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Array ���������^������������������������a-a^'i mWi m*im*mm!m  meM*^.*,-*^^****^  v  ^^^^w**?!;*?^" ���������  7?  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  '���������jib Nkws, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND   B. C,   TUESDAY, JUNE 28, :9io  Subscription $1,00 a Year  That this is the right place to buy ENAMFL-GRAN- jj  ITE and TINWARE, we wish to remind you, that \ve|i  have a full range at ihe right prices. |-{  CALL IN and see our Velox  'Motor  Washing  Machine.    It||  will save you working  aud  wash  your clothes better wi  than you can do with a hard day s work with a  wash- A  board; besides, is much  easier on the clothes���������all  you'"'  .,  have to do is to turn on the tap. ���������  WRINGERS���������Different sizes and prices.  GALVANIZED and W.OQD.KN TUBS.  CARPET SWEEP-3  ERS, SCRUB BRUSKErf, W ASHBOA UDS, CLUTH  ES BOILERS, PAILS,    "a  FISHING TACKLE, VARNISH, STAINS  The warm weather is with us.    It ineaus that unless you have  t _a refrigerator, vour eatables caivnO-tJ3.e^ke,ut_������QoL���������Jie,'  have THREE to sell at a good close price.     They cannot be'in, stock long, as they spell BARGAIN.  New Shipments of Grocer-  ,   ies Every Week.  *mmJlf*sm*lim4**i)*^^  Simon Leiser & Go:, Ltd������  FOR .  Furniture  paper  Mixed  Paints  Beds and Beddin  Of  ^>-H'*HH"I*  ���������H-M-t  STOVES  and  RANGES  TRY  THE  The Magnet Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland,  Dunsmuir Ave.,  Cuniberland.  ir  ,*������)ntm*mm*bi*n^^  MAROCCHI BROS  1  GROCERS   &.BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  -.*,-.,-���������   .i\:...., v;..  wJ'-k-.'  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers hi all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  tk*e*4*1mm^i**M*l*^^  Jmei  Football.  Courtenay Football Club visi  ted Cumberland on Satnrday and  played the return name against  No. 5 Mine.  Courtenay were strengthened  bv the inclusion of several Cum-1  way. Courtenay were now taking a better grip of the game  aud kept No 5 defense lm������y.  They reduced the gup hy scoring from a penalty, given against P. Shearer. Hoth teams  seemed to be tiring from their  efforts aud  lite  play  slackened  ,    ...              ,,, ��������� off from this to the end of  the  berland  players,   while No. 5                 . VT         ,,   .    . ,  ,     '         ,     , game, and No, 5 retired victors  wercnotatfulUtreng.il.   ' ,bn     ,HtflnBi;  No. 5 won the toss ami play-   '  cd with the sun on their bucks,       ^ WM .��������� Rrwt fon|| mA ]i;u)  No. 5 were the first to attack and a -^ say iu the Mflre beh,K kcpl  For Courtenay,  McMillan   iu  kept the visitors'  defense busy,  Joe Williams bringing out Mc*  Wlt'i'l'.-*     ^nrv-il.tlWV"     tm   t       ��������� ������������������   X  i " *- '���������    "*���������' **      *<"'  lu  ii'Vpir. "(.'���������    j    X\'*-U-    'A.'-    lilm-   lii.ll  to score, ii, Hrown beating Mc*  Miil.ui with a shot thut gave liiin  no  chance to save.   The  locals  VtViV     Jv.uliiVU.1    JAlUltiV   lUt   VV .  Sutherland handling and li. Mc*  Lean put them two tip, The  first part of the game ended with  No. 5 maintaining their two  goal lead- The loeaU had the  bulk of the plav in thi** half,  She.uer, No, $\ cus'odian, hejug  so low. McNeil and Sutherland  at back were always safe and did  not give Ao. 5 forward* much  rope. Courtenay put up a good  game and il is to bc hoped that  they will enter a team for tho  District aud Charity Cups.  Holmes���������Carlson Nuptials  jri Vancouver.  Climax Reached In The Tragic  Drama In Which Gus Carl-  s;u Was Murdered.  Yesterday the   Herald   wired  its Vaucouver correspondent to  search   tbe records in that, city  and ascertain   if a marriage license had been issued to Wm.  f lol men and Mrs, Carlson     Tbe  reply came back that a search.ol'  ibe records showed that a license  to marry  was issued,   to   Wm.  Holmes aud Harriet Carlson ou  June 15th.    Tlie   records   from  ministers are only filed cjuarlev-  ly,  so as yet, no record is made  ol' the marriage,   Our correspondent  asceriained,   however, on  fairly (j;ood uittht nty tlie milliter  not being at home, when our cur  respondent called, that the   pair  wei������! married on June 16th   by  the St. Andrews' minister iu the  rect'uy.    The bride and gr.-oiu  left   for   Seattle  the fl.ntie   diy,  where it is supposed they   now  ate.���������Nanaini'i Herald  Mr, Victor  Ii.   Hnmsnn,  bm*  rhtoi'. nf l.-iily-iroth.   *>'  bi   t *>*-.'.* r>  viidtiiig hid brother Mr, I'. l\ liar  rison,    He eaim* ovi-rlim! iu cunt.  pany with Mi*. IVrcy Winch, wbo  ',. ,.,���������*..���������,. <��������� 1 ������������������ ���������  ��������� -.. ' ' ���������  ���������  **���������    "���������   n '  uo** visits to tli������< town.  Reply To Joseph Shaw.  Editor Cumberland News.  Kir  THE CORNER STORE  It. J. JST. M^LKOD begs to announce tbat be has taken'  into partnership Mr. B. W. Bailey, who is well kuown  in this city and district. Mr. Bailey haa been ' connected  with the Dry Goods and Men's Furnishing business for the  last 'thirteen years, aiid tho experience he has had iii the  wholesale and retail in England and this, country should be  of advantage both to myself and the pcuple of 'Cumberland.  For the last tivo years Mr. Bailey has been with 6oine of the  l.u-gest wholesale firms in Vancouver and is in a position to  know when and where to buy the best goods and give the  best values, 1 take this opportunity of thanking my customers for the Confidence plated in me in the past and trust in  the future we will merit it moro so.    :  ~ ��������� : i . ' ^, -,.'.  Come in and See the ��������� Nesw Goods  for July 1st,   JUST ARRIVED.  J.N. McLEQD  Dimsmuir Avenue, CUMBERLAND, B. C.  tmmmtv Mi������j*^\m*mjL*uimimuJfJ^t*rm-S*  ������ YOUR NAME IS GOQD.J  '*        '       ;/ A. X  (b  (*S     W���������������*'��������� It-- "i���������������*���������'���������,*J*������i-  \A������'*.y i������&)X-������tj  ^ivmviiF  "IfNYTFUNGIN  THE  JEWELRY   LINE  SOLD on SMALL  MONTHLY  PAYMENTS  Co)'"  vr  '-I  In the last issue of the Islander, Mr. Shaw says that I claim  our present closet system, known  as the dry system,is sanitary,and  states that this is misleading. I  do uot profess to be a criterion  on sanitation���������every mau to his  own trade or calling. But, our  medical Health Officer and other  medical men who should aud do  know, SAY IT IS, if prop,  erly attended to, I have uot, nor  bud I any intention, I can assure  you, of trying to mislead anyone,  I am consistent iu what I say or  do, and am prepared at any tune  privately, or ou the public  platform, to substantiate anything I have said or may say re  the sewerage question.  It appears io me that no me  people who have uo property or  laud taxes to pay, have more to  say on the sewerage question  than those who have���������WHY?  Kespeetfully yours  T. JC. BATE.  Sinn C. Diivinsr.  nrrivod home  from Vk'toin, by .SiitiinlnyV hunt,  f<^.fl*f**fm^>-*^^  STODDART  liV  ���������3  ft  8  ()  I  I  1  )  I  THIS JEWEILEa.  Next door to tho Royal Bank of Canada, Cumbsrlnnd.  SWISS   BELL  RINGERS  COMING.  Tbo mimical Edrlmrdtn, SwIch  Bell ItinKors, the mont v������r������ntiltf  and olcvisrest organisation tnivell.  itiR, will appear in tbo Cuniberliind  Hull, on next Wodneiulay evening  July Uth. Tlui will b������ tbe mioiikI  viml of tbo MutdcfiJ l^jlchiiriiiH to  Ciunliorliind, ho thoy nwuil 110 Intro*  duciion, Thoy prtwuit an ������voninn  of nimiBomont- that is iu a cIiihh by  iuclf, ami nf thu proKrumiiio in*  elude.*! tiiiinio producud by all kind-i  of iiiHiriiiinmt.8, nnd hIho comedy,  no oniifhuiild mist tliOHpporluiiity  i.f iiltluidinu. Uoii't Uneel ihiHl.Ut',  Wcdnt'uday, July (Uh.  "������������������'  -������������������ ���������o   ��������� ���������  I  (?)  -*>.  ������  (!)  (!)  '*j*msms>'M)(.  DRUIDS BANQUET.  Tho United Ancient Order "f  Druida held a morft nuccocHful Imu.  quot in the Cumbtn'land Ho el 0 1  ln*t Wedtiosdny evening, Jun������s 22n 1  thu occasion buing a, visdtof ihe <v.-  pronentativos of tho Cr.������nd Lo'>������  front Ladyemith. A IiouhIimi,  Bprond provide J by Mm. Wm. M r  riliold, wiih nil tho dolico*:icH .������f  thn soiidon, wan much imiji'viH \>\'  nil. Mr.F Dirlcou mndo n 'triom  enpahloolirtirtn'in. Afmr tbi in*  imr man hnd bunn thoroughly s.i't ���������  llud 11 long Ibl nf to.iMis wn* gui.it  through, minuted with rongn mil  inBtruiiM'Dtiil muric Al'egii.l er  the livmiing wim n inont nijjynli u  urio, Tb������' diiiiii).' room of tbi' bn'c'  wiih* filled toils uiruoiu copiK'it;-, im������  ienn than fflVrtnlV'flva Hitlilig ilnwit.  Mr, V, l{iuii*<ny has just futiini*  ed from 11 siit'cosMul  bnuiiiiMM trip i Tlm biini|net whh brouftht m a * H������*������  trip tn Victoria mid   .Niumiiuo, in abuui.5u.ni  tlio iiiti'i'i'rttn of the  iug Company.  'iUenor Ihi'W.  mm\rm,z������inTx*tzxy^^  (J'"iTid    Mhuhhcp CuiiNuti, uf  1 In? 1 ntiiidinti CiiliiVrii'H, is ftf tun 11.  . mLW.VtmM:tW9Mt**AmVm*r*m'*  RECEIVED THIS WKhl  V  MUM-WMwi  |������M������H������tM������  \ pn; giji'\n;vr  ki������........ '.4k.      .,...���������      A  i;  ��������� . ������������������ 1,  Next Friday will be Dominion  Day. The occasion will bc celebrated tit Union Bay hy holding  a   programme of ������j>ori8.   (The  MY. C   MiiH."iuti,  wlioloiiiili������ li-  qnui* denlor is erecting 11 two ntui*t<y  b.i;].!'' g  <>u    Dun-mti'i*   A*>'���������������������������.1.1*.  iippi.fiff city t*tnb|������'i*      The build.  iliu -y'tW bi'  iS >    d."    nnd   \lill    I"  icommilUe  in cluuge are  sjwr  wiib������.vi,  nu, j 1, vu.iiumii.  >ii.i>i^ j, , itjtl, , /t't 1  ,,       ,      j     ,,,     ., ,,,���������     111c no pains *o as to make   the n*<*.| us h plan* ������������f  im-m.^s   und  seldom   ������������������s*?cd, while   McMillan  . . ,    ���������.       /x    ,   ,.     , .    ,  day a grand success aiid a   mos'   l'*i'lb"tr   Our Itti'mu fninnu up  enjoyable one to nil.    K������ t\,*\%i-*. * **'**' ������" ,,'������������'" ������ M-raUle f������iti. ii.  i%   1  ***  Jars,  in pints, quarts and half .i������a h-ns, in  time  for thc fruit   season.     The "l;.con<>mv"   k   tlw h<st  jar  on thc market, is cay lo seal; n<������ rubber   rin^i  required; wide m������������tith aid air tivjht.  N. B.   Extra Tops Al w.i.vs .ji Suck.  dealt with nil kinds of shots in n  cndi'a'de iiiainn-r.  tmmmm*������**-0 * *r "���������*, ���������  CmtllC'.UV ..".LMUHUll lUt MT'I  .,   , ,      ,   -       , , , I du' fu uie   of our timn,   Ind,'  if the wc.ituet u fi'.vc, th������.iv   wi������l������,     , ,       ,  ,   ...  ****,  ****** a  iiy tin* niHii'H'r of  uuj|ihfi|jn |ii<>  ond   halfwi'h vtRomnd   tmtdr'b������*n Inrpc turn out from Cum. j,,',,-,.,.,.., ���������tH) u,,\ <UI c<1||r.l.0f  grwt tifotU to reduce the  lec-jbtrlsmd.  C"  itriu*ii'������u,  CAMPBEhh 0P,0  Dunsmuirt Avenue f.rmbcHant!  JU2Z  ��������� Ml   *fc ������������������������������������*!  ***% ������m..w*-m-m*m mmm.,    .-,    mm-mrn   .  mv ' , n mm*mm.mm.anmmmmml THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  * His ������*���������  Courtship.  By HELEN It MARTIN,  Amtbmt of "Tilli*: A M������vnoait������ Maid."  Oopvrioht, Iter, by lieOurt, PhtOipi-iCo.  (Continued.)  The-problem solved itsoir by his accidentally touching the headboard at  this moment with his elbow. Instantly be thought to reassure her by ,juiet-  )y speaking ber name without abruptness.  "Eunice, it is only I. Don't be  alarmed,"  He stepped out into sight as he  ���������poke. She had sprung to her foet aud  ���������stood panting with alarm, ber eyes  Vide ami startled, her cheeks white.  He spoke again in a matter of fact  "way, calculated to disarm ber fear.  "I'm very sorry I've frightened you.  t came here to meet the ghost Asa  jou It?" he smiled.  Sbe sank limply mra Inst the bed, "I  ..{bought," she breathed, "tbat you wew  If*  At the sound of her own voice she  seemed to recover herself. Her face  was bright with color now, and her  eyes were brilliant He saw almost  with amusement that she found no  cause for alarm or displeasure at bis  presence.  He drew an old dusty chair to the  bedside and sat down before her, folding his arms.  She leaned comfortably against tbe  foot of tbe bed. Evidently sbe saw  no objection to a midnight chat with  him. She seemed to him in her inno-  -rent acceptance of the situation as ignorant of evil as an angel.  There seemed so much that he wanted to ask her that he hardly knew  ���������where to begin. But with a trifle less  -than her usual timidity before him  ahe took the initiative.  ���������^You~wereJn^thiBXoom^tognJLjani������  In, weren't you?" she asked, ber eyes  wide with wonder.  "Yes���������iu quest of the ghost."  "But the room was dark."  He pointed to his lamp on the bookshelf. "I blew it out when I heard  you coming, thinking I was going to  encounter tbe specter."  "You didn't know, did you, that you  ���������would���������would find me bore tonight?"  Again that note of wistfulness with  ���������which he was beginning to grow familiar.  "No more expected it than I expected to meet tbe czar of Russia."  She appeared so disappointed to hear  It that ho hastened to add, "It's the  most delightful surprise I ever had in  ray life,"  Sbe beamed upon him frankly. "You  *i*e pleased?" Evidently she wanted  him to repeat It.  "To say I am 'pleased' would bo  false.   I am overjoyed."  "Why?"  Ho was much entertained at her venturing to put him through a catechism.  "How can you ask when for four  ���������days you have mado it impossible for  ne to havo throe minutes' talk with  year  "You have wanted to talk with mo7"  Her eyes were not mournful now, but  luminous with happiness.  -"Haven't you wanted to talk to me?"  he inquired,  "OH!" she breathed as though her  feelings were too deep for utterance,  Being n mere iiian, he found himself  quite unable to interpret her.  "Much good It does tno to want to  talk to you," ho snld ruefully, "when 1  have to search you out In a haunted  room nt midnight in order to du It.  Why do .vi'ti iiinke It m> illlli.'iilt?"  "I huve not meant to make It dlfll*  etilt. Oh. no, Indeed, Uut you know I  am kept very closely at work,"  "I know, But why haven't ynu como  oot  to   me  In   the  evenings- to  tho  spring house or to thu terrace liy the |  gate?" j  ���������'I think," she said, her color dee|MUi*  (nf and her eyes falling, "It wouldn't  hart lieen -maidenly."  "Well, then, at least you might lie  nbout somewhere where 1 could come  Utyoti."  "Abo keeps n Jealous wntdi upon  me," she snld without looking up.  "Ahe? At- tx> bunged!"  "And then," she mldiij, ber head  ���������Inking n little lower, "I would not  wish to obtrude myself when all your  mind must be occupied with���������with tho  jlrl you sn Id you loved."  "What?" he uslieij. pmwled. "Oh, yon  rater to th* stately Oenrglsiiu?"   Ilo  ������*,,*���������������-���������-     "'!      ���������;-'������������������.     i'".\   \\r.    lileuaed  1 should *fiv I tell jou. Hunlce, the  em and only thing i hnve desired  atnen I last miked with you haa been  fo ro on with tt.4t talk ."  "let u* go on with It now," she said,  a deep contentment radiating from hor  nn..* *',..<:  "All right." Uf relaxed and leaned  baett more comfortably In his own  #halr, resting his forehead on hia fln-  and looking as complacently sat'  a ahe did.  "Hot Aral," she aald timidly, "I  mtemtd ������*k n promise of yon."  "It*. Kunlce "  "Will rou not hetrny to Ur. or Mra.  Sferata-pitttr that you ������������w me bere't"  "Why   don't   you   wish   them   to  tuaewT' be a*fc#������i, fori log bla cotnpta  *rwmey disturbed hy her apparent cow-  ardlte.  "tony would }���������*> xerj nneyt-"  "Why n***d rein ntre tor tbatV  ���������"tlet tbey would stop my mrntng tn  tba future, I have kep! litem from  hmmlng ibe** many jmii."  "Thaw many yearn? V*������������ haie ������**���������������  !��������� tke habit of cfiuiing to thU rw������rn';"  "Every olglii tor manr tear*."  "Ahar* he exclaimed. "Then you are  the ghost! The flickering light seen  at the windows by passersby ls your  candle!"  "Yos.'V  "What did you come for?"  "To read."  He sat upright in his chair. "For  many years you have been reading the  books ln this room?"  "Yes."  He stared at her for nn instant  spellbound with astonishment. Then  he sank back in his chair, fitting together the tips of his fingers, a habit  of his when trying to think things out  "1 see," he said slowly.   "1 see."  lie asked her a question abruptly.  "Why would the Morniugsturs stop it  if they knew?"  "They would think it made me les*  strong to work for them���������staying up ai  night.   You  will  not tell them?" she  j repeated anxiously.  \    "Of course 1 shall not tell���������that goes  | without saying, child.   But." he asked  1 curiously, "were yon never afraid to  come   here���������knowing  tho  place   was  haunted?"  "I had great fear. But my longing to  read the books was even greater."  "Your refusal to tell me the other  evening how you *came by' the 'few  books' you had read���������you were afraid  I might betray you?"  "Always the great dread has been  upon me of having this only pleasant  thing in my life taken away from me.  It has made me cautions. But I would  trust you now," she said with a restrained eagerness, -"with any secret  I had���������I would trust you to���������to the uttermost!"  "Thank you, Eunice," he answered  gravely, an odd feeling of pleasure  stirring in his heart  He drew himself up and leaned toward tbe bookcase, examining in the  light of bis new knowledge their titles.  "So then it has beea your secret reading that has made of you such an  anomaly in the midst of these Morning-  stars. Living among them, but never  of them, your real life has been spent  ln the world of fiction and history and  poetry. Yes," he nodded, "I begin to  see daylight now."  As a psychologist he felt an almost  ^S^tiugjnterest in herjis a case to be  Btndied. with her peculfiff"~"inentai-  equipment of a really extensive knowledge of literature, combined with an  absolute ignorance of actual life, and  the afifcctional and emotional side of  her nature left utterly dormant.  "Will you tell me," she timidly urged,  "whether you have been told the story  of this room? 1 know there is a story  connected with it, bot it has always  been kept from me."  Although Kinross held It to be an  old fogy notion that a girl should be  guarded from all knowledge of evil,  yet ho had an Instinctive aversion to  pouring into the ears of this childlike  maiden the story of the crime which  Mrs. Morningstar bad related to him.  On second thoughts, however, why  should bo hesitate when she had  nerves steady enough to meet a ghost  nnd a wil) so Arm that in all these  years she hnd kept the secret of her  surreptitious reading, unconsciously  educating herself thereby possibly far  beyond whnt many a girl gained from  a systematic schooling? Surely tbe girl  had "rnce" hack of ber, with her courage to faco a ghost, her love of books  bo strong ns to overcome obstacles that  would have daunted any ordinary  character nnd her native refinement of  thought nnd Instinct which ho felt in  her presenco so keenly,  Itut he bethought him of another  reason why he did not wish to reimut  to ber nt onco Mrs. Morningstar's tnlo.  riiero wiih the pnper he had thrust Into his pocket nt tho sound of her step  In tho hall bearing that "confession,"  Until ho hnd read that ho would rather tel) ber nothing,  "Will you wnlt," he begged her, "nnd  let. mo think It over flrst before I tell  ynu what I know? Bellove me," he  ndded iim he saw her look of disappointment, "that I hold your welfare  sacred mid that In asking you to wult  I do whnt seems to me to bo for your  good."  Ho wns surprised at the glow which  Irradiated her countenance nt bin  words, She was so unused to being  considered, he reflected, thnt n mere  tone of kindness called forth nil the  Intent brightness of her soul, I.lttle  did ho dream how his words snug In  her with, "I hold your welfare snered,"  snd thnt tho music of the spheres  could not have seemed to Iter more  wonderful In spite of the fact that  since Hint night on tho terrace her  henrt hnd tieen heavy with the knowledge thnt ho loved Oeorglnnn,  "I will wnlt," she aald, mi unwonted  thrill In her voice that held hlm with  Its spell, "until you aro ready to tell  me."  ������ *M������tnrhlne possibility had suddenly  occurred to him. Murely If that con*  tension iiinutuKeU lo noj li.A-i; lluulee  would herself have found It ont He  had siipitoMNl that he had come upon  ��������� discovery, and ba felt a pang of,disappointment aa he realised tho prob-  ��������� Mm,, i.f tw* bnvlnw been mUtaken.  "7'lnwe tntoka on the top tUed. xiioan  Haltac**," he suddenly Mid. "they were  the only books I found dusty. Ah, of  course," he added, "jrou don't read  Trench; that's Itr  Then pcrbaiw, after all. ahe had  never neon this paper In his breast  pocket extraordinary, indml. If d;:t  log ������������ these yearn the secret of her  ���������iiMory xlitmUl Wm.ii thus f,*",n wffMn  her reai b and yet emeaped ber, A de-  *tre cam* to hlm to tako It ont and  read It with iter, but be tboufht Wtter  of tr.  "V'.u know nothing really of your*  ���������elf yonr name, your origin, yonr lite  tmtnt*. r,m mmtm imti twice '.'.ltd the  MnrnlngKiaraY*  A iH'tiitie droop to her Hpi ai she  ���������ttnnti t,er head was bnt ataawer. Afi. r  a moment the kinked ap at him. h-f  ���������������;*,���������������������  alumni solemn   ���������������   ���������***   mtm-***  night and I will tell yon what l can."   I  He was conscious of the fact that in \  the course of their talk she had seem- !  ed to him like one roused out of a i  long torpor, like a drooping wild flower  reviving under a soft rain.  yi "Do you know, Eunice, it isn't true���������  what you told  me the other night���������  that  you   'have  no education.'    You  have read and, I have reason to lie-  lieve. assimilated the best of English  letters."  "You call me educated?" she asked,  with Interest.  "Technically an educated person is  no doubt ono who knows the multiplication tables. I am not sure that you  do."  She shook her head sadly. "No." she  humbly acknowledged. "And I can't  spell either,"  "Your education Is dreadfully oue  sided," he said, smiling. "Hut take  comfort This is tbe day-for specialties. I believe that your knowledge of  English at least Is rather thorough."  "Would it serve me in supporting  myself?" she eagerly asked.  "Surely. The wonder to me is that  you have not through some occult process learned to read those Balzacs."  She looked at hlra doubtfully.  "You never even glanced into them?"  "Long ago I used to take one down  occasionally and wish I could read it,"  Had it been fortunate or unfortunate  for her. he wondered, that she had  missed this "confession" in his pocket?  Tbat remained to be seen, and he was  eager to be alone In his room to read  It He felt a reluctance to bringing this  Interesting tete-a-tete to an end. but  he must without delay be alone to  read the secret in his pocket He rose  from his chair.  "It's getting awfully late. Eunice.  I'd better go now. We will meet here  tomorrow night then? At what time?"  "I can come ns soon ns Ollie falls  asleep. She was restless tonight, and if  made me late. She is usually quiet by  half past 8 at the latest."  "I shall be waiting for you here at  "You sny it Is for my good tbat you  withhold for the time what you know  of this room. It is. then, as I have often  suspected, bound up in some way with  my life?"  He hesitated an instant "Let us not  -������peak,QLitJustye_t Eunice/^   "Very well," she acquiesced gently.  "I have so often wished," she added,  "that if Inanimate things can really  take on impressions from tbe lives of  the people that use them and afterward give out those impressions, this  place would speak to me of Its history!"  It was not to be wondered at that  her ideas were thus fantastic, he  thought. The effect of her desultory  rendiug upon one who lived a life as  isolated from the world as a nun's and  whose mind was left* undisciplined by  any other mental exercise was so curious as to be almost phenomena).  "But do you know how soou you oag  tell me?" she asked.  "Probably the next time we can be  alone together. And don't let It lie a  week from now. Wben nnd where shall  It be?"  "In this room tomorrow night?" she  suggested.  "Cnn't you come to me on tbo ter  nice ngiiln?" !>p proposed, quite unwilling to expose her to the scnndnl which  must nrlse tf they were found alone in  thii chamber in tbe small hours of the  night  "We would not be Interrupted or In  any wny disturbed here," sho said, her  clear eyes so Innocent of any impropriety In hor proposal thnt ho would  no more bave suggested Jt to hor than  lie would bave offered poison to a  babe.  "You know," sbe added, "they oil  huvo great fear of this part of the  houso. On tbe terrace we might bo  seen. Abe"���������  She stopped short w though to ward  ofr mi anathema upon Abe.  But Kinross realised that perhaps  sho wns right, Thoy ran little or no  rink of Interruption la tills roam.  "Lot us meet here, then, tomorrow  Ihnt time, And now I think you'd bettor get somo rest nnd not stop hero to  1011(1."  Ho held out his hand to her. "Good  night."  Without rising from the lied sbo laid  her slim lingers lu his, nnd he clasped  them fnr an Instant as ho looked down  Into her p.vos upraised to his, Thero  wns something In her pnsHloiiiite gaxe,  "pure its very tire," which set his own  pulse fo hounding nnd which made lilm  feel for the llrst time In her present*  Hie full foree nt a fascinating person-  nllty. the cluirm of ��������� most sweet wo  niunbood.  He clasped ber hand almost fiercely,  then turned nway abruptly and went  from the room.  (To be Continue."*,)  College and Sciwet.  J   Cirdhoard  coins  and   scale*  hate  I been Introduced iuto London Kboolt  I for u������e In arithmetic lessons.  {   Candidates   fnr   the   profession  of  1 teaching In "Panada eecelv* * special  { worse at government eiperiM.  ! t Ramed college athletic autherttlea  ' mttgest that physical eierctweH he put  npon the regular college curriculum.  '' Chess   ta   taught   In   nrrry  public  ��������� wIxmI Id Hfrohbeck. Maiouy. and ee*  err boy ������od tfrtrl carries ��������� board and  *���������* ���������' BM tf1 IKt"wt'  A tttertatbablt %������rr)Ar������  I)f. Higgle, the Jj|������hr.|. td t'������r1l<de,  Kng.. who st the moment it being  tslkcxl id ���������* * ever***.** to the l������t������  Bishop of Lincoln. I* n rtmng befie*.  er In the dignity ot tmAmt. When he  ���������pf*|'������ieJ ���������**+ tn������ti"|,rie he t>.|.| hu  i*wwre������*tlon fhst he hail fw������-(i very  fortunate et e(,n������-n������. ������- * >..i,,���������g ���������u������i, ku  1 wearing tw*������ leetu������ei������hip������ and a got-i  ilenl of d'Wtnn*. which t>r.,ii;.'������it tuni  tn abftn) ������M**> |**r -mourn |;n |iP  ihrew tt all up M u ������wr������ j mntth  ������110.  WORLD'S OLDEST JONAH  THE MALIGNANT MUMMY IN THE  BRITISH   MUSEUM.  The Hoodoo, However, Is a Lady and  Her Name Was Princess Hetare���������  She Put a Curse on the Man Who  Should Disturb Her Remains and  Has Won Out���������Ordered Out of the  British Museum.  What is perhaps the oldest hoodoo  on earth whs until very recently in  tho British Museum. After some 3,00(1  years of misbehavior the hintory of  the first 30 and the last 30, of which  are now known but of which the intervening 2,940 are not, the spirit of  the Egyptian Princess Ileiare, priestess of Apien-Ra, has won a very signal  victory. She has forced the staid 'li-  rectors ol the British Museum to remove her mummy case from the vulgar gaze of the populace in the Egyptian hall, and to place it iar away in  seclusion, lt took thirty years of appalling misfortunes to whomsoever  came in contact with the royal sarcophagus to bring the Britons to this  state of mind. While they will not  admit that the misadventures which  have overtaken all. those who have  had anything to do with the ancient  relic have in any way influenced their  decision, everyone else points to their  action as a triumph for the departed  Hetare.  Through the researches of certain  savants who became interested in the  uncanny manifestations tho early history of the original occupant of the  haunted case has become known. Tfce  Princess Hetare, it aopears, was one  of the daughters of Amen-Hetep III.,  perhaps the most famous 'Egyptian  King oi the 18th dynasty. Her father  was a -profound worshipper of the  great sun god, Amen-Ra, and the  beautiful Hetare was brought up in  the same faith. At the age of 21 she  was ordained a priestess of Atnen-Ra,  and earned the favor of that deity by  the earnestness of her ministrations.  She had a half-brother who, on the  death of his father, became Amen-  Hetep IV. In his youth this young  man became a warm devotee of the  god Aten, and rejected the cult of  Amen-Ra, the god ol his fathers, and  -Hetare-resigned_iron*u^thfi_jiae������thgod^  to follow the faith of her half-brother.  From that time she incurred the  hatred and wrath of the great god  Amen-Ra, who, according to the ancient story, decreed that trouble and  woe should pursue her through all  eternity.  The power of Amen-Ra soon made  itself felt on the followers of Aten.  The desert tribes began to harass the  Egyptians, and Amen-Hetep IV. lost  most of the territory his fathers hnd  won. The shrines and temples which  he had hnd built nt Thebes to his  new-found god were pulled down, and  the stones were used to rebuild the  temple of Amen-Ra. Hetare was killed by a fanatic worshipper of Amen-  Ra. Her body wns mummified and  inclosed in a rich case, but received  none of the honors to which her royal  birth would seem to have entitled her.  For centuries afterward the Egyptians  attributed the famines nnd drouths  which from time to time oppressed  them to the wrath oi tho god at the  defection of Hetare from his priesthood.  The exhibition in the British Mu-  Beum to-day is not a mummy. It is  only an uninhabited mummy case.  Uninhabited? Well, that's the question. Some there nre who boldly as.  sert that tho box is as empty a* a  vacuum, But others, more familiar  with the ways of the Egyptian)*, solemnly point out that while the corpse  of tho priestess is indeed no longer to  be found in tho enso, her soul has returned and now occupies it. and to  the affronted soul of the unfortunate  Hetare they nttribute the long chain  of disasters connected with the uncanny exhibit. Inhabited or not, tho  case hns lia.1 a uioxt remarkable his.  tory during the thirty years it hn������  been in the riossoimion of the llritisn  Museum, nrul has earned for itsolf tho  nntne of the "Mnlimiant Mummy."  About, thirty years ngo four wealthy  young Englishmen went fot n holiday  along the N'ilc. Bent on plonsure thoy  had no fenr of Amen-Ra and did not  hesitate when the opportunity camo to  lecuro the mnintiiHIed priestesn of  Anien-Rn. They uuule plans to tak?  it bnck with them ns one of their met  interesting souvenirs, nnd put It on a  boat on their wny up tho Nile, Be-  Having it to be of grent vnluu, they  kept constnut watch over it, Judge  of thoir sunrise whon, on disembark.  ing, they Umnd tlmt the mummy Iind  mysteriously di������iip|ioar������<l, and only  the ense wn*. left \ Tlie member* of  tlie bunt -rt * were examined, but  wore able to prove tlieir entire Intio-  eonco of the theft, and finally it wan  decided U������ give up the chnse, and l>e  satisfied that the thief hnd nt least  left the box.  But the grievously offended lletsre  wns not satisfied. Whether she had  left tl������e cttHu of hor own ncrohl or bnd  been stolen, she did not propose to  let the matter rent there. The mum-  mv en.** wa* her home, and it had  been stolen,   mgiu ������-*������> ���������������,* U������������M  tu   Im,   rii-l'iVy  Tho fowling.pfeee of one of the four  ���������iptoded and shattered his right arm.  Tlie accident -na* particularly unfor-  tuuiiU' because the young man had  intended to enter the Ijfe Guards,  ���������j...* ������������������"��������� It-** of his arm. of course,  made n military career out oi Uie  question. Hut that was only the beginning. Shortly after they arrived  in England another waa billed in a  street brawl. Within n year after the  termination of the trip a third lost  hia entire fortune and died nhortly  afterward, and the fourth likewise  died in dire poverty.  With the death of the last the earn  MMttl intu ihe Juri'f.-* ot hi* *t*ter  Right ***y the pn������H*d it into the  hands of the British Museum A  tj*K������t������gTa|i*T������f** >e<*ured p*rmi������*ton to  take a picture of it lint when he  developed hi* picture tie found It  *h������,w������������f ������ilhii������ the )*.* the figure of a  woman In long white draperies, aiid  tn������i#>*<i ������t to* |*i>).ke.i im*u uu tha  aa*������ n tar* <������t ��������� particularly ntAkvo*  lent r*i>M������������.*i.,n. (inly a tew of these  fj,..t.<������;������|.l.- ������*re ttrukeii oU, and  Uxer  *���������������**   htytbmm   tttttiMly ran.  Within a year the photographer committed suicide.  Then it was found that the man  who had taken the case to the museum, Wm. Fumes, of Earling, had  died within a week, while John Black,  who lived in Whitechapel, and who  had helped carry it into the building,  hod been run over by a train and had  both legs cut off. The authorities of  the museum tried again to have it  photographed, and the camera man  fell, smashed his camera, and cut his  face open. The same day one of his  '.ihildren had a narrow escape from  drowning.  All of these things happened before  1905. Since then the r 'ory of the famous hoodoo hns been well circulated,  and visitors to the museum have generally avoided the Egyptian room altogether. The English papers soon  became full of letters fiuni indignant citizens who had looked up the  history of the famous Hetare nnd  wanted to know how much longer the  trustees of the museum were going to  fly in the face of fate by submitting  the ancient lid to the profane gaze of  the public, thereby incurring the evident resentment of the departed  princess.  How far the authorities of the museum place credence in these theories  may be n matter of doubt, but it is a  fact that they have at last directed the  removal of the uncanny box where it  will no longer be offended by tho public gaze. It will be interesting to see  if Hetare will be satisfied with this  victory.  J<THE DEAO HAS COMETO UFE'r  I "FRUIT-MIVES" MIII1CLE  GU 'RDIAN OF 384 CHILDREN.  awmmmamtm*  MN8. JAMIS rrNWICK  Enterprise, Out., October rst, 1908*.  "I suffered tortures for seven loflR  years from a Water Tumor. J y/m  forced to take morphia constantly *���������*  relieve the awful pains, and I wanted to  die to get relief. The doctors gave pie  up ana my friends hourly expected P-y  death. Ihen I was induced to t������ke  "Fruit-a-tives't and this wonderful fruit  medicine has completely cured pie,  When I appeared on the street again  my friends exclaimed 'Ths dead has  come to life.' The cure was a positive  miracle."     MRS. JAMES FENWrCK.  50c a box���������6 for $2.50���������or trial bO\,  25c. At dealers or from Fruit-a-t>v������s  Limited, Ottawa.  DAMES AND DAUGHTERS.  Public Trustee Managing Estates   oi  Tramp and Millionaire.  A most interesting address was  given at the Society of Arts in London recently by Mr. C. J. Stewart, the  Public Trustee.  In summarizing the extraordinary  area of responsibility to which he has  already succeeded, Mr. Stewart said  he is concerned already with the  estates of seventy-nine already deceased persons; with 300 people still  living; with 1,000 settlements affecting nbout 5,000 beneficiaries, and  ������38,000,000 worth of estates, and is in  some measure responsible for the upbringing oi no fewer than 364  children.  His duties concerned the estates of  testators who- varied in their wills  from the formula, "I bequeath to my  wife 5s.," to the millionaire, the aver-  *age-va!ue-of-the-estates-beingjiotje_ss_  than- ������4,000. "  That the experience pf the Public  Trustee is not limited to one class  or to the strictly academic and formal  cases was shown. An applicant was  desirous of securing his savings for  his little daughter, nine years old,.  He added, "I have no permanent address or occupation���������I am a tramp."  From this the range of variety mount-  ed or fell to the "tragedy that is  sometimes behind great riches," as  Mr. Stewart phrased it grimly.  The Public Trustee has been invit-  ed to reconcile husbands and wives.  One client, seventy years of age, considered it would come within the  purview of the department to "assist  him in finding a sporting antagonist  of similar ag:e, whom he wished to  box, run. or jump for ������100."  In another case a lady required the  department to look out her trains for  her, and when everything had been  done to make her comfortable reported that "the guard was most attentive, nnd hnd a carriage for us labelled 'Lndies only.' My daughter, how.  ever, did not appear to appreciate hii  attention,"  The only former mistresses of the  ���������.Vhlie House living nr? Mrs. Gr������*er  Cleveland and Sirs. Ttleodore Roosevelt.  Mrs. Matthew T. Scotr."president  general of the -Daughter* of the American' Revolution, has opened elaborate-  headquarters In the Arlington hotol in  Washington.  Victoria Daniels, a ntneteen-year-oi<s  Chicago girl, is tbe 1 tampion ��������� hoi 1>  wreath maker of that city. She mad������  ;>JK! holly wreaths ln one day oi to*  hours, exceeding by sixteen the r<H.'oi*4  of 33G made by Emma Vogel a year  ago. ;  Miss Heleflf Taft, drughter of" the-  president, is a pretty *glrl. with blue-  eyes and fair hair. Ste is a fearless  horsewoman, n tireless rider aud the-  winner of a scholarship which, she I*  TTffiuH~To"thinfcr-would-enab!e���������tJet_to*~  continue her studies if she wcr0 ;>  be thrown upon her own resources.  Miss Alice Paul, the American girl  who was sentenced to an English prison for taking part ln tte recent suffragette outbreaks, comes of an old Qua'  ker family of MoorestCwn, N. J. Sb������  took honors at Swnnhmore college.  Inter bad n postgraduate course ������t the  University of Pennsylvania and then  went to England, where sb*? wn*  studying when she bejame Interested,  hi thc equal franchise question.  Who'd Be a Teacher?  Whnt is wrong with the, scholastic  profession? Something, evidently.  For even the British National Union  of Toftchers hns issued a strong mani- *  lento wnrning parents of tho risks of  their children becoming teaoheri.  They sny that nfter two years as a  pupil-teacher the money earned ia  insuflicient to provide board mid  education; thnt residential colleges  entnil grent expense; and thnt a child  may renmin in a secondary school till  sixteen, nnd then bo rejected,  In July, 1008. 4,3*1 teacher* left the  training colleges; three months later  1,220 wore without employment, and  a vo������r later 25'J were known to he  still unemployed. And of 4,880 students who left training colleges ln4  July l.&iM were still luokitig for work  iu October,  A Linguist en the Bench.  Judgo Bncon, of the Rloomshury,  Kng., County Court, ii well qualified  ns a linguist to settle the disputes  reaching his court from the foreign  quarters of London over which he linn  jurisdiction. "Let n mnn *(K>ak thu  Intigungo ho understands, nnd it we  do not understand we will hnvo it in*  terpretml," snid the judge the other  dny. Yet there is hardly a European  language with which his honor is unacquainted. He is a somewhat severe  critic ol interpreters, and on one oe.  easion remarked, "Interpreters ure  those who try to Interpret a language  they do not know iuto ono of whicn  they know less,"  ���������     ���������  1  Blyths's Practical Jekt.  j    According   to   jsaviu   twrnuu, ;'..-:  YivJishlie   crlrVMeT,  who   hns   he-en  touring Houth Africa with the Kngli-h  I team, Hlythe, the Kent bowler, lik-**  I a practical joke.     Previous to one  I match an old man came on to the  wicket with a handful of nails and a 1  >.i,rifn.>r   tn   tlphten    the   matting. !  1 Charlie illytho took him to the reniie  I of the matting, and told him to put {  j half-a-doten right on the blind spot  I which he did, and he had not the ,  ; slightest idea but (hat everything was  < tight.  Of course, they had to be ra  j moved before a steirt could be mad*.  sporting Notes.  Syracuse Ice racing light harness  clubs will unite,  The Boston Americans aro<aff*r new*  grounds for 1012,  Cornell hns won eastern croff" cojni-1  try runs tun times In eleven .vein's.  Alfred Shrubb has won nlii������*ty-flvi������  out of 101 races since coming to thi*:  country nearly three yeara ago.  James A. Murphy of New Y������Hc him  bought 1������Ib old love, Star Pointer,  tifflHii, and the first two uilnuto puecr  Is certain of a good,, borne as long a*  bc lives.  Dun Patch, 1*.!55^, has covered "mnri������  thnn "0,000 miles since going J������t<������ tin*  exhibition business. What U-*n been  announced ns bin final uppeiirance lit  public took place lust TliiiiikNglviii^  Hay nt Los Augeles, where U������ swredi  over Minor Ueir In 2;15Vi.  Three Kings.  Tie Ocrmitn emperor ia very popu^  ���������or wltti officer* of the imperial nvmy,  Miu iili'knnme among tho tlcrmni) ao|.  Mi"* Im lier' Lutilimiiii.  ling Edward wns recently a warded'  foi r llrst prizes for his exhibit* nt tlur  Bn'ithllotd cattle show, Hlf" majesty  li X touunf fnriner. not a landlord, and  pn ���������* r lurge huiii every yen*" IP reut  mrt tuxes fer his holdings.  King Ousfnvo nf Rwedoii trVd tre  flu*! mil the fnct* concerning tho ri"  cent great strike In his country, but  wf'ln'ut complete HUccess, Nonr lur  ilMruVw* himself and work* amotitf  nr'lwiwis of various sorts Unknown  thn ho may have knowledge uf actunl  nndlMoii* nt (It'Nt hand. It'*wtly he  c������TI������l smks of coal nt a itevedor*  fu(F seier.il hours.  i       Origin ef ihe Werd Sterling.       ,  '    The origin of the word "sterling"  , is very mrtou*.   Among   the   early ,  j minter* of coin in northern Europe .  : were the dwellers of easWrn Germany, j  1 They were so skillful in tlieir calling ,  j that number* at them were invited j  ��������� to Kngland to manufacture the metal !  ; money of lie* kingdom. The stranger*  . were ln<i������-n tn "ennterllng*." After a (  i time Um word became "ilerlint," ������nd >  fn thi* abbreviate,! form it has team |  to Imply wh������t l* genuine in money, ,  plate ot character.  BRONCHITIS  If Nesjettei, If rnvnuhi ll* Luf 1  aalMffrm fatal*  Mr,G.L.C*H*wc<ilbb^ma*^.,  Tm**m\ Mites win n������l* *d fwrMetoer  IS. 1901, NOa*y*iraMt)iiM������na������lc������i.  Uattti a *iv*w seld ia tkesNit, wkkk  &ml������pdra������Br������Hl$i ItaAtfam  kiadi el maJkke Md lewi m* intptan.  mata. AfrlsailefaikMsdfkedwitftiy  P������YrM>NF ���������Kitlathfteilavfifsltlikea  aewMastsla, lettmta\m*^*kaM*m  *Am a nltuM* awe yea k������** ia PSY.  CHlNEferb-^MWlwM*|l������MtM4'  Ua*ihwif*ileii.laaiiMNllieetli������alifttlie  bw*RaaM*taMfitftlMMWatk������riwJH������  aMvbW^narpulJiAikiitMiiMal*!.''  imp AM eetf et the nr** will U  mW, y*mt������������tmtbhlnt***M'*r*m*  lymmwmm PSYCHINE.  f������i*it.ifc������tf*,������. ifj -*>*+���������  Br. T. A. JLOCUK -  "-AA:A.iUi:t,Stati^'m^m  Tljif  tU*rtW>i������������***l**������*t*S.**Iffifc-- 'lt-t*.U^mml^Z4mi^-liS������ *���������  tr  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  il  It Was Dizzy Spells  ^     Gave the Warning  Fainting   Also   Alarmed   Her���������New  Strength apd Energy Are Restored  by DR. CHASE'S NERyE FOOD.  Pain is often a blessing in disguise.  For when you suffer you get in earnest about a cure.  Many who are in a really serious  condition from nervous exhaustion do  not realize they are in danger because  they have no pain.  They are, ���������weak and easily fatigued,  their digestive system lacks the necessary vigor to digest food, appetite is  poor and interest in life seems to  wane. Some even have dizzy spells  nnd fainting spells, as hnd the \vriter  of this letter, before realizing the danger they are in.  To such heart failure or some form  of paralysis is liable to come at any  moment.  Why not take definite action to-day  so that restoration mny begin nt once.  You enn get Dr. Chase's Nerve Food  nt almost any store where medicine is  sold and can be sure that every dose  brings you so much nearer tb health  and vigor.  Mrs. Edwin Martin,    Ayer's    Cliff,  Que.,  writes: "Before I.began using'  ! Dr. Chase's Nerve Food, I wns in ft:  i terrible 'condition, dizzy spells would ,  | come over me and I would fall to the |  ' floor.   I could not so much as sweep  the floor without fainting.   My nervous system was all run down.  "Doctors failed to help me so I  ; turned to Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. I  isoon folt that it was a God-send to me  because I could feel that it was re-  I storing my system, I can now wash  ! and do the housework without diffi-  ��������� culty and give all tbe credit for the  | cure to Dr. Chase's Nerve Food."  The genuine Dr; Chase's Nerve  Food bears portrait and signature of  A. W. Chase, M.D., the famous Receipt Book author, 50 cts. a box, all  dealers or Edmanson. ��������� Bates & Co.,  Toronto. Write for tree copy of Dr.  Chase's Recipes.  YOU would soon ,get rid of a  servant who did only half the  work in double the time of a capable  one. Then why continue using a  flour that gives half the nourishment  and double the work to digest?  Ogilvie's Royal Household  is made from selected spring wheat���������  a wheat that is rich in nutriment. It  is the whitest and finest flour made;  it makes ful������* one-third more bread  to the pound than any soft wheat  flour and is more dependable in every  respect. . p.*  ���������illvie Flow HMsCt., United.  BRITISH LABOR EXPERIMENT.  Official  Exchanges Assume Task   of  Finding Work For t'.n Idle.  An interesting experiment in prac- }  tical economics has been undertaken ;  in Grent Britain, namely the estab- i  Itshment of official employment bu- j  teaus in London and the other large'!  cities of Great Britain and Ireland, j  where employers of labor can find all :  the help they need, and wage earners I  of any class may register and make i  known their wants without the pay- I  ment of a fee. It is thus proposed |  by the Government to bring the em- j  ployers and the unemployed together j  on an official basis, and the arrange-1  merits are such that opportunities for'  employment in any part of the kin*?-1  doin may be communicated promptly j  to all of the exchanges, as the agencies are to be called, and posted in a |  prominent place for the information  of whomever it may concern.  The Government does hot' undertake to recommend or to give any information further than that which is  communicated by the persons directly interested, and will assume no  risk; but will simply act as a medium of communication. There is considerable curiosity as to how the  scheme will work and the labor unions generally are skeptical as to its  practicability. But the undertaking  is a benevolent one and should be  well supported.  Daily reports will be made from  each of the exchanges to headquarters and to each other, so that workmen who cannot find employment in  one locality will be advised as to the  outlook in other districts. In case  employment is offered by responsible people, railway tickets will be  furnished workmen of good character  to such places and the cost collected  from their second month's earnings.  It is proposed to erect buildings in I  convenient locations as permanent  homes for the exchanges. Special attention will be given to finding employment upon farms for boys whose  physical condition will permit them  to do manual labor, and those who  are physically, incapable of nianuai  labor will  be   certified to   hospitals  Appl7 Zam-Buk to all  wounds and sores and you  will be surprised Bow quickly  it stops the smarting ana  brings ease. It covers the  wound with a layer of protective balm, kills all poison  germs already in the wound, and  prevents others en'ering*. Its rich  fcealing herbal essences then.bu Id  vp from tbe bottom, fresh lb tue |  \ f rd in a wonderfully short time  the-wound is bested!  Zam Buk'i popularity ii based on mtrtt.  iDiiiBijouanevrrwotk cures. Be sure and  get the real thlnfr. "Zun-Buk" Is printed  on nery packet ot the genuine. Reiuae  all other., 60c all druggists and stern or  Zam- Buk Co., Toronto.  frMBUK  How to Appear Tall  Dull materials make you look smaller.    Shiny materials that reflect the  light make you taller.    For that reason choose satin wherever possible.  Never wear large ornaments.  Don't carry a big hook of a big bag  and sanitariums, where they can re-1 or a big poodle.  ceive proper treatment.   The general   superintendent of the system of ex- CURED HIS LAME BACK  changes will be W. H. Beverage,   a     ���������,   .������������������*,   . ,v-���������-        ���������       *,   ,ct-a  recognize   authority   on   labor   ques- ���������Tw.e8t F.ort W,lll,aft',,NoY;, 7' 1?������8,_  tions and author of Unemployment.       * ^ye been troubled with a Lame  The success of the enterprise will  ,Baek ������or  ,the ,Paf twentJ y������"s antd  pf the employers,   because   if   they  pm     win,>i,   r,rnvpfi   -not   *i1P  thina  ployed to make application.   Many cf I ?     y?"e,������ '  the labor unions are hostile to the *     nit IiacK-  plan, and others are inclined  to be  distrustful of an agency that can supply any number of laborers and mechanics at   any time   they   may   he  needed for any purpose.   They argue  that such an  agency   places in   the  hands of the Government an instru- 41(IWUA  ment "that will defeat any strike at | (pept,    jj,  short notice,    But the law establish-1 SUniple  ing. the exchanges expressly stipulates j'  that strike breakers shall not be fur  nished.  H.  HARKNESS.  Gin Pills act directly on the Kidneys, relieve the pain, neutralize Uric  i Acid, which is generally formed when  there is Kidney Trouble.  Try Gin Pills Yourself before buying the regular 50 cent boxes.   Write  National    Drug    &    Chemical    Co.,  U.),    Toronto,  for  free  A pure Fruit Jolly Powder���������lull the  Unfit pure Cslvel Foot Jell/ Sarsred  only by the pure fruit.  Pure Gold Jelly Powders  (Trsfs Mirk leflilirtd)  Offer you "Better Quality" oo the table���������lets work Is Uie Ulebsa,  Oar Booh of Heel pes Sent t'raa  Ut ��������������� tend yan our riluab'e little book "Tbe  I Deildoui I  bow  CANADA  -....���������. _ ..lUeiiem.'   .,-----  to mike any number ol dainty tleiiem and delicious Mlsdi Is my little time ind ilmott ne  trouble at ill,  Pure Gold Mfg. Co., Limited  Torobto  56a  ��������� aaslee en aosmst  lend ui 10c In itampi le pay peck.  Ini ind poitaie and let ui tend yes  icneroui umplei el our Vanilla  ���������nd Ismon luinctisnds imill ess  of Stklni powder. Mention yesr  |awn and dealer's u������mr ind addteea.  An Interesting Link.  One curious incident in tho siege  of Badajos may be related. The day  after the assault two Spanish ladies,  the younger a beautiful girl of fourteen, appealed for help to two officers of tho rifles, who were passing  through one of the streets of the  town. Their dresses wero torn, their  ears, trom which rings had been  roughly snatched, wero bleeding, and  to escape outrago or death they cast  themselves on tho protection of the  flrst British oflicors thoy met. Ono  of the officers was Capt. Harry Smith  of the riflos. Two years Inter he married tho girl ho had saved in a scene  Seeded raisins cut into pieces,  broken nut meats and a small part of  celery in thin bits makes up a delici.  ous salad.  ECZEMA IS CAUSED  BY IMPURE BLOOD  It is Banished by Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills Because They  Make Good Blood.  Ask any doctor and ho will toll you  that eczema is caused by impurities  ro wild. "Capt. Harry Smith, in aftor i in the blood; that nothing can cure  years served at the Cape as Sir Harry,  and this Spanish girl, as Lady Smith,  gave her name to the historic town  which Sir George Whito defended  with such stubborn valor.���������"Wellington's Mon."  Going Ona  Better,"  "Ma fnither's a soger," said a little Scotch lassie.  "An' ma fnither, too," said her  playmate.  "Ah, but ma fnither's n bravo mon.  He's been in war. nn' he's got n halo  gimp o metlnls, An' he's got. tli������ Victoria Cross. Tho King pinned it on  him wi' his ain  it thnt ilocs not reach tlio blood-  that outward applications aro worth-  less. That is the reason why Dr.  Williams' Pink Pilln have always  proved'bo successful���������they net on1 thu  blood and in acting on tlio blood  they banish tlibse eruptions and pirn,  iilcs, relieve tho initution and itching and give perfect health. They  hnvo cured thousands of cases where  poor hlood lins reunited in disease.  Among thoso they hnvo cured in Mrs,  .lames Wilkin*, Aylmor, Out., who  snys: "1 suffered a good deal with  eczema mul did not get anything to  help nu' until I took Dr. Williams'  I'ink Pills.   Thoso freed my hlood of  LIFE STORY LIKE A NOVEL  Convicted Man Tells of Historic Bat*  ties and Gallant Rescues.  Like a novel in epitome was a written statement handed in to a London  magistrate recently by a man, against  whom were three separated charge?  of stealing boots.  The writer of the autobiography  was Roger, alias Patrick Hayes, aged  thirty-three years, of Jllomfield road.  Bow. The boots stolen were the property of various boot dealers in the  East Knd of London.  Hayes at once pleaded guilty to all  three charges, "in order," he said,  "to save the time of the court." His  written statement, as read by the  magistrate, was as follows:  "I am an ex-P.C. of the Royal Iri>*h  Constabulary, and resigned from that  force to take part in the Jameson  Raid. I was sent buck from Cape  Colony with others when the leaders  were captured. On returning to London I joined the Scots Guards, awl  went through the Boer war, receiving  the Queen's and King's medals and  clasps for 'Diamond Hill,' 'Belfast,'  'Johannesburg,' 'Modder River,'  'Paardeberg,' and 'Doornkop.'"  The document went on to tell how  Hayes was promoted corporal on the  field of "Belfast."  ^ "For courageous conduct in the firing line, and later, at Jericho, in the  Eastern Transvaal, was the means of  saving twenty of my comrades, who  would have been either killed or captured. For this I received the thanks  and commendation of the general and  officers of the column. I was invalided from South Africa for heart disease and debility, occasioned by the  heavy marching and privations of the  campaign, and subsequently transferred to the Reserves."  Then came the tragedy o.f the story,  in which the writer said he could get  no work by reason of his invalidity,  and must now lose all hope of pension:  "In 1907 I was taken off the Reserves, and granted fifteenpence a day  for twelve months. That ceased in  July, 1909. The question of the renewal of the pension is under the  consideration of the War Office authorities now, and is getting support  from the general officer that commanded my division, but this disgrace will speedily terminate any  good that may accrue.  "I found that being invalided for  heart disease was the greatest burner  against my getting employment in the  -policer"ixistofflceT^r"^*Tiy^aiiw,By~cOTn~  pany, and on that account my work  has been temporary and casual, and  is the means ot my standing before  younow."  Hayes, it was said, had already  been bound over under the Probation  Act, both at the Sessions and in the  City, and the court missionary, and  the officers about the court, had helped him.  Ho was sentenced to three months  in the second division on account of  his health.  QUEEN OF ACTRESSES  PRAISES PE-RU-NA.  Mist  Julia "  Marlow*  "/ nm glad to write my emhrae-  ment of the great remedy, Peruna. J  do so most heartily."-Julia Marlowe,  Any remedy tbat benefits digestion  strengthens the nerves.  Tho nerve centers require nntrltlon.  1 f tho digestion is Impaired,'the nerva  confers become auvuifo, and nervoua  debility is tbo result.  Lost Forever  Bertie���������Dora has lost a good friend  in J uck.  Bertha���������Why. have they quarreled?  Bertie���������No; they're married! -**���������  Countless have been the cures  worked by Halloway's Corn Cure. It  has a power of its own not found in  other  preparations.  "And does your mamma always call  you 'Angel'," asked the lady who was  niaking the formal call. "Oh,, no,"  replied the sweet child; "only when  we've got comp'ny. I wish we had  comp'ny always. 'Cause I like  'angel' so much better than brat!' "  DR. MORSE'S  ���������"*  INDIAN    ROOT    PILLS  are made according to a formula  in use nearly a century ago among  the Indians, and learned from  them by Dr. Morse. Though repeated attempts have been made,  by physicians and chemists, it  has been found impossible to improve the formula or the pills.  Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are  a household remedy throughout  the world for Constipation and  all Kidney and Liver troubles.  They act promptly and effectively  -'-and-������������������������������������- < :���������  CLEANSE THE SYSTEM  Qood Enough  VV|f���������������I suppose It you ahouid moot  somo pretty young girl you would  ceitan to onreMor tne.  Hunhand���������What nonsense you talk!  What do I care for youth or beauty?  You suit mu oil right.  Don't attempt to wear a halo until  ������������n1,   ttt-t   ,'M.r   ,���������l,ylri*  Overworking the Meter  Mother ��������� Come.   Willltnn,   quick!  Minnie lm* trh'tl to kill herself by iu.  haling giiNi  Father��������� flood lion vena I Think what  thu gas hill will Ik' this mouth'.  A girl'** family tries fo run hoi* love  affair with a mnn and she succeeds  I>1   vnnnl.w,  I.I'   ������'llli  tier  ain hand!" breathlessly i,iU impurities mid gave, me'speedy n;-  iinnouiieod InMio No. 1. ,li,.f, \ ������������������,, t|iuivfore, iiutunilly very  "An nm fn thor'i brnvcrerl" cried |,.|it!uiHiuHtic in praise of theso pills/'  the other littlo ono. "He's been In I ,\ medicine tlmt enn mnkn rich, red  downs o wars, an ho'* got gauge; blood will mire iiniifinin, ihcuiiui.  nn gang* o medals nn Victoria-tisin, eczema, neuralgia, indigestion,  Crosses. An' ho a. got a bonnio wud- |u.|irt palpitation, the ills of girlhood  dott log, ait '-with a triumphant ���������,���������| ���������( womanhood antl a hunt of  shriok-'tlio king nailed it on wi'hi*'other troublos-iiiinplv boeinme these  ain hand."-Lonilon hxchnngo, I troubled arc the result of luul hlood-   ______ |tjlllt )��������� w||y i)u,y   ���������]w���������ys   rl|���������   the  How Those Lordi Love Each Other. | above troubles nnd bring the glow nf  i.,,l r Kna,inu���������,n ������������������������������������ ������������������������������������,���������,.,i���������,��������� i 1 health  to  pale cheeks.    Sold  by  nil  ri������l rw, ll no Xm.������nIn,S        >������"dioino <|?-flli>r* or direct hi Ml cents  tC   Hn  .e iTlld*M P \>- ���������������'������ ������"��������� ���������������* h"*>'* '������' ������-W������. fro"' Till.  ^ltflweft("|,...id.''wi.h!n^ Wllll-m.'Mediolne   Co.,   llrook.  earnest utt.-titiuti, not only on accuunt  of the Importance of the nubject, hut  also on account of  the   noble   lord'*  judicial attitude,   I admired hit do-  quene.-, ,but what impressed mo moi-t  ] was his impurtliillty,  A pause.  "Yen, until the lant minute, I did  OLD MUM  TON TOR TEX CENTS  Kvi-ry time ii gii) tiik'������t ii walk in  tin* woods she expects to meet ti fairy  prince who will curry her off in a  golden chariot.  A Pill for All1 Saaioni.���������Winter and  ������_, , ...    ,.     ,.,-*,        idumnier, in anv latitude, whether in  not know on which aide of the fence U,*,tm 7'n,���������, nr    \rutin   Vmtwr..������*im  <���������. ,������*u*i������.p Ma. willing oowii, , I>arr,|(.l,.,.'M  Vegetable    I'ills    oim   he  ���������.,     .    ' ,      _ ,.||.;|.( n.i. .< upon in .io tll'-it   .������nii������.     Ihe.  The Wonderful Scott. (ily.-j.rptic will find them a frinid nl-  Volutin* and quality both consider-1 ways and should curry them with him  ed, bit Waller Hindi wai probably Uio  HVeiywIiere.   Tiny are made to with-  iuui.t wonderful   writer ever   known1, ��������� "land any climate and are wuriuiit.-d  Morn thnn  lO.flOO.OOO volumes of hi*   to ki-oii their frc'dni"** nnd vtrrimHi.  i  ill   IllUliy   pill-  linw  mi  the  and th������> demand i* by no mean* ex.   pn������>.<".������ei  hnueted.   Within live year* aft������*r thi ' innrk.'t.  fame of "Wnvcrley" had gone abron.l  ho waa read by all Europe ami Am-  "Oli,    well,    beauty    pn*  you  erica, ami the annual profit* of in*   know."   .  novela amounted to more than IG0,.     "Y������*������*, a pity you didti  000. !its ������ny, lun't it?"  t "t"i> it on  I A Woman'* Bank.  t novel .l.-prirftire in flriti.di Lai.!,  ing will be inaugurated *horth* with  ! tho optning of a woman's bank, offl.  <vre>f and conduct**! ruelumvely t.y  woman and catering only to women  . cuatonwr*. The only man perronn* I  on tho ptemiae* will lm m������, mm******-  gat, and on* of hia function* will t*  , lu keep Ul������i������   Men away.    Nu limn  I may tw a d#po#i!or nr transact bw������i  Mia with tlm new inetitutiuu.  j       Vaur DruggM Will Tell You  ���������Murine I'*1,: jf-ni' ly r- ���������!;��������� * ������������������ *���������''>  Kyen,      fsirciigtbcriN      Wwii,      I've*,  |IW������n*t Smart, Hotith"* Kv.* Pain,  and till* for MV       Tty Mntiit<* In  jYonr  Kyen  nnd  in  ttnby'*  Kv������**������ for  ; Scaly KyelhU and tiranulatioii,      1  )    To eoftcn the old p������iirit bnctu* you  .tt*������H**t year put them in n ���������nt* td  jenal oil.   Whrn soft   th*y   can   he  wttiuVil in warm nnd*.  Artistic Enthusiasm.  An amusing letter of apology, in  broken Kuglish, was left in the Roman villa at Hrading, near Sandown,  Isle of Wight, a place of great interest  to antiquaries, when it was broken into on Kastor Sunday. The offence was  appnrontly committed by a visitor  from Holland, as explained in the  following note:���������  '.'I wanted to see and appreciato  that famous Roman art, 1 was so unfortunate to come here from Holland  on Sunday. You refused me to ontor  on account of it being Sunday. I did  everything 1 could to convince you  in vain. ,  "Nothing was left to mo than to seo  it in a manner which is not tho regular ono, I climbed ou the roof, but  could not soo through thu windows,  8o thon I broke tho window. 1 givo  tho sixpence (prico of admission) to  a poor of the islo,���������Kxcuso mo.  "Horlane."  Tho authorities aro searching for  tho offender nnd also for tho person  who received the sixpence,  Modern Heartlesinesi,  It   lias    remained    for   Kngland,  through the operation of hor old ago  pension law, to afford the world per-  naps the most utriking example of tlw  heurtli-'iiiiiit'i.* o| the piosent age. Thin  law provides thnt those entitled to its  bonoflt. ciiuiiot raciiivo the aid offered  ao long iih I Inn* are inmates of alms-  houses,    In   tlio   search   tor   liami'H  which is being curried forward by the  unfortunate, woilld-bt* receiver* of old  ago pennons thero has como n mul-  ili'fiing   revolution   of   the   auppoaoil  stroiiKtli of  family  fooling.    Out ol  MM old 1111*11 anil women entitled   to  leave a ceitnin workhouse on old atto  pensions only !I7 wore mire that thoy  would lm welcomed by relative*.   A������  a mutter nf fait,   it   wits   oventunllv  found thnt only nine of thin uumhor  really hud home, to which thoy could  ������o. ______  "A Mlchlevoui Imp."  Homo intoronting recollection* of Sir  RuftlK Isnni's. the new SnlirltoMion-  oral, nre uiveii iu The Jewish World  by ono who was at school with linn.  Iln wa������, it kooiiis, the xery worst of  boy*  from  the schoolmaster's  point  ,,t ,-i, i,.--, *.., ��������� i... ir������'  ... i .....I  cliiss-work  ho  ���������lurked, nnd  mischief  *.V������ lun OKI) .i'.wu.ilt, .Sur Wu������ lw  inlfi'liii'Voiji- i-iil*. in liim.M')f -b,������ delighted in inspiring otheis in his  'wicked ways, iiiilee.i, my recollou-  tion ol the Aulii'itin.tii'iii'iul in always  iissooiiiti'il  with  a  dc monition)  .voting        ��������� . i * - ������������������-������������������> - .��������� - -������������������  who was iiiwiiy- in <iimtrat.*o or Ih'Iiik  caned, and <r-\ withal was ever merry  ami doliciounly liiiiiinroii*,"  Heir   li  Misting.  A romantic *u.ry umlorlie* th������������ will  of the lute Aid Hi* Itnrralt, of Mirrn-  Uiglinfii, Tin* dm lm provided for hi*  eon AIfr*'l t.. receive tlie incomo from  44U,UU),  I.'ii  ...'>.-  ,    ,4 ,,tu,lM, ||,  u...  will that at Hie end of a jwrmd of  two year* if the U'l-.'liriiiry doe* not  appear hi* deMl. >t.������U U- ftre������iji������������<i  anil the money etutli revert to the  ���������atato. It i* half a century alneo  AUrtA t\nn**.t ��������������������������� t%n *mrn in llirm-  Ingham. 1!������ ������aa lond of sport and  spent many year* warning abont tho  worW. but th#rt ia no information that  ha auer relurntd vo hi* naliva land.  OelalMrTltk. IMS.  " I ken iiHd ynttr S*mrtn Cut* ou * Sprues  TwiJili villi i'imJ tMHlti ,.iJ I wt lM������mm������ml M  forCoturtnaSiddltUdli." 1. II. UuUU.  Kendall's  Spavin Care  ll ft kluitnc tu dinmri *n4 rtotkaMS. In tlw fut  40 ������������������*-*, Kmil������ll'i 8|������,ln Cun bu llurellj turn*  ���������UHLmu of dollars (or baiw mum,  It !��������� Um wi������ r������ii*ly tut nn limit* X* 4******  upon to >bwluUlr tun HtmOrt, BI*|Ihm, OmS,  Splint, ������������,IIU.ti ftiHl UiMwu.  ),j,, hlUUn, kmi ot tunu tk* k*lr *MW,  Ai I*** ttit mul u tnr twit,  Kwt> Ksndkll'* ftlwifihwdf. II. sTmIU������-  ( for *' Wb������n im trif (I To"' *m)tfi, si* **ff  OT our kwk "A Tr������UM 0* XI* Uhu"-H'< ft������.  -*r writ* ui '      *T  aa.a.i.atnaku.ca., ummtg r*us,vi  VETERAN SCRIP  FARM LOANS  Wo will accept a first mort-  riibo on improved farm land and  soil *j-ou Votorim Scrip in thle  way nt rotrulnr ensh price,  Writo to-dny for loan application  YOUR OPPORTUNITY 18 NOW  Canada Loan & Realty Co., Ud.  Winnipeg.  1  Meant  Perffcot  Results  DY-0 LA  Ynu il������n'l r������fn lu������������ In kiww wim kln4 nl rhMh  inttt ������oihI, irr miJ������ nl. NAM!, tt,, tn, AU..  MM.In-. ,rr I'.llfl-.MIII f. )������������������) .mt II....11I11I  Coliw. II f������nu. I Innl llll In try 11 s,m|.l������r:irt  ���������ndllwiklrlM*'.  I"t.������ Jiiliii>(inlt..li,ril,nn t*n , llmllnl, Mnntrvsi.  iillth,  bWULUN  ULA������i)b  ^.i mtt. tj,,i.,ti itm;  mi, but Tktii Wlsl, 01  <*������e������*i������������s.   ������������s   k*  ts.  I sisfs4trrttk  ^gSORBINf  nrtnf n.)fi,*a or H������>lllti|  M������ MUif-r, nn hnlr  *um*. .... 1. .��������� , ,., ������  ��������� oi������..lliii> r������r >>iii������, J������  Ah������on������i'.vi!,i7*,>,  lAKsoniiii.v..lK���������������Tr,, - -������.  n������������llt.4. II.to, 4������ltTml, R������4sss* ������������������His. Til^.  ml *****-,** titi. ti l it   tMW������n������r  Thit It thn  Time tn  --- - Orgnniaa  Iriitrtimenli, Dtmmt, mm* Atmtit, Cte.  CVCRY TOWN CAN HAVE A IAN J  UwiMt pit-** *i*r uuotwj. KtasrsUlogtia,  tmter ������* filu*tniUnn<, malted tree, Wrtiitis  tee ami I hint In Um* t mt Mr Oral tastiNrM**,  WHAUCY, ROYCC ft CO., Umltai  Turgitto, Out., and tVluul.c^, Usm.  Brass Band  W. N. U., No. TM, n  *.'������������?& V  THE NEWS, euMB^MAm  *5^������SsS  BKITISH  ***********m  COLUMBIA.  Tie OufflWand Hews  issued  Every   Tuesdav  by  the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  This pxper will not hold itself  rws]v>ns������hle for tlie opinions of oth-  *r������, us may appear in its oolumns  trom time to time.  TUESDAY, JUNE  28,   1010,  .STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS  AND EXPENDITURE  of moneys collected on behalf of  the Widow of D. Fletcher,  Courtenay.  Mrs Dingwall  Mrs Willemar  Mrs R Dnncan  Rev T Meniies  John Grieve  Mrs Shopland  James Parkin  S B "Ward  M B Ball  Mrs Win Parkin  Mrs H McQuillan  Miss A Machin  W McKeea  R Manic  Mrs J Piercy  h Dunham  L HRknrtn  T J Barron  Creech Bros  ^ CaRxnm  '/E'.'H .Davis  C A Martin  "Jo-bo Day ,.  W"iu DtrncaJii  ^J_Mcg^ka__  ^Woods  ������������������J*j r-t G Grieve  B*s Carwithafc  ,S J''Piercy  Friend  J J'lacfclJmrtt  Isaac Parkin  Hurry Piercy  Hrs M Piercy  j Mnrphy  J R Johnston  Miss Campbell  John McKeuxie  Geo Leighton  A Salmond  B Crawford   -  I Davis  Mrs S Cliffe  ������ Duncan  Miss B Smith  Mis������ O Dnncan  Frank Childs  Mts Turnbull  Miss H&rmstou  K Grieve  R McDonald  Miss Hornby  G Robinson  Wl Rees  Miss R Milligan  i)M Smollie  Carter ** Sou  Mr. Cnrroli  Th Smith  James McKcnxlc  William Swan  T Cairns  O Duvis  W Robb  ChuH Matheson  ChctiKiiiitis Camp,  tt Surgenor  S il Cliffe  J McNeil  I. Berkeley  1 Oowie  W Frown  J.������e Zinfo  S M I������evs is  V ������T William*  (r K licntsoii  V Oolafiwu  Colin Grant  W C Roblttion  J AlberUm  R Mil tin  5 00  1 50  5 00  5 00  a 00  1 00  2 00  a 00  2 00  1 00  00  00  00  00  50  00  00  00  2 00  3 ?9  5 P������  2 00  5 00  2 50  2 00  1 00  5 00  5 ������������  a 00  4 00  5 00  1 25  1 00  1 00  2 50  W Hodgson  H McCormack  D W McDonald  H R Dunbar  T Pendefgast  J Jones  ���������W Hoi wan  E Brown  Alex McDonald  Allan McDonald  C Connolly  P O Colin  Chas Stocking  A Jenkins  L Rolar  Chas Shipton  John Lahti  V Ericson  E Lewis j  H Kilbieath  Friend  II Jarvis  E Nash  E Balsdon  W Piercy  Tom Cob  Tom Murphy  J Derfler  C Burnett  Wm Cooper  Wm Comstock  A Duncan  A Vernon  N Outhbertson  P Longchamp  F Gerard  F Drapeau  F Dugas  G McLean  A Hogg  D Thomas  Harry Duff  Dick Downs  W Buchanan  DJEveau __  X  1  1  1  1  1  x  X  ������  I  I  I  I  X  X  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  25  00  5������  00  5"  50  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  50  5������  5������  00  5������  00  00  00  50  CO  <**  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  Garden, Field  and Flower  Seeds  Now orop now arriving from our growers in England,France  Holland, Canada and the United States. AU tested as to vital,  ity and purity on arrival. The best is good onovjgh for our customers. Catalogue free. Business will Le continued at our old  stand until May. After that in caw location, which will be an.  nounced latpr.       Addrese  M. J. HENRY, 3010 Wesminster Rd. Vancouver  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  So  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  00  50  00  00  00  H Goodwin  A McGnigan  Alex Ross  R Martin  G Brown  John Droskie  J Hawthorne  A Dahl  John Dixon  R Mallan  J McDougal  J W Me.cv.etuie  Harry Hurford  F N Faber  Unknown names  5  2  1  a  x  2  X  a  a  x  1  a  a  x  x  S  S 00  1 po  5 00  3 ������o  , 5������  5������  50  1 00  1 00  1 00  $ 00  5 00  2 50  3 00  2 00  1 00  x 00  1 00  2 00  $75 75  Total 264 00  EXPENDITURE.  Paid mortgage on house  June aist 8x31 00  Bought from McPhee &  Morrison, flour, sugar  tea, soap and coal oil  value  Cash handed to Mrs. Fletcher  Balance deposited in the  bank not to be touched  for six months  14 20  8 80  1X0 On  Total  564 00  M6 75  No. 8.  2  5"  00  00  2  a  3  2  2  a 50  t 00  3 00  a 00  a 00  x 00  a 00  a 00  a 00  IU DU  Thanking, in the name of Mrs  Fletcher, all who have so kindly  contributed,  (Sign*d) Anna Duncan  Saudwick, June 27th, 19x0.  Form No. 11  LAND ACT.  * 41 501  Fraser Mills U>n������iti������ Camp    j  }������m������*<* Mi'Gtiigau 3 00 j  H Graham a uo  M King 1 00  A IS ml 1 00  Form of Notico.  Now Westminster Lund   District.  District of Coinov  TAKE notice tlmt Fanny Fran  501/.en uceup'uioii, iiuti.iinj  .^.....u.,  50 intwinin to apply tnr jwi uii*.������iui, (u  lcaco thc fullmvinjj described land;  C'omniuwitigiit h pout planted  ut the North East corner of L"t  W15 N. W.  J). thonce  hunt ou  ol mi tin.  tlit'iicu North 80 clminc,  thencu Went  80  chains,   thence  South 80 chains to point of commencement, containing 040 ner**  mote or U>*.  FA.VNY FHAN/.F.N,  ApJllil'WM.  I    ,-*li . Fianx-'U, Agtiit.  Datr-M ,.;.,  :(ii|i, IU10.  PUR HUNT Fm-wnlml ���������*,,���������������������������.,���������������������������.  Apply Mih, J, \,, Roe, H'wpir.il  Striut.  for the  NEW  ONLY  a Year.  .  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  Tbe great Uterine Tonle, and  only eate effectual Monthly  Regulator on whioh women oon  depend. Boldta tlireo daBreea  of strength-No. J. W; No. &  10 degrees stronger, ������s; No. St  ftn* spwM.0Mf������,J6jjer w������j  Sold by oil drugeuta, or m-A  mepald on rooelpt ot Wlgft  ,. Keopampblat. AOdrowj TBI  Cfi*������llnnOllt8CO,.ToMHTO,OHT.   Wood's Pkosp&odiae,,  The Oreat English Remedy.  Xonas and invlgorateitho wholo  nervous ������y������tem, makcu new  ��������� *   - -      - V0I118. OiM  C.H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES^  And all KITCHEN    UTENSILS *  Sportsmens Goods  out Debility, Mental and Bruin Worry, itcs  pottumiwy, Sexual Weakness, Kmissiena, Spcr-  ���������maturrhuta, and Effect) ofAbustot* Excesses.  "  Onewillpleaao.t.s  ' '  or mailed in    _!*w jMttrult*  MlMlloln^Oo.  Toronto, Out.  i/Smtrli-Windsor)  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 particularsapply to���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G. Ll. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox/B, C,  Under New  Management.  B'  Seeds  OP EVERY KIND, in any  quantity, by the package or  by the pound.  Ornamental Shrubs  Fruit Trees  Grown_ to suit  climate,  the B. C,  Catalogue  Free by Mail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Ltd.  7E6 Granville 8rreet  P. 0.   Box  1063  VANCOUVER, B.O.  First-Class   Board by  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  ������ CU  CUMBERLAND, B  o  J  LAND ACT.  Furm of Notioe.  Ituporc, Vnnonuvor Iulnud Lincl District.  District ofKiipett, emt ot Rmall hike  nb ut.if of a mile north of Gooi-tfio Lake.  TAKK NOTIOE that I, Matilda LouUe  (vropley, if Vanoouvor, oooupatioa married  woman, intends to apply for p rmlssion to  purohaae following denoribed lands:  Commenuin.' at 11 post planted threo  raUej norih of S,vy. oornor of township 81  tbenoa end, 10 olmitiHj thenoe Houth <I0  ohains, ornstini; tmall riverj tbonoe wist  10 ohaini; thenoe north 40 ohains to point  of commencement, beia������ about 160 nores.  AU'UD K, OROPJ.EY, ������razier,  Vaucouvur.  Applioant for that Und on tlie ouutorii  nlioreaof Guornio Lako, Rupert DUtriot  Datud June 1st, 1010,  Form No. 0.  UND AOT.  Form nf Not'co,  Viino' uver Iuluud Luiul Dl4riut.  District of Unpen, on iho eastern ������h ros  nf Gwirtfib Lultf.  TAKK NUTIOK thnir, Mnt Ida Lmite  Croploy, if Vimooiwer, niioiipiitioti nn.r  P.  JXealet_jn_  ALL KINDS OF  I Fruit, Candy Cigars  : I Cigarettes & Tobacco-  o  o  it  1*  i>  9  , Bonora Block,  CUMBERLAND, B.O.  y  it-  it  1*  it  temeAme*  Not only is it a uice; mild  smoke, but the "Grand Duke'*  Cigar has all those *necessaty  qualities which give so.-, much  satisfaction to the ssjnoker.  Advertisnt'6 will coiil'er 11 favor  hy bringing in ���������heiriuU, not'later*,  than Monday, as this will eimhlo  the printers, to insort it in tli������  next issue on the following Tue&  day.  Satisfaction ��������� Buy a "Grand  Dnke" alul have satisfaction. Union made, hand mndo.* ana made  from clear Havana Filler,  FOR SALE-A Ford Run.  about' Automobile, 15-18 llurne-  powei* 4 cylindor, all Newly painted, new tyors, and everything com-  ploted:-prica 8700.00, Apply to  J, R. Johnston, Courtenay Hotel.  FOR HALE���������A  tivo   roomed  house on half lot. For further pnr-  r������ d waiIwd, Intend* to apply for pormis. tioulai's apply at this olHco.  FOK8ALE���������2hoMwon Win-  (lontiero Avenue and 2 Iioiihcs nn  Third Street.   R, Grant & Co,  cion topurohw tlw folkwiiig ������lo onbod  laud. Ooramemilnff at ������ post plm.tod oue  iiiili> north of tlie IJ.VV, oornor of township  81 tlienuo o������Ht iti uiiKniHi ihenne north 40  ohilimi thenuu woHiiiHfir hh tht waters'  0 Itfo of miid Uki*; IIhuko fo)l.������wiiiK tlie  Mliorw uud liike in ������ son tti win t direction  to point duo north nf paint nf oommouoe.  innnt; thonon aouth to point of ooramonoo  inolit, lOitttl'iluK nbout lQOuorcH,  WINU'KBU ALMA UllOPU-SY.  spinster, Vanoouver,  iXtJ'niotui, lot liiitt land e.m ui .>���������,*',', !���������,!������,,  ���������i.-*j-.i 3*1 vt u luik' jjoith of Gcor^ii' T.nUr.  Ubtod June iMt, 1010.   Form No. tt.  LAND ACT.  F������li������ or No/������(,'K,  (Viwt Und Distr ct,  Dlstriut of No* Wo'tnilnstor.  Takk Notick that IiUThuKo, of l.uud,  U,U,,������ooiip/ition mnrried woiotn, i������tt������n(l������  '0imply for perrai Miu to purolumu tli-  [ill .ivif'Kdnsoriliuil Iniidi*;���������OhimiH'i.ihiijj  ������ n im* . pmntwl nt Hie eist oorn*������r nf ||  H. M , 1114, ilii'tioo ooutti HuchninH, thx|ii*������i  1'iwt H ��������� oluins, theeoa mirth UO oli tins,  iVin o������ *n t. Ml clnii a t������ th*- j Jin-* of li������������.  irmi.njt.      IMA THUUX,  Kuw.uiii Hkhki.-jmii, AihmiI.  lM������il M.11.lt^ d  IMItl.  HlTKMWfttB FOR T������K NBW������  ONLY UMi uOLLAU A VEAR  FOR  SALE-Smith   Premier  Typewritet in  gwod order,   C<������Kt  126.00 will sell for $50,00.  A p.  ply at this oflice,  III .       ���������       Hii ' II  Nm      "'I        lli  *  ll  Form No. 0.  Li.ii'iJ ACT.  JVi:u i'i' Korii'v,  Culi������t Lni:d Dintiiot,  DUtriot of Now Wustmlnstor  Takk Norton  thst Mnry Thnlin, of  Lund, B.C. nomipntiini nurrlod woman,  i*Ui.J������ is, ������l������i.!i ." '**  ^7*rB!?-if"n   to  rmr.  uh������w tbe following de*orlbed lunil.:-  Ui mmtbciaf st n |KMt planted lulf odle  eisti f the North Kiwt eo mi nf olnim ap*  plied for hy Mh Timlin, thonoe S inn 80  cliniim theuuu 15a������t HU ohdns tbenoo North  CIO olii.lm thai iw West 80 01.11 ius to pUoa  ���������if bftfiuulntr.  fciAHV THULIN, AppHwnt.  K lw.nl Bet glim J, Ag������������ut.  Out. d Msrth Wud 1010.  ������Mri, H. J Tlcohiihl, jt������vi" thin  wk'k for To oiho, Ont. Uuwinp tv  ������i*iv������'d * iu mr.itn, Bfuflii}? Dim ht-r  ������r������nd dnntilner mar wholly .11  ���������nd Mott**pt*cied lurwwvw. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  -For $1.00 a Year  The Oliver Type-  Ja-riter for IT Cents  a day!  Please read the headline over again. Then  i tremendous aignifioauoo will ddwo upon  ou.  [An   Oliver Typewriter���������the   standard  Jsible writer-the moit highly perfected  pewriter on the market-you re for 17 cents  day!  The typewriter whose conquest of the  .immereisl world is a tnttter of Inibineas  } jtstory-your** for 17 cents (i day!  The typewriter that is eqnioped with  or* of such conveniences as "The Balance  iift"-"The Ruling Devioe"-Th������j Double  please"-''The   LooorooMve   Base"-,4The  atoiuaiie Spacer"-The Autnmatio Tabu-  ,tor"."l'he Disappearing Indicator,,-.,,The  Adjustable Paper Fin  gers"-"The Seieutitic  Goiidetibed       Keyboard���������all.  Your* For 17  Cents a Day t  Wo anoounoed this  bw itdnn plan recently, just to feel, the  [ulsd of the people.   Simpiy a small cash  aymenl-tUen 17 cents a day.   That i  [ie plan in a nutshell.  The ronx'-t has been tuch a deluee of  plications for machines that we are sim-  y-astounded,  he demand comes from people of all  assKS, sll *ges, all oc:up*tions.  j'he uinjority of ii;qu ries haa come from  ople of knowing fiuuucial standing who  ere attracted by the novelty of the prop  itioo.   An impressive demonstration of  !ji imi.6Qse pypuiaiifcy of tbo Olivor Type  friter.  atirtltiig confirmation of our belkLthat.  BEER    BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UNION BREWERY BEER  Drink   U   B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B.C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITH.  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  |   FAIRFIELD  I  = STORE :  J. JACK,   Prop.  ���������tt) i  A Fine Assortment of    %  the Choicest Candies,      ������  Fruits and Tobacco  Vancouver Ice Cream,  ��������� Dunsmuir Ave  Cumbt rlund &  fie Kra of Universal Typewriting is at  ���������*f-- -  A Quarter of a Mill-  on People are Mak-  g MONEY with  tin-.  Walworth-Rolsto^  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B������ C.  FOP, SALE A 'thoroughbred  Jersey bull for sale. Apply to D.  Hoy.  NOTICE  OLIVER  Typewriter  fTlIK STANDARD VISIBLK WIUTBR  f The Oliver Typewriter in a inouey- ra aker  fit from the wurd "go," So easy to run  Jat begin >orn soo* get la 'he "expert'*  Kiiru ao y >u l������um.   Lut the uia-  fliuepiy the 17eeuU a day-uud all above  Jut������ yours.  \\Vluiever yoiiare, thereVwork to bo  no aad momy tobo tuu'tj hy u-ieit.fr ihe  iw. Tbe famines* *'orld u adhig h-t  ir r opuratoiM. Ther rare not enough to  | p|ily the demand. Tneir diaries uie con-  tarxhly tiiiovo those of many alaww of  rkors.  ji Oliver Typewri-  ,v in every home!'  I'iiot is our battle ary todny, We have  do theO'lver nnpr<*rae iu usefulness and  lately indUpeusnble in Im.ineiH, New  e* tbe conquest of the home,  hu simplicity audstreugtkuf tho 0 Iver  \t for family use, It i< beooniuK ah  portant 'eotor io tho home trmnii g ot  \nag p-oplc Au ednoatur as well .* n  ���������mny maker,  new selling pi in pit's the Oliver  tbe thronliold of every home lu Aaier-  Will you Close the door nf your  ne or olBse un this ronurlub e Oliver  Jiortuiilty.  rite f..r turtlitr iletalls of our easy  taminfee copy of the nsw Oliver  Iim.     Address  The Oliver Type-  riter Company*  fhe Oliver Typowrltor Building,  Ohicsgo, llll., U.S.A.  pumberland Livery  land feed Stable.  JOHN    BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  ���������'RIGS : OF.*: ALL  KINDS  .....  wooa  I and Coal  \\ Hauled  mm  m   e      ^���������������������������*mmmmMWmmmm******mmm*  ��������� ���������  ��������� ��������� Dunsmuir Avenue  -CUMBERLAND,   B. C.  **, ���������*',.  You can now obi*/  lTrntJ"NWr"fo7~7oT"$l  Lee ue fend it to you.  advunce.  '33   (JutliuUl  .00 a year.  Payable in  Old papers for sale nt the Ne������r>  Office.  Every Monday and Tuesday I  ���������will-be-in~town^fo^elt^-*Ffeslr  Butter and all kinds of Vegetable?  md     also       potatoes; wil]  ell cheap.  Ciiiu Ykuk, '  Sandwick.  Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send yoi  free a cake of their famous IManto  toilet soap, if you mention this paper  E. 0. Emde Pipe fitting anti  General repairing.  Form No. 0.  LAND AOT.  FOKU OK NOTIOK.  Ooast Und Diatrlot,  Dist iot of Nsw Westminster.  \KK NOTICK tlmt Olof Hol.t, of  X   )l ft     w.i>..j<t|Hi.n   ������r,nf.'.n^(   f������|n������.J..  ply f r permis'iou to purchae die  wl'itf derarlheil lauds: -Oommeicinu  potpLnleJ u% theuorthentoornor  snd applied tor hy Ma Timlin, thence  th 80 o-iiiiriS, thei.oo east 80 clnm.*,  ���������jeaoathSO olialia, tluncs we������t m  na to the plaee ot b 'ninniutf,  OLOF W.l*X.  Unwiuu llEii.JLUjri), Ag nt.  eted Sturoh ?Jn.l, 1010.  I  *  ���������a  M  JBSntlBE FOB THK NBU'H  LY ONE DOLLAR A VKAIt.  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience (orguuntf.  TheOanti������l ReVI for Rportamen  None but the Ueit nl WmcsMnd l.'i<uor>  it thi Par.  RATES RRASON'XBI.K  STENDEKS nddressed to the  livi". d, mid (indorsed "Ton-  der tor Steel Dredge for British Colum-  bia," will bo reeeivKil at this ollice until  4.00 P. M., on Wedntsd-y, July 20ih,  I 10, for tlieooustruotij.il oto steel J5o������-  Well Twin Screw Jliir^e Loudui^ Di'edgo.  Tl mv, specification and f������rui of contract onu be Keen and forms of tender obtained lit this Uepaitment, at tlio iIHcoh  cf J. L Miohtiuil, K^q,, Dlstiiot Ungln er,  Mruhants Unik DuildiiiK, tit,, James  8trv>it, Montnnl j J G. Hii g, Ksq , Dl.t-  rict Engineer, Cnfuh rution Llfo Build-  intf, Tdiouto, Out., aid O. A, Kee'cr,  Esq,, District Engimer, New Wes'rales,  ter, B, C.  l'er-oiia temlorli g me not Mod that tmi  ilcis will not to u imMenl uni. si mnde  on <he pinto I fo m< supplicil, mul bikini)  with their uutiiil suna ui'ts, k utin,  their nu npat'oiM ami plnoos of res deuce,  In the o bd of il in , tlio no um nigu turu,  tho i < Mire i f thn iiiiunpti'i'i mid pi wh of  ri-nhlu os nf entli im in bur of the film mu t  be i Wi ii.  'I'KXItXRItlJt MM H'RCUY TIMK OK WH.IV-  I'.uv ov iiiiKiiiiK ,vr Vanltmjvkh, B. C, rilKK  III .11.1, ItlHKH .INIU'lUlliiKH,  K'inli letidor iniiot he woompnni������*d liy  mi uci't������|i|'il ulnijiim oi ain.trteiel I link,  pi.yai'le tn the oalor. f Hi- Kuiiiiurnlile  the Mmis'cr of Public Wnr t>, t r twaity  tlvt* ti oii.nnd dxllsrs t"3'J5,tHKi.i)0), w hlclt  w ll h������ torfeiiod If the |m>"������uh t udomiK  deoliim to enter iuto h n n'rnct whon  otllmi iipmi tn do ao, nr full to emrjiMip  thn wnrk cmitraotpilfnr, Jf thn iHinler  h������ not ������ci*fpU(J the ditt-ite w.ll be roturn  io inn-jit vVi' l.>*fit nr ;u ;��������� tili.l. i.  Uy order,  N.\rOl.Kt������N 1KAS1KH.  tn*r. t������ry.  Depart meut of i'ub Ic \V. rl a,  O t���������.���������������������������*>   x*.    *>i   ini..  Ni*������st������p������r������ wi I u .k k< pti<i for thin  atherti.e ..������*<it if iln; m ort it tv ti.out ������u-  cboruy finm thi* Deputuiui t.  Always the sunie. nrad .just an  ^ood aa ever. The "Grand Duke"  -ig������r.  An Acl in. the  News  )ays;    Try it.  New, shop soiled, six  H P. Rover, single cyl  iuder,   two   passenger  Automobile  Equipped with two side lamps,  tail lamp and tools,  regular  price ������950.    Price, if taken  at once, $500  Also several other second-hand  cars at bargain prices.  Thos. PLIMLEY  iiioGoy,t Street, Victoria, B.C.  Opposite Spencers  A cup ofL  tonic in a.v  valuable In  A little ta  and Stews gi eati y     j.  their food vah-e. Try it when  warming Canaed Meat:.  BOV  IF    VOU    WANT    GOOD  PRINTING *GO    TO    THE  NEWS. FIRST-CLASS WORK  Singer Sewing Machines for  sale on easy terms at the NEWS  OFFICE. '  E. C. Emde, dealer in stoves  and ranges; also plumbing and  pipe fitting and general repairing. Local Agent for the Oliver  Typewriter.  NOTIOE.  Riding on locomotives and   rail  way cars of  the   Union   Oolliery  Company by any person   or  per-  3one���������-except tain crew���������i-i strictly  prohiuU������d.    Employees  nre sub-  iec to c'i8missal for allowing earn  By order  ' Francis 0   Lim *  NOTICE;.TO THE PUBLIC  Hiving lm It a largo wmehouseand mih  nt Conrienay, 1 will in fiuure ltoep on  hnnd ������ stoc's of ������ll kiuds of Hay, Groin,  mid Feed Hf lowest ronrket lutes. A  specialty will ht made of roller orushed  fe������d f..r imrsHS whici will make a s.viug  of imu third in tin* 00 t of f<ed. Onlom  given tlie tenxuatcr orly phone will be  pi nuiptly tilled. Thnnkinj? you for $ onr  p>tr niue in the post nnd sniiciiini; a cnti  tiniiRnoeof the sunie on hioadu* lines,I  beg to 1 email  Yours to command,  '   byron cmwford:  rM^MnwrwtMfc  UNION S.S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Week-eud sorvico, betvi't'^  *.'.mc. uvor,  Nnnsimo, Union, <*'oru'.:-: hy   tbo  stetd CJjdo built tv- in ,-..���������* ������������������������*-;     ���������  snemntr "CO\V'i,{JeLI>"'   :,  Saiiiii/,' a.-*, ������������������v.de.r ������������������-  Leaves Vayp.ouvor, Satuni^y S i. ���������:;:  Arrives Nnnivmo,  finr.t f m-.- AA <..-���������,:   ..  Arrives Oniou, Svmd.iy li'ii in  Arrives Comox,  Sunday 8 x ul  Roiuiiiinn:���������  Lonvts Comox. ^ uud ay 4 p tr.  ''      Leaves Un'o.. tiunJay D p qi  Arrives Naauimo, ciunday 11 p mi  Arrives Vancouver Mouday 7 a ru  Stage leavei Union for Cumberjnn'3 f v-  erj* Sunday mori>iiiK on i.rr.v.-i! ..:' ��������� (J0'*.V-  IOHAN;" aud leaves O.n.UThn.d JJotei  at 1  pm,  connecting'  .villi t-.i,ii.;ei'  Usion,  La*3t Friday H.ftert'.<������.ni. On..-*-"  land Hall presented a bripn .���������.<"'.  animated appeamnee wlion the  I/idies' Guild of Floly 'Iriniry  church, held tluii* strawberry and  im crea'iii.festival, whieu proven! :*.  and  iin;inci-  (jreat success socinll  ally. The iaili*^ arc iu im* 0 'i;-  jrratulated on the rii?.;ilt of \h,A ��������� .-[  fdi'li*, having netted a i.*i*-<i \l: ���������*  stun for theircliurflj. I:: (!���������.������������������  evening a bachelors' daucn '<**i.-  lield, which was liiryeiy iittVinltv!.  The people of Comox Viilk-y mv  to.be commoiidi'd on t'ie li'upril'i;,  sbr.wn in connection wit'i tl.. r.'.'-ni  raised for the benefit of the wbiuw  and orphans of tlie lute Danio)  Fiwtcher. No better use enn m-ni-  ny bo put*, to. iiuui ajefistiiiij; tho  widow and orphan.  John Johntton.    Prop  TKXDKUS  TKM)kl(Swilil U-rHH-ivml up  tip t<i Tin mnt\\, .hint* *.iUi,  ior tlu*  Ifwintiitu nf ilif tJ, A: V,   l|,.^.itu|  For furtb r jmrtiiiilur* npply to  l'\ Datliy. .Si'relarv,  1 in* Jic.vi'-: or mtv   lin Ut,   t������.f  Ut*cv������������itiil������ ;u*������������pii.|.  ti ����� -n*-m*imUSSi��^.,v.  ..    '.-
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THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
PRESIDENT
SUSPENDERS
e**m
Stooping���reaching���lifting���in work or play.
The famous ".sliding cords" respond instantly.
Moro "FRKSIDUNT" suspenders are sdld thnn
all other kinds combined. Light, medium and
heavy weiehts, All dealers, 50 cents.
Look for the genuine���
"PRESIDENT" on every buckle.
No Insult
He���I never look at    you    without
1 huiking of a menagerie.
Sim-.Sir!
He���Yes; your dear face and taper,
lingers, you "'know.
TUNNEL OR BRIDGE?
Poor ChapI \
A man who used to conduct a funny
column on a Boston newspaper says
it's a hard game. "Being funnv in
Boston," he says, "is like making
faces in church���you don't gain much
by it and you offend a lot of good
people."���New York Evening Mail,
j Wondrous is the strength of cheer-
I fulness and its power of endurance���
I the cheerful man will do more in the
jsnme time, will do it better, will per-
J severe in it longer, thnn the snd nnd
i sullen. Wondrous is the strength of
j cheerfulness, altogether past calculation its powers of endurance, Kf-
! forts, to be permanently useful, must
| be uniformly joyous���a spirit nil sun-
| shine, graceful from very gladness,,
I beautiful because bright.
An Easy Case
William P. Sheridan, the "detective
with tlie camera eye," was discussing
insurance frauds in New York.
"A very easy case," said Mrl Sheri.
dan, smiling, "grew out of a conversation overheard by a friend of mine
on a train.
"Two elderly business men sat side
by side in front of my friend. Suddenly the first put down his paper,
winked and said:
" 'Uy the wny. how did you make
out about that fire of yours last Sunday."
"Shut up, you fool!" the other muttered.   'It's next Sunday.' "
Mrs. Aristocrat-���" Did
what Mrs. Noveau Kielie
at tho concert this evening?"
Mrs. Wellborn���"No, my dear; do
tell me all about it."
Mrs. Aristocrat���"Well, sbe inform.
ed me that she had decided to have a
non de plume in her hat."
HOW'S THIS?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can-
not be cured hv Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
We, the undersigned,, bave known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to curry out any obligations
made bv bis firm.
WALD1NG, KINNAN & MARVIN, ���
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.
Hall's Catarrh Cure i.s taken intern- ( n"QW
nlly, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle.   Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Fills for consti-
pation.
Jack���Why the dickens ure you let-
ting your beard grow, Tom?
Tom���I don' want my friends to
mistake me for my wife.
Minard's Liniment i^sed by Physicians
Sir Robert Perks Thinks the Former
Would Be Better at Quebec.
The question us to whether the ill-
; fated Quebec bridge should bo replae-
you beared by a tunnel instead of by another
said to me overhead structure was discussed by
Sir Robert Perks, Bart., in an interview with The Standard.
In view of the fact that tenders will
be called early iu May for the construction of a bridge the plans of
which have been strongly condemned
by The Scientific America^ the question is one of great public importance.
There are few men more competent
than Sir Robert Perks to pronounce
on the relative merits of bridge versus
tunnel, for the firm of which he is the
head has carried out some of the
greatest engineering works of modern
times, including the Manchester Ship
Canal and the famous Severn Tunnel.
His firm also prepared the plans for
the now defunct scheme of building
the Channel Tunnel between England
and France, which scheme was killed
by the War Office; while the firm is
completing    the    first    tunnel
HE INHERITED
i,
HIS ILL-HEALTH
BUT    DODD'S      KIDNEY      PILLS
CURED J. BAILLARGEON'S
RHEUMATISM
"H'm!" said Mr. Wickwire, "here
i.is n great story in this paper.   It ap-
j pears  that  n   man  advertised   for  a
'boy, and the snme day his wife presented him with twin sons.    It that
Iocs not show tbe value of advertising, whnt does it show?"
!    "It   shows thnt if he confided his
business affairs to his wife, as a man
ought to,  he might  hnve  saved  the
expense     of     the     advertisement,"
answered Mrs. Wickwire.
f
-���J3��Ygnd Doubt
Diner���Is this really wild~ducK?~~~
Waiter���Yes, sir. indeed.   Why, we
had to chase it round  the yard for
twenty mintftcs before we could catch
it.
MADE EGYPT POSSIBLE.
The Glorious  Nile and the Wonders i
It  Has Accomplished. I
The Nile is probably the most won- j
derful river in the world.  It hus made i
Egypt   possible   by   turning  an  arid j
wilderness into the richest land in the
world.   It has provided at the same i
time an admirable commercial high-1
way, and made easy the transporta-1
tion of building materials.   The an- j
cient Egyptians were thus enabled to)
utilize the granite of Assouan for the i
splendid   structures  of  tho  hundred- \
gated  Thebes and of  Memphis, and
even for those of Tnnis, on the Mediterranean coast.
At a time when the people of the
British Isle wore clad in skins oi wild
beasts and offered human sacrifices
upon the stone altars of llie Druids,
Egypt was the centre of a rich and
refined civilization.   Most of tlie dc.
velopinent of Egypt, wus due to the | consideration is that while a bridg.)
Nile, which not only watered and fer-   may possibly prove too low for the
through the Andes, to connect Argentina and Chile by railway.
"The proposal to construct a tunnel
instead of the proposed Quebec bridge
is a perfectly feasible one," said Sir
Robert recently, "and undoubtedly
in the long run a tunnel would prove
far more satisfactory. The St. Lawrence River at that point is no wider
than the Severn River at the point
where we constructed the Severn Tunnel. That tunnel connecting England
with South Wales, under what is really the Bristol Channel, is, with its
approaches, about eight miles long,
"arixi-took-four-years-to-buiId,-___��___���
"I take it that a tunnel and approaches for the St. Lawrence River
would have to be about the same
length. One of the great difhculties
to be encountered, however, in replacing the bridge by a tunnel, is the fact
that the railways which would make
use of it have all been built on the
high level, and the grades would have
to be changed for tremendous distances.
"As to the   question   of   cost,   the
bridge would cost, I should say, $12,-
500,000, and you can safely put the j
cost of a tunnel at three times the !
cost of a bridge.   The Severn Tunnel
cost $25,000,000."
"How does the cost of maintenance
compare?" Sir Robert was asked.
"The maintenance of a tunnel is
very much less than tho maintenance
of a bridge," he replied. "With a
hridgo there is a vory large annua!
sum to bo spent for maintenance, nnd
then you have to consider that a
bridge shows continual deterioration,
With a tunnel, theso conditions npply,
to a much more modified extent, so
that in the long run o tunnel is cheaper and moro satisfactory than an enormous bridge of this kind.   Another
Further proof that no case of Kidney Disease can stand before the
old  re.iable  Kidney  Remedy.
)    Monte   Bello,   Labclle   Co.,   Que.,
(Special).���That a man may be cured
even of inherited ill-health if he keeps
his blood  pure  and his body toned
up by  using Dodd's  Kidney Pills is
the  experience   of  John   Baillargeojx,..
of this place.  . ""\
"1. inherited poor health from my j
j parents," Mr. Baillargeon says, "1 .
j was bothered with Rheumatism, Lum-1
j bugo and Gravel. 1 was always tired!
I miu nervous, ln fact 1 was a total}
j wreck.   I tried all kinds of medicines',   ,    .       ���   ,
but 1 got no relief till 1 tried Dodd's I factories of the old country amounts
Kidney Pills.   The. did me good and|to over 25#-millionssterling, and ac-
, no mistake.    I took fifteen boxes in .j counts for well oyer;half the increased
all but 1 am cured ��� value given to the materials in pro-
"My wife also "has   taken   Dodd's cess of manufacture.
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.
Dear Sirs.-Your MINARD'S LINI-
MENT is our remedy for sore throat,
colds and all ordinary ailments.
It never fails to cure and relieve
promptly.
CHARLES WHOOTEN.
Port Mulgrave.
The annual wages bill in the cotton
Kidney Pills and received great bene'
fit from them."
Dodd's Kidney Pills cure" the Kidneys. Cured Kidneys strain all im-
i purities, all. that disease feeds on, out
I of the blood. That is why they al-
j* ways cure Rheumatism, Lumbago,
| Dropsy and Heart Disease,
A man can get blamed just as hard
-for-4oiying_tfiLjlj^gojod and_failing as
for trying to do bad^and succeeding.
tilized iho soil a n ii mil ly, but wns nn.l
is one ol the greatest nnd best natural
Iiighways of the world.
From the beginning of winter to tho
ond of spring-that i*, while the Nile
huge ships of tho future to juias un
dor, a tunnel ofliers no possibility of
interfering with  river trnilie."
Asked how dee;> the tunnel would
havo to bo below the bed of tho river,
The, Oil of the People.���Many oils
have come and gone, but ... Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil continues to
maintain its position and increase its
sphere of usefulness each year. Its
sterling qualities have brought it to
the front-and kept it there, and it can
truly be called the oil of the people.
Thousands have benefited by it and
would use no other preparation.
1.
ROYAL CROWN SOAP
IS THE BEST IN THE WEST.
-'TIS MADE ESPECIALLY
FOR THE HARD WATER OF THIS COUNTRY:
EQUALLY GOOD IN SOFT WATER.
SAVE THE COUPONSI * THE PREMIUMS ARE FINEI
Ring No. 517.
Real Solid Gold
Shell Signet
Ring with plain A
space fci .iiono-
grau ire.- for
75 wrappers.
Mouth Organ.
Mooit.ii Organ if a delight  to  all
small boys.   Free for 50 wrappers.
Ring No. 509.
Plain j v n 1
\\ eddiiig Ring,
hand Burnished, fret l"i* i'*-o
wrappers.
No. MM*. Ladies or Misees
Ring. Sizes 1
to C. Choice at
Emerald Ruby
ot Turquoise,
free for 50
wrappers.
Rine .No. 511:
Real Solid Gold
Shell Ring. Tiffany Mounting,
containing large
Brilliant, free
lor 151' wrappers
CRIED .
CONTINUALLY
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BABY   CRIED . ,     . *\
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Truth might be a lot more popular
if it couldn't get people into so much
trouble.
Mrs. Eugene Gagnon, I.'Islet
Station, Que., savs:���" I believe
Baby's Own Tablets the best
medicine iu the world for little
ones. I have given them to my
bnby for colic, constipation and
sometimes for breaking up a
fever, and I hive never known
them to fail in giving prompt  Z \ from these distressing afflictions
relief.    Before I began the use
Ask for Minard's and take no other.
He���"I wonder if that chair is big
enough   for  two."
She���"Oh, yes.   I know it is."
Worms in children, if they be not
attended to, cause convulsions, nnd-
often death. Mothor Graves' Worm
Exterminator will protect the children
of the Tablets my baby was
very thin and cried continually.'
Since then she has grown anion,
didly and is plump and healthy.
I also gave the Tablets to my
four years old child who suffer,
ed frequently from convulsions
and they made n permanent
cure, When I have Baby's Own
Tablets in the house 1 feel safe,
nnd I advise other mothers nlso
to keep them on hnnd." Sold
by medicine dealers or by ninii
ot 25 cents a box from The Dr.
Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Out.
Rread will keep moist much longer
*jif kept in a crock, wrapped in several
* \ thicknesses of cloth, than if kept in a
#!tin box.
# Keep Minard's Liniment In the house.
w\ Gent (engaging new chauffeur)���
*\ And hnve you any reference from your
'lust employer? '
Applicant for "situation���No; but I
can get some in about a month,
Gent���Why the delay?   ,
Applicant���He's in the hospital.
No. 59. "Benclare."
Height ft% ineiies;
width 4% inches; dial,
white, 2 inches, Pin sh,
Ormulu gold ���plate.
Movement, 1-day tune
pie:e. For *250"wrappers.
Receiver must pay
express charges.
THE SENTRY
Ladies'   open   face   sterling   silver
���watch No. 3. O size; 15 jewels.   Makes
���a^ar-V.-handsome   chatelaine .watch.
F-ree for 16(50 wrappers���W~$-4T00~and'-
300 wrappers.
. No. 529. Childs Bracelet
with Lock and Key, free
for 75 t.Tappers.
No.  530     Ladias  Bracelet, same as above* but \"t-
-gfit���free_ for 100 wrappers.
Screw Driver No. 77.
Beaded Cherry Handles.,  Good Steel.   Length lOin.   Free for
50 wrappers.   Postage 6c.
A PREMIUM CATALOGUE IS FREE FOR THE ASKING.
A POST CARD WILL BRING IT.
ADDRESS:
THE ROYAL CROWN SOAPS, Ltd
WINNIPEG, CALGARY OR VANCOUVER,
J
is navignblo-the north  wind  blows, Sir Robert  replied that twenty loot
steadily up the stream with mifllciont | would be ample
force to drive willing bouts against the '
current at a fair pace; while, on tho
other   hand,   the  current   is   strong
enough to curry a boat without sails
down iigniiiKt tho wind, oxecpt when
jt blows u gale.  That is why the an
Red River Funerals.
A funoral scrvico in the early days
on tho Red River was usually conducted at the house of tho deceased
and, an a rule, only thoso attended
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And lots of men hnve pretty necks
und shoulders���but what's the use.
Nile,  nor  tor  burges enn,', mg build
ing materials for hundreds ui miles.
ciont Egypt bins did not need stoom | who had rocoived oersonal invitation*
power, nor electric motors, (or the lin* \ Either before or after tho service re.'
mouse  commerce    that   covered  the | freshments were served to all present, i
Tho funeral .-ervi.-e wns bmethy and*
always included n Ions sermon, which
is still the practice, in many parts of;
tlm country.   ll.sir.sen were unknown,
and to have curried the collin to tlie i
grave in any kind of n vehicle would !
hnvo been co'isid-red ns a mark ot dis-1
resfHX't to the memory of tho departed,   The shrouded collin was, there. >
fore, borne on a bier by f"ur men
who every lew minute* were relieved
by another four, and so on until Ibe
grave was reached.   It is related thnt i
on tlm di'iit'i of Hindi Huh*, a Uud- ,
son liny factor, his body wu* curried ���
in this milliner lor more thiin eighteen union. Irom Little Britain to Si  '
Joint'*,   Tho journey   took  a  whole ,
day    At noon the party halted where j
a cart containing provision* met them.
Men* they  hnd  dinner, after  which ;
they    renamed    their    slow    march,
reach ing the place of burial just as ,
evening  was cuiuinu on.
And thus tho early Selkirk settlers '
lived and passed nwny, lonvinjj thoir
children; to till the lied River farm*
.���,i    -t\,,.t Ou, iiniitid* of the littlo:
settlMneiit,  to e*tnhil��tl   willed   itotu ,
helKUK uiivti tlu: Uni .-���'>���    ���������! ^-'>   W'' '
and  llu* greater ;mrt of hi* fortune, i
It eniw through  many  vicissitude* j
���nd  it survived nmn}' d.wi5'*r.-, and
although it nsptiii wiw dark days during the brief rcitm of anarchy 'undor
��... .   ...   . ',"  :*. ,    '    ���"���"e.-l   ��>...��.   nil
and finally i-xpaiidiil iul<�� Ut" I'ru-
vim.- <.f Manitoba. That f'nnndtt today hm, it Oreat West i�� in s<un<��
iiii'itMire duo to the fact thnt the b.nik*
of th.* R��*d River had the .Selkirk -ot-
tler*.
Popular With the Iriih.
Lord Mayo, who met with an neeb
rlent iu the huiilitig-lii'ld recently during a run from l'alm<*r*towti, hi* Irinti
font, is extremely popular in the
Kmernld Uio. lie taken n keen, iirnc-
tienl interest in tho affairs of Ireland,
nml is devoted to the development of
the Irish national industries, in which
work lie i* mi duly Mi|i|ni*i.e<| by th��
Countess of Mayo. I lie lordship sue.
(���ceded to the lltlo ill l**7'��,1 on thft
death of hi? father, the then Viceroy
of India, who was as��imiiuilei| uhllo
on an inspection vinit to the pnrml
colony in the Andniiiiiii Maud*, boon
nft��*r thi*. Mid event the Indian (Jov-
eminent awarded n pension ol ici.imhi
n year to iho Dowager Cmmfe*.* of
JAnyo and u lump stun of *JH),tm lot
the benolit of hi* cliil.li.;ii.
MAINTAIN SKIN PURITY
The constant use of Cuticura Soap.
assisted when necessary by Cuticura
Ointment, not only preserves, purifies and beautifies the skin, sculp,
hair nml hands of infants, children
und ndults, but totid* to prevent clogging of the pores, the common chuho
of pimples, blackheads, inflammation,
irritation, redness, roughness and
other annoying und unsightly eondi.
linns. In tlie speedy and economical
treatment ot torturing, disfiguring
eczemas, rashes and eruptions of the
skin nud scalp, theno mire sweet nnd
gentle emollients are Invnlniible,
Too Much to Believe
"T should like to be excused, your
honor," said a mnn who had been
summoned on u jury.
"What for?"
"I owe u man $5, and I wnnt to
Hunt him up and pay it."
"Do you mean to tell this court you
would hunt un n ninn to pay n bill
Instead of wniting for him to hunt
you up?"
"Yes, your honor."
"You are excused. I don't want
any one on the jury who will lie like
that."
WOIEN CURED AT HOIE
Women's dliorders always yield
from the very beginning of the
treatment to the mild, but effective, action of Orange Lily. Within
two or three days after commencing
Hi use the Improvement become*
noticeable, and this Improvement
continue* until the patient la earn*
pletely ourod, Orange Lily It an
applied or local treatment, and aeU
directly on the womanly orgfcna, removing the congestion, toning and
atrengthenlng the nerves, and re-
atortng perfect circulation In. th*
Att*nn*a puttt,' In erder to convince all mfferlng women of the  value   o��   *WJ
n
ggjl
ill
w**'*' ^^^^W, i*
remedy, I will **nd a SS-eent box, enough foi ten day*' treatment, i
to moh lady sending me her address MR! r RAN CM B, CUftftAH,
��-l*rtmt'WBS:BP
1
He Wished to Be Reasonable
Motorist���Ah it is my fault that you
wen* upset, I will moke good yonr
d'amngo nt once, How much do you
want?
Victim���How much does the gracious gentleman usually pny?
As a Mnn Would Serve
Mock Grapefruit���Ono large lomon.
One pint vinegar.   Teaspoonful aalt,
Mix   salt   and   vinegar; pour over
lemon and sorvo.
Fried  hum and eggs���Slice   some
ham,   Peel some oggs.   Fry.
Bail Suoitltute In Egypt.
In i.it,if'i ite(��.i.�� ,..��..��; ...,'." r*
JJ , -.!,,.. i ii.,!. mul lueiliti. lu Unit tne
ni unty (teiimtuteii for fnfurt> mum lm.
hnvl.tr ar* employed, tf tbey mn Ui-lre,
lu I'uitivtttitiii or oiu��r nutk al a o*nj
wage.
DODDS '
Ikidney
fa   PILLS
&!.*\w.^'
:,HKIDIMI*.V  ,���;./'
";<-h, s oi>'.' ., .
'"III. rt ������
t*e*tr er Later,
Mom ���fttitti-trmr-r* arm gallant Aa
��*����� H-"*���� ���* tbe ��)*or*/l��'i wuo guim
tit* ���<����� i tiie adikw:
*M* t����*. n��r#r ran ifter a woman
or n *fni-r ear. 'fberm will bt aontbtT
nne nionrtn �� mlnair or two."-ttv��r*f.
t��*ij'* M��ftitat.
W   N. U. N��   713.
Hi* feet WMte WtUtcaat.
Ha put ey**e tea ta at* tematue mm.
And now tie'* tee m��Orl**t m��n m tovfe
9* *tr*w*6 in* umm tt*����t*.#r. *n�� %***-
fm* tt ta nia mmraet mi****it *.��*
-. *��*tu  Irifeia*.
The nf toner some men fail tlie'tiiorn
liimiey they iicciiiiitilnte,
Mlnnrd'i Liniment lumbermun'* friend
Linen stained hy ink kIiouM be I tti.
mediately dipped in buttermilk, He*
pent this until the stain disappear*.
Thev Sooth* Excited N��rv*��.~-NVrv.
ou* affection* nre timinlly nttribubiblo
to defective digestion, iih the atotwioli
dominate* the nerve centre*, A
course of I'nriiieleo'ii Veifctiible Pilk
will Mt ill nil disturbance* of tbi* char,
neter, nnd by ro*torinjf the utomacb
to normal action relievo Ihe nerve*
from irritation. There in no sedative
like them nnd in Die correction of In
rojwlnritloft "f the dipo*tjvn processes,
. ... ,i.i��.,iir,��> linn (tofio no effective.
work, lin can be te��tith'd to by timu.
mtiniit.,
Ha Knew
Wlfo-T wonder why there nro no
mfirrimrex In lienveii?
Ifn.il.find - HecMU-e if U heaven, of
rolirsc.'
Tn  tho trentment  of minimer com-
pbllnt* the nuv-t effective i.-inedv that
enn    ho   u*.'d i�� Dr. .1, D.  Hollow'*
Dysentery Cordial.   It is n Miinduril
preparation, and many inoph* employ
it in p>*. f.-r.-iK-e to nih.'i- preparation*.,
It i* a liinhly coiiceiiiiat.l iii.diciiic'
and its nedntive and curative <pii��litie��|
are beyoini .|n.--M..n,    |i ;,.,, i���.,.l( lk;
popular niotlicine for many y. .n, and
thr>n*an��l��   can   ntt.*t    jt��   -iijMrior
oualitio* in overomiiiiis d*,*- ux.iy ;��id
kill'Ind complaint*.
NVw l/nlgir t����r<*d��tii'allyi - I* |hi��.
nil Mi*. M����kp tU.ii  i- iu '!;-   r-v,iur       '
landlady Ob-cidcllyi- V,,, ��ir. Alii
I will all'iw you
Now   IMget- Well,   I'll   tuk,.      two!
mor** rrmm*    1'v*. ��*>< t��� aa.J, my!
Inc*- in tlwr morning j
Formulae Have Been Well Tried Out
Though the NA-DRU-CO line of Medicinal and Toilet Preparation.* have been on stale
for a. few montliH only, don't think for minute thut iu buying NA-DRU*CO goods you are
experimenting witb uew or untried preparation*.
Their Origin
The twtnty-one wttoleiale drug flrme now united
In the "National" had all of them IniRthy careers,
���oiiie for fifty to one hundred yem**, prior tu the in.ion,
Kach firm hart acquired or develojwd a number of
valuable iornnilaa for medicinal and toilet pnmaratiotis,
allot which became the property nf the "National".
Since the union our exprrt cheniUU have carefully
lone Over thene formulm and actectcd the lx*st for the
NA-DRU-CO line. Every formula hai bean carefully
irudlad bf tbeie ��ip��rt��, improved if ***tibU, and
tx-.r, t\\t,.t,i,mM*r taitad again, in aetual uie, before
we comlder it good tnougti tu bear m* .i,.*um\'i.-C0
iwde ilatk..
An Exampl*
A good example of what went��an it NA-DRU-CO
Nenoiona for Brain Faff or newou* break-Howii.
Tlie formula wm pronounced the moit ncjentlfic com-
I,.'...:: -��� ' ���"���"���'��� m^-Hcinc*. hut thi* wa�� enough for
u*; we had it tried out with a iii.mii onitrna *uin u,
Brain worker* ��� School Teachera, Lawyer*, Book-
ker|)*r��-u well tu Society Iradereand borne worker*,
and everywhere the reault anta ��o good that we adopted
It u oneot tba bett of the NA-DKU-CO line.
There are therrfore no experiment* emoiiR
NA-DKU-CO pre|>aratlou��, W* have inve��ted altogether too much time, work and money in the
NA-imi; CO line to take anv chancel of discrediting it
with preparation* tlut niiifbt not prove aatUfactnry.
We make ab*olutely eartaln that each preparation 1*
���atlifaetonr before wecudorMltwith the NA-DRU-CO
Trade Mark.
A��k your pbyilelan or yonr dniffflit about tht
firm behind NA-DRU-CO preparation* aud about the
NA-DRU-CO line, They can tell you, for we will
fumUh them, on r��|iie��t, a full lilt ef the iagredlaata
in any NA-DRU-CO article.
"Mmwy Back"
tt by any clmnce you ahouid not be entirely
MtUtled with any NA-DRU-CO article you try, return
the unuied portion to tht drugf(iit from whom you
bought it miu be will refund your money���willingly,
too, bvi*mi��e we return to him every cent be givet
If your dnijwlrt ahouid n��t bave tbe particular
NA-DRU-CO article ynu aik for In atock he con get
it fnr vou within two day* from our neareat wboleaale
branch,
Sorn* NA-DRU-CO Preparation* You'll Find Most Satisfactory.
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Wliil. Unim����t
National Drug and Chemical
Company of Canada, Limited
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HAttraV,    ST. mtt*i,     MOHTtttAL,     OTTAWA,
KBCrrOft, TORONTO, NAMM.IUN, lOHUOH.
wimvt-a. ticwA. caumhy, muoK
VANCOUVUt.     VtCTOMA. f  .   . ^,-:,.^;rj.*-  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  I  WITHOUT THE AID OF PUFFS  MANY women possess a crown of  glory which they seem to undervalue  as a beauty  asset,  and  ruthlessly throw to  the  winds chances to greatly add to their  personal appearance.  "Oh,   I  can  never  do  anything with  my hair, bee 1 use, you see, I simply refuse to wear bolsters and sausages, or  even  false  braids,"   you  say.    I  agree  with you in your sensible, hygienic-decision: ..but   1  do  not pity  any  woman  who reels that good sense and bad looks  are coexistent.  They need not be; it Is  . your duty to show,,that a natural disposition of hair, whether it be scanty or  -^-ilitcki���������can���������be���������combined���������with���������'a���������sweet~  bec-omlngnoss to the wearer.  The right and the wrong ways of arranging your hair are. depicted, and  the Illustrations spoak for themselves.  Ti eve Ie the stiff, round -pompadour,  for instance, thnt Is rapidly joining coiffures of tlie past, How much can be  done with this same hair, without a  ���������ingle artificial addition, is shown in the  much-favored Rwirl of braided hair. The  lialr Is pulled in a soft lino over the  sides cf the forehead arid tied at the  back ot the head. Then it In- divided  Into two strands, each of which ia  braided. They can be wound around  t*'P ', end. the ends being tucked under  the other braid and a hnrrette used to  catch the beginning of each at the back,  Surely you can *ee the improvement.   ���������  It   is   a   well-known   fact   that   hair  drawn tightly back from the foreh:ad  adds to the apparent age of tbe wearer,  while a break in the hair line, due to a  soft arrangement, gives a youthful appearance. ���������  I  advise  brushing  the  hair  until  lt  is   soft,   lustrous   and   pliable,    Divide  it   Into   the   back   and   front   sections.  Brush  and comb  the back  up  to  the  top of the head and secure it in placs  by hairpins.    The  front  must now   be  arranged softly over the forehead and  cars; be sure to cover with this hair  any   ugly   dividing   line   at   the   side.  ���������Braid���������the_ejnds_and_*CQ.rrn_a_soft circle  on the top; and if you are. still inclined  , to' curls, one or two can be made with  the short ends that are remaining.  ' There is  an arrangement for women  who   have   thin   hair.    Many   just  accept the fact and ln despair throw back  the  few  strands,  pinning them   In   a  hard knot on that part of the head that  ls the most unbecoming;   for , lt   Increases the line from the chin to the  crown, and thus distorts the prollle.  For these women I still hold out the  friendly brushing as an excellent help.  Make "each particular hair to stand  on end," In other words, make the  most of a scanty supply. An arrangement of a part at the side ts generally  good,   The soft, waving line across tho  BREAKFAST.  Fruit, cracked wheat and cream, flsh  balls, rice mufllns, toast, tea ami eolfee.  LUNCHEON.  Cold mutton (a. left-over), New Jersey  baked beans, Boston brown bread (warmed  over), eg? and lettuce salad. French tapioca custard, cake, tea.  DINNER.  Tomato soup, savory rice pudding (leftover of mutton), eggplant, mashed and  browned".sweet potatoes, orange salad, co-  eoanut cream putts, black coffee,  MONDAY   ��������� BP.EAKFAS-J5,  front dote not require much hair, but  it adds much to the beauty of the face.  The ends should be wound in a loose  knot at the top.  I think thut you are convinced now  what power there is in your own hair  and hands. Some women will be astonished by the Improved change. Tonight, In the quiet of your dressing  room, study that coiffure of yours, ami  do not hesltato to experiment with  your hair; for, believe me, there ie an  arrangement that is becoming to every  wwinan. Tou have but to search folt, with an eye toward making the best  of thi hair that nature has given you.  ADVICE   ON   SOCIAL   CUSTOMS  *Mv lfr^Se*mtmtm4  4*tr**/m**r1mma4YV- 4*)**i-tm**i*V*/r*mtm4 '  &i**//et^^ri^<9ixr^^mXtXtia  *M*���������*mfom*lf.*9ny.mmt**  ������THE GREEN-EYED MONSTER"  MY LITTLE talk todny It the  outcome of many letters which  show how rcnlly unliap;iy  women, married or unmarried, can allow tliamaelvea u> bee. nu  through jeiilmniy, I hnve rem) between  the lines, mid my alncuni Hympntliy  Koei to any one win mi' pence of mind  ���������ind joy ure ilHKii'nyftii by tills "groiin-  ������������������yed monHter,"  There are tlnice who maintain thnt  ivii.'.ii a perann elio'v* Joalmwy It ll an  t vldenci* of deep niVt'ctloii toward ono.  Did II ever uirur to ymi law much Ivo'in  n jeatoiin woman or mon enn do by little mlHhitcriii'iitiitliiiiN ntul inlKtukeu  judgment? Very often, troiji Miner per-  vei'hlty, an ncruw'-ii pernon will dubbin*.  aloly ii I vi* ,1u*t I'HtiHp for the action*  erJirllii'il to lilm. Tucre nre rnekH nlienil  fi r tliv majority nf Jealous people.  In tlw fir*! filiice, <i woman who in  Jealoim Ik rarely able to retain frlntuli,  lier mental horlaon In narrow; ahe Keen  th������ Bothnia of oilium from one point ef  View, anil Hint ih Uio onu upon which  nhu htm plant <I liemolf, gtubbornly refilling to move, MIMnteriirt'tiilloin  generally remili In the loon of friend*,   m   who Sslmply will not bo continually misunderstood nnd subjected to foolish  criticism nnd recrimination from jealous  mentors.  Now, I th'nk that Jealousy Is often  tho result of a wrong, foolish view of  things, It Ib certainly n double-edged  sword, and cuts to the heart tho ono  who feels It, Just ns Keenly as the one  who Is the object.  Women who u,ro Jealous of women  make It very unpleasant for every one.  I have heard ill-bred ticcusatlons, entirely without foundation, from Jealous friends, Feelings have been hurt  and friendships hnvo been terminated  hy Jcalouwy.  V To marriod womon who allow tho  flmt somls of this fault to fa]) upon  fiirtl'.e ground I wlnh to raise a  warning tinner, I3u careful! Little  doubu, probably without foundation.  If lidded to Husplcloim nature*, will  grow Into alar.ulng factors of quarrels, and happiness will leave your  home,  Try to diin thlnga from the other  pewon's view. Do not allow youme'.t  to grow Into a cynical nnd nuntioet'. int  linhlt nf aiming things, iVuilldoneo l������  rarely coexistent with Jealousy. The  flmt Is a much better friend to woiiicm  lliaii the lit Mt.  It In greatly t\ matter of habit. It  rebounds, You remember the Unci  from Shakespeare'* "Othello"?  I',  beware,  a,v  Im-.j, nt Jeiil.ni*->';, .    ^ ..  It   In n  ircen-eywl  innnn*r.   width  doth  murk  Tho mi'iii It fcfiln uiion,  When    disturbing    thought*    itrlae,  look lor/he hint,   Ho nnt nllnw this  Mimurber of Hie peaee to como between yoti nnd ymir loved one*,  Solutions to Social Problems  D  Attending Parties  WAR Mrs, Adaina.  '     1   T nm   n   .>M   II ,u���������ir.   .-.!  nmr,  *m*  ������,. t-; riViM,"'"'' *" <"���������������'������"��������� ���������������������  .. ir o.w ..( .!.������ lut nu un* to tuna in*  h', '"*��������� *> ll'l" ������������������.'"' P������*o|)t.r far a t.ov to walk  ���������lontr wllh u������?  !' I* it 'W'-'J0 *""- l**ieby te aohool?  lm n boy wh*n they pamf    FRAV.KI.KH.  L Ye������, If your parenti do not ob-  led,  1   Cnrtntntv  t.Jtv.'.-l '��������� very bnd form, m somo  *f the nlghrat vnm* urlva.e *chouii the  \e������/lng of Jewtlry In nbaniut.ly for-  iMiImi. Kven on Arm* otxMalon* a  ������*o jng |tlrl ahtuild wear only the ilmpltst  Vlid or Jewelry.  I. It i* ������ glrri prhilege to bow flrit  when mwtlng boy fleoiiiilntnneeR  Attentive Three Years, But X  Word of Love  peir Jfr������   A'Unw.  I b*i* ������������<n eatet wiih ��������� f-nwin  tytruUirtt tor ihr#������ v������ir������. 'I imi de.  ���������MM to tern, bnt hi* not ������rflcn ot l..v������  I eminol live wll'inut hlm. How osn I  Nlil him In nicniioiilnit ihic subjver. ������u  dear lo m������? Ill* rlreuniMontu, wlileh  me not verv nnoil, l ililnk linv.. Iielil him  Umi,*. -/..I. i.. ..>/. ������  I do not think yen enn dn nnyihlnu  to urge Uie young uiaii iu ioh-.ik ui t������v<',  If his clrcuniKiiinces nre nnt very good,  he In very connldontte not to Niigg m a  poaalble marriage at ������nme far-otr di*t������*.  Then again, If lie duen out lovu y������a,  there,would he extreme imbiu'ruNtiiiiuiit  fur hlm and for you.  Some Perplexing Problems  tr***r Un, Ademi.  I. NhoUld flrl������. * .hott llmf Mnrm m.me  ���������oclai event, o������k ih* l>eyt m "'...������ u|. to  thoir hnm*. huplnii il.ui. tu k������i an oi.i-  teiiont  .'. la It tuod form r������r * buy t<> k i t" i  tlrl'a hnm������ ������r������.| ������������������l������t tier wUli h������r  ������Tei 'Iht  I. Hlin.iM tKiif,  wlun dan.'lnr   **.:t!i    n  V >l**l^   ll.IV,    "fllf   ll|l"*  .linw m������ny dtni'fs mny * nol oerun  wllli one bor te nh,,m lit* t> R"i <n������������ir"l  vbhwt pauiina pi.uh-.pwt  <Vii .i,ni,; nit. m i������,ti '��������������������������� ��������� i '���������'.*.. ,.j ii  *',������"i ������h* li ti>.| . !,������>������������������*���������������.' in ii.'i '  I. I'liiwH a ycnilpMii Mi'.l i*>������ ������i'i.<  m ti,������ h������ip r.i in- .viii-n <j.1)  i.i,.,,, i...  1������ vl*Ulnar when tliey nre not engaged, oven  thouvh ������he haa a broincr?  i. Ik It nroi,er for a irlri to aro (ikatln*  on the lake with a younu boyf  1. Indeed not. If (he hoys desire tho  girls' company, they will Invite them tu  tne soelal function,  2. It Is nil right If the girl's parents  nre willing nnd he really lieius lier.  H, If n boy cannot net gentlemanly he  has no right to ask a girl io dance wl.li  Iii in. A gill would be JustiHed In '<-  qnestlriR her partner tu take her on' the  tlnor If he hi nny way embarrasses her,  4, Two.  fi, It would he wiser not to.  ������, No, If he lives out of tlie city, he  should engage a room at the hotel.  7. If a girl Is chaperoned, she may go  ������kiUlntf with a boy friend.  While Learning to Swim  TVir Mr������, Adomi.   .  Will you kindly advlie mi wh'-thi- it i������  )>roi;er, *whlto at tha pcaahore, to allow a  .vininir mnn to ulil in* in loainlnir ta iwlin  li;.' i.'iuchlng ne nround the wnlat?  How often slionlil a girl allow i yminn  mun to null? 1G.NUHA.NT,  It would not be proper to accept  such aid unlei'H the mu n Ik your Ilnnee  or Homo nenr relative.  Xot oflon enough to become enn-  ���������jplcunuH nor to exclude the attention  of other frlumla.  Somewhat Jealous  linii' Mm, Ailiium, , ''  J nm ������ ������lil 1* veilr* old. There la a  bnv 1 like v. iv miicli nml lie nbihin verv  frlfinllv Inwiird nii', Inil I heard he went  wllh iininli.'i Kill Whin would ,V������u ail-  vl������������ me lo do? . ...  li li arum r tin a Mrl to aik. a hoy in  have n ilnnee with her. nr ihinild ihe  wait for hlin to ink It - r ? IJ13. HIR.  I mlvlae ymi to mntlnuo to he friendly with lh<* boy. Me Is at liberty In gu  ant with in ninny girls an he wlthim to,  It would bo rnnst improper for a girl  to auk a boy m dnne* with her unfeas  she were unending a loup-yoar ball,  Paying the Fare  Venr Mrt. Adami.  Hhwulii a J-ownif man j������ay, vr offnr to |iay,  a yeuna ta.lv'a fare whom he him ������������li������J i*>  M't-nd tlie nay with htm, tha. diaiaaee being loo far lo walk? IllS.NitY W.  It Ih your duty In enll for Hie young  Jndy and eacorl nor to your home, wheiu  ulle  In  in  be  nl'i-Meiilnd lo   ymir  Mini tier  and alitem.   If the oarfnre Im a trifling  Mini, vuu may offer lo pay It for h*'t,  ii    t*    tliil-iitl..',,*    ill    H.I)     t,.*.t    Jhlu    A.tlmA  alio eacort her home.  Nol Yet Engaged  I'far.Mia. AdtiBH. ,    .,  l< tt |inm*t for a rnmm imiiilp. tlimith nnt  m iniuM, b|i| Hiowlna.ll t.i l������ a, i.t.'Uv  ������wr������ tftlnir. In ������l-������ al j'Hilliia, aftur luilnii uut  if.iirtl.������rf   In li ini*i r..r |i.������ >oun������t la.iv Ipini  the  >miii|f  limn   lu (>  i������,l   Hill.   .ilHiOiri   Until  The fact Hint a man and woman ex-  lu-et In brcioiip eiiKiiged will not III-  I'.w ili.iii in iihvi- Hie nii uie piivllegeN  Hull eii'rag.'.l .mill ri injny. If no ni-  gHgciiient li n.ii.li, ihe yciuiig lady nnd  gi'litlrtiinn n������������,v iKet-pl i i.| give n|.  ii-tilione to ini-miiPia of the n|.|iuilte *vx.  .1 Girl Willi Many Admirers  I'm.   Mi������.   A.lin.*,  I   ,1,1  i"  .,������..   ,..,<  ,.,,'   t,,i* |, ,,|   In   ll, ���������  I, t  .������.������.  ... o������������>  ..iiui.   k,|'-i.cii, tnri   it   .,"m-  ini-  ,. ...Iic'.i  iim  "i i������i.  i,,i .ny .it,,   in ..-ini, uie  H.   .....   tliink,   ������.   I   ,lT.   till lu-   oM,   i'*i   1  tl.nill.l   In    li.   !ilr   -. Mf   Id   li.m   M.al    .....    ,i,  nltoiitivci to me! Tline In. a young man, ono  yi or my wniur, wlio wishes mo to wnlt tor liiiu,  bnt.lt would-mean at leant Sm yiiar*. What  would you uilMsti mo to do) ANXIOUS.  The Idea ot n girl of 10 complaining  that she Is "getting old"! ton nre  just Ii) the prime of the youttuui n^o  und should not begin to thi nli seriously about your men ndinlrem, My  ���������Jour girl, never make yourself love n  man; just think what nn awful bur-  d.ii it ivoind be if tlic love did noi  en in- uuiui'u.ly, As for the young  mnn who asks you lo wait, 1 advise  you not to give him any detlnno  nu-wer. If ynu were deeply In love  with him, 1 should tell you to promise  lilm that you would wait; but ob It is,  I think It will bo better to associate  with different men until you Iind Hi*  right one.    Alone On the Street  Poar Mrs, Adnma,  1. la It wrung for a Mrl of 18 io lie out  en the itreei nlnnf nfter 10 o'cleck ul  iiljjlit?  2. la It Improper for me to M������a my  cousin when he romea to nee ua7  3. 1  ������ent  n imd  tu a yoiiiiu  mnn comn  1lmo ������K0,   I  bttvM lenil him icvenil t Inun *  ilncu, luit he h������H nevrr told mn ho rerelyeil  the   ir.nl.   Hlmll   I   nfk   lilm   the   <i>i.������il..n  that I had written on It?  0. ft., A JlUADEll.  1. Tt la not proper for n gin ������f is to  lo out on tho Hit out at tho lim.r ymi  mention.  2. Yea, If the roat of the family glvn  him tin* rnme nlfeotloiuite greeting,  3. If the iiiioatlon la nn important one.  there wmild he no luirm In iireNentiuii it  tn tho yming ninn porHonnlly, It mny  he thut he never received llm curd.  elderly ladles, Ho may romr / with  her if ho wishes to, or ho may bow,  nud excuse himself, If he stnys with  lier, lie may any,"when the music for  the next danno begliiH, "I'leasn excuse  nu-; I must find the young lady who  promi.-'od mo 4hls dnni-o."  A<1.  Current topics are always good.  Letter Unanswered  Ttint Mil,  Ada un,  1 met ii hoy nt ni'lioo), two jrar. mm, nml tier  vimi' Hun he Iiuh 'iein nm i.osiul rui.l-. I >eut  hlm Mime Hinln, but ho kepi ushies mc in write  lii.tt a lellor. Sly mollier ..iri-i'iiled, ni,.l I  wrnii. ii letter, iiiui'li imuiii.l m> ulil, ai.d I  Innu liver icu'lvd) mi unnwi'r, Iln )nu think  hi) u iill'i'iiil.'dt  linw nu. I overcome my hn������hfuliu".������, w-ml-  tliciii'HH and awKwanliieu ivlii-n wllli n Ixirl I  on nnt t ih'Mnml whs I Clllilint ho ut tiue aa  othi-r niils aw. PKIU'I.KXEI),  I i'.o not think your boy friend la  iill'eiid.'d, II inns lie thut your letter  ww. readied liiin. or ho might havo  mad lictiVeen tlie lium of your letter  and eoiicluili'd Unit .miij do not tviHli  in corre.-|)oii,l wall him., li was it  i'reat mlaiuko for yuu io .-.unt ihe  L'orraNptindeiiue,  Tlie tlu-i'i) eiilldllloilK you tiielillua  at'u IJ Hit a l Is il ue lo ..'..It'-, iiiiki'Iimi-iii'^h,  1111,1    III."    Mueller    V oil    ll'liril    In    1*11��������� -1<i��������� I  ynuiHelf the moro coniforiahle yuu  will bo, .Miuiy vuuiig ulrm muII.-i fiiim  tills Niiine li'oulile, but lot uie give vim)  elU'OiiI'ligeiinilil   by Maying lliey ull n" ll  over H us they uniw oldur. i    ���������  To Receive, a Personal Reply '  Unlit     ill",   AilDlliN,  I, I iiiii very iintrli Inlerellrd In n v 1,11119  11)1111 lUlltir It* mv town innl Imir nn-  -.������..������ 1.1 heili.vi. lm ii.iinlrei iiiii, He im* H-.  1, mtv Imkiiii Miienldim In mn, ami wink  I  ������hnllli|   like   In  I'licmll'IIKii   hlm,   I   IV'.-I   H  'V..���������..i., f.fil.    .1 ....!.,.,*,.,*., in'ii.'iii'v   V.V.niit   iiVeiiiiiiiii,' iii"wV ' lu'uu  1 wenty'lijtli Anniversary        l":1v,,r,'������*���������,!. \\,,'.".L"il".'!..Li!L'''  l)p������r  Mr������,  Ai'iiiim,  ,l am Riilinr n  1I1111I  inmu'r.ar;  I am Ruing to idflirnte my Iwmli tlllli mil  ..ln������ annlmriMin,, and m������h ynu wniii.l iiil.w 11  1111. how. I 1 i.iilil licit ftitnialn my inii'M., u1h.uI  twi'iill-llm In  iiiUMlxir. ..    ,      .  What wniil.l I* tlio aiOlt ellii'lin .lunritinn  fur tlm wi|i|wr tahlil lilra.) K, ll,  A program with th������ aonga popular  iwcnty-Uve yenrs ago would bn an In-  teraNllug feiiiure (or thn evening, If  pmslble, have 11 n original pm in rend,  iilimg wllh letters from ������bneni friends.  Twenty-live ynnrs of murrleil life  bring* Hu* illver wedding. Tho com-  blniitlon of pink and sliver Ih a very  pteiialnir one mul ru it v be unfit In your  (k'l'ortitlniiH. lu the mldilli' of tti������  tillile tune ,1 eetilerpliVM of pllllt pohiiM,  with  pink  I'lindles In  allver liohlnn.  (,'hulni.   iiiiide   nf   silver   paper   mny  . 1        ��������� 1      t , ,1 \i    '.    .\,  niiraof the table.   Hotibniis wrnppnl  .',    >i)l*i .'    l'.'t-i 1     N).m.l.]    Im        1 1 I ' 1    , II  illver illahue.  Dancing Etiquette  llflf *i|r������. Ailinm,  t Klii.liv ull wi what a vminn man l������ t������ .lo  If |.p wl'lipi ta .lanoa with t umien Iml. ffn.,.1  wlj'.iii In- i|i.r������ nut kiimit  1 If l ymiiiar man haa rrniiiinted i>artr.i|r������ ������itii  a filerol 1 if h> lur nnt damn, "hat l< hi ������������n^  rfHW In do with tin joiinii lanv wil'i ������ln.m lm  hu ]n.| dam-Mi, wl������n the damn l������ oim- l������ i���������*  ���������tiinuwfil in tw WHlml uilli <rrt It ������" ������'m i������  111 air-iwl in du wlifii lh������ inu.ir Iniin* I"'  llll   H'tl   ll������ll.p������  ,1, I allnii) tltni'in* wtrnal. and ,.l Hi. tm< nl  tlii ill." pf l������.u i.|������c fi m������r.Ii al.11 ��������� ll.e Mni  .if trlil. iril |������|,e iihlrliitrr ������i>r lliai l,.i"ia'ii" 10  f.iil In hi. l������t,   Kii.'U.  mtttml a I.v.  * ������������������,-, "I  *   ������. ,|.(    f. *'      <-|,(t-    I'.i.n. ; '   I ��������� ������  I II' may mu her f������r 11 d.ni.i itud  ili.-ri. Ml." c in;klng to her, ������i" ' "iii.l  ,i,l;i >!.. .   ini 1 ~, 1.11,  ?. Ai. .1.1111 mi a ilnnee li ,,\-, < ������������������ '-.'i.  mny 'i-iuiri wiin ol������ roui|i.ii.;..ii -��������� ' "���������  >- .!<��������� '.r li������-r elm p.11.11  or ������'.ine ..'  Hit-  .  If  1,1111 fiii'-.M  iileiiiiire  111   iiii'.'tlng  yuu  winn  bi-iuu  lMir.i.lii.i-.l,   l������ii 1   u   Juki  ua KOinl fill m In any,  "I  llmnli yu,   I jiiii ,  v.'iv arlail   10 bav.'  mot ymi," n������ 1.. ������uv  iielv,    'I   llllllllt  vmi "  ri, |'len������n lei nm know bow In i������-l n ("T-  hi.ml  l.'lli'i' 11..111 tnu, AliKI.,\llil-;,  I, Vou shmili! nol nneuH 10 the "mini  Until ymi hnve been |il'n|.i-|ly llllinil,lied  tu hlin, An it In iilW.OH .1 \\.illl.oi k  I'lrlvlleue lo give Ural xlgiis of ri'iiigiil-  IUll),  the  III,Hi  Is lilklUK   HI.'ill   llli.'My  In  H|ietikllii', lo you,  'i. Vdlht'l form Ih enrteel,  II. If VOU Will liieliKi In ymir '"Iter 11  K.'lt-illl'Ir.'NM'.l, Hlillli|.i.l ei)Viilo|ii<, I kIiiiII  ailid >mi 11 ino annul H plj..  Breaking En gag." in en ts  .. A 11 iiuim unitIr-lii.tli llivili-d , n.r III  ilM-n.i the ei'ciiliiu 111 hi" levnie u> ih.  "..--i  ...   ....,   1-i.n* 1,     ,.,.,,...   ....   ,.     -..ii...    1 ���������  iinon an niit-nf.i'iwn ncnil.riinn .������������������nine very  uii.'Hixeti.'Jh jui.I i.'.ni. "Oil I.'. !"J.i>"k ijiv  -ireviAUi incngt'iiii'til. aa be bad llekcl* f.ir  he ilx ul. r    Ihi'-lii- ll    Vi 11. I in ill- i-li'hi  Grapefruit, cereal and cream, bacon and ���������  nweet pi'piiers, uraham bread, toast, tea  anil coffee.  LUNCHEON.  Panned oysters, sweet potato'puff In left-  over), stuffed tomatoes, brown bread toasted fa left-over), qold Blaw with main  dressing, craolurs und chc-eae, lemon Jelly  ��������� nil cookies,  cocoa.  DINNER.  Cream of celery ������ou|i. Irkod beef's heart  with 8U.UC0 plquante,, squash, onlona bolleJ,  apple pie and cheese, black coffee.  TUESDAY  11RBAKPAST.  Oranges, cereal and cream, baked esori  with Kravy, quick cruhuin biscuits, toast,  tea and coffee.  LUNCHEON.  Bacon  and    polenta    onuih    boiled    fnr  hourn and fried when stiff tintl enlil), pll"ii  cf green peppers, brown and white bread,  tea.  DINNER.  Scotch soup with  poached tug* on  surface, roast young pork with upple sauce,  whipped |wtatoe/<   Krusseli sprouts, flou.n.K  island, black cotleo.  WEDNESDAY  g BREAKFAST.  Baked applei and orcam. oatmial porridge, hneon, frl.d potatoes, hominy niiifr  nnn, toast, tea and coffee.  LUNCHEON.  Slices of cold pork deviled and frlad lit  lintter la left-over), baked polnto"*, miuil'e  of Biuasel* sprouta (a left-over), breadcrumb puddlnic, tea,  I>Ih!NER,  ftrown frieaiaeo or chicken,  bollarl rlei,  itnwei)  celery,  broiled tomatota,  inlcaronr  pudding, black coffee,  THURSDAY  BREAKFAST.  Oranges,   cereal   und   cream,   barbecued  ham,   comment   mulllna,   touat,    ten    iiml  coffee,  LUNCHEON.  Yeaterdoy'a frk-nsee, wanned over: Inked  rle������  in   left-over),   linked   sw.et   potatoes,  hot gingerbread nnd ehooa*. tea,  PINNER.  Okm  mun,   Brunawlek  ������tew,   sweet   pn-  intoiii   n   la    Lyonnnlau    (left-over   from  luncheon),    fried    aalslfv,    Swiss    fritters  with liquid aauca,  black coffee,  FRIDAY  miHAKFABT.  Orapefrull,   hominy   umi   nri-ani,   fried  ������������������yituri,   K'lilmm   genu,   brown  and   white  li'ilst, ten and coffee.  .I.HNCIIEON,  Suit nmelo'rel,  in.Il.'d nml .'i-eume.1, lunched I'liliitn.������.   hot  his. nils,  shrimp und tomato   suliul,   tuni   stiiieii   husiy   pii'ldliiKi  l.'B  I.ilNNI'll.  Ilrunawlek amip ifmuidiM ui������m yestnr.liiy'a  ib'WI, put I..IIII, of h.wf, llnwtiil .'IIIT.ilS,  iTi'ioiii'.l fiiriilin, .Int.. puildlm; with whipped eri-ant 'dark coffm,  SATURDAY  IIIIKAKFAHT.  flrnngm, rerenl und ereiiin. hum nnd ������g|!l  tiukeil tonal,   ������hiti< nnd  brown  bruu.1, tun  and eiiftiM), .  I.H.Vi'llEON.  i'Iiiiii frlltiin, rhe imd luiniiiu cMqiinlten,  ���������li'VM'd potnt.ii.i, hiiiiuiiiia ii i.n 111.111.1, nil  ink.',  in, nu,  HINNKIt.  I'lirrner'i chowder, Uvt i.nd pntalo pie in  lefl-iivi'i'l,    iiiiienrolil    with    Iiimi.iIo    ���������>    I  I'lii'i'ie sunie, siilnach, ap|il������ mow, s  cage,  l.iii.k I'DITel,  or ttrniig?  t   I mn lenlle  will Is deepli   In  nlitii'l    I.,   him  i-|Kriv ami n,.������ 11  In Live h Oh 11 '"Uiif rn.i'i  hive Willi nu*.    Mv i.ur n ������  lii'.'.HIK.    lie    Ir    ���������.line's ln������  ������.'ln������li ill-i..������lil(Hi,   W.nild  my  "iiit'uiu 'iif...  ,1     l,,,.lli     liilli     i'.Ii.i     l.e  hil'tiv** UKTSV.  1, ff tlie per.-'in> wli'i Hire Ki.ng to  '���������III I- II .* til ymi ������.l' s i-l v ii.,ii I-'i|-ii.,i  Olid ynu t'liuld bum 1.hi.i nml bnncii'v  nek tin III In leli'i".' , -i, fimii Hie ei-  Uiigeiilenl tbt n Ami , .in.niiii.il no (|.,,|  '���������rime. If, 1 i) th.. 1,lh 1 hfiml, ymi ni r-.  m������".'',v a- i|im'ir..., n-ii*. i ,. |,)'vt,|(������, v 1  illd 11 vi*i'v iiiie.iiiii'iii!...ijii i.m' nnk ml  .1, 1.  2, Vour aiei.inl iiuii'i'11 I- 1101 tii ne  'ii i|mi-|i|i>, Vou k'i"������ Wl'1 1- le ro e  ,  n.i   ..   ,"..,   1. ���������  ���������I"i'l',>   )*"ii slin'ii.1 ...IL...  u.>  .1:. 1.1 ��������� - nf  'mil' heart.   Tidal. i������i'������-. i ...   ...   *���������������������������  '"'��������������� "'".lilliig  An Ounce of Preve-Jtion  ** A S1*,TC"' In Hmeaavea nine," tl  /} If aald, but there ara nimr-  il ���������lltchea thnt mny be iiik������n  even before "In time," and ilm������ awva  morn itinn "nine." Moil truly la ttin  the case In tignrd to ehlldreir* stuck.  Inga. (lur grundmnihera were aeitua-  tntni'd carefully to "run" the h.'i-li aim  loea of new alorklngi tirfnre ever they  Ihnt darning, Hk������ ib������ "evil diiv," wm  1 ���������( .,..,. ...v. .in 10,111 ..���������, 1..ui ime< -i  cure of Hint now by weaving the tieeli  nnd tiiea double, Hut ininehow be imiina  to have overlooked Ihe knees. The lllllli boner, nt children nre aharp and i'u.11  ent HirmiKh. 1 b|ii'i:IiiIIj when "u fellow  plnya iimrblea" or dn������������ any oHmr of a  tliiiimuml nl. e tblngi thnl  nmv  l������" dnrve  II   >>,,.     ||l>. 1    I...p   In   Ulll.f,   ).|    11,1       UUP ���������  i|Ueiiii'N to om'l (I'llIlia.  Mother enn mve heraelf nnd 'h*������ rhlbt  many nn unromforiiible iiuui'ier >f mi  hour If uliv will lukn a little preiiiuiliiii.  Ileforn Hie aloeklnga ure worn ������l nil, t  iileee of material from nn old pair m������v  tm cm lo fit over Hie klm- Tlim fail lm  Nltaehed in the m-w at..iking I.v Invlpi-  Ida sllieliex. It will not 111.lv Mini a p.nl  whl'-ti ������nt |i.-.'.'hi 11. ���������!,., imi. fr-irn  going mi miliKly, bat li will te ���������< found'"-  llnnln which to diirn when Hu* atne. ml  In (.III).   I.,   H.iil'     Will.').   Ill'    ill)   |.lev. I't  Ihe ii������|.i.iir,'iin-< ������t Iti'.i. iilileotiH I t.  eroai-liiirri .1 iliirm whul' liiok like. nuUi-  hif ao mm b m n prium window. .'-f-'iti^ar;.^!^  *i������������aoS������a6CC!t'-������.  Sft^^^ssfSSii53B3S^ssSS555^^^^s  ri  Aisssaiwiatts^BiiBsas  r  THE NEWS, CUMBKftLAMl). BRITISH COLUMBIA.  - f. . I-Utg  Vr.'iA, ���������������  aiv  now est Wished iu our new premises  and  i. vitc* vour inspection of our stock.    We  huve]  jn.st opened out a new line of  fd.  DRJBSSUXkS and STANDS **������ *n tflC PER  Ranging in Price From    f*JO w f^ SET  Our .ctorV:-now  LARGER and BETTER ASSORTMENT IN AU, LINES than ever before.  The Furniture Store  A.McKIirarON  McPhee Block, Cumberland, B. 0.  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Refresh-  Beverage  FOUND���������Ono   large wooden  tank, about half a mile off Shelter  Point, on Juno  l.st.    Owner can  huve same by paying expenses.  Alex. Sulmond, Comox, B. C.  -*.   Mrs. Willis, who lias been seriously ill with pneumonia for the  past two months, is commencing  to regain health *ou<re more, and  her many friends will be pleased  to learn that she ii now able to  take a little outdoor exercise.  ��������� my, ^  Mr. and. Mrs J". U. Johnston are  holidaying in Vancouver,.  Mr John Denton arrived home  from Vancouver on Sunday last,  where he was having his eyea attended to.  Large numbers attended the  Presbyterian and Methodist Sunday Bchool picnics ou Saturday  last. A moBt enjoyable day was  spent.  The  Purest  and Best   A_tti<JMilig^|_lhiLj^iEkH^Si.  and District Football   Association  will be held in the Land room, on  Sunday, July 3rd at b' p. m. Draw-  ing upof etip ties for the season  will take placo.   Payers arid mem  burs are requested u> attend.  0. Campion, Secretary,  Mr, and Mrs. L. Al ounce's son  Shannon, wo regrotiu luarn, is ill  wii.j������ aearlot fever.  NEW COINS FOR CANADA  IMPORTANT AMENDMENTSTO  CURRENCY ACT WITH WHICH  CANADIANS MUST BE  FAMILIAP,  The Mil to revise the Currency  Alii,-which was put through ihe  House of Commons, Ottawa, this  wee's, will be at once another proof  of the advancenfjfint of Canada to  Tlnr~8Ta'tua~of-a'ii-i-ndejienden-t���������na=-  tion wii bin the empire and at the  same time a revolution of the Dominion's monetary system in eo hu  as the familiar noins of the praseiM  day goe*. It provides for ibe coinage in tbe mini at Ottawa of these  coins:���������  Gold���������Twenty dollars, ten dollars-*  five dollars and two and-a half.  Silver���������One doll'ir, fifty cents,twenty five tents ten cents und five cents.  Biotize���������One cent.  Those who nro lucky onouj������h to  have fit miliar connection witb llie  coin of the realm will at once recognize thai hereafter they will  have some unfamfliar figures to  niest,  For inBtanco, all the gold coins  will be nt-w to Canadians Whenever  a Canudian has needed (jnld heretofore he has been oompollwcl  to use  flvo weeks absence on a prospect-1 *Ullw tlje Brhiisl1 ������*"��������������������������� or the  iug trip up tho Columbia river. I American ongle    Jloreaf.or, bow  on the  Coast.  ani madein  Cumberland.  TENDERS  TENDERS will be received np  to June 30th, for the dressing np  of :t flag polo and erecting tackl  lo raise same. Separate tenders  will alr.o be received for digging  hole lor flag pole. For further  particulars apply to T, Carey, Secretary  Cuniberland School Board.  '^^w^^y^^^^.^^^wt^|*^|.*i*.|^^������4**f***l'*f*  By request of a number of bis  regular customers, W.J. Goard.  tho well known piano tuner, will  make a special trip here in July.  Leave orders at this ollice.  Saokville, N. Id., J nne 17.���������-At  the Methodist Conference to-day  the Rev. 11, E. Thomas reported  '���������That the committee appointed to  consider a communication from  the Loyal Orange Association of  ���������Prince Edward Island, asking the  ��������� ���������*���������  conference lo pass a resolution re  questing tbat no change oe made  iu the King's coronation oath, met  and after consideration of the matter, recommended* that no action  be taken by this conference.  iVallct  Mr. L. W. Nui.ns, our post  master will leave on i>wid������y next,  oil two wei-lis well earned vacation,  Mr. Murk H. Morgan will have  charge of tho office ui Mr. Nun 11$  ab'smice.  '''"'��������� Mr. A. McKnight arrived, home  611''Saturday  evening   lust,  aftur  Mr. McKnight had ihu misfor  Mtiio to fracture ft rih uhiUt away.  Mrs (Dr,) McNuughton homo  from Vancouver by 'Satimk-y**  boat.  M������wh Riggn and Whlto havo  Bold out their Slot! Inr hiisincsM,  Mr, liigg will tiiigng' in developing thu coil miiioiiiMi' that pinca,  in which ho is inii*im.tud, We  bojm to loiri) of -*.ljiHii" lining  ranked among the gre.ii.M������il nmg-  uatt'H, sunie of t'iDhH iiayu Afr,  AVhitii hi iipuiiiiig up .i^initii'^l utoru  at Fuxnr.iln, a town mi die (Junii-  iliau Nwiiiu'i'ii Iim* i..f railway,  iihout, I'.veiiiy initio 1'i.mi Siuttlup.  W������ wi'h tlioin ahuiriaiit hiicctwri  in both vdiitiii'iiri,  M'iiil������r Wilt   Ciiuimu urwi'ij  lii'iriit j'l'ijin  V iiriinj,. ,,,1  Siiiuniay  11 *  l������M'|  ...  -*|.. ������������������  ��������� ...  '(."itlllll  Ml', Jolt 1 Iboiiji Hiinu pliMltllgt'l*  by Sllliilny'h oiilgniiig miulimr,  M.*  M-k  /���������   I.v   Knn  nver, when a Cnnndinn noes abroad  ho will not be Mil.joct to tin* indi'i-  iittyof having hi������ country's bill, or  I bono of bank H, which arc probuhly  more reliable than tho *e of many  ImnkBof tho Uni'iMlSuiic8, refund.  Thego!d coin���������call it what you  will��������� and h������r<> is u gnat (ippurluii  nity for tho word onimi^w ar'iH'>*,  bocniii-e it U quite iip|iar������iiithai jui-t  as we ppeak of tha t-olid Hiiiish  gold pltfc*?ntt (lie KovHrcigii and uh wo  decbrlbft Ihe American gold coin nc  An oan In "r i-M half fo nnreafitir will  the llminciers of the world have lo  reckon with thu gold eoiunpo plump  rd with the namn "Caiindu" and  which will nl tho tamo lime hour noon Hn ohvorno iho flu tiro of Iho ������in������  pWf'* unvcrelun.  Th������ chiff ehiingfl in lh" ullvu- coin  U tlio own tion <*f Oinndian ������IIvor  dollar, which Is deiittnwl to meet  tho wifhfH of tin* I'liciflc |iMvlncft������.  Anothiir imiorUiit aincndnumi  io tbo old rurri'iiov net wan a pro-  M.1...I '.'.i.it    ! i"rr,"'( >r nn   tn^ri   t������nii  Horace Smith's sawmill situated near Comox, was burned to  the ground Saturday morning a-  boiit 6 o'cloclj. The origin of the  Hre is unknown, as the mil! when  left Saturday night  was alright..'  There was no insurance, as Mr,  Smith contemplated removing the  machinery in a short time to  Ins new mill on Little River road.  Comox sustains a serious loss, mid  it. is hoped new machinery will  soon be installwl, giving employment to those thrown out of work.,  Mr, George Jackson who hrs  been in the employ of Grieve llros;  for the past year, was taken to the  0. it U. Hospital, I'Viday morning  to bo treated-for appendicitis.  On Friday  afternoon,  Mr,   T.  Cairns hud  a runaway,  but,  beyond  a shaking up and a sprain  ed ankle nothing more surious hap  pound,  Mr. Alex, Urquhart tho same  evening ivus returning to his home  from hip sawmill on the Cumber  Iiuui road, when his horso was  frightened at a boat, on a wagon at  McQuillan1.-*- Livery stable. On  reaching tlm eornor at the Courtenay Hotel, Mr. Urqiilmrt was  thrown from his buggy and sus-  lainoil u fracture of the femur of  his lutt leg. Ilo was convoyed to  his homo, and is as well im can lie  expected,  Football teams consistihg of  pupil*, ox-pupils and ontsiiltru re-  pi'ifBenting Coiirtunay and JSaml-  wick public ������chooU, pluynd a game  on Friday night, which resulted  'd���������Q in favor of Saudwick,  Mrs, J, A. llulliduy is holiday  iug at Now WoKtiniiiHti'K, nml wns  a dolciritte to the  W,   C,   T.    I',  George Kono  JgONTRACTOR  All Kinds of Railroad and Sawmill Work  Logging, Clearing Land, Ditching  Drain Work etc.  Contracts Taken Anywhere in  ��������� ��������� Comox District ��������� ���������  PHONE 21  P. O. BOX 134  *���������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� +<tw<*e>*<>w4***>w*<re^e*e<9w  A FEW PERSONS WANTED.!  x  To complete syndicate now forming for the purpose of       *  buying 4,000 acres of B.C. fruit land, $50.00 cash 9  required and large profits assured. Send for pros- j  pectus and full particulars to the    " '      '        i  Kootenay Fruit Land Syndicate,?  33J5 HOMRR STREET, ^  VANCOUVER, B. C.    t  t ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������>������������������������������������������*��������������������������� ^������������������^���������������������������^^���������^^���������������������������^���������������������������������������������^  I  A****^*WWVVW-*tA**V*  iilUt in (,',vc!j.iii^" fur  1  tb'lit.  wiri'lfVittvcutbiti, held in that city.  clity'o boat ,n) junto lor j'orl.)nii<J,  Qi'vypn,  l>e, Kfit left t������y   Vviduy't bout  Ivf lti������ litHM* ih vietnriii,  TiiHiiU -'Lift*'' Wu)  rtcru   n!  ritfl't*  Tliaiik'tt'liMrlm, wim*  Vuty ttiiich-mii'ixi.  Mr. K. I'ii'kird itn 1  t������l honu by rbut^'hik'  j.iyi.ltl  ii*i,  : do arriv  fi.'.it,  ibar. ;!������(in������i ieit \du<jih*.  Anitlar iiitpor'nnt point wnttdint  while the Oltuwa   hrniich  of tin*  H"Vfi' Mifit wMwillin-r ti.cfim tlm  Thu freighter, "Ittipcrt City"  h;i*5 discharged her cargo of rail*  fur the Fraser River Lu 111 her Co,  ���������}*,���������  j.,..ri.' ri iii!������ni������l un  'PhnrH.  void of Canada  inlo any form it.   .     . ��������� . . ���������    .    ������.  .....     ...   .    ,,..,.   day from ������biMiuesH trip to Vic  wliirliUcoum heiHgttllv ilosiml, il     ', ���������  wao still willins to ito iih it had  dm p, i*"ln Brliinh fiivcteian* out  '���������(OfttiddItn cold, but tht< Attance  mini* nr imtduit ch'itr ima thu v.vx  Miitvbinl would ajijily, fo far flf  Caiiiida iifulf wa* ooikitiumI  Mtil������..titi  Ur*. I). H.   Mi l������..-.t.l.t  nrrivt-i  JiWilV b>  *',.i)t������A.hy* bi.iit  VV. I J, Hailoyarriii'illiMrni; firim  m biikiuHM fr |> tu  Vtni''"iit-������'i-, M  M"!|.'v hi hi (.fhf Jar-i.'lv for hi* film  a  m  C������i*f of fVaUviv.^,!. mul M->  C'<^������������n, of N������tui������i(ii<*. irt*  vUtt{t������i.  CniiiU'rliiii 1, nnd me  Uin  j^tief'-  of Mr, md Mra, Jt.hu '1% not  Mr J. S, Shopland has afwor-  ding to roportH, takon up as homi-  nttx.idr, 000 ttere* of land wi'nfv  milt* from  Kdmonton.    Ilo ex-  DBvelopment League.  Tho Cumberland Development  League met on Monday evening  last, President T. E, Bate in the  chair. The attendance was fairly  good. The meeting was principally  called for the election of officers,  for the ensuing half year, which  dul not be proceeded with ou account of 75 per cent of the mein-  TlrlpriTOTlreing^-presen-t���������as���������called-  for by Section 5 Article 5 of the  by-law. The President was in  favor of proceeding with the election, as he said it was almost im  possible to get that number to attend the meetings, It was deci  :ded to abide by the by-law or 1111-  ��������� til such time as they were amended.  A communication was received  from tlie Secretary -of Victoria  League, requesting that a delegate  be sent to Albemi, to attend a  meet ing of tho- Vancouver Island  leagues to be held there on July  15, The secretary was instnicteu  to write, that one would bo sent  if possible.  C. Campbell gavo notice of motion at next meeting, dealing with  tho by-laws.  A committee of two, Mt.'ws  Willard uud JJato wore appointed  in conjunction with a committee  from tlie City Council to interview representatives of tlio now  company in the interests of Cumberland,  A squabble arose between  Mr.  Acton   the   secrotauy,   and   Mr.  Campbell, over the publishing ol  u letter received by Mr. Campbell,  relating to an  express   oflice for  this city which was published   in  the News of ihe  7th,  hint.    At  this point development stopped,  and a  good deal of thftt which  did not tend to developing was in  dnlgeil in, which is very  much tn  bc������ regretted   Dm why go into the  wliuhi all'air'f - It might bo in tor-  vat ing to thoso who am fond of n  wordy battle, but would  not accomplish any good; uud it is tin*  gootl wo are or should be working  for.   Some of thu members left  the meeting ut  nu   xviy ium...^  frame of mind,    Vou coiiid teii i.i^  their actions and the the that was  iu their oye.   The, alfair was un  hti.-itu'rhiiki* and  (Uidigtiilird,  and  reflwis 110 credit on  tlio   p.trtK'i  pants.    If u*������ havo private tlif  ftmuiwf, let uh   *t'ttle them  out-  hide the league  iiioL'tingu;  or let  us forget   them,   and   while  nt  league iiU'tHiiigi*, ntloud utrJetly to  K. AIDA  ^*AAA^VV*^iV<i\^AiV**^AA<VVS  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A'SPECIALTY  SUITS flQflDE TO   O^DER flJMD  IN AMY STYliE-'YOO LU1S8.  PERFECT PIT GUARANTEED.  Prices Prom $20 to $40.  CUMBERL A N D,  =w\^A**At*\t*\r^r*^^  B. C.  -?vfl[  jptttiiiiiiiiiim^^  | Capital $5,000,OOQ.  I   The Royal Bank of Canada.  Reserve $5,700,000  il  CUMBERLAND   **   C  Sub-Bronchos at Courtenay and Union Bay.  DRAFTS  ISSUED IN  ANY CURRENCY.  OVER THE WOULD.  PAYABLE   ALL  | SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS nnd  in*  1 teroH al Current Un.'es allowed on   Deposits of $1.00 and 'Upwards.  I M. P.iyiONTGOMERY,Mana������er.  %lllllllllll!llltlilll(IUKIIIIM  ���������iwuimtniiitinni���������iiii#iiiWiiiii|i.iimll|  t  P. Philupps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  notaSy PUBLIC  CONVEYANCING  Dunsmuir avenue  CUMBERLAND,  ������������^i>^^'������������������������S>������^^X!)������5X5������^  r,~  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONi  Ladies' nm'. Geiitlenien'ct Suits Made   i> '���������"dr?  from ?ao to 835    All Work Pir������t Class  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  mmim������ti<������/*y������������������m������m������m ������������������������������������������������������������s>������������������������������������������9������������������  The Dairyman From the Magnet Cream Separator  >ll I..WIM .Wii.Mlii,iBail������Mill������iiiMtMMWWMM������.M."MMift'>������������l*ll.i.^^^*������MMrWIIII.TM������iWM������������tlW������.MWWflMII^^  1 am n I'liiia'iim, I own |>r.������i)i!ity in uvory I'rovinm* in Vinttihi.  I h.v>> Oiaivi t> Stay, I .^lUIV Sty Ubpt, I Am Sold u. a Kook.  I Am MniU* In Hnii-ltu'i. Oiiinrlo, I Dn l������erf������ot Wo.rk ami L-Ht a  J.ifi"inio.  A i'ort U-tru on vv. u. ...i *.o, ���������"���������. .'���������������������������  '. V ' ���������'^������- ������MU  iir������i.j| .Ww Ui 1'iiu J/.'>'i I'.a* -i y������W l*1-*  ���������x.Ymi.    Y mri   Truly  MAGNET   CREAM    SEPARATOR  oi't*l# to return to C'������iiion thiH fall,  bti������nuu������������, and liial hii������u.i^.i *di>>nl'!  3E  ivheH hi- two foiiti   will   go   and  Imld down thu claim* lor too win-  '���������r.  ho tho  itilviiiii*i'nii*nt  of our city  nun iii*liit'.t.  Sw������ C C Ht'firnvtt if  yon   wnut  I'ihuu, ilt-inn, Si'wiiif,' Miichitu*,  u-ifttt tor all Hiri* uf ,nn.ji*ni  in.  ^tr������uitt''it>*. t'niiilii'ilaiM, ]l. C,  1    M<v SMii,^' T,   Mutnlfti  xi,-u������  1  *l������t i.i'lil"'-  ������ti-t     lv'|d,t> ,������fU'(,U0'it  I for tin* di-i-l inn* nintv iter inar-  ' rhip������. Sin* mh* aii-ly ft������"i������it'd in  JrtHi.jvJu^ in������r   m.itiy   frif'td**   h\  I Mo. II. !.i",.*r.  WE HAVE HONEY  To invest in any sound proposition,   TIMHKR  I OAL, ������i AGRICULTURAL MNTW.  Make a clear sk������tch ami write fully in your first letter  if you want a definite answer,  Western Canada Investment Company,  {���������Uitto 4*3* Flnok Block, Van������oov������r, B.C  m*mrn*mmemt  P  3������  )

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