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The Cumberland News Mar 1, 1910

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 ���������_������, ���������.r,., ^mf^,n^,-mt w.t������ *������. w������.e  ^m ������, ������������,  '������^������f;,^^s^^ass#s*4^s.:, ^.^aafcatffi'S*^^ . ,tW.������.i.J^������.,m^-i  (0  #  A .Journal Devoted Especially, to tlie Interest* of Comox District.  * Thk News, Eightkknth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C, TUESDAY, MAR.  i,  :9io  M IIMMMHJil nm  M  1  1  1  I  'At The *BIG STORE  MIl'MI���������WA'WWIWHTO  -OUR-  Goods  ARE NOW ARRIVING by every  boat. Come in and see the new Hnesw e  are now .showing.  Ladies'   Blouses,   Fanr:v  Muslms,   Children's    Readv-  i  made Dresses, Pmbroideries,  Laces, Curtains,.etc, etc.   New lines of Gent's  Spring   Hats i n  all:  he new shapes and colors.  ���������T. ��������� \'-wy 7 *m .   ' >*?gcrf **-*}  t^&U&&iLijm&������&  Wc have taken the second floor and intend carrying a full line of  FURNITURE,    LINOLEUMS  etc., on   this floor.  with a full -line  of  STOVES  & SHELF  WL? VV J������lTi.  on   the ground floor y/e. will foe able  to  supply"'all your requirements.  Si**>sa<:PT; >:< ?.,o. .������ V'-af.  m������*m-*������. ���������: ^litmi.\ts*.M*x^smw?,t:   ..mm..--,- mn ���������um-J .-*'  ifi���������Tiirii ii mnn i i m* r Twin uni ASAi-Ait-m^^tsX-ti": j* ;������  Wrapj'rf-roiies,   Hanr.ow *  s������r.*r'   K.      J  old  regular  for   ioc,   15c.  and   20c.  Starting at io a.  m. Jor a  Clean Sweep.  N. B,���������These goods will be sold for CASH ONLY.  J- N. McLEOD  Dunsmuir'Avenue, CUMBERLAND, B. C.  Simon Leiser & Co.," Ltd*  J. McPHEE & SONS  RETIRING   SALE.  PROFIT WHILE YOU MAY  Selling goods without profit, in fact absolutely re  ganlless of cost! as McPhce's are now doing 'cannot long continue. Don't miss vour opportunity to  profit by this grc.it closing out sale at  T. E. BATE  TWENTYTMREE JEWELLED     )1  tfritB****Mrirt  T"W t,   ������   p-w* ***rr l-Vst! if*-? -w .  ���������on Monthly. Payments���������  STODDART  TH E JE-WELLEE.  Next Boor to the Royal Bank, Cumberland  J. McPhee & Sons,  Local Option League.  At  the annual meeting of the  local, option league, the Hev, 11.  S Hnsiingfi gave a report of the  Provincial   Convention recently  held at Victoria.     The work of  'lie   past year was outlined,   llie  present   condition   of the   local  option    work   iu   the   province  dealt with and the  future policy  of the. league set. forth.     An active campaign will be engaged in  throughout tlm pruviuct* a������;d continue "'until a local option   law,  which   places the liquor   trullic  largely under the   control of the  people, is secured tin Il.C.Iu the  icceiii plebiscite  eighteen   eon-]  Ktitueneii'.s   gave   a majority   ul;  4,200 for local option law, while  the  remaining sutecn  constituencies gave   a   majority ot   50;,  against ii..    Thus,   theie was  a  popular majority   of   ^,695   tor  the proposed laws,  The liquor ligen.se bill now In"  fure   the Legislature was   wcl-  coined as a decided improvement  ������jii the prc.-wnt law.  Dr. Spencer, tlie provincial  .superintendent of the local option campaign, expects to visit,  Cuuibeiland in the* nenr future.  A vote-of thanks  wni  i**nH'T  c*d  In Mcmoriam.  Once more the grim hand  of  death  hus taken another  familiar   lace from   our mi ist in   the  person of Mit. M muled  (age 70)  wife ot  Mr. John   iduudell, ol  Saudwick,   a 11 old and  respected  resident of Coinox Valley.     The  deceased   lady  had  been  ailing  for some lime, and a  few days  ago she wen' down to Victoria to  undergo au operation, but not be  iug strong enough to stand  ihe]  strain she passed away on  Mon- j  day the 2'l.lU inst.     Thu tuneral'  will take place 0:1 Thursday af  ternoou,   March   3rd   from  tin  f.unilv residence,  JVItK  Iwiek,  the 1'resbyterian cemetery,  TlioOi':iiMni*i>t������'i',>rtli,. 15. f,  Orangemen, nt their euiivoutir n  nil Tlli'sdiiy. I'Vib   *2J,'lld   (I^jil'eefitei1  the scimrnte iu'IiohI ������*yi-teiii in Al  bi'ita mid SuMintelle-Aiin. In thi  results uf tlm Hriti������li it|r>ciiota;. In  Htw tlie jilm'ii*w of the lnijierinl  guvi'i'iuiiesit .;t. L!it������ mercy of the  N(ii.i*������tmlif*ts   n';d   u\|ii*i*--kim|   tin.  liopethul tllll home rule bid Wniild  liot,be p*M?<J.  Farmers' Institute.  A snpplcniehtnry meeting of  the   Comox   Farmers'   Institute  was held af Courtenay on the evening of 2 ist of February,   had a  very fair attendance.     President  Shopland   gave a very full   ac*  count   of what was done at   the  Central Institute held in  Vieto-  ria on the 2nd  aud 3rd ulto.,   at  which representatives were present from   30 institutes   throughout the Province, each   yoking  their  wants   and   recommend.v I  tions to the government, clmaper  way of getting* stumping powder 1  government hnpoi ting of clover j  seed, establishment of demolish.) '  tiofi farms as well ns c-xpeiimeii. I  nd, preservation  of game,  des*.!  (ruction ������f noxious ani in.lis. Tin ;  matter met with n share ofattenj  ���������dun.    Mr M. H. Pali, sec'y,,  of  the   Agricultural   id   Industrial!  Vssoei.'ition told of his tine*, in Id  .lishion, ob'aini*.!'.: alui^ uppio-  iriaMoii foi alio v. j in ������-| "���������><*:*,   ft*;  ing dau* of show -md   ;.*���������������������������;���������;.������; .-'  t iw;iids   fiti'Mi'"!'!"   -, .>:ii;!>j:,i   101  he big shot',-, ni  .iii ..! win' 'i h������  .iieceeded. Mi. A. ("npiliiii L .**:)*; j  ���������Mi   Wm. Pun'' (i ii'fl   of  1 !,,.���������:��������� i  impies.don*! i't 1 he I'm *ii'"*.������������������* *Pc' ���������.  hauieiii, the   I .onteis' h. .tiir.'<. j  A*��������������� i' nl'ur.il i'ioeiety, haitvni' n'd  Ns'ociutiou,     Stoek     l;ie. !��������� is',  Ciiild, ;dl being   iu session dm-'  the same and succeeding aays.    !  .fjimee I-irowri was elected Alder-  man fur N'orth Ward by ace.Jii-.  uiatioo, on Monday lat-t,  Hov, T. Monuie:-, of .Sandwick,  whs at the-.tapitnl, ldftf. week.  Mr. and Mr*. W, Dunii arrived  from Victorh by   Friday's  bout.  Miss Ingh'un, of Ladyhudtli,  sueceodn Mr I'Vaser us 00 .i\kt*t*r���������������  or at tlio Big Store.  Tho proved.-,of the L*idif>*( Aid  of (tifie.-i idittiioilift clnr*o.li annual  sale a mi faiter'ait.niunt nottt*rf fix-**  Imndred dollar**'.  There are u euiijii': of OdPCf* of  tcni'it't fuvfi* in town.  ������**Ji.  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PKOPRIETOSS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTrLING WORKS  Agents for Union Brewing Company's JllvIiH aud  PORTRK.      Wlwlfsule Denltrs in ail Kiwis of  Wiww* and I.^uu'.n.  SECOND    STREET  A vote of thanks w^^ t������nd<*v-lM  the delegate lor his report. !n  "J'ho eU'cdoji of ofiie..*.-;, urult- !n  ed as follows; ���������  :   I't- iilr'll l������,.f, r    X ,.!,,���������  I Vice-President luhu Jliown  j Secretary John Shaw  j Treasurer.... .1). R, MeMoii.dd  1     The executive cnuui'tte eon  I sists- ol thr nflirrrs ,*ind th**   fnH-  owiug persons:���������*\V. VV. Willard, j  ' \\.s\l>.  Siddall,  A McUiuuon,;]  i)r. Gillespie, l)j*. MaeNaugliUm  j ss ,K, Ihmii and the    (������cv. II. S  j  i Hasting**.  1     Sever il m.lf tc*r������ eajiu*   up   tV- r M  j ui.v us-i������>u ami x|'ptu)������!*.utt-,u*'io!i ,1  j taken after   wiin h   ti.t*   inteting  I .id j* a in td.  NEW SPRING GO������  In Memoriam.  Tl>**dnnth fooii phwo on Tbiii"<-  day li^t  at   Naiinimo,   of G������'������C������  iinii������- Mi'ii'iliff!, tl.iiigl.ter uf Mr.  .Hid Ml*.������,   '1 liuN     Meuille) I.     Tint  dei '-e.l who v.t* 1 >T*IV 2'd yi'ftr* of  In!", iiad bi'i'll' II:  i .llli^' lieal'li fur  tile ! 1 -.'. tli"1    *, .'Ht'������. ^'i'   !   '.iiwiv.  i-i'   Ui  |||.I*  1 ni'<������tt������(,   I III''       *'Tot!,r ���������'   ,  \ *. 1111H111 0 *    t>.'.,.lbf'l'|i:*rl,    (J.rli'/*  aii'l .'u'i'i uf   Nltliii'*iio,    hiii!    ' *"  itiioovN '.;���������', V '���������'���������'���������'. d  l;*..*'������-"<i .  HP-i M.v. AI:-t:   '���������' ,r\\, ..:t>,A'-  ,.  "r������irw,*rat ha iwa^v \e* * **\  > '> . .*' I )  JUST OI'HNHI) UP.  At "TO:cr-:':h^'.''ra^������i"**Mi������^a/j������ub  New Drctjs Cioods, Muslins, Silks, Ciinj;h.'in^, Chain'orays,  *  Iix-b, Blouses,  l:ant:y Hosiery, <-ic. rt<\        (."., rpets,  Hiuu)<,t Cur*  tain  l'tik'N  l.ai.i; C'iii.ti.i>, an 1 C'i!\,iiu Musim*.  Kvcrvthin^   new iim\   fash hum llv cu'l        CO.Mh 1^*1 and  ']*Ai< i\ A l.r-Oi< AK- 'I'Ni).  I  DUNSMUIR  AVENUE  Campbell Bros.  i g������ 'wrvji'^mWmAiXi:. ;i 'eiec ~i ^  CUM^cRLANH  Q.C*  .Ml.,}' t���������*;u..:if. * Ar '.sr-*5 V  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  GIVEN UP BY HIS PHYSICIAN!    camauian treasures.  ANCIENT MONTREAL FORT.  )"FRUIT-A-TIVCS", THE FAMOUS  FRUIT MEDICINE, SAVED HIS LIFE.  Monrreal  Home ot  D. R.  McCord  It | Forgotten  Military Structure  Is Laid  an Aladdin's Cave. j Bare by Workmen.  There is probably only one private i The ruins of an old Trench (ort or  house in ull Canada in which a fire outpost have been discovered near the  vouiu prove a national calamity, corner of St. Catherine and Mountain  saya u writer in The Toronto (Jlobe, streets, Montreal. The tort, or rather  'I nut house n in Montreal and it shei- j outpost, was built of heavy cedar tun-  tors tn������ quaintest, the most uelight- , ber*. Originally it had a frontage of  lul, tne most original, and the most j nbout twelve feet, a depth of about  interest im; Canadian gentleman it lias I t������n feet, and a height of ten feet.  been my lot to. meet. David itoss Mc- j The ftoorinp of tlie buildinu was found  Curd is his name, and n you ask him j in good condition, the side walls were  JAMES DINGWALL, E������Q.  i Wiltiamatown, Ont., July 27th, 1908.  "I suffered all tny life from Chronic  Constipation and no doctor, or remedy,  I ever tried helped tne, "Fruit-a-tives"  promptly cured me. Also, last spring  I had a had attack of BLADDER and  KIDNEY TROUBLE and the doctor  gave me up but "Fniit-a-tives" saved  niy life. I am now over eighty years  of age and I strongly recommend  "Fruit-a-tives" for Constipation and  Kiduev Trouble". '    . -  (Signed) JAMES DINGWALL.  50c a box, 6 forjj2.,<;o���������or trial box, 25c  ���������at dealers or from Fruit-a-tives  Limited, Ottawa.  Means Money  "Why,*" exclaimed the kind old lady  to the beggar, "are they the best, shoes  you've ;,rot.v" "Why, lady," replied  the candid beggar, "could yer imagine  better ones fur dis business? Every  one 0' dem holes means pennies to  me."  It Testifies for Itself.���������Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil needs no testimonial of  its powers other than itself. Whoever  tries it for coughs or colds, for cuts or  contusions, for sprains or burns, for  pains in the limbs or body, well know-  that the medicine proves itself and  needs no guarantee. This shows why  this Oil is in general use.  "Yes, Cassidy met with a violent  death. He took a dose of morphine,  went to sleep, and never woke un."  "Do you call that violent?" "Yes,  -they-"po\inded-the-!ife-0!iUof-tha_poor.  fellow trying to make him wake."  Deafness Cannot Be Cured  by local application*, aj the; cannot reach tlio ci������  eased portion of tne ear. There In only one way to  cure dculuosB, and that In by conatltutlanal remedies  Deafneea la caused by an Inflamed condition ol tin  mucous llnln< of the Eustachian Tube. When thii  . tubo la Intlamed you have a rumbling Round or Ira-  "pcrlect hearing, and when It U entirely closed, neatness Ib tbo mult, and unices tbe Inflammation can be  taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, boarlns will be destroyed forever; nine casta  out ol ten are caused by Catarrh, which In nothing  but an Inflamed condition ol O19 mucous surfaces.  We will plve One Hundred Dollars tor any case ot  Deafness trntinvi by catarrh) that cannot lie cured  by HUl's Catarrh aire.   Bi>nd tor circulars, lire.  * F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toluda, 0.  Bold by DruKlstB, 78c,  Take U&ll's Family Pliu tor oonatlpattoo.  One kind of dark secret is the  method employed by tt. blenched  blonde in keeping ber hair light,.  DON'T BLAME THE CHILDREN.  Spunking does not cure children of  bed-wettirur. There i.s 11 eoimtitntiorml  cause for this trouble. Mrs, M. Summons, Uox \V. 77, Windsor, Out., will  fiend free to any mother hor successful  home treatment, with full instructions,  Send no money but write her to-day  if your children trouble you iu this-*  way. Don't blame the child, the  eliiincos nre it can't help it. ThU  treatment. aH.o cures adults and aged  people troubled with urine difficulties  liy dny or night, 4c  He���������Yes, ho lives on the fat of tho  land,  Slio-What i- be?  He���������An untifid niodicino nuniii-  fucturer.���������Coinie Cuts.  Tho Bowels Must Act Healthily.���������In  must, liliiients the llrst cure of tlie  rnedjci'.l ninn is to see foil, the bowels  nre "lien ii"d fully performing their  fowl ions, Purine!","'s Vegel.ii.hio I'll)*  ere co compounded thnt pertain in-  j/redieiits in !h"in not on tho bowels  wili'ly nnd tb"y nro tbe verv li'Hi lliod-  jeirie iM'f'il'ib!.*' In produce IfitlUiv  notion of tile bowels. |||(|ei.(|, there in  110 i'Hht *'"��������� i'le sn ������<'reif"������alile iii  I'oopjni.' the digestive organs in health-  fni notion.  "Miniil wn������ I'.fi'iiiil the girls wouldn't  until'*'   lor  e"u'iim'iiieiil   ring."  "Hi ' ih'-y?"  "Did tie". Six oi litem recognized  it nt once."  NURSING MOTHERS  show  thc  beneficial  effects of  Scott's Emulsion  in a very short time. It  not oul; uuiitL \,ci up,  but enriches the mother's  milk and projierly nourishes thc child.  Nearly all mothers who  nurse thcirchildrcn should  take this splendid food-  tonic, not only to keep  up their own strength but  to properly nourish their  children.  ro* t������u> **t ������tx sMuuMttm  a**A V* . **m* *l ***** *m* **** m*. t ���������* mm*  ******-1 *.*t-.m ,���������.* ..41 mnn .*.**.!, mm.*,  gmt* -���������!���������* .nmuin, ��������� tbtm4 Um* Twrnmi.  acircT a, *ow*c  ,mer*"****���������*'��������� ****** ���������*/***    t������*m������*.Om  W, N   O.. He. nt.  ins proiL'oeion he will toil you he is  Cannuii's only sulinon-ily maker���������  ������wiicli ue.scnption requires a liitle ex-  pi.iii.iiitji), especially us he Iwppens  to be entitled to put the Idlers ixi.A.,  ii.V.L., uud  K.C. after hU name.  Hi is not u suhnon-lly maker in the  sej.se in unieii pood oki lziuik Walton  *.us, dia biilmon-liie-s���������the term 13  his own���������tako the form of bagging  letters ot lite most alluring description  unci of the the highest literary polish.  \* ith these us his bait he is constantly getting tne most exciting spurt,  and laiiuing gorgeous aud valuable  quarry. Begun as a pastime, tnu  --port lias become a perfect passion  with him���������so much so that, aliliougn  lie is a King's Counsel, he will be  no more known to posterity as a lawyer than lzaak Walton is known as  tne London linen-uraper tnat he was.  Coming of a legal family 01 inucn  distinction in the city of Montreal  anu the Province of (Quebec, and being liimseli a man of unusual gilts,  reuuy wit, and great culture, Mr. ivlc-  Cord could undoubtedly huve piled up  a big fortune if he had chosen to devote ��������� himself with a single eye to  glory in the legal profession. But  tnen "i'ooh! what's money, after all?"  Thnt is what he says. His fortune  answers his desires, so, like izaak  Walton, he withdraws from the crowd-  id haunts of men, anu takes wholeheartedly to "the excellent art ot  angling."  Unlike Izaak^Walton, however, he  does not distribute his catcnes among  his Inends. Every fish that he has  landed durirlf close upon half a century's anient angling has beeu jealously seized and carried off home tor  preservation. As a result, his house  has long since ceased to be a mere  residence, and has become a museum,  crammed with a collection of  "catches" of extraordinary variety  anu value.  ^o-puwit~plainLy.,^r���������.Mefieid._^Jio.  was born with the attributes of 11  historian, started out with the laudable desire ot preserving for posterity  the laiiumarks in Canadian history.  Then he became seized with the collecting mania and gradually got possession���������very largely by means of the  aforesaid salmon-Hies ��������� of almost  every portable thing of historical  value on which his eyes ever r'esteu.  Now he aspires to gethis_ collection j 'vi-nl niade^iy" woVkiiVen excavating 1oi  somewhat shattered,  and the greater  part ol  the loof  was  missing.  It i> thought that llii# was the western entrance to the settlement, and  that here a party was always stationed to be on the lookout for possible  enemies. The building'wag constructed of heavy timbers, i>nrt of the bark  . being hewn away and the remainder  j left us n cover!na. hi the centre of  each of the titnix-rs on the side walls  were lame woodju pins. No nails  were used in the construction cf the  building. The land nirroun.liue the  fort, is yet tilled with sprintts, and it  is thought that a canoe route as welt  ft? a path passed this block house.  The foundation of the fort had been  laid on ibe li'iek clay nbout two feet  below the surface. After the fort was  deserted earth piled over it by landslides and washouts trom the mountain to such ii height that it is now  five teet  below, the surface.  The timbers are in nearly perfect  condition, being preserved in the  moist soil. The marks of the axe are  still plum on those which have be^n  hewn. Many opinions prevail as to  the age of the foit, but it is certain  that the budding is one of the lirst  put up on the island.  In the soil directly above the fort  stood, until recently, a giant elm tree  over a century old. Some of the roots  of this tree had spread around the  side walls of the fort so that the  building was well over the century  mark. The workmen who made the  discovery were not aware of the probable historical value of the buildincr.  Th"y tore down the side walls so that  now only the flooring remain? in it:-  original position. The other timbers  have been saved, however, and after  further investigation renardiuu the  tort, it is probable thnt it will be reconstructed. A nu'ii'.hrr of authorities  oh the history ot old Montreal have  been consulted, nnd the concensus o������  .-o.piiriein,j������_i������i2i__this_w*as> _lllg__ 1;t3?t  western point of the .-:eftTementTTTT?"  expected that further research will  tiring forth some relics which may determine more accurately the age of  the little buildinu. Near at hnui a  number of tea -hells hnve been, found  in- the soil, nnd some distance away a  huge bould >r of "blue stone," weiuh  ing about twelve tons, wns found em  bedel'."!   in the  clay,    Tbe  discovery  * HAPPY DAYS  FOR BABY  soused iu a public building, and obi-  ciully called "The National Museum  ot Canada." (  What is more, he nays that, in  Rooseveltian phrase, he will ao it or  bust, As his collection is out* o.  great educational us well as monetary  value, he wants it to be made available to as large a public as possible  Thus, he intends that its permanent  home shall bo in either Montreal or  Toronto. Let it be given otlicial  standing as "the National Museum,  and he will bestow it as a tree gift  oil the city, He does not euro whiui.  First come, llrst served.  The house where this collection is  at present stowed stands among the  trees on tlie mountain slopes just on  tho Cole des Neiges rouu, iu Mont-  real, li is 1111 imposing structure, not  unlike a Grecian temple in appear-  unci'; indeed, Jlie resemblance wus  acknowledged by tho owner in giving  it ihe name of "Temple Grove."  When 1 called ot Temple Grove 11  short time ago, the owner, it uuppur  litilu ninn in shirt-sleeves, with an  alert, inquiring air, and an uud look  of youtliiuliiess, despite his grey liti 1 r  nnd benp.1, uiiowored the door. 'I le*  iiifoniuiiion thut I had culled to get  1 obtained in about ten minutes; yet  it was cl im> upon three hours before  I got away���������or wanted to, 1 was  shown roniu nfter room cniminoij with  historic ireuuureH. livery cupboard in  the pine" wns tilled with them; every  table and every chair was piled up  with them; every wall wan hung witn  them, Siiiiietliinu or other of value  in ^iituieeil 11 with nlmo-t every groat  event in tie. history of Cnnudu soone  ed to have found its way here, There  wore Indian r"lics innuiiiei'iible, his-  ini'ii'iil document.' by the isenre, nn-  cietit c.mtiiiuen and armor j newspaper  editings covering the bent pint o( a  ciitiiiy; portraits, pictures, uuloKrnnli I  letters, rnre old Iwmki", ami ho uu by  llie hundred. To attempt to give even  n partial lin of thi< remarkable col.  lection  would  be iinportMble,  8H������ Can Sail Any Ship,  Mr*. Arium J. Connell i* llie only  won.nn in Aiiierica who hnn paper*  P'Tiiutiiiig nut to navigate u ������ti-umer  of any ciiw in nny ocean, Shu ii  known nil over the world, for a steam,  er i������ her only home, und she hit* miib  ml everywhere with her husband,  Capt.  William J. t'oiitielt.  Hhe wim born in tlm Thoumiml lm. |  buiils, mid tpew up with the youlli '  v, limn i.lu* Inter married.  For a whilu |  rll>'   hliljed   ill   lioiin-   who.:    01:    .........  \  j :^    ,   1  )*���������     '!������������������    ..on  tired  of  that, '  and   for   the   pant   twenty-two   yuur* 1 "f** ������imh. vWnun lit,   .*..*.o(. hud   .41,  she has lulled with him. 1 hmn drowning.    "As  n reward, yr,  A- .1 r-MJlt <1 h r kno**l*>lij.������ tni4 ' ".*>������y "������ve my dinimlitor there." The  expnenv in senmnnihip Mtn. Con- I liff-t*������v.*r ifliHM*<'il ������t llie ilmight-r,  pell reeeivil Iht *iiiliriff niiuter'n cot. \d\en bent nuiiln over the old ninn,  ��������� ���������t; ��������� ,* nm., il,,. i���������,rt 01 San Krmiei.oo "NMuit are yon dmnttr' nnYed the per  ill ll'Ol, Mie I- 1111 lioereilili'Li li.mV . r- J;  |..r lie Great l,ok"* nud the St, Un**: ������������������ utfiiin.  niu'e U.ver, aiei also holds it Goviit. ! t  Ion.I In-eli-e, elilltling b'*r lo navi- !  nut.' .my kind o| n craft in nnv wiiter������. I  At any 11 me Ate can relieve (n-r j  liui>i>*net, 11 iier.'-Muy, handling tne '  tut' ,'i,.*lJ*ii um *t������-nuior with etmo.   On  on vi������ioi) He')   rnii miu .������ ������ii< il   .; ,  rough ������.iith.-r, uectim\iitni*Hl hy no  . ;;. ��������� ,;:,;" t; 't ,h\- !"(���������. Ati.-r tli.-  .'.;���������'...u I.el ���������|������ut three il.ty* nnd two  l/IWl In 'II til- brl If,*'* Without ������leep  -i,- l< !������������������"��������� I Inn Ui go tn-U"*, nnt  brougot the -hip into port InrM'li.    1  ***������!).   In  Oyttari.  While  .miiis;   ftjitt t*   ������l  th*  tea*. ���������  fl In-.-   o|   **i,-|.n..||   W1...,**.   ta*    iUmti  HM.   lor.fiti,    Mim    M.    IVitou.  i ������������������uu I ti v.   |i'!������il������.    Atl   ������'-re  in  aim I  <>-t������r     lh)  ������< re ������U,ut tin* nut ot  lu.k-!...;     ,%   rimtlet  will   tne  msk'A  '    ( ...    l.li;e 11 ell Ilteiu.    All M'vtlwJ  K>  U- I   ti..l. j  tne new-Ogilvy building.  .Waratah Given Up.  The comniii.tee of Lloyd's have now  posted ;*.s "iijissing" toe iiluu .-\nciior  Liner Waraiuh, wuich left Durb:.n ior  Cape Town on Juiy 2ii last with u  b.rgi! nuii.b.;r oi piiosea,jurs bouiewurd  bound trout Australia to London, und  never came to port, This decision  odici;,l.y sutila the tV.ta of the vontnn,  and oai! 01 the most iaimediute re-  suits will bi tho settlement 01 underwriting cums, amounting in ait to  about .^l,iJJl),0OJ. Ill" WnrutulJ wtiA u  now llritislvbuilt vessel ol 10,0i)0 tons,  una bu.i on bout'., 'iw p stoj.ia, inctuo.  ing tho crew, Sue w..s spoAon uy tin-  otnor vessel the uay iJtjr leuving Dur-  ban, una re.purtnu ul woll. She was  /lever seen ���������vgain. No wroc.u.ge 01  any kind has b.'on tibicovcriid, and it  thrnu months' sourch by tne steumer  S..bino over and tiroiuid the Witratuh's  route rev.-'i.led no indicntion whuUver  of thu vessel's ia'.o,  Mersly a 8ugo������������*lon.  Winn of rich mnn oft iwmlmt u������.,,  If In our ffrnvwi wp'iI ii������h������ eom'ant,  Wn ������hn 11 id tn dylnit leave behind un  Ifor lieln and lawyms-nm a vent.  ���������.Inrlro's la*- ~*  * + *** + ** * *eeeeaeea  #  *  a  a  #  *  #  *  #  a  *  #  #  #  ������  #  ������  The heiiHliy child is nlwnyw a  linp/iy child, All ltn little  troubles vanish when its food  digests nroporly und It in free  from ehildbdi ailiiientH, Most  of these niliiioiits como from  Ktomiich or bowel troubles,  colds, feverlHliness, teething uud  wornm. Unity's ,Own Tithlets  promptly euro all tlienn trou-  Itles and kenp little oiien well,  Mrs. W. 0, Martin, Hiivenscliffe,  ({ue,, says; "J have used llaby's  Own Tablets in my lioine for  Ihe past four years, mul since  using them lilj little ones Jiuj'o  enjoyed the bent ol health. I  can recommend them to every  mothor ns 11 nun* cure for the  Utile trouble** of childhood,"  Suld by medicine dealer* or by  mail at 35 cents 11 box from  The Dr. Williams* Medicine Co.,  llrockville, Out.  SOKtlCHT  THIS IS IT!  The soap that saves  you work, and saves  you money without Injury  to hands or  article.  Sunlight Soap1  turns wash-  tub   drudgery  Into   pleasure.  Getabar of Sunlight  to-day and try.  Didn't Believe in Separation  Magistrate���������"You sny you were  driven to steal from want. But why  did you take all the pigs out of the  sty?"  Prisoner���������-"Well, you sec, sir, after I  had taken one he missed his companion; so I took another to keep him  company, and the one that was left  seemed all forlorn  by hinne', so  1  I took  pity on  him and  brought him  I also!"  \ ���������    Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper  "How is your rich uncle, Tommy?"  "Very ill.   I'm afraid he won't last  long."'  "Then you can lend me thc    ten  dollars I asked you for last week."  ���������Many mothers have reason to bless  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,  beeaus? it has relieved the little ones  of suffering and made them healthy.  In a timber yard two workmen wer*  carrying a large piece of wood, when  the manager, who hepp nod to come  up at the time, accosted one of them.  "���������toe," si.id he, "you've got that batten  unon the wrong sbould'r." "I know-  that," was the ready reply. "It should  be upon yours!"  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Colas,  &.c.  in the  West  End���������Do  you  brieve  princinle that money talk ?  Murriwhill���������Well, it s- ys good-bye  to me frequently.���������Town Topics,  "I r'itln't see you at school last Snb-  hr.th." snid the cood man. "Didn't  you?" renlied little Johnny. "Well,  you needn't, think you're so blamed  s'-nurt on that account. There was a  whole lot more people didn't see me  there either."  ******** * * ********  ******** * * ********  Ailments of Men  Happily Overcome  SUCCESSFULLY  TRIED   BY  MANY.  #  #  *  *  #  *  ������  #  *  ^-.TlntLoubtedlv .the following pr*  scription will work wonders for  that great class of men who,  throuch dissipation of their natural strength, find themselves in  their "second childhood" long  before the t^r^e score and ten  allotted to life's pleasurss and  enjoyments ore reached.  It is presumed -to be infallible,  and  highly efficient in  quickly  restoring in   "nervous   exhaus-*  tion," week vitality, melancholia  and the functions.  First get fifty cents' worth of  compound fluid balmwort in a  one-ounce package, and threo  ounces syrup sarsaparilla compound; take home, mix and let  stand two hours; then got ono  ounce compound essence cardiol  and ono ounce tincture, cadomene  compound (not cardamom). Mix  all in n six or eight ounce bottle,  shake well, and tako one tea.  spoonful after each meal and  one when retiring followed by a  drink of water.  Ry mixing it nt home no mnn  need be tho wiser ns to. another's  shortcomings, and expensive fees  nr������ avoided,  Lack of poise nnd equilibrium  in men is n constant source of  Ptnhnrfi'ssinent. <,v*,n when the  public loftfit expects it, For the  benefit of thoso who want a re.  ptorp.tion to full, hounding  health, and nil the hnnpinePB no-  conmnnyins it, thn above homo  treatment is given. It contains  no onint������8 or habit-forming  drugs whatever. Mix It. nt home  and nn one will bo the wiser ns  to your affliction,  "Sir, I am looking for a little succor."  "Do I look like one?"  A Little Cold.  He caught a little cold���������  That was all.  So the neighbors sadly said,  As they guthered round his bed.  When they heard that he was dead.  He caught a little cold���������  That wus all. ���������(Puck).  Neglect of a cough or a cold often  leads to serious trouble. To break up*  a cold in twenty-four hours and cure  any cough that is curable, mix two  ounces of Glycerine, a half ounce of  Virtriu Oil of Pine, compound pure and  eictit ounces of pure Whiskey. Take a  teaspoonful every four hours. You can  buy these at any good drug store and  easily mix tbem in a large bottle.  The Hon. and Rev. ,lohn Horatio  Nelson, formerly rector, of Sbaw-cum-  Donnington, Newbury, celebrated his  eighty-fifth birthday recently. His  elder brother, Earl Nelson, is eigthy-  seven, and his younger brother. Rear-  Admiral Maurice Horatio Nelson,  seventy-seven.  Garden Freshness of "SALADA"  Fresh and fragrant from the gardens of the finest tea-  producing country in the world. Ask your grocer for  a package to-day������������������you'll like it  ��������� Black, Mixed and Natural Green, 40c, 50c, 60c and 70c per lb. ���������**  MADE IN.  CANADA-  A pure Fruit Jelly Powder���������Just the  fltwjl pure Calves Foot Jelly Savored  only by tbe pure fruit  Pure Gold Jelly Powders  _(Trtto M������rk Re<l������tertd)  "     Ofiefyott"BeiterQuiility"'Oathetable���������t������wi)rl������ln-the kitchsaj-c  Our Book of Keclpe* Sent Free    !  Let uf tend you our v������lu������b'e Utile book "Tbe -���������   '  Secret ol Delldoui DeiKtts." lt lelli you bovr      i ~  to make any number ol dainty deiiertt and delldoui uladi in very little time aod almoit no  trouble at all.  Pure Gold Mfg. Co., Limited  Toronto  __      56*  CaaiplM on R<qu������t .  Send ui 10c in itimpi to pay pack,  int and poitate and letui fend yon  generotii latnplei of our Vanilla  and Umon Extract! and a "mill can  of Baking povder. Mention your  own aud deiler'i name aud add feu.  ********   **********  A young Irishman lived at some diH-  tancn from his bride-elect. On the  eventful dey lie net oft for the it/ttinn  in good time, but being delaved by  friends !i<- missed the train. Then lm  bethought himself of the toloenipli.  "Don't ninny til! I come-William I"  wim the iiioHsiigo ho wired,  Solomon wiih in despair,  "My wives gave me' H"ven hundred  nninplort to mutch on my wny downtown thin morning," lie cried,  Herewith ho became color blind.���������  New York Sun.  The Hull I'up���������"How did you lone  your tall, old mini?"  The Yellow Cur���������"In n trolly nccl.  dent."  The Hull Pup-" Uo you in Inn It  fimeliP"  The Yellow ('ur���������"Not ntt much ns  the hnyu do who umjcj to tie tin ciiiih  to it."  "Ynu have naved mv life!" naitl the  1  i*ou  ti, .trot, vuu  In  I)OI)l)S\  KIDNEYS  7   PILLS J.-,  Tourist���������Do you know whether I'm  right for Ptrutford-iin-AvnnP  I   Runtic nilent,  '   TV"**!"*)   '���������..iiciMirnntnelv^���������Stratford���������  I HhnkoHpenre'n   country.     You   know  Mlrtkrr.pl'.tu ���������'  Rustic  (hri'jhteriing)-Yu������; be you  her���������Tit-mtt. '  SPOHNS"  As this very remarkable preparation Is now  called, Is tho gi-enuwt Constitutional Uemedjr  evor known for Brood Mates, Colt*, Stallion*  atitt all other horses: also Dlstempor among  Pogs and Sheep, Thin compound Is ipade 01  tho purest InnredlentH and not an atom of  poisonous or Injurious nature enters Into lt>  cemnosltlon, Many poraon* nro, now taking  SPOHN'S for La Grippe, Colds. Couffhs, Klfl-  ncy Trouble etc., and tt to always sate, It  expels the Disease Qerms from the body!  acts directly on tho Blood and Glands.  SPOHN'S Is now soM by nearly every drutr-  gist nnd harness dealer In the land, and any  can sret It for you, Fifty centa and fl.OO *  bottle, and 18.00 and $11.00 the do-son,  Heoord of Annual Sales.  1st Tear      1,053 Dottles Bolfl  Snd Year      -4,364       " "  8rd Year ,.,     0,258       " ���������'  <th Yonr   19,150       " "  Sth Year   40,28*       ". ������  fltl) Year .,  72,380       " ������������������  7th Year  100,53a       ������ ���������������  8th Year  124,500       " "  Oth Year  172,485      ������ "  10th Year  221,780      ������ ������������������  11th Year 287,020      " ������  12th Year 878,98a      " "  18th Year  ,...508,720      " *'  14th Year  548,280      " ������  15th Year  007,854      " "  Send for otir Booklet of twelvo irood reolpM  for family and stook medlolnes, FUKB,  DIslrlb'ulors  All Wholesale Druoolsfs  Spohn Medical Co.  CHEMISTS AND BACTCRIOLO0ISTS  GOSHEN, INDIANA, U. S. At  1. a I 1     V^ x ** "    r P  r-N7   r,    0'V.������r  'Mm. ti  ���������>  '  Mother���������Why, Kthol, you mutttn't  lw nnd on your blrlhduy,   What in It?  Win'.-  v>, ... ������..nut.,,'.. ..   ...,,..'.:. .v'  month, mid then he'll lie n year older  than ne* inruin, and I've tried no hard  to catch up with him.  Her Curatr  "A* I iiiiderMtnnil it tliey hnve lout,  their money, bnt nil of tlw rUuahtor*  jure utile in i-nrii ih.ir own livimi t,i\\o.  I one who in mont idle nml lnconi|K)ttint.  , Wliut "ill fi.-eoni.. of h.-r*"  "Blie'll linvi* lo ir.t mnrried."���������Th������  Houw^eepi-r,  Juit One Short  Hhe ������������ke<l him if he wn* thn photo-  gtaiiher.   H*1 ������*i<l he ���������*���������������  She ������������kw| Itim if he took children'*  pietnren.   Me mnet h������* il������������i,  She nabi-it hlm how much he ehara-  ed.   He i*nid, "t'our <l������i!!itrs n, down."  "Tlvti I'll hm*- \o go nomewhere  i>1������," #lw- i**������������IM; "I only h*v������  eleven."���������Hucctttt.  '  FOR SUCCESS ON BAKING DAY  USE  OGILVIE'S  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD  FLOUR  IT  ALV7AYS GIVES SATISFACTION  ���������me. oottv:! rtouR miixs coupamv, limited  VmsHltno FORT WILLIAM MOMTRtAL  n B:j������-g:tw?������j������������l������l^'������^  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  '1  ��������� okkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk  HOW THE  PRINCE CAME  Jim W.de Feared He Would  Lo������e Hit Daughter,  and He Did.  By  CLARISSA   MACKIE.  Copyright, 1909. by American Press  Aasiieialjim.  Jim Wmle shaded Ins eyes with one  broad Imiid uud looked over It is rich  tields ripe for the harvest, As tur us the  eye could nee from |tl.x point of vantage on the raiicli house steps tbe land  wus Ills tiwtt.  Because Molly Wade was bis only  child.'Jim, watching her grow tip from  a motherless girlhood, wus full of  fears and apprehensions for her future. The best in tlie world wns noue  Ion good for Molly, and* so away to  school Molly went, a iul when she came  buck, unchanged, unspoiled, be wus  thankful.  She fame buck us simple hearted  aud homo loving as when sbe had  taken her tearful farewell of hint. The  eo called broader life tor women had  no ul true t Um for Molly Wade. She  was first and last a home lover���������a  bomeinaker.  Jim sighed even then us he watched  ber directing the affairs of the house  they occupied.    Almost any day now  some   huiidsoine   young   mini    might  .come tilting uud rob Ills nest of its oue  'bil'illlug.   And each morning he looked  Beurehlngly  into  lier clear  blue eyes  seeking some change Unit  might  tell  bim of tbe threatened invasion of her  "heart, for suitors there were in plenty  .at the Wade ranch.  This .'morning Molly dashed around  from the corral ou lier little black mare  Daisy.  '���������Where now, honey?" asked Jim.  '    "A  ride in the corn,  fat Der.   Cau't  'you   come,  dear?"    Mollys   Hair   was  like ripened  com  silk, and  Der eyes  were as blue as tlie sky overhead   The  black of her bat made a frame for Uer  udelh-ate HklriUiJiiU'tl  with  bloom  and  lireet tne to Wade's place, or Is It pos-  Rible you are lost too?"  Molly smiled and shook her bead. "I  can show you the wa.\ easily. 1 am  Mr. Wade's daughter." she explained  over her shoulder as tite little mare  walked on.  The strnuger turned his horse into  tbe aisle behind Molly aiid followed  close hi her wake.  "M.v mi uie is Norton Scott Norton,*'  lie said ufier a little pause. "I'm looking for work In the liekks, 1 wus told  Mr. Wade needed help."  "Ue does.*' assented Molly eagerly.  "They want to make crop before the  'JUtli. and fill her was whihiug this  uiuniing for half it dozen extra men."  "I am very glad." said Norton.  Something In the tone ot Ills voice  thrilled Molly's tender heart. She  knew as plainly as if he had told ber  iu so many words that he hud been in  hard luck and that he had traveled a  long distance lu search of this job.  The iiti.si>ral)le beast he rode was a  scarecrow, 'probably purchased with  bis last penny,  Tbey came to the edge of tbe cornfield and emerged Iuto-a well beaten  road bordered on either side liy corn.  "I misstd this mud somehow." suld  Norton, riding abreast of Molly. "It  must be well on to noon. Isn't it?"  liis lack of a watch deterred Molly  from looking ut her own little timepiece. She glanced up ut the sun with  a delightful knitting of her pretty  brows.  "Dear me. It Is late! We must hurry!" she said.  Behind them came the shriek of a  siren and the distant hum ot a speeding motorcar. Molly had barely time  to urge her mare to the edge of the  corn when Tier eyes caught a horrified  glimpse of the stranger's balky horse  rigid iu the path ot the speeding vehicle  There was a warning shout, a queer  crashing thud and a cloud of dust.  Theu Molly found herself kneeling beside the prosirale stranger, while an  excited aiitomobillst borrowed her revolver to still the agony of the injured  horse.  The party of men carried the unconscious form of their victim to the .un-  Injured car, and it was Molly Wade,  white lipped and trembling.' who took  a place lu the tonnenu and supported  the uuiet  head  against   her shoulder.  This Phenomenon of Nature Is a  Puzzle to Science.  THE  THEORY   OF   THUNDER.  In ��������� General Way It Is Understood)  but. as a Matter of Fact, th* Bolt  From tha Storm In Its Erratio Tend-  ���������neita Defies th* Investigator,  In a general way we understand ths  theory of thunderstorms. Aa a matter uf fact, there is uo phenomenon  of nttture. but excepting even eurtb-  quakes, of which we know so little.  Mau-made lightutug���������that Is. electricity of the highest power, which  we can artificially produce���������will act  according to certain knowu laws. It  will, for Instance, travel along a conductor of metal.  But a  flash of  lightning  will frequent leap from a well defined metal  path and launch Itself through tbe air !  or some adjacent object wblcb Is an  iutiultely poorer conductor.  This may be due to the almost Inconceivable force of a tlasb of lightuiug, says a writer tu I'earsou's Weekly. It is estimated that a (lash of  ligbtning a (pile long represents a  pressure of discharge equal to 3.U00,-  000.000 volts.  As such a dash lasts only about tba  thousandth part ot a second the energy dissipated by rhe discbarge Is  equal to 300.000 horseiwwer. Put ln  other words, lf we could find some  means of saving aud using lightning  we should be thev) richer by a good  round sum for every flash.  Lightning Is. as we know, usually  oceouipauied by a peal of thunder,  which is louder the nearer tbe heater  is lo the point of the discbarge, uut  this js not an invariable rule. Timo  are cases on record of most destructive lightning flashes which were unaccompanied by sound.  Such a phenomenon occurred nt Bradford some years ago. What is described as "a silent thunderbolt" tell  Ui a graveyard, destroying oue monument and smashing to atoms nearly  ���������wanned by tlie siin: Slender and lithe,  she swayed In the saddle with a grace  that was only equaled by her dauciug.  **Sorry. honey, but It's pay day. you  know. The old man's got lo stay home  and work this morning. Don't go too  fur.  And got your gun bandy?"  Molly putted tlie bell ut her trim  wuist. where u small revolver gleamed  in the holster, "ltlglu here. dud. I'll  be home iu time for dinner   So long!"  "Won't, let any fairy princes ruu  away with you. daughter." admonish-  ed .llm. "Vou know I worry a lot  nbout that prince that's coining aftet  my ���������'little gal some day." There wus  more gravity than fun In Jim's voice,  and Molly felt that this old. old jest  between them was becoming a serious  mutter to her father  She urged Daisy to tlie foot of the  steps uud lllcked her father llgl/ly ou  the shoulder with her whip. "Hud,  dear, 1 really believe you are worried.  I've never even seen the ninn���������or  prince���������I'd leave you for. There, are  yoy sutlsiled?" lie leaned down and  kissed lier lovely, laughing face, nnd a  wai'iii smile lighted Ills grim tent tires.  "Hod bless ynu, darling, I waul you  to he liuppy, but I hope It will be ninny  a day before the prince does como.  I'm ii sellish oltl Lii'tne. eh?"  "Not it bit, dull. And when he does  come we'll set lilm in work In the  ileitis uud live right along with you,"  Willi a laughing, buckwurd glance.  Molly rode nwa.v toward the Ileitis of  'tall eni'ii that luul imi yet fallen prey  tu the snapping i-oii|ici'H,  A cliiiUHUiid acres of mm whispering in the wind! It wus like u illicit  forest,.lliniiglit Molly, us Daisy thread-  eii lier way daintily tlii'oiigh the tali  Mtulkx,  Oveilieud (lie yellowed letivi'H rtiHtlod  crisply, tin either Hide lliey rein-hod  long, Muttering lingers to brush Molly's  rose leaf filet1 nl' lo iniieli a lock of her  soft liulr Her eyes grew dreamy an  she INiencd lo the whispering, umi a  look "'nine Into tier hue-ii look thut  her father hud never seen  Molly luul hml Her dny dri'iium-ln  deed, she hud drciiuieil ot n lover who  I'll UU* nut of ll riiselliilllllg world of  which Hhe hud euuglil il mere glimpse  In bet sehool days. The prluee who  would eoine und elullti lier one till,)  would come spinning down llie Hinie  road In a nmloi'i'iir Handsome lie  would In* nud merry nnd rollicking ns  ao ninny ot tin wo guy uiitoiiiolilllHts up-  peilletl to be,  Km when It eiiiiie to the wi-t'iieli of  purling wllh liei deal' tut lier Molly's  tii'euin always changed lo one where  the dashing umloiis, I line ctiitiiuii'od  ot furin life uud elected to settle down  Hi   u.iiU'* ion. ii mi u nu iii.>r,  ...... >i  liuV't* I'i'tt i-nr Ktiibli'il mimiM?. ibe tturwoH  All nt once Molly drew rein umi listened lo n sound oilier (bun Hie High*,  Ing of the corn, There was Mut thud,  thud, ot IioiiIh m mioilier aisle near by  l'erluiiw li was her fin lier. or, nt nn.v  title, II noun) In- .iln-nl ).i>- iiivii >>>...>  till* niliell  ���������'lli'llo!" ciilleil Molly i������ii|s|eiil|y.  "Hello!" ciime buck In u mini's deep  Tolec  An Hie mflii lifted IiIh buffered Mt  hat Molly rwillKMl Mint he wiih a Htrnii-  per, umi her ih**ek* grew warm under  tlic guw* of His ilnrli eyes III* wan  very ���������.���������nod to look upon, young and  Untight nnd Kfrmiir, with sun browned  face nml chestnut hnlr. HI* bine Annuel shirt wan t*\**n tt tin* ibnmxt, and  tlu* shin Mow th* collar was smooth  nnd white Kmm the saddle bow  atrnna it linndlt* milatt in a MJinkef.  "I not ntnitd t're Umt mr *���������������*���������,"  MM lit* atrnntm plwwinfljr "Vre  horn wnnderln* In tbla mronrid f������t  lb* list three nonta. Vrtbn,ta y������u cuu  To her It seemed as If she was his only  friend iu nu inhospitable laud, one of  the men awkwardly rode the mare In  the rear of the car, and slowly they  trailed through rhe dust toward the  wide gate of the ranch  .Iim Wade, sitting on the wide por<*h,  reading u newspaper, saw them corning, a strange procession. The sight  of n stranger riding Daisy was like a  knife thrust In Ins heart, and. when  the machine stopped ut the steps he  could barely tiiaUe his way to the  ground nnd assure himself that Molly  was safe and sound,  His daughter's voice cut into tbe  noisy explanations of the men.  "This man wus on his wny to the  ranch looking for work, father, when  he was struck. He must need medical  attentlou. I think he Is recovering  consciousness, If you will take blm  Into iliti house 1 will telephone to Dr.  Ackllu."  It wiih the work of an Instant for  the five men to Improvise u litter nud  carry the stranger Into the house nud  deposit hlm on Jim Wnde'������ own bed.  .11 in Wade liluiselJ applied res to rut Ives  und uumuiiiccd tlmi the mini hud suf  fered no Injury beyond n broken arm  nud severe shock He detained llie  iiiitbinoblllsts, However, until-'Ibe ar  rival of,, the doctor.  Molly did nol appetir ut dinner where  the four strangers Joined Her father.  She hud Heiit ilaniiiih, the servant, to  the sick eliiiiuher to iiwuli the arrival  of tlie doctor while she tool; the do*  luestlc's place lu the kitchen.  Dr. Aekllli continued .Mm Wmle's  estimation of the injuries to Seoit Nor*  ton���������ii budly fi'iii'itircd nrin und ii severe slinking up Six weeks' aniline-  meut uud rest for the llrst nud quiet  nud repose for fhe lust. Tin* inoior  purty iiiiide up ii purse for the victim,  which Jim Wuile promptly returned to  thuiu.  "HP's our friend." he snld, with dig  nlty. "Any one Unit cuiiioh to my door  In trouble uud needs me Is in,v friend.  I look mil for my Mends. Take u les*  son, gent lemon-go slow; go nlowl"  They dopiirled, Hiihcrcd by ttit* experience, while IJiinimli wiih IiihuiIIihI us  head nurse in the sh li Hwuibi-r und  Molly UHHiiineif Hie woman's duties iu  Ihe kllclmu. Laic Hun ('veiling hIio re-  lilted the lueiileiil lo UPr tut Her. i.nd oh  he noietl Hie new llghl III bur eyes IiIh  lieurt grew troubled  "I-Hie fellow eiun be n prince In  dlsgui'c, Molly, 1 won't hnve it no!"  lie blurted out  "Why, dud!" blushed Molly, "Wo  don't know Mr Normii, nud, anyway,  princes eoine lu clinches uud In Hpleu-  did inotoreiirH.  with gorgeous Hollies  ���������������������������I                ������         '{      1                ' '   ,   ���������           ' '  .' '      t..      r,  *���������������.  * !!<-,,      ������,.',*  I     I" ',       ������ ,-.  '   Holds  innl   rule- oh.  such  n   horrible  horse, fnilier.  I'm glint the poor bunst  Ih ili'iifi"  And with Hie change of subject Jim  hnd io he Hiiilsllud  ���������������������������������������������������������  ..        ,  , .   }... t  .\v^vi,,..-,.'.v   ,..,--��������������� ���������'.''.    .-���������.......'-.    ������������������  .*,-���������-������  Molly preparing tor her wedding.  Kent I Norton hud recovered, lieeii tried  and found lo be the right mun wanted  by Jim Wnde lo assist lu Hie ommige-  meut of the ruiicfi. lie Iind no people*  nml no tunne. and he euine to ioiiikI  onr tlie frtrnlly ArAe nt fhe mnrh.  ������������������Ho ymi are Molly's prince." wild Jim  Wnde, with tetin* in tits syps; "nn  American prlti'*, I take If, l������#*aos������  yon Just enme along wtisn yon w������r#  nce������1eil. I tiwl yon. Hnd-Mnlijr n������������d������  you to make her hippy "  "\ need yen hoth." snld Norton, wlttl  atnrtrtt'n "I am a a**rrf r-rlnco. ���������������#������������������������  heart," fi# aald. IrlMfnff Molly's brtfbt  tare, en nenr hl������ own.  ������a tirtnce in dlngtUw," mbtapereA  Mtt'dy.  levenf^giass casescou"fa*inTugwTeltlf  aud Mowers.  in tbe same summer Swatisconilic.  tn Kent, was terrified by a freak of  lightning. All of a siiddeD "a groit  mass of blue Are" swept along the  street, and nest moment It was seen  that tbe One old parish church, built  nearly 700 years ago. bad been struck.  The building, with all its fine old  carved oak, was soon a roaring furnace, nnd only a part of the chancel  was saved.  Scientists are still hopelessly at sea  ns to the cause of that peculiar phenomenon known as globe lightning." At  Coventry some years ugo during a violent thunderstorm It passed along a  street like u soap bubble built of blue  Ure nnd drifted into a shed, whure it  exploded, blowing tbe roof off tho  place.  At Rhelms, In France, n similar Ore  ball came into a cobbler's shop  through the opeu window. The solitary occupant of the piticp sni perfectly still, puralysicd with terror, while  his tearful visitant bovered for sever-  ul seconds overhead Then It moved  townrd the flreplnce and presently  passed up the chimney,  Next iiiomeiii there wns nn explosion like a shell bursting, and tIn* upper pari ot the chimney came ci'uslilng  down.  Not long ngo Count 0. Hamilton  mndo a record of a similar frciik of  electricity. He wns sitting nt dinner  nt a hoiiHP on Lake Wcner, in Sweden,  when Just after a vivid llusli of lightning a hi'lllluui white bull iippc-ircd  over Hip table und after bunging poised  there for some seconds weni ofT wltb  with it loud imng,  Foi'tuiiiitPly ll did no burnt to nny  FINE TOILET TIPS.  Creams   and   Lotions   That   May   Be  Made at Home.  Any girl can have the very best toilet articles if she will make them ber- j  ���������j ceif.  aud  many of tbem offered  for  j sale  at  tbe stores   will   often  do  a  permanent injury  to a delicate skin.  Should a lotion be needed for perspiration stir one ounce of hydrate of chloral in one pint ot soft boiled water  and keep in a bottle.   Apply with soft  old linen aud allow tbe lotion to dry  on the sklu.    To keep the bauds in  good conditlou have a preparation of  vinegar aud corn meal ready for use.  and after washing clothes or doing any-  work that soils the bands wash them  in warm suds, rub the hands well with  the cornmeal  mixture, then dry and  rub a tew drops of bouey and water  well into the skin.    An excellent and  safe face powder is made by sifting  half  a   pound  of  pure   rice  powder  eight or ten times und then adding a  few drops of oil of rose und a little  carmine if yon want tbe powder tint  ed.   One of tbe best cucumbercreiim'  is made by cutting up two larg  cumbers iuto half a cupful ot w  and allowing them to simmer for hall  ud hour; theu strain, add a cupful of  boiling water, ten grains of powdered  borax and enough tincture of benzoin  to make the water look milky and bottle when cool.   The sklu may be. kept  in fine condition by usiug a little borax  in the water every time the face uud  hands ure washed and then rubbing  this lotion well into the skin.   An excellent fluid for keeping the scalp clean  and free froi'u dandruff is made with  half a teuspoonful of the bornx powder,  a  small  pierce of gum camphor  aud half tt pint of soft water, and one  of the best and safest washes for the  mouth and teeth  is made by addiitg  oue ounce of the powder to one pint  of boiling water and then before it is  cold adding half a teaspoonful of spirits of camphor.   The hair tonic should  be rubbed well into the scalp once a  week.   About two teaspoonfuls of tbe  mouth wash in half a glass of water  is the proper proportion, and 4he fluid  whitens the teeth and keeps tbe gums  lh a heultby condition..  Jack Horner Pie For Bridal Luncheon.  Done In  white crape paper ls  this  Jack Horner pie iu tbe form of a shoe.  It is designed for a bridal luncheon, as  DROPS OF WATER.  Thrown   Upon  a   Radhot  Stove, They  Will  Never Touch  It  It is Inqiossibie to throw a few drops  of water on a red hot stove.    The water tan never touch the stove at all.  What is seeu is a few drops rolling  rapltjly   over   the   surface,   gradually  getting smaller  until tbey disappear, j  If the drops are on a perfectly level  plttt-e on*- can see under them to the |  other side nt the room, tbus proving '  that lliey are not tn contact wltb the  stove llsclt.  What actually happens ts that tbe  bottom of tht* drop changes at once to  steam or vapor on coming close to tbe  hot surfat-e. and this vapur is supplied  by Uie drop us it gradually goes away.  So the drop rests on a cushion ot va-  |sir until It is entirely dissipated. This  state of water ts known us the spheroidal suile anil is of interest simply on  account ot its peculiarity and seemingly paradoxlnti behavior.  The mason why the drop is not lm-  metllaiely evaporated or changed to  steam Is also very Interesting. The  water vnpoi that Intervenes between  us under siirfm-e mid the retlhol stove  is tt very but) conductor ot heat, and  i-oiiseqiit'iitl.v the lull intensity ot the  heat can not tifi to the witter Itself,  only tli.' amount transmitted through  the vapor being available for this purpose.���������S-. Louis Republic.  ENGLISH COUNTRY  BANKS.  It Takes Strong Iron Bart to Win the  Depositors' Confidence.  iturai customers attach great importance in' the bank's out ward appearance. A thrifty tradesman having  opened u deposit m-coimt with a bank  distant scone iiitrty miles froth bis  home, the cashier uud the curiosity to  ask why he traveled so far wheu tuere  was a brunch of the sutne bauk almost  at Ins door The depositor smiled  knowingly and replied, "1 lodged opposite here ull the time while this  bank was beiug built, so 1 know it's  safe." Balance sheets to the rustle  are a meaningless and arbitrary arrangement ot figures, iron bars he  understands.    s  in u city Ih tbe nortb ot England  there Is a buub widely known for the  ftrtistlc-oierit���������of-lts"doors:���������Designedly au eminent sculptor, they are ex-  ecuteti in relief in copper or bronze  nud appear to represent tableaux from  "Aesop's Fables" aud Greek history.  About u week after they were unveiled au old man who had been a depositor for many years withdrew tils  balance aud took It to a rival bank almost opposite. Questioned as to his  reason for changing, be replied: "1  don't hold wi' them doors ot theirs.  Punched tin ain't businesslike, ami It  nln't safe."-London Saturday Review  LISTENTOTHE BELLS  The Finest Collsction Owned by  an Englishwoman.  OF INTEREST TO HOUSEWIVES  Many Lands and Ages Represented In  it���������Curious Specimens of the Middle  Ages���������Bells For, Shoes Among Them.  Ancient and Modern Devices.  An Englishwoman has the finest  known collection of hand bells. She  has specimens of foreign bells from all  over the world, as well as antique  British bells.  Tbe bells range In size from an old  English pack horse bell, which weighs  five |tounds. to the tiny bells wOrn on  shoes centuries ago. There is au eccle-  Biustlcul bell of very early date with a  fleur-de-lis pattern on it.  Other'specimens are an apostle bell,  which bears the faces and emblems of  lie evangelists, and two china bells of  lie Georgian period, one formedof a  the orango blossom decoration shows.  The gifts are attached to the ribbons  and may be us costly as the bride can  afford, Clever bride and groom place  cards nre seeu down by the heel,  LABOR LIFTS.  Cronm cheese mixed with ennned  currants or Jellied cranberries innkcis  a good Hiiiidwlel) filling  Small cold cream Jars nud the llko,  If scalded, nuilti* exceileni contuluel's  for Jelly which ut some time or other  you will desire to pluco in a lunch  bnskct.  If you nre beginning to have trouble  wllh your feet, balhe iliein often, powder thein freely, rub alcohol on thom  occasionally. (Jive Ui.i'iu careful intention until you discover the sort of  treatment lliey respond to.  Never remove a child from Its bed  ut night uud curry it about llie room  , boi'iuiHo ll cries, for, besides being ti  oiw. although  it  was qullc close to, ,m(,  |ml)(ti ���������,,��������� ,H UMy t0 Rlvp ���������lt,  several people.   Those who hiiw II mig. | oJlf|(| ��������� (.���������|(I, ,������������������] if ��������� (.|,||(J Onoe knows  posted ll was like a bull of cold Unlit  nlng.  In November, IIK)2. Sydney, Australia, wns vlsliod by a icrrlfle dint  dtorin. In the midst of which n period  ruin of electric tl e bullH begun in full,  These mm tire lo ii number of bonnes,  und n moHl appalling pnulc *et In. A  cry wiih raised Hint Hie end nf the  world was at Hnnd. nod people niHlied  mil or ilielr Iioiihch Into the Ink bluck,!  dusi deep sireelH, j  Ihe most miming nml terrifying  ilinpluyH of the power of lightning nre  seen on mountains, in imihi ii purty  wiih on Hip top of n niouniitln In tho  It will be allowed to get up If It cries  pence will bo banished from the hod-  room.  The purple stntns caused by handling n typo writer ribbon mny bo removed from the hand* with a cloth  wet wllli pure alcohol. This I rear ment  saves llie necessity of a prolonged  Kerubblng und Ih for lens Injurious to  (U'llcnto lingers Whnt n comfort this  knowledge will be to the stenographer whose ribbon must always he  rhuiiged Juki about the end of the dny!  Vou do not have to rip the garment  lo be dyed, except In Hie ciihc of lined  A Perfect Disguise,  Frank Lockwoods baiiier was excellent uud always good humored. I  recollect hlm cross examining a de-  teethe ui a divorce case, suys a writer  in London M. A. I'. The witness was  dressed In well cut broadcloth: he was  portly; a massive gold chain and seals  bung from his fob; he might huve puss-  ed for u country bunker or solicitor ot  the old style.  Sir Frank (very polltelyi���������I believe  you ure a member ot the eminent tirm  of detectives, Messrs, Blnter iV Co.?  Witness-Ves, sir; 1 represent thnt  (Irui.  Sir Frank-Ami. I presume. In the  course of .vour professional duties you  have lo assume uiaiiy disguises?  Witness- Yes, sir.  Sir FnifiK-l'rny, may I nsk you  wliai you ure disguised as now?  Turner W������������ Gruff,  The greul nriist Turner Is snld to  tin ve been peculiar In IiIh way ol sell  iug his pictures Al titties nothing  could induce him io part wllh one ol  them, ami ill other times he would re  oi'lvp a customer wiih the greatest al  liibllliy ot voice nnd iimnticr und t-eml  Ily settle iipon die sum lo be paid foi  olio of his treasures.   On one -nsloti  when he wus ottered II.immi apiece toi  some old Kkcioh books lie iiirneii them  over leaf hy lent before the cjos ol  the would lie purchaser, Hii.Mug, "Wen  would you roiill*. like to Imve iliciu'r*'  I'lteii. jtiMi us the mini pi-oiroilcd lo  lake possession of the hooks, turner  with a laiiiiillr.liiK "I dure sny yon  would!" suddenly thrum lliem Into a  drawer innl turned the key In the melt  leaving tlie customer dumb with in  dlghiitloti.  APOSTLE BELL.  droll figure ln a fool's cap witb hunting scenes on tbe skirt of bis gown,  the other a spectacled man in tall cup  with a very long forefinger touching  his chin. ; ' , _���������     j_^_ '_   ^"XnTpzabethiin "Bell shows a female"  figure in a Medici Collar and a wonder?  fully fitted bodice with a basque.   Tlw  bell portion, which forms the skirt, ls  engraved in a conventional pattern.  There are models far more interesting than, the English bells In this col-  lection, which will doubtless some duy  be placed In an English. ��������� museum.'  There are bells from Rome which were  found in tbe Forum. Ono is of silver,  worked In flsh scale pattern, and Is  over n thousand years old; another Is  also of silver and has on it a represen-  *n(Ion of Romulus und Remus und the  wolf.  There Is n bell from a temple near  Lnssn. It Is of copper lululd with  gold and Is of great antiquity. A bell  from India Is bf silver luttlcework and  is snld to be the only ono of Its kind  In existence   It was found in Benin,  Thero Is a Rinmese bell In tlio form  of a dunclug girl enameled ln green  CHINA  IIIXI. UP OKOIIOIAN I'Kllllltl,  iiiil gold which wiih one of those used  !or 'Wicr during (lie French Invasion,  J here Is u Mcdii | l.cll tilth the clown  Cnuensiis when n huge violet hull, wir  rounded by vivid ruys, stmeli u rock j bring to u hull, chimin* the witter sev-  nenr by nnd, exploding like u bomb, '��������� end times ns the old color emues out.  burst liit'i iimnu.   Otto of I lie purty ��������� Hieu.  having  previously brought  the  wan biidlj* hurt. ; dye io n boll In the wash holler, as ill-   ...,..���������    i 1 reeled on Hie piickuge, wring out mul  enn,-, e?tn*.tmt, ' Inioiii'vn   tlie   I'lirmimw   nod   boll   fnr  The secret of milking Wilton cheese l from ilftwn to thirty minutes.   Where  was for some time conllned to the film* |  Ily of the original InveutorH, who were  cutler an engagement to *el\ all lliey j  could   uiilke   to   Hip   filuiruis   Cooper i  Tliornlilll of Rtllton,   Iteing tluin to he j  ,'}'���������!:: ���������'.' ������������������* ,'.'.'���������.' ������������������''���������������������������������������������   !��������� ;��������� ��������� ��������� o ��������� ) ";/.  ilppelliillon  of  Slillon  cheese,  hut  It j  would hnvo been more upproprltitely  minimi   WHicotP cheeso, being fln������t  uiiiiIp In that village, on the enstern  side nt  I.clcpstcrshli'p, nbout thirty  miles from Hilltnn.-l,ondnn fttamlnrd.  Not Up on Slang.  'I'd like to gel a room foi llie night,  coals,   i-laee the clothes ll. cold  ���������nt..r.     tlmwi.Ml   .1 .1   mm.   wm, .he Hi... [ ���������������'������! b������"������ <-' H"'  ...I.e.*, and there  whiskers ami vein.w suiciei, S1"-' '><'<<* fr"i .. u������m of Kgyptlttn  "Ity Jluus. Minions, wnispered the j H'lgs and from Hi" ' M.ilulrsiif faiotuiH  clerk io Hie liciiiiup "an olilie rooms j I'reiielnvniiieii. There ure hundreds  are lllltil, imi we ilmi i wiiiii Hi (lis ;iml hundreds of bells In this collection  courage no* ct'unir,*. piiirmiiige. ������m mUiorcd by one wmium umi shown on  well have in g.te tun. some Kind ot  it   s.aii.  lu,i a,'- ���������;.; .-..,,','. <-t .v.v.j,'.I n.i- if  mark mul llred up ih-imhiiv "N"  yeoii don't!" lie blurted ileiumiiy   "IU  your t'loi li is "UK aud coil on mixed,  use firs! Hie dye for coiton. Ihen Unit  for -Ilk Hlnxc In cold water wring  gently by Imiid nnd Iron before ipillo  ilry Needless to say, hnvo your clothes-  Helping Him,  Mr llnrkwnrrt-TVcli-pr-rw. sines  fou aaa tn#, I wns thlfiktnjr of twtfttlt-  ing a tortnttn t������lli������r Ml" (>r-Tn Hnd  out whom yen win marry. ������ht Mr  HnPkwnrrt-Why-en-yes I- MN*  Cof-XVttf net nan me and tart thn  formnr trtleta ten toward tba prtat et  th* tine*  If overalls become very much soiled  wiih p'.lut, place n pound of mhIsihIii  In n bucket partly filled wlHi ln������l water nml place Uio guriiioui In mid llll  up with water Allow Hits to ri'.mili.  en for, nay. two days, when Hie oven.lis  mny be eiitmln.'d and scraped ut tli"  part most soiled, nnd If it's soft io  the cloth  remove to clenr  water ami  nn -e tnu. nfler which place on u board  | fire iiecastiins in lovers of tlio iinthiuu,  ( w,...(.,.' ,iim  i.e.ul. uu.,  Uorttry Tray  Por D������b*/,  When the bnby tuvi joins the family  crliUeiy. no:    If l vMiutcit io xii>ep .ui fnrty in ihe nursery tabic he l������ usually  a hi ti 11 I'd mopped ai iln* uvery siui.iejjo great  stickler for good  inannorH,  o.i  tin. olllcf i-Klllcl' "- ( liliiiuo .NeWS       l;|n pl'lib* Um note |������i������i������i'.<*it  (if tt Mt������wiit  ��������� '"r tlic iirf. ii.ue in ins life i-j.uscH him  An Intuiting Style. 11' lit-an.llNh it tar und wide rcgiirdlcKH  "01 did not .hum! Hie threats nv him jif the fuel Unit it uiii.v on. be empty,  ns mucb us the iieoiiliii   myit* ..v nm  |,c niso bus a wny of iiauitueriiig on  remarks," said  one   Irmiinuiu  to ate   'lie inhie with It.    Ills i-dhhoi ot tils  I  Tba thtttber ttm trram tba Httar te  ���������ow-Xluno.  other.  "And whrtt dirt he **.yT'  "S\t*n. in- ������������������n.'.* io ni"  'ilognn,' says  hp,  "lis  n  great  notion  (It  hsve  to  jump "ii j nu uni Kin"!; y.iir face Into  ShBJM'!' "  ���������up ami stiiictir, moreover, is purely  tleineiiiiiry. and over both go, il.no  titer loiic, to inir*e������> tlire dlMiess mn|  !!ie general tletmneni of the dean  !un;U, ��������� lit!). i;u-i> mif ti.iit������������������nod  .ill tveliome tiuilur iiichu iircu.n-  nnnciw a s|Mt*lni tn.y. whieh. t llppwt  (imu Hie Isble in from of imlty. will  and Iny the logs lint.   Then wllli clear  watpr and brown sonp and ������ scrub M#r������'e tutfc, Rthetl  bnisb scrub until nil the paint U re* T.tbpi !��������� ������"i **rv hfliidsowi.   Why -I'lnimixe the snd results of energy ntiii  raotcd, Ibougb ������ stain may remain do yon ���������>������it her n tmiier                      i c% nt coniml over nu en<. ami m"**.n  By tbls method the dlrtlpst o?#r������lls, j    "������ihes wsinm tit wow man to rtng Ihe irsy hm intimity ������ rttige and a  some tbnt will statul ahm*. may l.e ber."-H"������o������ Onnecrtpt                      IWigSt .u iln* ������-������k������*. ������������ |.i.i.,u ....i,.r������������  mude *r*rf white, nnd tbe elotb will -                  -                  jiml is si������������ pietoriniir |ium.ru������������i m n  nol rot st ������U   The p^^������������������������ mfty be rt-      H������������l>' *���������������"'"��������� B������������e vtutden fall*      vnj Umi will trrnius t.ti.v * mm** ol  pwttil many Uom*. ' ������**mb Vtuxmu                                 i imurium. it nm mtuuera. i'lia fiainiiBrlaiii ��m
i-l Every Ttu-sdav bv tht*
>r> >x fit Cumberland
*--b ishing   Company.
Tii's? mms;-. ci Jmh^i ;an i�� irrmtor'-c*h:'irtiBi-acr'
, i
I'ui* paper will ii"t hold itself
������-.':.*i*,i<il)le for the opiiiioii<uf ucli-
**(���-, *i.-> iimy appear in 11c> ciiuiiiitj
*   . n time to '.hue.
WOE IM Ckmdi%\     j^afca***^^ ^aaaa^^ ^^ ^^j, Root CofflpoIin��
j!'l*:SDAV,    MaR.   i,    i��io,
Form ot Notice
District of Say wai d
Take notice that The Rat Portage Lumber Company, Limited,
of the city nf Voncouver   in the
Province of   British  Columbia,
occupation,  Lumber    Manufacturers, intend to apply  for permission to purchase   the  following described   laud:���Cominenc
i*'g  at a  post   plauted  on  the
]N'orth-eost coruer  of   Lot 486;
thence South 80 chains, more or
Lss; theu East 30 chains,  moje
ar less; tlience Nortli 80  chrins,
more  or  less;  thence   West 30
chaius, more or less.
Dated this 21st day of Dec 1909
The Kat Portage Lumber Co. Ld.
William Myers,
,   Agent.
Coinox Assessment District.
NOTICE is hereby given, in accordance with the Statutes, that
'Provincial l.lemme Tex, and all
������-S-isaiiSiut'.u.tAiix&s and inm-me tax,
ami Si:Vol Tax assessed  and   le
under the Assessment Act
and amendments, and School Act,
.*i;-e due a>.d payable on tiie 2nd
doy of January, 11)10. All taxes
(.*.tille.c..til'li! lor the Coniox Asscss-
��� uciit Piivriet ere duo and payable
ui my ''oflice, situated at Uie Gov-
I- itiiitiiit Ofliees, Cuniberland.
This notice, in turins ot Lw, is e-
(jnivalont to a personal demand
by me iij:on ull pi;i.'��.,'iis L.iblu fur
tn-: co.
Dated at,   Cumhni'bind,   ]J.   C.
!i'�� Kttli. dny of J-.ij.iiui���)��� 1010.
John  I'nii'd,
))e.r.itv Aftpussiji' and Onlloetoi,
Coinox Assessment.  District
First-Class   Board   by
the day, week or mouth.
Reasonable Rates
The Bar has beeu new
ly  replenished with   the
with the choicest of wines
liquors aud cigars.-
James   Walters,
NOTICE is hereby iL'ivcn that an
ntvplicalion svill be mude m the Le-
nieluUvc Aewmbly of tlic Province
'in I'.riibh Columbia ut its present
.���maiioii for an Aot"to incorporate a
enmpany wbh juiwov to n ild, com
.itrvict, umititiiiii aod o[ ''e <> rail*
W4y ot standard or mirrmv ttuago,
to bo operated by mourn, tiled rid ly,
or other mntiv.- power, fur llie f��ur-
pdrH nf currying pinMmyo f, logs
and nicreluin lino, nv oiilicr, from
M.rdy R<. or Por* Mc.\<dl or
.. ; ;���,: ',-���-..', ���' 'n.'tm ��� 'Hi i \tem. i.r I'cmii*
(,- ������������,* < u.'VC'dtl.t    j l>ili>  lie'lf I l.t; I'i"
1 >,n hi "i'.'.ihi i'(vi��'.. i't Vh. I'onver
i*i.i*',.l tn 0 �����! JI .rim ��� on iht* Wot
:\ in of Iblu i-i - -��s Sound, nr in s nne
point on Rupert Arm, Qualriiu.
Sound, or 10 n c nvnni��m |.niut on
t,���; tti.if.u Hound in Unje* 1 JJJHUic',
Vui "'nHci I-l,md, I'mvii te <tf Bri*
iish t-clnmhi'.i   will) power in enn
Form No, 9. >
T'ortu of -Notice,
Comox Land   District
District of Const.
TAKK notice that Homy Arthur Young, of .Vancouver, oeeu-
pation Muster Mariner, intends to
apply for permission   to purchase
the l'ollo".'ing described lands;--
Coiiiiiietieing at it-pout,  planted 011
Tluiflow   Isl'iinl  about  one mile
K;iA of Ol'i'im Point, beside a por<t
marked A,  P.    A���   N,   IC   cor.
theuce West   i')0   cliainf;   thenee
South *U) chid ns; thonco East 40
chains; thenco tilonj*;  shoreline to :
]):)int of commencement,  containing 100 neron more or less,
Henry Artliui' Young
Natiufof Applicant [in full]
Ambrose P Allien-
Dat it Dceeuihci' oth,  1UUU,
Form No, '.I
Komi of Notico.
Si.ywufd Land |)i��irii*i,
I Mm iim of Vieioii.i,
TAKK NOHOW riuu tin.  Nt.nl
txm**\mmem*)*rm*n     A"|~     *m*mt**ym**tm-*\m
Tht-, grcnt Utorir.o Tonie, uud
,on\y safo elfoetual Monthly
'Kepulator on which ���womon caa
depend. Sold in three degrees
ot strengrth-No. J, 51; No. g,
lOdcBrocBBtrottger. ?3; No. id
for unocitil cases, 35 por dox-
Sold by all drugewte. or w>i
, preua:d on tocclpt oj price.
, i.     Free pamphlet. Address: THII
5carM��DlfllliriC0..T0H(iNT0, BHT. formerly Wwamm.
Wood's FhosplxodiM^
The Qrmt i?��o'��A ilentccly.
Tones and invigorates the wholo
not-vuus Kystciu, lUHkoa now
'Ulcodin Old Veins. L'ii��i�� .iVrr-
on-. Debility, Mental anil Brain. Worrn.lli-A
potHttiw't, Sexual Weakness. Kmistixoni, ojiir-
matorrlKca, ond Facets of Abuse or hrcensts.
IMtiOtl uerhnx, sisforfji. One wUlpk-iiao.--.ic
will euro. Sold tiy all dniKgists or snnilcd )��
pliiin jjkir. ou roculjit ot price. A��w l����** Wet
mailed frte., Tho Wood Motl^ino Oo.
^formerly Windsor) Toronto On*.
Take notice that Gno.   W    Doane,
of Comox,   B.  C. lumberman intends to   apply   for   permission to
to lease ih�� following detcribed foie*
Fhore:���Commencing    at   a   post
planted at   highwaternaark on  the
south shoie, at the Bouth east corner of lot 87; ihence  due  west a
long tho shore line  to  the  south
line to the  Houth-west corner of
of lot 87;   thence  eeven   hundred
^700) tent south, thence one half [4]
mile east, thence dun north to tne
place of commencement and  containing   about    forty   (40)   acres
more or less.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
The management ha ving remodelled the Hall and also secured a special set of films that
are the best ever shown anywhere in B. C, which offers one
of the best entertainments ever
seen here.
The first film will be that famous   dramatic   portrayal  of
"Brother Against Brother/'
is one of Selig's greatest productions. The second film will be Pa
the's masterpiece,
"A Trip to the North Pole."
in a submarine. This filmhassome
of the most beautiful transformation scenes ever reproduced on a
rr37is"th"erc onrie
������ screen" i?
sensation of the season.   Here is
where you   all   laugh;   the   first
"part is   "Hick Carter's Double,"
, and the second. subj ect  is that
igreat sensational comedy, entitled, "A Pugilistic Wonder" This is
considered to foe one of the most
laughable films ever reproduced.
22^" During this performance the management will gi>e
any pet sou a Complimentary Ticket for the season who can refrain from lauehinjr. THE ADMISSION TO THIS EX-
10&I5C 10 8c ISC
Whv Should  You Use
Singer Sewing Machines for
sale on easy terms at the NEWS
Satisfaction ��� Bny a "Grand
Duke" and have satisfaction. Union made, baud made.- ana made
from clear Havana Filler,
It is the highest grade flour
on the market at any price.
It costs you no more than
other flours of inferior quality.
It is  absolutely guaranteed
bv the manufacturers.
Form No. 11.
Form of Notice.
L- ���
Sayward Land District
District of Victoria.
TAKE  notice that,   the  North
.Pacific Lumber Company Ltd., of
Darnel, li. C.   occupation, 'Lumber Manufacturers,  intend* to an
i .
ply for permission to lease'the. following-* desoribed foreshore:-:
Commencing at a post planted-
on the south line of 0. G. Lot 28,?
at its meeting, poii.t i with , ihe
���bonndarj' line of Lot 1, Sapvnrd
It is a Home   Industry and Last corner of said, Lot l,,T)jeiico
Garden, Field
and Flower
New crop now nvriving fiom our Rtowors in Krtphuid,France
IIn]!iind, Ciinnda and tlio United Stiito*, All tcinetl n�� to vitality i*rid purity on arrivnl, The Ihhi, it gnntl enoiijih for our v,\\��-
loifitTS. t.'aItilo^in.' bit'. Jhiriiif*). will U* (.���ou'iiniii'd at <>ur <tx\
cImimI until May. Aflor that in r.i'W hciiti'-u, wbicii will h- un-
I'liiiiicd Inn!'.        Addri'fH
���i r..* ���......
r, ,,*,
0Wesj?j.ifi5tcr Eel, Vancouver
t* -"tini, iu.ijuii-1', ��� nu and  n.jiiiltiiu  Putilic. Lumber (Jy,, Ltd , (;f Unrii'
iv mrvv* iv tl ijoi'liH in e. ...eciitinj j), (;, otmnpntiou Luiiiber Miimifit
iviiurs inU'inlH to npply fnr |urnn-
���'..nu Nu. S��.
Victoria  I-and Dhni'i.'.t.
Uil'tlict ')!'     ltllji'.'1't.
ihi.H^iilii mid to 1't.iiM.nict, i.c-
ti- ic, t,��n. cli.n-ter, i.ju'p nud
i.iotb, eteum nttrt oltir vemm,*
,,,, i ii ,|'m ,-.i).| io Mp-Tiut* du' fftint*
oil nny tiitvi,'tlili* .V'ti'>; ...id with
i,'! poo it- *.'.���.��� ��� bv l ��������� "Model
lUi v.-y Hibi";ii.d Willi .-iieh oth
.     j- .iv  * ��� ni'ii |i'ivtiuin- u- ml   or
,. ,     I.i,li>|     til     Hit   tl      tlHJI     Ol     Hf
.,'.    ,     ���;) l   ||1li;<<.-'!'.
.-.'ni ibi   '-'-"'d d ��y ���'(.' ..iy. liHO
.i .({.'..UlMiV* UudlvltrsON
-,*, .Lt.i.01*- f ���( t in Ai.^iirti.ih
TAKE NOTICE that. A, Nov-
ille Sii.lth.nf Vnni'oiivi'i*,   offiipa-
?ioi. tu ptm'hAM thu  fullowiuB (lw : ti���u Law Sli.d��'iit,iiUuiid.^  lo ��p-
cril'��d iuiidfi -
CoinmonuiiiB at a pott pUnU'd
at I in Hu cf Hock Hliiit, 4 chtitiiH ami
A8 Uh, North fnun H. K, . enrnei
of 0. U Lot UH, ilien North 4U
chnintB, thunKiiHt nbout 10 chuiiir to Beaver I'nvo,
N(<��i:ial liceiiC" .Vi. ,iii l o), i iif 11 .-.iiuui   t'..< >> v ������ ���<���������'������   ^
ni.'i*4i40ohiiinMhcn ttloiiiiMhorc i>f; to 'l|u North Weht corner ofT. L,
.M��t'zit'H liny to pliio*! of oomuioncf ! NJo. U712N thenee 40 ehaini Kiiist;
... <...: ��,.<,��<>(.��.U��.>,|fM.��..*��*.MIft��l��t>.>t*,��I.A��Mr����flt��*
A very iptiet but. iutci'tsiin^ e*
v eul u.)ok ]il;icc* nt the homo of
Mr and Mrs, Charles Wliyle on
Wednesday evening last, when
Mr. Jnn.es Ci-'s-'iiu, nl l/idysiuitli
and Miss M.ibvl Lyttel! were ii-
niletl iu iiiiiiri.i(;i*'uv ii).. ]v,-v. I>.
McGillivray. Mis-- ina Whyte,
niece of ihe bride, acted .ts bridesmaid, while Mr. Alex ('rossim,
brother uf die yrouju, did the du-
should receive your support,
Each month' you have a
chance nf winning a Handsome
Dinner Set. The following-
are the winning numbers for
February :
61384 52901 97264 88556
32804 54so8 68854 53012
40398 93047
���Manufactured- by���
Vancouver Milling
& Grain Company Ltd:
Vancouver:, il c
Advertiser!) will confer a favor
by bringing in Mieir ads. not later
than Monday, as thU will enable
the printers, to iiiKert it in the
next isKiio on llie following Tuesday,
������miwh tmamae ��m��WN����ii|iipiiii��MNH
���*rei\*nmMm\unmi*mm*emam'netmmmtmmn ��M��ffcywt��i.w����
Sportsmens Goods
I General Hardware |
n!y fncporinisMoii to |,iii*<*.I.i<ko the i ,,^ n|. ]v^  ���)nn    ,,,,,,,   we(](|
r.i.piwbv' dt'Uf'i'itied lutidhl ���
Ciiiiinielteing at n   |n>st planted
at the North I'atrt eonier <>f Lot '2
Rupert     Dicli'iet,
V- tin it'l* nl' ll* .<
H'lCi'' i�� ii'iei",    >iiki it   ll,..: I
n'tiiton Hunt Iim- of.O. li. Lot 2S.
Tin: Noitrii l'Atiiie Lumiikh Co,.
Name of, pplkani in full
A   Ch'iiU'J��i\ Ayent
18th .Ttri.Hrv. I'.IIO
��� | *mi|i'I frulll dull' I   li.teiel
���   it>    tin.    .Sllfit't ilitfieie.it    'if 1
. -."in..! I'.'ii". Vii'ior.M,  1* ��    1 "*��� ���"������ ���.*������.
.,., ii,,,,^ti- ,..,. T-i II...O,'1 ; |ni ^j]; 4. u) j   *j-l.;)
t-.| Mti.tMi .il  I'.irt   ll.u-vy, ...;
j supplied t<��r dn.��cts tY
socials at 1 h s Robinson's.
*T#mb*i* *>"'dt.
tlit'iieo 40 (ilutiiiH North; thenee 10
ehuiiiH weft tnoie or lotm to the
s.L .vatei tlii'li''" foil .wing llie
A\wo line in a Honth Westerly di-
reelitill to poilit<of eointlli iiet'ineiit
e Miiuiiiiiij'Hi) Hci'tM iiiiii'e  or le**
A. Nkaii.i.i-: Smuii ,
''     N'.tnit* of applieuitt  }in lull  j
1't'i* iloiiN M>iin.t.-. Am.it,
!)t't*d ijiiiiuiiry iiltb, l.'td,
���11 :i\ch \\f\',\" [.hived be Mi<< Net
tie Robertson. After the cere-
uiony the party p.utook  of liyljt
refreshments  of whioh  all   did
���'*���' .. t   i ,-���
j-'-'*"-^  * ���*- >-, - "i
the inoruiiiy train for LiuivMiiith,
where thoy in lutun* will loside.
KOU  SM.K A   r.'id   oigiiu.
i'nee !Jlo 00, ,\ i-ti .ji,    Appij    ni
News   I >liii-i'
STK'.WKI) Li|��hl dtxmty c���w
'd\t*iun oln, no nutilv-, nbo om*
���.t'hi'lbisf   boiler,   |hh*i*   tett.l itttt. i*
.���iln  ll   K' ��� -Ml.- bv   ',: 'Vi   ;. >���*,Jn I) -t ^
Win  .Mai'Ii us ��� , i'Mo \,   {!,, (',
KOR.^ALK���J'hi'm bred white
Leghorn roohteo; line your'* hinie,
lifitehed from iinportid eggs,
(iiiai.uitoed fi*t*in thc bent egg lay.
ing strain on the const, Price 81,
eai.'h, A|ij>ly .1, LiiiireiHV, Coinox
|io*t olllec, IJ, C.
Not only is it a nice mild
��*mn),-i\ bul the "Grand Duke1"
Ciynr has nil ihoso tiecessaty
qii.ilniPM vthitli ^>ivt* so nunh
MitUi'iutiim io the smoker.
Subscribe    fur   riv*
Cumberland   Nkas
$1.50 a year.
South 20,chains,'-thei'ica  East. 4:0
ehaius, thence Nortli .to.liigh ;Wa-
ter mark and theuce Westerly and .
following  tbu shore  line at  high ,
w iter mark ,to.poiiili-of. eoininoi.ee-
Name of applicant in full i
A. CharleBon, Agent
Dated Jai.'. 18th. U'.lQ ,
CIVKN to 'he elofijars of.iho
municipality of thc city of.'i'oii.be -
Iniul lliat I require tbe prt-Heuei- of
thu t��u"ul elector* at Siudn'l'.n tailor (
plio]), on llie 28th tlay of Febnimy,'
1010, at 1*2 o'cf ck irnon. foi iho
purporiu of ��|t''t'.linu one 'perron to
re|iie-ent them ir, ihe mui.ici,)al
council au Aldtritiuu for the Nor ih
The mndo of nouiination of run-
tlhhites shall he ui* foil wh: Tl 0
oiindidtiie ghiill he n'munaied in
wibinu; the writiip shull he mih
Kcrihi'd hy iwo.voiermif thn muni-
eipnlilv n�� propoi'iT and Heconrlur,
and hIuiU he uelivt'ied lo the lit;--
turning Ollicer at any time bet we.u
Am da.ti ol Ihe iioiitu an.I 2 p.m.
of ihe day t.f 1 he nomination, and
in tho event of a poll btiiin iiei'ia**' ���
ary,Mich poll will be opuiied on
Thuixhty the Hid clay of .March
l'JK). atiNildul's milor Hiop, Dun--
niuir Ave.n.e, Cumberland; H C , 1 f
which every pprmin iK ho'oby ra*
tpiiied to take notice ui.d ^uvurn
liiiii^i'lf aeciudiii��ly.
No poiHon fhnll lo nominal.d or
he elitihle.iH 11 rnnilldiiiu fnr Alderman utiles* ho is p.-i"��uiiM'd 1 If iho
qiiniHIcaiion by law rMpiiiicl of
IhoHu 1 liiit-TH, am) iiuImh- we eitndi*
tl.iie fluill on or heloi'H tho limn of
two p. in , of ih�� day of nomination, fin obit the Katun.big (Hiker
��>ilh a Htiiluii.eiH in wiilinu, i*|ici,i-
fyimi the lai.d nr inal inope'iy u|>��
0.1 whioh he cpi 11 lilies, hin notniua*
Hull I:Hill 1 (te lliV.llU^ Otitt r'miYi i.i/i
!e nvitd upoii by il.c llc/urnlnjj
Ut* nniMl be a mnUBrlilnh Sub*
j- ot of the full up of 1 weniy one
yeiirctuid  not   diemutlifted   nutter
ui'jl     mi.    ,\,,\,    .....s   ...*�� ..   ....     ,"l\
inon'lm next precmliug ihe dny of
Humiliation llm rt'gii-lercd o>.et*r in
the L11111I Ri'ttiHiry Ollice of bind
nnd ron J em Me in tho eby . f d.o
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iit*H.ii.Mijt oiuer.. ���������kK-ttl������4<������-Ji3#������������)p'tiI(������#^,t,- nnfev t tfrfcmrtwasiM *������* a  ^U.JU-a^jaaMWM^*P������i^KSt  n:  si cujve&en^xrir mirrim rcolrai?r;-vT  '���������'���������"'"   ���������     "���������������������������l*^.W8W***������1"*1!'"   '"^t..e.^'1'.i'^'" ���������in ������nr       nii I   i���������iiw ������������������   >T|���������. -,       i   i a'--  mmmmtmsymrr** ^^^^^nt*'  WATER   IS'OTIdB.  NOTICK ia  plication vv  liotoby Riven that a ��������� np-  ili 1)0 mado uuder Part  For Your Job Printing  The Cumberland flecus  FORM NUMBER U,  Land Act.  RUPERT   LAND   DISTRICT.  .    District of  Ruport.  TAKE NOTICE that Eustace  Smith, of the Ciiv of Vancouver,  Province ot British Columbia, 06-  ciipatum, timber cruiser, intends  to apply for permission to purciiase the foiling deseiihed land;���������  Commencing at a post planted at  tne South West corner of Lot one  hundred and thirty-three (133)  Beaver Cove, Rupert District;  thenoe West twenty (20) chains  to East Boundary of timber license number 42729; thonce  North forty chains (40); thence  East twenty chains [20] t'������ the  North West corner of Lot one  hundred and thirty-three (133);  then*.>e South forty [40] chains to,  tho point of commencement and  conta-iiiirg eighty. [80] acres more  en* less.'  Dnted November 15th, 1909.  Eustace Smith.   1.5  fififiR  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  Drink   U.  B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co., Nanaimo, B. C  (JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-'JLABS  CANDY, FRUITS.  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  JVleCoraaiek Harvest Tools  D. Hunden  BINDERS  MOWERS  RAKES  TEDDERS  TWINE  BUGGIES  WAGONS  CA  HARNESS  POTATO  iM AC EI INERT  ETC.  ���������.NOTICK is heredy given thatj'1020 Westminster Ave.,  30 days.after date I intend to ap-  Tr~ciiTe1 f~CpTm iti**  Walworth-Rolston Co:Ltd*  Vancouver,  B. C.  , ���������f^H*������HH*^?i������H44-H������*'J������W^,*i-l*  ���������v  "ply"fo~fiTB"  sioner of Lands and  Works,   for a  v  license to prospect   for   coal   audi % it\\\VfotX\&\\&  UVCTY  petroleum on and  under, the  fcH$.aml   Cp(>fI   C^Ll.  lowing land situate''  in  the ,Co-! J fl,IU   rKCd   iWDlC...  mox District: Commencing ut a  post marked S. E. corner of Claim  N-.3, placed at the N.E, comer of I j  section No. 32, Doninau Island,  theuce West. 80 chains, North 80  chains, East 80 chains, South 80  chains to point of commencement,  d. E. Bu tier.  Victoria, R. C. Dec.  2Uth, W09,   T  1*  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST ; CLASS  RIGS '.OK : ALL  KINDS  .....*  wood  and Coat  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 GO.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  Maw  Dunsmuir Avenue  CUMIWRLANO,   B. 0,  STR'AYEDr-Cnlf, red and  white, without earmarks or brand.  The owner can have same, by paying for this ad. J. E. Caliiau,  Happy Valley.  . f the "Wator Act, 1909," to obtain a H-  oduse in the Sayward Division ot Nauui-  1.0 UUttict.  ��������������� Tho name, nddre-e aud occopatit n  >t tbe applicant nre: l. flnoufpllo'r, Fne  ���������liner'u Ceniiicito, No. B, 93497, Victo-  .iu, B. C, Asaistaut Superiuiendeut ' E.  i N. Railway. (It fur mining purposes)  ���������'ree Miner a Certificate, No. D, 3:1497.  u) The inline of the lalto, stream ur  ���������tiuroi (if unnamed, the description In)  ampl'dll Rtv.-r umi lakes.  (0) Tho potDt of di version: At foot of  ti.'Wm (Jiupbell Lake.  (d) The quantity of w.it?r applied f.-rj  (ui C ihio feot per Sicoud) Fivo thousand  tiiact-'i iaetiee.  (e) Tne char e'er of the proposed  jviirks:  Fuming from L>*cr CV.ipbell  .itlte to (not of fc'.tll-t: uiioliinery to drive  drills aud operate mine ti-.tnttvav. ami e'eo  trie mneituiff i������ eo nitration with tippli-  cuut'd property.  (f) Tlia premi-tes ou wltiuh tho water is  to Its h i.-.l (ilj.1t* ���������)!' ��������� .siim 1) Oo l'2'Xl Mtroi  from pr iperty 01: nor U tide of Oppei  Cuuipbc.l Ltkit leased by applicant ft 0111  the B. & N. Railway Company.  (g) The purposes for which tho water  h to be used :   Mining..  (h) If for irrigation describe )he laud  inteudod to bo rrigated, giving acreage :  Vhe wuter is not to be used for ir-.  ngution purposes.  ()) If the water iu to be u tod for power  jr illinium purposea describe the place  wherj the water is toterocuruedtosume na  tuni channel, and the tliftureiice-iu altitude between poiut of diversion and point  of n turn. Tb2 water in to be returned to  Uttiipbhll Lake, ot.-e mile below the  main fill. The difl'ereuoe in altitudo ii  ab mt 150 fret.  (jj   Area of Crown land intended to be  oecu.jied by tlio propound work*:  About on*- acre of Crowa hnidf at foot of  falls where ibe applicant proposes to con-  strnot lus power house.  (k) This notico wiih parted on the 2?.rd  day of December, Ji) tt), au" npplica  lion wii) he made to the Commissioner on  the 20th day of January, 15)10.  (1)   Give the   natncB and nddiesaeR of  liWTtpsriTtn*^rop1*etWrW"liceii eo������"~wFn  or whose lands are likoly to he filtscteJ  tilioatiou will beniade nutler i'art V, by tlio proposed wnrke, eihor above or  of.the "Wattr Act, 15)09," to ootain a li-  below the outlet:   Iuieruationil   Tim'er  AcanofBGVR5  tonic in any season, ...   .. ...  Valuable in many other u iy&,  "A little added io Hashes  and Stew* greatly improvce  their food value. Try :A whesr  Warming Canned Meuit.  BOVRIL  n  c  H  O  I  C  E  S  T  Ijn season at  !     D.HUN DEN'S  water;noticr.  ^[OTICK is hereby (,'ivep that au ap-  lti tho matter of the ''Tramway  Company Incorjioratipn Aet"  and amending Aets; and in the  matter of Tho   Comox    and  Campbell Lake Tramway Company Ltd,  TAKE notiee that a map or plan  and book of referenee showing the  hinds presently intended to bo passed over and taken for the purpose of the ahovo Company's train  way and a ot'fieral description of  tlie said lands, ami the names of  tin* owners anil occupiers thereof,  have been deposited  iti   llie  Land  Iiegistry office ar, tho Chy ' f "Victoria, B. C.  FOR   RENT���������A   +    roon*i.l  lioupe and contents, sheds.    Apply -  to Mrs. S. Calhoun, executm. A,  ���������4Iclkelvey-EstrifepSnndwiek���������1-JrCr-   E. C. Etnde  l'ijie tittino; and  General repairing,  J'oi'in No. 0  LAND ACT  Seetion HI  Iviipei't baud District,  DiHtriet of���������  TAKE NOTICE that Arthur  ThomiiH CiOod)*peed, of the City of  Victoria in the province of HrltUh  Col 11111 hia, oeeupatlon a fitviner,  intetidM to apply for permission to  piirehiiHe tlio following described  !.'.'���������: !:     C. ::::;i, :;;:!:: -    ;:(      .:    :,.,.*!,  /.Jihuc,  j;l,i.'l,'t'..| ,',,'  I tii. .-  y.llilll f!-',   V-i(;il-,.l  the Indian Uoterve at Hardy Hay,  Vanoouver li-laud, thenee north a-  1 uu; the wentoi'ii houndui'y of  inniHii ibiM*i\i������ liiirvy i-.iimi'.ii������ 10  tl| ������o������0i lino of Timber Lieeuue  Numi|n*)|' 4UU52, thenco westerly  forty clmina, thenee soutlierly forty eluihi* to T-mlipiatf Creek nml  thenee e..i>ltu*iy folhiwiny; mIhiijji  thi'SHitl Creek to the point nf enm-  meiieuiiiGiit, am! coiit*tiiiii.^ one  liumWd and forty (140) Mrex  tiiorf or le*i"  Atnuutt Tii^WAi" (ii������*tm*\*r.*t*x.  ViXMrn the Ut, d������y of Feb. 1010.  ���������t  m  m  e  0  >  i  0  SI  m  "1 tt ���������*   &  ' .    ������������   mt        C  I   3    B     in  -it*.  ii*  \  I  1,  I  s  H  A  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and   rail  way cars of  the   Union  Holliery  Company by any  person  or  persons���������except t tin crew���������iu strictly  (>rohi''>ted.   Employees  Te sub-  ���������oe to MumiHsal for allowing nam-  11 y order  Tuanc is D. Litti v.  Maua/ei,  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  1 removing or tuk Ing*  any   iilneks,  (tiinbof or wood, of any descriptindn  j belonging to the Wellington Col-  lim-y Co'y., or from or off tlio laud  of tlio snid Cmiipiiny, will bo pros.  concern the Sayward Division of Victoria  Wa er District.  (al The name of Company in full: The  Campliell Itiva.' i'owi-,-C't.mp.ny. I^i tited.  Tho head office: Offipts ot Ii ritnl A IWi-  oi'tson, ;')U Fort Slrtvtt. Viet'na, H. C,  Tho tit-jiciil, hi w divi led ������h--wi v auiou-it  paid up, 1550,000 tlivid'd into ".00 B'lares  of <J100 each; aniotuit juid up ������o0o.  [If for mining puipostH) Fife Miner's  Cert���������fiu*te No.  '(!)] The tianio of the liike, s'reani or  source (if 'lunaiued tlie dtauiipti u is]  Oa.iiijbell Kivur, Vancouver JhIhuiI, J! <*,  l.c'1 The poi .t of diversiui) )��������� 111 a pi i t  Si miles from mouth of Campbell River  immediately above Campbell Kver KiiIIh.  [U] The quantity nf *at������" ������ipuliotl for  (in cubic feet per bpoow!) l!S. 8 oitbio feet  [or 101,(KX) miner's iuoliH!������.l  I el Tho cbn ranter of the proposed  works is a powa* phut fur (,'ouer.iliou of  electricity for iuihistrinl pu-poto*. A  (Um or weir to be placed across river itn-  meiii.iaiiy above the Palls a, d water to  be C'ovo/ed to pow^r house imtaodistoly  billow P1UI1,  [fj The premises on which tho wator U  lo l>.> u fit -tli-scribe hmdu���������at himho point  on Uiu hu d ulul g llm b in Vi of (lie Cuillp.  hell K've. not nn ro 1I1.1.1 half 11 tuilo be-  low tbo I'antpb'-ll Jlivu-r l-\illn.  (������) The pui'posoH (er which the water  is tn lie nurd: Cower puriioS'H,  .        .    ���������  ., ���������        ,       .    |.h]   lf f.ir irritfittien (leH'Mibi) Uie luul  eeiited to the lull estent ol too law. 1,. ,���������,���������,,���������, ,��������� h(1 irri ,ii|imIi pv |)(, mnnu,y  V,   I), J.itlle.      I Xnt tubtuiH'd for irriKdioi.  Sup������'i*int.*.ulent     !   [,)   "���������������w.������������i.tnl������*u.mlf n..<w,r  I mr   linn UK |)tll'|40HMMlU'Urilie   I'm   j.Utitt  Uelliiigtnn Colliery Co,y,    J������|10H, ,1,^ wat���������r jH |��������� iM ,v(,���������n(,i t���������  ���������-  mom*) nnliiral cliaiiiii'l, 11.1l tho   iHi'i'i'iio  UNION S. S. CO,, of IJ.C.  Ltdin "Itmln b"t'voen i^iut of   ilivtusi 11  nml poittlnf I'tituii)    'I'ho iv iter N  t.  he  ~~~" 'rrtii.titttl In  llm   (!itiu|,b'l| Iljver ���������������   11  WVclt-eud servhio  liotwoeu Viirioauvnr, I" int within ono milo Ifiow tlm < '.miu-bell  Nun fro Uamii, (uu1 .x hy   thu  utn"l Clydu bu It twin *om*w  Hicii n-r "OOtVli'MAX"  Miili'i*,' aa iiiulcr -  I.nnve������ V��������� tjutvor, ."iitnrtlii/ H \ m  Aiiivo* N" 11 it>tic*. Suliii' ay  1*.' j< in  Ai riven Dniuti, wiiiid.) f, 11 m  Arri'tKOi mox,   .Sii.itiny 8 it m  lliiiiininu:���������  I.i'iivi'M i'0'iiiix*. Sunday l j. u.  I.B.vi'M I'ii'-i.i Miuilay 5 p ui  Arrive.. N'-iiitunn, Muulay 11 p m  , Itlvor Kails and the illlt'ttruni'ii in alUlmlr  j \m1I heaho'it IMHi a,  I    (j)   Art'iiofCcown Iniul inti'ii fid to li  iv npud by thu piopoiitjil wurlvH   hIm til  j :|'Ji| nuriK  il'.l 'Ihit notice <*;m i-i'S'itl ui tl."  jtliir.l day of .lauu.ir;, l!)|() mul *n  Ip 'I'.itKin will In, uiikId tutheC miMih ion I their cfl'orls,  in'    ou  Ihe   tilth    tlcy   of    Fil.rtairy, |,   11110,  (I)   (iivo the nriitieK  and' iiildreHK������������������������ of  I any rlpaiUn proprtftoni ut liceneti who  Unit.|muy, ..hose reyisierod ollioo British Columbia i-. Viotoria, IJ. C; B.C.  Timber and T.adiot; Co:up.tny whoso 10  ni*<l������reil fillico Un isli C'lumbii 'h New  West in lister; Prmino'til Gnver ment, an  well.  (Sitrnature) .1. Ouoi.kki.i.ow  |.i i* J hn S'oi'b, his Ajjont  I'.O, Address, Viet .rin, ������. C.  FOUND���������-A JVterhoioiigh eanoe,  floating bottom up. Party eau  have gaino by proving property  aud paying lawful com pen sat ion.  ���������las. W. Kecnati,!Sublu River, B.C.  FOR--SAL.l 5���������Two. houses,  on. Dunsmuir Avenue Good  terms. Apply to H. Maititi,  Courtenay.  NOTICE  Lvery Monday atid Tuesday  T  Tradb MARK8  DC3K1MO  CopvniCiHre Ac.  Anyouoponillnff mlcmti tint; iloittirlmlnii mi*!'  qtllolily linear 111I11 r.tir oi'liilint l'rne whuilior ao  'uventlnii itprolinllyv-i|ii|t','t'''fl. ('..iiiiminiM.  ���������loniHtrtutlrnoiilltloiilliil. IIAODBOCK "������I'eieirta  lant. free, Oltleitt Hirfury loThwunnit p.ueutii,  1'itl'iiiu uikon thrnnt'li Munn f lu. rneolve  ttiodiil nnttw, irliliniiteiiiirue, In tno  Scientific ftmtim.  A liittdr.'1'tioty IlliiflrnUil w.'.-ltlj. I.nrttni-t circulation of nny anlnntlim i'.uninl, 'rniini, Si il  yo.ir; (onr intuit In, 41, dw.l Lj nil tii-wttieilrrF.  MIIUII 9 On "���������n.nn^v.jIpYfji^  uwiiniii mi nny n.'.i.n...... .i-i..i ,'���������..     , .-��������� ,"^, ,-,- ,.  Mrjjivtrmtmtln,"ll. dw.lLjnllMtii*n'.y;il'-rj.  3B1Bron*twity,  "iiinob tTniiierU* V su Wiwiiiwifin, n.D.  W.'ti, (roni'd, piftiK' expert; will  be here, on or about April Ul.  Leave orders at  News  oll'ice.  will be in town   to delivei  kind.1  pOI'ttl.'"!-*,  V  V'.',V(  l.utter and all kind.-. ofVe^-inhU^.  and     also  ^ell cheap.  wil  C.Hin Vki'k,  Swrnhvit'lc  WANTKD���������Strong boy to le: rn  the telepho .e lui,siiit'.*.������,       Must  Apply to llie iiuui.  :. Telephone Oflleo  ne wiiiiiiir.  II. c  nUyr,  The eoeoi rl fiven on Wednefdny  ���������.���������veiling. Kehriiary 'ilh'd iu llm Cum  1 e'lsm)   Hall,  tor li e ln-i i fa of ihe  APPRECU'^*') HY THK  BAKER  The Vancouver Milling it Grain-  Co, Ltd., uuintifaotiirers of Koyat  Sim dard Flower, pursue a unique  policy t > attract at ention to tho  mer.ts of their pr.tduet, A visit  till elr mills and a enrefnl notice  of llie process through which tho  wheat pise in I oing made into  flour, eiiribles one lo appreciate itn  grunt popularity. Tlio quality of  t otidi.esf, alone is Mifficioct to ree.  ouiiiieiid it very siron^ly to tho  fun..' of the thrifty h.inHf*'i,*pp|H,r.  In I ho case of I'oynl Stantiiid  hovn'or, anoteor 'mlncoimnit i������  ndibil in tlm w.iy im uppottniiity  to < btniii n 101* piece dinner ni ut,  no cost whatevei,    The  n^ers ���������'!  C * r. Jlox,,k���������l, nrovedio In 0| |{ouiptHnH���������n| Flour Iind ,\ conpm  most Mirrwful affair, ll.e proiccd. j in ;,n(,h M)(,k ���������f |lfmt. ri,H,u������*>i,  nmnun. to a .,,���������d .....nd ..���������,.. The . T|)(( (;() J|e mh ]mf ft ���������,������������������,,,.,.  cnnc,rt was lately ...tended,   and ; ^ ^   ������ ^ (|  ll e i*r*������i'r.ii.tre  ure to Ih iont������r.'tlnb '   , . ,  ,,'Ho, UcMircvs which attended i,1,,,f������^"' ^ ������ f"   ������������������������������  ���������������������' ������"  i*et reifiTe.1 to.    riirther paitieid.  urs can doubtless bo obtalnd f loin  your grocer.  i'tkH  Thc Courtenay Motel  livery eoiivciiien������,e lor nuesis.  The Ouutiu't Ilo'.' I for 3port������tnt>n  Sone bui llie lie*l of Wines and l.|t|tior������.  -��������� ' |i'0 pro'iou'd ������*.t*'.r������  (';,'l;:'- u'-  v   '.   '  fit.iRe kivm IT.ii.m fnr Cumhnrlnnl ������"v-' V w ihem.t'ft.   Tl.������ ('..own, M.,ty Kii-u '  ery Hi nday iiioiainuou air.val of "COW. I M, Klti^',  I'lurn A. Hums, (i.H   Jtur..s, i  tOIIA.Nt" and let.vwt t'omi)urii.nil llnlnl  W. W. (iiime, b. C, Moe Uiuild ami M.  it I   i'in,  coniiwliii',' with sioHiuor  nl   K.Ciiinr,, allot V'iiiluria, II.(!.  (T, |,,n '     Vtti.Ml. ,i,t,.' ,.l������������������,.\, ......   tr,.t*,...   _.-__ ~ ,   j hell liivnr I'nwu.'Couipnny, Limited   up  plication H'tl wtnki.  l^rtiof tin Memtirtniduin tf A������"ii.,  Always the mime, and just n>  ���������tno I as ever, The "Grand Duke"  Cigar,  \t the *<ar.  RATIW  wliicli ������ulli -ri/ns the ernpf' d ti|>|<Uo.t-  tjnii nnd w.trkx ������r" n������  [..j   Ibe oo strnet'oo or uper-ifo'i ot  ������". im ir Uie tuipply nf   nl iii/i i,mi   nl  valor utid������r Ihe ,'W������it.f Ae   \>.W "  ������ .    . .. ,        . . |b|   Tu apply fi>r mi I ������lt   Hi tu> l.*r l!n������  \n A������i in the Nkwsipr,,vWf"",,rii.������ 'vv���������u.r a.-i. wv *>r  ��������� i*e ������ if ,t* ������������������ <"l'*t  e  m*r.m-  i im  With half tht labor, and at  half tht cost of othar aoap,  Sunlight  does the whola  M4i!d.;fc !.. lu.i. iU {[,mt  yet  without Injuring the  most delicate fabric,  Use It the Sunlight way.  Follow the directions.  jpavs.    Try it.  PKA*fiN\BLe  t..|.ti I'bt.f. .������r lit1-*.'  <> ik ->r ������.t .-i In,  ,  John Johnston,   Proo  ���������UhltlN'N, Ag nl  .. , |"n. A'lr,---  1t ,  ,   ,      l"' 7M      ������'.o.iwi;*i.v,t...u..������.c.  i'""', Applv 1.- \\s   \ r-'  i  HM<   s.M.K    A  I fOV'\t,  'Utthwi.Ciiut'tti't^ ys t\  r    i..t i     ������t ...   i   .  .,,.. ..  ��������� *���������-*���������'      ���������    m\-   "*���������  i.   |l*o i. in,!' ft  '''Xij,'*.'.''  I";i, .'  ������������������l-iewnr el, Mt IJ, C. Telt'ph'i'tct  ()' ee, ( uiuiterlniit].  1      ���������(���������     ... ��������� :o i . ,i    .:    .    r   tt  . ���������  . ���������       - -   t ���������  I iulue-totl in Slimlitv .Sehool wt *\:.  j nn Fli 'ay eveidliii Mi'M'h It., nl  I v p, in in St, (ii'iive",. |''<'������liy'-������������.  j ri������tit ehiireh,   when   lie*..   ���������!.   v  The  M -  .i   C    ���������  Man   ni M'    '    '  Ther" M '1!   b'*  '!��������� '*' ���������'   1 *t;-.-������.. ; ���������  !������'tin on !���������   .t    ���������),   i*  ^|k���������:i!;l'r t*u ! all *' le .���������'< I  tint       Ir  f?ii<! .-[���������  i.   hitn..       AU an������iti\  W/.niu'.uM,.,., ���������r i-.-ii.-  no .-ildri"** on  H'/|l" ful'   ������������������Tin  u THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Jfm  * Hi  Courtship.  By HELEN R. MARTIN.  ���������f "Tillie: A Mennonite M4id.'  ij������*r uttswer. though, to tell tbe truth,  lie was not so curious to learn wbere  Ibe "spread" wus as to hear the souud  of the girl's voice. In the teu days  that he hud speut at tbe farm he hnd  not ouce heard her utter a word,  IboiiKli he suw her three times a dny j questioned uncertainly.  to tne rennsyivania liutcn ,mina.  "Are you some bashful or what?"  she curiously inquired.  "I guess I'm what Come, will you  do It?"  a chance to put In a question.  "No. and she's wonderful dumm toward what Ollle is."  'Humph:" he grunted.  cott, their nearest family neighbor.  "Pete plants himself In a corner at a  party, scowls, hasn't a word to say,  can't dance and can't play cards.   And  "Yes, and that ongrnteful she ls fur   he'll make an average of six trusties  'Are you passln' a joke mebbe?" she j a\\ we doue fur her yet���������us leavln' her ' at every party that dad makes him go  I go to school till she was twelf a'ready j to.   1 can dance, play cards, converse  OUR FIRST COMMONS  OLD   LEGISLATIVE   HOME   STILL.  STANDS AT KINGSTON.  CbpyrtgM, IW, by McClure, I'hiUivt&Co.  In the main this story is a  record of the adventures of a  young Doctor of Philosophy, who  conspires to play the humble role  of hired hand at Mr. Morningstar's farm boarding house, that  he may have opportunity for serious and scholarly meditations,  and avoid the blandishments of  fascinating young lady boarders. The resulting complications  make a story as rich in humor,  as provocative of laughter, as  any that has been written in recent years. The characters are  as  interesting as one's intimate  ut the table. This strange silence, with | "Never   was   a   man   more  serious. < arx(\ uor not our own fleSh nnd blood- ' and -make   myself   agreeable,   and   I  some other inexplicable things about j I'm willing to pay for the rare quiet, j aud then when she had to come off of j don't average one crash a month. How  her. had ueguu to "get on his nerves." * I've  enjoyed  out   here  the   past   ten j school   she took  on; lt was  souiepiu ; would you explain It?"  lie had come out to this fnrm to be I days.   Will you send them word tbey | awful!"                                                     j    "Crush?"   genteelly   inquired   Miss  quiet ntul undisturbed, and here, ruth- j can't come?" he urged.                                "But a twelve-year-old girl ls hardly  cr to Ills chagrin, wus a mystery rls- ! "Now. If you'd only spoke sooner.'"   capable of realizing what she is losing ou his horizon.                                   | st"' said  regretfully.   "To  be sure, lt j lug in having no schooling?" he said  would of paid better to get the price  1     lie waited,  with  his glass halfway  ' to his lips, to hear the girl's reply.  j     She t-aiue ticrqss the kitchen carrying.  I u dish of apple jelly iu oue hand und  i u is.-iuccr of apple butter lu the other.  J There was. a grace lu the movements  [ of her young, slim figure that was eon  I splcuously   lacking  in   Mrs.   Morning  i star's own daughter of the same age  I Her eyes were, as always, downcast.  j as though to veil a soul she did  nol  j wish to discover to those about  her.  | Kinross  had   never yet succeeded  in  ! discovering   the   color   ot   her   eyes.  I 'Somehow the girl  always bore about  I her uu air of detachment from her stir-  rottudings, almost like one moving in  a dream.  .lust now she scarcely seemed   conscious   of   him  at all   as   she  placed the two dishes on the table he  fore him and theu turned aud walked  out of the room.  Ills  piqued   curiosity  Increased   his  of three fur one.    But pop he  wrote  'em u postal In. last Saturdays a'ready.  friends.    In fact, they shall be  come  the reader's good friends j sense of irritation with things in gen  to be carried afterward in pleas  ant memory. There is a lovely  and stalely young woman who  would return to nature and incidentally uplift mankind in thc  returning, and there is a vivacious beauty who aspires to follow this lofty example, but who  fails for reasons which will interest and delight the reader.  .And there is another girl���������Lord  'love her !���������who shall give example  of the  heroism of humble  dlife and prove anew the old  itruth that hlood will tell. As for  Wr hero, we shall love him in  spite of his awkwardness, bash-  ^fuJnes������andJearjnngA^J^r^shaU^  enter also, late in the history, a  woman of the great world, who  shall pay with no hesitation the  debt that is due to honor and  a good old name. A charming  story, which shall exact the tribute cf tears, as well as laughter,  and teach many a good moral  and leave the reader in a mood  at the end to invoke a blessing  upon the good and bright woman  who wrote il.  CHAPTER I.  DR. PKTKU KLNKOSS hnd just  been (iuiiiatiding rather Irritably of the shaggy little farmer, his host, why a ha Lh room  lii.o. uot been put lino tlio house wheu  it was renovated for suniuiei* hoarders, and the fanner, standing over htm  ss he cat at his belated breakfast lu  the kitchen, was replying with u logic  Which left his protagonist dumb.  "Firstly, ll'H contrary tu Scripture,"  "How thu'devil du you imiivu that  out?" Kinross inquired, iiuuvuiro of  bow such epithets t-uit'tlud thu untie*  customed ours of tliu I'urinor'a wife  mid of thc girl, Eunice, who waited on  liim.  "How I make thut out?" Morning-  etar repealed. "llucmiKu tho Scriptures  In silent on (lit) subject,"  Which of i'uiii'1-ie loft Kinross with  nothing tu Hay. Uu lifted his glass of  uliiiiuned milk aud sipped with half  closed eyes,  "Another rensou," Morningstar laid j (>uttur.  It oil', "there was lens sickness among  our ancestors of bygone times lu the  jiast  than there  is  now   when  built-  rooms la the cniutnoti lot of all."  Kinross dlil not contradict il.  ������������������Again, i uncut heord of a man bolng  drowudod la it 1 in t li tu li of hot water,"  Kinross luul ui. answer fur tin argument so Incontrovertible.  "And yut again, liiiwtl certainly In-  tended fur thu folks m wash In cold  wator or liu'd of mud.) all tho wutur  hot."  Kinross' Hlluiict' apparently accepted  thlH dogmatic Htait'iui'iit. }  "Kin you deny It?" .MoriiliigHtur trl- i  Wliphod ovor him. i  "I would not prtmuine to," |  *M guess anyhow not. Woll, then. I  ynu know why I don't hnve no bath* |  room, If folks v milil ivad more In the  Jtook and liesltalu uxirc they'd sou how  ���������Infill Komi) things Is, Folks Ih Just u  littlo Ignorant nbout smut! things,  They're nut oiiouuh limned of Um  world, l'rlilo has cutae lino tIt** ehurcli  ll,..'. It'. ... i:.' '!;!:.,; .*'. " ������������������'"' '!''" **"''  ���������too much 'ntnltuf Hinri'l. to milov ourselves Instead of lo serve liawil,"  Anil, swelling with Ills easy success,  eii Morningstar slmuibleil out of the  room, leaving his defeated lioiirder to  the  cnntt'iiiplalinii   of  tils  Impossible  i      . *   .  M v..**...--������..  Tlio kitchen tn which he ute was also  ttio family living room, dm all Pennsylvania Inittli fariuhoiiHo kitchen*  nro. It wim n largo, bright room, very  ���������Imply furnished, hat spotlessly clean  ���������ml of n curtain IioiiicI." eosluoss.  The bronkfnst ooiiMlsioif of cold corn-  tti ln-ot, greasy snusnuo. several kind*  of very pitle. tardy looking pies and a  |.lnti������ piled high with lei-d dike.  "Kunlcol" Mm, Mornlugxtiir shrilly  called to tlio young girl. Iter adopted  Jiuiglifi-T. who Iind dlwiPlH'nivd Into  tha outer kitchen. "Hero* tlw l������nc  eitOn' dry tsnend and lamer yet!  *Wbor**'a HioHfirwnir  Tlw relevancy of thle Inquiry n������������t t*-  httt apparent, n -"aptwd" in l>r. Kltt*  fuma' voeiibulary Itelng an outside cov>  ���������������r to Ih*i|, ho gliiiicod np a* Ku*i.t..  arq������ei red in the doorway to lift' ti 1<  eral to positive ill temper. This dainty  looking adopted duughter of the household, wbo, he had at first thought,  must be a fair lily among gross weeds.  so delicate her features, so graceful  her movements aud so appealing to  his poetic sense her frail beauty (in  spite nt his professed misogyny)���������even  she was probably no exception in the  generally bucolic atmosphere of thc  Morningstar farmhouse, for n more  cowlike herd of people he had certainly never encountered.  Was she not an exception? Then  why this constantly deepening impression ou his mind of an indefinable  charm, a vague mystery,, enveloping  the beautiful girl who drudged at her  household tusks in apathetic and stu  pid coutentment with apparently not  a thought cr Instinct above her narrow, monotonous round of work; too  lini7eTOr*to"-giraTe*~the~curiositj-���������and-  lutcrest of. the rest of the family concerning their "gent'mau boarder." and  too phlegmatic to resent her foster  mother's unjust and often tyrannical  partiality to ber owu duughter Ollie?  More tliuu once he hud been ou tbe  point of asking Mrs, Morningstar to  tell him something of Eunice's history. But some subtle instinct which  he had uever analyzed hud held hlm  In check. Perhaps lt was a chivalrous  aversion to pryiug Into what the girl  herself so evidently wished to conceal, Perhaps he was not, after all,  ln a hurry to have the interesting mystery explained away into a mere com-  monplnce circumstance, the usual outcome of interesting mysteries.  "Well," he demanded of Mrs. Morningstar when, after Eunice hud disappeared, the landlady stood beside hlm  uud refilled his glass with milk, her  stout bulk a grotesque contrast to tho  insignificant sbtturo of her husband,  who had been overpowering blm wllh  his logic a few moments before,  "where Is the spread? Sho didn't tell  you."  "But she brnng 'om!" exelnlmod tho  woman In astonishment, "Here!"  shoving toward him the Jelly and the  apple butler.  "Tho spread?" ho repeated blankly,  "Alnit ihuni sproadlu's?" she asked,  a touch of wounded feeling mingled  with her puzKlod surprise, "To bo suro,  some calls 'em tlie smear, Hut." she  added discriminatingly, "1 think that's  Dutch!"  To propltlato hor ho helped himself  experimentally to some of tlio apple  Dr. Kinross.,  .JteUinl_Lem_���������they_have_the_dare to come  questioningly.  ���������'She was always wonderful fur  studyin'���������full much so. A body couldn't  get uo work out of hor oucet she got  bolt of a book���������and that's why pop he  sayed now she must come off sehool,  he sayed, or she'd soon uot be eamiu'  her feed."  "Uiiiph!" again grunted Kinross, surprised Into a pang of pity for the flowerlike girl wbo xvas the household  drudge to the farmer's family.  "Say," Mrs. Morningstar abruptly demanded, "do you wnut fur me to tell  these here two young ladies when they  come that you ain't much fur sociauit  Ity and that they're to leave you be  and not bother you any, you beiu' some  queer?"  "Now. Mrs. Morqlngstar," be smiled.  Wolcott, a bachelor maiden of thirty-  live.  "Beg pardon. I meau noue of the  girls get stuck on me. But they pur  sue Pete to his corner, and when he ls  rude and disagreeable to them they  say he Is original and 'magnetic.' Vou  wouldn't suppose, would you, they'd  take to a stiff like Pete?"  "It would be much more reasonable  of them to 'take to' a polished and accomplished gentleman like you, Burton," said Miss Wolcott consolingly.  And Burton accepted her sympathetic  view with complacency and with u  high opinion of Miss Wolcott's judgment '  As Peter grew older he succeeded in  conquering after long and extraordi-  uary struggles with himself at least  the external signs of his inward per  turbatlon in the society of young ladies. But his uipntal attitude toward  the sex continued to be u mixture of  "you are a friend iu uced. Suppose you ,  do   warn  them   off.   Where  are  they | suspicion, contempt, curiosity, -mystiti-  irol���������v" cation iind attraction, which so bullied  "From   Into town.    Their names, Is I and irritated him that he had come tu  Georgiana Ellery and Daisy Partis,"      I look u"ou UDy CODtact wlth slTi*M uu  Kinross lifted bis bead uud looked al  ���������Mrs. Moi'tiiugstar. surprise, auuoyauce.  consternation, iu his face.  "Gods and little fishes!"  He pulled his Panama hat over his  eyes, turned abruptly aud strode away  Mrs. Morningstar stood stolidly where  lie left her, gazing after him as he  walked' with long steps through the  orchard toward the woods where he  usually spent most of the day. aud  finally she shook her head aud drew a  long btcath.  "It heats me what fur a man he ls,  anyhow!"  A'  Wednesday dinners. So' this dinner  he fetches 'em. There ain't time no  more to send 'em word different"  "He has already gone in to the station for them?" Kinross asked In q  tragic voice.  "No, he starts at eleven. It ain't no  eleven o'clock yet."  "If you had only told me before!  Well," he gave lt up, rising from tba  tabic, "I'll have to bear up under lt-  or get out I guess."  "Any other young feller as good a  looker and as tony as what you are yet  would be glad fur two young lady  Carders comln' oncet!" sbe reasoned,  following bim to tbe door, her whole  person radiating her curious wonder.  Kinross stopped short on tbe threshold and turned upon her. "What! Two  girls!"  Tho consternation ln his face Increased her wonder, "Well," she  argued, "what's the matter with tbat?  A body can't help fur her box, eau  she?"     '  "I certainly didn't anticipate when 1  camo here that I'd bo bothered with  two girls on the place! They'll expect  mo to bo sitting around with thora!"  "Och, well," alio poked hlra playfully  with her elbow, "you might bo glad  lf they do want you to Bet nlongsldo  of 'em. Is lt that you ain't much fur  sociability that way?" sbo tried to  boIvo tho problem. "You never looked  scairt of Olllo or Eunice,"  "Thoy huvo somo souse. Thoy don't  eocklo nt mo. Thoy lot a man alone.  Tbo flrst girls I over saw who did."  Mra. Morningstar laughed boisterously. An' bero I wns tolllu' Olllo ovory  tiny sliico you como why didn't ahe  l������rk up and speak somo conwcrwitlon  to you that way. It nln't that Ollio'a  Ignorant that makes hor koop so qulot  before you," she cuinc to the (lofeuso of  her daughter. "Mut she's wain* backward, yuu beln' a towner and her, she  was always ii country girl still."  "Hhe talks n good deal mom than Ru-  nlco does, though, doesn't hIio?" ho put  out a feeler  "Och, her," alio retorted contemptuously; "Hhe's dumm!" (Stupld.i "Hut  Olllo she's got' mi clegniit education,"  Hhe nlllrined, standing In Hie Itliclwn  doorway, with lier bared arum resting  on her ample hips, whllo Dr KlnntHH  leaned against n pillar of the porch, his  eyes following the young chickens  which ran about on the gran*, "I loft  her go to Heboid till she was fifteen  n'mady. Munlco she wim moro fur  bnokH nnd studyin' und nil like thut  than what Olllo wim, hut." she said disparagingly, "hIio ain't got Ollio'a nice  oduentiim, but hor boln' Juwt adopted  Hint way and not my own llosh ami  blood I took hor out of wloml nil she  was (.well. .Sin- triitl u*i/ioli't'ful 1" be  left keep on, but I tole h<>r beggars  couldn't lie oInmmpih mid hIio must earn  hor llvln'. Ho thon sho novor said mitli>  In' moro about It. Olllo sho can con-  worse proltv." Mm. MoriiliigHtur suddenly dropped tbe subject of hor fo*  tor child uud returned to tho more eon  "We're gottlii' two now boarders till  this dinner u'roiidy." sho remarked,  pushing a pie within his reach, though  she iniiHt know hy UiIh time that ho  never ate her pics, not oven at break-  fit st.  Her Htntoinont npponroil to bo a blow  io him. Thrusting the apple butter  from him, bo Ktitrutl up at bor, chagrin  und keen disappointment In bla face.  "Mister ho goes this dinner to foteh  Vm tin the buggy out," aim Informed  hlm, "Oue of 'mil's ovorxtiullud tho  I .ruin goin' to college. Vim," she Insisted argumoiitiillvoly, "Ihore Is, such  a thing us ovoi'Hludyln' tho brain, especially fur a country pora.ni whoro alu't  tiHod to It still. To Im> suro, you boln'  i) doctor that v a.v. you'd know yourself  tho brain kin U' nvorsiuillod."  1 lu illd not i'i nine himself to explain  to hor that ho wiin not a doctor of  drugs, but of philosophy, ll would Involve so many quosiliuiH ou bor part  ami so much explanation on liltv-itnd  the day wiih already hot  ilo .1....   iu.h.i ,...,! u   in wt ������   ......   1..,.    ,  !u" Ivv.t nn.re I,...into!���������*'*" lie todtod hor '  doubtfully with thofiiliil hnpo of averting tho liii|H)i.illiig calamity.  "Won't It  give you a lol uioie to tin',' Aud you are  busy from iitn.'nluu to night now."  |    "Vou think?" she laughed.  "Och, no,  i   kin,    u.i m.i,     i    uu    ...'uJ    m  '. gmii hit yot. Yoim tony towners with  winr  hiicIi   wonderful   white  lunula-  evou tm the men," hIio lidded, unable to  ���������iet'p a bit of coiitouipt from her linn  ���������si voice, whllo bur oyoa rusted on Dr  IvInroH*' capablo Imiklng but woll kept  'mini* i.i lio daintily knocked off tho  i i������.p of an oggMholl, "youa don't know  t ulna work Is, Anyhow, If it dtte*  ' io.er.lo nu* io ttiku two moro boarders  j It'll Ut a littlo ou tho make, too, ynu  i  nee "  !    "Ah"'ho exelnlmod, his gloom llftlnB    _  ].)  tittle,   "I'll pny you the prico of i j,n,H| thnt that altered the cnau and lu>  imurd ftr throe If you'll send thom i T0jvwj j,w forxtveneMs of 0111*'* eh-  CHAPTER II.  HALF hour later, his tall  length stretched under tbe  trees of the wood that skirted  the north side of the Morn-  Ingstar-farmrBrrEinross-gave-vent-to-  his vexation.  "Georgiana Ellery and Daisy Parks!  The daughter of old Prexy and his  niece! Could a man bave worse luck?  Goodby to my liberty! No more doing  as I please and being as uncivilized  and bucolic as primitive man! What  in the name of all the gods, possesses  two such highly civilized beings to  want to spend any time out here?  Why, they can't eat the cooking; It's  out of the .question. I couldn't myself  If I didn't voluntarily suspend consciousness while staving off starvation  ���������n small price to pay for such days of  freedom as I've had! I'd think these  girls were pursuing rae If I didn't know  they were not. But" he groaned,  "they'll think It a Jolly lark to find me  here! They'll get out of It all there la  In It Damn!"  He thumped tho ground,  "I'll take care that there'll be precious  littlo In It for them.   I'm not going to  bo bullyragged Into spoiling my vacation by two ducky girls!"  Such tlio misanthropic sentiments and  such tho lnnguago with which Peter  Kinross fucod a situation complicated  by tho fact that tho expected arrivals  were tho daughter nnd nloco respectively of the president of tho collego In  which ho himself was tho professor of  psychology, t  Dr. Kinross, howovor, hnd novor seen  olthor of theso girls, Inasmuch ns during tho past yonr Blnco ho hnd taken  tho chair of psychology thoy had both  boon away nt a woman's collogo. But  ho hnd hoard a groat doal nbout Miss  Ellory, tho president's daughter. And  somo of Kinross' follow professors who  woro apt to bndgor him on his hardness of heart toward tho gentler sex  had predicted his speedy surrender to  tho beauty, culture uud wcaltti of Miss  Hllory whon sho should return to cnb  logo.  "It will do mo good to soo hor turn  you down," the professor of literature  had declared with fueling, spunking out  of the doptli of his own blltor experience at the hnnds of tho fair Georglana,  Hut these predictions hnd mndo so  littlo Impression upon Klurosx that with  the lininodiuto prospoct of mooting Mlas  Ellory the only Interest lit* felt In hor  waa a curiosity to uuilomtaiid the mya*  tory of tier having chosen to come to  the Morningstar farm to Hpond hor  summer vnontlon-n girl notoriously  J fastidious In her tastes nnd ho much of  ! n hollo among tho clevur men of tlio  eollego faculty thnt her voluntarily  coming to bury huwilf In such an out  of the way place as thla fnrm soometl  to hlm a second mystery thrust upon  his unwilling contomplntloii and oal*  C.llllllHl    III   M.ptirhllitJ   (hill   Olllll    !..>.>  .Icry (tt the girt V.mdoo. which tn tho  past fortnight had Ihioii constantly nr-  resting his attention,  Tho truth about Dr, Kinross wns that  ������ was a I raid of young glr!������  tcuiuwti.iieos or his boyhood uud youth  | una tontJod to pervert a natural super*  MMiHltlvemiiM  into  nn awkward uud  element disturbing to all intellectual  labor or anything else in bis life that  was really worth while.  His social life at Mcckville college  had beeu a continual battle lu trying  (on the whole valuly) to elude the flattering attentions society wa.s determined to heap upon the good looking  new young professor who had the very  unusual attraction of a comparatively  large Independent, fortune. The fact  that he was difficult aud elusive only  added zest to the quest  And  yet there  really   lived  In  the  background of his consciousness, hard  ly recognized.by himself, an Ideal love  a  passiouute yearning  to be  met.  to  find a perfect comradeship. He did no;  himself know how deep was the longing and the need in his soul for some  relation in life in which his strongly  emotional nature could find outlet.  ~~So~faT~wf������ra"ber"from~conceiving-the-'  possibility of discovering in the nota-  cbly charming and gifted Miss Ellery  his soul's  Inevitable  companion  that  there came to him as he lay on his  back gazing up Into the trees of the  old forest a grotesque plot for eluding  the society of the expected damsels  and insuring the continuance of his  freedom,  "I swear I'll do it!" he exclaimed  and his shout of laughter nt the origi  nal  amusement  he  foresaw   iu   his  scheme echoed through the woods.  "It will give rae a chance," he reflected, "to study the psychology ot tlie  youthful feminine such as rarely  comes to a philosopher! An opportunity to observe it at first hand whon  it is off its guard and quite unveiled!  Hero's sport!"  But the young ladles would arrive  nt noon, Thero was no time to be lost  Ho sprang from the ground, gathered  up the books that were his dally companions In his rambles and started for  the fnrm.  On his way ho speculated ns to  whether tho Mornlngstars would bear  him out in bis plot Ho foresaw tho  stupefaction of their unimaginative  minds boforo his behavior, Aud Eunice-would this galvanize hor Into  somo signs of nnlmntlon? If, before  the role ho was nbout to piny, thnt  girl could possibly maintain tho aloof-  noss, tho apparent unconsciousness of  whnt wns undor hor oyos, tho blind,  donf and dumb domoanor that Bhe bud  kept up ovor since ho hnd come to  this plnco���������If sho kept lt up now-  woll, in thnt enso there would bo nothing left to do but cast off all reserve  and domand that sho explain herself,  (To bo Continued,)  The Forerunner of the Present Federal-  House at Ottawa  Is Now a Tinir  Ramshackle Building In Frontenac-  County���������Legislative Assembly and  Council Then Stood For Common*  and Senate Respectively.  The Parliament now sitting in that-  magnificent building that crowns old  Barracks Hill,  Ottawa, is the direct  descendant oi the first Parliaments ot'  Upper turn Lower Cuuauu, wnich assembled one hundred   and   seventeen  years  ago  at Aewi'.rK  (.now   iNiagaru,  Ont.), and in the City of Quebec, for  the transaction of the public business  of the two provinces into which Canada had been divided by the Constt-  tutional   Act  passed .by   tbe  British  Parliament in'the preceding year,  la  the manner of its composinon, in its-  procedure of business, in tne rules of  debute, but in a more limited extent,  in  its jurisdiction,  Ibe  Federal  Parliament of to-uuy  is very  similar to������  those    two    Provincial    Parliament*  which  were    the " first   .that  Canaua-  kne'w.   That similarity is aue to the-  fact tbat our earliest, as well as our  later  legislative  bodies  were created  and nioucllecl after the Parliament sitting at Westminster, the great mother  of    free,    representative    institution*  throughout the civilized world.  In thtt-  important matter of legislative jurisdiction there have been, through the-  course  of  our  constitutional  history,,  many changes and readjustments: and  although   our first   Parliaments  were  not given as full powers as are now  ��������� possessed   by   our   whole   legislative-  machinery oi to-day, consisting of the  Federal Parliament   and Legislatures-  of   the  nine   autonomous   provinces.,  still in some respects .they were wider  than the powers of the Federal Parliament,  because now  a certain  portion of the legislative field is assigned  Mouse ot Keys.  Ar nn illustratlun ot the variety of  experience the public service of Can-  ucla   repiesonis   it   Is   intere*tlii|������  to  know tliat tho newly-appointed clerk  of tlio LefiUli.tivi' Assembly ol Alberta, Mr, John Unhurt Cowell, J.l'��������� u  a viteran olllcial of the Government  of the Iflt! ol Man, ol whose unh|Uo  Purlininontnry Institutions readers n|  "The  UeeiiiHler" and  kindred book*  have Honii* idoa, Hi'Hlrli'i beln������ m mem.  ber of  varum*   Uuvornineiit  depart*  incuts, lu tlio I'll' of Moiui, Mr. Co-  well   win*   lor  over   twenty your*   a  niemljcr of tho pieturexiiu* "llotido ot  Keys," tlio punulnr  branch   of the  Li'trisliiinro or lynwald.   Then.' is no  l.t'tiiHliitiire  under   iho    liritiidi   Hag  when.' the work ol legislation is ludg-  I ed about with more saleguiirds in the  1 Bluipe uf formalities than that ol tin-*  Isle of Man.   I*'nr limtiinei', blllit, alter having  pitssotj   IhiHi   Mouse*  are  signed by III-1 tiioiuhern, nnd then sent  tor tlio Hoyul Arteut,  The ������l(iuaturt'S  ubi������it Inolwl't flino,, nt a Hoar iniilnr.  ity of both briineiios���������in the oituu ol  liie  JluiiiM- A   Ki^.-,  ibiiiivti  viil  ij\  the complete momberidiip ot twenty-  four.   Alter rcoi'tving the Royal An*  sent, bills do hut  becuine law until  All the | they  have been  promulgated  in tlio  gonial tlionio of her own daughter, us j panful self consciousness In the pro*  sho Jealously observed thnt tlie mention  of Kunlce seemed to nrrost tho wunder*  lug attention of hor hoarer.  "And Ollle  she knows Just tho right words to put  lu-hut sometimes she's so stubborn  bended fur mo ahe won't oonworso-  llko what sho's boon since you como.  Uut to lw auro," sbe conceded, "If you  llko 'om iwttor quiet"-    Kho paused  uncertainly, hut her look nml tone lm*  once of women. His mothor having  tiled lu his Infancy, his ai*<)u-iliitn������co  with the fomlnlno sex In Ids childhood  lintl boon almost entirely poiilliiod to  the negro servants of his father's house-  hold. With his Incipient manhood ho  hnd developed, through uiifiunillartty  of Intorcoiirso, an a wo of girls thnt  had cutiHitl him untold sufferings If  forced Into nny ennvnrmttlonnl ratponsi*  ; unities with thom.  The social ease and fluency ot his  Miiglihli and  Manx  language* on Iho  Ty.'-u.';! !   II1!!   "*"1   *l   f"*-������!lli������it.>   liter.  of has bet'ii #lgiit'il bv tin* Uovomof  tni'l Speako. ol the Houso ot Keys.  After hl������ long publlo gorviot) in a  country where mioh oxenptlnnul ru������  snoot lor Itiruutlity Is enforced, Mr,  t.W'll, as the ohiel ollleor ot tlio Alberta Legislative Assembly, ������ not  likely, without i. vigorous nrotct, to  allow any ol the supposed Irti-auJ*  easy tendencies in tlio tar west to  inierlere with tint inainlunmice ol  I'lirliiniii'iitary decorum iu Alberta's  iiiluut Parliament,  Thi" Ilsjjhstit,  The only pais of tho elephant to ������  walk, which Is capable of being In-  %. ** M.M, Mill IUMI..I w **.*, ������f"t- *���������������* ������"u -*���������'��������� "r  _ v������<>'������4 "������ ������������ ���������������������*��������������� ������' timr" <*-m*-  to the Provincial Legislatures into*  which the Federal Parliament cannot'  enter. For instance, the Legislature*-  have exclusive jurisdiction over matters* relating to property and civil-  rights and io questions of a purei.v  local nature, The first Parliaments,  of Upper and Lower Canada wen:,  within thc scope of their powers, tht:  only legislative bodies for the respective provinces in which they were setup,  Simcoe had selected Newark, now  known as Niagara, as tho capitul oi  Upper Canada, It wus not much more  'than a villagu, but as at that time-  tho principal settled portions of Upper"  Canada* were in the Niagara peninsula .and tho adjoining districts, Newark was held to bt) tho bust place,.  A village had grown up at Kingston,,  and in several of tho surrounding;  townships settlement had boon made,  but Kingston was thought to be too-  far oast lor u provincial capital,  According    to    Duncan    Campbell  Scott, the biographer of Simcoe, th *  first session ot the Upper Onnndian.  Parliament 'mot in  a  rough wooden,  buildinc known   an  thu Freemasons.  Hall.   There*on S.-pt. 17, 17112, gathered the iiioniborH of the Legislative  Council and of the ilousn of Assenthi,v,  and nt high noon, uceoinpauied by it  guard  of  honor fnoni  the Uth  Kcgi-  in.mt, stationed at Newark, Lieutenant-Governor iSiiiicoi; proceeded to the  Hull  and  opened   tlio  seasioii  by  a.  speech from the throne,   It was tui-  drossod  to  "Honorable genlleinuii ot.  tho Legislative Council anil gentleman,  of llie  House oi Assembly." .if th..*  words  "Legislative   Council"  ba  re-  placed by tlic word Somite und tli'  wonl "Assembly" bo replaced by tho>  word  Commons,  tin) lonnuln  vvoulu  be exactly the sarno as that usod u  few weeks ago by His Kxcollency Kan  Grey in his speech Irotn thu throne,  The   seojie   at  that   llrst   opeuuii;.  writes Mr. Scott, wns a notnbio om.  '"Ihe friinio ui which tlio moving picture was wt was worthy of (he nub*  jecti the little, nieho out in tlai lured  nt tint ud go oi tlm river  ivhoru Dm  great lake swept away io the horixoit,  U|K)i) every side the untouched forest,  trucked wltii  patlu lead iug tliroug'.i  tlio  wildorutws  to  waterways  whic.i  lay  like noouus  impcailcd  lu  it  setting of  emerald.    ,   ,    ,    With  us-  Ure at elroutiMtnnco ns oould bo summoned, Sliucoe hnd arranged tho drama,   It won n nthiintiwo of Westmins-  ter mi tlio breast nt the wilderness, '  Having diiihuliy   Hsu-nud   to   tlitf  speech    (ruin   llie   throne   thu   tu������  bianohos of the Legislature returned  iu il>' li  i..ij'. -'���������','������������������    A. ;;:.\i.:'.., v.blc.i.  in   tact,   were  burn   rooms   provided  With rough hunches and tables, umt  took up their icuislutivu duties,   Tlu  Npoukor of Iho CVitiucil wu������ appointed  as  Is to-day the Speaker ot the  Senate; anil  thu llrst  to hold  that  ollice  wus Chief Justice Osgoodu, fur  jllUg'n Uli'll. .Hit) iul  ,| nuiltUi HI >v'al,-i  ultorwiiriis, wero purmitted to hold  scuts iu I'ariiauient and be ineinbeii  of the fluvi'riuiiont, tno, Legislative  and judicial duties had not yot boon  separated. Tlio contra! provincial l������w  courts i't Ontario ure today called.  Osgoodc Hull iu lienor of this 11'-t  tip. Ai i aim eitiinciit judge. For iu  Speuker the House of Assembly elect*  ! od Mr. Jiihn Miifiihuiald, of Hloii-  gurry, and ('apt. John Law was appointed serBt'iuit-Ht-aruis. Tho sitting  ol the House wus opened by prescribed prayers oliorcd by Itev. Ur. Aum-  ������on.  ,���������.,,,,,   ,..,   ,���������,,-,;   ,,   f,���������,,,   ��������� -, voivitj   orr  iur������miHwi.  w.   ..,...- ~  w,*- ,     -|-j|p ptH-tui   puna  una  tittetiey  on   in*     *vnin,   wtti'-ti  i* ������-n|iniiitr of   iw.iiu   mt  H.inl ii... it. mine and let me continue   blooey In refusing to display hor con* | rnimgi������r brother, Burton, aoetned to To- I oronswl to u fast sbultle of about Uf  io tt.ivo iin* run of tho plnco In jwitre  Mr* Mt.rnlTigstar's fnt face ������trew  mug In antntiWlimont Huoh a reckless  nol iippnroutly pointless wnste of  'ii'Miej  was a thing Incomprehensible  venwtlonul powera. i (0r lu thoso dnyt a height of nohleve-  "Kunlee haa had no acboollnit alnea j nm���������t to which he looked up wltb envy  ahe wua twelve yenlis old?" Kinross nn(j ndnilratton. But Hiirton's view ot  Instantly asked wben Mra. Morning- j ,|���������. v������rlatlon between them waa rue-  stur's tMiitalutr to take broulh save biui  i���������,|t ViutvnKod one dar tu Miu* U'ol-  toori miles an fimir for a very abort  distance, The elephant can neither  trof, canter nor ara Hop, nor cuo If make  Tradts md OIisoim.  Hrewi-r.e. Hml la.itierif* sud prtnu  Ing ink tuctori'-s coulor oxvmpuok  Irom lulMfrciilusi*. und eiuployes   in  tbe smulleat sprhiB either lu tt verUtuI! ,u,l",,;,i" ������;,^"fi*'" "l'vvt m.vo rlieit-  or n liorlw-btul airwtloii, mm inn ^1^.:  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  it  tother Modern Miracle  'aralysis Permanently Cured  they made   a remarkable   change   in'    "Can   you  keep  anything.on your  me.   I was able to get out'of bod andi| stomach?" the ship's doctor asked.  "No, sir," he ratvrried. feebly, "nothing but my hand;"���������Ladies' Home  Journal.  CURED  HER  KIDNEYS.  Mrs, John Pettigrew, of Central  Economy, N.S., was practically helpless from Rheumatism. 9  She could not stoop, and her limbs  ached so that it was torture for her j if you would have a third or a fourth,  Elephant Meat  That people will eat elephant meat  with a relish has been proved by a  _ butcher in Frankfort-on-the-Main, to  I his own profit and without the knowledge of his customers. This enter-'  i prisinp tradesman learned that a vici-j  -���������r  mm n       i       j ��������������������� m  ��������� *. *    i������ ������ . .     ous  elephant in the  Ghent  Zoologi-j  f g Sufferer Paralysed From Waist to Feet���������Encased in jcai gardens was to be knied and made  \Y Piaster of Paris for Nine Months-Dr. Williams' PinK! I "<EiS ^St tSffiSm'j  ;     Pills Cure After Four Doctors Had Failed-The Cure i^^t^u^wi ttTofTJl  Vouched for by a Well Known Clergyman. isood p"cc  I Paralysis, no matter how slight, is a  ^rrible affliction, but to be paralyzed  rom waist to the feet,, to bc a helpless  ripple, totally dependent upon what  liters do for you, is a condition as  rretched as man could possibly bear,  luch was the state ol Mr. Allan J, Mc  ),onnld, of Rice Point. P.E.I. For over  Ayenr he wns a helpless in-valid. He  fas paralysed from his waist to his  e&t and for nine months lay in b������d  incased in a plaster of paris cast,  ���������"our of the best doctors in Prince  3d\vnrd Island were unabie to help  -'fan nnd he seemed doomed for a life  if 'misery and despair. But hope  [f.me to 'him when he read of what  !jr, Williams' Pink Pills had done  it other sufferers from paralysis. He  I'ocured a sunoly of +be Pills and be-  I n taking them. Gradually they  ? oke the chains'of disease that bound  fym, and filled the whole body with  |[,'.w blood, life and vigor Mr. McDonald says:���������"I am a farmer and in  ''���������.^sequence have a grest deal of hard  (ork to do. One day while about my  'ork I iniurod my back, but at the  f me 1 naid little attention, to the in-  .iry and continued my wotfk. As time  (i'ent on, though, the pain became  ] pro seven-1 and I s������on found myself  I i-V.e to lift anything no matter how  ���������rght. It wns rot, lo^g before I had  4, stoo work altogether and consult  M doctor. He treated me but his  ^"itment did not help me. and I ran-  jlly grew worse. I had to take, to  f.'v bod, and in the hone that my spine  $ieht receive strength I was encased  i|i a plaster of parts cast. This did  ������*>t Tio'lo me  and I could    feel    the  ���������ralysis slowlv creeping over me  111 I was totally .paralysed from,my  'vst to >ny fQet.   I' 1o=t all control  -or tny bowels apd blndder and my  fces had no more feeling than if tbey  fcre ma^e of wood.   Three other doe.  2s  strived   to  cure  me,   but  their  tatment-also was a failure, and for  |/en months I lay in bed unable to  ve.   Dr. Williams' Pink Pills were  advised and I ->\r.|is shown testi-  inials of others who had been cured  fnaroJysifl-t'lVroucrh-theiTT:���������I���������boutrhfr  Baby Smiles���������  When He Takes  i9,  crawl along the floor on my hands  and knees. Gradually my limbs became stronger. Soon 1 could walk  with thc aid of a cane and inside of  nine months after I had begun the  use of the Pills I was totally cured,  and once more able to do light work.  Now I urn as strong as ever I was  and can do my work about the farm  without the least trouble. I think Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills are without an  equal, for, besides my own case, I  know of two oth'3)- cases of'-paralysis  cured by them. Two young girls who  had been cripples and whom I advised to try the Pills."  In corroboration of what Mr. McDonald says, the Rev. D. MacLean, of  Charlottetown, P.E.I,, writes:���������"I visited Mr. McDonald may times during his illness. He was attended by  three or more doctors and put in plaster of paris, and everything imaginable  which might be of benefit was done  for him without success. He had lost  all power of his body from his waist  down and I think he was nearly a  year under treatment before he began  to use Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I  was with him the first day he moved  his big toe and from that time on he  gradually improved and for. the last  few years Ije has been perfectly well.  I can vouch, for the cure Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills effected in his case."  If you ate sick and the treatment  you are now taking does not help  you, give Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a  fair trial. They have cured thousands  after doctors and other medical treatment had hopelessly failed. These  Pills actually make new, rich, red  blood, feed the starved nerves and  bring health and strength to every I it trivial  part of the body. This is why Dr.j  Williams' Pink'Pills cure such' apparently hopeless cases as Mr. McDonald's, aiid it is why they have  cured thousands and thousands of  sick, discouraged people in every part  of the world. Sold by all medicine  dealers or by mail at 50 cents a box or  si-x-h6xft8-tbr-$^fi()'ifromHPhe-Br7-Wil=*  CURE  Ml &l$t nlWial TMt (������ttCtt*%K  So pleuant that lie like* it���������tnd csntuns no opi-  Ua. There u nolSing like it (or Bronchitu,  Aithma and all troubles of thc throat and lung*.  A Stiidatd Remedy ior hail a century.   All DruggUtat aa Cawta  SUFFRAGETTE GROWTH.  According to Taste  The teacher was giving her class  their first lesson in fractions. An object lesson seemed to be desirable.  "Mary McCauley," she said, "if  there was a mince pie on your dinner table, and your mother asked you  to be up and around the house.  .As Mrs. Pettigrew'put it, "I was all  crippled up. I saw Gin. Pills advertised and sent for them, and after taking only two boxes, am a different  woman. Gin Pills are the only things  that helped me, and,I cannot say too  much for them."  If you have that dreadful pain in  the back���������if you are tortured with  Rheumatism���������get Gin Pills at, once.  Write National Drug and Chemical  Co., (Dept. N.U.), Toronto, for free  sample. Regular size at dealers���������50  cents a box���������6 for $2.50. ��������� .  "When ari you going to pay me for  those wigs you had from me two years  ago?" asked an cnxious stage costumier. "Laddie," replied the man of  tragedy, "I'm an - actor, not a  prophet."  what would you say?"  "A fourth," said Mary.  Some of the children tittered, and  the teacher asked, "Why would you  have a fourth?"  -'"Cause," said Mary, "I don't like  mince pie."���������Lippincott's.  Shlahh-Gupe  quickly slop* coughs, ems��������� eold*, be*1*  tha  throat and   lung*. ���������   ���������   ���������  25 cents.  Kind Lady���������I hone your sick husband is cheerful, Mrs. Biggs.  Poor Woman���������Oh yes, ma'am. He's  one o' them hom'eoptimists.  apply and in less than three months I Hams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  !        Question  of  Ownership  j'Sir!" exclaimed the injured party,  in  stuck  your  umbrella  into  my  li."'* .-     ���������  Oh, no,"  replied the cheerful, of-  iler, "you aro mistaken,"  Mistaken?"' demanded    the    irate  i.   "You idiot!   I know when my  j'is hurt, I think!'1  /Doubtless," replied the cheerful of-  /der, "but you don't know my ura*  ,)lla.   1 borrowed this one from a  lend.   Good clay."  (iAn Easy Pill to Take.���������Some persons  inve repugnance to pills because of  their nauseating   taste.     Parmelee's  '/egetabjje Pills are so prepared as to  i lake them agreeable to tho most fas-  j idjous.   The most delicute can take  j hem without feeling   the   revulsion  | hat follows the  taking of ordinary  j ills.   This is ono reason for the popu-  'iiilty of these celebrated pills, hut the  ' lain reason   is   their high   tonical  ualiity ns a medicine for tho stomach,  Toachor���������Jimmy, you look very palo  lite morning.   Are you illP  Jimmy-No, ma'am, Ma washed my  .'aco this morning herself,���������Woman's  Homo Companion,  Mlnard'ti Liniment Cure* Dlphtharla.  i Towno���������Woll, woll, tho idoa of his  p'jiirryinii Miss Goldoy    Why, he's a  I'upoptic,  Hrowno���������What has that to do with  ?   SIio'h got plenty of monoy, and  Trite Mercy  "Did you remember what I told you  about being kind to dumb animals?"  asked the teacher. "Yes'em," replied  Jimmy Jiggs. '"As soon as I got home  ���������I took the blanket and blue ribbon  off of ma's pet poodle and turned him  loose and let him chase a cat up a  tree."���������Washington Star.  .  Little Mary sat. seriously thinking  out some hard problems, when she remarked, "Grandma, I don't know yet  which I'll be���������a ,nr.rse of a store-  keeper, or get married and be nothing."  Stocking Dye Caused Poison  A case, at Kingston shows vividly  the danger of neglecting to apply  Zam-Buk to a cut or sore. Mrs. A.  Harrison, living in Place d'Armes,  while attending to her household  duties, struck her ankle against a  oharp projection on the furniture. She  took no notice of the injury, deeming  In a day or two the ankle  began to' swell and cause excessive  pain. A doctor, called in, found that  dye from her stocking had entered  the wound and set up blood poison.  Treatment with Zam-Buk followed,  hut it was several days before the  limb was out of danger. "Had it not  been for the powerful antiseptic pro  pIrfo?ir^f~Za!Ti^alraT53~its~lx'ee"  healing virtues, the wound might have  had., a very serious result," says Mrs.  Harrison. "But I believe if I had applied Zam-Buk at the time of the injury, it would have, prevented the  blood-poisoning altogether."  Nell���������He's a college boy.  7)ille���������I thought, so.  Nell���������From his conversation.  Belle���������I  was too busy listening to  his clothes to hear what he had to say. siderable feeling?  .luck���������Not so I  A bottle of Bickle's Anti-Consumptive SyniT), taken according_ to directions, will subdue a cough in a short  time. This ass^rMon can be verified  bv hundreds who have tried it and are  pleased to bear testimony to its merits,  so that all may k'iow what a splendid  medicine it is. It costs you only .25  cents, to join the ranks of the many  who have been benefitted by its use.  He���������If you refuse me I shall go out  and haig myself to the lamp-post in  fiw*t of your house.  Phe���������Now, George, ^you know father  said he would not have you hanging  around here.  Free to Our Readers.  Write Murine Eye Remedy Co., Chicago, for 48-page illustrated Eye Book  I'ree.     Write  all about    Your    Eye  -T-rouble-and.4hey-w.ill-ad.v.ise-as-to4h,e1-W7omen'  Proper Application of the Murine Eye  Remedies in Your Special Case. Your  druggist will tell you that Murine Re-  lii'ves Sore Eyes, Strengthens Weak  Ryes, Doesn't Smart, Soothes Eye  Pain, and sells,for 50c. Try it in Your  E?es and in Baby's Eyea for Scaly  Eyelids and Granulation.  Tom  (at the musicale)���������Don't you  think Miss Screechor sings with con-  Lifebuoy Soan is delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet. For washing underclothing it is unequalh'd,  Cleanses and purifies, tf  The Settlement  Suitor���������What will your father settle on the man who marries you?  The Girl���������Ml tlm rest of the family,  I suppose.���������St. Louis Timesv  'ilTownc���������That's just it.   Sho'U novor  ;roo with hitn j she's too rich.  PILES CURED IN 6 to 14 DAYS  PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to  cure any   case   of   Itching,    Blind,  [Hooding or Protruding Piles in 0 to  14 dftya or money refunded,   50c,  SUFFERED FOR  .    SIX LONG YEARS  THEN     DODD'S    KIDNEY    PILLS  CURED MRS.  RICHARD'S     '  DIABETES.  can notice it.. If  she had any feeling for the rest of us  she wouldn't sing ht all.  When an undue amount  of nervous energy is used iu  the brain there i������ certain to be  failure in the other functions  thf the bcidv.  < Distortion ia Im^crfoct-tho head  flCiiv\*-j>JU Cmiimul flix-p-you Income norvotm nnd Irrttabfo���������you aro  cully oxcltod and quickly tlrod-  your memory falU and you cannot  concoutruto the rated.  Dr������A. W. Chase's  Nerve Food  la a creator of now, rich, red blood  and henco a buUdor-up of tho ner-  voua nyatom.  "*       " taMtlwItlMipidalhr  lUlMdiuiatnwi-  mwikforihlMrrn  ���������t 1)i������ critlft.1  IHirtad lit lifo  whm Important  T>hy������lolnifioul  lluiniie������������tol.i'..  nf plttoo, lJut  yoa mutt tele  oat tat   Mu*  bwT at) tSmlet*  rrwi*. ���������**  711.  Mr. Scrappington (musingly)���������As  Lincoln said, u man may fool some ol  tho nooplo all the timo and all the  pooplo some of thn time,  Mrs. Scrappington (briskly)���������But  you can't fool me any of the time!  "What did tho poet moan whon ho  called   his country  tho  land  of  tho  iron and tho houso of tho brave?"  "Ho    was    probably    referring   to  incliclors and married men," said old  ..Ir. Sinithors, sadly.-Tlt-Hits.  "Who is that singing so dreadfully  out of tunc"  "It is my wife,"  "nrltaps the ucconipaniat plays out  of tunc"  "anu is accompanying hersoH,"  Not Far Wrong  Minn Outoftown (nt tno city teo, to  ouo of tho set)���������RunUy, I inn so {run*  ���������iiti'd I Do you know when I try to  think of your name I am all at m������a.  I'lfver Woman���������You arc not far  wrong,  My name It Atwater,  This htory of a iiuui with pistols ban  Its witty side.   1'rince Pierre  Bona*  ���������arte and a French Kent It-man, Monsieur tie la Viili'tto, fought, tho latter  firing first and  niinning,    Then  the  , prince fired and hit Dc Lit Valcttc, but  | did not wound him, the bullet hoing  , flattened imainst it flvcfrano plnco cor*  tnini'd In Ills waistcoat pocket.   "Rlr,"  , mini l'riiicc  IJoiutpitrte to Ins iiUvit*  1 <!.ry. hhhtiiv.' nit  h\    hand,  "ht     u-  makn (friends ntul  allow me to enn*  grntuliito you on tho foronight with  which you invented your money!"  Her Rheumatism Also Vanished When  Dodd's Kidney Pills Put Her  Kidneys in Condition to do Their  Work.  East Chosizotcook, Halifax Co,, N.S.  (Special).���������Cured of Diabetes and  Rheumatism from which she had suffered for six years, Mrs, Uonifaca  Richard, woll known here, is joyfully  telling her neighbors that she owes  her health to Dodd's Kidney Pills and  to no other cause,  "My Rheumatism and Diabetes wero  Minard's liniment Co., Limited.  Some 'timo ago I Had a bad attack of  Quinsy which laid me up for two  weeks and cost a lot of money.  Finding the lump again forming in  my throat, I bathed freelv with MINARD'S LINIMENT, and saturating a  cloth with the liniment left it on all  night.  Next morning the swelling was gono  and 1 attributed the warding off of an  attack of quinsoy to the free use of  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  G. F. WORDEN.  St! John.  Tt was the first time that little  Bessie had ever seen a snake, In fascinated intorost sho watched it wriggling along tho ground.     "Mamma,  .������j ..��������� .*"*������������������'-". "���������.���������"inintiinu1.!" nhe cried,    "Come    here;  brought on by a cod and a strain,|,,',,,., u t(Ul  migg\Ug without  any  and though I was .attended hy u doc-j^g,.. **   * '  tor he could not help ino. Alter suffering for six years I made up my  mind to try Dodd's Kidney Pills and  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  io my HurprlM tl ,"y " W me g^l ah 'That is ^XATIVE BROMO QUIN*  most at once Two boxes cured mo JNB. ��������� J;ook for tho'Signature of E,  completely.    I   recommend   thom   to  W* flRO\ h.. u"(ul t'i������ world over to  everybody as a suro euro for Diabetes,  BifluHio and all other  Kidney Din-  I'llHt'S."  Dodd's   Kidney   Pills   curnd   Mr������  Cure a Cold in Ono Day,  There van oncn an old man r.l Key  W.^tj  Richard's   Diabetes  because  Diabetes VV'o enul'l never qnitn button hU vest,  is a Kidney DUeum), and Dodd'h Kid  noy Pills cure all Kidney Diseases,  Mrs, Pichard'H Rheumatism was  oiiUHod by her ilintta������ud Kidneys failing to take thn uric acid out nf her  hlood, When her Kidneys were cured  they strained the uric aold out of her  blood and her Rhmunntl������ni vanished.  M 1stresrt���������.lane, 1 hiiw the milkman  kins you this morning. In future I  will take llm milk In myself.  So he did what'he could.  Ah 'iiioM any man would,  And then trusted to luck for tho re������t.  Bulldfr't* Mnn-'-IH, guv'nnr, that  new row of 'mines In Maple Grove  are fallen down llko a pack ci' cards,"  Btiil<ler~"Mint! Didn't I toll you  not to take tho scaffolding down till  you'd  put thn wall  paper ������o!"  ,, ,   , Hhe���������I hear Miss Chatter In talking  Jani'-TwouMn t hu no tine, uium.j0f gutting married again.  tte'n prominml novor to kiss anybody  but mo.  "Young man," nnld tho pompon* In*  dividual "T did tif.t tihvnvo hnvi> tbU  carriage. When 1 <lr������tt started in life  1 hud to walk,"  "You were lucky," chuckled Ihe  "oulh, "When I Umt utartetl in life  I couldn't walk,"  "Ts tho new filing ������y������tem n sue  con**"  "(irai!"  '"���������ml hovti'n hnnlnfM?"  "0!i, iv 've. i-toppi'd bu.iiiuHU to at-  I nd io the filing syntum,"  WEAK LUNGS  ,   RESTORED BY PSYCHINE.  " PSYCHINE" humtondthotMindi  of pooplo to booytukl Mtlih and mtngth  iiLj^f kv.;iJjJl>i.l.*Jl-".'ift������"lri'������tl������j-t  Uu, Il ii a tonlo ond flwh-huiliUf, con-  tatntng rtmuEiClo proptrlini si ������ blood  puhfiir and gcimicuU, It will atnngthon  awTKial tho waak limp, lon-o out tho  phkgm, and driva aw������y thi cough, no  nutlet ot how long lUnOitig.  "PSYCHINE'' tonaa up tha whoU  lyMam and drivts out da������������ia, hails tha  dacayad liuua and Nitoni loal anaigy. In  um daily will pravant and ward off that  moil itiwlo diattM tonwmptlwt,  Writ* far t Frss liaila.  r*r kit W aU bruit*! i Badm. Mf. * It  Me���������dldn't know she wit* over mar*  rl"  Bhe���������Site wasn't; I said she was  till' in1-' of it  again.  ITyker���������Hronson tells mo he i* taking mud huthn now,  Pyk'T���������Why, I thought he wan out  of politics,  First   English    Measure    Was    Introduced by J. S. Mill.  At the present time the franchise  in general is conceded to women iD  several places in the world, some  states of the neighboring Union, New  Zealand, Australia, Norway and Finland, being among the places where  the full right to vote in all elections  has been granted to women. . In the  United Kingdom women were on  terms of equality with men so far as  the franchise was concerned until  lSfiO, when the House of Commons  definitely and for the first time set  up the franchise applying only to  men.  The first attempt to restore to women the right to vote was made by  John Stuart Mill in 1867. His amendment to the Reform Bill with this object in view was defeated in the  House of Commons by 196 to 73. In  1370 things looked momentarily  brighter for the ladies, when a bill  providing for women's suffrage was  framed by Dr. Pankhurst and introduced in the House of Commons by  John Bright. It passed its second  reading by 33 votes, but was subsequently defeated; Then began an active campaign in Scotland and parts  of England to restore "women's  rights." Florence Nightingale, Harriett Martineau, Mary Carpenter and  two thousand other women petitioned Mr. Gladstone demanding the suffrage, and in 1873 two memorials  favoring the request, signed.by 18,000,  were addressed to Mr. Gladstone and  Mr. Disraeli. The latter expressed  his sympathy with the movement,'  and his hope that the reform would  soon be granted. In 1875 a league of  members of Parliament was formed,  of whom Lord Randolph Churchill  was a prominent member, to oppose  the  enfranchisement  of  women.  From 1870 to .1884 there was an annual attempt to secure the ffSftchise  for women, without success. In the  latter year the Reform Bill was introduced and an amendment in favor  of women's suffrage was opposed by  Mr. Gladstone and defeated.  Since 1903 the agitation has been  growing and the "advanced" o^r violent methods of attracting attention  to the demands of women commenced  with 1S06 and have been carried on  more or less continuously ever since.  Mr. Asquith, who has "been the objective point of so much of the militant effort, placed himself on record  on January 30, 1908, in answer to a  deputation of the National Union of  W7omen-s-Suffrage-Stycietiesr~that~tHe  Government would not take the initiative during that Parliament, adding:  "I do not think you will bring this  change about until you have satisfied  the country that the majority of women are in favor of it, and until you  have made greater way than you  have at present in convincing the  male electorate that it is expedient  not only in the interests of women,  but in the still larger and wider interests of society as a wholo."  Then he met a deputation of 60  Liberal M.P.'s aud told them that the  Government would probably introduce  before the end of Parliament an elec-  toral reform measure which would  admit of an amendment being moved  proposing a measure of women's suf-  frage which would not be resisted by  the Government.  A measure to grant women the right  to vote in municipal matters, \yhem  they wei;e taxpayers���������which has long  boon tho policy iii Canada���������was conceded in Britain in 1907, and Mrs.  Garrett Anderson, M.D., was elected  mayor of Aldoburgh, in 1908, ling,  land's first female mayor. ���������  A Wife For Sale.  Much later than 1323 thero lived a  publican in an Knglish village whom  I know very well. Indued, hu woj  the namesake of a first cousin to a  carpontnr in my constant employ. He  bought his wife for a ntono two gallon  jar of Plymouth gin, if I was informed  aright. Sho luul belonged to a si one-  cutter; but, im he wus dissatisfied  with her, he put up a wiitton notio  in several public places to this effect*  "Notion,���������Thia hero bo to hinform  tho puhlick an how G, C, bo disposed  to Hell liin wiiVn by Auction. Her bo  u dtteent, chuielv woman and ba ot  aire 2.ri  yearn.   The  nalo  he   to take  placo in tha inn Thursday next  at 7 o'clock."-8. Baring Gould's "A  Quiet Village."  An Arctic Dill of Fare.  Tho Knkimon at home in thoir nn*  live iroxan wildn do not boliovn in  oooking. Their moat, bo It mml, flsh,  veniHon, trout, salmon, whale blubber  or eodilnh, they tiovour in its uuturul  raw Htnta und with thn mimo gusto  with which the average small boy  tackles a watermelon.  An for bread and vegetables, Uioy  have none of them, 'lliey not thoir  seal oil lamp* going, sunpend h houp*  atone dial) filled with snow over it,  and with the wider thiw obtained they  mix i.n et|tial quantity of moliumes  procured irmn tin Hudson Huy Co.  ihnt they think ami am happy, That  in the sum total of un Arctic cuUiiui.  ������������������Wesii.'iimttt'r ilaxetm,  DOCTOR'S  PRESCRIPTION.  Looking for The Wishbone  Boarding Mistress-^Is there anything wrong with that egg, Mr. Four-  per? I see you according it a very  critical examination.  Mr. Fourper���������Oh, not anything  wrong with the egg, Mrs. Skimpem.  I was just looking for the wishbone,  that's all���������Tit-Bits.  Minard's Liniment cures garget in cows  Sociologist���������Do you have much  trouble keenincr up the revenue.���������Milwaukee Journal.  Whether the corn be of old or new  erowth, it reust yield to Holloway's  Corn Cure, the simnlest and best cure  offered to the public.  A sleener from the Amazon  Put nighties of his grammazon-  The reason, that  He was too fat  To get his own pajamazon!  UNSIGHTLY. COMPLEXIONS,  The constant use of Cuticura Soan,  assisted bv Cuticura Ointment, for  toilet, bath and nursery purposes, not  only nreserves, purifies and beautifies  the skin, scalp, hair and hands, hut  prevents inflammation, irritation and  clogging of the pores, the common  B^t^BTlfTliWplH^b'lTOlPhKinT.BTTBtlTli'HBS-  anrl ��������� roughness. ' yellow, oily, riiothy  p.nd other unwholesome conditions of  the complexion���������nnd skin. All who delight in a oloRr skin, soft white hands,  a clean v-boleso-me scaln and live  glossv hair, will find Cuticura Soao  and Ointment most successful in realizing every expectation.  "What, pto vou doing .on the ton of  that tT"0, Mike? Don't you know that  it''* boing ent down?"  "Yen, yonr honor. The l������st toime  ye had a tree cut down it fell on ton  of ron nnd, begorra, Oil be safe this  toime!"  REGULARITY ��������� ���������  of the bowels in an absolute necessity for good health. Unloss the  waste matter from the food which  collects there is got rid of at least  onco a day, it decays and poisons  tho wholo body, causing biliousness, indigestion and sick headaches. Suits and other harsh  mineral purgatives irritate tho  delicate lining of tho bowels, I)r.  Morse's Indian Root Pills���������entirely vegotuble���������rogulato the bowels  , effectively without weukoning, hick-  cuing or griping.   Use  DR. MORSE'S  INDIAN    ROOT    PILLS  Shoe Boils, Capped  Hock, Bursitis  ur* hard to euro, yet  BINE  /VBSOR  will lamnve Ihem fttf Uni* no bl*m<  lili.    Duel not ulUttir or rvtnoTO  thebiilr. ��������� hnu anr ri.ffor iwilllnr. n������ria a*u  baworkatt, li w) p������r bouit.dillmea.Uosk ������I) lti������,  AnioBmy& ���������  Fnr Bull! "  V������rlcM*  e,  Bmyii, jn.. jmanklnd, n.oo ti<nti*,)  , luultji, OM'ftore*, fcwtlllnti, Uoiire,  V-.|ni,V-trl������"'������''.������, >ii������m Pile.  f* *W\IiVi* L* .'*>,*, *'i, ������������ftaHt������M. Nail,  LVtliai Ul��������� ntatnil, t,���������tlt* itmtt.  Ilia liralikil ly mini* in* I *j**������ ������*., WMim;  Tm IiiimiI (rat I caanlaal Ci��������� WImI*mi **l CiHmr;  tii Untttttt lm, Ci, IU., Vimmr.  WANTED  WANTKD-Ladies to do plain and  light sewing at homo, wholo or spurn  time; good pay; work mint any din-  tance, charges paid, fiend wtnnip for  full particular*. National Manufacturing Co,, Montreal.  o you trap or buy  ut������/1 nm Canada's  "None Gunranttad Without Label"  Cannibal Kind���������There's uoing to \m  ���������rottblft for   nomo   onn   nround horo  mnn.  Cliff���������What la wronff. your majcatyf  Kinir���������I won't atimrt for nny more nf  . th* miatlowiric* thoy ate unndintr out  iherc without tho pure food label.  Like AH Mankind  T T V       ' ' '"    T T    *  it' I '.,, ,,,,,.,    ....    I     ,-��������������������������� .    ..  yonr feet '  Hltc���������Viai ire just like aU tin  ������������������you main! "ii pulling thing-* when;  h woman wMI hn"t> to pick them up  after you,  .lu lire.  men t  An Old-Time Adv*rtl������cmant.  Tn itl'l   newspaper*   tho   mlvertiao*  ui-iii* make iiitun'iuinw r.*titiiiig.  lluro  m, ..- .;-.*.- 'D. I -. ���������-'; I' ������������������ ������������������'���������'���������- A  17s5- "ltnn Away.- Wh T'lin 'lltomiui  Willir.rtwi, Appremict' to J ..n ClnrK ol  Hiit-1 II say y������, John.-   fc^ (|,,��������� ,,,.niiuili )l;l,, r������������������ .,rtuy f���������(l)1          _ Win Kiiitl miiH'er'n .i.Tvi'i* .'tel tett b*on  \ ..   , I  , ' f,     . tv, ,,.   ,     ,r-    it f, .   I.;'-,)  'limiii.'-i. Wi.;i.*.iu.i mil r.'lurn i</ hit  mi.att'i'i s-ivii"' wiihiti thr-'" iniiritlih  hi'Iit tii" tl.it' o( init* it'iv.-rUx.-ntenl  lie will b' km Uy r������t*'iv,*.!, mid who*  fVet batb >rn imu ui'i i tin.- imiictt will  bt j������ru*-������*������t.-tl t.t tiif law il.t.tts."  FURS  AT A. . ^^ pr*������i ohanroai ramlt  promptlr. Alio tarvait S������al*r In Raifhldai,  HhafMktoa,ate. guoutlooiand iblpplng tail  nnt free, i rr  " ^p  ���������JOHN HALLAM, TORONTO  ������������!*������ dealer, In.y  SilRhaitprloaa. Yonr  hlpmtnti ������ollc  pay moll and   i ii   vmii   luiim   i) i*  itii"   1 it nt  catch  anything tlinui-'li kin**  Km.  nt'otili  illu?  Ma''t"'-**>h, 1 don't think >���������<>. See  how oft"ii you've been kl-v.'il nnd yon  havo inv'T t'ltiight iinyboily jvt.  MAKIM CANADA  %OYl������  YEASh  CAKES  Moit Ptrfict Made  Quatt Again .  A Hi*"'-ni"n lot.k rt rt AinericKti mid n  Imr fitel asked him what h" would,  taki. "I ���������:���������:��������� ' I'll till..- fh-mpa-i;. ."  the Vanki" aimw������*r������*������l. "Then y can  mien* n'.'aiu, ������nd g������"������i������ comcthing  nerinr tuppeiic thU time."  A   "W'n'ry"  VAnrldrnr*. '  At li arrogate V.ng., tin* ntlcr tiny, |  n ������ti..',ti.!illin.' I'.ut !.������������������!''���������������������������> ti tw.. twyi '  r-"iull<'il in an "Vir.i"Mt;i':ry iin-ttv-'  ������>ry. In a -���������iu������li:t| which lirt������k������ j  ������i2������ir>������l a ly'- )������Ay wa* found n\  tivf>p������������������n.l liitik   I hmrlaiid n*������v% etf \  R.Ur. mmJt Al*.. ' d'.r-t-I ������itl th- h-f'V With tl tliri#* "J. '  ������.    ������...    ..i I   ,   ,,1    ,     .* !LiHu.*Ull."    litjmtlly  curloua   Utho  Tie- ^if*- -   ! M.I all fc-.n'f vMaith' ^t that  tin-  ii.v...- <d  Do* )������*)   ������ho  In mv hiiihitml when I marrn-tl hitn."; r.���������t fr]��������� ���������,rt,,h-tll *���������*.* .Intoe* Wfrit^r. '  I   lh" ^'.''"AU'' ?owK'    ������ A ������*���������*-' ������������������** n������n.e nl th" b>y ������houi  It;  'that marring.' waa a (treat faith cur������."  ���������*,������������������.^j m odd Math ������������������.!.  SOLD AND USED  EVERYWHERE  incklMit!  lE.w.crurrrco,LTt>.j  ONT. *
}<:. C. Emde, dealer  in   stoves!
and ranges;  also plumbing   and i
I pipe fitting and general repairing]
Third Street.
ORDER TO KE i ; '.? S L\"C.
Those owing <<n accounts are requested to make prompt
������*<���*) >ai ***n
The Rujht Price
Furniture Store,
Tlie City Council met in  regu
Lir session   on'Monday   evening
inst, there   being  present   Aldermen Stewart.   3-1 cLed.   ytoddart,
llornn! and the Mayor.
Tin* minutes of previous   meet-
ing were road and adopted.
A communication u.is  received
from M, Manson, M, i'.   P., Stat
imr tln-.r, 'he iroverniht-nr wore pre-
to to *
paring plans and cosi  "f   the en-
tire sewerage system,   'l-'he   plan*
O ��� **
will ba ready iu ubi.u*. leu days.
Returning    Officer   Mek.inzion,
announced tlie   electi"ii ui   Jame*
Brown \>v acclamation   us   Alder
man I'oi North Wa'.-'A
, -tCon^UibleGray's ivpoi*t. Scavenger. #111.75; Nigh! Watchman,
kc.O0:;'.Ilali Rent    12..C0.
r_���"Aei-'diinTsTT^ectrie ZTiglTf-Gpt
��d"S.SO: li. Grant & ����� o. ��4..50;
Inspection'.of Si-ales, *i,U0.
A. MoKinaoa
The ladies of Bt. .George's
Presbyterian elmreh intend- holding a 8.*ile of. work, on Tuesday
following tlie April pay. Full particulars later.
FOR SALE���William Hutton is
prepared to supply blocks and cord-
wood. Orders left at the Star
Livery Stable and Kilputriek's
Stables, will receive prompt attention.
���el <
���ll i
t>r v
er I
Aid. Stoddart ni.'ived tbat. n-
uiendnietit to liquor license by-lu��'
tr-dling ."or all bars to bu at the
i'ront of tlie premise* be recinded.
Tii re being no second* r lo the motion, tlie mutter was dropped for
the pin.-v.-in".
Mr. Willurd on behalf   of   tlie
.Mernhnnts Association  ;v*.ked   for
the use of   council eluMiiber   for
the meeting of that  body  onee or
twice a  month.  Alderman  Stod-
darr objeotud to granting  tlie use
of eii at obei* five of   elnnge.   "Mr, |
Willard riitid tliftt   III-   iini'clmiits'
uni not -nd; it free of eimrge. Aid.
Siodtlnn moved seconded hy Aid,
Stewart Unit the nun of   room   be
granted and tlint the nut  be   left
with liuiuiee committee - Curried,
Mi-, .1. I'l'iiee on benalf of the
liniineu, again asked for tbo e.v.du-
wo ,u*i* of the Firu I-I -ill  and wan
iulbrnied  tiu'tas kmui ns :-uitilblu
jn'vinUes enn bu wound   for   the
I miid, TiKjut'Bt would be grimied.
There luting no further- biiMiiei-s
thr council adjourned.
Tlie -mind secretary of 13. C
Orangemen reports that during the
past-year seven new primary lod-
irea have been opened as iollows:
No. 2U82 ��t South Vancouver,
20851 at Galena.. 2095 at '.Crestoti.
2102-at Prineeton, nnd lodges to
which no numbers have been assigned at   Duncan,   Henley   iim
ters have been organized at Mer-
ritl. and Keremeos. All these are
the . results of ..Organizer Wlute-
ley's work.
nn jippli��ut��)o will be made to tlie
Leia-iltuivti Assombly of. the I'rovinee oi
Hniish Cohimbh at ita next fi<n��ion   for
m Act to i'lforpura o      Ciniipiuiv with
powtr tn t*n)!n{ji> ui and curvy mi a vonor-
nl lo��jjiii(j bu-ineis itnd wt.rks muiilrtiUl
thereto   by dtmkey oii-onea   or   other
itiaciiiitory     or       iiifichimical       tooiiok
operated by steam or o'lioi- po��-t>r; aud
with power to cjiuiruct, oqinj-.i mVntaiu
any   uilwuy or t<nm��av <{ Aun..u'd  or
other gunge to ba opera ed by steara, elec
tiiet'y   or ot'ior   motive power tor  the
aoiiVriyjiico   A   p isswi^ors   and     ft'i-.iijld
ft-.m   a point ou ihe forefchoro i.i   Comox
Hatbour.  Comox Ditt-ttat, Vaocouver Islaud mtuute about 750 f��Rt East.from   iht*
south east'iily comer of Lot S-2, theuoe run
oitig in ;t jjcnernl norll) westerly direction
f.tr a distnute ot about '20 unlet, to a point
on the south easterly   end   of  Campbell
Like iu   the siid   District; with power to
cotiBiruot, etpiip,   maintain   and   operate
brunch H'io* c tin��at��d with tho said railway or uumwuy  ��.t.d to CoUotrtttt operatn
bruticli li'te.i co nietit <d with the said rail
way or tramway and to couatruct operato
and maintain a'l uece'iwry bridges, road^,
waya and   foriies and   to hnild, acquire,
owu  ami maintain wharves cud uooka  in
connection  therewith; and to  build,  ac-
quii-r, o.tti, equip  am] maintain steam aod
other   vestols nud boata ami operate   saui'j
hi   a-.y   nnvigablo watets; with power   to
build, acqu'.re,  own, operate antl niaintaiu
telegraph und  telephone lines in uonaeo-
',iou vtitli the said i ail way and branches
and to   transmit tnessatjes for   commercial
purposes and io charge tolls tbwcfot; and
to generate and soil olecti ioity for the sup
dy t.f light,.heat and power; and to  erer-j
cii,e    such      powers       as    , a      Poww j
'Company may txitret'e by  virtue   of. the!
Water Act; umi with pnWcr to t.xp.-opriate !
anda f��r ihe purpose of the Company and j
vo acquire Uii'iU, timiier, limits, tnither aud
other propuny ue.iebaary or convenient for |      ^
(JmitA OrnamentalTree.
Having disposed of our nursery grounds lo be cleared up
by Mny, I am prepaied to offer epecial prices on all caph
Splendid assortment of ornamental tree?,
acclimated stock, having been growing on our grounds for
years, from 10c. up.
One of the best selection of roue?, in B. C, in all leading
varieties, Huissible-for this section, in good two year blooming
ekes, 25o each, $20 per 100, $150 per 1000;'smaller ones half
price. ���
�� 50,000 fruit trees in leading varieties. Let me price your
list.    10,000fhndetrees, in ail sizes and prices.
Greenhousi-s full of plants in all sizes and prices & prices
from $.��. per 100pots up .
M.  J.   HENRY
If I
in anv stylie vou airsH.
Prices From $20 to $40.
wi!aM��j��-j*tT��l��;ai��^%kjs��aa^3ft'iratsiiw^��*����ta =
b. a
iTrTnciiFri^ntal t ~ti 1 e~p15T]*f6gi!3-Bf"l*rc~-XSem--flit
Reserve $5,700,00<T
The Royal Bank of-Canada.  *
Mi*. .listipU Stewarl, has witru-
ed his  piihition   with   the   Uoyn
Bank, and U bpendino* a couple of j ���fY*^
weeks with bi.-i   parent*,   previous
to Ji is return to Vaneouver   to e:i
ter a real'eutate oilieo.
iwnyj and to iu.\|iiire loai.s, money, lionns-* -s Capital $5,000,000.
t-K, iJiivdt'cci'^or other aids from auy Gov- j g
i.-rotneiit, ituiiiicipil i;ori.t>rai/ou or i ther
peMim* or lmdies; to levy and collect tolls
ft om till portions ptssing pvet .tt'cli rou<J��
railways, tramways,, feiries, .wh.irvt-a a-ni
l .ftv-ela built or  optratod 1)V the Con puny    ���
Suh-Braaohes at Courtenny and Union Bay.
Ilx. Chnrles Me Donald, who for
iiiiiny yyarii lni.s been in.tho employ j _.... ��� -���
of Simon Lower *}<��� Co.,    both   at,  ��� ]\j,.Si Sjniin.H 'di^irew pnpih*
Wellington and thi* city, has sev- jr)u( j,;,,,,,,^,.^ at, ]u,,. j,,,,,,,,. Uni-
ered hi.** eonneo.tion with th.it firin;()n| P)(t<    p,.nnl   tl���.m?  w\\[  \w
and left by Sunday's boat ior Van i^,,,,,,^ (|21
Coiuei*. '���t.lliivTleyi*" familiar I'neo}       r f, ���
will be mi.-si.Hl at, the Bio; Store.    |    See C. C Seo'ruvo if yon  wnnt
j'i I'inno. Oi'p:an, Sowing Mnehine,
JMirent for all sorts of  musical
I aud with power to eonm'ot  wim an
! tr..tlk* it "tliar  arr.ui|;emoati) with or   ap- j j^
! quire ruuitit:g  powew  over any   mi'ovay j ;3 - " ---- ��� ,
itiamway. steamboat or other Onu.piiuws! || SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS' and in
\u.:A v\uh suoh otliet po.voi,1 and t.-rivtiog^ ^| u,rcH a( Current Raits allowed on Inpotdis of $1.00 nod upwards
j ii8unl 01 ��� ineiiluutul 10 nil or any ot' tlm : & m,-***i.,*-,*r-,*-m.mmr~r\*r    ��<
, ; 15 Up P. MONTGOMERY, Mainiajctef.
! .tonittaiw purjioHe'ts. , &
\     UATKl) "at V.uiconvii:, AA O.   thin  Uth;"'
t.'n'v of Ueoflinlwi* 1900. ���
" j     -, hJc)l��citorn f'i��* th<? A^^houut.
'   ! ^M*m^nmiirt,,-^r-'^T'^nrt^'m"''M
Euriii iNo, 11.
Komi of Notice.
Siiyward  Land   District.
District of Sayward.
P. Phillipps -Harrison if
barrister and
nd:a y public
Dunsmuir Avenue      CUMBERLAND, B.C.   k
'���itniiiienti;, Ciiinbei'lnii'l, IL C,
TAKK notice tlm!
;*er, of Viineoiivor, 15.
.Mr, W. Fraser. bookkeeper nt
the Bio Store, ban remi^nod his position nnd   will   leave shortly   to j     [),., K,.,|.( t|u, dentist, will
en^ein biiKiniv.-i nl-Cliiiliwiick. j,,t ("Sonri��*n!��v For one wook, lieoiii- i lion, Accountant, intern^ to apply
j for pei'tiiifiHiiin to piii'ehawulie I'-'jI
.Mr Melvon/.ie, nt prosinit with
J. McPhee & SoilR, will miceeod
Mr. McDonald at the  Vd<? Store.
nini'Thursday, Feb., 2-1 th,
1 .ce.ii[in-   {Jj
Cotniiielie.j |J
Till! FKliKUARV UO�� AND CUT*     ! j������ al tl .^1   j,iu���t,...| on the 'Nor -1 J
Tin. hoHtsuliMf diM;iii,atlm..vvinter 1    ;;      ������mi(|m.v  ���f   l���t  .jSH dU. \ S
tlm Dlil'ti ili��t !ij"|itii1fi to every inlinlu'iin'( .J _ , , Q
,������ Domini...! in-il ..'i.iintltiM nn.i.h.w tnnt 10 chillis went ll'oiil the iSni'lll! ^
lowing 11 tirte, nl it'll
im,wmnm*m*mmMii\��e*mm n
;)'.�������.-; obllfjniion which Mould ini-
jiaii' ynir-ji.tntc in e;u��' <d diifttht1
W'f will cniccl filch iinli'hteilnesH
if you urn iiisiiruble,
Lot A (JAM.ANDKK "f the
Muliiul Life of New Y.nk. Van-
I'unciT, show yon. Sin-h    policies
it^*. .���>?),   t'tirt   w\'��:*'*h  l��ivii|nml��|aOili. 1010,
tluiiun IUJ0  wore ^.ill-ovoi ��0j lLtlph (\ l'i'i*teiin.\.
pei cut, netij. st $|1.''T perthoii.   plUt,([ jj.,IVi|, *jHti  uiUl.
��iiui. Lndyn^ntii wnuintl. |'0rt Kiinnm, ILL'.
| of mir vimini'H- tli' urnntHlioclrw tripnt����, .^^i r.M.>nitM' of   nahl   lot;   thence ; n
'tho Nortli, roeelvim   proinintmeo in  t,u'1' ,\n,.|], '.��', ,.|,.,i,,s        '*   --' -
itht. Nortli, roeeivim  proinintitivo ��t  *....-  ^nnh '.'"�� chnins   moro   or   h')'S;!��
NW(JE I. h,vhy   K��von "r'J^r* ^ North- westerly along th, j |
ll,lr��y dny�� ..Hor the  ��lr<��   ,.n -|.   :-^*��^^ ^^ ^ mAw^ml>- hhm, nt  0,\Mi   ��..)���' *
ontion ol tliiH nonce, I   ii.N.rul  1"; A VViu|���r [Iunlimiuihil��i./,c,tl ,,|H. uu.riiw j 70 chnluR inoi-o   or  less;   thenco
apply   lo   tlm   Siipeviiitoidont  of j( fRmi of|jn Hh|r.|,���u t'am.tli.ti.Mr.joic". * .Sotuli SI) cliaiii^; iheuee   Kiwt (Ml
I'l'oviuciul Police for  n  holol   M-| i|���r,* it. i.lomy of vnrioty in tli" nmnlur. ���Ii(i!l���; ,������������ ������ ,������ t/( ������, ���()ill, ���
Ladies'and  C,oiitlemen's Suits  Mndo   'O  ">drr
from 820 to S35    All Work l-irsi Class
Perfect Pit Guaranteed.
ct*nsi' for tin
si��nnti'd   at
r��ir th-
'Olii'c for  n  holol   li-j HLH-i,, pltiaiy ofvarioty in fcl*7M ��""'i!^; **ll��i��i- �����*>>'- <"' ����* "> �����- l��i��' "'!
i�� Port Kiisnili    H< lol    liinltl'lioi. totl.i'(.om*tii^Hiiitiliiilini,'lnK l   . .
, , ,    .i   U��m.��M..r.c*H.,l.i��kn...l   ��...*��� Mi-.linn,1 eu...lliel.��-in..iu.   i..,ntM....nK     .100
I'oil   Knsnni. I. C..',,mlll,in^ ,,,,,.,, (.,ivo \v.ii-u, IWiinit, tl''.. !]1(.ri..H (l|'hiii.l nu.rtMtr  \e.^.
iii/ini'liu   ..iiilino1   .Into'   .....i .., u,,���pi.i... ti   ..t-It it...vttr uiHV   litt liii* 	
iw mwu.rt.ti. mm iwummmmmim **mm ���
nnipini,', pi    .
��'lx   tnoiitlis   oliditio; .luiit'lduii i,oH|icrt'i."ii. *li't-.v��r nmy lm hot
jpiiriimiUr iiiclitiitkiuii ein   tnd   liiiQw-f
1 iii'kIm'Ii.iI,   Ad fiult'iivni' ia nui-loto i'-dvit I
! tlm ivliolo Diuttiiil.-n In ll��rt l����wt l> ���'w1'" j
i way nml Unit a |ar��f iitfoitnro m ��' " j
! ��Hrtfbiuv��t) tHuhttwn l>yihi�� Inuuo t.f t"-' {
: \lii��iO'.ii)t',     In   inlilh inn   1'winter oi)l
ini,' aprinu', Mm ni'��r iiutl  full oxpeiliiii'iif.
;.|to now plintiul i.ml  ill" '.api'i'ii'ii'-of I'
' .itlinn pi von in Iho m"nt |ilonHilit miwui I
in tin no \tugf-n, i* n 'i iin'nly inli'iH-unc ,
| Out tioi.t lit"[>fol ami of c ii��itiuoi'.lu mi  ,
Nnmo of Applicnut iin full)
Put Myers,
ji.ii.tl tins SUili. thivofNi'v. 1000.
m hen
Go To
you Ulant a Good   fiDcal
I vniitiiK�� to nil Mho'ct'. io itnuw inom of . Apply to .
j Uio ��iituK-llillh|.OItii)j| litlvit.,':!�������*����� of'"1'
: Iirtmil liiiiiiiiiion,
i."Pl' WM'Ml.���libifl.*   nnil   white
.,. -..)���' ,*.iT:  '���*���.'.'.' '*\".\\:>"\   V  AT
P.   Davi",  Co"i"s-
'turnn tmttmiMmmwm'Jxgmtm ���Kwwsi'-'WiraTO^
-) 'Mfft'A'mMiamM
New Wcsltninrttci I.'iud   Distrioi
Distiie* of NVw Westiuiustur
TAUi; N'OTVU   that   l?n*d
Thuliiu, of Lund,  merchant, in-
I lends to apply lo;  pmun.HMioii tn
' .:;:. ,'i ^ *.��� '!".* f .l'-.���")"������' <lri*''rih' d
jhiiiiis: -(lotmiun-'iii;; at a pes'
jj.li.unl a�� th- N'ji'-h l;-'��' ,-"r,5t*
uwnei' can Iittvc muuo
��)'  l':0ni^
���j ti
Niw DrcHH   (loods,  (liugliituiF, |
Diiuitifi', .Mu-liiis, l.iict'f,  **t��.  At
! ('ninpbcli  P.j'os,
i.i ..indium; Ist.i;;d. .'.ul rttiutinv
.i:"lJi.'l t'ie    'tin
Olill'ti   |l��     l>����)lll
,f   the   etiti''
*, U.'.tl' v--
NOTICK  :     hereby
,;t,',-i-1- i A,',1 ..Mi:* f   ii*
|i'v :.i tl.,' ' ,i ���,-!'  \< ii.i.
t tli ft ti   I'. ; I f.  \    r'  >'.''".t
(. 1 !'��������� i.n  tii-..(i��,. to   :li
!, .��..-. ii ������!.... >ii ..'.::i!
���i 'hnl
..' n,
ini' ti    i ��
.   (tt'Mit.i-tt
.   .   DAlMlKU    W'OUU    .   .
1 .'iiui'.    Mn  !"-'.l> >   Ai-.'i'���'' ui'ii
Next Agricultural Hall, Courtenay, B. C
neiif, eontriininjj   one  liundrt-*" i, o> S'"|niW.��/ P'kc.'. fi'nnli* t>n Lf>t|l
ere** more or less. ii>-iC"��io\  l��>tuc, 1"
I 1-Vcl Tlinlsn.
I J'.ited I*, hiuity ,yh.  vii't
A unit'
ill -;\   M-'i
'''..tt I ni*
���mat'uanttrrmmfmt u mmw ������e.


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