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The Cumberland News Jun 7, 1910

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 /   <"  J  /<--,  .'   / -'  ...ium mmvi n������am������*i ���������ww.'w-g" ���������  ^JW^<6ww*isw|i^������^c'aftWB'WW^y'fi������Ja������'-gi.>ii"r%     ^���������.x^f.iT^T^MBuT^iiWU'u.  ^^���������^m^-mm'^^^���������^.^.w.^^yiwfffl^^  *-*foj**wwffip,w^"^y * T^ -' fy^^^^^  '���������**���������  .^���������*  ���������','.!,  /*>���������%  -  s  V  '(.*���������  v.--  ������"\  "\  '<X  a.  c*  $"  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,   TUESDAY, JUNE 7,    1910  Subscription-*i;00 a Yk*k.  THE BIG  JvlNM**^*****-  JUST A FEW OF MANY  Specials for Pay-Day.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Men's Summer Underwear  ^Ye have too many lines, and are clearing tliem out at  BARGAIN PRICKSj  Mens' stainless black cotton hosd  Reg. 20c, per pr., to sell while they last at 2 prs for 25c!  Men's Wash lies  35 doz., splendid assortment, at 3 for 25c.  Boys' Suits and Pants  25 per cent, off���������we have a new shipment due to arrive^  any time, and so must-make room.  Corsets Your cboice ������f *s������ prs'at actual cost.  Dinner Plates, meat Platters etei  Broken lots to clear ont at any price.  Fresh shipment of Strawberries,  Cherries, Oranges, Lemons,  ��������� ^..J������J..J..J������>J..J~J^JmJ..J..J..J������J.>J.iJi.J..J..J..J������JwJ.  COOKED MEATS.  ^l||M|#l|a*|-4^M|������i|*M|l^H|ii|ia|n|ii|ii|M|N|������|ll|il|llf|  "Simori Leisef & Co., Ltd.  wnraKS3iJW������B7-"*'��������� *.iw*%:-.,-  THE CORNER STO:  We Have Now in, a   LARGE STO' *  ' SUMMER GOODS.  Waiting For VOUR INSPECTION.  .,������.  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Urewing Company's HEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines nnd Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  siiraneu from tlio provincial gov--  ornment that they will givu 81)000  toward newer coimtnietiun, pi'ovi.  ding tin* city mine 820,06)0 wa*  welt received Hml favorably coin-  nit'iiU'i) upon, with tlio uxeup  tion of a few "Doubting Thorn*,  ���������wen''.   Among   thu   prominent  liin patron* bore, do not suffer iHl>c,ft,WH *���������������'<���������> ���������>���������'*��������� Gillespie ami  through hlMihuoneo in  Nanaimo.! Mtictmnght..n,   T,   K.   Dato,  and as tunnl (ivory attraction  will  In- fliut-clius,  Managtu* GurtU. uf tlio Kl'ictrio  Tlioatvt't arrived from Nanaimo on  Sunday morning and returned  tho same day. Mr. (Jiutis roportn  n very fltieceMful owning of hi������  now theatre at that city, and i������*  ���������anguine of ���������uucow in hi* vontnro  thoro.   Mi'. Curtis   will  lee that  Public Meetings.  Tlio public ntoutingci held on Sat*  will very materially leweu tho tax  atf first proposed,  Aftor Monday night's meeting  the Council met and decided to ox-  tend the time of voting on the bylaw to Monday, June 20th.  The communication received  from the Provincial Secretory reads  as foi I owu:  Victoria, ist June, 1910.  D. R. MacDonald, Esq,,  Mayor,  Cumberland, B. C.  Re Sewage System, City of  Cumberland.  Sir:���������Your letter of the 10th  ultimo, addressed to the Honour  able Mr. McBride, was -submitted to the Executive Council ar  its meeting yesterday, and after  a careful discussion of the matter  I am instructed to say that the  K.\ecniive Council arc willing io  assist the City of Cumberland in  the establishment of u sewage  system on the following conditions: Provided that the City  can show a borrowing power tn  the extent of tao.ooo.oo, the K.v  ecutive Council would grant the  *um ot .Vyooo,()o tpwards the  completion of tiie sewage system  The reasons lor this action of  the Executive Council are. tli.V  they are aware of the small  area of the town, aud also of tin*  sniailness of the income derived  from assessments, and they feel  jus ified,althou(4h there u no precedent for such action being taken.  The   Sqooo.oo    will   include  share, for foo.tba'1,.  Now sir, our fire brigade is at  the ready and willing service of  every householder in tlie City,  when occasion calls, aud the unanimous opinion is, that if any  oue deserves the lion's share as  a prize it is them; but they do not  ask for auy favor of that kind,  simply that they are treated fairly and not put off with as little  as possible; they show the right  spirit by demanding this, aud  the public will support them.and  unless they are so treated, will  iu future give a prize specially  for them, iustead of subscribing  to the general fund, for as firemen no body of met: are moro  respected than they. Cumberland is proud of them.  CITIZEN.  Our stock of MEN'S, WOMEN'S & CHILDREN'S  CANVAS  SHOES  IS GREAT���������we have them in all colors and qualities.  BEGINNING,   SATURDAY NEXT, JUNE   ELEVENTH,  WE ARE OFFERING A SPECIAL, DISCOUNT   : IS per cent, off Air Shoes :   For 2 Days Only, Saturday and Monday.  J.N. McLEOD  Dunsmuir Avenue, CUMBERLAND, B. C  M  WEDDING GIPTS  nriwwrniw-inniiiimMrroi��������� mta(ir*,m mmft  *g&  CUT GLASS AND SILVERWARE  Tasteful and Desiruble Articles-1, Appropriate,  Omnmental and .Useful.  (V)  ft  ���������=���������=-Al3tr=ISfEW'=aoODS ���������  It will Pay You to Examine them.  8  "fir  I  fi)  E3ST(3-K/^._7*I3SrG3-  8  HUGH BEZER, from Regent Street, Loudon, Eng- ft  laud,   is doing all kinds of hand engraving work in   our ������>  store, so bring your jewelry and have your monogram etc. $  nicely hand engraved. <������j  A special line of Dutch Collar and Belt Pius; the lat- ���������������>  ,eSt designs from New York, will afford a great attraction. f-\  Thes*. beautiful pius are of a silver and gold satin finish. (y.  Each article is hand engraved, the engraving cutting <S;  through the satin finish shows the letter iu clear   bright (jo  <������)  effect, producing a beautiful and artistic combination. (���������;  xy          A special price for watches, Highest class work (  ������     At STODDART, Tlie Jeweller.  onlv.  ������  Next ;loor to iho Roval Bank of Cauudu, Gum'* . \ind.  and boys' wear ot the very best  quality, and when they arrive  the firm will have one the best  t  displays of any firm in town  Telegraphic.  Victoria, B C, June 7.���������D. D.  Mann, vii-eprwidenlof the Garni*  dinn Northern Railway, left, for th������  oast yeMnrday, inteudinp to teturn  to thc Cons-t in about four weulcs  when 11 decifiun will have ln������i*ii ar-  the  punt fifteen y iv/.    '.  ,  hoppitii'l to-dty, n������'  Mr. FiiclMi'dMii., .... .  Iloyal Bank litre,   ,..u������   ,j,tn  h'TQ li)' lit* fl'iciiUS   i'\A   11.',-., .  Ivnvcr  for New W'tMu���������*,.   >  COpt tho poviti'ili 'it id nr.-;JiT  ftoyol Bank in ihat "itvt  -  a    ���������  SOME FISH ING  ['���������  Comli, K. I'arli'idgii,  <���������}, Peacock,  Hugh Mitchell, AhWiinm Sicwmt  and   Aldormiin  McIahwI.    It wm  ulmont thn unanimous feeling   uf  tli������  meeting,   that  a  ^uuihuUu  should be tvotired from the Water  Company, tlmt the raf������ of 25c jh-r  ������ir<my huh .Momiay uicitingf"  lai-i. 1111011U1 t u* each toilot,   would  not I the $3000,00   already  promised IK  lo eoiiMdwr aud iliwiiM the bawuri in future Iw inontuwl.  nlno   that ] towards tne iw>tnlirtion ol a ������u-w 1"  Imn By-Uw, wore well uttmidod. | tlio loan, or any portion of it, can I cr 1,0UI thc Government lluild- j  Mayor Ma������l>onnld being   fn   the j he paid off in lenM tluin twouty-five j '"^  ehitlr.    The mcethtf waR a Jlvuly yi-urs If the ������iitv u ut it  |i-miii..nt..  ������ne. qiutt) m iHttnlwr of   |iiv������pi?ity do no, no provision Mug made in  holder* taking part In the di#eu*   the by-law to that effect.    Very  ���������ion.   Tlm feeling of   the   'i;e������t   fmv prewmt but wi*r������ in   favor of  fugs were decidwlly in  favor of a nii   up-to-dnto  w)\v������rHgi������  syniom,  po*tponoiii������ntol voting ilav 'intho and HuknowMgml iln* m-oiwhy ol  by.l������w, to give time to go ii* ��������������� th* i������, bm tlwy wwliml in aw it wife  mutter wore fully, nmiiy  of  the gunrdtid, ������> Umt il,t*i������������   wmld   i.i>  trnmxVer* stating tlmt if thtr l.y 1*������r Wo trutilib or  extra ta.xnti..ti in  wn* voted on a* ������rr*ntf������������d, it wm ijw futuiv,     Tho Mvyor   ������t������t������*i|  tnw to Int defeitrJ,   but   if   two %hnt ������������������wing  U>  the  AN ENTERPRISING   FIRM.  Mr. Tims. Ciirtwright, of thc  firm of Rickson & Cartwright. of  this city, has just returned from  a bunintcs trip to Vancouver,  where he has been purchasing  ���������joods for the Kail trade. Mr.  Cartwright is nu ������*xjH'rieuei*d  buyer and during his trip made  arrangements to have the vt ry  latest goods iu Rent's furnishings  Mi-ssrfi li, W, liiiiiuy, C. tiimii,  U. (Jrant m., U. (Jrant jr. nnd  rived nt rclativoto tho route of .h,j''������������"^ ������<���������>���������������<> 'f tamed frr.m a hAt  ViotorUand Karlcley Hound div:������.|������"g trip to Homo lake, on Mon-  ion of the V X. H. and contract*!day evening, not with t'ut prover-.  for the liMt suntio'i will be awarded i bial ''live lodves and  tw.* tihhes",  Ottawa, O.'it,. June 7. Kir Wil-' but with I'.'.j poiindu of "hpt'ekled  frcd Laurier l������-aves fur his weMprn j biniiiiitii*, um' (IrIi w������'i*ilii;ig tiv.-  trip on Julymh. The I'ri-inicr !a,���������| ��������� ]m|f .mmU. Ko Hhh ymi.,  will vi-it VaiH'onvcr ntul Viotori't. :,;,|N  Aldurshot. June 7. -It i������  1 **|n*rt* .     0 ,   , - ,  ed that two ba tin I inns <������f   jufHtitrv '    MM    ,,    t,    1,    .���������,���������  .        ,    * .     1 he *-���������   I .    I',    l'<**'  and   a csvatrv Je^iment havo Imen  urdereil ,��������� l^vpt. .e,������������������,,,H| ���������,..������������������ 1,..    Nanaimo. It.(!��������� Jun������i 7.--.Mr. K !io" |!i')' lor tlw 1'iU'F"'"  W. Cii-c, o Mu. lit i.t X������nH|...o.f..rl������������meii..i, w:k i.i.rho new m-Ih-im.  ft   parts*  of e'ii.-  ] hnve the honor to be Sir,  .u,     U.1U11V.IH   .'rt.1 >nll.,  H. K. YUUKCi,  1'rovincial isectctary.  govnrtiiiietit  **���������-.*.������ .������T.-nrf.#n tt thttei n-t-n* ra,mi������,g tw U,e eii#%*������ ni<i ro u���������,���������.r.  **im*\***, it *******. ������Uiul ��������� K^������i QM,yf |H|| ^j5Wi} nf uwnmc,j  thmttej et Mngmrrietl,   Tlw ���������������- mmy w���������mW U.  r4Mluir*..l, ������I.jrh  June 7U1, 1910  I*!d*''\r y.:\.:..  Sir: ���������In tegard to the enntest  between   the spoils' coJiimiUtt,  ���������Hid the Firemen, n* to the tteat  meut  iiccotdvd to the htigade,  thc-r-t- ������re no two opinion* at   t������>  the frtirtit-f* nf thr* F*'f*f*br)i <-. i-r.jn  pUint, except it is by a clique.  who always try to g*i the Ue*'*  Children's Wasl] Suits  Limmrnl     Z������wLJ3        LJW till-*     U^U.CJ        k-JS-ltUU^  JUST IN Owing to tlu* late amv.il of these  goods we have marked tli������rn at a small margin  above coi,t U>   lirpose. of th \\\ al! this M.ivtn,    Makr.  w^Jfti*   -**  '^1  ������������������<  your selection now while tlu.  >:*k;; aad -m/.;* arc well  . . assorted, priees $1.50, 1.75. ?, 25, 2.50 . .  Carpet Squares below co&t all this week.  CAMPBELL BROS,     a  ii  # ���������  ZirA-jL  t-j  mp lm*    ,  m*      .������..��������� .*��������� A THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Tuberculosis  Plenty of fresh air,  sleeping out-doors and a  plain, nourishing diet are  all good and helpful, but  the most important of  aliis  Scott's Emulsion  It is the standard treatment prescribed by physicians all over the world  for this dread disease. It  is the ideal food-medicine to heal the lungs  and build up the wanting  body.  FOR SALK BY ALL DRUGGISTS  Bend 10c., mmm* at paper aad tttla ad. tor  oar beautiful 8������'iom Bank end Ohlld'o  SUu'toh-Bonk. Kitoh beak eoateiaa a Qood  LucK Itmmnj.  SCOTT A BOWNX  126 Wellington St., Woet. Torasato, O**.  A "Shady"  Place   '  An hotolkeepor near Now York city  is a Frenchman, umi his family know  little moro about English thnn he  dbes. His suburban liot'l stiiad.s in  the centra of a square field with huge,  trees. When the proprietor wanted  lo call attention to this advantage he  put on his cards: "The most shady  hotel around New York." The reputation of thc placo i.s beyond reproach  and the propreitor does not know yet  why so many persons smile when  they read the line quoted.  PEERESSES AND THEIR HEIRS.  Trial is Inexpensive.���������To those who  suffer from dyspepsia, indigestion,  rheumatism or any ailment arising  from derangement of the digestive  system, a trial of Parmelee's Vege-  _tab!e���������Eills���������is���������rJiBtHnmiurdddv���������sliould  the ���������sufferer be im'icouaintcd with  them. The trial will be inexpensive  and the result will b-.another customer for this exc. 1 ent medicine. So  effective is their action that many  euros can certainly be traced to their  use where other pills have proved ineffective.  Dismal Prospect for Rich Women  In   Amei'ici   tlvro  are   twelve   women worth nil th������. way from II to B5  millions of ���������doilnrn, and none of them  .subscribe to this piiper.   lt i.s surnris. I  ing how lucky some women are.   It is j  probable tlinl none   of   these   Indies i  woud  have ������  roup-e if they  hud  to I , ,  lake in washing and keep a man fori same   name   settled   at   Wentworth  carrying parcels.   Still wealth is flr;cl-i Woodhouse, nenr Sheffield, and now  ing, and in o*u> hundred ynr.s from  now none of thesi* ladies will have, n  dollar.���������Greenwood  Ledger,  Many   Notable   Englishwomen   Hold  Titles In Their Own Right.  !    While so many women are agitating  ! for their "rights" it is of interest to  , know that a great many of the gentler  j sex  hold  exalted  positions in  their  , own right in Kngland, and do not ile-  I rive1 their titles from their husbands.  j At present there are a number of peer-  I esses in their own right���������sixteen to be  j exact,   the  one  whose  peerage  is  of  I the greatest antiquity being Lady tie  j Hos whose barony���������the premier barony of England���������was created by Si-.  i mon de Montfort when, after the battle! of Lewes he summoned Kobert de  Hos by writ in the King's name, to  Parliament.  Lady de Ros was the only child of  the late Lord de Ros, who died rather  more than two years ago. Her husband is a brother of Lord Dartrey,  and she has three daughters -r- the  Hon. Mrs. Ross, the Hon. Maude  Dawson and tlie Hon. Mrs. Wade  Palmer. Having no brother, these ladies are co-heiresses to their mother's  barony, for it is a peculiarity of English baronies by writ that primogeniture among females is ignored. All  daughters are equal co-heiresses, and  not one of them can obtain the title  until she becomes the sole heiress.  But this is not all. Mrs. Ross has  two sons, and Mrs. Wade Palmer has  two daughters and the barony may remain in abeyance until the descendants of the original co-heiresses have  dwindled down to one person. Because of this peerages have sometimes  remained in abeyance for centuries.  However, the King has a prerogative.  He can at any time lie chooses confer the dignity on any one of the coheirs.  Two peeresses are minors, Lady  Beaumont and Lady Clifton of Leighton Bromswold. The first Baron Beaumont was the grandson of John de  Brienne, who held the glorious dignity of King of Jerusalem. After being in abeyance for more than 300  years the barony fell in 1840 to a  Yorkshire Roman Catholic gentleman,  Miles Thomas Stapleton of Carlton.  His son and successor married a  daughter of the late Sir Charles Tempest and when he died, fourteen years  ago, he left a little girl, who was  scarcely more than, a year old. Less  than three weeks later another girl  was born. The barony was called out  of abeyance in favor of the elder child  "before she was" two years olZT * ~"  But Lady Clifton is the baby among  peeresses in their own right. She was  born at the beginning of 1900, and before she was twelve months old her  father's death made her a peeress. The  heir presumptive 'is her uncle, Lord  Damley.  On the death of the late Lord Lovelace, three years ago, his only child,  the great-granddaughter of Byron, became Baroness Wentworth in her own  right. This barony has been held by  baronosses more often than any other.  First conferred on Sir Thomas Wentworth, Chamberlain to Edward VI.  and a connection of the family of the  THIS HINT MIGHT  SAVE YOU MONEY  Very often the cheapest and poorest j  .production yields most profit.   Some  ; dealers with their own profit in view  itry  to  "push"  inferior  preparations  I when Zam-Buk is asked for.     They j  jtalk about "just as good," or "practically the same," etc. j  Not  one dealer knows whnt  is in j  'Zam-Buk!     lf   any   dealer   tells   you  that something else is "just as good,"  ask him how he knows!  Besides, the imitation i.s never as  good ns the ecnuin������ article. When  buying Zam-Buk, therefore, he sure  and see tho name on the packet. The  | name is protected by law, and therein  lies your SiiL-ty.  i Man of High  Ideals  I    "So you don't care   to   encourage  'that young poet   with   his   ethereal  ideas?"  interrogated the cigar" sales-  1 man. *    ,   ������  ..  I "I don't care, a continental nbout  ! his ethereal ideas," growled the groc-  1 eryman.  .Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia!  '    "What   do  you  consider  the  most  crying need of the diy?"  ,    "I don't know, but if you had snid  ' the most en-ins* need of lha right 1  should  have  said   sterilized  milk."���������  <��������� Detroit Free Press.  Muscular Rheumatism Subdued,���������  When one i.s a suffer"!' from muscu-  1'ir rheumatism he ennn ,t do better  than to have Vic teuton iubb'-d with  Dr. Thomas' Eclectr'c 0:1. There is  no oil thnt so speedily shows its effect in subduing rain. Let the rubbing be brisk and continue until ease  is secure!. Theri> is more virtue in  n bottle of it than can be fully estimated.  Golfer���������The day  I  get  rou"d these  links   in   under  n   hundred   I'll  give  lyou'a shilling, Smdv.  Oa'Vlje���������H'io  "ill   1   want  it   when.  I'm  drawin', me old age     pension?���������  , Puncii.  Your Drugeist Will Tell You  Murine Eye Remedy relieves Sore  Eyes, Strengthens Weak Eyes,  rio^sn't Smart, Soothes 'Eye Pain,  and sells for 50c. Try, Murine in  Vour Iv/es and in Baby's Eyes for  Scalv Eyelids and Granulation.       1  j    Mwr"Jfms���������'MntiaTi^  perfected   a   wonderful   in-ention."  j    "in. Tims���������"What i- it?"  j    Mrs. Jims���������"A    levolving    hat;    it  iwoiki  so'that  th"  congregation  can  see all sides of it."  I Minard's Liniment tor sale everywhere;  !   "I see,.Mary, that, in our citv there  lis to he co poheennn br every 521  inhabitants." .���������aid the Inly of the  house.   "Don't lcow and don't enre "  '���������was the maid's reply,   "I've got mine  i already,"  The first trust in the United States  to puss the $lfi,000,i;(i0 murk in capital ir.n. tion wns the United Slates  Leather company, organized in 180.1.  Hr capital  st ek  combined  with  an  issue   of   bonds  000,01)0.  (iinouiitul   to   $|!.{8,-  Out in the Cold !  IWorr ii snilm- is forty lm has sail-!  cd in every s a in t u* wi rid, but he  him no lioine 1'oinfoitn, iiii ri'prt'hi'utii. i  lion in parliament, no vote. Sir Erii-���������  est Sliiickleton. j  Tlm Ohief hubby  ol  tin* Sultan  of i  /.Hnzibnr, who wns educntcd in Kng-  lish  coHcye*.  U cull cling clucks, of  which he has a lnrye number,  BANISH PIMPLES i  AND ERUPTIONS;  In the Spring Most People  Need a Tonic Medicine.  If you wnnt  new health  and  new]  fttri'iigth   in   the   spring    yuu    must1  hulld   up  ymir  bin nl   with    a    tonic  medicine.    V 'Mowing the long indoor.  Winter   IIUUI! ll-   tll<������*l    |i-*ii|'Ic   fi'i'l   de.,  pri'HKi'd and eimily tired.   Thii tin'inm  that the blood j* iiii|miv nud watery.  It. in tin- .-t dc    if    the   blond    Ihnt]  ciiums p inp en nut  uu-iifl'llv    eruptions,   to thj������ Kiniie condition i, dim  attack* of rlu iimntiMii nnd  luiiilmuo-  the Aittrtt Miihhiiiir \ititt'. of scintlen .  nml   luiiriilgii;   poor   nppi'titi",   Ire-  qiieiil  hen Inches    nnd    n    di-in*   to |  iivojil .x'rti'i'i     Ymi enn't cnr��������� t'\iv  troubles by the use   of   purgnlives; j  you  iiii-d  n   I >nlo and  a  tonic only,'  nnd iiiiiong   nil   iivili'-iii-������t   then* i*  none  enn  eqnnl   Or   V illnmis'   Pink  PiIIh    for      their    to ie,     life-giving'  nerve  ri'itorleg  power*.    Every  dose,  ot   thin   mi-'Ui'in.'   nuiki*   new,   rieli I  tijnntl,  which  drive*    out  iinpiiritii**, |  ��������� i   ,   ���������  ������.������.*������l..4i������,l  -.        '    .      ������ (. .....ll,        .1'.   I !���������...   ^  ti ff'"1Wtt* >if new tio'dlh and niter**".' to1  wenk, tired out, ni ing men, twuin n ;  and cluldri it. ll you are hrling out |  nf *nrU giv>' th<������ medicine it trial, il <  will not di* ippninl vim. Mr I'.tiil i  f!liHrboruii'iui,    a    yntit-R    iiuim    well ]  ktl'tVMi   ill   llm   l.i.MI     of     SI        |. luilli', !  yui'.,   i    i.in.  ni   i ii    iih-i      i.ii  H .ii .  tf-atimniiv  to  tbo  value  ul   Hi    W il- j  Hum*' Pink  I'HK    lh* *nv*    'WIm-h ;  I  left   -ii'bo il  I   bi'Ciiine a  (col, li'i-piT j  111 an import mt o'liee    I'mlmMy due I  10 fnt'firiHlU'tit  I begin In ������.t|ff������r friiin  in*ll(rf'>*tion  nnd  lo** of   ,u ngiti.    I  bf-Mitnc pale nnd iterniiiuH* btnoil|i'������.-������  and   ������vn������  <iit ii   ������< 11-* I   ��������� i1    |i,ttt>tt.i-,  tinn  r������f the  heart   ntul  viol't |   le <d-'  ,ich#������������      1   trii,)   i   v. ril   i ��������� iii..,),,..    lint'  Mi������*y did Ti"t dn nu ������ bii nf ci") ! i  wns fldvintd to try Ur Willlnm*.'I  Pink Pill* and d<\ ������n. nod On u-..- ���������t\  fMfht ttoni-n brourfltl  ��������������������������� bnck ii������ iter  represented by Lord FiUwillia.111, it  passed in course of time to Henrietta,  the only child of the fifth baron*, when  she waa a child of ten.  Born during the Commonwealth,  she foil n victim to tho glances of  the Duke of Monmouth, her rents, her  jewels and her credit wore lovingly  given to forward his plots for usurping the throne, From Henrietta the  barony passed to nn. aunt, who was  succeeded by hor grniiddnughter. After the lapse of moro than n century  it fell aL'uiu to n baroness, who was  none other than the widow of Byron.  I.ndy Cromnrtie is thc only living  countess in her own rigb'. The peer-  ngo was llrst conferred on bur gr...,.i-  mother, Anne, Duchess of Sutherland,,  mother of the Duke of Sutherland nnd  MistrosH of the Uolw������ in the 70s, Her  draco was n deseendiint of the Mac-  konzios, thn old Knrl of Cronmrties,  find the inheritor of their estates, At  her (loath she was succeeded, in accordance with the terms of tho patent,  by her nocond son. The late Lord Cromnrtie died when his older daughter  wns fifteen, and she had to wait two  years before she wns confirmed in tlm  title. She married Major Blunt-Miie-  ken/.ie, and linn u daughter and two  sun.*, Viscount Inrbnt, the heir, i������  five.  When William ,\inhurnt Tyssen-Ain-  hnrst wns rniwul to the peerage in the  'IMls, he had no mum hut Kevenil  daughters, nil nccoiiipliHliml nud nil  nnii'i'd MnrgiiriH after their mother,  The eldest of thoxfl, who was married  to Lord William (.Veil of the I'Ueter  family, wns grnnted special remainder  to the barony, and on her father'*  denth n tew mouths nuo became Lady  Amherst of Hncluiey in her own right  Hhe has four sons, but no daughter*.  The future ituccerittion in limited to  Iiuim 1111111*.  These    PlUs   Cure    Rheumatism.-���������  To thc many who suffer from rheu-  imutism a tiiil of Pni'inelc's Vege.  table Pills is recommended.- They  have pronounce I ivtion upon the  liver nnd kidney* nnd by rngulnting  the action of those organs not na nn  iilternntive in preventing the ndmix-  tire of uric <ici t ajvl Wot t thnt cnusps  this- painful disorder, They must be  taken according to directions nnd  used steadily iind thev w|ll speedily  give evidence of their beneficial effects.  Goldsmith's Old Horn*.  Acting on n mipgoHtinn by T>eiin  Kelly, of Hi, Peter'*, Athlone, the  Weatnii'iith Coi-nty ('tuincil hiiv������) de-  eidcd lo preitirve the old home of  Oliver UoldKinitli nt (.btwiy from fur.  u������.   ,i,,������f,        mummm-   lin   gitU*.      llie  dean M-rnte "|������ the nttclern fori nf  Linn, ol which (inlilmnith wrote his  broihtr-iii-lnw, D.iniel Hodmm, 'I had  r������������h.*r I.- pluccd in the little mount  before l.innny (������������|i. and there take in  to me the nifwt iilumtinn horlxun in  nittiiri The     r-npneiiiiH      tlreiilaee  ������rouiiii wjtiyj, ,vfl| tb,. (trunin. dufiioU'il  in tbe Vicnr n( WaketteltV ami tie*  'Ifc-wi-t.'il ViIIm������i������' in ffone. The rum  is< mow ,i mere i>|ii*|I. and n /.ine-rotifi-1  ������hed  In.,  l>,.,.|| eri-clcij  within  it," -  Ht.   Jllllli." (iHK.'lle.  Artfhuriy Hap*, fh������ NuvnlUf  l.iKe Mr. Stanley Weymmi, Mr  Antleuiv llr������fiii Ifnwklns. tli.. **\���������.  Ihony H.tp.'" ot novi'l read.-r* tri...|  tin* llur Mure lie took to writing  rw*v������U Hrif I* did not flow in ��������������� ������  ������l������Hliritli|e    ilMKtd,     ������IWl     111*    eiuifBi..*  Whnt He Hnd Heard  Willie���������"Sir, mnw,  hnve teeth got  skin on thorn?"  Miiiher-"Wliy,  no,   Willie,"  Willie���������"Jf thev nin't got  s-kin on  tin-in, then I'd like to know how1 pnw  could catch the 7.10 train every inori'.  ing,   He suvs he always catchcH il I y  the skin of his teith,  Shiloh's Cure  atnaklr atop* uoojfcn, mmima Mltlti, bewif  tm* Ikroataad lis* ���������       * >B ���������������������������(���������,  He-"When shall we get nuiri'icd?"  She-"()h  John,   why  tin  ynu   take  our engagement so seriously!*"  "I suppose the ser-Tiut ikrs all the  heavy work in your hoiHe?" "Not at  all: iny wife makes the pies nml puddings, "  Meri'liaiit���������"I yol n y start hi 1'fn  by picking up n pin.   I li.nl be n n*.  fl'ised    I'lll) luynie .t     by   II   llieichllllt,  iind mi niy wny out I snw n pin,  and-"  Ollice Buy���������"I know; I've heiir.l of  that boy no often, The tnercliant win  iiiipres*. il with your eii refill oe*������ nnd  called ynu buck nnd iniide you lieml  of tin* firm."  Men>hiitlt-"Nn, I t"w tlv pin nnd  picked It ti|i nnd *old it for $.'������00. It  ! wns a diiiiuoiui pm. '  I   Conlmnn who him been Hiiniinoiied  from the street to n lint on the tenth  storey���������uo lift)���������How many hundred*  weight did ynu M-iy   mum?  Lmly  fswcitly)~()h! I don't wnnt  I nny coal!   I w^ only telling mv lit.  II      ���������l,.1    ������l,..l    >t    ..It,i    Imi t    n't      bulnir  nniiirlity you'd take her Away in your  nig liiiu-K ing, bin M\f'*, In liming  belter now, tliiink you very much.--  Punch.  --' IX������I>I������S '  5KIDNEY  ('/,   PILLS  cM,l^vc,*>:)ist|  .'V   '   KlONlV.!  .  LAND WITHOUT A PRISON.  Dr. Qrenfell Tells of the Eskimos  of  the Labrador Coast.  "The best-educated people in the  country at present are the Eskimo,"'  siiys Dr. W. T. Grenfell, in his new  book, "Labrador," recently published  by Messrs. Macmilan.  It is a startling and mortifying sen-  tencu, for along that rugged coast, the  scene of Dr. Grenfell's self-sacrificing  labors as a medical missionary, there  is ii considerable, if temporary population of whites.  And many of the Yisiting white  fishermen, chiefly Arauricaiis, do not  set it good example to tbe people ol  the land. They are a generous, open-  handed crowd of men, but "they go  fishing and working on Sundays  among our people, who, though poor-  er mid far more needy ot material  wealth, are wise enough to know that  life does not consist in tbe abundance  of things man possesses.  "Almost without exception, the Es-  kimo can read and write. Many can  play musical instruments, share in  part-singing, and are well able to  keep accounts, and know the value of  things,  "1 have known an Eskimo called in  to read and to writ* a letter for a  Newfoundland fisherman ;,and I bave  had more than once to ask one to  help me by playing our own harmonium for us I at a service, because not  ono of a large,audience could do so.  "I have heiird more than one Eskimo stand up and deliver an excellent  impromptu speech. Our white population is still very largely illiterate,  though some headway has been made  of late years.  "There are practically no alcoholic  liquors sold in Labrador; not a  licensed house exists. If liquor is  sold at all, it is in very small quam  titles, and clandestinely, in what we  know as 'she-been.'  "Thousands of our fishermen are  absolute abstainers on principle, and  a very strong anti-liquor sentiment  prevails almost universally. The results are obvious in tbe fact that we  have not one policeman stationed  along the whole coast; not one among  twenty-five thousand people.  "We have no penitentiary, and  there has not been, to my knowledge,  a conviction for drunkenness. During sixteen years I have,"personally,  not seen one fisherman drunk."  Dr, Grenfell's chapter on the Labrador missions contains striking tri-  "ButH-t?r~thTB~^wofk���������0f~tlI5-MofWiTTiT"  brethren? At Okkak, where they have  a siiiall hospital,' the, Eskimo at first  would not subject,themselves' to the  necessary hospital regulations.  "We carried thither the first patients in our little hospital steamer.  It wns a new experience to see 'an  Eskimo trying to accommodate himself to a bsd. The warmth of the  wind was objectionable; the addition-  al heat of the bedclothes was intolerable, Covering of any kind they had  long disposed of," and even then they  wore perspiring and  panting.  "In a terrible fatal epidemic of  typhoid I had tried to persuade some,  of my patients to remain in their  tents when very feverish. In one case  I had endeavored to enforce my ruling by removing the patient's garments Such a trifling 'impediment'  had not daunted him. Why stay under cover when you nre hot? Next  morning when I returned, T found  him stc.rk naked, huddled up in the  cold, waiting for the doctor and the  ravished olotlms. Ho eventually recovered, in spite of me "  0( the  famous Labrador dogs,  Dr.  Grmifell   hints   at   some   gruesome  stories,   "Thoy are, of course,   flesh- '  enters, and, by nature, purely earniv-  orouu.   During my yonrs in Labrador j  they hnvo killed two children and one j  mini, nnd oaten another,   Tn the case j  of the second man, the evidence went 1  fo show Hint ho was not killed by the i  dogs, though his body was devoured  by tliom.   Only his bones   wero  dis- j  covered in the snow; but as his dogs ]  'returned   in   good   condition nfter  n j  forlnight's nb.sence, all of tliom were |  shot,  "fiike Hm dogs who will ,<;vt'ii  ont  their miiHt >rs'   whips   when  hungry,  tlm cod off   the Labrador count, have  imii'volloii,* digestive powers.    I hnv" |  inynelf   taken  threo  small  ood   nnd ;  twenty-seven oaplin from the utomnoh '  of one postprandial lish, and seen an'  excellent gold   ring  taken  from  an* I  other.  "A   book   in   throe  volumes   win*  Iiikcn from the stomach of n eodfliih I  off Lynn, England, and proKontwl to |  tlm vleo-chiiiie"llor ol OnnibridRn Uni-  vomity.   Scissors and oilcmnH testify '  to llie catholicity  ot   the  cod'*   appetite,"  One of tho Mytterttt.  Bponking nf interruptions, the mnn*  Hon remind)*, one of a utory which  Mr, H. I.. Ronton, the lender of the  Opposition, tolld concerning one of tlio  niOHt highly-rosportotl of YiU following, Mr. Uriah Wilson, tho vttUimn  nioniber for Lennox nnd Addingtnn,  Ontario. Mr, WIIhoii rnroly Hpoaks,  nml never wnn known to interrupt except on ono occnulon, Thn occasion  wns when Sir Willium Mulock, then I  PoHtninHtor-Onnnrnl. wn* making n  iixwch In which the ninn oi the Into  Connervntlve Government were en pox- |  eij willioiH iieniutlioii, liming lu mn ,  cHinnx. be drmnnded "Why did the  pcoplo nf Canndii return the Liberal !  iinrty to power)*" While the orator  impresidvely pnuwsl for n reply, the  vnfco of Wilson of Lennox nroM in  tlio ullenen, "God only knowi."  Nothing to Squander.  Cumuli! hni nearly everything ihe  wnntn, except to lie lot nlone to tie.  velrip hor vnut r-'noureen. Rut ihe h������*  neither land, nor fnreitu, nor mine*,  nor power privilege*, nor trndo prlvl.  Ingim to nqutndor. Her rewnireo* are  great, but finf without limit, find  foolUh ndniini������trntion could ior������n  rommit p-rpnt hnvoe. Indeed there  Imu already been tar too much reck*  letn WM*te.-Halifax Herald.  A BOY'S STRUGGLE POR LIFE  . Mi, ������������������ J, N������������, of������jiP*Mwin St., Twont*. nyt! <J ������m ttac*  mi ���������an H������rold'i trou'ila to ������kta he hail th������ aitulti fivt yean aga,  from which he sever leally rerovered. , Some of the bett phyatciaal  attended bim, hut with monthe of mffuriin he ia turn contracted  wbooninj cou|h, bronchlii", and then oatunioala.    Month after  month went by that ere shall not eeoa ferfei; monthe of flee|tlee|  ailhli, fearful coathi, w������ekenit'( nlf ht sweet*, Ml nf hoy a mere  ahadow,   He had no appetite, and nf heart ached to eea  how he waa waiting away.   He (pent one whole itimmfr al  the Lakeelde Home for Sick Children, aad came bome  greatly improved, but the cold windi of October took  im of hit feet agaia. Ilia doctor edviied ma to tend  hint to Muikolta, bat heavy doctor'! bill* had depleted  my SnencUl reiwuicee, aad tuch ��������� Hep Remed out mt  Ueqmiiioo."  ������������������Atthliipointw������tried P8VCHINR,and human  Hpe cannot describe the change that took place. No  word* caiKipresethethankfiitneu efhis mother and  myself whtn we eaw the crisis was over, and realised  that oar bor ������si *������htln| hit way hack to life and  health. PSYCH INK bed mastered that which all  Ikedoctor'spreacriptinnshadfailedtocheck. D������y by  day Harold trew aironxer, and all through the winter,  although continually out of doors, ha failed to take  cold, and ht put on flesh very quickly. By the spring  my aoa was completely cured, aad developed list* a  strong, sturdy lad,"  PSYCHINE is the Greatest  Strength Restorer and System  Builder known to medical  science, and should be used fdr  HAROLD NEW, Toronto       COUGHS.     COLDS,   -.WEAK  LUNGS, LOSS OP APPETITE, WEARINESS.  Pot Sate by all Druggtata and Daalera, 50c and tl.00,  Dr. T. A. SLOCUM, Limited  TORONTO  ~s������Ji%������&J[ Pu>-*y������ootiinsura*sgoodJie*ehh  *  L&f WHITEST  '���������Hagiv-  POWDEB  MAG IC  BARING  INSURES PUKE  FOOD.  ��������� MADEIN CANADA.  E.W.GIL1XTT CO.LTD. T0R0NTO.OWT.  ^M Pure Gold JeUy Powders  t'mtimWf  Utf������WIHH������V  is-i-rrr-m'jl  A pure Fruit Jelly Fowder���������Just the  fUtst pure Cslvet root Jelly Ssvoted  Miy by the purs fiult  (Trade Mark Itgiiintl)  Of ei you "letter Qtisllly" oa the tetile-  Our Boufc ofHttnlpti Sunt Vruu  Ut us hs4 yeu our vslusk's Utile book "Tat  lattet el Delicious Ortsent." II Kilt you how  W Mke eey aeeieer of dainty tawm and at-  Uiieei salads la rery llule time and aloaosi *s  treiUsattll,  Pure Gpld Mfg. Co., Limited  Tareat*  lit  -Itai work It tbe kltcbea.  ���������emplee en ******!  tin* ut 10c In .isnipi to uy pack-  Ini sad postage and let ut trad yea  generous ismplrs of our Vanilla  aad Uaion Eiiractsand a sesall caa  ol laklni powdrr,' Mention year  ���������wa aad dsalti'iDSBt sod address.  aaaaaeaaaaaeeeaeeeaaaaaeeaaaaaeaeaaeeaaaeaaeeaaaaataa^  EDDY'S  mml^W mmmmmtmmmm^mmmmmmmmm  II. Rread Wrappers  < > ���������������������������������������������������������������  \\ To Pruvoiit Dnnitor o( Impuritlng In DolivfritiR Irnm tlio Ovon to the,  Ilorrif, Innint on Vour Bukor Wnipplnii 111" hrend in Onr Wrnppnrs.  \\e urn tlu> Ori'.'iniitnrH o( Rroiwl Wrnpnnrn Now Umnl hy LPinlini? Dnk*  orn ol Ottawa, Montroiil, Toronto, und other CHIoh,  THE E.B. EDDY CO., Hull, CANADA  1  CM  BOOST   VOUR   TOWH   BV   ORGANIZING  A  BRASS BAND  Inffirmatlon on thii eubjaot with printed Inntruotlem for  amateur burnt* and ������ printed form of Conetltutlnn and By-  r*w������ for bandi, totether with our blv eaulogue, will be mailed  FRBB3 on requeet,    Addrt-ie Oet't. "V,"  H WILLIAMS SS00"  nm  tett   Ite'ftlth   and    *tr *niM������������,    f Imv. i w>������r* turit.it   Into literary   rlmnti.-I  t/M A ' ' f r-  -x s o'\%(  ������irn*** i-ninYcd th<* h*'*i ot hinltli mil  rammi   nav   vm   mu������li   tn   |tnti*-  ol  iKU \.kltul.t   i.i- I', -iii'* "  Ho|.| bv all mt^'icm ��������� il*-itl.-r, u* l.y  nxnil nt WI <*n|it* n box ������r A* ,.o*i-.  tit     f'.'VI     frr.n,   T'l'     Ur      H'lllliirn-'  M<4kit>e <V., It ^kiillr, tnu  To U'iriii wiiii, hie flforU ������v������*ri* ItanlW  ���������*lii'Mir������������iiif. He firtt book <**. f,  f'lif'ir , ul the MSS, wlif.'h h.< f*.��������� tr' !  rtff.it ������in| Mt relurniHl ttntHii^rwiig.  liltf* Thfti ram^ "Tbe Pri������nn**r nf  J5>'ti<fit," (iillflvn'tl by a laaf et������in������*.ui  *we#m*t*.  W. N. Ui, Na. 710.  Election Needed. j  II tho tltJbflio nn tha naval queitlon ���������  In tht������ Cnnsiliitii Commnne tirovett I  enytliirur. it mnn that Hie etitl fuller j  ami iiiuri* nun Wi.iva (Hiti������itlt>ratton ������l ���������  i {antral elation r������mpai������n ie tterArtt j  to put thnt im|*irtnitt mitUar on a !  ruimd   an-i   utwiul   baeia '  When You Feel Played Out  There comc-J a time when ymir grin nh tWngw weaken*.  Your nerves are unstrung, tne vital forces low, the stomach  is weak and the blood impoverished. You feel old tee  creeping over you.    Be careful of youraclf.    Take  BEECHAM'S PILLS  at oncej there is need to renew the life forces. Weak  nerves, wearied brains, sick stomach, feeble blood, torpid  liver, sluggish bowels���������all feel the auickening effects of  Bcecham s Pills, Their use makes nil the difference. The  tonic action of these pills upon the vital organs is imme-  diate,thorough and lasting. Thcyare Nature s own remedy  For Run-down Conditions Uo  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ARIZONA_KICKLETS.  Hot Times In the Vicinity Keep  the Editor Guessing.  of tne United States. Look out tor  more lying. It doesn't fool anybody,  but It makea us feel good for the time  being. Yes. sir. 3.4)00.000 weekly and  increasing by leaps mid bounds like a  jackass rabbit, jumping over tbe sage-  bushes.  PHONE TRADE DROPS OFF.  VALUE OF FERTILIZER SHOWN  WHISKY, SHOTS AND A FIRE  Women Discover It le Cheaper to Go  tc the Grocer e In Person. '  Ote effect ot tbe talk about tbe Id*  ���������reused  cost  ot   liviug   nas   been   to  resseu the lelephoue trade of tbe gro-  'i'he  Depp Valley Tribune seeks to j i"ers and to bring customers often face  pay us a pretty personal compliment |to   face   wllh    the   n'rocer   himself.  INTUITION.  Millet   Crop   More  Than   Doubled   by 'stances of the Way It Is Exercised j  }          Properly Enriching the Soil. i                   It". Everyday Life.                    ]  j   Tbe picture herewith represents the i    A   surface   motorman   awakened   aj  j value of fertilizer on sandy soil.    A frain of thought not long ago when he  j strip Of laud in New York had celery J^P"1 his car aho^1>' at a mossing. ;  I      r,   .          .,    ,    1IW>    ... | There was apparently  no one  there  j on it at one side in 1003 with an ap- ! ^j^g   to  g^ on   *A   woinan   wa8 ,  plication of about :KX> pounds per acre , landing on the curb, not even look-  SKIMMILK  VALUABLE  by calling us (be Horace (ireeiey of, ] Housewives  under  stress  of  real or j 0f a 2-8-10  fertiliser; the other side , ing toward the moving car, yet when  the west.   ThniikB. Brother Scott, but ! landed uei-esslty lor economizing take    \mK\ no fertilizer.   The land was plow-  ���������t,ie     ear     came     ^    .this     corner ���������  in Spite of a Threat Publisher Gets an  Ad. From the Druggist���������Holy Terror of Terrorsville Who Cornea to  Shoot Up the Town Tamed.  By   M.   QUAD.  'Copyright,   liflO.   oy  Associated   Literary  Press. J  WE bod a pleasant call the otber day from Mr. John -Gordon of Chicago, whose son  James was Imaged near  here last September for horse stealing.  Tbe father sjwke in highest terms of  the enterprise of the west.  One Jack Henderson, who announces  bimself as a "holy terror from Terrorsville." came rldlug Into the Gulch  Sunday morning, witb 11 whole arsenal strapped around hlm, and announced his determination to shoot up  tbe town and a few dozen people with  it. As tbe city marshal was sick abed,  we were notitled of Jack's arrival and  you iiuveu't struck it   If Horace 4Jree- ;,��������� hour ,��������� ,be ���������������������������.���������,���������,. tor marketing,  ley were alive Unlay be couldn't earn !   c,HrU No .J3  wtK, r���������r VP||re ^^  bas called np every morning a score of  Douses und lakeii orders trom mistress  sr maid, begins to know the faces of  rustomers whose voices alone he bad  $15 per  week  as a  newspaper  man  We have to smile when we think of  bim runniug an Arizona weekly.  plov  ed and fitted exactly alike and German  millet sown about June 15. 1009. The  showing is remarkable, as the season  was the driest and also the coolest for  years, with ouly five inches of rain-  Thus far this winter we have only   knowu ^^  No ^ mug properly ! '*" after JuV" wbteh ,8 nbout half  bud three bltaards, four men frozen !devotwl t0 rbe 1Illm.s.s of bis em  to death, three feet of snow and two (  mail carriers eaien by the wolves. It  was predicted thnt we were to bave  au open winter, and we guess we'll  get It, We feel to pity the people of  Florida who don't know ihe exhilaration of using the snow shovel.  of   normal.    The   picture  shows   tbe  the motorman brought it to a standstill, and, sure enough, the woman  hurried out of the crowd and clambered aboard.  "How'd you know that woman wanted to get on?" he was asked as the  controller was thrown on again and  the car started with a jerk.  "Just felt it," he laughed; "didn't  In one way and another, as editor,  postmaster, mayor, and so -forth, we  hitve accumulated about 40.000 acres  of desert lands in this territory. We  have been waiting for several years  for some congressman to offer to go  in with ns and sell this land to tbe  government for a national park, but  have waited lu vain. We now offer to  lease It in individuals on very favorable terms for the growing of rattlesnakes aud cactus. -First come, first  served.  Our esteemed fellow citizen George  Brady was culled a liar over the telephone the other day by a Mr. Jackson  of I.one Tree. Mr. Brady saddled his  horse and rode over there lo demand  explanations, but he hud his trouble  for his ride. 'Mr. Jackson bad sloped.  This going away from home to shoot  somebody Is all time lost. We never  have found our mau yet  While we were sound asleep In our  room iu the post office Tuesday uight  some one heaved a ten pound rock  through the window and missed our  head by a foot. We got to the window  in time to see a man running down  the street uud to fire a shot tbat made  him Jump, but we bave been unable  ployer. has had .he habit of naming 8������wth of one square foot from. ea.cH f.^i^b^iifilS* Vo^Sfn?1",^^  to bis twentv customers ou tbe wire 'section, that fertilized in 1908 produc- J" '" s business How many people  i^^^ ".Tn^rJS:    *** ahnost sixteen and one-ha.f tons    ���������^ iR ftp^^S  of tbe season. Now and then wben a  particularly large wholesale order ot  perishable sniff had io be hustled out  quickly No. 23 told ol bargains and  thus kept up the fiction that be bad  tbe customers' nest Interest at heart  but No. 23 always knew well enough  tbat too earuest a devotion to tbe interests of the customer would shorten  his term of usefulness with his employer.  Nowadays   customers   belonging  to  the   telephone  trade   are   hearing or  things that No. 23 never so much as  hinted   at    For  example,   tbey   bave  learned of entirely edible fish at one-  third tbe prices quoted glibly by No.  23 every  Friday  morning���������rabbits at  two for a quarter, qiiile good enough I  for an occasional family. luncheon; of \  excellent apples at  a  good deal  less  than $1.50 a dozen and now and then j  of a Saturday of game and other deli- !  cacies at ridiculously low prices. !  Meanwhile the competition between  the frugal folk, who have always done i  their marketing iu person, and the tel- \  ppbone trade, that has just learned the \  trick. Is slowly boosting bargain prices '  of the grocers. As to No. 23. bis work j  is doubling up because be could wait  on two or three of the lelephoue trade I  while one careful buyer looked about j  tor bargains. :  of green forage to the acre, while the  The New Ribbon Necklace.  The Jewelers are constantly bringing  ID^^m^^'zASA^'^^'yV'y   .Thp.. . P"t something new and attractive lu  THE HOLY TERROR FROM TERRORSVlliLB.  enterprising intentions. He was flourishing two guns when we bored iu on  bim. aud the way he climbed dowu the  tree was laughable to see. Tbe man  hadn't the sand of a coyote. Wben  given half nu hour to get out ot town  he didn't take but ten minutes. There  was a day when the "ierror" was a  good man to let alone, but civilization  has crept in, aud his occupation bus  depaned.  The whisky of this section Is losing  Its grip. Old Bill Wlllluitis froze to  death iu bis shack ou Wolf creek the  otber night, and be certainly bud a  full gallon of It uuder his bide. This  deceiving ti inun to hisdeitth should be  severely punished. Thut quantity uf  red eye Hhobld huve kept old Bill  sweating for three duys nnd nights,  Some one who deserves the stnke has  stolen the dictionary belonging io this  oflice, anil we ace having'"the hardest  klud of work with nil words of three  syllables, If the render finds n score.  of misspelled words he may know the  reason for it We are not even sure  thut wo have the woid "dlctlonury"  right   It niuy be "dicktiunery."  Mr, John Lung of Pine LI III comes  over to tJlvciuiiiiii Gulch the other dny  nnd (Ires sis bullets ut Mr, Henry Keller und then goes Home tin proud on it  poucoek. No one liii rt, ot course, la It  any use to tti IU to such men mt that?  Can anything be snid to (ouch thoir  pride?    We were notified Inst Sunday that  onr esteemed eoiiiomporury intended  to shout us on sight, Armed with ft  willow iwltch, we started out to hu  abut, but on eiicnutitorlng our esteem*  cd on Apui'lie iiveiniu ho Insisted on  ���������linking hiinils with ur umi miking  about the wen I Iht. It bents nil how  mniiy narrow ewnpea we dn huve.  Wo Imve got over believing tlwl wo  uliall die with our hunts on. Such  heroic tilings aro not for ua,  At midnight Inst Saturday night the  ���������tar spangled beuveni looked down  upon an uwful scene In this town.  Borne one luul curelesely thrown the  lighted stub of it clgnr Into u sawdust  spittoon in Iho lied Dog saloon, nnd  tbo plnco luul been rinsed up without  tho smoke being noticed, At midnight  tho devouring Humes wero discovered,  und while men yelled, women pruyed  and children wept uud It seemed na If  uotuiug could hiivv llie town from un  awful calamity -tonic one ol scuta' killed the door In nnd used a gallon of  beer to nip thlnga In tbe bud.  Mr. A. M, Shnfter, tbe popular druggist of Glveniliini Guk-ii, pent us word  the other day that If we entered hi*  ���������tore for the purpose of aollcltlng un  advertisement he would blow the top  of our bent) off. Wo nt once set out  ���������nd entered hia atore nnd begun to  talk advertising, nnd next week be  takea a whole half pngo In the Kick*  er. It'll nil lu liming a little wuy  ���������bout you.  A reader In lown return* ua our  printed statement mud** some alf  weeks ago tt������ Hie effect Hint ihe Kicker lute a circulation of H.tmouo poptee {  things are mere trifles, but tbey vex  us sometimes.  Those Pine Hill folks caught a horse  thief the other day and started in to  hung bim. but made sucb bungling  work of it thnt the victim finally hnd  to slip his head iuto tbe noose aud  jump off the barrel to make a decent  job of It. When anything of the sort  is afoot nguin they ought to send over  here for n boy to boss the job. A  lynching coniinltl.ee owes some little  consideration to tbe chap who is in it  up to the neck. ;  As proprietor of Hellso's Opera  House we wish to state to theatrical  managers In gtcncrul that we have no  control over audiences, If nn audience wants to shoot the lights out nud  tho heels off the actors, the thing Is us  good us done before li begins. We try  to bunt up such actors us huve taken  to the woods, but there onr duty ends,  President Tuft didn't strike Olven-  dum Gulch on bis western trip, but we  ure not blnming him nny. While we  nil love him. the boys wore* prepared  to scare hint out of n yeur's growth.  The inure we reverence u nmn Hie  more wo want to shoot ull around his  feet  their line of wort   The latest novelty  they want him to stop? it's some sort  of power, I guess, that tells me. I  can't explain just what it is."  This patient knight of the motor  voiced one of the most bewildering  psychological truths found in the entire downtown propaganda, where  about every nip and tuck of the human habit, custom or peculiarity find*  a shining place. Taking metropolitan  humanity as a whole, there are few;  who do not use intuition in the course'  of the  average workday.  A certain teller in a large Chicago  bank recognizes intuition as a faithful  and  valuable  ally,  one  that can  be  put to good uses, though one that is  not in fallible.   A "J. Rufus Walling-  ford" may stroll into this man's bank,  toss a thousand dollar check over the  counter in a blase manner, and something may  "tell  the  teller  that the  check isn't any good."  I     "1   just feel  it," he  explains   this  I strange power of intuition.  1    And    the   check    may   be.   turned  I down, or, on the other hand, soine-  I thing   may   "tell"   the   cashier   that  I tlw man is good���������he just feels it.  Scoffers are referred to the average  policeman.  Does the city detective always know  a crook when he plucks him out of a  downtown crowd, when the man's  back perhaps is turned to the officer  of the law?  He feels that the shoulders and neck  ahead of him���������the head crowned witli  a battered derby���������is wanted. Often  he. does-'not know the crook's name  and could not tell why he arrests bim  until the man is hauled back to thfe  station and his photo is found gracing  the limelighLJn_the-Jflgue&L-gaIlery���������  VALUE OF FERTILIZER PROVED.  other made only 4i.S tons. There are  several points to be thought of here-  first that fertilizers of a good grade  pay well the flrst year, and then some  pay for the second year.  If this is so with millet, would It not  be so with grain seeded with grass and  clover? That millet ls a profitable  crop both for soiling nnd cured is apparent when seveu and oife-half tons  cured fodder can be secured per acre.  As millet contains only about 2 per  cent of protein. It should be fed In connection with nlfnlfa or clover hay. If  these cannot he obtained the ration  should be balanced wllh such feeds as  oilmeul, cottonseed meal or the better  grades of gluten feed.  "I have used millet for somo yeara  with dairy  cows nnd young stock,"  snys the farmer who made this fertilizing experiment, "and think very high-  ly of It.   It is said to be Injurious to  horses through the effect It   has on  tho kidneys.    With the liny crop us  light us il tins been for two years, us  1 the dry season hns been very hard ou  i new seeding,  it   will  surely   pay our  i formers to give more attention to the  Euchred.  While occupying the pnfctornle of a  western (ihiircb in his enrly cureer Ur,  George 11, Feniou hud u deueuii whose  character hud iilwnys been above re-  proui'h until ii certain pruyer meeting  which followed u sermon during which  the elder hud soundly hi umbered.  "Will Hrofber Junes kindly lend?"  wus nuked by the pastor ut the begin*  ulng of the priiyi'r service. ,  Wiiklng with u start nt the mention   fil,m>^;";"1���������   ",,!.!!  of his mime, Hie dt'iicou almost broke  TUE LATEST NECK ADOIINMKNT.  Is the ribbon neckline mude of pliable  meiul lu colored effects and studded  with gems. The ends ot ihe necklace  nro finished with Jeweled tnssuis.  some months or years back, the iiitui  tion in a case ol this sort being .ex.  tremely strong, as records provd  amply.  Policemen and detectives are supposed to study the photograph, the  terse history and "story" of eiwn  crook as they are' placed on the city's  police records. We know that the  mortal mun cannot carry all of this  duta in his mind, which ib a gooei  indication of Uie wonderful power ot  intuition whioh will draw the detective to the crook like a magnet from  among a crowd of a thousand people,  ������500 Costumes.  Nothing in pageantry on so magnificent a scale, its the "Festival ot  Empire.," which is to be held at the  Crystal Palace, has over before been  attempted.  Ohildren, who mako the host actors-  for pageant purposes, will shortly  commence rehearsals all over Lon-;  don; and although some ol the leading  parte in the pageant will be taken by  people with experience in pageantry,'  the majority oi tlie plnyefs���������nuiiiber-  ing 15,000���������will b*i entirely new to Uiei  work. Kuch principal takes charge, of.  about'a i-ozen minor ohaructcrs umli  teaches thern their parts, und thus tho!  pageant Ih reliourscd Ior weeks in>  inigmunts,  Welui the full rehearsal l.uki'B plucu.  , ���������a few days before the opening kjx*<*.;  i millets. Any one of the different klndu i tncle���������oucli principal will be thorough-  j (Min bo sown nftor nil other spring ' ly acquainted with the great natural  i crops nre In and enn bo harvested and j atage and with hi* part. Tlie outlay  I out of the wuy before full work be- ! ������n  Uie production  will probably  he  Skitnmilk is by far the most Important byproduct from the dairy and the  best adapted to varied and profitable1  uses. A prominent dairyiuiiu say*!  i hat sklniinllk as a human food Is un-  uppt-eriitied by most farmers, but It  has been lested under various conditions by food experts aud has proved  u useful portion of an everyday diet  for many people. The use of skitnmilk  ought to be eiKOuraged.  Kvery dairy should be equipped  with a good separator, aud farmers  would find elty markets for a large  amount of this valuable byproduct.  Skiiuiuliii Ims. nil the protein und half  of tlie full value of the whole milk  and is lu most localities the most economical source of animal protein. The  food elements iu skiinmllk are equal  in physiological value to those of  meats nud are far less expensive.  As an article'to substitute for water  in the preparation of various dishes  as well as for others that are made  mainly of milk there is uo waste, but  a decided gain in food value, lu making bread sklmmilk will add to the  weight ami nutritive value of the loaf.  Used in place of water. sutHcieiit Hour  may be saved io pay for tlie milk and  vet produce a loaf of equal weight  aud of more actual food value.  Milk bread Is richer in fatty matter  ���������uid superior iu tteslt forming elements,  which is ���������scientifically explained as being due to the casein of milk beiug Incorporated with the fibrin of the flour..  The sale of skimmilk to bakers and  confectioners should be encouraged  and is capable of being largely In-  '."reused. Used in ibis manner, it may  be made to uet the consumer a dollar  a hundred pounds, or more than a  large per cent of the farmers and dairymen realize for their whole milk.  As a food for domestic animals skimmilk occupies the most conspicuous position of any foodstuff, especially as it  feed for young aud growing animals. ,  It gives the best returns -when fed to  very young uni ma Is, constituting the'  larger part of tlieir rations, lt is next  best for animals making rapid growth,  -but���������w'4!i(Jh-need-other-feed-than-mi|kT-  muiniy of a carbonaceous nature. Except lor very young animaLs skimmilk  gives the best returns when used in  combination with other foods, generally grains. No class of live stock  will give larger returns for sklmmilk  than .poultry of various kinds.  If ii premium"were offered for tha  most rapid gains in pig feeding my  opinion would be that some man skill-  glns."  PRESERVING FERNS IN WINTER  uliout $2i)0,(K)0, and some of the costume,1) worn by the ladies will represent a value of y'iJtW each.  "The Queen of th. S.v.nn.h River."   j Th������y Should ���������������  pl"������d, W"��������� Th./  Travelers going south  by   wuy  of Q,t Dlffuted Light.  Hnvunimli  are  mwiiys  attracted  by j    Although ferns nro greatly ndmlred  soiiiti such excln unit Inn us "Tho mucu , for Indoor decorations, Iho plants ure  is   waving  ut  uh."'  um  the  Htuiinmr ] In gonoral  singularly unfortunnto lu -' jr,1,,',',',t ������.;;���������.''i.'mwdlndy "i'ull iintl" t"ro^v  ivnnnith river from -, tho   treatment   they   receive   nt   the ! affairs,   One tluy.it is'related, a, noblis  the Atlnurlo,  Nobody secnm lo know | hand* of their owners.   It being well I count wus trying to make it n\n������n;ii,  Order In the Houie.  The French Parliament wus not uJ-  wuy������ Iiiinoiis for the excitement umi  tiniiioils of Uh debates. In the old  nmnareliiul duyi-, hefon* tli- revolution, the sitwiorm ot the old  Par]la-  up tho service by replying: "I led inst  timo. It's your turn Whnt are  triimpnr-Plilliidelplilu Heoord.  Eittbll.hlnp ��������� Reputation.  "Pntlu-r," suld little Hollo, "wn������  Solomon really the wisest mini?"  "I don't know, my hmii, You aee,  his political power wus so greut thut  when ho claimed in be ihe wisest man  nobody hnd the nerve to contradict  lilm."-Washington Htur,  Not Her.  Tho Doctor-Mw, Murphy, you mnnt  bo nt your Inisluind's side constantly,  ns you will need tn hnnd blm something ovory little while,  Mrs, Miirphy-Nlver, doptor! Fur b*  It from tne to hit n man whin he'������  ilowu.-Puck,  8111*/ Idea.  MIm P.lder-Thf Idea of hia pretending Hint my Imlr wus gray!  Mlsa Peppery-llldletilotis!  M! ;; KIAr    ������'.-:-(,'i J;, i'.s.u,;!.:  MlM Pepper ten. Just aa If you'd  tiny gray hulr'.-Untnolle mutidard and  Time*.   Slightly tareaitle.  "Well, dm-lnr, liny ol girl'/"  "My dwir air, yen nre tho fniher of  tripletH."  "Htire ymi  finrpii't   missed  nny In  the renl inline nf mis iiuuminl woman, ! understood thnt most vnrlolles thrive IIU1<1 ������������������ v'ry 1"'������',J' HP"������h it-wns, while  she Z  (inng. ZinTa Sr wim   K,,nHl,l,,p' "^ "rc "T"*' JfT^ ^.T't*'",������! ^ My n,,,"nU *"*"'  went io mn.  She promised to greet i to any ���������had? nnd  d poult on tbat with his '������;���������<;���������������  hlm on his return, wuvlng o linmlker* [may ho otl.orwlno unoccupied In tb* |      ������' ^ llS;1" Lid   o ^wo hi  chief If liy dny. n Iniitcrn ir by night. * houso.   Tills method of dealing with i kjJ,u���������y mnk(1 |10 In;w ||()iw, tJ')H|l ti���������  lie never en me buck, nml  for more ; tlio plnntu Inviirliibly ends In dlHiip- ! KonU������'in<tn who are stiorinu it would  thnn   thirty  yearn  "the  i|ueon"  ims ! polntinent.    Although It U true that : be much appriwiaimd by those gentle  greeted every sieunior thnt Ims snlled   forns do not llko the direct mynoftho uicn who urn trying to lislun,"  up   the  Siivuunuli   river,   waving  a   ������un continually upon them, yet a ter- . -    ������������������         , Inln amount of light Is necessary for i          An Old Maton't Revenge,  , their   development,   nnd   Insleud   of '    A    fourteenth-century    iniixon     ut  islanding them In corner* and other (Irent Sampforil, itoKte'rivl with inke*  ! unfavorable plnees it is fnr better to ������>f the sipiire's sun. seized the boy's  i give thom the full Itoiiedt of a window i ������n������'���������l������', 1--,1(| ������,,1,) -,<lP, ���������**���������<��������� ������;">UMtlr������d  ! ~n northern aspect will do-ur. at any ' "' '������ "!������ "'������������������*'"7I "' u't' $><���������"*��������� he  ; nite thev should ho nlneed where they T"?*, 1,,,|1,|,M������        "*   ���������*.'^  ������hit������ry  , nne. me> nnmiiu no pinuu wm re tm,y , |mjjt      j   consk..tlii..|i������. of the dioc.iv*  i get nroplo diffused light. ! ,,ry   ln'   ���������,,   ,lm!���������nry   ������������������   s������uiip(..r(|  j    Another  frequent cauuo of failure i ,.,,������������������,,, ,lf ��������� rl(,,, ,,H|I| w||W| U|(1 )l|)<(.  In    furii"    I"    ������tif    o������ml I'tnrrntUin    tn \*   .     i*    ;    ]���������   ;,    ;    (j   ci;  I whleh thoy are subjected,    Tho Idea ' lutrhdi. hm* i������n-<ini.'<l  Ui the Siftmn  i is very iirevaleui thut lliey do uot re- , *Aaiden Miiwuin.  I quire iiiiiuure. uud In couscqmtnce auy  ' poor soil which comes to hnnd le need  1 for potting them up.   Cerinlnly a noil  heavily  immured  In not suitable for  them   ft Tift   freuli   iti-innrn  .iln.nlil   ,,n   ,n,  m..m..i.  tlii.    's^*.**-*'    i.l*IUi.  Artillery Dieseter.  During artillery practice nt Tuphln-  knhiul Citiup, IiuIiii, a hIh'II nneidi nt-  1 iillv ilronik.it imiuihi' i'ic riinrltini* tuirtv  und  t'Xpludil.   I.e'iii   J,  N.   H.  Hitr-  { vey,  ii4'.h  Couiimny   Hoyn.1  (Inrriwui  I Artillery, utid one I'liinicr were killed,  ! luul  three   k'iiiiiici������    were   t*rioup|y  , wound il.  nccount he used, lull a rcusmiuhle al*  handkerchief by day, ���������  lantern by   lowanee of leaf mold Is, n������ a rule,  night. It Is aald thai ahe never misses   highly beneficial.  a boat at uo mutter whut hour it muy |   To preserve tbe dellpnto greenneiia  puss her home.   All  tbo nuvigatow | 0f the fraud* Ihjuld manure may be  kuow about  -the queen." ami they   ���������|v<,n w|m��������� tUl, ,,(������������������,, nr(, tn KroWtb ) A U������e For It.  uever full to salute ber wheu pausing,   nnd the pots fairly full of roots.    A I    t'o-t ��������� Wli/if- id-  irmilile here*  -Collier e Weekiy. go������| fprtlllxcr. su<h as ullnite of soda, j    Pugnin loiii-   linJivuluitl-Thiit   nmn  *���������'   ��������� ��������� - may |h������ dissolved In the proportion of ! mve mo the li".  To Cleen PUetec. hnlf an ounce to tho gultoti and tbe       ���������'*>)>-. V������ell, you eanv hiis-.k up Mm  ���������     , ���������,   , . i >w ������������.������������i. . ���������������������������������������.. unit on  ounce  in tno giinou  aim  tu������        -   r    ������������������������������������������������������ -������������������ -   ������������������"  -i"  ">���������������������������  yonr hurried couuir-Denver Hepnb* t    ^hen  piaster cusis Imh-ohip .oIIihJ   fPrnt *t������u,m* therewith every ten or   "'''*h,k *"'' "     *"k'' " ,Htnw ������������������",l  llcun,  Th* Peekaboo Peril.  ........... i A flerlna fetinu taoy nattxan Meeh.  weekly and adds that tie believes we j usinn** %' ,nirt watet an ailed faU of  lied uftoiit It,    t.lntl   Why. of poors* paant  *������������������ UUt:    We don't laleutl to let lh* , lh,ln?Wmn'Lnoil!i���������  Kew Vork. Htmton and Cblcjo dlllie. . M .n.^.'Sew wmS^mi* .pMto  nituff ue look smelt before tb* imcdU ��������� -upou*. Mpokaaoua.iUvl.w.  with wither rust m fluger murks niiike twelve day*.   This le eeiNvlnlly good  u crentiiy faiiiitliiii ol dry march nnd J where the plants nre old or pnrtly ei- j  cold water and apply It with a soft haunted,   Kis.t water le nl������o very ne*- i    ���������.������.,..    ut  brush, carefully  welling all rrevlcea ful ie n eilroulitnt.   It ehiml.l I* per-   ���������   !'   r    *u  and rtepremlitii*.    Hex the cast ttnlde fw.,|y elenr and l������ beat applied ���������HM"' '    "frn pome t-  in dtx. ihen remove Uie ������ian h wtm ��������� nutrlv with nn artlflPlnl fpnlllfer. Utf,  , t*u\  *Uil bru-li antl It #IM look ae ir frith nld manure of animal origin ehtmld b* '    "fell me whnt nt  tny pretty muM."  Ii.mi, ui'* studio   Harper. Uuut. u*d very sparingly o: oot si nil I    "Auboo'Aultoo" aiu ull tbt* unid.  nee it tlie n������\t nine you ������o fishing.  Her Anewer.  yuu  going,  my   pretty  Un'* ���������������'.������������������ vile  WOHKINO A HAND 8KPAIIATOB.  ed In feeding skli'uniltk wllh other  foods would curry off the prize, Sklu*.  niiUi Is rich In Imne building nnd blood  making consiliiiciits, uud when wu  eiiiirililtT lis iim> t'ur Uic.se purpiiHeM ami  ulrio I'euieiubci lis ciin.v digestibility  nml tlmt by mldlng n vurlety It finite*  other food niilclcs more puluinhlu ami  iimmIsIh In (heir digestion we must hold  Hkliuiiillk us occupying u high plnce lu  i lie llm nf ftindHiiiffs available nu furiiiH,  Aniliiiililcx seem to differ us to tho  iiici'iin of sweet and sour milk as u  reed for hm Int'. Olives nre next lu fn*  vor iim prolltiilile consumer* of skim,  iiillk. ami Munn* feeders think thut lliey  enn fei'il their Mkiinmllk to ciiIvpn und  derive more protit from It I linn by  ii'ciling it to swine, but this tJffteri-t**  to a largo extent upon the good qualities of the hiiIiiimIh being fed.  In feeding sklmmilk to cnlrea a  cent's worth ot oilmen! will take llie  phii'i' of n pound of butter fni I bat h.i*������  liei'ii removed from the milk, lie  slilt'H, when the milk Is fed wnrin ll Is  better for tne culves limn ml Hi thnt It  colli mul sour  i  ,-,.,,,, ti. .iI .1 ,. i, # .        11  ndlli, wllh mill feiiI or prntn mav no  iiiiide in weigh uluioNt hm much tin one  of "liiitlur breeding, but fed on whole  niiUi, wiili the suite kl'id nf grain, ut  one yetir of age. In feeding sliiiuu.llk  io I'lilves merfceillng Is daiiucroiie mul        ���������   .'.' ���������:    ':���������.. .:*. -.,* ..  guiii or culves ure more ennlly tleniug  cd tluin (hone of the pig, nml mrc  iniiKt tie I'lerclNpil In Hnlr feeding,  Home cnlrea will tnke more "Itliiiiiillk  thmi tKIts i-h. and ll Is well in study the  eiipiicliy of each en If nnd fit the  nniniiiif of milk t" iiiii iviph Mftlmfil  Siniif iiiiliymcn fciil sklmmilk tt  their i own mitcit wllh t'niln stul fitnl  It l������ of more or lew* vulne It bit*  iiKo ticeii fcii io IiiiiiIin,  home, ana  Colt*   tt till   eitl'I'HtH.  Oo Net Exercle. In Celd.  Ttu i on ili.it i* Hulking froin two te  ttin-. fmniiKtv nf ii'irfpr en-h rtny st^n.U'  imi !*��������� tiiriuil mu in a yanl In the eon.  to piert Ixe, elue ber butter yield WIS  dtm*/* THE   NEWS,.  CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Tie .OnmliBian-i m  issued   Kvery    T*:-*?;!.*    i>y   the  Comox   &   'Camb-sfland  Pab ishing   C i>in\i ;ny.  This paper will ti"i .mid itself  re-'pun-jihlti for tie- <>j>i'iujij- oi: urn-  ��������� -.������, as mny nnpcur mi ii.- ijnliimiir  ���������'roui time to time.  TUESDAY.  JUNK  11)10.  v')rif?E is herohy given !��������� .-.f one nienth  fr-in tUtc 1 in!i?od !������������������> ay|dv Vi lio Stivci--  int..jii..le:it nf rrnviuuiul I' Ac- , Victorin,  f ra rmewui of thi li'.tnl li m-o held by  lue fur the WockIIiub Sf.".p".i. g I'lare, sit-  natvil oa LoS 176, Cutnox I is r el;, i'.'u'  Av.--.iK   '.! IH.DHL'S.  Dat<*d26thdayof Ap.-:*, A.'"i.  New  England  Hotel  louder New  Management.  NOTIUK is hereby given !���������:������������������( < ne month  fri.m data I intend to upp'y ' ��������� the Snper-  inteudeht vf Provincial Pi lice. Victoria,  for a hotel liquor license in to Wilson  hotel, situated at Union Biy.  ..i!,  John Hi mi'iiiiky, Jr.  Dated '2G:h day of Ayii. l.UU.  KOTICE is heroby gi\ou tbnt one month  fr.)m date ������e inteud to n;i]i;,y to the Superintendent of Provinciil r..|ie.e, Victoria,  toe iircuewid of the Hotel   im: nt>o  held  First-Class   Board  l������y  the day, week or month,  Reasonable Rates  The Bar has been new  ly  replenished  with  the  with the choicest of wines  liquors and cigars.  James   Walters,  Proprietor  Garden, Field  and Flower  New crop'now arriving from our grower* in iIngluud,Fraoce  Idol Iiuui, Canada and the Unlled States. All twled.aa to; vitality nml purity on arrival. The bent i������ good enough for o������\r customers. Catalogue free. BitHiness will le continued at ot|jr old  stand until May. Afler that in new location, which will ho announced later.     ��������� Addrese  M. J. HENRY, 3010 Wesminster Rd, Vancouver  CUMBERLAND, B.'C  0  by lib hu- tha Nelaon In  .vitiated   at  Union Bay, B.C. Fiia.-t.i: ,1 bisiioi*.  DaWUGth clay of Ai ri;, l'.hi!.  N()TK'E is lieroby given :-.-. <i;e m-'iitli  from date I intend to ap;) y I ) ;ie.Super-  inte:*.ilodt of Provincial iv .ra, Viutaria,  for a rotiowalof tlie hotel lie i.s-i held by  me for the Wilson hotel > 1 u u: 1 at Union Bay, Jons Hi'mimimsv.  Ihued the 26th day of a\h I   1910.  NOTICE h hereby given th t miu month  from data I in Iced to ap^l, I" the iSupcr-  intrndentof Provincial lJ   ico,   Vieu.rin,  fi;r Ihe transfer of tha h't el license held  by me for the Wilson  hun I,    iMiami  at  Unioi., 11 U., to .!ohn IlniiiMhre.. Jr.  ���������     ���������-���������_ .j,on j.  ttfJi-niBR-ft  Dated 20th day 'if A^i-i    !'.;:i>.  KOTrCIEi.i hereby ft'.von lli:..! no ninntli  l roiii date I intond to ap'-ly i.j i ��������� i.- Sup v  iulo J- af - f i'r..viuci!il I* )' c, v'.ietoriu,  for ii iMiiewui oi tho hutol lic.i tm* hulil b,  luu (u, tlm   Lome   iictt-J.   .si ii.-.vd at (jo-  Ill' x   B IA. Vlocksct:     , Cum;.  ]'."! -I 2i!lh d-.y <������f April, i >ln.  NO'l W ia lic-eby given i'r,.ii miu month  from tWto 1 intend vo apjil> '. ��������� nm Siiper-  luieniltir.t of Provincial I' 1 o ,. Victuiia,  for a le.'CWBl of (he betel 1 eeii e-.i eld by  mo for the Rivurmde hotel, rmuted nt  Coiiiteimy. 1J.O. 0. M.  Kkuhnkr.  Duteii tno litlth duy of Apr,I AAD  NO'J'KJIC itt hereby ts'tven thi.i ������;iu ntontJi  from dnte J iitoiiu to npply r iit,������ .Super.  ililuudeut of Pievinoihl Puliee, Vji-loria  for HiMi*������vul of tho hotoi li.-i-n e in Id |>y  Wi- fer the Union ImU'I, aim .'oil ������l Uni  tut, li <J, Sami'i-.i, '*, I'.wis,  UiituUlit- 2Glh tiny of A|.;i, i!)!ii  Jt'OTfOKishoioby (,'ivon tli t on- month  from i3ttt������ I iiitend'tcr.ppl* to tlio Su^r-  intauilout nf I'rovinciii) IVi'ir, \'ii)U/iin  for it ruuoivd, of iho hole) Iiivijm' bold by  luu for i.he Oiiurlmmy huti-l, ..;. uio i ivl  0 urtenuy, B.C. .Ion:.' U .i.������>i.vstdn .  Dnted 2i)ti. diy of Apri',  !;'i :  N'OTUMi it h'moliy gi\e , ������ i ��������� e month  from dnti) I inctiiid I > *|>p ��������� ; ��������� *.li*i Siiinu*-  into'iileut of I'roviuuiitl I'd ,.������������������; \ iti.nnn,  fill* Il iaiifiW.ll of tho liotul li vi. j������i held by  mo f.ir tue Kl!{ ��������� ntcl, ������������������iltM'-' d   .i   < Vfu. v,  11.0. UKOIiUK 0,     .M.n'ln.'.,M,|j,  Uiitcd lllitli ihyof April, li".  NOTI K ii������ liuroby given tlmt m> iut.t>t)i  from title I iiitetnl to npply t" I lio Super-  iiiteiid'mt nf I'i*' vlneiil I* ���������'!������������������������*. Victni-in,  furitruiieiviil nf the hotel lie n-1 held by  ni'if ir lh-.; Y in AivmbMi In'!,'. Minuted nt  (,!i)llii'X. IL* 'I .   I'     tlol.MiH,  Uni tn-; *:tr,iiiiy or Ai������ni. i'ih  "Whon Vosi Ave Tinnki'if uf  Form No, 9.  LAND ACT.  Form of .Notice.  Comox Land   District  District of Const.  TAKE notice-that Henry Ar-  thur Voanp;, of   Vancouver, occu- j clauses Act, signed by  the   owners  CORPORATION OF   THE CITY OP  CUMBERLAND.  A BY-LAW to provide for the construction of Hewers in the City of  Cumberland nnd lo authorize the  borrowing of a sum of $25,000, upon tne security of Sewer Rates and  Sewer Rentals, with the guarantee ol  the City ot Cumberland.  WHEREAS it is desirable to construct a system of sewers in tht City  of Cumberland according to the  plans therefor prepared by Ed. Mo-  hun, Esq., and adopted by the'Coxm-  .cil of the snid City of Cumberland.  AND WHEREAS it is intended to  borrow the sum of $25,000.00 upon  the security of Sewer Rates and Sewer Rentals imposed, levied and collectable in the City of Cumberland.  AND WHEREAS the Corporation  of the City of Cumberland propose  to guarantee the payment of tha monies borrowed under authority tit  this By-Law, and tlie interest, there  on.  1   AND WHEREAS a Petition, under  the    provisions   of    thc    Municipal  nation Master Mariner, inteiuls to  apply for permis-non to purchase  the  fullo"7iujJ" described lands:���������  of more than one-tenth of the value  of the real property in the City of  Cumberland, ss shown on'and by the  last revised Assessment Roll of the  Commencing at a post planted OU|said City of Cumberland, has been  Thurlow I-Jhml about one mile j Presented to thc Municipal Council  \i   .    ry, o ���������   .   i     ��������� , i requesting the  Council   to introduce  marke.I A.. P.   A.,   X  thence West   00  "yElre^BpEawr���������-  chains;  E.    cot*. -    AND    WHEREAS the said 'Scwci  thence   Rates and     Sewer Rentals arc cell-  sum of $25,000.00 currency, each ol  the said debentures * being of the  amount of not less than 1100.00 currency and all such debentures" shall  be sealed with the Seal of the said  Corporation and signed by the Mayor thereof and countersigned by the  City Clerk.  1. THE DEBENTURES shall Tjear  date of the day after the final passing of this By-Law, and shall be payable in 25 years from the said date  at the office of the Corporation of  the said City of Cumberland (or at  such other place as may be designated thereon) and shall have attached  to them coupons for the payment of  interest from the time of the delivery  thereof, and the signatures to the interest coupon may be either written  stamped, printed or lithographed.  5. THE SAID DEBENTURES shall  bear interest at the rate of six per  cent per annum from the date thereof, payable half-yearly on the last  day of June and ty'eccmber, in each  and every year until the redemption  of the said debentures at the Office  of the Clerk of the Municipal Corporation of the City of Cumberland, or  at such other place as may be expressed in the Debenture or Coupon.  6. IT SHALL BE LAWFUL for  the Mayor of the said Corporation  to dispose of the said Debentures at  a rate below par, and. to the Trea-  surerlo pay out of the sums so rais  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  Tho great Uterine Tonl������, aud  ,ouly safe effectual Monthly  Regulator On which women can  depend. Sold in threo decrees  of etronfrtk-No. J, tfi; No. 2.  iw   ���������> 10 dogreoa stronger, $J; No. Si  ���������f tat Bi>ecial cases, SS tier bos.  _-V . Bold t>y all drugarlsta, or se:..������  vlv      prepaid on receipt of price.  ^i.     Froo pamphlet. Address: THI  8o������lllW0HllCO..T0lieNTO.0HT. UorrnerlvWvMMt*  Singer Sewitig Machines for  sale on easy terms at the NEWS  OFFIUE.  Wood's FbosptodiAOf  The Great Bnglinh Rcmi'tly.  Tones and invigoratenthu whole  iiorvous fijrjjU'ui, iu:ikos now  Bload In old Veins, VurenN-rv-  out Dtbilitu, Mental ond lira in Worry, Vca  ponuency. Sexual Weakness. KniisnUnis, Spev-  ���������materrluta, and Effects o/Almsoor Jiveejuses.  Pricon per box, ulxforSS. One will plotwo.t.x  will euro. Sold by all drugrgista or mulled lit  pliilni*g.on rocolpt ot prico. A>io puin-hlet  vuimifrce. Tho Wood Modioino Oo. _  nwiZeti/ri...      iformeriy Windsor)  Toronto, Oni.  ^ulltl  chains  40 chains;  thence  East 4-U j uiated to p.roflucc-SSr.Oii.00 annually  1    AND WHEREAS .the said   amount  thence along  shoreline to j  1 p'jint of commencement,  containing 100 acres more or less.  Henry Arthur Yoiing  Name of Applicant, [in .full]  Aii|,bro������e P Allison,  Agent  Dato December 5th, 1000.  MADE IN CANADA  YEAST  i  Best Yeast  ta the Wori  Sold ami  Used  Everywhere  &W.G������llt;ttCo.,t/.r.  Toioi.tn, Onl,  Not only i.s  it u   nice   mihl  smoke, hut iht.  ���������'Onittd Duke''  Thfii um*   u   "Thi.**   line,   Vour  Mil,(I Naturally Tmn.-  .��������� the  Bmger, Kuiuner,  .'Royal Enfie ci,  ft Ooveutr/     ;  \N I    u.l\ ' ... in     nn i ���������  I i .* t-, svi'j) )-'<t c Wh������ ������������������. , iiii.it-!  t r ur v.u'i.thi*.* jr������*itrs.  wjc r������o KK.rriN'i      ;  \ v������)   !<)> f \IW ! v.;.  Thoo. I'liIKl BY  in. {', x< \ S-ric!. \'i������*'"*J '   B.C.  of money   .'intended to  be borrowed  '���������pursuant to this By-Lnw, will beprl"  j mnrily charged nnd serurod upon tlm  I Sewsr Rates and Sewer Rentals   to  | be .".ssessed and levied collectable an  ! minlly in the city of Cumberland.  I    AND    WHEREAS    the    computed"  j ain*)iint required to be collected an  j nually by Sewer r.sntnls and Sowor  1 Rates, or otherwise to. be raised   nn  I nually, to   pay the interest at   hIs  ; per    cent por annum upon tho   said  ! amount of $25000.00, is ������1500.011, and  ! the amount required annually to dutch urge thc debt vhan luvyable vi?.:-'  The. snid sum of- $250-00,00 in, twenty-live years is $10(10.(II), and the total amount required to be raised an  minlly by rate for pnylnR the   said  debt   and tho    interest,    thereon Ip  S'.'iioO.OO,  and it is estimated   that  i Un*��������� will be not any dericlency,  j    AND WHHHWAR the amount of.* thn  ! whole    ratable    land   and   improve  inunts or real property of the Muni  ' cipnlity accorditiR to tlio last roMa-  | ed AusosKinfltit. Rfill l������ ?23.'I,75II.II0  j    AN'l) tl'I-IKHRAS II; In proposed td  ! imnm Wnbontunw of thn snld City <tf(  | fhitnherhiml for tho nam ot $2.p>ni)0,i)i"j  ) heiii-iH',' intorost thereon nt thn rnti'j  I of six pw cent per annum   as horn-  , t.lUr provided (which in the debt tn  te ''reatod by tliU Hy*Law.)  ;   THIflRlSPOTIE the Municipal Coun  i ell cif thu City of ('lunliorlund cnuct-t  nn follows:  l.   THE   MONEYS    rnifioil   undtn  ... ,.     , thin Ily Law nh������ll lm fiuthwlth   ox  jCiRaMwii all those ueewwuy ,���������m,od ln thc co..Htruction of .mwer.i  iqiKilitifH   which   ){ive   so   much   nnd for tho pun'onoH ������enernlly nirn  i satisfaction to thc smoker. ' 'I0'1*1'1 '" lh'K l*rhnxv, nnd for   no  !  -....���������.-  other purpoflen.  NOTICK in Iweliy uivmi lint lliiih '2. IT SIlALI.be lawful for tln-  ilijn iifn.'" dit������ we in'eiuHii iipidy 11 the Mayor of the (Jorporntlon of tin-  Sujii-riiittmliiiit of I'l'.iviniiliil I' Iim \ u<city 0f    (inmhei'laiid to borrow   on  teiin, fur h mduwiI cf tlm Imt.l  Iim   ih0 H(tCur)ty (.( Howm* HhIoh and Hev  (���������'Mho \Villou������ HoiuImI imti'rt utC.iup ' nr it���������ntftln linpoiio'l, lovlml nnd eel  llml! R'v������r, JJ. C. fir Hi* Itirm of nix, |���������rtnUo. in the said Oity of Oumhor  'iiionUiiCvmiJimviuxiliilj'lii*, JVID. imid and hy wny of pimrpntcr   upm.  the credit of the snld Corporation'n:/  _..,..���������___^.____. ^_ *,i-y   "-���������  ,',*a  OfibGtitiiroH    lietciiiiiflt'i'  '    NOTIiKi.  h-roliy ������iv~n   ilit7 tliiMj"  niMitlon������l, froitj ������t������y pemotiH or per  'lit*, nfter d������*e (hittiml In ������pl''y I" tl*������  8"B" or    hotly or hudUm corporate,  i ��������� in iior.na-titi.-iiii.il i. mii.������i..u i. tit..-   *..-���������  "���������<--���������   '"'���������': ,0 "'M'" ' ^n"*   "������"  , .'inn. (<r.t f.nMt..: ,..' :,������������������ ) i.i ;...;.,������ ������nml' ������"' n i rote, fl mini nf money not  I f. i,h������������ MJw-pmn Unioi, nlni.Id ,i' "������ciodl������!K In the whole the mim ol  A.'i���������',U.i' f..r thf Iiimi of nix month eiMiiW.W) currency, and to enu������e all  | ..;u.u.uivi.^ July l������-, Jillu, *i'eh mimu mo mined or ixcolvcd   to  KHKKKIOK'niUl.lS.      lm paid Into the hnndii of the Tr������ow  IHL'IJSft JIANMKN.  ; Ui.ii.iil ia l.utiii, Apiil mb, I'.IIO,  '.���������.   ...  Imiu'i.*, r..������.'.ti      1*.      '��������� '.','���������  ..-.'! r.t'i'.'y--. -iho fonti,'. ������������������*��������� aih\  \f.,t; irtuii' i.id _��������������� n r . < '."fi ���������  i   i,    ' ,,   '. V't-o" i ������   '''-'���������'    '���������*''' ���������  K'fiii N... It  l.AMlt ACT.  1*01! VI OF NOTICK.  t inin hiiiiil Uiitii.tt,  l������ii tint uf Nn** WiH'inltin er.  TrtK!"   \ U|i V. tlmt h.).inn.r  ll    \ln|  I'M, "i i.n -I, Ui'. <������f piitim .(.iii-tii  r,tm ,)��������� *f,i.|,|  \ f,,f |jrrii ill I i.i,i,h    li ~n  ���������in- 'i ':..*i..i������ i.n,I.; .('niitii-f ��������� im mt .  jin-t iii i wi   11 hi-, iiiirtmiii-t  or i-i*i ( M.  I  Vi      11*4   li llll'* I <l������tl������ HI I'll il   H     ll  In-,-  ������   *t>   Un  ������,  tnu*.-  Until   ro   i.i   1.*  i,   <������������������ m  t Kiifi.) *     tie* i |..f t.f i������.,  .(. v      i:t.)',\s>iii h  m ������uoin,  l,|.'HH'  llK������������n it*.   \f   i  .v>      .      . ������������������ fid...   nt   -sni-hl    fur  the nnld Corporation for thm purpo������������  I-ml with tho object herninhoforn re  11 rrnt to.  The nnld Dubentnreit  Hliull  ��������� ontiiln the eunrnntee of tho City ol  I'litnbtrlonil, In the lolhnvlnu termn,  ��������� i" rt nenr thereto nn enn be:  "Th������ pByment cf the print ip.it  "ii|i'jn|.'.'i fi"' ���������,l" li't"i'eit thern-.n  "iiiid.r Uiiu de'iintiii. at. tht i"  "'tj.tctiv* doteit when the mme full  edby the sale of the said i)ebentiires7  all expenses connected with ���������the preparation and lithographing of the debentures and the coupons, or any discount or commission or other  charges incidental to the sale of the  said debentures,  7. In tho event of the amounts  raised in any year from sewer rates  and sewer rentals proving insufficient  to pay the said two sunis of $1000.00  nnd $1500.00 respectively, then and in  that event there shall bo levied and  raised upon the ratable land and improvements or real property in the  Municipality nn amount sufficient to  remit such deficiency and discharge  the Ruarantee of the City pro fcanto.  S, So much of the monies collected for and received hy the City  Treasurer under tho provisions of the  By-law or Xly-laws to be passed after the passage of this By-law ns  aforementioned ns shall l:c sufficient  to provide the annual interest on ilnt  moneys borrowed on the security of  said debentures and tho annual sinking  fund    for tlu*    pnymont of the  'principal monies due upon the said  debentures shall, immediately on receipt thereof, be sot nnido by the said  ('Ity Treasurer and placed by him to  ���������a separate account with thc Uankers  of the Corporation of tha aaid City  of   Cumberland,   thereout    shall ho  j paid the coupons or interest upon  the debentures or borrowed monies aa  the samo   hIihII from timo to   timo  | fall dun, and (lie monies to provide  the said annual Hlnkliu? fund' shall ho  placed on * deposit nnd with tho   in-  j tercHt thereon Hlmll he allowed to accumulate, and thereout. hIiiUI be paid  the jirlrelpftl monlMi horrowed, hh  the Hiild (lobontnrfiH ultflll from time  t������ time becomrt dim,  ' ll, THIS HY LAW SHAM,, boforo  thn Ihinl pn&HiiiK t,|iorm>f, rocojvo the  iit-Kant uf Hid Klootoni of the hhIiI  City of Ci)*mlM>j*hwrl, 1n thn manner  provided for in the Municipal  ciuuiWH Art, nnd nhnll take effect on  the day nfti*r the linn! ,pn������slnif thereof.  IU,   THIS HY I���������AW may not he altered or repeated save with tho consent,   of  the Lieutenant-Oovernor-ln-  Council,  II,   THIS IIY-LAW shall ho   cited  ���������;-'       '��������� ii     t tmn "  ,.��������� ....      .   i. 1,     .      . v    ..... ,      .  i'AKK SxildUK (Ul (Jus ���������h,i\<  in a Iruo copy of llio propowl Hv*  law,  Upon which tho vote of   lh(:  miinici|ni'ilv will lie tufceii   nt Sul-  (IhJ'h TnilorHliop,   1/i.ii-mtiir Ave  on Monday, Jutn,,20ih11010, from  ll a. ni��������� to 7 p in.  AMiX. MoKINNON',  CUv f'V-lf  All thoso parties h-ivini* bought  tickets for the piano raffle, pleape  return the name and receive their  money.   MRS. C. HOOPER,  o Union Bay.  FOR  SALE���������Smith   Premier  Typewriter in   g'*>od  order.   Cost  125.09 will sell for $50.00. Apply at this office.  S.S."LITHIA"  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars apply to^���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G.LI. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox, B. C.  Satisfaction ��������� Buy a, "Grand  Dnke" and huve satisfaction. Union mude, hand made.* and made  from clear Havana Filler,  Form No. 11.  LAND AOT  Form of Notice  Comox Land   District  District of Cortes Island  TAKE notice that Helen  Bull,  of Ileriot Uay, B,   C.  ocenpatson  Matron, intends to apply  for permission to lease the  following described lands*.���������On Cortes Island,  B. C. being tha* portion of Sqnir  rel Cove known as the  nortlieiist4  erly arm and Inscribed as follow*:  ���������Commencing at a post planted  on     the    shore     about        200  yards  northwest * of   the    north  west corner of timber limit B();'(i5  thonce    southeasterly   along   ibt*  northeasterly shore  oiu'-lialf mil**-  more or less to  tin-  sci-t'i  shore thence foi In win;. ���������),,:' -���������  easterly shore in   ;;,   .��������� ���������',":���������,���������;:.--. -  *    .  direction 200 \:;p;- iii������/;M ,���������;: :, ;��������� ;.���������*  ihe  soutiiWi'KLeriy    sii,-.-..    ���������!;..,';,,-'  no'rtli\\vsti-.'i'ly itlouti -If  -'o'.ul.i- ���������:.'  westerly shore produ-��������� ,' ;.ti..'i,.- Av.  imaginary   line    <ior*.'-'.>   >A-;\'r.-'  (Jove to a point on liiv-   ��������� rri^.i ;:  erly shore tlienc'* ihi".-'!���������'!���������',-���������  ..������������������'��������� n-.:  the westerly shore  to   i.-     ;���������-.,  ���������������������������.*/  shore  thonce ^oulheiu.Vi..'-.....  :..������������������  the nortlieasterly-shore to point ,>,  coinin^iieeiiie'nt and containing m.x-~������  ty(,60) acre-* liiore or less.  Helen Bull, A-ppHcatii'..  ~-DatecUMarch4st-p.iii.aL  W  Seeds  TB  OP KVERY'KIND. in nny  quantity, by the package or  by the pound.  Ornamental Shrubs  Fruit Trees  Grown to suit thp B. C,  climate.  Catalogue  Free by Mail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co,, Ltd.  788 Gmnvilla Srreet  P. O.   Box 1063  VANOOT3VER, B.O.  Sr  FOB  SALE���������At  church  Price, $20.     Apply 0.0  (yOlilO.X,     ft'   go 1  FOB SALE--A   Ford  It ^ ;  about Automobile, 15���������I.S   l!"is(-  power 4 cylinder, all Newly par-fed, new tyers, and everyi!ii'-.  pleted:-price ������100,00."    \*.,-.  J, B, Johnston, Coiii*te..nv iii.,     .  By request of 11 utntil>er of his  regulur customers, W. J, Guard,  tho well known piano tinier, will  make a special trip hero in July ���������  Leave ord������'''rs at this nfjiee  FOR SALE���������A.   live   rm  house on half lot. For fwi'tlu".  ticulars apply at this ollici-  let I  UND AOT.  Foiii) of Nrtticp.  Rnporr, Viuuiouvor Ih1iiii<! Liml Diftrict,  DiBtrlut otlUipe't, eiiit of amall livko  ob. ut .V ot 11 milu north ot Clonruio I.n1 *  TAKK NOTIOE Hint I, Mutihltt Loui-n  <)r<niloy, uf Vnnouuwr. ������������oiipi������ioii uiimh t\  woiniiu, iitouilN to apply for |)'i'inn-niun to  imrohiiic fulInwiiiK iloiorih' d l.imlu:  t-ommono 11 ��������� at ������ jiost plimtrd thrcn  mile* nunh cf iS.vv, ooniwr of ciiwuh^I|i 81  fht'ijoa iit*t *I0 oliniimi tlu'tu* Hutitli-10  nlmin*', I'mwlDHf mini)] rlvori Uionou wihI  W eliiih).) tuonoo north 40 unainH I /1> tint  if tinmiiiiii (iiiiiio.it, heiiirtiib ul Kill win,  ApI'lioU t, MaTII.UA llll'KK CkdI'I.KV,  Apmt, Altr.d IC. Cvuj.loy.  Dlltrd .liiin-IhI, HMO,  KwmNo.u,  I..VNU ACT  Fnrm of Notice,  FOB URNT���������Kiiriifchw-lrooiiiM.  Apply Airs. J. L. Roe, llospit-d  Street.  FOK SALE���������2 Iioiim son Windermere Avenue and 2 honsi's on  Third Street.   R, (Jrunt & Co.  *|*|***|WMWwwMwwwiwwwwiiwiiwtiBiwi m mmmmmme  "   Advei'tistM'H will con for tv favor"  by bringing 111 Mieir mW, not Ihihi*  thnn Monduy. ns this  will  enable  I lie  pi'intui's, to  insert it in  thr-  next issue on the following 'I ties  day.  ���������^������������������������������������IIIII       ���������miu. .11   1, .*,,.,..  IP you WANT GOOD  I'RINTlNf) GO TO THh:  NHWS. FIRST-CUSS WORK  m  O. H TARBELL  NOTKT.  Whliiiji on (nootnofivfi'nti<l   rail  ilno iin������l*������r the tfltng of this dr mn    way mr* of   Iht*   Union   f'^Hiery  "turn. I������ h*r������t������y ������������mranteHl \ y tin , Oompany hy nny  |ier������on   or  )*r  -.ol  ������ n 1'ifi'fon of   l\,c   Cnv   <������������������; .���������,,n--i-xr'pt ������-.ii!ii;..������-i, ������tiu*'ly  Vnnii'iMviT Im m I Lmiil Ubtrlot.  I>Ih not nf Hii)nri,on tliiuiiin nm tin mn  of (ionr^io L1I01,  TAKK NOTICK tlm. J, Mat Ida Loum  **'i.r,i,li\y ,f  V'nttiifitiviiti    1 untttviHiw  mir. ,  nul u iiiihii, latftortri In ������|ivlv fur |inrmm |  flun tn purohiNi tho f"ll< wlun i'o onlmd  tiniI,Uuirmioiic|n������iit n iiost pl'iuti'il ono  mll������ nuHii nf tho H.VV. oorner of ttiwnilii|i  Hi tlienoii osnt 40 oIhiuhi Ibenco north -h)  f'liuliiii" fliHiifi wi.st fiH fur in thr  wiitoni'  6 l|f������ of iitid like: llii'tioo full iwtn������ the  iliorn mid lake in ������ nonth w.Ht tljraction  to \mhit duo not'dt nl \>*iiA ol 0 miiiMuoo.  iniii-li tin mo noulh tn |ini)it otootuiuoiioo  iiiriit, cout.i^injf nhoni 100 nan b.  Applioant, M.uii.ua LotiiMtCmiaKV,  A|{wit, Allied K Uroplo;,.  Dhlnd Jnn������ Ut, 1010.  ������������-4*������'*,������Mi  PCOW''    ht\\, l'm\U\*w%r\l*n* XV  in * (jC '*e ***��������� *'   *>  t  }).,*���������) XtHf', ���������������������������������������,|. !!������!���������������.  "riitrntrtun-A.  ������,   if  HIIAU. m dambd U,r   th**' i^ % , ,.Ml.'..M\ (���������r ������������������, wi���������a  >irt Mnynr to ctftw* tny umpi'it   o' i ., ,  ' Iret.'-trm tn tin ���������vo''*. *r������c ft A en ' '  nit.  >������ti������'  mi  l������r  t't-d It r s'l'ti n''7* " r* mt** ) *    n  '.���������,������, i.< 1     f ��������������������������� tin 1* K '������������->r, tUi  1  Ki x\> t* v  l.irrt*  TImto will ho service hold n-  the Metliodint Churtli on Siimhiy  itfxf, tlie Ho\, U. Vi  Vrvvumt 0 rt  eiiitiuj;.   n   1 ni....  No\l S' turdiiv will ho tflY-duy,  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Ami nil KITCHEN    UTENSILS'  Sportsmens Goods  and  Genera! Hardware  NOTIOR  Any pornnii or pornnim, outlirifr,  removing or tiikinj: nny Wottki*,  tiinlier nr wo'hI. ntniivdiMcriptiiMlii  H������lot)������ln������ to tlm Wellington Col.  dory Oo'y., or from or off tlio Imxl  of the Miiid ('(iinpnny. will ht* prn..  fom*d to tlw lull I'XtHit nf tii������> Iim*.  V.   D. Uttlo.  ,Su(*'fiiiti'Nih'iit  Wtdlingiuii Colli������rj (*o,jf. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND," BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  yi  For $1.00 a Year  The Oliver Type-  ���������writer for 17 Cents  a day!  Phase read the headline over again. Thnn  its tremendous aiguificwce will ddwu upon  you.  An   Oliver Typewriter���������the   standard  vs ble wciter-the moat highly perfected  typewriter Dn the m&rket-yours for 17 cents  a day !  Tlie typewriter whose conquest of the  commercial world in a nutter of business  history-youra for 17 oonts a dny!  Tiie typewriter that is equipped witb  sours of suoh conveniences as "The FUUuce  Shift"-"The Ruling De*vioe"-Tha Double  Release"-"1 Che    Looomo*.ive   Baae"-"The  Au'.imii\iit* Spacar"-The Automatic Taliu-  ln   '"rheD's ������������������'���������earing Indicator"."Th**  Adjustable Paper Fin  tfcrh."-"The Scientific'  Condensed        Key-  ���������> .ar(*"-all.  Yours For  17  Cent's a Day! j  k   *^ift-^5^"M    We, announced this j  ,u Wait >.-,,, t."ou..uy,   juat   to  ftfil   thi1  ijulsa t.f tho people.   Simply a small cinii  il.   nnymon^-'htti. 17 cents a. day.   That i  Ir--  ;l;ni ia a nutshell.  ���������   t's'i I  has been 'inch a   deluge  of  ��������� ���������ifwiio'is for machines that we ate aini-  p-y ii.iii, iimi'iOJ.  The   lUumud   comes   from   people of all  dh-asus. nil iges, all oc upatious.  '!.'!i������ uiiijonty qf iuq'u riiis has como from  ,t>)iv'e of'knowing financial standing who  av!" attritoted by the novelty of thu prop  inn).    An impressive  de'uionstratiou ol  toast!.pitpu^uity.of-the-Olivar-Type-  v 'i' .,-  '   f'.ii >��������� co'illrm idoti of our heli' f that  i-. a of Utiiversal .Typewriting io at  mud.        . ' ��������� ' i .,;,  A Quarter of a Million People are  ing; MONEY with  Yr%m'.mm,,:.mtm .  beeu   biseb  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UNION BREWERY  Drink   U   B, C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B.C  JOHN McLEODS  FOR PIRST-ULASS  CANDY, FRUITS.  CIGARS.,& TOBACCOS  HERCULES Stump Pullers  it  1   FAIRFIELD  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-end service   between Vancouver,  Naiuimo, Union, Coraox. hy  the  steel Clyde built twin eeieie  steamer "COUTOltAN"  Sailing as under���������  Leaves Vaucouver, Saturday 8pm  Arrives N*naiiuo, Saturday 1*2 p iu  Arrives Union, Snnd������y 6am  Arrives Comox,   Sunday Sum  Returning:���������  Leaves Comox. Sunday 4pm  Leaves Ua'to.. fluidity 5pm  Arrives Nsnuitno, Sunday 11pm  ArriveB Vancouver Monday 7 n m  Stage lesves Union for Cumborlim 1 i>v-  eiy Sunday moruinu on arrival of'COWICHAN;" and  leaves Cui������KeIi������"di lol ol  at 1  pm,  connecting with stemier  Union.  AcupofBOVRlLisafine  tonic ia aay season, but it i������  valuable in manyothet way*.  A little added to Hashes  and Stews greatly improvet  their food value. Try it wheu  wanning Canned Meats.  BOVRIL  NOTICE u her. by given th*fc at 'the  next mec-tinyof the Board of LiceoebCou  missii-n.-ra of tho City of Cumberland, we  intend to apply fur a renewal ; f the hotel licinse held by uh for the Vctidome  Hotel, situated ou lot 5 block 3. Cnmbei-  hind TowiiBtte.  WILSON * BRA.MBEKG  Dated this 25th day of May, 11)10.  $_ STORE  1  9)  41)  41  %  4\i>  t  t  J. JACK,   Prop.  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits and Tobacco  Vancouver Ice Cream.  9  t  tt*  tt*  O  c  9  ������  4i ���������;*���������  ���������ii Dunsmuir Ave.   Cuoiberla'nrl f>  <) '     ���������    9  ������-?$^$?$������$?<$$<������^????9-9i'  NOTICE is horeby given tnat at tlu  next, mcuting of tho Ikurd of Licaiis.  Commissit uerfc of the Ci y of Cumber-  lad, I intend tj "PP'y for n  renewal of tho hotel iiccnso held by nu*  f r tho New England Hotel, situated o:  the east half nf lot, 3, ia block 3, Cumberland ToWDsite.  JAMES WALTERS.  Dnted this 25'h dny nf May, J910.  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC  Having bu K a Urge warehouse aud m-Tt  ai I'ourUnay, 1 "will in future keep oa  h=*nd a stock of nil Mods of Hay, Graiu,  and Ffsod ut. lowest lnavkct rates. A  specialty will be made of roller crushed  fot-tl t'A lints������������������/, whioli will make a Having  of ������tl������ tltird in the conl of feed. Ord������'t  given tbe leani'ster'or hy phone will bo  promptly filled. Thinking ynu for your  patr naiio iu i lie past aud so-ioi ing a con  tinusiiteof'bn fame oo bro.ider bac-a,!  beg to renzaiu  Yours lo command,  P.YRON CRAWFORD.  Walworth=Rolston Co Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B������ C.  Cumberland Livery  I  and Feed Stable...   4  ���������������  * m  OLIVER  Typewriter ������  i'iLK ST AM DAUl) VISUJLK WIUTKR  Hie iJlimr T\pBwritoi' iin money maker  ri); fr iu t .0 w.ird "k'o!" So easj' to run  .:,;!.��������� iegin em him-m get in lie "expel".'  ,s������. i;..'ir i ii" y'ii l-iii'". L������t ihu ui������-  tifrt p ,y Ini 17 cuutn ii iiay-uiid nil iiliove  ',*.������. ,i; .loui'i*.    ..  \Y|;. "Vi'i* >uu ������iio. iIim'o'm worli to lie  ��������� -���������;������������������;   mun.') t'bn tunl.i hy useu-tf lio  ���������ci      ''bd buhini'fl* -orldi-oilling f>r  i'i v r op-iiii��������� rii.  'i'lier-u-re not onovigh to  upiily ih" dtiiuiul. TlieirHdnriod iii������ciin-  Njdoniily ti'iovo dhoseof many clu������R;* of  |Aviirker������,  |rAn Oliver Typewri-  llber iu ������very home!'  \ Thnt Ih our IniUlo o y toil ity.   Wu h vo  nmlo thpO ivtir HUiiruuio in u.wfnltv nn ft d  l^olntfiy inili������ponmihloiu Im.hien*. SJ w  iitnien thi* (innqiinHt of the Uom������.  The niuipliaity iiiidBtii'iigihof tho (Jlher  it it fnr tiimily iw*,   It U b-joomiwn an  iiMii'Uut 'so.or in Iho homo inming uf  ;(iiuu������ ptopm.   An tiluoator tt8 WI'll   UH II  toi oy maker,  if i.i<\v Hulling pi in pu b   thn   01'vo  [u tno threshold nf ������v(jry lioiim  i i Aiiiir-  ii,   Will you uloun llm ������l<������i>������*  of   vour  lino or ollbe mi IhiHn'tnrkiiir*1 Olivor  |Hlllllliit,V.  viim f.t*  further duUila nf mir i������*y  .hformidnr.do copy of llm now Oliver  Un'oj.     AddroM  The Olivor Type-  riter Company.  |xhe Olivor Typowrltor JJuildinifi  Chicago, till., U.8 A.  \,   JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : ALU  KINDS  .  .  ��������� . ���������  *  wood  and Coal  1 Hauled  * Duiisiiuv.r Avenue  ��������� CUMBERLAND,   IJ. 0.  a  ^..|^^.f^^>H**!4������T*H*}*4*t,W^'f  e  5!  ���������me  9  *$*  *?  I  I,  w  >  (J  t*.  Nl  Vet TO No. 0.  LAND ACT.  FORM OK NOTIOK.  tloimt Und Oiitriot.  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OKI papers for sale nt the News  Oiiicio.  I.ever Brothers, Toronto, will send you  free a cake of their famous Plantol  toilet soap, if you mention this paper.  E. 0. Emde Pipe fitting anil  General repairing.  o u  rt   ������tj P  ������**    I fl  *  'C ",      ,.  ������   ������ *%  NOTIuKis lwrohy givon thnt 30 daye  nflor ciiuo 1 intci d to iijijily to thp Hon.  The Chief Onmmiitioner of  hnmlu  nud  Worka for a liconito to i>rn������hooli for coal  ���������md iiPtn'olmnn iimitir t|iu WluwitiK  de-  scrihrd liinUi, aitmio in Saywui'il DiHtiio*,  mul dtitoribod a������ followt:���������tiunmi-ncing  at a pint pUnted lit tho point nbmt  HO  chaina north of tho S, K, oorner of li nbot  lcnm No. U), tlnnco aoutiiflO oliuiua to  ho t\ ]., curuoi' of timber limit No.-Ill,  liiilico  wo't Jl) tiltaliiy, thenoe north   !l()  iiainii, ouaii 111) uhiiitii to -.-Iium  of  com  ilI'lKPIUMlt,  Uatid tLiH Ulth dny of AprtllDlO.  li. 1'KIK.ST.  NOHCK Ih hi'ivhy iiivim Unit 1)0 d������yi  ftiird-ttol ii.tt'ii'l to ������|'|.ly t" Ihe JI'iij,  Tho Chiof < oiiiii>iti>ii nor tf Lauds ������ii������i  World for a lii'tin-e to uii.Hpunt for uoil  <iiid prtp'lou ii umlor tlm fnlloui'U du-  ������orl"������*il lu <U, fitn,.to in .SiijwHiii Dihtiiot,  ntld lunni; l/i'"I, (Jul dHiii Hivor, li dim  IttjHmv :���������t'uii.iiiniiiiliijf ut ft poat p| iit< d  nt tho N.W, (Winr of ������i.id Hvnurvti,  tbu ' e u������r 10 olnuiH, mo a or Ihh������ to thu  j imrlh I*. Ht uoinvi' of imid Uukhcvu, tlie.icn  Kiilltll Til dll.tiliH, linil-r or li'i-H to till M. 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NOTICE U hereby givon that at tli  next meeting of the Board of Licoin.0 Cotn-  iniaBiouors of the City of 'Cuniberland. i  i'dend >o npp y for a renewal of the h-1-  ol ]������������������ ense heM by me ful' the CnmberlHtt'd  Hottl, sitnatidonlot 1, block ii, Cutn er-  landTownsi'e.  WJLLIAM "MERRIHELD  Dated tl is 25th dny o( Msy, 1010.  NOTICE is herebv git-yn tbu.at' .tho  "BXLni_eliog.of~.the���������Board���������of���������1-cmrFO-  Comiiisf--iotier8 ol! the Citv of C'un.b i-  imiil, I intend to apply for a lenewnl i f thu  wi oloBido liquor lioenne held by mo, i'it-  nated'on lot 12, blouk 6, Curabei'lunl  Town. Uo.  JOHN MAROCCUI  Dated th;B C5th d .y of M:i,\\ 1910.  NOriCK s ty boi-e'ny giVi-u tbnt at tbo'  next ni''.eliiij{  if tho   Board   of   l.i'-euso  CommiBsiouirr, of th������ C'ty  -A  Onuib-r-  land, I  ii tend t ��������� apply for a  r������'BO>v*l   of  the wh'olhij-ilii liquor liy/'ise held by  me  on lot 8. blouk '-.I, Cumberland Towngte.  C1ALI MOSSAITO.  Utilod thin"ajtj/.lay of Wny, I'J 10.  NoITOW i������ herftby given tmit. at thr  imr<t niecting of the Hoard of Licooso C, in  mwdonewot the City of Cnraberbind, I  ii.tond to'a ply fir n rone������'iil of tint h"t-  el I cense held by mo for the WavurJy  Ho el, situated ou lot 2; block 8, Curabtii'  limd '.I'owijBito.    -  FI1ANK DALLOS  Ua'ed (Ida Sflth. dny ot May, 1010  OKI paperufot sale at llie Mows  Office.  NOTICE is L'-roly **i*--ei.i thai, a.C ni-xt  meeiiug u������ the Board of License Commin-  Bioue s of the City of Cumberland, I intend to cpplj for a r-.ne * id of .he whole-  sale liquor licenas held by m--, ftitutted  no lot 1*2, biock 7. (. u������ibe."i:.-i Tow.ir '.o,  KK vN":C SCAVhRT. j.  JQ&ted-tlMSJJsfch-tlny-of-Mav-rlUlO ���������  .NOTICE iu bu e;.y Liven that at lio  next meeting of ihe Mo r-1 of Lie"-ft*  Coinmfsjit.'iieiB ol tlm (.ily ot Cn.obor.  Irini, I it tend lo aiply foi jt. renewal \ t  th ' \vho'os!ilo liquor licouso bt-ld by rue,  fiitiinttd on lot 0, block 7, Cumberland  'lownpiit-.  VICTOR BCNORA.  Dated this 2.r)th day of. Mny, W10  SUBSCRIHE FOR THF/NEWS  ONLY ONE r-OLIiAR A YKvR  Mrs. Simiits desires pupils f<r  tiie pianofovio at hev homo in tl*.o.  Oanip, Ouinlioi'land, B.C. lr������nnl  teruui will lm churned.  S  >  I190UI11K FOU THE XEWri  ky ONE DOLLAR A YBAU.  i  The Courtenay Hotel  Every ponvrtnlerc* (or������iifKi������.  Tb* Oantiftl Hot.1 for Sporttmon  No.if. but die Ile������t of Wmci nml I.'<pior>  ������ih������ H-������r.  RATES        WKAftttNABLB  John Johnston,   Prop  KITTIVf;������!'Vt!������ I'n^o'/l-'ICi;  Two I'lii'lotulft o! lining for Van*  eoiivi'i'V new I'nijt OtUen Imve ju.-i  iiitiiiml iVojii tlio eompftiiy wlileli  h"- >'"' <' ������������������'.���������*..'.. *', 'l.x   I.Ui'i-.i   iji.nl-  waif (Jempyny of Uerliu, Ontario,  mul four mon! enrloiulii are oxp.t!-  fwt ut hii mr\y date. Tlie work of  inxttillliig  tlm ImiiiUnnie littin^M  will lw* ^ir'CH'riiVvd  ll*iMnntt tlfiuv.  Tli.* IWlin ('"iiiiMiiiy lm** utiin luul  tin* iMi-iiini'1 forvlit* filiinyn t������f tiie  poi-t .illlw-H In (!itinli������*rlitiiil, 11. C.  Fi-niie, 11. C-. and hn* J!i������t tlni������ij~  I'll H xilllillll" Oi'llll'������'������,l    f������i* tlw   p������������t  iif|'n*.i* at    IvUit'-litoti,    Alft.     I'm  ������i un*. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
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She dropped lier eyes and did not *.
once answer. But. presently, witb r-vi-
dent great reluetauee, sbe spoke. "If
a talk In 11 more educated wny tb.-iu
the rest of tlie family it is only bo-
cause I hnve read a few hooks* that j
came in my way." i
will be a row when tfccy Ona you are
going.   Can you stand up against it?"
'it will be wearisome," sbe sighed.
-Rut 1 shall not falter."
"You are sure you won't weaken
when old Morningstar gets at your"
"1 am sure," she said quietly.
"lie won't easily let you so, yoa
know. Yon save money for the old
skinflint. To spare yourself a struggle
with bim why don't you get away
secretly and let bim fight it out with
himself after you are gone?"
"1 have considered that way of leaving, but I have decided against it. I
prefer to leave openly. But more than
Mr. Morningstar I fear Abe."
"I should think bo," he agreed. He
���wondered if this signified that sbe j
did or did not reciprocate Abe's devotion. It might be interpreted cither
way. Her caring for Abe was not
more incongruous than some otber [
things about her. Suddenly he decided to tell ber what it was her undoubt-
I should think very few books Indeed J ed right t0 know_that Hen  Muckl*
would   come   iq   your   way   on   this
come iq your way on
'farm'.'** He put it questioning!?. **t j
have never seen you so much as look j
��t m.v books when lbey have been ly- i
ing about. What bonks ever come in '
your way? .Mrs. Morningstar snys this j
Is tbe tlrst summer she bus taken I
boarders since'she jptve up keeping a ;
hotel twenty one years a,;:o. And '
when, in Cod's name, do you get time I
to read, when even a chance newspa- j
per has to be read surreptitiously be- i
tween trips to ibe spring bouse for '
food? Look hero: ! Iieurd you say lust \
night tltatuold Morningstiir wouldn't j
let you read anything Imr tho Hible on ,
t*nndttf- mid -that that dny witn the on- \
ly time you had to read at all. and you
declined Miss Hllery's offer of books." :
The troubled pucker in her brow -
deepened, lier chin ipiivered. antl he '
had the alarm of thinking she was go- j
ing to cry when to his astonishment-a !
little ripple of laughter broke from !
her. Ho had never seen iter even smile, |
and be woultl as soon have looked for |
a laugh from a Mater Poloroso. Ue j
���was sure that Balaam was not more j
dumfounded when his ass waxed con- I
vorsational thun he was lo hear this '
girl laugh. Somehow the bare idea j
of laughter was eliminated from the j
impression one gathered of her from
"day to day" BTnniTetTWTw^thlOgs���
about her did fit tor����thpr.
"I suppose there is a Joke somewhere
In this mixup," he said thoughtfully.
"but It's cryptic to me."
"Now."   be   told   himself,   "if   tbat
word 'cryptic' isn't t6o much for her"���
"I   should   think   your   own   joke j
wouldn't \k cryptic to you.*; :
"Eunice," he patiently argued, "put
it lo yourself. Would Ollie know what
1 was talking of if I spoke to her of 'a.
cryptic joke?' Yet 1 understand she
had five more years of schooling thnn
you bud." He suddenly leaned toward
her, n rare gentleness in his tone.
"ConM!, trust me; explain yourself vo
'I Again his tone of kindness flooded
her face with color and light. Ho
lihought he rend In her eyes an in-
[���ward struggle between a longing to
itake him Into her confidence and *
Ifear of trusting him so fnr. That she
!had something to conceal seemed to
hlm certain. The strangeness of it
��� was emphasized by tbe fact (bat noth-
Ing could lie more simple nnd open
than tho life of the Morningstar family.
"So thi*," she said softly.  "Ih the
mystery you find about meV"
"Well, Isn't It n mystery?"
"The, explanation is so very simple"
"I Hhould like to hear It,"
Again Bhe dropped her eyes und he*-
"There Is nothing to explain." she
wild at last, "further than what I have
told you, Dr. Kinross I have read ii
few hooka���which I have conic by,"
"Do you mind tolling mc how you
���ciiino by' them?"
"It wn*���If Is���quite by nceideiil,"
Wuddonly sho mado a moveuitMit io
rlae from (lie ground an (bough in Hon
from lib* further questioning Hut he
Irtatttiilly checked her The dl-may he
felt nt the thought of hor going nwny
fairly startled lilm. He was iiitoulsli-
��'d also to Iind ihnt for thi' llrst time
In his life he wiih talking to n yonni*
girl with an Instinctive ease and mil-
limbless, lie could not stop now tn
���onlyae It.
"I won't ask you number iiuiwtlwi
If I can help It. Mellevo inc. I haven't
until nt to press your confidence In more
mrlntdty, hut In my wish In help y<m.
though I won't pretend Umi yuu imve
not mndo mo extremely curious aliom
yourself too. Hut now nUnit tiittlin;
employment for you In lown Wnulil
you willy mako tho break wllb Hum-
people hero ntul go to the city if -mil
roold get a position there?"
The color Hint hml como to tnr
rhiwka faded out, leaving them oiiiic
Hhe looked grave, almost solemn, n*
she uu*won*d luin.      i n.m   ��>���,������...
Jt uud li.ni:  l,.'A,.i'd   ii'lb   A t.i     \* h	
wires im- that, being of age, I ain free
My Ignorance nf tlm world makes me
Tearful to go out into il, bill ! have
ronio to feel of lute that nothing which
1 nmv encounter lu nuy other iimi/c it,'
existence wiil lm more uni'i-ai.iiM- ���,
me limn my life here. Ami tut," Hhe
concluded, her eyes drooping nml her
tolci* sinking to n lower key, ��� i have
decided that I will go away."
"lan'i ll rather singular.'' he said,
*th��t Al* should Hiini'ltnli und even
urge ymir going av..i,i In- ��� f u" \"<r
"Itul he doe- wt !!-������ U'tftii iiiitb-
Inff of my ilcli'iiniwitioli." A slartb-d
look came Into ber tuce. "\t ti will not
tell Mm," alii* litenilnif aimmudy.
"I J 'AVII, birdtj'*. Hut j on say It Ih
bm wim Mill* ymi you uf�� free to leave
"Hf ten* im- I miv fie*. tmf I'' r<x '"
town-lie never dr��*#n* of nir doing
that   but tree to in.irry him"
"Which you will eveuiu Py do?
Tber*'. I'ardon rae I |>r��*im-��-.| t��> .m
yuu no more *pie��tion. Now. a* in
tdmm  Slornlnevtar*.   of ��-otin��  there
benny's visits were for ber, not Ollie.
It would be interesting also to see bow
she would take it. Would it prove a
pleasant surprise to her?
"Perhaps your problem may be solved in an easier way than going to
town to earn yonr living. I'll tell you
something. Hen Mucklehenny's visits
here have been meant for you. not Ollie. He wants to keep company with
you. Perhaps knowing this you may
reconsider yonr purpose to* go to
The information made apparently
very little impression on her, except to
bring to her face a strange look of
weariness and sadness.
"Did Hon tell you," sbe asked in a
spiritless voice, "that he wanted to
come to see me?"
He observed that she did not say
"keep comp'ny." He wondered why
the brightness had so suddenly gone
out of her at the mention of Hen.
"No." be said; "I overheard hint telling old Morningstar. I have meant to
tell you."
"I've-known it," she answered in an
uninterested tone. "He writes verses
to me."
"Verses!   Hen Mucklehenny!"
"Yes.    I  find  tbem sticking in  tbe
-d ooi*-of~tha,spting_hojisej2lUL^^
of wood violets pinned to them."
"Tbey don't appear to have moved
you���the violets and the verses. Are
tlie verses original?"
"You may judge." Sbe drew a sheet
of paper from her pocket. "I found
those this evening. But yoti can't rend
tliom lu this light."
He took a box of matches from his
pocket, struck one arid read aloud from
the sheet of paper sbe held out to him:
save oue glance In the direction of tbe
approaching footsteps ou the board
walk and without a word darted away
around to tbe back ot the building.
Abe stopped short a few feet from
the terrace, looking baffled-at her dis-
anpearanee. Then he shnfBed up to
lie looked as though he had ju<--t got
out of bed. His hair was tousled, his
feet were bare, and he wore neither
co:ii nor waistcoat.
"Say, tbat there was onr Euuice
settin' alongside of you. Ain't It
wus?" he demanded aggressively.
"Yes." Kinross curtly nodded, taking ��.fresh cigar from oue pocket and
a mat'-h from another. Abe bad always been abashed in his presence, but
his jealousy was evidently giving IHm
unwonted courage. Kinross, feeling
i pugilistic rage against blm for having driven Eunice away, tingled to use
bis fists.
"What was she doin'?" demanded
Abe in a tone of sullen suspicion.
"Doing? Nothing," Kinross responded, blowing a cloud of smoke from bis
"What was she here fur, then ?"
"Because she chose to be, 1 suppose."
"She went up to bed when 1 did
a'ready. What fur has she snuk dowu
"I might ask the same question of
you, Abe."
"I heerd her when she snuk downstairs. So 1 put some things on and
follered ber up."
"What for?"
"I conceited I'd see what she was
up to anyhow."
���'Yes?" said Kinross in an absent
tone, pushing back his bat and blowing up circles of smoke.
"She come out here and set alongside
of you," pursued Abe.   "I seen her!"
"So did I."
"What fur did sbe want to do that
there?" Abe angrily demanded.
"It was queer taste, Abe, wasn't it?"
���'She's my girl, and you ain't to spoon
with her!"
"Co to bed, Abe," Kinross advised
wearily.      a
"1 took notice she run oft* mighty
quick wheu sbe heard me comln'," he
*aid, with dark suspicion.
"Not very flattering to you; that's a
"Titcf:"~KinTOss-concededi��������� _
"Are you leavfn' her be?" Abe
threateningly asked.
Kbiruss took his cigar from bis
mouth .-ind measured tbe bucolic youth
1 efore aim with cold eyes, which made
'be ojber's fall in embarrassment.
Then, turning his back on him. be
continued to smoke.
Abe scowled, hesitated and finally,
villi evident reluctance, gave up the
tight and slunk away, going slowly
back to ibe house.
i I'o be Continued.)
The Deacon's Wife Tells Him ot
His Scandalous Conduct.
Good Man's Hilarity Over North Pole <
Discovery ��� Peruses Almanac a* j
Charges Are Preferred���Mra. Dolby j
Goes Out to Die. but Returns. |
By  M. QUAO. j
I Copyright.   IlllO.   oy   Associated   Literary }'
Press, i ,
DBA CON DOi.KY had milked
and fed the cow, seen to tbe
cuinfurt of the pig nnd shut
ihi* beuhouse dour and not bis
boots ott when Mrs Dolby sat down
lo cut and sew carpet rags. Without
tbe house a winter storm was raging;
within it the stove gave tint a grateful
heat. The cat purred lis she stretched
out on the rug, and as the deacon
picked up ni�� farmers' almanac ne
felt that it was good to have it Uome.
A quarter of an hour had passed and
be wus ju'si reading thai the tiles in
Indiana had hccouie so tender hearted
that I hey would ik> longer hot her bob-
tailed cows when Mrs. Dolby, quietly
������Samuel. Tin not a complaining woman."
Tbe deacon beard, but he' did not
dispute. He was wondering if the
flies of other states would follow tbe
example ef the Uoosiers.
���'And I'm not going to complain now.
I am just going to mate a statement.
a hidetxmnd old catamaran. Think of
It. Samuel -a deacon asking un elder
to drink, a deacon calling nn elder
names, a deacon shaking his tint uu-
der an elder's nose: Vou must wonder
why I didn't perish two days ago,
��vheii I heard of il. Samoel. can .vou.
will you. say tbat vou were temporarily insane over the great discovery?"
Dolby ts Silent.
'i'Iic deacon could have ut least nod-
'ded his head in the ntiirttmtlve and
made things easier, tint he did no such
tiling Ue itiiiied over a leaf in tbe
almanac and rend tlmt sheep always
see an olijecl upside down and tbnt a
city gin mi her vmiitlou In the country always seems io lie standing ou
uer head
"And when tlie elder wouldn't drink
with you." snidied Mrs. Dolby, "you
hefjiin whooping for the star spangled
liannei and treined seven men at once���
yes. sn. seven mid I've got the mimes
oJ all. And wtieii yon were drinking
you said yoti didn't care a natig for
the expense, fiir dad was rich*. Oh.
the shiune of It���slanging and swearing and drinking tieer: I'm alive.
Samuel-I'm alive just now, hut I
shan't tie long No womau can carry
such a burden and live. Why, I'm
ashamed tp-'go ro tUe well after a [mil
of water! Yes; there were eight of
you. and yon spent 40 cents, while I
have to darn my stockings six times
over I shall now weep for (jve min
ute.s imd then tell you the rest."
SolihitiR nud weeping followed. They
might nave affected some men. Out
Deacon Dolby sal there and read ibui
a barrel of cidrr was fourteen pounds
heavier than a barrel ot water and
never turned a.hair Hight to a second, when the tive miuntes were up.
Mrs. Dolby choked dowu the lump in
her throat to say:
"And you never said a word to me
wheu you came bome Von touched
your lips to the kerosene can to take
the smell of beer, a way and then sat
around und dozed You never said uie
sortb pole bnd been discovered. I
might be looking for it yet for all of
you. Such conduct. Samuel���such conduct! They say Captain Kidd >vas a
bad man. but lie could have been no
worse than you. Mrs. Watkius says
1  ought   to   forgive  you  if  you'll  go
* Her Cottage  Is Typical of  Its Occi*-
;      pant    With    Its   Low   Roofs   and*
Quaint Vine Clustered Windows���
As a Child She Lived in a World
j      of   Books   and   Started   to   Write
Verse at the Age of Five.
Since Miss June Barlow published
her "Irish idylls" in 1892. she has
worked steadily at the writing of
poems and stories illustrative of the
people and scenery ol her native land.
Her new collection of sketches and
j 6tories, entitled "Irish Ways," pub-
| lished by Messrs. George Allen &
Sons, is n delightful volume in which
the pages, to quote Miss Barlow's pre-
face, are "lit up" by the illustrations
of Warwick Goble, who brings before
the reader's eyes the wild boglands
and misty hills, the quaint cabin interiors and out-of-door gatherings, th��-
solitary laborer and the farmer among
his homely beasts, which are the subjects of Miss Barlow's sketches.
A few years ago the University of
Dublin conferred the hon. degree of
Doctor of Literature upon Miss Barlow, and it is no small testimony to
tiie place which sha has won for her-
s*3lf as an Irish author that, she was
the first woman thus honored by the
ancient university.
While staying in Dublin I heard
much ft bout Miss Barlow's love of retirement,   says   Sarah   A.   Tooley   in
"/ tuppote tiiere it �� }o)u. toinentlurrv In
Mt mfxiip."
"I ttlvr te you thla wlolnt   ���
In token thnt wn two liiivn met
Anil liopii tlmt vie stri'iiity yet
Dnte more iigaln together gut."
He turned and looked nt her. No
wonder sbo looked weary nnd sad!
"I would not llko lo trouble you
with commission*," alio mild, "bm If I
may nsli a favor of you���you are nl*
ways mi kind to me"--
"I?" he snld, surprised. "I kind to
Her answer wn* spoken very low,
"No one else hns over been so kind."
He was Hllent from nHtoiilshment.
Hbe wns tearing up little blades of
gens* m bor ��ldo with nervouit Uniton*.
Ilo waited lor bet lo go on.    t.u. ,-...<
did  ic. ,
"The favor, Kunlcft?"
Her mournful oyoa unveiled nn In-
ftinil ami looked nt lilm as ho spoku
her iiiune, ami ngnln his pulse stirred
ti�� be met the rCift bTO of her look.
"If ymi should get tin opportunity to
speak to I ten. will you plCUitO Icil hlm
lo ijlli!  II?"
"guit writing poetryT
"lie will expose mo to Hie wrath of
ollle and her father nnd mother, who
Imve net their heart* on hlm."
"And you will nut defy iln m ,.:A ',,
vor liimv Or li It Alt* tlmt make*
Hen i- caw m�� |t��i|t��*Uuui?"
She g,ijwd nt Men, ber wourutiiUieM*
changed to utlw d*����p��lr, Wim there.
ihen, nctiinlly a real ca��e of the heart
tnd not of mere proplinjiilty between
her nnd Alie?   Incredible!
Ilefore lie eonbl anaeer the faint
����Mmd of ii ��tep oft the Umrd wu't, t ,Ar
ihe tioiioe made him turn to gnmee
mer hi" nboiihier,
���Talk ot tbe itertT~
F.unice uprang 10 ber feet with the
(���rlmitiw* Itmtlnct of a utartled animal.
Disappearance ol Speaker's Tile Near, j
ly Upset Empire,
Anyone who has visited the House |
of Commons when tlmt   body is   in j
motion, and has gazed from the gal.
leriog on tho Icyislntors busily engnp- |
ed   nt   $2,fiOQ per   bond, in   escaping i
work, bus noted with filings of cur- *
iosity,  not  unmixed with awe,   Mr, i
Speaker   seated    in   birf   curved   onl< |
chair, with lions  and  unicorns  ram. j
pant nil over it.   In Ida progress to
und from iii�� chambers lo the House,
Mr. Speaker wears n curiously shaped !
cocked hat,   resembling   nothing   so !
much us those mysterious  thrce-cor- j
nweij   pics    which    made   Banbury
tiimou**.   Every   llrst Commoner   bus I
worn one,  but the present occupant ���
of thc Chair, the Honorable Charles j
Mnrcil, when he camo into oflice last \
your, ordered nt vast, expense n more
���akish looking tlic, with loss devoro |
IbioN, wjiich he .generally wears  on ;
his piiHBiipe Iq jiud from the chamber '
with �� diKfihet list to Ktarbourrt,    ft ,
Is this hnt which Ihe othor dny was '
on thc verge of precipitating a Pur.
lintnontary crittin, compared to which
he Cnnndinn navy and the Lumwlen
elmrjro* nrV mere child'* piny.
The Honorable "Charlie"   lost his
hut, niitl ho did not know it mu. mining until ii few   miiiutoH before  tho
limine   wn*   due   to  moot nt   three
o'clock.   The jh'b on which it liunif.
| with tlu* equal iv famous silk yowii,
wim ornpty.   Colonel Smith, the pen-
liti Sc'rgcurit ut ArniM, bcnriiit* on hi*
[ shoulders the rwice,   wiw wniting  at
I tho door* to head the proeesHioti,  But
(where in the world wn* thnt hn1?   A
! whole unny of iiiowenger* *t/irt"<l in
: to turn tlic   apartment* Inside   out
Cupboard* were rilled, dr��wern iver*
j riitisuckod, but no  *i||ii of   the iml.
I Tlw vory nonaitution wn*  quivering,
; a* then* ih no   preceiintit on   record
of any Speaker opening the dnily eii-
ting* of   th<* C-ommon*   without  Iii*
traditional headgear/  The erUi* win
no trrnvc that even the fnntmi* Hritfah
Noilh American Act on a dusty *hi;lf
in the library utirred uneuaily imddt*
it* vellum bitidinisK.
Up in the clock tower, Ilif'IJait
boomwi Un* <��<'iii ul .)..,. V ������'!'"""
H ithcrei', Hi Ihe chamber for their
daily religion* oxorenmn��� wliun a*.*
crclw*. bj th" v.T.y, ur* nr fully
hidden (n tu <h" view of ordinary
plibiitn.-. Still the procession wa*
del tiy M.   The Sergeant "' A"1"" <fot
.'vi.it.nl   that   tin-   end   ol   the   lllliee
nearly ext��tgui��be..i un ey- ������, ,\f
guardian of the Hpeither'* mmi.
Hnd the underline been cnpiRed iu
any other exercihe but that nl rub-
limit lit* eye. in an effort to k<*��p
��twnke. tlie ttincequencw* lilipht have
l��i*n wrlott*. From the npurtmciit*
.���uni<* the ��otmd of furniture binit
violently n��ov��J ami the dule-i i..��i.-
of thc Honorable Cbiirlie wond-ring
wtuit bad inipi-u*^ w hi- til- '"" "
from the interior cnine �� shnU n"'���'
of triumph. Mailame Marcil nppar-
i.J, bearing i�� ber hand xh, .U-r-Vfi
|��-at.jr"ar II appeared th .t u littl-
girl relative hid '��k'*n the bit m
���eliieb In }*����! her d��dl U ��Vn�� fin.)
l!., throe eornereil tile mi** ut*.* iv r*l
uiHWr m li <l, ��nd imtde n *.i. ,-���t%.
dli-l tip ��*����* I'"'* *��$ h*'>> Tbna
**�� tlic fv>ni����l����������n oaveil in f, v,v��,
tuck *4 time, and tl��e |if����*��-vi.., In...
tr-ftii into *h" Chamber mi:ti *'A. the
txMte ��Od ��ao*��Vtf "i *x*.y.
When that stnieiueiit lias lieeii mude I
shall go outdoors mid stand m n snowdrift unfit I mu frozen n�� deiiih. Vou
will then be rid of me and can carry
on us much ns you please. You needn't
even bury my fnweu body lou cut,
Just pilch It one side nud leave it
there till spring. I never complain
nnd never want to put anybody in
The North Pole Celebration,
Her words ended wltb a halt sob,
but the di'tienii was rending Unit ii
kicking cow did not kick because she
wanted to kill the milker, but that it
wkr a muscular in-ilmi beyond her control, und so tie |iiilil no niieiiiloti to the
emotion. .Mr* Uolliy waited to seo
nnd then resumed:
"My Httiienieiii Is thut on tho night
the new* cume to us tlmi Dr. Cook
hnd discovered the north pole you woru
down nt Hie urocery to get n box of
baking powder    Vou be��rd Ihe news
nnd swttnu your lint nnd hurrahed.   I )
don't auy nnytliliiK imin tlmt.   They'd |
been looking for the old north pole ��o i
long thill It kinder excited everybody I
when t|ic,v found it.    But you didn't j
atop   there,   dencon-you  didn't  atop |
there.    Are yuu  HuteiiltiR to wliut  I j
eityt   Do you ace iho toiir* ��(reaming I
,'d'tixvn my fm-eV" \
: The deiicon could hnv�� ��nld no to ���
both question*, but he didn't. Uo wn* ,
reading Hint the rensou *nnltower�� i
iHirtied (heir head* to the morning nuii
.iv** io pel In ihe habit of rubberneck-
j Ing nt nn enrly sinire in tlieir career*, j
, nnd Id* wn* wotitleriiiR bow Hip wrltur ;
; found li tun. !
j  A'Sbi yoti didn't  atop  thew.    Vou ,
ffllled 1*tr tin  cheeN for Dr  Cook.
! and you went around whipping folk* .
I on Ihe bit ii; nnd Haying the dnrtied old j
| north pole wasn't *o mticby mucky I
I after nil. Ve*; you *nld darned, and J
��� I've gol wltiieKse* to prove ll. Vou. n j
' deiicon. MWciirliig like n pirate! Uh. }
��iiniu|e|. when 1, lieurd of It my knee* j
W..OUHN. ..���.;  ..;..!  !  ���������"���tilit-iA tf I
tbe I'.ct tb'iT wai here!   Have vou any i
eiense  in  nrgi��  for  yonr *wenrnigi|
i IVere you too excited to know what |
| yon were nlmiiiT'   l>id yt�� thltitt yon
J were driving oxen >" j
Here wu* a aplendld dilutee for the '
Oeiicon   io   tin   in*.   >.m. h   f..i   ..'   .";���,*
noose, but be didn't take advantage of ;
i it.   He wn* rending ibe *toteiiicrii that j
Ihe bile of n horsefly In Ibe bloom of
: (tonim and vigor could lift n man 30X1 ]
pound* one foot from the ground, and j
, It  wa* ton Interesting to let  go of.
Mi��   Dolbjr  l��.i''������   Iwr  fie*  f'l'l rrttt
anil prudnced n xnh or two befort go*
bij. ou;
So etiii*p,   U nu* Jun the plrat#
In ymi cropping out    Mebbe If I bad ,
Irted wwfnt bjird I **mbl bntr forgtfMl
the itarn. imi what fullered. Hutnuel- '
wbai fi.IUre.r-   ; wonder thnt I dbttnl
��|| down un He- mtttttt *Ui*e nnd trom
mimeit Ui th .nli  when  f neurit ot tt. ���
After ibe hurrahing and atopplng yoo
milked tip to F.Wer Rrlvcom awl aat��*l
iim In bave a gtam et beet wltb joo.
awl wben tt derilnt�� ymn tatrnt felav
down ou yo"ur~k!ii:eS~tnRi~pWmiserbntr
I duuno���l dunno. Samuel, are you
awful sorry?"
Mrs. Dolby Retires to Die.
Samuel didn't say. He smiled a little at the picture of himsell on his
knees, bur It was a private smile, and
Mrs. Dolby didn't catch il. Itesides.
the reading grew more interesting as
he progressed There rlglu before bis
eyes was rhe siittemetit o( a New
Humps hire former- tlmi cows eoind-be
laiighi to eat old fence rails antl dole
on them If the said rails were llrst
snaked lit whisky. The cusi ot the
whisky was being mentally figured on
when Mrs. Dolby rose up nud snld:
"Well, Hie end hns come!"
So answer
"I um ifolim out to freeze to dentil!"
\o answer.
"I eniinoi be moved from my purpose, Hut yuu mny kiss me goodby If
yoti witui to."
No kissing
"All right. Sitmuel,    I shall die. but
I Biuiu'i Iiiiuiu your wood wife. I
wou'i lie so iiu'itn us Hint."'
No answer i
Then she pnswd out of the door nnd j
wns gone, and Umi lime private smile j
of the dcuciui'*  broadened.    Ue  Innl i
down tbe book,  worn  to ihe kin-ben
ufier uu apple uud was drawn up to ',
the stove und eiiliug with great reltmt |
when .Mr*.  Dolby   winked In on Dim.
Her onr* nnd nose were red und ner
feet  like ice,  but wttc didn't any *o,
Wbnt she did any wiih:
"Snmiiel, I itilnk il  would eust tho
II row ns n fortune for kero��en��. Tbey
even burn a light In the piimry at
Mr*. Dolby bnd decided to live on.
Jutt at Bad,
"Aiilnml* ure cerininly silly."
"How NOV"
"Ob, n hull wfll ctiiiae a red pitrnaol
wny Heron* n ten iicre lot, and n Mill.
frog geta hupping mud ut n piece ot
rod flannel"
"Kven nt Hint tho bull tin* no mo-
nopoly on allllne**. I have seen a
man ebn*o n red puraaoi clcai ucroas
to wu."-Houston Poat,
By 8low Stag**,
Mra. A.-l do love inb*iera, but I
never Imve them nt home, beeittim1 It
seem* no IuIiiiiiiiiii io kill I hem by put*
Hug I hem In n kettle of boiling wuter.
Mr*. IL-UrneMi*.- I never kill ibani
that wny. It would lie too horrible. I
nlwny* pui litem on iu cold water und
lol i hem como to u boll.-HoHttiii Trim-
bo it rvowo
J.JiHc 1111111 fimnd that
Hteppcd on nud broken
of ber IIUI* chicken*
tbe   tmrva.   nlm   *��i<!
"Uh, He**, bow could >
fulleii��V ! U'by.   (HI*
wiitiniut  ����ie}i mi  yot
lik�� ibat for anyibliiB."
tt>e bnr��e had
tbe leg of one
looking up ai
ou be ao in re-
little   chicken
mini    I,..,,*    j.'."*
Tbt Dlware* A**.
"I d����'l want yon io nwrry blm"
"Why nor. nml her V"
"You mny be able to do much beltar
lO the  tU'Ul'e "
"W>����. f inn I'trttm* tlmt bridge wben
1 '.nii.. tu ii   iim't  IV'-Uauiiaa City
J out imi.
Tw�� ***tlurtt.
Two tabiirm* m.i urme me reai
AM muller*.!. -*H����*4y-4a!'
ttm it mn*.   *J m itmre trnvaun* I ait
*.*n m.,r* mmm i ��*��kM snaw.**
Tn* ntttmr nmnen a wear* mtrntftm
am aaMi. -| m ner* wraaaa
I n*Mt ulM ie, bit* 4 tBlng
I l*meti  i��*ut<t iiurt mr lawa."
���tM*tmt tften
The Toronto Globe, and it was with
considerable interest and curiosity
that I set out for the village of Rn!i-
ciiy to make the acquaintance of th ���
lady whose writings had revealed ' >���
mo the humor nnd pathos of the-
Irish pcasattt. nnd tlie spirit and atmosphere of Irish scenery.
On my way I visited Clontavf, th-'
modernized fishing hamlet, whet -
Jane Barlow was born in a hou-'
standing lone nnd desolate near th-
North Bull, where the surf roars over
(he shore. There hor genius whs nurtured by conflict with wild nnd primitive nature, and her poetic and imp*,'-
j native temperament stirred by th -
weird suggestivcnesfi of the spot. Cloti-
tnrf has now become a senslde resort,
nnd is connected with Dublin by n
tram line. Turning inland from tb"
shore, u pleasiint walk of three mih .-
brought me to Haheny. Miss Bin
low'* pnrmis removed there fro��-r
Clotitarf when ��he wa - eight yeai-
old, nnd she luifi lived ever since i'i
nn old-fashioned, rumbling house cnl!-
ed tho Cottage, An ivy-covered lodptt
stands at the entrance gntes, nnd 11
sweep of gravel lends by Inwn and''
flower beilii up lo the rustic porch embowered  in rose* and creeper*.
From the window of her quaint Id-
tie room under thn ouves, where gin-
doe* her dreaming and her writing.
*ho hits it line view over green, open
country to the hill*, and 01m enn picture her quiet, pensive fnoe lookin-.'
forth ns she *tudion Hie effect* id
cloud and storm nnd *uns<?t upon tii
distant Mountain* nnd the Hill o-
Howth. I nm sure it plense* Mil* ���
Knrlow to feel thut alio sleep* nnd
piutno* her time in u niud cabin nuc'i
11 r she lm* depicted In her "Iriph
Idyll*" nnd "Slrnngor* nt LUeonnol,"
The old ��nd Ihe new part of the err'-
tnge nro eonneoted by a long room
lined with old volume* nnd known
in the Harlow household n* the hook-
room. There Jniti) Barlow hns brow*.
ed Irom childhood, like Charlotte
Itronte tlid in a itiinilnr room in Hit-
worth pommage, nnd hm *f��ent won*
���iron* hour* with tho poet* nnd atory
wriU'r* of the punt.
Mi** Harlow never rememlier* Iwing
tnught to rend, Tho knowledge seemed tc ��mc to her in very enrly child,
howl by intuition. Incredible u It
.wems, her family nftirm that *lte did
not learn to read by tho u��unl method*
of fn��friicffon. Bhe remember* learning to write when ahe waa about live
year* old, HUc. wa* educated ut home
by a Herman govern��** under the *n-
jiervinion of her father, tho Hev. Dr.
J��H(loM,      iliiv.1      ul     T. '���.'.'.)      '"'""��������
l^idlHt    ��bi> enred only for bonk*.
Af five, Jane Harlow began to write
poetry her*e|f, cbooaing "Neptune"
for h'*r thcnie, Tiie ever-present view
of Dublin liny probably inspired her
hymn to the *e�� gotl. It wa* written
out fnr ber bv an aunt and wa* jj
remarkable production un n ttto<
At ��*v*rif��"'n, nhe wrote the beautiful
melody, in-ginning:
Mv love goe* forth at even,
When the heaven  with   ��tari  are
And the moon floabi through )ik�� m
In u tiouit vt tragrnnce muug.
Ofifirbfng tStart*.
JUiUf. bam', biuif, went the pl��n<v
"Wnat    -tto   you  trying  to  pl*>,
JaweJ" i-aS!t-d ont her fattier from tf��-
liesl tij'iin.
"If* an eaereit* from my ww in-
itn��<iW>�� IhmiIi, *Fir*t Step* In Mu
tie.' " ahe *n��wert-d.
'   "Welt,   I knew   yoti  \a��i.-.   pUyiui��
with   font  feet,"   ha  aaid  grimly.
"Don't *t*p ��o heaviiji oa th�� k#y*.
I eam'% tAan* th* raw/' u  THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Pains About Heart  Splitting Headaches  Caused Much Suffering and Alarm-  But all is Well Now Since Using  DR. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD.  Nearly everybody gets serious when  the heart is nffect-d.  Headache often tells of just ns great  danger but headache is so common  that it often fails as an alarm signal.  You nre never in greater danger  than when the nervous system be-  ���������comes exhausted. For there is then  ���������every reason to look forward to some  iorm of paralysis and consequent  helplessness of mind or body.  Sleeplessness, headaches, indigestion, irritability, nervousness, loss of  interest in things about you and inability to concentrate   the   mind   are  suffered a great deal with pains in  the region of my heart, caused no  doubt by indigestion. I procured a  box of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, and  began this treatment. Since using  this preparation for some time,  I can say that I f.dl quite different,  and my health is very much improved. My d:gestion is good, and  the headaches and pains about my  heart have not troubled me at all of  late. I enn sincerely recommend Dr.  Chase's Nerve Fool as a thorough  cure for nervous dyspepsia and its  accompanying symptoms."  You enn rely on Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food to bring you safely out of  trouble when the nerves become exhausted, because it 8uppli������s in condensed and easily   assimilated   form  BOURASSA'S AIDS.  some of the symptoms of approaching j t]ie ingredients wnich nature requires  ���������nervous collapse. to build up new nerve cells.  Let the writer of this letter tell you! In severe cases treatment must be  what Dr. Chase's Nerve Food did for] regular and persistent but you will  ���������him when in such a condition. [soon  notice  signs    of    improvement  Mr. J. Law, 247 Hunter street, Pet-1 which will give you encouragement,  ���������erborough. Gnt��������� and who is employed Why not eet started o-i the rond to  with the Peter Hamilton Co., states: I '-"earth to-day?     Dr.   Chase's   Nerve  "For a long time I was troubled I Food. 50 cts. a box. all dealers or  with severe splitting headaches, and I Bdmansbn, Botes & Co., Toronto.  f  TALES  FROM THE  WONDERFUL WEST  It is Easy Enough to Be Pleasant  When Monday Goes By Like a Dream,  When the Labor is Light,  The Linen is White,  And You're Not Choked to Death  By The Steam.  It is Easy to Banish Your Troubles  With Royal Crown Soap for a Friend,  'Tis The Best in The West:  And We Beg to Suggest  You Can Also^tjill Times���������DenencL  "���������^=^"~="-~'~ - ������������������������������������"on '  Fighting Statesman and Lieutenant*  Are Picturesque Men.  The meteoric career of LeoDevoir, i  Mr. Bourassa's new Montreal daily, i  has been interrupted by the departure j  from his staff pf his two chief lieuten- |  ants, Mr. Oliver Asselin and Mr. Jules j  Founder, men who Tiie Montreal Her- i  aid says, attracted libel suits as natur- j  ally as water attracts ducks, ;  "Asselin," says The Herald, "claims ;  to have been reared below Quebec  and to liave come to Montreal, where  he began on The Herald in 1899, by j  way of New England. Materially, !  there are circumstantial proofs of the j  j claim, but in essence he hails straight  from one of Dumas' novels of the  Fronde. He is a disturber of the  peace of people in high places, because he is a person of enthusiasms  who is quite careless of consequences.  He never measures his likes or dislikes. He has always a cause to fight  for, and in fighting he puts his own  convenience last. Like our most distinguished lacrosse and hockey players, he excels in breaking the rules  and in being penalized for it. ,His  worst break was when he struck a  Quebec Minister on the floor of the  Legislature: that and other things  have taken him behind prison walls  and into, the dock. On the other  hand, a very successful and very  honorable Montreal public man, in  whose interest Asselin had worked  like a Trojan for weeks together,  after many unencouraged hints about  remuneration, mailed him a check for  a tidy sum. It came back by the  next mail,  with  the  comment  that |  Doomed to suffering  KtCUEO If "FHUM-HIB"  L  Golden West Washing Powder  It Cleanses���������Purifies���������Beautifies;  And The Premiums are Fine.  (Design Protected by Copyright.)  J  STUMP, BUSH AND TREE PULLERS  Tf you have land to clear, no matter where it la," with stumps, standing tree'*',or anwvll bu������h aldera or  willows, we have the inachiie and  apparatus for doitiir th* work, and  wa tell our machin* on a  ���������ruaraiwtee that il wiil work fan-  tor, be muster and more comveitiiient  tlwin any othe-r mnwhiino on the  riatikrtti, It is also the only Md-  loiiblc Iron Stoirop -nwwjihino iTi'id*.  Do not foul away time nnd money  with old dilapidated e.u*t i'iyii ma������  n chime*. If ymi writ* for Catalogue  AeaTmati��������� "o," yon Wil| net full pti.rtjcul4������ra.  CANADIAN 8WEN80N8 LIMITED,        LINDSAY, OANADA.   m  Got Man's Pay  j   Mrs. Kelly���������Are   ye , takin'   much  j stock in this attempt that a lot iv the,  iwimmen are makin' to get a yote for  !Us, Mrs. Raffety?  - Mrs. Rafferty���������I ain't bothern' me  ,'head about such things. I'm satisfied to let Dinny and the boys do all  ,the votin' for my family. But I do  i think that a woman should get man's  ! pay.  !   Mrs.   Kelly.���������Well,   I   can    assure:  ; you,  Mrs. Rafferty,    that    I get one  man's pay, or know the reason why,  ,ivery    Saturday    nig..t. ���������  National i  1 Monthly.  COLDS AFFECT  THE KIDNEY*  No Latitude  An  Irish school inspector was examining a c'ass in geography.    He  'had propounded a. question regarding  longitude and received a correct ansr ���������'  ,wer from the lad undeigaing the or-1  , deal.  charlc������Barrett.Ka������. "And now," he said,, "what is lati-  Harbor an Bouche, March 24, 1909.      tude?  "I suffered terribly from Biliousness j After a brief silence a bright young.  and Dyspepsia for fifteen years, was ister, with a merry twinkle in his eye,  treated by physicians and took many   said: |  remedies but got no relief. Then I tooic j "Please, sir, we have no latitude in  "Fruit-a-tives",, -and this medicine iIreland. Father snys the British gov.  completely cured ine when everything Icrnment won't allow us any."���������Lon-  else failed.    To all sufferers from Indi- j don Scraps.  gestion, Biliousness and Constipation, |   A Chicago   pappr   has   discovered  I strongly advise  them   to  try   this  fruit medicine''. Charlei Bat.'ett.  50c a box, 6 for I2.50���������ot trial t>ox,  25c ' At alt dealers or from Kruit-a-tivea  Limited, Ottawa.  that going into politics will make wo-  men's feet larger.  Lubricant Needed  Uncle   Ezra���������What   is   that   noise?  Jamie���������Oli,  that  is  sister cultivating her voice,  , ,,,     ,.,..,'    Uncle Ezra���������Tell her   to    oil   the  when  he  worked for his friends he   wheels of, the cultivator; it makes a  FELL ON THE STOVE.  worked for friendship. When he ha*  been really pressed for money the fact  has been indicated by public advertisement of the desire to sell soma  valuable books.  "Health he has always treated as  quite secondary. Those whom he has  so relentlessly pursued say he is a  neurasthenic; in the middle of one oi  his hardest battles he fell at his work,  the" victim of a painful ailment, irom  which, by dint Of not'giving iii to it,  he soon after recovered. His moods  interchange between , sardonic bittor-  ness, which he indulges when some  unworthy act has excited his reprobation, and light-hearted banter, that  bubbles up when someone has invite I  contempt. At St. Henri, during thi>  campaign on the Board of Control  refg������efl^ia!_h&-had_t-he~ hall���������laugh  horrible noise.  The Fond Mother���������Come on in,  Hamish.  Hamish���������A will na.        .> ���������  The Fond Mother���������Come in.  Hamish���������A will na.,  The Fond Mother���������Come in, and ye  shall have another pot to smash.���������  The Sketch.  SANATIVE ANTISEPTIC SHAVING  i Not only is Cuticura Soap, assisted  I by Cuticura Ointment, unrivalled for  preserving, purifying and beautifying  the skin and hair, but it is a luxury  for shampooing, bathing and especial-  ly for shaving. It possesses in modified form the medicinal, emollient,  sanaJjvgjji^MliiMiltlcupxope.rties���������ot  BABY  IS  BADLY  BURNED  The younger daughter of Mrs. T. S  Dougall, 523 Flora Avenue, Winnipeg,  \ was arranging some of her doll's  j washing on a clothes rack, beside the  stove, when she fell, and her hnnd,  being thrown out to try and save herself, came in contact witb the side of  thc hot, stove. She sustained a serious burn, nnd her screams brought  her mother quickly to the spot.  "I sent to the druegist for the best  remedy he bad for burns," she says,  "and he sent back a box of Zam-Buk.  He said that there was nothing to  equal it. I applied this, and it  soothed'the pain so quickly that the  child laughed through her' tears. I  bound up the hnnd in Zam-Buk, and  each dny applied Znm-Buk frequently and liberally, until the burn was  quite cured.  '.'The little,one wns soon-able to go,  on with her piny and wc had no trouble with her during the time the bum  was  being healed.:    "  Matters of Business  Hoax���������Fact;   He kept a stationery  kept a diary right through the whole  year. '      .      -.-���������-.,  Joax���������Come off! .'..*'.'  Hoax���������Fact.   He kept   a   stationery  store.  ing for near an hour  the postures - in which  had been ejeposed by Judge  and, then, suddenly, instantly, ...3 1 the shflwn -rts wUh'a bit'of Cuti  thin face lit, lip by a flash of passion, jeiira ointment. This method renders  sent a shiver oyer the whole audience jfroquent saving a pleasure and com-  with a fiery aside about the long pro- |mendg itself to men with. ten(ler,  cession of little white cotfans in the :pnsilv irr-<ntP(1 s,fins> nnd as a pre.  summer months. Iventive   of   irritation   nnd   inflnmma-  "In the Fronde he would have been I tion of the hair glands which, if neat home, and would have broken ?]r,c.tcd, often lend to obstinate and  himself cheerfully for the er~ i of disfiguring feruptions,  Henri of Guise or Henri of Navarre.  mend" all"-mothers' to ke^p Zam-Buk  "      *    "  s kind."  ell Znm-  .'��������� ! before bathing the face, gently anoint ������.nuit VJ ,u'v.78 "  n,JX;   fost f.ree  ua !*i,u ������������������,,������������������������������������ JLt������ ,,-iiu'nKu ������������������# rs,i-Jfrom Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price,  and you nre warned against harmful  imitations.  ������^������������^������^'-TT!uHeura Ointment, while supplying a   "e"\l ������"  ���������niers to  Ke������p /  as he portrayed jfirm   n1oist   non^rvlnSi creVmy and i ha"f-v ,fo1' Mmwgenciea of thi  h*e"Lderinen I fragrant  lather.    Aftershaving,  and I -f dn'Wirts nnd stores ������  Judge Cannon, !UL Koti,;��������� ��������������������������������� *���������������������������  ������������������,,+i,. ������nni���������f i������uk nt fiftv cents n  box.    t  Almost  Worn  Through  Dick���������I   am   thi"'tin'g  about   drop.  ping into poetry.   Dou you think thn  old sofa on which we courted would  bn a good subject?  Dolly���������No.  I-thhk that  would be  a worn out subject.  HOW TO  MAKE  BABY  SLEEP  Tlm baby t^nt cries -half tho night  does not cry for nothing.   It cries be-  ; cause it is not well, and hns no other  means of saying so.   The chances nro  I tho trouble is due to some upsetting  !of    the   stomach or bowels,    which  A WONDERFUL REMEDY  Oranre Lily Is dally eurtttf tba  most obstinate cases of Female Disorders. Falling ot the Womb, Leu*  corrlioeu, Painful and Suppressed  Menstruation, etc., eto��������� are all et  them relieved from the start by Its  use, and a few weeks' or months'  trentment accomplishes a complete  cure. This remedy Is a positive,  scientific preparation, and Is based  on the discoveries of Pssteur and  Mster, It Is an applied treatment;  that Is, It Is not taken Internally,  but ts applied direct tn the sufferlni  parts, and It, therefore, arts with  all the certainty of the known laws  of r.h������mic*ol itrtloii,    As It comes In  5!rfii.At"\luc.1 .w,"i Uie diseased tissue, Its antiseptic and nerve-fond properties  ���������annotWelp have a beneficent Innuenoe. f jreoefve frem 10 to W letters dally?  ���������peakbif of the benalUs and cures It Is performing and so sure nm I that It win  do what Is claimed ter It that I will.send, absolutely free, a 36c box to evsrv suf.   ^^f, |!rchJx.RXh..,V.NW.nWyt on.  Here he hns forced the fighting for  another Henri, who until lately hnd  not to worry about actions in dam-  agos for libel. He hns done ns much  ns, perhaps more than, any other man  ^to train and, hold together the Nationalist team, which has shown  lighting power out of proportion to  its numbers and resources.  "Founder is like and unlike. He  is reckless, but he has a sense of  humor. Understatement has no charm  for him. and he is not scrupulously  fairv but ho does put oil with his  vinegar, Proof ivgninst the influence  of mere fact, he is a little proud of  not being sure whether the libel  actions against hlm mwrnn-nto JUS,-  000 or $105,000, 'He loves to threaten  others with the treatment they havo  tne.ted out to him, and actually glories  ovor having heen nut in jail for n  political offonco. While he was them  ho took revonge on his jailer by  treating him to a weekly dose of ridicule. Whon tho municipal elections  wore over nnd tho Twenty-throe were  overwhelmed, ho summed un the  day's work in tho lino, 'If this goes  on there will soon be nobody to write  against.' Tho queer twists he gavo  to political discussion wero a feature  of tho personal journalism Lo Devoir  sought to  introduce.    Ouro  ho j������r������-������villo, Ont,  tested against tho severity with which j ��������� ��������� |  Senator David trontod Lniirior in hix;    (wy..y,.'n.*   ���������    1 ���������r ,-,|   wi.rrukiT, ���������  nci.i.t wtit.iiVH, but tlurn. w.*-11 loot, |J)0|        ,    . ,   ,,H  f|,   m(II.tl|(,,.,  unto, 'thin U not.serious,'   lo a |������'r-;,UIVM' yfl, CBrr,P|, ,     t,, ,  ,,|(,ll(,r ���������,..  IAPII       ,11.-   '     . * '  When the children lose their appetites, coax them to drink a glass ot  cold milk to which a well-beaten raw  egg, a little sugar and grated nutmeg or vanilla have been added, It  1 is very nourishing���������almost as good as  a meal.  THEY TOOK HIM  OUTJIF HIS BED  DODD'S   KIDNEY    PILLS    CURED I  MR.    F.    McAULIFFE'S  LUMBAGO  A small amount of chopped figs  will greatly improve a nut and apple  salad.  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  Wtth LOCAL APPLICATIONS, u tt������f e������anot Netfe  the ������������t ot the dlMue. CsUrrh Is * blood or eoasl^  ttitlonal dlsesM, sud In order to curs It you must tske  Inurnal remedies. Hall's Csurrta Cure t* t**M Ja-  tsmsllr. snd acts directly upon the blood snd mucous  surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not s quack medicine. It was prescribed by one ot th* best physician*  In tbls country for years and Is a regular prescription.  It Is compoaed ot the best tonics known, combine*  wtth the best blood purlflera. acting directly on the  mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of th*  (wo Ingredient* Is what produt-es such wonderful ***  Suits In curing catarrh. Send for testimonials, free.  F. J. CHENEY * CO.. Propi.. Toledo. O.  Bold by Drusslati. price 7.*������.  Take Hall's Family Fills tor oocuUoaUo*.  "Mr. MeNabbcr," replied the minister, gravely, "tnk' my advice. Bide  at hame an' keep them."  Bickle's   Anti-Consumptive    Syrup  wa  > needs no  recommendation.      To all  I���������\VQuld-"Mcmn--,-^^ ���������spcaka ''���������  for itself. Years of use in the treatment of colds and couehs and all affections of the throat has unquestionably established its place among the  very best medicines for such diseases.  If you give it a trial you will not regret it. You will find it 25 cents  well invested  Clothes can be made extra white  by a little kerosene added to the wash  water.  Minard's Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.  Try tomato juice  for the omelet.  instead of milk  Lachute   man,   after   fourteen   years  ���������uffering, finds health and strength  In an old Reliable Kidney remedy.  ,,        Lachute,   Que,    (Special). ��������� After  VIU' fourteen years   of   suffering,    which  would    b������    s'npcdily mmovd  if  oS'  Tll^ts^^lA^T^ll^S^-ted   fron,..Vl���������c,'isy,    follow,,    by  children sleep soundlv nnd naturally  boonunp they remove the cause  crossness nnd wakefulness.   Th  11 hl'wincr to ohiMrm and 0  vorrii'd mothers,   Mrs. John Sickles,  Dotigliistown,   N.U.,   snys:    "If  any-;  thiiiit ail-i my l'tll"   ones   the    first j  thing I pm'c fipin is n dose of Baby's |  tintiirnlIv.iVr"l,?ieuI ������W'oNin������s,' iitid cu  o nf t  elLl,,nl'nKO.  "'id  OOl.fil.l'il  Thrv nre'1"1'   M,lll,clli   F*   McAu'il  ViVtiof Iii known reshlont of tliis ph  iioirio- 'tln>ly. recovered   his   l,(lil  Own Tabids ii"tl the** ipe soo'i well  again."   SoH by medHm. d"iilors or  iliV mail ������t 2^ c 11's 11 box from The  11>,  Will'aniH'  Mo Heine Co.,   Brock.  faring woman who will writ* fer It  months' treatment.  Address, MRS.  A few minutes re������d ufter untiiig fa- j  cilitnto* digOfltion,  BAD BLOOD   is the direct nnd inevitable result  of Irregular or conslipnti*d IjowcIh  and ('logged up kidneys nnd skin.  Thc undigested f.iod nnd other  waste matter which is allowed to  accumulate iwisona the blood nnd  tho whole sj'kHn, Ur, Mnnm'it  Indian liout I'illn aot directly on  the bowels, regulating tlunn���������on  the kidneys giving them ciiho ond  atrehgtli to properly (liter tho  blood���������iinil on thu skin, opening  up thc pores, Kur pure blood and  Rood h'nlth tako  DR. MORSE'S  XXDXA2?    ROOT    PIIAi  Reason for Slowness  "Why ihin't you brace up ntul atop  livelyC     Don t    ������nlk   through    tlm  Htrt'cta ns though yon w.rc going to  n funeral!"  "I know it's well enough for yoti to  talk, hut I gtii'Hx your feet would  tlrng, ton, If you Were on your way to  the dt'iilistV  "Most mon think they nre good  hunh'ind","  "Wcllf"  "And most wives humor them In  Ihnt belief."-Kansas City Journal,  Singularly  "Slngulnr, i.n't itf"  "Whatr  "The tiri"*CTi������  t- r-iily tt,-  f.:<;;   bad in tlm past,"���������Ibinton felegrnph.  hoiiiiI i|UCMtioii whether he  relation to a distinguished judge  lils name, his answer wns, 'I nm not  in nny si'in*o 11 soignour, nor kin to  thom, near or fur; 1 11111 n roturier,'  which is to miy, nt tho othor extreme  of the senl������, Anyhow ho lias a pleiM-  nnt tnh'iit, and tho hump of couilni-  tivotiopi- may llattcn out. He Is another of lloiiruiuu'* brigniliors,"  ri11"/*'  "���������    Doley���������W'ist,   man!    I'm  ropsicul swellings, and ciilinliiiited in  him to his  iffe, it  well.  bice, bus en-  Itli,  and   ho  snys without hositntion, "I mn sure  I  owe  it eiiliioly  to Dtidd's Kidney  Pills."  "I was laid up with IM"iiri������v, which  nffeoti'd my kidneys," Mr. ,\)i!.\uliffi>  continues. "1 Htiffered a great deal of  pain, especially In my buck. I wiin  also terribly trottbl d with divpMenl  swellings, and flnnllv, after many nt-  tempts to get rid f,f icy (ruiible, I  found mys If cotnpelld' tu give up  and was''confined to my bed with  Lumbago,    f   tried   ninny   iindiciiii's  Why suffer from corns when they  can be painlessly rooted put by using  Hallowny's Corn Cure,  Toper���������"Whnt shall I tnk'e to re.  move the redness from my nose?"  Doctor���������"Take nothing��������� especially  between meals."  pisits  to the word (o remember  when you need a remedy  '-COUCHS'COS  ,   ���������    I hut they fnih-d  foolln'jTbflii   1   tinned  to t|o me  ti     Drill  any   good.  's    Kidney  th' boss,    I've enrri'd the twine hod.1 |>j)|H( ���������r���������| ���������(,���������r ���������,|{|,ltf ,������������������, )mJt  j f{,|,  ful up an   down    'dl    dny,    mi    ho  tliinks I'm worrukin'!  greatly relieved. I took several moro  boxes and found myself completely  curwd,"  Hold's Kidn y I'lls   always   cure  any nnd nil fmrns of Kidney llisease,  Hey  OLDMUM  TEN FOR TEN CENTS  Oanadlan Etehsri Win Fame.      ;  Two Canadian artist* who are gradually winning (nine for llicmselve-. In ,  Kurone nre I'mnk Milton Armitigton .  nnd hi������ wife, Caroline Helena Ann-,  Ington.   Thoy are both painters nnd 1  etchers, nnd their etchings hnve nt- j  tractod speclnl attention.   A number  of tynicnl  sjwehnens of their  work I  have Im'oii aeceplwl by both the British ijnd Bouth Kotisingtoii Museums.  This speaks volume* for their work.  An all the world known, It in no easy  r**"  r,  '.-. *' ���������������������������.,,  .    .....j<.������..i  u.  niiiii  of these institutions utile** It ts id  vuno roproitcli and alsjve the ordinary  in conception.  Mr. Arminaton has also bad the  honor of l>ciiig made a member nf the  Hoy nl Hoeiel}' of I'nintera.Ktohor* nnd  Kugravers of Ihiglaml  *',,',���������   ,,,   'out   M-V.lt   111   illO   .tilt-   t'ltltlKlltllt'K  Museum of Munich, nnd in the Con.  >r<-ssi')nal   l.ibrarv   of   Wn.liingtdii.  Ttoth Mr.   nnd   Mr*.   Armingtoti art'  earnest workera, and are rnnitlly be  coming known   as   sueb,    They  are  both charming iiersonalitiea, and their:  studio lean ideal one. Though a mini-  li.-r of dlfovrnitm C'.vn.idiiiii* have ac-  ���������juir������*<l ������pecim������������n������ of their work, it is ���������  a sitnriilnr fact that etebltign nre n-t  claaKitiml a* work* of art" and an*  cuiip* Hci to pay only on adm-wion to!  Canada.  didi'le, tli Idle, tlio ent mid    the  I consider MINAIUVR LINMMKNT)   ������������������   ������'���������'���������������".,  the HKBT Liniment in use. 1���������.,I,,",/T j,l""1I *'v','r lh" ������������"������"!,  I pot mv foot bndlv jniiiined lntelv. 1 T't*   Il;rf 1 ru*l   laugliid   to set.  the  I bathed It well   with    MINAHD'fl1    .    *���������:<'*  I VETERAN SCRIP  FARM LOANS  Wn Mill accept n first mort-  tnwe on improved fnrm land and  sell you veteran 8erlp in this  wny at regular ensh prico.  Write tndiiy for loan upplicntion  YOUR OPPORTUNITY 18 NOW  Canada Loan & Realty Co., Ltd.  Winnipeg,  LINIMRNT, and  it was ns well itsi  ever next dny. j  Yours very truly,  T. U. McML'I.LKN.  An  IrMimttn m.i r,t<* rt 1.1    ,,,,^-t.,..  nt n rnilwny st'ition for r freshnient",  "K  i> ll)t   'Ul I   I'le   Hani   It'll  },ul  before he bnd flu'Vied his r������*pn**t  i   "Houltl on!" ere I Pnt. n* he rnni  like n mndiiinii after tin* cur, "botild I    ;v,.,.r|v  ..it  on, ye murlheit   old   Mmin- iniin-- iWor���������ls ,,.���������)i  ,,, .   .   iye've pot n t'nsseiuter on bonrd whnt'* ,(.(.���������.   ' w    ,  His work I*  1 n i   ���������     ���������  - " '"      '  And the citir.eii dined on a prune.    1  Minard's Llnirnent Cures Burnt, Etc.  More thnn 1(1000 women nre cm-  ployed in gene al rtid electrical engineering fmtones n (Innt  llrltnin.  Hhe���������"Yf'H,  t  iidon* a  liiir,  bruinl-  ....  .     .,    ,,,.li,,,,   ,i,,l|,|nii|l|i--|ilii|,tl,g J  "till, tlni lititf!   This Is ������o mn|. I  twin.  II.  ������hii.'  ��������� hii  1 ten  urt'  ni.'H'V    nre  ii '.  subject   to i  born    with i  re ^Sk Dy  DY-O-LA  Hew-  Sure  e  Tow  Cloth*  1TO"*WM  -nnna *r amm.  Just  resusn  (tssiKe ef miitsSsi. AU esters ������������������ eeats.t*������a  ���������teat Dr-eutit at Deaisr. lassrsie Cati am  fHklit fite. ^ The JsM������ea.ltliJjsnHia  Emfiirt 'tea*,.  !^������ n trreat davtan threaten, and  loyalty to party at one* wime** war t,  k>yaMy to twintfy Krfbtlr conahlef  ed. loyalty lo party ������ho������ld not #n������t  escept as ��������� nf-ans ol rendering ������f-  ft������uv������ tuyaltf i* eeenttf.  Motlnr (iraii... U'mui i-.Nt"riiimtiti*r,  ,the Iw-st r.'ine.ly ..f tin- kind tbnt can  1 be hnd.  i lt������ n Sun lay  teliclor Mooted 11I  liter of cMllrcir,  fions chut !-1! 1  ii������ conip-fit|,,ii im  !    Among tht- line.  t *yte:  l ".Manna ts ln-ing  ! "Jeruwdetii ������ 1 -  | walls tt k.*|i in tie  "Jacili w.t,. u (  ] ItJ tb(,s.- tiny,, |M  ' Ittw   I  ���������ili'i'il iiddri-. 11  itn. fmu a ninn-  li Idictl ft,ni|������'M-  ! lii.'.ti .1 u, Imu  a Sew Y������ar firt?<*.  tt -��������� ni-ii-iil i,,Mjf(...  p'lllte."  -U'roiltidcd   With  milk and httn������*y."  t mrt'li   by   trath  Brass Band  ThU It the  Time to  Organiaa  Intttumente, Drmmi, Bmntt Matte, Ele.  EVERY TOWN CAN HAVE A BAND  Uwa.t rtrl-ni ever quoted,   yiaecsuiotae,  aver Wi fllualrsUon-. mailed free.  Write M  tor mijrtMwi to Mws*c*rM������s*(alliMtnMie<MS.  Tt>rwiju>, Out-, and Wlatil,**, Mao.  Iiof-vs  IcalM fi,,).t,  d>,  .(.I.  11.������  1  liv.il on e������irn.  Ibey   always  (''rridge    u.v������.������.  SPECIAL NOTICE  TO COUNTRY MEHCHAHTS AND AfilNTS  Agents Wanted"^*. 1HHAQOI,  ' SN Princess It., Winnipeg, ta pur.  I cbase far Kim ***** rapper *n4 a*l*%,  rati and wrought Iron,   aid   rnnbei  .1,^ ',,       ,        ,' "   ;.,. t-      'e������������ ana wrougm iron,   ate   meeai  i!^b ������'������|'������ ^'���������-���������'I������������ 7 *'? t,* *'***** ***   *****   ***   ****** l*t*r  I who was thr������ .Id. t, we'll n���������t ont a- /_,...,   ������i������, .������j -aiau l-������.i���������     "  _    ,,    , . .,   . niuch a������ yon nn-rht flunk    The patri.j  ������������*na WT free a������iii(* to |)et.t N V , Na- arch Mo������-t nctvr ������������.*��������� nothing ei������vi������t  t-ennl Drug A Ch-mieal Ve., Toronto-! wh������*n th������*r>- was ������ ftti.ui. 1  quart, pint and whiskey battle*  W. N. U. Na. m. THENEWS, CIJMKFJIJLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  I  !  New Goods  FOR SPRING USE  NEW   STOCK   OF   WALLPAPER  NOW COMPLETE.  Lace   cur.ains from $5 to SOc. at pair.  MADRAS CURIA-N  MUSLINS,   TAPESTRY CURTAINS & TABLE  COVERS, FAN,!,' SEAQRASS  ROCKERS & ARM CHAIRS.  A NEW L'NK OP IRON BEDS AT REGULAR PRICES.  Sole A������ent fjr "Iim more" Mattresnes and Lfg^ett Spring.   Try them.  A. f tl. line of Furniture to select from.  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Refresh-  Beverag������  The Right Price  Furniture Store.  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  Locals.  Thanks, for your well' wished (?)  W. .Merrifield, of I In; Cnmber-  h-nd Hotel, left by Sunday's boat  for Nanaimo, and it.turned on  Monday.  A. McKinnon  CUMBERLAND  Sain Calhoun, of Saudwick, last  week, sold an acre of laud in lot  87, Coinox, to Percy Smith and  Joseph Thomson, of Comox.  . Duncan Thomson an ived home  from a business and pleasure trip  to Nanaimo, by Sunday's boat.  P. P. Harrison lcfc by Situ  day's boat for N������������������umiiuo. Mr.  Harrison returnad on Monday, by  road, with his new automobile,  recently purchased. The actual  running time from Nanaimo to  ��������� On in berland. was 8 hours and 30  minutes.  P. MclNevin  left  by  Sunday's  boat en route for Kaniloops.  Judge Parker paid, his regular  monthly visit to this, ��������� portion of  his circuit, last week. IIiFcame"  ami went by auto,  George Stevens, ut Big Qnali-  ciiiii, lias sold his imic.i to Alex  Shaw, late of Extension, and has  piuv.lmsod Peter Anderson's ranch  at Knnny Buy.  Mrs. T. Horbury  arrived home  on Sunday last.  Miss Priscilla Potter arrived  home on Sunday last, from a visit  to her sister at Duncan .  Finlay McRae, arrived from Na  naimo by Sunday's boat.  . Joseph McPhee returned from  a business I rip to Vancouver on  Saturday iast.  Comox Items.  Mr. John Thomson Iris in coiir-  80 of construction, a twenty.four  foot motor launch, wlnV.n promises  to be a beauty when completed.  On Thursday evening, June Snd  a wedding took place at the Presbyterian Manse, Rev. T. Menzies  officiating. The contracting par  ties being Matt Hemmirtgson,  mtttiagei* of the Yictoria Lumber  Company, and Miss Margaret  Alexander of Cuniberland.    The  The  Purest  and Best  on the  Coast.  berland, McLean, who has   lately  come to camp.  Bowhiy, who captained th������ sailors, was also a hard man to hold  and kept (he center half busy  watching him.  For the home team, the defense  was .-neatly and reliable and cannot stand much improvement. Of  the forward*?. Wynne and Somerville made the better wing, Thom  son in center, kept his wh-gs well  balanced and played his usual  steady game.  After the game, the sailor? were  entertained in the'Fire Hall, where  a pleasant evening was spent iu  song and story* The sailors enjoyed their trip to Cumberland, and  intend to have a return game on  the Sandepit, at Comox, in the  near future.  Thel. 0.0. F. and K. of P.  Lodges will play a benefit match  on Satnrday, June 11th, for the  Hospital. The Oddfellows intend to have a strong team out,  and the Knights will have to travel to hold their end up. It is  now up to the public and the  weather prophet to make the  game a success from a financial  standpoint. The players will do  their share, and if they don't  show the finer points of the game,  they will, at least, Oe truer.  George kono  CONTRACTOR  AU Kinds of Railroad and Sawmill Work:  Logging, Clearing Land, Ditching  Drain Work etc.  Contracts Taken Anywhere in  . . ��������� Comox Distriot ...  PHONE 21  P. 0. BOX 134  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  |a few persons wanted;  and made in  Cumberland.  Football.  Cumberland vs. H.M.5-  Egeria.  Iu'erestingGanie Played on  the New Grounds.  Tin* sailors 1 plotting to H.M.S.  Correspondence.  Thafollowing has bsen handed  to us for publication:  Mr, Colin Campbell,  Cumberland, B.C.  Dear Sir:���������After going to con-  sidFnflTlF"tTiOTbienn*~lu'oki'iig"~iiito  To complete syndicate now forming for the purpose of  buying4,000 acres of B. C. fruit land, $50.00 cash  required and large profits assured. Send for prospectus and full particulars to the  tKootenay.' Fruit Land -Syndicate,*  ��������� 32S HOMER STREET,  VANCOUVER, B. C  t ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������x  K. A1DA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OQADE TO   ORDER AND  IN ANY STYLxE YOU WISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  _,  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  Mr. and Mrs.' I>. Kilpatrick  and daughter arrived from Van ���������  couvor by Tuesday's h 'lit  groom was ably supported by Mitt jEsrorin. visited  town  r>n  Satnrday  Piurcy;  the  bride  \vp.s. aUeuuvd  by Miss Margaret Miller, A nuin-  der of friends   Mid  acquaintances  drove down from  Cumberland  to  witness the ceremony.    The Nkws  extends congratulations to the hap  py couple,  The Fire Brigade were called i    S. F. Dodson who is in the real  out.on Saturday afternoon lust, to  extinguish n bush lire, mose to Mr  Urydon-s residtiiioo.  Tho Pilsotior und 1'iiion Ray  liRge bull tectum, played a mulch  lit Union JJay, on Sunday ln������"t, resulting in ti victory I'T the home  luiim with it scon.) ofi> ru 'd. Good,  Pilsonoi's; continue in ihe good  ���������work,  estate business in Vancouver, paid  the Valley a flying v'isit, nud disposed of several lots to the Valley  ponple.  Captain Guthrie leaves on Wed  nciday for Quebec, and intends to  be luick early in July. lie says  "be is not coining back ulono'' ���������  Congratulations,  Mid engaged thelechl football team  in a friendly j,'nme on the new  trrnundp. The IocuIr wero not. pt  full stvpnath, several of the -eguhtr  player* hping out of town. Thp  following: rsnie-ented Cumberland  team: Goal, P Shearer; bnciip, J.  McMillan, J, Connovp; half bacV.8,  THwd, JRo������p, 13 McL-aim; forwards, J McEwan, E Wynne, \V  Thomson, U Fostor, B Somerville.  Tlio follottineoompoFod IIih ftp.  tin team:   Goal, Sullivan;  back**,  Cleiir, Slatle; half bucks',   Olietten-  i.br, Holmtp, Pi ion; forward?,   Ihir  nc, ITmvrno, Howluiv. Taylor,Nash.  The PnilorH won the tonn nnd piny  jod with tho f-un on their back. Tho  locate noon hnd the snilorc defend  I Capitnl $5,000,000.- Reserve $5,700,000  1   The Royal Bank of Canada..  John    Maroeohi   returned   by  Sunday's bunt from  V a neon ver.  Bnponiiteiidtmt Lit ilo \va������ in  town last week.  Mr, tr, nuiuplii'i'). of Union  Bay, arrived homo front Skagway  nnd White H'M>e, on Tiit-day Inst,  St. OorgoV I'renliy I't'iim Snti-  dny Schoi.il will hold their annual  picnic at Strikers' p>������iir. m Satin*  liny, .fnne I.Sili, Wa him will  It'iiv c!iiii"!i at 'I and HI;.'!'! it, tu.  1'iirti i'illv l"t* nil ove" I'i yearn of  ugti.   liiiiig jour iia-ki'i",  I  I DRAFTS  CUMBERLAND  B  C  Bub-Branches at Courtenay and Union Bay.  ISSUED IN   ANY CURRENCY,  OVER THE WORLD.  PAYABLE   ALL  1 4#iIIiiiiittIiM^  matter and sending a  represen a- s *e������  tivo to  Cumberland  to look  the  ground ovor, we find  that owiu^  to the fact   that the' Cuinberlai d  Railway  is changing  ownership,  we are unable th  make  a contract  at the present time, and we do not  anticipate that we will be  able to  do anything alono that line in the  future, as it   is passing  into the  hands of tho Canadian   Northern,  which opt rates its own  Express  Company, and is in opposition to  this Company,  Yours truly,  R. UELME,  Superintendent.  Dominion ENpress Company,  Vancouver, June lird, iUJ.0.  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS and in-  | terejt at Current Rates alloWedon Deposits of $1,00 and upwards,  I M. P. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  %l!l!lllllllll!!ll!l!llll!IIIHII!l!llll!!lllllilllllllllllW  NEW   PAPEli  Wo nro in reeeipt of a copy of  the lirst issuo of tho now paper,  ������������������Tho lH!mi(loi',). Tho publishers  Mows Smithe & Gill am to be  congratulated upon the attractive  appearance of this, their first issuo.  The numo reminds us of n former paper hy thu sanio name, pub-  A steamer left Coniox on Wwl- |ing thoir flhlirp0 nxi.\ lt.��������� ep0(,(ntovs  nesnay last,  with a  load  uf tfvB | WPre troated to nn exclilrq-15 min-  from Ui'ipihnrtV mill, for the Yn- j uton,   U Someiville fininhed up n  kon ti* While IIufMi Railway,       Mine ^iuco of play by beatinp;  Sulli-  11, M, Ships Algorino nil''   K-jvnn with a shot tnnt gave bim no! liahed for n hhort time in  Cum  goi'tu arrived ut Comox, ou Tluu's-juhanou lo nave.   Thn oailorc rrpnin- ��������� bcvlnith,  uotne   cloven  or  twelve  day and Friday of lust week. |������l. ���������">- ������f V-W)T R,lfl nitt,!o RW'������������* of  i ,iii        . fni'in tr,   flrnw   IpvpI.     Tltr>lr    limirw   .  (.till p.ljK'l'.  CollK'X     lltfit  , ywii'i* ngo, wliloli win. a vory excel-  Im-jiui'lui'  Jlughi's of   >vIru]wHir"',,^������ (lr"w hZ      T,l,elr  ||0IIM Imu muir.    The ediior  wiih Mr.  telegraphy,   vm.UkI   Cum.*   ]..Mt; ���������**������������������ .11    ^ ?TMl���������\M***���������*������. bmilior-Iti-luw of Mih  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  notaSy public conveyancing  dunsmuir Avenue  CUMBERLAND,  " CUMBERLAND TAILOR I  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  week on u tour ol uiHpuistioii,  Mrs, and MUh Viiuent, of Victoria, vUitwl Coniox hiHt week am  Somervillo   npnir,  tonnd ibe   nel.j,,,  llnrmr-", wh't wn������ pluying it   preat |  i', UunkH,   of this city.    Let uh  Hotel.  H*'M,,l'HM*,'l**J'''I'*J''''l"Iwl*'W''->i'*l**l**W-''I'*l*  WANTKO���������A girl for genei'iil  work  at   hotel.    Apply to Men.  lloluics, I'uii AiigiiHta Hotel, Co  mox, H, C,  i; u j j : j i j.j-j.*H^*t"V'������"M"i'  MY. ,\, i'.. Iind, of Nti.'i! t"d>"������������������  Hngl'tii'l. brother <������l' Mr A . 11.  ihli of .**, I'vek, h tb ii v gt'ti-  ,.t fti cli ������������������' at the his; S r ���������. Mr.  ,ltiii llll-  ll   I   1-1   \ci't>.   t'.\|r'i'ii'ii('i>  ill  tilt'; |{l'0('.l'iy  btl'ilU'rtN  K.me  lorthoMllow, reduce,!  lh.j'������"l������ H"'t ��������������������� i'l'turc condi.ionH i���������  JRiip   byocorinn  a  lino pmil ufu,r | ^'in.b.irla.id w.ll warrant the cu..^  were gucBt������ ut tho   Port Augusta'; |milt,jnM three oppnimnlH nn tbo run 1ti,iuiv,lt'-1'(,r uUl' "t,w l'llP01''  Thn flret half omloil by Fogter mid* j    m.    ,, *���������.* '~     ���������"**���������" ,  in^otoolociilVheo,,.. I    The Rev, JI. 0,   j'reen.i.n,  the  Af or ai?hort interval the fl/imo;,,l,w \mU,v "l (ir,lw ^*Jtllu'11"1  wai rr-Bumcd bulb inn inn rccmed '.������! Clmreh, und family, arrived on  h.'ivo bfiU'filted by thoir brief   yen* 1 Monthly       hint,       ftoill Port  pito,  ntul wetii ai it in  diiiKdonjij,SinipKuii, hii) lato olinrgo.    A re-  fiifhioii; Wynne ������uh the firm tin nu ���������; coptiotn wan Unulerwi ilieiu, by the  ;.,(_.-   ,,r���������min"i*'*n -Morltii. iw-o   nm. I t.,,i;,,   (,f ,),���������   t.ntt.m.n-ttt-itiii.   tit (Jut  L-n;;;i.    |*,nri ot mul   Hmvhav,   f.ir'   ��������� ,   \t"  {A, ,,. ,������,.,,      I  h i    ,        '     .     , iMi'ciiiiiiLi; on Mm; lay cvi'unig  till)  Will 0I������,   Wt'1'0    phiyl'ij,'    11    111'";' ������ .    . '  ^itrne anil 'iine   nnd agiiin irv>d to  J-adies' nnd Gentlemen'* Suits Made   '.o ^'-der  from $20 to S35    All Work First Class  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  t)  1  A  !J  i  wiwww mmmmnm  The Dairyman From the Magnet Cream Separator  Mr. I'ruuk 1'irkn ucuupiev tin*  stntil in |{. Grant i% Co'.s ulllce,  'I'i con tiy vacated by Prank UnniHny  wm, iii now with tht    PiUctier Co  I'ltnltiiii-. Pi'iit-t",'. 'i  ���������f tlm   Vi'!i"i'm  tirt'  ������ il   Iflttdy  ������   i.'Mtb ���������  i iipi-i't. U: -���������   h    ,*i     ' j.  ���������    ������������������ out fur  li* (}��������������������������� t'  griitp hi i -l r d...   . ,th  nt MifW't'  fi,  HUM'   eld' f  ��������� i'par'uit'1-t,  l  ut  1'iiiM*.  .1 J.  Cli it!" If  i-i]i'.(ll|:it  Vt i������ kh'hI Uiikt tlio \\\*.' f\!'.tg left  nn ������������������ti������tn thnt will ������xe*ml null mil.  linn jhmiihU In value, t iffouith  of wltinli U mada up ul llfo in-  Form So, !),  LAND ACT.  V'iiIIM nr  N'OI'IVK,  ('mi t Uud UUtiiut,  HI iml nf Snw VV������*t.mliiHtpr  Tali.   .NmirK   ||ih(.   .Mai>    Li.tuni,  '.';'il, i* I'.,  i i','ii|iiitl/������u  inarrii1'!  m -i.i.in  t. i.i.,. t , ,-t| pi; ti������r |mrmt Hlm.   in  ��������� i ,-  h   ti  id.,  f,i!| if.iiu tl������' nriUil   liiml.:  C-mini ii'-i ii'H i������n 1 piaii't"! '   It " i ���������  ���������uHti.f M,. N.,iili r.tit-t tti i������i'   I t inun t|i  i������.| I.f l.y l.liiTH   lit!,   Ull* ,I'i!   ���������    o,  ���������lun ������t ,-ni-  Kit-t f 'cli in-* tli'tii- i.ui >  '/ -li ,i   . lli-  ,(*.������ Hud,* tO>  it'i.M"- I'i Ji   i'i  f l> i)n,iii)r;  ...ai S TtU'l.IS. A|iplk'.tit  K **������ril H<- h'li. , A^ti.t.  1>H.������U Mur>li -.  ��������� ������j������������.  rcdttcfi  the  IceHay;   tlieir  cffuru  ttMMi rmviinlctl,   Hiu'iicn ������cniti hent-  iiitf Shearer witb a bounty.   The lo j mm,  i'������ls ii^aln applied thuir   pr (*sure, i ������������������  and Mclthvitn, with n header, it(f(iin J  ! bout Hulllvttii.   The grtine ������*nded in j  I f.ivor of Cumberland- xcore 6 goals |  ijtu-2. j  ftt-fcrcf   8te-"nrt    bundled    Hit*  jUalllH    ill    I'  VcIV e:.|i.ib|,-    :l, .i,i , I ',  '    l.li i liVf (lf(*������t ��������� Hi|ti*fu(;:iou    Inlinii:  '  i',.tll������,     Tll>* UUl f*   WtH   fltfl    linn  ii'y t'iny \dii) and wiih ciijuy-'il  i\  \. t*. <% tx * IV ������f |������������������ 'Vl'-- ���������   U<  ������������������'   f    |if ������.i! Ill   -. It '��������� ! i������   '  i ���������  y   hu I'v'ti l*nd hid n������a i  n ;'i'n'nr'  ��������� i lili- tl<*lll   hi* Kin    ln������ll> tiOt't, -('.it  nl   bv tli" tbtr, t*ttd   tin'   a^iiiitf ,  i mt* of Ibe btft h������!ve*������ -ecu in Uum j  HIRTH--O11 I'Vidny, Jniio Hr.l,  to Mr,  and   Mi*h.   I), Jiiveniicy, a  k'otm N<������. l������.  1*A.ND ACT.  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