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Array Af  4 V  i\!  CUM  NEWS.  ll  Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District-  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND, B, C,   WEDNESDAY, MAY, 29, 1907.  The Enterprise, Fourth Year.  *  Shoes/ Shoe?// Shoes///  Special Lines Showing at tlie  BIG STORE  This   Week  Ladies' and Children's White Canvas Oxfords.  Children's Barefoot Sandals.  Ladies' and Gents' Tennis Shoes  Misses and Children's Gibson Ties in Black,  Tans, and Reds.  The Miss Canada Shoe for Ladies Fine Footwear  Selling Agents for Slater and All America  Shoes  e*miimmL*m^La*^^  SIMON LE1SER & CO.,  ���������L I M I T E D���������  CUMBERLAND,   B. C.  IRONITE JLIQUID  HOUSB& FLOOR PAINTS  ft-  T. E. BATE,  'We Fully  Guarantee.  We keep a full liue of  ENAMELS,   VARNISH  STAINS and BAPLAC  which makes old furniture  : like new.  190T  WALL PAPER  Curtain poles and window  blinds to be   had at the  MAGNETCASH STORE  Dunsmuir Avenue,,    -.--.,  CUMBERLAND,B.C.  -  j, m m *> 1 ��������� " ~ "'  '*.  NOTICE  TENDERS are hereby oallod ior  tbepurohR������eof,LotH65,67, 08, 73  and 74, in thetownttito of Courtenay  Bi C. part of tbo estate of Alexander  J. Mellado deceased. The lowest  or any tender not necessarily accepted . Tenders fubjeot to the approval of tho Court.  "Brnno Mellndo"  Administrator oftbeostate of  A.J. Melladodeceaned.  Cumberland, B,0, Aprii;i7th 1007  Htl71y  Good Buys.  (HfllllHHIIMIII  ���������,,������������������!��������� MM * ���������������������������       I I   IMM <**-*��������������� MB  WAtiTED���������To Buy a Cottage on tbe  instalment plan    Owner leave terms at  tins office.  FOR SALE���������The fine lesidence of Mr.  T.. E. Uate, situated at the corner of  Windermere and First Street is for sale  at the low figure of $1400* For particulars Apply Cumberland News.  FOR SALE���������A first-rlrtssBTrbw Shop.  Giving tip on account of goniK into other  bu&iness. Must be sold immediately.  Apply Cumberland New*,  fT75 buys i* good lot it this oity.  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HEREBY CIT  EN that I intend to apply, at  the next sitting of the Licence  , Board, Oity of Cumberland, for  a wholtttrtic lkoucc for beer and  liqnors for my premises on Dunsmuir Avenue.  F. SCAVARDO.  POR SALE���������IO acres good land in Coniox Valley, auitublo for oliloken ranob.  Beautiful stream running throngh pro-  perty.  Apply at this oflloo.  FOB BALK--84 noren good farming land  inc/owox Tm11u>. II������������ Viotjoc, Iwn nnd  ortihntml Q^m (iiiiHirluu.ly lo twmro a  oorafortablp home at reasonable price.  FOR SALE-Lota on tho Dunsmuir  towmite.  Frleke, the photographer  is  in town until May 30th.  FOU 8 ATjE���������100 nores, 60 turns chopped  nnd about 10 nores oleared, High land,  and exoollent pasture land. Terms oan  be nrranged to sttit.  "1000 shares Richard in mining stock, 50 cents per share��������� |  apply at this office.  A Good Day's Sport.  On Victoria Day the Recreation Grounds presented a  rather lively sceue of holiday makers and it is safe to say  , no more enjoyable day has been spent by citizens for some  time. There was just enough vim to mako everything  interesting, in some of the contests a few of the players  were keyed up to concert pitch, hut the pressure in no  case marred the enjoyment of the day.  In the morning   the Gun  Club had   their   shoot, and  whether it was the beautiful clear atmosphere  or merely  good luck   it is  hard to say   which,   but nearly  all  the  . members shot well, and in some cases. excelled   all past  records.     R. W. established arecord for himself which it  is safe to say he cannot do again   T. B. was nervous and  "old Sol" hurt his eyes.    "Dick" was uot in it at all at  any|stag(e of the game.    The captain made a big hole  in  . the $25.    The following is the score���������  -' 20.known angles.     1���������E. C. Emde, 2���������E.   Parks, 3���������T,  Horne   and T, Piket (equal).  io    Birds,    unknown   angles. 1���������E.C   Emde, 3���������R.  .    Ward, 3���������T. Piket.  In this contest Ward was given 3 birds,  and tied with  Jayiies. Jaynes gave him a bird and they shot off   the tie.  , Ward made four straights, aud won.'  ,   . Lawn tennis was played on  Mr.  Clinton's  .fine court  and all events were eagerly contested and those who won  are considered competent to challenge all-comers.    There  were dumber of players from Courtenay and Union Bay.  Mauy^spectators took the opportunity  of witnessing the  game;" as the grounds were open to the public.      Owing  to the shades of night coming too  soon the  Gentlemen's  Doubles was.postponed until Saturday.    The Ladies? Singles was won by Mrs. Geo. Roe; Ladies' Doubles by  Mrs  ^���������Roe^JlO^iss^Haggart^ Mixed   Doubles   by Mrs.  Geo.  Roe and Mr. F. Dalby:and^eBleme^s'"Sifl^les-by���������Mr-*���������  Geo,\.&oe. ....,:.. : ,.. '���������    . ' ' ,  ? The-sportsv ou the recreation grounds,started at 1.30 by  a football match between the Rovers and the Scrubs, the  latter winning 3 to 2. It was a good game and sides  fairly evenly matched, everyone determined to win.  Then later came the baseball match between Little  River and a Cumberland team made up of the Harts and  thc Camp tennis, Thepitcher and catcher for the visitors didn't seem to waken up until about the seventh in  ning���������too late to win���������when they did some excellent  work.   The home'team won easily 18 to 8,    '  The match between town and camp schoolboys came  off iu the evening, the camps winning 18 to 8.  At 6,30 the firemen gave an exhibition wet test and es  tabli shed a good record.  TheGenerai Sports - began at 1.80 on Recreation Grounds  and the Events were hotly contested in almost every case.  Tlie following are the results;���������  Boy's Race, 50 yds, 10 yr limit 1st W. Thomson, 2nd H.  Stockand, 3rd Sidney Boyd.  Girls' Race, 50 yd, 10 yr limit 1st Nettie Robinson, 2nd.  ��������� Lottie Parks, Brd Margarite Mellado.  Boys'Race, 100 yds, 15 yr limit, 1st K. Stewart, 2nd W.  Ooe,Brd J. Mnrdook.  Girls' Race, ,75 yds, 15 yr limit, 1st Marian Walkor, 2nd  Vera Grieves, 3rd L.'Stockand.  Potato Race, lfl yr limit 1st J.  Scavardo, 2nd T. Bates,  3rd Tommy Monks,  \V, C. Employees' Race, 100 yds, 1st O. Hanison, 2nd  F. M0I11 tosh, Br.lL. Piket.  Mon's Race, J* milo, 1st A. McNeil, 2nd ���������. Martin, 3rd  L. PiW. nnd F, Mcintosh,equal.  Chi nose Unco, 100 yds, 1st Betsy, 2nd Kong, 3rd Chung,  Japanese Bicycle Race, 1st Latto, 2nd O. Batto.  Ladies throwing Baseball, 1st Joan Strnthors, 182ft, 2nd  Marian Webster, 3rd Kuphouiia IJayman.  Cracker Eating' Contest, 1st W. Lenian, 2nd Jno, Miller,  3rd 0. Seavardo. The girls ate crackers too and tbo bout was  Winnie Anthony, 2nd Jennio Robertson, 3rd Jean Miller.  Bur' Pillow Fight on Wn��������� Back, 10 yr limit 1st K,  Stewart, 2nd ���������, Stockand.  Leap Frog Race, 25 yds, 12 yr limit, 1st Murdock nnd  Lenian, 2nd Stockand Bros. 3rd McNiven nnd Grant;  Yuuug J.ndi(v������ Rnrp 1������t. Ellen Reece, 2nd Marian Wobstor  3rd Jean Uobison.  Italian Bowling Match, 1st Victor Farlone, Frank Bobba.  On Saturday evening the dwelling house belonging to  Nunns* Bros, Campdell River was burned to the ground.  The house was occupied by Mr, J Smith,  NOTICE.  156 acres, more or less,   at  Bamfield  Creek, Barclay Distriot.   Thi8 land carries thecal and  ia heavily  timbered.  Price $15.ooo.  Don't be misled but the terminus on  Vancouver IslamVou^the West Coast the  nearest point to the Orient of one or probably two or threo ot the great continental railways will be at Barclay Sound.  LAND REGISTRY ACT  To George Trites, regis' ered and  astessed owner of part and  Edward Price Roe, registered and  assessed owner of part, Of South  East i of the North 4 and the North  J of the North t* of Block E. of Lot  194, District of Comox, British Columbia, Map No. 442.  TAKE NOTICE that Application has been  made to register M ichael Perez as owner in fee simple of the above mentioned  laud-i uuder a Tax Sale Deed from the Assessor of the District nf Co-nox dated the  17th day of October, 1906, aud you nre  required to contest the claim of aaid Michael Perez within 30 days from the first publication hereof.-  DATED at the Land Registry Office, Viotoria, British Columbia, this 20 th day of  May. 1907.  S. Y WOOTfON.  Registrar General  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the  unduruoted hnve made applications  for  hou*l licences under the  provisions of  the Statutes ia '.has Mwlf.  Renewals.  S.C. Davis, Union Hotel, Union  ]'M. Piket, Spring Inn, Conioic Road  J iTJoKnstonTCc^ier^^ ���������  S.J, Cliffe, Lome Hotel, Comox  J.B Holmes, Port Augusta Hotel.Comox  G. McDonald Elk Hotel, Comox  E.W.Wylie, Burdwood Hotel, Read Isd.  Edf?ar    McKenzie,   Ruby   Hotel, Port  ' Kusam.  The Britsh Columbia Mills Timber and  Trading Co , Rock Bay Hotel, Rock  Hay.  Andrew G. Bowes, St. Regis    Hotel,  Thunder Bay.  New  LAceucc  William ;F. Ramsay, Palmer Hotel,. Sec.  12 Nelson District.  The Board of Licenoo Commissioners will  moot to oonsider the above application on  Saturday the 15th day of Juno 1907 ut thn  hour of 2 p.m., at tho Court House Cum*  berland,  JOHN THOMSON;  Chief Licfcrtoo Innpector,  Oomox Licence Distriot,  Dated at Cumberland this 2<jth May  1907.  Be sure to see Fricke today if  you want a photograph. Tomorrow is his last day.  MARRIAGE  On April 23 at St Michaels  Church, Highgate London N, s  Ernest Hocking Esq of Bodmin  Cornwall and St Albans Herts,  toGina Frances, youngest daughter of Capt H. A. Dillon of  Highgate London and Cumberland B,C,  BIRTH  To Mr. and Mrs. J. Lewis, a  girl on Saturday last.  ��������� We would strongly advise our  many subscribers to get clear on  our books as we are endeavoring  to have the Golden West Soap  man to make a visit to Cumberland and District. U vwuld bc  unfortunate if the soap man with  his big prizes, and the editor  called at your house aud found  you were not ������vb!w to f:I! both requirements. ^_^^  A meeting of the sports committee to be held on Thursday  night to settle up affairs. ������i������ratW'm^r"litWSSSiSS^~^  THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  CHRONIC CATARRH  NOSE AND THROAT  **At the Advice ot Friends I Tried  Pe-ru-na and the Results Have  Been     Highly     Satisfactory/'-rSo  Writes Mr. Pilon.  THE JOYS OF CUPDLETIME.  As the evening shadows gather.  Then .'tis cuddletime, 1 know,  Wheu my baby, dressed for Dreamland,  Comes a-romping to me so*,  Comes and begs of me to hold him  On my kness and "rock-a-bye,"  As the purpling sun sinks lower  In the gloaming western sky.  And he cuddles to me nearer.  As the firelight softly glows,  And across the dusky portals  Ghostly, flickering shadows throws;  And two dimpled arms about me  Are clasped tighter tot a kiss���������  Ah, was ever richer necklaca  Plaiced about one's neck than this?  Soon the drooping, drooping lashes  Cover up two eyes of brown,  And the tousled head so golden  On my breast sinks lower down.  Ah, the sweetness of the pleasure,  Making life one golden rhyme,  With a dimpled babe to fondle  When it comes to cuddletime!  ���������Answers.  MR.   RAOUL    PILON,    116   Rue  ���������Notre Dame,    Lachine,    P.Q., Can., j  'Writes:  "I write you a few words to  -express to you my satisfaction at being cured.    I  was afflicted with catarrh of the throat and nose and suf-  *fered much.    I was   greatly discouraged.   I had a bad breath and bad  -.taste in my mouth in the morning.  **I took treatment   for   some time  ���������without obtaining relief.   At the ad-  ������ice  of friends  I  tried  Peruna and  tfiie results  have  been  highly  saws-  factory.   At the end of four months I  ���������was completely cured." ,  'Neglected catarrh becomes chronic.  ^Having developed^ into the chronic  stage, a longer and more persistent  treatment will be required to cure ft  *han if; the disease were treated at  "4he onset.  ��������� -'However, Peruna wiil bring relief,  Kwheither the catarrh is acute or chrome. If you are wise you will keep  Peruna on hand and take a few  ������3oses at the first appearance of a  ���������cold or cough, and thus save your-j  *elf both suffering and expense. I  "Patients have the privilege of writ-  %ig to Dr. Hartman for free advice. |  J^bpok\pn^C^5onic Catarrh" will ha'  - eenlPTipoTr~f equestr  run out of water.  It Is well known, says Knowledge  that certain kinds of fishes are able t������  live out of -water much longer than  others, the power being dependent  upon the length of time that their gills  are capable of remaining damp. So  long as this condition lasts fish are able  to obtain the necessary amount of oxygen from the air through the medium  of the water spread over the fine membrane of the gills. Recently a German  has Invented an apparatus by means  of which the gills can be kept moist for  an Indefinite period. This apparatus  consists of a wooden box with a number of compartments corresponding  with the size of tlie fishes. On the floor  of each compartment is a layer half an  Inch deep of cloths saturated with water which by evaporation keeps the atmosphere moist. The gills of the fishes  nre thus kept damp, while oxygen is  .supplied from a receptacle outside tbe  box. Many kinds of fresh water flsb  have. It Is said, hoen kept alive for  from three to four days hy means ef  vMs ln^"'0'1* i������v������������ittB������  DOCTOR'S ANALYSIS  PROVED THIS CURE  Unmistakable Evidence That Kidney Disease  Is Cured by  Di?. CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS.  Capacity  " "Yes; I suppose I'm one of the most  Vpcominent men In college,"    remarked  > the callow sophomore.  '.'Indeed!      What   capacity?"   asked  ^the-'Mend of the family.  "TGlghteen beers, eleven cocktails,  "and s.x whiskey straights," replied the  young man, proudly.���������Puck.  DEAFNESS CANNOT BE OURED  ���������y  local  applications,    as  tbey   oannot  ceaoh tbe  diseased  portion  ot  the    ear.  4'bere is only one way to cure deafneaa,  --*  sand that  is   by  constitutional remedies.  '   'Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining oi the Kustach-  Imn Tube.    When this tube   is intlamed  rou hare a rumbling Bound or imported  '    bearing, and when it is entirely closed,  v   Deafness Is the result, and unless   the  '   Inflammation can be taken out and this  %- tube  restored to its normal    condition,  ^<b������arlng will  be destroyed forever; nine  vaasee out of ten are caused by Uatarrh,  ���������which ts nothing  but an  intlamed con-  tltton nf the mucous surfaces.  W* will five One Hundred Dollars for  Any oase of Deafness (caused by catarrh)  that cannot be oured by Hall's Uatarrh  Oure,   Hend for circulars, free.  K. J. UUKNKK & uu.. Toledo, u.  Mold by Drunrtsts, 76o.  Take Uall's Family Hilts for oonitipa*  Jloa.  TSven un optimist Is liable to backslide when he has a boll on the back  of his neck.  A   Wide   Sphere   ot   Usefulness.���������  The consumption of Dr. Thomas' Ec-  ���������lectric Oil   has   grown to great pro-  ���������portions.    Notwithstanding  the  fact  *hat it has now boon on iho market  for more than tliirty-ono years,  its  ���������prosperity in  ns  grwit ns  ever,  and  tho demand 'for it in that period has  ������*yory greatly incroiised,    It is beneficial in all ocuntrios, and whurevoi  introduced fronli    supplies   aro con-  etantly aHkod for.  Six'Thiol d������toctivi)M wero acquitted  of maiiHlauirhtor at Hull. They were  ncciisod of tiring on tha Buckingham  <otrik������T8.  wiiwu11���������Mim-^-t ���������...,uj.'.. ..' "i *,. j'Jtuji..i^q.i_aj!jjiiija  Wanted a Translation  T)o\vnrf*ht Woman���������Whore did you  *eome from?  vlnnalci tramp���������Madam, I cast lira tod  "my Itinerary irom thu clun*lc Almuu  *at America.  "I nuked yo whnrc did you come  ���������from?"  "I beat my way from Boutin."���������Hal-  ���������Mmore American.  A Prediction Fulfilled.  Professor Clements in London is  not, the only "prophet" who has attained remarkable results. A century  igo "Francis Moore, physician,"  nade the following impressive prophecy in his "local almanack" for  \pril 27, 1807-. "Near this time the  Turkish emperor dies, or, it may be,  hides his head; His people are tumultuous. If he can save his life let  'iim. I give him fair warning of it."  ,\nd in May the Sultan Selim was deposed by a mutiny of the janizaries,  who put him to death about a year  later when the opposition party .was  about to restore him. At the beginning of 1807 Russia, backed by England, was threatening the Turk, and  Constantinople was known to have internal troubles. But even so, "Dr."  Moore's shot was deemed a good one.  The "White Feather."  Aii official of the Smithsonian .institution was speaking of the origin  it some ..well known phrases and  pointed to a small mounted bird. This  bird was a French gray on the back,  drab breast, black wings and with a  small but conspicuous white spot at  the base of the tail. "That is a wheat-  8at^the-ofFicialUaid.JlItjs^!ix.coini_  tnou in Scotland, where it is known  as the 'clachaTan.' It is from this bird  lhat we get the expression 'Showing  the white feather.' You will notice  the location of the only white feathers  bn its body���������they can be seen only  when the bird is flying away from  I'OU."   There is nothing equal to Mother  Graves' Worm Exterminator for de-  stroying worms. No article, of its  kind has given such satisfaction.  The British government's extension  postal contract with the Canadian  Pacific provides fov a journey of 706  hours from Liverpool to Hong Kong  in summer.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria,  Big Elk Horn  Jumbo, the big bull elk of former  Congressman Alexander BiUmeyors  game preserve at Washington, Montour  county, shed his horns on Wedneiday.  They are the largest that havo ever  been secured at the Blllmeyer preserve,  one side measuring MtV-nine. Inches  and the other fifty-olght Inches, Measuring the entire length, including all  of the prongs, there Is twenty-nine  feet and nine inches of horn. They  weighed twenty-seven pounds. Mr.  Blllmeyer now has in his preserve  seventy-five dew and eighteen elk, besides largo quantities of smaller game.  Tills is accounted the largest game  preserve ln tho state.���������Philadelphia  Record,  A Sure Cure tor Headache.���������Bilious  headache to which women aro more  subject than men, beeomos so acute  in some subjects that they are completely prostrated, Tho stomach refuse* food, and thoro is a constant  und depressing effort to free the stomach from bilo which has become  undulv socroted there. Parmeloos  Vegetable I'ills are a speedy alterative, and in nutrnltainir the effects of  the intruding bile relieves the pressure on tho nerves which causo tho  headache.   Try them.  Thft art of living consist* In not being a dead one.  Minard's Llnlmsnt Curt*. Garget to  Cows.  An Embarrassed Queen  Princess do Montglyon, ot Paris,  who has come tn America to exhibit  hor beautiful and famous collies at  twf*i*ni UAnniM *hf������w������, said at a dinner  In Now York apropos oi un w������i������wui-  MMiiumt.--"Tltul txuthn.x mc of n  story thoy havo been temxxn lately  about Queen Alexandra of England.  The Guards' band was playing on the  torraca at Windsor Castle during  luncheon, and the queen was so plena-  cd witn a.livuiy uuucu Aio.. .������������������'���������-. ��������� :���������'.  a tnali) of honor to enquire whnt U was.  Tho villa of honor blushed deeply a*  ���������ho answered on hor return:���������'Como  Whore the Booze Is Cheaper,' your Majesty."��������� Kama* City 8tar.  THE LATE MR. C. B. RECORD,  FOUNDER OP THB RBCORO FOUNDRV.  Reproduced above, is a portrait of the late  Mr. C. B. Record, the founder and origin*!  head of the Record Foundry & Machine  Co., of Moncton, N.B., and Montreal,  P.Q. ,  Previous to Mr. Record going Into the  manufacture of stoves, those used in  Canada were almost wholly of American  TpTOfacturer���������The eharacter-of-the-work  turned out by the Record Foundry &  Machine Co., at once gave their stoves a  standing, and as a result a very large  business sopn grew up, largely, owing to  Mr. Record's untiring industry and perseverance against many obstacles.  Although Mr. Record retired from active  business as far back as 1879, the solid  basis on which he had established the industry, has resulted in its growthvfrom a  sturdy pioneer into one of the largest stove  manufacturing plants on the northern half  of the American continent. With two  large plants, one in Moncton and one in  Montreal, the Record Foundry & Machine  Co. are known from Halifax to Vancouver,  and their "Calorific" and "Admiral"  furnaces and "Penn Esther" ranges  recognised as toe standard of Canadian  excellence,      ���������,*-!***--. ^...'teaer*'  News for the Bartender  Physiologists are finding by numerous experiments that, while alcohol  has a certain food value, this is more  than counterbalanced by Its effect as a  poison. The researches on this subject go more and more to show that  there ls not an organ In the human  body that escapes this subtle poison,  or a function that is not Impaired by  Its use. The octogenarian who boasts  that ho has h.id his lally toddy has  reached his fulness of rdays, not because of his habits, but In spite of  them.���������New York Tribune.  Captain Wm. Smith, a veteran of  the Crimean war, living at Revel-  stoke, B.C., writes; "I can testify to  the benefit derived from Dr. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills. For years I was  a sufferer from kidney disease, and  could get no relief for it. The doctor examined me and analyzed my  urine and told me I had chronic disease of the kidneys. As his medicine  did me no good, I bought a box of  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills and  was benefited so much that I kept  on taking them until I can say that  I am perfectly cured. I told the  doctor I was cured, out he would not  believe me until he examined my  ivine again. After doing so he stated  that I had no trace; of kidney disease left. 'I have recommended Dr.  Phase's medicines to niany people."  . The urea, uric acid and other poi-  onous waste substances which are  eft in the blood after the process of  digestion has taken place are, eliminated from the system by the action  of the kidneys.  Failure of the kidneys to perform  this important work of filtration  means a poisoning of the whole system and consequently the most pain-,  ful of diseases, sucli as Bright's disease, lumbago, backache and rheumatism.  The causes of such ailments are  promptly removed by the use of Dr.  Chase's . Kidney-Liver Pills. This  great family medicine has a combined action, on the 'iver, kidneys  and bowels which is not possessed by  any similar preparation. The whole  system is quickly and thoroughly  cleansed and the vital organs invigorated by this treatment. One pill a  dose, 25 cents a box, at all dealers  or Edmanson. ������������������ Bates & Co., Toronto.  The portrait and signature of Dr. A.  W. Chase, the famous receipt book  author, are on every box.  Exceptional  Mrs. JiVylde-r-Mr. Winkley is quite  an unusual man. isn't he?  Mr. Wylde���������O. I don't know.  Mrs. Wylde���������O, but he is. Why, I  suv hitn leaving Mrs. Winkley at a  street corner the other day, and he  took off his hat and was just as polite  o her as if they hadn't been married.  ���������Somerville Journal.  A proposal to set aside 250,000  acres in New Ontario for the Salvation army Has been made to the Ontario government.  linard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  Hot Air  Sandy Pikes���������Lady, if yer can't give  me nothln' to eat, / please give me de  part of yer noospaper dat has de news  from congress.  Kind Lady���������But my poor ������man, why  should you wish to read the news from  Congress?  Sandy Pikes���������Because, Mum, I  contains so muclt hot air I ken keep  warm in de blizzard.���������Chicago News.  Keeps your body  warm,  yet   lets  your skin breathe  ���������knit, not  woven,��������� /  ' ���������it fits,   / XGuafanteed  MoesPEN- i    \Agains*  ANGLE /   .   \Shrinkage  ^Underwear./  ���������Hollowayis-Gorn-Gure������is~the.:niedu_J  cine to remove all kinds of corns and  warts, and only costs the small sum  of twenty five cents.  T*<il  -ao3-  "Rlches have wings." Don't believe ���������  if. if they had they'd fly our way oc- \  casionally, If only by accident. |  Trodi fforif  -TTrad-Mnarkedin red. In a",  /variety of styles, fabrics and  Fprices,  for women, men and^  children,     and  ALL WINTER WEATHER IS ALIKE TO THE  MAN  WHO BREAKFASTS ON  ouDtnncn  IIIII EAT  nnt AI  Sends rich, warm, red  blood coursing through  the whole system,  Makes a man ready for  any amount of work and  able to perform It.  Try a Breakfast of the Biscuit and a Luncheon of Trleciilt.  All Groceos��������� 13c a carton, or 2 for 25cA  j'''  Your Grandsons JHl;J4  Old .Men   Before   This  "Oshawa" Root Wears pyt.  u  Send for  FREE book���������  "Roofing  Rltht,"���������  worth your  reading.  Roof your buildings with "Oshawa" Galvanlied Steel Bhtoglei;  thS w5T ������SrSSwttlb������������ OOpDwof InjfOW. We will give  iw twrltUa guarantee, backed by $260,000, that such**  1 ��������� *vi  wot!  . yw a written guarantee, backed by 1280,000, flirt suchajroof.  properly put on, wfll need no repalrf indno painting for tt lout*  twenty-Are yearn ,  shawa^sw Shingles  Tfia  People  Getthef������et������  before #  ��������� thus?  of Ot&wai  Mute in ONI QUALITY ONLY,-of 28-duarfe.'  lanMiaiwaed 8TSXL double-galvanized  SW lock oa all TOUR rides-tk������ ONLY METAL  i&iuf 1������ that nood NO CLRATS.  Easy to put m\-a ham-  merudawpiJtiiuuis'ahMiBj^tookenoYtth. Cott  LESS tad Salt loogw than any otto wo! Taunt tha  ���������urfaoa area of any roof on your place and we will  t*ll ymi Mcaetly what it will coit to roof it right  83fKV flSfiSo* ������KSs������ ������ICto������ wttSSPa   ilft&BrkM  w. N. u. Ne.  if  fc   *���������������   lAOlWIHt J-KKCI COKPANT,  LIMITED. Ul W������Mw������������m������i 'St*****, rUmmm*. ** I***, mjlmmlmmi  PACE 4  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND. BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  r  *  GUARDING A SENSITIVE ORGA^  ALL but a  few people < prophesied  that the exaggerated tilt (which  was sc startling an innovatior  a year ago)  would   be   out   ot  fashion ln a little while, and that the  little hats would go with it.  The few who dared oppose that theory  have proved triumphant; little hats have  lasted all winter, and some of the most  stunning of those for spring are tinier  than ever, with the tilt more pronounced, and the bandeau, which makes  it possible, elevated into a position of  great importance.  It is not only upon the small hats,  however, that bandeaus are important.  Those new big hats���������regular .picture  types���������which are next in favor to little  hats, have just as great a need of it,  cither for the back or for the newest  of all tilts, that at the left side, which  Ja so- fascinating and, unlike ^the gr*U_  forth tffthe HllTTr<nff*Th"e"baEk, universally becoming. -  French sailors have made quite a stir  in the millinery world this spring.; and  what the calyx of a rose is to the flower  itself the bandeau is to that sailor.  Narrow-brimmed, rather high crowned,  very much tilted affairs they are, most  of the trimming heaped directly upon  the bandeau at the beck.  MITCH BIBBON USED  The treatment most often followed ������  that of ribbon, twisted and turned,  knotted and lopped in a thousand ways,  from the simplest of all, a broad, effective bow, irresistibly reminiscent of  a sash, with loops smartly pulled out  to the sides and ends dangling, to curious treatments of velvet ribbon, laid in  long loops, perhaps with a band of  the ribbon drawn across, knotting, in a  way, all the bows at once.  ������������������; The use of velvet ribbon, however, Is  vary much the exception���������the rule being  the softest, most chlffony of silk ribbons, loulsine and messallne leading at  a great pace.  Among French sailors has come out  the quaintest, most utterly English little hat imaginable, of simple blaok  straw, trimmed with a few small roses  around the criwn, with a bandeau, upon  which roses are massed so that tney  seem to droop against the halt* of their  own accord,  Upon some very elaborate hatg almost  all the trimming Is massed directly at  the back, under the brim, upon that bandeau, Perhaps four or rive plumes���������those  new willowy plumes or the more usual  kind-stand out, each at a different  angle, yet merging, somehow, Into a gen-  oral effect of soft, feathery fluff. As  probably, an aigrette flings its delicate,  airy beauty out from the baok at any  one of several popular angles-following  the lino of that all-Important tilt, drooping (as only a Paradise, plume con  droop), or, perhaps, striking daringly  out, upon now-though beautiful-lines.  Perhaps moss rosos, which sprang into  popularity at n single bound, with bits  of green foliage tucked into the closely  bunched Muster, are lined; or perhapii  tnnllne Is looped on; or, as in the case of  a stunning mourning hot, net of a heavy  amesh is pleated and spread out like a  But in eaoh and every one of them  ths bandeau is Important.  Bandeaus come wired and ready to  t in place.''gome of thero oven have  EARACHE, one of the painful ills  to which flesh is heir, is also one  of the most dangerous to neglect  and difficult to cure.  It may come from a variety of causes  ���������cold being the chief. But whatever  . the cause, professional advice should always be sought as soon as possible. The  ear is something with which It never  pays "to fool." Quack remedies and  lotions may be tried on other and less  sensitive parts of the body, without the  long suffering organs rebelling unduly,  but the ear is very apt to be harmed  irreparably by untrained doctoring.  Of course, in the case of a child's  sudden agony, which must be relieved  before the doctor comes, one may resort  to some simple cure.,     '     ���������*      *  The old-fashioned method of smoking  into the painful ear often proves efficacious. Cotton should be Inserted as soon  as the smoking is finished.  A drop or two of warm oil also proves  soothing, or laying the Utile head on  a piping hot bag of dried hops or on a  hot-water bottle.  Putting a yarrow strip of porous plaster or some of the medicated pastes or  clays close behind,the ear often relieves  intense pain.  The main thing is to get at the seat  of the trouble, and that only a skilled  aurlst can do. ^The deprivations of a  life without hearing are too serious to  make its possibility^ thing to be ligluly  regarded.  Nev������r dig at the ear with any instrument, no matter how blunt. Aiso be  careful how a syringe is used on it without fuji knowledge of its effect.  The getting ot too much water into  the ear sometimes has serious results.  1 uis should be carefully guarued  against, ln ocean bathing especially.  Even the ordinary daily washings may  be overdone. One young woman who  was troubled with a constant roaring  and feared permanent deafness consulted her aurist. To her intense disgust,  after removing an accumulation of wax,  he told her that she was too clean; that  she washed her ears too far in and the  water had caused this formation. Being a somewhat unconvinceable young  person she persists in her vigorous ablutions: with- frequent visits to her aurist  entailed.  Certain ears by a peculiarity of formation are specially susceptible to the effect of water. When this is recognized  great pains should be taken to guard  against it.  It is not enough to cure earache; we  ���������must learn, if possible, to prevent it.  Often it is caused by neglected colds In  the throat or nose. So sensitive is the  eustachian tube that the slightest inflammation in either is found to affect  the ear.  A very prolific, but often unsuspected.  source of earache is the habit of some  ,    women  of  washing  the   hair   laie   at  \     night and going to  bed with it damp.  This is apt to cause trouble at once, lf  one's ears are at all sensitive.  It also e-Tten follows sitting in a  strong draught, and allowing the cold,  air V blow squarely on the ear. * lf one  2t"d^e<������ with  &j}.%'W.**my>pmm<i Wire  i������S.t-ilr^uwrflP?,n? ������������ malne, which  converts themfcto Toss formldatflo-look-  ing affairs, already put on. Many of  them are of straw, but wire shapes  covered with net or mnllno, even stiff  WVJ^".' npdthoiMJ mado of doll-  oate horsehair, bra ds, or strong things  foverod wth gftk, are'nil uied, deH"  wftoWfi\yXn the J!?rt ������' trimming  which will be put.on them.  .11%?.. "SUi P0^'" "hape Is the one  shown, which. If you cut it yourself  JSV,,JLh������aSrt������w,t������ ���������M-Wapped wire  caught to the straw by long, over-or"**  Ing stitches. Then wrap It with Vnallne,  THE CARE OF THE HAIR AND COMPLEXION  will whiten the arm*7, A cure alio for  blaokheaaaT. I have tried "uroe ot your  advice far blackheade, but they don't aeem  to help. C, h,  , The only permanent bleach that I  know of Is peroxide of hydrogen.  However. If. the arms are red, this  will not help. In the latter case the  trouble may bo due to poor digestion  or Imperfect circulation, 1 nm afraid  thi* Is the cause of tbo blackhoads,  Try a careful dlot of wholesome, simple rood, with plenty of fresh air and  exercise, A good xvbltener. which I*  uuiio HuttitoiitttJie, ia crettit cucumbers.  Itnh the voprtnrilp ovv the eb\n  every day. Uuttermllk baths make  another simple and harmless whtlenor.  Excessive Perspiration  I am troubled with ixeaialv* pereplra-  t'on under mv nrm������ tt \n ernwirifr wi.r������c  n)) tne Um*, until now men* ahieltf* tall  to protect Ih* dreaa. Tba butane* of mr  boifv during tbe attmmer la perfectly drv,  aa I oart account for so .much In one  plaoe,. H'e very annoying, beilde ruining  mr elotbaa.,  Will you plea** ull mt tha *xact kind  nf numlce, atona tn rat for tnpartluona  hair, and how to ua* it* j h*.*e bought  different Hinds, but ther fall to do the  wnrk f nave ttamtl memral lapDatnrtet,  but they mam to roughen and burn tha  akin, an as to make tha hands look aa  ft on* baa been dolnr tb������ ron^h woilc  around tha bout*. ARTLANTIAN.  Frequently excessive perspiration le  due to a disordered condition of the  nervous system, In which case spaciflo  treatment Is neetseery. Ter tha per*  ���������nftatlon under yoor arms try washing  fright and morning with bet water, It  which there should ba a few drops of  ammonia, using common brown kitchen  aonp, 1 have known of oases where this  treatment proved, most successful.  Pumice Treatment  (let sn ordinary S-cent cake of pumlca  atona, Thii li not numlce loap, but thu  regular old-fiuhloned pumice atone, Tn  remove tho hnlr rtih tho akin amiotod  with tha suparfluoue growth, and tha  pumlco atona will wear tho hair ofT. tie  careful not to ba too heroic and Irrltntg  th* akin,   in earn tho arm* are rnada red  V>   '.'.ii* iii.miiiii.iii, wJK- m ������#..*������ i.Am liiimtit.  Tn romovlnrr **ipr>rfltioiiw hrttr* It la  best always to try the almpie remedies  flrst.  Treat for Blackheads First  , 1  hay*  been a  reader of yoor  H������**uiy  1 ml ���������'"& >r*\ mm������* vt  although   T hava  seen      ���������**m������d to.ault my cm*, f thought  itlcle*  that  I WO'  i������#** .Wi  '"H ***\ -*****  and although  f ha  aeemad to suit my ci  Ilk* to nakyou one or two question*  % WwS5'���������-'  the laat  ���������  be-  treatment.  onca oulte good, but within  r or oo,, I. hava been troubled  with blackheads and 'large por**,    I hava  Iptjont ������������������ *���������*  ---   l  seen *^������ript]ona~fbr both. KTrAouw'ona  "     uthti     '  ne, Mc,    ... Jim i  doee mora MacM  tM *Wltyjr'rt������'ortha7om*VWrbra^treat-  leg for tha latter*   f hat** afntive fctijrht  >f������ami, Mo,   feerlng that they  to gll up ibeootm* and pro-  laek-headt.   If fuee lotion for  ing for tha latter*  *t)y of face ma  would    ���������nle,rf*w   W������������*. toft.  mr tba Nackhoadi J*    ^^  In one iitlele. on blackheads  '"'    "  el er**  will  It  cloae  them  ^veral vtw**H*4*mtm**m%%e  witeh hater   ---  aad roMwa'  m  Area anta  tnm*4*mnxrmmaetm gfM������i aoaa and  I. on* of nmmpaj. atia,nBeohol  , .m^.*.di*r. aad one oi ether aad eoap  D ma amra m tmnatnt seas hale the  blockhead! any, or la that for pimple*  only?  Oho more oueetlon, flcaee, If pumlca  atone la u������cd to wear off hair on orma,  will tht- hair ������i������w In. Uiluktr, ah It tteen  after aome trentm'ntaT If It came In juet  the nettta It wouMn't be nn hto*, rut I  wnur'n't like to have It get tc tie n henvy  srowth. EU������N5 T.  I Hhould may yea, treat for tlic blaek-  hi'ttds"before you consider tlm cnlarg-  t*d pores, for almost alwnya tho btncli*  hcu-l formula Is astringent. Should  you need to use something for tlu* n  aro porfoctly ciirod flrat.  Funis vrtnauia, if purti iaa thorn* pn*.  pored from your own formuJu), ������r������  qulto harmless, with no .tendency to  fill the pun** If the akin is ktpt (hor.  ouglily clean.  Tho simplest prescription of tho  three vou mrnffriTi In thnt nf horp.r-t'.  sold, alcohol and rosawater. Mnat cor-  tnlnly, use but ono at a time; and I  should begin with this one.  Yc������. the cure for conliurnt scne Is  s help In ctiue ot blackhenda, The tiae  of jiumlco atone will In no way promote the growth or hair.  Names Not Given  Mrs.  H. ��������� Addresses of specialists  aro nevor fflvon  In tbeae column*.   I  regret that I cannot help you In thla  ilsry���������Tour query could not he consistently answered In these columra,  It bitonts to another department.  lubscrfher-r must give to yoti tfct  ���������ami answer as to "Mary." __  must sit in a draught���������sometimes it  unavoidable, and one should never paaw-  per oneself to the point of susceptibility  ���������try. if possible, to face.it, or, at least  let it be taken obliquely, so that neither  the ear nor the back of the neck ���������suffers���������the latter being extremely suscej>-  tible.-  The chief thing, however, after ther*  damage is dope, is to see that it is repaired as speedily as possible; deafness*  partial or complete, is not pleasant t������  contemplate.  Wedding Books  WEDDING books are by nm.  means a new idea, but bought,  ones are expensive and lacking in individuality. The woman who*  is clever with Imv fingers and brains  can make one for the friend wh������ layabout to become a bride, which i������������  bound to be a great source of lntev*ste.. '  and pleasure.  If she is good at making pen-jtmxf���������  Ink sketcheB.she wants nothing better-  for   her   purpose   than   water.^color  paper���������the block sheets for her'pagca,  and the more elaborate single sheet*  for her cover.  Each page l<$ supposed to be sot  apart for some special record of ������-  happening on that wedding day, an(*>  should have its appropriate inscription in old English lettering, and aft.  accompanying sketch at the top. 4>  There must be a space for a hit oS.  the bride's gown, a leaf for the spray  from the bouquet she wants to keepv,  pages for newspaper clippings chronicling the great event; pages for the*-  incident that some member of thybridal party feels should hot be forgotten. Guests may write their names,,  and their special wishes for the happiness of the newly wedded pair, an tithe passing of the years adds greater  interest to the history herein recot:dec\  Baggy Knees andElbo.v&  THE condition of the knees and el- ..  bows of many men's garments Incline one  to the***-echoing of  the>  song of rejoicing by  the little street  v~cur: .*' '��������� -��������������������������� *        i:  "I am ugly and yellow and full of fleas,  But my pants, thank heaven! don't uug.  at the knees."  Baggy knees and elbows are certalnly  not attractive, and tailor's bills are are-  item, but they can be got into shape at-  home with a little trouble and no expense.  Lay a damp cloth on the baggy piace..  fold the garment and lay It away for em  couple of hours. Then unfold it. placo*  it upon an Ironing board, pull the baRgy  place gently in every directions smooth  it with the palm of the hand, then cover  with a clean cloth and press flat. Tho������  cloth placed between the garment and!  the iron is to prevent the shiny appearance, which /'��������� almost as bad as tho  bagging.  i������������**Ai^*n**,i'VV>**^*\^V\i*'Ni������,%  '  A   SECOND   HELP  MOST boys and girls love dogs, but  I don't believe many would like  them aa do the Chinese, as a  delicacy for the table. Of course, you  have often read how both dogs, horses,  and even rats, have been eaten in times  of war during the sieges; but some of  the Chinese think dog flesh a great delicacy, and fatten them for the table  just as we do turkeys.  A very amusing story Is told of an  English naval officer who, "soo/i after  the opening by treaty of certain Chinese ports to forelgners.was dining with  a great mandarin.  On the table was a dish which the  Englishman so enjoyed that he wanted  a second help. Unfortunately, he could  speak no  Chinese, while hia host did  not know a word ot English.  Thinking he was eating a ragout o������  duck, the officer held out his plate, saying at the same time, "Quack, quacks  quack!"  The   mandarin   smilingly   shook   hie  head,   crying,   as  he    heaped    up  hiKJ  guest's plate with the food, "Bow, wow_ ���������  wow!"  As It would have-been-considered very-  rude not to eat the food for which he-  had asked, the Englishman had to swallow the dog stew, though it -ilnv rt  made him 111 after he knew whv,< **  was eating. ,      .  As long as the officer lived one- m "..on  standing jokes of his friends, \;b*u ��������� tn  asked to be served a second time, ������*u  to bark, "Bow, wow, wow!','  fc^'WS/W^ie^'V^AnHiieiw '*^<W^^*WWV'<*������V^>^l^^^^^������^rf*^MW^VW^WlWWWlWw at****** mm , m   *������^������^ **������������������*>��������� *������ mr w-y ****** *******  BEAUTY HINTS BY MRS! SYMES  Obstinate Freckles  I am much interested In your page on  beauty, and come to you again for advice.  Please tell me what ta good to remove  freckles���������something to peel the top ekln off,  ai I hava trlod a number of remedied, but  find no relief. I also want aomething to  prevent them In summer time, aa the sun  seeraa to cause them to come quickly.  F. c,  A freckle remedy that will remove  the outer skin seems to me most Inadvisable. I am giving you a formula  which has been successful In fading the  freckles even in very stubborn cases.  There ls no permanent relief from this  affliction, and the only thing Is to avoid  unguarded exposure to the sun und  Wind, Applying a face cream and powder  before exposure is a great protection,  Obstinate Freckles.  Oxide of alno, >k dram: aublodlda of bla-  muth, U dram; dextrin, 1-J4 drama; glycerine,  1% drama.  and secure the wrapping wltb a few  stltohes, Then sew it to the hat, and  you are ready to begin trimming It.  whatever trimming the rest of the hat  l������ (0 have way be put on botorv the  banaeau Is applied, rather more successfully, too.  If you Intend to trim with mallne,  crunh It to, get that flrst stiffness out  of It; thon loop it in countless soft little loops all over the bnndenu, Pleating  la harder to ndiust, for It must bo jusl  ao, or It |s a failure, Those ribbon sash-  bows are probably easiest of all to put  on.  . spread the paate upon the freckle* at night  before going to bed. In the morning remove what remain* with a little powdered  boras aad awcet oil.  To Make the Bust Firm  Will you kindly tell me of aomethlnir that ,  will harden tho butt? Ever alnce my baby  wo* born (I nurm-d him myaelf) my l>u������t  haa boon aoft and flabby. My face aeeme  to be chapped.all tho time, It la ao rough  all ths time, both In winter and aummer,  that I dare not put any powder on my face  at all, I have uaud tho nu* vomit* preacrlp-  tlon, and find It very beneficial. I.hopejjm  rot aaklns too muoh, HEU5NE.  Massage with a good skin food will  All up tho tissue nnd make your bust  llrmer. You should also makn frequent  applications of cold wator, rubbing  briskly afterward with a coarse towel,  You should apply a good cream to your  rkln and hands, I am giving you formula for thc honey and almond croiim,  which I a .i sure will prove beneficial,  Honey and Almond Cream.  Honey, I ounce; whlto aoap In pawdar, V.  ounce; oil af a went almnnde, 13 ounce*; oil  ef hitter almcnda.W dram; oil of borgarrot.  H drami oil of clnvca, 7 dropej hnlaam of  peru, V, dram: llnuld pnta*M, V, diam.  Mix tho oil* WHb tho Ualmm, then mix  the honey wllh the *oap In a mortar, and  enough nf the pntanaa to mnkt* a nice cream,  Add thla to th* Ant mixture end contitiut U  btal until you have a thoroughly -Incur-  pornted emollient.  ,       lilunde Turning Gray,  I am a golden blende, hut my hair la  growing quite gray at the *lri**. Won t  you kindly ad viae something that will hide  the gray halraT 1* M, il.  J advlao you not \o worry o*jout the  ..��������� ,���������    V .,!������..       I'I      ,.    .. , 11 . .  blo when the hair Is blonde than when  it la dark. The only way to hide them  la to use a dy������, and It requires an expert successfully to dye blonde hair.  Found Oil Beneficial,  itnya found the all of iiweat almond* vary  Seneflclal   tnr my nyettmm*.     fhty   h������v������  grown flMly lino* I wmmMQM  its MM.  As the sweet almond oil haa proved  ftSQRssSMS  lished elsewhere on tbls page today.  Peroxide is an excellent face bleach.  Shampoo for White Hair.  Will you kindly tell me of a good shampoo for white hair? I have had u tiwltclit  made from my own combings tlut ha* a.  yellow tinge, What will wnlttn U'l My-  hair la ailvery white, and I with to keep-  It ao. H. A. F.  Use the following shampoo and put ar.  little bluing In the rinsing water.:  Simplest of Shampoos.  DIm-oIvo half a cake of white floatlngr  aoap in a quart of boiling water,  Let it almmor hair an hour over a alow  fire. Dleiolve a tableepoonful or waehins  eada In a quart of boiling water. And li  to the soap mixture, Stir together un.S,  let cool,  Popular Recipe Repeated"  Would you kindly print the recipe tor cucumber cream, and tell If It will make tha> -  ekln fair and whiter Have u������ed soma of  your recipes and found them lovely,  . M. Y, P..  Cucumber Cream. '  Kxnrewed juice of cucumber*, H plntv  deodorlied alcohol, V* ounce*; eweet almond oil, 3U ounce*,' ihavlng cream, 1 dram;  blanched almonda, 1^4 drama. Thla la n,  auave lotion very whltenlnir, eoftenliig und  cleaniilng. Take the ehavlng orcniu and  dlaiolve In rotewater by heating In n cua-  tard kettle. Beat the almond* l������ n moitar.  and by degree* work in the aoap ami water,  Htrah throuth muelln and return to thai  mortar, Stir coneiantly, working in grail-  ually.tha alcohol In which the dIIh Tiave-.  already been dUeolvtd.  One Side Vndevdoput  Do you think Die Vaucaire roinoJr  would help me?. I um ta much smaller on  the right aide that I hava to almya pad.  Whnt treatment would you autfgert for  m*T  Will you, kindly aend tha formula for the*  remedy; alio for tha orange������flower oraamf;  Take tho Vaucaire remedy ond maw-  sago the right sldo of your bust dill-  pgntly with a good akin food  Dr. Vaucsire's Remedy for tbe Bust.  Liquid extract* of galraa (goat*rue). to  grame; lacto phuophnte of lime, it) drama;,  tincture ot fennel, to gralnai simple syrup..  ���������loo gmm*  . Th* dine m two aoupaiMontul-i with water-*  before each meal,          Of oslt extract during meale,  Orauga-i'i'^wer Cisanw  (A gkin ytood,)  Oil of awaet almonda, 4 ounce*;   whlf*������  fax, I dram*, gpennac-etf, tf drama. Uxax.  1 drama;. giywrln*.   Hi ounce*;   orange-  flower waut, t oeneeif ell ef naroB, **  i  wax,  dt  n  P  .    at   ..   ...  eontlnuoualy.  drtunt  li  ''*  t tha orange-flower water a  he borax m tha mixture, then  rly into the blended rat*.  rropjji oil, of petit" grsia. 'ia ^rppa'TTUalt  ',   t  Mil  .J petit  r***ftt%      j**-*m**e\^tf.,^lf,        ^^  lne to th* orange-flower' water  aot������������ th  I   a|owl  1������  in die-  it poor  tiUtlmr.  Wants White Hands-  PlesM iitMrt   la   nast week* "beatHF*  feWK w 'm miaWtir  Hub the fftfiowtng creum well into thft  hand* at night. To Improve the appasr*  aneo of your nalts. stop Wtlng them; an*  give them dally tern.  To Whiten tbe Handa.  ^miTmmr wh*. stwitto T-TST.TT>b"T 'n-yrnrrrTfrf^nD 'sav^cn: wkz  THE 0 U M B ERLA N1)   N H) W S-  lasued Every Wednesday.  J.  A. Bates,  Editor and  Proprietor.  BftlOU  The columns of Thk Nkws axe open to all  ���������ho wiah to exprosa theroiu views o matters of public interest.  While we do not hold ourselves re ��������� * *>usi.  Its for tha attsraoces of eorrespfluiieaco, we  rtaerve the rigfit, of decluiug to insert  ���������cimmunioatioos unnecessarily personal.  *****���������*���������     I       II    II ���������*���������������������������     ������������������������������������!     I.l.l|.,l     ...,.���������������������������    ..      .      m I       P..-I.. I  WEDNESDAY,    MAY. 29, 1907,  The following passage from the  speech of Sir Wilfred Laurier at  the Colonial Conference is worthy  of repetition*:���������  (In 1902 a strong pressure was  put upon the  British  Goverment"  to suspeud the Constitution of-the  Cape Colony.    The British  Government would not listen  to   any  ench (thought; they did more��������� the  British Government did  not hesitate, four years after the war,   to  give   the full   citizenship of the  British Empire to tlie Colony of  the Transvaal.     I tell you  this���������  when I think upon Shatters of this  kind, I, coining from French Canada, can express an opinion. There  was only one nation in the  world  who   conld  have   died   to    do  what Britain has done,  and   that"  .   nation is England.     Now,     the  wisdom of this policy has been fully vindicated.    It  had been   vindicated many years   before,   when  the British  Government did  not  hesitate   to   give   to    Canada-to  French   Canada-tbe same power,  the same   privileges  which   have  ���������been-gi ven ~in-South-A-f ri ca-j���������an dy  if anything could justify the wisdom of such a policy, it was the  words that I was proud to   hear  yesterday from    my friend    Dr.  Jameson���������words which filled  my  heart���������to the effect that possibly  at the next Conference  we .may  have another Confederation within  , the British Empire, composed   of  the Cape, of Natal; of the Orange  Colony, of the Transvaal, of Rhodesia, and of other domains yet   to  be added as time goes on. This i6  1   truly   Imperial   policy,   and,   so  long as the British Empire is main  tained upon these lines, I  venture  to assert that it rests upon foundations firmer than the rock and as  endurable as the uges.'  What Sir Wilfred Laurie1'  meant both by his abstract propo-  itions and by his concrete example  is quite clear. We need have no  fear for the British Empire as  long as the spirit which prevades  and animates it is tho spirit which  is alive to-day,���������the spirit of freedom and the desire for  unity.  SAMUEL    C      tDArSTIS,      "PiiOE'SiBT.  English 4 x BUIITON always on tap alao, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEE&S��������� Anhc:������jer. ������Mmmia.-i, Schiitz, &c. "OLD GREY BEARD "  SCOTCH WHISKY. Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  The Boarding and Lodging Departmcut, under thfi ltnvuedia'.e superintendence of Mrs  Davis, will be found First class in every reapeoV;  RATES,  $1 oo per day upwards.  Kspiiait & Nanaimo Ry  The Right Price  FURNITURE  STORE  As tbt* result of a recant j adicious purchase a now lot of furniture  arrived this week.   We sell at prices to suit nilpockets.  REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,  _ J. IL COLLIMS, Cnmiierand.  jpa oajaBssBaaaj  mom*  s. s. ''Oity of Nanaimo.  Sail* from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling at   North Saanich  Cowichan Hay    Maple  Bay, Crofton,  Kuper and Thetis Islands when freight  ot passengers offer.  Leaves *N.tna.mo Tuesday, 5 p.m., for  Union Uay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, S a.mM for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 ta.m., tor  Coniox and way ports.  Leaves Comox Friday, 7 a.ra., for Nanaimo and way ports.  Sails from Nanaimo Friday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria, cnilin*,' at Kuper and Thetis  Islands, Crofton, Maple Bay, Cowich-  an Bay and North;-Saanich when  freight and  passengers offer  North Saanich when tide and weather  conditions permit.  VANCOUVER - NANAIMO - LADYSMITH   ROUTE  News  s. s.  1 JOAN.  |A New Bating  'Rosette Wafers  I������ you can imagine a zephyr mixed with  dew and a li*tle powdered sugar, and fried  on a sunbeam���������you may get some idea of  how a Rosette "Wafer looks and tastes, ,,-n i_ ���������i   '    ''f 4.     1  ������������������       s ���������  %r     , ,    , 1   r>    ..     ���������   will be pleased to deliver/ i  You   can   make  forty Rosettes , in * ������u ������v>n      /-->. x->./-%   j  twenty minutes at a cost of  ten  centi. set to any address for. . vJUL������'  We'll sell you a full  set of Rosette  Irons,  ������TjT\  neatly boxed, for........   Dvf ~ .     .  ���������   .     _'��������� Sole Agents, Johnston Street  Illustrated Rosette Recipe Book ���������,������������������,,���������...     ,.   ���������  -             FREE on request VICIOULA,  h. G.  '.cGrregor  ^i^/epsi  t  THE FINEST HITNTLN& AND FISH ING* GROUNDS  ON THE lSLAND.====i  Livery Stable, Telegraph Office and Barber Shop Convenient  to  Hotel.  Everything up to Date. ������������������  DAVIS & FECHNER, proprietor*.  Sails I om   Vancouver  for   Nanaimo  daily, except Sundays, at 1.30 p.m.  Sails from   Nanaimo   for   Van ouver  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  Monday, October let, 1906  NORTH BOUND���������Read Down  Passenger Trains  Daily  Stations. No. 1  ������m m m m m m m m..m^*^mm  ��������� wirnriir- .mtmmmnrmammtttmtHim  gKSSSesSSXSKS^^  EXTRA MUNICIPAL TRADE  LICENCES ACT 1007.  | Have been making shoes for over forty years  f, and to-day operate seven large modern fac*  \ tories in the New England States to supply  | the enormous demand,   Their  i ALL AMERICA  SHOES  i for MEN and WOMEN are noted  for their style, durability and  wear.   Try a pair.  3  Victoria,  Runt-els,  Shawnigan,  Gobble Hill,  Cowichan,  Koksilah,  Duncan'������,  So.menos,  Westholme,  -   ���������  Ohemaiuus,  J/ulyiwucli,  South Wellington,  Nanaimo,  Wellington,      .  De. 9.00  9.04  10,17  joo   10.40  '   10'. 48  10*53  11 00  *    11.07  11.18  11 32  11.57  -12.18  i2.m  Ar 12.53  Suuday  Wed.  Sat.  No. 3  De. 16 00  16 04  17.15   17=rlS =  17.30  17 41"  17.47  17.58  IS 10  18 21  18 35  18.55  19.19  10.30  Arl0 4������  for  SOUTH BO.UKD-rRead Up  Victoria,   ���������,.������,*���������  RUHBfelH,  Shawnigan,  Oobblo Hill,  .  Cowichau,  ICoki-ilah,  UuiJoau's,    '.*',;  Sonicttos,   | *  VVustholme,  CheintiimiB.  Ludy smith,  South Wellington,  Nauainio,  Woliiugton,  No. 2  Ar. 12.06  12(12  10.51  10.48  10.40  10.13  10,06  **'     10,02  a.47  ,      07  9.215  De. &00  Ar. 8 50  8,29'  8.15  De. 8.00  No 4  19 55  19.51  18 35  18.30  18.22'  18.08  18<<3  17.58  17 43  17.32  1722  Dc. 10 68  Ar. 16 48  1(1,27  16.15  De 10 00  Class  Men's Patent Coif j  Columbia Dlucbcr'  Ox(or|'  DUmoaa i-aft  The aliovo iinined in n new act  pasted by onr provincial lcgi������lat-  ' nro for tht* pnrpoBo of imposing  liconww on pernons carrying on  any trade, or pmotising cortain  prof<*Hnion������ ont������ido tlio limits of a  municipality;���������A.inongKt      other  tl'fldpp and prnfoualoTtH  it   pvnv?ih*s  that;���������  [I] Any person practising a������ a  bnrrialdr or solicitor in the Pro.  vine** ������hnll nnv n licencii of ���������HSR.oo"  for ovtry sh months, and a like  licence shall be paid by any por.  son foi lowing the occupation of a  conveyancer.  In default of obtaining a licence  r penalty not exct������**.liiig $250.oo  for each offorioo together with the  amount which should have been  paid for tlio licence.  Tor Sale at THE BIG STORE.  Simon Leiser & Co. Ltd.  mmm*m%*mAmmmitmm^  Thousand Mile and Commutation Tic-  kets un sale, good over rail and steuh.ei  ���������ines, at two^ind one-half cents per mile.  Special tjfains and steamers for Excursions, jrtpd reduced rites for parties may  1 be-'atmnged foi on application* to the  Dist, j'oss. Agent at Victoria.  The Company reserves the right to  change without previous notice, steamers  sailing dates and hours of sailing.  Excursion Tickets on Sale from and to  all Stations, good for going journey Saturday and Sunday, returning not later  Imn Monday.  J, W. TROUP, Gen. 8uv>. B.C, Coast Sor.  0, L. C0UHTN15Y, Dist. Frl. & Iim. Ag.  Granite and Marble Workfit  ���������li*   ������UUi  Dominion  Hotel  ���������hrl-H-H-i-H-'H-l-H-t'l-H'M'l  i:  Cumberland  Hotel ���������* .-'  COK. J)UN8M!UR AVKNUE  AND    SECOND     STREET  CUMBERLAND  B  O.Mrs, J, H. Pikkt, Proprietress.  When in Cumberland bo sure  'and stay at the Cumberland  Hotel, Firut-OladB Accomodation for transient and permanent boarders.  Sample Rooms ana Public Hall  Run in Connection with Hotel  Ratos from $1.00 to $2.01) per day  'STAR'  Victoria, 9. C,  The KatuH are Lowor than other  linM-Hiaw. IuiIm*, w!!l; A"^������'"*  dation Superior to many. .  HooniH with or without "bath.  American Plan   $1.50   to 82.50.  per day.  Knropean  Plan.   Rooms only,  .50 to $1.50, por day,  Free litis.  STEPHEN JONES  I Livef y j  1 Stable *  :: Hayman & Maxwell, $  ������*  * * Proprietor*.  IItKAMSTKRS, nnd HRAYMRNi  ..SINOLE and DOUDLK Mt,S*  "Fr^r HI UK. MA. ORDERS'  ;jPROMPTLY ATTENDED  TO|  , ,   ������������������������������������������������������������  ::3rdSt,0umkrlaiid  -^Ht4-H>I411IIIIIMHI1'  Wool's PhosplwdiM,  na Oreat lini"w   ~     "  L'oiKMandlnvlBC  iras V98H  Oraoito and Marblo Monumeuti, Tub*  lata, ������to., at the loweit prioai, oon-  tistont with flrii-olaii stook and  workmanship.   Write (or particulars.   X m"  t*W" fl. Stcioart,  Yates St. Victoria,  B. C,  Moproctyi Bros,  J3j^jBak.J������iJroo  DRKAD, Cakes and Pies deliver  ed daily to any part of City.  fuu. stock m Groceries  Tlm Oreat Engll*]*  Mmrdy. .  Toiioti and invlnonvtoHthu wliola '  j,    U1HKUN     MUW   '  out JiebiUtu, MeiUnfumCllfnin'Wtiri'i, /;.**. S  pondetwu, Sexual Ivenltnena. KniUnlonn, ������/���������������)-.';  ~Morrjimyanm^t/it*m*}t#������������������ot; Jimnxeit.  Toronto, Ont.  m������������ porba&jiixfpTlA. Ono will plwwo.i.x  ouro. Sold by all driiffKlstfl or mullet] in  pllt n |)k(f. on receipt of prico. .A'rii' p������m*-kkt  tiwikilfni!.rhet*ime*\ Modioino "-  \jot*tnmy Wimaorl Toror  OUR BEST  CLUttHINU     OFFERS  This paper AND A NKW flubserlptlou to  Regular prio������ for both.   Oar Prico  Daily Witness,     $4.50 ������3.on  Weekly Witness,    2.50 WIm\*  mmm        t   I      em**,   t m    ������ - ***** IUII  \vurtu Vntin, SM a\*AB  Northern Messenger 1,90 1*78  Our calculations are baaed itriotly uu uo  cash jn advauoe. Samplasof these paper  may be seen at onr offloo.  Choice  Thoroughbred,  Single-  comb, brown' Leghorn eggs  for.salje, $i.oo per sitting.  " Apply'Mrs; Roe, Uuioii Bay, THE  NEWS',  CUMBERLAND/BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ^  most mm MADE.  E.W.GIU-STTftffgK  TOtfOHTO.ONT.  .*.���������'i *\wu'&an*TVmt?.tt-'*f*!fii       ~���������~******  NOTIOE.  Riding"da.locomotives and   rail  way cars,, of "the" Union   Colliery  Company ly any  person   or   per  ..sons���������except rain crew���������it! strictly  prohibited.    Employees  we sub  tec to dismissal for ������11<>"*';-', .ig s������rae  By order  Francis D  LirriT*.  Manager.  When iii OumberlaiKi  STAY   AT THE..........'..  vendome*.  S3    All Oonvi'.nirnoes von Gukst.s  rjiR Bar is Suppliki) wrru     *-  Best Liquors and C^ars  O. GANNE It  JAPANESE  at a tiow Pricf,  Wholesale and Retail.  Sweet and Clean o\i*.  ity  60lbs   ...... S2.65  M. ABE  No. 0 Japtown,.... Cumberland B.  JOHN McLEODS  FOU FIK8T-l'LA������H  CANDY, FRUITS,  OlttARH dfc TOBACCOS.  ���������mm  60   YEAR8'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Dt������ION������  COPVRIOHTO 4-0.  SAnyona Mmdlng n ������Hotrti nnd doiorlntlnn may  nloitlT iwflortnln our opinion froo wliotlior ������n  ion������ strict l������ oontldoii I Ini. jANufiOOK on Pntpuii  nntfroe. (Jlilost iiaiiiutytornnourtngpulontt.  IMtents taken tfirouifli Muiiii 4 To, raoolf-l  'Mini notico, without ohnrao, In tno  Scientific American.  A hw<tnnni������ljr lllimfrntfld wnflltlr, I.nrtroiit elr-  onldtlim nf nny ���������niotitliln ioiirnn ��������� Tvriin, (8 n  row 1 tmir montlii, tt. Solctbynll jiowMcnlotn.  tptc  f������H3e���������JOL36VB,oadway,NGWTork  Jrwob moo, fa V HU Waibluiiton. U, 0.  Tailor  Ladies' Tailor Made  Costumes, Men's nnd  Boys' Suits, etc, etc.  Prices Reasonable.  CUMBERLAND, B. C,  FOR THE  FARM, GARDEN, LAW  ���������'.or/CONSERVATORY  NO seedless plume, NO��������� pitless   ap  pies,KOc'������bless������brriT��������� just old  reliable varieties at reasonable  prices  Fertilizers Bee  Supplies  Suray Pumps  Spraying Materials Cut Flowerr-  Etc,*.  Etc.  Oldeste������t:i 1.Ii..-iied nur^ry on '!  Mainland of B.C.        Gala log F ���������������.-  '���������'''*.'  M.J.HENRY  Greenhouses and P. O. Ad  dress- 3010 Westminster Road.  inUN'JH'NUKS.ERlkS-- Soutli Vancouv.i  P.S.���������If your local meivhunis do not  hundU* my sbeds, send . direct. We prepay 50 packets assorted varieties o*  GARDEN SEEDS in ordinary 5c paper:.  v tested slock) to your nearest post office  far-Si-���������20 packets for '50c,, uifil collection  OOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOoOf  O I am prepured to Z  ������ furnish Stylish Rigs ������  C and do Teaming at C  ������ reasonable rates.. ��������� >:  x D. KILPATRiCK C  O Cumberland ,<v  000 000000000()0OO00i  BIBOH CMlOiiU  COURTENAY,. B.C.r    .  Tho Moat Desolate Spot, j  Perhaps tbe most ���������'.desolate spot on  earth is a tiny storm swept islet In  Bering sea nearly midway between  Alaska #nfl Siberia. Nearly fifty miles  from the nearest land, King's island Is  a barren roek, so. steep that uo beach  landing can be found. Here, on the  southern side, perched like nests above  the roaring surf and .secured-to the  rocks by walrus thongs, are the, skjn  dwellings of the walrus hunters. Here  tbe sun is never shining, tlie sea never  smooth. Cold, chilly fogs enshroud tbd  place In summer, while the frequent  and furious Rales that sweep through  Bering strait at all seasons render the  narrow summit uninhabitable. Ice  locked during nine months-of the year,  the natives depend entirely upon the  seal, walrus and whale as a means of  existence. During the brief summer a ]  stray whaler may visit the island for ���������  a couple of hours, but this is the solo  communication with the outer world. I  The Khis-'s islanders are closely allied \  to the Alaskan Eskimos. They are a  fin*, hardy race, inured to dally dangers and privations, and are reckoned  the best and bravest sailors In Bering  sea. Their boats of walrus hide will  carry from twenty to thirty persons In  a mountainous sea. *  The drink of strop*' men and healthy women  UniOnSrEWERY 13EER  Is The Best  Bottled or in  Barrels.  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo B.C.  OPPORTUNITY  .asutr  ���������*. .ima ���������***.*.-mmm %.  ,��������� ,���������������w*w>.^*ut<<i.ati.K������ifa;.������a������aBtr3KaMag.t*a-������  Knocks on   every man's door once  Strange Fuels.  "I have eaten mutton cooked on a  fire of broken mummy," said the sailor. "It was in Egypt; and the mummy  was stolen out of a tomb. Them natives ' Is always stealin' mummies.  They sell them in pieces to tourists,  and \vhat pieces they can't dispose of  otherwise they throw into the bin for  fuel. Mummy burnso like tinder, but  it's a ghastly fuel. It is as ghastly a  fuet'as the shoe lasts what they burn  in the sboemakiu' town of Lynn, where  the i old fashioned and discarded lasts  glowln' in the grates look to you iiko  amputated human T'rilbies. I been in  tannery towns where the fuel Is leather chips. This fuel smells aud smokes.  It clinkers, too, formln' Itself into big,  solid chunks what have to be broke up  with the poker every* little while. In  British Columbia, where flsh is as plentiful as air, tbey-burn dried flsh when  there's uo wood handy. The oil lu the  flsh causes them "to bum well, but the  smell of- this fish fuel ain't to no white  man's taste."  On some men's it hammers till it breaks down the door and then  it gets in and wakens him up and afterwards wqrks for him as a  -niodit watchman. Oh other men's doors it knocks and runs away,  and on the doors of some men it knocks and when they come out it  hits them over the head with an axe. Every mail lias an opportunity.    Yours may soon be here.  Just now is the opportunity, tp invest in real estate iii the town of  Cumberland and in Comox valley, before the boom comes. Now is  the opportunity to sell ar. a good "figure', your surplus laud. Hear  in mind that a bunch of CASH in hand is better than a bunch of  surplus land.  mout \  DREEDER of II  snin-CaUle, Ches  ter White Pi^s,,   Barred Piymou  Rocks, &c.  IMPROVED STOCK  AT FARMERS PRICES.  When In Courtenay Stay At  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guestB.  The Oential Hotel for Sportsmen  None but the Best of Wines and Liquors  at the Bar.  RATES        REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Prop.  CANADA'S   GREATEST  Pawnshop Art Sales.  "One of the most Indefatigable paint-  ers-in-Phiiadelphia-ba^-almost^exclu--  slvely a pawnshop trade," said a pawnbroker the other day,,while discussing  the many tricks.of.his business. "He  has been working .thii market," .he continued, "for almost four years. I believe I was Ills? flrst custonvet1. He was  reduced to tho point where his only  1 capital was a lot of pictures that he  ' could not selL In bis extremity be  came to me. I advanced him a little  money on several pictures, which I  was lucky- enough to sell. The funny  ��������� part;.of it vcas that, the man himself  couldn't toll A picture to save hU noul.  He finally realized that lie was deficient In business ideas and confined  himself strictly to painting pictures,  while 1 attended to tho sales. At last  he got other customers In my line, and  today bo actually makes a living from  the pawnshop trade/* ��������� PhiladeipbU  Record, ,  reoplo who swear aren't half so apt  Jo plot deviltry as pooplo who want to  \w\ don't,  rOLLEGlATP   SCHOOj  V---     FOR  B������YS       .:.*-���������:���������;;  The Law els. Belched Street ���������;  ** - '��������� ; '  Victoria B. C.  Pan.-.1 -.tnd   Vtaitci'j  EH    LORD   BISHOP   OF   COLUMBIA.  jrleaii )l������..tr  I.W. LAING. ESQ ,   M.A.,   OXFORD.  Assisted by three Graduates of thu Recognized Uuiversities of Oreutliritaiu and Canada.  .i.idei-are terms tor boarders.  Property consists of five acres with spaci-   .  ^uTBoKSbl'htnldinuBr-ext.t-naJve-rocreaLiij!���������  4*oTmds gymuaaium.      Oadet rorpB oruaon  1  ze.d. ,  APPLY TO HEAD MASTER. i  NURSERIES  FOR SALE���������A farm of 160  acres, also house ami barn, situated uear Comox volley Beattt?  ful location; convenient to the  salt water. For particulars ap-  plyat'tUis oiEcc  WANT  A LOCAL SALESMAN  KOU  CUMBERLAND  to soil ITigli OIhbb Nursery stock  in Fruits and Onutuioutala Lnrg  c������t list of now flpenialtieR ever off-  ored. Start now at best selling  8wfi80U. J^iceiU'od hy B.O. Gov.  enitnont to null in tlio Provinoo of  British Columbia? Big induce-  jv.cut", T.i'vov!\l P^v, Unnduonio  Free Out/it, Tcrriiory IIchutim),  writo for terms and Oatiilo^uo, and  sond 25o for our aluminum pocket.  ii.Lt m .,  aud 80c for our handy saw, junt  thc thing for trimming trees [onto  iron as woll a* wood,]  Stone & Wellington,  FoiiLhill M lU'rieri������ii������,  (Over H00 nores]  TORONTO    - -    ONTARIO  C. H TARBELL  and Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  with    _-___���������.  ROD and GUN  ir you like to read of the experiences of  anglers, shooters and campers or yachting;  or If you are Interested In country life, ask  your nersdealer. fo<- Foreit and Stream.  or write for free specimen copy, or send  twenty-five cents for four weeks trial trip.  Foreit and Stream is a large Illustrated  ' tfeekiyloumairwhicircontains the.'oilowlng-  departments:  Game Bat! and Gun,       Natural History,  Ssa and River FiaHing,  Yaehtin*.  The Sportsman Tourist, C&.noein&  Rifle and Trap. Kennel.  We send free our catalogue ot the best books  on outdoor life and recreation.  FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO.  346 Broadway. New Vork City.  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And all Kl; CHEN UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  t*mwe*4tm**w*m*a-mn'aj  Cook's Cotton Root Compouni  Tho &roa1; Utorlro Tonlo, und  j only  euro  oifooiunl Mnnthly  * HosjulfU^t'on which vomcti ma  clojitmd.  Bold i a tliroo ,(lt>si*cni  ot*������rongpU������--No. 1, K\;' So. 2,  10 (IokVcos strmiBor, {������; Mo. JJ,  for simolftl cujr>h. *5 pov box.  Sold by, ull di'Wfnsts, or *o ill  prepaid on ruooipt ot prloo.  /       ^, _ Froo pamphlet. AildroR-ii THI  PeiMCllMIOINI OO.JOBONTO, ONT. iformcrlv Witvmttt  WATSON'S  Wm}, V ������!??'* X*) tt^m^   mm  far- >\^(.'<.nA''3)(  K{v..,>..'.������; *���������]* ';*:.  XV  m^m)0*^**)m\,'  ���������.���������it v *,*'������'v*Y������"  BLina: of Scotch Whiskies.  %mi 1111^ .. ..m.^. ���������   ,���������,���������    , I,, -1 ���������,,,,   ., .i.iBi,-ijil...     in. m ** in*���������������������������*-  The HUDSONS' BAY OO  Sole Agents for B C vrTcnnr^ tt<?t.t.t*������>t 'rr^Ynrr^nircnrr *miN; ffl&z  THE CUMBERLAND   NH3WS  Issued Every ���������Wednesday,  J.   A.  Bates,  Editor and  Proprietor.  The columns uf The News aj*a open to all  who wish to exprusB therein views o matters of public interest.  While we do uot hold ourselves re ��������� ��������� > *msi-  I le for the utterances ol eorneapaudeato, we  rtserve tha rigot of deciiaiug to insert  ���������oimmumcatioua unnecessarily personal,  **������ i -     "  ���������"'- i ������������������������!������������������������������������- "i-    ���������   ii   nwn.w.i.i^i.iu.pnii.    ,1.  ���������"  ���������     i    i���������   ��������� ������������������ ��������� ���������������  *m* m.i    .���������.���������,..,���������,.  ,���������m ��������� i.i i ������i i   i.n,    ���������  WEDNESDAY,    MAY, 29, 1907.  The following passage from the  speech of Sir Wilfred Laiirier at  the Colonial Conference is worthy  of repetition :���������  <In 1902 a strong pressure was  put upon the British  Governient  to suspend the Constitution of-the  Gape Colony.    The British  Government would not listen  to   any  ���������such thought; they did ifiore���������the  British Government did  not hesitate, four years after the war,   to  give   the full" citizenship of the  British Empire to the Colony of  the Transvaal.'     I tell you  this���������  when I think upon matters of this  land, Ij coming from French Canada, can express an opinion. There  was only one nation in the  world  who   conld have   d red   to    do  what Britain has done,  and   that  .   nation is England.     Now,     the  wisdom of this policy has been fully vindicated.    It   had been   vindicated many years   before,   when  the British  Government did  not  hesitate   to   give   to    Canada-to  French   Canada-the same power,  the same   privileges  which   have  'BeelY^iWiT~iTrSouth-^:frica-f~and~  it anything could justify the wisdom of such a policy, it was the  words that I was proud to   hear  yesterday from   my friend    Dr.  Jameson���������-words which filled  my  heart���������to the effect that possibly  at the next Conference  we may  have another Confederation within  the British Empire, composed   of  the Cape, of Natal; of the Orange  Co lony, of the Transvaal, of Bho-  desia, and of other domains yet  to  be added as time goes on. This is  1   truly   Imperial   policy,   and,   so  long as the British Empire is main  tained upon these lines, I venture  to assert that it rests upon foundations firmer than the rock and as  endurable as the Hges.'  What Sir Wilfred Laurie1'  meaut both hy his abstract, propo-  itions and liy his concrete example  is quite clear. We need have no  fear for the British Empire as  long as the spirit which prevades  and animates it is the spirit which  is alive to-day, ��������� the spirit of freedom und the dcaire for  unity,  EXTRA MUNICIPAL TUADE  LICENCES ACT 1007.  1011  ������lei  Kspimalt i Nanaimo Ry  English 4 x BURTON always on tap       also, the famous MILWAUKEE  .  BEERS��������� Anhe^f'i*. Hibernian, Sch'itz, &c.       "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best "Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  The Boarding aud Lodging D.-partmeut, under the icrmiedia'e superintendence of Mrs  Davis, will be found First clasa in every respeut*.;  RATES,  $1 oo per day upwards.  The Right Price  FURNITURE  STORE  ���������As the result of a recent judicious purchase u now lot of furniture  arrived this -week.   We sell at prices to suit iill pockets.  REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,  J. XL COLLINS, Cxunlieran-d.  A New Dainty-  If you can imagine a zephyr mixed with        Xl2 TllOTLSQ-nds   of  dew and a linle powdered sugar, and fried    ' "W^hV^Ti <o������  on a sunbeam���������you may g*t some idea of ,, ������������JaL*yMie&������������  how a Rosette "Wafer looks and tastes.     ��������� ], .     ���������i���������.,'" j <.���������   i  ������������������       , i  Vou   can   make   forty  Rosettes .in NVlU 1)C P,eMed to dellVerAr,p  twenty minutes at a cost of ten  cent*, set to any address for. . vJv_/C"������  We'll sell you  a full o -mar   ,-*  eet of Rosette  Irons.  iffjr\      WatSOIl dSMcuTegOr  neatly boxed, for........   \J\JC  ��������� ��������� ��������� .       bole Agents, Johnston street  Illustrated Rosette Recipe Booh ' 'y  ^  FREE on request  9 "QBBfiMSBEiiSD <3S3  ���������*.vu*������mi*. wr.werKxiz*mnmnm*imi  r-  -I-  ^i^/erside Hotel  THE FINEST ."'HUNT I Nfr AND FISH ING. GROUNDS  =ON THE lSLAND.==i  Livery Stable, Telegraph Office and Barber Shop Convenient  to Hotel.  'Everything up to Date.        <  DAVIS & FECHNER, prop*���������.  iu*. ,mntm*mirr-imj,u**mttr������mm-  | Have been making shoes for over forty years  % and to-day operate seven large modern fac  1 tories in the New England States to supply  I the enormous demand.   Their  ALL AMERICA  SHOES  for JJEN and WOMEN are noted  for their style, durability and  wear.   Try a pair.  The above named if a now act  pnsRod by onr provincial legislature for the purpose of imposing  licences on poisons carrying on  any trade, or practising certain  professions ontnide tlw limits of n  municipality:���������Amongst other  Uuli">.������..J profc'nioiu', \. pj"v.'i'U'r  tiittl;���������  [1] Any person practising ns a  barrister or solicitor in the Pro-  vincc ;;h:t!5 p?������y ���������* H.-oiw of joRon1  for every six months, and a like  licence shall be paid by any jwr-  son following the occupation of a  ennvoyancor.  In default of obtaining a licence  a penalty not wwdtng ft&O.oo  for each offence ta-gpther with tho  amuunt whicji should have been  paid for the licence.  Btntt m.efi  Men's Patent Coif,  Columbia Bluchcr /  Qitori'  Diamond Uft  For Sale at THE BIG STORK  Simon Leiser & Co. Ltd.  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  "v^rcroKiji.���������cc*mo3s:     KoxTxas  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, y a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling ������t  North Saanich  Cowichan Hay    Maple  Bay, Crofton,  Kuper and Thetis (stands when freight  or passengers offer.  Leaves N������,na.mo 'Tuesday, 5 p.m., for  Union Hay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday, 8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  Comox and way ports.  Leaves ComoK Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and way ports.  Siils from Nanaimo Friday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria, ceiling at Kuper and Thetis  Islands, Crofton, Maple Bay, Cowich.  an Hay and North "Saanich when  freight and  passengers offer  North Saanich  when tide and weather  conditions permit.  VANCOUVER- NA1MAIMO-LADYSMITH   ROUTE  News  s. s.  JOAN."  Sails I om   Vancouver  for   Nanaimo  daily, except Sundays, at 1.30 p.m.  Sails from   Nanaimo   for   Van ouver  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  Monday, October let, 19(36  NORTH BOUND���������Read Down  Passenger  Trains  Daily  Stations, No. 1  Victoria,  Rusdela,  Shawnigan,  0.;bbld Hill,.  Cowichan,  Koksilah,  Duncan's,  So.menos,  Westholrne, **  Ohetnainns,  Jjiidyainiili,  South Wellington,  Nanainio,  Wellington,  De. 9.00  .. 9.04  10:17.  -^���������lo-^a���������  10.40  ���������    10148  JO* 53  11 00  *    11.07  11.18  11 82  11.57  12.18  12.85  Ar12.5S  Sunday  Wed.  Sat.  No. 3  De. 16 00  16 04  17.15  -���������l-7r!8  17.30  17.41':  17.47  17.58  18 10  18 2������  18 85  18.55  19.19  19.80  Ar 19 45  for  SOUTH BOUND-Read Up  Viotoria,   ,  RusaftlH,  Shawnigaii,  ty  Oobblo Hill,  (Jowiohan,  Kokt-ilah,'  Duiioau's,      ^,,  Wustholme,  Cheni'iimis,  Liutyumith,  <>  South Wellington,  Nanainio,  Wellington,  No. 2  Ar-.;'12.06*  1202  10 51*  10,48  10.40  10.15  .<������������������- '10.0(1  :i     10.02  0,47  ,    ,   9.37  9.25  De. 0;.oo  Ar. 8 50  8.28  8.15  De. &00  No 4  19 55,  19,51*  18 85  18,30*  lS.sffl.  18,08  18 ('3  17.58  17 48  17,32  17 22.  Dc. 10 68  Ar. 10 48  1(1.27  1(1.15  De 10 00  Class  iff if if "  **���������* *****, itammm.t  Dominion  Hotel  Vietotria, B, C.  Tli������ llnh^nw Fiowor tluin other  ... i '.IH     .......ii,  firflt-HlllflH *JIOlMll������,      1*tX\i      ,IVV������.m-  ilHtion Superior to innny. .  IlootitK with or without "bath.  American Plan   81.50   to 32.50.  jH-r <!;iy.  Tvnmnrfui  Plan,   Rooiiw only,  .50 to $1.60, ))ur tiity,  Free l������us.  STEPHEN JONHS.  inHH^^H^^-H^H^^H^H"!^  ::  v  *,*  %  n  STAR'  Thousttnd Mile and Commutation Tickets un sale, good over rail and steui.,e*  linesy at twojtnd one-half cent-s per mile,  Special trains and steamers for Excur-  3ione������>a'wfl reduced rttes for parties may  be "������������������ntilanRed foi on application lo the  Dist. J'oss. Agent at Victoria,  The Coiupanv reserves the right to  change without pieviouu notice,Hieamers  snilinjj: dates and houru of sailing.  Excursion Tickets oh Sale from and to  all Stations, good for going journey Saturday and Sunday, returning not later  han Monday,  J, W, TROUP, Gen. Sup. B.O. 0oa������t Sor,  a. h. COUHTNKY, Diit Fit. ft Van, Ag.  Granite nnd Mnrblc Worki.  Cumberland  Hotef ���������-���������~  COR. DUNSMUIR AVENUE  AND SECOND STREET  CUMBERLAND  B  C.  Mrs, J. H, Pikrt, Proprietreaa.  When in Cumberland ho sure  "and stay at the Cumberland  Hotel, Hrnt-Claae Accomodation for transient and permanent boarders.  Sample Rooms ana Public Hall  Run in Connection with Hotel  Rates from $1.00 to $2.00 per day  Livefy  1 Stable  % Hayman & Maxwell.!:  PropHotor*.  ItKAMSTFR.S, nnt.   F>NAV\fKN!  ��������� SlNCiLK  and   DOUBLE   RldS*  **Vnr    H1RK AH.    r>ni>KRS������  iJl'KOMl'TJ.y ATTEKIJE1J  TO!  *    |    ''>***mmWm%**m\*W9mm^  1:3rd St. Oumljerland  (���������������Mr'H,MrM',H"l"H"11 t"t"IM I I'i  Wooim PhoarilwdiM,  Tlie Ortat EnallHh  JUmrdu, .  TonM und InvltfomtOHlhu wholo '  rouku*   nuw '  ������  igrvoui ������  idVoliM.  Granito and Marble Monumenki, Tab.  Uti, ������to��������� at tha loweit pifioei, oon-  ���������iitont   with   flni-oUii   utook   and  workrowihip,   Write tot parlteulMi,   :!���������ju.*'  gr*T~  R* Stecuart,  Yates St. Victoria,  B. C.  Morrocl)! Bros,  Sr Jfx j&L JSj jlxj S  gRKAD, Cake������ and Pies deliver  ed daily to any part ot City.  full stock . Groc���������ri���������������  out.  pond.. ���������,. ���������  ���������moitml"(m,'anii'Mi^^ ������.ul���������wn,  wjpolli)orbo5t,JlxfprW. Ono>vlllj>lwwo.i(x  will euro. 8old by all amaixuiu or inallca in '  plain pksr. on rooolnt of jpnoe,.,*\ew panrhM  ���������naiietlfrce. ThoWood Modioino Oo.  {fomeriv Windeor) TorohtOi Out ���������  ������  OUR BEST  CLUttBlINQ     OPPER8  Tbti paper AND A NKW Subiorlptlou to  U*g������lar prlw tot both.   Oor iVioe  Daily Witness,     $4,50 Mi.ttm  Wee% Witness,    2.50 'SSS  Worta  Wtae, S.hO m*2B  Northern Messenger 1.90 X*1B  Our wlouUUont are baaed itrietly on uo  owhn advance. Sampleaof th������M w-Mr  may bt wen at ewt offtco.  ������������������������������<*^<I**^^  Choice  Thoroughbred,  Sin^le-  comb, brown Leghorn eggs  for.snl,e, $i.oo per sitting.  Apply' Mrs; Koef Union Bay.  L_ THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ii  MOST POMCI MADE.  \  C.  FOR THE  FARM, GARDEN, LAW^  or CONSERVATORY   55cxjX2or _  TORONTO. ONT.     .  NOTIOE.  Riding on Ineoihoiives and   rail  way cars of   the'   Union   Colliery  Company I *y any  pers-on   .>r   per  sons���������except rain crew���������id strictly  prohibited.    Employees   p.re sub  iec to dismissal for alio*?*   ,ig SHrae  By order  Francis D  Litti v.  A^na^er.  When in Gumherland  STAT   AT THE,    .  VENDOME. .  tW    All Convkkibkcem for Guests  fan Bar is Supplikd with    *-  6est Liquors and Cigars  O. GANMTER  JAPANESE  at at<ow Price,  Wholesale and Retail.  Sweet and Clean '[Un  ity  6olbs   ..;...$2.65  li. ABE  Ko. 5 Japtown, Cumberland B.  JOHN McLEODS  FOH FIIIST.'JLASS  CANDY, FitU1TS,  OMARH & TOBACCOS.  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  ���������*<,���������:���������; <*t  1   .t.',, .!.���������     lit- /���������  MINIS  Trade Marks  Oesions  ... c0i������ywi0hts ac.  tone nondlfig a nkotrh and donorlnUqii mat  fir 'uoertnln our opinion froo wliethor an  .IoiuitrioUrooiiitdontlnl.'HANUBDOK on i'aumti  nnt free, oldest hboim**/ for McurQittpatonti.  I'litfliitn taken iliroiuli Mmm 4 Co. reooKi  rpttm ntittee, without olmre-i, In too  Scientific American.  A fmndiomnly lllnatrnf ed meetly, r*nr������ro������t et**.  onlntlim uf nnr intentlila Journal, Tonus, M a  rent t (our months, %l, Sola by all newirtMlera,  Bruob Qffloa, fa V BU Washington, I). 0.  em  NO seedless plume, NO> pitleBS  ap  pies, NO c>l)lee8 *������orrir���������just old  reliable varieties at reasonable.  prices  Fertilizers Bee  Supplies  Soray Pumps  Spraying Materials Cut Flower?  Etc,    Etc.  OldestfiHt-ii.li.������hed iiuv������*������ry on '!  Mainland of B. G.        Catalog F ������,  M. J. HENRY  Greenhouses and P. O. Ad  dreSS- 3010 WestriiinsW Koad.  BRAN )H NUKSERIKS���������South Vftncouvw  F.S.���������If your local merohanis do not  handle my sserts, send direct. We prepay 50 packets assorted varieties o'  GARDEN SEEDS in ordinary ro paper:.  v tested slock) to your rifiirest post office  for/$i���������2opackelsfor 50c,, trial collection  ���������    ���������  Lin KEE  Tailor  LutUc^ Tailor-Made  Costumes, Men's and  Boys' Suits, etc. etc.  Pricp* Reasonable,  CUMBERLAND,  B. C,  Tl  \  FOR SALE���������A farm of rdo  acres, also house and bam, situated ucar Comox valley Bcauti  fni location, convenient to the  salt water, Vox particulars ap*  plyat this office  OOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOUOf  o c  I Livery I  The Most Desolate Spot.  Perhaps the most desolate spot on  earth is a tiny storm swept islet in  Bering sea nearly midway between  Alaska and Siberia. Nearly fifty miles  from tbe nearest land, King's island Is  a barren rock, so. steep that no beach  landing can be found. Here on the  southern side, perched like nests above  the roaring surf and secured to the  rocks by walrus thongs, are the syn  dwellings of the walrus hunters. Here  the sun is never shining, tlie sea never  smooth. Cold, chilly fogs enshroud thd  place in summer, while the frequent  and furious gales that sweep through  Bering strait at all seasons render the  narrow summit uninhabitable. Ice  locked during nine "months of the year,  the natives depeud entirely upon the  seal, walrus and whale as a means of  existence. During the brief summer a j  stray whaler may visit the Island for  a couple of hours, but this is the sole  'communication- with the outer world. J  The Klns-'s islanders nro closely allied j  to the Alaskan Eskimos. They are a'  fin*, hardy race, Inured to dally dangers and privations, and are roc*  the best and bravest sailors in Boring  sea. Their boats of walrus hide will  carry from twenty to thirty persons lu  a mountainous sea.  Stt?R7*  The drink of strop- mon and healthy women  Is The Best  Bottled or in   Barrels*  The UNION MMm Co.,       Nanaimo B.C.  ,**uj������������<asattarac������B������ -...  ;.t.-���������is:3^w^���������i^r^������BBJaa^e���������������������������������a���������asEc^*v'  - .E340*  OPPORTUNITY  *.,������*. ,mmom*^mM*iijam)i*-,im mtermtewtCm mtt  Knocks on   every man's, door" once   A.35TX)  eamui  o  o  o  I am  prepured   to  ' furnish Stylish Rigs  and do Teaming at  reasonable rates,  D. KILPATRiCK      g  Cumberland ,������  000 oooooooooooooooi  o  o  o  c  c  r-  Strange Fuels.  "I have eaten mutton cooked on a  fire of broken mummy," said the sailor. "It was in Egypt, and the mummy  was stolen out of a tomb. Them natives ' ls always stealiu' mummies.,  They sell them In pieces to tourists,  and what pieces they can't dispose of j surplus land  otherwise they throw Into the bin for '   fuel.    Mummy burns like tinder, but I ��������� -'    - T  it's a ghastly fuel. It is as ghastly a  fuef'as tho shoe lasts what they burn  In the shoemakin' town of Lynn, where  the old fashioned and discarded lasts  glowln' iu the grates look to you like  amputated human Trilbies. I been ia  tannery towns where the fuel ls leather chips. This fuel smells and smokes.  It clinkers, too, formiu.' itself Into big,  solid chunks what have to be broke up  with the poker every little while. In  British Columbia, -where Qsh Is as plentiful as air. they burn dried flsh when  there's no wood handy. The oil In the  fish causes them to burn well, but the  smell of-this, fish fuel ain't to no white  man's taste."  On some men's it hammers till it breaks down the door and then  koned it gets in and wakens him np nnd afterwards wqrks for him as a  nio-ht watchman. On" other men's doovs it knocks and runs away,  and on the doors of some men it knocks and when they come out it  hits them over the head'with "an axe. Every man has an opportunity.    Yours may soon be here.  Jnst now is the opportunity to invest in real estate in the town of  Cumberland and in Comox valley, before the boom comes. Now is  the opportunity to sell at, a good figure, yonr .surplus land. Bear  in mind that a bunch, of CASH in hand is better than  a bunch of  f OLLEGIATF   SCHOOi  ^ FOR  B������YS        >*���������  The Laurels. Belcher*Street  Victoria B. C.  TH  Pai 1. :i -..ud   Viniii.r,  LORD   BISHOP  OF   COLUMBIA.  BTM CMlOiiU  COURTENAY, B.C.,    ,  DREEDER t.f II  stein Cattle, Ches  ter White PiKs���������   Barred Plymouth caiFtaf was aVt'of*pictures  Rpck&, &.<���������. ' could not selL   In bis eztre  IMPROVED STOCK  AT FARMERS PRICES  When In Courtenay Stay At  The Courtejiciy Hotel  Every conve'nieti',e Ior guests.  The Oential Hotel for Sportsmen  None but the liest of Wines and Liquors  at the liar.  RATES        REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Prop.  CANADA'S   GREATEST  NURSERIES  WANT  A LOCAL SALESMAN  mix  OUMBEULAND  to soil ITIg'i C!������9B Nursery stock  in Kruitrt mid Ornatiiontala Latg  cat list of now specialties ever offered. Start now at best selling  ftjRBon. Licenced by B.O, Gov-  eminent to Roll in tho Province of  British Columbia.' Big induce-  i..uilo, Lib,.:;'.'1.! 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He finally realized that he was defl-  dent tn business Ideas.and confined  himself strictly to painting pictures,  while I attended to tho sales. At last  he got other customers lu niy line, and  today bo actually makes a'living from  the pawnshop trade-" 4 Philadelphia  Record,.  '.*    ,;, "V"'''*1;  Pooplo who swear aren't half so apt  ���������0 plot deviltry its pooplo who want to  Uni don't, "'��������� m  rlea<i Mu.tr  I.W. LAIKG. ESQ ,   M. A.  OXFORD.  Assisted by three Graduates of tho Recognized Uuiveruities. of Great Britain and Can-  .loderare terms lor boarders.  _Property consists of li^ve acres with Bpaci-  ^u7whoolTrail'u'niu57~e^WHaivH���������recreattu--  li ounds gymuaaiura.      Oadet rorps or������aon  Zed.  APPLY TO  HEAD MASTER.  &  O. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And all KI; CHEN UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  aind  Genera! 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BY      LOTHROP     PUBLISHING      COMPANY  (Continued.)  a long time he sat, wT?u"!Ils, arm  around her, questioning the classes.  He seemed to have taken his place between her and the dark shadow.  Joe Beach had been making poor  headway in arithmetic.  "1*11 come over this evening, and  we'll see what's the trouble. It's all  very easy," the teacher said.  He worked three hours with the  young man that evening aud filled him  ���������with high ambition after hauling him  out of his difficulty.  But of all difficulties the teacher had  to deal with, Polly Vaughn was the  greatest. She was nearly perfect In all  her studies, but a little mischievous  and very dear to him. "Pretty"���������that  Is one thing all said of her there in  Faraway, and they said also with a  bitter twang that she loved to lie abed  nnd read novels. To Sidney Trove the  word "pretty" was inadequate. As to  lying abed and reading novels, he was  free to say that he believed in It.  "We get very indignant about slavery in the south," he used to say, "but  how about slavery on the. northern  farms? I know people who rise at  cockcrow and strain their sinews Sn  heavy toil the livelong day and spend  the Sabbath trembling in the lonely  shadow of the Valley of Death. I  know a man who whipped his boy till  he bled because he ran away to go  fishing. It's all slavery, pure and simple." - '  "In the sweat of thy face shalt thon  eat bread till thou return unto the  ground," said Ezra Tower.  "If God said It, he made slaves of us  , - all.HL&ald_yonngJEromljLWhenJUook,  tricks:" *  "If yon'U stay this evening," said  she, "we'll have some more of my  blueberries and biscuit, and then, If  you care to, we'll try dancing." *  "You'll give me a lesson?' he asked  eagerly.  "If you'd care to have me."  "Agreed; but'first let us have the  blueberries and biscuit," said he heartily ns they entered the door. "Hello,  Mrs, Vaughn. I came over to help you  eat supper. I haVe It all planned.  i Paul is to set the table, I'm to peel the  potatoes and fry the pork, Polly ls to  1 make the biscuit and gravy and put  [the kettle on. You are to sit by and  look pleasant." fl  "I insist on making the tea," aald  Mrs. Vaughn, with amusement.  "Shall we let her make the tea?" he  asked, looking thoughtfully at Polly.  "Perhaps we'd better," said she,  laughing.  "All right. We'll let her .make the  tea.   We don't have to drinltjlt."  "You," said the widow, "ar#tike Governor Wright, who said to Mrs. Perkins, 'Madam, I will praise your tea,  but hang me if I'll drink it.'"  "I'm going to teach the primer class  to the morning," said Polly as she  filled tbe teakettle.  "Look out, young man," said Mrs.  Vaughn, turning to the teacher. "In a  short time she'll be thinking she can  teach you."  "I get my first lesson tonight," said  the young man: "She's to teach me  dancing."  "And you've no fear for your soul?"  "I've more fear for my body," (paid  teacher went to* fiSF'slde,  "May I have the, honor, Miss  Vaughn?" said he, bowing politely. "Is  that the way to do?"  "You mljgbt say, "Will you be my  pardner?'" said she, mimicking the  broad dialect of the region.  "I'll sacrifice my dignity, but not my  language," said he. "Let us dance and  be merry, for tomorrow we teach."  "If you'll watch my feet you'll see  how I do it," said she, and lifting her  skirt above her dainty ankles she glided  across the floor on tiptoe as lightly as  a fawn at play. But Sidney Trove was  not a graceful creature. The muscles  on his lithe form, developed In the  school of work or in feats of strength,  at which he had met no equal, were untrained in all graceful trickery. He  loved dancing and music and everything that increased the beauty and i  delight of life, but they filled him with '  a deep regret of his ignorance. (  (To Be Continued.) -I  Pear Mother  Your little one* are a constant can in  Fall and Winter weather. Ther will  catch cold. Do you know about Sniloh't  Comumption Cue, the Lung Tonic, awl  what it na> done for ������o many > It is wid  to be tbe onlv reliable remedy for all  dneues of the air pauagea in children.  It is absolutely harmlea and pleasant to  take. It is guaranteed to cuk or youi money  is returned. The price is 25c. per bottle,  ���������nd all dealers ia medicine sell 314  SHILOH  This remedy should be in every household  around here and see people wasted to  the bone with sweat and toil, too weary  often to eat the bread they have earned; when I see their children dying of  consumption from excess of labor and  pork fat, I forget the slaves of man  nnd think only of these wretched slaves  of God." '  But Polly was not of tbem the teacher pitied. She was a bit discontented,  but surely she was cheerful and well  fed. God gave her beauty, and tbe  widow saw it and put her own strength  between the curse aad the child. Polly  had her task every day, but Polly had  her way also ln too many things and  became a bit selfish, as might bave  been expected. But there was something very sweet and fine about Polly.  They were plain clothes she wore, but  nobody saro herself and mother gave  them any thought. Who, seeing her  big, laughing eyes, her finely modeled  face, with cheeks pink and dimpled,  ber shapely, white teeth, ber mass of  dark hair, crowning a form tall and  straight as an arrow, could see anything but the merry hearted Folly?  "Miss Vaughn, you will please remain a few moments aftor school,"  Bald the teacher one day near 4 o'clock.  Twice she bad been caught whispering  that day witb tho young girl who sat  behind her. Trovo had looked down,  stroking his littlo mustache thoughtfully, and made no remark. Tho girl  had gone to work, then, her cheeks rod  with embarrassment.  "I wish you'd do me a favor, Miss  Tolly," said tho teacher when they  were alone.  Sho blushed deeply and sat looking  down as she fussed with her handkerchief. She wns a bit frightened by the  serious air of that big young mau,  "It Isn't much," ho wont on. "I'd  llko you to help mo touch a little. To*  morrow morulug I shall mako a map  on tlie blackboard, and while I am  doing it I'd llko you to conduct tho  school. Wheu you bave finished with  tbe primer class I'll be ready to tako  hold again."  She had a pueelod look.  "I thought you were going to punish  mo," she answered, smiling.  "Por what?" he luqulred.  "Whispering," said sho.  "Oh, yesl  But you have read Walter  PMt,' ItTid *erm tmnrv Intllnn nre to lie  honored, not punished. I shouldn't  know how to do such n thing. When  you'vo become a teacher you'll soo I'm  right about whispering. May I walk  homo with you?"  jv.lly bed then n very neriou* look.  Sbo turned away, biting her Up, Id a  brief strugglo for self mastery.  "If you care to," sho whispered.  Tbey walked away In silence.  "Do you dance?" iho Inquired presently.  "No, save attendance on your pleasure," snld he.   "Will you tench me?"  "Is there anything I tan teach yoaf  Bhe looked up at bim playfully.  "Wisdom," said lie quickly, "snd how  to preserve blueberries and make biscuit like those you gave us when I  en me to tea. As to danclw-Will, I  fen& ,'J^jun SOW "hoped ft* ipfrtltt  he, glancing down uponnTiTlong"  "I've never lifted my feet save for the  purpose of transportation. I'd like to  ksirn to dance because Deacon Tower  thinks lt wicked, and I've learned that  happiness and sin mean the same thing  InhlB vocabulary."  "I fear you're a downward and backsliding youth," said the widow.  "Yoti know what Ezra: Tower said of  B^enester Fisher, that he was 'one 0'  ihera mush heads that didn't belJe.ve In  leil?'    Are you one 0' that^klndr  Proclalmers of liberal thought were at  work there In the north.  "Since I met Deacon Tower I'm  sure it's useful and necessary. He's  got to have some place for his enemies. If it were not for hell tbe deacon would be miserable here and, may*  bo, happy hereafter."  "It's a great hope and comfort to  him," said tbe widow, smiling.  "Well, God save us all!" said Trove,  Tvbo had now a liking for both the  phrase and philosophy of Darrel. They  had taken chairs at tho table.  \ "Tom," said he, "we'll pause a mo-  went, while you give us the fourth rule  of syntatt."  "Correct," said he heartily, as the  last word was Bpoken. "Now let us be  happy."  "Paul," said the teacher, bs he finish-  ed eating, "what ls tho greatost of all  laws?"  "Thou shalt not lie," said the boy  promptly.  "Correct," said Trove; "and In the  full knowledge of the law I declare  that no better blueberries and biscuit  ovor passed tny lips."  8\ippor ovor, Polly disappeared, nnd  young Mr, Trovo helped with the dish-  A BAD MENTAL STATE.  EACH IN HIS OWN TONGUE.  The Rev. Canon Almon Abbott, ot  Christ's Church Cathedral, Hamilton,  ia blessed with* great gifts of oratory.  Recently he recited the following  vorses, written by William Herbert  Carrush, a professor in a German  university, and the delivery and the  subject so impressed the congregation  that the poepi has been the theme  of conversation among the people who  heard it. There is a beauty in the  verses that appeals to thoughtful meo  fcnd women:  A fire mist and a planet,  A  crystal and a cell,  a jellyfish and a saurian,  A cave where the cave men dwell���������  fhen a sense of law and beauty,.  A face turned from the clod���������  Bome call it evolution,  And others call it God. o  k haze on the fair horizon���������  The infinite tender sky, -  the rich ripe tint of the cornfields;  And the wild geese sailing High,  And all over upland and lowland,  The sign of the golden rod-  Some of us scall it Autumn,  And others call it God.  Like tides on a crescent sea beach.  When the moon is new and thin, =  Into our hearts high gleamings,  Come welling and surging in���������  -Oome-from-the-mystic-ocean-  It  la   One  of  tbe   Greatest   Foe* to  Phyitlcftl Beauty.  W I were asked what was the greatest foe to beauty In both man and  women, I would say not errors in diet,  not lack of exercise, not overwork, not  corsets, not any one of these, but bad  mental habits. If we observe cloaely the  faces of the people we meet at random  on the street, at the theater or In the  great shops, we will observe that nearly all of them are charactered by the  lined mov-th, the drawn brows and other facial disfigurements which accompany bad mental states.  What do I mean by bad mental  states? I mean anger, fear, worry,  anxiety, irritability, regret, envy, Jealousy, lack of trust In oneself and in  the great good. All these are bad mental states, and all these destroy beauty not only by Interfering with the  action of tbe vital organs, but by directly disfiguring the expression of the  face.  Unless the beauty seeking young woman is prepared to deliberately cultivate good nature, kindliness, calmness, cheerfulness even to hilarity, unless she ls prepared to deliberately  conquer all tendencies to the bad mental states above mentioned, there will  be little or no results from her efforts  to deveop in herself that most divine  gift of beauty. ���������Prom "Health the  Basis of Womanly Beauty," by Dr. W.  B. 0. Latson. in Outing Magazine.  A ' ���������" ..  ,  The Bay on the Doorknob.  A late home comer, walking through  the uptown  residential' section  after  The Valley ot QnlHot*.  "Whoever," says Charles Darwin 9s  his "Voyage of the Beagle," "called  Valparaiso   the   valley   of   paradise  must have been thinking of QuiHota."  Quillota ls a thriving town twenty six  miles from Valparaiso in a northeasterly direction.    Any person,  be declares,   who  sees   only   the   country  around Valparaiso, barren of vegetation, would- never Imagine that there  were such picturesque spots in Chile.  "As soon as we reached the brow of  the sierra th������ valley of Quillota was  Immediately unoer our feet.  The prospect was one of remarkable natural  luxuriance.   The valley Is very broad  and quite flat and Is thus easily Irrigated In all parts.   The little square  gardens are crowded with orange aud  olive trees and every Bort of vegetable."  SPRING ADVICE  Whose rim no foot has trod���������  Bome of us call it longing.  And others call it God.  a picket frozen on duty���������  A mother starved for her brood���������  Bocrates drinking the hemlock,  And Jesus on the rood.  And millions, who humble and nameless,. ; . .      ,.    ,..'      ,.'  The straight hard pathway trod,  Bome call it Consecration,  And others call it God;  A Pionewr "Muck Raker."  In a double sense the late Dr. W.  H. Russell, former war correspondent  Di the London Times, was a pioneer.  He was the first to make a hit with  accounts of. battles "written on the  spot," although with him, as it was  with his imitators, the legend was  a fiction. No man can see a battle and  write about it at the same time. Rub-  tell took in the points in the fiold and  then wrote his story in a carriage  wliile traveling to the mail or telegraph statirn. He made his mark, in  the Crimean war, that struggle with  many surprises and horrors, too, and  blazed the way for the American co-respondents in the civil war.  Russell exposed the blunder whioh  led to the tragedy at Balaklava by  whioh the Light Brigade was sacrificed  to no purpose. Hia revelations with  respeot to that memorable action led  to an official investigation, and the  newspaper man was vindicated. After  Balaklava Russell's reputation stood  10 high at homo that he exposed the  suffering of the soldiery In the tents  tind hospitals at Sevastopol, due, to  official mismanagement, and raised a  ������torm of indignation throughout Kngland. The main trouble, with tho army  was tho cumbrous red tape and official  slowness to grasp tho truth and handle the situation without risking a  nrisis, Disease and hardship wrought  (earful havoc in tho British camps,  nnd but for Russell's eaustio pen  Florence Nightingale and her corps of  hursos would not havo entered upon  that great mission of relief which tins  ���������since furnished example to the whole  eivilieed world.  Tho timo came when Russell had to  be sensational to hold his audienpe,  and his mission to this eountry at  the boginning of the civil war was a  failure Ho was ncnlled by the London Times, although ho doubtless  wrote just the stuff tho majority of  Englishmen at home liked to read oi  tl.at time.  '7/ you'll watch my feet you'll see hot*  J do ������."  es, Soon Polly came back, glowing In  her bost gown and slippers.  "Why, of all things! What a foolish  child!" said ber mother. For answer  Polly wnltxed up and down the room,  singing gayly.  Sbe stopped before tbe glass aod be*  fin jn t^mit  Tfc&Jr,*.4bboM,   lbs  A Stetson ftorr.  Tlie lato John Stetson, famous lo hit  lay as a theatrical manager, was hav  lug d pcht built, and a friend, mooting  him on tho stroot, asked blm what  ue was going to name the boat "I  laven't doclded yet," replied John, "but  t will be some name commencing with  9, probably either Psyche or Cinch."  mldnigKrsays^he^PfiiladelpHla'R^"  ord, would be surprised to see what appears to, be white crape hanging from  hundreds of doors and bell knobs. Tbe  white thing ls not an indication of a  child's death, however, but merely a  bread bag that the baker supplies to  his customers, For years householders  had to put up wltb uncertainty about  their bread, not knowing whether some  of the numerous cats that make tbe  night less silent had Investigated and  pawed over their morning loaf. But  now the bakers, in order that their Customers might feel more secure, bave  provided these white bags, which the  housekeeper bangs on the doorknob at  night and tbe baker fills early In the  morning. #,,  France In Chin*.  More than eight years nave elapsed  since China granted to France a concession to build a railway from the  Tonquln frontier to Yunnanfu, the capital of tbe southwestern province, ���������  distance of about 280 miles. Labor and  climatic difficulties as well as a change  In 1004 of tbo original trace of tbe  Una have bad mucb to do with tbe delay, but work ls now proceeding all  along tbe new route, and It Is expected  that the railway will be open, as far as  Mengtiu In 1007 and be completed to  Yunnahfu, the terminus, ln 1008.~Lon-  dou Engineer,  C**onlslwr nn Ota Practice,  ft. T. Will, writing to Western Poul.  try Journal, says: I notico numerous  articles In tho poultry journals these  days explaining what "capons" are and  tbo methods of procedure In tho operation of capoulzlng. That cnponl&ing  Is not a recent discovery Is deduced  from tbo fact that Shakospoaro causes  Hamlet to mention capons In n con*  versntlon with the king, scene 2, act  8, so that "capons" wore known In the  slxteoon century and perhaps earlier,  Do Not Dose with Purgatives and  Weakening Medicines���������What People Need at This Season Is a Tonic  Not exactly sick���������but not feeling  quite well. That's the spring feeling.  You are easily tired, appetite variable, sometimes. headaches and a  feeling of depression. Or perhaps  pimples and eruptions appear on the*  face, or you have twinges of rheumatism or neuralgia. Any of 'these indicate that the blood is out of, order,  that the indoor life of winter lias leifc  its mark upon you and may easily  develop into more serious trouble.  Don't dose yourself with purgative-  medicines in the hope that you cans  put your blood right. Purgatives*,  gallop through the system, and;  weaken instead of giving strength.  What you need is a ionic medicine'  that will make new, rich, red blood,  build up the weakened nerves and.  thus give you new health and  strength, And the one medicine to*  do thi.3 speedily and surely is Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. Every dose o������  this medicine makes new, rich blood  which makes .weak, easily tired and?,  ailing men and women feel bright,,  active and strong. If you need a.  medicine this spring try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and you will never  regret it. This medicine has cured*  thousands in every part of the world"  and what it has done for others it.  can easily do f������r you.  The headquarters for the genuine*  Dr. Williams* Pink Pills for Paler  -People-in���������Ganada���������is-BToekvillef-0nti--  So-calied pink pills offered by companies located at other places in Canada are fraudulent imitations intended to deceive. If your dealer  does not keep tne genuine Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People sendl  to Brockville, Grit., and the Dr.  Williams Medicine Co. will mail the*  Eills to you at 50 cents a box or sijc*  oxes for $2.50.  the*  Untrustworthy  Mistress���������Why don't youN   boll  eggs ?  Cook���������Sure, I've   no    clock in   the*  kitchen to go by.  Mistress���������Oh, yes, you have.  Cook���������What Rood Ib it?     It's    tern  minutes fast.���������Philadelphia Inquirer.  .Sleeplessness.���������When the nerves*  are^ unstyvrig and the whole body-  given \ip to wretchedness, when the'  mincl is filled with gloom and dismal',  forebodings, the result of derangement of the digestive organs, sleeplessness comes tb add to the distress.  If only the subject could sleep, there*,  would be oblivion for a while and!  temporary relief. Parmelee's Vegetable Pills will not only induce sleep,,  but will act so benoftcially that the  subject will wake refreshed and restored to happiness.  Most peoplo find fault with, their  neighbors In ordor to get even with*  nolg'hbors who find fault with them.  The llllnek Turkey,  The black turkey Is n native ot America. In plumage color It Is a lustrous  black throughout.' Standnrd weights;  Cock, 27 pounds; cockerel, 18 pounds;  hen, 18 pounds; pullet, 12 pounds. Disqualifying wolght; Cock, loss than 20  pounds; hen, less than 12 pounds,  The Dnat Hath for Winter,  If you have not already done 00  gutbor dust for the fowls' dpst batb  Oils winter. In the garden or plowed  field Is a good place, the dust bolng  mucb elennor than thnt In tbo road,  also more easily KiuiwreO.  e*m*-*m*t**mmmm*mmm** 1 -waemmanmrjt  His Part.  Magistrate (to witness)-! nndorstand  tbat you overheard tbt Quarrel between  tbe defendant sod bis wife? Wltoess-  Yes, su. Magistrate-Tell tbe court, If  foo can. what be seemed to be doinf,  Wltnsse-He seemed te be doln' tte  toteola'.   ,_  ���������v*& all tinmatW  aad bow������l dkotd-m.  Make* puny bsbisi  pluasaadioiy. Premti  by SOmit'McceMftl  ���������m. Atk your Avals  for If���������  ftnor ��������������� Moflwn' Treasure  -Jk-eUnWIUJ.  \Otmk_  Colic  Warranted im Otvm 9etMaott*vii  Qombautt's  Caustic Balsam  Hatlmltaton BulHoOwnpilltorj.  A Safe, Speedy and Poiltlrt Ours for  Sarb. tBlint Beamy, Oapnd Book.  JttSnti tnitu, Foundir. Wind  Txtttt, and all lamtsNi from Spavin,  Xisibn* W*-fth������ bow tmxtn,  gum all lUnUMaiiierTarMlWi.  Tunuft, JMj-lstliena, Hewcm *U  Sunebti fromXIontierCittli,  ������-ti.tfm������liT.,������e. Addwi."-JPMT# ,,WmUM-  Tht Uwranca* WUllsma Co.. Toronto, Ont, *"> ;"'"i'y',.v^Tt!;i?;|l;fe..l<.'  ft  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  A Lot  I of Bother  The starch that needn't ,  be cooked, .that won't  stick; .thatgives a brilliant gloss with almost  no iron-effort..isn't  that the starch you  ought to have them  use on your clothes T  Buy it by name.,  your dealer  sells it.  ,e  ������l  ������VffllVSIIffSfVl|l  y  '��������� Cerrhlde and Hornehlde.  ' A bide from a horse yields about  twenty pounds of leather, while that  ftom a cow gives thirty-five pounds.  ; Ronsh on the Unmarried.  I Tbe north Frisians are very unmerciful to people who don't marry. One of  their legends says that after death old  maids are doomed to cut stars put of  the sun when it has sunk below the  horizon, and the ghosts of the old bachelors must blow them up ln the east,  running, like lamplighters, all night up  and down a ladder.  Throat  Cough.  Ask your doctor about these  throat coughs. He will tell  you how deceptive they are.  A tickling in the throat often  means serious trouble ahead.  Better explain your case carefully to your doctor, and ask  him about yourtaking~Ayer's  Cherry Pectoral.  ki  We publiih our formulas  yers  _    Wa banlih aloohol  ir_  from our medlointi  Wa urea you to  ooniult your  dootor  Vho mskes tbe best liver pills? The  J. C. Ayer Company, of LowelL Mass.  They have been making Ayer's Pills for  ever sixty years. If you have the slightest doubt about using these pills, ssk  your doctor.   Do ss he says, always  i bf th* t, 0. Aysr Co., Lowell,  How Bnsrinnd tout Anrentfn*.  1 "Had lt not been for General Whit-  lock's disgraceful management of the  English army In 1806 Argentina, in  which ������850,000,000 of British capital Is  Invested, would have been a portion  of tbe British empire," said Major General Sir A. B. Tullock at a meeting of  the Royal United Service institution  .held tbe other day in London. ....  V. ,  Women of LnMa.  Women comprise two-thirds of thi  population of Lassa, tbe forbidden city  ���������of Tibet, and tbey conduct practically  all the business of the city.  : The Iteserve Flask,  A curious custom obtains in tbe  German navy when tho sailors, having  eerved their time; pass Into the reserve, They don tho "reserve flask"���������  also used on a similar occasion in the  army���������and parade tbo streets wearing  caps with ribbons which reach to the  ground, other ribbons being attached  to tbe canos tbey carry.  Are the Colonies Underrated.  One hoars^ this remark often reiter-  Med of late, it appears to be just  dawning upon the rank and file of  people in this country that the policy  of England regarding settlement of  respective claims between, Canada and  the United States has brought into being a feeling among young-Canadians,  which may prove a source of trouble  in the future. How far this is justified it is difficult to estimate, but  the present expansion Of Canadian  affairs in every direction appears to  be accompanied with a sort of awakening among English people as to  possibilities of the change in the centre of gravity within the British Empire. This may sound bombastic and  absurd, but British North America is  daily approaching closer to the mother  island, as the facilities for transport  and communication increase, and a  diminuation in the cable rates would  greatly accelerate the approach of the  two countries;���������The Toronto News.  HELPING MOTHERS  "I always tell my neighbors who  have cnildren how good I have found  Baby's 0\ra Tablets," says Mrs. L.  Reville, Gawas, Ont. Mrs. Reville  further says: "I would not be without the Tablets in the house, for I  know of no medicine that can equal  them in curing the ills from which  children so often suffer." It is the  enthusiastic praise of mothers who  have used the Tablets that "makes  them the most popular childhood  medicine in Canada. Any mother  using Baby's Own i ablets has the  guarantee of a government analyst  that this medicine .does not contain  one particle of opiate or harmful  drug. Sold by medicine dealers or,  by mail'., at. 25 cents a box from the  Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  The Order Changeth.  There is a touch of sadness in the  announcement that the Barnardo  Farm Home at Russell, Manitoba, 'a  to be permanently closed. For twenty  years the home has been a training  school to teach farming to the boya  sent out from England. Conditions  have so changed, however, that the  boys can be sent direct to the homes  of farmers, and the institution is no  longer necessary. Mr. E. A. Struth-  ers, who has been in charge of the  home since its erection, will now men-  age the distribution of Barnardo boyi  from the receiving home in Winnipeg. Mr. Strut' ���������**rs, who ia a cousin of  Mr. Irving ^truthers, the well-known  Montreal newspaperman, has manag.  ed the home with conspicuous success, and is regarded as a just and  kindly foBter-father by more men aud  boys than probably any other man i������  Canada. -  To whom it may concern: This is  to certify that I have used MINARD'S LINIMENT myself as well as  prescribed it in my practice where a  liniment was required and have  never failed to get the desired effect.  C. A. KING, M.D.  Tluer una V altare of the Sen.  If the "killer" whale is "the tiger of  the sea," as the writer of an interest-1  Ing article ln the September Windsor  has It, the orcas surely are the vultures  of the ocean. In connection with whale  catching the author of this Interesting  natural history article tells of the following Incident: Some years ago a  whaler in the northwest had killed a  large whale and had the animal alongside when lt was attacked by a school  of orcas. They doubtless were half  starved and, crazed by the scent of  blood that extended away a, long dls-  .tance,���������probably_followed-.it_up_like.  bounds, immediately attacking tbe  whale; The men, with spades and  lances, cut and slashed at them, Inflicting terrible blows, yet despite this  the orcas literally tore the,whale from  the ropes and carried it off. This certainly shows that the orcas, together  with a very fair share of intelligence,  are also creatures of extraordinary  courage.���������Dundee Advertiser.  :* Vereuner,  In Paraguay there are more tban  twice as many women as men. This  4s due to tbe fact tbat somo years ago  in a political revolution and a war  with Brasll and the Argentine Re*  public the men were almost exterminated.     ___������������������  BUok Leather Basra.  A block leather traveling bag can al*  ���������ways bo kept In capital condition by  ���������mixing one tablespoonful of sweot oil  with two tablespoonfuls of milk and  rubbing tbls well into tbo bag, After  lt has thoroughly dried lt should ba  ���������nollabed with a chamois loatber.        ���������������  Don't Be Fat.  My   New   Obesity   Reducer   Quickly  Changes Your Weight to Normal,  Requires  No Starvation  Process and Is Absolutely Safe  TRIAL   PACKAGE  MAILED  FREE  My new Obesity Reducer, taken at  mealtime, compels perfect assimilation of the food and sends the food  nutriment where it belongs.   It re-  winue WoW-iings."*  In China when a wedding Is about to  take place the calendar ls consulted,  and If the signs are not good the wedding Is postponed. Sometimes it is necessary to postpone the date several  times, and when the signs are auspicious lt generally turns out well. The  ceremony consists In drinking together  a cup of samshoo In the nuptial chamber. ���������   The Coconnot Tree.  A large cocoanut tree yields as many  as 100 nuts a year. Natives use the  nuts for dishes as well as for food.  IT iS PURE  THIS IS THE PARAMOUNT FEATURE OF  GREEN TEA  Free From Dust, Dirt and all Foreign Substances.  Lead    Packets   Only,   40c, 60c, and    60c    Per    Lb.   At   All    Grocers.  HIGHEST AWARD, ST. LOUIS, 1904  Preoccupied  First Horse, (attached to lovers'  sleigh)���������Let's run awry, Dobbin.  Second Horse���������What's the use?  They wouldn't notice it.���������Chicago  News.  "A Grand Medicine" is the encomium often passed on Bickle's Anti-  Consumptive Syrup, and when the  results from its use are considered,  as. borne out by many persons who  have employed it in stopping coughs  and eradicating colds, it ia more than  grand. Kept, in the house it is always at hand and it has no equal as  a ready remedy. If you have not  tried it, do so at once.  From February 1, 1904, to March  31, 1906, the railway's of Canada  killed 402 people, a large number of  whom were trespassers on the tracks.  METALLIC ROOFINGS  El LING  A Glimmering of Reason  It is the business of this country to  keep on friendly terms with all other  nations, England included, so far as  this ls possible. But lt is not the*  part of statesmanship to mrter that  the British spokesman (Ambassador  Bryce) must necessarily see everything  with American eyes or prefer the Stars  and Stripes to the Union Jack.���������Philadelphia, Bulletin.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  Never judge yourself by   the faults  of your neighbors.  Narrow Nostrils.  Very narrow nostrils are unsightly;  also they are dangerous, as they are  likely to discourage their owner from  breathing correctly���������that Is, through  the nose. The recognized surgical way  ofTreatlng'them'is to'wear iu-each-nos-^  tril for a short time dally a small piece  of sponge.  Lanfiraacre Changes.  So rapid has been the-change in the  English language that the English of  today bears no more resemblance to  the English of 1,000 years ago than: it  does to German.  Tbe Starfish.  The common starfish has five point*  ���������sometimes six. Specimens with more  ot. leeaarAigtrfimelT rare.   '  Sanskrit.,  ���������The  Sanskrit  language  is said  to  have about BOO root words.  Edmund Rich.  Edmund Rich ls held in reverent remembrance at Oxford, where one hall  has borne bis name since tbe middle  of the thirteenth century, standing almost /exactly on tbe actual site of the  school where Rich himself delivered  lectures ln tbe year 1210.  The Pesrl,  Tbe origin of tbe pearl is tho subject  of a Hindoo legend wblcb attributes  tbls beautiful formation to the fall of  s drop of dew Into tbe bosom of an  oyster gaping In tbe sun,  BEECHAM'S  PILLS  The  First Thln^  In the  Morning  The haphazard  use  of  a  remedy  will never discover its efficacy.  Try  Beecham's Pills morning and night,  TnH"notTlKe���������improvement~i rTyouF"  health.  Last Thing BEECHAM S  at  Might  Sold Everywhere. . In boxes 25 cents,  PILL?  Yoa cannot possibly havfr  '     a better Cocoa than  EPPS'S  A delfcioDS drink and a sustaining  food, fragrant, nutritious and  ecctomical. This excellent Cocoa  maintains the system in robust  health, and enables it to resist  winter's extremj cold.  COCOA  Sold by Grocers and Storekeepers  in Hb, and 4*Ib Tins. ;  Minister SpeaKs  to Mothers  Mia Bis Wife's Experience for tft*  Sake ef Other Snfferers.  The following letter has been sent  to Dr. T. A. Slocum, Ltd., for publication.  Dr. T. A. Slocum," LtattM -���������Dear Sin: Within-  the last $wo yeans my wife (who U of a. delicate*  constitution) haa had tiro tevere attack! of 1������*  grippe, both ot -which hava been ipeedUy corrected-,  by tne use of Psyehine. Vi e have such faith ln the  efficiency of your remedies that as a, family we*  use no other, for toning up a debilitated system,  however run down, restoring to healthy aotioa  the heart and lungs, and as a specific for all wasting diseases, your Psyehine and Oxor������ulslon an  simply peerless. Yours sincerely, Iter. J. i. Sim,  il walker Avenue, Toronto.  9 PSYCHINE, Pronounced Si-keen,  is a scientific preparation, having  wonderful tonic properties acting  directly upon the Stomach, Blood  and~weak~organs--of���������the���������body-  quickly restoring them to strong  and healthy action. It is especially  adapted for people who are run  down from any cause, especially  Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, LaGrippe,  Pneumonia, Consumption and all  stomach or organic troubles. It  has no substitute.       .  (PRONOUNCED Sf-KUN)  is for sale at all dealers, at 50c and)  $1.00 per bottle, or write direct to  Dr. T. A. Slocum, Limited, 179-  King St. W��������� Toronto.  There is no other remedy "Just-  as Good" as PSYCHINE.  Dr. Root's Kidney Pills are a sure snd  permanent cure for Rheumatism, Bright's  Disease, Pain in the Back and all forms-  bf Kidney Trouble. 26c per box, st all  dealers.  L  The Above Illustration Shows the Re*  markable Effects of This Wonder*  ful Obesity Reducer-What It  Hss Done  for Others It  Can Do for You,  quires no  starvation prooess.     You  can eat all you want     It   makes  muiolo, bone, sinew, nerve and brain  tissue,   and quickly   reduces    your  weight to normal,    It   takes oft the  big stomach   and relieves the compressed   condition   and   enables the  heart to aot freely and the lungs te  expand naturally and the kidneys and  liver to perform their functions in a  natural manner.    You will feel better  the first day you try this wonderful  home food.    Fill out coupon herewith  and mall today.  THE  FREE  This ooupon ii good for one trial  paokags of Kollogg's Obesity Re*  duoer with testimonials from bun*  Uieda who,.have been areatiy re*  duoed, mailed^ free ln plain package. Simply fill in your name and  address on dotted lines bolow and  mail to  P, d. KELLOQQ, 87 Kellogg Bldg.,  Battle Oreek, Mich.  VV.   N.   U.   Ne.   190  Salt In Italy.  In Italy tlie sale of salt Is a govern*  ment monopoly, its cost In thnt country being greater than that of sugar.  Every ono therefore usos It vory care-  ���������fully. It ls only for sale ln tho tobacco shops, and tbe privilege of kooplng  those Is greatly coveted, being a sort  of sinecure awarded to mon who In  other countries would receive a ponslon'  .for services to tbe government  Queen of the Barnyard.  Thirty-two million dollars is the  contribution of the oows ot Canada for  this year of grace, mado up of twenty-  five millions worth of butter sent out  of tbe country to help to teed the artisans ot England, and for whioh they  have paid pretty roundly. Of ooune,  this thirty-two millions ia not all, by  a good deal, Not all the milk was  sent abroad, and we at home bave  been beholden to the queen ot the  barnyard tor httttmr and millr ven nwwf  as well as for the millions that oome  in. Ho ail hail the oow; long may prosperity attend her.-Believillo Intelli*  feneer. ..  Onion Vrrteme,  Th* Tartars rntrnril onions, leeks end  garlic as perfumes, A lady of Tartary  will rub a piece of freshly cut onion on  bor bands and over ber countenance to  enhance ber attractions. ,  li  l>IIIIIIN(i  Company  r.om-MJGATLD  Tanltr That Comes fllati,  Most of tbe photographs displayed la  the windows of English photographers  are exhibited by request of tbe originals and at tbelr own expense. One  London photographer charges $2.80 for  potting a carte In a window and |5 fof  aosUaet ���������  IfcON  Toronto  Good Reasons  WHY OUR  Corrugated Iron  Is Preferred  by Thoia Wbo Know  We use only best Apollo or  English shsets.  The corrugations are prssssd  ona at a time���������not rolled-fitting  perfectly, both at ends and sldss  without wests.  No scale, pi* holes or other  defects are ever found In our  goods.  The galvanised sheets are  coated on both aides with ell the  galvanizing material that can ad*  here to them.  The painted sheets are coated  on both sides with best quality  paint.  We furnish any size or gauge  required���������either curved or  straight  If you desire durable quality  and certain economical aatlsfac*  tion, send us your specifications  or write for further Information.  NO CHEAP TRASH ���������THE   XEW������,  CTOflVRWLAXT*.   ElllTISH   COLUMBIA.  LAND ACT.  Skeena Land District  District   of  Queen  Charlotte  Islands,  TAKE notiee thai John F.fc. Embury,  <of Regina, Saskatehewan, Biirristor-at-  flaw, inteuds to apply for a special timber  licence over tho following desci*ib< d  Hands;���������situate oa tbo North side ut  Skidegatu Inlet, Graham Island.  Claim No 1���������Commencing  at a  post  planted ou the North Wost oornor of lot  16nltaugo4 running  north  i.0 ohuins,  east 1GU chains, south 40 chuius, wvst 160  ���������chains back to the place of   Ue^inuiug.  aud containing CiO aores more or less.  Dated May 4th, 1907,  JOHN   tf.L. EMBURY���������Applicant.  Carl G. JoHsijTOSB,  Agent,  ClaimNo. 2���������Commeuciug  at a  post  planted on  the North Wost corner of  Claim  No. 1,running North 40 chnins,  JEast 160 chains, South 40 chains, West  160 chains, bnck to the place ot beginning j  and containing 610 acres more or less.  X>ated May 4th 1907.  JOHN F, L. EMBURY-Applicant  Caul G. Joh.vstoxe, Agent.  01aimNo, 3���������Commencing at a  post  planted on the  North West corner " of  Claim No, 2, running North 40 chains,  Enst 160 chains, South.40 chains, West  160 chains, back to the placo of beginning, and containing 640 acros more or  Jess.  Dated May 4th, 1907.  JOHN W, l- -BMBURY���������Applicant  Carl G. Johnstone,'Agent.  Claim No, 4���������Commencing at a post  planted at the   North West coiner  ot  Claim1 No 3, running aouth 40 chaius.  West 100 chains, JJorth. 40 chains,   East  160 chains, back to the place  of beginning and containing 640 acres more or  jess.  Dated May 4th, 1907.  JOHN P. L. EMBURY-Applicant.  Gael G. Johnstonk, Agent.  ClaimNo d���������Commeociug afc a   post  Lplantol at-the South  K������*f> corner  of  Claim No 4, Tnnniug~Bourii~80���������ittaiOTr  WaatSD ohains, North 80 chains, East 80  chains, back to place oC beginning, and  eontaiuiug 640 acres more or less*  Dated May 7tb, 1907.  John F. L   EMBURY,-rApplicant.  Cabl G. Johnsxomk, Agent.  Claim No. 0.���������Commencing at a popt  planted at the North  West corner oi  Claim No- 4, running North 40 chains,  33ast 160 chaiuB, South 40 chuins, Wetsi.  160 fehains, back to place of beginuLg,  and containing 040 ��������� acres more or less,  Dated Stay 7tb, 15KJ7.  John if. h. EMBURY.-Applicant,  Cabi; G, JoijNSTONE,  Agent  Claim No. 7.���������Commencing ni a pent  ;> planted at  the North  Kant oorner  ot  Claim Ho. 6, rulauiug Houth 40 chain**,  West 160 ohains, North 40 chaius, Eiwt  ICO ohains, buck to place of beginning.  and continuing 640 acros moro or lo&s.  Dated May 7th, 100:.  JOHNE.L. ExMBUUY.-Aia-lioant.  CAJW/G, JOHNSTONJJ, Agoni.  Claim No 8-Commoncing at tt post,  plantod at the North East corner of  Claim No 7, runuing North 40 ohains,  West 100 chains, South 40 chuim, East  160 ohaius, buck to the place of beginning, and ooutuiuiijgk040 acres more or  160 chains, back to the place of beginning aud containing 640 acres, more or  less. ,  Dated May 8th, 1907.  JOHN F. L. EMBURY-Applicant.  Carl G. Johnstone, Ageut.  Claim: Ko 13���������Commencing at.F a post  planted at the North West  corner of  ClaimNo 12, running North 40 chains^  En*-*! 160 chains,.South 40 ohains, West  160 chaius. back to the plaee of beginuing  and containing 640 tiered, mqre or lees.  Dated May 8th, 1907.     ���������  JOHN P. L. EMBURY,���������Applicant  'CarlG. Johnstonk, Ageut.  ( Claim No. 14���������Commenoiug at ji post  planted   at the North West corner of  Claim No 13, running   North 40 chains',  East lGOcLains, South 40 chains, West  160 chains, back to the,   place of beginning, and containing (540 acres, more or  less. ���������.-.'*  Dated May 8th, I9C7.  JOHN P. L. EMBURY,-Applicant  Caui. il. Johnstone, Agent.  Claim No 15 ��������� Commenoing ut a post  plauted at the North.West corner of  Claim No 14, running ..North 40 chains,  East 160 chains, South 40 ohains, West  100 chains; back to the place of beginning, nnd containing 640 acres, more or  less.  Dated May 8th. 1907.  JOHN F. L. EMBURY���������Applioant-  Caki, G. Johnstone, Agent.  Claim No. 16 - Commencing at a post  planted at the North West corner of  Claim No 15, running North 40 chains,  East 160'chains. South 40 chains, West  160 chaius, back to the placa of beginning, and containing 040 acres, more or  less.  Dated Mav 8th, 1507.  JOHN P. L. -EMBURY���������Applioant.  Carl G. Johnstonk, Agent,  Claim No 17 ���������Commencing at a post  planted at a post 80 chains distant from  ihe North West'corner, of Claim 16 in an  eastern direction from said North West  'corner miming North 80 chains, East, 80  chains, South 8!) ohain-*, West 80 chains,  brick to the place of'beginning, and containing 640 acres nioro or less.  Dated May 8th, 1907.   '  JOHN F. L. 'EMBURY.-Applicant.  Carl G. Johnstone, Agent.  '     v f*  Campbell's  J TURNOVERS, TARTS,  <$> CHEESE CAKES, ,  FRUIT  SQUARES <������>  upsrasannmaMtyesrii  Mm?*  vti  25ctS  ���������per  ������lo������.  CREAM PUFFS.       30q doz.  MEAT PIES  Every Saturday  3 for 25c  '&  BAKE  TYmmMum  Barrister and Solicitor  and  Notary Public  Conveyancing  GuitelaM     B. C.  Lamb  ..-���������>:���������  ������\m  r/*  y* UNBREAKABLE FIRE-POT  The lower portion of a fire-pot is usually nearly  or partly filled with dead ashes, leaving the live,  red-hot coals in the upper part.   The result is that  the upper portion expands much more than the  lower.  This uneven expansion causes a strain  too great for a onc-jficce fire-pot to 'stand.  Sooner or later it will split, allowing precious  heat   and   sickening   gases   to  escape.  But the tire-pot of the Sunshine  is constructed to ir.eet this >qn-  dition. It is in two sections. The  ���������upper half expands, as much as  ncccssaiv, it.depcn'dcntly of the  lower. When cool, it contracts *  back to its original size, tilting  to the lower half perxctly.  And this strong, unbreakable,  gas and heat-tight, two-piece  fire-pot is just one of, thc many  supei ior features of the Sunshine.  If your local dealer does not handle tlie,  "Sunshine," write  direct  to  us for FREE"  TOHffn      BOOKLET.  *.*?.  KSi  m  UPPER  NRE  POT  [LOWER1  IFIRE  POT  11  im  ~o���������  Dated May 7th, 1007.  JOHNF. h. KM HU 11V-Applioant.  Caw, Ci, Joiinhtoni:, Agont,  Claim No. 0-Commencing at a  pout  planted   at tho Norih Earn oornor of  Claim No 8 rniining Nortl������ 40 chaina,  WoBt 100 ohalnB, Houth 40 chains, East  ICOohaiiiB, bnck to tho place or begin-  nfjiK, and containing (UO iioioh mora or  less.  Dated May 7th, 1007.  JDHNF.U KMliUUY, ��������� Applioaut,  , OAUI.O. JoilNKi'ON*:, .\>.'i*llt.  ClaimNo. 10-���������Conimundng ot a pout  planted ������u the North Went corner of  Claim No fi, miming North 40 ohuiuu,  J^tiit 1G0 chains, South ���������10 ohiiitiH, Wost  JflO clm'uia, back to tlm place of beginning aud containing f 140 iuswh moro or lens  Veto,} Mhv Hlh. |(Hi7.  JOHN F.T^. KMIWIIY-Appltonnt.  Cunt' ft. Johnstonk, Agent,  CWni No, IT-Commencing at a post  planted nt tho North Went oorner td  fllftim No JO ruining N//rt)i 11) ������h,u������������,  Kant lOOclmiiin, Ho<ith Hi oIiuhih, Wohi  IOOcIuujih, bank to tlm plimo of beginning and contain iug 040 ucroa moro or  low  JiattYlaluyHih.im,  JOHNF. h, KMBUI1V ��������� Appllmnf.  Caw. O, .loii.vriToNK. Agout.  Claim Nu. 12  Oomimni-int; mi ������ f**t  planted ut tho Nrrtli \V<a c<irm������r of  Clnim No U, running North   In ch������iui������.  R������tt jeOrhmiiH, Niptii hi ri,aim., Wt*t  Mr ancl 'Mrs Harrison.   The  Mayor,   Mrs   Bish   and   family.  Miss Graham,   were  passengers  on last -night's boat.  NOTICE.  'To 'Builders, Ranchers?   Car  neuters and the public ru general  A great opportunity for those in  need of Hardware.  We have decided to close out  our shelf aud heavy hardware to ',  make room for other lines aud  are prepared to give the public  great reductions to effect this  purpose.  Avail yourself of this   chance  before it is too late.  The Big Store.  Simon Reiser & Co. Ltd.  Cumberland.  2t 22M  NOTICE.  NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a special meeting of  the Licence Commissioners to be  held ut Courtenay, B. C. the  date of which will be published  I.] day;; before the said meeting,  I intend to apply for n transfer  of the liquor licence I now hold  to Hull liquors by retail at the  Riverside Hotel situated on Lots  55 and 58 town of Courtenay, to  Otto H. Keclmcr,  Dated thisiHth day of May. 1907  MICHAEL l'likE/..  3t 15M  Until further notice we quote   beef  by the quarter as foljows  Fore Quaktrr    -   -"  -   9cts  Hind Quarter   -   -   -   lOcts  J. McPHEElTSONS  I.Junsmuir Ave. Cumrerland.  ' .NOTICE  Having disposed of-my Hotel  "Business^ ffie~~���������RiWrsfde,���������in-  Coui'teuay, all persons owing nif:  must pay their accounts on or  before June ist or same will be  placed in the hands a solicitor  for collection.  M. PEREZ.  3t   29m.  ���������i���������ni������m>imnmnwi������ri <m������iW������  I  London* Tortmto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver, St. John, N.B^  C. H. TARBELL Sole Agent.  TKE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Capital. 83.JKO.000  RkskrVe, 84,390,000  Asskts,   $45,400,000  DEPfBiTs, $32,400,000  The Manager of the Royal Bank of Canada  will he pleased to serve those  who   believe   in  Money  and placing it where it will earn Interest.  Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.  A B. NETHERBY,  Managkk-  The Ambulance Class of 1907  called ou Dr Gillespie and pre  seuted him with a Gold Headed  Cane with the following inscription. "Presented to J. A. Gillespie by Ambulance Class of 1907.  Found���������A lady's fur on May  24th,    Apply this oflice.  Dr. D. E7 Ken��������� Dentist will  make his next visit to Cumber-  laud June Sth, He will beat  Courtenay from June ist to the  {���������'th. Those desiring work doue  are requested to make appointments during the first days.    '  We learn that Mr. Smith of  the firm of Rutherford, LeMess-  urier and Smith, Real Estate  Dealers in Vancouver, will iu  company with Mr. T. F Dobson, late of Courtney, Comox,  pav lis a visit in the near future  and will show a fine selection of  lots, in Mt. Pleiisnnt, Hastings  townsitcand the East End. All  desiriousof investingin Vancouver Real Estate should be prepared to meet these gentleman  when they call which will, be a-  bout May 31st.  Do you require one for Victoria Day? We have the largest stock this side of Nanaimo.   ��������� ���������������������������'  Give Os a Call.  J McPhee & Sons  Kr*9*^ imi 1 iii ���������mn������������������ ���������'��������� ������������������������������������"���������imi  mi���������-in 1 ��������������������������������������������� n���������^MP������^m>iiii������ii���������w���������^^���������������^wi������^������������M������^WM^������a���������WIMiWi������ !���������������������������n>������*ipi  ".y  Fricke,  n   photograph trom  K.A1DA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAlLOIl.MA!)ECOSTtTME8 A SPECIALTY  SUITS CHADB TO   ORDER AfiD  IN ANV STYUH YOU U1IS8,  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prioes From $20 to $40.  ki  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  Comox  Co-Opettative  Society.  BUTCHER  SHOP  Dealers iu all kinds  of Meat.  A fresh atoek of Vwgvtabks in season.  F. AITKEN, Manager  |     If your watoh does not give satis-  | faction bring it to���������  STODDART, tlie Jeweler,  More watches are ruined by unskilled workmen than years ot wear

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