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 ���������'   ,  \JA^X *u,>^/,y.  M>   V* WG  ������������������:'       1  j-vl  A ���������   ***���������.  TORlft; .^  C* /''  ���������-*.���������   .j*  -' ^***  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interest* of Comox OUtrlet.  The Nbws, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND B. C.,   TUESDAY, SEPT. 13, :9io  Subscription $x.oo a Year  ^^.^_       _���������   . ,^A.     '      '    '" -_^_������^      ���������-..-.  ""^mmW'mm*m*********i        *mm)i  THE BIG STORE I  I  1  MILLINERY  OPENING  on s&f mimY,- $������?f-. nn*.  WE EXTEND A  CORDIAL  INVITATION TO THE  LADIES OF CUMBERLAND  AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS TO INSPECT OUR  SPLENDID SHOWING OF  LADIES TAILORED AND  DRESS HATS,- ���������������������������������������������������������������-  FOR  Furniture  Wallpaper  Mixed  Paints  ������  Beds and Bedding,  ���������H-H-l-H-M  ���������_ I  MnuiiinwwyunoRWflii  **  A Splendid Showing of New  FALL BLOUSES and DRESS  GOODS.   Store FuU of New Goods.  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave.,     *      Cumberland.  ***** i^Hj^+v^^p^MlMr**/^^**!!!!!*^  MAROCCHIBROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF"  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors,  SECOND    STREET  Development League.  STOVES  and  RANGES  ���������H������H^'M-M-M"M-l-M''-  TRY THE  The Magnet Gash Store.  " T, E. Bate, Cumberland.  ^"���������tcMtt-tttttM^^tt^t^t^^^^^  >tl>k\  Local Option League.  A meeting ot tho ^Development.  I.engue wns held Tliuwliiy nip-hr,  President Shaw in the clinlr, A  letter of thanks was luithorUert to  he Mint vo Mr Hi-yntt WillimiiH for  phuiimintt turned loose iu this din.  trict, aUo for placing a gHmowur-  den here.  Communication wm twioved  from Mr, Miuwon, M.P.P., re tlie  fixing up of picnto ground* nt Co  mox Luko. Mr. Alnimon Ktnteil  5hat. lie had intervlud lion, Mr,  Taylor on the matter, ami he wild  hu could not Roe hi* wny el imr to  spending money on tlio grounds at  preionf, n������ it would ho entnbliu),.  ing n precedent in respect toother  plnco*, Mr Mini win aluo Htated  that ho had written to lion Mr,  Templeuinn ro eiutuin house, and  hoped aoino good  follow.  It xxhu moved by AM Stoddnrt,  noenndod hy Mr, Cartwright, thnt  the City Council lie nulcwl to thi**  n hy law curtnliliig the niimherof  wl*olo*������le hoiuw������, aud that thev he  not ounweeted with any other W������  iue** or need 11* 11Hwelling.  It wh* moved by Mr Cartwright  wcouded hy MrHtoddart, tint the  wcrwtnry Ihj inMrue'ed "u write the  '?oum*ll requeuing tlieui to iu  struct the pel ice to nee ihnt oil  ���������Idowalkn Jare oIumiiimI ot! every  dav. alto bii������>ifi������N������* itreotn to Ihi  vl������������n������������| iwvry work'  Mr Thotniwitt ���������jjokw on the nee I  of Km wrnpcn (or onr public  school, Tlio wcretary wn* he  utrueted t<������ write (lie cclutul hoard  uu lU UUtt'.T.  At a meeting of tho I������oc������l Op-  tion League held bint Tuewlny, a  resolution waa carried nuking the  Couneil tu pHBR a hy liiw rentrfct-  iug the wlioleaulo I'lceimo* to one  only, nnd not to he uomiootod with  any other IuihIihih* wliatcoevur. A  committee wnn appointed to In tor  view the lleonso entntiii**ioner*,  nuking thnt they refimo to grant n  trannfer of license to tho new build  ing jiwt erected, It wn������ also <l������ -  elileil to iihIc the noIleocommif-Mon  im'k to prepare tv list of a\\ .ho hah.  itnnl drunkiirdi*, aa provided for  under a nectlnti of tno now net,  The secretary wan nutliorlaod to  write Superintendent Humpy,  unking hlm to refune t\ wholemile  llcon*n to the brewery and ninn to  frohihit the peddling of beer,  t wan iloonled to invito Uev, Dr.  Spencer to vhdt Cumberland nnd  deliver n lecture in the interest of  the eaiiho.  Hev. Dr. Spencer of Vancouver, Superintendent of the L������cnl  Option League of nritisli Coluin-  bin, is to be in town from 17th  td the aoth of tliis month. He  will pteach in the Presbyterian  church next Sunday morning.  and in the Methodist cliurcb in  the evening. Arrangement* arc  in progre** for n public lecture by  the reverend gentleman on Mon  day -ivenlnj:, Sept. 19'h He is  an able .-weaker, and as he ha*  never before vhited Cumberland  it is anticipated that lie will have  ������ mast cordt.i! .r-rfpthjn.  Citizens^ League.  The Citizens' League met last!  Wednesday evening ir. the counoil  ehnmhers. The membership roll  wan increased hy 18 additional  names. Tho question of dumping  rubbish on the nidus of the ronds  leading to the city wns brought up.  The government agent, as reported  "������y the committee appointed to  wait upon him, snid tha* he would  ���������prosecute if Anyone would report u  ease, After considerable discussion a resolution wan passed nsking  the Council to grant only one  wholesale lieenso in tho city, also  recommending ihnt tlie hotel  "ieeiuo fee lw raised to 3500 per  annum payable every six months.  It was contended that tli������ present  wholosnlo* houses woro running  bakery, hoarding houses, and  candy shops.  It was suggested thut tlm oity  council meet the directors of the  brewery with n view to getting the  brewery included within tlio city  limits.  The elty council's attention was  nl*) driiwu to using of stove nlpos  through building*,' instead of liriek  chimneys, it being contrary tn bylaw. 'TU������ matter of f mild iug  of houses M'ns left in tlio lmiiils of  the board of niniuigonieut to mnke  an nttompt tn persuade the com.  pany t<������ build all houses JnsWd the  etty'lbolts, and nhnndon tlm idea  of erecting houses at No, 7.  The secretary wns instructoil to  wriie tho Postmaster-Gunoi'sl informing him of the fact that noarly  nil the iiialls arrived here nt mid  night, gtvmg tue public unojipor  tuniiy u������ imswm'letters, it wax  also urgtfd thut the Hon. William  Templemnn tie invited tovi*it<liis  district nnd nsoertHhi tho reqniru  toMitu nf tho iii>nril������ lie r������". i'������i"lH.  It was remarked by nome of the  ineinbera that Mr. TemplemnnV  heart was with Vic<orin and thut  thix district was only n secondary  conshlorntion  Other in������itr<re Mt, over tn he  consider**! at tlw mott regular  mn fii't: i������n iho 2t.������t wen*. ux|ii'tn>i>  ortlw ivud Hre w������cit|ttM for the jmb-  Ml! M'luH'l.  .-i.;*n.  ���������' Sm-mi���������Mxwiiir^i"regret any  misituderstnndiug with the editor  of the Islander, on whom I had  no thought of casting such a reflection as he has taken. I would  point out that he has slightly  misquoted the portion of my recent letter which he takes as  casting a reflection on him. Perhaps that accounts for his misunderstanding of my meaning.  To make it. plain, I did uot mean  to say���������and, as I read it. did not  say���������that the editor had divulged  a secret pf the editorial sanctum,  but that Midnight Philosopher  hud done so. Comkadu.  Thcdisplny of Knll Millinery  at the Hig Store, jomprises the  handsomest nnd most Stylish Show  ing of Fall Hats, ever shown in  Cumberland, and well worthy of  inspection,������������������Openings Saturday,  September 17th.  ��������� Om m  Mr, Frank   Shaw, son  Joseph Shaw, arrived on  day's boat.  of Mr.  Tun rs  Don't forget tho Bandmon's  Concert in the Cumberland Hall  on Tuesday evening, Sept, 20th,  dive the boy** a bumjter house nn������  show your  sorvices,  appreciation  I THE CORNER STORE  Out? Jiecu Fall Goods  aire fl wiving  Almost Daily.  The Store will soon be stocked to overflowing with  New Goods. We have already opened up the first shipment of English and Canadian White and Colored Blankets, from $3.50 per pair. White and Grey Flanelette  Blankets in 10���������4, 11���������4, and 12���������4 sizes.  2 Heavy Tapestry Curtains in all Colors.  2 Real Down Comforters, large size, from $6.50 each  9) Flanelettes and Wraperettes in very dainty pattens?  ^   from I2#c, to 35c, per yard.  9) In our Dress Goods' section we have a few   novel  ties.   The new shades are Wine, Brown, Navy and *"...:;.  in the new diagonal stripe.  Large stock of New Corsets, just ani .eel. , iter-  Models.  Large assortment ofJtoman Floss and Pilose;!*, (all  colors'.)  Ladies' Cravanette and Paramatta Raincoats, from  S^.50 each. A large assortment of Hearth Rugs and Mats  Japanese Matting, regular 35c., for fffc. a yard.  Our samples of new Fall Made to-Measnre* Suits  and Overcoats are now complete. The styles and qualities  shown this season are extremely good, as shown by the  number of suits and overcoats we have already ou order.  1,000 Pairs of New Fall Shoes  f  ������v Ladies and Gents already received and there are MORE   it  on. the way. Jf  Never since the store came into being were there  such; values and selections offered as now. We are in a  position to buy right, hence the reason.  It is impossible for us to quote all we have to show    y  you. but it will be well worth your while to see our stock    -  betore buying.   Spend a little while looking over the new  goods and you will be convinced that  WE ARE HERE.  tkttumutr Ave.  CumbeUnd  & Bailey  a*  ���������>  ���������wwwwww?wwwwrm������wwww  YOUR NAME IS GOOD.  ������  ������  ANYTHING IN  THE  JEWELRY   LINE  SOLD on SMALL  MONTHLY  PAYMENTS  STODDAR  THE JEWELLER.  $  .*..  T  V t*\ tet-nn oi tltt* Hig 8toro  Htaff. Iimh nwignwd bis p/witlon.  mul wiil lenvH 00 OtoW l������t,f������r  Nt'iv W������'ntiiifimt������*r.  wh������re he b ���������������  ������V Vi pi ill H pOMljntl,  **mTm, N'cxl door to the Hoyal Rnnk of C.u.ailn, Cuinhnrland.  %  iNlW'B  ������ KEW FALL CLQTHIK ^  How about that new suit aud  overcoat for Fall?  NOW is the time and this is thc RIGHT  PLACF. to got them,  We havo jusi opened up our new MMT������  RITE " for lull, and you should not fail to  vr th** styles .'iiui patents before >ou dcciUu  ott the suit you an*, floing to wear,  See our overcoats with the' Presto1  Collar.  CAMPBELL BROS.  PUNdMum ave.  CUM1f.Hl.ANb THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  By HELEN R. MARTIN.  ���������( "Tilli������: A Mennonita NU*."  Cm*mrtattt, tan. bv JWefJuni. Pt-OUfmJtCa.  BOOTS LACE THEMSELVES.  or nerseir, upon learning what his Impressions of her had been during those  four   weeks  at the  farm   and   upon   And Golliwogs Rida Teddy Bears at  driukiug in the admlratlou which ovi- : the Picture Show,  dently she was sure she had Inspired;    people   who  attend  kineniatograph  doubt." he consoled her.  "That we were under the same root  with  you  for four weeks and never  dreamed of It���������of who you were." she  amended her remark.    "How did you  manage It?** S all uneousciously.   If he led the talk | performnnces'nre often greatly mysti-  ,    "It wasn't very difficult,   he nnR*������T" j U\vav from the������e themes, her answers ; f,eu   bv   the   clever   "trick-pictures"  ed. not Intending an aspersion on uieir | were yague aud her countennnce nl). * w|ljpl) \m, now ��������� feature of every pro-  ! Intelligence. I sent.   There \������as nothing In the world I 1,'riim.   So,  herewith  to lift tlie veil.  ;    "1 never dreamed of suspecting nny- , 8Q lnterest,ng t0 her as herself, and i ������nd ^ow exactly "how it * done-   .  thing.    How could I." she said   look- too     ,   absorbe(, t0 m, or j    Uio most popular sort.0     ������;w{;P'^  i ���������,g da,ed. "when yon used Imd Kng- j ,     ment0, amMo of nnother ,������������������, I   ure    .Mhat whue >m   e ob ec is  llsh and washed at the pump, though , ,       ,    wfl8 ^     f| ��������� net ������uh .1.1 intelligent which many  STORY OF LAURA SECORD.  Ing da-/.ed. "when you used Imd Kng-  llsh and washed at the pump, though  umi um. ".1. -������*- * ��������� ; iw Bt-unv ....v.. e,���������*> ������,������.., .,%,...������. ...*..-v.....;. ,     '.imiau hem" intent envv  1 remember you alw-ays had a separate , Jn ghort( Hko flU cgoUstS( she lacktHl , '  jn ow   a ^ mau wl*i(e (lrPSsiri(l  towel, but you ate with your knife.      , tuct - ! falls nsieeo in liis chair.   The bewild-  (Coutinued.)  "And to think that you may commit  Ontcshcnd to spending his on my. low  plane. Georgiana!"  "He Is certainly quite incapable of  living on mine."  "I acknowledge he Is weak, or he  would have cut you long ago for the  way you treat him. With his students. I  Willi every one but you. he Is strong. I  With you lie is nothing but a penny  dog. lint now. to change the subject.  I'm worried. Who is this Miss Wolcott���������is that the name yon said?���������to  see whom Kinross is leaving your radiant presence tonight?"  "1 don't know," Georgiana answered,  with dignity.  "You look worried too."  Georgiana shrugged her shapely .  ���������shoulders. ' \  "1 wonder whether that man would !  do such an underhand thing ns that!" ;  Daisy speculated, not without indig- j  nation.  "As what? You are rather indefinite. Daisy."  "I don't know how to be more definite. I'm sure."  Georgiana' had to let it rest at that,  for at this moment Mr. Gateshead was  ���������announced.  It was with more than her usual  Indifference thnt Georgiana received  his obsequious greeting. Daisy, who  looked on sympathetically, could not  lie sure that the deep Hush which  mounted to his forehead was due to  the shock of ecstasy lie received from  Georgiana's beauty, so enhanced tonight by her extraordinarily becoming  gown, or to his pain and emhan'ass-  _jneii(^Ofiir_inaniux__^_________  One can rise superior ro a mere  prejudice like u fork, Miss Kllery, in a  good cause."  '"Miss Kllery?' Why don't you call  her Georgie? Sho calls you Pete,"  madly suggested Daisy.  Georglana, flushlug, glanced haughtily at Daisy. "A good cause?" she  quickly repeated. "That's just the  point. What was the cause? Why  did you deceive us?"  'It's up to you, Peter, to explain sat-  Hut Kinross politely persisted and j  nt last succeeded in holding her at- |  tention upon his story long enough to j  excite her mild interest.   She was very i  As,she turned halfway from him to  a chair in the bay window lie awkwardly sat down on the davenport beside Daisy. To relieve the situation,  at least for the sake of her own feelings and Mr. Gateshead's, Daisy chatted vivaciously, but she met with a  discouraging lack of response, for Mr.  Gateshead was crushed and Georgiana  quite unable to force an Interest In  anything but the theme which just  now absorbed her highest contemplation.  Tlie announcement of another guest  was very welcome to Daisy. The name  "Dr. Kinross" sent a thrill of expectancy through the two feminine hearts  in the room, but It gave to the lovesick  mnn on the davenport a sharp pang  of jealous apprehension, for Dr. Kin-  rxwfl' popularity with girls and women ,  ���������was so notorious uh to be a source of  mortification to himself.  It wiih still early, and President Ellery had not yet come Into tho parlor,  so Mr. Gateshead had to perform the  ceremony of Introduction.  Dr. Kinross In evening dress liore  very slight resemblance 011 a first  Blanco to Peler the farmhand. Miss  Kllery came forward across the tloor,  holding out her bountiful hand, nnd  met hhi) In the middle of the room.  Tail as she was. he stood head nml  Rlwtildors above her as he clasped lier  offered hand. Ills face was quite  igruvp an their hands ami glances met.  Mr. Gateshead, 'nuking nu as the two  girls greeted Kinross, felt something  electric lu fhe air. something strange  In (lie expectant, fi'iit������t*lv������> Ionic nf Mr. 1  Kinross'   eyes   upon   Gem-gli mi's   up- I  turned face  ������������������We have heard a great deal abot*  Dr. KIuiush," Uoorgiuua mild, wltb  gracious condescension, speaking llko  11 royal personage ln tho plural. "IIIh  fame followed us won Iuto our rural  retreat this summer to a Pennsylvania  Mutch farm, our letters from home discussing hlm an If- HIio Htopped short,  tier eyes lUcd upon his face, her self  coiiM'iouHiiesH tiiiddunly dropping from  her like a cloak,  "Whs It only IiIh fame which followed .vou'/" Kinross spoke. "Or won  It ynu who followed hlm'/ I think ho  wa* I here llrst, wasn't he?"  (Icorgliiiin stood traiisllxeil, her eye*  growing wider ami wider with wonder  and itma/emcttt, The shock of recognition Imd startled her out of herself,  mul for tlie llrst time In his acquaint-  nneo with her Kinross saw her liefore  dim unaffected, natural, herself, and  for the llrst I lino her face In lis freedom from self consciousness seenied  to lilm unqualifiedly Itenutlfiil.   As for  prlf������ Ontewliend   by  the arm  to keep  herself froin tottering.  "Yea." acknowledged Kinross lu an  apologetic li.fie. replying to Georgian!*'*  ���������speechless stare, "you're right. I'm  I'ete.    tleproni'h mo ns much as you  v,.u.! t .    !   '       1 *��������� "��������� " 1 '-"mv *���������  "Hilt," she  hreiltlied. "bow tun you  tic?   What   what are you?"  ��������� "Ornclnus!"  gnuped   Daisy  Urnclous!"  "Ro iiuitiy things," gulped Georglana,  *ber face colorless, "come to my mind  in confirm It thnt von are Pete���������I  ���������jnesn tlmt I'ete was your'  MfMi,"  cried   Daisy,  staring  wildly.  ������*<l*weltiliti   and  I  culled  you  Pete all  ���������nmmer'   You!"  Tlinf." nn c!(i**lc name "  "And all the while yon more Dr. Kin-  w*nt**T' breathed Genrel'inn.  "Ami I lent yon The tUnrv of tba  Oront Nark lUmed Family'.' Oh!"  fdirlcfced |������nl������y timtertenny  isfactorily  your gay  deception," said  Daisy.    "If you aren't the limit!   Of  all  the foxy tricks  1  ever heard of!  Didn't 1 always say there was some-  ! thing foxy about you?    1 did!    Well,  I talk it out with Georgie, and I'll receive  j your apologies later���������alone in the eon-  | servatory.   Come; Mr. Gateshead, we'll  leave thom alone in this sacred moment of their coming to an understanding.   Let's console each other."  Sho drew him away, scarcely heeded  by Georgiana, though Kinross' glance  followed them for an instant.  He laughed as his eyes returned to  Georgiana's fixed gaze. "She's a jolly  little fellow, isn't she? I mean Daisy."  he explained as Georgiana looked  blank. "Shall we sit down and talk  it, out?", ,  Daisy had taken Gateshead to the  bay window, so Georgiana ted the way i  across the room to the davenport  As they sat down together Kinross  realized at once that her self forget-  fulness had passed and that she was  again intensely conscious- of herself  from the graceful poise of her head  and' the sweep of her skirts on the  floor to every tone of her voice aud  curve of her lips. ... .:  "Now that she knows who I am," lie  "tllffitgirtr^'slTtfll���������recall���������the���������fact-that-  Eunice told  her  1. loyed  her.    What  the .devil's.to pay?"   .,'  "Why." she inquired,* "did you con-  Ilc jouvd hlvisclf cwjcr to tell lie roll the  ,   wonder)\tl story of Eunice.  ceal your identity?    If you chose, to j pressed,  in conventional terms, some  hire yourself out as a farmhand for ���������': Kood   wishes   for  the   fortunate   glvl,  the summer you need not have been | moralized  a   bit about  the  situation,  ashamed : of   it���������I -would   only   have j uud then returned to the more impor-  houored you for It.    Your laboring In j taut subject of herself.  j conjunction with nature���������I can quite j    when, after a half hour that had  f understand how lt satisfied a want lu | been all too short to satisfy Georgiana,  j your soul.   How little you understood \ they were obliged to come forth from  j me when you thought l would look j their retreat in Dr. Hilary's study, her  I down upon you for it!" j face was so beaming that Gateshead,  Kinross mentally, sighed.  being superior again, and patting lilm  on   the  head  for   hiring out to  old  Morningstar and consorting with nature!  "It was so original of you!'' she  smiled, "quite Idyllic, really! A fa:*.-  Iiand who read tho "Vedanta Philosophy" of Swaml Vlvekonanda, wbo  took a half day off when he pleased,  was treated by his employers like a  privileged boarder, smoked fine cigars  and hnd occasional relapses Into good  English!"  She was certainly carrying !f off  vory easily, all tlilngR considered-  more eiiRlly than ho was, In fact. He  was relieved at her Interpretation of  IiIh escapade, for he would have found  It rather difficult explaining his disguise If sho had not done It for hlm.  "But how did we both happen to get  to tho Morningstar farm?" she suddenly aRked. "You could not hare  known Hint I was golug thero, for I  did not know it myself until the very  day t went."  Your Biipposlng that I would have  ereii audience then behold bin clothes  detach themselves from their hooks,  move across the floor, and fit themselves on to their owner, his hair grad-  niuch   surprised  of course.    She  ex- ' U;,">' net smoother and smoother as if  ; attended by an invisible brush,, till.  j linnlly. it is beautifully parted, and  ! Ids collar fasten round his neck, and  j his tie creep up and arrange itself in  1 a neat knot, his undone boots lace  ] themselves un, the laces creeping in  and out of the eyelet-holes, and fastening in a bow at the top.    '  To begin with, the boots were photographed unlaced. Then came- a stop  to photographer to put the laces  through the fust eyelet-hole. He  snapshotted this, stopped agiin to init  the laces through another hole, and so  on till the boots were finally laced up.  Kach eyelet-hole represented a stop  and a fresli photograph:, but when tlie  picture was completed, the pauses  were cut out and each snapshot joiu-  ! ed u*\ The result was the audience  snw the laces o.uickly wind in and  out of the eyelet-holes of their own  accord!  Suppose, again, it is desired to show  a Golliwog having a walk.   Photo No.  1 shows bha doll in position.   Then a  stop while the photographer lifts one  , of  the  figure's  feet  for  photo  No. 2.  ' The next photo will show the toot on  tlu* ground again, and its fellow-uiem-  :' ber raised, and thus several snapshots  are necessary to record a single step.  Multiply these by some hundreds, and  join them all together to run in quiak,  succession,     and���������hey.     presto!���������you  have Mr. Golliwog not only walking,  i but  jumping,  dancing,  riding on an  ! equally live Teddy Bear, and generally behaving in the way one would expect such an eccentric-looking gentleman to behave.  Coming within the province of "trick  effects"  are  the    numerous   pictures  ; where, for a  bri'������f instant, a dummy  t"lvnyr"to-take-the-plaee-������fra-li.v.ing_jnan,.  Take the case of the representation  of  a   scaffold   accident,  for example.  The movements of the living actor are  photographed rir-lit down to the actual  moment  when  ho poses for the fall.  Then comes a  stop  while a dummy,  dressed in similar clothes, is arranged  iu his place.-  The fall of this with the scaffold is  snapshotted, but immediately , it  reaches the rround comes another  stop. The actor is then placed on the  exact spot occupied by the dummy,  with his limbs nnd clothing arranged,  ns far as possible, in the same way.  At a sig*ni)l the action recommences,  and the camera records U)e writhings  of the injured man.���������London Answers.  How Ostriches Are Plucked.  When    the    plueking-time     comes  A Tale of Canadian Pioneer Life That ]  Never Grows Old. !  Undoubtedly Laura Secord is the ���������*���������  greatest of Canadian heroines. She  performed one of the most heroic teat*  in the annals of history. Thi* waa  suflicient to make her famous, but the  romance which colors the history of  herself and her husband adds much  to the glamor which has always been  associated with her and her name.  Further, the deed whicii she was called upon to perform was the kind  which appeals to Canadian men and  women. A nineteen-mile tramp by  moonlight through an untrackeu for  HAS BIG CONSTITUENCY:  BURRELL'S   RIDING   BIGGER:*  THAN  MARITIME  PROVINCES.  Fruit Farmer From the Rockies Is One-  of the Hardest Workers In thc Opposition Ranks���������Was at One Time'  an Experimental Fruit Grower In  the Niagara Peninsula���������"Put the  Lid on Grand Forks."  Martin Burrell, M.P., represents  Yale-Cariboo���������which is a trifle larger  than the whole area ot the Maritime*  Srd. s.^Wt.SH'wiriS; 1 ������;z^1:"ti������,^r^,dt������'  a;;Zcmte,,tiiUn ^  *"<*"*"* ^ > ^dtr^n in*T.^Stn'ol ffit  1!,,,.������, iii.,n,-r,n via= ii���������> Hn���������������M������, nf i tia Burrell begins at the international  no,        ]?, ,r 11   ������     nitW,?oire   boundary and ends far beyond the last-  I  Loy  to Ontario  about  1795.  Ho ������nc tho I x'ey.    It includes   several   ranges  leading fruit-farmer 6f British Columbia. That is Kettle, Valley, a few  miles from Grand Forks, which is tha-  town home of Mr. Burrell and the-  liome of the Granby smelters: such is  the contrast of the Pacific ��������� from  Northern Spies the size of a man's-  two fists, pears almost as big, plums  as large as a small pear and small  fruits twice life size, to the smudge  of a smelter. Hence the complexity  of labor; the Asiatic problem���������the invasion of, the brown man and the yellow man.  What wonder that Martin Burrell,.  who for ten years has been hiring labor in Kettle Valley, should be considered in the House of Commons as-"  one of the most expert authorities oiv  labor-protection in Canada? That is-  why  Mr. Burrell has got  reputation-  She was ! when he saw her, was in despair, aud  ! as she moved through the rooms, her  girl friends all decided that KlnrosH  Uud certainly proposed on sight.  (To be Continued.)  A Trying Climato.  Water   freezes  ever*,   nlglit   of the  yeur at Aim Cruceru, In Hollvla, while  at noonday the sun Is hot euuiigb 10  blister the flesh.  Comets.  Peoples In all times have been afraid  of comets, and the dread ot their approach lmh driven strong men lo death.  Hannibal ami Mlthrldnles committed  suicide, uud King Louis, ihe debonair,  of France and LoiiInh, uioilier ot Fronds I., died In sheer terror of the Miming portent. The great Charles V.  became u monk becausu ot 0110.  Chinese Drinks,  The national  drinks of China  iih������  siimshii, n kind ol ninn*k. and liocslui.  which looks nnd tastes much like mum,  nursued you,thither. If I had known, h j ,,   ,���������|lir k|m, 0f  beer made trow  certainly a compliment to my tame," 1 Whmit malt,  he bowed.  Sho looked ut hlm -wltb a slight suspicion In her eyes, aud a fulut color  en too into her clieaku.   But bur native ,  egotism blinded her to irony directed |  against herself.  "H was 11 strange coincidence, wasn't'  It?" she said; "but hardly fair." she j  added archly, "that you should huvo !  hi'i'ii taking 1110 In���������If you will pardon l  the Hinng-for four i/ookti without my !  knowing It." !  "On tho whole, you behaved very 1  well. Miss Kllery."  She looked so complacently sure of It  that lio could not liolp lidding. "It iv-  mains now for us to tllw.'oviT whether  or not wo nro 'on tlio same line of  inarch,' whether wo nro 'at one' anil  can 'elajip IiiiikIh."1'  She  was not In  the least dlscoin- i  posed by Ihe allusion.   The bright col-!  or lu her face wus nuinll'o'dly a glow  of delight.  "Vou must lioowwiirlly tie fur fn ml-  viiiHo of me," sho answered.    ���������Vou  ivlnn>   Hu.' iin  I Uu out, ...-> ji i i'.,<./ii   ,1.1,.,  but give me lime, und I will intili tip  Tht Dlotlonarv,  "Nelrhor Is 11 ilictluiiiiry a bnd book  to rend." says Kmersoii in his essay on  bonks. "There is uu cunt In It, 110 ei-  cess of explanation, unit It Is full or  suggestion, Ihe raw material of pussi-  bio piii'tiis iimt Histories. Nuthlnu is  wanting bin a little smutting, sorlluu.  Ilgaturu 11 nd curtilage,"  Outta Perch*.  fJntlii pprelia Is 11 'iiior conductor <������t  elecirlrlty. tor which reason ir is iiiiini  Silcci'ssliilly iini'H tor llimiliilloii nt eiee  round, it Is necessary to collar the  troop of ostriches, This is done by  sending about hall a dozen men into  the enclosure ou foot, and 0 couple on  horse-back, to britig the stragglers in.  The birds are driven into n smnll  kraal, about forty yards square, and  in this kraal the nlucking-boxes stand.  The birds are tfvn caught, nnd, ns  quickly as possible, small linen bags  are slipped over their heads���������a process  which immediately conquers the bird,  for, fimlinif himself in darkness, he  will stand tromhlini;, and ready to bo  pushed in any direction.  With the ha-.'s over their bends, tho  birds are pushed into the plucking,  boxes. A man standing outside the  bov at each Hide gets hold of thawing, nnd clips the feather from ill  thou, wnlkingMund to the mil, clips  the tnil-fenthers also, until the whole  troon hits passed Ihrouijh the nluck-  ; iiig-boxes, Six men will pluck 150  ' birds in one day.���������Cape Argus,  I A  Realm cf Romance.  Africa   has   been   full   of   romance;  ] fortifies have been innde nn.l equnn  founder of the town  which goes by i mountains, two river sygtems and a  that name.   His daughter Laura was I *ho.',e series of valleys, in the most-.  about twenty years of age when the ! fertlle ������' which Martin Burrell is the  family come to Canada. Shortly afterwards  she  married James  Secord  of  St.   Davids',   who   was   afterwards   a  successful merchant in Queenston.  James Secord was a young man who  had also shared in  the sufferings of  the U.K. Loyalists.   His mother was  one of  a  party  ot  five  women  and  thirty-one  children  who  had  arrived  at Fort Niagara in 177C destitute and  starving,  ln    October,    1812,    the    American  troops crossed  the frontier but  were  defeated   at   Queenston   Heights   by  Gen. Brock.   James Secord helped to  carry the dying general from the bnt-  tleiield. ln the linal assault he himself was wounded and in the dusk of  the evening  was found  and  rescued  by his wife who had gone to search  for him.    In  June  of  tlie  following  year the Americans had for tlie first  time gained possession of the Niagara  Peninsula.   The British had outposts  at  Jordan,   Beaver -Datus  and   other  points, and the Americans were advancing against them. While entertaining a number of American oiiicers  in their home at Queenston, the Se-  cords heard of the enemies'  plan to  seize  the  post  at   Beaver   Dams  the  next day.   The husband still suffering  from his wounds was unable to 'make  the attempt necessary to warn the  j troops at this point. His plucky little  n^"i^tiTeTeforer*stuTted-off-in-the-inid--  dle of the night on her drendiul journey. It was thirteen miles by road  but the roud was unsafe becau e ot the  American gentries and outposts. She  must needs tramp through the bush,  wade the streams or creep across fallen trees on hands and knees. She  must needs also avoid the Indians  who though working with the British,  were not likely to respect a white woman whom they found wandering iu  such a fashion. However, the frail  and delicate woman accomplished her  nineteen-mile journey and tottered in- I  to camp in time to enable the garri- '  son to prepare itself for the attack  and to win a tremendous victory.  Getting Even.  When Governor Tweedie was a member of the New Brunswick Legislature,  an act was passod regarding the revision of tho voters' lists which wns  strongly opposed by the Opposition  on the ground thnt it gnve an undue  advantage to the party in power.  Hon. Mr. Tweedie mude light of  these objections, and pointed out that  oven if the innjority of tho revisors  in certain parishes happened to bo  supporters of the Government, in othor parishes mutters might he rovers,  ed, so on the whole everything would  work out satisfactorily as in the ease  of tho Irishman's picture.  A visitor, he said, onco went, into i  hous,e in Ireland, where ho noticed 11  largo picture of tlio 1'ono on one wall,  and a picture ol King William 011 tho  other,  "I suppose you think it strnt.go,"  snid the woman of the Uouno, "but my  husband is 1111 Ornngomnn nnd I 11111  a Catholic, so when ho hung King  Willinin on tho wall I got a pieturo  of the l'ope to put fornliist lilm."  Do you ever havo nny trouble ovor  MB. MARTIN BURRKLIi.  as nn orator; in cities of the east nn*  down in the club centres pf the Unit'  ed Stntes; not because ho has grown  any flowers of rhetoric but because-  always he hnd somewhat to sny in  the shape of a real message on the  labor question, and because he is at  heart a cultured English gentleman  who for n good ninny yenrs was nccus-  touted to stand before audiences and*  speak his mind nbout fruit.  Mr. Burrell wns born in Englnnd;  educated nt St. John's College, Hurst-  Pier-Point; wns in the Gloucester  Bnnk till he wns twenty-five yenrs ot  nge when ho en mo to Canada, whicii  wns in 1883. Two yenrs he studied  horticulture in the Ningurn Peninsula. In 1880 ho settled in St. Cathu-  rines ns a fruit-rniser. Thero he had'  charge of tho Ontario Government experimental stntiou nnd begun his career ns a lecturer on fruit topics���������  which wns a very good wuy to cultivate lucidity of speech nnd'n convincing slyle of argument, In 1000 he*  went lo tho Kettle Vnlley, whoro he  established the Hivordiilo Nurseries,,  since sold to a local company there.  Mr, Utirroll's first public olllco wn*  Mayor of Grand Forks, nnd bis winning of this position was ono thnt  marked him (or (uturo honors, The  town hnd nlwnys run "open" in wont-  the matterP" inquired tlio visitor  1    "None," wns tho reply, "barring tho   ern mining stylo; roulette tables nnd  I twelfth   of   July   when  John    comes   joints of all description were allowed  ,���������..,,        , ,.      homo lull mul jumps on the  Pope, j to operate openly Sunday nnd Mon-  ili-rod In 11 dny.   Ihe hWory of Hie 1 T))pn T gl,t ���������., 0lirIy in t*10 morning ��������� dny, day nnd night.      Mr,  Burrolt  1'iirvii'   Mine,   Mtuated   not   far  frim         ...*.���������<        ,     , , ,.i <*-,��������� ���������. ,i���������,i..i.���������i.. ���������  Bulnwiiyo, Uhole*iii,   Is most minim-  tic.  Not loin; since this mine was given  up ns worthless, mul changed hands  for n teii-pnuwl not', The purchaser*  commenced work in earned, with  most gratifying results; ������o mueli so  tlmt Hhodesl'i,. Ltd., declared the output of the Fnrvle* Mine, after thirty  days' working frmn a six-stump bnt-  tcr'y ami one irrindlti������-pan tn be: From  and take King William down street opened his campaign as definitely op  and Iriido him lor 11 brnn new Pope, ; iKisod to theso conditions: ho wn* mot  which I hnng up in his plnco beforo; by tho influences ho differed with  John gets nrouiid.   When John get* 1 nnd their ninn put Into the field. Ft  ow  up ho thinks Ins must hnvo jumped knowing Grand Fork* expected to recr  on King Willinin by mistake so he ! lilm win; but ho did, In tbe most idlr-  goes off nnd buys a new one und Unit , ring campaign tho city over ������nw. Thc  ,    .,      -., ..* .i.~ ..........������������ ---��������� ��������� ..... .  is tho ond ol the 11111U0*.'  "lid wns put on" nnd lm* reninlncd  on ovtir sinco with different prominent  citl/.en* diking (urns nt sitiin/t on it  1 ���������      !...._.      Ji        I  VT-       I..1T1..I.L.  Castles In Spain.  A  few  week*  ngo  were chronicled I lo kcoii It down.   No roulette tnblei  . - .  ��������� ljn , tlm claims of one Mrs, C. A. Camp- I no red-light dlstrlc . no S.ii.dny sn-  Hlii ions of ore crushed. 2.IH0 ounces , ,|(,���������   whn ,.���������|m|v informed Cniiadiaii* I hum*,  lmvu  been  known    11  Grand  of irnbli also yi ounces from I'.'fi ton*   t,mt' {]w otlnwu authorities owed her j l'ork*_ sinco, nnd ,w>von  wcll-kept JI  trie onbUMMiu oilier eiecne endue*    of cyaiii.b^and,: ,uuU07 ounces from j J," ���������i;���������i,7n'a'r>" worth'of. l���������nd;:U,o  Frlcllun   iiiiiws   negutivjj   eiivtnovation.  Birds ot Pars-Jilt.  Probably uu luii'mis uiiil lins 11  smaller (inhibit man 1 ht* bird of piini-  cllstt. So one k.iow* wiiv 1 tu- varieties  of tills lien til I UK bird nro (vtimied In  Ihe island ul ,\e\* iiniiici imu 111.-  ii.-ihlii���������iKtii     i-i.i'-ts     ,'S      ,\ ii.-ir:ilia  Mt tons of evnni  UfMI  censed hotels rcplnco tho twonty-flvu  There 11 ri,* man*, other island* uot tin  with you, and It Is my liollef that we   uwuy where llie eimdiiloii* wouii) siviu  11I111II llml ench other and meet very ;  vitally." 1  "lloiivcn  I'orfend!"  wni  Ids  mental  comment ns they both ruse now upon ,  tin* eiitrniico of tbo venerable piesl-  "flood ; dent. I  other guests began to arrive, ami;  Klnro-m was obliged to leave tier to  her duties as hostess.   Ilo foiuul Daisy  nml look her out to tho campus tor u  ���������troll,  It  wa* not until the *up|n-r hour;  pm i.ei.inlmin her Ill'sl b������l '���������>' n-i-piu-  Inun  her obligations  tlmt  lie uumIii  found  Iilmwlf alon������  with her.    site  iimU mlvantage of hor mnuicutary tel  sure   to  Invito   hlm   to   her   father's  siudy. when* they coold ls������ by ilieni  tetvt-a to finish their talk.  He loomi inmiMilf eaa*t ���������*��������� ><���������-��������� lei  "And ilMn't think nw������ ������ fhlnlng ana*   ������u n,������. wonderful itory of llimliv. ami  ������v������ an n farmhand, did you'*" no sooner were they alone tlum b>* l.e-  Mt enn't  grasp ItT'  half  wh!������p"tt*'1    ran i������ ri-tnte It.   To his surpii-e. he  Ce-itrtilnnn. hint n hanl time to fftt her atten'ion  ���������-It will come to yoti gradually no    upon it, ro t#i������t was ahe upon tun.in.-;  to be ������������������i|iiiillv tavnniliie in uieir exist-  eiicM. tint iln-y are not found stnoug  them           lime*, if well n*   ,,1 |U|1, t ^bmhaiii among other sliced. 1 saloons and joints thnt once ruled tlm  "ill ounces of silver,   'Hm total yield , Nl,w W(,'jmVo n Uttlo nntintinl reel pro. I plnco.   In UHl-j bo was chosen to con-  if gold was vnliieil nt -f.V.l.fKHI. ,im (n rowr,|,    c, \v. ||ei*e, 11 'Be ! ie������ft  Valc-Cnrlboo,           ~    -- i vear-old Toronto chap, clerking in the i    Since Inking hi* sent in the Hour*  A Sure Cure lor 8urlln������������������. !'o.T.ll. Irei.dit deViirtn.ent for n liv- | he ha* paiuii.J golden opinion* botlt  ti,.,.  u .. .���������iirii.ii- ..lnnt thai tirom   iiw. ������vs thnt om* hundred and thirty | a* * Fiirllami'iitiiry debater ami 11* n  Then* is a en i" 1- pinni u n l*mr��������� ; ' .1 i..,; .iiilhir*' worth of Pliiliidi'liibia i  eader  amongst  his  party,    He   ill*  In Anil.h. nnd I- kM'-wnJ.y (lie nnnio |    J   ������������.J J,"1 " t* Mm  l,i* "'mIm K.l- ' ninilo no enemies,  In  the Hoiho or  nf the "bHi������bing Plant.;   This nam* - U������������H> f   ' 1      I.     ��������� , r , i ������������l������  nml  lis*  Irequently   tnken  tlm  com.** from tho fu������t that nnyano who | ������������rd Qunnce, ami iievcn oim r nnr*. , flnnr ^ f|mM   of   <nn,J"flB   nnA h).  ������������������"-* "*M ''"u"t ,:","^.,M!������--. ������������������;^������-1 ;;���������;;���������;;;;;;.,*;-, 'pM,;,ifnti,er. coi. nnk.*r. i ������pwp|ic������, ti.ougt. uncouir������ron.i������ing m    ��������� 'hii,'   i-UiXi  elements  point  holi!  party  ' M  Sundials in China.  The Chines** ii������*-e earnwi tht art ot  snndliil* lo iierfei'iinn one Climes*  waieliiiiiikcf nas iirniiiB������-������t hia front  |sirt*li in sueli a wii) lite shiidow ot  tin. |mmi������ tell* He* nm* ny nnit-o to  n-gului* Hn> waitiies,  cull in**.' the iiio-t ndiciiloii* capers lor   jeiii^,   11.1pp..   01   "���������������������������   .*..���������...���������������..������   -....w.  A   the end of thi* I me tho , houbvard* and -U.--.-t car* *onwttnet  ��������� Un,A  mil .Male  values a* high as  an hour,  renclioti  mine*-.    Tlie  dancer  1* ex- ,  hnusted. nnd 11 deep ������le.������p enmes upon , (liiiinouil*.  him.   After n imp "f ������everal hours, ho  waken*, with im reeolleciimi of the antic* ho ha* |������irfuiiiii-d���������Madras Mail.  read,.,., ���������������������-*-     iuij ������������������������J*a "j ' ;Ul���������no������,ds;   The  lease expired  three | tho"fact  I* generally  forgotten thiit  \fler 11 iiti'i of ������everal hours, ho ' year* nu"������.. Mi;"-/*. HH*c nnd Qunnco j there still remain Mated part* ef the  Far Flung Dominions.  In these days ol wireless telegriphy,  * generally    .  remain i*nb .     ,  were iiii the job at once They have world where King Kdward's death will  Iweii -knocking the evidence ii**n | m,t j)l( known for wiino time yet. In  shape lawyer* hnve lieli*'J them 1 the fsr-nwa)' beautiful Ifitcairii It*  s,,\U !'... i>l'������".e!'- ������.'ti tl-��������� t.'ul <rce ,Iuivl> and TriHim d' .U'Ufvlu ��������� which  They have traced the warrior nack to 1 are liritish |H>������#e*#ion*���������it may be n  the hour tbat he ������'t sail on ihe bii- year or two before thev lenrn that ���������  Sent* ef Smell. j ������������������������<(,,T������  i���������   Kr.i.*l.ivl  l<������uc  t������*lore Ihe   \um������  [r,,���������,    Hniiil'iirg   Mr    Uie   New   ne* King #its on Ihe Throne, unlet*  There I* w������ end i<������ il url<������|ile������ nf I u,tr.sbi<iioii of tobacco, according to , World.    Their  cat-tie*  in ������i>ain  for . some trading ship is drifted in tbat  Miiell     li l������- tie In*!*!*-*, ������t������e vsp.fr   Tin*   l^iieb.fi   (!r pliic.     Vie*'*  have   s*,ri������e lime hnve l������ok*������l briulit.    Hat > direction,  uf a  Ihinwl  M������a������ -mell* and ������.������ itt*������ 1 \r*en di*ever������-������ in.b-ld.-H In Ihe m������r-   s little tiiaJdeiiing "it" lias cropped j  lliitiiil in Um- ������������������������������������ U������*lt.    If hio Ue I Uf ������f cbun 1 - I nilt Wore Europe'*   *t������-  ,������������������������-nr li- I***.**** <������������������������ *���������*** f-t*-* '���������*** '' ,-'tt   n-niK-'K*'*'*'"    w*������l������   U'blCOrt.   *������������������  * *" '-*fr   '^1 ...������    ..^.....    ,...t.      ............Um    ,,\    .i.r..^kA*  Smoking Deiors Tobacco.  It  kceniv  |n.,|..t.I.. tb>it  there were  ������llx.k<r<*  in   Ki.i-1  m>.,.  fffn**** i������ rw-ognii* any odor '  llirrw at *U-  HU ***m mult.  11U   r.-;������.t������imb!e   io  ���������������af������i^������**  *,.> .f.'   ���������-���������'.  tlmt d.f  ni-tk'tt  tt   S������"������-lli������  Ib^l   tti'    .     .  hertH "I ���������������"������������������������* -"it. eitlwr m������licaJiy  or   l������'r |il*'ftir.     (Vifufont   wa*   in-  Cenvlett I" No-������wsy. i *-,H\*-i lor   i-'iooi, though whether ���������  TtM������ n*n* W **t >���������**'*������������������> **f*- **-**-** to    ||,,|.^ mm* '.   -I a   tK- | r������4VMI trn-mXlU*  A  Get Hit Whots Job.  i.iE.L   hii two ye 11 rf  Qunntry Scarte Fl������h.  >    In consequence of complaints thit  1 th* CVrmtlt h*hing imfustry *uff������r������t  JS;',1* , ������eriou.j.  iuj,ur)*  trom  the  target prac  i * ������i...u<i l-r cj;������ji������;ure.  Wore-t<r. Kng.. and icI only did his . Xtoe ot Briliuli **sr������bip������ in St. Austell  i,iicci���������.or late hf* clothe* and nam- (flay, firing will I.i fnlnre be restricted  Ut. I ut al*.. in. bent. He went to i to the month* ot Mny and Juno ami  1,1.., ���������.,*, ,i,������* ������������i->*, aud now baa I the midlt** of Jut v. ani Ihe hours lm  n,-in,d h.r. 'tween f a.m. end S o.tn. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  i*  The Doctor's Answers  By Dr.  Lewis Baker.  ' ..The questions answered below are general in ohar- *  acter; the symptoms or diseases are given and Uie ans- j  ve'ii will app>y 10 any case of similar nature.   Those  wis.ting   furtner advice free, may addres^ Dr. Lewis  Baker,   College   Bldg., College-Ell wood Ste.,    Dayton.  Ohio,  enclosing self-addressed envelope for reply.    If <\  unable to obtain  any   of   the     drags   fnentioned   of T  your-regular drurgist, go to some prominent large re- I  thii drug  store which is sure to be well stocked.'      ���������  ORIGINATOR OF SPOONERISMS.  Mrs. A. B.���������-f receive many such  statements as yours. You have never  fully recovered from la grippe, and  there are thousands who have not.  ���������Symptoms are pains, shooting pains  in side, chest and limbs, nervousness,  insomnia, thinness '���������' and wasting,  langour, shortness of breath, headaches, neurasthenia, melancholy,  weakness, trembling, loss of appetite,  etc. One may have any or all such  symptoms and more. Here is a most  wonderful tonic and vitalizer of the  system: '<A  Compound syrup of hypophosphites  5 ozs,, tincture cadomene compound 1  oz. (not'cardamom). Mix. Take a  teaspoonful before meals and at bedtime.  Mrs. 0. M-:���������The symptoms mentioned, such as pain in left side, heart  palpitation, shortness of breath, bloating, belching, gas and wind, with fullness in stomach after eating, vomiting  at times, weakness, etc., all indicate a  dyspeptic condition. Avoid pork, pastries, doughv bread, etc., and have  this filled  comp. ei  ginger 2  take a teaspoonful after each meal.  Increase dose if necessary .  George R. W.;���������I cannot give treatment in these columns for such trouble as yours. The reasons are obvious.  If you, expect answer, you must give  full name and address. I never publish names.  A. II V.:���������The symptoms you da-  scribe indicate catarrh of kidneys ind  bladder, accompanied by puffs under  eyes, swollen feet and ankles, inflamed eyelids, painful, burhijur  scanty���������or frequent urination, pain in  back, soreness in bladder region, etc.,  can bo readily corrected by the use  ol this excellent prescription: Fluid  extract buchu 1 oz., comp. fluid balmwort 1 oz., syrup sarsaparilla comp. 4  ozs Mix. Take n teaspoonful after  each meal and one nt bedtime. Drink  lots of water between meals.  Mrs. X.:���������The bedwotting "habit" is  a disease of children and can be. corrected and cured by the persistent  use of compound fluid balmwort, Ob.  tain one ounce, snd give from 5 to 15  drops in water,. after each -meal, between meala and ai. .bedtime." Symptoms may .'increase. Jit,flrst,.. but. continue treatment 2 jar '3 montns. 'Keep  tho bowels regular'always.  Maid:���������Every lady Should endeavor  to improve the 'figure''and I know of  one formula which'���������has proven very  successful in developing best,' arms  and <neck.! Tincture-; cadomene ��������� comp.  1 oz. (not. cardamom)* glycerine 2>o������9.,  rosewater 3 ozs., , borax 1 teaspoonful.  Mix all together, shake .well; and np  ply to tlie neck, amis and bust", rubbing "and massaging until completely  Head of New College, Oxford, Is Dr.'  Spooner.  One of the most celebrated men in:  England to-3ay is Dr. Spooner, head I  of New College, Oxford, who haa giv- ,  en to the English language the term j  "Spoonerism." ':  It    is   doubtful,   perhaps,   if   the i  quaint  little doctor  has  perpetrated1 ]  one of the  verbal mixups  to v.-hich j,  his name has been given, but generations of undergraduates   have   exer* [  cised their   ingenuity   in   fabricating |  exaniple:!.     Most    people    at   some  time or ether have unwittingly made  a spoonerism,   but ihe  New  College  don is supposed to make them all day  long. ��������� |  A spoonerism consists of the transposition of the initial letters of two  or more words in the same sentence  UNBURN  Blisters,  Sore f eet.  Everybody  now   admit*:  Zam-Buk best for these.  Let h. give YOU ease  end comfort """  Druef'ili And Stint tvtrnwnm  am Buk  "FROG AND FLATIROM"  The Ins and Outs of Inns and Stout���������  The "Pig and Whistle."  j   These warm days Englishmen do a j  I good deal of eycliug or walking in the j  jcountry on their   spare   afternoons';  nnd.jt is not .improbable that,   their |  throats parched  by the hot sun and j  land the dust. ,'.iey will drop in nt the  j'Trog and  Flatiron" for'a glass of  j bitter,  which  Good Queen   Bess  her- '  '.self described ns "an excellent wash." I  |lf it is'not the "Frog and Flatiron." I  jit may be the "Pig and Whistle." or j  | Ihe "Green Man," or "Spotted Dog"���������  ! In fact, the English countryside is dot--  i ted with signboards bearing the most  extraordinary legends.  Why,  for instanfce,  should  "Frog"  "THE DEAD HAS COME TO LIFE*  A "FRUIM-WES" MIRACLE  fozsf tfih'TJ i"f.s^' fcthr^hlr._������d_m������.  sage with olive oil or sheep"' fallow  Do this morning and night for several  ���������weeks or months if necessary.  Mrs. G.:���������Use a half teacup ol lard  to which add a teaspoonful-of sulphate  of quinine. Mix, and. - thoroughly  grease baby's chest, shoulders and  abdomen. This will che,ck and cure  the cold... Apply morning and night.  Farmer:���������For '"loss'Vif' appetite I  know of nothing better than 15 drops  tincture cadomene comp/.in half glass  of hot water. 15 minutes before, mealtime. A powerful, tonic for stomach  and stomach nerves.     ;n ������������������;���������  No   More   Irishmen \  "Na, na,  I'll hue nae niair Irish land "Flatiron" be'coupled together?  men,    said a Scotch farmer to a Hi- -The answer is siipnle... Two publicans  -  ������������������- - -���������-    beruian applicant for work; "the last! had amassed greitt Wijhlth, "one. ot on  borne ot the best known examples at- ; w������ that 1 had dee't on my hnn,' and I inn called the '"Ftth������"' the other at  tribute*!, to-the head of New College ihnd to bury them at my ain expense."inn inn called the. "Flatiron.'.'. They  are supposed to have been made at U.0cl1* sore, there's no fear o' me;, amalgamated. Neither qnred to An-  table or in the college chapel. ibhure I can get a snrtifHkit from the.1'done tbe outward ani visible sigh of  houJe of me masters that.I never died' his success, so the joint venture was  wid none o' them." ,. j thenceforward known Nis   the "Frog   .��������� ��������� an(j Fintiron."   ��������� ' .- ���������.  The Oil of Power.���������It "is claimed fori'   A8flin������   why   the  "Goat   and   Corn-  college chape  Once when he wanted some stewed  figs he is said to bave electrified a  luncheon party by asking a lady to  pass' him' the pigs' fleas. Those who  know (he doctor would understand at  onc^ that he was merely asking tor  "the. figs, please."       . ���������..--...,  .At th,? same luncheon he is said to  have  asked   his   neighbor   to   have ; thut  greatness for itse;f nnd  all  nt  "some cf,this stink puff," pointing to  tempts to surpass it have failed.   Its  excellence is known to-all ���������������������������who have  tested its virtues and learnt by experience.  AH  The Way of a Woman  "The .woman of today," remarked  the shoe clerk boarder, "doesn't 'seem  to know what she wants."  "Your wheels need lubricating,  young man," rejoined the fussy old  ~t*ircht*ftjr"Ht'i;hTrpedTfl^^  mahogany. "The wonder of today,  like the woman of' nny other day,  'wants anything as soon as she finds  out she can't get i*."���������Chicago News  Minard's  Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  Receipt for Love Charms  In . the court proceed ngs over the  will of Mrs, Mary A. Mason, of'New  York, it was stated that at. her. death  she hnd a whole box full of love  chnrms. One charm was mnde of two  pins with their heads together and  .bound around with string. Another  consisted of three tacks ��������� wrapped in  tissue, as though they were diamonds*  "Jumps, can 1 iru-t you with the k y  of the wine' cellar?"  The New Bullet* (slilIly)--"Certainly,  sir.   I've seen all the Inljols."���������Life.  Howjltls ,,Done  "Some folks c'nll .fji'fcie Jonns a tight  t-vad, but he isn't. ' I|.weii't up to him  this morning and said, "Pncle Jonas,  I'd like to speak to you*.1 Add he snid,  'Don't say a word, lad���������you want to!  XmThe hand  ed if to mo."  "You think him generous, eh? Well,  what were you auout to touch him,  for?" ���������     . ���������*....  "I was going to ask him for $10,  but-"     ...-  "He knew it. Yes, he's pretty  shrewd."���������Cleveland Leader,  t'an ornamental dish of pink jelly.   In  cha'pel it is recorded that he has read  out the first line of the well known  hymn which starts "From Greenland's icy mountains" as "From Iceland's   greasy mountains,"   and   has  spoken   of   Ihe  wicked   men   whose  words were "as ears and sparrows."  Once, when he was not officiating  in  the service,  he  was  surprised"to  please."���������Pittsburg Post.  find  some one occupying his pew in  ' *   '.*  .���������chapel and addressed' him -sternly  .with  "Are you  aware,  sir.  that you  are  occupewing- my   pie?"  One  of  the  quaintest mixups  put  down to him is perh  ���������once used in a sermon  the vague, half formed wish so'often ���������,,., .</-.,.,���������. ���������,���������-;,���������.., m . u������������������*���������  .experienced in the mind, .he ��������� raid.V,,;1^.^, Jupltfe'! ,'T ������* bents  ."We all know whnt it is to have a >'������**������?* -Boston  "half wanned fish in. us." ;'.'".        : J ,dUs-cr."Pt* _   .���������  , Late for dinner one night, he sidled'  .'.into the. room  with  the  explanation'  that be had  been "hatching-a-pasty  snipe;"    Even   an  old   friend  would'  take "fi  moment  or  two  to  translate'  this into* "snatching a hasty pipe."  w  His .poetical description of a gypsy-  encampment as "a tipsy gent pitched'  in a pot. of grease" was even more  -complicated^���������Of-course-he-meant"*  gypsy tent pitched in a grot of peace/'  Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil that it will npnss"?. Simply a corruption of the  euro every ill, but its uses- are * so''P*ttritnri ; motto, ''Gk)d-*.vencp7irpasses  vufious.that it may be looked upon us!us-" Why "Bag o' Nails"? Sny "Bnc-  a genera! pain killer.   It has achievedi chanals," and you have it.   Why "Pig  - - ��������� 'and Whistle"? Merely a perversion.of  the wording "Peg and Wassail," pegs  being foT^nerl'y used to mark tankards,  into measured doses. ' ,  There is no aspect of his. subject  Mr. Hackwood does not treat.' It is  interesting to Londoners tb learn that'  "In the regime of King Edward the.  Third only, thr'ee taverns were liU'qwied,  in England: one in Chepe, one in Vfal-'  brook,   and   the   other   in   Lombard  'MHS. JAMtS FCNWICK  Enterprise, Out., October xst, 1908.  "I suffered tortures for seven long -  years from   a Water Tu.ipor.    I was  forced to take morphia Constantly to  relieve the awful pains, and'! wanted to  -die to get relief.   The doctors gave me  up and my friends hourly expected my ,  death.   Then I wis induced to take  "i*niit-a-tives" and tliis'wonderful fruit '  medicine   has  completely: dured me.  When I appeared on the street again .  my fri?nd9 exclaimed  'Th^ dead has  come to life.'   The cure was a positive ,  miracle."     MRS. JAMES EfetfwiCK.  50c a box���������6 for $2.50���������or trial box,  25c.   At dealers or from Fruit-a-tives  Limited. Ottawa.       '���������-..'���������  Ihey were having tea on the lawn  'How  niaity-hYinps  of sugar?", inquired the hostess!'"'���������'"    '  "Two lumps," answered the young  man, "and only ore ci\t"rpillar,--.-if you  ������.ru"1'  i.nM"_Pin0i,���������mpM.i ��������� street.    Later, however, the custotn' spread  Mi������������������   ,,    1 ���������  ���������       T~^ ~ .    considerably, and   official   ale-tasters.  Minards   L. mm ensures .Garget- in* ^reintroduced, whose duty it was to'j  ���������-���������n*8- ��������� *'    ������^-      i go  round to   every    ale-brewer,  and '  taste the ale-on the day-it* wds'brewed  His Only  Blemish  When .the pious looking lady entered the bjr-d shop and statcdjher need  of a , talking parrot, the proprietor  '"���������reckoned .'e'd got the we'ry' thing the  lady wanted."  "Course mli'm," he said, "you don't  \yanj a;.vulgar bird. Thi^ .'ene one,  iiow.^wns brought over by ,a missionary.' "Talks like a reg'lar Hymn book,  I'.'o' does.    1   wouldn't let Wfti' go if I  est  mixups   pus 1    Q    ,.    ���������������������������      , .    aps a phrase he ,, , ��������� ,������ee, t\}l.t m.a.n w.ho -lust wenti For approving and passing the brew.J-didn't think you'd give him a respect,  on.' Speaking of'"*,*v. He l������nded in this oity with bare; he was entitled to a fee" of '"one gal- [able home. Thirty-five shillings that  -j ...:.,u ... J?,������������������ .feet, and now lies got a million."       jlon of strong ale and two gallons, of rbird', ma'am."  LIFE A JGHTMARE  Helpless and BroKenDown,  Dr. Williams'PinK Pills  Came to the Rescue.  .���������  strong .... __..  small wort"; so it may be'taken his  verdict was generally favorable.  ���������   Subsequently this; gentleman' gave  place to the oflifcial ale-tester:.  :   the' official  ale-tester  wore leather  breeches.   He would "enter an inn un-'  ex'pectedly,. draw a glass of ale; pour  it-, on .a wooden hftheh, and then sit  doiyn in the little puddle he had made.  There he would sit for thirty.- minutes  by the clock.'  He,���������would"'cphVerse, he  would sftipke, ho'would'clrihl* with, all  jvho_askedi_him_to.: but he would" be  There are many who' tliink anaemia  His "descrintion of his;baeea"e to nr is , tro'ul>le confined to growing .girls  roiLov    nnrVor    n~   * "t L    r!t=* nnS   =    aiid   WOIllen,   but   tlllS   IS   Hot   the   CUSC. ,   ���������.   ...   ,     ..        .,  h������J LrJiLl.r-               g               thousands of men are anaemic, and; and this was the test of the ale-,for if  bug    was simpler. ������������������   - ��������� ��������� .'.;,,..,.   ._.^...���������  u.:, u������,*i =.,������or in  very careful not to change his position in'any way. At ..the..end of... the  half-hour he would make as if to rise,  -    ��������� *> t        '������������������*������#  "Ypu'll.soon' know!" screeched the'  Polly,'.'!'You'11 soon know!"  "Dear inc. How quaint," gushed  the lady; and thirty-five ��������� shilling.?  changed hands. "What does he mean  by "you'll soon knowj' I wonder."  "It's 'is only blemish, ma'am,"  smiled'the bird-shop'man. "'E's got  it'into 'is-'end that every one's anxious to find out wot. t\ missionary sez  when he 'its .'is thumb with a  'ainnier."���������London  Ideas.;      ,'* - ' ���������  There is eomeHiine forced nerhnns' llttnl)ule  lht'ir  growil^ weakness- toj the ale was imriure,:iif'''H had sugar in  inert is ���������������m*-.tning torpea PPr.haps J11(1|ltal    or    ljhysical    overrt.ork     br, jtl the tester's leather''breeches would  '-   -.--,-    ....   i_    iU���������. Uv..^a1.     U-\,l.  if. Ili^rA  jn his definition* of a happy evening  woitj;,  and   who   do   not  iippear  to! stick fast to the' bench, btit if there  Practically oil ;Cannili.an Druegists,  Grocers and General Dealers sell Wilson's Fly Pads. If yoiir storekeeper  does not, ask him ������vhy.''  as  reading quietly    by the   fireside,  ^aiisw* tniiit they are swifUy'missing; v/as no^ sugar in the liquor, ������o im  The Pill Thnt Brings Relief.���������When  after one has ptrtiikon of n meal he is  A safe anil sure medicine' for a child  troubled with worms is Mother  Graves' Worm Extei'niinalor.  "Joseph," said his motjjer reprovingly, "t ;'shoul*r/ think you'd be  ashamed 't'or be in I'h'e same class with  ^Ji?, ^ ^t.i^^ "hUting the  intoliar^tuihL.r'k.i^n^ gISI > P^fi^,^1i;be,..^f������!;^ l^heir\ I b^WeU.I"|[!^!",Sdt,^o.y0'^        *  (upon the iriiifter in a different way altogether. It makes me feel fine, to see  how proud the small boys n*e to he in  A Dry County  Tho 1'indlord of a hotel in n prohibi-  tion county in Indiana is very deaf.  The other day a drummer who was  nt the hotel walked up to the desk  where the landlord was standing and  asked:  "Landlord, can you soil mo n  slump?"  The landlord wo'ghcd the mutter  thoughtfully,   Then he replied:  "No, sir.   I'd like to help you, but.  nose    of his little,one        . debility, and that   their 'trouble" is  Dr. Spooner is an albino wi h the duu  ltntiroly   to  the  fnct  Ihnt  their  weak sight ���������characteristic o! the type. bi���������0d is watery nnd impure.    If tlie:  He is :qlso somewhat absentmlnded. tl.olli,i0   is   not   taken in ihm> they |  ' '''"" "'" a* '���������'  ������������������ Il)!ISS ft"01" one stage to another until j  .A Four-Legged Bird. a break lown i* complete, and often'  The crested hoactzin of British Gui- until a cure is beyond hope.   To men |.  nna is the only survivor of a certain   in nil walks of life there is no nieiljfj  race of birds, most of which are now  cine so valuable   ns   Dr.   William^}  words, the tester would  his seat.,  not stick to  Lucky "London.'-  One of the most.remnrkabie facts !Dolinln'tor*'"'* " blg ^ Uk������ me"~  ���������in connection with dramatic nomen  ���������clature is the extraordinary: success  whicii  has attended  well-nigh  every  which   contains   the   name-; of  Most .potable'  known only as fossils/ The honetzin  Pink Pills.   If you feel jaded, weak of; ���������'J.ViLinri" in it* title  inhabits -������������������--.��������� ..j-..  .���������������������������_  ..-   ,   .i. .." ��������� ,,.  ... n  ..,..i:., *.i.���������i I . Kpntion .   in ns iuiu.  South  yond  to its retiring habits and to the fact .Making good blood, is the mission, ot; YZArAAA'divn"vnnri iuto bv the late  "* ~        \\llli""'    I>i������l������   :l������illa      mid'    anmi ! ���������L':)3.''''   ''VI - y-U}������ ,"bIJ   ,' V    "-_,'���������."  ia'biVtire mosrVeciuded"forests~of worn out th.se  P.lis 'will make 'thntj ofTiT^JlmnT trMr.''* George" ������' :crlin*< nVDr,������"'  uth America, and its survival be-, .rich, red blood that   puts , vim- nndi H1   v fomous drnnin   "The Light? o' *',   lo"1";>'��������� G('  nd its congeners ia doubtless owing energy into every portion of. the body, i ?L" Ln '" udficb   ������ice its nr diction   k]T'-* ' ,nt'    '  its retiring hnbits and to the fact faking good bloofl. is the ii.issiotv of j ]���������i?*\ v^Ss a��������� bv! thS lat" ffi i Sl!J i!!,"!,0..^'  op|ires.s"d by feelings of fullness and j the dnrn-'d drys is wntchin',nie so clnsi  pains in the stomach he suffer" from'I had to cut it out."���������Saturday Even.'  dyspopsi'i, which will persist if it he jng Post. * *  not dealt with.   Pnrinclce's Vegetable^ '  u_ ���������  ������������������  Pills arc Ihe very best nrd'eine- thnt '��������� Abreast.otytrj'e Times  can he Inkmi |n hring'relW    Those;    "Whaf.sAyiWdrhe^h business?"  pills are specially compounded to de, 1,    ������0h,.|^VM..it|'|i������ovvrw of new Hem.  with dyspepsia,   and   their   stoning; brandts,''    -,-      ���������,  f|unliti's   in   this   respoet   ran   ho; '  , ���������'"     'J,Ji;'  vouched for hy legions of users. j  Visitor (consolingly to Tommy, who  has upsi-'t a bot'le of ink on tlio new  carpet)���������"Tut, my hov, there i.s no use  snilt milk."  ���������������������������Course  not.    Any  duffer  Ml you've got 'to do is  ��������� , ��������� .    , "nd she'll   lick it up'  ,Hut this don t happen f0 be milk, nnd  :inninnm will do the licking."  disfigure-  .'idies. Hoi.  remove   tha  nost and climb about like monkeys long cherished ambition of coming toi ,,---'"n"^";,.;! ��������� ���������������������������������.,:. ���������������(v,���������d rinlv'to  over tho   ndoining   limbs, and look  Canada.    My  health    nt    that  time:   tL ffil fo"CUl"   tSR  .more like .treo-tonds than bird.,. ., .     wns nnrnml, thoiigh I Was never very! J**.},K!X' ''(..f " , jy ������ a So   !������"ta*:-t.ro������*,TI������r���������.w.M.kaM.,n.t^  "Did  vou  see Iliflite's portrait in  tho^nuKln'?"  "No.   Whnt wns he euroil of?"  "Vnnity, 1 fnncy, nftor he saw the  picture,"  Ti.  ei  r  Mutual Compliments  ec0     At n ceitiiiii church it is the plensing  th iPustoin at a maniat'o. for the clergy.  unvaryingly   good   results;   "Whilst i"'" to *������ish the bride after the core-  London Sloops," whicii  ran coutinu- i niony.   A fining lady who was about  ously in the provinces for nearly twen- :,0  ty  years;  "the  Streets  of   London," ! '"olish tin  "���������  ���������   ���������  ... -i    .. l.!ui������.  innrrii'il in tin? church did  irnHjipet and Instructed  not  'ior  Applied Lenrnlng  Tho Alisontiuiii le I Professor���������My  tailor hns put one hiitto'i too tunny on  niy vest. I must cut it off, Thai's  funny; now Hire's n hiit'.onholo ton  ninny.   What's the uso of aritliiiietio  The niodillcation of the foro, li  bfRins. nt once after hatching," Mien of my departure 1 wus overcome with  tho elnws of the digits full toff'nnd  a feeling   of   genoial    weakness nnd  tho  wholo  elnw-like  hand   begins to. faintnoss which rendered me so inert  llntten nnd becomes wing-shuiKHl. l*'ea- nud    lif 'loss   that    niy   dnys    were.       yt.nr������-    ,.,.���������  ai,.-,-in  .     .  MINAKD'S LINIMKNTCO,. Limited*! U^^0?" rlVlflr' -" - bu"^������   '-"  ^n!11!!'!-,1'!. ..Hi'.'!!!!!: ....C'.!,,fS!',1!!,!i!!n   which to'this dny (thoiigh iioarly^lfty I S^',);'' l',n^1l^^!L!!'!!1!'"^.!'!';  Dear Sirs,���������This full I got thrown on j "row 4   " roi""e' " ' .nn,....,,..,, ^   ..  ..      .���������,...,.,   n fi'nco nnd hurt my e'n st ve-y hnd,!  ���������o I onuld not work mid it hurt nm toj ��������� i......  llrtn���������  t i,,i     ciaws  upon  ''"���������"Ttltonibs eVon .... ..     tllitt one would hardly suspect tnat havo a complete tost.'   A rest, how  in the nestlings we huvo the nonrest.over was out of. thn qui^t oi; "a' fort-' tjiln" niiTht- nftor night  apjiroaoli,to n quadruped found niiiong night's holiday I hnd and thoii buck "    ��������� *  growth is  mains of  The nd  breathe.    1 . U'ieil   nil   kind,-  of  nieiits end lliey did me no irood.  On,..hoitl>   of   MINAPH'S   L1NI-  MI'INT. warmed* on  flnll Is "nnd'applied on niy bron t, cured ino coin-  :Pli't������*!y. ,,��������� .  C. IT. criSSAnaOiSf. *  Rosswny. Dighy Co . NS.  is filling; tiioatres all over Groat. Hri-  existing birds,  Amy���������Hns  ho ever loved auv girl  before? .  Mabel���������I don't know or care.   What1 '    . '  ] want to know is if he over will lovo ��������� ��������� ,,,  nny girl In tho future. Tin- reverence fur t'o Sabbath, ,iii  __     .... Hi-olhiml sometimes fikes ii 'fin-In one  It Is an uo; Isputed    not   that ono would hardly have uiiticlp-tcd,  package  of  WiLon's  My  Pmls    lma i    An old Higbbiii.liUMii once o.xphilnod  killed a bushel of house lllos,   Fortn. ito an English Inuri I:  tintoly no siieh rpinntitv eon over he     "They're a (i*������|.f|.||ilng set o' folks  found   In  a  well    kept    bouse,    hut  here, nlr, M I theyitrorniiil I'll give  wh.-thoi; they ho��������� fnw or niiiny Wilson's.ye mi inslnnoe o't.' I.i.f Hublmth just  My Pads will kill llto-p nil. .as the Ui. 1% vns skalin'. Ijiero wns n   ��������� jdrnver chiM, fnio |)uii'Mes'i<loug the  Mnzoy- I was taken for twenly-llve nnd, wlnstlin' nnd lnkin' as |mp-v ns  today, and I am only eighteen. if it was tie- middle ,.' in week,, Wei 1  Dalsy-VMuit will ynu bo taken /or; ir, our lulu is rffiod-fonrini' not o*  when yni nro twonty.flyijP., I lads, and thoy just net upon hlm and  "lur better or worse, .    |ji|uiuM killed him,"  Historic Doubles.  Those almost perfect doubles Gcorgo,  Du Miiuriur and Sir Laurence Alr/in-  Tmlciuii wore nearly iiidistiuguifii*  irtilo, The stury (foes that a lady sitting   beside   Lu  Mnurior   nt dinner  to oiu*n  my  daily  breal,    Tho  next   ���������*..  years wore n series of misery and <|e-.'.,'.,.,-; ,  spair, hoily and    lirain   undermine)*.   Mr;  i*6li'1fl '  A Two-Year-Old 'Artist!v-  Hrjlon  Hivifrp,.' II.A..'whoso  hn������ boon before .tho puhli67t>i'''-  'os-  with a o<,in* ''ini the iloi'ior ������'6Iiin ' "n.,mo him boon before .tho puhliOVt*1"  only cull debility, but apparently *iy-ihdu.lit made the interesting confos  could tint cure,. Snatching linlidnyii/nj,;,', ^frV.Milthnugh In. jiaint'd a plo  when I could I struggled on until tlio '.^re ft^nntJie was twelve x'eett of nge,  opening of   'KlliO,    when   c.oinplelely  piustr'it'd  1   wns cniiipelloil  tn go to  fitartoit conversation   by |ioolipoohiug  fny parents n"d become irbuideii (o  nil iiloa hi n' rost'inblnnce. .....  "You ' know, *.Mr. Alma-Tadeinn, I  tliink it's ijbsurd to sny Hint yon and  Mr, Du Mnurior nro so awfully alike.  Thorn's really no roseniblnnce st nil.  Don't you agree with nW*  "Quito," wns the pelitc answer;  "but, you seo, I liuppen to be Mr, Du  Mnurior." i  tbem. My lie wits simply un exist.  I'tii-e onl friends sni I, behind my  buck, 'coiitiuiniition.'  "In Ap'-il. ItMHI, I h.'gan faking Dr  Willinin*' Pink I'ills. Thr-*) ino-His  Inter, mi July |-(, | h |!e I frmu l,ivri>  which'.sold fiir'-jfltlO, his v**.enl Isiy  drew n'bird when lie was two years of  ago "which," to quote Mr. Iliviort/s  own words, "is far nnd away bettor  thiin any ef my. *nrly effort*/'. Mr.  iiiviere Juis painiej ,#11 sort^./if nni-  mals, but his fiivvtnle subj'vi'ts ore  dogs, pnrticiiliirly 'bloodhound*,, ��������� On  one uceiisloii a v'tv line bloodtiound  Could Hardly Walk  For Pains in Back  Kldnnyi Were In Bad Shape but Ours'that   Dr  Was Effected and All Credit Given  to DR. CHASE'S KIDNEY  AND LIVER PILLS.  Ho tunny miffer from lame, sore, nr-V  jug iuii-k nml do not reinir." lne M-n-  nusness of their conditiun heeinise  they do not kimw Hint this is an un.  inintnkahlti symptom of diseased kid.  tifys.  When It is sn easy to get rcli.f ami  pure by iHiiig Dr. Cbn������e's Kidney and  I.lver I'il's yon would wonder whv  anyone should take Mich a terrible  risk.  Vou een !������> mire of repel l.y u>dn?  I  Chased  Kidney  mul   Liver1  I'ills an* ������ woriileifuliiieillcitiis   For  *!* ���������*������* -bn lit f.t'I I cowM hiiidly -walk  for pains in the buck re*uiliiiig from it  bad   Cllie  nf  kidney  iliseiis,.,     I   tried'  several r. niediii lint i������nt im >i. tt.r  ".���������"���������I'i'ing l.ir. I'lui.io'n rtidiivy mid  Liver Piils advertinod I decided to t y  them. Ity Iln* time I hnd uiied three  bitxis I tit letter and kept on until |  I   II'.d   live  boxen   ullMI   I   f 11   ItM  Well  as I ever did.   .So siitinfnctnry wns this  medicine Mist it is n pleasure to <c|| i  otln*rs nIhhiI il."  Miiio-i auviiiiiiy cun tell you about  curt* limiigfit alxitit l.y Dr. C'ha*<*'������  K.'.ln. J .u.J I.;vu IML. Th.il m-.u i,  in mn di/ecl ������uil cerium that yuu nil'  Royal Rat Catcher,  The dignity and emolument* ol llm  rnt-calclier nt Ilucklnghani l'n|nc������ nro  cahulutuil to create envy ninoug tint  ui|euiployed. It is true Ihnt as a ratcatcher bis pay Is only $40 per annum. Hut no i������ also turncock, lor  which In* receives $,������)5 n year, toueth-  er with a rcidi-net*, rent (rt*, nitjint-  ed in tlie very centre of the fashion.  .line I/.ill 1.1  l.wlKlllll,  III llOM- pruxnu-  ily   Ir,   the   y'tA      Wf-   1L.I1   ,���������       f   l'.,f '        V:   ;''T     D ,    ,<   ���������.  Iliinient,  Trafalgar  Snunre.  nnd  tha' George*.  residences of the nobility and gentry.     Moth -r-HnHicr  Viero, "nnd told.thi* ninii in'olwrg*/ to  tako it nwny iil.onec Tl������������t niilhtf tlm  dog died (UUIig iiiliil," -   ���������  pool op the luu'Mall for Mnl|tieMl. w������������������ |,r���������H3bt to lljs'stMdlo to pos'n ns  fuM of ii u life, eneivy and hope, In ��������� ������������������������������������������������������ -., ,]mtf-^ tln-iminml show.  Him gr.ni einintry I mu mnk't'ir t������T ,,i m,;,,,..,. ,>i,fiif������nM.,,!'snid1"'Mf:*������i-  und   I   owe   it   nil   ti.   Dr.   WilliJims'������������������-" -���������  ��������� - ��������� ...i.i*.i..*. : ;.."A*,,���������.������������������ ���������������  Pink  Pills.    In three    nt mths   they  elieng- .|   lie-   fr:||)   a   to,I V'i'l- 'v. Ti '.'I;   to  ii hi'idthv niii'i.   M'l'i'ii dootors failed  they st|. e.1,.,1, ...id I hone.-tly li li������ v,  they saved my life." 4.  Vol!   Clllt   iMi.-im   Hii.   fre-.t   health  pi vim- iiiedie-ne from  any >l--fii-Er or  by mail at Ml cents, a Imx-or slv Um s  f'f   *".���������'.<���������   fi-      Tf..-   Dr.   Williiiih*.'  Modi, ino Co., HnVckvillo, Onl.  '  clergyinun that I did iiol-wish him to  kj������s me?"  , ������������������:  ,"0h, yes,!'  "���������And what did he wiv'^'  ,"M,|e snid'Hint'ilt !TiWI.-*1iselii'< would  cjfiijtfe_.iiily.half !!ir> **t**d .**���������>���������������."  ii,.'.   i     ii .^.^Linij!., 1.j  KfeepFit  "TrfurKrain, mlf^lcu and ncrvet  dcpchd,;upon good physical  condition.  Se'curtj-jt by using  BEECH AM 3  PILLS  Hew Do You Pronouncs It?  a������ltt Bury whir*"."  ���������*-m*-mm^ nj, , ,   , r  In Hmii ������| tint*.  ll*e>.  tl  this inelicinfi loeiiusi* of Hi direct aiul J,,,t ie'iiVi'tg" fh^VVoilg "w'hIi'iiiT fi't'il  romluniil ncth-n on l*������lh liver and ktd. j,,,. **,,> \*fjofi<i  tvys. Ordinary kidney mnlH-in** f������r ff,.,M.\ Ki In.y and I.lver Pills  often fail lifetime th<-y do_n.it wnttiv,,,, kidm-y di������w������. hilionsness, In-  llie action of the liver and Ikiw.I������ and ,Hgi>.tum *M w^������tiii.atiti.n. On* pk\\ n  do not give th������ liidncys any citance to ,\M^ as rt������. a l������.i. at all de������|,.r������ or  fer xroll K liiw������n������.ii,    IMt-w    h    in,,    Inmnto  Mr.  Fr������l <ini������mi������r. Mill**, I^Ha Write for   fr*������   ropy of   Dr, Chaw-V  To., Ont., write*: "I can honestly say! Recipes,  Shaktipsari's Irishman,  An  Ktiglishutan  nnd  nn .Irishman  H'i.������.<.  Imm'I.i..   ..o   .. r(������n.......I   ....   IV.,     ..V  jcit of .Slniki>|������.iire. "I defy you," ������aid  tho foniier, "to Hnd a single Irish  charnctcr in tin* wholo of his worki."  "Well, t pmii give you two,-at nil  events," replied ihu Irishman-"Mm  O Pbilia ami t'orry O'Unus."   u  He forgot llnuilet's Intimata friend.  who ntfKMl IhkjiIi. him whilf be wn*  i..iiti'iiiplatiiig his uncle in dsvotioti.  ������n>l i.li*i������rv**d, "How eoulil I do it;  i.i.,   m\y,'���������:   I...   *,i*   pi.i>niSf '  His Wish. '  Mr*,    Uiblmaii���������1    wil   yoa.   Mr  Wiltmnn, if jou continue in you-  pre-eiit life of extravagance you it  .ur.lv ^iy for it mmm dny,  Mr Wildmnn 1 wi*h, my (fear.'h*t'  tiiv fredilon had Hm aunt* faith iu  my ftitsl int^niion*.  whic  If  y<i-,i vii-iiMu't i  lillliV  I! ,A,  bed  .li fr  DODDS '  KIDNEY  The well-known niiwsparer nroprrn-'  b.r  and   M    P.   for . Kirkcnhly,    Kir*i  llanry  Dah.iel, |ji'iirs'..n . imnio wbbw^:  p^iiiiomii.'iatioit offers ^i. den I of dnlt-  c'ultv to  Iviiglisliuicn. I l;!veti  in Hcnt-  i.r< of Hii. iifinte call them- ,.* Dal- '  >i*ll, siilnit Dal.Si'll, - miiin< Hnl-/.ci-l, ,  mid Mime ������nnol) 111., uiiili- thu lair  (i������'orgi*> Dnlitiid ottcil alluded to hint-;  self n* "Dittrle." Prut. Dnlmid. of  Ivlinburgb, (.fefi'md tin* muiuhI pro-1  i.uneialion, un.I in in- h ter yearn .ul. '  >���������-,,������.*>   on-j*|ii.i   ue ......   .���������...^.i.^;  Ins naini*.   Whon ������*luil!.*ii)*������*d alxiul jl,<  Ik- rcpliid, "Why in.:*  II i.n *i' bfleml  Hii't*. plm-k it out."  Wben Buying Sllv������. <  .Rimmbtr thai'Iht lengttl  muting, bttt-dttlgnti tlhet  pint it bt bid la ib*  IgJIJ ROSfRS-BJflOS-  bund. 5poon$,tttlii,tnlitr,  tit., brttlng thit Init math  tit htttllf pltlti tnd- will  wtat lot yttn md fttit.  Unit,,ut,, ttilti ���������niffi.  <i,m ,.**i,.  HCRIDCN BHIT������ CO.  mi.!>������������ i������������M������i.iniiim  "Silrtr Piatt Ihnt Wean"  PIUS  'M t  \      'r'MT   S    0������\'i  "Mlf  If-  *  Not Hit Darlin|.  "I do cnn*idirabletliu-iiies< with n  torn* )iv ibe rt-'imi' "' fi-i'lioi?." *nid t*  l.iuy.-r, "and Hu- oiii.i |.i> I Irn-.l to  vA Him on tin* *|.li.tiie Tb*- ������.f������������*rffltor  l������������id lin* br- mn* loi-s nii-l *n������i*d enll  lit*'. I bung u<> tic t.'ft-.xi-t. mid about  l'*\e Tliiltlltt-4 Int**. the t������'l| raig.  TbltililllC   it   *i-   i'i'- ' 4-   I   -.'tel  " *II������-lT������*.   Ilsrlimr    l'������ *n  trying  Ia  got you for sotm* nne  '* *H<ii������   ilari"  )���������������������������!    ������������������'.I Tf*- dnt.ifiy''  tefdM  a  irirli������b   v.iu* st  th* otrw������r  *������nd, ani th-^n I ifnt-t me rttett nf ibe  ���������r**eeivwt.   1 ������i*h I kin*-* tb* mouutn. j  I'd lik* to explain.' j  TELKWA, B. C.  on um tn line of (hand Tttink Pa-  .������������������ii I' ���������!'��������� .i* :,< i^i.I,f ,,/ r,..|,  .it'ci nl'.i-iil i?i I mining dmtiirt.  I^it- from lion up.   Writ*' for full  NORTH COAST LAND CO'Y, Ltd.,  410-11-12 Winch Building,  V������rw������iiv������f. B C.  Lanrfon OfTir���������, I Old Jswry  W. N   U��������� No. KM. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BR1TISJH   COLUMBIA.  Tie Cumberland' ews   '  issued  Every   Tueslav   bv  the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing  Company  This paper will not huhl iise.H  responsible for the opinions nf others, as may appear in its colnmnf  <rom tiine to time.  TUESDAY,    Sept, IStli,   1010,  KUPKKT LAND DIS'J KICT  District of Itui������it-  TAKE nitie- that Lilla Eleanor Jm! in-  -nn. ot Vancouver. B li. occupation, nw-  riid woman, intend* to apwly fur pirnus-  sii.n to purchase  Uie following deed ibed  units:- L. E. JeukinKon's S. B. c ������ruer,  0 uimeucing at  a   post pla.ttd at  the  north eaat corner of Secti. n 1, Towiahip  -i\, thence we������t ICO chain*, theuce uurtn  ���������-'8 tshains,   more or lean to Georgia L n o,  ihence east aloi g the lake shore to Town-  hip line, thenee south 8S chains more or  Ion to plaoe ot commencement coumiuing  310 ucros, more or !������������������������.  LILLA ELEANOR JENKINSON,  ,,, Wm. Leslie, Agmts  D.it*d Juue,23r<t, 11)10  coast land distinct.  ��������� ���������   ���������. i o ������������������  District oi Const. IUiiu* 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Edward C  Townsend   of    Vancouver,  B  C '  gentleman, intends to apply for per  misi-fon to purobase the following  described lands:    Cor/inoncing at a  poft planted about 7 unlets   north  and2 miles east of lie   southeast  corner of CL3358, th������*i>oe Bouth ������0  chain**,  'hence  west   80   chain?,  thence north SO chains, thence east  fjO chains, to  poet  nf  commencement, t'onU.!������iing 640 aci'CH, more or  lea?.   EDWARD C TOWNSEND.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  HOI ERT LAND DJSIK1CT  District of Hubert.  TAKE NOTICE Uist Lilla Florence  leiikins u, of Vancouver b. O. occupation  .Spiust' r, intends t.> apply for urrmt sum  to purchase the following disoiibml lauds:  t'ouiiiieuoiiig at a pint (dantel at the  mirth east corner of sati������n 36, Town-  8.dp '20, theuca sout*. HO ohaius, too .cr  w tut 80 oh'iiu , tliciee uortb 80 chaius.  iheici east 80 chains to pi oe of c<-in-  inenci meat, co. taining tHO sen a more  or le������i.  LILLA FLORENCE JENKINSON,  Wui.Leshu, Ageut.  Dated Jan* 21st 1910.  LAND ACT..  Form,  So. 9-  Form of Notice.  Coast District,  District ot ttunge 2.  TAKEnotide that  William  Leek,   of  | Vancouver, occupation Engineer, intends  tn apply tor permission to purchase the  followiug descrilied lands:���������  Commencing at a post planted on the  beach about ouo and a halt miles South  Kibt from the South East corutr ot O. L.  3338. thence Nona   eighty   (80) diiius,  theuce Ent eighty (80) i-h*u.e,   tbenee  South (80) chaius,  thei.ee   We t   (80)  chains, to poiut of coimeuctmem, coutaiuing six hundred and forty aaies, more  or less,  WILLIAM LEEK  Name of App.icanc  Dated June 4th, 1010.  COAST LAND I) STRICT.  District of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Frank W.  Leeson, of Vancouver, B C, broker,  intends to apply for permission to  purchase the followi g described  lands: Commencing at a post  planted about 7 mile* north aud 2  miles east of the soul h-ur* corner of  CL 3358. thence north 80 chains,  thence east 80 chain?, t he ce south  SO chains, thence weM 80 chains, to  Pont excommencement, containing  640 acres, more or le-r.  FRANK W LEESON.  Dated July 27th, 1910  COAST LAND MSTRIST.  ���������������������������-���������Distri'ct-of-Goaitv-Rn'nge-2.-   takk notice that (iMirge More,  of Vancouver, B.C, broker, intends  to apply for permissi n to purcliu.-t*  the following describe I landf: Com  iiifiicingat a pout planted about 7  miles noith and 2 mi e- east of the  southeast corr.er of CL 3858, thence  north 80 chains, thenee weet 80  dining, thence soutli 80 chnins,  thence east 80 ch iii< 'o pnt-i ol  commencement, coi tnining 640  uteres, more or less, ciKouaK moke.  Dated July 27th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTKICT  Dutrict'.f Kupeit  TAKK NOTICE that   I'addy Clement  Blythe, of Vancouver,   11, C ouunpatiou  Logger, inWu'.s to apply for permission  to purchase the followiug dwern ed lam's:  Comuieno ng at u post planted ac the  southeast      c .ruir     of        Secti u 18. township 21, marked P. C. Hly-  tb* 3. R. eorner, thenoe n .rth 80 ohaius.  th������ac������ w.at 80 chains, tlience south 80  chains, tb������������ie e������������t 8v ch.ons to place ������>f  wHMuenouwit,   con.aiui.g   6*0  ucrea  more or lesn  PADDY CLEMENT BLYTHE  '.Vm. Leslie, Ageut.  Dated Ju e 30th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT .  J'is rict of Ruport.  TAKEnot-es that' William Robust,  of Vancouver, B. C. occupation Sa.esu.an  l'-tends to tipny f,.r permia^-m to pur-  chase tbe foliuwii g d* scribed land.-: Cm  muiiautf at ������t a p ������t plunted at the S. E,  corner ot Sao i���������u 'A T .wiuhip S81, miw-k-  eu x\. HobiUrton, ������. E. corner, theuci  utIi 80 chain*, tlience vriat 80chi.ii.8,  theuce tout 80 cliahi������, thei.ee e ist 80  uUaiuaJio place ot commeneeiueut, conttiu  mg Uio acres, m..r������ ,r l.ss.   ���������Wlfctl-A-M-UOBI-NSON������������������  Win. Leal e. Agei.t.  bitted Ju-je 80th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. tl,  Form of Notice.  Coaet District,  District of Range 2.  TAKE aotioe that Vetna Leek ot Vancouver, occapatiou Spinster, intends to  apply for perminsii n to purcLase the  following described lauds;���������'  Commencing at a post planted nt the  North WeBt corner of No. 1, theuce Weat  eighty (faO) ctinii.8 more or le 8 to C. L.  3358, tbeoco Ni rth eighty (&D chains ������-  lnug 0, L. 3358, thenco East e.gh<y (80)  chains, tbenee South eighty (80) chaiua,  to the point of commenueuieut, coutaiuing six hnudred and foity [dUI) aciew  more or less.  VERNA LEKK  Name of Applioant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  northeast cornen of No 6j -being four  miles north of the south .vest corner of  No.i, thence north So chains, thenee  west 8o chains, thence south 8o chains  thence eist So chains to the point of  commencement, containing 640 acres,  more or less.  HELEN SHANNON,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9,  Form of Notice.  Coast District.  District ef Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Waller Leek, of  Vancouver, occunatiun engineer, intends  to apply for permission to purchase the  following described lands; Commencing  at a post planted at the northeast corner  of No 4 (being three miles north of the  southwest corner ol No 1) thence north  80 chains, (hence east 80 chains, thence  south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,  to the point of commencement; containing six hundred and  forty,  640, acres,  more or less.      WALTER LEEK,  Name of Applicant-  Dated June 4, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Fora No. 9.  Form of Notiee.  Ooast Distriot, Rang* 2.  TAKE NOTIOE that Barton Hoi  land, of Vancouver; oooupation, ao*  Cbuntant, intends   to apply lor per-  mitsioo 00 purohaie tbt following described landa: Oommeooing at a post  planted at the nortb east eorner of No  12,  being lour  milea north and   two  miles west of tbe south west comer ol  No. 1, thenco north 8" chains, tbenee  nt*% 80 cbaiot.thenee south 80 obaint*  tbenee east 80  chains, to tbe point ol  oummeooemeot, oontalniog 640 aores,  mora 01 less.  BURTON HOLLAED,  Nam* oi Applioant.  Dated Juno 7lb, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form ol Notice.  Ooast Distriot, Range 2  TAKE   NOTIOE   tbat  John   M.  Stewart, of Vancouver, ocoupatiou car  peoter, intends to apply for  permission to purohaie tbe lollowing dsionb-  ed  lands:���������Commencing  al a  poll  planted at tba northwest corner oi No  11, being three miles north and threo  Itiniles wait of tbe southwest eorner of  Nol, thenee north 80 obaint, thenoe  west 80 obaios, tbenee seutb 80 ohains  thenoe east 80 chains, to the poiut 0!  oommeneement, bontaioing^640 aores,  mote or less. JOHN M.8TEWABT.  Name oi Applicant.  Dated June 6,1910,  LAND ACT.  Form No. ������,  A.  RUPERT LAND I'l^l'RICC  District of Uni rt.  TAKE NOTICK thut Ituih KeziaCI'irk  of Vnucouver, B. C, oo.u put ion mar rial  woman, intends to apply f r i-eroiisaiou  to purchase the following d< Keri'X'd hinds:  C'imiuenoinnff ut a post, -jliuitidat the  south east oirnor of Me.cii 11 I, t'uwuship  21, ihence north BOchai���������������������������*, thenco went  ������0 chains, thonce eoutb 80 nhaim, tritnuu  1 ost 80 cluing tu plnco of 0 'iiimeusmntiut,  ouutaiuiug bid acres, morn or Is*  RUTH KEZIA CLARK,  Wm. LouJii-, .vgeiit.  Dated June Slat, 1910.  ' '  RUPERTLANDUKTRtOT  DietHe* of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE tbat I. V. ward Thon  j ley, 1 f V,.uo'.uv., B.C., o������jU|*atu>n, Truv  e ler. i tends to app y f>r perm s������iin u  \i\i,chitit) tlm f "doling de erii e<l   liudi-:  0<miu<uciutf  at a po������t planted  11-  ih  north emt comer iifSeo'nm  V2 Tnwhlm  21, 'lii'uce euat 81) chuius, ibenue s u li  ���������Ul oliaini. tliunee west 45 chni s mu e i>  le������. to il orgia Laicn, 'be ��������������������� wi t'crly  ulo.g noitu i-bore ot hike 05 chnins m. re  oi* lis- tc where s-ctiou lti.e hoiiv en   See.  12 aud lili. tersecrs lfU<>, tlienn^ east U"  cnains mum ur lew. to plnun of loimne  "  meut. inserib d on po-t 80 olnins tn N. V,.  cirner, E Tlu>.*nliy, o*nit������ud g <!40ares,  mure urMi.   EDWARD TllORMLEY.  Win. Le-l.e, A>,'o'-l-  Ds'ed June 28th, 1910.  Form of Notiee.  Coast District,  District of Range 2.  TAKE notice thnt Elanor Leek of Vancouver, occupation Married woman, intends to apply for perfusion to purchase  the following described lands:���������  C'onimenci'.g st a pt*'' plaited at the  |-Nortb-Wo*t-corneM>f-Not-l7-theuce-N.irth  eighty (80) cU������iu������. thenee East (80) < haim-  thonce South eighty (80) ohains, thenoe  Wont (80) chuiin, to point of commeuoe-  moot, containing dix hundred nnd foi ty  acres, moie or less,  KLANOR LEKK  Name of Appliesbt.  Unteil June 4th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND UIS1 RIOT  Distriot nf Rupert,  TAKE NOTICE tlut (/.urge Noi nun  ���������Wnrsloy, nf Vancouver, H.(J., o*tui[mtioii  b.iolk-keeper, iuteiids to up^ly for puniii-  eiui to  puruliuuo the fulmwuig desuribcul  lands: ���������Commencing st a : imt pluitml ir  the south wont corner of s c inn 18,1'o-vii  ���������hip H, (inst marhod 0. N   tv'nr lev's H.  ,\. ouruer, theuoe onst Wi chains, thHiu-  north  90 uh tins, 'liOliO'*   west 80 oliains,  thet.uu Aoutli 80ul'tdim t. pii'e.f inns*  ii.Qiioe������.en>, cu.ittiluirg di 1 aaus, aiore  i-i* less.  OKOltOB N0UMAN WOKSLIf,  Wm. Uslf, Aje*!,  D.t-d hinn ������J9th, lDltl.  RUPKlirLANDIiWl'ltlor  DiHtricut Ru|Utt.  TAKK NOTICE that nmuhaa 8o.fli.  uf Vsuanuvur, It, U., ocnip.t on, book-  kiv per, iti'unUs to sppiy f. r 11 nutr-si <u to  l-urclissii thu (oIIowiuk u.������u.lb d is iL:-  tS, Htjiiih, N. W. oronur. tVniuit-iii-ii^ st  s pott pUntud nn Tuwiislit|i 1 na st mii'li  ������4-tptrtcf Ueo .III l.tk., llitfme south  16������ nli������ms, mure ut l> ss lu Hi" iiuarlvr  (Mist ho wo.ni M-iitioti Hi md Ull, Tow*.  ������>li |i U a d Hi, thunvo *i st -10 oli das,  tu������ui) 1 uorth 100 clisius. In lice west 40  ih iln*! tbi'iiuo ninth Uu!i ii* tiflsuiuf  <*.������mm������,iceinniit, nonln. ni g till) ������cr*t,  uio e or less.      .srKPHKN ,-C kill,  Wm. i,.������ni*, Agsiit,  Ditcd June i'dtd, 1910  RU PERI'LAND DISTRIOT  Distriot of Uiipi re.  TAKE NOTICE thst I, aumnnl How-  deu, of Vaiioouvir, li. C, ncououiion tni  ing ensineer, in<e ds in np]il> for jj. nun.  sio.i to puohiise the fullowi g Ue'ur bed  IiiikIk���������Con.meiclig st 11 p.^tplsntid tit  th ��������� south >*est corner o' Siotion 2, Town  hhip 'JI, tb nee mn b 80cli.ii'iH,  <huic-t-  inv 80 iibnins, thenoe  so th KD  i;b������i>.������  the ue we<t Ho chuius, 'n pluue of coniiu  eieeuieut, ooutuihiig 010  uo-. moie >i  Ium>. SAMUEL RJWDEN,  Wiih Leslie, Agent.  Dated Juno 21st, 1910,  RUPKRT LAND DIHTRIUT  Ui-Hi let. f Rupert,  TAKK NOTICE thst Had.e Ashhy. ���������(  Vs*������e������u������������r,. B. C, .conpntlon, uarrie.  won 1 n, 1 steads h apply for peimissln  ><i Hrunate Ik* followng dMorllied land*:  Csks.eieinf st a post idiinted st tb  sMih ������ut iiifiisr nt Neotho 9m, Town-  itipll. theneu i.wrt* 80cbai n, tht������������v  ��������� li NO uhsim, lianuu s������utli SO clinins,  thence ������u*t Si) ���������hiiins, ts i.lao* ol iiuinni-  sivsuitut, uvutuininif 04(1 ������urc'. nmrn nt  Um. HAllliK A-HIIV.  Win. Leslie, Agsnt  DsttdJuusaiHt, llll J.  Cp^'i Cotton Root Compound.  TIm gieat Uterine Tents, aud  -If .safe e%tual Mmitblr  ���������  tureawlilaWweinsnean   .. Bold in three aearesa  ftrsnttii-^u. TTil t Jfo  iiU'CTl X**nam\Sm ���������������������������������*  LAND ACT-  Fonn No. 9,  I������E1'. ���������  I* or.ii of notice.  Coast District Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that William H.  Whalen, of Vancouver, occupation, gentleman, intends to npply for permission  to purchase the following described  lands: Commencing at a post planted at  the north e ast corner of No. 6, bt'iny,  lour miles norih of the souih west corner  of No. 1; thence north 80 chains, thence  east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains  ihence west 80 ohains, to the point of  commencement, containing six hnndred  and forty acres, more or less.  WILLIAM H. WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND AOT,  Form No, 9.  Form oi Notiee.  Coast Distriot, Bangs 2.  TAKE NOTIOE tbat Ales F Brem-  ner, oi Boston, occupation engineer,  intends to apply (or permission to por-  obasa the following dtseribed lands tmm\  Commeieiog at a post planted al Ihe  northeast eorner ol No 12, being tour  miles nortb and two miles west of the  southwest corner of No 1, thenee north  U0  obains,  tbenoe east  80 cbaioi,  thenee sontb 80 cbains, tnence west  80 chains, to the point ol commencement, containing 640 acros, more or  hu. ALEX F. BREMNER.  Name oi Applicant.  Dated Jucc 7,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form Nn. 9,  1 Form of ti.' ue.  dart Dis rict Kit ge2.  TAKE NOTICK th t Ka nerine Brown,  nicupation  widow,  iuiuiid������ tu apply fur  permiutiiiu tn pu.chasu the t lluwiujj  de-  scrided   landi?:   0. mmenciig at a pun  planted ut the unrtli. 11-t conn r of  No 'J  (being tw.> miles north of the southwest  corner of No 1) tbenee ior tli eighty [80)  chains,   theiicd no-t  tiglity (80)uhsbis.  thence south eighty (80) chnins,  iheuet  east eighty [80]ohains, tn the point if  commencement, containing -ix hundred  sud forty [640) acres, moie nr lets.  KATHKUINBBKOtVN',  Nirao uf auplionnt  Dated Judo 4,1010.  RUPERT LAND DlHtttWT  liistriotof Huprrt. {  TAKK NOIh h. ttuil  i.iini hrakiiit,ull  \ ������������������.../;. i' J' I.'., -eii, i , I. niii-r, Ji J  t'lids lo iiiply fur |l.Mlir.'..i m tu pllnllll't-l  ihi iolluwii>g d'Hiiiibnu .mi.is; -V .iuiiidii I  r of.-. , i.ui :il, r������ia  . bi|i i'O, tl. -ue. {XL^i^i-V'*  ml'  ltit|l  mQ, tll.UC  H'lUt'l Ht) C.lillilil,     tllll.HJ,     '.V. tit Ml ulillilll.   >   so i.tviln-      I...., ...   iMSf.   Hi  I  a������1 it-s 11 I Uuu tit   uulUuituf y 1111.I1I, fi'iu  tsin ui diO nolo*, ini>re u. 1 ...  JOHN  1 R KINK.  Hi,,   i.i���������...!������, .ttuiit.  Jl.ited Jllie'.'t.t, 19,0.  m*emVt 9**nMm*a*Jtmm  ww mrm*mm w ��������� *m*lmv*rfmmmwmmm^mw4*m,  Tht (treat Jtofllm  Jtemedu,  Tunes and lavlf orsiwiUm wliau  'i\r^vifny,uf^',,*nr  eei HebUHu, MinUtl nmt Untim Worm, J><  *toii,uni-.i. .Ir.runJ Winlaini;, hmlu^Uiti*. fij  tmdiwrh(tit,m*d W&*Jlt4U*"*'W, *"v**  Vt\m IIin tbat, Mu fnr |f t me *x III 1  I mjmtie'lfrt  LAND ACT,  Form No. 9,  borrn oi Notice.  Const Diatiiut.  Distriot if Range No 2  TAKE NOTICE that Annie Bremner, nf  liii������ton, ocuiipntlou cpii st r, intends to apply tor prrmiislon to pii'uhnsa the follow  iog described land-: Conimtnving st a post  planted nt the n.irtbiust vomur cf No. '2  (being two miles north of Ibe southwest  corner of Nn. I) thenco 1 or h tigh y [SO)  ebaina, thruoe enut 1 ighly (80) cbuin*,  theuce si uth ei^lity (80]   obsius, tbn.ct  we t elyhty (80) rbiiiu* iu joint nf ouut-  moiioenieut, out.taiuiurf six hundred sud  forty (640) aorei, mors or lo**-,  ANNIK HRKMNER,  Niuiio bf Apiiheai.t.  Il������UdJun������4, 1UI0.  tnini  Jtttmmrl-i \  lalne'ee,  retenmstbw'm  MAVAAHIi HI-ILICl'.  TAKi; MoriCK that sixty days ntl.i  d������t������.,i, i:|, r.,.( |(. Ptrang*. i.f Wh*b-  town, C<rii'?. Island, atwnidlnscr. in end  b> miy f������r |*rniis imi M lonie tli������ full v,  he i'-e,;l���������.d fin-a-inte*    *"Wtrm../.,'���������t; ni  ������ hm* |.|.ice,l at the li-jli aa'er n.sik.  ''' '���������'  tl ��������� ��������� liiiiu  ti . tli-rly friu ������.u, >  W. c..r������t������r of ibe tt.it> ion, I ti. W. ipiari  r i-.ciiic "irt, C r  x Island, tdem** rm  f'l'ni'^l.AND: .MIM'I'  t-- ;.n*i 1,'. ''i|(ti'l.  ��������� ���������       \  'I |C -, 11        ���������    . KI. r I.'  ''������������������nn   ,.;     -.up. .vi*r. 1' 1   ,    c. upation,  m������������. 'ar*, ii*t. iili*" ������������l���������*   pi l> f r (tnu ir.  i4^������< t<   int calls !i������ fu. ..   tnu ������������������*���������" r U 0  l������ii.l������;~t>irn >������*iii ������i^ a< 11 p nt \, ,1 nr������l m j naui" a u> nthntly d t*** bm tt ll"**i g tb.  11.1 ������>rtl    ������������  ��������� ruer cf ~* .. i<>i. ".A, l',.w -  Mli'.p i1'. Mi������ K'e  ���������oiltb HO    !.   in-, t'-lili  on A  Hoi;inl ������, Uio u. i-.u.   -*��������� elm 1  ib  ....     -���������    .   Ii0.l...l.������  t      ..      '     'I      .   'tl.  In    o>: ..'..t,..-. nUhiuig l>.<     Ci'.'Utn      jli.m  Hi  t'.^tr; Ulsn>t, *tid . liibr.rj  '**'*'   .      .......    ..  .....    .      i- 1 ''   f"������t������o'e  li������uiit 1.11*11 tu I..'*  ADA KLBAhuR JtMvi.v*" N.      \IMfk  Hi    I** I.. .������-.������   "������*"��������� , J ,  m  ���������     j   ....d.fnl, a*tli. Him.  I Cli is   11. nlTANug.  LnND ACT.  Komi Ne, 9,  Const District  District of tUnge 1.  TAKE NDIICE 1h.1i Kdwm l> Mi.inner, uf Vancouver, nccupntiun broker, in*  lend-4 tn apply for periuNiitin lo purchase  lite fulhmirnf   desenped  lasdi,   Coin-  IMCIK.HIK ai * l"'** I'l.llUCil *Xi   10*   110(111-  t.i������i L.uiiei nt ,\,> 4 d'tnn tliice utile*  tioiih nt the snuiliaeat comer uf Nu  1^  ihence  Atsi einhiy, So, ch iin*, iltsnce south  iM^luy, 811,1 Ii.iiiu, tlience cm eighty 80  1 (Mini, in pmiit ot I'tiimnt'iKi'ment, con-  laininu six hundred und forty [6411) acre*  more or less.  EDWIN !��������� HUEMNEE,  Name of Apphunt  Dated Juno 4i ICE  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  ~~       "     F&TnrBf"NoffC"el    ~~~   ~  Coast District.  District of Range 1.  TAKE NOTICE that George ' Whalen, oi Vancouver, occupation, contractor  intends to apply for permission to put  chase   the  following  described  land*  Commencing at a pest plumed about om  mile west from the north west corner ol  No 2, being two miles  nortli  and t������o  miles west of the soulh west comer of No  ij thence north 80 cnains, tlience east 80  chains tlienct south 80 chains, more or  less to C. L, 3358, thence we>t, 80 chnins  aloftx said license to point of commence  ment, containing 640 acres, more or less.  KEOKliE WHALEN,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form of Notice.  Coast District Uanuei,  TAKE NOTICE that Robert IL Ellis  of Vancouver, nccupation,brnker, intends  to apply for permission 10 purchase llie  following described lands: Cu'runencinu  at n post plumed nt the 1.011th west corner of No. in, bcin*; iwo miles north and  two miles west of ihe south west corner  ofN'o. 1, ihence north 80 chains, thence  west 80 chains, thence smith 80 chains,  more or less, thence eiibi 80 chains, to  point nf commencement, containing,' 640  acres, inure or less.  RoHKkT U. ELLIS, .  Name nf Applicant.  Dated Jons 4th, 101(1,  m*mmmW**w*������mmmmmmmmmm*mm*mmwm*mmmm*mm* .  LAND AC I.  Form No, 9.  Furm nf Notice,  Cimsi District Runne 2.   *  TAKK NOTICE lh it John 0. Arm-  slmngi of Vancouver, occi-j'twin, clerk,  intends to apply for permisiion to ptir-  clui-if!  the following described luitb.:���������  Coiiimencun!   at  a pott planted at the  norih ea*t coriirr of No. > 1, being three  mile*) north and twn miles west nf the  south wbm corner of No, 1 j ihence ninth  80 chains, thence x\**.\ to clmim*, ilmnce  iheuee south 811 chain*, ther.ra euit  8n  cluins, la tbe point of coinmcncriueni,  containinK 640 acre*, inure or lei*.  JOHN (J. ARMSTRONG,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 4th, 1910.  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9.  Form ol Notice, *  Ooast District, Bangs 1  TAKE NOTIOE thai John Iforai-  ie, of Vancouver,occupation constructor, intends lo apply for permission  to purchase the following di scribed  Isndis-Commeaeing at a post plan tid  at the northeast corner ol No 14, b������-  ing five miles north and two miles  west of tbe southwest oorner oi No 1,  tbenee north 80chains, tbenee west  80 cbait.8, thenoe south 80 obains,  tbenee east 80 obains, to tha point ol  oommeneement, containing 610 acres,  more or less. JOHN MOBAVIO,  Name oi Applicant.  Dated June 6,1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notioe.  Coast Distriot, Range 2.  TAKB NOTICE that Alexsuder McPhee  of Vanoouver, oooupation, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to> purohssa  tbe tallowing described land*:���������Comiueuc*  iug at at a post planted at the north west  oorner of No. 12, being four mile* north  ���������ud three miles west of the south west oot.  ner of No.l, thence north 8A ohsmt,theace>  west SO cbains, tbenee auntfc SO chaius,  tbenoe east 80 chains, to the point uf oommeneement, containing 940 acre*, more or-  less. ALEXANDER MePHEK,  Name of Applicant.  Listed June 6th, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 2.  Cea������t District, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICK Uut Naomi McPhee,  ot Vancouver, oooupation, uiairied woman  intends to apply lur permission lo purchase tbe following dtsoribed lande: Com  mencing at a pout planted at the north  weet uorner nf Nu. 14, being five milen  north and three mile* west > f the suutb  west001 nor nt No.l, thence north .80  ehaini', theuce west 80 chaina, theuco  south 8f> chains, tbenee east 80 chaiuK, to  the point of commencement, coutaiiii g  (HO aores, more or ks������.  NAOMI McPHEE,  Name ot Applicant.  Dated- June-uth ^t91 *X~  LAND AOT.  Form No 9.  Form ol Ntvioe.  Oossc District, Bsuge 2.  TAKB NOI ICE that Jose; h Mnr-  avio, oi Vanoouver, occupation eneiu-  1 er, inteuds to apply ior pi-rn i sion to  purchase the followingdtsorlbtd lauds:  Commencing at a post planted at tbt-  nwht-aiu oornrr el No 14, being five  mi'es uurib aud two miles west of Ihi  a uthwist corner o( Ni 1, tli uioe north.  80 die us, tbet/ce east 80 obains,  t. enoH sout b 80 obains, theuoe west NO  obains,to tbe point nl oommeoci-  meut oontiiinine 010 aw, more or  Iks*. JOSEPH MORAVK1,  Nan.e ol Arplicant.  Dated Jnna fi 1910  LAND ACT.  Foi-in Nn. 9.  eliW.r,.  uorLiiillid it . .  ������������������*..A/������ljyi*'M**  ihence nm its eighty 80 chain*,  -i.iHU'uUr i������t tnu aim r line t-������ * |*������������ujt tr*  ''' j.h,T������   .1tl,,|, tMiltlll-MlH h. \V   n 1  ..<���������������    t ������h>' tr ���������  tlo.lil   "   XV   ,j 1 rt' r   ,, ,  .������!>  t>*UJueg4Mt  j LAM) ACT.  Form No 9,  Fnrm of Not ire,  ' CiH*t I>istrici,  Diorict ul Itjinge 3,  ',    TAKE NCTtCE ili.it  UeLu   ;;i..a.  mm,of Ho������ion, cncu|Mtinn muned *n  .���������un, intends I" apply for perinisnuri in]  ������nircb..*e the Wl������*inii iU*^Hii*t i^.u-J HtJBPCHlftK F<lR TMK XKWM  (Uin.nenung at *  p������������i pUn.ed 4uhet0flJ,y y4\|i HOI.LAU A YKAU.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9.  Form nf Niiiice.  Coasi District Kiitnc 3.  TAKE NOTICK thai (Itrttmle H- !���������  land, nl Vai eouver, eeeupail >n, mat*  rird woman, Intends to apply Inr ptr  mliiico to puroHats ths following d -  'scribed lands: Cummer clog at a p. si  i Hanted at the nmthesst earner nf St  \ 11,  l.sitii" tbrsa mil**s nor������h nnd   lw.  {-nibs w������������t rf be tl W m tint tt N  1 i. th'tt's ni'iih 8<i 1*1.>.i 1*, H-sne* * *  M������ rtii's   ������Ii*iims tun   bV el'iu-  ihsre*1 matt WI >ih< ������>������   tn ������t������. fi i< t ���������  I* niNieneemem, eont������i ting KI0 art**-  m*teoth**.  OERTUUUK HOI MN1)  N.������eil Applicsm  Dated J������if*4i������, lW|n.  Coast Dtttriot, Rsnge 2.  TAKK NOTICE thit l*wi. J. Bull of  Voi.cauver, oecupation, foreman, iutm.da  to apply for penninskui to purchase  the  following described lanue: IVuuuoi.oiug  at a p������Bt plinb-d st the north wtit coin, c  of No. lit. being iix miW* ninth sod tiroe  miles west ot tbe Bomb west corner ot Na  I, thuncenorth 8U enaio������, tbenee we t 8a  chains, tbenes *uuth BUvhaiiin, tbenoo-  esisi 80 tthains, to the poiat uf eotnme ������e-  [meot, oi-nUbiiig640 sore*, more or less.  LEWIS J. BULL,  Name uf Applicsnt.  Dated June fith, 1910,  LAND ACT.  Firm No 9  Firm of Not toe.  Const DLiriot, Bangs S.  TAKE  NOl'lOe    that    Wiiiisu  Halne*, ol Vaucouver, oooupation lore  man, in und 1 to apply lor pirn.irsioi  I? purchase tbe following d**c*ib<-d  Wod*.���������Commencing eta po������lplsut������d  hi tne norlbetsl corner ol No 16, being six  nllis north and two  mile*  wen oi th#j southwest corner of Nu 1,  tbeoue north 80 chains, thence west  80 thslns, thenoe south  80 chsi.s,  tbenoe vast 80ohains, to the point ol  oommtnoet-ueut,oontHlnios 010 aeres,  more or less. WJLLUM HAlNEd,  Name oi Applioant.  Oiled June 6 1910  LAND AOT.  Form No 9,  Form ol Notiee,  Cosh DUtriot, Bsogs S,  TAKE  NOi'IOE that Ueorgo 0.  l'ralt, ol Vanoouver, oosupallon ie*  couuiaot, inunrti to apply lor per  nirson io purobsss ths lollowing de  serihsd lsnd������i���������Oommrnri gatapoti  iilsni. d at the northeast ooruer ul No,  18, being si* miles north end two  tulltt matt ol tbelouthwest oorner ol  No 1. tbsoce uorth 80 cbaini, tbenee  vsii 80 obsir* theiici* souih 80 ebsim-,  ibsnee wtit 80 obaibs. to lbs point o'  0. moieucemeut, ooniiinioff M0acres,  mure of lets. OKORUE 0, PRATT,  Name ol Applioant.  Dsied Juno fl, 1910  LAND ACT.  Fjtui No. 8.     '  Form of Notiee,  Const District, Kange 2.  TAKK NOl'IuB Uist Alexander J. Stew  srt, of Vauenuver, ouuuiistio.v u.rpenttr,  intouits tu sppiy tor pern U������ioa to pur-  uhn-e the follow lug ilrsuiibeil la..ds:���������  Comateiioing at a post planted on tho  shore about 24 mil a in n *uutb ������ss������  terly diteetion trom tlw south west 0 ii-  ntvut No. L tlwitice uoitb 8U cbaum,  thouc* east HO ohiius, tluinos sunth 80  eh.hiB, thence nest 80 chaina, to point  of eomtuttueemeut, oouUlnlug 640 aurss,  inure or less.  ALLX.ANUKR J. STEWART,  Niimo ot AppUosnt.  DsteJune Oth, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Votvx Kb, 9. Vorm nt Noncot  Coast Dlitriot, Ksngs 1  UND AOT.  ,teim Au *t,  H4 i ,',������/ ****** ��������� id Altl.  Form os Notiee.  Com! Diitriot, Ban-re S  TAKE NOTIOB tbar Dave Yttgn-  ���������on.oi Vsneouvsr, oooupation buleber  inti-iifis to sppit tor ptrmmion to  norehsse tlio Inllowlng dsiorlbed  Isndu���������OomrosoclDg at a peat planted  n*sr the hesch it ihe sout went eorner  nl No 11, being two milss north and  ��������� hiei* mllii welt nf tbe sooth wist ent*  ..������iiil So l.iheuoe north 80 obains,  'hrnci' met SOotui'i. theuoe tout I  Wift'xin*, n-orr ir l-s* to shore line,  Dirtier eau HO ehalns alonf  .imr'. Iim ii point of oomratmwmeBl,  eintal 1 In*, fit) acre*, wnte nr lees.  Dave rsRuufON,  Name -ul Arplieaol.  U.ti*d Jum 0,1010  IK YOU W.x.NT  GOOD PRINTING  UlVl* 16 A TIUAL  TAKK NOTICK that Kb/.ilxth Jsu������  Smith, ol Vsnouuver, oeuupitiou, man led  woman, iuteuile tu up|>ly for pirnimsliiu  to purohue ths fullnwiiiK de*orib������d Isudst  Couimoiioiug nt a poet plautoil ut th������  south esst ooruer of Nn. I, theuos s nfi  80 obains, mors or Use 10 shirs line, tl ei -  ve east 80 obsius along 1 ortheru buundu y  uf No, IN, tlienor uorth 80 ohaius, thence  west 80 ubains, to point of eonimeiiusiuskW  unutslaug HM seres, mors or less.  ' ELIZABETH 4ANK8MHii,  Nslue of Apyhviint.  Date Juno 0tb,l������l0,  land Acrr.  Form No, V. Vorm nl Notice.  Coast Diituvt, Kaugt 2,  TAKB NOTICK thst Dsrid Pswimi  illlor, of Vauauuvsr, oooupation, usipi-U"  ler, laltnds to apply far ptrudtsiua to pur������  ohaM tti* tolhiwiiig dsscritwd luiJn���������Con,  meneing at a post planted at th* luutb  ���������est eorner nf Nu. I, ������h*nc* nortli 80 chains  thenoe rut 80 ehalns, thtnee sonth 80  ohsins thsnes asii 80 ohain*, to puiat uf  onntmrae*in������ut, coeuinint, W0sens wort  nt l.ss  DAVID DAtrttON Stlf.Utl  N������'i 0 uf Applivsnt,  Dated .lun* Oth, I UIO.  FOR SAMC-A flv#������ roniitcil  lidiis*-on half hit. Fnr further par-  tiotdnr* n'ttdy *f thi* tWit*  VOW KAI.K-Hmlfh Ptvtni.r  Tviiewitei in V***- *'*y'**r* 0������*t  li^.Oli will M'W tnr &HMJ0: Aif.  J������l) ������t tliUiilUlMm THE   NWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH * COLUMBIA.  LAND ACT.  For* No. 9. Ftom of Notice.  Coast District,   Rauge 2.  TAKE NOTICK that William F. Smith,  of Vancouver, occupation, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the foliowii. g described lands-.���������Commencing at a post plauted at the north east oor.  ner of No. 1, thenoe north 80 chains, thenoe  east 80 chain*, thenoe south 80 chains,  thmco west 80 ohains, to point of comtn-  ������uc������ment, containing C40 acres moro or  lest. WILLIAM F. SMITH,  Name of Applicant,  Dated June Oth, 1910.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9. Form of Notice.  Coast District,  Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Margaret MoKiv-  or, of Vancouver, occupation, married wo  ir.au, intend* te apply for permission to pur  ebasa the following described lands;���������Commenoing at a post planted at the north eaat  corner of No. 3, being two mile* north and  one mile east of the south west corner of  No. 1, thence uorth 80 ohains, thenoe rait  SO ohains, ihtnoo unith 80 chain*, thence  west 80 chain*, to the point of commencement, contain.ug 040 ncres, more or les*.  WAIUJAUET McKIVOR,  Name of Applicant.  Dated June 9 h, 1910.  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  w    ��������� "  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -     FOR  SALE  BY      -     -  Walworth-Rolston Co.  InS  ummer  ���������less food is needed than  in winter. But it is essential  that summer food be palatable  and nutritious. That is why  the best of all summer foods U  BOVRIL  1020 Westminster Ave.,  Ltd  Vancouver, Be C.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 9, Form of Notioe.  Coaet District, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICK that Annie Higltam, of  Vancouver, ucoup'tii<.n, married woman, iu  lei.ds to apply for permission to purchase  tbe following iletcriliod l*n������U:���������Commenc  tag at * post planted at the north eaat corner of No. 5, being three mile* nortb snd  one mile east of the south west corner ot  No. 1, thenoe 80 chains north, thence SU  chains east, thence 80 chains south, theuue  3(1 chains went, to the point of commencement, coutatoing 6i0 acre*, more or leu.  ANNIE HICHAM,  '    - Naine of Applicant.  Dated June 9ill. 1910.  9  LAND ACT.  Furm No. 9. Form of Notice  Coast District, Range 2.  8  c  0  tm  i  8  ���������*.  ta  8  tee  ������ a ������  a < "5  < as M  ***  d ���������>  "* (A ������  13 ������  " ������ ���������%  ������ : h  *���������     *d  Sm*  "* si  m  m^r-  a * ������  0  e������S  ������  I  * f  5 S  .8 >.  Jt  a   ���������>  ������ fl  **������   n  n  S -8  ���������H  tl    ���������  SB* '.  P. ������>  ti   E O  a x b  fl >  X   ���������** >  ***** rfi ^y  ���������     m> 2**  -AS  o a 5  w ������ tfl  If  u  ���������. au *  a   .  ������ 5  5 a  ,J O  -a  s  eo  a  i  I'  hi  o  mm  o  o  00  NOTICE  Any person br persons, cutting,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  ielonging to the "Wellington Colliery Co'y-i or from or off the land  of tho snid Company, will be pros,  eeuted to tlm full extent of tlie law,  w. j;. COULSON,  Genoral Mannger,  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  wny cars of the Union Colliery  Company by any person or persons���������except tain oiew���������U strictly  prohibited. Employees f re sub-  <ec to f.inumsal for allowing sam-  By order      -  W. h.  COULSON,  General Manager.  TAKE NOTICE that Maggie Amnstrony  of Vancouver, occupation, married woma o  intends to apply for permissaon to purchase  the folUwioa described lands:���������Commencing ut a poat planted a* the north eaet cor-  met of No. 7, being four mile* north and  ions mile eust of the south west corner of  No. 1, thenoe north 80 ohains, theuue east  SO chains, thence south 80 ohains, theuce  ��������� eat 80 chains, to the poiut of commence-  ueut, containing 0*0 act en, moro or leap,  MAUOIK ARMSTRONG,  Name of Applioant,  Dated June Oth, 1910.  MADE IN CANADA  Always the same, nnd just as  rood aa ever, Tho ������������������(��������� rand Duke"  'tgar,  LAND'RKUI8TUY ACT,  N THE MATTER of an avplicu  tion for a Dr.plioato Cortiliciito  of Title to part of Section One,  Comox District  NOTICK la hereby given that it  i my intention at tbe expiration  if oi)9 month from llie date of the  est publication hereof to issue a  upllcaic Cnrtiflcnto  of Tito   lo  jbnve land issued to John BtiptWle  Iddlngeon thoHOth day of July  iflu" nnd numbered 227fio.  J. P. MuLKOD,  Deputy Registrar General,  land Registry Oflice, Victoria, B.C,  he 18th d.iy of June 1910.  SALERATUS  IS THE BEST  E. W. CILLETT CO., LTD.  Teronto, Ont.  Almost New  MOTOR  a CAR ..  "BARGAIN  A model ten,r4 cylinder Buick  Automobile, carries four passengers, is complete with top, glass  front; lull set of head, sido and  tail lamps, aud other equipment.  This car has not run over 2,000  miles, is in A i shape. Cost ov-  er..$i,4oo,  Owner will taka $iooo for.  Thos. PLIMLEY  i no Gov,t Street, Victoria, B.C.  Opposite Spencers  CUMBERLAND & UNION  WATEli WORKS CO., Ltd.  NOTICE.  Sprinkling will hi* allowed only  between the hours of 7 to 8 in tho  morning and from 7 to 8  in  the  evening.  Leaky taps must be attended to  at once.  Any changes or additions to ox-  iating piping must be sanctioned  by the company.  A. McKkiqiit,  Manager.  5)  S.S."LITHIA  Licensed for 30 passengers  Towing and freighting to  all points.  Good Accomodation  for Passengers  Special terms to parties by  the dav or week.  For particulars apply to���������  J. B. HOLMES, Agent  or to  G. Ll. WOOD, Master  Phone 44, Comox, B. C.  COAST LAND DISTiilC'l.  DMrict of Coast, Ra?ge2.  takk .NOTICK that Frank i-iittks*  man, ol Vancouver, ii. C, wood  merchant, itiietul* luapjjly for per-  mission to purchase ihe following  daseribed 1u..cIm Cnmmencing at a.  po8. planted ahoui -if miles north  and 1 tniie ������u6t of iho southeast,  corner of CL 3358, thoi.ca.aoutb 40  Chains, thence west fcO chains,  thouce Qortli 4U chains, tiience enst,  81)chains, lopoutofcommotitement,  conlniiiing 320 acres more or   le*e.  >H.\NK HINKSMAN.  Dated July 28ih, l'JIO.  I  1*  t  @  -O-M-T-ARBEtt-  f HIGH GRADE STOVES]  And all KlTCHENu"UTENSILS ���������  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  fS^4������*������i������^^->^������l������>*������������*'-������V*0  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convoniam'e for guests.  Tha Gontia) Hotel for Bportimon  None hut thr, Item of Wines and Liquor*  FAIRFIELD  |  ��������� STORE ~|  J. JACK,   IW. %  ���������_���������������.   ���������       -a  A Kiue Assortment of    $  thc Choicest Candies,  4      Fruits and Tobacco. .  *1    Vancouver Ice Cream,  ������ m  9) tfnnemviir Avo.  Cumberland <������  jSHtinfaetioii ��������� Buy ft "Uraml  Inke" and have ������atiafnction. Unit made, hand tiiado. auJ mudo  lm etotir Havana Killer,  nt the Unr,  RATES  HRA8ONA8LE  OF EVERY KIND,,in any  quantity, by the package or  by the pound.  '  ROYAL STANDARD FLOUR  MAKES  BEST BREAD.  Milled in Vancouver.���������Patronize  Home Industry.  The following are the winning  numbers tor August .for Royal  Standard Flour:���������*  75554   985*?,.   83������73   7925^  ���������-5ff*83-~& 1111    3639342T76"  85588 930.01  Ornamental Shrubs  Fruit Trees  the B. C,  Grown to suit  climate. , . ,.-,-,  ',,  Catalogue  Free by Mail  Royal Nurseries &  Floral Co., Ltd.  780 Orauville 8rreot  r. O.  Box 1083  VANCOUVER, B.O.  NOTICE-s ia hereby given that it, the  next meeting of the Board of License  Commissioners of the City of Cwnbtr-  land, 1 intend tp apply for a tmnsfer o  the whoteskle liquor license held ly mn  on lot 3, block 2, to block 15, lot 6, Cunt-  b������rlBBd Townsite.  CIALI MU68ATTO.  Dated this Oth d������y of August, 1910.  COAST LAND DISTKICT.  M.mm.m.m.m.A.m.A.A.A.m.A.A^m.^.A.A.A. rn^m*.  John JohriBton,    Prop  IKOU SALK-A Kurd Rmt ���������  Init AiiUiinohilo, 15-18 lIoiMe-  |ver 4 cylinder, all Newly paint-  lieu' tjam, and evcrytliiiiK eoin-  [tc������1:-prico $700.00. Ajijily to  III. JohiiHton, Courtenay liotul,  L 0. Kmdo i'i|>o fitting and  liural repairing.  NOTIOE TO THK PUBLIC  Hftvini built ��������� Urgn w volimise anil siill  lit Ooiirisoay, I will in future keep on  hvoiUmooktlf til Umh of ti������y, Gnin,  anil Veed at lowcwt mnrkol rates, A  ������p������utility will Im mado ot roller crunlioil  lornl for Iiomm which will mukf a wvlnif  of out tlihH la ths ooit ������if f#ed, Ordwi  ffWtnthetanmrtfr nrby phons will Im  tiroiiipily (Hied. Thunklnif ynu fnr yonr  nUr< oiiBt in the |������st and mitioHlnir a con  tinnnnceof ilitsnuiD on brimler hoss, I  Ik'B tti run.iln  Yunr-ituvoatntniid,  HYKON CUAWFOUI).  hot only Is It a nice mild  like, hut the 4,Grand Duke'*  jar Iiuh all thoae necmaty  \\il\tn whirh olvi* ������o bx*v:hi  lufaction to the wnoker.  Vl*iOi\ i., 0, CO., ul B.C. Ud  p.  Dt-ater in  ALU KINDS OF  :: Fruit, Candy Cigars i|  :: Cigarettes & Tobacco.; j  Bouorn Mlock,  CUMBERLAND, ILO.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  A  Goto  LdvcrtliwM will confer a favor  jiringlttg in Mudr tuU, not lati'r  [i Monday, ns thin  will pimMo  ���������trlftter*, to insert It In the  Uaue on the following Ti\*m-  JOHN McLEODS  ilAS.i.\ KIMUTHt  CKJARH * TOBACCOy  v it-** *"���������'*.'  Kvcry Monday and Tuesday I  will he in town to deliver Fresh  Butter and a\\ kind* ������'f Vegetable*  will  New  England  Hotel  Unckr New  McnayciiK'iit.  Pirst-Cliisa   Hoard hy  the day, week or ntouili.  Reasonable Rates  The Bar has been new  ly replenitihtd with the  with the choicest ol witicn  lUntors and cigars,  Jam������i  Wclttrs,  Proprietor  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  In the mutter of an application fsr  fur   a   Duplicate Certificate of  Titlt'toLots 11 and 12 Block  A [map 522 B) Town of Cum  berland.  NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN  that it ie tny 'intention at theejepi*  ration of one tponth from the date  of the Jirut publication hereof, to is*  ^uc a Duplicaio Certiffcate of Title  to hii id lands isvued to John Went-  word on thb  7th day  of  Auguet  1895 and numbered 814 C.  Land Regutry Office, Victoria,  B.C.  Tho 23rd dny of August 1910.  B. Y. WOOTTEN  Uo^ivirar General.  TEiNDEUS,  Ttindvra will lw received hy the  iituler������igm>tl until 0 p.m., Saturday, Hctit. 10, I UIO, for tlio uxclu.  sivo right to sell light refreshim-ntH  tm the Agricultural <4roun*U,  Cotirtemiy, onKwir Dav, Honk. 23,  1010. M. B. U*i.t��������� Sru!y.  Sand wick, 'B.C.  '      POR SALE.  A chicken Rmicli, ut Comox,  opposite   Dr.   Ilcudncll's,   good  house, just newly decorated,  chicken house, brooding house,  300 Ittying lions; also a good orchard. Apply Mis. Hull, Comox  ^cu.  UJIIIKUI.ANII, 11  0  J  Ad in thc  s's.    Try it.  News  Weok-end serf lee between VauoAiiwr,  Nitti������i"Do, Union, Comox, hy the  stmil Clyde built twin "������������������**������  stimierr "COWIOHA.V"  SaillaifM awler���������  Leaviii V������nc������)������iv������r, Batarday 8pm  Arrivae N������ii������ilmo, Hnluntay 13put  Arrives Union, Hundty nam  ArriveaC������nu)������,   rtun.lu) A ������ m  lleturulna:���������  lieav������w Ce-iMK, Msm-tny 4 p w  Imvrm Vn**>* Knudny IS p m j   ArrtVM Niwaiioa, MnniUy II p m ".,   "," "''    "^i^l���������MIIII*'~li,  AM*,* v'wcottwt M.*rt������y 7 a m     j    ���������'- V. hmto, dralrr  111   aloven  Matte laatm Union tmr Vond-nlnn    it   Mid ianj4r-:   ������Ko pliUllbillg   and  ������������ryHond������vnM*������������hirfifi������rnwilftfC'������tr-^^ (.nm^. m,\ *rf-.-i������rn\ repair  i������������������������������������.i  ami    hIi-o  H'U ehi'HJi,  potalufo;  C������iw Vkuk,  Saudwick.  NOriUl is hereby yivcn tbnt 00 day*  nftor tlii" 1 intund t*i sppiy tn ths Hon,  Th������ CMuf (J<>m i.t������ii'i>f.r ������f \.*\\d* and  Wiikifur ��������� lii'smu tu jiruspiut lor coiil  and piitmlt-nin under ths Itnd* in tfelnos  Distr.ut, snd d������sunl������t������d a* follow*:���������tJom-  muueiuii nt n po.t plaat^d en the st*  bwiehalths 8, K, corii������n>( Heothm i*,  tbeiiuu w* st aloug (he south biDDdtrjr of  ���������aid Svutl'iu 8 a. HO vlinlus, tbeno* ***i\b  I tO ohain*, m-irs er tarn 1 ��������� the sirath ln.un-  ���������tary .*f M. H, Uill'a cwl prespeolim I ���������  .*i.*., iti-nce mm t������n 1 t������ms, m re m \a*  tu li.\V ninth .li ten InmoIi, tbeno" M(-  -mint ���������������> ������* eea iMk-i V* pl*<-������ ut e< mtu-  ������nc> 111 at.  Ktu.t ihi-. 8U h duy of July  HUH.  K.A.t'A|{KW(,l(i.><i,V,  K.IM'.', Ak b'-  Distriot of Coast, Range 2.  ���������TA=K-B-FOTICE-that~W������itic^  Evert Westley, of Vancouver, B.C.,  plasterer, intends 10 ad ply for permission to purciiase the following  de^oribe-! lunds,���������Commencing at a  post planted about 5 milea  north  and 2 tniles *rM  0} the  6outht>a������,t  corner of CL SR-")8, thence fonth 80  chains,   thence oaat   80    cbains,  thence north 80 chains, thonce weet  80 chains, to post' of  commence*  ment, containing'640 acre������, more or  less.  WESTLEV EVERT WESTLEY.  Dated July 27th, 1010.  COAST LAND DISTRICT,  District of Cons-t, Range 2.  TAKE NOTIOE that Ernest At-  kins, of Vancouver, B C.,ocoupa  lion linmnitb, intends to apply for  perraicBion to porchaao the follow  inp dencribed landf. Commencing  at a post planted about "> mi leu  north and 2 miles east of thu i-oui lien st Corner of C L 3358, thence  smith 80 chains, ihence wem 80  chciiiH, tbunce north 80 ohniitP,  thnnce oast 80 chain* 10 post nf  commencement, containing fi40  W'rei>, more or lees.  RUN EST ATKINS  Dated July 27th, UUU.  3  COAST LAND DISTRICT.  District of Coast, Range 2.  TAKE NOTICE that Percival  James McLaughlin, of Vancouver.  B C, rancher, intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following described lauds: Commencing;  at a post plauted about 5 miles  north and 2 miles ������act of the eouth  east corner of CL 3358, thencenorth  80 cbain������, theuui west 80 ebaine,  tbenee south 80 chain*, thence east  80 chainp, to post of commencement  contaioing 640 acres, more or lees.  PERCIVAL JAMBS MCLAUGHLIN  Dated July 27th. 3910.  !\*nT!CK.  Any  jierson or j>ersotni wish _  inn to cut any fallen timlx-r  on 1   MIJ,rK j,wrw>),y gbm *h,r ai lsv������  City l'urk lota are  at   litvrty t<>Lft������ ������wte 1 mteudu>appl>*t*������t������������������ il>������.  cut  ttttdteiiiove name for  their h"*���������* * ������������������������������������������ ������ ������������'*' ���������*** ���������' ^m,������ '^  , ,.       .   ,     1 World i'-r >< I*.('-ns* t   ur-* ������������������ f.���������������.:-.������> I  own it-^e     Auy stAudinx umber, tm ttiUnm WHmr ,���������,,m i|l(. u .,��������� ,��������� K, ���������.  I* ml  . n tlh.M'1, tiitt ifwai-ritj.it   IW   t l-rntl   .  1 * mtm-tttit'9*ln ptMt ptaatwt fit eb-in������ j  ������l,W.tvm������r'   I "**>tioi������ 1.1  must   not   In.- cut ur   dt*.tn������vt*d t  Any fwrniii fmmd diiiuping j^ai |  kige im faidiwklots  will   k"���������t,flh*  prosecuted.   By order of tlift City Uh^ ttmim ^t  tlAti etui***,  lfc������.  \  Council.  MrKrvvrtv,  i il,.n.f ***������t������������<*atns.  thsm*fl orn  Sft  ih������ic  5������> ehnltf,  *  COAST LAND DIKTRICT.  District of Const. Ruhro 2.  TAKE NOTICK thnt Jnm������������  Hervey K������-e, ������'f Vancouver, B.C.,  ofoupation teamMer, intends lo up*-  ply for peimiitfion to purohaae the  fnllowtn*? dwcrihwl Undt: Com-  meneinititt a po*t planted aboni h  wdvti north and 2 milea eaftt of 'he  HOU1 Iveait corner of Cd, 3-).f>8, thenre  nortli ftt) chain*', thencs east Mil  chains, lliir.ee smth hCrhuiUf,  ihimee w������.������t ^cusiiii to yott of  (imntnetieeiiiput, ronta ning GIO  acre?, morn or lea*.  4AMKH HKKVKY KKK.  iimt t ,/uly JMi, IWUi,   . ���������.   ������ . 1 ,        ,  {A*\A'[ LANl������ DlhTHlCT.  I-.-.i'i,'. <)i\*i������������i, iksnr.i'������.  TAKK N'OTICR that Richard \*  Lae������i.������*. ni Vancouver, B.(J .uenth**  man, intend* to apply for |������ermi ���������  ������ion to purchtce the. following df-  ���������e-rtlt'd  lur-'-*    f'"!i *.������.������'i.i \i.g   ai   .1  t������o#t plaiitfl nWwl  1  \\d\e*   rnx'.'x  nud'i \\.\it-* matt  ������t   tie   ������*>Ml Ok!  mu rt of CL JWiS.thtnca coulb W������  riiMM'.    !������������ii������w e**.   Hi)   eh������������n������,  it.enee north *0fh.iin������. ihanceft t  at I pm, cOiittt'oUag with auauer      }    K' " l������ tt> ''������������'i '*ug,,  19111, lytu  Uakrib sTypcwriui.  {t'i.*t.-"i..jatli HiIcUjmu* U |������U������������ ������4 ������*���������  j������,tn|NfcMlt.  I uti-.) tliis 2&tb .)������> ot July 1V10  j r- VMtAt,  ������  i  mi ������uh.t������������    .������v("lrlmM ������,tmK**t .f r. niii.umJhmsnW  r������m������������itnn|t *������4^������ rre*. mm* or Ihi*.  Rfcn.Mtn p I EK&OK  \i*r*\ July iU\ . .*lx\ THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Complicated  Case  The Man Who Wai Acctwcd of  Having Murdered lliiiuelf.  By CUTHBERT BAKER.  Copyright, 1310. by American  Press  AssoKi.ill.il>.  _J  I am an unfoi-iunaic man. I never j  committed a crime in tuy life*, never ,  even did a dishonest net. mid yot I am j  in jail accused of nun-dor. Tliis may (  not^o astonishing, for many an itiuo- |  cent timu has not only been acoiisod of j  but das boon hanged for murder, but  what is remarkable iii m.v cast* is tbat  I am accused of murdering myself.  Perhaps this Isn't i|iiiio clear. If * it  Isn't, It is eilhor liocause I lie case is a  very ooiniilicated ono or I am uot In a j  .fit condition of mind to iimlco it clear.  The only way to unravel the matter so  that it can bo understood Is io telltbe ;  story from the beginning. j  Twelve years ago I camo to Mortford. !  a young man of twenty-flvo. to look for j  a job. I had no funds, tu'iil. nol get- j  ting a position at onco. 1 ran iu debt to j  my landlady. A mouth passed, and 1  ���������had found nothing to do. My landlady !  tola me that if 1 didn't pay up by I lie j  'next Saturday night she would have1  me arrested for a common vagrant and :  swindler, I  That same day while walking about \  looking for a job I mot a man on tlie I  street who looked so much ��������� like me j  that 1 sin rod at liiiiiaa we passed; i  He turned and said: . . ���������:.      J  "You  must be a kip qf mine.'_ Yoa.j  look enough  like  tne to W "tny"own  'brother."  "What's your name?" I asked.  "   "Wllliam'lliggins."  "I am Nicholas Van Winkle."  We couldn't trace any relationship,  'but he asked me Into a boor saloon,  where wo pursued, that and other  'subjects. lie was an insinuating fellow and w:onTTiy~TOU?nteuW^Tr*f!ir  that I told him of my tiiinnctiil trouble. What did ho do but whip out a  roll of now. crisp bills and invito me  to help myself. I demurred at incurring obligations to a stranger, but be  insisted and litnijlj* literally forced  upon mo four ten-dollar bills, saying  that he was suro from the likeness  between us wo had sprung from a  common stock and ho didn't propose  that any kinsman of Ids should, suffer  6<> long as lie hml plenty of money. I  asked hlm for his address Hint I might  return the loan aftor gelling a position, Flo put Ills hand on niy shoulder and said. "I won't toll you. lest  you rob yourself to pay mo beforo you  nro .ready." With that ho wont out  somewhat suddenly and left uio vory  much surprised nt nil tlmt hud occurred,  The only thing to do was to consider  tlio episode a piece of good luck, and.  going to my landlady, I gave hor  throe of iho bills, keeping the othor  for eiiiTi'tit iicoi'sslilos, which I purchased liniiiedhnely.  The next day a pollceiuu* camo to  tin* limine find |iroiliicoil a warrant for  I ii y niTi'Kt,   Tlio .barge was passing ',  enuntei'lVit   money,   nnd   tlio   licenser i  was a druggist ,,f whom I luul bought I  0 toothbrush nml from  whom  I had  received change for a ten dollar bill.     |  Of course iho generusliy of my now j  found frlund was now perfectly pliiln I  to me.    I didn't know and dou't know \  now what lie expected lo gain by tlie |  transaction unless he hoped <(i list) nu* -,  Inter,    My   In ml ludy   mi   seeing   mo j  marched away by n polieomnn under j  ti charge of passing counterfeit money j  took Uio bills I hud given Iter In hor '  bunk,   where   thoy   were   prnmmitccd  spurious.   When 1 was brought up for  exniiilii.-iiiun  lu.ili she and ihe ilnig-  (j-bl  appeared  against   me.    I   told  u  straight   story,   but   wil limit   effect.  Counterfoil bills hail bceii shoved Into  clrciilntlou, and  th" police had  been  looking for (lio shover.    I  wim hold  for trial nnd Hp.-til Ax woolen lu jail,  Then I was tried.    As ill ore was uu  uvldenoo connecting me wllli n gang  of counterfeiters, I was noipillleil uud  released,  Itul otto tlmiitflit absorbed mo-to get  oven wiili iho man who lit*! played  Uio trick mi me tlmt Innl kopl mo six  weeks In n liorrlbli' cell and ruined  UIO III Iho place when* I li.nl lutcinled  to sillle. I walked lh- mroots Imping  to meet hllll llll I was nn wink from  hunger Hint I couldn't walk tiny  longer, thon gavo II up. Uul ad tlio  whllo I wns thinking of a plnn for  revenge. At last I con -no tod .mo Ihnt  mli'tit ontoli Hip counterfeiter und punish    llllll    for    soiiicllniig    inun-    1.1.ni  Uif,t������������������iH .... ������������������ f ���������   .' ������������������"-��������� ',' v.������������������������������������"���������  I woiii (.. a wofil Iii flic oiitt'lHrls of  th������ town nnd In n (roe pinned n ploon  of paper mi which I had writ ton lu a  trembling (mm! that I was nlmtit tn h<������  >>.nrili.ri.il   liv   n   man   who   ll.nl   for.'iil  IIIH   10   p!|������S   ClillMl'fit it     IllOHOy,    1    IHIV-  Ina threatened (<������ put tlie poll*'** on to  him und his gum,*, I doscrUiwt ihe  mnn who had given uio the spurious  bills. In doing no nt imirno I de-  terlbid my own personal appearance,  tint I didn't care for Hull, for I pro-  {h/kc������J tn disappear fi-un iho pbi'-o nml  play <l.u1 timing mtion (tils Hie  only ''.������������������.iiih I ...tint iti.nl, ul io������g...u  fny rovoiifc'o, I romi-rn-d myrPlf Into n  trump and did tid *i"p moving until  1 tint! i?nne -t-ime fit** ������ttil#������*s from lli>>  lOWft  u fiero  |  till)   b;id  ������M UltH'h if*-i*t  M*������ M tl ���������- fid t-f >������������������'���������*��������� *r-������im������ I found  i m-iii ,-. In. ������������������!ivi������ nte n Job. mul I re-  joke I Hiai at lust 1 but renebeA u  hm on of r������"������i  lido O..HI. .ii? I took up n newspaper  !������.���������������) i*-i:t. >>-��������� ---i-ii'-i ������f ihj' nmtti mnt-  tut.    l.i.-iv   .-e,, r,   tt.it l****m meet* ***  I Und both my body, dead or alive. ano.  j my murderer. The police had sent out  j thousands of circulars giving the de-  . scription of Wm thut 1 had written. '  1 und it Uud been copied in many news-  i papers.  i    I notieed one day ou looking up sud- ,  detily nt my employer (hat he was  ! L-cnilitilzing uie. It had occurred lo  j me before this tbnt my giving a de-  j scription of my murderer tlmt would  j answer as well for me ns tor hi in  1 might lead to serious complications.  j Indeed, after seeing tho description of  ! the supposed inurderor in the newspa-  ! per I had become very anxious. The  i result was that when 1 saw my em-  | ployer looking ut me as lf comparing  I tno with the description 1 turned pale.  Uo looked away, aud thai ended the  matter, at least for Ihe time.  Several days later a man came Into  tho store where I worked, had some  words with uiy employer and then, advancing toward me. eyed me sharply;;  then he took a printed slip from his  pocket and referred to it, evidently  comparing me with It. At last ho look  out a pair of handcuffs, put thorn on  my wrists aud led me out of tbe \  store. It didn't occur to me lo protest or to ask auy questions. I knew  I was to be taken back to iho scene of  my former troubles to answer to the  charge of having murdered myself.  lt didn't appear to me then tbat 1  should have any trouble in identifying  myself. I resolved to say Uiaf I bnd  succeeded in getting away from the  man who bad intended lo murder mo  and had left that pari of the country  altogether. It didn't occur to me that  such a story in the face of a charge  of murder would appear pretty thin.  The lirst realization of my danger that  oiinie^to nn.1 was in tnlkiug with the  official "AVlio was taking me back to  ���������Wci-tfo'rd. I told him the story just  as J. ha ve ��������� thus far told it here. And ,  wluitiwa.s his comment? It wus this: |  . '-'Youug man, if you can't make up  a bettor yarn than that you'd better  be prepared for the worst.1' i  This startled me.    1 bad deemed it i  a   misfortune   to   be   taken   back   lo !  Mertford on a case of mistaken idea- '.  tity uud lo be put to the trouble of an  explanation, but that 1. would be liable  to conviction for murdering my owu  ^rflmTlTIpT)eFrM*^3TaTonstrous-thaHt~  had not even entered my head.  "If you can't prove au alibi," added  my keeper, "you're gone."  "What's an alibi?" 1 asked.  "Beiug somewhere else at the time  the murder was committed."  "Uut 1' shall prove .that 1 am the  man 1 am accused of murdering."  He turned and regarded me with a  cyuicnl smile.  "Seo here." he said, "I've been mixed  up with cases like yours for twenty  yours, Juries are ready to believe a  lot of rot from a prisoner wllh whom  they sympathise; but my advice to  you is' not to endeavor to work off on  thom nny such rubbish us that."  This frightened me. I loaned buck  on the cushion of the seat as woll as  my bundciilTs would permit, and gavo  myself over to the most gloomy re-  flcctlotiH,  When we reached Mertford nnd I  had boon examined, not having any  moans with which to employ counsel,'  1 was assigned oue. He camo lo llm  jnil nnd heard my explanation. Wlien  It was. Mulshed-he said that ho'Would  not think of conducting a case on any  such Improbable line as that nnd If I  Insisted on his doing so I "must Hnd  iniul tier defender.  Whnt was I to do? All theso poople  who wero used to such oiihpx agreed  that I must not claim iliat I was myself, I nuked my lawyer wlnuu hu  thought I'd butler claim to bo. II������  snld Hint It didn't mnko any dlll'ormic���������  what my nntno was Criminals usual*  ly luul plenty of names und used suoli  us worn convenient under dltlVroin clr  cutnstnncoH. The only point III my fu-  vor, ho tulded, was that the body ol  the litittl I lmd mui'di't'i'd had nol boon  found. Ilo would make as much ol  this as possible anil oxpociod Hint lit!  would bo would bo able to got mo oil  i wllh a Honlenoo of llfo |iii|il'ls������iiiiuilil  Insioiul of death.  Ilo Hoeuied to consider tills ipillo ������  eoinfoi-tiiig nssui-nuop. I'or myself I  thought ihai oven Imprisonment for  llfo In (ho ease nf one who had com-  milted murder nn bimself or kiiIcIiIo,  If li can bo so ooiiHirued, Is nil hoi  liiird linos, However, I lelil niy Inw-  yor that I wouldn't venture to Mtiggesi  u line of defense fo one who know thn  law perfectly, and ho might consider  ice ell her dead or nllvo, Innocent or a  murderer, its ho saw (It, To this lio replied that thoro had undoubtedly boon  oases whoro ii lawyer knew his client  tu tie Innocent, Iml (ho evidence Imd  been no nl long iigaliisi hlm t,!i;il ho Iiuh  advised hlm to plead guilty nnd throw  ! himself on j ho mercy of Hio court.  ..     ,i ..,ii..  ,.e it.,.  , ������    ������������������ ������������������-��������� '    r   1 <v\A M- tnwver win* oniii'i'iltulatilitt  liluiKolf-thttt lm would got mo off Willi  a llfo amiteuee when thu polico, who  bad lung suffered Ixforc iho pnl.Uc  for whnt wus considered tlieli- iicgll-  geiice In iho case of my iiiiuiter, by  (���������inn loneii ihk������i.i- >��������� ,'���������-% - - ''. '. .'.  I liinl been murdered mieanlied n  body. I learned long.afterward that  It i*nmo from n iiiriiei- of au old Imrlnl  lot.    Hut It was enough, with all the  ; other c.invlnclnu evidence sgnlunl mo,  In linn,,* ino,  1 in- "ii'.v bit of iJiK.I bi--t. I I.i'*" had  nt all has l������o������ni Iho i-npiure of Hu* gana  ������.f  i..nl..l.'lfcilen   b.   " Jl';'li   ' ���������'*   .l..nM.'  belonged,   I In'Ulii'l) 111,1  inuu-i'i mi h.-il'ij  in tlmi hliii Hint '������ humor tm. b.< did  t *o. Tho roouii mnn Uio brini.,i-,^ into  i ..iirt Hu* renl tiiurd'Tor <>f ������!.��������������� man  wim wn* iml murdered. Win. h of us  w������n������d lisv������ lisil io swbttj f.t tin. uiur.  iter if Ui*> m\wt *A# Um', l>>.. .;'.,-** t.i  I don*! know. I am going ion *i fros  man. snd I f.rnfKiso t������ d(*(lanr.- tuxustf  *** thsi t will never again u*,% nkt  anybody.  WHEN THE TROOPSHIP SAILS.  Thomps A.'s Farewell When He Goes  on Foreign Duty.  A dull morning, a wet morning, nnd  dirty. The harbor shows grey and  ugly in the half light. That huge outline heaving out yonder on the slowly  rising rollers seems deserted.  But fussy tugs haul her great shape  round, busy boats come and go in the  greyness. A white jet of steam shoots  up, trails nwny; black figures can be  seen working furiously amidst a rattle  of chains and blocks.  A clatter of hoofs, and then a dozen  trooiwrs rattle up with half a hundred  horses: a confused mass, struggling,-  eursing, stamping, they crowd the  long quayside. Then they case up;  somehow they look long at the'miserable scene ��������� the drifting mist, the  bare, grey outlines.  "It's a dismal hole," says one khaki-clad figure; "but it's a last look at  the old country!"  Then the waiting-crowd thickens. A  faint echo of martial music, growing  stronger���������a tramp of feet���������a hoarse  cheer. Someone roars, "Here they  come!"  And here they do como! Column after column, with swinging step, heads  erect, a huge drummer's arms whirling fearfully, pipers playing furiously  at fear of being out-rivalled.  See that old man marching so  proudly,'eves lit up, lips tight pressed? He's one of the regiment, one of  the old brigade, living over the glorious past again.  "Thnt wns fifty years ago!" he murmurs sndlv. But he grips a lad's hnnd  ���������his "boy"���������holds up his head, and  marches with the best.  And other hands are being held this  dark morning. Here one tanned private sndlv eves the white face at his  side. She's'only a*-shop-girl���������a slim,  little, shabby figure���������but her eyes are  moist as she saueezes his hand tight-  lv, and trudges silently, uncomplainingly, in the rowdv rabble and sludge,  just to be at his side. They don't  suv anything. There's nothing to say.  He doesn't ask her to wait, doesnit  swear his love; but he gazes fiercely  ahead, and curses fate.  Then a shrill bugle-call. Men break  rank, swarm up the gangways; the  crowd surges forward, privileged  friends crush aboard. ,  Here, under a sheltering funnel, is  the last farewell���������a tender parting,  amidst shrill whistles, ringing bells,  hoarse  voices. .      -      .  "TouHTEnr-!nr���������fnintr-^-ou-ll���������wait,  loss?   You mean it?   Promise!" see a  pale face, blue eyes, looking up pitifully.    A  long,  comforting arm  goes  round   a  slim   waist,  and     Well,  it's getting very dark in that'corner.  We'd better leave that picture.  Now a loud clang, clang, and a hustle of seamen���������men who gaze on such  weaknesses scornfully. They leave the  missus at all seasons. They've just  left her now���������comforting thought:  gone back to get the lodger his tea!  But "Tommy" is going to a strange  clinic, and as a hoarse roar of All  ashore!.AH ashore!" swells up, n silent o(fiber wonders.how many will re-  turn to those dull-grey shores, how  many will see that white-haired fath-  cr, that sadly weeping mother, who  would always die cheerfully for her  weakest���������tho black sheep.  But he's 'listed now; he's resolved  to do woll���������to turn ovor a new leaf.  A roar of haste, a shrill, warning  whistle, and tho crowd is fairly heaved'ovor tho sido. Someone's promising to write ovory week. Someone s  comfort ing; "Don't take on, mother!  Come, I'm not blubbering!"  And as tho screw fast churns tha  wntor there's a waving, a cheering,  from tlio lessening crowd; then thn  sea mist (lonts across; thc picturo  fades���������is gone.  Valient Father, Valient Son.  A viilinnt son of a valiant fathor  was Cnptain Claude do Crospigny,  whoso tragic death was recently recorded. His father, Sir Clnudo dn  Crespignv, has crossed Iho North Poa  in n balloon, nnd is tlm only whito  man who has nuccesslully swum the  first Nile oalnraot. Ho has escaped  from the coils of a python, dive*} jo  nniuso a few friends among tho sharks  at Horniudii, and enlisted as a scout  during tho Boer War bociniso rod tnpo  Hironlonod to keep him ill Kngland  waiting for a billot until, as ho put it,  "nil the fun was over"; threo of his  son- iilso boint* at thr- front at tho  time (ino iniuht sonreh tho world  aver fo llml nn individual triorp fond  of sport and adventure. In swimming,  shooting, rtinniuif, riding, and rowing  ho excels, nnd his-son wns equally  oiithusiiislie a* ii sportsman and an  nthlele. Tlio latter showed groat hero,  lant when out wiih tho 2nd I.lfo  OiiardA during, tho Door War,  Tom Mann, Labor Champion.  It was tho grout dock xlriko ol Iim  which brought into prominence Mr.  Tom Milan, who hns returned to ling-  hind utter nice years in Australia. Uo  throw himself into tho work of or-  pani/iitioii with rueli oiinrgy nnd on-  .thuslastn that, on thn day of victory,  ho was I'lectod prosHlont nf tho Dockers' Union, As a boy ho worked iu  the coal-pits, iretting tlm merest sninl-  fering of education. Lalcf lie. entered  nn  engineering  workshop,  when*  ho  *    , I   II      iul..   !!inrn���������Mlh*     and   in  duo t'<iur*p ncitntcd (or tho betterment  nl iiiuir coiiMiiioii*.  :tf������<w^WV.*ii������������**t*^^  tUUAe..'.-W'.-!S.tt^.-J-.llJA.IIU-l.^llBIWMtS**UIIIIII  ' ���������3it> Cfiss>s>-:<a  ROYAL  YEAST CAKES  MOST PERFECT MADE  W<s Im������w and user* of Royal Yeast Cakea know that the������������  are tho best good* of the kind in the World. Bread made with  Koyal Yeast wUl keep moiat and fresh longer than that made with  any other.   Do not experiment���������there is no other "just as good."  t. W OILLETT CO. LTD. Toronto, Cnt.  Awarded hlghsat honors at all liposltlona.    ,, Montreal  MADE IN CANADA  igftJMiofrttMllllMlitfl  ��������� *������������������������      (.'������������������.At,  UNCONSCIOUS HUMOR,     i   _._ i  Tht Way It Sometimes Crops Out In  Examinstion Papers.  "About the driest thing in the world1  !s tbe reading of a lot of examination  papers," said a youug University o������i  Pennsylvania English instructor re-i  oenily. "but occasionally rhe monotony;  of un evening of such work ls relieved  by a bit or humor. Frequently students try to be funny, thinking, perhaps, that thoy will iu this way get on  the right side of the man who marks  the papers, but such attempts are usually Hat failures. It Is fbe unconscious  bits of bumor that are the gems.  "A short time ago I gave as a subject for an essay to one of my fresh-'  man classes 'My Impressions of Pennsylvania.' Ono youth wrote his name  at the lop of his paper and then sat  through the entire hour, gazing at tbe  ceiling, apparently unable to get a  start. Then at the end be handed In  tbe blank piece of paper. As a piec������  ot saiire It would have been excellent,  but l am sure he had no such intention. The blank paper merely represented"* Ills inability to get Ills Impressions iu rw-riting and not the lack oC  impressions.  "A short time ago a history profes-  jgOLaskod (ho question 'What caused  the Krouch rebellion^TS^OT"-QnFof"  the replies was merely, 'Too much  Bourbon.' If this answer had come  from nn ordinary student he would  bave given the writer credit for a  witty answer, but it was written by  n serious minded youth from the country, who, ho was sure, was Incapable  of such an effort and probably aid not  even know there was a whisky by that  name. Truly the unconscious are tho  gems."-riillnilelphia Record.  Tact  "Helen," demanded the stem  mother, "what are all these little stars  at the end of this young man's lelt.-r "  Now, some girls would hove blushed  and admitted thoy wore kisses, but  not Helen.  "You see, nianinu'," she replied  calmly, "he is a sttidon^of astronomy,  and tho little stars indicate the posi-  (ion of. certain planets in the solar  system."  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Diphtheria.  Overrunning the Soil.:;  Old Dad���������Back to the fa-m, mv hoy.  "No use, dad.   All the funis; are oc.  cupied by summer boarders.";   i*.  .  A Popular Fashion  Tailor���������How about the collar on  your coat?  Customer���������Make, it so that if you  were coining down the street to collect  the bill you couldn't see me.  Red, Weak,  Weary, Watery  Eyes  Relieved by Murine Eye Remedy  Try Muiino for your Eye Troubles  Vou will like. Murine. '. It Soothes.  50c at Your Druggists. Wnte'for Eye  Hooks Free. " Murine Eye Remedy  Co., Toronto; 2*  "There's a man to see you, sir, with  two wooden legs." "Tell him wc don't  want any !���������"  State of Ohio, City of Toledo:  Lucas County.  Frank J, Cheney makes oath that he  is senior partner of the firm of F. J.  Cheney & Co., doing business in the  City of Toledo. County and State  aforesaid; and that said firm will pay  the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of  Catarrh that cannot be cured by the  use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.  FRANK J. CHENEY.  Sworn to before me and subscribed  in my presence, this 6th day of December,  A.D. 1886.  A. W. GLEASON,  (Seal) Notary Public.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern,  ally, and. acts directly on the blood  and mucous surfaces of. the system,  Send for testimonials free.  F. .1, CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.  Sold bv all Druggists. 7oc.  Take Hall' Family Pills for cohsti-'  pation.  Nick���������"What  pood   is   an  nsbesto9  curtain, anyway?"  ��������� Nnx���������"Keeps  the show from being  roasted."���������Yale Record.  A  Mild  Pill for Delicate Women.���������  The most delicate woman can undergo  a course of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  without fo<ir of unpleasant 'consequences.    Their action,  while wholly  effective/is mild ap.d npreenble.    No'  ~ ������������������    . .'"  ^iTfloTrtHTniTiTrtir^^  use, as thousands of women who have | those innocent looking fli'es'mav cause  used them enn testify. They are, j a real tragedy any 'day, as they are  therefore, stronsly    recommended    to; known to he the principal agents for  women, who are, more prone to disorders of the digestive organs than men  Busy London Methodists.  , A grent fund Is in contemplation for  the development and reconstruction of  Wesleyan church work in London.  The sum of $ 1.250.000 is likely to he  fixed on as the minimum required. It  will bo remembered thnt the Wos-  leyans celebrated the advent of the  twontieth century by raising n fund  of a million guineas* for church purposes. Since then the denomination  has grown in wealth. As Londoners  subscribed $025,000 lo tho twentieth  century fund, whicii was for tho jrur-  poses of tho denomination in gonoral, j  it is not likely that thoy will shrink  from tho tusk nf subsoribimr $ 1,250,-  600 for work in thoir own midst, j  Vory. Much Surprised  ''You look suri rise], Airs. Mangle;  what's the matter?" I  "Why, my son, Tom, canie in just j  now full of an aviary meet lie has  seen, lie told mo some news of thej  llights in the air Hint wore absolutely j  incredulous nnd so stiprised mo as io1  leave mo almost in n sintc of jiutro-j  faction."��������� Ilalliiunro American,  The. transition from winter's cold to!  summer's heat frcipiently puts a strain  upon the system that produces inter.  innl complications, always painful and  often serious,   A common form of dis.  , order is dvnoiiiory, to which many um  prone in the sprhig and summer. The  very best medicine to use in subduing  this painful ailment is Dr. .1, 11. Kel-  loggN Dysentery Cordial, It in n  standard remedy, sold everywhere,  Private Hill Huggins (to Colonel,  who lin* brought hitn to see a lne-  , inorial brass in the church to those  of the regiment who fell in ihe war)--  "Well, zur, if I'd 'i-kiiowu your name  wiirn'l a-going to he ntnong-d 'oin,  bless, d if I would a' given a penny  lo (he thing!"  j PRESERVE BABVS SKIN j  1    A lifetime of ilistlgiiri.nioiit mid suf-|  Icriiig often ic-iili,-. fi'oiii tin- a. gleet,;  ! Iti Infancy and childhood, of simple1  i������kiii affection*, lu tho prevention uud j  itreatment of minor eruption* and iiij  illie promotion of pcrniiitiotit skin and I  limit' liciilth, Ciiticiiui So'ip mid CitfM  ;eiirn Ointment are riliinliib'ly unriviiL|  led. Itching, burning cewinus, ritslu-H, I  1 Irritation.* and oIiiiHiiuh yield to Ctiti.]  Cliril  When  all  r|������,o  lull.-.,     lue   i'ollci j  A traveller, pvoitaking an old doctor, whose iia������r was much fatiguAl,  quizzed, tlio old gentleman "urioii his  turn-not. "A nice horse yours, doctor! Very valuable boast that! But  what makes him wa>: his tail, so,  "Why, as vou hnvo ������sk"il me, T will  t 11 you It's is for the same'reason  that vour tongue wags so���������a sort, of  firm-ill weakness."'  the snrend of dysentery, typhoid fever,  diphtheria, tuberculosis, nnd other infectious diseases. The remedy lies in  Fly Puds.      '���������  "At an iiiferriational football match  played.last season between England  ami Scotland, an English enthusiast  .r������tVoatedly kept, shouting to his sido,  "Sit on thom," until a Scotsman near  hy called out, "Hand your whisht,  mon: ye can sit on a rose, but ye  canna sit on ri thistle,"  AT THE OUTSET  Young married couples should start their house-keeping  careers    aright.     Remember,    Mrs.    June-Bride,    that'  EDDY'S INDURATED WARE  l������ the BEST on the market.   Also that  Eddy's "SILENT" Matches  nre absolutely safe and harmless.  MATCHES,  PAPER  (of all descriptions), WOODENWARE,  PAILS,  TUBS AND WASHBOARDS.  A. ('���������..���������  ,"'  Y.f't,  Ths Merry Boarders.  "Lot's nee," observed tha smart  hoarder, seating hiinsoll at tabUi,  "lime in it tin* proverb rurin"~  "Vou ri'lor lo ino ������������������������������������i.iiiiit ium. >...!���������  man's moat is aitoilior man's ha������h?"  put in one.  "Or," said another, "'Dont cry  over ,-kimniod milk"'"  "Or possibly," snid n third, " 'In  butter thoro is strength?' "  "No," returned tho smart boarder:  "the iiitrtli'ui.il  pliofh I L.i-I :'.'. I'-'.U'. I  is, 'None but the bravo cun fact* tlie  *  ..������������������  .  \V H.\,  sole  propti"tois  (lf  thfi  Ciiti.i  j cura HoiiicilloH,  will he glad to ssml j  I you tlioii fno :l2-|i.'igo boolj on tie* cure  I nud Inntuieiit of the skin and scalp.   !  "v....   ...in iii,.i.i     mv   iliMir    Yon  ought In fed plia-el having juA giini.<  cd ri decoration.   What's the matter "  "There are   tn   many    who   hnvo  them."  I.i.-c  Madeira  Island Roads.  In the whole of '.In- Mad.-ira iiduml*  tb.-ff ate im wheeled Vehicles, for tho  roti'li arc t������m r������nigh ami mountainous.  Thon- *n- ������ I"* *���������������-���������������vy di-ls*: drawn  bv t.nlliH'k*. but the favurito modes of  ji.comotlon nn* hainimx k������ ������Wutg uu  ���������iilet ami t*������rn������ by native and basket elcdjie*. The latter nt������ used (ot  .ti������sc*tidinf tho mountains and we  ssiliiully ������uui������4 5>jr ��������� r-Jai.tr berhia-J.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper,  Vir.-t Vit,i,fn,.r (;;r\   "Thnt Hr! from  f'iiiciim/iti is at*fully *tuok up, i*n't  che'r" i  ft'OOIld   Iilrl     "Ve������.     hi||.     seems     In  t'dnk sbo'* tho wholo oconn bccaimo  -In- wear- a umnel wave." j  The Old I'ri.n.l   "I nndi r4and that  your priiclie- im I'elling bigger," ;  Th*    Vi.iing    |)iH*i<ir���������"Tluil's inte i  3.r>   l..ifi- :.l !n   iiniu d    ti.'arlj"   f������'rt  (Kllllnl-   111   th,.   lust   IIKIIltll."  W. N. U., Ne. WI.  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in Food
"Wi should  suspect somo danger near,
Where  wc  possess  delight."
THUS runs.the pictistlc whine. Dr.
Isaac Watts said it. Like a host
of other m?chanical jingles'turned
out. from the same hraln and
fingers, it is unworthy of the man who
wrote some of the noblest hymns ln the
English language. The story goes that
the til led patrons, in a corner of whose
those of soft flesh. If yo have nny
misgivings on the subject, ,-et cannot
refuse the "delicacy" (?), !t-si n the peril
by seasoning it with red pepper unci
tart sauce or clear lemon juice.
Purchase none that is In the least
doubtful as lo age. If the eye he dull
and sunken and the fins tlabby, take to
yourself the benefit of the doubt and
let it alone.
I hav�� talked at length upon fish ptomaines because danger lurks more frequently in this perishable article of
diet than In any other. The edible
mushroom Is a close second. If the
truth were known, we should find that
many cases of Illness attributed , to
,-?'��onous fungi, gathered by mistake,.
should have been ascribed to stale
mushroonis, that were harmless when
freshly gathered. Give a wide berth to
such as are offered as bargains because
"not quite fresh, you know." When
lliey begin to wither Into flabbiness and
curl up at the edges, the ptomaines
are eettlng in their line work. Red pepper and lemon may, and .'will, kill the'
weaker breed of destroyers. They avail
little against those that have had three
days' start. ���
Mouldy bread Is another lurking place
for ptomaines. I have heard housekeepers gravely assert that "mollis
does not hurt bread." A woman who.
had studied domestic science in college
argued with me, to her own satisfaction, that mould, being a vegetable
growth, when it appears upon stale
bread, is as harmless as yeast, "Of
which it may be said to be a by-product.'' she concluded. "Under the microscope you would see a miniature forest
in that slice of mouldy bread. Toast
It. and you have dead wood���nothing
worse." ���
She may have been right. I -nay err
in advising my fellow-housemothers to
keep bread from moulding, if possible,
and to throw it to pigs and .chickens
.when    the   blue-edged   forests   appear
.him to produce' a hymn every morning
before he met them at breakfast, He
was, during these years, engaged upon
ihe "Divine Songs and Hymns" that
earned him immortality In church and
Sunday school, lf this be true, one
comprehends mu.-h and forgives almost
as much In the said "productions."
In pondering the subject set down for
today's Talk, the pessimistic coupbt set
at tlie head of this article has haunted
aie persistently. To a healthy body and
tha normal appetite that should go with
health, eating is a delight. The day has
80113 clean out of sight in which tlie
rellned women und intellectual men
thought the pleasures of the table bo-
nemli the consideration ,of noble minds.
As late as Sydney' Smith's times, his
learned brethren, ecclesiastical and literary, frowned or sneered at the frivolity or tlie epicureanism that dictated
tlw rhymed salad recipe which is perhaps better known to. the genera) read-
'nit public tluin any other effusion of tlio
clerical wit.
Our age is essentially practical and
coiumonserislble. When one lias no relish for food Un Sydney Smith's generation, bluff squires would have said "no
stomach lor victuals"), we assunio that
he Is all.na In body or perturbed In
spirit. One and all, wo eut to bv.*, und
are not ashamed to confess Unit we Jive
to mil, so far as to reckon tho gratification of appetite one of the joyg 0C
Therefore, when brought up.against
(lie mull tlmt dangers, seen and unseen, illNpi.-rl themselves In the food wo
love mul must have, we sicken ut heart,
At tlio outset of our dissertation I
cull attention to tlie fact that caution
nuiy degenerate Into foollnh squr-nintsii-
ness, We hnvo hoard from babyhood
ot the overrcllglous Urahmln who, he-
liming ll u mortal sin to oat. of any
llvhm ei'eiilure, perished with thiist
iificr a mischievous Englishman showed
hlm n drop of wriggling water under
Ihe mlcroHcopo. Fastidiousness aldn to
this fanaticism moceil tin. woman who
asked hor doctor whicii was tlie lesser
risk, to ilrlnk unboiled water with IU
frslght of anliniiloulae, or (lie lint cooked
llipjld, which, sho hml licon lolil, con-
talneil no clcmoniH of nutriment,
"That depends oiitiri'l,V, iiuiilnm," ro-
plli'd thn witty (liilen, "upon whether
you chonsu in malic an aipiiirtiiin or a
ci'iiicli'i'V of your stomach,"
Vet we cannot deny that the water
we ilrlnk Is somollini's a iriillful snureo
of iI|m<iii-c, Witness I tin liolglilitjl'liimits
Hill li'ivo been plague stricken by rivers
polluted at thoir Monroes or convened
Into iicu'i'H In niiiiiliitv by lllthy drain-
ago. inning tin. Civil War the creeks
draining the outlying swumps Into iho.
Clilokiilioinlny slow run is than tli��
Federal guns, An oillcur who escaped
til* fever tlpit decimated his regiment
(onl an., tliiit lie nucil his .-������ u-ty to Ids
practice, persisted  In from.tlie begin
"Ptomaine poison" is a phrase sprung:
upon  us  within  the  last decade.    The
thing Itself Is an old acquaintance, although thus lately christened.
It is an ungainly term, with a very
ugly root, being derived from a Greek
word, signifying it corpse, with the
added significance of "falling." In the
loose way oven educated people huvo
of fitting words to things that "come
han'dy," we associate" our new sclenlltlo
term with llsh, seldom applying It elsewhere, ln fuct, It Is tlie "generic namo
Of alkaloid bodies formed from animal
or vegetable tissues during putrefaction," From these alkaloid germs thus
evolved spring livelier bacteria, and so
on and so on, and, for all we know, ad
Wo' knew, nnd our ancestors boforo
us, that stale fish is one of the most
'deadly of unwholesome foods, long before chemists helped us lo n. name for
tl.c noxious principle pervading It, The
very elements that make tt it valuable,
brain toot\ nre, by decomposition, perverted Into ptomaine,
Without knowing why, wo learned
long ago Unit llsh Is less likely to disagree with dolleiiln stomachs If onion
with aeid sauce or with tlio accompaniment of pure acid. Whon n mere thlld
I diiiouvuivd Uuu shad did nol cause In-
dlgcstlnn �� hun I seasoned It will) vinegar
or lemon, Without a suspicion Unit tlm
deadly "alkiilnld" was thus measurably
counteracted, I fell Into tho halill of
usliitf acids with llsh. It was through
Instinctive oliedtonce lo what wo felt
rather tluin knew  that we camo to eon-
been In the must and sourness. I actually know one frugal housewife who
sifted ihe weevils out of the Hour and
put It back frito the barrel for family
use! it never occurred to her that there
might be as many invisible germs in the
sifted Hour as there were living wrigglers before 'she used the sieve,
Custards develop prisonous qualities
If kept too lung. Not a. dozen years ;
ago twenty families in one neighborhood of a great city bought custard
pies from the same confectioner, and
all who ate of therri were mado 111. The
symptoms were distinctly those of poisoning, and investigation was made. The
confectioner confessed that the custard
had been made three days before tho
pies were baked. Also, that the pies
were twenty-four hours old before they
were offered for sale. Chemical analysis showed the presence of some deadly
agent���I forget what. Now we should
call it "ptomaine.'*
Sprouting potatoes are unwholesome.
I have said before, and repeatedly, thut
the water in which raw potatoes
are cooked should be thrown away as
unlit for culinary purposes. In some
countries it is'reckoned poisonous. Old
potatoes should be cooked In two waters.
Sprouting potatoes should not'bo cooked
at all, except for chickens and pigs.
Luckily, the rank smell that goes with
the pale, dingy green of the peeled
vegetable repels the would-be eater.
Raw oysters have had such a black
eye (to borrow a sporting ..phrase)
in some of our cities within thc past
five years that a word of caution wouh'
seem needless. In consequence of tho
general alarm, the bivalves have fallen
into disrepute as an opening course of
dinner and luncheon. When they appear'in this capacity, it is. often under
the guise of "oyster cocktails." Th..,
acid and tabasco sauce arc supposed to .
neutralize  or kill tlie poisonous bacilli.
Since prevention Is, always and every-,
where, better than cure, It behooves the
wise manager ot the household to i.li.ei.l
her provisions, raw and cooked, from
the peril of contagion. A fly will deposit enough eggs in meat in a second
of time to sto'ekjt ��� with larvae In less
than forty-cigihl hours. Therefore, keep* .
meats behind Wire, and If they are to
be.kept  a day or so  without cooking,
-\ * x
wash over with vinegar r.nd a dash- ot -
red pepper. ,
Lay a lump of'charcoal in the bottom
of  the  chamber of the  refrigerator  In ���-.
which milk and butter are kept.
Make free use of the whitewash brush
in the  root  cellar,  arid 'everywhere let
in Che free nlr and sunshine   (when you
can  get it!)  once   a    day.   Have    wlro
Bcreens In your windows and doors   all
summer long.
Corruption breeds ln warm darkness,
, snd is carried Intb your dwellings upon
the feet  and    feelers    of    insects.' Tho
price   of   security., from   perils,
and microscopic,
���gent  vigilance,
  ,   visible
ft eteranl and Intelll-
V4 /itu&ty lc*x.f for the vhich**nsn
slder lemon and sardines Inseparable,
I think I have told before of the chef
who boasted of having "preserved ils-h
from decomposition liy a process of vinegar and charcoal." He hulldeil better
than ho knew,
Granting that add helps to ward off
the peril of ptomaine, stand fast to iho
rule nf eating uono except fresh lisli.
Cold Htorngi; has done uu Incalculable
iimoimt nf harm here, Ten years ago
I ale what was s��t before nio as "Die
1,1 Set the boii-Ud water in a.;i iccj-dc
llrst shad of the season," and nearly
died ns the penalty of misplaced eon-
llilencp. I discovered, nftor nn' i-. e >vorv,
that' It iind lain In cold storage since
ll.e preceding season, "Kriismi, lieucii
absolutely harmless!" protested tlic
I nm an Incorrigible Iniliiel as to, the
effect of rri'i'slnn upon IIhIi, piirtleiilarly
iram It, I cmisel the truiio, mil
Hi'. ilKly, wiUl regard to musty loaves,
I am yet moro positive In tlm convlc-
II. u* Unit musly llou,* and souring Indian mealiire iinsiii'u its food for human
eiealiiriiH, I .eft in Uieir own destnie-
tie,) ,iis feeds, the Hour will d< velop
weevils and tlie meal mealworms In
due time.   Tho gorniK of bolli must have
Gloves On or Off?
Denr Mrs.* Adams.
1, Our nilnltiar uluikes linnii�� a* wa
linns out the door from ehurrh. In It
more proper tn shake hands with it lovo*
on  or   not? ���    .'
1 When ho snys. "Clooil-i'vettlni?. Anne.
How do you feel this evenlnsT" wlnit
would be tin; best r.imwtr for n Kill of
Ifi in ninlm?      ,      .       ,    ,      	
3. I nm five feet four Inehcr toll, but
lo.ik verv voiiiik for mv ������.. which In Irt
veins.     How   limit   should     I    wenr     mv
hit I t't H *
4. Am I too old to wenr mv h'dr In
one brnld, rolli-it up nnd tied Willi ribbon   Ut   til"   liliek   of   m��'.'ll''jJ*Jjr)| ANT
1. As a woman usually keeps hor
gloves on In church, It Is permissible to
extend a gloved bund to the minister.
5. "Quite well, thntik ymi," is all you
need to say. If there Isn't time for those
few words, a pleasant smil.< und a slight
bow will bo siilllel.'iit.
3. Your ih'i'Kwi'N should .xiond to within one Inch of your shoetops.
i. Not at all.
illli.l  of   tTio   luonnniiai."nf*ilriiildiiii   tt.i
water uiuiatii not boiled ut le.isi forty
minute*,    **,
Iim uiy it ���iiiumer pusses lit wiilch His
cry Is not raised in our lilies Unit tbu
water supply Is tainted, Huitintlmits,
and oflener, w* ar* warned that llie I-.���
guitiered Inst winter In this or that
iii'Uliliorhoud Is full of typhoid germs,
II may lis unwise to disregard all thes.*
iliwiser signals.   If It be patnlilNhoii l>o-
>iOnl  pvimltt-inuie  Unit   llm  wulti   mi|i-
i ly Is poisoned, let thoso who can afford
ll drink bottled soring water, gum-
(inteed to bs harmless, imd Ist lliu.-o
who cannot buy tills by the case hull
tin wnter "'ed for drinking and cook-
"���tni'.ibli ��iiine?" Of course It 1st uut
llie siine U worth a thousand ciimlles.
1 know of score* of famlWei where a
reeitlnr pint nf thn summer wnrk In
tiuiittiii daily in many gallons of water
?��� will lust out the iwnnty-roiir limits.
t Is 'lilted  for half tin hour to mike
Hi .    i,   I'.i. (li-lMKUiMi nf Hit. til'iM  ro-
last  li.'icllll,  then eookiij, and Uist In-
��ide|  for  tnbls  nss or for drinking
.-�� <���.������!���   |�� m in ,\,m 1^,   -cn*,rm
German and French Hooks
AM a ilntni'stlfl ���clt.iifn sru.Iiuui. of
l'r,ill limlliule. Mine.. I limy ny, Uuu
I linvu tiiiii-o kiiiiwli'ils1' "f ninloiy
I Ini n   llie  iivi'i-.iKi*  .i.iux kn'ii.'l'.
Wllfn I liiinin lintisi'liii'ldlis two years
nun I liin.il two Oi-t'iium slrl* nf tin- i.imh-
iiiii iypi���mi'iiiiK, i Imu mul wllllng���ln imif.
erencu lo AniciU'inin, | |m.t in n.iln my
lli.lldH.   Mho luiil   iii.i'1.   hi   llie  eoiini'v   Iml
��lx   �� lm.    .\��  I   i-miM  r)..., 1.  ii   llllli   il. i-
in.,11, wi> I'unlil unlciiiouiiil on.. Hiimliur
Vol' ii vosr liters w���� not �� inenl, e��ii'|.t
lir.iukfu��t 'vhti'h I .11.1 not ��<��|.. i lt��.���ml
lii-imiiiiiilv, 'Clin liuumaunlil lelt in ll year
nun,  iii (is n luinlik.-i'i.i.t' In a si'O'.'rv *.i->i...
Sin.   Iniil   .tIl.-n.li.I   tilulu   ��,a I   fm    p..i,m.
I line, .ov e.,.i�� i dlinol mul luisll��|i well,
'J'nun.fiir*, xln. iliim nut t'niiifii���-In-it.l ni-
lull) ni'lilltllle iiilni'llili-i I have IiiiikIiI lier
to iiriiiiili-ii In i'..<iiu-ry.
Al In hi I nm nnninii tn Hi in.lot if
lilm i'IukIIi', i'an ynu oil uie win ft 1 can
[Ind In llll" I'liiintrv, wiolm In ��� .< >miu, ,i
bunk i*oriv��lniniltliS ,!�� "KiiiKIU'k I'Mi'lli'iil
i n Hi-rv .inn Sen iu.lie Iteiimnis," ��r Will-
Innn   #   KIhIiit'ii   KleiiieniK   nf   th,.   ���I'h i.m-
Almv  whom enn  I ttm) In ttriinnliition a
no i.ll..il Sivon hlilM iih tn iln- i.rnniiii'l|i> .'if
Knnrli linuiiiwlv.��, Slid I clioul.l H|,|. ��n
niunn lo,lii.on aii'i" ui tlitmi', ihnt 1 iniike
llil. miiilli'��ll.��n lio vou know of ��u h ��
pulilU'siiun m our, ounirvT
H.  P.  M.  treoilu,   111.),
, I am sorry not lo lw utile to lotip you
la ihu siiuMKle with "Kltrhen Oerouin."
���'-.    ���'- ���������-'������ --"-.        -  -���>  .���������,,��t  10
tlio Hull*.'hold." WHS iliiliNiuti.il lino
(li'tniiin, umi the tninslatlon is sttll to
be had from thn inilillsheis; bm Hint
dues nut treat of scleniliic reasons for
liruullc.il cookory.
"Frsncli liUlms for American TiiIiIoh."
by Pierre I'nron, bus be ai triuisliite.l by
Mrs. FTi'ilcrle Hliertniin; It msy mint
your. second demsnil. I giilned my
KiiowI<*rtg�� of French hoiiMi*w(Mv rneih-
������<Ii<, in,holing cooker), n> lit*- hiiomiH-
-.nn  i,nlent',
' "First th* ls>y spells h tblnnr nnd then
Lo rf,.,.., ,,.,| ,|,���..., !���,' u,nliiH |t',tai
itbrosd tor ��versl vi>nr��, nnd I itt botes
for much nf thai lime In F��oncs. ICn'i-
Und snd Italy, j hecsmn tolershiy w.-ll
scqiisinio.l ��fil,   ,h���   rulsloe   ,\f   incb
loiintry. V have had  the added nilvaii-
10 .-if     ot      emplnybiu      tlll'eo     rxrrlleiil
Fretuii conks In America, irom whom I
uul In ted a store nl' iiiIncoIIiiiioomS lull, riiiiniiiii    wllli   regard    lo   household
el'OII,miles All IIOllV" llp|i|-i'lltieeiihi|i ..-'
ItVelVl.  IllelltllS  la  ll   Wi'lbiirill'li'il lillrlieli
Is v.'orth ii live-year coiiim. in a  enoU-
. Illg eliiHS,
llonu'-Miuie Fireless Cooker
A Kentucky correspondent sends In ,\
."iiiii il mi Ip���> fnr lii.,i|..-iii!iil. I.n a I
which I lay :��� wl.ltt t'l'luc'iiiiily, We devoted so mucb npiiee lo yeahl l,i.'t week
that other Mihjccts cliilm a h.'.ii'iiig today.
The cniu'biillng piinigriitih of tlio 1st-
le|' has lo do wllh uiintlicl' mallei-:
lllOl'   llUV   nl   llll'   I l.l.l.'l M  lit   llll'   Ki 'liallM''
II   llnini'-iiuiili.   Hu-li'dS  rn'ihei',*    I'll   |I��..   in
li.iv.   oli 11,in�� ;nr in.ildhu i.m..    I  .nn miiv
thev mu*l Im un ct'imoml.nl I. vlie lor
lioin.i.k>e|iiin. M   II. VV. iK'iiiuilol.
lias iji-tiii In cnuMuiil um In mv kllilien
:  .    o    ..  ..... ,...-..    V, , ... ..,   ,t,,.,i, ,.,
i unking coined Inef, soups, billed million or fi'lcnssui-il iliickeii in any other
Hut my UrM niiil of tlie viiiiiiitdi!
"Friend of iho Housewife" was an Impromptu and ���>�� crude us in appear
rldlculnux lo Inol'oillil au.i IniilierH-nn.
I'tlir   obi   file.ul    iml   nil''    I ���   Ii. i-l    I..-    '
iii si'iiii'fiii iiieiiiory nf IiIn s rviici��,
"Tlie IToiirieous CotisuUIng I'listnlst"
wrote to ihe Corner of the "ilrel.**
cooker." ss be h id itten It tn 'Mn native
iJerinany. A Norwegian follow nl wllh
a ilcHcrlptlon of ihe same which ims
been In common use in Norway .tnd In
is-iimiirk for fi-m y��*��r��. Idemi'tidcl t..
mv ciiuntry house kitchen, letters In
hnnd, unit minimi-ned Kng'lsh Hobrt,
rnv iriirdiTier unit jr��fier:il utllliy man, r.
li  i not. rem'"'.
I'lnbr   rnv  dlre-tlon  he tilled  n  box
w'th hay. imeHinr It biifl; la.llnweil i'-������
��� iiilt-i    In   twiv..   ti   put   inkin   Iniiiii i-
f.-i'ia it'll rnut'i:   Hitl'i |>iii held ihe no-
r*"-sl ti'irrb-ar the cook wn* cookltie for
Vr<"Wt>����t,   ���� iv,,( |(iii(.,j  ),,.(  -r��� ,,,)..
pared cuiiiy willioiii lilting Uie lid iiii.i
I'iti'keil iu ipncKly innl snugly who
lieu toil  buy.     liver  tin-  hay   ^.tri   lllli-.l
Uio  w Icii  top   of  the   box;  a   lanvy
Weight held It 1'itH, and ill' f lio\ und
nil was Wi"'|ipeii nil nM eiillll'ol'li'l', Tile
i llllilHy i ..111 I iv ll JH ���- WUS let. oil tlni
lillelna   table  all   nlslil     Al   H  o'clock
Ili'Xt   IIIOI llllIU' H   WIIH  ullWI',11 pl'd on.l t lm
put  illslatel led  innl I   my e.le.   The | -
I ..!.-;������ \\-\��� |ii,i|iu bol illlil dili linoiy
Wu stewed fruit, mndo siuiiih innl
slews Iii It aflerwiinl. I luul iml iinoi
iie.iul Unit any iialciu nt the i|nu..��.4
iniili'T was In ihe American market.
.Now  there  uie  nl   least  ij  dozen.
For iimvenlel'ie' sillle I use one, It Ik
not i'iii-v  lo pel   h.iv  Iii town, iind um
buini'-lllllile ui'tlele Iiiin Ineolivi'iilelliei
avoided by Ul'- Piilmit. All Ihe ximie,
our   Ki-niiii'kv   meiiilii.r  may   ennuioel
In-r own, linpi'iivliig iiiioii my i-inl u-
tllv.illie. It l�� ii (jri'ilt navel' of ci-al iiiel
time,   nml. by 'allnwliig  Uie  lire  In  llie
eatieo to On anU'ti nn l.ril unmn-, <��� n '...i '
willioiii rhri'l iii�� tne i linking nl meal ���,
venei'ihtnu -itul ��i.'i..�� for dlnnf.T I" SO
lu. .-liln.inie cuiiitnil,
Three Wants
I.   I'|e����e   lull   m*   how   in   in.'iVn   hih4,
rii.inii luiihi'ln-. I nimi',
������".   HI.a- s reel|iu for ft iiiii1ii��n���� enrmiiesl
biiMi'ij puililliif
11,.l.llli in.'Ill liuilillliy hi hill n '' inn. lli III
ni TlniiilttMivlriK film- when I u.i�� n boy.
Mu��t,   pnrnnnnf.   i.���iiin��ii   umi   ntlwr 'in.
kle lli'HU   nil.-   link,it   ml   om,   iin.l   riiiiii'
���nit n rbb mown. '      i*. \". it   o'liiiikhi.
I  osji   give both  ncIiiok,    I  wish  I
could iiiiM.iKK lo supply wllli I loin tho
ImyV iipin'ilte tlmt ureetid tb.lr apposr-
alee  ilium  Uie tittdc
Mi, Uio t'ays Unit nre no ni"ri'! tlmt.
tbe env**r to-et t>,< r;ir,.|i ,. ���"��� -(.�� rh*.
���ilirfriKllrne  of  litilii.iii   lib ',
Vour ln<-f grsv> Is not iell.li.it liv Um
I'l'leiire nf Inil-M' lli- iT.'f. r. i'. ��� oilde
,.'ii'ii> im ii liil'iinu ihi'.Hrv..'. 'el 'i ml
1. !��.""*�� iailloi|iii��|ly ax "dub c 'VV."
Fiilllnn tbls, he ciilln for bur" ilish
rrenm hj��uc��-, mad., bv ��i li-i. ..c : ��� <hi-r
���rsied bariMii',-ikik|| ��n.| ta..iiin.    'i'�� in-
sine ii gooilly sii|iply of rich roasi-neef
griivy,,poiir two cupfuls of boiling wall I', Miglitly Hinted, over Um In-ef W.lil'll
ll Km s into the pun, 'I ids i.ciirs Uie sur-
l.ii'C and prevents too rapid i'sc!i|���� of
llie |ni ,11 juli v.-. Cook III il cnu'ied
I'Minler, liiintiiiu fi'i'idy ai'ii-r Un* brut
ball' leuo;. liii'.e ,r, Iniiiii h<>I ImMei*
.uni  w.iii'r, niiil  luisiii  wiin  tbii   .tiler-
llil!el>     Willi   Ibe   Inpllil    1 lt.it    II.UVS   Until
thy IliCilt, Turn tlio meal at the end uf
ati hour. When ll I* done, nil tin' iiienl
to a Iml ilbih nml thicken Ibe Kinvv In
tne pan Willi lu'iiiviii'il Hour, Heiwmii to
IiimIi.,    Hetul  I,,  laid.. Ill  ii  I'fiivy boat.
nulled Iiidlau Meal I'udding.
Kcald   a   i|ilnll   of  milk   (do  llol   I'M   It
Inlll   iilld   |n|.|  In   ll.   ii��   II   InalH,   ||   pinch
nf  snilii.    Now  stir into It   half II   I". I
of lilii.ly c'lnl'peil siiel li-inii which Hit'
rilrbigK hiv,. been tntiMti, It s'ioiiIiI tie
like in.irse iiii.ii fnr l.;n ;a ���'., I'nok one
lllllllltl'   ll -id    pal    In    ���.'l.ulmi.l..   sllrllllg
With II   si'lll'l   tI'.ir-1">"MIn! .tl   i.lll.    Clink
ii Im ih rlii t,v enlil h.'iii I'U'i Un- niu-'liis
small I'lljilio of lli'il.tsw:-, ,| Int,I |eu-
SpiiOllflll of sroilllil KlliKer, the Sllllir
'la.itillty n; mmI.i ijis-oi*.. I Hi Init wa
ter nml Ibree wclltiealen (���������, Jleat.
hard for a full mlnu'e, und add grail-
enllv a cniil'ul of needed r.il-ilns Hull
ilrMi'.'.l  iiiii    a   ....
Hull   in   a   blltlernl   iiceil.l   for   tlircii
iimini and mit wllh lmr.1 kiiici*.
Bilked Indian Mini Pudding.
Add lu 11 pint of M'llww ' i.l'liilleiil an
iivoM, lniiHpoiirtful of init and m!ft
twice. Hhvi* ii pint nf tinllliiK wntor
.over flic lire tin.I fllr the inenl gradually Into Ibis. Iie.itmu haul, When
siuiintli, turn II Itilo .�� larger vennel
ai,I i ...it- |. -., i> . , . ' ,��� .; ,i j,!i.< ,.'
'.icabllpK lint milk. i'.'"k n. lh<-'double
lmll��r  for  an   hour.  Take  from  C.��
tl'--    0 11,1     tel      If     c    '        ���   '  I Til. .,     I,. -If
into I�� f.mr i-rv t<-��� " l,;\,- l.�� ��� t.
Whipped     light,     ti     ei,fT��..ciipful     of
tnolaxnep,   |,    lul,|e,[ nful    nf    melted
butler ��ni| a ^iil'-J "���'"Ia! <�����' ' .f
��r.i��liil Hln��*.r. cliiii..niiiii itm! Miiiriejf.
Turn nil lol" u c.ri-i's -d pilddn g-
iIIkIi innl cook, cnvcl'iil,  In a  uiu.b rate
ii,en     mr    I wo    I i-       I 'in' ���>   i     ain|
brown. Sijinl lo talilo In tin' 'llsh ill
w lilMi il wus biiiiel. I.at ,wlli nurd
sain e
I ' hlll'pi-cl ' Iblll III" I'i'��� ipe ynu III"*
JooliiiiK I HI* Is Ibe lll'kl "I 111.'He. IlllX.'.t
its i liavii illi.-ite.l, ;i ii 'I bilked, mil
1 Innl inn ll n l*e, ipe I I'uiii a New
i:ii��l.iiul iM.mii.li, an.I We lllietl If. The
frail Is (i decide.I Improvement, Ac
>.,., ..-ir,. tbat " v ' I...' hi i "tir
'l i.nllk. KlVHiK pinldilig?
Two Tim bales
l'leilmi   III    me   km iv    linw    Iii   liillki!    fl��ll
III,  I .III M   mill   U' l��l:l.|,.lil   ll'i  l.'lil-
Mi��   .*.. ^   .:, i' lie- is"'.
Fish Tliiibnles.
Mine,   line   cil,l I,,,;;, .I  biililitit, .��� , I    nr
I II,I'I     111,11       tll'li;    plltllid    |n    a       |,.,ele    ||
llnnell    bill In .lll'il    Mini    colli    illliliiliib-     llml
....    ..    ..     ...   ,���     .m.ii    i' .i i j    n.i. i    .i ml
whit"  |.i I'per      Iteiif   Inln a  cunf il ..f ih.i
,: ',,   ... ..I   .i.n,  ,1
Willi.-   .���!'   till.
i..,.�� .i m.ii iiiiuimmi
nf the while ..!* tin... i-iti- la-ll'', Jut I r
n cipiui nf wliippeil op-aui, lm nil
u in Uie .in.l furo >t . "��������' li.'.. In.Mere.j
luul'.lie tniitildH ol iiii|i)ins, II.ike III n
.Mi,|. ), uveti .uni eel v. a,, s' in, as Utt.y
nre iiiini', liirniiiMr them mil iipmi it Iml
���li-1      S��'i \"   with  i',i|�� r     <a, ������
MtiMiiruom 1 imij.iHH
^ Skin the miiHlironiiik and chop, tt'i'ti
pi.iiial Muni to It piiMo. Si .tuni Willi
Killl. vvbiln pepper and n Vi I \ little fn ��'i
liulKT.    When ymi lutvr it  sitiik'lli pit.lc.
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���field-.a  !,. tlio J.'.tfi.-n of th.-   n ai * THE MEWS, CUMBKEIiAMU, BRITISH COLUMBIA^  .    We Imve just opened out a fine assortment of  BLANKETS AND COMFORTERS  Blankets ranging from $3.00 to $12.00 a pr  Comforters   " '*      $1.73 to $4.oo each  Flannelette Sheet* IO, It *$> 12 quarter aixea  D  OE  YOU ARE INVITED  TO INSPECT OUR STOCK OF  FURNITURE & HOUSE FURNISHINGS  The Furniture Store  A. McKINNON  McPhee'Block, Cumberland, B. C.  mmmmm^ijmmmmmmmmemmmmmmme^  ���������HSMssdlihiHnBnMMrMAjhHaaMaHssKlHaMMar^"  o  After adjournment of the Citizen's   League  last   Wednesday  evening someone dropped a spark  in the lobby of the City Hall that  threatens to make a considerable  amount of smoke at   least.      In  discussing the question of  adequate fire   protection,   attention]  was drawn to the fact that there  are no fire escapes provided  for  our fine public school building.  Some even thought that the outside doors opened inward,   con  trary to law. This last, was afterward ascertained to be a mistake.'  But the matter of  adequate firo  escapes from the upper story   cf  tlu building is of the  vory   first  importance to even citizen.  There is no disparagement of  the discipline and management  of the school. Principal Boyer  has instituted fire drill and d������m-  _QiiM.ralesj:haLthe,hiiiidiiig-can..be.  emptied of its full quota of chil-  Locals.  Hospital Saturday will  be Sop.  tember pay day.  Inenector of Mines Ntiw'on arrived last week on ������ trip of inanec  tion.  George Willard arrived home  tin Tuesday last, from a holiday  trip to Vieioria.  George II. Robertson arrived  home on Thursday evening, from  nn extended visit to the Old Coun  try.     .  Rev. D. McGillivray arrived  home on Thursday evening from  Httt'inling a meeting of the Presbytery ot Victoria, held at Nauai-  1U0.  When in doubt  Lead Trumps,  and when you  want a Cooling  and : Refresh-  beverage  Drink  Pilsener  The  Purest.  and Best  BEER  on the  Coast.  and made in  Cumberland.  B. Clxoutier.  General Blacksmith  "~-���������' ���������-��������� r���������tt   Horseshoeing a Bpscislty.  ^mh������hi������b���������-hi     imu    na   i. ii -mmmmt^mmmmm  Third Ate., Cumberland  Sam Wutsoti arrived home from  a vacation trip,on Tuesday lust.  A. FI. Peaeey is having hid lot  on Dnnsmuir Avenue cleared up.  Mr. Peacey does not contemplate  bu riding in the near future as re-j  ported.  A number of strangers are arriving in this city anil district hy  nearly every boat.  ni     i  Do not Forget Millinery Openings at thn ftig Sti'ire on Satnrday.  September, 17th,���������-Pay Day.  David Daniels wan among the  pnsMingars to Vancouver by Satur  day's bont,  -.,,1     ..       ,   |m.   iii   ...ii.  I<Y)UNJ)-~A gold bracelet. Ap  ply at this ofliice.  dreti  in   i^ minutes   after  the  ahum   is   sounded.      This says  much, not only   for   discipline,  but also for the   well   designed  s'airway and exits ot the   building.     We have both a building  and a staff of teachers   of which  we may well be proud.      Thire  it no thought of finding any fault  either  with   these  oi* with the  trustee board.  But the provision does not go  far enough. If fire were to originate in the upper part of the  building, as during Hie old system of heating with stoves was  so very possible, theu escape by  way of the stairs might be easy.  But if the fire were to originate  in the lower part of the building, \  .say, iu the basement, where the  two uew Jieating furuacea  have  just been installed, constituting  that part now thc actual point of  dauger( how long w <uld it be before the lower passage ways  would be blocked with dense  smoke, if not actual fl.une, aud  re'reat by way of the stairs become exceedingly hazardous or  quite impossible? !< is oue thing  to marshal! the children iu fire  drill under ordinary circumstau-  cei, and quite another to main.' Indies'Hospital Auxilliary will  tain oraer among ilitee or tour "0*i* >'*e,i ********* meeting and e-  hundred terrified liule creatures 'wtion of fticersat K. of l\ Hall,  crowding  to  an  exit   thtough ������������������ Thursday afternoon. Sept. ar  We are informed by  Mr. P. P. Harrison, Barrister, etc.* that he will  continue to practice  hereihavlnjf abanilonecf  his Intention of practising elsewhere.  WATHR NOTIGB.  NOTIOB la hereby gives that an  Application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act. 1909," to obtain a license in.the Division of  Oomox District.  (u) The name, address snd occupation  of tha applioant is William Alexander  Mathewson, ot Comox District, British  Colunibis, Farmer  (b) Tbe name of the lake, stream  or source (if unnamed, the description is) Three Spring, known aa Mathew-  son's Springs, situate on Section Six, Comox District  (o) Th������ point ot diversion is direct from  sou roe or Spring*.  [d) Tbe quantity of water applied (or  (in oubio feet per ttcond] 0.056 oubio feet  por B'Coud.  (e.) The character of the proposed  wi>rk      ......   CUMBERLAND TAILOR  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  m  ������n  Go  m  PHONE 21  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made \o Order  from 320 to $35    All Work First Class  (f.) The premises on'which the water is to be used (describe same)  Section Six, Coniox Di.tnot,   Hruisb Col-  iimbis,  and  the North Wist 90 seres of  Station Riiiht. Comox District  afnreiaid.  (g.) The purposes for which the  watur is t������ be used D mestio purposes.  (h) If for irrigation describe the  land intended to be Irrigated, giving  acreage...  _.. ... .....  (i.) If the water(iH to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the plaee where the water is to be  returned to    some  natural channel.  City Council  The City Council met in regular session Monday evening,there  j being present a full board.  j    The minutes of previous meet  jings were read and adopted.  Communication was received  from the Development. League  request iug the council to instruct  the police to see that sidewalks in  the lut-uuess section be kept clear  of litter, aud that they be cleaned  off every morning, also that the  main street be cleaned off every  week, it was also requested that  they deal with the wholesale liq-  uot licenses. Received und filed.  Communication was received  from Local Option  League  re-  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion, and point of   re-  bUi AM     ���������*t.t*������������������     *******,*     ������������������������*���������������������������������������������     ���������������*������������������������������������������������������     ������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  K   A in A     Merchant  ix. r\ 1 mLJ r\     tailor  LADIES' TAILOK-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CQADH TO   ORDHR AND  IN AMY STYliE YOU ttUS8.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED,  Prices From $20 to $40.  eemmmmmmeamtaammmmmmmmmmmm^  CUMBERLAND, -  '   ��������� B. C.  g*  Capital $5,000,000.  Reserve $6,700,000  Vrfid Richardson, representing  Ames Hnlden k Co., of Vaticott,  ver, is in town.  Mixtures and No. 5 will play  at football on Saturday noxt.  Don't spswl all your money on  pay-day, reserve ntiengh to take  vou to th**1 Hand HenelH Concert  on Tuesday evening September 20.  (J.)Area of Crown land intended to  tie occupied by the proposed works*  (k.i This notice was posted on the  13th day of September, 19<n, nml njipl e������-  ti������n will be.msde to the Commissioner on  the 28 h day'uf Oe*.ol*r, 1010  1.) Give the names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely tu  be affected by the proposed works,  either above or below the outlet:  None.  (Signature)   W. A, MATHKW*ON,  ((', 0. aldress)   Oomnx, B.C.  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS    ISSUED IN  ANY CURRENCY.    PAYABLE   ALL  OVER THE .WORLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  at highest Current Rates allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards.  ���������CffHBEBIakND,-SrOrrBtnncb^Geemtl^nilyT~~~' ���������~  r 0URTEN AY, B.C, Sub-Branch, Open Tuesdays.  UNIOKjWHARF.B. 0., Sub-Branch, Open Thursdays.  M. P. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  bliudiug, choking smoke,   even  it crackling flame be not added  to the menace.   It i������ uut pleusiti:i  to dwell upon.   Yet ������ucli ihiugs  have been only too ik ently.  Ihe  horror of that Monu.il >chool Is  sti 11 fiesh in every mind, ��������� There  is no need to ask the people   of  Cumberland which co.nes first, a J .{,.,.,( ,������������������������������������  comparatively  small   saving   o. I  expense, or greater Mfeiy ior th��������� i  ^ ..ildren.    A high w<kxLii building,   into   which   an-   crowded  ���������.fiinf. four tuinirerf i li.'fl.,.������,    b-*lt  of whom are in the upper M^ry,  ^iih two heating furncv* in he  basement iu which then* will Ve  fire tor uearly the whole school  year, xvith all the a^endim \v>a  ���������ibilitiesuf u confisgt ri u. makes  adequate ou������*.de fiw e <**pc������ from  the second story au *i-y>liie n -  eetftty.  ������T. T. Lidstotif, Into manngpr of  thn Kte Storo. is with Georue Ann Ifl"Mt������uB.*������** ������������J^ one wholesale  **    u.  *> it liquor  license   be granted, nnd  strong, Merrltt. B. L. | u*al u be conductcdh w   ,tlic���������y  wholesale lines.   Also that a re  newal   of  C   Musselli's be not  granted,     The   communication  was referred to the license com  luissiouers,  Communication was received  from General Manager Coulson,  stating that \\*i would lay the request of the city for extension of  city limits before the board of di  rectors of the Colliery Company.  Communication wns received  ir<-m P. P. Harrison, slating that  he would accept a retainer oi  $ioo per year as ci'y solicitor,  the half of the amount to bc paid  in advance before he undertook  the work, It was tegtilurly  moved aud carried that Mr. Harris' ni be retained,  Constable Gray's report:���������  Scavenger,. $103 23  Night watchman....    7000  Hall rent     3500  Police court      8.00  Scavenger buckets..  Dog tax .,.,,,  Accounts:���������  Hugh Atitrhell   P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLI, CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  at *, o clock.  is requested.  A full attendance  St.     George's     Presbyterinn  '���������ljureh will   ho'd a   concert   ft'  Cumberland Hall, on Thursday,]  {October aoth.  Mr ami Mr* Hugh Miti-hull ar-  frntn    V<mi������inn'.ii������    liv  4 ao  j.oo  Valley Notes.  CAUY-PlKROY. On Tuesday evening, Sept. Htti. at St. Andrew's manse, Coinox, ltov, T  Mtuizie* united in marriage Miss  Ida Piercy, youngest daughter of  Mr John Piercy, nud E. Allwrt  Oary, of Vancouver. Mr. Hurt  Piercy porformud tho duties of  groomsman,,and Miss Hffio Mc  Fayden, of Cumberland, was  bridesmaid, Tlitt happy couple  left on Friday's boat to niakwthuii'  homo in Viiiuiuiirer.  Mrs. T. Monzii<������ and daughtum  are visiting iu Vancouver, ami arc  tho guests of Mrs. Dr, W, li, Mc-  IvecliuU, Pairvk'W.  Grieve Urn*, are out with their  threshing outfit, and the farmer*  wiil soon leum the extent of thoir  crops,  Mrs, Win.lt, Ilohh left on Frl  day's boHt for Vancouver.  Mrs 8. J, Piettjy and daughter,  Mrs Hayman, left on Wudtivsday'i  boat for Victoria,  Come to thu Coinox Fair -the  best ev������������r.  4*3 S  =V. BOflOSA:  monufoeturcP of OllNERflli CUATBRS.  LUholasol-t Dealer in- WINES, UIQUOR & BEER  P. 0. BOX 140  phone ae....  CUMBERLAND  Garden, Field  and Flower  Seeds  Now crop now arriving from our growers in England,Fninco  Holland, Canada and the United States. All tested as to vitality snd purity nn arrival. Ths best is jrood enouuh for our customers. Catalogue free. Business will U continued at our old  stand until May, After that in new location, whioh will ba an*  nounowl later,      Addresr  M. J. HENRY, 3010 Wesmlnster Rd, Vancouver  I  irt  *���������*,b,  1 .t* t  ini KiMMtiuu wuniecivrtl Iroilij  <Mnday'������ b'>nt.   Tln'V rrjhrt tlu-ii-],])i, ,\--)'t Tuht.I(.u,oa'iaiwviety iu ���������itmtlynHiilh hy $wdny,������ hnti  'aiig!it<<i Maggie improving, which! viliug the council and   clerk   to  it  ���������f.  'mmammge.  1 mmmmtww'  SI  iv ar������i p!<NMt������l to hear.  ���������     . ���������  ������������������ m  Nfr m���������r] Mrs %l������*t Csnmrnn  riv������| ImniH from   Vaticuiivwr  Siimlav's IsMit.  by  Thr band lias pluy*1 for ns in  oiir ji-ym nnd sorrows, f^r n-  a\\i*m ������ti������������ we apprvciati*. tl^jr sit-  aiiend the opening of the uew  ins'ituti011 ai Tranquil, Ram-  loopn, on Wednesdav, Sept. uih.  The invita'ion was received with  thanks.  Aid Stoddart gave notice that  at next meeting of council he  would ask leave to introduce a  by-law dealing with the wholesale  liquor license.   Uave granted, j  Ales Ma xwell's lender of |[ jy  Mrs. .1. W. Urfden arrived  Ssturilay's Iwat from   a   visit  V ictoria.  by  to  Mrs, Orut'ii rutiiriii'd to hoi  lioiimat Now Wcttminster on Sunday last,  Manager Ciir'is .,f the  KWtri*.'!  v���������,s. by jflvitNT  '!������* h,,'"K,';w.;accTptedforchaMng^ ^d'.V- boat o���������  n business trip to Vmcoinvr.  (SPECIAL REDUCTIONS")  IN BOY'S BUSTER AND RUSSIAN SUITS  '^  nun  KKUUkAK  PKlCg  SPECIAL PRICK  ao $4 00, f6.oo $3.00 $4.50  31   J4.00, f6.oo, f8.5������"--$3.00. $4,80: $6.00  aa   14, l4.s������������������ *6, V7.50. *8   fa, $������.bo. $4.80. ������B.  $6.CO  *S      *4. S6, I6.50 18 $,, $4,80, $8. %  34   $4, #450, *5i w. 1^75 $S, $3.80, $4. $B  ������7.17* *5* S8. $8.50 $3M, Ski*  tS 84,50,17.50 ^3.30, ^fi.  36 *7 ��������� 5������ >������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������......... ^0.00  hous������ on T^dsy evening A'pt,������m- Mre^t was accepted.  her 2<Hh. j    After several matters ot minor  important* were dealt witb  the  Don't forgrt tl* |. i.'iii Cm.\    Mr Jf-h������ .ln*\, nit,*  r#<vmiv* council adjourned.  t? for our i-nrnl   a������     i.tii ���������s^b..������������|M������ Viff������. for   (Jtuspur.   Heotljin,'),;  ���������"���������-   jim*J.������rwf.r������t if, o|������*nition tnr tbrvis  I mm m mm * mm  Alex Mc.Nf un will snoeeed Mr.'  Urran al t'ie Hig S?.>ra.  i   Dr. I������- B- Kerr, dentiit,  will  Hdl. Tni^ay, f^pf^m.^ ���������i(hli.|im.I,.r������l.ntnttn,^tif,f,fw t|mill.i    Dr. I'. K. Kerr, rtrntlst,  will]   J, W. Ccsito W   nnrchwd a  ���������m.      - jtr..MMr.,,���������!,*��������� ������rst ������*f  tkf  mm������th.> in Cumlierland from Se|M 7th , ,  -iw-hii-.  Mn. H- JI������rdoe> arrive.! h..mt Th t^nthm in pm a ������^rit,���������% ������������������,. fto the 171b.   M������*^ yonr appoint* IV   " trmrm"m A*w.-������.  m*u>>t*ti*ytrtmmSn,wMQ.        I .������tut������Cfily. j-^wtljetwawMrticw.  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