt nSVieiini  I'litiini* inlmn llinniuh iliiiiii *  ijifd.il tmllrf, wlilmiit dliiiruo, In tno  nmiMi.  "ntulin  miu,  Sportsmens Goods  mid  General Hardware  NOTICK in WMiy given thnt  JHI iliiyw after ilitle I   lr������te*n������t to ii|������-  , mm tm* *������������������***. rmt  :-'(>!i   RKNI    A   **     t"������>m<l  ,   :;.. ft'iil l'olit*'fit4. "hr'���������.     .^|������|i������y  r,   ���������*>. -   \ C'<!hi'i ��������� '*utri\, \m  W.-HiU**}  V.-liiU'..   S4:.!IT*.   '*���������  C.  The Oeeter'a Orrfere. ,   .        .,    u       ... . .,  Utre.O'narrlwB-rtwylnive yeahirk ply to thu 5*ii|HH'liiti'li.leiit or I'm  tbln^nipiy itruk un������ler th' baby'/ Mr< vitiuial 1'olieo. Vintoiiii. fur n ho  t'erpy-Tb'doctor*������ortlbere.   tie mid     ... ��������� .    ., ,  m*. or������ have to keep tb' baby oa a u'1 ",l,,or ���������'W,"H'1 '"  ��������������������� promiM*  ! ^*'**rrl k"0U'ii mul ilt'W'riliwI Hi* till' WuoiL  ' ! <������tOotT'H' ai1<I      1 C ,,!    *������������������ ���������*��������� **tmee. het (o ihlv npnet l",������ ������i������u|i|������!iitf I'll , citililt I Lot  .... . 0  i   ',* "HeMiara la ibe ���������ucceaefal auei 17S Coniox I ������������Mt*i������*������.  supnlicci h>r dances tc\^mi"* ,ru*m j A.,..ir \v,.,m|i������������������.  socials at Thos RoIk | !:������������fHi i-vwimrv mi.. r.u.������.  iiuuii'j. l *  KOIISALK���������Pum hml wliito  I.H'liorn i-nncti������i"a! thin vwtr'a hirrla.  hali'hi'il from impovttil i'^f*'.  (iiinrniitiH'd from thu.lmat u^g lny-  iii^Htrnlii on tin* const, Pric* ?1  i'!ii*h. Arrnlv .1 I.tiunuii'iv Cuiiinv  post ollice, JI. C,  MAM  [ill * iSj, tvrmn*  IlltllO  Scientific Jhttcrican.  A }ii������*inmoif illiiftriiiiMl ������r������H>tlr. Ijirvvai tit.  ruliitlim nf imr ���������(il������NUiin l'liirim. Tiiriiit.M it  rmyi I'lyr nuMitnii II. B ������w Ur wninwnii,������i������rj,  Nnt only is it a nice mild  inioke, hut the "Grand Duke'"  Ci^ar has nil those ncci-jwniy  iptulitifi which gh*r no tniich  miitinfaction to the mnoker.  Subscribe   for   tlvi  Cuml)crlanil   Nkws  $i 50 a year.  *mmm*tmm*mmF,mmmm*\\ i     jimiin in mt%,j..m.,  NOTICK  Any poi'oon or piuwinc, cnttiiif;,  I'tunoving or taking  nny   hlockn,  titiihor or wood, of any dcHci'iptioiln  lolotiging t<> tliH Wellington Col-  ih'rv Oo'y., or from nr off thohmd  nf tho snid Compnny.M'lll ho pro*.  t'cutoil to tho full cxtont of tlie law,  F.  D. Little,  Supui'intetuU'iit  "\\ vii.iiljitin Cuiiitry v-'o^,  N01ICE,  Uidinp; on locomotivw and  rail  way cara ol   the   Union   Hollier-/  Company hy any peraorv  or  yrr*  iii������ a���������i������xi*������*pt ������ain crew���������i^ alrictly  proh'^-UeiL   Employee*  rre mli-  <ee toi.ianiiaaa) for allowing itin-  Tiy ordw  Krancw D  f.rmn  Mpna^oi,  I THE -NEWS.   CUMIJESLAKD,   BR-ll'ISH :COLUMBIA..  The Cumberland fiecus  NOTICE is hereby given that  80 duys after dntel intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner ofLandi- and Works, for a Li-  ceii6e to prospect for coal and pe-  troleum o,n and undor the following land situated in the Coniox-  District:���������Commencing at a post  . niTifkod southeast corner of claim  No. 2, placed about 20 chains west  from the.S. K. corner, of Section  32 Denman [slaud, running West  80 chains North.80 .'cluiiiis,- East  80 chain*', thence South SO chains  to point of coiniiiencemeot.  Harry McClu--ky;  J".  J;, But'er, Age ���������  Dated March Ht.li, 1U1U.     '  The drink of strong mtm and healthy women.  Drink   U.  B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaima, BC  HERCULES Stump Pullers  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY,, FRUITS.  CIGARS ^ TOBACCOS  2). Hunden  Form No. 11.  LAND ACT '.  Form .of Notico  Coinox Land   District  District of Cortes Island  TAKE tidtic" that Helen  Bull  of llorict Bay, ���������;.;,- C.   occnpattoi.  Matron, intends to apply   for permission to leaso tlie  following de-  ���������scyilied lauds:���������-On Cortes Island,  B. O. being tha* portion of Sqnir  rel Cove known as the  northeis'-  ei'ly arm and described us follows:.:  J-^QouUljj^ijiglj^  prd/^itiS 'of?S^ norjl Cumberland Livery  west corner of.tinib sr limit 3(5265   *| ffl{\   FSCCl   St<lb!������...  thenco' '���������' .-o itlioasterly   along   the ! X  northeasterly'shore  one-half mile! *  more or less to. .the  ijotitlieastei'ly  shore thence following- the  t>oiitli-  eastorly shore in   a   southwesterly  direction 200 yards more or less to'���������  . i ���������  the  southwesterly    shore   thence  north westoi'ly along the sou I hunt  westerly sho'f'o prod lined along the  iniagitiary line across Squirrel T  Cove to a point on the uoi'tli westerly shoro thonco northerly along  the westerly shore to the north  shore  tlience southeasterly along  the northeasterly shore to point of  eoniiu^iieoiiieiit and containing si-sty (tfO) acres more or less.  Helen Hull, Applicant.  Dated March 1st, It'10.  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-������u<l service   between Vancouver,  JN'^oaiuio. Union, Comox, by  the  atuel Clyde built'twin rv.tew'  .steamer "COWICHAN"  Sailing tis under-���������  Leaves Vaueo.ver, Saturday 8pm  Arrives Nanaimo, Saturday 12 p ai  Arrives Union, Smith}- 6 n m  Arrives Comox,  Suuduy 8am  Returning:���������  Leaves Comox. ^uiiduy i p m  Ixinves Uiiio.. Sunday 5 ii m  Arrives Ni.iiiimo, Suudny 11 p m  Ai rives tfiiuoouvor Monday "am  Stngu leavon Union for Cutiiborlimu ������v-  eiy Sunday morning ou arriral of'-COWICHAN;" and leiives Cuiudorluiid Hotel  ut 1 [i m', connecting with Btetiaiur ui  Union.  ir  mtuxuctt,,  is indispensable m ihe  camp, a^d for al!  impromptu meals.  Add a li tie BOVRIL  to your canned meats  nnd soups and,note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and,  toothsome.  ������r  FOR   SALE���������Two    houses,  ou   Dunsmuir   Ave ue.     Go d  terms.   Apply   to  Courtenay.  -AND-  Walworth=Rolston Co. m  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B. C.  a   e  *fr  NOTICE is liorehy given that  thirty days after the first publication of this notice, 1 intend to  apply to tlio Superintendent of  Provincial Police for a hotel li-  eeiiHo for the Port Ivusnm Hotel,  situated at Port KiiKani, II C,  for the nix montlm ending Juno  IIOili, 1010.  Ralph 0. Ilerteiiiix.  Diiled March 1st,  UU0.  i      J'ort Knuiiii, II. C.  Form No. 0  > MND AOT  i Section 114  Kiipert Lund Uirtii'icL  Dinti'iet of���������  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : ALL  KINDS     wood  and Coal  Duiisiiiuir Avenue T  CUMHKRLANI),   B. 0,    J  STRAYED,_-Calf, red' and  white, without -earmarks or brand.  The owner can have,sanie. hy paying for this ad. J, K. C'alnau,  Happy Valley.  E. 0. Emde  Pipe fitting atitl  Genera]'repairing."  FOR SALE���������A juiloh cow,  newly calved. Apply to Alex U>-  quhart, Oourte.-tay, I.������. C.  in season at  D. HUN DEN'S  NOTICE  .r~"EverjTMonday and Tuesday I  will be iu town- to deliver Fresh  Butter and all kinds of Vegetables  and     ai o       potatoes; wil]  'sell cheap.  ' Cwiu YlSUK,  Sandwick.  ���������>jAlways the same, and just as  o*ood as ever. The "Grand Duke"  Cigar.  An' Ac! in the News  pays.    Try it*.  NOTICE.  Tenders will be received hy the  undersigned until Thursday, Mch.  81st,' to rent Oak Bank farm, foi  a term of five years. The farm  consists of 15-^ acres about ono  half of which is under cultivation.  There is u house wiih six rooms,  barn, stable and other buildings,  and about one acre of orchard in  bearing. ���������     .   ,    "  The highest or any  tender   not  neci ssarily accepted  Apply to John  Muudull Sard-  wickjB. C.  In tha matter of the '-Tramway  Company j Incorporation Act"  and amending Acts; and in the  mutter of The   Comox   and  Campbell Lake Tramway Company Ltd.  TAKE notice that, a map or plan  and book of reference showing the'-  lands presently intended to ho passed over and taken for tho purpose of the above Company'-- tram  way and a general description '"  the *>aid lands, and lne <iiu'.:; uf  the owners and oecn;iu*i'<- t\���������.v.  lnivu been uep..; '  Kegistry otlici;  toria, JJ. C.  "O     111  ,i.��������� fs  ,-i  Emeu:,  )ii:v  and ra!i^';.= ;   ri-o jj"  pipe' fitting and g-.m't:-r.*i!.**t'pj.  Third Street.  New Westminister Land   Di?f;icl  District of New Westminster  ������������������ TAKS^MffiiS-iiiai--E������ai" -   i'liuian.of-Tjtn':  aei<  Send us your name and  address, and we will mail  to you absolutely free, the  most complete catalog of  sportsmen's supplies ever  published on the Pacific  Coast.  FRASER HARDWARE CO.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  InaiMMnanmMaiaanMMM  Th  tends to apply  -o;-- .."������������������.-  purchase tlie foliuwiiio ds. ^.  and.s:���������Commencing at a   j. >sr  planted at llie North East corner  of i.inghom Island, and running  around the shore  of  th.    -nti.c  island to point    of  com���������eiv*  ment, containing  one 'hundred  acres more or less.  ' Erel Thu'ij,  Dated February 4th.  191c.  Lever' Brothers, Toronto, will send vou  free a cake of their famous Tlnn'tol  toilet soap,'���������'if you mention this pa**.,.  wi mi wiiw.an mm, .m  V  na;  pgEgtaggsai ? mm* ihr������n������^SBMggx mm  f jfrnm/twejitrrvi  ul"  1    TAKK NOTICK that Ai'llmr  TlioinnH Goo.Upeoil, of the City oT  Victoria iu tli(������ province of liritish  Columbia, occupation   a fnrniur,  I iiitemlH to Apply for permission to  ,. puroliiwu thu lollowing doHcrihed  I lniiili--Uouiinuiu!iiig  at    a   pout  [planted at tno Hontltwost cnriif������rof  'thu Indian Hc^orvo nt Hnrdy Buy,  Van co uviir Inland, thenee north n-  ' long   the   western   hoiiiidiiry  of  1 Indian Jleiuu'vo thirty oluiitiH fo  thn miiitli lino nf Tim bor  Lieeune  NiimTKM"   411D32, thenee westerly  forty clmliiH, tlience noutherly for..  ty chub)* to TmiJijimfo Ci*eel< and  thenco ermtorly    following along  tliopnid Creek to the point nf com.  tnoueoiiiont,  aud coutiiiiiiiig one  hu nd rtid nml   forty (110)  aerun  mom or lot**-  Arthur Thom a* OnoiWF.Kn.  Dated thoRd.vof Fob. VJU).  ���������^f  IS  I  M  tl  Pi  ml  t*  'i  The Courtenay Hotel  Every converhmop forRiipsii*,  Th������ Ointinl Hot) I for Sportimon  Nnnii hut thn llcst nf Wines and f^-tinr*.  u the Mar.  RATEH RKABONABL8  John Johniton,    Prop  For Heavy Work all men should wear thc  AMES-HOLDEN  PROSPECTOR SHOE  It's thc shoe for ihe man who has work to'do'-prospectors, hunters,  surveyors, etc, It ia bu'.lt of aolid leather, choice upper 3tock, pure  leather heel atiffene;*, uolid leather hecis and soles���������both insolca and out-  so'.ec, every sllicli perfect���������a worker's boot throughout.  Good leather U essential in a boot of thin kind, nnd in th:s you can  rely on the Ames-Holdcn r.hoe every time. Yet wc never hold that  iMtbcr p>r.e rr.r������.!:cs ;h". :!:.._ U.w..w **.x. -il^Jjwu, nu-t-ooii :.noeu into  wliicli {iuuu icAthur Jmti beta put, and which may even ft' perfect!,', but  they lac!; thc touch of the real workman. Thread and nails wont h dd  a boot together and make it give perfect service- ii muat be board to-  ������e*!;cr will, iaiwtii*-./. ~^ "uiicixii ti:in^j a'jout a boot must !-������  right- these count for much in thc rervice you get, and it is juct becati 0  of the hidden worth of the Ames.I-blden shoe because cf Ihe xvorhnuu:-  s/j//j���������-tho stitch on stitch attention to detail-the inspection at every  step -that yju git a h'.jjcr d:d!u.'' worth every timu you insist upon & \y>-t'-\ ,\  buying thc Ame������-I-!oMcn SS-se--th  ; frfect uhoe fer men. J?    ^J A*\  <*>  ./splendid  SlWP. OF   H  FOR MEN    (((  i\  AMES  HQLD1N  *y/iCE*S mtriAOi  ^^***-r ���������-**������������������ mm..  :rtr?,r,,  J^ .*.  jj^lt ��������� >��������� ���������       .in * JJIXIA ,.1  .^ unv. of w  r O ft   ,r*������ *"    "������ i.������ ��������� 1 r* "������ ������������������' ���������. " 1  '   *""    *'    -���������  ������������������     - -   ���������    '-,     i  n tmm~* THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ������&* His i?  Courtship.  By HELEN R. MARTIN.  ���������I "TiUU: A Mennonit* MUd."  'S  OttprjrtpM, OOT. tn/ SScOurt. phOlivtAC*.'  (Continued.)  Mrs. Morningstar laughed. "Yous  fetch out such Dig words still! Just  like Doe���������Pete. I mean." she quickly  corrected herself. "Pete, lie's always  spittin' them big words out too. A  body'd think It would go to your  brains: ain't?"  Georglana picked up hope���������her intuition as to Pete was perhaps after  all oot a mistake.  "Pete has had some schooling?" she  Inquired^  At this question Georglana was puzzled to observe that Eunice, who sat  on the opposite side of the table from  Pete, gave a slight start, raised her  constantly downcast eyes and looked  at the farmhand with a faint smile.  Though his own gaze had been resting  persistently, almost embarrassingly,  with n bucolic, stupid stare upon herself, Georglana saw that be met Eunice's glance with a sudden look or  Interest which seemed to change his  whole countenance.  But Mrs. Morningstar's reply to her  question diverted her attention and arrested her sense of astonishment at  this puzzling transformation.  "If he had sehooliu'? Well. I don't  know if he was to college like yous.  But this I kin say���������he kin read wonderful good off the noospaper. Why. you  wouldn't know it was readiu'���������you'd  think he was just talkin'."  "Now I'd put it the other way  round." said Mr. Morningstar critically. "Td say his talkin' sounds as if he  was readin'. Pete." he asked, "was  you to such a college ever?"  "Well." said Pete tentatively, "1  seen u college oncet when I was iu  town."    Daisy gave~forth"~"a"~!iftitr*stj������efli"of-  amuseineut,  but Instantly  pulled  her  countenance  straight again,   with   au  apprehensive glance toward Georgiana.  ���������"Most youug men." remarked Georglana, glancing from Pete to Abe. "are j  discontented In the country these days j  and ure ambitious to get to town. 1 >  think It a pity often. Country life is '<  ho much more healthful���������spiritually, 1  mean."  Abe did not oven look up, but Pete,  bis mouth full of potato, replied. "My  job out here suits me all right."  Discontented?" questioned Mr. Morningstiir. "We've got enough to eut and  a little over. What moro can a person wunt'/"  But the usually tongue tied dnugn-  ter Ollie hero spoke up. "1 guess a  body wants n little pleasure, too. still,"  Bhe snld sulkily, scowling at her tn-  tliur; then suddenly, overwhelmed with  shyness nt tlio sound of her owu voice,  *1h* colored violently and bent her eyes  to her pinto.  Mr. Morningstar's small eyes nnd  mouth seemed to contract ns he looked at lier, "I nln't leiivln' you nm," ho  obstinately nillruied, "Kunlce she never lists uio has she tin* dure lo go any."  "Yes, well, luit"~.\lis, Murulngtftar  cnttio to the defense of her own la  loud tones��������� "It's some illlTerent, too,  with your owu llesli uud blond und ii  Mopted child. It wouldn't become Eunice to he itHtln' to go. She's to work  and pay fur belli' kep' ovor since hIio  wus too little tu work yet. Your own  child, Unit's different ngulu. Vou  might leavo Ollle go timet, pup, to this  hero ko creum fostlble In town. She's  wonderful sot on It. And ymi don't  never leiive her travel In society."  "I ain't leavlu' her," lie replied, with  ���������/pilot stiililiiirtiiK'SR "She'd want to  upend some nt the fesllhle. ami she'd  stay lute, uud tlieii when she'd hnve to  git up early tomorrow she'd git sick  fur me. uud I'd turn* tu Imve u doctor  fur her."  "Well, leave her oversleep her breakfast dttcel. Kuiiliv she l,!n i|n siime of  Olllo'f wnrk tomorrow iiiurnlii' till ol-  IJp fo"ls fur Kittln' up"  Runli'i' did not iil'iiIii raise tier eye*  or manifest uuy Mltjn of her feeling* lu  bearing herself thus ilmpmed of.  "I snld OHIo wasn't to get now!" Mr.  Morningstiir returned stiiirplj. Hut Olllo seowliil during ull lliu rest of the  nienl.  "Well." Mr. Momlngstir presently  unfit, rlilng and pushing hi* Hiiiiriiwuy  from hi tn ns he drew Did buck of his  hand across tils nwutb, "l mu������t go out  IwtfV nnw nml separate. Would yous  mobbo like to see me separate i lie in-  qiiireo oi <ii>',. .<���������..��������� ,..-,,...  "taepiirnteV" questioned Daisy, her  hMd ii bit on ono side to entcli u new  tact on the wing, ������������ it wer������.  To see tho milk nml cream separated  i,,irt l.v onr now milk s������imrntur whi-r<t  I bought off of such n agent I nun  New Vork over," Mr. Morningstiir explained  "linw perfectly dear!" cried Daisy,  rliilng nt once, her notet**tk remit* in  her Imml. "Will you come, Georgtnnar  "Tons bin see what run* tlm tnarhln-  #���������17 all," the farmer ������������..l ;������* U>������*> t������l-  towed hlm out of tb* kitchen.  "Isn't it itetttm'My dK-ir .wl quint,  Georgians!" eiclahned Uatny volubly  n* tbey arent aerom ttm room to tlw.  door.   "Kverythlng te eo nirair  While Mr*. Morntaiprter 0*1 ttw iw������  ���������Art* **������*������ clearing away lite dinner  ttm former prononticed tt ss Iwr ������������������t*it,  loll that "that I we" warn "m UUI������ v>e I  sharper" who hsd ������mmt"*d **������������*���������  crime which made blm ���������trail to tw  neo������Bl������d by "towner*"  CHAPTER V.  O that." mused Peter Kinross  as, dressed ln overalls aud  with his hair grotesquely  plastered down witb Abe  Morningstar's pomatum, he strolled  about at dusk that evening under the  trees of the orchard, smoking his after  supper cigar, "Is tbe reuowned Miss  Georgiana Ellery, the beautiful. -4he  accomplished! Sentimental." he pronounced, "from the crown of her head  to the soles of her shoes! And Intellectual! It would take a pretty brave  man to go In for her! Well." he concluded, liendlng back his head and  blowing out pults of smoke, "she's a  fair type of what the woman's college  turns out nowadays. But, hy Jupiter,  n more stunningly beautiful girl I  never saw!"  In spite, however, of this conclusion,  he patted himself on the head for his  cleverness In having devised so excellent n scheme for the preservation of  his liberty. What a boredom It spured  him!  There was one phase of his escapade  which was not so pleasant to contemplate���������tlie discovery of his deceptiou  when he should be obliged to meet  these two youug ladies in his true character upon bis return to college ln the  fall.  Ills stroll had brought him to Uie  fence which separated the orchard from  the lane, and suddenly he stopped short  and took his cigar from his mouth.  There, a few feet away, leaning  against the fence, stood Eunice. In the  deepening twilight he had uot seen her  until nearly at her side.  Her relaxed attitude betrayed the  weariness of her young body at the end  of the day's toil, and the droop of her  head against her hand suggested the  pensiveness of her mind.  He felt glad that he had come upon  her; he was so curious to know how  his disguise affected her. She had  actually been surprised into a faint  smile of amusement at the dinner, table,   lt had fairly startled him.  In the laue outside the fence four  little boys were playing, children from  neighboring farm laborers' cottages,  and Eunice was watching tbem idly.  The dialogue of tlie little cubs was  diverting,   so   he.  too.   rested  against  the fence and  listened to them.    He  jyhoujjjtjRhejthust surely  have heard  His approach, but sfielIia"not~s"ti"r:       "  "I used to be a towner���������I lived at  Lebanon,"-, one boy was boastiug.  "Aw," scorned the otber. "1 lived  furder'n that���������I used to live out west  yet!"  "Aw, why, you couldn't!" The first  gave him the lie without ceremony.  "The Indians would kill you if you  lived out west!"  "I did too! Sny, Beddy, didn't I used  to live out west?"  "Ye3, you did," Reddy championed  htm.  "But there's G50 Indians out wost!"  exclaimed the first boy statistically.  "A body couldn't live out there!"  "Aw!" sneered Reddy, "come off!  You're thick! A body can't hardly  learn you nothln'! The Indians nln't  wild no more���������they're tamed now!"  The dispute ended In n (1st fight  which led the combatants further  down the road and out of earshot.  Kinross took his cigar from his  mouth nnd spoke to Eunice ucross the  space between thom,  "Boys nro queer animals, aren't  tliny?" I  Sho did not turn to look nt him,  Por nn Instant she did not answer. !  Then,   low   nnd  soft,  her voice  fell |  upon the still evening. j  " 'Queer animals';' But thoy are embryo men!" J  Ills clgnr nlmost fell from his hand. I  He stared tit her averted profile ln stupid astonishment.  "Are wo 11 pulr of cynics?" ho nt  last found Ills volco to remurk,  But the words wore not uttered before lie realized thnt the space where  she hud stood wns empty,* Sho luul  turned nnd lied llko 11 frightened bird.  He stnreil nfter her retreating figure,  his sense ot tho mystery which hung  nbout her affecting hint strangely.  "Was t Ii il t the glri Kunlce to whom  1 spoke nnd who answered ino In such  wine? 'Thoy are embryo men!' Km-  liryo, A girl who nsUi mo who this  Andrew Carnegie Is nnywny!"  lie turned back to lean upon the  fence inridi, put Ills clgnr to tils lips,  nml iiitHlltfitlvcly blew 11 long cloud  of siiinlie into the nlr.  "By pish!"  It expressed, ns no other comment  <inilil lime done, (he statu of his mtud.  CHAPTER VI.  APRW day* later Dr. Kinross,  dressed In bis overalls mid  lying on bin back lu thu  wood* Itehlnd a pile of logs,  iiiuml himself in tbo enforced position  of nil eavesdropper and felt It exceedingly awkward. A few feet nwny,  iH'iicatli his own favorite shade tree,  rill   .Minn   iK-uftfutUH   l.nH'    ......   ......  J'.1.1.1 J'.irl. lie brut not counted  upon tbelr penetrating to this resort to  which he ciitno dally with bis Isjok*.  Ills telltale volume and compromising  leisure, In the middle of the afternoon,  from the furm work ln which be wu������  supposed  In lie engngoO  umwe n   ������...-  Iterative at the warning signal nf their  voices Unit lie should scramble out of  slglit U-iiiiid a nearby pile of logs, lit  had barely had time to conceal himself when they had come Into view  and presumptuously proceeded to set-  ik' tti������it,.M-lvt-������ for the i������ft<������rn<������>rt tn  Hie comfortable vpot which tbelr coming fir-. I fiitu to ntwndon, thus tanking it iiu|-.<������Nibto for blm to move an  Inch without discovery and placlmt  liim it, th.- dtwrwIJUMe position of  Mng obiigi^i to be������r everything tbat  was said.  "Have >.,u notkMd, Datay." lw beard  Gi'omuuiw .iUiacUvo vole) *isfcffiir. nf-  tmmx u* nan w tbey were amt**l.  "anything atiotit that farm hand, T*+  let. Mm U be* iapreaaed you aa ai������*  gular?"  "He Isn't as woozy looking ns 'pop'  and Abe," Daisy promptly auswered.  "Daisy! How caa you, In the very  heart of the country, use that detestable city slang?"  "Well. Georgie," Daisy returned  plaintively, "I'm sure I never wanted  to go to college. You and uncle made  me!"  "Did college do nothing for you but  give you a vocabulary of slang?"  "But. Georgie, Pete Isn't as woossy  looking���������I mean," she hastily corrected  herself, "he's rather good looking nnd  ���������as there's notbing else doing out  here I'm thinking of flirting with Pete,  if you won't kick���������object, I should  say."  "Why Pete? Why not Abe?" Georglana luqulred tolerantly.  "Abe's too woozy���������oh! I don't want  to jar you, Georglana���������forgive me. Of  course I feel, too, bovT perfectly dear  and sweet it is out here with so much  nature around and���������everything���������but I  just thought I'd mention, since there's  nothing doing, just to keep up my  courage a little, you know, I'd encourage Pete to fall tu love with me. Do  you know," she said thoughtfully. "I  shouldn't wouder if Pete would be  quite good looking if he were sported  up."  "He has Impressed you," affirmed  Georgiana, "because there Is something  singular about him. I feel it, too���������  tbe way the family treats him, with  nu air of uncertainty���������I can't explain  just what it is���������but they don't behave  toward him as one would expect to  see a hired farmhand treated. And  his face���������have you noticed? It Is usually so remarkably heavy and unintelligent, but now and then when I unexpectedly catch his eye I find him  gassing at me with an expression so  keen and penetrating that I am startled, and then the moment he finds  me looking, at him he has a relapse-  falls back into tbat hopeless imbecility.!  It ls very extraordinary."  "Dear me!" said Daisy, surprisea n  had not supposed you would think  him worth while, Georglana."  ''Every one is worth while, Daisy,  when you get at his real self. As for  Peter, he certainly does have Intervals  when his mind seems to awaken. vHe  isn't quite so crude as the rest of the  family either.   I dropped a hatpin thla  Georgiana xeith lur serious vtewt.  morning, and he fairly sprung across  tho mom to pick lt up for ino. I was  so surprised."  "This," thought Kinross behind the  logs, "Js profitable. Memornndutu-no  more gallantry,"  He wondered, with consternation,  whether oven his disgulso wore going  to full hlm.  "While lio does speak In tlio provincial dialect," continued Georglana,  with careful discrimination, "his accent nnd Ills voice are not so harsh ss  those of tho othor people horo, And  lie doesn't hnvo that queer I'nnasyt*  nulla Dutch Inflection. Whon tha  others speak I novor can toll whothor  they nro asking something nr telling  something. But you can distinguish  when Pete speaks."  "As 11 success " mused Kinross. 'I'm  ��������� failure!   Nest thing they'll sunn 1st  Who 1 Hill."  "By the way,"--Oeorglaim clinnged  tin* subject With ��������� disregard fur the  H'i|iieiii'e of Ideas that Kinross would  have thought not possible tn one sn  philosophical���������"bow about your letter '  this morning from Belle MnsherU  Aren't yon going to rftad It to me?"  "'.':.. '.A":.'*'" T^i'"*;* unmvfiroit dnnhf.  ftiltv "tt will jar you, Georglana, Wa  ao sporty.'"  "Head It," Georglana urged.  "Then don't blame tne!' Daisy  warned. "Vou know what a corker  Belle ts!"  ,\  ..������f>;V   ,i ���������:*.'*? *���������������������������">������ '......<i..ii..(i to  Kinross tbo opeolng of the letter referred to.  "i foresee Ibe fate of Oeorglnnfl.*"  Daisy glibly read, H*when sbe comes  home In tbe fall and meets our swell  new prof. Dr. Peter Klnitm Tbnt  ehtx*r* Vl.tnit ennnot fall to lone ber  heart to thle Kndymlon It for 110 other  ri-nmn than that the man won't notice  ber. He won't take girts w>r������nu������iy.  (Gettrgteu will eee that he takes iter  M-riourty, wem't shetj He sn-ms to  think that girts belong only to tin* boil-  day side of life, and be hasn't ttm*. for  tudiAnyn. I'm crasy t������ bare him mmmt  ("isir\fbtnn wMh her anions views,  ilf'll learn then tbat tome girl* can't  Ni taken lightly. 1 might any iw������ Mm-  h if** Imi ta the most sarcastic nhr I  ever saw: 1 cant abide mm). 1 am  sure Georglana will surprise and impress hlra'��������� Oh," Daisy broke off  gleefully, "jilt him, Georglana, won't  you?"  "Do you know, Daisy," Georglana returned earnestly, "a man like that,  who is 1-ej.ielled by the lack of earnestness iu the average girl whom one  meets Boi-ially"���������  ("Am 1 that kind of chump?" ivln-  ioss wondered.!  -���������'such a man," Georglana continued thoughtfully, "I might lie able to  welcome on my own Hue of march, to  clasp bauds with him, to find a one  neHs"-  ("Th.'iufc God 1 thought of these over-  nils." Kinross told himself fervently.!  "One can't trust Belle Dasher's opinion of a man. though." Daisy Inserted.  "She's such a man hater. She hates  men so I wonder she even bas u may  for a brother-in-law! She says she  thinks men. as a sex, ure very much  overrated."  Georgiana hud no reply to make to  these luaue comments, and for awhik*  there was silence between them, the  ouly sound coining to Kinross' ears being the rattle of paper Indicating the  turning of the |>ages of book.*.. This  cimtinued bo long that he began tu  grow restive. If he moved hand or  foot tbey would hear and discover him.  Were they going to sit there and read  for the rest of the afternoonV Already  he was iiecouiiug cramped from being  lu oue position so long. But how get  out of hh-. predicament? To make his  presence known aud reveal the fuel  that he had heard their discussion of  himself���������that is. of Pete, the farmhand  ���������would be embarrassing���������to them, ot"  course. He himself could bear up uu  der tt complacently enough.  '���������Something's got to be done!" he  thought, feeling an Intolerable necessity for stretching his legs.  The two young ladies, engrossed in  their reading, were suddenly startled  by the sound of a long drawn yawn,  coming apparently but of space,  "What was that?" cried Daisy.  "A tramp?" Georglana whispered  back with enforced calm. She never  allowed externals to disturb her Inward serenity, for It was possible for  the soul to live on a plane above all  outward things.  "Where?"   demanded   Daisy   In   a  tragic voice.  ^J^ABlLJy^Qw^sajdjGeorglana^  Another prolonged yawn and the"  sound of rustling leaves very near.  "Behind those logs?" suggested Daisy  fearfully.  "Let us go away." said Georglana,  speaking, it must be admitted, nervously.  "But In what direction shall we go?  I'm not sure he's behind those logs."  "Look nnd see," begged Georgiana.  "It's up to you," declared Daisy with  unexpected rebellion. "I'm afraid. I  admit It!"  Georgiana cautiously rose and took  n few steps to the logs. Dr. Kinross  stretched his arms above bis head and  yawned ostentatiously.  "Oh!" exclaimed Georglana. "It's  Peter!"  "My gracious!" exclaimed Daisy's astonished voice. She sprung to Georgl-  aua's side as Peter sat up,  "I was a-sleepla'���������still," he snld blink-  lug and yawning.  "Did you hear whnt wo wero saying?" demanded Daisy. "And why nro  you out here, Peter? Why aren't you  working with Mr, Morningstar and  Abe?"  "I got It so bad In my head, I nst  the boss to leavo me have off this after.  I had the headache, now, something  wonderful. But," he added, rising, "l  slop' It oft.   I'm some better."  He noticed that Goorglann's eyes  wore upon tho book ho held.  "I'm goin' homo now," lie announced,  taking a step away und checking himself In tho act of lifting his bund to  bis old straw farm hut.  "It Is gottlng n little late, we will  go, too," said Georglana, and Daisy  followed her us sho moved around tlio  logs to tlio pnth whoro Peter stood.  "I got to hurry," t>uid Peter, edging  off,   "Yous couldn't walk so fast."  "It won't bo good for your headache  to hurry, Petor," admonished Dntsy,  keeping nt Ills side. "What Is tho book  you have?"  Potor gave himself up to, tho Inevitable nnd walked with them down tho  bill.  "This here?" ho said, holding up a  volume Inlwlod "Vwlanta Philosophy-  Ilnja Yogu-imd Other Lectures bf  Suiiiiil Vlvelviiiuimlii,"  "flood  gracious!" exeluliued  Pals-r.  ��������� wouldn't that rattle year slats? Wlmt  la It?"  "I'll never teO yous. Waul to rend  it?"  "I don't wonder yon want to get rid  of It. But don't offer It to tue! Grii.  clous, whnt do yoo take i������e for, Poterlt  Miss Kller/ might like It"  ���������Where did yoo get it. Peter?"  (leonrfana asked, looking astonished,  "Och,"  ho answered  Uispnni.'niBi/.  I t������������trw������cU iiio lout, vt M ft ft  teacher, but there's too many big word*  In It."  He fonnd that hit disguise was giving bim an assurance wblcb bo Umi  .,,...,.!��������� t,o#(1ro foit in the nrwtence of a  girl. To be walking snd talking wim  two young ladles without bis custom  ary sense of constraint was Indeed a  novel extiertence-and withal a hlg1i!>  agreeable one.  "Teacher?" questioned Georglana  -Ttie diatriot school t**cber> But It  is vacation now."  ������������������Hhe boarded at ������������ ptsce snd let  'em thcru over tlw auuiuisr," auld IV  ter. developing a talent for Ueilim  which. If prop*** oOllsed. he fell  misfit make Iris fans.  -liow much of it h*ve yeo reed*"  a������k������4 Oenvglaaa, looking at blot  kindly.  -OfD. f went t* sleep tb* 6r������V cwuuk  ���������ma** a'twdy."  ���������That may be became of yoor twad-  ucue, sue eaiu mwiuragiugij.. ouv  longed to discover a diamond-in tbe  rough in Peter.  "I will lend you this," said Daisy  patronizingly, holding up the book she  carried. "My uncle thought It would  be good mental discipline for me to  read it but���������well. 1 haven't finished it |  but no matter. Keep lt as long as you 1  like. Peter, I wou't be selfish." j  Peter received the book and read the j  title laboriously,1 like a small boy spelling out his words, "Some Pacts About j  the Great Back-Boned Family." "What  fur a family'? that?" he asked.  "Dou't ask me.   Read It yourself."  He handed It back to her. "Gluime  an tnterestlu' story and I'll read It"  "Peter." Daisy gravely admonished  j him, "have you no ambition to lm-  ( prove your mlud?"  "I know.enough to get along. What's  the use or botherlu' your mind with  niore'n that?"  Daisy sighed with undisguised sympathy.  "I can understand, Peter," Bald Georgiana thoughtfully, "your preference  for fiction rather than for a statistical,  scientific work like that No doubt  you feel without fully comprehending  *t thp more inward significance of fancies that embody spiritual troths ttuiu  of isolated bard facts about the Back  Boned family which lead nowhere."  "Now," mused Kinross, "that wouldu't  be so bad if she weren't talking to a  farmhand. If only she didn't give  herself over so entirely to her little  pose of being superior," he thought  ruefully, "she might be very attractive���������she's so tremendously good looking. I wonder what she would be like  lf she dropped lt"  "Pete," said Daisy, "one of these  days I want you to hire Abe's horse  and buggy from him and take me for  a drive and Bhow me the country, will  you? Of course I'll pay the price.  Abe's so tight across the chest he'd  never give it to us for nothing."  "Oh, Daisy," gently protested Georglana, "what, an expression! Instead  of trying to give these people higher  standards you would ��������� debase < thoir  taste with your low���������yes, low���������slang."  "Economical." Daisy corrected her-  Belf. "Abe's so economical, I mean.  Will you take tne driving. Pete?" she  asked  ingratiatingly.  Instead of looking gratified, as she  ���������expected him to do. Peter appeared  rather daunted at the prospect  "~~**Ohr"Pete:"~Daisy���������reassured���������bim.-  "you needn't mind me. Now, If it  were Miss Ellery that asked you you  might be scared white!"  "You see," Pete explained apologetically, "us we're so common out here  towards what yous are���������no wonder  lf a body felt funny tnkln' one of yous  buggy ridin', Us we don't know nothln* but to sleep and feed our fnces."  ..  "If you will make yourself worthy  of better things, Peter, they will come  to you," said Georgians earnestly.  "All the good things of the universe  come to him who ls ready for them."  "Good things?' What, now. would  you call good things?" he asked curiously.  "Love, for Instance," said Georglana,  with uplifted countenance.  "Uniph!" be grunted. "I never thought  so much of this hero love like 601110  thinks. I nhvnyB bold that Adinii  would of been botter off If he'd keji' his  rib."  "Why, Peter," cried Daisy, "I never  would have suspected you of having  such views!"  They hnd reached tho farm, nnd nt  this momeut they encountered tbe girl  Kunlce carrying two heavy palls of  milk from tho" bora toward tbe sprlm;  houso. Abo, tho farmer's son, walked  at hor side, apparently pursuing her  with somo request which she refused  him. for her face wus troubled and she  hurried n Btep ahead of hlm.  Almost heforo ho know what bo was  doing Kinross wns nt tho girl's Ride, relieving lier of both her pails. She colored with confusion boforo a gallantry  to which sho wits uimecnsloraoil, wtillo  Abe scowled rosontfully and skulked  off in another direction.  "Did you soo thnt?" nskod Oeorglntin  ns sho mid Palsy wont Into Uie kitchen,  "It would never occur to Abe to carry  thoso heavy pulls for that slender look-  Ing girl. I bollovo thoro ls a Intent  fineness In this Potor"���������  "It's awfully Intent, door," snld  Dnlsy, with unaccustomed <llsn;jroo-  inont.   "Don't you think so?"  "I bellovo that bo has fine, tliiugli  undeveloped perceptions or .Intuitions," affirmed aeorglnnn, "which,  with rt little encoiirageitieiij, mny reveal I1I111 to li'lliself"  CHAPTER VII,  ONCE again, just as tho dusk  was gathering, Kunlce tin  gored by tbo fence tttsnr (lie  spring   house,     Tbe   girl's  I curt was 011 Ore this evonlug, nml she  Mt that sho would stifle or shriek If  she went Into the house and shut her-  t.cif within those dreary whitewashed  vnlls. lleru In ths open she might  iciMilhe deep. Today her pent up feel-  fines hml reached tbe bigu wuier ui<uk,  ���������ili.l i,i,ii���������-ii limy *uU������d Lave outlet nr '  she must suffocate.      ' j  Wnnt wns ths meaning, she wasnsk-1  Ing herself In bewilderment uf this |  mingled ecstasy and woe which wore,  now tier dnlly portion wben of old !  {so long ngo It seemed, thcnigu 111 n-.������e  Ity It was only three weeks sgu that  lie-- the man from the city-bud come  II iiiung theini her soul hnd Uwn cold,  dormant, Incapable of feeling aught  of pull! or pleasure?   And now-to the j  lifts of lier Angers wss she tingling i  with   Hf������,   with    burning   emotions J  whh h stifled and pained, yet gave ber  ll*   lit ut  taste of Joy  ttbe  hnd ever  known.  l<'or Uie flrst time in her mem- '  ary the heavy loneliness In which sbe f  had always lived seemed lifted.  Home- j  thing In ber wblcb had si ways liven,  starved wus fed.  It hsd become worth |  while lo rise np In the morning sad  so through wllh hat tiuka.   The 'fun [  pslpttated now sad throbbed    Tbey ,  went uo tougeT the dutt, d*������d drag they  naa been, -mere was asways tne possibility of a word or act of kindne*������  from him. Never before In ber life-  had sbe known kindness, but he had  been kind to her. He had tried to  shield her from her foster father's anger and had then hidden the newspaper  for her. He had helped her when be  saw her burdened with ber heavy .buckets of milk. He bad several times-  spoken to her with a friendly luterest  These episodes, entirely trifling 1������  themselves, appeared large and luminous to this girl, accustomed only to  slights. Her Imagination, tired by hi* ���������  utter difference from any one sbe budt  ever before seen, made of hlm a creature whose least word or act wus  weighted with significance. Her absorbing nnd passlouate Interest In everything about him���������his voice, his accent  (so strange to her ears), the movements  of his white hands (never bad she seea  such bands), the way he\at or walked  or stood or looked���������all that he did or  uttered, wus fascinating, Intoxicating.  And today her feelings had suddenly  reached a climax of Intensity which-  had amazed herself. It had come npotv  her when she had seen blm return,  from his afternoon outing In company  with the two young ladles���������young ladies of his kind of people, of education,  beauty, worldly knowledge, money,,  freedom from drudgery, everything  which made a woman appear attractive, everything which she lacked.  Apparently he had been spending the  afternoon with them. Theirs was tbe  privilege of looking upon blm for hours-  together, of hearing-the sound of his  voice, of drinking in his thoughts about  things (how hungry ber own mind was-  to read all bis thoughts and feelings),  and���������oh, bitterness!���������they had nil three  come upon her when, weary and soiled,  aad overladen, sbe was awkwardly  lugging her heavy buckets across the  garden. She had fancied his snowy  hands had shrunk from touching her  soiled ones as he took the buckets trout,  her. The overwhelming sense of her  own inferiority in the face of tbe cou-  trust between herself and the boarders had been followed by a passion of  Inward rebellion that had left her  physically exhausted. It had not yet  spent Itself as just now she lingered  in the dusk by the spring house fence.  Her heart burned within her with i������  feeling that she did not understand,  for the passion of jealousy was to ber  as unknown as the passion of love.  ���������Tler-own-blindiugj-consumlng^empii^nflj.  were appalling to herself in their utter  strangeness and newness.  He had said that he wished to assume a farmhand's disguise because  ho didn't want to associate with the-  new guests. Why, then, was he spending whole afternoons with them ? Wast,  he repeutlng blm of his whim? And  they, even though they thought hlm  a mere farmhand, could uot fail U*>  find happiness In being with blm, for.  furmbnud or gentleman, be was himself,        u  ;.The young ladles appeared to her  very stupid not to recognize that li*  wns not iv farmhand, to be sua*, they  probably did not know many fnrm-  hunds and so did not see how Impossible it was, but tbey bud only to coin-  pare bim with Abe and his father to  soo the absurdity of It  This evening, for the first time since  lie had come to tbe furm, she fell to  wondering In a vague, Indefinite way  whnt wns his mental Image of herself,  whom he saw only at her drudgery,  treated slightingly by every one, always looking hideous lu her working;  clothes, shy before hlm even to cow-  nrdlce. That day ho had found her  with tbo uewspnpor ho Und evidently  supposed thnt her otnrtlng and turn-  lug whlto had beeu caused by her four  of being caught In tho act of disobeying her foster futher. She luul rend  tils look of half contemptuous pity  t'lenrly enough, nnd lt Iind served to  Increase bor agony of embarrassment  before him. Thon bis poorly concealed mockory ut ber not Knowing  about, thut groat umu, Andrew Cur-  nogJo���������how thnt bud mortified her!  And now to heighten tho uffoct of her  own inicomollnoss here woro theso  well dressed, woll looking, woll educated mul worldly wise young Indies  dully before his oyos. Ob. If only sho  could creep Into a corner nnd remain  iiiisceii while still not losing tho bliss  of seeing hlm! But. then, there was  the ecstasy of having hlm occaslouitlly  speak to her. The few dozen words  lie luul spoken to her In (lie time lio  luul been with thom twit' gm von deep  I'i hor heart. Why should he seek to  talk to tier now nnd then If lie utterly  despised   her-he   who  nt   first   luul  meant to nvold even those two glrh*  from the towu by assuming a fit rut-  lm mi's garb? lis never talked to Ollle,  Why did ho spook to hor? True, tlieir  fi.w imcountors had boon qutto nccl-  dent ni. Ho had not sought her uut  Perhaps he took ths trouble to speak  klmll.r to hor because he was sorry  for one whom every one else half  di'snlsisl.   .  (To be Continue.'.)  Dismontf Ttnt.  it la mlniimo tti.it Uii'iv In no nrlA  having sny perceptible etteet upon n  genuine dlumoud. UyrtroUuortc sold  will tf dropiwd iiimn u stuns made of  glass corrode It but upon tbe pons  Ad* stone It will fwv* no effect at nit.  Liens snd Oerillss.  Tbs fnmikUbit-iifss of tutt great spes  ss compared with other Masts Is not  sn essy matter 10 \mne upon, lb Africa It Is noteworthy thst the linn snd  the gorilla do mu occur together, snd  It has ist-n coujts-itirttl unh that (tw*  lion bsa Mit-ru-inmed the giJrllln wllh-  tn It* wrrli.ii> unit that the gortiln linw  drivsn out tbe iiuti.  Wall Paper,  To discover wnnher or m* theft to  erteotc lu your wall pa|ier taks ��������� trag-  meoi of It snd i������tt li In ��������� soMUos off  UMiUKXila, It *m*iiic ts present tlio  tlqusd wHI usantf ��������� Welsh tint *t  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Many Women Suffer  Untold Tortures in Silence  They- Can Be Relieved by Keeping the Blood Supply Rich  -     and Pure With Dr, Williams' Pink Pills.  The Cowardly Kind  "^hen I arose to speak/' related-a  martyred statesman, "some one hurled a base, cowardly egg at me and it  struck me in the chest."  "An'd what kind of an egg might  that be?" asked a fresh young man.  "A base, cowardly egg," explained  the statesman, "is one that hits you  and then runs."  KIDNEYTROUBLE  Suffered Ten Years���������Relieved in Thru  Months Thanh to PE-RU-NA.  A woman needs a blood-building  ���������medicine regularly just because she  is a woman. From maturity to middle  life the health and happiness of every woman depends upon her blood,  its richness and its regularity, lf  lior blood supply is irregular she suffers from headaches, backaches, side-  siches, and other unspeakable distress  which only women know. Some women have grown to expect this suffering at regular intervals and to  bear it in hopeless silence. But women w6uld escape much of this misery if they took a box or two of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills to help them  over each critical period. These Pills  actually make new blood. They help  a woman just when nature makes the  greatest demand upon her blood supply. They have done this for thousands of women throughout Canada,  why not for you?  Mrs. Joseph Kinney, Gilbert's Cove,  N.S., says:���������"For ten years 1 suffered from nervousness and those troubles that make the lives of so many  women one of almost constant misery.  ���������At times I would be confined-to*"my  bed for weeks.      I   spent   sleepless  nights and seemed to lose all courage. I tried several doctors but they  failed to give me any relief. The last  doctor I consulted told me, frankly  that he could not undertake my case  unless 1 would undergo an examination. It wus then I decided to give  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a trial. After taking six boxes I was much improved in health, but I continued to  take the Pills for a couple of months  more when I felt like a new woman,  and was enjoying such health as I  had not experienced for ten years  before. I have had no return of this  trouble since, but I have used the  Pills once since that time for the after effects of la grippe, and the result  was all I hoped for. These are plain  facts from my own experience, and I  have alwuys felt that I cannot too  strongly recommend Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills to the many women who  suffer as I did."  You can get this great blood-building, health restoring medicine from  any dealer in medicines or direct by  mail at 60 cents a box, or six boxes  for $2.50, from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont..  A Killing Frost  Mrs. J.���������Of course, Mrs. Swell  thought when she brought her daughter out she'd be quite a society bud,  iut society took no notice of the poor  girl at all.  Mrs. T.���������Ah. Nipped her hopes in  the bud. eh?  A LADY  IN WINDSOR  MAKES  THIS  OFFER.  To All Women: 1 will send free,  with full instructions, my home treatment which, positively cures Leucor-  ���������rhoea, Ulceration, Displacements, Falling of the )Vomb, Painful or Irregular Periods, Uterine and Ovarian Tum-  ��������� ���������ors or Growths, also Hot Flushes,  Nervousness, Melancholy, Pains in the  Head, Back or Bowels, Kidney and  "Bladder troubles, where caused by  weakness peculiar to our sex. You  _*an continue treatment* at home at a^  ~zrot^f~onTyJal>OT02~C!ent's a we'ekT  My book "Women's Own Medical  Adviser" also sent free on request.  "Write to-day. Address Mrs. M. Summers, Box H 77, Windsor, Ont.      7b  Husband (reading the paper)���������  ���������"What foolB some men will n.ake of  themselves." '  "   Wife���������"Been doing anything in particular lately, Chai'lie?'1  ^eafness Cannot Be Cured-*  *y local applications, u they cannot reach tho diseased portion or Ou ear. There la only oue way to  cure dealneu. and that li toy constitutional remedies.  Deafness la earned by an Inflamed condition o( the  miucoui lining ot the Eustachian Tube. When tbls  -tube Is Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or lm-  .perfect hearing, tnd when It Is ontlrely closed, Deal-  ioeu la the result, and unlets the Inflammation can be  ���������taken out and tbls tubo restored to Its normal condition, hearing trill be destroyed tore ver; nine cases  out ot ten ara caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing  but an Inflamed condition ot the mucous surlaces.  We will rive One Hundred Dollars lor any cose ol  Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured  ty Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bend lor circulars, free,  ��������� F, J. CHENEY it CO,, Toled), 0.  .fcold by Drurelits, tie.  Take Hall's Family Fills forcomtlpaltoo.  "How about your cook? When I  saw you lust month, you were quite  dissatisfied with h*xt." ���������,  "Was I?" responded the hostess  wearily. "I've '.beet dlstvitlsflod with  iflve or -six cooks since thon,"  Lifebuoy soup is delightfully re-  ���������freshing: for Birth or Toilot. For wash-  line undordloth'ing it is unoqunlled.  iCleuhses and purities. tf  The   confirmed   nagger   and   thn  .chronio klokor never know thoy nro  much,   They consider themselves kindly advisors nnd beneficent critics, unappreciated und misunderstood,  Minard's Liniment Curat Distemper.  Agriculturist (to season ticket-holder  in train)���������"You don't hnvo no ticket?"  ���������"No, I travel on niy pood looks."  "Then probnbJy you nln't goin' vory  far."  Morley on Curzon  You will never send to India, and  you never have sent to India, a viceroy his superior, if, indeed, his equal,  in force of mind, in unsparing, remorseless industry, in passionate and  devoted interest for all that concerns  the well-being of India. With an  imagination fired by the grandeur of  the political problem India presents,  you never sent a man more eminently  successful than when you sent Lord  Curzon.���������Lord Morley.  Mothers Value This Oil.���������Mothers  who know how suddenly croup may  seize their children and how necessary  prompt action is in applying relief, always keep at hand a supply of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil, because experience has taught them that there is no  better preparation to be had for the  treatment of th;s ailment. And they  ���������nrerwi5e7^0T^tB~VHfioGB~tl'S5S-f5Ha5r  it a valuable medicine.  Miss���������Why have you got the calf  tied to your little finger, Uncle?  Absent-minded Rube���������Why, let me  see. Oh yes, that's to remind me to be  sure and put it in the pasture.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Diphtheria.  "Tommy," said the father to his  small son, who was following him  round the course, "what makes the  grass grow?"  "The grass has blades, and with  these it cuts it way through the  ground."���������Golfig.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine  Tablets. Druggists refund money if it  fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature is on each box.   25c,  The other night, according to the  story, Finley Peter Dunne wanted a  taxicab at the club, He told John,  who superintends tho outside of the  Brook, of his needs. The cab came.  John thrust his head through the  doors to notify Mr. Dunne. Mr. Dunne  came to the door, getting into a broadtail overcoat.  "This way, cabbie,' said John in his  most magnificent way, turning to the  chauffeur. John's foot slipped and he  spilled himself down 'the steps on his  ear.  "Ah, John, John," said Mr. Dunne,  shaking his head sorrowfully, "you  must be more careful of your reputation, John. You ought not to come  down stairs that way. People will  take you for one of the members."  Ethel���������"I hear that Minnie has  broken her engagement with Harry;'  what was the trouble?"  Gertie���������"She fed Fido on the expensive chocolates that Harry gave  her, and the next time he called he  took a package of dog biscuits."  * * * * * * * * * * ********  "It seems to me that I have seen  you before,"  "You have, my lord. I used to give  your daughter singing lessons,"  "Twenty years!"���������Cnssel's Saturday  Journul.  ShJIohsGure  jwlsUf slops ���������onaun, amm and**, h-wto  Wa wrest aad lanat. *���������<**> eauta.  mm***********��������� ��������� *��������� ��������� ������i������������>  Crusty Father���������"Whnt was going on  ln tho dining-room Inst night when  young Bnftleitrh oiiMihIP"  Daughter���������"ThU ring, pa, Uoitr.  Isn't it lovely?"  p������������������������ ������������������������������������������������*������������������.������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������  Mrs. Furhy���������"I ilo love lobator, but  I novor Imve them at homo, boonuso  It seems sn Inhuman tn kill them hy  puttimr them in a kettle of boiling  ���������water."  Mrs. Liwwldn���������"Oraolnus! When  we used to live in the Kust wo often  bought live lobsters, I never did  thorn that way. It would bo too horrible, I always put thorn on In cold  water nnd lot thom como to a boil."  No man or woman should hobble  painfully nbout because of corns whon  so certain a relief is at hand as Hoi:  lowny's Corn Cure,  Too 8udden for Him  "If you had no idea when 'our mar-  ringe wns to occur, why did you propose to mo?"  "To tell you the truth, I had no idea  you would accept me."  Free to Our Readers  Write Murine Eyo Remedy Co., Clii-  cau'o, for 48-page illustrated Eye Book  Free. Write all about Your Eyo  Trouble nnd they will advise as to tho  Proper Application of the Murine Eye  Remedies In Your Special Cum). Your  Druggist will tell you that Murine Re-  lioves Sore Eyes, Strengthens Weak  Eyes, Doesn't Smart, Soothes Eye  Puln. nnd sells for 60c. Try it In Your  Eyes and in Baby's Eyes for Scaly  Eyelids mul Granulation.  "Everybody in nsHng why tho cost  of living Ih ho high!",.  "Thnt must !>������������������ tho reason, thon,  why wo don't got nny satisfactory  answers,"  The cheapness of Mother Clntves'  Worm Exterminator puts it within  roach of nil, nnd it can ha got at any  dm wrist's.  Item Welcomed  By Many Men  This recipe can be filled at  home, so that no one need know  of another's troubles, as the ingredients can be obtained separately at any well stocked drug  store. They are in regular use  and many different prescriptions  are constantly being filled with  them.  This will prove a welcome bit  of information for all those who  are overworked, gloomy, despondent, nervous and have trembling limbs, heart palpitation,  dizziness, cold extremities, insomnia, fear without cause, timidity in venturing, and general  inability to act naturally and ra-,  tionally as others do, because  the treatment can be prepared  secretly at home and taken without ony one's knowledge.  Overworked office men and the  many victims of society's   late  'hwrr"rinti-diMi"pation willTTt"!^  said find the restorative they are  in need of.  If the reader decides to try it,  get three ounces of ordinary  syrup sarsaparilla compound  and one ounce compound fluid  balmwort; mix and let stand  two hours; then get one ounce  compound essence cardiol and  one ounce tincture eadorfiene  compound (not cardamom), mix  nil together, shake well and take  a teaspoonful after each meal  and one when retiring,  A certain well-known medical  expert asserts that thousands of  men and many women are .sufferers all because of dormant  circulation of the blood and a  consequential impairment of the  nervous force, which begets the  most dreadful symptoms and untold misery,  Having to.shave when thore isn't  time to clo it is responsible for 9!) p^r  cent, bf the family breakfast squabbles.  HE FOUND THEM  THE JEST OF ALL  WHAT  RUFU8   HARRIS  SAYS  OF  DODD'8 KIDNEY PILLS.  Repeating Her Mother  "Grace, why do you think of marry-  ing a man who knows nothing of his  Imnily?"  "That's all right.   He won't be able  to ring in that bromide   about   his  mother's cooking."  "Just think of it! One person in  every 37 in Eneland is a pauper."  "Why, John," she returned, "it  isn't so. 1 met more than 37 people  in London last summer myself, and  there wasn't a pauper in the lot."���������  Philadelphia Public Ledger.  Young Man���������"Po you think your  sister would be sorry to marry and  leave you?"  The Terror���������"Oh, yes. She sail sh-  would have been manied long ago if  it hadn't been for me."  UNLISHT  )AP  C. B.FIZER,Mt.8terllng,Ky.,says:     I  "/ have Buffered with kidney nnd:  bladder trouble tor ten yean past.        '  "Lust  March  I   commenced  using'  Peruna and continued for three months.  I hare not ased it since, nor havo I loll  a pain."  He Knew Her  Young Wife���������Thank  heaven,    that  horrid servant has gone for good.,  Wise Husband���������Bet she doesn't find  it.  "Room and bath, sir," said the  hotel clerk, politely, "$2 per day."  "I snid room and bawth, young  man." interrupted the pompous man.  "Understand���������bawth!"  "Oh, room and bawth? Beg pardon,  sir.   Then the rates will be $5 a day."  Reasonable  Baldy���������-If people go to the opera to  HALF THE TOIL  of household work U taken  away when Sunlight Soap Is  brought Iuto the home.  Por thoroughly cleansing  doors, metal-work, walls  and woodwork. Sunlight..  Is tho most economical both  in time and money. ,,,  show their clothes���������  Young Wife���������Yes?    Baldy���������Aa I was saying, if people go now" Jack,'burwhfyoTbVraithfufto  Caut<ous Chap  Medora���������I really think you love me  It is Wise to Prevent Disorder.���������,  Many causes lead to disorders of the  stomach and few are free from them.  At the first manifestation that the  stomach,and liver are not performing  their functions, a course of Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills should be tried, and it  will be found that the digestive organs  will speedily resume healthy action.  Laxatives and sedatives are so blended in these pills that no other preparation could be so effective as they.  Proud Father (who has brought  musical prodigy to play before a professor); "And I can assure you, sir,  he has never had a lesson in his life."  The Professor���������"I can quite believe  it; but he will require plenty before he  knows how to play the violin."  Always Serviceable.���������Most pills lose  their properties with age. Not so with  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills. The pill  mass is so compounded that their  strength antl effectiveness is preserved and the pills can be carried  anywhere without fear of losing their  potency. This is a quality that few  pills possess. Some pills lose their  power, but not so   with   Parmelee's  "They  will maintain .their freshness  and potency for a long time.  A love letter is a lie addressed to  one who doesn't want to know the  truth."- .  to tbo oiiorn to show their clothes I  should think some of them would  wear more of them than they do.  ZAM-BUK AT THE  RINK.  A box-of Zam-Buk in your pocket  at the rink, or when tobogganing,  sleighing, etc., is the best form of  insurance policy. The pain and smarting of a cut, a bruise or a sprain disappears with the prompt application  of this famous healer. Not only does  Zam-Buk give relief, but it ensures  you against such semus after-effects  as blood-poisoning, festering and inflammation.  Zam-Buk is so highly antiseptic that  disease germs are actually destroyed  as soon as they come in contact with  it. It contains no rancid animal fats,  no mineral coloring matter, but. on  the contrary, is made from pure herbal  essences. Hockey players will find  Zam-Buk particularly useful.  Zam-Buk is also a sure cure for cold-  sores, chaos, etc. Miss Molly Ma-  loney, of Scotch Hill, Margaree, Cape  Breton, N.S., says:."I was very much  troubled with chanp'ed hands nnd cold-  soi-es, and thought I would try Zam-  Buk. It soothed the pain, and in a  very short'time my hands were quite  smooth and completely cured." All  "dru^gists~aTfd*^wff^50"JeSHtI"l5BxrW  oost free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto,  for price.  A Bad Dream  A- negro preacher in a Georgia town  was edited on one Occasion by the recital of a dream had by a member of  his church.  "I was a-dreamin' all dis time,"  said the narrator, "dat I was in Ole  Satan's dominions. I tell you, pah-  son, dut was shore a bad dream!"  "Was dere any white men dere?"  asked the dusky divine,  "Shore dere wns���������plenty of 'em,"  tho other hastened to assure his minister.  "What was dey a-doin'?"  "Ebery one of 'em," was the answer,  "was n-holdin' u culled pusson between him an' de fire!���������Harper's  Weekly,  Seven Years of Eczema  the last?  Jack���������You  again?  expect   me to    marry  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Colds,  &.C.  "You insist on riugblng at my new  hat," said Mrs. Wellington severely.  "Yes," answered her husband. "I  can't get *> way from the idea that it  is a joke."  "A joke?    On whom?"  "Well, when you we.T it the joke's  on vou and when I pay for it it's on  me." "  Ingratitude  'Gene, who is four years old, was'd^  lighted recently when the stork  brought a lone-coveted baby sister. He  went'forthwith to announce the glad  tidings to the neighbors, To his sur-  oriBe, they were not. inclined to bt-  liwe him, esnecially Edward, his  chum,, who stoutly scoffed the idea of  a new arrival et 'Gene's house, With  tumbling lio 'Gone run to bis mother  and threw himself against the bed.  "Just think, mother," he wailed,  "Edward won't believe I've got a  bnby sister! And you know"���������here  his sense of tho world's ingratitude  grow stronger, and he wailed afresh���������  "you know how -rood I wns to him  whon they had kittens over ot his  house I"  Ravages of Consumption  ALL HER RELATIVES HAD  DIED OP CONSUMPTION 4  Io the yew 1690,18 yean ago, Mn. G.  S. Gc.nct, of BelUl������le,N.S.,wasinas������d  condition. All hei relative* had died ol  consumption, and there wm every indication  that she wu going.the same way.  At this poir.t her h usband suggested to try  Psyehine. The doctot who attended said  Psyehine was worthless; but it effected a  wonderful cute. Eighteen yean after in a  letter bearing date August^ (4,_!?08, Mni,  Getner says. "I am better than I hare Been  for years. My lungs hart not troubled me  since I took your treatment. My pkysidaa  told ������������������ I coali aot take a better tonic tbaa  PSYCHINE, and I recommend it to all who  are suffering from Lung Trouble aad Gen.  era! Debilitv."  ftr 11b W all brmisb Sfc. ft 11 pr bah.  Dr. T. A. SLOCUM  v LIMITED,  [i^^^^^^^   TORONTO  nSYCHiss  PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN  Then After 8600 Had Been Spent In  Vain,,Two Bottles of D.D.D. Cured.  Glllis���������Oroiit Scott, man! What do  you enll thnt thitigP  Willis���������Wo decided at our bom" thi<  year thnt wo would give only 11-eful  presents, nnd this Is the honutiful, embroidered, hand-painted snow shovel  thnt my wifo gnvo mo,���������Puck.  OLDJHUM  After Trying Five Doctors for Hli  Kidney Disease He Found Relief  In ths Great Canadian Kidney  Remedy.  Hurilvillo, Ont, (Special), - "After  trying live dootors for Kidney trouble,  from which 1  hml suffered for thi''>\  years, I find thnt Dodd's Kidney IMllsl  relieve nm bust of ull,   H 1 keep ou|  feeling us I have since I begun Inking  Ibdil's Kidney I'ills I shall ho well,  pleased  and 1 mil  hoping thoy will j  cure me," j  So suys Ittifu* Harris, woll ���������known j  in this village. "I hud stiffness in the]  joliitH," he continues, "crumps in the  muscles, biioknolio and was heavy ami]  sleepy after meals. I wus depressed 1  nnd low spirited, perspired fieely, was!  often dlny mid always thirsty, hut'  shift) taking Doild's Kidney Pill* I tint  feeling very good," |  If you hnve any of thii symptoms,!  Mr. Harris tells of, It is time for you]  to beware. They are the 'symptoms of  Kidney Disease and rimy ho the foro-j  runners of Kheiiiniitisiii, Dropsy, I.iun-i  hugo, Heart Disease, or even the dr"������d l  Bright's Disease itself, Tako warning |  mul guard iiguinst suffering or even  dontli itsi'll by putting the Kidneys hi!  ir md working order with Dodd's!  Kidnoy I'ills, |  "I'll work no moro for   that   mnn,  iK'iiUl."  "An' whyf"  "Shuro, 'tis 0:1 account av a remark  he iiiiiilo,"  "An' pliwat was that?"  "Snys he, 'Casey,' snys ho, 'ye're  Mrs. Horace Martin, of Sharbot  Lnkr>, Out., writes:  "My husband hud eczema for seven  yonrs. Ho spent hundreds of dollars  but could not get cured. He was almost wild with tho pain and itching.  I saw D.D.D. Prescription advertised in the paper. I sent and got n  bottle and it guvo my husband relief  at once, Ho bus used a second bottle  and is entirely well,  The two bottles of D.D.D, which my  husband used huvo done him moro  good than the $fiO() he spent boforo."  Do you suffer tho torments of skin  iMs������iiHo, or do any nf your family or  friends? What's the use? D.D.D.  l'rei'erMion will du fur anyone what  it rlid for Mr, Miirfin.  Tor free trial bottle of D.D.D. Pro-  Hcri|itin*i write to Iln- D.D.D. Laboratories, Department T.K., i'i Jordan St.,  Toronto,  For sale by all druffirists.  A ninn was lirnnulit up on the charge  of heating hi������ wife nnd biting off a  portion of her our, However, the wo-  man������ good-nntiir'il soul, was anxious  to sercon h"r hudiand nnd, if possible,  iihtitiii his acquittal, us uppeurs Irom  lier I'viilei ce,  Magistrate���������"Your hush-md has  boon treating you vory badly, oh?"  Witness���������"On no, your worship!"  Mnglstrate-"No? Why, did he not  bite off 11 piece nf yonr ear?"  Witness -"No, your worship; I did  it myself!"  ,'oTiuh stepped nshoro.  "I loft my reeori's In Ihe whale,"  he obsi'lveil, "Anybody who wants to  see thom can go alter them,"  it    lli.t   Omit 114   Hi,tt  lltlil'J  tJU' .mull, ii  lll������   oyplolt  ������"���������������     11 1       1 minimi ���������  Generally n ������irl isn't ss aixiotts to  marry ns she In to Iwonut engaged.  Not Unprofessional  Ono of the best stories told about  Mr. Birrol concerns a poor client  whoso case he took up for nothing.  When the easo had boon won, the  client gratefully sent him tho sum of  15b��������� which ho ucuoptod in order not to  give offonco.  A colleague reproached him, how-  over, for this "unprofessional conduct" in taking less than gold.  "But I took all the poor beggar  had," snid Mr, BirreJl, "nnd I consider that is not unprofessional."���������  M.A.P.  "Whnt is hauteur?"  "That's what some salesladies dis-  play when you ask to see something  cheaper,"  , Tho real tiling to a woman nbout a  roinuiitio novel is she knows it novor  could happen in life,  Contradicting n woman is noitlior  polite nor intelligent.  Any ninn who knows enough to  know ho doesn't understand women is  b.'tter off thun if ho did.  Pity the sorrows of the man who has  11 disiiuri'i'iilile boss in the olliee and  another at homo,  Tho temptation nhout prophecy Is  when it. turns mil the other wny 11 mnn  can claim Dint's what he snid and get  mad if b'is wile looks nn if she thinks  it wasn't.  Here's a  Sure  Way  To  Your  Clothes  DY-O-LA  Jutt Think of It t With the UMI Dye  you can color ANY kind ofclolli PtH������otl������������No  chance of mistakes. All colors to csnts from  ������aur .Druggist or Dialer. Sample Card and  Free, _ The.Jehnsen-Rlehardsan  ^MojujjiJ^iiJ^  ���������  Booklet  On.. Umlled,  mH!������L  TRENCH'S  REMEDY  _ - -roi-  Epilepsy and Fits  A������WmW,.5?.T!.cJ5,uta������  st 107 St. Jarats' Cbambere, Toronto.  bel  nameiyi-Kullnai  quarter do. UTli  ���������alra,  pottage or eiprsaa chargas  TP-XNOH-t RCMCDICI. LIMITED  isr et, a������se* ch*hi<i*, Toronto  6smphlet nulled free on application,  ,w'.'rJ 0( fpurjou* Imitations,  All pack.  t������oiiof TteneVt Remedy mast bear oar trade.  ���������urk seal ia unbroken condition on eaab tad.  FURS  0 you trap or buy  ui������M am Canada's  arvmit dealer, ln������y  irir    ,, .  tallest prloet, Your  shipments solicited,  I pay mtll nnd **���������  ���������"���������     "w'   " ���������" '���������"  ptb������������ tliarseii remit  Rromptly, Alio Unrest dealer In Heethldet,  h������uti������kias,������to, Quotations and skipping tags  lent ti us, 8  JOHN MALUM, TORONTO  B!5  aad*.  DISTEMPER \*mLWm  it tnr i������e ere  . the lllund and  ���������tamper In Puis  1 r������m������!y. Cure*  I.a Orlppa amnnir human twines and I* a One Kidney remedy, ton and It a  bnttlm M end Ufa down.  Cut this out.. Kmp It,  Shnw tn your drur rlst,  wbo will f������t it lur yon.  Proa )u*.l*x, " Ptstamper, Cauees and Curae.'*  0IITSIBUTOSI--AU WHOLHAtl OSUatlllTI  9PCUN HtblCAl Cbm -'***��������������������������� ,*i i*i*,���������'���������n,u. ti.tlA, l\m\, *.iX  V.ven it 11 worm will turn, what does  It  benefit hilllf1 i  Freda���������"1 am told sho Is very clcv-,  er, but I never noticed it." j  Mitrjorio���������"Of course not.  She saysi  .>!!  tin   1 -lever tbiiiun it In 1 ut ymi nil' 1  jiui havo Hono.V !  TEN FOR TEN CENTS  Mrs,  Carlton���������"Thoy  say lhat the  Vuuffhans hnvo a hurd timo making:  huth ends meet?"  Mrs. Kennedy,���������"I don't wonder.'  they ar������ always pulling in opposite*  directions." "        i  W. N. U��������� Nt, m  ������  DODDS    /,  KIDNEY^  /   PILLS .-rjs  l\     KlDht. '.r^tC  Iih^unaTI-V/  .,        ('HTs   lHVi'  "Mil   T I  MAGIC  BAKING POWDER  MAOI IN 04NAOA  Pure-WhoUiorae-Xconorolcal  It it nod Ly all iho large Bikrri and Culeten, at  well at by the b������t home bakers tnd cooki, Food pro*  ducti that are produced b clem factories nre best.  U* We QIIXKTT CO. LTD*  TOIORTO, OUT,  J SttJWWifcultitHi J-tflSit. V*. iia^tj"-'  THE NEWS, CmiBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  I  OUR LINOLEUM  Sale Still Continues.  A full range of Patterns, regular 65c. IVow SOc sq. yd  g5^ fr-- 't.>^ft i^tftwn^aaiaaagwtfeibiy gi?^ifai9ie!iiwjgB  A new **.;<>ck of lion Beds ranging from  i):iOto $5, all fishes.  Lace and  T;:rr:my Curtains  .*tt   RIGHT PRICKS  Before selectinj* y^tir wallpapers see our patterns ������fe prices.  The Right Price  Furniture Store.  DUNSMUIU AVENUE  A. McKinnon  CUMBERLAND  I  FOR SALE���������"Willinm Uattoo is  prepared to supply M<'*!<n find cord-  u'ood. Orders 'left *;t the Star  Li vory Stable and k"i! patriot's  Stnbles, will receive prompt attention.  Tbe funeral of'Myrtle f'irace,  little daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  Charles Iloith who reside ut No.7  mine, took place ojj Easter Sunday  afternoon. The Kev. Mr. Hastings conducted the service.  Cardiff, Wales, M.'.r<*h 27.���������As  a result of the inters; ution of the  board os trade the SdmtIi Wales  coal owners have it;���������������������������'it* new proposals which the miners have  practically accepted  New York,  Mnu:h   29.���������Tbe  New York Central railroad   era-  \ ployees to-day reqite.-' > d   to   ac  '''cc'pt an advance  of .:i.nn S to 25  per cent in wages --iTered by  tbe  company.    A strike i-i leared.  - ���������   ���������   tt* * ~-  Cincinatti,   March   29.���������By a  . unanimous vote iiu.*  convention  of the Uni ted Mine   Workers of  America to day rejected the terms  proposed   by   the   operators   of  "lITd'toa/  "nrrl^Yftstenr  -ior  i'emi������ylvauia, that ;v strike is  :':riear< r ' than it ha, i> ei for a  'lo:i;,r time during the piesent ne  gulia'.i .ns.  -  Mrs. Walter Whyte, of Vancouver, arrived by Tuesday's bunt.  LOST���������On Saturday afternoon.  Feb. 2(5tl), a black seal purse, silver frame,eont-tiuiiig gold locket.  Finder will please return to this  office.  eer  See C. C Segrave if yon want  a Piano, Organ, Sewing Machine,  ugent for all sorts of innsicul instrument*. On ui berland, B. C.  ���������WKUMUrMI  When You Ave Thinking of  Form No. 11.  LAND ACT  Coast Land District.  District of Coast.  TAKE notice   that   Chas.   A.  Timlin, of Lund, B. C, occupation  merchant, intends to apply for permission to lease, tho following described land:���������Commencing at n  post planted S. W. cornel* of T. L  34-079  thence   East   40    chuius,  thence South 40  chains,   thenco  West 40 chains, thence   North 40  chains to place of beginning containing 100 acres more or  less.  Chas. A. Timlin.  Fred. Timlin, Agent.  Dated March 2nd 1910.  closing out prices:  ���������.Ml-I.llll*.!��������������������������� ���������II, 1       ,' .      .        ���������      , .,.,1, 1 .���������,      ni,,.,-,' ������������������     ���������        ,,���������        ^^^        '"  cjmitj OmamentalTrees I j  Having disposed of our nursery grounds to be cleared up  by May, Iaai prepared to offer special prices on all each  bargains.  Splendid assortment . of ornamental tree?,  acclimated stock, having been growing on our ground" for  years, from 10c. up.  One of tbe beat selection of roses in B. C, in nil leading  varieties, suisable for this section, in good two year blooming  *izes, 25c each, $20 per 100, $150 per 1000; smaller ones half  price.  50,000 fruit trees in leading varieties. Let me price j'our  list.    10,000 shnde trees, in ailsizes and prices.  Greenhouses ful/of plants iu all sizes and pricee & prices  from $?,per lOOpois up.  M. J.  HENRY  OFFICE AND PACKING GROUNDS  3010 WESTMINSTER ROAD, VANCOUVER.  K   A IH A     Merchant  IX.  t\lLJt\      TAILOR  London, March 29. TheO.P.  R. has .engaged th? steamship  Montrose which will c.-trry over a  thousand 'third-cUts- passengers  for a trip to Canada during the  inotith of April. FiV'tyu steamships v/ili sail with every second  and third class cabin hooked���������  11 curly 18,000 emijjriiuts.- These  Hailed this month.  NOTICE  FOUND ADRlKT -23 logs,  mnrkod V, C. L, Co,. 1 lug marlc-  cd li. 0. M. (A)  Thoo. Peterson,  Port K Hi-urn, B. C.  That are a Select Line, Your  Mind Naturally Turns to the  Singer, Hiimber,  Royal Enfield,  & Coventry,  We have them all Write for  prices, with Free Wheels, Coast'  er or variable gears.  WE DO RENTING  AND   REPAIRING.  Thos. PL1MLEY  1 no Gov,l Street, Victoria, B.C.  {rST* Opposite Spencers  made in  Cumberland.  LODGES AND SECRET SOCIETIES.  Superstition and distrust, with  which all societies known as sec-r  ret orders were at one time viewed  by a large number of people, wits,  happily, long ago dispelled, and  today the lodge stands ns one ot  the champions of the home and  family. Wherever society has  reached a high state of development, secret aud fraternal orders  have their greatest stronghold.  That man must have some place  where he and his fellows mny congregate for recreation and instruction, where toil and business cares  may be cast nsidc for an evening  of pleasure and social divertise-  ment take their place as a recognized fact. The lodge offers one  of the best solutions of this question, as is evidenced by the many  orders that have sprung up in this  -Csjunti*v-M'Jtliin-the-la8t-deeade-Be=-  a* o   ,.. '.S3  sides these nre the numerous oldwr *������������  and grander orders, all of  which jfj  have in   their - rituals ' teaching*.I ������j  that have been important  factors:I DRAFTS   ISSUED IN ANY CURRENCY.   PAYABLE   ALL  in the educational and moral do  !I OVER THE WOULD.  velopmeut of the people. jsf ���������~~~~   ��������� That our town should be uu-il SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS and i,,-  usually well represented by u large j f ,ere" at Current Rn:w al,mV(ul on PepoBils of.*1.00 and upwards,  ���������number of orders of this kind is I H- F- MONTGOMERY,, Manager...  ,  j not at all   biirprising,   when   the! ^wiraramnwa^^  character of the citizens   is con- |  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OlflDE TO   0$DE$ fiJlD  IH RHV STYLtE YOU UmllSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to  CUM B ERL AN D,  B. C.  if  Capital $5,000,000  -,R>_  Seeorve $5,700,000 I  CUMBERLAND, B. C ������  Sub-Branches at Courtenay and Union Bay;  j sidered.  ,,.    ��������� ,    ,   Watci1,!    Tlie orders are   ably   oflicercd, j I  open fiice. x tinier will  please  re- . .   , ,    ,     .    M  ..... .   .1..   a...    r> ....'.., have a numerical strength that m-  LOST���������A coin   silver  en fiice. Finder  turn to this ollice. Reward  FOR SALE-A 9- roomed  house and furniture in first-class  order.   Apply thi* of lice.  HAVEYOUADF.r.Toi'biiRi-  nos* obligation whicli would im-  pair )our estate in can* uf death?  We vr ill.cancel such iiidcbtediicse  If you aroimmrublo,  Let A CAlXANDf'R of the  JVIutiial Life of N������w Ymk. Van-  ei-m-cr, h1hi������' ymi, Sm'li polieltM,  nir- UB, i'oi.t $tA,.l(\. l������ivii.hmdH  dining 1U10 were W.Hl.ovor 20  pt*r '"tut, ������������l emit $lldll (tertlion  i\'U..i. Ludy iijjjtiiitM  wiili I'd.  Mrs Bi-.iun.i diviivH imjilU for  i.n* pifliiiifncut nt )i"r I" me in Mui  iitiiip, r!iiuihi������t,lfuiil, II,t), lTBiutl  HMMttri will be charged,  If vim' bn������5p*������>>������ \*t\'' <i*d|'ih n>(  CO   1'  ini',   :irvi<i*M  ���������;)1  1'.  Inspecu/r  M .r^.tn   p id    the  J���������'���������.'������) tniiitis au nlliiitii vi.it last  Form No, 11.  LAND ACT  Form of Notice,  Comox Land District*.  Dicfricl of Cortes Island,  TAKE notice that Helen Hull,of  Ht'riot Buy, B, C., occupation  Mntroijj intenda to apply tor permission to leaae the following described Jnml**:���������On Cm-ten lidnnil,  13, C. known 11 ^ Salt Lagoon, And  dwserlbod as follows:���������Coiiiiiumi-  cing (it a jioHt planted at tlie south-  eai-t corner of District L<������t J1T3  thenee Mintbensturly along llie  itliorolineof tin* southerly or right  hnnd lunik of said Lagoon to tlit<  wuithwiwtei'ly uliore or head thereof, thtifice nortliutistorly along l.'ii-  siiid stuitlwutorly shore or head to  the northerly or left hand hunk ul  of fitdd Lngoori, thehec northwe*-t-  orly along mUl northei'ly or left  hnnd bauk to 11 point on the north  1  winterly shore ol xiiid Luguon dw  north ot point of ooinineiu'eineiit,  tl; '.:<"���������<. th): z.t\Vh-:.\,A. ,' ;m im:'.;;l'.i-  .*������,y line to iho p./utof v*.''ih./uii.''  ment mid   eoiitiiiiiiug   v40   iiui'ik  mnre or less,  Helen Pull, Applicant,  'Diitei M.H'iil) let, WW,  FOB SALE���������20 tons of hay,  mixvjil with a liti 1������ clover. Apply  to John Fraser, Happy  Valley.  I an res perpetuity, and stands as i  beacon lights along tha ruck rib od i  coasts, thus directing many 11 tw.ii- j  pest-tosued mariner into tlio hur-j  bor of safety, 1  mmvnfxtnvKmim.-*Tim*w***jtsrM-MJt\xam,t  MIAtttmnaUVMUITUB  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCINlS  Dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, F3.C.  Form No .1  . LAND ACT  Form of Notice.  Comox Lund Distriot.  District of Coiur Range I Loughborough Inlet,  TAKE notice thut Alfred John,  son of Uoy l.\ O,  Loughborough  Inlet, occupation lumberman, in-  teitdn to ajiply for pormissiim tn  pui'chiise the following described  liunU:���������Commencing at 11 poht  plitiited on the north shore ot  Loughborough Inlet due north of  Melh'ide liny, theuco north twenty chains, thenee west eighty  ciinind, thence south to the wlioru  nnd along the uhore eighty chains  to the point of comnuuicemefif,  containing one hundred und sixty  acre* more or lees.  Davidson Ward Co.  Allied JoIiRBon, Agent.  Dated March lm, IS)JO.  NOTICK n hereby ������������ivi������n that  thtrtr d'.vv*, after date T intend to  apply to the lion. Chief Commissioner ot'Lawis ami VVorks for a  license lo prospect for conl   nnd  FOllSALK���������Bell Piano. Ap-1 ������09������0������o������0������������'S������ffi3������02>������������8  ply 30 \V.  A.  WilK-JiiHoii,  The little son of the Kew Mr.  Hastings is ill with pneumonia.  >ir. J. A. V. Dalby, of Vnu-  confer, 'brother of Mr, Frank  Dalby, was in (own hist week,  Mr. Dalby is engaged in renl estate and reports great activity in  that line.  J, N. MeLeod and Alex. Max-  Maxwell arrived home on Thursday last.  SAKA, PROPRIETOR  %-et ���������ywvMwapfri'itfy fwwjiwriinjRW| *tttimxuiirjuxx*rvnm </*mMMW'oipteiff I  ? I '!a8tK.a*A'ji*'wa>������ tow ���������*,, ���������f.tMm.'i ^���������}������������r,j<r,^"fc.^Jitw������mi(<*������<Hiiiwrilj  " WE hAVEHONEY  To invent m ;tuv sound pmnrwiMoii.    TIMUKR  <OAL, 01  ^JKfCL'l.TVKALLANTiS.  Makea elca- ���������>'���������'��������� 1 u and   v.'ti'i* ful',*.* ii, \onr ru** letter  if w������ii \*,oi  ,1 ���������ftitii'i* ni,'*wcr,  WcsJern Canada Investment Company,  m*mt\tm**m*i,tJ\tt.<m. Block, Vimcouver, ti������*i*  ' .1  ������i ������NMNHW������t������ J l",i 1 w' '������������������������������������I f*  9 tmahatm; : nm%i i^mfciM. nn-jmat.  lowing land situated in the Comox District. Oouniieiicing at a  jjNMt marked S, W. comer of claim  No. 1, placed about 30 chains  weat Irom the southe.u: coiner of  action 1,2 Dctwnnn Maud, ruu-  niui; ea>t 80 chains, uonh tu.  .h;iiu.s west 80 chains, tluiui  .���������HPii 80 chains to point ol" com  i**ucement.  HUGH STKWA/iT,  J. I?. 1JUTI.KR. Agent  Dated March 14th, J 910.  Ciiuiiiuiitii, Onii), March 30���������  The toie^rnph ii(iurniorn ou the Ulg  Kour ritili'iMd have had tln-irwii-  gvg lucreiihod Thu inormifo on tlm  coiid will iiiiioiint to <P������OOO,00.������  mom h.  Moiilie,il,*luri:h, 3d.���������Tho cm  l^rum mijmiii  Ii.'.h  11 uitud   with 11  rush, ai,d iho prcmriu week It ex-  tiecied to be u locofd biouker. 8uv-  ictiu hutidtcd  etnignuits  will  be  .IHIU'U  ill, >j   .    Juillln     .lldi     ii.UIUU  thuiuiiiH. Modi ol   iiieemiigrtuPh  mo fri'iu t-iicm 1 rhuiii, nud mo uf  a auperior cIabi.  N.u i.imo, March JO -At,  mid  ui|,iu .u..Kiti.������) , in.- nil'*,;  in viite  J,i |ni miu hniiiui; on in p.- no.tr tho  pr 'viut'ii.l j;iil in Niiii'iimo mid if  .ultud ill llm totil 1 eHiUfiieii o,  two lurije ciiiinorii'f owned uy tin  Jtuuinoi'O lirm of \a< t)i fr Y.i ���������  i?helo. Ti.h lo#< if (f, 111 twelvo ���������.  .:iliii'<n   liiuiiyiit.il     0  I .iim.    .1   1  Hiii^ht tin* ii e origiintte.i  in u.  leiii n������ >hit-k ix'ipby,  N Tiii|><.i.. H.irii. M)ir<h30--O������i  ,Sui.im,> l������ ii', Wu t- ovt r   utei   Lu  d filetra ot-fitie-a ftlec's  in  tie  r,i lwyy rd  Nii.oiy   t'teitt   ������ir--  ll  ci'.n.U it Am   u.u������.  Ladies' and Gentlcmen'R Suits Made vo "^rfi.rr  from ������20 to 835    All Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  !  iriwinn���������������iimm������Mimn~*���������*t���������- - "~���������"-*J*���������*"���������" "  " ni"���������'���������<��������������������������������� nm   OUhen  Go To  the  yoa CUant  a Good flleal  tj������.  T. ROHIMSON, I'ROPRfKTOR.   Dunsmuii* flvc.  ��������� m m wnw.wrnwwnr- r irr-ir r���������������������������**���������~m  >i*.nvwm.v.*.nrttmi itWnm/SKiwinAMBRWM  iiaunauioi  E.  DALkYMPLE  ALL KINDS OF FIKST-CLASS  .   .   MKHKU    WORK   .   .  Done.    No   Hi'ttei*   Anywhere.  01VK US A   CALL  Next Agricultural Hall, Courtenay, B. C.  \

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