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Array >���������  1  /<������������������'������������������  st  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  'The Nkws, Eighteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  tf. C,    TUESDAY, MAY 17," ��������� 1910  THEBIQSTORE  o  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.  fith New ideas to Help You  SAVE1v������03STE1Y  "How to Keep Busy'Mtor Motto.  One way is to il mi uut c.vnetJy what pco-  ple want, and th<-m go where tha best g.-mis  aro made. It means biiyiiig.quiuititios enough  to bring prices down, mul selling quickly en ���������  ongh to keep stocks clean--llu.t's what wc will  do���������.not only now, and then, tuit every week in  , every nioiitli, always an'.icipaiing your luv'ds.  and ulways.developing ir.>we.  Our GROCERY DEPARTMENT  m*\m* j m.ji  .WbftMflUUITkM&AMtmih  ,^.M.������i_m  - "Will be one in which wo will take special  pride, in having it stocked with bright, new,  clean goods, at right prices.  WATCH THIS SPACE.  ���������M-J.n..������.ir,    . ���������M^.ujTua. -...��������� .. ....m^mitm m.t lmiwaamn-m"tw ,- rtmrnntrm  "We will tell you what we have, and guarantee  tatisfaction with every purchase, and 'if at any  time anything in wrong let. us> know at the office���������we will bi; pleased if you do, for it will  lie our aim to mve satisfaction in every way,  t r-t * t  P*m-rmmX*mj****^fa**n  T  "Simart Leiser 5t Goi.,  SUBSCRIPTION $I.OO A YP./.K.  THE CORNER STORE  $.(?*$,  >,0'ej  AS WE HAVE TO TAKE STOCK AT THE  END OK THIS MONTH and have now nearly $10,000  worth too much, we are going to try ana reduce same as  soon as possible," starting on.Saturday next we ar������ offering  SPECIAL PRICES  on a lot of lines which will be shown aud prices marked  iu plain figures. Remember these prices aro only for a  short while and will not hold.good after the sale.  J.N. McLEOD  Duusmmr Avenue, CUMBERLAND, B. C.  TWENTY-THREE JEWELLED  /  aunmtta $c\!  HAMILTON'S,-  r-on"Monthly Payments���������  SEWER LOAN BY-LAW. ^h^,^ win  always keep its splendor,' us. a king  The Sower Loan By-Law, will  bo submitted to the ratepayers o\\  Tuoadiiy, June Tth, for acc.optatu.'e  or rejecliou. It. is si matter thut  calls for careful consideration before voting for oi' against, 'Ino a  moan tasked for is alarm.* one-for a  city of this fii/.e, for tliu property holders on whom tlie burden  will fall, are   comparatively   few.  h' was f-elf-sehooled. Kill'-scan nod.  self-honored, self-secured. In action he was wise, ready fearless,  commanding; in duty laborious  and serious. As year* went on his  soul grow strong and wise and  hi'.iiiiifnl. lie had a splendid virion of peace and in pursuit of it  he exercised a universal influence.  Next Door to the Royal Bank, Cumberland  :za*z  God p:u*e the King. 1 leaven  lute not left*us without a worthy  .-ovreign ot true kingly stuff. loyalty to the throne abides ever, but  Hav. ]). Mc/Jillivray arriv,. I  home by Friday*!" boat from ������t-  tending a jnwtjng oftls-i PreM'; ���������  teriau Synod, in Id at  Vaucoti"*.*.'���������.  .oyuliy to the   person   of   a  king                 uTTr V 7~~ i  ' ,      '.       , ,,  >     I'OR  SAU: V   ii v,-������   roomel  grows us   tlu* nation   becomes ac-   ��������� , ���������    ,  houRoon half lot, ror further particulars apply at ihis ollii't*.  fjuaiiiLed with the man. Owing to  ci renin-stances our kings are liitle  reve;iled to us beforo they conic to  reign, Well us1 wo ki.ew KJward  as h ninn ho burst upon us all  newly us it king, ami wu look for  such a splendhl elHorcircei.ee mice.  iuto. As for tho. new Queen  sue, has lotto* had the   heart:, nf tin  D. E. Kerr, ,\-. I) S. will Im nt  Union L'ny, May 20th, to 'JLtii,  Cxiiirteiuiy, May 25t.lt, to Jin*' 1th  Cum berland, June |.th 10 ���������': 10  18th.    (     1-Yirlay, May 20t.!i( has ban- pro-  urjfouivcitygrow���������as wo h.iv,..| Much that Lord Tci.nxso.i sung ������������" | 7iV������Vi.Vn" 't!u?swecte*t  anu' one ui   'rtluimml a public holidiy by Mayor  "  Miu-Moimld.  no doubt il. will- .tlio  miiii   :Ue<\ j Arthur. Duke of  Wellington,  i^| ii,.,t ol'Hm.dish girls.  for (S������,lHH>,t)0)   should   not.   l������-j lining to i-tiy ������..f  him.   Him,   too, Montieal Daily Junes*  THIS  l.ui'deiisouie if blisinws-liku motl.. j m ||)UH| |Mj|.y wil|| n|( {1||ipip,(V  ods are used. As it is now, nil our; i.,,,,,.,,,,,,*,,,,, 'l() ,|u, l|(1;fit. of ,,,���������  wooden sewers are fulling iu, and | llll,lll,,ill^ ���������,��������� R mi},llt lmtio|1( ,,Kl  in nm.iy places the sewage is run- Sl���������,,)W.illfr n,ow,, wi��������� ,,, ,������������������������������������.  uing ov. r alleys ami lois, which i,| L,������ nf H (.,V(|l Kll,,|U,llnilll.. .,���������.������������������,.  asenons menace to the |>ui.h<M in ���������oim���������n, ,.1,.;, in ,o������n���������on sense,  ho-dlli, and tho city has 1.0 fiuics L gon<| giey I|(���������K|( n.,lid| u��������� mv���������  torepHirllie,..,llortodovoryiuneh;km)W(|ru(;ti. tl,|1((   (,C(,;)siul|(   K(1. ,  i needed work on our   *treet-   an'1  ;     All members   of   tlio   P;l.-i*i   r  _������ .p       ... j j.;lSB j.^11 (;j���������|,t  ,|ri,  i^jmipt,.,!     ,  A meiuoi'ial service for ihe   iutu I p,.n,'ific������ for h plat-v ���������������������   the   leani.  King will be hel.l in   the   Aletho-; Nll partiality will K* ,!,owu.   Th,*.  di..i cliiirdi   on    l������'riday   evining best player* w ill bu eiio^en toe>;ii.'  li.isr.  The elmir wilj si-ig t|���������,   ,in_'lest for the *#T.'HI'lon M ,y   0'ltl,  them, ������������������ \'ital Spiiru ot   II"avei|l\  fl tun-'' and nllit-i' -Mdeetioiis   cliil.  oeci.idoii,  side.wwlUs.  A   public   iiieeting   .should  j cilled, and  tlio   niiiller   fully   ain  j iulellij.ulilv pla-.'ei] before  11 m ��������� yi-n*  I lilt* .  h  ,-^*.*~m.--m-    ���������  Tl:..  'A  I. o:i|i,-|| 11,.  il ~i,;-<'\.  ward the well--beloved, "We   have,  ������,   ; a voice wiih which to pay'lie de!t j     f)i,   f',il|espii)   mul    Magistral  " ! of boundless   hive and   ivwiviico i Aomin-, left hy Smulav's bout lu  : and regret'' for bim   who-e   jnih j >,aiudiuo, io t���������.11.��������� 11������I the A.'fj/.es,  I w.i-duty and   who  eier   followed i  ���������..-.-.������-  ' hercoiuinninU, tAm  Ind   w..i*ihilv'     Mi'.*i. T. Cartwi*l'.������hl   and   Mr*.  1 ... , , '*r     *������������������ * ...  , won our eoiilnli iicoauu who e won,'   I  ' i-< done,   To-day is a day  of    pnii., I Viiuc.nii'.'e)* by Kiiili.y's  bo it  I und there   will   bo  o|:i**r   day- <*f -���������- ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  VI  '. meelinif on Monday ������-Veiiiujf    I. ^ . ,,.     ,    , ,, ,   , .  ! there   being   preset    Aldenueu; ���������������"������������"������������. >" "'���������" ���������U P��������� ������r!    Ml- '���������>������������������ ">������ *���������^   "7*f""  I AUM.M, M������l-'������l. Stew ,, |l,*,.w���������| ,OV'' ������>"lH.I������ilMrti.i.. will r-mni...���������  * < ������v,., by Im clay's boat.  ' and the Mayor,  J nne* BakewHI  arrived   h-en*  from Victoria by Kiiliy's bo.it,  <-mm������ *.    -ml,. **..��������������� ..  .  Vinieouver. May 3<������, Si������i������' 1'"  rio, un Italian, wh:. sii.bbed t ���������  dooth today by K. Cosli, 1111 It.'iU  iuii, Tln-y were working di ,  ging 11 sewer on Vi t >n',i \xc u <,  ;ie!.^.ii   hi lived    homo   from ! "���������������������������'"     :'"     '���������������������������:.������������������< iueu������       ���������������������������*!,.I  between them, < ���������'���������Hie  !'*< '*��������� h fciiif.*  nud stubbed I'ft.i,i', The  inui*(]������i'*r<r  illftde Ins one 1 j if,      uf    ::,,.    ���������, .  'iiy thev will ini pf tin* 'v'ti.  %0mt%w0^ H3S9^^ m*w&*i wiu-^i m^**m������&  ^jmj***4*ymn*>*+M  V   MAROCCHi BROS   "  GROCERS   8t   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  OUMBEHLAMD  BOTTLING VVORKS  ! ������-fMNUHlimih������Wa3MWM!Mr**l|  A petitilinii Wi's iii'esented, Hi'ili-*!*4  l id bv 't number of rn'i'iiiivo-N.    n-1������  1 cpcstiii'r tleit 11 '."Wt'i'i'ie   bun 1... ' j*  ' l-'W 'f< In'ro h'c.'d: tli'* lo.'n'  \������* 1  'J  1 , ,   ��������� , tf,  I iiiiiiuliHvd nn! pawned i 1 li;ht  uii'iij-j  '��������� secntiil   f'l li;t'f '  *  j      THewittv, June I'll, *vn������ npp)i*]t- |  ed ns  voting day un sewer  i> an i  I by- law,  j  *T!ie  Omnct!   donnteil   >ir������/i()  tnwrii'.! -Ht    ,,', Miy ������|i |*H,  ;     The annual <'- 11 t   of   H,; \*'t< 11 '<���������  *n%0 ���������'ii  CDgh's  lni'i������''o.  Q.- ,  *���������   l    ������   M   f ���������*,   (��������� *  \.)Ll    ilk    I   mmm.  ���������Am*,  et  A  Agent* for Pil-e.e 1 HicwiiiK i'omp.in)'s JUvIvR  ',V!io'.t>.i';������   I'-mIok in all Kinds of  W' ��������� v mid l.lfjtiors.  SECOND    STREET  l*m**>t*nrmim*$<  I  JUST ARRIVED  ASOTIIKIt SM.M.I. A*- t!!TM������*AT m'-lTt'*:!   i: .*' 1  M IN NoiiliV SI'VLK** AM' I'.JrKUS^   \i   m",i, 1 '  *"* *,' *  ������***'# k-m  *.,    s''-**Am-*    imi*,' . '*y**\   :.w* '������������������*,  ���������-.���������.**m')\^f'rA������ i  t  Mr. !������.    Murnnl    "rr'vi.,1   Immii"  tVot't '���������" tiieoiitvr by !*'n ri\'������ !i..i'.  , Mr.  If ������niiil l'roiij������lif    .i\������<r   tht*  f !������-'i'-f, whs.-a In-  |i,i'flia<������*'; .  ,t..t'.,'.;u*������*.  |������i* rn.   fitl  ti  Tilfl,    ������|-;l   ...,���������*      i- !  '   ���������*, .1-  .'   time  ^;v  :i'������T!.i.  Caninbe  * 1  ��������������������������� t  <      V  m t> vr  J     ,. / . **���������������  t  *     .t . *-  ���������   e-.m-,.������m,,-m".m*    ���������.���������,������������������.-*������  '^������������������n-fr���������  ] ^J*-***,*"*'������������������ ',jVV'.','A  *  ... - mm*..-. * ���������; ^^r'.v^ir .'aicgit1  a  rx*.  ���������nil  Ji  8 THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
THOUSANDS HAVE
(WEAK LUNGS AND
��� DON'T KNOW IT
Editor Used a Well Known Tonic
and System Euilder
The Editor and Manager of tha Burk's
Falli "Arrow," is only human. This lieing
io it In not surprising thut lie should feci
Bnd Budur au other men. Mr. Alex. Faw-
oett Bays : " I had a very severe attack ot
La Grippe which left me very weak, spirit-
lets aod run down. I seonieii to have lost
aU ambition. "At thia point 1 realized that
my condition waa likely to became more
aerioui unless I look myself in hand. One
day while in thii' Half dead and alive condition ' I was listlessly looking over recent
fyles of my paper, The Burk's Falls Arrow'
(of which I am Editor and Manager), when
oy eyes rested on an advertisement of
PSYCHINE. This clearly and explicitly
set forth a caie so exactly resembling my
own that I at once purchased a bottle at
the Medical Hall. After taking two or
three doses I felt like a new man, and
before half the second bottle had been used,
.. every trace of the bad effects of La Grippe
had left me. " PSYCHINE is a marvel and
I have strongly recommended it to some of
ioy friends similarly afflicted and they hava
vued it with equally beneficent results."
For Sate by all Druggists and Dealers,
50c and $1.00 per bottle.
Pr. T. A. SLOCUM, Limited - Toronto
THE LUSCIOUS  MALPEQUE.
How the Famous BivaUe  Is Secuied
in   Prince  Edward   Island.
Richmond Bay. un you view it from j
the northern snore oi Prince hdwuru ;
Island, is a big half-ord* oi biue wat- ,
���ir, with a broKen diuiitotei* oi iaiaaus, j
whioh, bc'tjiucs aauiug a noeueu toucu I
oi beauty to tut; ��ceiK!, afi'vi.' ro inaKtJ j
thu waters tho best oysi'T-tisuiag ;
grounds in eastern Canaua, say.? J.. J. ;
Miller in a recent arl.uie in j*ao To- 1
tuino Globe. Tii bo avn-, a map of ,
tho Ksianil will at oncv btiow that tin*
bay i.s not roundod (tlu* .sj>i*..wiod *
amoeba oi the biological K*xt-bo.jk ;
would bi'ttoi describe A), tiiat th.: ;
Bi]arj>ly-di'liiu.x4 islands* to b- wvn ,
from tho .shore are nol. tin? oms that i
play ciiit'i part in ni.uuug iik* ^rouiuib '
.���i.'iio aiid iiu'itfi'od ior uvmi..g -spai,
but tnis is omy tn.; tostiiiiony ox uu- \
imaginative maps;���a JulJ-oircic.1, *�� I
broK-.'n uiameter of groen, ana you ���
have tlie home oi tiie AUipeque oys- .
tor, one of ihe beat ihe s.o.ia pro-;
duces. |
You m;iy satisfy your lieud aa to l
the truth of the iauer with the j
knowledge that Princi- Kdward Island !
oyst.'rs look highest award at the Ex- j
position L'niverselle at P..r.s, m 1900, j
where they were iii competition with '
the best products oi Europe and Atner- |
iea. But, after all, it is not an ai- j
fair of the head. On a fine, crisp i
November afternoon you must drive !
ciown to the shore of the bay uud j
have some bronzed, hard-handed, old -I
fisherman open with his jackknife ;
one of the mudded purs oi fast- <
gripped shells -which he has just |
brought in, cold and sweet with the I
clean salt of the sea.. Then, and not j
till then, will yoti fully realize it.
You will also be in a position to say
the last gastronomic words on ovsters.   --. -      -
You   will   be   repuu,   too,  iu  other lasted him how he had contrived first
fashion, for oyster-fishing, as carried
"Full-Empty"
R. C. Smith, K.C., is responsible for
the following story. !
A bailiff went out to levy a_seizurei
in-'
DAMES AND DAUGHTERS.
As the result of a sudden  fright
from a swiftly closing typewriter desk ,, ,    ,     ,     , m.
Miss Christine Canfield. a Minneapolis ..������. ""^ ajious^ Jhe
typewriter  twenty-one years old. was |attic   Jjownwanl to the cellar.   Whenj
stricken blind. {tb*? dinii)2 room was reached the tale J
Mrs.   Ella  O.  Shoemaker,  who  for)of furniture ran thus-. j
fourteen years was a member of the I    "Oue dininc room table, oak. j
board   of  education   of  Masillon,  0��� j    "On.* s-t chairs ((>). oak. j
during three of which she was Its presl- i    "One sidehoard, oak. _ |
dent, has just retired from public life.       ���!,      .,hoU     , ���tn\v'.y'      ." ,      .:
,.*,...!    1 hen th" word    full    was struck out
Sirs.   Barnett.  the  wife of Colonel jMIlli  ^pi,,^  i,v the word "emotv,".
George   Barnett,   comuiander   of   the < ���mi tli�� Overton* went on in n hand:
United States marines In Pefciu, is a :tlmt   stnigsled   and   launched   diason-
��plendld horsewoiuan and recently ae- i r*.Uv  across  the  page  until  it  closed
cotupauled her husband on bis ninety -with:
mile riding test. "0"p revolving door mat." |
Mrs. George H. Kendall of Nashua,      T. .   ,   ,, ,~   ; ,.,   ,   .;
.    .      ,   *7 . .    .   ,    ���" ..    '      It is well enomrh to be candid, but
who has just been re-elected president ,it lsM.t 11(,ees,()rv to teU tlu% nPi��:hborsj
of the New Hampshire Woman's Humane association, attended to a thousand hnniune cases during the last
year, exclusive of warnings.
lime. Thebes, the French seeress,
declared that the world Is to have a
bad time ln 1010. The home folks will
nov* be ready to admit that she ls a.
true prophet of evil, for the disastrous
.���'!! the mean things you know about \
yourself
To whom it mav concern:   This is to
c*��rfify that I  have used MINARD'S
floods in Kranee made tbe opening of ; LINIMENT mys��lf as well as nrescrio-
tbi* year memorable.
Uids* Constance Steward Richardson, ��.-ho;is appearing In public as an
exponent ot dancing in Greek attire,
has a high reputation as a horsewo-
uvin. a championship swimmer and a
shot. She Is a daughter or the late
Lord Cromartie and a granddaughter
of Anne, duchess of Sutherland. Lady
Constiiuee married Sir E. Stewart
Richardson six years ago.
ed it in mv practio* where a liniment
(was rf**oui:*Q^ and 'nave never failed to
isiet the desired elf^el.
! 0. A. KING, M.D.
Wily Talleyrand.
Louis   XVIII.,   complimenting  Talleyrand  one  day   u,on   his   abilities.
Why is it that when a man discovers
that he is a genius he allows his hair
t.3 grow long, and that when a wop.iihii
h^com^s similarly c^^scious. sho ims
her hair cut short?���Fliegende Blatter.
���(PRONOUNCED SI-KEEN)
STRENGTHENS WEAK
LUNGS
on  in  Richmond  Bay,'is  essjntiuiiy
picturesque.    The  fishermen  K^ep   to
primitive  methods,  which  experience
��� has shown to be lea_-t destructive to
oysters and beus, anu their mooc a'p-
,' pL.liing nightmares the picture of a
| putting tug dragging shovel  and  bag
: over their grounds and turning topsy-
' turvy  shells  and  bed   beneata.   Ami
so   tne   scene   is   quiet;   a   lew   ruue
! houses huddle together on the  broK-
| en, red banks; plover and sauup.p^r
wheel   and   alight   and   run   dainu��y
over the hard,  red sand; gulls siide
J&^X--JkrMg!i^he_jLijk
to overturn the directory aud finally
Bonaparte.
The wily diplomat replied, with
charming simplicity: "Really, sire, i
have had nothing to do with this.
There is something inexplicable about
me which brings ill-luck on the governments that neglect me."
A Shivery Jest.
"What does chivalry mean, Tommy?"
"Please, ma'am, it's when you fee'
mold."
KENDALLS
SPAVI
CIRC
Kills Bone Spavin
Rich Valley, AHa, May 20tli. 1909
*'l have used your Spavin Cure for a
lone >ime and would not bewitliout It,
Have killed a Hone Spavin by its iik,"
Ol���K CA.RI.SON.
That telli the whole story.    And
hundreds of tliounands Imve had the
iitme experience lu the pant lOyeBrs.
For Spavin, Ringbone, Curb,
Splinl, Swellings and
all Lameness,
Kendall'* Spavin Care cur<*�� the
Iroiihle���makes die liorw noun.! nnd
well���and ��ave�� money far tlie owner
beckim* it removes the c*ui�� ��t Ihe
trouble.
Keep a bottle ntvrsy* at hand - florli
for (A. Good lor ninn anil bi'tiHt. AkIc
yoor dealer for frrt copy of our honlc
'���A TrtatUe Ou The Hor��e" or write int.
������ I. J, KENDAll CO. F.nMkBrf rail*, Vlf*
whistle oi a curlew or the,cry or v
gull breaks the stillness of Uie she re.
It is with surprise that you awake to
the fact tbat between you anu the
diameter in the distance hundreds o:
men are silently ut work.
'Later, when you are in the midst
of tiiem, you. do not wonder at trie
silence. Tlie very nature of the t;*.s'.i
uetnauclti it, for it is the hardest oi
hard work this,���no stubborn urag-
.'iiig of shovel or scoop, bdt tiie patient, hand-chilling, b.-.ck-breakmg
.���*.sk of groping witn heavy, long-
armed tongs tor the shells below and
lilting them up hand over h.inu.
through, perhaps, twenty feet of water, lt is a lesson in patient industry. Tlie .fisherman braces himself
astride a thwart, and lowers his ��air
of tongs (two long poles hinged about
three feet trom a pair of iron rauos
si>ma forty niches wide) to the boi-
.oiii. The water is ahvi-ys iciiy coki,
,md may be anywhere irom one to
diree fathoms. : Off Curtain lslanu,
where the choicest oysters are found,
it often runs to four or lour itnd a
ii.'iif fathoms. On the bottom, the
shells are attached to the liaril sand,
*.o one mm ther, or to iin> thing that i.s
ioli.d enough tu hold their g.ip, An
hand  ean  quieidy   tell  when  he
Breathing of Insects.
Insects generally breathe through
special pores In various parts of tbeir
bodies, aud if these pores are closed by
oil tbey are suffocated. Any one may
test this by dropping sweet oil on the
thorax or back of a wasp. It very
soon dies. For this reason oil has
beeu found,,.oue of the best tliiugs to
use for the destruction of lusects.
Won Fame on its Merits.���The unbounded nonulnrity that Qr. Thomas'
EclActric Oil enjoys is rot attributable
to any elaborate advertising, for it has
not ly>��?Ti so advertised, hut-is entirely
dti9 to the merits of this Oil as a medicine. In every city, town and harnM
in the country it is soutrht after solely
because of its good qualities.
Art's Distractions
"Music," said the enthusiast, "leads
the human mind away from every
sordid car'V
"Macho it does," r^'iliod the imor��-
sario; "hut 1 never found the mus*'e
th;>t would .tak����   an    opera    singer's
mind 6?rTie.r~saIarv.7'
CURED HIS LAME BACK WHEN 84
Mr. Samuel Martin, of Stratiiroy,
Ont., passed twenty yer.rs of his lif��
in misery, suffering torfuns from lame
hack. He tried nerrly all advertised
remedies and household recipes, hut
received no benefit from any of th��m.
Some months uio. seeina Gin Pills
".dvertised, Mr, Murtin nur*hnsed a
box. The relief which Mr. Martin ex-
pfirienced ��ft��r he had tnken one *Sox
"���ns so ireat that he knew he \\n<]
found the riorht remedy nt lest Ho
i',����f' two more boxes and is now com.
pl--.tr.]" cur"'
��� SO ets. a box, 15 boxes for -52.-^0.     At
I fill   rlpn]nr*.    Free  .siTirile if vou  write
iN**-tio*ml Dm? & Chem.   Co.,    Dept.
(N.U.K Toronto.
Niwpd���ih, rnatriniony. vcv bav,
'""trimony is an oasis in the desert of
life.
Old Grouch���Huh !   A mirage !
A modepnmedSine
FOR YOUNG CHILDREN
Misplaced  Blnme
.A young couple of Liberty wore
wulkiiii.' past it dryu'iiods store wlien
<!��*! wife slopped to adiiiire some of the
dresses, After a iiioiiumiI slie returned to wlii'i'"* she Iind left h"r IiiihIhiikI
nnd gmspiiu.' nn iinn emnpl'iinerl:
"You never want to stop and look nt
���iiiyDiifi*.' llml ititiTi'i'lH ne'. Vou
(Inn't cure fur me nny iiinr-*. Vmi
linvi'ii't kissed iM> for flip'" W""l:-."
"It'ii not my f'.ult, but mv mi*.
fortune," rci'li"d the mun nnliti-'y. It.
whs not her hit.-l>iiiid,-~K;iti.HiiH City
Star.
*M'iiiey will buy iiiiytlnni! i'xce|it
hnp|illi<'iis; il "ill enable you In go
anywhere i-x-epi h>iiv.'*i.
CURE WAS QUICK
AND_COMPLETE
DAME PARENT'S HEART DISEASE
CURED BY DODD'S KIDNEY
PILLS
She Suffered for Two Year* but Now
Advises All Troubled as She Was
to Give Dodd's Kidney Pills a
Trial.
Pt.   Robert,    Richelieu   Co.,   Que.,
(Sj eeinl),���"I recommend Do-'d's Kid. I 	
ney  Pills to all iry frimds."   These!    ^o sanr- -jiother would wisli lierself
via landed   a  tioo i  soot       uueum-t,"'.'" ,tl.,p ^'onl* of nnine Jo*.>ph Pnrent tieuted under tb-- conditions of medj.
'  .1.        |7 w-    t   't  I,,.,  . i,     0l thU ,,1"c'1*     Aml   th,\ K00.(i ".l"u, oil1�� or ����rjrnrv-ot half a century ntro.
.vide the ji.vvs ft Ins t.;.)gs, heieiu,-lie;< ;dv,,s {iX0A,\\,ut roasons why she does \V),v then slmuld tbe give her tender
TdZ[*  nm"u,  V,T,h"1(t;iw'    "For  ^'0  years,"  she  says,  "I, Uttlo child the   old-fashioned    modi-
..   down    nlo   the   b'.i,   brings   the | H1,ff���m-j {r���,��� Heart   license,   Head. I oillPg that have not ohanued in h.'df
,aws together, ami  luts  up,  loot uy ; uoho. Hackaclu* and a dniBu'iim s-'iisii-; .t centurv, and   which   more,  likely
. iwit, Uu* heavy load oi inuiiuy ��und ; tint, across thn loins,   Seven boxes of; thnn  not contain  poi��oiv.*is    opinto's
I i.tiii oysters. | ]i().\d'* Kidney Pills cure 1 me,   I lion > I \)iix\. wiU not cure the child, but mere-
|     How  would  you   like,  to  keep at|.||  who arc troubled is I wus will , lv dnm it into t.nnpornry insensibility,
I tint  nil  day?    asked  a grizzled old i i,\v��� Dodd's Kidney IT'n a trial,"       ; Rnbv's Own Tai.lets is tl modern riiedi-
J ctup, us lie bal.ineed tlie lotiu (mjIu on !    "  '-  ~ '- '   ��-��-i*-    -   * 	
i t.ie 1,'iiii.uiie,  i.��til  knoiiked sand  and :
mud into the water,   "It's not very '.
! bad  this al'teni.joii, but,  1  tea you, ,:
: i:.'s co.'I wnrk Wlen til" water il'ee/.en
mi yi/iii- tonjfs,  and  tlm wind  blows
t.ii'ieijjli you. '
J     'I hut   is   the  ofher  side  of   it.    It   is
i llimolibt'diy    pii'lures.pie   oil    ll   title,
! m.'iii.y nay, the t.vo or threo hundred
L.i.lii in;.ke a pivt'y sight in the blue,
! iuri.ii uli.r!y Vvlieii at. ..vuniiiB tliey nil
| ii'ii.-t .v il e.nd make in, but, "I tell
1 yon,  it's eoid  work when the water
free/ .it uu your lungs und the wind
i Idows  liirm.'ijh  ,\ini,"
tS'>m�� people mny esk how Dodds pj���P prepared witli all tho care and
Kilney Pill*., which ar-purely a Kill- i ���ki!l of modern medical science, This
n.-y remedy, can cure Heart Piaens". I meiiiciiip cures all stomach, bowel,
\nd tlio answer in simide. IMdeiinml i toet'iinc fl"rl other nilmeiits of child-
Kidneys_ fail n^ drain the impurities |10od and haliyhood,   And the mother
lins the L'ui'ninti'e   of a   government
This
b the trademark which
is found on
every bottle
of the genuine
Scott's Emulsion
the 5tanH?��M Cod Imr
Oil preparation of the
world. Nothing equals
it to build up (tie weak
and wasted bodies of
youn; and i>!d.
run saw ry ai i. tmmjoivni
atml tee., anmr ot t-tft *ni ihi����<l l>.t
t>mt UliiUfiit Si������ri��ii limit mvl i.lii'lt
SkMtl. itn��k h*** twu* *jm��<M�� a
lm*** .**���****--il
ICOTT * BOWNt
IHW��lliM��*����St.. W..I, TomoM. Ont.
IHMIHHMUailHNi
St-yscrapsrs  Ftr  Montretil,
Three  leii-slorey   buildings  will  be
ereet.eii dining die eoining Hummiir ou
St.   J. hi',-   nlli'L'l,    .VIolKlenl,   elude   tn
llll*  -pOnl.tllliCI'.
Tlie om  Jieminiiiy |iru|i.<rty,  which
hart   liee;i   |e;i..d   ,ur   a   peliwl   of   id)
1 yonr* by llv IiihikI iiunk I'licilic, will I
U' "i,'Cit|M.'.l b^  4 teii-uorey strueture. '
| (lu  tiie eppi.,,11.'  corner,   die  Obi  sit. i
! I���iwiei,i'.* iiui lain.iii irk will be re-'
phteiM   iiy   itlliiliier   ten^tnrey   llllllditlg i
| to b ���  iiM'd  by  tno l.'umiiljan  I'aeilie ;
i fur   ..OVMIliiMO   lilltir.i,   V.ilUe   tlie   third |
i rtKy.-icr.p.'c wiil In* built on the a,mo i
olliel   . it  eii)   -1,111.1-iii-'   lili*   ai.   !�����*w- .
1 l -I,'-- II .11 I; **. V. rl. !dv- le.Mir-
1 mn.1.' ('" Ihe punt of th' two railway
j buiiuii.gt wiU  U' half a midinn dol.
. l.ll,��  .:.!' .1,   rt.lile   tin*   Jll.'lll.iiev  ,>Jf��c
tit of the blood, If tlie,m.�� itmairiti m
������iv left iu the blood thoy not only
increiiHi** the work of the heart, in pro-
nelling the blood tiirouudi the body,
but act on the valve* caiiKlng i!irt"u.s.��.
Pure hlood repiovi's the emiae of the
dineitHe, Dodil'i* '-'iilney Pil'ft miikc
(iiire blood by mjMirnr the Kidnevji in
iniiditlon to'strain nil tlun Inipiirilies
.mt of it,
Hewnre of the mini wim miy* lie
never bent any one out of a cent, Me'*
iirohnhly plniitilnu' tu nepiimte you
from *e'veriil of your liiird-enrned dollar*.
analyst. Unit it curtiiins no opiate or
poisonous drug. Sold by niedlciun
dealer* or hy mail at. 85 cent* ft box
from The ]ir, Willimn*' Medicine Co,,
nrookvill", Ont.
"Pitch i* iiothitig but ii social C'nv
nilml."
"Whnt do you menn'"
"Hf live* ��n hi* friend* nnd rein.
tion*,"
The Finest Flavoured Tea
"SALADA" is hill-grown tea���grown on plantations high up on the hills in the Island of Ceylon.
The leaf is small and tender with a rich, full flavour.
II
SALADA1
I!
13A
������is always ot unvarying good quality.   Will you be content  with   common   tea   when   you   can get "SALADA"?
��� Black, Mixod and Natural Qrecn, 40o, 50c, 60c and 70c par lb. ������"
JAY FREE TRIAL TREATMENT MAY CURE TOO
' ���      _ " KinRSton. Ont*., June 6th, 1909.
Dear Mrs. Currah.���I feel ��o very much better aftor using the 10 days' treat,
ment of OR\NUK LILY you were kind*enough to s��nd. that I will not require anj
more. In fact. J feel entirety well, and It ls now a month since I stopped using th��
treatment. (Miss) F. W. T.
_Slmllar letters to the above are not Infrequent, though, of course, such case��
(m      ' *"     J,ii,:nI?..',..jiiuJtuJti..Jim,.' '     *     '.".   are not ot Ions; standing.   Most wo-
i-r men who have suffered for any
length of time will require to use
ORANGE LILT longer than tho
Trial Treatment In order to effect
a complete cure, but In every case
thev will be perceptibly benefited.
Further, the benefit will be permanent whether they continue to us��
ORANGE LILY or not. It Is not
taken Internally, and does not contain any alcohol or other stimulant
It Is an applied treatment, and
acts dlrectlv on the suffering or-
gan<*. In all cases of women's dls-
ordO's,   these   organs   are   congest-
_  ed to a greater or less extent, anil
ORANGE LILT will relieve and remove this congestion Just as positively and cer-
tainlv as the a"tlon of ammonia or soap on soiled linen. It Is a simple chemical
problem, and the result Is always the same, a step towards better health and
complete <-ore.
In order that every suffering woman may prove Us good qualities,! will aatiA
enough of ORANGE LILY tor 10 day's treatment, absolutely free, to each lady wb��
Will send me her address.       MRS. FRANCL&. E. CURRAh, WINDSOR, ONT.   tt
I
���fi^^tf^ �� IVT V* A Cf-f Awl"*'"*** *��� Valuable Prcaius]
���IpZyjV irN w\2>n given away free
LPARE
NREOQA
UPML
CPAH :
RCYREH
ERPA
Canybufcrrango tb�� above seta of Jtimblod lettets Into tbe' names of six well known frulta. If so. you can I
���hare In the diatribution of the above prize. lttinoeAayl&ik. But by p&tlonce and p��rwver��nca/oucaD I
probably nukeout ��or5of tbom. To tha penon who can make out the Ur^nst number we will tf.ro tha lum ofl
una Hundred Dollan. To tba potion making out tbe second largest number tbe turn of Fifty lk>llara. .To tbe f
penon making the tblrd largest number tbe sura of Thirty tloll.-in. To the perwn making the fourth UrfMt I
number the sum of Twenty Dollars.. Should two persons aend auswers equally correct, the llrst two prirea wtll ba I
JlrlUed between them, (each receiving I7.>.0UI. Should three send In equally correct answers, tbe first three pilzea I
will bare to be divided, (each receiving 160.001. Should (bur persons aend e<]itally correct answers, tba whole man I
of r��ao0 wiil be equally dividc4i6^btw:eiTinsl30.wr��nilio wiin !^
a simple condition about which wa will write u aoon u answers ara received. Wa do not wifhi * cent of I
your money when you answer thia advertisement. If yuu can find any of the names, write ua today I
ancloainz (tamo lor our repW. Do not delay, Tonoln you we hava put�� mark under thellntMterl
ofeuboama Address, CANADIAN MH>IONE CO., Dept, D, Montreal. Qua.
A pure Fruit Jelly Powdei���Juit the
floeit pure Calves Foot Jelly flavored
ealy by tbe pure fruit.
Pure Gold Jelly Powders
(Tn4i Mirk iKlilered)
Offer you "Better Quality" oo the table���less walk In the kitchen.
Oar Book of Bealpes S��ot Pr����
Let ������ Ht,i you our valuiblt link book "Tht "	
Seeret el Delicious Desserts." litelli you how '   ' ���
lo mate iny number of dalmy deuern and ot.
Ucloua ntadt la very Utile tlae and almost no
irooble stall,
Pure Gold Mfg. Co., Limited
Teieate
5��t
f aiMlei a* Keeuesl
lend ui lue In Kimpi lo iisypstk-
Ini and poitare ind lei ui tend yea
leneruus iimplei of our Vanilla
aad tenon Btiraceitnd a siaill can
ef liking powder. Mention your
Iowa ind dealer's uame and address.
Used by the best Bakers
and Csteren everywhere alio by Chefi in the
Urge hotels and on Dining Cart. Steamship*
Steamboats, etc.
It m wife to me food products that art
produced in clean (actonei,
E. W. GIIXETT CO. LTD*
TOBONTO, OUT.
Only On* "BROMO QUININE"
Tlmt in I.AXATIVK  HHOMO QVIS*
INK,
W. flUOVK,   TVil tli.> world ovt'r to
PILES CHPE0 IN II to 14 DAV9
PAZO OINTMKNT I* tmnruntnod to
euro nny   cn*o   ol   indd'ta    H!i"'l,
nii-t'illtitf or PrfMniilinir Vllet in fl, to
14 dny* or money r����furnt<*<1.   WV.
!    J��|io'i|n pii-* it Jot nf (un in  life l.y
i!t'!t|iiniiiii it li'i'niu" it'ii not cxpi'iisivi'.
Look for tli.* ��ii.'iiuUiri' of K.
OVV,.   T'scil
Curi' ii Colli in Om; Diiy,
ll'tt'lHor io7��Tl".~"w7lfi.��s rrinrrH.' f/-" t0,?ur���Ri8d.trV,���   r��� ,
4ii,ii   W.'ll  ��U   liov  nt*.'  vim   ntul1    V^rlto Miirlnc Kvc Rt'int'dy <-0., (ill.
I i7th ibtd* nM Icwx, lor ii-muo illuArtiU'd Kyi* Ihok
Z        ,'  ,,       .     i.  i iii  Fr-v.     VVrlt.-   ull   nhout   Your   V.ye
SUt-r-Biiliv h troiilil.Ml it (rood ��Jf��l.Trnn,,,rt ������,, ,)ll>v wiI| mM%(, M to ,nt)
'    " ��� ,-, ��      i.     ,' f.t     tf,,,.:,,    p.. ,
. ."(" ���   ������." ������'          -,
Ri��nti��iH���� in Your Hnoclnl ('iidi��.   Your
Urutfuini will ti'll you Hun Murim* Hi*-
ii   ii. in,
�� W.-tti- teeth. I'll
to ���it.* il.Mitut nml Imv
n liffy.
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I j.'ld' on Hir  ii' ..ry  I'.'Iliitt,
Nil.I iii iiiiiiiuiy nt'fii!-,   du
*irA rtioriuoif it in lif ''n-t'.iii
-.l!'i-.T,t   to   v����il   tli"   Vilnius
IIH>flW��i��, U<Hl  lllin .Vi'Ul   ttili't,
ry   umi   Hoiui'  <il   t��n*  <iiti<vi��
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sn a. iV'Utut. ,um\"
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'i.nut llif i-"i!Mtrati>iii \Mi'i 4ti-
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)���*; u   too'o      Wh.-n   il     nn,.
.ii �� turn Uji* l>*<>* eiii'i.-.l ..m
'), ��� iittliis<'lti<*n' 'il in fi'.-i .fit:
���i.-tgK  I'wJlatt of th.* A.I��,C.\."
- t.i tuy Sir H'*ii\v  'l'l't";i.,t��
mi Ui- ,,i- at luuch <���* -������*,   "Uav
liHvi'n Sor�� Kyi***, Stn'imtln'tin W'tviki
Fv"*. noi'-io'i Siniirf, Soot|i��ii F.yol
I'niti nn<l j��<-��U�� for Al)c. Try il in Youri
five* ntul in Hiiby'i. V,ye* tor Scaly)
Ky.'liU mill (iraniilittinii. |
Knificr- "l>o   y>'i   tiiiuk   wonu-nj
I'lick -r- "('��� tt'iinly;  the brhl^uroo-n
woiil'ln-' In* notii'i'l at nil."���.Iiuui'*,   !
Sweet lll'il |)ltllltll'll'k, Mother Or'tv**'I
Wcnit Kvl'Ttoi'iiitor in ncc'nt'ilil ���   '<- j
ii'lii'.iW. n, "t'l ii .in'�� it.-. v...rk f-ur.-'.y ,
ari'l prntni'tiy. j
"JViu't '-''i I.- '������������ f r purrvine ft "*���*���
' vnlvr.   Tbi, littl- vnn fiv't! my lit-*.
mn"'"   "II .'.v "V,.iti'P.''   T'-ll me ii'ttii*'
it"    "|  wn* ntiirvint! itnd  I  "mw/ieil.
it."
Minard's l.Jnim��nt Relieve* N*ural|ia
W. N. U��� No. 737
���'Min****.
lirii'i* *����>'i i
iu   HlllU'll   lUI;t
M*.ii'l**
oy
111.
*��Ji(r"tr tn ''l    '">*
die \of\t*"'   "Ye-*,
ti ffitl'i face,"
The best Canadian wheat, the most
modern mills, and thc most skilled
millers* all combine to give
Royal Household Floor
*
those baking qualities which make it
thc choice ot* discriminating housewives
everywhere. Give Royal Household a
fair trial and you will never go back to
other brands. Your grocer will get it
for you if you insist.
14
Oflflvle near Bills Co- limited. ��� ir*  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  FOR    women    who    have    not   abstained, from  foods that are  apt  to  produce  flesh  there are  some  exercises   which   -will  reduce   the  ���������waist���������that  zone .where  flesh  seems  to delight to settle, much to the fair  one's chagrin and discomfort.  ���������Waists are now longer-than in the  last   season,    and     although    many  women   will   rely   ,upon    corsets    to  ���������_.pjj^-Uce.Jthe._appxQi.edJlJi-es^I-jailyi&e.  saner and more lasting method. '  ''' '"'At morning* after rising, or at evening ibefore .retiring, there are .some  gymrfastloB -of 'the body which will  effectually reduce superfluous flesh,  ���������ainl.l can promise quick - results^ If  conscientiously .persisted in by,, you.  Place :t!ie.hands on the' sides of the  body   under   the larms   and   smooth  v;tlte   flesh   downward   in   tlrm,  strong  ' r'rokes,   poing  over  the  hip  line,     lf  the .hips are large, move the lingers  ., Irom, front .to back, .pushing the .flesh  ;&way.  Now, the next exercise cornea from  Japan, .It is the plnohlngi and nipping  .massage 'Of ithat .oountry, and If persistently given Its wonderful. With  both hands pinch the flesh at the  waist line, between thumb and Angers,  The vigorous-'..treatment will flrst  soften tlie flesh, and gradually it will  disappear.  With the hands at the back, thumbs  touching and fingers front, bend tho  body forward, Hepeot slowly, keeping  the eyes front, which means a raised  head. Do not neglect this movement,  which seems to produce a disposition of  the .flesh that Is more normal.  This exercise Is balanced by a backward movement of the upper body. Take  this slowly and do not bend too far at  flrst. The muscles must be exercised and  not strained. You will find "that each  time is less difficult, This reduces the  abdominal muscles, which so often give  an unattractive thickness, ���������-���������  As a last movement, raise and lower  each knee. Draw up the right and then  the left. The balance can be kept more  perfectly If the hands are used to hoiu*  the hips. Repeat this until a general  flexibility of the muscles Is felt. The  line at the side is lengthened by thla  "prancing" motion, and muscles become  harder, while fat disappears.  To women who nre willing to devote  fifteen minutes each day to these exercises there will be great benefit. There  will be a decided Improvement In the  figure, .due to n harmless nml wildly followed out series ol movements,  and Nipping  ths Flesh  With hands  ai ike back,  bend forward  ADVICE ON SOCI AL  CUSTOMS  girl's name is always spoken first. The  simplest method is always the. best.  "Miss Brown,; let me present Mr..Jones,"  Is a form which would be correct on  almost any occasion. ���������  3. If the girl is sufficiently strong to  receive the boys In her sitting room it  jirould be iLeptectly_pji<>per._toi_haye_them-  call. Tt~ls very sweeT and kind of the  boys to send fruit and flowers, and there  Is no objection to their thoughtfulness.  A Shipwrecked  Doll  _IL_A_h.cautlJLul May_urnojrnlng,.  A Woman Gives First Sign of  Recognition  Dear Mrs. Adams.  I am a telephone npemtor In a email  town, and am daily engaged ln conversation  with many sentlemen. Some of them, when  I meet'them on thc street, speak to me. I  think lt Is not ripht to speak to them beforo  being properly lntrralnoed, but fear If I do  not they will tl'lnk me too haughty, and  make it unpleasant for me. What la the  correct thing for me to do?  PERPLEXITY.  First of all, let me say that it Is a  woman's privilege to bow, .first when  meeting men acquaintances. Vou have  no right to recognize the men to whom  you have never been introduced, and  It is presumption on their part to expect that you will.  Gloves at a Dance '  Pear Mrs. Adams. .   ,  Is It proper for a younu lady to remove  her Ions gloves at a dance?    X. V. Z.  At a very formal dance the gloves are  kept on, but quite frequently nt an informal danoo they are removed.    This  latter, however, It} not done lf the number of women who do this Is very small.  You can best decide for yourself by accepting the gerteral action as an Index  ot'what .to.do.    [  Entirely Too Young  rvnr Mrs. Adams.  Is It proper for ma to walk to and fro'i  church with a boy of IS?  I am past IB years of u|te, nnd am five  feet   tnlf.    Bhould   " '    "  seventy years ago, a tiny,  dark-haired girl first opened  her brown eyes. "Oh. baby, how delighted father will be!" were the  first words her mother, spoke when  she beheld her little daughter. "You  have his eyes and his hair and his  loving smile."  The captain's baby grew as the  months passed. Every morning when  ht*r mother came to dress her she  would say, "Perhaps your father's  ship will come today." When the day  passed and no ship sailed in, tha  mother, as she sang baby to sleep,  would say hopefully, "Tomorrow may ,  be the dny when father first rests  eyes on his llttlu daughter,"  Early In November cume one of  the worst storms, that ever visited  the New Kngland coast. For three  days and  nights  the northeast wind  I  wear   my   dresses   to  MAKT1IA.  ^r*l Dt4*4&r-Mi*r'trt4  ^Ary^^-^^ m\\*Wt*4  ^t/km%r4tim*tet*fJmvm  WHEN LEAVING CARDS.  TODAY card etiquette Is so simplified and systematlsed that any  woman con follow It without  duiigcr uf serious blunder*.  When-once the fundamental principles  of tbbt are mastered, tho occasional  chanties mny Ui made by liiose who  Wish lo keep In touch with those things.  A cord Is never taken into n drawing  nm in uiitl presented to the hostess. It  I* left by tlie caller on a tray In the  hull us aim passes. If your call bu  mode on the first "duy at homo" nf the  season, you will place In the trny one  curd of yuur own mid, If married, two  of your husband's, Aftor that, luring the season, yuu need nnt leave any  carda if calls are mado on at-home days,  If any special entertainment bo itven  by your hostess to which your husband  is invited, two of his cards must be  left when making the return call. This  rule obtains It tha boitesi bo a mar-  . .. ������   V, , ....*.���������  If a woman Is'hostess st a formal  affair and Is assisted by her unmar-  tied daughters, there are no cards left  for them, even though they have nude  their bow to society. If an unmsr-  ried woman Is the hostess, then cards  are a* carefully left aa if she were a  if you are unmarried and are using a      1)  separate calling card, It Is sufficient to      ���������*-**  friends and accompany them on a littlo  round of paying calls. If you are not  contemplating a visit of any length and  do not know the persons upon whom  the call Is mude, your curd i������ not left  If they arc not ut home, It' you Intend  to stay two weeks or more, und If the  persons called upon present themselves,  ono'card should he left In tho hull,  If a special iirrungumutt hu* been  made to cull nnd thus Introduce the  stranger, then curds uio left os at any  other first call,  When u forma! morning call In maile  by a woman upon another womun for  a little business of a charitable mil ure,  only ono card is sent up by the caller.  If the mistress be out, this and a short  explanation of the purpose nf the business are given to tlm servant,  If you are a business woman and are  paying a business call upon another  woman, It Is always best to inscribe  upon your curd a hint of the nature uf  your call, In no case should you send a  card to a man. The servant should be  given your name and u statement ������f  your business, if you prefer, you muy  write both upon a slip of paper.  I hope that women who have been a  little worried about their visiting <*ar4*  will proflt by thla talk. A knowledge of  this very formal Institution la just one  mark of attention to the details of social  life, Master these facta and there need  bo no halting and blundering ut functions where cards should bo left,  and conventional ways for a man to  request a donee.  An Unexpected Caller  Vent Mrs. Adams,  Is It proper fur ������ girl to Invite n younit  inun to call on her. If he does not live in  Ihu sumo town? Hhould he tuko his meais  at. the ulrl's. home ami stop at th* hotel?  If a eejrlleman calls upon a slrl un-  vxiu-uirdljr ami her mother opens the der  tnr hlm, should she ask the ynuns man  for hit wil so, thst' she may Ull her  .liumht.r  who  wishes to  see  her?  I'OI'l.'I.AIt.  The young girl could not wltb propriety Invite thn young man to cull  upon her, li would be perfectly  proper, however, for her parents t<������  ask hlm to call, If he Is a friend of  iho family, he may be Invited to a meal  The mother should not usk fnr the  card, Uut should ask for his name,  A Persistent Boy  Dear Mrs   Adsms,  1, What should one do wtth s bny wh.  persist* in asklna one to dunces mul >-->i  have refined hlin because  you don't III"'  him?  ������.  Is It proper in wssr lownstkrd ilrrsus  io danrlne srhool?  1IRHTKH snd l.t't.l*  I.  Continue to refuse  hlm  whenever  he extends an  Invitation  und  he  will  soon grow weary In IiIk> attempts,  li.  Yes,  Ing to give assistance whenever It Is  n������edud.  Attired in a Kimono  liesr Mrs, Adams,  l, Is It proper   . ��������� , r     hen I am attired In a kimono?   I hnve a  l, Is It proper to receive a ymins miiti  when I am attired In a kimono? I hnve a  verv sweet nne that was ulv.n nm on my  What to Say  SOLUTIONS TO  SOCIAL PROBLEMS  put a card Into the tray for your host.  et* and one for the friend tnat Is receiving with her, This Is done whan the  call Is the first of the season, or when  you ara acknowledging any hosoltallty  f.y culling afterward; After tmi, a  young woman need not leave caro> at  the "days nt home" of her friends,  Hempnit'i-r that no wniimn lnv- s her  card for any men In a houMho'4. if a  visitor In a home be called upon, always it.'UH.i.   |U������ |iu������U-������������, rim it ������!.������  Ve   unknown   to  you,  utid   leave   iw*������  rarrts. one tot her ami one for your  tr'*<*A.  Kew. auiptme that  you ate visiting  Invitation to Dance  a.fcn  Mi*.  Aftsms.  Will ������������u kindly ull im in* prepmr  may In which to ask s young lily  to sn to a dssre in theater?  Iftlns lalroduerd to s lily s������ a tlnne*.  Is It proper io ssk htr for the next daoeef  If so, In what msnntr? IGNORANT  You may Invite the young lady to  the theater nr a dance by sending her  a friendly note nr asking her personally for the pleasure of her com-  |.������ti>.  It Is quite proper fnr a man, Imme.  dlntety nn ittinxUirtiim to a woman.  tu auk i.H   I'..   d iUl.it    lull   IK I ��������� naitl liy  the next dance. "M.i.v T jut mi name  down for a waits. Miss Hrown?" or,  "I see you are not rngage.1 f.������r y*. i.  May I have itr   the** ar* simple  Pear Mrs. Adsms.  What should * youns men ssy when >>*  Is introduced to ������ slrl? What should sti������  SS)'T ANXIIH'H.  A young lady, unless sliu is playing  the part of hostess, never eipresses In  words any pleasure when a gentleman  is presented to her; but a man on being  present*? to n Inrtv shnnlt! make some  j..r������Mi.i rniutra. ������*, ' i ������m very imuyr  tu meet ynu, Ml so White" ��������� or. "It Is  t*  Ki"������i  pleasure   to  know   you,   Miss  Accepting a Challenge  V**r Mr*. Adsms.  !>o y<m think ������ ynims lady has reus* tn  r������t   Sfisrv   ntlh   s   sentlrmsn  ���������wrntii.e  tt..  *.ttm,i,   I..I    m,'.,(    i*������t������fc    i.������lt.������.    i,r,,/||.   i,t,  did. K   she  (old  htm   not  tn.   I������h..ul,l   tie  syotogtaeT ANXIOUd.  . Tha ro-on������ Mr btft cause for becom.  Ing angry, and ahouid demand an apol������  o������y for aucb boldmaa on tbo part at  iho man.  To Win Her Affection  t*ftr Mr.   ^.hnt������  I ������m Ht h.ve *Uh ��������� gl.l Mil I .1., p..t  Ihlnk *tir e������tn tut me. What shall I <l<t  l������ ������ln tier nnmem* * n. ������.  ll.. ..U.i.lii.   i.. |,.r, I.hi  <|u not  |m-  rk-si' U|Hi������ 1.(1 K"il IJMtUI������* ������l.ii dn nol  #��������� anxious to claim too mueli nt Iter  lim<- ft ������ts* li������r tl ������t vf.ij art- tiuift.l  In wl stever ������������.��������������� i* tb.uig and sr* will  birthday bv this young man,  '.*, is It proper to wear a low-neek sown  to church at  "'ah.������,|,RmsT1IBM|,JIi  1. To wear a kimono when entertaining your I'lltlnl would be llli.el im-  pruper,  2. I.owneck gowns shuulil bo rv  served for balls, dinners and other  fiiriiiul uvitiilng etiteriuliiint'alK, 1'ur  ehuroh wear the dress made high nt tha  neck Is In better taste, ulthnuiih at some  very lnniiui wcililltigN it Ik pei'inlHslbl*.  Treating With Wine  IVsr Mrs, Adams,  Khali I treat hoys with wine when iln'r  iiuim io nc me? If nut, what csa I scr\u?  UltOWN KVKH,  Decidedly not. It is not neccssury to  treut your friends every Mini* they i.itiie  tu *>���������.��������� ynu. ta'caslotiiilly you iiiIkIU  serve itiilnty sandwiches ur some liuine-  iiiii.l.. tiiiulIi'N or cake,  J.ength of Dresses  IV*r Mrs   Ailsiiis.  I am i. uhl nf tlilrlwn nnd am flv* rest  four mill's in helKht. linw InllK should t  wesr my dress.*N  Arr iwn and nnr-hslf var.|������ t.f fmir-ln.'li  rll.iHsn i'������i much fnr * low on my hsir?  In Inlimlutlns a hoy aid n slrl, Miose  name should tie mrntlonfil first?  Ii.iw l.iiiy shniil.l a nirl I? >enrs n!<l and  tlm feet ar\i������n and .ine-quarfer Inches  tall wear her dresses? I*. |', M.  f, J. A  Your dresses should reach about two  or three Inches above >our sliodoiis.  X' . . , '    . . . , t  ......     ...   ..     .     * , ,    ..   .....     . .       ,   .ft...  belter than I, for she. can tell what ef-  .'<������������������������ .4 .'..-..*   I..  :;.:.��������� I ������������������,).���������! ;....-     .. i   .:,.-  appearance.  Two and one-half yards would make  a very large bow, und any extreme  taste Is nut considered well-bred.  Tlio girl's name should bu mentioned  first.  one Ineh above the sltoetops sln.iil.1  Automobiling  Dssr Mrs. Adsms.  I. I* II l<*'4-������������ ft* ������lrl������ l*l������re������n ll.e *-���������**  nl II in* )c to strepi the lnvl*u.tt ,.f ������  l������r ef ll l������ ������o ������j������I sui'.mU.lllns wllh hun?  imly en* tit tti* mlrl* Is ai<iu������ininl ������.ih  hlm,  1. Which is the enmt war i ��������� intr.t������*  buys and slrts nt I*. ..r l������ years ������������������! *���������:,  ���������     I* It  t r j. r  f r   i   ,i"   *   '  vsll  Iwr ������I.CC *h������ I* <i.jh������:.s. li.s  I.  "   ������  lllnrss.  and ta atnd  bif   frL i   or  my shoetops?  You are entirely too young to allow  a boy to escort you to and from  church, ,  Your drosses need not reach your  shoetops; If they aro ono Inch or 10  above them there oan be no criticism.  \Took Incorrect Dose -  Kindly tell ma how long ono should take  tho Vaucaire remedy for cnlaralns, th������ l>u������l  before tha desired effect Is obtained. I have  taken fourteen bottles of It and Imve not  notleid a-panicle of Improvement, but my  seneral welsht has decruased. 1 took two  teesiioonfuls aftfr aiwh n.i-al rsnuluriy. I  illd have a ttn.*l.u*t, but 1 lost It ilinuish  nursing niy children, Pleasa advise mo It  1 sliaif start-JuiuKttl,i.DIB00UIU(.im  Tho directions for tho Vaucaire remedy are to take two sou|.������poonfulB  (about equal to a tablespoonful and a  iolf) in wuter beforo each meal. Try  igaln with the correct dose. Try also  inking malt extraot during meals, and  haisagn nightly with warm vinegar or  llcohol. i am sorry for ymir wasted  tfforti, and hope the remedy will now  trove satisfactory^  Scars Following Pimples  Yur a Inns time I was troubled with plm- ^  Ides. Ut I used a ll'iuld prsiiarailnn nf  yeurs thai look them sll nit, snd now mvtr  a iilmili. du I have, Hut ,������hsy,_left .scats,  an.) my fae* Is badly srsrrrilwfih-little tiny  Hie en I Inmvlnit "���������������' w.iul.l think I hud  had a mild case ot amallpos. Is there  anrtliln* thst v>tu can K-ll me In do so  ss to drive away llusa ,,'"r*TyAVM,1B  I am glad the pimple remedy proved  so sutlstuctory.  Por the scars, stenm with hot cloths  held i.lofi! to llie fin'i*. and then npply a  lotion made of onchnlf teaspoonful of  , , .      1  . te   .     ... n. y,,i.l   r.l   rti.n..  ilcrul nlum dissolved In a pint of water.  li   D.i-  .���������'.:>   .'>    .���������:.-.    !' '-'���������' i,   .' '--I   li.'.1-1.1  massage well with a little cocoa butter before steaming.  Keeping Hair Light  My  bsir  Is'thick   and  cuaree,   and  Is  ,,, i,1, ��������� i���������  i.,.i..   ,, i ..���������  , irsn   Mil t*..irine������  rtaiser in alum* ������ ������.*������ t-r **<��������� atur  ������asbla������. I fwl c.rap.ii������.t la wash It  I wo or three lime* a numfh In order t������  have il I."* w.ll. I use ��������� l*v������l tea-  sponnful "f tttitn* la the wsler each llnm.  weujd  the  l*rss  tmd  t������ iJsriwB  lh*  Ijtivly I hs*.e e..i(. ������d several gray hair*.  W)������M ibe butas taut* th.m? t am net  let ta.  I* there se>ihlns f otM um lu keep mr  hair  Hgfif   and   tntTv "*  l������ iti.fe a U)e f"t ������'M..������n ln'tr if it riU  JhSWIt'"*  *********  bvVt'>nvR       T>ISGi mt-mwrn a. ��������� M-^cht  V If * rhatipriiii arcompsmrs the three  young pco|,:e il will be ell rtsi.) >" * -  cept the Invitation.  The girl nnl *"<*'���������  1,1 mur*r, slw.iiM lie rr'i**flj littr  ���������''<***>.  i. XSbrtl lntr������Mtnc>lig t*y* ai.d frl'*' ue  Map.  Ik* not wash the hair muiu* *o ulttn.  emm a month I* ���������I'lif 'r������������iu������nt  .-r.fcugh. It Is tn-- I t.i* w.ith is at  Ihe root of all losir troubl***  ���������a t.t*)'x\K. tiRAi'Tirri, nor.r." i  I.lew a terrific gale, minillng snow,  sinet nml ball fell during "i*'������* nf  the time, and It wns so cold that  everything froxe as ������i>.<ti as It struuk  till     Vl'SHClS.  tin the fourth morning the elnuile  briike anil Hit' sun shuiii1 i>ut clear  und bright. Kur mile* the sbur*' was  ii.vcri'.l wllh wrc.kfiMP broken tlm.  Pen. spurs and p"riiuiis of the cur-  j5i.es uf  vc*������������-le.  Among thlr the fishermen found a  ureal sen eticM, ini'l on uni- eii.l were  tlm lii'ilulK t.f tl.c luiliy's father. When  lliiv uiii'iieil it, Iticit ������> Die ui) luf.  lav ii tieimtlfiit doll, iilmust as Inn/re us  ti.il.v h'-raclf Ken ttjiuiii'li she wn*  iliei'ichcit with sen water Iwr rosy f ice  smiled nt llie let Ly when ������l." whs lifted  .mi mul put Into )i������ i ������rrn������ I'luiicd to  the frt.iit uf ber drens ihev fuuml a slip  i<f piipci un which they cmtld with illf-  flciiliv lend the wunls: "|*or my iI'iiihIi-  i.'i   I'olly."  They iIiuui'hi that the captain, when  tin in''pteci'M. ,Im<I   hiiVlly   written   the  her lit^the' tup of'hi* chest, bolting that  ��������� , in tint i..uli Ii.h iltue ii.iiislH'r,  even If lie himself could not.  Ami an, vou *ti; It *,i-. .ifiel 4.',. the  liittiv'*- fi|tfier wh" ynv. her tier name,  ttmiiiih It wn������ liurne in Iter in so strange  ... ii.      ii     i 'It,  Low th'\ ni'iihi'i- Ini'K'iil  ti i.in w lull fill "-I'.iril. > ��������� li. . . '���������'������������������ at I  wiins*. hmiil* biiil *o ' arefii������������������������������������ fn������ll-'ni"t  lur iiutiiiii Biirmmtt*, S.er r ifl'ci ,,������i.'>-  Sl-lllS     I'll    l.l.tll>������|HII;   petttiMiill     l|��������� r   11'  ���������!<.  il.itk s'.wii,  fu-r ������no������s  t������.i������������e ������n.,  i.er  grt .ii  i' iu il  i.iu.lii'iii.i I  Hm  Mi.mwM uf A]  >���������������!��������� t'v   v.i\  In  Which the .iil'lliltl leant. .1 M'.'it :'.* '.It-  It. nne wns a gtrl ami t;..t u l"-* V"  one rt-.i knew b"-w M l������ kt...w-V.-tre  (.line t. tuni in ll.-" (n -.-���������...-., ,i ��������� ���������  in,), ss It wus that tie u.������.#t. ���������* <*.h'������i"-**ei  It   tti hlm  I,,  li e  w>   ���������',"���������  t.f n<   *i ������ -t  ....    -..     ��������� to... 1    .i.   lli,    . .    ������������������       .      . *    I       . '  tl   '   l.'S    .'"'      Hi'      IL-    * *     ������'>'     b     'I   '���������������������������*���������     ' '-'*  . ,t    f lli. rt ll oatk  M>ii'-..Mil*T wrv-w -tr'-it t.rt.iiri* -  a  ������s Tta BumiierlMi! "lm
ie*.-<\   Every   Tu��?��i1��v  hv   the
Comox   <Se    Cumberland
^ab iai-wny  (Sof-npaay.
THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
' T'Jiie* jmia*i* will not Imld   itself
i->��>*cMi9ii)l'u fur th�� ��i|iini��tns��if oth-
ti-5 innj appciir i" 'v> w'tliiiiiiis
n tii:ic to tiinp.
nr
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t.wcsday,    MAY 17,     1910,
'��� '' f V, is ho:��'i.v givifi fiat. ��jje month
tr in tl.ti' I intf nil to apply t" 'be Super-
i:U"iilent of Provincial I'uli.!.-, Viotoria,
1 : ii rnewui of the hotel license hold hy
mo for the Woodhus Stoppi g I'liue, ait-
vated ou Lot 178, Como* )>iitr��t, KO
Asrtir. Witonua*.
Dated'.!Glb day of April, 1910.
NOTICE is hereby given that one uebth
from dnte I intend to apply t - tho >��jw
ietecdent rt Provi-Mial Police. Victoria,
fur a holol liquor license in the Wilaon
hotel, situated at Union Bay. H.O.
JOHS  HlMl'IIRKY, Jr.
DftUd 2Gth dsy of April, 1VIU.
NOTICK is 1:tirehy givon thai on* latmth
from data *�� intend to Hp|iiy '." tbe Sup-
erinMattent of Previaflat fuliaa, Victoria,
lM -.i. rL*������<i of tiie Hotel  lie '.'bo bold
toy ua for the Kelson hotel,  Minuted   at
Vuion Bay, B.C.        Fiuskk i. Manor.
Dated 2<5tfc (lay of Apni, I'J It).
NOTIOE i:i hereby given tlm one mtur.lt
froai date I intend to apply f.u I'm iuper-
inlendedt of r-'roviuoial F0H0--. Victoria,
for u rimovslof the hjtel liui-iise held by
me for tho Wilson hotel, a lu .iifcl at Union Bay. Job** ili'Mi'uaiv.
Diuedihu 2Ct.hdayof April. 1910.
NOTICE i 1 hereby given tint mi* mouth
iMra daU I intend t�� appl*, m the Supcr-
{ntrnrlentof.Pro'riaaisl Pe.ice, Victoria,
i'..r ihe trmWir of tbe hetol liceuso held
"l^BWlterthe-WihoB-hoteti���-UuMtd~.at.
Unio.i, li C., to John Hiiaif.jJjre'), Jr.
JOllS  Hl'MFHUKV.
.Dated aCtli day if April, 1'JIO.
NOTICE ii hereby jlvon that one mouth
from dutu I intend to apply t< the Supir
iutod nc of Pieviuciul >M"o, Victoria,
fur a rqiewil of the hotel licuue* Laid by
1 e (ur tlu Loruu hotel, si tuted at Coin x, li v. F1.0PBNCB \ . Cuvru.
Dat u With d'v of April, l'.'ll).
2*0Mi K is-hoioby tfirM tlut mie mouth
f.uauintrt I intend to aiiply t'i t'tu tfuper-
imeiiucnt* of Vrovincial VA-t*.; Vict .rin,
for u re .oral nf iho h��**l ].oeumi tiald by
uio (ur the Kivtvuda katol,   * tiintud  at
O'll't-WWl)*. ll.O. 0, IJ.   I'K.CJiXKK,
iviiteri tnu '.'(!"* d*y et Apiil IU10
.N'l.iTlOK i.x ���������irahy biven ihtt uu�� month
frtnii iiil,i! I liitmi! toupply t - ilia Super*
intiUii.tut. of Vrovinoinl I'tilicv, Viotoria
I'm ii ivucwil uf tho li��tei liireiiHi lml<l by
in.! lur il,.) (,'niou iwtel, aiuuiuvl tit Uni
un, ij v .'���'.'���imi'u.i.', Uavu,
I'.'it.'i li.'t :.,(itn uay of Apiil itflO
NOllUli; i.iliuuby fjiyuutU"! nn�� mouth
t om datii i inti'iid tu iipi.ly l<> tho Su^ir-
i fii.-ttlutit uf t'i'.ivitioiiil Polii'i*. Viotorifii
fi.'.* *. A'li<jW 4 uf Ihe li'tUl llOUM* held by
u tt fur tlw OourtMitiy iiutol.    .tui.toi   lit
t' ii.iunuy, |?,C.      John li, Juiinsjok,
iiutcdaotlid y I'tAptil, l'Jhl.
X,M'1(;K is liwrcby givou tii��t o 0 UMnth
I im 11 thtn I in md t<i ��pp y t.< the Super-
ii,;oiiieiit o( J'rovinoial l'n'io . Vloturln,
for a renew*! of tin hot*I Ikuu-e hold hy
wt* far tho WU otel, situilrU >l Cyan x,
ll.l*. OtOtOI Q.    lsUciMitfAM),
UatodifltU day of April, M".
New
England
Hotel
Vndtt New
Msnagemeut.
N
First-Class   Board hy
the day, week or month.
Reasonable Rates
The Bar has been new
ly replenished with the
with the choicest of wines
liquors and cigars.
James   Walters,
Proprietor
Garden, Field
and Flower
Seeds
New crop now arriving from our growers in England,Prance
Holland, Canada nnd iho United States. All tealod an to vitality and purity on arrival. The best iB good enough ior our customers. Catalogue free. Business will le continued at our old
Btnnd until May. After that in uew location, which will be announced later.       Addre-JK
M. J. HENRY, 3010 Wcsminstcr Rd, Vancouver
Cook's Cotton Root Compound
The great Uterine Toole, mid
,only safe eltoctual Monthly
;Regulator on vUcli women oaa
depend. Sold in three degrees
of etrenjrth-No.'I, ii; go. &
10 degrees stronger. |J| Np,^
for special cases, U per box,
SoW by all drugsrfc'
,      Mepaid oa  reoelpl  ., .
���      ftcopompMet. Address!
5e��miH0IKlC0..TOMNT(VflllT. tJormerlyWt
Singer Sewing Machines  for
sale on easy terms at th*&NE^��ar
OFFICE. ''\
Satisfawtion ��� Buy a "Grand
Duke" and have satisfaction. Union made, hand made.- and made
from clear Havana Filler,
|��
CUMBERLAND, B
o
���J
Form No, 9.
LAND ACT.
Form of iNptico.
Coinox Land^ District
District of Coast.
TAKE notice that Henry Arthur Voiing. of \raiicoiivei-, occupation Muster Mariner, intend* to
apply for peniiissisitui to pucehast.
the following described lands:���
Cpinmencing at a post plante'l on
Tlmrlow~l-s*hnd���iahou-t���oiws-inilt.
East of Grecti Point, liesidt* a pust
marked A, P. A., N. E. cor.
thence West 30 chains; theuce
South 40 chains; theuce East 40
chaina; thenoe along shoreline to
point of commencement, containing 160 acres more or less,
Henry Arthur Young
Name of Applicant, [in full]
Anibi'o**) P Allison,
Agent
Date Decern lier nth, 1909.
Form No. i*.
LAND   ACT.
FORM OF .NOTICE.
Victoria  Land  District.
District of Hiipart.
TAKE NOTICE that A. Neville Smith, of Vancouver, occupation Law Student, intends to apply for permission to purciiase the
following described land*:���
Commencing at a post planted
at the North East corner of Lot 2
Beaver Cove, Rupert District,
tlience 5 chains South more or less
to tho North West eornor of T. L.
No. 37128 thence 40 chains East;
tlience 40 chains North; thenoe 10
chains west more or'less to the
salt water tlience following the
shore liue in a South Westerly direction to point of commencement
containing 80 acres more or less.
A, Neaiu.k Smith.
Namo of applicant [in full.]
Per John Mathers, Agent.
Dated ..January 24th, 1910.
Not only is it -a nice mild
smoke, but the "Grand Duke'*
Cigar has all those necessafy
qualities which give so much
satisfaction to the suioker.
HO.l. E ii lioraby niven mm ������no muntli
(r-ita d ta I n.tend At a{ialy \o the Muper-
InleuJui-t uf 1'roviuulki P*�� ice, Vlotoru.
fn"ureiii'*iil itlliohoti'l '.n- i.m' baldly
�����fur tbt t-ot. AHimlU, tietei, sitUHied at
C*��"iil. ".'' ���'. i>   lt"i.��w.
Ur���**, V0:u a.y uf A,nd, 1.1M
mtilUt N��>  0
���:<���
AC"
NOTICK is hereby yivea that thirty
Uvb sfter dito wo iutomi to ��p|j1.v to tLe
Sujjeriir.eiuleut of Provinoiul 1' lico Vic-
teriii, for a rcoewul ���.{ tlie hotel licetihO
'nr the \\ iJ!o\sB Ho.el uiuiiuteo btCnuip-
,,, ll Hiver, U, C. fur tlio term of nix
niori.lts cuininouuing July li*, 1910, ,
TKULIN.-i HANNK.V.
Dnted at J.iiod, Apiil Wth, 1910.     ���
......   Om .ii
NOTICK i�� liTeliy glvm tint thirty
ilnye after due I in I nod to ��pi<ly to the
Supuriiitomloiit of I'roviiiuial I'liliod Vio
lon'u, f*r n rouewnl o( tlio kitvl 1.cents
(or ibe Mmltnnpinn HtiUi, Kiintul ut
I.uud, U. C. fur tho tor in of nix tuuiitli
oommi iioiiiR July 1st, 1010.
FHEUIUCRTHVLIN,
U��ted at Imod, April t��th, 1010.
The Oliver Typewriter for IT Cents
a day!
Pleaie read the headline over aotvlo. Thtso
its tr��uiendou9 nigaificance will ddwaupou
you.
Aa   Oliver  Typewriter���the   ttandarrl
v siUle writer-the most highly perfectrd
typewriter oa the market-yours for 17 cents
a day !
The typewriter whose cocqueat of the
commercial world ia a nutter of business
hietory-your* for 17 cents a day'.
The typewriter that is equipped with
booth of such oonveaieDoes as "The Balance
Shift,"-"The Ruling Device"-The Double
Releaso"-"rhe Locomotive B����t"-"The
Automatic Spaeer"-The Automatic Tahu-
laior"-"The Disappearing Indicator"-"The
Adjustable Paper Fin
gers"-"Tba Scientific
CondtBhod Key-
.b.��rc*"���all.
Yours For 17
Cents a Day!
Wa announced this
new snlfi plnn receutly, just to feel tlie
pulse of the people. Simpiy a ��mull cash
payment-then 17 cents ��� day. That i
the plnn in a nutshell.
The result has been tttch a deluge of
applicatious for machines that we are simply astounded.
���^The~deniand~cumesJrom_p^pj!a_ofiall
classes, sll ages, all ocjupations.
Thc majority of inquiries haa come from
people of knowitjg flnanoial standing wbo
wei a attraoted hy the novelty of tho proposition. An impressive demonstraticu of
theimu.euBe popularity of the Olivor Type
writer,
A efcirtliug confirmation of our belief that
the Era of Universal Typewriting is at
bund.
"Wood's Ptosphodim,
The Great JbtglisA  Hemrdy.
��� -     * ilo
  .lystem,  mittca   new
lUood In old Volns. Jjtires A'erv-
Touoe and invitoratestha wholo
nervous pystcm,  xnrlkea .nuw
ou*; Debility, Mental and, Braim Worry, lies
pon-tetieii. Sexual Weakness. JSmisntetis, Seer
mil**rrhata,a,id,Rffett* of Abuse or Kxcts-ts
i/ortneriy Windsor)
Ono will please, t.x
' la or mnllod In
   iVtitt pam*'Uet
MedloinsCo.
Toronto) Onf.
HAVE YOU BEEN
A WINNER YET?
Have you won a set of our
dishes? "Whether you have won
a set of dishes or not, you are still
a winner if-you have been using
ROYAL
STANDARD
ESQUlMALT ���&.   NANAIMO
RAILWAY COMPANY.
TENDERS FOR CLEARING RIGHTiOF
WAY.
Tknokkh will be received up to April
30th, 1910, addressed to R. A. Bainhridgu
Divisional Engineer, tor clearing of tho
tight-of-way, Comox extension, Esquimau
k Nauaimo Railway, between Union Bay
and Oyster River.
Specifications and particulars of the location eau be secured at the office of the
Divisional Engineer, K, & N. Ry., ViotoriR
The lowest or tiny teuder uot', neoesarily
accepted. H. E. BKASLEY,
Superintendent,
j--l u_i   .n     .-___. _h...ji in
NOTIOE TO COWTBACTOB8.
THE KIND
THAT PLEASES
THE PEOPLE
E.W.CILLETTCO���LTD.      _
$1 fi-tottl*, Oat -Aat]
Korm No. U
UNO ACT,
NOTIOK.
Is the matter ot the "OlJlcinl ,A(lmi��i��tr*-
tors' Act." nud miioiutliig aij.n, ami
I.s tho imtttor ol Harry Mariiu,  deooiued,
lUtl'SUtO,
Notiok i�� insniiiiv uivkn that by ortlir
of Uih Honor Jud^e lliiktir, tinted tlio Oth
i(��y of April, 101(1, mndo iu imrsuauce of
an uppHmtion in the 0��u��iy Court ol N��-
uuiiiiii, hulduii ut (.'uiiihurliuiil, 1, the u 11-
iUtsikiilhI, OlUuinl Aduilnistrutor for that
m-nrt ot tbe Cwin.|y of Nuiuimo oompriiiwl
,11 the ��!tmi<tx Khiitiiril Disti* ot, was duly
.tplitnntoil AtluiiiiiKlritur of hIi ntul Miugiv
iiir tint o��t*tu, effect< nml oicdits of the
alxivti niiiii.d H.ny Miirtm, who dod
��itliii�� my jutUdiuiiim in Hiuili OllloUl
Ailii.itiistnilur ou or nhout the 10th iluy of
MsicIj, lUltt,
An I funlior take no (uo tlmt all dahU
1l.11 tho tmUto uf tlm saui tlutiuuiud mint
'<* paid In tlio uiiiitisign-il witii .ut iiuim,
and that all purti�� h��vlng nl ims agaitlit
tlu said ontate inun pioiont tliHHituntu
.liu under-itfunl, duly veriliail.
imtcdin i:tmii)i'r|*ml, 11,0., thia 1'Jlh
1 'I,
I     irllljjjll
I     t    1
Piteilk Luinhor On,, Lul, of Unrni'i
1 JJ (,'. (ii*ct'.|iit((nn r.uiiilior Miiniiffic
fuiror , iiiiciula 10 npj'ly f"r |jcnni��-
|* on to jMifdi.inH \h* fullotvini; ilt*n-
     | Cfilif'4 44IM��r.
'���<>��.^h, CoiiniH iuiii(j i*l it yo*) }i!.ir,lrrl
Ji.ii t.iit!i'.ii|iiitit.ii Inm������ft 'tnu, in~JMt Imwuf Uock Uluff, 4 vhnUit nnd
t-'titt* tn a'ttjlf tnr ijfriin-n'i',11 toihft \kt. Norih hum H, K. ci��fi��tr
���. 1 viiii*/�� i)ff   iuilculii^ tiontrih**d\o1 V. Ci   hot  2H,   then   Nurtli-hi
l��fM<aj--C����'��'/i��'i��*iH^    >.'.    .'    j����m. .������"���-*, :!.";;Ki��t nV...nt lOdmhialn
j itiitcl on   tlm   ii"r:ii    Imrit   ut
C.,,y��>'    Lio'!   I);-���'.
Dialrict of Cohi" iii'i;;i*
Imroiigh   lul't.
1 ,\ l\ I.   IH'HV*'    i.l.l.   . �� ���
���������II Ml KoV  i"-   xi,    I	
h'orm 0! Voiiite,
Hiywiinl ],t\nd Di^tric},
l>i*tri��'' of Vitunria.
TAKV: N'oriOtt turn tlu'  Nun li'ihyuf April, Milo
W.   W.  WILLARD,
Olllcial .\ilmimitr��tor.
I. ti'ililtu.'tiigli [iih't  .iv  imrili 0
Mi-isittif Uny, tlu'ii.v i.ii'Oi twen i''
\s    .hai.iB,    tln��ii(v   �����,-'   "(jj'ry
r'l.ltl*.*, ,1'lfll.*"  n'lilill  ''I     I IIHTU
.��. i .ti.iutf fli<* -I""*"* '��� *''  t ''h-itu1*
F��rnt Nn. !l
LANI; ACT.
FORM OV NOTICK.
t'omt l.miil |ii��tri��t��
Iliatrif t of Now WtHiitiiitstar,
TAKK NOTICK that Elmwor 11. Mil-
Inn   nH.utiil. H.C, ifi'Ol'nllito spliiStsr,
H^iW'inl ltr.itnc�� No. 3'>l.M, then Sooth j <ut��uil< tospim for |*rrniiN<i>m to pun-h-Mo
ah.iin40clminMli��iiHl��iin{Hlioruo( ��h��MlowiuB Ui.dsj^f..mBia��.aiwr at a
A Quarter of a Million People are Making MONEY witli
fijc,-.  a
OLIVER
' TUR STANDARD VJSI8LK WltlTKR
Tlio Olivet' Ti imtcriftir is 11 money��� 111 iik- r
ritflit fruiu tno word "go!" So oasy to run
Ihathogln .orn spoi got In tho "i-xpert"
uUbu. Kur.i nii y.tii If ant. Lei the 11m-
ohlne pny tho 17 cents it aiy-nud nil uhovo
that is your*,
Wherever ymi mo. thero's worlt to ho
duiivund moii'y to be tnwl) by DHciutf t ln>
Olivor, The bush cni world is onllinji f��r
Oiiv-T o[ioriitt-r>. Tlicr��aM not enough to
supply thu deiuinid. Tnoir Hulnriiin ure tton-
sitlar*hly nhovti thoso of wimy uUsuei ol
worker*.
'An Oliver Typewriter in every home!'
Tbnt In mu* Imttle cry today. We luvo
niadu thcOlivur kii-jiviub iu usefulness and
aliiolutely iiKlispt'iisiiblo in business N.w
comori thti noD<|Ho��t of tho Imum.
Tlio simplicity aod HUotigtb of thn Oilier
lltltfor family ������. It U bouomlint nu
jiii(<iruut ���uoior ju tlm lituuo tratnii-fof
ytnwn p^ipK. An uduuittur hm Will .* u
lummy nmlior,
Ottf  nuw  iieWltH   |iUil   ptlll    the   OliVO
1111*>�� tlir'.tslmlil nf ivcry li��m��  i 1 Aoin*
iun,   Will yim olow  the duo.' uf   snur
huve 0;  (.111-.!����� "U thin n'lii irkib'o Oliver
1 pyoi't-ioitt.
VVtiUt f' r further ileUilH nf mir o����y
nfft;r sii.l 11 f.��'ti ijepy ot Iho new Olivor
ij.In mi.      Adilri'HH
The Oliver Typewriter Company.
a ho Olivar Typewriter Building,
Chicago, un., tra A,
ave
The numbers drawn for April
77760 91196
83846 99999
93753   93836
5O560
92330
85736
86639
���Manufactured by���
Vancouver Milling
4 Grain Company ltd
VANCOUVER, B.C.
AdvurtistTs will conl'ei'ft favor
hy hi'iiiiring in ���heir ml*, not Imur
thnn Monday, m thin will eutthlu
tlio jirititiM'ii, to insert it in the
next inKiiu ud tin* folkwing Tiifs-
dny,
IF YOU WANT GOOD
PRINTING GO TO THK
NEWS. FIRST-CLASS WORK
Qa>/V*^<��Mi>^/ss)/^^st��^M.^
J    O. H TARBELL
HIGH GRADE STOVES!
And all KITCHEN   UTENSILS
Sportsmens Goods
unci
General Hardware
City of Cumberland Sewerage
Sealed tenders endorsed -' Tender for
Seweragu" will ba received up to 4 p.m.
on the 28rd day of Msy, 19I0,by tbe undersigned for the coUBtructiou of certain
eewernge works for the Corporation if ihe
City of Cumberland, B, C, ��
Plans, Specifications, Cont.act and
Forms of Ttnder may be seen on or after
the 5th day of April next ensuing at the
office of the City Clark, Cumberland,
Knob ptoposal must be accompanied by
an accepted bank check, (or cert ticate of
deposit), on a chartered bank of Causdn,
made payable to the Corporation of tbe
City of Cumberland, for the sum ot Five
Hundred Dollars, nhioh shall be forfeited
if the party tendering decline or neglect
to execute the contract when called upon
to do 60, or if he fail to complete tho work
JianJia^^Jor^^^^Tbe cheques orctrtitl-
cate of deposit of unsuc.es'M tender*?*"""-
will be returned to them upou the exi't^i-^
tiun of the coutmct.
A mtaraotee bond in the sum of Five
Thousund Dollars will be required as Re-
onrity for the fnitbful   pejf jrmance  and
completion of the work.
Tender* will nut bn considered uuleis
made out on the f urine supplied whieh mny
be obtained at the office of the City CUrk,
Ovniiierland.
Tbe lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.      ALEX. McKIKNON,
('ily Clerk.
Dated ut Cumborlwid, B.C., April '5th,
1010.
S.S."LITHIA"
Licensed for 30 passengers
Towing and freighting to
ail points.
Good Accomodation
for Passengers
Special terms to parties by
the duv or week.
For particulars apply to���
J, H. HOLMES, Agent
or to
G.LI, WOOD, Master
Phone 44, Comox,B. C,
Seeds
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!
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.Mom't'H H��y to place ����f cnmm^tinc
l nK-nt on K i*t Hiih ol,C (i, Lot 28.
J    I'iik N'omtii Pacific U'miikh Co..
i l.ivjri:n
j\"uino*.( ai*plicuiit in full
A   Ciuirh sin*, A|(uiit
\)nud 18th Junutry. 1��10
;   t 11       *   - --	
I't -U RAF.K -H hoti*fi��s<iM .n*.
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' ��� ���i'n��->-f,   2   htm-f*  ..tt   ;','i;   St
pint pboied .<t the northnast corner <:f U.
Il.il, 101, tlitiimi uirth MoliHiift, vlienoe
mi W rhnrts, ti unce imuiU Bt) chs'ni,
tii>naa w����t W) chsidS to the pUoo of he.
Hiiinu.lt        Kl.KAS'GK If.  SfAr.f.OItV.
Ki'wahu Hr.mt.uxii, Aftut
tinted linrob i.'ml, U1U.
kok 8Ai.i:^At tt. rvi^vi
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11 i-i .f 1*4 a?.-!   l%>\   r - uwl, Tvti^rntei in   e**l ,��� ,.r.   C��>*t
i!*.t, ��*li**��p. ,|l2A����-�� *ri!| *'���!! f..r 4,"td,\)tl.   Aj��
j U (Jihtif ��<��  C't'., I itiott Ixtm* Miil.' ply ���� ''��'�� o?H v.
aJP-ORTSM'EN
Mr t our cut uio it'
It* //*vv;,-,.
Stnd ui your name tnd
���ddress, and we will mail
to you absolutely froo, the
moat complete catalog of
sportsmen's supplies over
uublichcd on t!i�� Pacific
Coast,
FRASER HARDWARE CO,
VANCOUVER, B.C.
OK KVKKV KIND, in any
qunutily, hy the pni'ksgs or
by the [Kiund.
Ornamental Shrubs
Fruit Trees
Oro��u to suit the B, O,
tlitntit.
MMll
Catalogue
Free by Mail
Royal Nurseries &
Floral Co., ltd.
786 Ornnvillt Srreet
V. O.   D05  1069
���ANcooriR,       nc
**iem
NOTICE
Any jHT8on or pt*rntun��t nutting,
ri-imiviiig or tutting nny bluekn,
tlm Iter or wood, of nny dt'scriptioiln
)��loiiging to tlio Wt��lliii|it(iii Col.
liccy Oo'y., nr from or off tlxi Iiuui
of tlm miid (Joiiijiiuiy, will 1��< jurin.
t����iitwl to tlm full wont of tl>w foxv,
Y,  I), Mttlf,
SiipPi'inteiiiltMit
"Wollincftoii Colliery Co,y,
NOTICE,
Riding on (ooomouvei> nnd  rati
may onr*) ot tha  Onion  t'nUinry
Company by any person  or jw-f
ion�����except tain orow���Im Mtrictly
prohJHted.   Ktnployean  -ra ��ub-
ice UiGiiniiBUti ior HiUmiit'j, ��*..,-
By order
Fjjajicw 0. htrrm
aUnaiitai,
VOU $Al.K~r\\r*t liredwiiito
i^iiorn roi��t��'r*; tlii* ���,**���)''* hinU,
Iiati'li��*it from fmporfid tpgd,
���f����i(��r��iti������*{I fr��ui�� t!**��� lii'ft I'gfj I��y.
irijif (ifrnin *m th** ���*o��s��, IV��i*r $1
inch. Apply >*, I,in��ri'iict��, O mox
I-oh ofliie, W, C.
***** THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  -/  rx ir  THE NEWS  =   For $l.oo a Year  KOTICE is hereby given that  30 days after date I intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands- and Works, for a'License to prospect for coal and petroleum on and under the following land situated in the Cotnox-  District:���������Commencing at a post  marked southeast eorner of claim  No. 2, placed about 20 chains west  from the S. E. corner of Section  32 Denman Island, running West  80 chains Nortli 80 chains, East  80 chaius, thence South 80 chaius  to point of coitiitiencenieot.  Harry McClusky.  J.  E. Butler, Ageut  Dated March 14th, 1910.  Form No. 11.  LAND AOT  Form of Notice  Coniox Land   District  District of Cortes Island"  TAKE notice thnt Helen  Bull,  of Ileriot Bay, 13,   C.   occnpatson  .Matron, intends to; apply  for permission to lease the following de-  scribed lands:-���������On Cortes Island,  B. C. being tha1 portion of Squirrel Cove known as the   northeast-  "wiyTnirirnti^li^t^^  ���������Commencing at a post planted  on     the    shore     about        200  yards  northwest   of   the    north  wjstoriit-r of timber limit 30205  thence    southeasterly   along'   the  northeasterly shore  one-half mile! j  more or less to  the southeasterly'  ,, shoro theuco following the houth-}  easterly .shore in a south westerly  direction 20() yards more or less fo  the southwesterly shorn thence  lNi'thwostwly along the southeast-  westerly shoro pi-odnoed along the  imaginary line across Squirrel  Cove to a point on the northwesterly shore thence- northerly along  tho westerly shorp to the north  shore thence southeasterly along  the northeasterly shore to point of  coniiueiieoiiient and containing sirs.  t>'(00) acres more or less.  Helen Hull, Applicant.  Dated March 1st, 1010.  BEEK    BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women.  UNION BREWERY BEER  Drink   U   B. C. Bohemian  The UNION BREWING Co..       Nanaimo, B.C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  Go to  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-'JLASS  CANDY, FRUITS.  .,OIGARS:& TOBACCOS  ������. Hunden  UNION S. S. CO., of Bit Ltd  Week-������inl service  between Vancouver,  Nanumo. Union, Gomox; by  iho  steel Clyde built twju fCnw  'steamer "COVV1UHAN"  Sailing as under���������  Leaves Vaucouver, Suturday 8 p ui  Arrives .Nanaimo, SuturJuy 12pm  Arrives Union, Kutid������y 6 a m  Arrives Coinox,  Sunday 8am  Returning;���������  Leaves Comox. Sunday 4pm  Leaves Uu'o.i Sunday 5pm  Arrives Nanaimo, Sunday 11pm  Arrived -Vancouver Monday 7 it in  Stage leaves. Union for Cumberland t-v-1  ery Sunday morning on arrival of 'COW- I  IOHAN;" and leaves GumoeiliiLd Hotol 1  at 1   pm,   connecting with sieamor   i  Ubioa.  BOVRIL renovates  the blood and builds up  muscle and neirve. It is  good for children,  'athletes &ndv;invalids���������  good for all.  B6VRIL  4' ���������*?"*>  .���������.vV    t{%   *  - ,������,, ;,i---4-  Candy  AND  Walworth-Rolston Co. to.  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B������ C.  ���������W-M-l-H-  ���������+*+*++W-+  I Cumberland Livery f  , and Feed Stable...  Form No. 9  LAND ACT  Section !H  ���������lluport Laud District.  District of���������  TAKK NOTICE tlmt Arthur  Thomas Goo.ispued, of the City of  Victoria in tint province of liritish  Columbia, occupation   a funnel',  intends to apply for ptiriiiission to  piircluiHu tlio following duwribt'd  latnl;���������Coinint'iicliig  at    a  pom  jilaiitnl at tmi HontliwcHTi corner of  the Iiitliait Heuirvu nt Hardy Hay, i  Viiiiccnivcr Island, thonce north a-'  long 'tlm   wcRtorii   boundary   of I  Indian, Hc*urv������  thirty chain*  to  tint mnitli line of Timlicr   LiciMisu  Kitiupcr  4M52, tlience winterly  forty clinieii, thonco southerly forty chains to Tmilipiutc Creek and  thtxtmn ciiBterly    following along  tho v.dd VmeV to tlio point nf I'oin-  ineiHJt'iiiciit,   and containing  one  hundred and   forty  (140)   nw*  moru or lc������h.  Ai.',Ull. TK-'.'K.VV C"!">!'!*'*"  Dated thu Ut, day nf Fwb. WU).  JOHN   BRYDEN  Proprietor  FIRST : CLASS  RIGS : OF : ALL  KINDS  .  ....  wood  and Coal  Hauled  j- Dunsmuir Avenue  " CUMBERLAND,   B. 0.  ���������*r  ���������em  e  m*9*M  B  s  0  2  9!  '*��������� '*     m  w a A  Jd 2 1  ���������j ���������* '3  **\ ���������*' *  5������S  ISIjl  J*! j i  o  Yi  <  tn  u  Uittt^ fhUtt'ti Shoe j  AMD  Granby Rubbtri  Art rneialt et axaManta  in atjla, aarelaa and lit.  ASK YOW DEAU*  FOKTHtM  SS  U  A ���������*    .  t* *****    *q  i  it  5   ������  fi '������  M  tr  **  IA  i5  u t  n  v  u  I  m  e  You can now obiHiitllie Cumber  land News for lor H.00 a year.  Let us nend it to you. Payable in  advance,  Old papers for sale at llie Netvs  Oflice. '  Lever Hrotliers, Toronto, will send yon  free n cake of their famous Pinn'toj  toilet soap, if you mention this paper.  E. 0. Emdo  Pipe fitting and  Gonoral repairing*.  c  H  O  I  C  E  S  T  in season at  D.HUN DEN'S  t  t  NOTICE  ESQTTIMALT & NANAIMO*  RAILA^AV COMPANV.  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby  given that the Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway Company "did   on  the eleventh day of April,   lJilO,*!'  deposit in the Land Registry Offi  ce in tlie city of Victoria,   in  the  Province of   British    Columbia,  Plaits, Profiles and Eooks of Reference showing the location of its  proposed  line    of   railway  from  Parksville to Union Lav, Vancon-  ver Island, being mile ������ to SLTG,  as approved liy the Hoard  of Railway Commissioners for Canada.  W, E. Salisbury, Secretary.  Dated this 12th, daybf April,.l910  In tha matter of the ''Tramway  Company. Incorporation Act"  and amending Acts; and in the  matter of The   Coniox   and  Campbell Lake Tramway Company Ltd.  TAKE notice that a map or plan ���������  and book of reference showing the  lands presently intended to bo pai;?  sed over ond taken for the purpose of the above Company's tram  way and a general description of  the said lands, and tlic hum e^ d '  the owners and occupiers thereof,  havo been deposited in the .Land  Registry office a% the.City of Victoria, 1>. C.  Every Monday and Tuesday I  will be in town to deliver Fresh  Butter and aU kinds of Vegetables  and     also        potatoes; wil]  sell cheap.  Chiu'Ykuk,  Sandwick.  MUNICIPAL  NOTICE.  The annual Hitting of tha Court cf Re-  viriou for the muuicipality of Cumberland will be held in 'theOounal Chamberg  ou MonJ������y, Msy 10th, 1910, at 7:30 \>.m.  Nokines of appeal must be in writ'-*,',  s ating ground cf lomplu ut, and nnt-t bu  iirthTinn7di~sf"tUtrai5ETOjr^r"lfii3t���������"tRtr  dnys bofore the <lutc of the first iiuiim' sit  ting i.f the Court of Revision.  A.' McKlNXOV, Ci,'y Clerk.  Cumb ri������Dd, B O., Apiil "Itli, 1910.  ��������� Always the same, and just as  good as dver.*'Tlio."Grand Duke"  Cigar.  E. C. Emde, dealer in stoves  and ranges; also plumbing and  pipe fitting and general repairing  .Third Street.  $.,���������������������������    * " ~  New Westminster :Land   District  District of New Westminster  --o���������  An A.c! in*  pays.     Try  the News  it.  NOTrCKTO THE PUBLIC.  Having bu lc a large warehouse and mill  at Courtinay, 1 will in future keon on  hnnd a slock of all I incls of Hay, Grain,  nnd Feed it kmenl market rates. A  Bpf-oiiiHy will tie mado of roller crushed  t'e*-d f r hoi-itm whioh will make a nuvinK  of nm third in Miu MM of tied. Or.lo s  (,'iven tho tonraster or by pheno will' ho  prom itly till������il, Thiinkiiijj ynu fnr your  )iitr unfit) iu < lie pust aud so'id inn it nun  1 in il noa of dis sumo on liroader lines, I  beg iu rcD.ni'i  YonrB lo ooniniiind,  LVROX CRAWFORD.  TAKE NOTICE"-'that, Fred"  Thulan, of Lund,  inerchaut. intends to apply ; for-permission to  purchase the following described  lands:��������� Commencing at a.'post  plani-ed at the North East corner  of .iLinghoin Island, and running  aroniid the shore of the entire  island to point    of commencement,  continuing   one  hundred  acres more or less.  ; :; ��������� '    '  '     ;    Fred Timlin,  Dated February 4th, itjro.  SUPSC1UBK FOR THE NKWS  ONLY ONK uOLLAH A YJCAR.  NOTIuKia hereby given that 8������ days  a'tor dato I intend to npply to the Hon.  Thu Chief (-<mtinU������i nerof LnndB and  Works for a lit-anse to jH'odbout for o������I  and ik-U'oIbuui u.ylor the t������illuwiut( tlu-  Hcribuil landd, Hitiutu in Saytvurd pmtrint,  und dfl'oribed as followii���������Commend m  ut a post planted at the point i.bnt Hu  duiiH north of the S, K, corner of ti'tibei  leaiiii No. ���������)'.), tIn nco Hotitli 110 oliuiuM In  tin* iS. F.. inruor ������f timber limit No, iV,  thoiii.'o wet 4U uhuiin, thvnuu imrlh IH)  cliuiiu, oaat Ht) ohauih to piiniti of com  iiicm onienl.  Uatid ihiullHhihiy of April 11)10:  K, PKIKST.  NOTICE is hereby given that1  thirtr days after date I intend to'  apply to the hou. Chief Commis-,  sioner of Lands and Works for a  license to prospect for' coal   and  petroleum on and under the following laud situated iu  the Coinox District.   Commencing at a  post marked S.W. corner of claim  No. i, placed about   ao  chains  west Irom ijje southeast corner of,  section 32 Denmun Island, run-  ���������,..,������������������ , .    .    .     ,,.',. ������������������ ,    luing east 80  chains, north 80  NOTICB ii licri'liy given thnt 'do duyi 1   ,   , ,   . ,  HftwiUtol intMiiHu apply tn Um li..u. plains, west 80   chains,  theuce  Tii������ Chief 1 oiiiiiiin������i..nor of Unds uii'ij south 80 chains to point of coins' orki for 11 Ifu mo tn proHpmt for cm! j me|jcouient  diid Hriilvu n under tho f..llo ��������� |. K di- j        .,...,.'. ������.,*,.������, v tIT  Hiirlo..,| Unit*. Kitiii.toliiSiiywiii.iJJiBtiloi,! JUJOll hi IVWAIU,  imd beliiK U)l 71,   Qnd Bum River, liuliui' J, K. IlUTI.K.K, Agent.  lUM,.v i-t'oiimeiuniiuiitapr*. pl..HMl|1)ill(,d M     ,      t,    ,  nt. the   N.W.   (Jifior .-f m.IiI  Rphhi'v ,' ' J  tho .ie o������hi -III ehniib, n o.h or leu* In Hi"'  llirth U.IHl  Onninrilf    HI.I1I lUlmrVO, tllO.lt'l*: "**""���������mmmtmmtmmmtmmmmmm.���������������mmmwmt  m'litn 51 t'luiim. UUT'* or It.'Mi to tlm>S. K \  comer of Mid l^rvr, thom \-m\ 7ft; When You Are Thinking of  0! mnn, niorti or hm t 1 thn .M   l\, u.irtm'iil!  n il H owe en  tin 11 ion Hivor,  tUtvee  In itli'Diutl'liy ������loii|t IJilli.Hll'li KiviT tn tm  N, W. 11 nmr  if  hererve, pined of ooui������  UIO  llfllll'il.  D4.il t..ii lllthdiy of April 10 0,  MA1UA JANIi I'KIKST.  V Pil-t, A.t������tit  LIST OF SPORTS MAY 24TH  TO BE HELD at CUMBERLAND.  1,    Baseball-���������5 innings and  Bicycles!  ������ th  ���������i  i  m  m  Pi  Tlmt arc   ;i   Vein-'   T.ssrc.   \  MindNuturailv Tunis io iln-  The Courtenay Hotel  Kvary cnnvimlMiw formwii.  ThtOontml Hot I for Rfortitnon  Nnn������ but the l!e������l nl Wmtinnd l.'qnor* t  U the liar,  HATES        flFAR(>N^BLE  Singer, Humber,  Royal Enfield,  NOTICK in lonhy (jivon tb������t HU ilnyn  ������f c* lUtn 1 iitui.d tn npply to tho lion,  X10 Llml i!. iiiiiiiHKioiici- of Liuniii mi'i  VVorku tor 4 lit'omn to i������r������mji ot for 0 >iil  si il potroltiutn 11 iitor tlw f.-llowini de-'  ���������oiiili d ImitlM, niluntn In .Hnymiril Mi-tiol, {  ltud de.clilW **  f.'ll Al'.oUoniiiiOiiCtutf! jft,    pATro-nfvtr  at 11 po������t iilit-itmt nt ������no H. W. o..ri.or of! OC   V^U V BIX Iti. J *  !,.t fid. llim.1'** Hinh 'At o������������������Ui������u������Nor,vv   , ,. ,,     .....     / ,.  \*ui���������,li,A.r..corntritQdoatmWxet,V'C]mVC  t1w,n   n11      W nte  <m  1 iliim Uci-.rvo, Lot 71, tlmi.uii ���������������������> uo prices, with Free Wheels, Const  ,!, ii.n,.. rtli .tltlnii.H t" the.ootli Iwuii      _ .  ,  ,|Hry.ri.l������M   tl������M eiat 30 olui... Cf ������' v*"������b* ������"������'  ,1 mn "I   I' !>���������* I    |i it is ��������� f i.i.o.Ii.m  i;������i.���������������|)i,     ',  Dhtrd thn lUth dn-/ ��������� f up (I IUI0 {  HOY MAHJOW.VN.    i  '���������' A������" Thos. PLIMIEY ���������������  WH DO UKNTlNi;  AND   klvPAIKINtl.  for final, ist prize $7,5:   2nd $25  2. Football���������uo 2nd prize unless thee tennis compute   ��������� istl75i 2nd $2  3. I'itemeu's wet test���������three teams or no 2nd prize   !st$3s; 2nd $15  4. Hoys'race���������8 vis and nude;*, 50 yds, jut   ifi,   2nd  ****** 111 > * * t * *��������� ������tt*tt������>y^Cf^fti 5  5. Hoys' race���������-12 yrs and under, 1st $3; and $2  ' 3rd Si  6. Hoy*' race���������16 yrs aud under, ist n  football;   and a fishing 1 <d  7. Girls' race -8 yrs and under, ist >i; and 75c;    1 . ^id ,'*/v'  8. (iills' race ���������1 a yrs and nndci, ist %y, and $?\,t   3rd Sj  i),   Ciris' race��������� 16 yrs and tinder, ist ^3; and 0.1   , 3 rd 81  lu.    Hoys' football-- 14 yrs mid under  pi im- #1,'  1 1.    Hoys' H.iieball-���������14 \\s anil tindff jui/.c v!,'  13    100 yds open *. ist S7.51-; 2nd %*���������  13    50 yds rabbit race i>t *.s; and $- .Sl  j4.    Ladies' nice, 50 vds    . ist $5: 2nd $2.51  i.S*   guiltier of u mile ihci*. is������ Sio; and $.���������  f fi       (Vd  t\ti>.i'y*"tni> *-* t"*   ;tut 9-*,   rr~  ��������� ' U  fj. t \\\(. milo r(\ee* IVnitt Mi*l <'i*Vh rnnti"* 'o rtn**  road, ist gold nu'dal v il. Jltfi", sud j;''d      ...   .uivd.il val. $7 5������  18.    jtio yds d:ish    Cmifnu'd ������o W, C-Co'* ���������*nijlo/<ci  ' ist $7.5.0: 2nd ft  i*j,     >,,)'...in '.n.yi i*..'^ \.>..U'\>i   ...          j ti 1 /,v *|^(  ao. Marathon r<������ud nice- Stun trom (.rounds to  Rny roud nnd tlnm tn,J:i**nnese crnietcry,  thetifi' t' uud by Hank > <>\\\vr and back to  Ci'uiiiid.s ciiteriii|{ ni t'i>iii|i.uiv'*- b.*iv hum   14i -*2o; .iml >St<  $3T   lMliriUU'** i'i (' "(" tf.S "A ill \t" i*b;it ������."������������������! Hit li^M-bldi   ui'  football and y*' In o Itvr ��������� veil *. \\\Vi't\i\t~. nti-r'xu-c  I'flu* followiuu iMiuu, f.)', vm; *n,������������������>,��������� \>ii-d ^ At:*  r)t������"tda:  lo bv i-i/tinn-d ib*i :     1  tmiiii*   f������������r individiii  Min  .'I'Oitii-   im   tMrni5' t   i>'   v i iinn.'    c ui  r%*:\i  m  John Uohntton,    Prop  'IKY A\ Ah IN THK  NH\\>  IT WILL  !IKM������ DfStNESS  rrroOoi������,t Strr������������f, Yirtttrti. ll.C  tSS*1 (^ppo^itc .Spi-ui vi������  . v  ���������I  i  ���������4-  'V  4  ��������� *������ *  /  f THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BferTISH. COLUMBIA.  | * His *  Courtship.  By HELEN R. MARTIN.  ���������r ���������! "Tillie: A Mcnnonite Mud."  Ot-jmrlm-hl. If*., bv .McHur*. PhfMviJkCo.    .  V.  -*  (Continued.)  Kinross wondered whether the fond i  mother of Abe really believed that he  was the unwilling victim of Eunice's !  Machiavellian plots to attract him or j  whether her maternal jealousy merely i  Invented this reluctance on his part.  "I don't know what's come over Kit- .  nice  here  lately,"   Mrs.   Morningstar |  complained as she sawed thick slices ,  from a huge loaf of homemade bread, j  "Till a couple days back she always j  minded to me and pop and doue what i  Bhe was tole.    Here this morn in'   I j  jawed her fur not takln' that frock j  Miss Ellery*' wanted  to ������ive  her.    I j  Bayed to her what right had she to aa I  good as throw away a frock wheu us \ ^e'woman,  we had to buy ber all her clo'es, but  she   wouldn't  make   me   no  answer.  Then pop he sayed she is to tell Miss  Ellery  she's changed  her  mind  aud  will take the frock off of her if sbe  wants ber to. and Eunice sbe didn't  make pop no answer neither. ��������� Then  pop he sayed to her did sbe understand she was to do it as soon as tbe  young ladies come down this morniu',  and, mind you, Eunice sbe tole pop she  wouldn't!   To pop she'sayed that.'   1  couldn't   hardly   believe   I   heerd   it  Why, our Ollle she wouldn't have tha  flare to tell pop she wouldn't!"  "And Eunice necer did so before'.'"  "Well. 1 better guess sbe didn't!"  "But what do you suppose has made  the worm suddenly turn���������that Is to  say, how do you tlccoutit for her as-  eerting herself like that all at once?"  Tt was the first time she had spokeu  his name in the whole mouth of his  j stay at the farm, and it fell on his ears  I strangely. |  '.    "I have made up my mind that If :  i you feel my support a burden to you  : and if 1 don't earn the food and clothes i  yoti give me 1 shall go away and earn  , my living elsewhere,"  1    Mrs. Morningstar. unmindful of her  1 hoarder,  stared  for un  Instant dum- ,  ; founded.    "You'll go away!" she re-  ' pea ted, with a half gasp.    "Where'd ���������  j you go. say?" ;  '    "I don't know.   But I will no longer  j accept charity���������from you or any one.  { If you think you bestow charity upon  I nie. I will go away."  j    "You've got the right to stay here j  j and work to pay us fur all tbem back ',  ��������� years we kep' you before you was old  I enough to work fur your livin'!" re- '  totted Mrs. Morningstar angrily.  "Yon >  j leave pop hear you speak about goin' !  j away, and you'll see oncet!" i  I    "Abe tells me that almost ever since ,  I you first took me I have really earned j  ' my living by the work I have done ,  nnd tbnt fora long time I have earned '  wages besides,  which have not been  paft] me.   Bo It would seem." she said,  with a dreary little smile, "that you .  are recipients of charity from me."       ;  "Abe tole you that there?" exclaimed j  I don't believe it!   Our I  Ahe be ain't that dumm!   Don't you |  dnrst to leave pop hear you say Abe <  spoke you.such things!   Do yoti hear? j  He'd jaw Ahe turrible.   Do you hear?" j  she demanded. j  "Yes."   . ,   I  "Well, are you obeyln' to me?" j  "1 will not promise that." J  "Eunice!   How darst you say ybu j  won't to me?   You never done it before.   What's come over you?" j  "Abe says." the girl repeated, "that  you have no authority over me now  tbat I am of age."  "And'what. I'd like to know, makes  Abe put such things us them ln your  head!" she desperately eriedi "Well,  pop'll soon get 'em out���������you'll see!  Here!" she commanded. "Clear off  these here things!"  Obediently Eunice turned to gather  up a handful of dishes, with which  after a moment she left the room.  JSheJmdiKit once looked nt Kinross.  "Now. you Tieer,~T^ffipl8tnedT"M-r8T  Morningstar. "how she tries to work  she asked skeptically.  "Dutch as snitz."  "I'd like to make a note of it." she  said, gathering up her pencil and hook.  "Tell me, Peter, what were the circumstances and how did he help her?"  "She was his wife, and he helped ber  fasten a basket ou her back to carry  Into the village."  Daisy dropped her notebook and looked sit Peter severely, while Georgiana  gazed at him pensively.  "I am disappointed ln you, Peter,"  Daisy said reproachfully. "Miss Ellery and I both supposed that you bad  fine though undeveloped perceptions  or intuitions, which, with a little encouragement, might reveal you to  yourself."  She turned her back on him In disdain and began to help Mrs. Moruing-  stat* with her berries. "You're not  worth while, Peter," she cast at him  over her shoulder. "A man with such  views is capable of otber underhand  dealings."  Georgiana sighed. "If my faith Id  human nature were not very large 1  should believe that to give even a suggestion of real chivalry to a born Pennsylvania German was almost a psychic  Impossibility.    Frankly,    Peter,    isn't  itr  "It may be that kind of an Impossibility," answered Peter in a toue of  reluctance to commit himself, "situ-e  you say so. I ain't denyin' no such  statements."  "But, Peter, I had ifopes of you that  day you so nicely picked up my bat-  pin for me." said Georglaua in. her pat-  on-the-head tone of voice.  "Done it to see how the pin was  made, that you could stick it through  your skull and not kill yourself." he  said, disclaiming any gallantry in tbe  act.  (To be Continued.)  DAMES AND DAUGHTERS.  Mme. Lldla I.lpkovska, the Russian  prima dunua. has joined tbe National  Progressive Woman-Suffrage union in  New York.  Mrs. ,1'Vanklin. otherwise "Prank  Daujsy." lias adjured novel writing and  is at work upon u biography and catalogue illustre of Euitua. Lady Hamilton.  Mine. Curie of Paris, who, witb her  bnslntiid, discovered rudium, was elected an honorary associate member of  tbi?.American Chemical society ut .i***  recent niceting lu Boston.  Miss Elizabeth Moore, a Vnsytr  graduate. Ims entered the ngricultu-til  depart ment of the University of Niis-  Rourt. at Columbia, and has announced  her intention of becoming an expert  farmer She Is a member of several  clubs in St. I.onfs.  Mrs, .lane'Morris of Sand Gap, Jackson county, Ky.. is eighty-nine years  old and has bad a iota! of 580 descendants, of whom 4(18 are living and of  whom 43 are _great-great-gratidetiil-  dreu. As she Is still vigorous apd  some of tier descendants lu the tifth  generation are approaching maturity.  She may see descendants tn the sixth  generation.  Miss Pearl A. Billings" Is said to be  the youngest hotel woman In Chicago,  perhaps in this country. Several years  ago she Inherited from U cousin the  lease, furnishings and. good will of tbe  Newberry hotel.. By good management Miss Billings has made It" a success without a bur, a thing which the  hotel men of Chicago told her would  be* Impossible.  HP'S FROM THE COLONIES.  '.   Turkey Red.   f   '.  Turkey red Ik made from the madder plant, which grows In India.  "Ocli, her I"  "Well," snld Mrs. Morningstar, "to  be euro, no pornon over ollered hor uo  frock lieforo."  "There's Homothlng In that," Kinross  admitted.  "And then I wouldn't put it punt her  tbnt she'* Bpuiikln' up Iicwiuhu she  think* hIio'h gettin' our Abe,"  "Ho in a prize." gruiitttd Klnrosi,  With ii|xicryplml sarcasm.  "I guess, too," Mrs. Mnmliigatiir !  vigorously itciptlCHCod lu this view of ;  bor Hon.  "Whnt did Mr. MoniliigHtiir do ubnut  It when Eunice refused to obey lilinV" |  Inquired  Kinross, with Interest, !  "Well, 1 novor seen pop more stir- I  prised, lie Jawed lier nml hu argued  her (III ho didn't know what to miy tu j  her no more, But she Juki kep' Imr !  stubborn licml mid Miiyeil Htie wouldn't i  do It to take thu frock. Thou pop tole \  tier Hhe needn't wear It herself- -she \  vould give It to Ollle after the board- '  nn Imd wont homo u'remly. Well, i  Hum, Eunice Hayed, If Ollle wanted to !  wear It she'd huve to tint fnr It herself. ���������,  I'opeiplntni'd her that It was woim different, ton, tig'hi, fiir Ollle to nnt fur;  rlo'e* off of Homo ono to what It wan !  fur n 'doptcd gtrl������dependent on oilier |  our Abe till she gits hira to talk things  agin his own pop and mom to her!  To think be'd say thut us we owe her  wages yet!   Och. my souls!"  It wns beyond expression, and she  dropped  It and  began   vigorously  to  scrape the plates that had been  left  after the breakfast of the young la- \  dies.  As Kinross mechanically finished his  own breakfast he was tnore'tlitiii ever  lost In wonder at the glrl's'lnratuation  for Abe Morningstar. It seemed inconsistent with everything else about her.  It made Itim feel an unreasoning impatience with her and put a damper  upon the sympathy he would otherwise  have felt for her sltuntlon. He was  possessed, however, with n strong curiosity concerning her, and during all the  rest of tiie dny he was on the lookout  for an opportunity to talk with her  alone. Ilo realized with a grim seuso  of tho humor of it thut it was the first  time In Ills life he had over voluntarily  Bought to talk with a girl.  Ilo found himself astonished nnd annoyed as tho hours wont by to roiiil?,e  tlio 'difficulty, the well nigh Impossibll-  lty.of (hiding tho opportunity he sought.  The girl herself ndded to the difficulty  ���������with hei'Hhy reserve and n certain dignity about hor which mndo hlm feel  almost tnilIty of nn Impertinence ln  socking her confidence,  So Intent was ho upon securing the  clionco he desired that ho cnrolonHly  lot himself bo discovered by Georglana  and Dnlsy lonflng on tlio kitchen porch  In tho middle of the afternoon when  thoy wnbld naturally expect him to ho  Id fhe Holds wllh his employer.  "ITnvo you n lieiidnclio again thin  afternoon?" Daisy oiii'louidy Inquired  iih the two girls, looking warm and  tired from a long walk, sank upon the  porch steps where ho wit.  "Yen, 1 hnve It In my hefld soroepln  wonderful," lie readily lied,  " "I nm Hiirprlsiil." declared Daisy,  "that Mr. Morningstiir would employ  ouch mi hinillil nn yon nre, Vi*t������r-aa  much on the iiuike an ho In."  "If fnnnliniidH wasn't an aatreo to  get," Peter answered, recklessly lm-  prov|n|iig I'l'iiiix.vlviinln Dutch dialect,  "lie wouldn't l������'*.p mo,"  Mm, Mnminpunr, who hnd stepped  out to the porch bench to "pick over"  A pan at goomdHtrrlon, jipd lit thin* to  hear tti if* remark of Peter'*. bent biM*k  Iter lie'id nud gnvo forth n land laugh.  Yoti hot bo wouldn't!" Hhe cried,  "Well,   slnee   ymi   aren't   working."  A Great Many Britons From Overseas ,  Are  In the English Commons.      t  It-seems, at the time of writing, as ,  if the British Parliament will have j  as liberal a -strain as its predecessor J  of the Colonial blood which has en- i  riched it far the Inst half century.      !  As long ago as* 1857 there were six ���������  Colonial members in the House of'  Commons. In 1877 and 1897 the number had grown to eight; and when |  Mr. Balfour resigned fotir years ago.'  there were no fewer than sixteen!  Colonials at Westminster, while the '  last  Parliament boasted  fifteen.    ,     .  And thc Colonies have good retison ,  to be proud of the sons they have  sent to help to make English laws.  There huvo been few finer lawyers  and politicians than Lords Abinger  and I.yndhurst, both of whom sat in  the Commons as attorney-general, and"  in the Lords, and won laurels.by their  eloquence and sound statemnnship.'  Abinger came from Jamaica, and  .Lynd^'urst was cradled at Boston before thc Declaration of Independence.  Roebuck,-* n famous politician ol  thp middle of last century, came from  Canada, which has sent many of her  ahlcst. sons. Childers spent seven  of his best years in Australia before  he took 1ms scat for Pontefract on his  way to the Cabinet; and Robert Lowe  (Lord Sherbrooke) was a leading  pioMtieian in New South .Wales long -against him  before he sought the suffrages of Kid-'  derminster'in 1852.  These were the pioneers from the  Colonies. They have had many  worthy successors, .Mr, John Henni-  ker-Heaton, father of Imperial penny  postege, who has done yeoman service at*Westminster for a quarter of  n century, hails from Australia, where  he-was for many years a man of  wealth and leading. The Hon. Ed-  ward Blake was a Canadian Prime  Miiiistor before he entered the British  House of Commons as an Irish member; and -Sir Gilbert Parker was a  five-year-old boy in Canada when Mr.  Blake was ,i fuii-'ulawn M.P. there.  New Brunswick gave- Mr. Ronar  Law, one cf the ablest debaters.West-  .minster has known; and among other  notable Colomnl M.P.'s of recent  ���������y.-ars are Dr. Rutherford Harris, ex-  "M.P. for Kimberley. in ,the Cape  Pat'iament; Mr. W. A. McArthnr.  who was born at Sydney; 'arid Mt.  Hamar* Greenwood, -a Canadian lawyer.  Of th--* fifteen Colonial members of  the last Parliament, it. is interesting  ~trrnotrrr~r* v-n���������were-son s���������of-Gu-n ad aT  four came from Australia, one from  the West Indies, and .three from  South Afric?.  IS A FEARLESS FIGHTER  CHOQUETTE    MADE HARD RUN  FOR QUEBEC MAYORALTY.  Thp Man Who Was Defeated by  Drouin For the Chief Magistracy  of the Ancient Capital Is One Who  Will Be Heard Yet In Quebec  Politics���������Once an Annexationist  But Thought Better of It.  Hon. Senator Choquette created  quite a commotion in Quebec political circles as candidate for the mayoralty, the light being one of the hottest held in the Ancient Capital for  many years. The doughty little Senator appears to possess the fighting  temperament in a large degree and  made a lively campaign for his opponent, Mr. Drouin. As a political  storm petrel the Senator is a wonder  and when he comes to close quarters  with his enemies things are exceed- *  ingly lively, He has been for some  considerable time a very big thorn  in the side of certain influential Quebec politicians, and the recent fight  emphasized the bad feeling that already existed in certain" quarters  Fearless and indepen-  High Locomotive Speeds.  'The hign speeds whioh are predict-  ed for the Bre.nnan,monorail lead oil"  naturally to compare them with th ���������'  best that the ordinary steam or elec.  trie locomotive on double rails cn*i  do. It seems probable that tho n o*io.  rail wiil eventually b>at tlw t'oiib1-.  rail, but its capabilities .'still remain  in the region of prophecy, while th ���������  locomotives to which we are i;ccu.sto:u.  ed hnve proved themselves by ootiun  running tests. And their rcoards  show that they may yet make n goo.  fight with the newer.traction, back"  jas they are by wealthy comp.nfes an-,  enormous vested interests. Speeds oi  60 miles an hour maintained over fairly long stretclva of line are common  te most good railways; a speed of 7;  miles is recoiled in almost every ex-  press run and short burwt of 80 tin  UO mik'ft an hour ure tw|i*���������t on th ���������  four loading liiK*s of Englaii'l, snjv  The J/ondoti Globe. An 'cxpi-riinoii  iniulo in Germany .some years biic:.-  showed that it wns i������>ss'ible to maintain a speed of unything between g.  ami CO miles un hour for lonp  stretches, but in this case the line hm-  to be lip-n-iaHy cleared nnd unusually powerful locomotives have to b'i  employed, Tlie renl difficulty in the  wny ot very high spwdH is that for  long-distance journeys where truffle is  grait, there must bo coii������t/irit nliop-  piiges, nnd although it is possible to  neeelenite und decelerate the -spew  very quickly utter each Htop���������cspeci'il.  ly with el"ctrie truction, us our under,  ground lines show���������the discomfort to  the passengers <d such rapid ehui'ges  of siwf'ii is very great if pushed beyond u certain point,  RON. SENATOR CHOQUETTE.  ���������dent7~he���������is���������never��������� daunted���������by���������the   number   of   his   opponents   and   ht*'t,  throws himself into the combat with  all the ardor of a courageous Frenchman. He is a man of great ability  and determination of character, and  nothing can turn him from tlie path  that duty and honor point out,  Educated at St. Hyacinthe College  and Laval University, Hon, Senator  Choquette was called to the Quebec  bar in 1880 and was private secre-'  tary to the late Hon. Honore Mercier  for a time and later attorney-generti 1  of tiie province. He is one of the!  most vigorous writers for the political press of Quebec province. H<*  entered federal politics in 1882 in  Montmagny, but was not successful  in securing a seat in-the" Common*  until in 1837. For many years he was-  one of the most active and forceful  debaters in the House and did  splendid work on the stump, being*  right hand man of Sir Wilfrid in:  Quebec in several important political  tours. Since being ruised to the  Seriate lw hits maintained his reputti-  tion as a worker and n political fighter find has kept himself more in tho  public eye than perhaps any othor  member of the upper chamber, At  one time, he favored commercial  union and annexation to the United  States, and on nil ocensions he displays a very commendable, spirit of  independence and iippiircntly does a  great deal of thinking for himself.  He wields a facile pen as well as n  powerful voice whenever an abuse is  to be tackled or an injustice rectified. He is a man yet in his prime,  and Wh friends predict that ho will  in the not distant future bwome n  power to be reckoned with in the  Quebec 'political arena,  m-f/ehm+O?*?   r*V0.**-&*  i r>nlN,v HuiriiOMfi'il, "ynu win put In yonr  I time   fortfettltiu   your   headache   hy  nmimliM? tne.   Can yon play iMiclitv?"'  -    "I   don't   pluy   notliiii'   hut   liymu  tlltum,  ! "Oh, my KriichHin.'" groaned r>.i!i������y,  1 "Well, It Isn't nny of my btiHlnou* to  ' bull in, hut I should think." Hhe oti������������u"f.  j wi ri'iirnviimly, "thut yon would at leant  ������"���������'���������* ; ���������--mt* tnwf time. Vote. Ity help-  Itm M<-  Uni'iiliiifNliir to iilrli tltono Iter-  tlen    Hot 1 mipprtio," ������hi> added, tnfc.  i Itu! nn lur nlr of nenulrliiR inWul In*  | formation,   "that  lo  help  n   woman  I would not fall In with your Menu of  folk*."  Mir*. MoniliitfHtnr ns mhti liilkid  mtortrt wfMi li������.r lined' Ut tlio door which  led Into Hie summer kltilitm mul *o  OCCUpled  WHO  Ml.'  V. lili  ||.<|   nm,,*    *;...!  tbe UJ������J not hour liunke'n Unlit su/i  ��������������� th* ������lrl crime Into the room bearing n pile of dlslio* that hnd \mt ln*en  waidwHl.   The clatter of the pinto* i,n  tra***   "'er..  !,'.u(.i1   In   tlii"  rlrwt   rii'ii;*  tier turn with n little ������tnrt,  Bnnlce nine turned mid ntned w'uli  bet Iwu'k to the clonet nn she llfti I  her hertd nnd looked at her torn, r  tnotbtfi*.  Klnro������. tti* brmutitut uutttwhtel ,n(lfl||fit.,(i, wmlM it* **���������*,������ fWrmnti* ot  matched hw with almont hreailu.w | ���������,���������, v���������umx,ivnn.n mr<, |,,.t III-.. t������,*������  tntermt. He teemed olwiiy-i u, gi.f i ,j,.Mllillw (lfthe fBtherlnnd in ������...! r*.  new lmprwi������lon of her fac when her ���������,���������,, .��������� ,,,n���������t_th(>|r jBeU of Knll.iiiiry  ������������twllly dowm*o������ i'y.i* were r���������������������...( -,,���������>    ,������������������,������������������������������������    , WB< ,n ,j������rUMlh>  ;Ul^  't.'> < lust Ktimmer, and (n ull Hint tune  I ni'n-r unco wiw a man rhlvairoiwly  li'l|i a woman. And nlwut ben*-'" Kh������  ���������oiliil up Iht eyen tiprewilvi'Iy.  "\,t<*!," {.rotated plrte. "I ������������*<*ii a im-  ttvi. ti..iT. n woman with ��������� bflKket thU  tii'Tiiln',"  ���������Yon mn������t bnra tmen ml������t������ken. iv^  ter." italny nnld ������n������?KHlnJot������ly.  "N'������, ! ain't neither. I ������wn him  ������ hen tn- done It.  Train and Track. ���������  Narrow ciiupo trackage ii lined only  for ludiMtrlnl railway* nt prenont.  In Utijilnnd street cor conductora are  paid no more tluin Inborers till they  Iwivti Morved two yonm, when they ro*  ci'lve iho maximum rate of 12 cent*  an hour. Motormou are paid a Nhude  moro-  The famoim onplno No, WW, wblclt  ������m*J to lintil tlw Kmplro State exjirot*  whun It becaine known an the fantent  train in the world, now ocrnalonnlly  does the iKimble work of hiiulliiR a '  frelirlu trnlti on the Home, VVnfortowu '  nnd OtrdeiiNhurg dlvldiou ot tbe Ham ���������  4fii. U"i.������. .-.......:  tlM Mill Hint looked out of theiu xvun,  n* It wen>, titi'-**Ued.   'Iliime durk, tu- i  mlnotm eyea ������������������nfrsted un liiti*u������ity of  llf������ within uf which the <.-u������toit>it<y  ���������tlllnem of her Imarlns i;avi* im hitn  Mt* eatuo forward and *f<><������l at th<*i  table.    ll������r tnea wtm pin<>, uti.i *im>  nimfte In a low, mimical voin*. wiili u������;  little pwntlar fhrIM, which Kinr*>-������������ w.-m  bivinnlnff lo ttiid ������tn2ularly tuoiutliiir  ������������������( nrfrhcinl what yoti ww mom*  to 1'r. KlnruM."  English Etchings.  Women nmy be peerewe* by royil  ���������arrant, but cannot lit In the hoime of  lords,  The kins: tins power to dhwuve pur-  (lament even before It ha* attempted  tny inmlnetM.  Rnrrey cumernti for ate from bul  loon* are now In constant u*e In tbe  flritkn army.  In EnelanA'a trttt)������ lard yenr there  wn* a dwllne of \QA% per rent In the  first nmrter und an loeream ot 10H  net rant In lb* tan  "VV.u ti������> e  '��������� OermnnV  Raman Soxiri,  A Iwuer of nrictfiit Home wonllbur*  ��������� Inngbed iiintenipluo-n-ly .it Mm* **%������&***���������  iVtW tlr.it be wlmiild n������e ebtve* In III*  t IkisI'ik umnhw.   To uuiki* hi.-* Mow*  ' tntire pfTerrlvi* It wan the iit������t������>ni tt������  bold iu each liund u heavy bull of met-  #|.   With M*������ A*t iliii������ ������������*lctiteJ ui-nr  ly every blow broushl blood.  Tho Quibte Ugliliturt.  At tlie proMont ������������HMlon of tho Quo-  boo URh4nturn, there will be a move  to <*t������bli*li soinothin������ liko workinn.  dny liours into tho proceeding of tho  I/'i-jr House. Mr. Arthur IMnnte,  M.l'Tl'. for Ilcanltoriioi*. i* a printo  mover in lh������ plan, nnd early Jn tho  hohhIoii ho will introduce the neeo*  ������nry renolution.  In an explanatory way It may he  *aid that tho popular idea that a re.  pronentntive'ii attendance nt the Par-  llntnent of which ho is a monibor 1������ a  grant bi? holiday, it n fallacy, u* far  a* most HotiseH ore concerned,  Limt session in Quoheo, for Jnntiinee,  nenslonn liwtlng until two and threo  o'clock in tho mornintr were common.  m,.\ .-.,...������.'.!:m'*" "' "'*' n nnorum of  mt-mbot* wero *till at their po*W.  Thon there wore cuuumtta-'o ul **"������  to be nttended, un very often ininort-  nnt memuirer* wero under comfuera*  tion there.  Mr. Plant* Im* decided tbat a fixed  hour for adjournment should bo e������tab������  Imiieii, anu in* '*>ii li> I.,....A .-������������������?'.'  tion niik tbnt the Hoiine should eitab-  li������h ������ueli. He will propose th*t at  twelve o'clock, whether n debate or a  speech Ih concluded or not, the Houm  niiould rise,  Microscopic Lift.  Th* flf*f orwnilwM IH'lew form* art  vkireuudy iiiluun* mid mu onl.v he r������������������-  ounUeil by iHnverful inli riwcoiH'm. A  Ottered liifunhm of lmy, allowed t<  ���������land for two or Ihree dixyn, will III  emlly ������wnrm with tlviuit thing*, ninny  of them not ex.fedlutr fhe fony-tlioU  twndth pun of mi inch In dlniwier  And yet. immii������. nn iIimm* motiMiuuUi  ���������rt. lliey nre thonmnbly tllm The)  dart iihiuii am) dltri*������t, shontlnii <>ui  their Jellyllke milmnflce lo *et������ ibelt  ttmml  8p'deri as Aeronauts.  Spldrrs cannot actually (ly. but the    ^ _     ^   yoimiji of   ninny ������|u'cii'^ jire ^V^ Hjiiuiy"cureiiioiiial 'iisiisei'."' fhe "ixet'oi  "  wherever naed, is tlio sign of frinnd'  Story of the Betel-Nuts.  Like thn eolu nut in Africa nnd  the knvakiivii mot among the island-  ors of tho Piioifio, the betel furnish-  wl within   its reiilm   the bnuls  for  aeronaut.*. When on some niituniii  dny' these littlo adventurers prepare  to sturt they stand on some IiIkIi  point of vnntiipo, fnoinc the wind.  Then Ihe tip of tin' toil is ruined, nnd  little spinnerets emit thread**, which  nro eniiRlit and carried by the broew,  These vary in luiiRth with the weifrtit  of th" spiders nnd are bunyinit  enough Io hear tlieir owttnrs aloft for  a coiisidernhle distance. The (rlltter*  Itigr filmtietils which are Ihiis sputi  ami ultimately settle on the ground  nnd IniKhes are faiiiillar to u* all n*  "jfissaiiier" aiid urn t produced by  many spoctos of these most int-������������r������*������*t-  iiiR "itis'ctn. Hoiiit* Hpldcrs Hiialn are  expprt leapern. A beautiful exuniph'  of this sort has boon found at 8yd.  ney, New South Wales, It has a  curious (lap on either side of Its body,  which cun he extended like a kiln or  parachute,    Aided   by this,  It   cap  ship, peace, courtesy and hospitality.  At n mere meeting in the street, or  at a formal reception of ambiwHiidorn,  on otiteritig a hut or a palace, thr*  betel is offered and gladly accepted.  The failure hi extend or fo nocopf thin  courtesy Is regarded ns a grwit neglect or an insuJl, Under such ������������nli-  tioiift friendly relations cannot exist.  Marriages oould hardly tako phwo  without this friendship-fountllng and  frlendship.susuiining article. In  Siamow tho word (or homo Is kan-  mnk, m'Mining a dish containing  betel, A betel roll prepared with  spices nnd sent by n woman to a man  i������ regwriled in parts of fndia ns ������  ilocliirutlon of love,  In part* ot Sew Ihiinen tho dtnigh-  tem of the ohiefs, after thoy roach  twelve or thirteen year* of nge, ru-  .'i'nri liioiiiticei thnuoK I main at home for two or throe years,  wi> cannot  speak of this method of i uuu men umi   i.iui., iv ,-.,������... iy  motion nn ivnl thuht. i eUbrntod with mneh pomp.   Tn the*   _,  : dance   which   tflkes   place   the   do-  N���������   |20 butantes pass in nnd out among tint  A versatile peer, who can work u j d*���������'1? ^il^^LM^i^'li^00:  gas-stove, u motor-bont, or a balloon io"iof ." ' v r by ,,,UM,,n-������ h,m *  with equnl skill   is Lord Hardwlcko,   w������M������nwt.  whose    K.M,r.    U>t>   n-mmmu    V������*k-', '    "**"��������� ������Tnh,n"'������,l*r"  R'v"f   in '"*  Imd   'ho the natives measure dinnrine by  i.t*.ii>  engagement    is    announced.     ....... , x, ,       , .  . .     ��������� -,  Hiirdwlcke, a professed engineer. Mr !������������ namUT of heUd roll* oomumett  two year* worked usun ordinary I during the journey. It Is, of eouiw,  miner- booked ns No, ISO in n Mon- A time unit rothor thnn odb of dis-  tnnn mine���������and is still in flrst-rnte i l*n������������.  working order as n demonstration  Against the l/mflrig leord fable, Hi*  lordship fi|n-ht im yeuru in miring  engineering.  Tslleit British M.P.'..  Th* tallest member At the new  British Parliament will probably b*  found tn b" Mr. Hotiplas H, Hall, th*  Unionist n*pr������*^������'iiiniiv*- lu\ the  UU  A Vagabond Cock������r������l.  A nwarknbte manifestation on the ! T1,^*������htt*whi������ '* 6 (",H 8 ,lnch'? 'n  irt of ii cockerel is rejs.rt*.! from   height.   He is run very close, how-  purl   ol  a  (Mtckercl  t������  rej  .       I"  f,|<ne ntru it |������oullrjr-k������ejHtr disficMed of  l.lunt:irnuni,   tmr   Newi'wrt,    Some  rear, by Sir RanoViU Bjker. the new  *tt of   Un-on'** msmb-r for Morlh  Dorset.  h youtir white   OrpinfUm   pickerel. ������}>?J������ h*" an inch shorVr, Sir Oweri  mid it n'innitMil ot its n������w home for Eh^LPf?'   *}������   ������������������h''*l   mx*rr>bet tor  n week, hiti-r wnich it r������Un������������l m, ?'"n,h'?)",��������� *���������������*��������������� ot 'hre# brother*-  |U old liom % having traveled over **<"& 8t, David* t* amrnit the,mtrntrr  twenty mil"s.   Afterward' it wn* dis. ��������� mhane amatuge heifht is t tnat 484  tot-r-il t'.iut In- h.id kilbd the ri-o-ter inch**.  b������  whan '.     had l*c������ii ������ui������I������im������ih������������1 si  x  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  r-  OilfJHUM  Cigarettes  1  TEN TOR TEN CENTS  As Usual "    '    I Might Meet Again  "Mrs. Parker is back in town."       j   An irritable old farmer and his un-  "Hns she any servants yet?" gainly slouching son were busy grub-  "No!   She's screaming for help."���������; bing sprouts one hot sultry day, when  Harper's Bazaar. i the old man suddenly stumbled over  a small stump.  "Gosh dum that everlastin' stump!"  [ he exclaimed "I wish it was in hell!"  I   The son slowly straightened up from  aololUT stops oonaha, mmMi^, kmnlm ! *lis work  anti Sazed reproachfully at  t\m tkroataad immtta. *      ��������� U eamta.  his father.  "Why, you oughtn't to sny that,  tmp." he drawled. "You might stumble over that stump ag'in some day.!'  Shiloh's Cure  Sweet  Recollection!  The .Boss���������"Your hat looki  ancient, Brown."  Brown���������"Yes sir.    1 bbught it  last time you raised my salary."  pretty  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  the -    There maJ' be other corn cures, but  I Holloway's Corn  Cure stands at the  jhead of the list so far as results are  concerned.  I       A PRINCE FOR CANADA.  I C. Frederick Hamilton Argues For the  | Affirmative.  j    "A British nobleman is selected as  j Governor-General by the Cabinet of  ! the United Kingdom; presumably he  j is a political friend of the party in  I power.  He assuredly has been a party  I man at home, and his whole training  | up to the moment of hia appointment  j has been as a partisan.   He suddenly  j is charged with a monarch's duties;  he becomes our local King, minus the  affectionate loyalty, which is properly reserved, for the King in London.  But monarchy is a trade in itself,���������  from the power of recollecting names  and faces which is said to be a royal  puality, to   that   poise   of the mind  which regards no political parties with  undue favor or resentment; it is a life  training.   It is a trade which is difficult enough with the aid of all the  advantages which are denied to our  Governor-General.   It is only fair to  expect our Governor-General to take  some months at least to, get into the  necessary frame   of   mind   to which  royalty is trained  from  infancy.    As  soon as he has learned his trade, as  soon as he has forgotten that he ever  was a partisan as soon as he has begun   to   accumulate   the   experience  which is a monarch's special personal  qualification,  we  wisk   him   off;   we  erect an unwritten law forbidding him  again   to  set  foot  upon  our  scores;  and we send him back to the Parliamentary arena of Great Britain, there  possibly to be a partisan once more.  "I regard two things as valuable in  a   working  resident  Kingship;  training, and the mental attitude which it  brines;  and  experience.   The logical  STOMACH MJSERY  BAH1SHE0 BY "FHUIT-JMIIEr  WORLD'3 GREATE T.  U.S.  As  MR. ALCIDE HEBERT ���������*   ���������  Stratford Centre, Wolfe Co., Que.  "I have been completely cured of a  frightful condition of my Stomach  through the wonderful fruit medicine  ' Fruit-a-tives'. I could not eat anything  but what I suffered awful pain from  Indigestion.  My head ached incessantly.  I was told to try 'Fruit-a-tives' and  sent tor six boxes. Now I am entirely  well, can eat any ordinary food and  never have a Headache."  ALCIDE HEBERT.  50c, a box, 6 for $2.50, or trial box,  25c. At all dealers or from Fruit-*-  tives Limited, Ottawa,  ������rtth LOCAL APPLICATIONS. *��������� they oranot re������eb  tbe seat at the diaeste.    Catarrh Is a blood or coutl-  tuUonal disease, aod In order to cure lt you must uks  Internal remedies.   Hall's Catarrh Cure Is UKen la-  ternallf. and acta directly upon the blood and mucous  surfaces.   Hall's Catarrh Cure la not a quack medl-  eloe.  It was prescribed by one ol the best physicians .   , ...liilo  tlm   n������llc   ira  nnan _Allv  in this country lor years and Is a regular prescription,   cose   Willie  tne   polls  are  open.���������Ally  It Is composed of the best *onta_*no;ra, romblnel   Sloper.  Ted���������Do you think there will be  !\**y. change if women get the ballot" .  Ned���������Tb������ro's sur������ to bQ a l*>w oass-  wtth the best blood purifiers, acting directly on ths  mucous surfaces.   The perfect combination ot ths  two Ingredient* l������ what produces such wonderful ro.  cults In curing catarrh.  Send for testimonials, tree.  F. J. CHENEY * CO.. Props., Toledo, <X  Sold by Drurelsts. price 75c.  Take Hall's Family PUIS for constipation.  The Easier Way  Violet���������Mummy, dear, are our prayers answered?"  'Mother'(in shocked surprise)���������Why,  yes, dear!   What a question!  Violet���������Then, mummy, why do you  .smack me?   Why don't you oray for  be a life appointment.  "We Canadians have pretty definitely r'I J.I.-I--  ?)   ?-UI--    lit    il���������   U    1'*"     I'HS*- ! , , .      , , .  ed eomnellimr the hnrenin counter toi V ���������&d? up our minds about our na-  ��������� ������������������     ��������� ������������������ ���������--    tional business.    We intend to make  this North America of ours, at present  a One-Power continent, at some time  in the future a Two-Power continent.    It  is unlikely that  we can  hope  to  While on his travels'he wns tlnm-i eclliaI the United States in sheer bulk  derstrtiek  at  receiving from  his wife of citizenship, and it consequently is  a telegram which ren as follows-        ; necessary .to search for some counter-  ... "Twins this morning.   More later." iVaifing   advantage.    The   advantage   *  which lies to our hand is the power  A Safe Pill for Sufferers.-There are!w.hi?h *'e Possess of making, ours-infli-  The Lady and the Fortune Teller  One of the new women visited a Boston fortune teller.   ...      .  "Lady,"   said   the   fortune > teller,  diuffling Uie cards, ."the fate-decrees  results' of this contention aire royalty |'that y������u wil1 visit foreign lands.   You  and permanence.  Let us have a roval !wl1} mingle in the court life of kings  prince as Govemor-General, and let it ! ������nd ������ueens.      Conquering all rivals.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, Etc. j  you will marry the man of your choice,  n tall, dark, handsome gent of distinguished ancestry���������in fact, a peer of the  realm."  "Will he be-young?"  "Yes; young and rich."  The visitor in her excitement clutched the seer's arm.  "But how," she cri������d eagerly, "how  ���������un 1 to get rid of mv present husband?"  SPRING BLOOD  sS*i������FssIIjn'^ IS BAD BLOOD  Parmelee's   Vegetable   Pills  and effective.   They are., purely  "TTfi^nrlJinnJ-t^'T^l^trw^ purgatives "entering  much more comfy.  are mild I we *lave a world-wide citizenship; we  lv* ve������������et- !lave 'nterests in Europe, in Africa,  ^-������osms4-in���������Austrahisia-r-in-���������A-siai���������and���������Cans*"  LIVE HAIR; CLEAR SKIN  AW who delight, in .1 clear skin; soft  white hands; a clean, wholesome scaln  nnd live glossy hair will find that Cuticura Soop' and Cuticura Ointment  more than renliy.e every expectation in  promoting skin and hair health and  the bodily purity. A single cake of  Cuticura Soup and one box of Cuticura  Ointment nr������ often sufficient to cure  torturing, disfiguring eczemas, rashes,  irritations, scn'limrs and cnistincs of  the skin and scaln, with loss of hair,  thus rendering them the most economical treatment known for affections of  the skin and scalp,  into their composition and their ef-  fQct is soothing and beneficial. Try  them  and   be convinced.    Thousands  "How did your new parrot turn  out?" ���������     ���������'  "Oh. he's a fine talker, but T'm aw-  fullv afraid I can't keep him."  "Why not?"  "Ho used to live, in n nie-.'ienl college, and the students tfuight him 11  whole lot of professional terms, I  was so mortified the other night.  That rich Miss Morris was calling on  ns, and somebody asked her to sine.  ' You know what a voice she has.  Well, she sang a long French bnllad  for us, and the instant she finished  the last veroe that dreadful bird  screeched, 'Chloroform her!'"���������Clave.  land Plain Dealer.  ^How-toGet-New-Health-and  dians without sacrifice of allegiance, ! Now ���������Stratio'th in tho  with   a   strengthening   instead  of a \        new ���������Jireugui iu me   ���������..,...^���������.    *...v,������������,.���������v.���������  wrench of loyalty, can play their part j Spring  emrattesHheirarearcur^ ^       it A    ,    L ~   ,       '    .  ties  because    thousands    owe    their worI(--   0ur American cousins are in j    Lven the most robust nnd the wm-  henlth and stron^h to timely use of a continental ring-fence; we are free i'er months trying   to   their   health,  this most excellent medicine                ; of the   world   and   of world-politics, ' Confinement   indoors . in   often over-   ,   '                This advantage,  already  perceptible, j heated and nearly always badly ven-  When a, boy comes home from bis! **" f���������. as Imperial organization .. gated. "Xofjld^Xol"^^  di-it iw,r nt dnlU,. hf. ia n Iwnvs ��������� marches for ward, and as Canada takes ��������� ������ce. tne sitops ana the school���������taxes  hi*t year at college,   he   is   always, an increaaing]y uctivc part ,n the af.;Lhe vitality   of   feven the, strongest  It Now Growing Jealous of the  Canadian Ship Canal. j  this fast world now whirls it!  Scorns ages since the projecting genius !  of Jay Cooke pointed out that the J  Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence \  river were to be the greatest inter-!  continental commercial waterway on  earth.  ,., Jay  Cooke spent  his valuable  life  and    handled   many   fortunes   with  this idea in view, and the immeasurable imperial   material   wealth   and  resources that  it  'and   the   swelling  future   promised.     But   all   iu  vain;;  his countrymen were too dumb.    If j  Cooke  had    been    half   backed    the  United States  would   long  ago  have  secured a capitalistic clutch and, claw  hold on what .will be the cont.nent's I  future    stream   of   Pactolus-streams, j  bearing fleets of golden grain.   Again,  here is a serious military water cordon. 1  In no sense was there a great com- j  mercial imagination like Cooke's be-1  hind the Louisiana and Alaskan pur-!  chases.   We were literally kicked into j  these.   Our own acquirements of great ]  intellectual origin  were those of the j  revolutionary    fathers    getting    the I  United States and the military mind i  of Gen. George Rogers Clark seizing  and  holding the Northwestern Territory    At any rate, the Canadians got  wise to the great dream of Cooke, and  are* going to have, before we wake up,  Cooke's waterway half across the continent, all but to Winnipeg, carrying  to  Europe  all  the  wheat  and cattle  and minerals of the new great golden  northwest. ��������� '���������  Sir Robert Perks, M.P., shows there  is nothing in a name. He is intimately associated with the project of the  great Georgian Bay ship canal, and  has decided to come over to Canada  the first of this year so that he can  devote undivided attention to the  enormous work���������the greatest he has  undertaking���������dwarfing by far the  memorable Manchester ship canal.  This grand waterway is to be stretched from Georgian Bay, Lake Huron,  to the St. Lawrence river, near Montreal ; thence to the seaports for ocean  goers. For 440 miles plowed across  the land, like a monster ditch buiit  by Titans, this great canal will wind  its way. Imagine a mighty ditch, 24  feet in depth, being dug from New  York to Buffalo, and this is but an  idea of what it means. Twenty-six  thousand men will work continuously  for 10 years, until one more of th.}  ?JSiaii������jii^nis_QLJay_Cookaj|_rea!  SUNLIGHT  ^SOAPr  The finest fabric la  not too delicate to  be Mfely washed with  Sunlight Soap. When  other soaps bave injured  your linens  ���������ad faded  the coloured  things, remember the  word Sunlight  All the Difference  Her husband had not been at work  for two days, and at the noon hour  the man's boss met the woman in the  street.  "Where's Dan?" he asked.  "He's home," she replied.  "Getting drunk, eh?"  "No, Mr. Burlington, he ain't getting drunk," she said, indignantly.  "Well, what then?"  "Getting sober, sir."��������� Washington  Star.  Uncle Ellery���������"Now, I'll learn ye to  milk the cow."  Neohew from the City���������"Oh, uncle,  I'm kinder 'fraid 0' the cow; couldn't  I just as well learn on the calf?"���������Life.  ashamed of the ignorance of his par  ents.  fairs of the Empire.  Now, of this subtle difference in the two North Amer-  . m, .,       , ���������. ,, .      .   .. ~     iican citizenships, the presence of roy-  The merits of Bickle s Anti-Con-i aUy at ottaw(^ woul/be an ouU.J(|  sumptive byrup as a sure remedy forjamj , ib, { lt d ,d , t to  coughs and colds    are    attested. ,by'tbe text���������ro 0f our national business  C"t Tn ������^.TrA At Jin ffflithat warm and gracious personal note  ���������almost instant relief when the throat 1 wuini, mnl,M , m���������n,J��������� ������������������ ���������..,������������������  is sore, with coughing and the whole j $"0,������ ",akHes * '?���������������"rSL    iti T  pulmonary reirion disorder** in oohbo. ^* m������th������J, ������{ S'nmDe ������LVir��������� .'���������  ouence.   A bottle of this world-!anted I 8e^������-of  whl(-h n'-ftkes a. republic a  Syrup will save doctor's bills and a  grent deal of suffering.   Price 25 cents,  ut all dealers,  1 cold, hare, and uninteresting method,  I    "Certain of our private and confidential hits of business should ho ex  The hlood becomes thin and watery,  or clogged with impurities, Sometimes you get up in thp morning just  as tired as when you went to bed.  Some people have headaches and a  feeling of luagour; others nre low  spirited and nervous; still others  have pimples and skin eruptions,  Thos'4 are all spring .symptoms that  the hlood is out of order. Many people rush to purgative medicines in the  spring. This is a mistake. You can't  ewo these troubles with n medicine  At   an  onciwiir  lunc  Beaoh Richard Croker  Washington story.  "A* toucher," lie began, "was  ducting a lesson in history,"  " "Tommy -lones,'   she  was there about George  con-  pedited.hy tlu, presence of royalty.at ; *ft "ft ^ftu^IkeTlfffl:  ealth anil  onic modi-  hie tonic  nd blood-builder is    Dr,    Williams'  ������i'ik Pills.   These pills not only ban  ,   D ,     our capital.   Hero one is dealing With j Ivi,,. \n ',J -,     Iii  :heon   at   Palm  matt,er|, which ftre Jea,ou���������,      ^r(M   JVmtyou ne; Uoj i ye yo uh  told a   George ,     ��������� couple of, ���������nir������Uonf .? least;  J^ y^t^i^ S,!.0.'  but it seems within  tho   bounds  of'  probability to hold that n certain pro.  said,   'whnt! rcon ,of "ur PubIioi nffuirs. novor  ish    iri     ,,,��������� ,   t ���������       , you d   .   .  Washington   ffi &J *PP"??ii"A ^L80!"0.'    "    Btonlli""' i*"*'? -i'i"*-"������������������������. '���������"*���������"���������"-��������� 1 the tiiore serious ailments that follow,  which  distinuMiished    him    from    all I '"'������? ' "������".' ^fi' M ,C ! Th >1* ftn,,.am,n' "���������mw '\������W^' in-  sonal consideraUons. 'Jhesube(.t(lwsjf|iSOt,,ion( rhoumntism. and other di-  not lend itaolf to full or explicit dis- ,��������������������������������������������� ,iu��������� ,n ,,iui |,lo0(1, ]-,,._ Wj).  cussion, but. at lonst it mny bo said  othor Americans?"  "'He didn't  lie!' wns the prpnipt  answer."  It Costs $40.00  For Doctor's Visit  that it should be no disadvantage to  Canada to have as hor medium of  communication with the United Kingdom a royal personage whom every  British statesman would regard with  thorough respect, who would bo the  near relative of our King and Km-  poror, and who would bo tho blood  Mums' Pink Pillu actually innke new,  rich hlood which strengthens every  ���������\erve, every organ "iul every part of  tlv body. Try this medicine thin  soring nnd ynu wi'lluivo strength nnd  'ti.TiV to resist the torrid heat of the  eo>"iug summer.  Mr. Geo, W, Johnson, Heinford, N.  S,, says;   "A couple   of   yenr*   nun  relation   of   nearly   ovory   European 1 when I cnine home from a lumbering  monarchy  We could count upon our | "imin where I had been emol.iyed my   lood vmh i-i such 11 condition that  On Alberta's Prairlei���������DR. CHASE'S have hud his large Receipt Book for'royal   prince   being  more   Canadian  Medicine   and   Receipt   Book      | over twenty yours.   His medicines and! than the Canadian*; his whole inter-  xi .u D^,,u, n���������i Th.,. hook have saved nm many doctor bills est, would be bound up In the growth.  very ropuiar vaii mere. i mid have proven wonderfully effectivoJ proHporlty, dignity arid glory of his  Tbn luxuries of city life nro little H costs $40,00 for it doctor to eoine; principality; and am our part upon the  known in the prairie home.* of West- out here, so It is rather expensive to great stage increases it should prove  ern Canada.    When  nickneHs come*; get sick. I increasingly uiieful to have devoted to         people Hml it neeesmiry to depend on I   "I recommended Dr, ('huso's Nerve, our Horvieo 11 pemonago of real Euro- to ci>������ into mv lleuli, and at ������linen were  their own renourci'* to a ureal extent Food to a friend of mine for bin wiV,; penn infltmnco.   Our viowii would he |*i off<������ti������lve flint f refused to A1 nt the  on account of the didk'iilty und t*x- He ntudled the   nytniitoinn   In    Dr. sure of getting to headquarters; a pro-  ponso of a doctor'n vinit, Chime'* Alnuim"*- mul found she need-1 jmrtion of our freta are duo to the  By rending the letter   quoted here ed Dr. Chime'* Nerve Food to restore ������u*pieion tlmt our repreHentfttiomi d<>  you will form nopie ideii of how Dr, her worn out nervoii* nyntom.   I gave not   reach   headquarter*,   but   ore  Chnfto's Modieine* umi, Receipt Book him mime of thi* medicine until he nmothored on the way.  nre itppreciiitetl in Alberta.   Thin in oould get to town when he uot two     ������of  wnyn,  means  and   nernonn   I  I'lilence of boxen more mid these cured her en.' hnve little to miy.  The dally prenn In  ���������*r*}y* .. ,        ,    ���������      ,..      , ! buny now witb thn dlnoimnlon of one  1'or niynef I used    Dr.   ( Iim*,-��������� n ��������� mwwt namo; I nm content to nrgue  f atiirrh Powder with npletK id renult*.  fnr the Renernl principle,   Tho nuen-  bor noun, time I wan luul with catarrh f,f���������n 0f WRyg nnd mmM j, Mmpllcity  could   not   hr'.ntlie  tlirmiirii  mVitwdf.  Ut n rovnl prince he nominnt-  WI -in to bed midnever wake, ^j M Governor-OenorM.   On tbe ex.  '���������������������������  '���������������������������'  -*m'-piry of tho aitt.yenr term, if nil han  fine well, rei������*vilnt him,   Continue  the  'tiy whole body broke out in Imils���������  ���������uni" six n"il i'igl*t in 11 tii'st. Tin**"*  '"er1 no niiinful that I wns conlined  tu the bonne nud for three month*  wen treated by my family ductor I  tot no better; in 'net the noren begun  tnble with my 'nml'y. A friend nnkwl  inn one d������v whv T did not give Dr,  Willinm*' Pink Pill* n trial and I de.  dded to do no. T uot nix boxen nnd he.  fore they were nil gone the nor"* beuiiii  to dinnoneer nnd niv nvnti'in wnn niiieh  wed1. Sir Robert briefly pencils -5ut  the cost at the mere matter of $150,-  OCO.CCO.  It should occasion no surprise to  realize thnt there will be more than  a million horsepower electrical energy  developed and sold from the different  gradients of this canal. But this is  a trifling incident of this intellectual  commercial scheme of Yankee Cooke.  The beds of lakes along the route will  be rajsed, and also rivers will be  dammed and their beds and courses  changed. Large areas now dry land  will be covered with water. Through  all this great waterway walls and  bottom of plain and reinforced concrete will stand, ���������nnd when it is complete great merchant ships will be  able to steam through it. It will  make more money in a month than  Panama in a year.���������New York Press.  Women Advertblng Canada.  Women seem to be advertising Can-  nda at the moment most satisfactorily.  Miss Agnes Deans Cameron, who hns  come to the front amazinglv of h'te  years, as a journalist and author, l������c.  Hired Feb. 25 before the Royal Geo.  graphical Society in London, in itself  a great honor.  Another lady who has been booming  Canada in England is Miss Kmilv  Vauglian Jenkins, who known tho  country well, and is lecturing upon  it* many ndvuntages to town and  country audiences, She lately deliver.  ed a lecture in Wales, as well as  spenkinp to a number of English audi,  encew, h!1 of whom seemed much in-  throated, Before the member* of tho  "United Colonial" circle of the Ly.  coum Club, nhe told a grent deal that  wan inteivntiiig about what Cnnndn  lm* to bouHt of in the wny of art and  artisln. It wn* a good lint, beginning  with Paul Katie, and coming all the  way down (in one mnnv) to the modern Toronto and Montreal urti.->:.s. The  Canadians present "fiwellwl winihly"  with pride, ������������ tbey heurd, tot n  change, Koiiielliiuii about tlm cultured  tide of Catm.liiin life, inatend of the  chaw* for emigrants and the enor-  mot)* *l7.e of th" country. And nobody breathed tbo word "nnow" or  "ice-paluce*!"  is the word to reomidwf  when you need aremedy  LADIES!  HANG YOUR OWN SKIRTS!  S������<'LnMV i.nvonti������n. The Hang-Alone  it ���������,rt���������r< will secure for you an  absolutely accurate and even bottom  !nl t ihAis?,- vbhout any assist-  ance. Invaluable to women who make  their own clothes and to professional  dressmakers as well. Simple in con-  struction.   Any person can use it  Costs One Dollar-Last, a Lifetime  hend for   free   descriptive   circular.  _ Address.-  P. 0. BOX 1497,   WINNIPEG,   MAN.  ������������ MWH  VETERAN SCRIP!  FARM LOANS  We will accept n first mort-  pii-.'e on improved farm land and  sell you Veteran Scrip in thin  way at regular ennh price.  \\ rite to-day for loan application  YOUR OPPORTUNITY IS NOW  Canada Loan & Realty Co., Lid,  Winnipeg,  Here's  Sure  Way  ���������fV    Cloth!  DY-OLA  e  Tour  Cloth*  Juet think at til With the tAMf Dm  l*.c*,ica\0rat*y ktadef eMirpjBSLSR  anopUCsri **i  chinct of inlitiko,   Au  "���������>������'OniMiie or n������������Ur.  ImkSr'K*'* 0ril'*!'. K������rmT*rm\*l  .iiy  having (bene mod lei um on hnnd when  occiinlon require* but in nlno owing to  their wonderful reliability.  Where will you find micb 11 rentorn.  tive treatment 11* Dr. Chime'* Nerve  Food to enrich the blood, ntri'tigtheii  the nerve* and build up the run down! rH tiiibt   nnd  breittlie  ayntemP through the iio*e "  Mr. Geo. Clay,   Oxvllle,   Alberta,  writ'1*:   "I have nlway* been a gr  iidmirer of Dr, Chimes' Medicine* in  nml  110*1',  a. Dr, t in*'* medicine* nre for hhK th��������� proce*������ nnt(1 It neomn convenient,  11 bv n'l ������ii������n "rn, or hdtiinnnon llntcn k ,��������� obn������������������, ,,��������� ��������� Wft ,���������������������������,.���������, A��������� fop ,,������������������,  jd (o��������� Toronto, , ��������� V,)H ,,��������� fl0���������v f0 1nnvo jt M )t h ������������������  rer  DISTEMPER i^HJ,'1";!^  C. Fredorlclw Hamilton.  Wi-i'Mi'dijiJ (".JlJn (ti-ctftitiK, Iblliiiltfi .'wir.'n  ...     _. _   , r _������ .._     , .       .   .*. *l *i,i *.,. ...*  InfnctM or ''titvmrti,*' Mqulil.fivHnnn tho tnn������ufi net* on th* liluxl nnd  l.Urit������.i'iprl������tln������ rxilwnii. ������ (.rnnlrnnitlie twill*. Curwi Pittcmpi'rIn !>ov������  ���������**������������������"��������� '~--twainVmlttr. ImttmnterUmg" ,    ..  itmg hunmn brln**   bi������til*l *M������nil tlinAnein.  Cut tltl* nut.  lUn-i,  Mindu Must Uo buck.  .V.ii.iit.i  iti'iii.t, iliudti,  ii.i  .  ,  _>rm������lr������n   -   nml Wweptnd ChoWa in I'miltry. Untemtt ������rllinartlv**ta.*k tnmMy. Cura*  1.4 firtppe nmanir huninn twin** unit li������tliw Ki.incr rrmrdi*. Sk. and II a  ��������� 1*1 Maml tlinAntin.  Cut till* nut.   Ki-.'P It.   Hhmr tn ymir dninf l������t,  wbo will ������������t It tor yott,  fte* lliiuklut, " Dlntvmpor. C'summ and CurM,'1  DISTRIBUTORS   ALL WHOLESALIt DRUOfliSTI  SrO!t\ HIOICAL CO,CU*...������ *U t*MM������*i������������.H������.i<i������kU, *,*.,*.*Jm,  not tritvel from Calcutta to Vancouver ] .X ���������������'������1 J. j_'-* !���������">' enn't .'V"ii l.-.irn Imw  on the ticket, ho bought in the former ! t" write it letter home fur iiiiytbiiu.' but  I luce, he in denied admittance to Can. < nemoy  STUMP, BUSH ANU TREE PULLERS  If you Imivo land to olt������ar, no mat-  .er where it in, with xtunip*, n'nnd.  ing tro"������ or nnwill bttmli alder* or  Will<WV������,   we   hm;.  1l\,'  tttrntrld* t)   Hint  .ipp������ratu������ for doing th.. Motk, nml  we    #*!!    nur    machine    on     u  miintiviAen   luul    .i   will   wnrk   ttm.  ter, lw������ onaier a no nmre ounvmiient  tJvan  any  t*.ntv n*-*t*hlrtn on  th#  m*nkrtt.    It i������ nlut the only Mai.  Ira ib!** Iron Stump uwMihim. med*.  f������o not teed nx\-ny time and money  with oVI di!i,ipM,������lH (-vt iim um.  ebivem.   It vou write fc������r Cntalocti*  AiUme-��������� "W yon wtlj ue? full p"������tcuU������a.  CANAOIAN IWINION1 LIMITIO,        t.lNOIAV. OANAOA/ tm  miu and inu*t return to ntnrl nnow  Thin euriouH point wn* deeided the  ,,. 1 1 ,1        ,,   - . '    I     r,   1 .   ���������  ....  .     -.,...     ...'.   ... ��������� .   ���������      ,.:,.���������   ,���������\   ,1|.-  |.������>al Court, to which the Hindu up.  (lied for nn order compelling <|ie Gov-  ernment olftelnl* to ndmit blm.  He ndmilted thnt nt Hong Kong he  rhnnff������d bin thinMnn* ticket for n  necnml'i'tnnn by nnyrnont of >M). Tin-  rnune be did not travel continuounly  en one ticket h" in luirri'd.  Surprised Htr.  A  (rentlemun   who  hnd  npent  the  'I   ii|n������"Mii'i'|     MU"'    ||IV    f������Y7������?������'|ll    \Mt!*>   lini'-||        __,.,   a ..������ ' 1     I   ���������        ft        1 t* 1  ir>n\gih-ted.    I continued lining the! ffr "'''r l>"r'"m '.-' ������������������-���������* ���������������'" '" Cnnndii  relaU'* nn amiiMitig oxperieiiM' which  betel bim,,  Hi* hml been on a hunting expi'di.  timi  fot  several  day*  In  the back-  woodn,  roughing  it   rather severely,  and on taking a neat in n railway ear.  tinge retiirnint* lmnu'ward* lie looked  u*   begrimed   nud    wettther.|n>nten   n  trupper a* ever brought bin nkiu* into  ��������� 1 tt H*t 1 l.*rni*rtt,  Mind your own bu*l'i.'*n nnd "nuel    Jf,- luippi-nttii to find u neat next to  -'���������ly vou "'ill  he minding ti bn*inenn   a young lady- evidently belonging to  d your own. j U������ii>ton-*-wlin,   after  taking  *t������ek   of  " ��������� ���������--������������������-��������������� '  bill)  fur ll   fi*W iiiiiiiiIh    ri'ttftrl'.nt  Minard's Liniment   Curat   Dandruff.!     (t'oii t you luul un utterly pn*Mion.  ... .  .... Jij.    .w..,'..,'!,^    11;,'.',   ,.���������:uy '*  (limit  iu-  ' enrnuto in-pinitlm:* tunniig the A,\-  topping mouiitainn *in<f the dim 11 i*I.s  of   the   huii/.u;i-t'iiit.*ii*iig   lutrnU,   my  Ini'ln until I h������d ttdsen twelve box..*  ; when ovory boll nnd wire Imd di*n������i.!  j'liip"', nn.I I |iii**i. *inci> enjiiyed the J  ve"' be*t of health," I  Snld bv rill medicine de.i|..r* or bv  jtuiiil et W) c������nt* n bov or ������'* boxen;  f..r tor/) tr���������,��������� The Dr. William**'  Medicine Co,, Hroekville, Ont. I  /^BSORBINL  r*\i *ii*t\tQ,%- |������ mmt  the  SI*>op|#s������n#s������.   SI.- 'j.    i  1 --i"i  r   mi.1  in   in-  'i-ni u������-'i  ',|   1  vitnl l'iii*.   Wbiitever tuny be tli" e  of it, ilidigi'Miuii, liervuli,. ili'tain-'i'i  ur iiH'iitnl worn*, try u ruin-.  ���������Ii'lee'*   Veeet,,!,),.    |'|||*.     Ity   r  ting the iii'tinn "f the Mhiii^i'Ii, ������  the trould" li'"*,    tl������'V    ������i!|    r>-  normal conditionn nnd beiiltlif'i! ���������  nil fiii'iiiM. 'J'lii-y e\ it " - 'I  'urce iiTM.n tbo nervn etui wln-r. 1  i- i������nr...������ th,.v l.ri'i ' r- -t  t-td  :ll������l'  1 .'  il  replifl   the   n;i;mri'iit  good mini  "<>h,   y.v,'  ������ ������������������.,- 1 ...  ((in'iitiy  draw 11  into nn exultation o|  rapt noiilftiliti'M' nrul beatific iticand"-  nccnt  iiitiiiity  uf iihi-ffnct contiguity  'J ' ;'''   when my borne ittuuhli'*."  "Indeed!"     *ll!'l     tile    yulltlg     Imly,  much Mirpri'.i-il, ''I bnd no idea t)i/������  lower i'lanni'* felt like that."   Tit-Hit*.  People wil*te a  Lit of vnllluli!"  y nr  llndir *h������ Old Flag. '"  Whnt  i*  it that  iimkc*  tlw  puJ*e  onlcken mhen wo nee thn Union ,fa<*k  in * U'teign J������nd������ It certainly in not l.-okii.* for tbiuu* when* t  the hope tbnt at nomo timo, morn or  !������������������������ rwiiotn, Canadian wbont may have  a tfiteterewm oi a tew wnt* a hnaM  in ths mark������ta of th������ Unite.1 Kin*.  dim. *A* n\\ l������it th# anmn h������forn  anyona arm thought of trad* ptatat*  ���������act n* a factor in Kmpiro-building  tune  nut.  Minard's Llnimant far tal* av*tymb*t*  Tt*.-- ilii.-f iUiuiL xUa *,--���������.������ \>- ,  wiiiii������*n from wuhttiit tb������*v w> re  i������ tbey coiiMn'f !i;iv- 'ti'ti tii'-  vevy h������ir,  ���������I'  '', Kinrads Murdir a Year Ago.  *,Ot   ���������h..i|f     ,   ���������   ,.r     ...    V������,l    Ii.,,.  rude tint h.'r il.-.iih i:< ;*,������ r hou,,. m  KUt Kerkirmr *tr.-..t. Ilnnulton, under  Ooiiditiorin whieli riiiirk"������l the it uglily  ������* the nwM :ny"l������������rioiH in Canadian  criminal annal*  Tlte adng... "unit ter wit! out." it-rrn*  to hav** bmi dn.pnn.il m tbi* r������arti.  ,.���������u  cuUi cm*.-, t,i*ii..*i.j A, \><���������)������< i,| nn  in-n  uitimat*' nolutton bavtim b������������i������n aban-  ;..inf' dotted by the provfrn-id it'i'honti^* ut*  tat an >*ii������*iidr.ur������ of llo.uoo.  SPECIAL NOTICE  ro country MFRAwm* Jiifn nmn  ASeot������ *,V.������.UfU Oy U. 8MRAQQE,  396 Prlnmi St., Wlnnipag, to pur.  cbnta for him scrap copper and brass,  rnit and wrotiKht iron, old rubber  boots and sheas and crown lagtr  (ttinrt, pint and whiikry botlltt  you caImmkeuooo  in 'I iii<iiitb.������,   mijiiitt   veiri'tiiblen   In  riofi'ln    Write fur mu v-iliuthle Imob  , of TACTS.  I'|uriil:i I.mid Co,, llox M)7. Cbipl#y,  I'i 1  Brass Band  77m������ ia tha  Time tn  Otgmmit*  tnttrmmtnti, Prmmt, 8*11*4 Mmtir, ������tt.  EVERY TOWN CAN HAVE A 1ANO  \tim*.i fiti-ir.������\nr .jii.t^l    t'lnttntimnn.  9l*r tat UluttraMnB . it.alM fr������i    U'rliatat  t..r������nyitftn in M������������ iwW. ifc������l������w*r>awa a.  WHAIEY,   ROVCC fr CO, UmltoJ  Tor.nw, Ont., *ti\ *A\i\A,i*-,\Un.  msammSSmmtm-mmmtmmmmmmmm**^^  W. N. U��������� N������. 7J7  i  &  I  fm  I  ll THE NKWS, CUMBKItLAJID, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ������*���������������������* anw^aaa a  New  Goods  FOR SPRING USE  nWhen   in   doubt  NEW   STOCK   OP   WA1XPAPER  NOW COMPUGTE.  Laco   cttrtuins from i&S to 5<>c. n pndr.  MADRAS CUKT.-WN   MUSLIN^,   TAVK8TRY CURTAINS A TABLK  COVKIIS. ir'ASid.' SL'AQRAS**   ROUKEKS A AR.M CHAIRS.  A N'KVV I.IN ���������: Of IRON HBUS AT RKOUI.AR I'UU'K.S.  Solu A^ent for 'MUmmwiV Mattrnaaca atod L eg*** spring.   Try thom.  A ful, Mn������ at (utuiUta tc rnslect from.  ������w...n .mrnirmr.m,mm������imimm**mm���������m*mmm  I  Form No. il.  LAND ACT  Const hind District.  District of Coast.  A.  Lead   Trumps,  ariS. when  you  want a 0oolingiT7;!KVloticrnhp0hae\''  ������ ! lliulin. ol Lund. li. C, occupation :  and     :   RefreSil- j moivlmnt, intends to npply for per- j  Beverage  .wing j  Tit'.* Right Pri-.-c  Furniture S'o*'\  DUNS.MCIli AVENUE  WHY HALU-Y Dl-SCOVER-  HD   THE  CO.Mi'T.  What in the world did Halley go  and discover that comet for? It  is iiible to make all'h wis of mischief. If we didn't k>,ow it wa������  ^coining it wouldn't oi> so bnd On  Wednesday the "1 St i inst., the  tail will he tii-kini*..*, : iie surface ,  of poor old Mother l* irrh, and  the old dame mn.-t 11: getting  too old for those 1-i :'l of frivolities.' fc*he may obje������������������; in a manner that might pro*.������! discomforting to ihe ants and other ihimrs  thai are crawling <. vn* her hide.  Ench time it hay v'im ed ns it has  brought all kinds oi national or  world -.vide disasters in its train,  so if history repeat* Lself we  shall have to look <mi*. It may  hriug levers, pla#u<-., wars,   tid-  A. MeKismon  CUMHHRLANI)  Form No. y.  LAND ACT.  FORM OF NOTIOK.  Coast La������d DiVfcrie:,  District of tit-it "VVuRtrolnH'er.  TAKE NOTICE that  Olof HoNt,   of  Lund, B.O., occupation rmicher, intends  to npply fnr pormifliion to purchnse *li*  ���������llolti ig Jet-cribed Unds;���������Connneuoing  at a post jikuted at the northeast oorner  uf bod applied for by l!������H������oliii, tlenc**  north 80 obains, tbei ce eaat- 90 chains,  the. eo ios tli 80 cbains,  tlnnoe weat SW  chains to the \jluin! <d begh.niug,  OLOP HOLsT.  Edwahd REnoM'sp, Agent.  Dated Mfireh 22nd, 1910.  j mission !<> piireluife the fu  i described land: Coniuienein^ at u j  i post planted S. W. corner of T. L j  ::U(i79 thenee Kust 40 chains,!  I thenee South  40   chains*"*,    thence  !       * ' I  W'oA. 40e.li.wis, thenee   North 40  ���������Indus to pities of beginning containing 1U0 acres more m*  less.  Chas. A. Timlin.  Fvvd. Timlin,  Agent.  Dated March 2ml 1910.    !  George Kono      >'  CONTRACTOR ^  All Kinds of Railroad and Sawmill Work  Loosing;, Clearing Land, Ditching  Drain Work etc.  Contracts Taken Anywhere in  ... Comox District . . .  y*tf*y i Victoria, May  7.���������A   deal   in-  JL   Ajt^mr* volving the  expenditure   of   over  SI.500,000, ttie transfer  of somt  ^O^        a* js. ~1 54,000, acres of timber lands in tlio  AT   \*\ *f *& 1*3 v Cowichan lake district,   from   the  E. & N, Kuiiway Company, to the  oi  UvJl       JL^O-O VJ^eu* York;   the consideration  oi  l 28 miles of railway and tlie erection of a largo saw mill ou tide-  water, on tiie east coast of Vancouver Island, has just been con-  c'udtd. Tlie iimb������r lands are all  coiili'iiititorv to Cowichan Lake.  ���������9994r9999'%x94>^99^'m'^<r4) 999   *���������������������������������������������'���������������<������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*  |A FEW PERSONS WANTED.:  %       To complete syndicate now forming for the purpose of        %  ���������        buying4.000 acres of  H. C. fruit land, $50.00 cash        %  required and large profits assured.      Send for pros-  A  pectus and full particulars to the  fKootenay Fruit Land Syndicate,  on the  Coast.  and made in-  ���������  m  A *  X *^������'****<������^������*������i**'*>^^<fi>i&������'4>*������*-*^<������<>4'<>^'*'^#������^<8-<><>*^*^^3  i  t  *>  t>  325 MOMRR STREET,  VANCOUVER, B. G.  Y    A IPl A     Merchant  IX.  r\ 1 J_y ri.     t atlow.  Tex iti \;:v:d was selected today j  to rei'ereti the .Jefl'eries-Joiiuson I  light on .Inly 4-th. ]  al waves, earfliqiiakes, erup-  tio:i,t3, meteoric showers, the  do.vnfall of the Libe:al party in  Kngland and Canada, mi lira gel's  jags (the two last w> 11 id follow  in order named], "w.iveij'' of  temperance, prohibitiu'.i, religion and lots of o'-.in*r things  wiiicli we Jiave no spae,-. to mention. We arc liable to all this  just because an old Iwssel like  PI alley must needs **n fussing  nrouiifl the "empsi'ini blue''  with an old fashioned eoscope,  (loudness only knows what he  would haveTcd us inn. il' In* had  F'liro N.i. 9. j  l.ASJ) ACT. j  KiiKM or Notii-'E. ;  Co.t-t Lm A Di-ttrcti !  DttffcCof.Vrr.v Wo-tminater, . J  Taki JToiick lhat W*,ThwJia, of laind, |  B.C. i cCTOatinii married*- Woman, fnt?nd������ |  to iii-plj f'������r, penni'sipn to purchoao th-* j  fi'lkuvitfjiUycrilisi] lnnc]s;--Ccimmf?ociii'a';  at*-iv^������B'^^.!iWd.!tU-tli������-eaBU������cir!!6>r~uf--}J���������;  H.M., 104, thence south SO cliiurs.t'h.'iid! j -   , ,  ������������t Su eluinit. thonce  north W chin'.,,, !    u "> ^onth\er<ler s,ull n������t In nUeu : eight i]nouns. A numn* tin)   monni-  j     London,   May   14.��������� Altogether  j thirty-two countries will bw repre- j t  C- 1 j !,rented in the royal funeral proces-! -*���������  umbetiana, Uuu,including.^1.1. ki..^ -Mdif*  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OlADE TO   ORDER RWO  IN fiNY STYLE YOU UUSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20, to $40,  ISSTWiK *mJk%**h������*lm. !  C U M H E������R LAND,  Bi C.  I  ������������<jS*tWI*4-fo������-lHH<J+l-l^���������fHH-ne^MHi-^ir-CftpitMj-^STOOOrOOOT-  aii'iiiiiiiinuii'n  JR9ao"������vd-$5-r7-00t000-|r  wiy  eul-cr   tliun   the  firrt WeilueHiliiy j erb who will participate in tlm pm \%  cession both on Tuesday to  West-|������  The Royai Bank of Canada. ,1   -  . ..  - ' -S  tliCiii;'6 we t SO ciintiiE t-i thi- j.l'Ktrt r>f  h(:  tiiitittnu.      IDA THUL1N, | iieforu llie teiiUt (l0t:0 of .*nc.h iimnUi.1*  fiOWARP Ekrih-mo, A������etit.l    =��������� V���������������-*'������* "l'-������il  ������������������*'��������� aU-e-l in  imd*  Dut.d M-icJi-2-J.id, 10)0. jonly. and only v|,f", .lm Ull   is jwul ut|   ,������.._.������ . _. -(f.a.l'.vLibin one \vi-..-k.;.ft.-r pay-day.1        uliiigton station will be the  t^iieen Ij IMIAFTS   ISSUED  IN   ANY "CDRRMSCY  miu^tei* hall and on Friday to V:o.\  CUMBERLAND   "R   ���������'  Sub-Brancheo at Cburtenoy and Union Bay.  PAYABLE. ALL  I  VW REMEAIEEU  iV^1-!Thoti.,.������ofacLual fane  FoCm No. 9,  LAND ACT.     '  l'\'it:.r. or Novio:,  <?(jH-t Lllllli Oisf.ri.!������:.  District of .New Wi-etuiiutiter  Takk  Notwi;   tliat  Mary Tiniiin, ofj        ��������� r  Lund. lU5/> n-1-uptit-oiriDnrrioi women,-;     M1'-'- Simm*������ di'Mres pupils    fo  intend* t'.iipiily fur iwriui^ioii  to l>n������--: rlit* piaiiV>i\,i-rta at, Iim* lmme iu tin-  cfutfo  the t.nl.wiitit do.uribed  lund������:~     , .,      ,     ,  .        .   i   .  i i  i-   ���������     i-iimp, (.lunibt-M'hiai  CmmnjitHi/; at tvpn it plantod lii.li iw t> ���������'   euati.f tbt> North Rn*-*t, i'nr������t.r of clnim up-  t-1'1'"'" w l  plied f������r,by Ida Timlin, i.Ih������hcc .S..utr. so  ���������Mother   and     Princess   Victoria.  |  OVER THE WORLD.  pal service  n  g.-i-*r--Nelsoit B'^ii^ Contest to- Lt?; (t js ���������ow stated, has no't been tiix   B SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS  nnd  in-  ������  sliDWii in Ci'}' Hall. Miy IC it 17   'ui ������ il,e^ ��������������������������� Ourrent HnU'C itlluifwl on   deposits of $-1.(10 ������ml upwards,  i   ^  !! 11* P. MONTGOMERY, Manager. j  The Victoria   Day   celebrnlions  ^siitijiHiitiHlHIitllllllllllllllllum^^^  i nhtivw tliwirifl Eaft SO ch .ins lli(itio������ N.*inii  been looking through oi.t*. of tbe KOcliid.utli^eo Wi������st80 cmiim to plicc  B.C.    I. Mini  he chapgod.  ,IU.-r,llllHII^MU-i!.-K-.TUtK-*^t.UI-mamtM.  I  In Memoriam  liave b'im abaniloiio'l at  Victoria,  ��������� out of n.'.-p'.*e.t   lo   tho   niuiioi'v of.  Ivino* Kdwiu-d  V j [.  ,-*rm^tw.m**^.\y.m*vaujitmm^  umm*,wt,t\mmMnAm**i*i?ji*..  new kind. It i.s a };t at pity In*  dib not lotive the cornel aloin? to  discover itself j in fact., wc cannot think whai the-'Wfll, what  liolioy did it for.���������fumloopj*  Sentinel.  'Mr. Y. Cieon. oi iIn- !'������ig Store,  leftd>y Siiiid iv'.a boat, ...i a two  weekn viteation to   lIn-   inainlrtiid.  of b.'Kiimuif*.  MARY 'fUUUX. Ajipliwuit,  l-.'dwiird Uum'iiiul, Atfeiit.  Dfttitl Muroh'Wild I'.ll".  Fui'(u.Xo. 11.  LAND ACT  i      Mr. O. Siiiyihe, foi'im-ply ui   mt  T, m,.     _,.    I  Co.vit;!i!iii     Leader     is    .<ta.fii.ir ,v  j.paper nt Ciiiniiei-laiHl    uheli   w.ll  Aminit Jfrrf i\ ArrpjitriJ  j bueaUed "Thu  Kasnufi.  iieeallt".!  aimo   Ill/rani.  Isianili.-i*  .N.oi-  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR.  NOTARY   PUBLI N.OV.EYANCING  dunsmuir Avenue     CUMBERLAND, B. C.  Form of Nol ice,  Cottmx I^niid   Dirtti'iet.  Dintrie.l of  CurtcH   Ultuid,  TAKK iiotii'e tlmt Helen    I'nll  ,Mw. J, f/Roeislu tuwit.        'ileri-.t   liny,  I!.  C,  oeoupntio  I  i    A biifoball tnateli xvh* pluyed on  -.Mindiiy iifio-rnitmi Uni. lieiueen il:e  I'll.-enei* lluxjliiill U-iuil an.I tlie   Iln   I'  ion Ray t.'Miii.    The limine  tvimlleil , ������  Tli������ loi!iiJOrrtn^'iiu'.*i will finld  it ineinnrittl Hcrvjtsu at s*. ((foryoV  I'lTtilivfrifil) (diupeli on Sunday  niorrinj.; next.  In ani' liirt tumiii  if   v.'u   RtiiU'd  tlm! Mr. iLiiiifs Ru!ii",\������.i! I'jtii ootie  r*  tn llie PluvilH'.ilU (llll  ,.[(..,'S   IfolllO  jit Kcmloop,., Thit. i,������ p.i' rnn't, n*  w Iii'.' o hoi ii ;,'.''.nii".i ii i/|-t<|jit|i!i.  .���������I'llluuiiy tuni   \L,    l'i,.i,.*n������>jj    Jms  /JOl.l* oil   ilii JIMIill   Vlt,l*l|,|.ii|   io   Vi������������  *. ri.i,  A Uitlttoot S���������rmw ivill  ho bohlr.,, j  in a v|(.|orv fl|p  lllf, W|]1|.f |)0  ; at th,. MitHoiiie Tciii'di', Sunday 'JUnd, \  nt 0 u'l'loe'v p. m��������� I'i in.nn u ila> iKnuli t,    I of our   bi'luvud br.illmr,   llm  Suv. r- Ji     Oil huoUkt pap.- will be in'Hi ihei ft  Mar.,..,, iutimd, to apply  re- |Wr- | J^;,,.^^"? tii:!:^!..,V,":������!!f:':J I ?.������" of "��������� ?r'lH ������������' ,"' h������W ������l l'u'������,M"' 8  ������$f9!M������<;������M&&9.MC{<������*Mftaft  CUMBER  !8  fil  ISAKA, PROF������F?IETOR  LvKST   On the S ������������  ai. ���������"  i  *\pt il  >.}td   M   |i|  c   '    >\Ud   !(tn*i;!t',   v  I'lvi      1       111'.        'I ��������� '   il-|...   I       ,   ,  j ������������������.-��������������������������� ���������f.',U .���������;���������       !������������������   ,*  u.od tu limle; .      Ap;1-;  <���������   .'>. };i.Mi"ii, I nmn ������.,,  . Cowieh-  (niiiyion to IWW������U the  following de-  ^ JJn^'antl.  xfribt'd l������0f|t*:- l)iil.'nv.o*  1-luiid,  R, C. km������\������n tn Suit  Litgoon, and i  i|������iscril������������il lib follows;���������Oomineii. j  <dng ul n pohl planted tit tliv i-'oiitb-1  ea������t ('oriiHr ol'   [)i.-liiet  J.ot^Ili!  thenco Koiitlii'iutei'ly    Hb'ii(>   ihe \  shorn linn of tin; ^oiithci'ly op riejlit  liiilld bank of Hit til Ltiefonii   tu   lue  M.Hilhei.sli'l'iv shore or head !h.*r���������������  *r  uf, ihence nortlnvisteily  al  Mlifl HilttllfrUfni'ly n|p  titi* iioi'tliei'ly ov Ini'l. Intnd bunk ot  of >������lii������i i^ljiiioii, tlii'liec niii'thwost-  inml on   Vii'iuLu   l������nv,   Tt,iv������dav  It.*.  L'kifcu   will   (H*tiu;ii|   t-i   Jli.dy  Trinity Oliuruli nt V p, m,   Jtov. llm,  H. W, L.n'.'n-   wil fivtiel, 'li.-  ',,.,,,  o ini uprmon,  Mlriin Itodgo, No   11, nnd vi������itv /,'  brfthfirt: nr* inTitetl to utteinl.  Tjin-:. nt;n.so\\ w. m.  AUoit:--.).VV. liiiiilir, .*li-i:'y.  Dmjp .'   llUi'li t'lotlib)^, bin.'], t;  Mav 2l!b.  I  -o~���������-  i-rnlii'.s' and   fSoiitlfineii'i Snils   Made    o  f>n.f>r  from fty.n in S?;     Al! \\'nrlz Vir*t Olass  Londo.,,Mav ������������������,..-���������,��������� ,������������������������,:������       Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  Ibat on |:i,i   i-hiaetiiiy drnvvin^ ul    (^  leiriim it nu' iii.i���������.iii,*.i-iiiurit that   g������fliy������e������e������)*Mocca������c*������c   ������������c*������ceccrfic������ccfl><rttco  i rr|'l*'" U' I ti M Vl,,i     ll    I ) S (.J .M'.H*    I 'l)t||l l| ' MU4ili.������<#Wil.M*4IM *.**.���������*./*>  .**U***,mX*rtt.t-*IA'e ������������������ I.H������UI������������*W*"������ M'l*.U.l UHHl������������������W������l������l������l I ** * -������������������**.%** mm,*  \m  3  *������  3  I  ioiii-i will i o tiilie pun in the fun-, L,,     _   , _ .    ,.    ,        .. .  o-iji-n,11, Kiu, .iwwi.siMUiom, (Uh Dairyman From the Magnet iream Separator  ���������>4**>*'tlM.'M*^ia������������:aH#������t������ni^.*w-*',rit f*> nm'**,������mie***4itx  rrcpentiiipn.ri-. [dtiimnli itely    emiiinuiiieitle.J  wiih  ������������������*"''��������� *'���������' ' '-iliu.i..l ollice nnd vi.-or  t.  i  i' ''l.a ��������� wili lia*. i: a p..ui'  ii  wi'h i|i������'  "'���������v "*;������������������������������������''���������" Pacific Dilative Agency ���������^i:;.ri'."'-,',;'':;,.Trl,1,,nv  ���������nt or bend tn ���������J       *> . ment. wr.i tlm n-Kint il.ui n-pn'im  ODO tlnvyrnnicnl: >������i*.,    t;....v. *  \'ICT*t>W!A,   15. C- a Si ���������.iii������v"Vt.:iiiip������'l,     ThtfCum  .���������������,.,,.     .     . ..       ���������    , ...    I'udci'iakes all kinds ol' h-;ii'.-lvJjul, ���������,.),.,. i,(;inMll Ui*dny nut ������������������-  ,   ,     efly/don*,'Hind inii'Uicny   ot*   h'lr  ���������     ,    i . ,,.,,.��������� ,.,,,,.���������.    ..,,,i      '    ., . ,. . . '  ,        .  k  bolt, *     ; " J , mi.ui iH-tt ...li\e wotk,  mul   i*ein- ,���������|Jit!iii.lv u pi iii.ildiv'u.ai  taut the  jh.uid Imiik roa tm-jUil <m tin* north f xneroial   iiive.v^.aiious.   h:im!le.|'..(,|nni.'ii'..lilw wan .-e\..,eiy uikvi; iu  Jioi.on   i:ii''t'01  I'orpor.tti'ni* or individuals.  t.i*-������, it Iwinx poimul out   '.but re  "''���������''"��������� i I'tlU'ilU    ul      lltlutlll.0 lull,       JJilM    , p>l*M:llliillvi'.' ul X. ai.a'i.i     Wim    li.n.  Mll-IH'l'. illlii milltllinol'ji llll  ImatlOl-. )U*,S*J .Slllrljy COnlidcilM.'ll. , tuine       r\<'-limli''i'.l. i.i      tu    i-.\\n,.r.t , |jh'IJ  mrr*t*mmmmmt*~.m..m,m*.,,i.t*.,  1 iiiii ii I'linit iim, 1 own pnipni'ty in ovory I'rnviitou iu t'ii'i.itiii,  1 low t .'.im i ti ���������'���������i.iy I i-AAii M,v l.'nt'.r. I Am So id u������ n Hoik.  I Am .W.iili! ii lluudtiii, Oiiui'iu. 1 U������ IVrfeel iVmlt unit L.st n.  I.'f iiuui'. A )'iwt I'ird ta W. d. tiri'ivn, ShhIwk!: I'.-id Uino- will  liriutf .do tu i nur I'i.i* I'm' a lull lJjim ii.li iliu.i.    Vi.tiij   Tr-ly  ..Atta-a.*..-������H'������  .... *..i.,,mm������immmr-, -mmmmmtmmtmm  MAGNET   CREAM     SEPARATOR  liver,,  la^U'i'lv i lions of .-.aid  III.; Ui ul   pnilH ���������'.   iiM.liMi'  JMIIMWI...WI*I<������*"'.-'I'II''''I''-''''*"''II'''W'''W*'''*'W*'W'*'W'"'*      H������"������������������IK������������  ffto,nriWimm UTy-ajl    Imm'JXIUlmMmWXltlm-mWmm*^^ f*Aet>i  'I,IS  c.  my line to til" point i I' conttH'm  u;.i  ���������iie'l'  paper,, ini s.ie  ment itnd   eotitiiiltino   '.ID   iu'pi'm  Aiiiilieiiijl.  1 nn.ru or Ii'-j,  Xi'W'.o Helen  llll  ..... n.. ������������ .jCiiiuiiiitV M'linu n| |o,-i. Wt.'ie di.'urfv-j  l'< >K S.\ 1.1'���������Willimn Mntfr.n i**' 1112 oj nuuv coin.i.ii'i,iiiou uud   ihui,  I'l'.'paivd to Mipply b|.'���������.*);-! ami curd-  ������'.i'li M'-uiu-nt  nd  11 ;��������� < t   ln-.-'ii   I11"   f|^  miuij,    tlpiiei.i   loll   at    Die Ma,"  i""1   " i-nu., i ana ... ���������   ,,..���������.���������,  ���������  jl'.Ue',  M,ii*.:ll   Iht,  l'.'ltl.  ivrw^iri itmj ������jfi������Tw.ffrt������,*������jnr*'/ *rt'r*%-i'<tit,rjnun,r w������������auMi������*������nwif* i  -'t^-*t*tnx%Mml Af.tk.ntr. *. ***a*xA im**-^, *������-,.'<,���������*% ttn������fi-<i>iJHi>Mwiiiliii'nl  *y-t*m**my*m  > ��������� ���������" " ~ "  l\ WE hAYt: /'lONK-Y  .1  To itive*.' in .ch- M������ti:iM .;��������� ������ usition.   TlMLi-.k  l ( ) \l���������   H!  i ������*lt'Ur '' i '  L IA  n-i   \u  'li \U t.ANhS.  t.A  ill 'Our "u  ili  I Liviry    Stable   and  Stable.*,   will   Peeeivt  ���������' t.i'lltii'U,  :^������C^������&9M!>������.'?������#9^!2'J'JO  iDon't. FoY^p.t! ���������  IJ !|Th������ Maooaboes f  t      DAN033  \ihiutriclvV  lUl'* !l ������������������ ���������'���������'���������'��������� '"'��������� "'''���������i|''(-*':. wouurl  ,,.',,,.   ���������,   .cittt.-e iiiu.-t iiiip eiinulii ���������.-oiiiuu-'lt In ���������*  li! >'!'11ll     III * ; * I  1 :������������������ '������������������ ���������;  *-���������-'( A,  7 1,-fV  ^^������������������t'xHi  i -I  i  n  **t  in  ���������.*  ������t������"'cnt Company,  ;Ms*y-24th.  ���������jt-m-1  4  a  \  )  Foi: s.\LK   ;, ;*...������..���������^!,,,,.  t,.,-n.v 1'i.li ful ������������������ i< .  ,'.:���������; -i   <!.,   !'  J t    ���������       m  l***y,  T'J  ."    -Ill       Ifi       i!itm%i%   **       '-��������� 1  I-  tt   y-^Jl.ttmXr.  >'> ������''.*������: tti'VJATGl'-f  uv^1" i, ?��������� s;;f\v mvn  C. E.   DALRYMPLG  ALL KINDS ������)]? KIHST CLASS  .   .   i:ai!i:i:l'   woi.'K   .  .  i)..,,e.    I.n  Vi Uet*  Any.*.I.vie,  filVp   I'^t   A    f'AI.I,  Next Agricultural llall, Courtenay, B. (*  ! flt,'.. 'I t'.mm'-    ".it   *t'���������  OSm  :���������' * I . ��������� .;:.     Ak%\. ,,","t, Jt olt,  - - ��������� . .. i,i. i.i,  ."���������������/   .,��������������������������������� -  e* ,**,**.%/  v stir*  *'������������������ ���������������       ���������'*        - r, mt *.*  -.,*: Ai' ��������� > i'"M, tA'i.iijt,  -.*..        ,, ,',m..m *.**** ttma  kt.  t*. _- - - -  iml' mmmiimtmr.  ' i&r^-j**ii-m*,iMtMmt

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