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 ^HT  ^  !'</        r;iAY x;W10        j  "A _" ^*.  \. WCTOR^w  THE CUMBERLAND  ^  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B.C,   TUESDAY, MAY 25,    1910  H**MM*M*iP***i  The Big Store  New Goods Arriving Daily  JUST IN STOCK���������A  New,and Up-To-Date Assortment of Ladies' Waists,  Frilhngs' Ties, Bows,   Belts.  Every woman wiM nppnci te tin* dainti-  tics of Ihe lines we. are showing���������we sire nev,,i-  ing more attention to the 1 ewes1' thih������e in la-  dieB' wear, largely because out* custon.ers ?eem  to wnnt them. If you want a waist, or to hriah  ten up nn old waist or dre-s.or chung������ lne .:nm-  binations on anything new, ome and see what  we call style in lace noveitie.-. Such Im-in^s.  .is we are having in thi-* ih pnrimi-nt i.������ enronr.  ageraent for us to do lifer- vv '���������<���������* noire* I ester.  Linen Collarsfembr.iioe ed)in dainty designa  Dutch Collars, Ju'bots, Chanteceler Collars,new-  est in"Frilljngs and Cords.  UNDERSKIRTS-A New Lot Just Airiv  ed.   in Sate-ns. Heather-bloom,   Taffeta   Silk.  ��������� Moirotte and   Silk  prices ranging from $1.50  to $550  The^e have,been secured direct from the  makers, 'are the newest in style and are exceptional value)���������ask to see them whether you intend tn purchase or not���������we are so pleased  with ilieni that we are delighted .to show. them.  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  ���������VS*-^^*****^-^*^"***  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  OUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  We have taken tlm second floor and intend carrying..a! full-line of  FURNITURE,    LINOLEUMS  " etc., on   this floor,  with .'.full   line  of  STOVES'���������'& SHELF  HARDWAEE  the ground floor we will be. able,   to  supply all your requirements.  Memorial Services at the  Public School  Agents for Pilsener llrewiug Company's HI5KR  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  On Monday morning, May Vdlh,  imoiiiuI'ihI services for our lato king  wero held iu the publio school. The  High School senior classes, divis-  ions l,Tl aud 111 met together in  the 'Principal's room. The proceed-  iilgs were opened hy the recital of  Kipling's Recessional, hy .Miss  Marion Monnco. An   address  ro-  et'i%.  Gramophone, Mr, McPhee; rec'-  lation. Rev.   T. Menzies; duet,  Mv and Miss McKetuie.  Address to Itev.  Mr. Menzies.  The  address was read as follows l>y Mr W. McPhee;���������  The Rev. Thos, Menzies,  Saudwick, 11,0.  Reverend and Dear Sir:--"We,  the undersigned members nnd ad  Subscription'?i,ca.> a Y^..k  nsg*M*3memaemmia<jc23*x ������ry*,  THE CORNER STORt  w*  VWm&^&^S  " AS WE.HAVE TO TAKE STOCK AT Tiili  END OF"THIS MONTH and have now necrly >ic,,ooo  worth too much, we are going to try and reduce un-x- rn-  soon as possible, starting on Saturday next wc u:c ulLii.i^*  SPECIAL PRICES  on a lot of lines which will   be shown and priues marked  in plain figures.    Remember  these prices aie only  for a  short while and will not hold good after the sale.  ^^*m!^*mt^  J- N. McLEGD  Dunsmuir Avenue, CUMBERLAND', B.C.  mt\ IMI1        ��������� '*Lm*dl^mmmmmnrfrrWBm^'^ mWl  ������ .      ...    _    ~ ���������      fit  ft  ':>  WEDDING GIFTS  *������&  MrvruranwwMi  CUT GLASS AND. SILVERWARE  Tasteful and Desirable.Article?, Appropriate,  Oi muuet.tal and Ireful.  &>  >*  t  ft  1-)  (*>  *.-������)  0  ALL'NEW.'GOODS'  '."  It will Pay You to Examine them.  STODDART,        Jeweller  *  " ,*". ��������� '*j  fjfiT" Next door to the Itoval Bonk of Canada, Cu.-nhirhnd.    ���������������  (St ' *  hforcutirsn, not only with the mew  hers and lullwruotci of yoor - cni^io,  ttnlion, hut alio with your iV; Tow  men In powra'.  Wo desive also tn express out* ap-.  precirttiou of the valuable -H-rviees  of your compiuihn and helper, Mrs  M.B������zies. Sha hus t-hovvu liur.-elf.  always ready nnd willing to tale  part in ovary work ami, enterprise  that concerned thu tntetols nnd  welfare of the eonnienntiori.   More  Tlie presentation cjine a**,  a ."pleasant Surprise to Rev, M r..  'Menxics, who appear.*d to haw-  no idea of the real uaitiiv of th.-  gathering. He express.-1 hu  gratitud? for this token oUsiteni  aud appreciation, aud assured  tho audience lie would begin- at  once to wear* out Co In:,,;y in  the* prosecution of nis perioral  work.     Refreshments ,vcj*v Lh<*i������  FOU  SALK-At  St.   Peter's  church,   Coinox,   a  gou.l  oigau, >  Price, $20,    Apply U C. Pleroy,!  R)11SA1.K-I1 lioumiHouMiiry.  port Avi'iiut', 2 Iioiihou on Win-  ilt'rniei'e, 2 liuiiiien <m Hr������l, St.  A Ino it lot of 1x4 ami Ixll rough  In tn her. cheap,  Ji, Grant *it Co., Union Saw Mill.  I'OU 8ALK-A 1'W.l Run-  nhout Aiititiii(iliil������. 15-18 II"iu*H������-  jiowci* i cylinder, all Newly palm.  t������l, now typf*) and every thing com-  pletedi-price 8T00.OO, Apply to  .1. U. .Idiiiston, Coui'tmiay lintel,  Iiy rofpioiit of������ tiiituher of hi*  regular cimtoniurs, W.J, (Jourl.  tlit* m'i^II kurjwii niimo tunoi* will  111 ike 11 speeiul triy here in July.  Wvoat tlii������ olllco.  fa'i ai shooting aocl  11 ent;  Antonio Delponti, an Italian,  was fatally ������diot hy tlie ueeidoiilnl  disclmigc ol'*a gun; which he wiik  eanyfug, The uiifoi'ttiiiuti' man  was hunting ut the head ol' Oni<ix  l.nke, 011 Ki'iduy lust, when insulin-  iinkiiown iiuinmr thu gnu was die-  dUeiiarged, tho coiitnutH oiiUM'ing  hi* thigh, eaiifiug a giutly and  fatal woiiii I, I'r.'in uliich he dud  iu le-n than an hour. A ('oiupiiuiu.i  who was with him, w,s not, nenr  uiiougli to tell how It happened, he  lieing soinu distaneit away from dr.  canned at the time, Tho di������neiw|  leaves a wife and family iu Italy,  wlt<������ wore vxjxt'tu! Duortly l> join  him hero. Tlie lunei'iii.  which wu  Church iu the Coinox V'allev,  desiring to give expression of  our esteem for yourself person-  viewing the life uf the late king ally, aud to our respect for the  was tiiuii givon to the pupils hy cause you represent, and desir-  Mr. Palniui*. After the i������ii.giiig ol'j iug to encourage you in thc good  tho Canadian National Anthem, j work iu which yoti are engaged,  Uov. IJ, McOillivrny gave a shun | beg herewith to state our apple-  aodiusR dealing with the homo life j elation ol your earnest and self  of Ivhvniil VII, mid his loss m iii*- j denying efforts in perlormiiig the  family, In eouelusion iho Nation-* duties of vour position,  al Aiithem wiisMing. The jniiior| We miliza tlmt ymi, donhiW.  elusi'fri uiel in Mif-s Knime's i-hiuii 1 vrry oftrin fl.wl the fullillidf nf  where shui'l aiid rushes were given ' |lt,,"M duliox ardti'MH; nn I we to-]  I iy Mr. Hoy or nud the Rev, II. j "'"' I'������rl������������p*������, an expre-*������ioti of onr  Lnll'ei'o. pi'oet'udiugs elosmg widi' 'A(*'^ "'"' "'l ������*P|*r< <jin������ton miuhl  the siugmg ���������f <tod Hava the Ri,,..: 1)0 h l",|i' ft,,,| ������������ "<'������nul*t.������e,n.*nt to  !     Aeen.refur   the  AMilll   l���������i    ^r/Zu'n    ,**  j ve.,ity niatrienla.ion  eMouieaiioH    . ,U "1h ���������������! W������ l������������lnv.nB lo  ful-  . ���������, 1 ' .      ,.iij 1   ,1    ;,    n     1 n I the nin"iiil  iluiif'H of vour call-  ItrtR neon Ofitalni-ilii'il   111   (.tiiiiher  1 land rlitK    yeitr,   the  rNa.niHmiioii-  A,���������U*ginui,.lnne t;!i.h, ���������,���������! uill -(lf ���������1B chlPl,c Mll<li A .,���������, (|,ln|i ^  ; he llieoMl'go ol Iii" . H. Ulloie'ns ��������� ���������f ., (:n|.|.,iim ,���������.��������� leinnit in your  ��������� pieslniiij; ������*.\,iiiillier.  over, hIih, as weil ���������ue yourself.  Iris | served by llie Indies,  herents of the P res hy t e 1 ia 11  never beo fumd licking in hes|ji-  alily and kindness '0 both friend"  at'd strange���������.  \Vp d'j.ire, moronver, to evidence  ill'.'iih n Milliter of the (nwpi',,y 11  h >vo iiImii hIiowii vourcelf 1 o������ses ed  nur appreuiatiou, <ih anova unite I,  bv Hi'iiio mere tanj.'il)lo prnul, thnn  11 uie vei'lia1 atate i.eui; an I, uccord  hijdy, we beg that yoti will nciepl  the new l'i)������jjy ihnt iiceonipmies  this iiddre-s, in thn li .pc tlei', ii  .11:1 s' p������'i\*i������ ,iu arlielo of vnlii" in  the proscfiiiiion of you* work.  Tint the linuiiif-il (iivi ,-,i.f nil  yood mny smiii in youtft'lf nnd the  int'inhcrs of umr f-nnily a i need������  ful ble-Hinn-i; thut yon mny li\  thUevtitil. feel, in r-tuuo inea**iue,(*n*  cottriijed in ytnr work; and   th.it  you nmy   lnn<j ernrinin'  |o  enrry  Umber or svo  Mr  Ciimpbcll Dneoui*, bue.i.cr ������������������  Mrs Win  Merrillc'd, \;i'r.--;    :-  1 he .ihorpiial 04 '-,i<\:- * * v. ' .1  \ "Uiig iiuui had tai'ii r ... ;���������'!,,,,,,  ��������� f not l"-*ilig We. I fcii*;. 11, ��������� ,;n> '*', '��������� -A:  on 'Xiitniiiaiioii he u-c ;..:,:,d tn ;..  soft sriny from pi'ri'.eiuti.*, kii.o|k'|.  fttioii having t.i In- j.i-������������������ -fo- niod.Kio >,  Lite t report?* In- is doim,' v������-;jil. hn*  ion oaine ihrouyh iii,; openilion n:  liqht  ���������ni Hie  yoeil   ivi-'k   ia   'hi* (!oino>,  N'nlle.v, \i t|\p   wlrhnf  'li,'   ut'tl"  liionl oied 11.. -1 m ' * ��������� - - mid mlhereii -.  Si|*ied in   heliulf of iho   nim.*<  named mem1 et j  ii il ailht-iciiN  WM. IHNOAW  ('! 11 m -in   f C mini 'ei'  V. Mel 11 KK,  Seciu'afy oi (/iinmiii ��������� c  NOTICK  Any plT-Oll 01    pet*-Mii������, eilttiM;  eniovi: r{ or  inking   anv    lloe!,  o| anv di'-''i'i|i|ii>',  a*lo!.gil)g t" llie   Welli'igjnli'Co  ���������iery Co'y., or from or off ih,, \-,.  ������������������( the said I'duipmiv. \i ill ho |i  .  l-ellt'"l    to  th,. I'M I   ,'.'.���������:..   ,   !   11.   ,     I,, VI  MKTIIOD18T ClirkOII  ISm Ruv, H, b, Hastings will  eoiii!net his fnivacl] sei*vjf������e In  (Jra<������ Chnreh, en Suialay next.  The Itev, It C. rfwiuali of Port  Him|twin suvccfU Mr, IPisfiugH us  j.-istor of tit* Mt*tli<������di*t t'huti'h  liemnnti m\r.    H������������!"igs    n!ie<*et������iii*  IU*. J. A. wViil. at .Sflnov .  ji   n  ,!.,.!  Monday last from tho roM-iuum of  Mr. Joseph Tolmeeo, to Uio C11111-  Iteiluiid Catholieeemeteiy, lliw livx.  Father Merteus ollhmitiug,  'MnW'i, Nlay id, -A ea'olegruiu  lreeeive.1 l������v ill* sei*i*etai*-(   of mms  m  amiomus that Jiu majcnly the  king hi* derided that his uirt.t  dny thnil tint bo eu.ehraie | t.n>-  y���������-..���������������, either in tht* I uitcd iln, -  dolli or ia Ca D,itU..uy,L, ia>vi.������.  tilt* era*. The ki.iji'* bi.'tlvl.ij ih������-  cuib on J aue J. ..  V'tHmSi^'.s'i i'i iixj'.x    iu   Tin;.  KJi V . iiiUM, All'SfAf.ft      1  Jvdiior Nitw.s  Cuiuberlnud. H. O.  iiu.ti ,ji\.-��������� is.v;v . Mi, .Meu/.l s  was made the recipient last  rhiiiti.lay evening of a handsome j  new huggy. The presentation  wan tu nlo the cxusio.i of a social  ^itlit-iiii^ ,d Uu ;>.iiidvvick Pies-  loteii.in Chutch- Tin* fulhw  iug pi'wgi.niuae w.4.s pri'.icjitctl :  N'luliu   aud   oig.iu   scltctita:,  Mi> J   -������rieve and   Mt   Button;  nri'll j 1'iit,    Vie.*   McPliet**,  duet  Mr, ������'itcho.nr r,ud Mr-    l'.,-^ i;;  I violin    M'lrvtioi'.,    Mr   Haitou;  Wellino),  7YTt'>iWAmmrtX-J.AiiKZ:-mil\irif'V^ A  CDsn's  Tailored  Clothing  JUST ARRIVED  AN')'!'1110 It SMAI.I.   \.*-    'itlMKM   ill* - I'll I!  IN NOHHV* SIVI.I^ \A,i i'liri-UV-   \(   4110. '->  uVmT*   IV*   1111    t.ll   to "������*  'le   <-,   1-   llie ������������������  ,< i      ;.  Thev w   1   iidv I i-i ii   **"r| "ne.  \.  ��������� I r,  OPP;):;-I;i; Til Si  WAVIiltl.Y HO| I.I,  Campbell IHros.  Bcsacsaura;,:! "���������.-x^.-^.'-i..  mn\ THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  I ���������*��������� His *.  'Courtship,  By HELEN R. MARTIN.  ���������I "Tiilie: A Mennonite Mud."  CopvrtoAl, 1907, btl .WeClure, rhOliv <* Co.  V   J  Kinross.)  "Which of course he will," affirmed  Daisy dogmatically, "for you're uot  llko the other girls���������you're on n higher  plane."  "And so Is he," said Georgiana lucidly, accepting Daisy's tribute complacently.  ������������������Perhaps." Daisy reluctantly conceded, "hut he must be perfectly horrid���������a conceited prig���������with all tlie girls  Haltering hi.n  so  idiotically."  "We shall cure him of that." Oorgi-'  ana smiled, her tongue suggesting si proprietorship which Kinross couldn't help  thinking a little gratuitous.  "Father considers him able." Ceorgi-  ana   went   on.   -But,"  she  added.   "I  have hoard him say of him that he had  'a sarcastic tongue.' Now. sarcasm."  Mie uoguiao/.eu, "is noi Un* t*.\ predion  of a high plane of thought, and perhaps." she said earnestly. "1 may he  a We to help liiia to see life more sweetly and sanely."  ("Not if I have auy influence with  myself," was. Kinross' meutal comment.)  While they talked Daisy had now  and thon cast rather uneasy glances  at Poter mul Mrs. Morningstar. nnd  she now leaned clown and said .something in a lowered voice to Georgian:*..  Georgiana shook her head and answered aloud: "You need not he afraid.  Their plane is so far below that of  ourselves, Daisy, that they scarcely  catch tlie sound of our voices when we  speak, but if you feel any apprehensions"��������� Georgiana rose and shook otu  her skirts.  Daisy dropped her handful of gooseberries into Mrs. Morningstar's puu.  and tiie two girls strolled away.  Kinross' eyes followed them thoughtfully, with a sense of pleasure in tlie  symmetry of Miss Ellery's shapely  shoulders, straight hack and ions,  graceful movemeut.  "So siie thinks she's going to bowl  me over just as soon as I come within her range." lie mused. "What will  bo tlie effect on her, 1 wonder, when  she discovers she's been discussing tne  like tli at in my own presence?   -'riiwir  (Continued.)  i  Both the girls rcgardea mm aumous- ,'  )y, but the stolidity of his face was j  impenetrable. j  "Pete," said Daisy frankly, "some- j  times I have a suspicion that you're >  foxy and are jollying us. Say, what ���������  dandy big gooseberries these are!" she ;  exclaimed, with characteristic irrele- i  vauce, eating more than she picked, j  to Mrs. Morningstar's evident discomfort.        ' I  ���������'Daisy." said Georgiana in a tone j  that dropped Peter and Mrs. Morning- j  star out of the conversation, "did you i  get any hews iu your letter from f  Belle V" ,;  "News! Well, I should say! Don't i  you thiuk���������the Civic club iu its pros- j  pectus for next winter's work has gone I  and put me���������me���������down for a paper!"    j  Consternation was in her face and j  voice.   Georgiana smiled.  "About what?"  "A theme on which I can't possibly |  ask uncle to write the paper for tue, ;  The Bad Effect Upon the Morals of i  the Community of the Autumn Dis- i  plays of Underwear In the Department ;  Store Windows, Especially the Fig- |  ures of Women in Nightgowns, and j  the Advisability of the Civic Club's I  Requesting the Removal of Such De- j  moralizing Displays.' That's my sub- j  ject." j  "It tbey look nt. the matter from a !  higher plane," said  Georgiana,  "they I  would see that It. is their oirn minds J  that   need   to   bo   regenerated   rather  than the shop windows."  "Let me take that dowu!" cried Dai-  -BV-���������iSti.aLikj;ilLJjg. m>' opening sen-  tence. I shall also snggesf7vTaie~vreirri  on as she wrote, "as a preventive tor  preventative, which is it?i of so many  unhappy marriages, that in place of  tbe exhibit of women ia nightgowns  they display a windowt'ui of men in  their pajamas. The preachers wouldn't  have any jobs then.'''  "You would better let me edit your  paper before you stand up aud read It  to tho club," Georgiana advised. "Does  Belle write anything else?"  "Every one is out of town, she says,  nnd there's nothing doing, and she  eays she can hardly wait until you  come hack and meet that new professor of psychology. Oh," exclaimed  Dnlsy, with a little squeal of delight,  "won't it be bully!"  Georglana tried fo look dignified, but  only succeeded in looking interested  ond rather pleased,  "Isn't It perfectly killing, Georgie, the  way every one seems to have settled  things between you and that psychology inn a?"  Kinross leaned his back against a pillar of the porch and gavo himself up  to enjoying himself,  Tbe young Indies meantime supposed  their very language to be as Incomprehensible to llie fanner's wife and Pete  nu though they spoke a foreign tongue.  "Do you know," suld Georgiana, her  cotnifoniince softening wllli lier pleasing reflections, "thnt even father has  (���������might tbo Infection of Mr. Kinross'���������  well, popularity (I dislike the word).  Von know he Ih not apt to notice such  Iblngs, but ho remarked to mo several  times thut lm luul never seen a young  ������.tan tc turn the heads of all the wo-  nien--*von the married women!"  "Hnl, Georglana," eomplaineil Daisy,  "then I shall hale hlm. I know.    I nl- I      ~   "   ways do hale a man Pm expected fo   ri|���������tl0 (8 N0 fnr (,0|ow f(lllt 0f ourselves  pci ui wnatever."  "I think they don't always understand themselves, Mrs. Morningstar."  "Now, think!   Poll parrots, too, they  don't know  what they're s*>'in*  ���������*-:  ther. And educated people's tlie same,"  she repeated in surprise.  Kinross at this moment caught a  glimpse through the window of Ru-  ulee alone ia the kitchen.  -Here's my chance," he thought, rising from the porch steps.  "Say, Doc," Mrs. Morningstar stopped him, "if them girls ever finds out  the joke you're playin' on 'em, pre-  tt-ndin' to be common like us when  you're as tony as thelrselves, I make  no doubt they won't like It, Doc."  "1 agree witli you, Mrs. Morning-  eta r.   They won't like it."  ".Supposin' they meet you in town  there some time in your dude does!"  she said apprehensively. "To bo sure,  there's so many tbat lives in town it  ain't likely you will run across ench  other."  "It's not merely likely, Mrs. Morningstar. They simply can't escape me."  "Not?" she cried. "Well, I guess  you'll feel pretty cheap!"  "It Is they who will feel inexpensive,  Mrs. Morningstar. They'll be ready to  sell themselves for half price on the  bargain counter!"  He left her to puzzle over the problem ns he turned away and went into  the kitchen. ������  But tiie moment's delay had lost him  his chance. Eunice had loft the room  by one door just as he was entering by  the oilier.  (To be Continued.)  ANCIENT LONDON.  i  SHE   UMPIRE  WAS   GAME. CORPORAL SCHMIDT, V.C.  When Danger and Lanthorns Were  Abroad After Dark.  Less than 'Jim years ago the watchmen of London town, carrying horn  liiuthorus and halberds, dressed in long  coals and knee breeches, walked up  qnd down the cobbled streets of the  world's largest city chaining the following verse:  A light there, maids:    Hang out your light  And see your boms be clear and bright,  Thut so yonr eunillt* clear may shine.  Continuing from six io nine.  That Inmost men that walk along  May see lo pass sato without wrong.  lt is beyond our comprehension and  imagination in these days of (laming  arc lamps and brilliantly lighted  streets lo picture tlie streets of London iu the lawless age when only a  candle with a cotton wick was uuug  out here and there on dark nights, lt  was au age of lanthorns, of flambeaux  and "linkboys. when every' one made  his will aud prepared for death when  he ventured out at night.  It is so written that it was a common practice In that city for a company, of a hundred or more to make  nightly invasions upon houses ot the  wealthy to kill and rob. and it is recorded "that when night was come no  man durst venture to walk iu the  streets."  The Absinth Tippler.  The symptoms of the absinth tippler are muscular tremblings and a  marked decline of strength, the hair  begins to drop om, the face lakes on  a despairing look, and he soon becomes wrinkled and sallow. Lesion of  the brain follows, horrible dreams  come thick and fast, and gradually a  paraivsis takes him to the grave-  A Rattlesnake Story.  In "Life and Sport oii the Pacific  Coast" Horace A. Vnejiell relates ono  of his narrow escapes from a friend's  bullet. "My cousin and I had been  camping and hunting for several daya  in a sort of paradise valley. One day  during a long ride on horseback wo  had seen a great many rattlesnakes  and killed a few. an exceptional experience. That night my cousin woke  up and saw by the light of the moon  a big rattler crawling across my chest.  He lay for a moment fascinated, hor--  ror struck, watching the sinuous curves  of the reptile. Then he quietly reached for his six shooter, but he could not  And Ho Made the kickers Play Out  the Last Inning.  Speaking of the doings of the veteran umpires, an old timer claims that  Honest John Kelly is entitled io the  record for freak doings among the indicator handlers. Hack lu the American association days, in a game played  on the old Union grounds In Allegbe-  tTy. Galvin was pitching for Pittsburg  against Casey of the Athletics Kelly  was ihe umpire, in tlie ninth inning,  with the score it io 0 in furor  of the Athletics, the Hist man up for  Pittsburg made a home run hit to center, and the visiting team.at once set  up claim that it wis too dark to play.  The center Holder came all the way  lu and pretended that, he could uot see  Uie hall in ti;.1 gathering darkness.  "Here." said Kelly: "give uie a glove."  aud with that he started for center  tield "I'll see how dark it Is out there."  lie said. "Yon. Casey and Calvin, hat  me out a lew." Players and spectators gasped, tint Kelly made good his  bluff. He went out to deep center  and. wiili the smoke of the mills lying  low about him. actually <*auglit ten or  fifteen long line drives and high Ilies  from the lints of the two pitchers without .missing one.  Then the umpire came in nml. taking  off his glove, said: -Play ball. If I can  see 'phi out there, you fellows can."  Theigame was resumed, aud the Pittsburgh won in a great batting rally by  6 to 5..  WET AND DRY  MOO.'iS.  Old Superstition and Cold Facts From  the Astronomers.  There Is au old superstition which  dies hard, and Hint is that the position of the horns of the new moon  tells what tlie weather will he. If the  horns of the crescent are on the same  level it will hold water, and hence if  is a dry moon, but if it is tipped up  then tlie water will ruu out, aud it is  a wet moou.  One thing.has helped keep this belief alive. The moon is "dry" in the  part of tiie spring that is usually fair,  while it is ".w.et" during the season of  autumn rains.  mins��������� \Vere~a~fiure���������sign���������ofr-t-he-  weathei- we could have our predictions published many years in advance, for an astronomer can predict  the exact position of Ihe moon at auy  time in the future.  The cause for the different positions  of tlie crescent is simple. The moon is  south of the sun lu the autumn and  north of It In spring. Tbe crescent ts  found by the light of the sun full Jug  on the moon, and the horns are mini-  rally iu a line perpendicular to tlic direction of the sun from the moon.  That Is till there is to this old superstition.  '(Several Teuton Tommies Are on Brl������  \ tain's Glory Roll.  ���������    Speaking at an "Old Comrades' Din-  j ner" the other day. and commenting:  ;on the regulations regarding the eu-  listinent oi foreigners into tiie British  ' army, u distinguished cavalry colonel  declared that   iii   his   own  regiment  ; there were lour troopers ot undoubted  ; German nationality, and that ono of  ; theni   was  too   linost  swordsman  he  hml ever seen.  '    Not every soldier, and certainly not  i many civilians, will be aware thut not  ! only have Germans iigured for genera-  | tions in the liritish army, but many  I have greatly distinguished themselves-.  ion active service, and some have won  i the Yictoria ������������������Cross.   '  j    One of these German heroes actual-  : ly gained his Cross in the immortal  j Charge of the Light Brigade at lialu-'  (clava.   lie was Sergt. Charles Wooden,  j 17tl> Lancers, afterwards promoted to  i be'quartermaster, 104th Foot.  j    The gallant non-com., though a man.  i of   excellent   education,   could   speak  i English   only   imperfectly.    He   even,  gained   Ins   regimental   nickname   ot  "Tisli nie" from an answer, in broken  accent, he one night gave to a chal-.  lenging' sentry.  This incident very nearly brought  about a tragedy, for, with lowered!  bayonet, the sentry was on the point  of despatching the supposed "Koosian.  spy," when he fortuufttely recognized.  Wooden.  The deed for which he was decorated was one of unusual bravery. After'  the charge, Capt. Morris, of the 17th,  was lying wounded in the open, when0  Wooden rode back to his, assistance.  Though the ground was swept by the;  Russian Dragoons, the brave fellow  stuck to his officer until help arrived,."  and a rescue was effected.  Another brave foreiguer, who rode  alongside AVooden in the Light Brigade, was Quartermaster Kauntze, of:  the 11th Hussars, a name sufficiently,  suggestive of the nationality of its-  owner.  Kauntze, though he did not gain the  V.C, performed prodigies of valour  during the charge. Like Wooden, he  was one of the old type of long-service  men, having, at the time of the Crimean War, been over thirty years in>  the same regiment. Indeed, he had  actually seen servicee With it at the-  siege of Bhurtpore, so far back at.  4-1825-<i,  like nnd approve of, And a fellow who  milked nil Die girls hysterical about  I'Jm-oh, I know I'll scrap with lilm!"  "Ho won't be apt lo give you n ;  etnnice If all (hey say of him Is true," ���������  ftinllnl Ooorgliiiitt, j  "I MmII force blm lo see that I do* :  ���������>n'"p lilm!" !  -fjeorgliitui IniiRliod, tlien ntldeil: "I'ii- i  titer himself  (old  did  that  If he did  iml know Dr. Kinross ho would think i  be must bu a bounder, the wuy the '  itlrlH  mul   women   miiko   ibemselve*  ���������willy iihotit lilm,   Uut tho tpiecr tlilnjt  n I Mint It, father says, m Hint Dr. Kinross doesn't  reciprocate  their  intentions at nil nnd Is rnther a cynic- In-  different   to   women���������Indeed,   rather  ufralil of tliom!"  "What n ehnmp!" cried Daisy contemptuously. "That's worse yet. No,  tleorgle, I roftiso to llko that man,  Ami ii jm* d������<��������� i jiii '���������:,,.:,!...!'."  ���������'.Hit him'' I tri-xt mv Toluthmx with  lilm will lm on n plnno too high to nitwit of the possibility of nny hiicIi vulgarity nh jilting! A Rlrl always known  It wh������n n man Ih roIur to propone to  lier and"���������  "OH,   Do,   Hli������   Uw.Mi'4,   G<",, R���������k,.i.    !  have often thought u man wan going ta  propose tu ni*-nnd he didn't."  "Father told me," continued Georglana, scarcely heeding Dnlsy'h flighty  Interpolations, "thnt It w������n n ooinfort  lo know ttint I wa* not capable of tlm  weaknea* of swell Infatuation nnd tlmf  my aelf |M>lse would alwnyw miivp me  from making Hint llml of a fool of my.  wlf."  "Wil. I nhnulit think nor t������xohil*neil  I Winy warmly. "Oh, won't tie imv> m  go way buck nnd nit down when li-'  fnlla In love wltb yon! I enn Imnlly  wmII until I nee it!"  "Wouldn't U he eh-wel) nmn-lott"  (Imrglnnii grnnted, diupliig hm *lmp.  ly hand* nlwut tier knee* nttd timldim  lii-famy, "If after bin adumutitliic from  lo all Itio oilier glrla he abotild ilww t..  fitel"  ("Very   amnalng,   Indeed,"   tlmuuht  linlsy, Hint they nctircely cntch thu  Hiiiiud of our voices wben we speak.' "  A short laugh esenpod blm, which  roused Mm, Mnriilngntnr lo Hpeoeli.  "I make no doubt, Doc," hIio wild,  working hindlv while she talked, "Hint  A King'* Economy.  aii *xniiiple ot George lll.'a ecnijo- i  tnles Ih ho ciirloiiH iih almost to Him-  gesi dint It miiHt have betokeueil up-  pi'iui.'liliiR Insanity, do actually let  oiu the cream enlnrei) tionwi uxcij lor  IiIh Htnic conch m a JobmiiHtcr, who  "ihlnM from the gi-enf rorelpt of eim-  torn Hun ili",\ will draw nun lino un  nuny fnriuiie."  Hut i,  We owe llie lint to Anln, for It witn  Iti Hun coiiinry mm the art of felling  wool was iii'Mt known, anil from llm  imiHi reunite pei'lndu the art wun curried ou by the orientals.  A Clear Cut Warning. I  "Voting linden," Hiiid nn iiliHpnimlnri*  ed leaehei ol l.atln in IiIh cIiimh In V'lr  gll, "I iiiidei'Htiiiiil Hint yoti eeiint upon  my i'iiIIIuk mi vou in iiipiiiiiietinii or  der nntl prepare yuur lessens nceord*  iiiui.v     i .no MiifniM.i  I .!,..,,,.::.!  .il at -null conduct nnreitfii't' I warn  you I Mhnll begin ut Him oilier end of  the alphabet,"  ������ee the repilie's head, and ho roovea  nearer, nolHolessly, yet quickly, Urend*  Ing some movement on my part that  Hhould preclplinle the very thing Uo  (IrimdPd. and tlien he hiiw Hint It wns  not n snake at i>ll-o������J,v the blnclt ami  yellow Hirlpe of my blanket, whleli  gctilly roue and fell nn I bmttlm).  llml lio ilrod-woll. It might huvo boon  laid for uie, for ho eonfonncd Hint till  hnnd shook,"  Confucius.  Confucius regarded his own life ns a  failure, He spoke against ambition,  yet he coveted high ollice. nothing less  than that of political adviser to some  great ruler, A man of the highest  lineage In China, he was yet poor and  early supported himself by. teaching.  His pttpl/s showed lilm an extraordinary devotion. The pick of tbe young  men lu his native state of Lu sat nt  his foot, and It was thoy who transmitted his tremendous influence, But  Confucius snw not his Immortal success, hut bis temporal rail ure, Ouly  forn few brief yours did clrcumstnneoH  permit blm to exerclso bis practlcul  gonlim for government. Ilo became  flrst n ranglHtrate. thon ehlof criminal  Judgo in l.ti. and, to quote Profosnor  Loggo, "crime censed." Confucius,  howovor, becumo dissatisfied wltb the  rulor whom tie served, a weak <unn  who neglected bis duty nnd gavo himself up moro nnd moro to dissipation,  no ho resigned IiIh post and banished  tilmaelf.-Londoii Spectator.  ��������� v, the tMnlmt tM it aoiiitf In howl tot  over,"  you kin Ullderntiind them glrN when  tlicy Hpenk alt fhtui nlgti wont* to  end) other. Aln'tt It bent" mc what  ilif) "u* rtn������wewln' about tatn-iiici m t:  when ibey apeak *o ertiwaicl not* win-  - jiiht tike readln' out of the i.cwN,.,.  BrltiiH Home ef Common*  The house oi coiiiiniiiiN wiih oi'iglnat.  Ml   liy   HiniMii   in*   M������ii(li>r������,   e.iii   oi"  Leicester, in law, in mrengthen tila  owu (lower in opposition io Henry III,  Tin Plata*.  The mnnnfneiure of tin pluiea originated   In   Itoheniln,   hammered   iron  plHtes iiMvitw ii.cn wwiiit n-nii Hn in  tbnt country Home time before the year j  um  Brtaderumbi.  To tvnUe l-resitii-rntitiiM <pi|ekly cur  the anfi pari (nun a mule lout, put It  lull) ll clean miiMin imu, He Hie bug Ht  the lo|) nnd jini!l,v rub n nim the  Uttttds for a few muntico. The cmmM  will tben lm Hue rutniuh tor auytblug.  Oemattie Fowl. j  The diimeHtl. ii.wi |k u������t mentioned  la (lie Old Twinoiinil.  And Thty Didn't Extrelit,  William M KvurtH, who lived until  lie was nearly ninety, mild lie kept hU  honltli by never inking exorclHo, Tho  celebrated Dr. Wlllliini Oeorgo Mend,  wbo lived to the Mtirprlaiug ngo of MS  yearn, spent nearly all of tils timo In  tlio open nlr and pluyod n Uttlo golf,  Dr, Motid iihciI to drink two or three  quat'tB of wntor every dny. und perhaps  thero la a Riigge������rltm In thnt. Old Dubois, who lived In Cnimdti for the bet-  tn* rtnvt of iiii yearn on tlio north  aliore of take Krle, never worked uud |  novor took ������*ena������t;. lie H'cnl H'tculy-  flvo yonra of bla life tlshlng wltb hook  nnd line nnd nte nothing but baked an-  pies nnd milk und brown bread and ununited butter, Porhups yon can live  th.it )"!>������ it yon do nothlnjt but llih  and ent what old Dubois did, lint take  notico that these long liver* nover ax*  erclaed  Oon't Give Up.  Among some skaters wns n boy ao  small aud ao evidently a beginner thut  Ills frequent mishaps uwukenod tho  plly of n tender hearted Jf not wine  spectator,  "Why, sonny, you are getting all  bumped up." "he snld. "I wouldn't  stay on tbo lee und keep falling down  ao; I'd just come off und wutch the  OtllPI'H."  The ten I'm of the lust downfall were  still rolling ovor tho rosy clieuks, but  the child looked from hia udvlser to  the shining steal on his foot aud answered, half Indignantly:  "I didn't get mime new skates to give  up with; I got *oin to letir������t how with "  Life's hard tasks aro never sout for  ws "to give up with:" they are always  Intended to nwaken strength, skill uud  eonrnge In lenrnlug how to master  tbum.-Selected,  Wheti the Zulu hordes appenrecTbe-  fore Rorke's Drift a force of colonial- ,V  raised troops promptly bolted. Among*  their comrades who elected to stay  mid share in the defence was Corpl.  Schiess, a Natal colonist of Swedish  birth.  Almost exactly twenty-one years later came the renowned Corpl. Albrecht,  who, at the great assault on Ladysmith, Jan. 6, 1900, gavo up his Jif.j-  for Kngland, and hud his bravery and  memory immortalized by the bestowal  of a Cross. Alhrecht was one of the  many. Uitlanders who fought hard nnd  well in the various irregular corps,  nnd a general favorite with the Ladysmith garrison,  During the long protracted war in  New Zealana, 1860-9, splendid service-  was rendered by a corps of Forest  Rangers, led by a brave Gernian named Von Tompslty. Had he survived,  it is almost certain that this gallant  citizen-soldier would bave recoivcil  high recognition,  Ovor and over again ho took a lending part in highly dangerous operations, and on nt loast ono occasion a  regular force owed their preservation!  solely to the skill witli which he extricated thom from u tight corner.  THE MARCHIONESS OF RIPON.  Wife of th������ New Peer Is a Friend of*  Queen Alexandra.  Daughter of Lord Herbert, of hen,  Lady Uipon was one of tho most bountiful dehutnntos, and hor marriage to  Lord Lonsdale took place in 1878,  Left a widow in 188*2 with ono daughter, Lady Juliut Lowther, now Lady  Nsrrow Bsosps., i  Klie~<������f tuiii-M* Uo Iwivd mc nwfully. '  bill I don't think I showed It. Every ���������  time I yawned I Just hid It wltb my i  hnnd. He (trying to bo giillnDti-Hetil* i  ly I don't nee how A hnud sn small  could -or-bide - er ��������� that Is - tmautly !  weather we're having, isn't H'������ i  Hs Didn't Knew It.  "Whnt are you doing herof*  "Wnlfln' on prosperity."  "Why, prosperity passed this way  two months ago!"  "You don't nuy! Ihnt aciouuts for  the twltchln' In my J'lnts. I had a idea  that aouieihln' or other bad run over  me."  T������������ BHtaeprlalno, I  Snliwmnii rt'iMy promoted lo eartoj  di������|itirtmetiri-Thts ������iet*k������ac#, muduui, ���������  wns orlulmilly mude f������r th������ l>uUt of \  dttuhliigliiim. who mire If to Aim* ot  Aovirln \V.-'re ���������elllna ������ lot of tb*W j  ~l<uiid<i!i I'iiih li. j  Told Often tnauqh.  "I ought to know what la right and  proper "  "ttor  "Yes; I've threa grownup daughter*  at Home to tell lun."-Detroit tftee  1'rens.  An Old Saying Amended.  The   Mun- Won t   yon   nmrry   ma,  Hieiil*    Itocheinr tllrl-t'ertainir not'-  U'heii ulngletteMK la bliss 'tis folly to  tw wlvtu.-lllustraied Rita.  MAKCIHONKSR OK RIPON.  Juliet, li\itt, Lidy Rljwn marrieil  again in 1886, hor nowid husband biting l-ord do tiii-7, who ���������A )���������oh ������,,,/  enceeeiled to the title ot Mnrquls'nf  Rlnon,  Lady Kipon. who is a close friend  of Queen Alexandra, is devoted to  music, SIio is n eelebrnted hostess  and ontertains largely nt CoombD  roort KItiMimi Mill. Lndv Itipon  if also n most glfU'd linguist, and  enjoys tho distinction of always being  perfectly gownod. Her favorite pet*  are dogs, nnd sho Is the owner of  some tine French toy bull-dogs, tady  Itipon, wbo Is neurlv six loot In  height, is still wonderfully good-looking, ami mIih possesHns charming  souW'White hnlr.  A man mnat bt ejeeaslvely atupM  as well na uiebarliablu wbo liallsvea  there i������ ��������������������� Tirtoe bai on bla own aid*  -A<WU*m.  Tha State Ooach,  The state coach in whioh tha King  snd Queen r<*l*< to flt. Stephen's on  the recent opening of Parliament i������  the fluent vehicle ol ju kind in the  world. It 1* close upon 160 years  old, and originally co������t 140,000, Al-  tlHiiiiih it inptmni uiiumd for forty  years in the roysl mews at Bucking-  luiin I'uhicu, tlm King's builders any  It*, citiditioii ic Hiu'b. ulu*r last yew u-  ovc/httulini, th������t it will last (ortwr. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  si  Eczema is Not  A Blood Disease  .For   this   reason   internal   treatment  fails to cure���������Success of DR.  CHASE'S OINTMENT.  J5xp-ri mee with the use of Dr,  Chase's Ointment will soon convince  .anyone that Ecxema is a disease of  the skin ii.nl* not of tlie hlood.  A large percentage of the cnrns  brought about by Dr. * Chase's Oint-  cnent nre after the patient has beeoni"  tired of tedious internal treatment  with no apparent result.  Apply Dr. Chase's Ointment and it  is not long until there is relief from  the dreadful itching and a bediming  of the process of healing up tlio sores!  When you have tested this soothing  "healing ointment you wi'il wonder why  you ever wasted time with internal  treatment for eczema.  Mr. A. D. Jilacauley, S'ornoway,  <Jue., writes:���������"I had itching eczema  on my leg for over live years and tried  many remedies and   several   doctors  without benefit.   Dr. Chase's Ointmeht  curod me completely "  Mrs. Chas. Gilbert, Haystack, Pin-  centiii Day,, Nfld., writes:���������I was a  sufferer from Salt Rheum for ten  years and was cured by eight boxes of  , Dr. Chase's Ointment. I am heartily  thankful for this cure and want to recommend Dr. Chase's Ointment to  other sufferers."  Dr. Chase's Ointment is wonderfully  soothing and healing. Hy its antiseptic powers it cleans out the son's, stops  the agonizing itching and joon sets up  ; the process of healing which means  thorough cure, if the treatment is per-  ; sisted in.  i Why not get the cure started to-day?  'If you are a sufferer from eczema or  ! any form of itching skia disease you  [will thank the day.you heard of Dr.  I Chase's Ointment.   GO cts. a box, all  j dealers  or  Edmonson, cBates   &   Co.,  I Toronto, Can.   Write for free copy of,  j Dr. Chase's Recipes.  Ghastly Retrieving I  Lord Robert Innes-Ker, at a dinner;  in New York, said of a New York wit:.  "His wit always hits the mark It!  is not like the shooting of a friend of j  mine. ', \  "My friend went rabbit shooting ona \  day with a fine retriever dog. * A rah- j  bit suddenly appeared and my friend  let go both' barrels.  "The dog, that never fnild to retrieve a shot, uttered a mournful Cry,  and returning with its own tail in its  mouth laid it reproach.ully at my  friend's feet."  The most obstinate oorns a**d warts'  ���������fail to resist Hollo way's Corn Cure.!  ' Try it. !  TALES FROM THE WONDERFUL WEST  1 "You see,' said a despo!ule-,t' man'  jou Saturday, "some people*has good,  ;luck and some people has had luck.!  .Now, I remember I wes w*lking along1  itlie street with Tom Jellicks, and ho j  1 went down one side of it and I went!  > down the other. . We had not gone j  ! more than half-way down when he;  [found a 'pocket-book with $50 in it,\  : and l��������� stepped on a woman's drpss.!  j and so got acquainted with my pres mt;  '��������� wife. It was always so," xi-rded- he, >  iwith a sigh; "that'Tom Jellieks was-  I the luckiest men in the world, and I'  never had any luck."  STATEMENT OF  A TRAVELLER  Scott's Emulsion  is a wonderful food-medicine for all ages of mankind. It will make the  ddicatc.sickly baby strong  and well���������will give the  pale, anemic girl rosy  cheeks and rich, red blood.  It will put flesh on the  bones of the tired, overworked, thin man, and  will keep the aged man  or woman in condition to  resist colds or pneumonia  in the winter.  fob salb bt aix vavaais'cs  Needed  Them  Badly  Old George Kettle   rushed   in   the  Trotwood telegraph oflice   the   oth?r  day with a small package wrapped ini  a newspaper under bis arm.  '���������'Telegraph this to my-wife ('own to  Dayton, Harvey," he said to the telegraph el'.'rk,'- thrusti'ig tho, package  through the little window.  "No, no, G.-'oriie, wc can't do anything like that," laughed the clerk.  "Drat ye," said Ueonr*. angrily,  "ye got to do it. It's my wife's toe:h."  ���������Kansas  City Times.  The fat fidel r at the children's  fancy clr-ss ball suddenly eeas'd pi y-  ipg, and glared after a wee maiden  dancing jn a set of ourdrill *s.  "What's Hie matt r with you,  Scraper," bellowed the hnder, incensed at his subordinate's unexpected inactivity.  "Dropped my rosin," answer >d  Scraper, still keping one eye oa the  quadrilles.  "Well never mind !" objected the  hndcr. "Go on playing; you'll get it  presently."  "Uo on plnyin' be dashr>d !" retorted  Scraper. "My rosin'll be done afore  the set! Queen Mary down then* 'as  nicked it un an' given 'alf of it to  Romeo an' they're a suckin' it for all  they're worth."  IN PAIN FOR YEARS  "FRUIT-A-TIYES" BRINGS BEUEF  IS  SURE   DODD'S   KIDNEY   PILLS  i CURED  HIS DIABETES. !  Now Lassie  Kindly Gie Attention  Till we make brief an' hasty mention  of Sic' a Great and Good Invention  as  Golden West Washing Powder  'Twill Save Ye Muckle Time an' Splatters  An' Ye may Tend To Other Matters  While Bonnie Bessie Does   the   Platters;  It Clanes the Things Sa' Aisily.  ^Jis.Only a Shillin' the   Three-Pun-Packet  An'"5e"H^=Bee the   Premiums���������Lass  ,*> ���������  L  \  (Design Protected by Copyright.)  J  WW���������"������������������"���������������������������"���������"������������������""���������"'  41  41  4 I  41  EDDY'S  Bread Wrappers  To Prevent Danger of Impurities in Delivering from the Oven to the  Home, Insist on Your Bakor Wrapping his Dread in Our Wrappers.  We ara the Originators of Bread Wrappers Now Used by Lending Bakers' of Ottnwa, Montreal, Toronto, nnd other Cities.  THE ������. B. EDDY CO., Hull, CANADA  Geo. H. Watterworth, of Rodney,  Feels Like a Boy Again After Suffering From the Most Deadly of  Kidney Diseases.  Rodney,  Ont.   (Special).���������Mr.  Geo.  l'H. Watterworth, a well-known travel-:  I ling salesman, .whose home is ii this  ''place, makes an unqualified statement  that  he  was  cured  of    Diabetes    by  Dodd's Kidney Pills. j  "Yes," Mr. Watterworth said when  asked   regarding   his   cura,    "Dodd's  Kidney Pills cured me of Diabetes.   I  took thirty-seven boxes in all, but to-;  day I am restored to good health.      > <  "I was" r.lsb, troubled with Rheumatism and Headache, my sleep was broken and unrefreshing "and I was al-  j ways tired and nervous.   But Dodd's  lj;idn.ey_Eills_citred-n!e_and-no-w���������1-fatd-  I just like. I did when I was a boy."     I  I    Dodd's Kidney  Pills cure  Diabetes  'because   it   is a Kidney disease and  'there  is no form  of Kidney disease  ���������Dodd's Kidney Pills   will   not   ctirn.  Mr.    Wntt?rworth's    other    ailments  were causae! by diseased Kidneys failing to  strain  impurities  out of tho  blood, and Dodd's Kidnoy Pills cured  tbem by curing the sick Kidneys.  In the more remote, parts of rural  , Roumania, there are, more than 50,-  ;000 cave dwellings, inhabited by more  j than 250.000 pens-nts, "with e.rrnnge-  inients almost us primitive as in the  j stone ngi.  Send 10o., nam* nf pnpor tnd thii nd. fnr ant  bi'iiutifiil Sa������in������������ Hunk unit Onllri'a Sk.-teh-Boole  Baob buuk vontaini a Good Luck Petiio.  SCOTT & BOWNE  12S W������Uia������lo������ Stre.t. Wo*l      Torn-i.,. r���������������(  Or Else Burn  Andrew Carnegie, apropos of his  epigram about the disgrace of dying,  rich, said at a dinner in Washington:  "Why should anyone die rich?  There arc no pockets in a shroud, and  as for the man who'd like to take his  money away wij^i him, why oven if  he managed to do so, it would only  melt."  A doctor who had recently marrWl  a young widow thrived home af*- r p r-  forming a serious but successful operation on a patient.  "How did it go?" ask?d his .wife.  "Oh, .1'null-d him through, but it  was a stiff job."  "How clever you are, Tom," remarked the admiring spouse. "If I  had only married you four years aco I  feel cert-'in that poor John (her first  husband) would have been savyd."  *        REST AND PEACE  Mrs. Crawford���������"You must love your  husband very dearly if you save all  the letters he sends you while you're,  in the country."  Mrs. Crabsh'aw���������"I am koep'ng them  for comnarispn, my dear. I'm sure to  catch him in a lie."  Fall     Upon    Distracted     Households  When Cuticura  Enters  Sleep for. skiiiTtortured babies and  rest for tired, fretted mothers is found  in a hot bath with Cuticura Soap and  a gentle anointing with Cuticura  Ointment. This treatment, in the majority of cases, affords immediate re-  lisf iif the most, distressing forms of  itching, burning, scaly and crusted  tumours, eczemas, rashes, inflammations, /irritations and dialings, of infancy and childhood, permits rest and  sleep to both parent and child, and  points; to a speedy cure when other  ���������nickly HtopD coughs,  tb* throat sad  lana*.  oolUb, he������tla  M oanta.  "I trus', Mips Smith," remarked a  persevering young man, as he rose to  depart, "that I, have riot taken up too  much of your valuable time?"  "Not at all," replied the girl. "The  time you, have taken up has been of  no value to me whatever, 1 assure  you!"  MRt. FRANK KATON  Prankville, Ont., Sept. 27, 1909.  "I suffered for years from headache*  and pain in the back, and I consulted  doctors and took every remedy obtain-  ���������able without any relief. Then I began  taking "Fruit-a-tives", the famous fruit  juice tablets, and this was the- only  medicine that ever did me any real good.  I took several boxes altogether, and  now I am entirely well of all my dreadful headaches and backaches".  (Signed) MRS. FRANK EATON.  50c a box, 6. for ������2.50 or trial box, 25c  At dealers or from Fruit-a-tives Limited,  Ottawa. *'  Wrong Perspective  She���������But, perhaps, dear, you don't  approach father properly.  He���������Yes, I did; but, unfortunately,  I turned around.  remedies .'fail'  Worn out rind worried parents  will find this pure, sweet and economical treatment realizes their highest expectations and may be applied  to the young-'st infants as well as  children of all apes. The Cuticura  Rnmedies are sold by druggists everywhere. " .'    '  is the word to remember  when you need a remedy  ^COUGHS^COLOS  ���������?av;  RBT  WlMWIIlHHY  MA 111   IN  CANADA  A pura Mill Jellr Ppmler���������iu������ tin  flout pun Calvn Foot Jally flivorad  ������������������ly by th* pun fruit.       .  Pure Gold Jelly Powders'  (TnrJt Mirk IifliiirtJ)  Offai ������on "B.ittr Quality" on tha liWi-lni work lo thi kltcbin.  Oni-!loa!i4iri<������������t||>������*N������nl Vr**  1*1 III uu* ynu our vahiabir Hnlr bonk "Tlw  (Mill ������t Dalle lorn IlriMiii." It It-Ill yuu Uu*      I ,'       II aiikr toy nmiit ol dainty diurrii and *���������-  lletitu mI***i la tut Unit tluii an* tlmon nt  Ifttbli ii ill.  Purt Gold M(������, Co., Limited  Tlfliti  *  *  i:  *  *  !*  >*  I*  I*  I*  I*  I*  i*  j*  I*  IJ  *  *  *  +  *  ****************  STURDY   CHILDREN *    *  Tn every home whore Baby's *  Own Tablets are used you will *  find rosy, sturdy, pood-na'ure I *  ehildrm, because   the   Tabids' *  cleanse tho stomach and bowo's, *  r.id digestion and   thus   bring **  perfect health,     And   you can *  give tbem with 'ociunl snfi'ty to *  thn now born bnby or tlio well *  grown child,    Mrs, A,  15. Mo- *  I.001I, Woodstook, Ont., biiva  "\ *  have used Baby's Own Tablets *  since my baby was two weeks *  old and have found   them   of *  groat Ivnellt for tbo nilmonts of *  childhood, especially for etotn- +  noli  nnd  bowel    troubles    nnd *  when teething,"   Sold bv modi- *  cine cinders or by mail at 25 *  p'Mifs a box from Tbe Dr. Wil- *  Ib'tiiH1   Medicine   Co,,   Brock- *  ville, Ont. *  ****************  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, ������������ Uifj* cannot reasb  the wat ol the dlseaae. Catarrh la ������ blood or conitl-  tutloiul disease, and In order to cure It you muat take  internal remedlna. Itnll'a Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, and ucta directly upon the blood ond mucou*  lurfacea. Hall's Catarrh Cure la not a quack medicine. It wns preacrlbed by ona ot the beat phyalcluni  li thla country tor yeara and la a regular prwrlptlon.  It la compoaed of the heat ton lea known, combined  with the beat blood nurlflcra, acting directly nn th*  mucous aurfacea, The perfect combination of th*  two Ingredients la whnt produces auch wonderful ro*  lUlt* In curing cntarrh. Send for testimonials, free.  P. J, CHKNEY A CO,, Prop*.,. ToMo, O.  Sold by nrwrnlata, price 7fto.  Take Hull'* Family Pill* for constipation.  A New Jersey inventor is responsible for an adjust able rake in which  the.teeth may be set at any angle, or  tli" whole thing turned into a pitch-  fork.  .., A simplo-lxwtcd and truly dovoct  country preacher, who hail tasted but  few of the drinks of the world, took  j ('inner with a high-toned family, wh r*  a glass of milk punch was ouiotly set  ('own by each plate,' Ti silence and  happiness this new Vicar of Wakefield  cu-'ffed his goblet and then added:  "Madam, yoa should daily tliiink God  for such a good cow."  HANG YOUR OWN SHIRTS!  A new invention, The Hang-Alon������  Skirt Marker, will secure for you an  absolutely accurate and even 'bottom  line for dresses, without any assist-  ance. Invaluable to women who make  then- own clothes nnd to professional  dressmakers as well. Simple in construction.   Any person can use it.  Costs One Dollar���������Lasts a Lifetime  I Send for   free   descriptive   circular.  j Address:  I P. O. BOX 1497,   WINNIPEG,   MAN.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc.,  In connection with the eeitnlion  for a,purer milk sunply, a liritish authority claims 200,000 men in Kngland  ntul Wales ure atllictod with tuberculosis,  ^eeeeeweeeweeeaaeeeaeeeeeej  VETERAN SCRIP  ;   The Renl Liver Pill,���������A tnmiil liver j  'menus a disordered syslem, mental dc*\  I prossion,'lassitude and in Hip end, if  Ipitp be not taken, a chronic state of  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere j debility.    Thn very host medleino.lo  arouse tlio liver to lieaUhly action' is'  I'lirinclee's Vegetable I'ills, They are  coinnoundi'd of purelv vdji'tiihlo'sub-'  stances of careful se'pction ami no  other pills have their fine finalities.  They do not urine or pain mul Uuy arc  agreeable to the most sensitive  stomach,  FARM LOANS  Wo will ncccpt a first mort-  page on improved farm land and  sell you Veteran Scrip in this  way at regular cash price,  Write to-day for loan application  YOUR OPPORTUNITY IS NOW  Canada Loan & Realty Co., Ltd.  Winnipeg,  ee+4*e4**wm4+eee*eeeee+eeemw  Villi a Bno'-d of tbiriy-eiirht miles  an hour, the new British' torpedo boat  destroyer Nubian, holds the record of  nil vessels in the world,  laMiilea an R**u*a(  Mad ui I Ve In aliinpi li> i>ij' ptek.  Ini and puiujr and In in srnd y,n  imrrnua ninplri el our Vinlll*  aad Unoii Kurn-ii mi 1 mill ca*  ef Haklni P"������Jrr. Mamlan year  owa inddulrf'i nimf and litmi,  She���������"What   lllnke������  ynu   think  t'������-**t  "lis* '''i'tgles has such a sweet disposi-  ���������lio*-'-"  I    |-| '-"Mecatt.-iP  she  is  alwevs  sniil*  Ini'"  S'.e   "Tbet  is pot  h-r dispositinii;  ! that's  her new  teeth,"  In its iritial staoes a cold is a local  ailment envily dealt with, But many  neglect it and the result is often tbo  i'evi'lonnip*������i of distressing seizures of  the bro-'cbii'l fuh������s n'nd lungs tbnt  render life inis"rnbl'' for Ihe unhappy  yictivn, ,<s n llrst 1 id t'^'re is nothing  in the bandy mpi'iciap Ihe sn certain  In curative  r'"K'iltr< as  Anti-  iiiiiuiimiiiiniii  1 Mlnnrd'i Llnimunt   Cures   Onndruff.  1    In the first i������evei) iiiouMiit this yenr  fO'i'l* 7C,(I WI   nei'sons e ��������� Itfi'led    from  idrw't     Britain    to British    North  j America.  ��������� Mlnnrd'i Liniment R������ll"v������i Neiirnlgi.1  j    What n inii'i siixn nbout his en������i������ii' '  should be taken wllh a pound of salt.  f'oi'Huini'live    Kl'niii,    the   far-famed  remedy for culil������ r. id inuglif,  .'no��������� "f h"v> gut n goud job at last,  Ben, nn* hiiv "  n.i������i-"\Vhi't he iloin'i-"  ,lnt<--"Oh, I'm a '���������*,������lii r in 11 n'lic"  ami  a milling  j"b It  Write  PAGE WHITE FENCES  fr.<f e-vc-i *",' e**t n(iir������ *������������������ -t t.ai-i.j, r������.'������������. r.....������ ...i ;>.:*.. .'...   u.m. ml** ni ns*  Vniri* titd 1*,WI rnti OtMi aum la um ia Cttidi. Our llll) rtaen at* btttat Uim ***t.    Ott  talral prlira ami lieevlrt.  tnm R. LANGTRY  UT ���������ANNATYNf ST. L. WWNIPKl WOttX AND OATRS W STOCK  Free to Our riend-iri  1 Mm- Murine Kye Hniueily Co,, fhi-  jcago, for 48-nage illustrated Myo Book  1 Kreo, Write nil nbout Your five  I Trouble iind they will advise as to the  1 C'oppr Application of tlie Murine Kyo  I Hi'nicdies iii Vour Bpeeial ('tine. Your  I Druggist will toll you that Murine He*  I lle-ea    ������,,*���������    |fi.,i,.     C(,���������,,���������,���������,(,,.,���������, ���������    XX*   ,.t.  i ;'',vph,    Doesn't Hfiinrt,   Soolhcs    Kyn  . r.iiu. nun Kri'in mi ,mc.   iiy it 111 ^our  I'lves and in  Baby's  Dyes for iSculy  ! Ivyellds ntul Oraiiulntion.  1  BOOOT   VOUn   TOWII   CV   QR<mml*.i.*r*ie   A  BRASS BAND  Information on tlii* nuhtect wltb printed ln*trui������tlnn������ for  nnmteur li*ml������ ami * printed form of I'unitltutlnn nnrt hy*  hRXfJ** ������������������n������U, toother wllh our hl������ o������tnlo*u������, wMI bn mulled  KUKR} on reiiuitut, t.v������<l.lri���������*��������� D������-|it, "It."  i4.i vomr,  ��������� THT. FT  TOU ONTO  Occasionally   when a ivonuin   tells  her wiiiimii Iri-ni'- uh't a '',���������*,| num  . IH I    llllfildiai    1^   "ill-   ll'llll,!     I������-|| -\'rr<    II  hit the time.  1***11 ��������� **- \ een<'\ r in 11 p'lice 1 r's,  '<i \ Wml'w 'hi-r* J ne'vr '-ird of  Ur t afoi'i,   Wirt's ver I'o'ity*"  ���������'" ��������� "''nty ! I counts the coppers  ns lliey ciiniti* in."  Do It Now, -Disni'il"^ of the A\>ci.  li i' ii'uii r tus si ii 'M li ��������� ilea'* with at  oui't' linfov* ('iitiir.lii'filines nri-e that  ll,|,y be i'ill|i'il|l lo eo* e with, The mui*.  ���������I i"*nii"iy tn thi-* end nml mie thnt is  Wit' i'i !'������������������ "ll nf llll i.s IVrin-l -e's Yi-!.'-  nf"l)|o I'j'ls lh- Iii- t lu.vn'ive j-nd  He,l|i||ve -m tile ll��������� ft��������� Id'l I'll ent ili-lny,  Init try Ih'-'ii 1 mi1, Pun trial will eon.  vi'i*1-   I'l-yoni-   tl-l-l   1 ll -V   lire   the   lier-l  stoinncli regitlaliii' tint can li" yot.  An     rrt-l������i������t������oi.l     (t-lt.l-,1, r  |*'onrl Mnthet-���������!������ -,. here Ml������ Tefie'i-  er, I wnnt my mil I" hi've i-vt-iytliiiig  pruui'i* IlilOlM her seh o|i ���������',  Ti'lieber���������Well, liiwn't nhe. Uftihi-f'-1  l-'nnd Motlier- No, she hnin'i. She  iind told im* ch"'������ olittlyi"' tli-in coin-  ninii   nouns. - Halti-iior -   Ani'ii-'iin  !' "D.-d!"   "Yen, my so-,,"   'UVhnl is  1 nn  nlliii'iite ennsiiinpr," '  i   "An ultimate consumer, n-\- buy, is  IIIip oue that gets the bash!" i-  1 .Mi iiiofhi-rH can put away aexietyi  , r-gi'i* .'i'lg their suffering children!  1 ������1ii-ii they Imt'i- Muthi-r (iiav--*- \V -nu -,  ' Kxlenninetor In I'ivc relief, lis effect'  are sure aud lasting, 1  Koeplng Hlinelf Dry  '   I-'im- flu enli'iyi   "Tfow du yon iiuui*  ag-- tn k"i*p ymirsi'li dry in (hi* wet'  weatler:-    llon't   ynu  wear  a  -������wilcr-j  l.u'imf!'" i  fihliy "Nn, nn, sir; T jmd tuk' a:  sail herrin' in the iiioriiiu' afoi'i- I'  conic not, anil it keeps nn- dry 11' tiny."  :    "This beetle iwiyte 1  purcb-'scil lieri',  doesii't xei-iii to kill llie lii-elli-i' nt nil."  "All! >nii ������"'-, iiiailnin, Ihe proie-riieo  of this pivpai'iitinn are not In kill the1  hi'i-il'-h at oiii'i-, Iml In iinili'i'iiiiiii- th-ir  COllStitUtllllH,"  Dr. Wood, the popular liend master'  of Harrow xclinnl, once told 11 i-atiitnl'  story of a lmy wim ini������seil u luitialion  drill which in coin-id - *���������������������'������ I a Muiii-wlint  jf-rioilH nff'-iice nt tin- famuli.* wlnml,  >Tln> doctor siiinuioiietl   the   biti,   an  I lin,,rie-m    *.,   hi-     ,,���������l ,.|   ll.��������� I  dri'hsi'd hini!  ('.���������  ,l .,11   Mi-li,  ,1.1  .0-    hull' 1,11)   nn  "ml "f tin- c'lih't c"i*p.t I can luivi  Ju*t Think of III With th* ������AMK D*������  jrou can coin r APIV kind nfctnth |������<>H#������illy..Hii  chanit* of inlauloii. Mlcolora lorauia (ram  yuilf UruKRiai o' li-alm. Sant|il* C������rit anJ  Bonk at Prfi.. T'-.* J������hnt������n>MohardMn  -09.,L.t,tmlin-!,  I'i;iit. p.. Mniuraal, <<���������������������"  Good Fellowship  occasionally lencU to over-Indulgence In the good tilings of tho  tnble. Bo good to yuur stomach.  Kight it ut once witli  &m  Sold Rv*rywh*r������,       tn Horn* *% c*nt������  Brass Band  Thii l, the  Time to  Organite  Ji.iti*.,,,,.;., P. umt, DmhJ I'Sutu, imtt,  EVERY TOWN CAN HAVf. A BANtl  lAineil, lire mumr 'lueKul.    Hnor������lnliiKU������,  ... .������.. r���������   . ...       umiifj fr(B    H'rliou*  . pre i-  vi,11   wi-f Wi flliinlriitltiti  sho,. and ���������h tlii'lii:,! muster , ;,,��������� ������rfrffitoR^������V������rTR������J  have you biielietl?    Nt.iv,  ivliich  mot- Tiir.,nio.Ont.,a*iiiilWlnnl���������i.|f!Mi������m  l"iice do you preiei  Th" Imu nr of tin  -itnniion nvi-rciim-  Htm? I��������� WILLIAMS  A *f>*i* CO^  LIMITED  COLT DISTEMPER  i***mt**m***S\  t<tmnnn*������mf*. M*  lS*j*nn**r%r*i  firman? if latmi par.  em*am wuHUt te***********  !���������#���������������. t*ia  KIDNEYS WRONff?   I   If they nre you   nre   in   danger,  I   When through weiikness or disenso  !   the kidneys (ail to Alter the itnpiir-  11 io    Irom    the    blood,    trouble  i   c)in������-s nt once,   Bnck'elie, Itheii-  I    ii.--ii>m   SVi-tii'a, ''niv i,  Dialil-  ��������� ���������-, Dall Hfoiif** and   tic   deadly  Bright'* Di*'ii������i- nre some of the  iv, ult* of ii"gleete������l kidneys.    Dr,  Morse'* Indinn Hoot Bills contain  ������ nmct fffuctive   iliurtit-*   which  Mr������ngth*>ni  iind    *-iitTiulnt'������    Ui**  kidney* no thnt they do their work  Uiuixuulily ������x������l *ei\.  Tiv  DR.  MORSrg  INDIAN    ROOT    PILLS  SPECIAL NOIiCE  -ir, hiu.,,,,." ifl COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND AGENTS  Send lor tree nam pin to D������pt NT, Nn-  lionul Dnif 4 Chomieal Co.. Toronto.  Hinih* li" i-i-|>ImI.  "I  pr-'b-r tn In-  -''"'.  tlli'll   you'll   be   ll It MU "  ���������.-., V , ..       !    AKrnt������  Wanted  by  B.  SHBAQQE,  Ho'oitum and Mo���������  whil*   wiilkine m  pr|ncm 3,,,  Winnipeg, to  pur.  by   hecnnnl   *��������������������� ��������� imtie,* bnanl vyl.ich  ch-|f for ,,;,��������� ���������, ���������nd bf������  Htated that live ���������hilli!ii:*t    wo������M    b" ca,t flm, wrol)Kht Iron,   old   rubbtr  paid t��������� tAuii- r 1.    '.   I ���������.���������.-.fh..|- miu   hooU  .������������������,    %Ut)n    AnA  Horn drowniMu,  It 'Mdn't tik ��������� th -rn nmre t!irm n  ininiiii* to nrrnu'-'i' tuni nin- r-hmilii lull  iii mul Ik- ������nvi*d by the Mini, nud the  "takt-H" divi'ti-il ; I UU UHII  mnnk UUll  In  went  Hnl, ami  (mind  it   rutln-n ' vv ������n"   ninni* ywji  '''���������'���������per tbpfj  It" evp-C'-.l     H'������������fvi*r, (lt ;i iiiiintli-*.   ruining   vegetable*   in  h<* i������pln*dii'i| about, nvinc jl'lorida    Wntf |..r nur vnlunble liook  "('i-nii- on, M������is,v   r-txf im' ' -of FACTS.  ��������� \ii���������.., hi-AtA- I I    Finrii., I..iii-f a, R,x M7, CWiil*!,  ��������� "Hoi." h,- *fli,l, "I've I n r.>ti.lin������ *.*\H.  (thnt notiiH������.|i������i������rd ngnin, nnd (��������� cny*.  ������(iiic������    and    crown   Ingir  quart, pint .iml whUk������y bottlin  YOU CAN MAKE S3,000  Ten dblllingn for ������ dt-nd luAyA   Now,  do b������ ri'n-wnfcble,"  I  W. N, U , N������. 711. The Me������ ������ws  4ss.i������d   livery   Toesdrtv   bv   the  Comox   <$t    Cyrn-senland  Pub ishing   *u nop-any  Tli in paper will ii-.i Hold itself  rf-ipon^ibl;* for tin- npi'tioiisof oih-  *���������������'.>, a-J may appt������M* in i'������ uolutnns  i'j'Oin time to time.  ,i���������l   i i i*iiifib  fHE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISa   COLUMBIA.  A.'fr*~WA/,A  TUESDAY,    MAY ;���������-,     1910,  *ml*rmtmw-' "W^1*********  ^^������������������imr" ���������em*g*m*m*4m*www**wmw.  VOTIVE is hereby glvui I. >t ojie motilb  Ir m d.*tc I inlet ij I ��������� *������������������. ly 11 'he Suv<-iv  iiilendent cf Provhivirtl I' lee, Vjotorin*  f in renew d ot the b->t I 11 <'ti*e bold by  me fir the WoortbiiB St p - "Pln-e, sit-  tiatsd ou Lot 178, C miex '��������� uu <. t, J','-'.  A v:>,)���������: Woomn'S,  Ditid2G������hd������y.of Apri, ).',ilO,  KOnCBim hereby given thnt ope month  , Jr-m date I intend to npp'y 11 the snper-  inteLdeut. <t Proviucial I' lios. Victoria,  for a Ijotol liipi-ir Iiosn-o, in the Wilson  boiel, situated at Union tt y, 15,0.  JOH.X  lU'HJ'HIlUY, Jh.  Dated U6*.lid"y of Api, I'.llO.  J?0TICF. is hereby {.'Wo ��������� thut, ono motth  fri'in dnte ������e intou-i ���������. i a ;iiy to the Snp-  oriute id -ut of fr'oviiiei ' i'< fioe, Viott-ri-*,  for'irenewal of thu il ul Uc-'iiun held  by U3 f'-r the Nelseti h ��������� >���������!, situated at  Uuio'i bay, b,C\ Fis.v.'i'.ii A lJisuor,  Dated 20th day of A,u, li)10.  JWl'ICKU hwby give* 'i'iir, ono im-pdi  from data i. m'.end U p.; ,* t*. ��������� Vne -mper-  intoMt'ent oj. I'roricui.ii ''*U.i-, V-i-it'ii-,  f������������������::��������� :: rviiew!-.! -if th<, ;,., ������������������ '��������� A eu.v.: AAA oy  ���������tne. *i- the. Wilson he'.-.. - iu .tu i i-.l ijai-  m,  jjHV i':^t'.-i JiUMj'liW.V.  Da ed '.ti<: SQf.b nuy <'t ."pi'il, 1010.  T.i)''101', is '.(������������������, ;b*- ii"f Hi ���������' Otic * oiitb  Ir  ������������������: tinlfi I ^I'.-ii.i l.t.   ,..(���������   ������������������������������������ '��������������������������� !*.'!;<���������    U\:;i--  New  England  Hotel  TTudtr New  Mutagemeut  First-Class   Board  by  the clay, week or month.  Reasonable Rates  The Bar has been new  ly  replenished with  the  with the choicest of wines  liquors and cigars.  James   Walters,  Proprietor  Garden, Field  and Flower  Now crop now arriving from our glowers in EiiRlnnd,France  Holland, Cnnmk and tho United States. All tesied hb to vitality ii nd purity on arrival. The best is good cnouph for our cus-  toinen������. Catalogue free. Hupiue**-} will be continued at our old  stand until May. After that in new location, which will be announced later.        AddresE  M. J. HENRY, 3010 Wesminster Rd, Vancouver  Cock's Cotton Root Compouni  Tha great Dtoriua Tonic aud  only etito oitix-tnal Moutlily  Regulator on which -women can  depend. Sold in three decreoa  of 8t.rfingth-No. X, *l; Ng. 2,  10 degroos strongfflf, S3; Np, 8,  for special cases, 26 per box.  Sold liy all drugeiats, or spun  irepaid on receipt or price.  ^.    yfepampffletr'AJiwjr'THii  ?CMtllE0������)IMC0..TOiiimT0.0NT. tf<"*wrJ������ Mrwdto*,  CUMBERLAND, B. C  Form No, 9.  LAND ACT.  Form of Notioe,  Coniox Land   District  District of Coast;  TAKE notice that Henry Arthur Young, of   Vunc'iitver, occupation Muster Murine!', intends to  ���������sppiy i'or permission   to  purcliasn  tie   l'>.'!U>x'i!:ir desui'ihod  lunds:���������  i .int) tia'jif..;* oiA.ii ��������� ������������������; i;^>-.i--fi imrr  tiy i-..������i for V.;.; vV:is"l:   :.,   ��������� :,    .���������>::���������������������������.���������.���������.;.   ..i  Uiuo.i, li C., to -lohii ;:   ���������:  ru -'. ���������;���������.  J11 . ���������.  ui.'Ajrillti'.'.'"  Pa'ui 2'ji.ti tiny '.f .',..���������;    I!)10.  V- '/IT'JE.!��������� h.:ff:-,y j,;:v...-.    i .1; out��������� u;oi Al  i ft HI.  lilt :   Villi*!,!. 1.1  V    ...      ,;*!ll|b!.'    !ill| 1  r  lii.i>. dan.. ;.f   ,"'!.��������� .Vint''::.!   :   nt-o.   Vic.'.rii.,  ti-..' :: r'-i-fiwfll <>l tn. ii,.,.    iiwi'liaa hel'.'i b, |  i> ������ Ur '-i'i--   JiOI'lH-   hot'''    (41 lifted nl C"- J  m .v  Ji c I'i.o'.<r.������-vi- M, t i.irir,.  1'tu .12i;tii <i .v i.v Aj.n , uio.  C"'SuTmTTr<MTiTT~u-ra^TO  Timriow   Isl���������md* about  one milo  East. ofGrooti i'oint, beside 11 post  C0RPO1UTT0N  OF   THE CITY OP  CUMBERLAND.  A BY-DAW to provide for the con-  Btruction of Sowers in tho City of  Cumbcrlantl- nnd ���������to authorize the  borrowing oi iv sum of $25,000, up-  ,on tne security of Sewer Rates and  Sewer Rentals, with the guarantee of  the City  of Cumberland.  WHEREAS it is desirable to construct a system of sewers in tht C'.ty  of Cumberland according to the  plans therefor prepared by Ed. Mo-  hun, Esq., and adopted by the1 Council of the said City of Cumberland.  AND WHEREAS it is intended   to  borrow the sum of $35,0(1*0.(1(1   upon  ithe.- security of Sower Rates and Sewer Rentals imposed, levied and   collectable in the City of Cumberland.  AND WHEREAS the Corporation  of the City of Cumberland propose  to guarantee thn payment cf tho mo-  rdes borrowed under authority of  this By-Law, and the interest, there-  on,  1 AND WHEREAS a Petition, under  the provisions of tlic Municipal  Clauses Act, signed by the owners  of more than one-tenth of the value,  of the real property in the Oity of  Cumberland, as showii on' -nd by the  Ir.st revised AascRsment Roll of the  7Snid-City~of-CumhCi:l&liiL,���������has been  prerented to    the Municipal Council  Jf.' 1 a in iioieny genu ������������������],,'. oue mouth  from d%U I int������u I to upi������!y tn ihe Supor-  llHtll.im-t of   l'roVi*iail:l   1    ifi:t-,   \ jet ij'ju,  tor 11 iu iwnl of 'lu> h tt I ; i-.i-n 11 i.elil by  mn I'or Un* Hi'iui-ulu m.;../; * turned nt  Cimiteiiiiy. I'-.C (���������, ���������'*.  Fi:hi:.s'k,r,  iinUnt tnr. UOin thy ��������� t .'.p. il i',)10  K(.lrl(0/  j;.   !    ..-'  |,y   ,/.-. :..,     ,���������-..;    ,u-      f:  Iff. \ dl'l..' ' '"!,".M If, li; :     .    ,      :!',i   '.|.;i.. ���������  iiil'.i-uiii ul '���������'   I*'i ii n;i'.i,!-   -.'��������� iii-'j,   A,l\ ���������;'.;.  ,'.i)l* ii i'.-in-    ':.!.. ' :, ;    !.'*'''    ' ;  (l|0   ttif lilH Uilil'M :ii.','..l, M    ;!i"ll   III    1.1 lli  I'll. IJ I'. s\/i ���������i,,:, Di'.vj,',,  Uil'.-d tti������*3(it,!i -lny :.f .>,.  i| Hllll  " -"���������*  "~ ""���������*        *      1        "���������"   *-  ^O'J'IOF, Hht-nby ,i/*vtfi   11 ,  im*> pnvith  t o.u .l.tl,   . 1 t<-it.' *     -��������� , ,'������������������  *: ���������!- ,*  l U|..,������isi't -t I'i  viiio.'l    ���������    ���������<*   \':c.,tiriii,  I nl' It ll������lll;'.Vul i-f   l|ii h.ii'.i 1 i-   nil: \\0���������i   liy  111< for iliu l.'tit'.-Uniiy li.ilt-,   .ilniao'   iii  (' 'iirtt'iiay, U.U,      ihni   !'.   'nus.i.*i .  itiitnii ytSf* iiy <t AyuA ' ':''*,  N.irifKlH lieri;li(v i^'ivin I- * iiiiiiiiiJiit.it  J'i'.mi ilnt* I in "ini t - '".'l1 ) ' ' tin >np-7-  n.tii licit'if I'i'viic'i������l ''" i!*. Vii; unit,  fnr ll '"it'tvil ut tin- Iul I l|..i'i|.-ii) Ih'IiI hy  in,-f'������r l.liflKlk liotul,-itu'"l nt I'lini'X,  )(.(.', (icom.'i: (>     1 (inm.iAin.  Untnl 2'JU) lUj'of Ai*ri 1.1 ,nu,  J{<.)'Pl. V, l* lit'i'nliy i/lvi'i) "i nl. "i/ii inniuli  liiitii d'tn I ii'tinil to ii)',' y " ilm ,sii|MH'  ii tiniiiuit of I'r vlii-iiai r 1 ���������", Vi'-nn-ji,  ('.i.t-iiwui-ml i-f I inliiMi i'''ii'i* liiild liy  in -f.i- lip I'-ir* A't,''ifcl:i ii-' -I, nil nut-il ul,  |:i.iii.,,V, 1',1' ' .  '���������    UuiiMi'.s.  Iiali.'ii Uilli ' .)' ��������� f .\|i;*|l. .',.''0  ���������������'   , ., v     'I  4 ..I .1, . 1 .-   >'  I.ASP M'T I  ,m .  ��������������������������� I  r   , ,������������������>:- ... '  < 't ii.-  .. i', ; :)... ',' 1  ,ii'i������; j 'c "'' ���������"<>���������--������������������ -A ,  ���������     ., ,,,.���������',  1  i  i-if 'iv 11   !   '  ,A {\ '���������'. '��������� lr    i-f .1"- *   -���������" .n-1  -;    i o'.' 1!"V 1'    * >,    l,      ''1  'I'liit,'.!, i  ',������, ..;, 1.    . ,   iim,    '   ���������       ��������� ���������imi, iii-!  iiiaflced A, P. A., N. K. ������or.  tiifi'H'O We-it ;10 chains; tlu'-jiCf  South iO chains; theiuto East -U)  oSii'tiiis; thi-nciH nlong slipreliuo to  p'lint' of ctHiurjoncninoiit, ftoiitiiin-  ing 100 aw'os more or less.  Henry Arthur Yoiino*  Nuiiiunt Applicant [in, full]  A.inlirojft P Allison,  A������ent  Dure DecmnherSlh, 11)00. '  .A.  :, m iim&o.  ;���������$;:  .,������!  *1 ..���������..''���������'i,*'\-ik'*3 O    ti  .;.,,'MiHi"'"''"*' i\!|    't  ���������'''"'"   (t:**"-*-***^ '  f4-*J5'Tf^  ���������:K*-.-i r.j,!i*mw*������  Mi  " '"^WA        mt  /������������������.wm M.  '.���������..ktiV Vti'WlUH AMYC.UAXT7TY  ./, ,'iuHi'' SOAl', onftoniir: vMur, v������  ,y,t  ' -,   /-.-���������i'i   I'u-'-.ftc'.i.-.i;   |I,iV-    (I  ������*'���������������   iimJ w'ri.lni iitAfur inrnv n|ln>|.  requesting the  Council  t.o introduce  tbe By-Law.  AND WHEREAS the ������nid Sewei  l'iatcs and Sewer Rentals are estimated to produce. SSriHO.UO'annually  AND WHEREAS the said amount  of money intended to be borrowed  pv.rsuart to this By-Law, will b,e pil-  mi'Tily charged mul semrnd upon tlm  Sewer Rates nnd 'Sewer. Rantaln to  be asscuped and levied collectable annually tn the city of Cumberland.  AND WHEREAS the computed  rmount required to he. collected an  nuaUy by Sewer Rritnlw nnd Sewei  Rates, or otherwise to. he raised an  mifiUy, to pny tbe interest at h!>  rnr cent per ar.nrm upon the imid  r.mount of S'SW.nO, la S1"i������fl.(li), anil  the amount roi|.ulred annually to ills -  I'luirpje the dobt when payable vi?.*,-  Thc said sum of $25<V������U;<| in, tvioiv  ty-t'ive. yeiirs Is $i000.00, nnd the to-  tr.l iHJiount required to bu reined nn  nunity by rate for pnylnu tlio said  t'.olit and the internet thereon it  K'tiDd.OD, nnd It Is estimated thut  lliero will be not any deficiency.  AND WHEREAS the nmotint of; l.lm  whole    ratable    l������nil   nnd   improve  incuts or real property of the Muni  duality nccordlPK to the lant ro\tn  ml AB'scnsramit Holt Ih S'.'.'i.'ijrill.tli.l  AND WIIEUEAB tt Ih proponed !���������.  ur) j iHiuiti Debotitiiri's of thc miltl ('Ity ol  j: j Cumberland for Iho mini nf f.'2"i(Klll,m>  lio'trltuf interost tlirri'on r,.t the i-r*t���������������  '.-.���������f.in-ot,   A enn iir,"Ar.lit) IS;, Jfoifim.'.*  ,'inlll  /���������'.'/ 1 yh'.'.Y  I I  V.* W, GifAETY' CO, LTD,  1             Torr,r.tp, OnU c,#  J. laitiwjBMRnnniMBMimtsa,..*;  mtmmmm mmm  ������������������������������������������> wmmm-mHrntmrmmmmmmmmmtm 1  Not only i������   it  a   nice   milo  smoke, hut thc -'(it'iunl Dnue1'  Ci^ar   hns  all   those*   nt'cissuiy  tpiuiitifs  which  n'ive   so  imu.li,  : .itisfnctiou to tho suiohft*.  e t!i*nntO'.t hy this By-Lu.v.)  THERETOUsS the Municipal Cmin  rll of thu City ot ('iiinborland ninety  mi MHowh:  i,   TUK   MuNKVH    rr.lm>d   umln  thin By-Law hhnll he forthwith   nx  liondod In the co:*.iiructlon of aiiwurn  , und ffir the puri'.-iK-n itmiirfllly men  i Untied In thin By-Law,  and for   no  other purportou,  NOI'IOKIh litt'iihy   Kivi'ii   thnt   thirty j    '-���������   I'f  BHAI,L |in    litwlul fur   the  ,1 y- ..ftn d t" "11 in rml -*u ������|i|ily 11 iim, Mayor of   the    ('orporntlon   of the  siihii'riii"!uliMit. nf IVi'vlioini IMini Vir.   CRy of    Ounilicrliuiil to hurrov.   t.i,  I- in, fur 11 wuttwui nf  tin-   ht'ti*!   li't'lie   the ^erurity of Ht������wer Jtiiti-a mul Suv  It ttm \Vil!o������K II.-nl i.i until 1  nt Cmp-1 ������r Ki-ntnln Jinpo/ieit, levlml and   col  lull Hivni, H, (1,  fur  Um  iiirm   of   Hit \ U:otiil.ln, In the wild City of ('111111 it  H;,.n*.I.H 0"iniii������"iinu -Inly lm, 1UI0. , ,wul 0iul" ,iy wliy ,,, pllnn���������,Uin   XXUtllt  the credit of th** mild Curpunillon t),-*  i'miv   ill  the TV'bwitnren    liorelnnftoi*  iiii'titlniitil, Irom any poihoiih ur pir  iinnn or    lioily or  iintlui. cotiii'iuu,  who may bn wlllin; to ivlvnnu-   tlm  of six pt?:* emit pev ninuiui    iu; 'titn*,-  after provtdmt (which h the debt to  ^ Hftme    Hhft��������� (Tti||) t(mfl t(,   i]m  sum of $25,000.00 currency, each of  the said debentures * being of the  amount of not less than $100.00 currency and all such debentures shall  be sealed with thc Seal of the said  Corporation and signed by the Mayor thoreof and countersigned by the  City Clerk,  4, THE DEBENTURES shall bear  date of the day after thc final passing of this By-Law, and shall be payable in 25 yeara from the eaid date  at the office of the Corporation of  the said City of Cumberland (or at  such other place as may be designated thereon) and shall have attached  to them coupons for the payment of  interest from the time of the delivery  thereof, and the signatures to the interest coupon may be either written  stamped, printed or lithographed.  5.* THE SAID DEBENTURES shall  bear interest at the rate cf six per  cent per annum from the date thereof, payable half-yearly on tbe last  day of Juno aud I^ecember, in each  and every year until the redemption  ol the said debentures at the Office  of the Clerk of the Municipal Corporation of the City of Cumberland, or  at such other place as may be expressed in the Debenture or Coupon.  6. IT SHALL BE LAWFUL for  the Mayor of   the said Corporation  'to-dispose-of-the-6aid_D���������ehfiuturcB at  a rate below par, and to the Treasurer to pay out of the sums so rais  cdby the sale of the said Debentures,  atl expenses connected with the preparation and lithographing of the debentures and the coupons, or any discount or commission or other  charges incidental to tbe sale of the  said debentures.  7. In the event of the amounts  raised in any year from sewer rates  and sewer rentals,proving insufficient  to pay the tmid two sums of $1X00.00  rnd.tlSOO.OO respectively, then ond in  that; event there shall be levied and  raised upon the ratable land nnd improvements or real property In the  iVTunicirnlity an amount sufficient to  remit m*.ch deficiency and dischariro  tbo guarantee of tho City pro tanto.  K. So much of tha montia collected fer and received by the City  Tro^Biiror under tbe provlaior.s of the  By-lr.w or By-liiwri to ho passed after the pusBag-e of thin By-law ns  aforementioned as shall be sufficient  to provide tbo annual interest, on 114  moneys borrowed on the iiecurlty of  nnld debentures and thc annual sinking fund for thc payment of tho  principal monies due upon the Haid  debentures nhall, tmmcdlntely 011 receipt thereof, be mvt aside liy the said  ('ity TrciiHtiror nnd plnrcd by him to  n ������<iprr.nt,ii account with tbo Bnnkerti  t-f the Corporation of tbo B3ld City  uf Cum> erl mid, thereout Hhall be  pr.til the cotiponn or Interest upon  tho clcbotiturcH ur lmrrowu-1 uionlen ca  Wood's Phospho&bUt  The Qrcr.1 JCngllsh Remedy.  Tone* ami ini iuorawstliuwlioia  nervous sygU'.tii, mako* nuw  'B'.<>--dio old Veins. t*i������vs Nrrv  oui Debility, Menial ami Brain Wpm;,J)cx  "Wtuencu, Sexual Weakness, Kniitinans, Spa  mai*rrluea,and^fftmls ofAbmsor Jitccsm:  IMcoU per box, Hixforfi. One \vittpluiSG.E.i  Will cure. Sold by nil driifft'iisU or mailed in  plain i<kc. ou receipt ot prfce. Ncxo pom* Wet  mnUetUrec. Tho Wood Modjclne Oo.  {formerly Windsor) Toronto, Ont  Singer Sewing -Machines fc>r  sale ou easy terms at the NEWS  OFFICE.  Satisfa������tion ��������� Buy a ''Grand  Duke" and have ������atisfaction. Union made, hand made,- aud made  from clear Havana Filler,  HAVE YOU BEEN  A WINNER YET ?  Have yon won a set of our  dishes? Whether you have won  a set of dishefe or not, you are still  a winner if you have been using  ROYAL  STANDARD  The numbers drawn for April  are 77760   91196  83846   99999  93753 93836  5'**56������ 85756  92330   86639  ���������Manufactured hy���������  Vancouver Milling  & Grain Company Ltd  VANCOUVER, 15. C.  Form No. 11.  LAND AOT  Form of Notico  Comox Land   District  District of Cortes I sland  TAKE notice that Helen   Bull,  of Heriot Bay, B,   C.  ocenpatsou  Matron, intends to apply  for permission to leaso tho  following tie-  scribed lands:���������On Cortes Island,  B. C. Ijeing tha( portion of Squir  rel Cove known us the  northetiBt-  erly arm and -Inscribed as follow**:  ���������Commencing at. a post planted  on     the     shore     about        200  yards northwest   of   the    north  wost corner of timber limit 3(3205  thence southeasterly along the  northeasterly shore ontvhalf milo  more or less to the southeasterly  shore thence follovino- the boutli-  easterly shore in a south westerly  direction 200 yards more or lest*, to  tho southwesterly shoro thenee  northwesterly along the southeast*,  westerly shore utwluoed along thu  imaginary line across 'Squirrel  Cove to a point on the northwesterly shore thence northerly itlong  the. westerly shore to the north  shore thenee southeasterly along  the 'northeasterly shore to poiut ot  comm^iieenie'iit and containing six-    *--'  ty(00) acres mwiToT-te5V~r" ���������  ,   Helen Bull, Applicant.  Dated Mai-t-h 1st, LltU).  **r-������-wittrr< -���������  ,t ,.1 r  TIIUJ.IN* HA.NNBN.  -I   \t"i! vMMi, I'.IIO  1!   ,   I ���������>     I    ,.    ',t      (i;i ,      'Ij  I.  pltf..:rl -������      ��������� *       "  '��������� '      '  - '     ��������� *   !  ijHi'U;    '-. -ri' '���������������������������ii'  .'���������-      ��������� ji":������t!  11 itit'i'i   ' ���������'*   '"    "''  '     '"'i'"   "I I  |(   r.:li!i'i((iilj'li Lili''   .   '    uni;!; -'fi  tt-   iitidf ihj, t'lf.i  !!)   l������v4;!i.j  it   I'luinits   liitii-v   \x' a   iiifd.'i,  , .Kill*,   lilH.H'f      1 ���������> !l I        '.1)0       "   n et hIiim^ iln* ������li'������iv   -'hi' ehuiii-* 1  %.i th**   I**'!'''   *d.. ct-t.t i,   ,    m     ,  4* i'ititt"liif{ ","' ^MH''n"t ..'id   ������������������',*'.)  Mitten mure or \*-* ,  Daki'lfiii" W'��������������������������������������� ('���������#,  ,\,lr ������1 .1 '" '  "   \,'on',  f������,i������l .Mir-ti Ll. I'-'l"  -|!HM������':n K F<ii: '���������    '   " I *v'  ������,MVu.,'M)"lli\' \ *>-\l..  '"���������Ui l' if, l<   Hrn.'ij    ���������iii'// . I   t\ il;  n ijn ��������� t'ti-r ii���������,i' 1 in ion j t., ������|i|i)j tu Uu  .1 .nn'r    1 rt.U-nt of I'r.iviiionil I'tiiji'ii   Vie  to i ��������� I.n 11 r.w wnl of  tin* hoi el Intuit.! ���������,r������*B a������ 11 lowi, ft muii of un.i.ey ml  f-r-li-.   \l.ilHi-|.iim  ll.itul,    Hiuut.il ,,t' cM'ietilnK In the \Mn-ln tlu- mun   ot  I'i- ', HA', tnr mt* Uiiui >-i ������  ...  1 .me..i-it'img .Inly l������t, 11)10.  KHI'.UMICK TlllM.l.S.  I' l.'iUt Luul, April liHtli, HMO.  (nil due, unit the monlea to provtde  the nal<l annual HlnMnK fund ftluill tm  placed on deposit nnd with the In-  torcHt thereon shall tin nllowod to ac-  ci'iiiulittc, mn! tliiTtioiit nhall ho pr.td  thR prini'lpii) ini-i-ilcs lerrowml, an  the nnld dubrntiHTii shall from timo  tn tli'.ir lii'i'eir.n dre,  11. TI1IH HV-liAW RlIAUi, before  the linn) ptiRniiu thtreof, rocclv������i tho  Pi-Kent of the IClectow of tha tifihl  City nt Cum) erlflitit, in the manner  provided tnr tn tint Mvmt<*ipnl  CIhu'.fh Ad, mul shall take <*fl<>rt on  the day after thn final ,pnBRi������ir thereof,  in,   THIS HV-liAW may not he rl  tered 1 r repealed siivi' with the con- 1  '���������'vt   rf  the lAeuloiant-nnvrimor-in-l  cotintdl, I  It. Tlllri lit *i.A������i ...n.it .'. 'l-f'l  its "Thi* tfewiT Hy-liaw, in ih,"  TAKK NtVJ'UIIC lleitllm ..hnvo  ���������.uni! im I'liiri'iii'V,  and tf i*juutn all | |g u (nn- (*i)|iy of Un-  proponed   My  ii'ch muns hi iniul or ri-'*iivnl   t<.  , . . ,  .. .  law,  upon whlfli llm vote ol   un  Advertisers will confer a favor  by bringing in 'heir ad������, not later  than Monday, as this will enable  tho printers, to insert it in the  next issue on the following Tuesday,  ^mmwiiw������i������iw������������*mw������mww������w������w������mii������mmi^i������iw*������m������������w������ww mm*emM%*mm  IF    VOU    WANT    GOOD  ������  PRINTING   GO    TO    THE  NEWS. V1KST-CLASS WORK  !' 1 ���������. ��������� ��������� 1..... ;..���������      * >jiit.' j ���������  * ' ���������     '    '.' j  AND  Granby Rubbers  Are models  of exellence  in style,  service  and lit.  j  I  ASK YOUR DEALER  FOR THEM  London, Mny 29.���������During April of this year 2;!,208 emigrants  went to Canada from Qroit Bri'-  ain, compared witli .1.1,470 lot*  the snmo month last yonr, Vor-  four months of th ��������� pri>������������*nt yeai*  the total number was 4-2,101, Tho  nunibei' who wont to the United  States for tlio same month this  year wus 20,781.  gjw^**%VM.ur^/^M^wv^p  O. H TARBELL  wumwuw m*m em**  ......... j  m%mm'*tmr<e*mm.mmia,      c  I'- im N.i. t)  \,\XV ACT  fitllM OV NUlli'K.  I'oiiiii I mil Dhtr'M,  liitttrii'l nf Now VV������M'.|iiitii. n*  T.S!\^ V"ll< Ktitnt Khrti.'.r  11   ,\|���������<..  1-iry, i.ftU il,  I'.C.   'I'M  |i|������tinii    ||i|.l..r  nli..,id I������i4|i|i V f r |*-l'i-n 1 ������' 'ii   1 ������������������( lu������,  I. ; r-tvi'ifr iitiii-i -���������'���������H'"'<*  iiii ������i ������  1 . 1 pi 11 mI ������t, lli>������ "-rt '.eif t  ,., mt t|.  .. >l . UH. ti'.iiioi* io"1' Hlnh-u ���������    j, ,,���������,.  n  *������������������) i-t'ttl ���������*, t*l������i f *    th   Hit ,-���������,  t������  ,1        ���������   *   tt4tt   bd>*      "I*     !"���������'  ii'   Ijh.  ,..i,   it KMiAttlH l������ l.'OKV.  K������<* ������NI>  Ht   ii. 1 ������,,    ^,   t  Oar 1 Mttiidi %)������* ���������'���������* ���������'*���������  HIGH GRADE STOVES*  fr  And ull KITCHEN    UTfcNblLB *  tSDortsmens Goods  nud  I Hardware  xyww%mmm**m**tmrm**Xt,(  ������mUm Il1- miJBm  l Seeds  OP KVF.ItV KIND, in nny  quinllt), liy thn imukmie ur  l������y tlie pnnrid.  "Soinelhiiig cloiiig'1 jn Ciiinhoi*.  land. Htilley'n eomot: innl an   o  eii I iso of tlio moon, both seen on  Monday night,  Madrid, May 21.--<ju<'i������n Victoria of Spain today underwent  nei'oiieliniotit and a son horn denl  Court surgeons hold tin* f.w tlmi  tlm (|ti(icti mny net livi-. The nr  rival of tho child wn.*. not e,\|ii*.  ted until tho end of this month.  King Alfonso is liuming limnc  from Enghiml, where he iitumih'd  tho fminral ohnpfjnlos of tlio Into  King Edwnrd.  FOR SALE-Smlth Premier  Typewriter in gwod order. Cost  125,00 will soil for 850.00. A p.  ply ut ini������ oiuco,  l c pRld Into thr linn In nl tin- Twin  uarcr |i������thoii ni'tinii; mi Mich)   li-.t  tin? Hrtl'l Corporation fur the purport-  , mul with the ohjfft tiPrRliih'foic   n-  ' fnrrcd to,  Tin- Haiti tlftM'titr.rfu  i.hnll  1'iintuifi the Kuiiriiiiift? nl itn- t ii) ,,s ',y ,\  CiimVi-rtiiiid, in thn fi-illini'lnu: terinn, i  , 1 ,'��������� nn PMir thereto o' r-m |.������. .  "Th* p/U'Wnt   it ihr   prinripul 1  i    "niontm  anA the  intnt.i   u*m"t' ' "^"  "unrti'T   thin ilfifiiiMi- Ht  cl^ r.-  "nfteUve date* wt>en t\* ������������n'e frK  ���������d * under Hit* tcrmit nf thtn do .mt  "t,���������tt, l������ Uerehy jsimmnii*rl ty ti .-  intd   t'o t ofditiiii   nf   tl ,    t ity    of  'AU'ex'ttleed  ?.   TT  HI1AM. W lull t...-    th<  fintft M������v*r to ta-** ������-rv tf.f*'tr   tt'  itrtrie��������� ������f.'*   'C   \r   v   '(    tnr'*-.*   h,  !**'('*     t'T    ������t'(*>l      '���������       ,*  .  V     t  , r  i,..\n\ M4f     rf-i.',-t b-at'tt, .Ui  iniinicipiiliiy will lm tiikuii   nt "ul-  iIhI'h Tailor J*ln������p,   linnMnuir Ave  mi Tue-dty, J uni? 7th. I'-MU,   Imiu  n,��������� i" 7 y in  ALKX. MeKJNJMX,  I'ltV  t'eric  ^mm**--        '���������"l���������   '  '     I, ���������  V mmrni, mm-mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  hum v.  '.tl'l ii-mi Inei.ii <nivi> h   <t    rail  ttox cat'  ,d   llie   I'iiioii   ������'*������*li*Ty  t'niiipii<y "V nny   \m.u������������>i,   ar   I" r  tv,n- i-Mi j 1 'nil t������������������ -w���������ii *t tied ly  itroh*1 ������.m .    Kiii|Hit*n������     )*   <uh  m '    -imhI'mh' '"������ i*l * Winn mn.-  Hv     .'ft  IA,*"* t- "   I.nn ���������  Onidnvcii'ia! Shrubs  fruit Trees  (iunvti to Hint   tho I). C,  thtu%ti'.  Catalogue  Free by Mail  Royal Kurscrles &  Floral Co., Ltd.  7fl0 Or*nvil!������ ������rr������*t  P. O.   Vox 1068  VAN OUTER. P. C  i  iS.S."LITHIA"  Licensed for 30 j assengeni  Timing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  S|K*ci*tl ti'rmt tn parties hy  thn day or we-rk.  For particulars apply ti������~*  J. 11. HOLMF.^, A,m������u  or tn  Cjt.l. WOOD. Master  IMione 44- Comox, IJ, C. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BIUTISH   COLUMBIA.  .00 a Year  \ The Oliver Type-  ���������vriterffor 17 Cents  a day!  Please read the headline over again. Then  ���������j* trenieudoQa nigniQcauce will ddwuupon  ���������ou.  An Oliver Typuwi iter���������the standard  ���������Biblewritor-the most highly perfected  typewriter oa the market-yours for 17 oeut*  (day!  ( The typewriter whose  cooq'test of the  mineroial world is n nutter ot" business  !(istoty-your������ tor 17 cents 11 day!  Tne typewriter that is > equipped with  otirtt of suoh conveniences as "The Balance  [hifc"-"The Ruling Device'.'-Tlie Double  lra'se"-"Tho    Loooiuo*;ivo   Baso"-"The  toma'ic Siiacar"-'l'lie Automatic Talni-  iitoi"-"The Din "���������Hearing Iudicat'r"-"Th  Adjusts blu Papi-r Kin  gers"-"Tbe Soientiti,  Otiud iv ed       Key-  {>.3rt>"���������all.  Yours For 17  Cents a ������ay!  tV������ iiui:ouneed 'hit  (w snli������ plilu reeunLly, just to feel the  (mlse nf tho people. Simpiy a rnnall cash  payment-thon 17 cents a dny. That i.  vlw plan.in a nutshell.  The remi t haa been mob a dfluge ol  applications for machines that we are sioi-  i>'y astounded.  The demand . cornea from people of al.  jlasses, all uges, all ocmpations.  'i'he majority'of inqu ries has come fron  people of knowing financial standing wh.  .Vein attracted by tlie novelty ������f tho prop  nBitiTniT���������~An'nTiTpTe3sH*e~dpriion8,rsitir,n"x-Tf-  fhe i\n....ense popuiajity of the Oliver Typi-  .^riter. ���������  A Htutlitijc confirm aion of our bolitf that  tli- K a of  Universal Typewriting is ut  iiaud.  A Quarter of a Million People are Making MONEY with  ct  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  Drink   U   B. C, Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B.C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-'JLASS  '    CANDY. FRUITS.  CIGARS,& TOBACCOS  T). Hunden  I  UNION 'S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd!  Week-end service  between Vancouver,  Nanaimo. Union, Comox, hy  the  steel Olydo built twin i������i>������pw  steamer "COWICHAN"  Sailing aa uuder���������  Leaves Vancouver, Saturday 8pm  Arrives Nanaimo, Saturday 12 pm ���������  Arrives Union, Sand*}*- 6 n m  Arrives Cwuiox,   Sunday 8 a m  Returning:���������  Leaven Comon. Sunday 4pm  Loaves Unto.' Stiuday !} pm  Arrives N-iuaimo, Sunday 11 p m  Arrives \'aucouvor Mouday 7am  Stnffe leave* Union for Cumberland ������v-  ery Sunday morning on arrival of "COW-1  IOHAN;" and leaves Cuiiine-laod Hotel )  at 1  pm,  connecting with steamer  Ui.ion.  ESQUIMALT & NANAIMO  RAILWAY COMPANY.  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby  given that the Esquitniilt and Nanaimo Railway Company did on  the eleventh day of April, 1910,  deposit in the Land Registry Oil!  ce in the city of Victoria, in the  Province of British Columbia,  Plans, Profiles and Books of Reference showing tho location of its  proposed line of railway from  Parksville to Union Bav, Vancou-  *i  ver Island, being mile W to 34.79,  as approved by the Board  of Railway Coimiiitisionei's for Canada,  W. F. Salisbury, Secretary.  Dated this 12th, day of April, 1910  A cup of BOVRIL is a fine  tonic in any season, but it is  valuable in many other ways.  A little added to Hashes,  and Stews greatly improves  their food value. Try it when  wanning Canned Meats.  BOVRIL  season at  D. HUNDEN'S  WalworthrRolston Co. w.  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B������ C.  '������������������i*'^^H*^M*4^,,i*I~W~H,'H"j"  | Cumberland Livery ;  and Feed Stable...   :  Typewriter ::  /.  I'll IC Sl'ANlUKD'VISIBLK WRITER  ��������� l)i> Olivur Tvpowrite.- if it money maker  \g ii ti*' m t e w������rd "K'>!" So amy to run  luit;JOS[ia nt* hod i (jot. in ho "export'  ,1-tns. Kar. in y.'H luir-i. Lut ilu na-  '/Jniio \i ,v tin} 17 ci'uU it (i,iy-iiud nil nlmvo  dx.xt -h >mirn,  Wh. vor ,\ ni no. tlioio'n vvorlt to ho  ;i iiii ' iiini., t' lm nun.' by twoing 'l.o  ii.-ivin llie bii������i i'U*i "I'M i" oiling t*r  m iv i* op. iat r . Ther- urj not onoujjli lo  [Supply tho'cU'Winnl. T. oirfliiliirieK mucini-  I'llurtlily tiliovo ihoaoof unoy oIuhjm of  vnrkors.  |An Oliver Typewriter in every home!'  Hint In our battle U'y todny. We h ,v������  iin'ti thoO iv������r wipMun in UHofnlnnMt ami  .ilntf'.y ii-i'li piMiHiilin in Ini'i..������������������������������<. N-vr  jniiiUB th <!n||i|lies', of il"' li"IH������.  The iihi'plioity iwdHtiriiuthof tho O'ivoi'  Kit for t.'inily uni. U i������ btwninu im  ntit)rt.it.t ���������*(*.������ or in (lit* homo iimni'U nf  iivntu g pi'iipli'. An I'diiiiutur on well .a ti  iiD.ey iniilier.  iii   m'W willing pUn  pu h   Hi"   til ve*  i l.o llireHliuM nf I'vevy Imhim i< Am������r-  uni, \N ill you oIohb ttm iloti" of vour  ,iiiiiiii ii,* uIIIlso mi liiin ri'iiiirkiibo Oliver  plllllllllllt*.,  \������iii������ tt  ftirlhcr iIi-UIIh of nitr ouny  jllir nml ft f ���������������*������ ������"T>y ot llm tn>x\' Olivor  ii.,      AihlroHn  The Oliver Type-  writer Company.  I'liX) Olivor Typewriter building,  Chicago, Ills , U.a A.  J    .  'O't. 'HSAnOONVft   J  I '03 3HYM0UVH U3SVU-J  nmJOQ  oyjOM 9V w poMHiiqnd  J3A0 sojiddnB fl^u-JturjJOdB  jo So^oa eieidutoo ;soui  9\\% '0O4J J\|t>mi0S<ltt Xxt.6 Cr\  *i*jm ji!w ftM P,,w *'"������*,PPfo  9*19 ttottt anoX sn puag  tfojhjVAJtJo ft);)  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  ���������'��������� FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : Or : ALL *  KINDS  .  ....  ; 'You'Ritn now obtain Uie Cuuiler  hind News for Ior $1.00 .n year.  Let ui? HPiid it to you. Payable in  advance.  Old papers foi' sale at the News  Office.  * ������  wood  and Cod  Hauled  Dunsnuv.r Avenue ���������������  CUMBERLAND,   "* 0.     g  ������H������f'^'l4'I*'^J!'kl*',*''*''''''"'*'''**''^<'*'^  I.ever Brothers, Toronto, will send you  free a cake of.their famous Plantar  toilet soap, if yon mention this paper,  NOTICE'.  . Every Monday and Tuesday I  will be in. town to deliver Fresh  Butter and all kinds.of Vegetables  and     also        potatoes; will  sell -.ttlienp.  C'hiU'Y-'ruk,  Sandwick.  In tha matter of the  "Tramway  Company I ncorporation Act'*  and amending Acts;  and  in  tho,,  matter of rJ he   Comox   and  Campbell Lake   Tramway   Company Ltd.  TAKE notice that.a map or plnn.  and book of reference showing the.  lands presently intended to bo passed.over and taken for the purpose of thc above Company's tram  way and a, general description of  the paid lands, and the, names of  the owners and occupiers thereof,  have been deposited in the Land  Registry oflico at the City of Victoria, B. C.  MUNICIPAL  NOTICE.  The annual hitting of the Court of Revision for t'-e rr.utiicitiality of Cum'ier-  luuj will be held in theCi'iiuo.l Chambers  oi Monday, May likh, imu, bt7:30 p.m.  Notices .of appeal must be iu writing,  s atiug ground of eompla nt, ami mu t be  uftho fiatifls ofl^O assci-aor "at legist ten  ��������� lays liefore the date o' the lirst nnuiw' nit  tiug of the,Court, of Revision.  A. M.cKlNNOV, Ci y Clerk.  Curabu-iandi ������ 0., Apiil,;:ith, 1910.  R. C. Emde, dealer in stoves,  iand ranges; also plumbing and,  pipe fitting and general repairing*.  Third Street.  SU  New Westminster Land   District,  District of New Westminster  Always the same,  and  just as  as ever. Tlie ������������������Grand Duke"  got*  Cigar.  E. 0. Kindt)' Pipe fitting and  General repairing.  An".Ac! in  the News  pays.     Try it.  NoTlCfE TO THE'PUBLIC...  Having bu'H a large waiehmiso and mill  at Conrunay. 1 will in finura keeo on  hnml a Riook of nil liuil.i of Hay, Griiii,  nnd feed. ������t lowest miuket rn'tes. A  specialty-will be made of roller orushod  I'eilf r ho t,i. h whioh will mul.e n suvitiR  of nu������ third in tlm ooit of feo.l, Orde.i  nivi-n tho toamster or hy phono will bo  promptly fllh-d. Tlmukinff you for your  pittr nn������o in the punt and Rolioi<iii(t aoon  Hdu nooof Oil siimn on broadti' linen, I  beg to remain  youre to command,  BYRON CRAWFORD.  ���������TXO"^UTTCE~tliarT?mr  Thulan, of Lund, merchant, intends to apply, for. permission to  purchase the following described .  lands:-���������Commencing at, a post  planted at the North East corner  of).c������inghotn Island, and running  around the shore of the entire  is\and to poiut of commencement, containing one hundred  acres more or less.  Fred Tlutlin.  Dated February 4th. 1910,  SU R80RI ME FOR TH K N E W S  ONLY ONE LObLAR A YEA It.  mmrmmmnm  NOTloK's hirehy givon that IV) iIbvb  a*ter da 0 1 intond to npply to the Hon.  Tho Chief (Vmiiiiii.i .nor of L������ik1h und  Works f'T a lieenitn to prtmlioct for oual  and iiott'oleiim under the i'ullixviuK de-  Bi'rilieil Iiiiuiu. utiiAto in SHywaid District,  mid doseribod am fnPowc��������� Ciiniianiickg  at a post pl'iiited at tho point ub >nt 30  cli.iii.1 niir.li of the 8, E, corner of timbei  liiftsti No I'J, Ihuii'O Houtti ilO chiiinH to  the >i, K, ourior of Umber limit No. ���������!'.),  theiiiio wu.t 40 oi-niiiK, Uienou north !W  eluiiiiH, eauc'llO cliiiinn to plutw of i;om  ineiiieiiiiiiit.  l)jto.t iIiih llHhdny of April I'.HO.  li!. I'ltlRST.  NOt'lCB |h h'-mliy-jivcm thnt HOdny*  ftflonlatol iiitmid 10 upply t'ilholl--n,  Thu Chief ��������� imiiii.Ik������1 *uor uf LiikIh und  VN'orltH for 11 lio nno to piohpeut. for o������hI  mul p'ti'iiioii 11 undor tlio f������llo I gdu  HOi'i'i.) UiiIh, Hitui'tt'lu .SnyvuiKi DiHtricI,  mid l)0itl|;Lir 71. ijil'inmn Hiver, ludim  lli'H"ivi;���������t iiiiiiiioiu'liiB nl a p.i.i pUntul  1,1, tlm N.W. (li.rinr nf Kiihl KoMirvi,  the mi huh |i| olnniiH, nine or Ion. to Ihu  111 rib ciiHt t'oriim of Hi'lil Itiimirvo, tliO.ioo  m'litii 51 ulii.iiiH, mure or him to lliu H, IC  umiior nf Mid UiHrvi', thit.'iio wont 7A  oiiinii*! inorti hi lit>������ t ��������� llm rt rt, u.nier uf  n d K mi vi* nn Q11 n am Hivur. tltii'i'i*  11. itli-,.i������tvily ul'inu i,!iiIi.hiihi Kivor t" inn  N. \V. 11 rner   if   hoforvo, plnn 1 nf cum-  lilt!   I't'llKI'l'.  Iht d Ml, IDthiliyof April l!l!0,  MAKIA iAM I'HlKSr.  NOTICE is hereby given that  thirtr days after date 1 intend to  apply to the hou. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for a  license to prospect for coal and  petroleum ou und uuder the following land situated in the Comox District. Commencing at a  post marked S,\V. corner of claim  No. i, placed about 30 chains  west irom the southeast corner of  seotion 32 Denman Ishtud, rnti-  ninj; east, Ko chains, north 80  chains, west 80 chains, thence  south'8o chaiiifi to point of com-  merict'ineut.  HUGH STEWART,  J. IC. Huti.kr, Agent.  Dated March 14th, 1910.  NOTICE :n horn'iy K:v������n that nt tlm  iiixt incflinH of (lie Biurd of LioonK'i  Coinmis-ii: noiH of the Ci y ot Cumber-  la1 d, 1 tiuond U apply for a  I'OiiowhI of the Imtul iiUHiHo hull! hy 1110  f r the Ni-w Eiiuliinu Hold, Hitiiutod on  tlm oiut half of loc!), in bhiiik !), CiniiikT-  Intiil I'liwinile,  iTAMB-1 WALTEHS.  Dnted thin '.Ti h day of viay, I UIO  NOTIOE li hereby ������ivon tlut nx tliv  luxt, iiieetinK nf tbe JJoiril nf blooino Com-  initio urn 01 tlii City of Cumberland, 1  Ii.tflmJ to npp y for a rnuownl nf th*1 hut-  ��������� ���������I h eiiBo lu'l'l by mi' f"i* th.* I'tinihorlini'l  Hotel, mtautd on lot ], blook (lt Cum ui-  lnnd To*iihioi.  WILLIAM MKItlttMKM)  n.todt U2.Mlidny of Mny, MHO,  When You Are Thinking of  Nol'IOK ii hereby given tnat at iln  next iii������' I'liK of tlio Itniinl of l-ii'm.HO tl. Ill  niMiioiior* uf tlio city of Cuiitln-rlaiKi, 1  intond to 11 plv f r n roue ��������� nl of tlm hot  ol I i;������ii|i*ii hold li, nm for tlio VVuvurly  lln.i.'l, Hitnut d on I t 'J, b.ixm H, Ciniiliui  litml Tn* imi to.  MtANK DAbUW.  Dii'i'il thU S.'illi iliiy "f Mny, Itllij  NOTIOM is linto'y uivou that at on  nuxt mbetiiiK of thu hmri of Lien 0  Comniiwiieiiors of tho City nl Cu 1 h  huJ, 1 intond to m ply fiv n rem v 11 t  tin wliolowtlo liquor lioomro held by n ,  Bitunted on lot '.������, blook 7, Oumhuil * d  lowncite.  VICTOR BONORA.  Untod thU fJ5tli dny of Mny, 1010  NOI'ICR h ii horoliy aiv 11 thnt nt tin*  noxt m-Minir if tho Itniinl of Limn ,t  CommiHHJontirH of tho City of Ctnnb r-  lund, 1 intondt 1 r,*ply fur a n-niuv.! if  tl 0 wholhiialn liipnTlivinti'! lipid ly nm  on lot 3, blook Si, Ctitnbnrh'1'd I'owiih m.  CI A LI MUSSATTO,  DutcJ thin 2.1th dny of May, HMO  The Courtenay Hotel  livery coiivit'u'Iit f������n rui���������*���������>���������  \  TU������C������utiat Hot'-I for Ppirfumfn  Noun* hut tint Ik������t ot \Vnif������*inil l.'quor*  1 *t the t������ar.  RATES RKAfl'iNABMt  'J"    1 l' ' . ���������    t '.. .      *",.-',  Mind Naturally Tutus to the  Singer, Humber,  & Coventry.  .   . ��������� #A1       ���������       We have them  all     Wtite for  1 rs t������ ib" s. K. mrn������r ������f QiinNttn Hivor,  j din 11 it*..iv*. Lut 71. thftioi timt tb) prices, with Vtvc Winds, Vuant  ,1, .,.,. .,.rlti .W,������ ...������ V .������,..m,U, ������������������.,. 1  dw\   fl  H41   th������ ������*  "<*t   *������ olnin*. "  , ,���������,.  ii������.|   \n������ *.Im.miii������'p.iin������ii'      . \YK  IH.)  HKNTIN't  liatUib** iWfcHxy ������* *pinflio      i        AND  RKPMUINO.  lu������Y MAiumVAS.   ;  '���������������������������"���������������������������*������"< Thos. PLIMLE-S  NOTICI'. ii Ip'i-by jjivon t'nt :HI .tuyn  af or iUt.i I iiitntul tn npply to thn Hun.  'I'm tlihf i'"iiitin������*4ii>ii<ir of LniulH mul  WrnkKfiir 1. 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Inrby hivimi tint   10   tin'  iii'������t nioi ti iif'if lm* Hmrd of LhyiiMoCmti  iiinH' 11 im uf iln* i-ity of Ciiii.borhiiid, wn  iiitio d lu aptily f'l* a ii'in'W'tl t f tho lm''  1 !*'��������� iiiM* hoi 1 by uh   far Um   Vtiilnm-  liotul, Mtu-lit'l 1111 lot fi tloolt il, Ciiiitbn  lllllli luwuiiu*.  ,                        mii.-j.S ,v liuAllui.i.*!  1 Uni 'I Ui|<U.'.Ui it.) ��������� I ,\l,iv, 11/10,  1  .���������   _..      ._    .N'll'luB in luioiy hoiiii tut ������t next  hit I'ltfof ll.H IIjII ll    f   Li" I. in IV1111I11U  f... i* -i ot tlm tl ) i'i ��������� 1111.1* rl, ini, ) lu  (.���������ii 1 Li tipph fur 11 r'l.i' ������l "f tlm wh .!��������������� J  ���������..ii.* i'i|iiimt litotiAi iii'll by n> , mtii.'Uii 1  -ni lot I'J, hook 7, ittitnb r.tml low mi. j  Kit S\ .11'AV,,KIM. ,  :m.������1 't'WWtl* ���������) y ..f  .1.v. IttiH '  I  Soil   K  i,  h-r 11, n>.n H, 1 .it tun  ��������� *.' ,4 ���������.'���������.������ u.   I,.     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(  \  -rM-:Am^m*zz'jS?-,  SPORT  nne Adventure  Afhore and  Afloat  ROD and GUN  'I ynu llkis ta fexl 0' it*: ������������������wlMiee������ ci  ��������� -it'll 1, .'',���������.,!.-f������ u���������l imu ii-Ti or in iii m;i    ������  .'tlyni in inttrninl In ������������������ iiiwry tl't.i.k   J,  .     ....... .... ������- tt   j  ' .iur bi>'  'M kill 1  ' ���������' 'BlV.flVr  ������������������������  ���������'  ri -r li,    >Of ������l toil StMim,  .. ..... , ,  .' trull 'In.  1...,., f������f t,  I ���������  (  *i'l"|ml Ml.v   . ->,f..il"inl'"'i!l|-������<.lflll I  ;   u������rtmt.n 'i 1  .n.tfi.g ���������������.-'������ in.        rtilMlttt'lttll, ���������}  s ��������� .1.   iti*k. 1 o,..-.������,   Hcimnr. .2  ' .  * . iioA nT"tnO, k.vie.ill. '1  1   it.vlil f-������������..                K.rn.l. f  * '            ., .,-              ������������������'   *������������������ .,f|'.r:-.V,l'.   I I  1 ������������������, itui lllu "ll ���������       '���������      ������'  ���������' ��������� |-  i   U.ST AND SJHr.V't ?UH C*> ���������  ��������� ,������ A, itttdmii. Ne* V������*rh * ������v j  *  1 ^^^M^  ^  Ad iLiwi' 1 n"'* ht\''i.i;  *. >><���������  t'\,dr* Int  ll*   I-I <l *    Mill'*,   (li.  1   it*-- tbi- mn.1-   11  t   ii-,1'-.;'���������-  ti  **,   y>     MIX C  It i ���������: !:;:  I U < it ttiV  t  ���������*  r  u f THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  AMONG PROUD RAJPUTS  BRITISH   LABOR   M.P.   TELLS   OF  VISIT TO FEUDAL INDIA.  Old-Fashioned Warrior People of Raj-  putana Are Proud of Their Mediaeval Customs and Have No Wish to  Change���������Chivalry Reigns There as  In Europe Five Hundred Years Ago  ���������Swords  Everywhere.  North from liaroda the country be-  oonios a great grassy plain, very much  like the South African veldt, particularly between the Madder lliver and  .Magersi'ontein. The men change. They  become more jaunty in their carriage.  They part their beards in the middle, and comb back the sides to their  ears. They carry ancient guns and  old-world scimitars. When the sun  sinks in the evening a thousand herds  of cattle wander home over innumerable tracks converging on the villages.  This is Raj putana, the home of proud  warriors and brave women.  liaroda, with a smile, says, "1 am  modern"; Rajputana, with a haughty  sniff, says, "1 keep the old ways."  Commerce and politics have both invaded parts of it; sonic of its chiefs  hanker after English Philistinism.' Uut  these degeneracies are still exceptions.  The. first Rajput chief 1 met, says  J. Ramsay Macdonald, M.P., in Tue  London Chronicle, the well-known Sir  Pertab Singh, of whom so many romantic tales are told, was deploring  the fact that the hand of age was upon  him, that there was no chance of another war, and that the probability  therefore was that he would have to  die on a bed.  Pax Britannica was nothing to him  except an evidence that the Golden  Age had passed. He was praying to.  be allowed to lead his polo team  against Bengal politicians, and was  promising to do tiie necessary damage  with the mallets off the sticks. Two  or three days under the same roof as  .Sir Pertab made uie understand his-  spirit of Ghitor.  Whoever comes ti India and does  not sit down on the plain below Cnitoi  with a history at. his el how and a plan  on his lap, and then go up the hill���������  JBL_JUL_������!������!2LffiQt_JLj.-Hi5S���������  ruined temples, ��������� palaces, "bazaars,,  tanks, and the still almost perfect, i-.i-.v-  ers, might as well have stayed at home.  My friends are dinning it into my  ears that there is no India. 1 do not  know. but. Cnitor gives me uometliiitg  v'o go upon.  Round, these walls tradition has woven most sacred garlands... Wending  one's tvn.y up the long zig-zag road,  which is flanked till along by massive  walls and spanned every now and  again hy a 'trowriin*] gate, one may  still imagine that ho hears the tramp  of tho iiaj.ait cavalry going out. to  die, and it, is easy to translate tho hum  of voices and other sounds whioh  come down anil go up from tho villages at the top and bottom ot tiie hill  ns tlio bridal so.if of tho women j/oiiu?  to their awful utath by liro iu tiie  <;'i.vcrn of tiie palace rnthor than b'>.  come prisoners  in  the hands \,t  live  M omuls,  Iln- ..hole place is a vast, loin pie nt  chivalry. Tnrougli these narrow hums  and over these ruined heaps, one  fihould go bare of head and foot. Th������  mn set whilst we lingered there, Sud-  denly tho hind was filled with the  boatiiif,' of torn tom.s; lighla fliekorod  from tue temple.-;; the hum of prayer;'  rose on every hnnd; queer forms moved in the gi-.t'ii'i-ing ghvnn. Tln> spell  of the Mi'C'ty Pum [ell n;ioii us, At  Cltitor tiie j.ii.'.l is dead, and only  comes from it.- ^nue at nightfall, Uut  not far off, in Lie him i*������pil.iil of the  Rtnto, Uduipur, the Old Time still liven  in tho light of day.  The railway sl.npn (ar out from the  onnlinon of IJilnipiir ns an unclean  utops ut tin* tbri'slinl'l nl' a temple, and  you have to dn\e for a mile or ho to  trot tn the city, 'lowriiiu.' over tlm  oity arc groat white pnliuvs ami turn,  pie dome*. Tho hills lU'oumi nro cap.  pod by I'lilnees and forta, nml tern-  pies Ilnly nimi wander uiilo'inpt, ash  covered, a!ino,-t llakiiil, in Us .sirentx,  or nil beneath it- tii'i'rt, I'oiiliMiiplnting  the lii.-nial .'tnd Ihe iill-coiiipo'lii'iidiiii'  Void.  Hardly had we nrrivod when we  were told thnt a ril.-jiniin proei'ssion  bod started fiom ilie pnhiei*, Then  they i-iiiiic hbi'Airi:? horns, lieiiling  druiiiN and i-ymhaU, on (oot, on  horne*, nn i'h.|ti|||j,i,, ib,, Mi|ii;irniiii  under, a gnhh-n 'imluvlhi near Mm  rear.  The ruins were nvi r, nnd the time  hnd mine wl;(.,, n,��������� ,��������� ln,.).. (r,ii|ieiv.|  rinind thi'ir ruler nml pri'inii-ml In un  out with him to i!i\e Iiiltle. Uu) I,,..  tore th.'.v went liny hud tn propitiate  I'l'T.'f ���������'���������'   II    ll"ly    III Hi   eilliiK  oeen declared, and aa though otnei  sounds than those of reaping still followed the rains.  Next morning the Maharana sent for  us. Inside the palace all was Oriental  bustle. Camel;*!, horses, fowls, elephants wandered iu the courtyards,  the white walls of which simply flaredi  with purity in the sun. A perfect maze!  of moving humanity, from whining  babes to the decrepit, aged moved  about.  Suitors   with  their   petitions  sat  at  the doorways, soldiers paced up and  down in  the arches,  with swords on  their   thighs,   scribes   and   courtiers  lounged against pillars, and stretched  themselves     on     marble      benches.  Through endless passages, up innumerable stairs we were taken, and at  length were ushered into the presence  of  a  small,  keen-eyed,  prey-bearded,  i dignified man.   Ho explained that he  | had been busy with his devotions. He  j toyed with a sword which lay aero*  ! his knees.  j    We were away back in the Middle  Ages in the presence ot a man wnomi  greatest, boast was that no Moslem  blood ever tainted his own, and that  he had been true to the Rajput, motto,  "He who keeps the faith is preserved  by God." lie stood for the old ways,  he told us. When he goes out into his  domain 3,000 retainers follow him.  Tie sacrifices every morning to his  gods; he sits on his judgment seat  and hears the petitions of his people;  he keens his sword arm strong and  crafty by hewing at clay images.  Even his clocks decline to bow the  knee to Calcutta, as his ancestors declined to accept the yoke of the Mogul  ���������so he lives half an hour behind olli-  cia) time. I do not know to what enormities of hea.thendom I committed myself, but 1 said it was well that the  old should not. die.  He smiled approvingly, murmured  that some of his chiefs were not so  faithful as himself, shifted his sword,  held 'out his hand, and we returned  through the ourtiefs, the soldiers and  the suitors into the noisy and the  crowded courtyards far,below.  KIDNEY TROUBLE  Suffered Ten Years���������Re tinted in Three  Months Thanks to PE-RU-NA.  Conclusive  Proof  An old farmer: was skeptical as to  whether people who were miles apart  could really talk to each other over a  i telephone wire.  One day his wife went to make a  visit to a distant friend who had a  telephone in her house. During the  .afternoon the farmer visited a nenr  j neighbor who also boasted a house  telephone and who persuaded the  farmer to eullup-his wife as a little  surprise,  Following instructions he put the 1-e-  ceiver to his ear, and, after the usual  preliminaries, he shouted:  "Hello, .lane."  Just then a flash of lightning caused  hy tlie heat of the summer day struck  the wire and he fell sprawling to the  floor.  "It's wonderful; that was Jane all  right."  INVIGORATING TONIC  C. B. FI25ER, Mt. Sterling, Ky.,says:  "I hnve suffered with kidney and  bladder trouble for ten years past tf  'Last March I commenced using  Peruna and continued for three months.  I havo not used it since, air have I felt  ti pain."  Widening the Breach  Wifey���������I   can   remember   the   day  when you begged me to say the word  that would make,you happy for life.  Hubby���������I  know,  but you said the  wrong word.  MADE IN CANADA  ROYAL  YEAST  CAKES  |    A schoolhov assigned to prepare nn  j essay on clucks wrot":   "The duck is  I a low, heavy set bird, composed most-  / ly of meat and feathers.      He is a  i nudity poor singer, having a - hoarse  voice. catts'Hl bv gAtting so many fro<r<  in his neck.   He lik^s the water and  carries a. top balloon in his stomach  to keen him from sinking.   The duck  lias only two lef*, and they are set  j so fnr back on his running srenrs by  j nature   that   they   ce.me   nretty   near  nissincr ''is body.    Some ducks wh������o  ;they get bivr have curls on their tails  Sand are called drakes.     Drakes don't  have to set or hatch, but just loaf, go  swimming, and eat.   If T was to be a  duck I'd rather be a drake."  FOR RUN-DOWN PEOPLE  MUs Ella Muriel Wood, cf Browns.  Tillo, Ont., nay* : " Two yoareago 1 wni  gtiag into a decline. I cull hardly  crag myself across the floor, I could not  ���������weep tbe carpet. It I weni for a rrire,  I had to lio down when I came back;  if I wont fern mils on my wheel I was  too weak to lift, it through tlio j.atewav,  ��������� :td last tirao I camo iu fnitu having**  spin I Umpped utterly helpie s from  fatigue. A!y father would give me no  peace tintil I secured PSYCHINK,  knowing it was esoolleat for decline or  weakne*s. 1 must say tlio rmtitis ere  wonderful and peopla remarked my improvement. Instead of a little, pale,  hollow-oheelced, listless, melanoholy girl,  I am to-d������y full of life, ready "for a  s'eighride, a skating match, or an  evening party with enroiie, and iv few  months ago I could i<ot.-struggle to  church, 40 rods from roy home. I bave  never had the alightert rutin* to fear  ���������uy return of tbe disease."  i For sale by all Eruggista and Dealer*,  50c and S1.C0  Dr. T. A.  Slocum  Limited,  Toronto  PSYCHINE  RESTORES THE APPETITE  CLEVER MANCHESTER BOY,  lh  find tut for ion days iu a 'temple with.  "I" f I or  -leep hiil'liii.; a  '.word on  his luiei'H, nnd every evening before  Ihe Mllnset the Mijh)il"ii)-| an,I his iv������r.  rinrs went, to do hom;:i,'i. I. .fori, him,  They used In cli.iiil mer,;l wimfs nml  recite piu red vt-t.-e* nu tin. wny  The a word of ii Imu,' dead iiiieeidur  firm laeli ,-enl ||,,||, in,. |,M|,���������.(. MM. ,|Hy  Vi'fi -I      .', !   "      '*    . .    , ',i,   ;.   ���������,,  Ull'   Uuuiile   n,.   thniiiili   lien,',,   bud   t.,,1  How    Many   Grown-Ups   Can    Take  This  Exercise   In  Spelling.  A Manchester schoolmaster the  other day gave out tlie following a.-  a, nictation exercise. One of the'b.*>y.s  _^LJt_all_ right witli "qnly_three mis-  tiikes. We always TTa3 a High opinion of Manchester, young.stere, aiul  consider that this dictation feat wit:;  something of which both master an  boy should be proud. Schoolmasters  in other parts of the country please  p������py. '���������.,.'  ".A muoh-maligned cobbler xvtvi a  .'ikilful gaugar, who possessed a [wig-  nant disposition and drove a p 'dlar's  wagon, using an alpenstock as at*  iiisirumont of coercion to tyrannize  over his donkey. He was a Galilean  ���������''ml u Sadducee, but phthisical catarrh, diphtheria, and a bilioiw, in-  ti'riuittont erysijx.*ltis occasioned him  annoyanee.  "Tlie gipsy with the sobriquet ,of  Sibyl went into an ecstasy nt seeing  him measure sonw saccharine tomatoes without, either dyeing or singeing the ignitable queue that he wore;  hut, he remarked that he would have  pret'/'i-ivd n  woollen surtout,  "His dmiee was not referable to a  v,*,eilla.(ing, occasionally remirring.  iiiiosynei'asy, Therei'ore In* wo'l'uliy  gi'.v" uiteranco to the, following  i.|M>p))t,)l!*g/ll;  " 'Life is ohoquoml, but sehimn.  hereKy, aponta.sy, and villainy shall  b' punis-ni'd,'  "Tlii* s-byl, Ijoeoming parulyz'il by  hnei-'orrhi go, \\[uA her eyes to the  I'up.ilii of the Capitol to wiiorhI hor  unpi.rulleleil i*nih������imi*.smont,, making  him a rjugh eurUy, but not huriws-  ii:*,' him with triy.*iti.fying, rure-fyiug,  ai;il stupelying iiinuendofiR, li'iii- guv  him a boinpii'i of funlwNi, mignorwiUi  und di'lili'*^, and a )>ortm.ii,i)touu eon-  tniiiiiig thin lieverogfjueoua colic.!'  ��������� ion: i', trei-.tiA" on pnoinnonicH, an  ���������Apwrypliu, a bxik uf hl^roKlyivliien,  a l"eti!rii on Mmididrtsolm, a kalei-  Miw.-ipi.', n dr.'.eiim phiid of ipx-acii-  'iiihiv, a I'liiriiiiiet, a violoncello, a  eonii'lian ')���������.' r'.Niiiiiii'trioiil proportion*),  *i ''���������iigu-.,i*r*i)t.vpe, and a guitar,  "'Iii" ginger, wim win-., by tin' by,  ���������. it'iiliiekiiig I'Kctilier and a |mi,:sii-  i"ii"i', lli,!i:k'l her nordially. Sim.  .' pol'igindng,  eiti-w'TiHl*.  " ''I lii'i',' mv vi'.rioiJH il������(.;rrx,i of  wisdniii, all pi'ohleiniiti-snlly rat'able,  bid, i n ��������� c ���������ii.pi.r.hle to Ui" sylliipUm  ���������listing b'lween an eligibli' ellipi-i..  '���������nl u trisyllabic dia".resis.'"-*'l it-  iiiU.  Mexican I'tons.  Mexleiin piMiiiN !l*e elilelly nil hennn,  i't' i������, eiii'ii, cheap eiilH uf ineill, oiill'i'i',  ui'lllhit'   nml  pepperH.     Uroild   In  nol  Used liy tlit'.M* lienpre,  Turblnt 8tfsm������rs.  Iii n iiirbuie Nieniiiei the rhytlimle  tliuiiiluiiB "I tl"' pixtium dlsiippi'iirn  and liixteail im* engine** give out ii thin  Hopi'iino Hong dial i'Im'h or f ii Iln In key  wiin uie hp������*i'i|, Hoiiii'iluiuH Buuuesiing  ii ciiiitliiiiiiiiH Hipieiil,  Sold and  Used  iE*W.GlLLETTCO|J,l J  F. W. GUleU Co., Lt*  Toronto, Oot,  MICKELSON'S  KILL-EM-QUICK  GOPHER POISON  ! Ounrfintofld to kill iropliars, squirrels, (lull! mlfl#,  Kwund how, rats, mien, wolveR, coytitiw, rabblta  nml budunrs or the purchase price rof imdnd. 75c,  ������l7.o packiifro contains 2.000 polso'inus iliwnnuiid the  11.15 Fb.d -1,000. for tho extermination of tlm gopher  ���������nil siiuinol pest.  Frlcei on Quantity Orilors  :   h.ntt, lit tin (US tin  j   l*m*'^t* ��������������� ���������������.'!������ ���������Jvg"**  100     " .00 l.!0  "  200      " .88   ' 1.05    *  SOO      " .07  " 1.03   "  ,  BOO      " M  " 1.00   "  "KIU-EM-O'TICK" Is sold snd enn bo swurod nl  ������)xao |irii'������.i front ihrilruu/rinti ami ilrutf ilcalois  thrunut the provlncus, "MiekeUon'i Kill-Em.  Quick Gopher 1'oiion" hnn i\ pooullnr odnr wliloli  ol.tmctH tho pimw nml lii'inif vo-y pli'*i������lnu to tlio  ttmto thuy oat tho prepmett utarn in piufi'ronco to  enr other food.  Thlspntont prspiirstlon In In nowdor form nnd  ,*wlii)n mixed witb mnint ������ni!n it mllii'rim to umi  forms a conlinf on the otitMdo of the kt.rnvls,  "Ktll'Em.Quiok" thus wmes In Imineiliutepontiiet  with thn tiuNiira of tlm Ktomimli and tlw riuult from  It* iwtlon Is .tlinnsl. iriHUntnfioon*.  Try "Kill-yjm-tiiiieli" n\ our rink irtttri wifumJ  ���������iisrantee prlnlod nn evmy imi*kniifoi unit ild ymir  lluiilr. ut IhiM? K'Ul'i d.'i.lrr,>-fr������. Oi'di'v th,- ijiuin.  ,tlf.y doiilrml from your driiKiKlst nrili'indoulni', lint  If 'tone In stook, scuept no other nuimin, Inn, huvo  "Kill-Em.Qulcli" nnti'r.'d for you from the Hole  Druii Compnny (Julihun), t>ii)ihei' I'ulngii Ooi't,,  ,Winnlp������������, Mi������b��������� mir ('Hnsdliin ruprusinilatlvwi,  Ifiniiioksll>'ftto������������i'iirn"KIII'EnvQulck"miHinttiJ,  i������nd yoiii* orilnr mul r������mlt fnr such qusnlity amlc  sired st above prions (whlnh sre f, o. li, Wlntilppi*)  ;to the Bel*DnuConipsni', Gophur Vu'wm lii'in,.  Winnipeg, M������n., vlvlnirthe numoof ymirilruirKlsC  or drill il������������l������r, upmi ri'ci'liit of which thu shiimiinit  Vi ill rnculvo prompt ul lent inn,  ! ��������� "KILURM-QUJCK" ALWAYS KILW  1 Comntnte Infnrmntlun, folilers, tustlmuiiisls, eta,  f urnlsljed on riKiuunt, ,  MICKELSON  KILL-BM-QUICK  COMPANY,  Oopligi' pniiMin Uunt,,  Wbwl������*fl, Msa.       or      MiniuspolU, Mln������  A GOOD MEDICINE  FOR THE SPRING  Do Not Dose With Purga-  tives-A Tonic is All  You Need  Not exactly sick���������but not feeling  quite well. That's the whv most  pediile feel in the spri-ig. Easily t'red,  appetite fickle, som-tim^s headaches  and a fueling of depression. Pimples  or eruptions may appear on the skin,  or there may be twinges of 'rheumatism or neuralgia. Any of th������se indicate that the blood is out of order;  that the indoor life of wiiit"r has left  its mark upon you, and may easily develop into more serious trouble. Ton't  dose, yourself with purgatives as .many  TTeonlF~tloT-iti~the~h*ope-that��������� you-ca-n-  put your blood right. Purgatives sial-  lop through-the system and weaken  instead of giving strength. Anv do tor  will'tell you this is true. What you  need in the spring is a to'-ic that will  make new blood iind bui'd uo the  nerves. Dr. Williams' ��������� Pink PiTs is  the only medicine that can do this  snoedilv, safely and sure'y. Eve-y clos������  of this medicine lHrs make new  blood, which clears th" fkin. Rtre^Tth-  ens the appetite, and makes tirnl,  i'r>i*r."ssed inen and woipe-- hricr'** nc-  f've and strong. Miss M������rv leaker.  T'liicoek NS., says: ".>. Williams'  Pink PilN have bee-^ n great hi "ssiucr  to ire. Tost ye"r while 1 wns att'iirl-  Ipt sehool I became so weak and rnm-  rdof->ly run down tbat I tho'-cht T  "ould lieve to crive up r"un!r to se'**ool.  T ws li.ffeef'Hl with di/7,y spells and  wiiild fc'l down at a^y tin*'* I crnt  *���������,>.]' |, f'own boxes ef r*r, Willinms'  "i"k T>i'*������ and before thev were half  gone I felt tny strength returning, Uy  Ihe time I luul used thepi all, the dnav  sivdls wo'*e pomr-!"li'y co**e ind 1 was  n"**.i" i"iloyi������p to^I health."  Sold hy all mediei'ie doiilert or hy  ���������������i>.il at po cents n hnx er uix box ** for  ���������">!���������,-> fVnm Tbo Tir. wilMains' Mndi-  eino Co,, Mroekville, Out,  I    "You   n  doctor!    Whv,  nobody  in  their senses would emp'ov you1"  P������rlipPH "ot, but I'm going to he a  doctor for lunatics!"  Stop the Cough.���������Coughing is c used  by irritation in the ''esninitovv nass-  i'|������or and i'< the effort lo diuloi'im oh-  "'Hietions that eome from  inOainmii-  1 i������tl       Of       th'1       l!'l|S"'IM       i".v'l,r'l"en  '"'>at'*'e))t with Pr. Thomas' KeU*"trif������  "il HU ivlliiy the Iiin'"<ii"n1inii nnd i'i  ������'iitR<vii'>ni,p t'"> eoiii.di i'" ',rt"pe, Ti"*  " it"d vou vl'l use,no other prnjiiirn-  'ion for a cold,  "I Hiiptiosi'," Hit id the eyiei'l hiiehe  ' r to the young bride, "('wit your  'lUidmnd'ii love hs llery hot:-"  "Well " M.l-l il'.'il the hl'ide, " 'tllitl't  i '"*it that it will kitiilh1 the tnorning  ��������� ���������iv."  Ti,������ a:*.1* r*,.u,v,.  Ttu-  floremt   of till  nnltimln  tn  tbu '  lihii'lc niiiiitii������r )  OiDCHUM  Cigarettes  TEM FOR TEX CENTS    J  Trengh'3 Remedy  -Fon-  Epilepsy and Fits  IMPORTANT   NOTICE  K IIIUNOH OKIflCK h������������ liimn ������sUIiIIi|ih.I st 101 Ht.  .lomi* Cliiimli'ir., 'loroiilii.  REDUCTION   IN   PRICE  This ImnnrtKnt nhstii* w>ftnlt������ nt prnn������ twlniffc  i'i..������,l in Hum* urin'iillTiiM (n Riirnpii, i>smw|������j,-Kiill  i>������i���������*������������.. **..'*,, '(in ���������'"-. ���������������", -i-'-'.'i ;������������������..'   . i  '  Ugii or mpriiw t'lisriiiM **\rn,  Tim u.m.1 ������.������������������������;��������������� mi" i  * ii.iui".'.  TRBNCH'8 REMEDIES, LIMITED  101 Mt, ,1'Mtl' niUMMHl TORONTO,  I'������l������l'llll't.(IISlll>'tt"*'MJ������t.|r.l'f������l<>*,  llnwsrii nr apnrlon* Imimt.nns. All I'S.'ksmii pi  Trfincl?������ lltniwh mn������l \rn-r imr tri'ltiusrk mil le  nikbrolieii iHiiulitlnn nn tmntt eml.  ��������� -    i .   .... j  What 8mythe Did _    _.iw  "Olid* upon u linn* there lived it  good mail hIio huh Nolieiting coiilrh  inltioii-t for tin* erection of un orphan  j imyluiii," Kiii'l lh������' Hlory-tellei*. "He  luul lieeii to many rich people uud re-  leeived    liberal   coiitrihufioiin,    which  ! were   ellti'ti'd    ill    a   liool.   I"    lot I   fo!  itlint iiurpoKi*. Ainoiig thene ninny  ji.iju1"- uppi'iiri'd 'Mfi l'obeil Siiivtlie.'  The gftA iiuui went d> Mr. Siuythe'i.  -idllce, mul, ulinwiiig him the i*������iitri>  j mutton ''ntered hy Mr**, Sinyltn*, auk-  fell ff li** iviiiild tmt five a like Mini, i  I Ami **t������������t ������l������ yu *tip|xi,M> In- did?"      :  i     "Well. I Hil|������|M������ni' he doubled it," I'i'. j  ninrkeit * lintt-tur. j  . "Uui������t.l*'������l it* V-.t f'.n|i rt'" ex-(  jol*lmwil tin* teller of tin* Ktory. "Why,!  i In* dimply t0������k hin pen nml   wrote,  'Mr. nnd before his wife's mime and j  'hantlnl tho l������wk back." I  I was cured of A put' llronehltU hy  MIN'KD'S  LIMMKNT,  liny of Inland*,   ,1, M. C-'MI'1������KIJ���������  I   wi^   ei'l'ed   of   Khi'I'iI   Neuralgia   b.V  MINAHD'H MNIMKNT.  Hprhmhill, N.H,       WM. PAN1KI.S,  I wn- lei"' uf *"hr<i"i������* Klu'iiiiiiiHfiit  by MIN.MIP'R UNIMKNT.  Alheil Co., N.ll,     V.m. TINdl.KY.  STUMP, BUSH AN a  TREE  PULLERS  Tf you have land to olo.nr, po nvnt-  ,er where it is, witli stump*, standing troes or annul! h������������h aiders or  willows, we have the iiwiclvii'e nml  apparatus for doing the work, nnd  wt������ sell our mil oh tow' (Ml a  irunrwnitfle thai II will woiik fnfi-  tor, he oiisior ii'nd more conviipiient  thian any mthevr nwwihinw on th<>  jiHiritftt., Tt In nlso the mnly Mul-  hvihhi Two St'iiin.p ttKuihine' uu'vlc,  T)o not ("ml nwny time and nmpey  with old diliapftlated oaM inn ma.  eh'hiw, If you write for Catalogue-  AddiMd:��������� "S" you  wil]  uet   full   pii'i'tlculmii*.  0ANADIAN 8WEN30N8 LIMITED,        LINDSAY, CANADA,   m  "Wit   *il*nl   do   vnn   I'StIIi^  vour  Hill'.  con* in iioqiiiring moneyi"  I'lirliV   Io  ().'   mi,,; .i.i if  "'le J   lm l)  ill leltllig go ol >t," replied the great  flliitticier.  An Encouraging Message  noni)s \  | KIDNEY;  t^,,PILLS ..-:  \ *>- KlONf-V   '  A   lii._ .-. iV  IV'^'.HTS   0������Vi-  1)1 *X III   Tl   '<       ..���������-���������'  W. N. U��������� Ha.  I hnvo a mr>iwinjr;������ nf hope and irood olienr, of enroumf������m������il  ���������tid Hmplratton to nvory iiiffurlnK woman, I have endured tlm  torture due to.famaln trouble* and the cnnionuent doipondenoy  and nienuil nuony t*lino*t to tlm point of doepalr, and I li������v������  neen ie������tureil from thU eondltlnn fo n etate or vlBoroua health,  ana tn the hnmiy, enlillnt'iithif fnittie of mind wliloli aoucim-  puriloii pliynli'iil well lining, Till* uliunire hue been brought  nliout wholly by llie tine ot ORANOB UILV,  , In nddlllnii ( have hint the privilege and pleaatire et Indue"  Ing tmililtuil������n cf ether Hufferlng women to give ORANOR  UILV n trial, nnd Imve reeolvm] llimiHundi nf entlmiliiitlo ae-  Lnowloilgnmnti of tlm lilinalii1;-! It haa brought to them. The  following la a Mimpliii  Truro, N, P., April 5, t������fl������,  Pear Mra, Currali,���������Yonr very kind litter wn������ received yaa-  tentay.   In reply to   your  question   about  my   health,   I  am  thankful to aay tlmt I nm very well.   Aa I have never given  _ you a etateinent of my ciiee yoti nitty bo Intereited In It,  for aeveral year* I have suffered untold agony, Title suffering waa ronttnuoui.  hut I H'oiilil Imve violent attaeke every few w������elui, euoli uttuck luatlng aeveral  day*, The flrst Uumliiy In NoveinUer, I felt the pain Increasing and no did not go  to prayers, The real of the family did go, and aoon after the forcing down palna  aelaed me nnd I had to remutn on the floor until their return. I waa In great  pain all night and waa very aluk for ������ whole week.  iiiii, Mia, !.. .m.'.i. U' ������������������������������������<��������� "," *"' ���������"td me nf vour wenrterfut medli'lne, I got  my tiiiaband to aend for It right away, na I wu������ too aluK to write uiyieif. ������My  ittnjtiii i*uU tin intlliiiih' tnr me ) X hnvr- timr-il *, hnvim nf OUANOt LILY, hava  Ind three monthe of good reat, and am now well, never better in my Me. I hava  pet had the old palna alnoe. I .often tab my liueband If It ������������,myaelf that la gong  around and doing my own work, J nan aearoely believe It, tt brlngi lean of Joy  lo my oyei,   I oould ahout It to all tho world.   I cannot apeak *""?������ ,n,l|fP'B  Receiving, aa J de, rtoaena of auoh reporta eaeh day, l'feol liQpalled to rnaka  known to mv aufferlng aUtera the merlte nf ORANOI LILV. It dlffera from  oinfi M,-i*Mr.i .....'.'! .':: "'' " ,*' n^', >eVen lnt������rn<ittv. tt ta a atrlclly local  treatment, aiid la applied directly to the afrerieii oigmia, He inirauv������ ������ieii)Ci.u  are abeorbed Into the nongeeted tlaauaa, expelling the atagnant foreign matter  whioh haa he������n Irritating the membrane end oppressing the nervea, and a grow.  IngTeelliig nf thyaleal and mental relief a mttloeable nlmoat from tha ���������!���������������. It  la a poililve, aulentlflc rumedy .np������������ ���������������v*n J' vou un������ no mora than tht Free Trial  positive  treatment you  will bt very' materially benafltai  FHELE* TRIAL OFFER  T want everr reader nf thla. fbe  euffers In nny way from painful  monthly perimta, IrreguUrltlea, leu-  corrhoea, Inflemmatlon or roncestlnn  of the womb, palna In the back, eto..  to send me fhelr addreaeia, and I  will forward el owe, without charge,  10 day*' ir������*atmeat. If your eaae la  not far advanced It tmy entlrelv enr*  ou..aml In .anv event. H will doyou  reltlv*  ev#r r  yo���������   ,,..  .  much fund. I am eo e*re������at In  Ing thla statement, and ao  thai ti .   nue. iliat^f tru  #Mffer������i<������\/ho read* thla jtotlce. win  Ulie advanuge of my offer and get  cured at home, without a denw'%   .  ���������  bill  Addraaa, enclosing 1 atampa, MM*. FRANCIS I. CURRAH, Wlngaer, Ont. ���������tel    V  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  THERE are so many causes of an  aching head  that it ls probably  the most common ailment from  which .women suffer.  First or all,  there   is  the   headache  which   can  be  traced  to the  stomach.    Over-eating,  with  Us  resultant  indigestion,   quickly  punishrs the*'offender, and a dull ache  across the front of the head generally  makes   itself   felt.    Hot   water   sipped  slowly  will  often  relieve, this pain.   It  is   a   great   aid   to   the0 tired   muscles  o. which   are  used  in  the  process  of digestion.   Often it will dispel the cause  of headache in a very short time.  Another Vieadiiche is    caused liy   an   MLei:diargi.n.g_ojL'theLtilftQiU.ves������els-lii_thQ-  h'ead, due to any great mental strain.  Circulation must be restored to a. normal condition. Gentle massage is excellent. By smoothing the brow the  llow of the blood will be stimulated und  It will move on In its course, .gradually .  taking (he pain with it.. Dipping the  lingers In a solution of equal parts ot  menthol and alcohol and rubbing them  on thc skin gives refreshing relief. Be  'i-ui-e not to allow any of this to touch  tho eyes, tor It causes an unoleasant  sensation.  An   lephag  ip^lipil  in  the  nplilng  pnr  is another well-tried remedy, "When the  head is dry and feverish this cold application works wonders. It reduces  the temperature and has the recommendation of needing no second person  to  minister to the victim. '  When there is beating or a throbbing  headache at tho base of the brain,  loosen the hair and rub tho back of the  neck firmly and steadily. Relaxation of  the muscles will sometimes drive the  pain away.  Then   there   Is   the   friendly   footbath  nf Vint mustard and w.iter Take it Inst:  before letiring, and in many instances  the nerves will be soothed, the circulation restored and any extra amount of  blood be drawn away from the brain._  Sleep .will come, and T can almost promise a painless awakening In the morning.  These simple treatments are far bettor than the taking of headache powders, which do what they ejaim to do���������  namely, drive away pain���������but often they  affect the heart cf the thoughtless user.  ADVICE ON SOCIAL  /ai S/iemU^<i***am4  ^������^^^*<^^������wi^<*^������*l������<^ ���������  /carina ���������&</**' d/wr u/t������ua<f  &^������u<t*vJ&r/Juxfa  AVOID EXTREMES  Alih of us have seen and hoard  women and girls who tako  every opportunity to oxaggor-  nit* in dross, speech and a general view of life, I feel Mire that you  agree with mo that thla extreme  uielliod le dlHpletiRlng and tiring, and  If wn Btop to analyze the extremist  wo Hnd In nine out of ton casus ii  lack of refinement or un uiiilerour-  leiit nf Ill-breeding,  In ilriaH lot mo beg of you to eliun  extroinos, l.mn't try to see how large  you can build that pompndour, or how  straight you en a worn* those lltth*  Innua, And In nftor yeara, when the  ; nrd-long i'oIIh are thlnga of the past,  don't try to aee linw extremely tight  you enn planter your hair upon tho  forehead,  Avoid exaggeration in the slue of  huts, I|n\v nhaoltitPly rlilloiiluua waa  Uu* I'xpiiunion of Iuhi venr'a hiitbrlml  and I fear that thii yenr'a turliuni  and liiitu nro going to bu treat nil to an  enlarging prneoHB which will UUI their  effect,  LXTREMES IN SPEECH  .Hist heniuao tho girdle hue i-eturn-  ad need not atiggeat an aggravated  lyj'0 which will really lessen the good  effect, antl tho drapery for i������v������nlng  dresses ahouid not take unto Itself  yorda of material which entirely hide  Ihe figure,  The medium height of yuur heola  ahouid he chosen, and ,vniir raincoat*  ���������nd iiiiibrollna ought to be treated to  a. roneervntlve aeleutlon,  i rrohably the moat blatant uae of ox-  liemt'e uiiuim ui ������|n.*'.'*li. Vuuiig Kit Ik  ���������elae thle ready opening to be omphalic.  ���������nd tha wind Ins are "perfectly lovely."  the hat la "terribly cute" ana the new  young man ncroea tht way la "uwfully  aweet,"   Aa a mutter of furt, not one  >..|   HiuM,  *,%  Vieiuii  w.  ������|.pil* ������un-.  V*'  u������  euhjert, and time and worda ore frittered away In thla unthinking manner  beeaiiao die habit of dealing In ex-  Hi ines bus grown from dny to dny,  l,*t tu Introduce a few anne, atrnlght-  lorwiird worda Into our converenllon,  and when we feel tempted to effuse  over nn ordinary aubjeet let ua ohoek  nir ipei'ch nnd ndjtwt worda to the  eutijcit under dlw.'iiridtm.  In our Wees nf life h would be better  to keep In the golden middle way. |������  uut joyfully rm������i along the twtha wllh  *ve������ cloned lo tht pltfalle and atum>  bllng-blocks, for there are such things.  On the other hand, do not view affairs  of llfo from a morose, morbid ground,  You and I ure well aware that there are  people and things worth while in thl.s  world, and hi the rush of business and  home troubles we must not take an  extreme, one-toned view.  Any distorted, exaggerated Hlens must  bo refocused through n matuiv, sensible mind, and the elimination of extremes will rCHiill, Thla will give a  hocui'h fooling, which l,< nlwiiya Ihe result of the gulden mean,  Solutions to Social  Problems  itors like to have a little time to themselves, but plan for two or threo special  forms of entertainment for oath week  thoy nre with you. You can have sleighing and skating parties, and tuke them  fur long rambles -through tho country,  Invito your friends to the liouue und  have a Jolly party, having your mother  or sister prepare a luncheon for them.  A theater party would hu another way  to entertain your friends,  Girls of Fifteen  Dour Mrs,  Adama.  I, Wc nre two young flirts, built ),' mmih  Uf HKO, Is ll |lill|ilT 101' U-1 I.i 1,0 Willi  .louiiir nun iibuiii M vcuh ul uku',' Uu  you think wo ought I" alluw them to kins  nnd hug us In our own luimt.v.'  *!, WlM'n ti hoy Is om wnlliliiK wllh two  Kills, aitould ho walk between I limn nr "ll  the outside?  II, While on our vniiutloin UiIh iiUiuiwt  wu mm levernl hoys,   Hr.ill wu Hive tluin  Pl.t'lalmnu     nt.itu,.,,,,,')      ...    I,     ............    ���������-,,.,    ,,���������  When Introduced  DKATl Mrs. Adams.  I'leimu tun mn If I should rise to  acknowledge an Introduction? of  luinse, l know 1 should rise to moot an  elilc'i'ly person, but am iloutitful about tin*  younger moii und girls,      "iNKKuiCK."  A hostess liiviii'lubly rlm.*H to uoeopt an  Introdiii'tlon to either a man or woman.  A woman whllo u gueat nt n nuo|ui function does not line when a mun la presented In hor, nor wlun i-lie Is one of  a group to which ii woman la m-  Irodueuil, unless It Ih ono who la some-  what older than heiwlf or u portion of  dlallnctloii. In all "ther olroujiiatiinoeM  a wmnan I'Ihoii iii receive nu Introduc-  Hon to one of her own nes,  To Recover <i Ring  I>i'ur Mis,   Ailnnta. ,     , .,.,  I. flense tfll nm wliul.J niiisi 'lo a limit  getting my ring, wlileli I limned l" a .mhiiiic  mun sniiio tliin< ngo? I have imki'd mi I .  hut haven't aiiitmi t yd. We nm crossi le  tt my nini'ii m npi'iik limy 1. li iiruimr for  Kills and Imis to eauhutmc rliius','  i),   I Iiivii IhU young ninii, bin in*;, i������ir*  ������������������ills end friends nblici tn It, 1 inn in und  In* Is lu   Am I lno vuung? .,  II, Is It ull rliilu for us to -''TCJij',',1^  1, Vuu will luivoju keep on uniting tin*  young man for your ring iniill lie glvea  It to you, If you were In the wrung, It  la your plucu to cluur uuitii'i'H, The exchanging of iliiua In a fooliHli.btihit  which boya and glrla huvo, nnd Is one  which Hhould not be Indulged lu. tor tt  ufli'ii plueua Ihe boy and girl iu n very  I'liilmrriiaalng poaltlon,      ,  i, Vour purenta no doubt have good  reaaona for objecting, Follow their ml*  .���������Iff. fnr iboV have lioth nnd exiierleliei'N  and knuw ������Imi'fui they imeiik,  !t There tn nn run nun whv vou should  not correapund with,llm young mun H  yonr purvntH arc willing to imve you  do no,  Length of Skirls  Dear Mrs, Adams. ���������.  I nm ii irlvl ,,r 11 nml n������i 1 trot * lni������ln's  tali.   Hew Iuiik slimilil I wunr my aairisf  Would it be nreiier for iiiii tn allow a boy  lo take m������ Home from i-hunh?   M, M, M.  Vou aro very tell for your nge, nnd I  think It will bu neei nanry for you to  wear your ������klrt������ to vour ahnotona,  Vou are too young to nciepi the wim*  pnny of o young boy. Arrange lo have  an older member of your family gow th  you to thurcli, hu that you muy arrive  home In eufety,  Fititrrl/ihibij* Roys  Tttit Mn, Auams,  Kindt-' adili  ClirlRtinnn   pri'sonta?   Is  It  pi-oiiur  lur im  uuneapond with tliom? TWO 'iWINH.  tu  a r  ni*  (indlv adilna tn* ������f seine means nf enl*rt������ln iw  iwiiils of nw frlrnrts who ere i-mnlns lo vlstl  i fnr t fsw ws*ks lbl> winter,  llllV IIKAIIRR.  Flrat of all, let ma tt-l| you ihnt vis-  I. ^ou aro both too young to,think  of accepting ttttoiulone from nny  men, and aa lor allowing tiiuni to  klHs und hug you* I eaiinnt llml  worda strong ouuugh to nxpreHM my  ohjoctlnna lo such neiioim.  :, Uu Hhould walk on tliu curb siao  of llm piivcmont nml not between tbe  fWO   gll'lH,  II, To give them (llirlatmna pn'*1-  oiiIh would bo making advance*, I  iuIvIho you not to tuko tho Inltlnilvi*  In tills 1'iisii, Thui'u ran b" no linnn  Iii iiorriiH|iondltig with them if tbelr  leiioi'H aro at all worth while,  Asking Roys to Cull  liniir Mrs.  Ailum*,  , I, la It iii-u|.i'i' fni- a girl of 17 lo iisk Imr  hoy irli.'inls to call? ,  , ���������.',  I ii'i ni tu bu iiiillii ii fuvoilli' wllli lb"  boys, bill, iillllouidi my lmy frli'inls ari' nil  vuiy nice, the imu 1 eiire nil* must dims ii������i  mi.-ni to iiini ho nuii'li fur ino.   Whnt wuu.'l  Mill iiilvlse ine in ilo In Ii.iwi lil.n bi< III"'  ii'li'inlly with me?  X Is,,11,good manner* for a buy lo ii������ii  In walk liotiiu limn ii iliuii'i. ur sliuw <n  liny I'libht' |i un. with a itlrl whim lm b"-i  nol escorted her tliuru?  , I, Wliut la uuMiroiii'i' way for a mun i"  linld ii  imiy  wlilh* ilnnclng?  n, It Is enrreet for u mnn and lady I"  hold bsnils wblle skutliig st u link, U i'  nut?    ' A.NKI.IA.  1. II ia belter to allow lliem in usk  to enll,  it. Ho suro you do not lot lilm aen  you euro for lilm more thun the others, but treat hlm In the hiiuih kindly milliner thut yoti uae inward your  other hoy frlenda. I'l'ohuhly lu* iIooh  euro fur you, but la u little backward.  ��������� ���������  ' ���������  ��������� .      i '   l . '* ' ' ,  ' ,     * . ,  mir't you homo, but you ahouid novor  jil,H.i;    }vm*vl(    Ui     ������Ut|i      ..     i>i:i'.lfii  where It would bn iineeaanry fnr n  niiiii to ink to taUn yuu hoiim, Do  not go to audi nluoea of iiiuuaoment  that you mention uiiteaa provldvil  with an eacort,   ,  ,,  4, To properly hold n woman when  ���������lancing the niati'a right arm should  n.lll   Vlitiilrt:     lt<>      *J>������r-i    m.A   ������������������'������������������������������������    '���������������������������-���������  placed Juat nliove tha wiilat llm*,  directly In the mlddlo of the bnck.  He titkea her right hand In hia left  nnd hold* it allghtlly bent, not lower  than tho level of hor walat lino, nor  higher than her ahoulder. Ills fine  he turna allghtly lo the left.  ������, Yea; whan thev ora akatlim together  It la nereaaary,  Without tin Introduction  I "Mir Mrs.   .Vt'itn"  1. I em ii Klrl nf II I reeent'v tsllo t  ������lih n yniina iiiaa alsmi ai ��������� <������>������ of ������>;'���������  wIlKnut an Inlrn'Oielfnn Um aeenied, r***'!"  nii'K *nv* nm H' ibill's und iirnniln-l ��������� ���������  wrllr n**-, I In aid frnm hlm ulnui (��������� '  Willis am, nml answ*r������.| lne li-ner a I *>  ,U\% afirrward    I h������v������ n.n ttrati fmm tii.n  since.   Would ll ho proper for mc lo writs  him and nsk why I iceelveil no nn*w<>r?  1. Is It iinipi.-!- f,,.r a uhl tu cuiri'Fii.'nil  with n follow wliuui iim Iiuh nevur neon,  but hns heard of hlm ihinunb u cousin  of  hurB? ANXIOI'K.  It was most improper for you to form  an acquaintance wllli n young man before being Introduced. If ho has hot  answered your letter, you can du nothing to mako him do so,  Uliable lu Decide  rein* Mra.  Aibims,  I .uu ,i I'i'i.v I, .4tilH'nl mul I'ultureil miuiik  ludy, only III .vhiiik uld -/ini Inun two  "xi. .lily* luleiws, Dm. li; wull ua', bill hllti  u wu-1 ou his no. i- ami m.iminu sv.uils nm  iu tnku hlm. The mlinr l������ u streul car  i'.inductor, und iiiniiimu mv������ hi. unVv wants  my money. What would vuu uilvlsu nm In  uo? A NX A II.  As you aro the one to bo made happy,  1 iiilvlso you tu chooHit the mun you lovo  tlm most, Do not ponder too deeply  over the inuiHtloii of money or lookB, but  iiHk youraolf If you would be content to  live with yuur choice, I think thut  you are entirely ton young to con-  wider any man In tlm light of anything  but a friend, If you urn uncertain  about your choice, ynu do not deeply  lovo cither of ymu filuiilii,  Atlnwiiiig illieniiuii  1i������nr Mrs, Ailnins.  I, I ii in ii iclrl of i'i, Home iilrl filnmls  und I ui'Ht In nn. ii phi* "iir nl).-Ill lu  front nf us cut u rial cute fi-.luw Wus li  nrniier for us lo luimh and tilk biuwi'in  i.iiinulvi'ii In draw his ulti'iitlon? Wns It  nruiH'r fer nie, when I nn-i lilm on Um  Bli'iml,  tn stun uud i,iHi iu li in?  ;'. Is II iiiuimi to tulk out of tlm window lu IuIIdwn mull bun ui nluhi?  IXQI'tHITIVH,  1, Ii Ih iiioni iinlmlyllke lor ymi in try  in attract thu voiiiik iiuiii'n atii'iitlon,  und It was iiIho very Improper for yoi  in Hpeuk to hlm wlun vou had never  lii'iMi liiii'iidiiei'd.  .'.    It   |H   Improper   In   eui|llet   lllloiigh  the window with.boya umi men ut any  time nf day. If they have anything lo  city to ynu, let them nsk iutiiiIhhIoii tn  i'oiiui to see you. and If ynu cure to Imve  them, grant their reiim-ala, A young all I,  liiiwnvnr, Mhuiild nnt eiiieriiiln boy  frlenilH without the tninclion mul (h.-ipi-  riiiuigu of her mother or nn older per-  FOU.  Dress Questions  I'car Mr*. Adnma,  I, Iiuw should ii miiiiik Imly nf liiiil-Hllil-  iwi'iily siunniei'H dnss wblls iiurnillng  iluil.liiK siboul MVi'lilliim In M llll. t ' MuH  she wear IIkIii purly ilivsms, or wmil'l It  ln< inniiiT to wear any mini nt u iIipss skit'  I'V    !', ' |    ��������� "|. ,-  ���������   "     !        ' , ���������'���������    '  i.i  wnur  shurl  skirts?  "    t������ II i-iui-'l'l, ...I *.��������� \.i   ',,im.i'i.|.i ���������  in v-i-'ir  imu   uiiimumils,   nmkljiirs   snd   iiiaitlets   ,  ������Iii-ii ullimillnK ihuriti?  II. How should a young ludy dims for  evening   functions;  nftir  ������ e'elock.  I,   Wlun   klmulil   *bi-   ������ru.i   in   ihr .lay  lime,   nftornonn  sfTuIrs  und   Ntimliiis, la  II lni|im|ii<r  to   w.ur  ii  lallor-maile suit  whon  unending  rhunh"  IHUUITIIV   lll.rKllKt.l.  1. At dancing kclmol it would l*o  piirfoi'tly prnpur to w**ur u silk blnu������e  In it color io match the null with  which II la worn.  il. Tho church la nol n plnee t" dts.  play iiiic'h jowolrv. to tlmi miiv ihucu  plccoa of jewelry wlu< h an* abn nueiy  iiiicoaanry ahoulij be wm th-re.  I. It dependa upon the natun* ���������-< Hu*  antermlnment, nml wbetlir It la fi"im..  or Informal,  ������, For Rftarnoon lumi*������ona ������r i������-  ei'ldlona one uailiitly wears ������ "'M*'  imi-ktul umi lung.nli'.vi-ii h"A" ��������� .���������;''';  velvet or other rn ii luui' ' ���������'' ' "r  ordinary cu ling In the iifteni"ti a  drew of rloth, tn M lli'bt nlm'1'*. 'a  usually w������rn, ll in net .it ill I ; : f" '  tfl  V*   nr It   ���������alliir.iitn.de   Mill   til  . !��������� ,"'"'l  Hoi  Wafer  Gives'Relief  Answers to Beauty Queries  OWING to the great amount of  mail received and the limited  spuco given this department, II  Is absolutely Imposi-Ilde lo answer letters In tho Sunday Ihhuo following lilt Ir receipt, Tho lettem iiiiihI lie  answered In turn, uud ihla nfttlmei re-  quires thi oe or four weeks.  All cori'iiHpniideiits who ilculri' nn Ini-  mwUritt* iiiihwoi' must Inclose n neif-  nddreHSftd sliiiiiped envDlopo for ,i reply,  I'lils rail* must almi be ciiiiiiiII'iI with  In  regard in personal  letters,  For llltickhciids  Iienr   Mih.   Kymes  I'li'HH' let nu. Unmv tbrouph yuur iiiliimn  whuI I enn do *lnr bl'iclilieiuls mi my nun.  Is lids ii'il|n' i'iiitii'I for tint imriiiisi'i 'two  niinii'i "i' iili'i nnd two nuinns of si.ilp  liniment?    - IIKADMIt.  The recipe to which you refer Khmild  eoniiiln soup liniment, und not siulp lin-  liiinnl, as ymi hnve Minted. Il<*fore applying tills lollop, bailie yonr nnse in  very warm wuter, ho thut the pures will  be iipeneil; rub uu the mixture, uud ns  soon uh li Iii'hImh in hum wnib nff wltu  warm wilier ami I'lin-e wllh cold water.  II'tun ing Ruts  lint Mih,  Hynn-s,  I'o >mi llilnk went big mis will tout my  lm I r If I brush und muasnae tlie sinl|i evoy  lilehl? Mv hnlr In lung, but veiy n,l,i, nnd  If I ilnn'l weur n nu   my Imlr lies lint and  ,ji���������������   (I'll   lo'.U   u,l|.,|nw.,..|      S'-.w,   v. lint   IIIII  1 in de?   How often should om* wash tb*  hair? A.  11.  ('.  If yuu Wil take gruil enie In eniin-  t'liiet unv liijiirluiiH effect the wearing  of ii rut might cause, I do not think ll  will c|n any harm, nf cuirM', nils iln  "Tt'iilc on iiiiiiiiliiral wnrnitll wbleh in  Un,I* limy Injun* tlu* Ktnwih nf Hie huir  If worn Inn eeiliMiilillv, Tu make \nui'  hull- Ihl'lier. iiho Un, tonlo Ior which I  um iilvlng the rneliiii!  Hnlr Tonic,  l,PA.,Iklll       ,,,,,,,, ,,,    ,������ ,|l,lh������  Tinriure ennihiirlib's    ,   I ouio'"  ��������� ill niiiii     I 'ii iii.������  nil rosemary  iu.ii"'i>  lljy  mm,  nl.l  smW b ni   ������-.  mske   S.^in ���������������  If your hair Is not luellued to tu* o.iy  It Will not be neci usury fnr you tn wuxh  your bend mine thnn mice In every  three or four w..el'-'  illiiti'lbiiled,  Apply a few drops nf kero-  seno to your eculp every night,  .', If you will hnvo your hack rubbed  With nli'Iml ni* pill 111 Oil Willi Iodine, ll  will bm nine strengthi'iied. liy exercising  will power you will he nble tn enrreet  your round shouldm-H. To expand your  chest practice thn following e.'iereb'o:  Chest Expansion,  Homes*   the cliitst,   li'itniK   Ihe   shonlili-ri  eiiini*  I'lii'WBiil,   wllli Uo- bind "I' nnd  Imi'-'  lhlill������   till!  I llXl   hV   llHlhlUl.il   rfnirl,   i.ol   .,  liieiilhlni'.  lu lie I'oliii "f gii-nt  i" pniislon.  ll'*|v������ nnd   lower  tlii' i'Iichi   Ibis   wuy  elitht  llllll'S.  ;l, To I'i'.iiiive the m*i|i rtlnoiis lion-, u.-'  the  ilepll.iliuy   ior   which   I   iiiii   nlvhi������  ill"   recipe  oil.I  I'lreelliiiin;  Miil'h.il.i ..f ni'i-i  or 'iil'iutu  mil-  libido     li") grain*  ''bulk  li.munn  Ills iliiuiiiiitlilv. ia ii ��������� 1 k.".p div lu w.'ll-  colkeil iniiiii' nmn ������niili'd lor use. 'I'������������"  I'liuiilili I" in ii Hi- a ii.i.ic, ii ml inld win in  wuli i   Iii It unlll Ibe inoiiii  i-oiislsliirii'V Is  ������.|'llle.|. Ml.l'l'Hil over till" ll.lllV Sllliill'il  und ulloiv in nui.ilii ful ftmii linn lu II ..  iniiiiil.������. ui .uiilliiii iu llm ii.iiuii' ol Uu*  lo'.vvib in.I Ihe nimci'iiUMill) uf lh" akin;  Hun si'i'iiie oil wllli ii 1.1 imt hind.'- ll |i.i|������.r  I.n fc, on I'vuiiplit. n rh .old he ii.|ii,iv������i|,  ns in i.'.iy eaee wllh ll di.pllii'.ui v, .vb.-n  Uu* biiinlliu si'iisiillou la j ruilllceil, Ti,.  hilig iiiiilini Willi Hi,- ������liln slin.il,) In. uvulil-  i'iI, ntul lliiini'ill.ilely ull.-i ibe l.ili Ims  been   iiiuuvi'il   Ihe   i|i.|ii|ili'.|   unit    nbuiild  I |.    IH'llll*     WIIHlil'.l    Willi    Wlltlll    M.'ilil     ,10.1  ii   cold   iniiiii   in-   ii   M.ili.I   ,i||   ,n piled   In  pii'venl    H i Hull.Hi  I,   'I'n   innl,i    ynur   IiiiipIh   Miiinlh   Ulul  while,     we.ir    the    ceHillelle    gloves    lit  iibltil,  Mulic lliein iiei'iirdlrig to llie following 'llrecllons;  To Make Coimutle Qlovei.  I'se  sofi,  huge lumber gloves,   three or  [nil -,,:,u |i,o I.iiio- lllp llii-iu iipi li ,lli.|  ,<|,i,,,.| Ibi' limlil,' .villi the followon, |,ie|>-  in ii 11. .il, Ihen sew the rlppi'il Hi'Hiti up:  Cosmetic Olovo Pngtu.  itioiiiiil biiilev, ttm while of in ecu *  liimiu'iiiill >,f  glyreillie  ������nJ  uu������ tuni* uf  I y.  Thin Huir  Unnt  Mn.  Kymes, ....  I. My bnli Is very ihln and It brenks  every lime I ronili II. iu*'l It l������ very roars*.  a, I em imiiiil plu'iil'i'i"d end nil back I*  \ery vnak ami ml ������In et l* mu nal.  1 Wlnl will niii'M' miperniioii* Imlr  fiom  llie fuie und mini'?  i.   P'ei.i udi ".. -��������� "..iiimu in make ini  tltts..-, ,-i,.i. (I,   .    I   ���������'   ' ''TIl.tltlMR.  I. Vour hnlr ia auiely In ne.il of Un*  mediate nttcttUon. Wb������n the huh' l"<*i������ka  It is .1 Mm, Ui.a a ... i"*< ttiv. in..:.  )'.,ir hnlr eve.   nini.t  i'i' r-   n-tirli.-.i.  glvltnr   !1   ut   least   Inn  s������e������ilie*,   Iff   ailie  thnt ibe hri-h t"ueb**i   be -u'ii imu *  drn������n u.  ih    ind  "I  Hi*   l"iii.  ni,.i   ���������  ���������������i|������ win- the iiuturnl nil will !*��������� eveni>  ��������� Sallmv Complexion  Xtiir Mrs. flvmes.  Mv   eeinplenlon   unlll   lately   ha*   b������l������  v*ry ao������i,  hut in ih������_i*ii   iter u  d*a  tiernme  verv   Hllnw   snd   isrk.    f*������n   von  t*ll m* anvtiiin* to whiten.lit   Mv half  tt   v*r*r   thin   anil   nllv   snd   I   esn'i   tin  snvlhiriw   ������llh   il   unlets  I   wath   It   every  in i ii.ii Miur cinnp lemon you inu������i ua  very iiinlul of your diet,    Kul simple,  whnleminti. fomla, plenty nf freah frulla  and vi-ki'I.ilili������.   Drink eight gla������ae������ of  wuli'r |������*r dny belween meula.   Tnka a  bnih ibillv nnd get plenty of fresh air  nml  eaercisa.    tirlnk   neltbor  tea   nor  i'lttfee.  It ynu  will  use dally  tbe  buliin  for  which I am now giving the recipe, tt will  IV,|   be   ino <>��������� ":, ry   f. r ;,,i|  t.i   w:nh   Vour  beau nmn ibau niue every four week*,  f'ewdereii Mi-srlrfinjie nf ������vtt     '4 mine*  11*  .!.,��������� ne  r  ���������lull   ,le  Al.-'.|l"l  in.'lilril Hni.r     .  Ml>.  eo.l  is ui������  Olete  unlll  n  .nitii*  n  "iim'M  fl  minim  (olutloa   It  l  ii  V THE NEWS, craKEKU-UrT), BTUTISIT COLUMBIA.  New  vjOODS.  for spring use  NEW'' STOCK   OP   WALLPAPER  NOW COMPLHYH.  Lace   curtairus from $S to oOc. a pair.  MADRAS CURTAIN   vl'SMN-?,   TAPIWTRi' UURTAIN8 & TABLE  COVERS, KaXCV slJAORAS-VKOCKEKS k ARM UHAIKS.  A NKsV l.iXK OF IRON REUS AT UKilULAR PRICES.  Solo Ajjent for "Itea.me'i." Mattresses and L gg*A, Spring.   Try theai.  -A fni. linn of Ftfiiiture to s.-.leA. from.  The Right Price  Furniture Stove.  DUNSMUIR AVKNUE  Form No. il.  LAND ACT  ('oast Land District.  Distriot of Coa-t.  TAKK notice   that   Chug  Timlin, of Lund, B. (J., oooupation  merchant, intends to apply for permission  to purchase tic billowing  described land:   Commencing at ������  post planted ii. W. eornor of T. L  .-H079   thenee   East   40    chnins,  thence bouth  40   clifiin.-*.   thonce  West 40 chains, tbenee'   North 40  chnins to place of. beg-no ino* eon-  taining UiO acres inoiv **i*   less.  Chas. A. Timlin.  Fred. Timlin.   Agent.  Dated 3) arch 2nd 191U.  A.  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Refresh-  Beverage  Pcific aBetective Agency  90*9 Oovernrnent ������������t.,  -VI ���������=F0RI A^-Br-e  Uncierrakes all kinds of legitimate detective work, and commercial investigations, handled  for corporations or individuals.  Jiureau of .information, Business .strictly confidential.  A. McKiimon  CUMBERLAND  Form No. 9.  LAND ACT.  FORM OK NOTIOE.  Ooast Lund District,  Distiiet of New Westminster.  TAKE NOTICE  thut  Olof  Hoist,   of  Lund, B.C., occupation randier, in'euils  to apply for permission to pureiiise ihe  following de-willed Inula:���������Commencing  at a pos-ti'planted at ihe uortbeu>t junior  ��������� f lflnd applied fur hy Wa Timlin, thene*  north 80 chains, tliei co east   80  chnins,  tho-co south 80 chai is,  tlrii.ee vre*,t  80  chains to the place of beginning.  OL F 110LST.  KnWAHi) RiKiuii.UNi), Agont.  Dated March i.'2iid, 1910,  "Form No. 1).  JiAN'H -ACT.  FOIIM (IF NOTIOK.  (*Wt Land Difltr.ct..  Dis'riot of New Wo tminster.  Takk Notice th:������t IdaThuiin, of Lund,  B.C., occupation mnrr ed woman, i .tends  to n; ply for purmission  to piirciiano th  folloivinffdesc"ined  Iniida;���������Oonimeocin^  WT*pOTrpisnt������ii*ntrthB_eaBtrcorr]pr*pf~ll~  R. M., Utl, thi'iice south 80 chains, UiPiieo  eaflli 80 chains, theuca- riorch  HO chuius, i  thence we*-t SO cluii s tr> thi* place of lii>-  gnmmg.      IDA T1IUL1X.  1'lnwAUD Bkkui.und, Agent.  DatrdMuioha*_,..d1 1SU0.  The  Purest  and Best  Williams Day, Wis., May 19.���������.  Shattering all scientific calenlu-  lions and completely puzzling a-  stronomers, the flowing tail of  Hnlley's comet, appeared in tha  eastern sky today at a time when  the world's authorities agreed it  would be in the west.  Such astronomers as Prof, S. A.  Mitchell of Columbia University  New York; Prof, E. li. Forrest)  head ol the Yerkes Observatory  staff, and Prof. Edward Barnard of  the Uni versify of Chicago, all a-  gree that, the light they saw in the  east was the comet's tail.  No adequate explanation however is forthcoming.  George Kono  CONTRACTOR  ft l������*V*l������*a*. V������ A*-W������S*X *���������  FOUND���������6������ Thursday last, on  Roy's road, a silver open face watch  Apply at this office.  GO  Coast.  and made in  Cumberland.  All Kinds of Railroad and Sawmill Work  L-OKKing, Clearing Land, Ditching  Drain Work etc  Contracts Taken Anywhere in  ... Comox District ...  PHONE 21  P. O. BOX 134  *������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� eewAeemeeemmeee-memeemm  |A,FEW PERSONS WANTED]  To complete syndicate now forming for the purpose of       X  buying4,000 acres of  JJ. C. fruit land,  $50.00 cash        %  4>  required and large profits assured,  pectus and full particulars to the  Send for pros-  FOR SALE A thoroughbred  Jersey I ml I for sale. Apply to I.).  Hoy.'.  Memorial Services in The  Churches,  Last Friday was proclaimed a  public holiday*, and the people of  Cumberland united with all the  other parts of our Empire to pay  tribute to the blessed memory of  our late monarch, King Edward  VII.. The hour of the funeral cere  inonv    was  noted   by   the   toiling  %* *! *_  hell, ami biter in the. evening  a niash. iitenioi'i.-il service- was held  in the Methodist.church which was  largely attended. The church was  simply and artistically draped and  decorated. The Methodist choir  rendered a program of very appropriate music, including ''Vital  -isjwkv1-'���������Mm���������Willi.!nSj_al������o_saug_a,  olo, ])v. Oillespie was "chairman,  in his opening remarks, he spoke  of hU personal impressions ol' our  late king, during his   reign,   and  Kootenay Fruit Land Syndicate,  325  HOMRR STREET, ���������  VANCOUVER, B. O.   ���������  t ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ <*������������������������������������<������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Y    A 1 n A      Merchant  IX.  rilJLJrv     TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOU-MADECOSTITAIKS A. SPECIALTY  SUITS  OQADE TO   Of*DE$ fl^D  IN RNY> STYIiE VOU UilStf.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  -     ...- B. C.  mm..  *t  C U M B E R L A N D,  ������-Gapital-$5,000,000,-  ,Jlesera������L$S.,7L00,Q0D,  The Royal Bank of Canada.  CUMBERLAND   B   C  Sub-Branches at Courvenay and Union Bay.  !  ins  KORHALtt���������Yuirtuin Hutton is  prepared to supply blocks nnd cord-  wood. Order* left at the Stui*  Livery Stable and Kilpuirick's  ���������Stables, will receive prompt attention.  Michael Wnit'was foil nl guilty  at the Xiiuai;,io  Assizes,   nf   the  killing of Andrew HogU-rg, and  was seiiteiii'i'd tn ton years   iu   (he  )>. C, Peiiittntiury,  City Council  Rev, 11, S. Huntings nrrivod  home from Nelson by Thursday's  lion t.  Mr, and Mrs .loiiti Th'i'iison ar-  rivui] home from Vttni*o;ivoi* bv  Thursday's boat.  Form N i. 0.  LAND ACT.  FoilM OV NoTlCB,  Coa t, Laijd District..  District of New Westminster  Takk  Notick   that Mary   rimlm, of  Liu.it, B.C., i et'tipation married woman,  iutoticis to apply for ponninsimt  to piu*-  eh.uo  tho fml 'wicu demanded  lamls:��������� ; *  U. iiniienriiig at a jjo t plained lialf n.i i������ { The 'City Council met in regular  eimli.f tlio North liiun conin- of clnim ivji- I ses.dnn on Monday evening lasr,,  pliail fur by bin Timlin, thenoti Si.utli su j .,        ,   . .   ... ,,  i  ���������   .1   A. i,.   ,u,,���������i i    *i       v    i   there being present A i ermen Mediums tlieiic-.i l'.itat m cli .ins tlieneu Nort.li i to ������  80 oliniiiH tliei.oo VVost 80 omii ,n lo place  nf U'Kiiinin^.  f,.niUainongst other things he  said, two j ^  DRAFTS    ISSUED  IN   ANY CURRENCY.    PAYABLE   ALL  McKiii-itl,i"Stf which iiupi-ossud him   most jj OVER THE. WOULD,  noil, who will conduct the. business  in nn iio-to-diite manner.  I). Hunden   has sold  and candy business to .1  in his character,, was  thoughtful-1 ������  ness, his consideration for  others, j | SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS and  in-  another wus  that   rate   cift   with! 1 hire.n ut Current Rales nllowiid on   Deposits of $1.00 and upwards.  ft !   3 .   ���������"  ���������  AiAUY TI1UIJN. Applioui.t,  V, Iwiinl Rmi,'!uiiiii An'out,  Dated Maivli22.nl UMO.  Korm No, 11.  LAND ACT  Lcod, Stewnrt. Brown, llnrnal and  the iMayor.  The minutea of previous meet,  ing.s were read nnd adopted.  A ooinmiiiiiwifioii was   rt'cuiv'od  which he was so richly endowed, '|  namely, conuuon sense, which is A  by no menus so common as the'  name woultl imply. At the close |  of his remarks he culled on Um*. j  IL. W, L*.ifl':������re, of Holy Trimi'v!  cliiircli for an address, which was!  listened to with rapt attention, j  The speaker profac.ul his tuldro.ssi  by expressing the pleasure it. gnvel  him lo unite with Grace church j  in tho tih-ionco of  thoir  pastor,  to|  H. P. IVIOINTOOMERY,. Manager.  :illl|illllllilll!llllll!llllllll!lllllllllll!IUlllllll!llll!lllll)llllllllllllllllllM  P. Fhilupps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR,  NOTARY, PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Dundmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B. C.  Korrtt of Notico.  Comox Lund   Dist riot.  District of Cortes   Island,   ���������������������������_ j TAKI': nol ice that Helen   Hull,of  Mrs. Simuia doHiros pupils fori Huriot liny. B, C,, occupation  the pianoforte at her h-nte in the I Matron, intends lo apply for per-  Niiiii pr f 'uniliorlniul, fl .<' f mum I  tet'iiii. will be e,liiiix(i;d.  FOtt SALE -A (iv,. roomed  j nn*i* on h,i]f )nt, J'oi* fui'ilier par--  t iciihii*;- :ip;ily at thin ollie,'  1). I?. Iwr, h. I). S. m  'lii'in  Mn), Mny   *!<l!|.,    ;,  (���������  i) live.  M.i  "iih. ti  Ci'-ii'  j-;i..  i.on:,  I Ulie  'li  |i   ho nt  i> tth,  MHO   It tl  i    .'; :in  I miu   I).   Cameron,   Vancouver, I ,    , ,  ,     , .,   , ,,   ;do  honor to tlie memory ol.   our  stutmy; thai ho would   lie   uuable-j,,   ,, ,,        ,     . *   ,  ,   " ���������,    . Hutu lung,      lie stioke in eloquent  usviug to lil'ess ol business, to sutler-f ���������    . ' ,  . .     , ., ...     ...      ! tonus ol   the   many   virtues   ant  intond the sower construction il re-; ���������,   , ���������,.      .        ,  .    ,   i   . ..   ��������� , , ,    .        ! poiiceln  ehiiriiclei'o: his reign, the  quired, but that Ins win   who is nn  '     ,       ,,  , ,.,,.���������  ,          | ,    , ' punty ol the court which he nuuu-  ongiimer would act. ''       ,  AcoountN II. Crawford, 8UU>0;ifu1,,,"d; wc;mtuM..,n(������ o  ll,.it Mtnkj  Cun.l.orlai.dNcws.^.To;   ]<:iucJ ^'^> l,,y hi. tnt.ther. -Vtotorm the  , ,   i. i, oi,,',,.  ..    ,,,      .,���������, ..JGootl", seveniy years nf purity in  trie Ligiit,S-l..l.-irr, Dog Laos, y:j,22 ; ���������' '      J     ���������  i������  I-. ., i,   ,.,,    j.--..     ������i, court life which, undoubtedly   hint;  U, 11rant a*    (In,    Iji.i.i4\    Water, *      .    ,  jjumuaUhinn  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  mission to lease the following uo  scribed lunds: -On Cortes  Miinil.l^T.lB; Wm. I'.rown,  $S.|H>'   Kra i1''1'' it8 llls,i"^ i"M)l','SHiu" "|)0ntil,,  Ji, C. known as Salt   Lagomi,  'i'"',m,r vv, hislioii, *T ."(I ' ' ���������'nation.    The  staudim'  ,*"'1    '   do'-cribed  as  I'ollmvM.'���������Comiuon-  Alderuian MeLeod, cliairman ol  i raised mul iho pooplo  inn   neon j  would havo!  Ladies' nnd  Gentlemen'* Suits  Made   o  '>d<v  from San lo 835     All Work Hirst Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  ut the soiub- i . 1   1.       1 ,   ,    1   nothing lower, \ 9)  ,,    .      ,       ,_,. illio noanl ol works, reported    ci.'>     .        ,,       ,    ,,     .   .        11     '  stret    .0    'did   ��������� ,. '      , An itntlicui by thoohoir ntul hen  fiing ut a post  cant cornel' 01   jiimnot   1.01  m-   , ,,    .hence  so���������thea,tor!v    ���������l���������.,������   .be: " "'Wvr  ���������lln���������ttm   Av|,,,",,��������� fllchm l,r,i,Bhl lhc.H.rv.cn  10  a  ,      ,.      , .1        '.i    ,     "..   :'"ilon'post olllco, Ihe manor  wtthj .  shore In;,'ol tbo i-oulhoi'ly nr right ' , ,,       ',    , :(tone.  f1     , loll to llie lioiii'i  MiWimiiiimliH ������������������*!, * ill-im mm���������\,mm*mmmmmttmmmmtimm*-,m*, .���������.���������will���������m  d bunk of s.iid Lngonii   lo  1I1O  llll'ld    HIIlK Ol  t',.iOi   n.i^,.'..11    in    'in*,..,j,|.  mi lUieastorly shoro or head lliorc-  of, fhoneo !ioi*(ni!'islerly   along tl.t  of works lo   deal!     'I  1 *  T  ie  1 icw   ,-ewor   temli'i's  were  openeil and aro  at*  follows: Me  mnli m.'Wv slow ui* bond io   |)nmi|il| A, Ci(<  V;|)|���������n,Ui���������,   y.���������:  LOST ���������  .'M', Oil ,'S i'  '-, ;U| III (I  f.     tlh     'hit  j'll*'*-   Hod  <*'<   ')\  I,  t   H'.V  ��������� V!  \  Ult'tilP,   wit  .������������������'lilt liC'l    full   .tilling  'V...      J* I Vt*  0i>.i;lis Ii*  >'> tin'i-i       ,\pph 'i. b'l'iis  Hi'di* ti, I'riuv, M;n    It ','.  'lo1 northerly ������.j- lol'l hainl  li;in  jof said L'lgoun, lliii'iii'i* no, ihwesl  i erlv idling i.tid  niirihi.'i'ly   or  I  I     * * .  ' I hand bull!," to 11 point on ibe north !'p|m |n)|l]  icons or.  It i.s fi per eoiil; Hugh McDmi  10 if'titi'i'tial orders iiIho bold ,  )i)i*iiior;.il .-orviiios on Sunday. The;  Mnuiil Ho rob I,, (), L, utiendiiiiH  nioinorial sofiiioo in St.. (���������ioorovVi  I'rf.-'.iyti'i'i'iii I'luu'cli. ���������.t'hieli v.'ii.'  well iitloiido.1.    The    Ihinibi'rland'  [Th. Dairyman From the Magnet Cream Separator  ; MWWNMi.mil. #������*.*��������� m.m.\i..miu,n' ,,m.itm*.'.u.������*-. ,im.tmim-m**.mmt/mmtmtmmmmmtmMmmm .iiMimim  I nm 11 t'liinvtiuit. 1 iwii |,ri|ii<ity hi ovory I'rovlncp in t'muuia.  I Ihv.i Uiiaii In .siay. 1 .'���������'nl. nty .My iWr, ��������� 1 Am Bo id if 11 Hoi; .  I Am M'olo in llninltiri. liiitir'ni. I Do IVrfout Work mul Lint u  l.lVt.iiii.i, rt I'1 mi, t'!||,| ti \V. il, Hi'iiivo, HioiiliVKi'i Vnnt OHlcm will  hntig Mo I* Y.dli' |i./-'i* l''nr 11 l'*i������!l J>;im'������*li'.it|i������n.     Vi>lli*4   Tr.ily  ' Jald,  \ictoriii,  yj 1,7-1 iJ.ori;   T. K, 1 Lodge A, I'. A* A,   M..   idi.-ii.llngi  ,! "Siin-hiir,    Vai.eoiivor   y-jn, l>*ti,7.ri ' ineniori.'il M"*vioo in   Holy   Ti'iuilv'  *t>������4> w������u**M*������i������H������kM<ins������ #.������i������������ 1  MAGNET   CREAM    SEPARATOR  s v':r joiii.torly shore of Miid Lagoon   due] ���������(,XI nKM.|ing.  ie lenders Wero   Iind   uver    linul   ,,l  nurtli of point of ooniiiioiieeiiiont, j  ihi'iii'o duo south along an iuuioiu.  nrv lino to the point uf ooiiiiiieucii 1  niiuitit.ui!   containing   :������IU   acres:   ,.*...,  There boitui im further  be council tidjouriioil,  .iMireli,   M-Iticii   wim also well   at-  Minded, when thn Rov,  liro. 11,8.  iilsinessl |,,,tToVo 'oldvonuol thom on iho lute  ; king, und Inov thnt   lie.  gin 11*��������� 1 it  the prineiple.-  gniled  ,,,.,,. .,   , ,        ,nm- in im.im-.-    hi   Ibe   older,   lct������l'  \V 1IJ111111   Jlolmes was    found!' ,     ,,      . ��������� ,  , v  . /������..���������!.  1)   i-  .1 1 'ru in   ovw tie hnipirn   wiili groat  '���������Nol Guilty" ol   llm   miirdiM'  o|     .   , ,     ,. .',, ,. ,, ,..,  t)],] P ������!>**���������- ''*' " ������* ���������������'������������������ Ncw-| Mohm Hull. 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