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'i-t:  .-yww  I" ������������������ l"-wlJf  'f|"Wbe hadjn thft;;C3,i|yj;', ���������-, ������'*'^.^ ^.^ iiV_ _ ^i(_ ^ _ ^   k> .  < ���������   Three Lots on knights Road, clbie!to,it^������t'.ar���������|itie| only If,900.,'iSty'j  V'.'   *   il* '<���������' ?'*',;* i  ���������������������������*"~ffc*i**  ������?t***^m������������-**f^ V   '.  ���������   :r^*?^vx?*? v^i'I' %V'"���������?f-"^c^/^^f:T'^'^>^^''',���������^J':"':i*'.%' ''v^^^^  ,.; j u.  '- A\  THE   NKWS.   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA,  EVICTION IN IRELAND  FAMILIES   OUSTED   FROM   COT-  TAQES OF "FOREFATHERS.  .{Large Display of Armed Police���������Tenants Offer Stubborn Resistance���������  'Hurl Stones and Sticks at Their  'Enemies ��������� Tussle on the Rocks���������  ^Camera Fiend Has Lively Time���������  'Women Lead the Fray.  ^Evictions on the Leahy estate, at  Xilmacowan and Gowlane, near Cas-  ttletown, fierehaven, recently took  Kploce, when about a dozen holdings  were visited.  A stubborn resistance was offered,  ^notwithstanding the grotesquely large  ���������canned police force, to the number of  ������������������.���������close on 400 men.  - This excessive army ol constabulary, brougbi together at very considerable cost, for the purpose of eject-  , rang about two dozen families oi starving, peasants," bos been severely corii-  ���������Knented upon, and instead of being  frinstninien^al in the preservation of  jpeace, had ;the effect of driving the  tvery poorest - of Irish peasantry to  (desperation. (  Women ^Lose Their Heads.  At sight of the hated invaders the  ���������(���������women of the village lost their heads  ^completely. With shrill cries in Irish  yand English,. they rushed down on  Htfaeir laggard menfolk and told them  '-'what they thought of them for hang-  ftpg*back from the fight,.  At last the- men made a rush on  "ttiei-'pblice. But pelting rain, and the  ���������rttight of men-with rifles are poor helps  -to valor. The rush was a half-hearted  -.���������affair. ,Thcy came splashing-through,  ifche mtaddy Btreet, but stopped irresolute wt&n within a short distance of  .'ihe police.,..,..,, .  At this the women were ��������� terribly  .j-pnt out, and rushed on the police-  nmen themselves, courageous-' as suf-  -Haragettesr-shouting-^���������"English-dogST--  "''English cowards." They were  '^promptly -arrested, whereupon they  tshrieked a3 they were in the arms of  tHie policemen, "Dirty English cow-  .-ards, would you hit a woman!" The  ^policemen took it very well, used the  vwomen with as little roughness as  ^possible, and released tbem later,  'Photographers Victims.  "Then occurred the most exciting in-  ���������Vsident. A party of villagers, about  ttwo dozen altogether, had climbed to  ���������tlhe top of some rocks overhanging the  'Staouses where the evictions were tak-  ���������afcng place. From here they comraenc-  ved to hyrl 'jdown good-sized . stones  irnnd heavy Bticks. A party of police  o-atormed the rooks and had quite an  veventful time before they managed  Uo reach the top; .-'��������� - Here \they.; tell  Tipon1 the' wild' JriHhinen, and, Mtef, a  Ibusiness-like tussle'- on ,top"*bf'the  rocks; in view of tho whole excited  '���������Tillage, managed to arrest the men.  There wero a few comic interludes.  The army .of police waa followed by  ���������..* rear-guard of amateur photograph*  '���������< ers, anxious to got snapshots.   They  ; were fair game to Uie infuriated wil-  "imagers.   What they .could not do to  Mho police they did to the cameras,  .,,; end. every amateur who tried to get  H,������ picture when the trouble was hot-  ,:'Aeat had his instrument promptly tak-  K������n from him and danced upon, Fragments of plates and cameras strowod  Klhe muddy road.  i  - ii ( p  ^Explorer Enters Psrllamsnt.  "The. young Kasf of Ronaldshay has  been returned unopposed to the Houso  of OoramonB for the borough of Horn-  ���������aey, Ho stood in the ^Unionist inter-  eel, and the Liberals did not put forward a candidate.      '..,.'  BcBidos being   a politician ol no  mean ability, ho ia also a sportsman  and traveler of ronown,   Ho has ex-  bptorod ihe   Himalayas   thoroughly,  'and is-quite at homo in that majestio  * sregioi������:.ol the otornal soowb. On tho  '"fingers" ol one hand could be counted  ' tlMno Englishmen  who know moro  Jatyjut Persia than ho does.   He hiuj,  *in;tn������t, ������fl practical working knowl-  ��������� wdge*' of all tho northwout, north and  mortheost borders of India, extending  ifrom Persia to Tliibot.  yiio results of his travels in theso  ittftlrttog lands arc to bo found In two  Uooks, "Sport and Politics Under an  Eastern 8ky" and "On the Outskirta  of Empire in Asia." Lord Ronaldshay  was for somo time on Lord Ourson'a  ���������tat! in India, and somehow or other  ono cannot holp seeing in him a future riooroy,  .   - ���������   . .    ', .  Nobis "Black Sheep."  It Is only (air to say that "black  atiitwp" in *lm T.i.tli,ih uouao of LcnL  nre not mora niimenwis than In other  walks of life. Home of the blackest  'Of the (look are those whose crimes  never reach the newspapers.  About two years ago one of   the  ���������neandala that afllict all Highly organic.  ���������**. .ind wotltby nnrdet.len hnfnmn pnh-  He'In aohsaijuohoe of prooodures bo-  lore a eriminal court. In the course  ���������of this trial oorrespondenoe was im-  Cunded in whioh the names of no  is than six peers were implicated,  fUaokmau* to the extent of 1300,000  was paid by one of them to tbe ao*  mam to prevent the mention of hia  name. As for the other five peers, the  dccMon of a eommittee. composed of  m law officer of the Grown, a ronresen.  ���������ative of the King, and a Cabinet  Minister, was that It was better that  no prosecution should take plaee, as  the ptiblie eoandal would be so great  ma ie eonntsrbalanee the advantages  vol-bringing to JuaUei a group of eor-  ���������wmM tNbaoeheea^-lfweid Whit*, to  mmttymoiy'a..   ..   .   .  Netbing you can wear cmti you *o little in real  teafort, leal tank* and teal tatufaclioa u  Pen-Angle  Guaranteed  Underwear  wstttatmi to'rem b������- tha Adtt. br tb* B*Wt to  him., Fonn-fitUd fee caafpt i mIk; won't tttntch.  wnat ahriak. Mtdt ia our fabric, ud ttwlti,  at toriaut uica, ia fono-fittan m lot wocart,  ���������Ma ud dtsUna., Trtck-auikcd k nd w tbar*.  Britain's Debt to France.  One of the chief debts to France is  that she,-.nouses.1 our ideas, trnjir*  forms them, makes them her own,  just as she transplanted and transmuted the flower of the renaissance  in an earlier day. With all our national vanity "we never dispute the  parentage. It is only territory and  d1''om������tic prestige and commerce  about which we quarrel with our  "sweet enemv."  Back Talk.  "No. I wouldn't, join that club. It's  too full of stupid idiots."  "You're mistaken. There's always  room for one moro."  Minard's . Liniment    Cures    Diphtheria.  Doctor���������Have you consulted anyone else?  Patient���������I went to see a chemist  and he told me���������^  . Doctor (interrupting)���������Don't tell  me that you asked advice of a chemist: No-onerexcept~a-lunatic~would  take  the  advice  of a chemist.  Patient���������I was about to say that  he told me to come to you.���������Cardiff  Times.  SUMMER AILMENTS  Oan  *3est  Be  Banished  by  Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People  In summer your biood gets thin  and watery. You feel simply  wretched���������tired, worn out, dull, your  neryes are irritable, yotff whole system is put of gear. There is just one  medicine that will give you Btrehgth  and vim to endure the fag of even  the-hottest days���������Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. They have helped thousands;  Perhaps.your .neighbors.have already  told-you they*, have- helped them,  .flfhey-afe the ' Tnedioina;���������'-"��������� that makes  that pure, rich, red blood that everyone needs for good health���������they  never fail to do that. Mrs. L. A.  Carriere, the popular stewardess of  the Jacques Ortrtier club, Montreal,  Que,, says: "For two years I was a  constant sufferer ' from general debility. The least work fatigued me  and sometimes I could not work at  all. I could not raise my hand  above my head without fooling pains  in all my muscles. I was very weak  and sometimes became so dizzy that  I would fall unlesB I could lean  ngainBt something for Bupport, While  in this condition I was advised to  try Dr, Williams' Pink Pills., I ������'id  bo and by the time I had taken nm  boxes I was in perfect health, and  nm now, able to look alter all .hy  duties without tne least fatigue.  When I beq-an taking the Pills I was  a groat 8ufforor~today I feel as if I  never was ill���������thanks to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills strike  right at the root ol anaemia, debility, rheumatism, indigestion, the s<c  ret ills of women find growlntt girls,  etc, whon thoy moke new blood���������  they do just that ono thing, but they  do it well���������good blood always brings  good health. Sold by all medicine  dealers or by mall at 60 contn a box  or six boxos for $2,50, from The Dr,  Williams' Modiolus Co,, Brockville,  Ont,  mmmmmwmmmmmimmtmmimmm  A Msn fating Canal.  Perhaps tho groatost waste of human  life ovor recorded was caused by the  cutting of a caur.l lu China. Tbe work  was bogun In 1825, and. though tbo canal was tweuty-throo miles long, olgbty  feet wide and twolvo foot deep and  passed through forosts and marshes, It  was finished lu six wooks from Its beginning. No lower than 20,000 men  worked at It day and night, and 7,000  died of fatigue.  DODDS  KIDNEY  ',, PILLS  * M    I     '������.        f) I   .������ A< ..  W,  N.  U.  No. #4T  THE LONDON "BUS."  Favorite Vehicle of British Metropolis  Severity  Crjtlciied. i  Did you evoi* aee ti fat man losing  ground as he runs to catch a train?  Probably. ��������� If��������� so you have seen the  nearest human equivalent to the  speed of a London omnibus. The London omnibus���������or "bus." as it is commonly termed���������is notva thing to be  considered lightly. There is something  so solemn and awe-inspiring in its  steady lack of speed that words fail  the passenger who fain would hurry;  and anyway his thoughts could have  no legitimate expression under existing laws.  The fat man losing ground while  running to catch a train is liable to  an attack of. heart failure. So is the  London 'bus passenger who feels that  a train must be caught, or that a  destination must be reached within  any given time.  ��������� After one' has seen a London 'bus  he realizes the mechanical ideal that  has inspired designers of challengers  for the America's Cup. The 'bus is  built on solid,- substantial, British  lilies, resisting^obstructions to tbe last  degree���������air, water and mud.  For centuries the world has known  and respected the resisting qualities  of the British troops. When they have  met their "foes, have they wavered cr  faltered in fighting every inch of the  ground? $Tever! Something "has got  to bust" when Britons go into action  ���������sometimes the Britons themselves,  but the balance of victories ia on  their side.  The London 'bus is British from its  rain swept top seats to the plaee  ���������where > the springs ought to be, and  when it meets-, a sea of mud, think  you it-fears to give battle? Not while  it hangs together! Onward plunges  the gallant 'hue through torrents of  garment wrecking substance; bouncing, bumping,- lurching, Bhaking,  palpitating,. hea**ing. rocking from  end to end. and side to 6ide���������an, invaluable training for an ooean voy-,  "ajge-^-imd .at. the end of a" few hours  reaches' a point somewhat, nearer its  'destination- than-it~was-bef ore- starting���������unrecognizable  but triumphant.  Agassiz, pre-eminent as a naturalist,  after seeing a. single detached bone,  could reason .out the whole structure  of the.animal of,,whioh that bone had  been a part. What Agassiz was to animal life all Londoners are to vehicles.  They see a fearsome mountain of mud  approaching. The' foreigner thinks it  an evidence of a landslide, but even  the small Londoner knows it to be a  *bus, and the expert adult can tell by  the texture of the mud what route it  has passed over. ���������  If that brilliant but misguided map  maker Napoleon Bonaparte had bad  a loyal fleet ��������� of' London 'buses wiien  he 4rie4 to cre^f the English Channel  Admiral Nemo's, name would have  appeared ,oply^  val hit' "  that  eral boatloads of men well qualified  to drive 'buses/ and 'their resolute  methods of driving through obstacles  wen Trafalgar and mridfc famous the  saying, "England expects every man  to do his duty/T  Although the all conquering spirit  of the London 'bus has imbued British armies for hundreds of years the  symbol itself bas not been used in  warfare. However, the War Office and  the Admiralty may yet advocate the  use of squadrons and batteries rf  'buses to dislodge future enemies from  exceptionally strong positions. Water-  loos and Balaklavas could be won  easily with 'buses to do the charging.  What would a few thousands of mere  men avail before. vehicles that, had  bidden bold defiance to London  streets? ,  Port Arthur would hoist the white  flag whon It heard the 'buses coming. Gibraltar, if in other hands than  English, would toko to its heels.*-  New York Herald,  ������   " '   i'i i   i' ���������  I The Lottery In Atiitrls.  "In Austrla-nnnjtry," writes a Vienna correspondent to ��������� paper In Hnm������  burg, "playing In the various lotteries  is so gonoral that the peoplo who do  not buy a 'chance' or a fraction of one  for ovory drawing are exceptions.  When a man makea hia calculations  for the year's expenditures a certain  ���������Amount Is charged to tho lottery pc-  i'ount wltb tho same belief as to the'  necessity for the Ihrostmont as though  It woro rent, oeiil or church does, In  addition to tho Individual ploying  many men and womea are members of  lottery associations, to wblcb they contribute a certain ism annually, for  which Uioy imrtlclpate wltb tbo other  membors In the various drawings.  Sometimes when pooplo of moderate  moans have gambled for yeara without  m*r.ium uu������ u'Uiu tot their lavcatnicnt  thoy atop. Tint there ere thousands  wbo hnvo not yot made tho firnt stop  ,wlio nro rocnllod to the mnlu by Itoma  such ns tbls, whlob appeared last week  In a Vloona pupori The flrat prlxo in  tbo Hungarian class lottery, valued at  600,000 marks, wat won by a lottery  association In Warsaw. Tbo association has twenty-four raemhora, nil  poor."1 ������������������  Thoro nre 200 species of roses In existence, though perhaps not more than  fifty clearly defined families. Of these  families only two art of American  birth. Thoro nro thousands of nineties, howovcr, and of those our enterprising rose growem have contributed  by far tho largest proportion. Tbt  eagerly sought'biact, rose Is still an*  produced, though a New York florist  hot a dsrk red om which la some  lights bat the appearance of black ret*  How We Contribute I  ���������Mrs.     Gould���������Now,    About    that;  charity ball we are going to.   Give  me "a cheque for' ������25.  .-Mr.   Gould���������But,   my   dear   girl,  isn't that rather a big contribution  to charity?  Mrs. Gould���������Don't be stupid,  George., It's for the frock I'm going  to wear at |t.���������The Throne.  They���������-,Cleanse the System Thoroughly���������Parmelee's Vegetable Pills clear  the stpmach and bowels of bilious  matter, cause the excretory vessels  to throw off impurities from the blood  into the bowels and expel the deleterious mass from the body. They  do this without pain or inconvenience  to the patient, who speedily realises  their good offices as soon as they begin to take effect. They have strong  recommendations from all kinds * of!  people.  Mr. Jogtrot���������I don't want this  horse. He hasn't any sense at all.  Every time he sees an automobile be  wants to climb a tree.  Dealer���������Well, that's good horse  sense, it seems to me.���������Chicago  News.  ������������������&.'  Saves time, because it  makes  ironlnjg  easier.  Saves linsn, Because It *.  g^'SBabetterglosswith .1  half the !ron-rub6lng. ']  baves bother, because it  needs no cooking... juat  ���������ayes'* jr*  Holloway's Coin Cure destroys ill  kinds of cornB and warts, root.and  branch. Who then would endure  them with suoh a cheap and effectual  remedy within reach?  Old Foggs���������In this natural history, Thomas, it stateB-tliat a thrush  feeds its young no fewer' than two  hundred and six times a day. What  have you to say to that?  Thomas���������Wish. I was a young  thrush.���������Illustrated Bits.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper.  "I saw Jinx yesterday and he was  running down your auto at a great  rate."  "You should have seen him day  before yesterday."  "Why?"  "My auto was _running him^ down  at a~ great rate."���������Houston Post.  A smaU boy with an inquiring turn  of mind looked at his father earnestly, and asked:  "Father, what are wrinkles?"  "Fretwork; my son, fretwork," replied paterfamilias contidently ���������  Philadelphia Inquirer.  , Two men were coming into Denver j  from a nearby town on a local train  the-other day. The train stopped  every five minutes, it seemed, and  one of the men became impatient.  Finally, ��������� when the train halted for  the engine-to get up steam, the man's  .impatience overflowed.  S "Now, what do you think of thia  train?" he said to the other.  "It isn't'making much progress,"  repliedi his .friend.  ''Progress I " I   should   say   not,"  said the impatient man,   "It would,  be a fierce job to take a movinc pic-;  ture  of this  train,"���������Denver  Poet. ,i  Realism as He Saw It  Miss Yern���������Of course, you've read  that riejw love story of his1?}'  Crabbe (book reviewer)���������Yes, I had  to.    Very realistic, wasn't it?  Miss Yern���������Nonsense! The dialogue between ��������� the two, lovers was  positively silly.  Crabbe���������Well?���������Philadelphia Press.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.  Registrar���������Lady's name, please.  Nervous Young Man���������Lydia Amelia Jones.  Registrar���������Spinster?  Nervous Young Man���������Oh, no, sir;  typewriter.���������London Tatler.  Its Power Grows With Age���������How  many medicines loudly blazoned as  panaceas for all human ills have  come and gone since Dr. Thomas' Kc-  lectric Oil was first put upon <he  ,market? Yet it remains, doing more  "good td humanity than many a-preparation more highly vaunted, and  ext"en"ding~its"virtues~wider"and"wider-  anii in a larger circle' every year.  It is the medicine of the masses.  Owner of Motor Car (to chauffeur)  ���������Have you a recommendation from  your last employer?  Chauffeur���������No, sir, but I can get  one in the course of a month or so.  Owner of Motor Car���������Why the delay?  Chauffeur���������He's in hospital.���������Tit-  Bits.  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratchea and  every form of contagious Itch on human or animals cyred In 30 minutes  by tWolfcrd'a Sanitary Lotion.  Teacher���������Freddy, you must not  laugh out loud like that in the  schoolroom.  Freddv���������I didn't mean to do it. I  was Bmiiing when all of a sudden  the smile busted.���������New York Times.  ���������Aml-'M^Z  <#1������0  :'jmw**'  ti'  ���������**y*  THE RECORD  ADMIRAL  FURNACE  fills the demind for a furnace possessing the largest amount of grate surface in proportion to the  diameter ot the top of the  fire pot. It possesses all  the advantages of a return flue construction.  The "Admiral" has  the largest ash pit of any  furnace on the market,  thus permitting the free removal of ashes,  Wood or coal may be burned in the "Admiral furnace.  Write for Catalogue  fill WCOWFOWORY^. MACHINE CO.  ifonftwat MONCTON; N.ft 6 MOKTWEAL,ftQ,|  IN  Sales Brsnchai at MONOTON, N.B.I    MONTREAL    P.C  :j^Tg~dNt;fwwNrpfcti/MAN'.i oaloary, AUT?  VANCOUVER, 0.0.  ������"WWI  I tat  OUT  DOWN  MEATS   AND  PASTRIES  IN   TNI   SUMMER   DAYS   AND  SHREI  It wfll Hm up yauriYt*  tern and supply ths nourishing, health ��������� giving  properties necessary le  withstand the enervating  effects of hit weather.  Try ailOUIT with Freeh fruits tf Oreamed Vegetable!  Aft Ortcarv.   tie ��������� Oartenj t fer Ma.  A    m-f ^ * *.^ *  A' \  b    i  WHEN Marie Antoln������tte-*eoa������������e  Queen of France, so runs the  story, she,shocked her courtiers  and 'ignored   tradition  by calling iii a man to dress her hair  and  invent the  coiffure  a la  Marie  Antoinette.  Leonard, the hairdresser, was an  artist In his line, and he took the  fair   tresses   of  the  lovely  Austrian,  -drew-them-over,.a-tr������>llis-of_.flne_wlre,   introduced a cushion or two; and  finally hullt a tower almost a foot  high, which he topped with a nodding ostrich plume.  ��������� Now, I: we are to believe the prophecies of the fashionable hairdressers  of -today, the American woman of  1807 bids falr0to follow in the footsteps of the fair but unfortunate  French Queen,  Coiffures are becoming more and  more elaborate. What our French  ���������brethren call "postiohes" (which, as  near as we can come to lt, mcana  something false or superadded) are  being used ln their construction, and  lf this Btate of affairs continues, we  . will bo constrained .to follow the example of the Japanese ludy who indulges Jri a frosh eolffuro once a  month and sleeps on a block to prevent the disarrangement of her nlr-  , Bute ediflcfi.'  iV    <\A,..   ....      ... ,  LlttlcThatsare at the root dr tho  matter. A small bat shows all the  ugly lines of the head, and there are  'few women with hair enough (oven  If It could possibly be twisted into  the desired shapes) to nil out all the  places that need Ailing, and so we  must needs buy finger puffs.  Must Match Your Hair Exactly  Ot courso, th������ linger puffs can be  made from combings of your own hair  If the combings are In good ahapi and If  you have a skilful manufacturer of hair  goods In your own neighborhood, Otherwise it Is well to buy your puffs ready  made,  Go to a reliable hair dealer and see  to it that the puff matches your hair  exactly, 8lngle puffs are convenient, aa  they can be adjusted to suit the individual taste, but one of tho beat colt-  fours In the oountry recommends the  mW/&.er fib  tACmGsp  chignon puff aa bolng tho moat satisfactory nil around. This Is made on a  little wire frame with fonder A v������; fluff a,  which can bo dressed dally,  Women.who are blessed with curly  hair by naturo should never conao to  five thanks for it, and jlnoe ourle are  Mlrable, whether natural .pr artificial,  w-iy your finger puffs ofeurtjuwlr,  If your pompadour la prone to fall flat  / r droop into ugly llnea, tho Anger p jffs  'mnre especially tho ones mado from  surly hair) can he ruffled up and pinned  under the hair na pompadour plumpora,  Thoy are lighter, mora comfortable and  give a far prettier and more graceful  effect thnn any of the numerous ���������Vi'SV'  of wire or hnlr that have been used for  tha purpose. .  Vor an Indoor coiffure tho Anger puff*,  may be plnnod almost anywhere that  suits the fancy of. the wearer, They  must be pinned securely, of course, ond  now thore aro shown tiny bunches of  ouris-nve or less In a "bunch-whloh  arc pinned on top of the. hood to give a  finishing touch to an elaborate arrange-  "\VTtenthe Onuer puffs are to be used  fer their primary purpnaa-the fl'llni  mt of ugly r������P������ that are ravoiitd by a  narrow hst���������pln your.'hat'owflrst.'then  tune a hand-mirror ami .study your da-  flcloiidtoB carefully, When you have  roaohod a dooiaton, ��������� pin the > puffs in  plaoo, ,  Uso long wire hairpins; and faaten the  Suff securely at each aide; * Alao pm your  atptna through the-puffs to the. hat.  for fur bettor to havo had no fltiger  putts at all than to be suddenly bereft  of them In the attest,  ^Whon the laavpuff Is In plsce, study  tha effect again by ihe aid of your mirrors, and If jill. Is satisfactory, adjust  ARJORT was alone, except fbr*"i;>* <������.*.m--,  ber dollies and. playthlrigo, < V  Cook wat home, but then that*  al  your voir, and go'forth  ..-    ..    A-Vyj,���������   *  ll  her'.Tli  up  ir veil,  to-dal*  .ears/u  ... .  _ Ja-rnrt oecomlni  A .careful woman will take-ano   of her finger puffs; Bhe wlll^oil them  ./  th rejoicing Ip.an   jjng cplffur*. > .  ul woman will take-apod care  ngjr puffs.' Bhe wlll^oil them  oyer hor.lingers, of course, to keep  thorn In shape, and aha will bruah them  to keep thom smooth, When her Anger  puffs ire not in use she will not toss  tham pell-mell into her ton drawer to  await Uie next wearing, instead, ahe  wlllhave a speoial plaoo to keep (hem,  fo that there will beno danger of turn*  even have a ssehat for tham, In whioh  i?.2L������?.n be wruppwl 8.nd **?*<��������� J������et a  sugi-wtlon of hsr favorite perfume.*  ���������.i',V:*v^'������������������"���������,' :%���������,,'  'K0^ki%M  kitchen wag so far ateey'from the emrA,^  ery that she wasn't any oompahrr at etf; i';  She heard Polly in the sUtleg rooia, ���������  squawking to herself: "Potty wanta a,.  cracker!   Folly wapts a eracktrl"  .  "I declare, If I haven't fsnettes Per**  '."'  laughing merrily.  Alflf the,  ehlng V  a phene  _ isr hiai.  answer the phonal  "Hel or     S!L  m*Vtir/*OrV  Bring. Out l$fym  SAVINQHINTS  AitoSlecvei  ABB your sleeves bothering you be*  causa thty look out of data? If  so, Just nota sons of tjko fashlM  piaiea anu ������������������������ mumi ,<*���������> -*������������������ *���������*��������� 'V*V-  a Mttte IngenMHy.- Wrat, If *i*nsv ara et  that variety worn comparatively recent*  If. "boggy" at ths band and small at  the top, turn them upsloa down and  add a modern cuff or band. Tbsy mar  nasd a little placing right at ths seams,  <vtt4U*J.Uttw*, Ut, ti'ill Sere, fWs rrnaa  never show. It thay are merely tight.  Insertion or vortical bands will remedy  ths evil. Or, possibly, thay may be  tnektd or gathered In somewhere, if  ao, 1st all this elt and press wall so  that the old atltchtags will jot stew, ....  and try cutting a new sleeve. Don't fee! ������jnsy  distressed if tha under aide la not quite   ���������****  When Catches' Come Out  WHBN   eatehss   oome   out   or  gloves, It is not necesasry to  'A Troublesome Sum  discard the, gloves, by any  means, for thay oan ts put baok again  unless.they have torn the piece trovn  which thay have oom*. DOJ not bo die*  esursged u, oa eaeinuatag Um aum t������u  by lh. difiattetS cntrti, tt sroirif twlre  as large aa the catch Itself. This Is  probably merely because tt la stretched,  aad will not make any dlffsrsms in tbe  rsplMlag. With a line needle and cotton, nbt silk, ovsrosst tho hole ln small  ettwaae. ttui avtua t������iy d**-* iuiw CU  "Arlthmatle,"JM.ium remarked,  *~ ." B9* ��������������� Willie's wa������r  If Si ohatjee. most terribly  IMI pussie him t-day.  A Acincuy lur viuon vsuure  r  nuitti  "As ha declares that figures are  tTs? n***e hnnei tmind hs.4  ������W������ aava h*������ Wa tha rule ef |������  _ And ao It's my design.    .  To snow his taacher that ha ia  And ao It's my design.  .. snow his taacher that  A youngster asl-f.1  ..Cost Willie, tell Immenssi  He said he'd known no harder t  ta. wmTsawa^'-*^  em*A win ^i^l^l^,,���������,,Jt"5r ,���������  '���������*���������,. ri^M*T(u ��������������� th* fi������iW������ fnTidw ihiodar  ��������� tennr tsan tat umt t**.it*������ tin **imim  ������n "\t* kiiw w*i*i ftnoet        '  ��������� A use!ul anM f tmny filnt' Onfons  i at* palaiabla and nuirttwus when prep-  *t\y eookei (alwaya In .wq wet*ra>. The  **rvaalva and obstinate odor left In tha  house and upon hands pnd breath ban������  Jory, parching Polly on her ahouideiv  ran to the phene ana took down the.ym*'  ���������MHevoii* *  MsrjorV J^lspewd ''lleiro'' t* Pellyi  Polly souswhadT-Hellel hallol heltol6*  "Who's thersr' was the next duea*  warjerr murmured lew, and the Pear*  ahrialtM, "Polly Brewnl Polly BaMmti  Polly Drownr /    .    , ���������       ���������    ��������� *   n a  "Kb, Mr. hrown's daugbur^. I ne**  Sume," answered the voice.  '  Thftfe &:������**"*  Sust'then PeWeaught etelU et rtdox.  who always teased her, "Oo 'way, de������i  do 'way. you mean dog I" ins screamed*  "jpH*  i*t  Draw the^hole up start   and care-  A Word of PrtUe  work  Is  dons  aad  osrsfully.  or the material  Do You Know Thh Catchf |   .  , fc      ��������� ^     , , t  \LZ\ r? r^JeiVyitZ^  N Straight with the goods a. you WMild    ������ *^%#$, tf fc^jRil  should he wrappwt around the clasp two  ������? H>re* V*&J2J**&* *" ******* aad  like to hava It, if It ccwes out Ntttr  that way. Make the rent ef your sleeve  caretulty and give it a good touch. Na  ���������ae will actios the uodtr side, aad the  ���������era* yea yoomU f org st U the beOu  erftjreiiwIIlM. ������    ..  Um tbi-eadjlnl  this question t  "I was traveling In AMea One vepr  ������*, conUlnlna,   ������MWnsr Twes������ f������T<sr ������mmjh mU  "  vt��������� m~- Jeter, aa Will 9* m, W, (WUeaasia).  hel eefTee, New. which of    -Tw* taetaes for create dfisslng wtth*  alvan In r~   ��������� * ���������  aW!  *f  i brought    .  aherMU ������n  sa a cap n    the four de ymi think i ohoeel" t  qatSThaa ewfpaned oenpany mm  thegteve.  three gtaaaes, conUlnlna.  gend^wiTespty, raaafarlagly, ������** f jm teamen et'  out ������aaa airs _  .Ja ~(M  aasae  I POI.LY ifAKtffO UlAClUAWm' ^-    /.  ^ss* t������ffiasa������aweai'������ im *-m  aKsni :.V?'  J^LNMSl.^UMBSREASD,  FHmsiT CGEDM5T3C  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  Issued Every Tuesday.  J.   A. Bates,  Editor and  Proprietor.  Tbu ooluujutt ot 'fax Nxwh-ara ������ie-i to .til  who wish to bxpruss therein views or matters of public iuureaC.  Whlto we do u���������t hold .araelvw re������.> msi-  ble for tlio utterances of correapoudwiiw, we  rmerve thu right ul deohuing tu iuser;.  o .atuiuuioaiiuuu uuueoessarily persoual.  '  TUESDAY,   SEPT. 34,  1907.  Last year tho '   city council    wore  very anxious to secure for the people  a. pork and recreation ground    Uat  wuulu   l<e a credit' to tho city     lor  years     to    come.   The   lion.  jnines  Dunsmuir,wus approached  by  lojwc-  scntatives   and several  sites      wero  given  from  which  to  mako  achoiee,  ainoi'K thom was tho grounds oast ot  the school. ��������� Alter wiro-puliing I y tux  payers and  serious  consideration (?)  by the Mayor and Aldermen tha old  grounds'   'where   hundreds <,f rtollurs  had been-Bpent'was passed by uui a  bi to to tho east and south of thc city  wus chosen,   it * is a most   :������s.>*ui>!e  piece of land and     was a handsome  gilt to     the    city.    It would make  quito a   jrice park but for a recreation     ground   for football, baseball,  and racing, is     uot an' improvement  on   the   old grounds     where     these  sports had been held for years,   and  will uot be until such t nn* *js n*.ver-  ei thousand dollars of wort is clone  on it, then it is true it would i u an  ideal   place, but    far away tt-nui ihe  camp..  Whon the gift was received there  was a lot ot talk about having tho  citizens turn out and clear i-oiiu of  it .up right-away and next .\oar i hen-  would be some money to sr*'������ 1 "..pon  if.; So far this joar ue h.i.'e h<ard  ot no plans in the c >>incil inciting  about spending any money to make  the glft.inoro   handsome.   \U������������t    a  ���������wonceriuL appreciation :,    ror-n-bly I  -the jnatter will be allowed to rest in  abeyance for a couple of years, thon  the doner will be probaoly isfced to  either give back the     nld'   ���������������������������i'i- 'tion  ��������� grounds to the city r 1 ������r ;*. uy to  clear the stumps nwny so that  sports.could be hold thoro. It l*as  been suggested that tho mayor hc.ve  somo of the "lncapablos" serve a little time occasionally in tho n't.ivtsts  of the city. -In thc menntl-uo we  would like to hear some pinna as to  the.future improvement.  To-morrow the loader of the Opposition in the Dominion Houso, Mr.  Borden, will, addrcse his conservative  admirers and llboral friends in Victoria.  Mr, Borden's trip wost-has been  wotchod with groat intorost. Ho is  not dealing in abuse, Innuendoes and  campaign exaggerations but has  shown that thoro nro somo important matters that can bo discussed  without mttlico and dobated without  acrimony.  Ho id apparently ���������laying a foundation upon which tho 'Conservatives  can build party success In tho future.  Tho two grant parties of Canada  can woll feel proud of loaders like  Hlr WlUtld Laurlor and Mr, llordon.  Iloth nro honorablo mon both in private and public llfo and both have  brought politics to n higher piano,  nnd thore is still room for much improvement. ,  Tha Liberal Association tliwufth*-  out the country nr<- nominating relegates to tho noxt Llboral u invent ion  to be held In Vapeouvnr M'tor Borden has captured the, rote tor tbo  next general election' uy hlu m-priuls  tn tho patriotism and inonl mtmi of  the clcctoruto,  .���������'���������������������������       *  A gentleman claiming to he nn Insurance agent struck town lust wook  and madu things lively (or n coupla  of days, First dny ho trod tho high  tmulen path with champagne associates, and Incoming tlrod of this ho  mixed with the small hoys nnd girls  who piny tho st roots nnd nniimml  them by making some of them "mil'  llonnros" llko himself. Mimy a cMlri  had Its fonst of candles from tho  store lstt-r on tu their hearts' ������un-  tont. All of which Imniw out tho  prlncinlo that, whon monoy-wl r.-*������.n  visit tho city It means a dlstr.lbu-.  tion of wealth to thoso who ������u������ 'iu������-  iness with them.  The following true story will give  ono an Idea of the kind of fruit land  that In boln1; put on tlio uinrl������>t In  Tlrltlsh Cnlumbln.'Afl npnrty nt atir-  veyora wore walking along tho rall-  wnv tmetr tn thatr work thev wore  atnrtled liy a atone corning down tho  Ml, fuiioMvd by ointthvi umi Horn io  the mid?' of on avalanche of mc!.*.  n mnn. fhey rah'over tn soo if he  was hurt nnd as he got slowly up Ik*  aaid, "That I* the third time    I've  fallen ont of that ���������  orchard this  morning.���������itie lwu������r������in������ Hum*, A\nn,  Items like the above aro ealeulatcd  to Injure liritish Columbia. True  aome of the fruit lands ore In moim-  tnnlons dlatricU but tlm sntno ran-  _ Fresh Fruit  On Wedncaday and Tluusdny  of etch week we have fruit.  Call and give us a visit,  D. Iluadern  Hotel  English 4 x BURTON always ou tap      also, tlm famous MILWAUKEE!  BBK11S���������Anlmtiser. Bf.bsmiwi, Sohlits, &o.      "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  Tho B>>ardiug ami Lodging D partmervt, under the immediate superintendence.of Mra  Dav ia, will be tou d Kirnt ulastt iu ovory reapeut. ^  RATES, .      *.        ......      $1 oo per day upwards.  The Right Price  ;    FURNITURE STORE  As tbe result of a recent judicious purchase a new lot of furniture arrived this week.   We sell nt prices to suit nil pockets.  "REPAIRING'A SPECIALTY,'  J. H. COLLINS, Cumberland.  Special Offer  ��������� 30 Days -  We  offer, the following'   High  Grade and popular  "Charter Oak Ranges"  delivered tit Uuiuhesland Wharf  in thc following sizes at prices  given heluw ������������������    .  We guarantee these Ranges to be  perfect bakers and  give, absolute satisfaction or money refunded.  No 8���������4 hole, oven.J4 x 20 x 13 at $40  No 8���������6 hole, oven 14x 20x 13 at $44.  No 8~6. hole, oven 18 x 30 x 13 nt $52.  .' ^?^^Tsoisr*3^:oa-K*E!Gh6ia. victoria,���������'  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling at   North Saanich  Cowichan Bay   Maple Bay, Crofton,  Kuper and Thetis Islands when freight  or passengers offer,  Leaves Nana,mo Tuesday, 5 p.m., for  Union Bay and Comox.  Leaves Coniox Wednesday 8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m., for  Coinox and way ports.  Leaves Gomox Friday, 7 a.ni., for Nanaimo and way pons.  Siils from Nanaimo Friday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria, Cciilinjj at Kuper and Theus  Islands, Crofton, Maple Bay, Cowichan Bay and North Saanich when  f^elijht and passengers offer  North Saanich when tide and weather  conditions  permit.  VANCOUVER - NAJNAXMO - LAD?-  SMITH. ROUTE  S.8.     "0OAKT."  Sails trom   Vancouver  for   Nanaimo  daily, except Sundays, at 1 30 p.m. .  Sails from   Nanaimo ' for-  Vancouver  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m  TIME TABLE  EFFECTIVE  Monday, October 1st, 1906  "NO RTH~BOUNl>=R?ird ymF"  Fassougei  Xruius  Daily  Stations. No. 1  Steel Rang<  Fresh air is introduced into  the Kootenay oven through a.  series of vents at the bottom  of the oven door, and the  cooking" fumes carried out  through another series of  vents at the back of the oven.  (Arrows in  illustration  show method  ���������"of ventilation.)  X The air in tho  oven is always  kept pure. The  natural flavor  of every  article is  completely  retained  Everything  tastes most  delicious.  FREE  Booklet  anrequeBt^^^^^^;^^^^^,  Viotoria,  . Ruut>eiu,  ShaWDigan,  '<  Cobble Hill,  Cowiohan,  Koksilah,  Duauiiii'tt,  SomenoB,  WeiMiqline,  Ohemainua,  Ltilyhiniih,  South Wellington,  Nanuiniii,  Welliujtlon,   ''  De. 9.00  9.04  10.17  10.22  10.40  10.48  10 53  11 00  11.07  U.I8 ���������  11 .'12  11.57.  12.ia ,  , I'iA.tti  At-1'2.53.  Sunday  Wed.  Sat.  No. 3  Do, 10.00  10.04  17.13  17,18  17.30  17.41  17.47  17.58  18.10  18 aa  is as  18.55  * isua  ,   10-.m  Arll>,4IL  Teaming  I am prepared to  furnish Stylish Rigs  and do Teaming at  reasonable rates,  D. KILPATRlCK  Cumberland  OUR BEST  OL.UBINO       OFFERS  Thia p.per AND A NEW Sutworlption to  Regular prio- for boib.   Our Pi ice  Daily Witness,      $4.50 $3.00  Weekly Witness,    2.50 2.00  World Wide, 3.00 2.35  Northern Messenger 1.90 1.75  Our uilculaticni- me liastd trictly 01. i.e  cash in advance. Samples of theae papers  may be neon at oar office.  POLLEGIATE   SCHOOI  ^ FOR BOYS  The Laurels.        Belcher Street  Victoria B. C.  Patrou and Visitor,  Tali. LORD   BISHOP  OP  COLUMBIA.  Head Master  J..W. LAING, ESQ ,  M. A.,   OXFORD.  Assiuted by three Graduates of the Recog*  oized Uuiveraities of Great Britaiu ������nd Can*  ada.'  "Moderate terms for boarders.  Property consists of five acres with spaol-  ouh Huiiuol l)iitldin������8, extensive reoreatin*  gruuuils, Kyuiuasiuu). Cadet oorpc organized.  APPLY TO HEAD MASTER,  Good Buys.  WANTED���������To Uuy. a Cmtnge on the  instalment plan 0*n$-*leave terms nt.  this oflice.  SOUTH U0UWD���������Keftd-Uii  Viotoria,  Ruewt Js,  Shawuigan,  <f  Cobble Hill,  UuWJullOD,  Koloiilkli,  Uuuuau'x,  Sumt'uoc,  VVouthuluie,  UhumuliiUi,  Ludysumh,  i<  8outb Wellington,  Nsnsuno, f  Wellington,,  No, 2 No. 4  Ar. 12,0(1 10.55,  112.02 19,51  10,51 18.35  10,48.- 18,S0,t  10,40 18,i.'!2..  10.15 18.08  10,011 ISC)  10 02 \1M*  M7-. 17 48.  8.87 17.82.  DM 17 22  Do. l),()0 Do. 111.68.  Ar. 8.00 Ar. 10 48.  8.26v n    10,27 ,  8,15 '    JU.J0  Do. 8,00 De, 1000  ^-OR SALE���������The fine iesid������(ncfe,i>f Mr.  T..E. Hate, situated at the' cofher ol:  Wiii,di!tinere and First Street iii. for sale  flWhe low fiyure of $1400'' For particu-  Jars Apply Cumberland News.  81J75 buys n ffond lot it (his oity.  FORdALE-r 10 nores good laml in Co.  tnox-Viilley, suitable for oblokeu raaoh.  UAnutidtl stronm ruuuinfr through pro*  perty.   A ppJy 111 this oflloo.  Vdt. 8ALE>r-lflU nores, GO nores chopped.  nnd about 10 'nores cleaved.   High land,  nnd exoellent'p.nstiiro Inud.  Terips oon,  bBviirraut'ed to suit.  WANT ED���������About ton acres olenred,  wltluor without houso. Must be good  Jandiund fronting water.   State lowest  pflOfl..  mcclary!s  LON00N, TWOMO, M0NTKML, WIKNIPtO, VMtCOUVCR, ������I, JOHN, HAMItTON  C. H* Tarbell !i������?5L59������^*  tr*** m&'*w**t<h^rt*t*tt*'ti.itwt!me*J*Je  hot lio ��������� snld of tho* wntor'part ot  tho lnn<J������ of tho proviiico, most of  Dniti :m> nw level on Iho IiIIIh ni*nu������d  Dolnrfliiin. Wo hnvo iriiit lantls <������������������  Vttncouvur ' Island tlmt would ������ur-  l������rls������ the odltor ot tho Times, und It  Ih t'VMlwit 11 visit lo tho i!������(mt would  <l<> hlin ti lot of k'umI uiidluoatliin his  IdouH of fruit l������mis In ILL', Mshy  yoiim   ol iilkuliU   wiitol* rtrfnklnsc iti |  (!���������������������������   i-i-.i i,*'.������     j )��������� ,- '"������������������������������������     ' ii ������������������   ff   ,'UliA  littii irom   1 omtififf   pui the iiflvjitit- I  >,'���������*' nf Iii'1 iM'li,',������l'i,r������' I'l.'w" \o, ii. \  ���������ntid jtiic;,   ,i|t),|.',  ircni   ll'!    olfi k'IcU   ���������  un be - ntii'ti tn ���������������]'>;> 'Whon n )���������*>$', I  wnulil Min-ly mut.������- liiin m'ir������i %������ii1ont',  trhw tflllntr st^rli������������ of tho fruit Jnnrts "  of It. o.  Advertise in the MJ������'W8.  Tho editor sat Instils ofllco #wco  ull hut hlm hud dud, and ho wlahod  thnt ovory ctond-txmt was In his  gmvo-oKiono (load. His mind then  wandered far away to tho timo when  bo should dio, and his roynl editor*  ia! 8oul ko acontlnR to tho skyjnvhw  la-'d roam tho Aolds of paratiiso aad  Hiill u\or Janitor mnn. nnd All thlnffs  ''lnciiii.H wu'HU cuiiilnnc litis unity  *������ns������) t������ ploflso. Iffl thfltiRht hmv  1.1,,.,, i.������.',l in,,!, iii.i'un* i,jui KitmL i(nK  d.1 ili and diwar, that'll yftwn boUteitn  Ilia happy soul and those who had  f������witnHtxl hare, snd whon for .wator  thoy would c������ll. and In nipmy tlwy'd  c������i������r, lio'd shout to tlu'in; "Jimt  Htwnvh your thirst with tho due  tftnt'-t on y-ntr jiajicr,"-Dc,  Thousand Mile nnd Conimu)a������lon .Tickets on sale, j;oodovcr mil and ������te.n..flt  lines, at two und,one-holf cents per mile.  Special trains snd sicameri for Excursions, and reduced rites for parties mny  be arrayed-foi on application 10 the  Dist. Pais. Agent At Victoria.  The Compsnv reserves the right to  change without previous notice, meamers  tailing dates and hours of sailing.  Excursion Ticket? on Sale frmn snd to  all Station*, uoocl lor going-journey Saturday and .Sunday, returning not later  ihan Monday,  i, W, TROUl', Oon. Buy. 11,0, Ookst Ber.  a. L, COUKCNICY, Dist. Vrl. Aim. Ag.  MorrocW Bros,.  Jmrnm*mmTAmffrtm, mBJ mmm\Jt*mm*  &&ietmi*r������  gRlilAD, Cakos snd Pies deli ver  od daily to any part of City.  m*w^^-&^^  Gro'.erien  $800 CASH buys llrst-olnss house  ou Maryport avenue.  ���������$  WlhWtOUK  ���������MNMMNMiattHMI  FOU SALE���������90 A*ri*,s, with 10 acres  cleared; $1,000 worth of timber, fir cedar, white pine, and spruce. 75 acres of  bottom land, 8 roomed house und out*  buildings, Lots of spring ������uter, and only about 3. miles from Cumberland.  91100 buys���������loo nores timber ranob, 0  nilloH from Courtouay.  For Halo-100 acres t*% miles from Court  ney.About 20 nores olenred some yonrs o-  go. HI iht In line of railway construction  Oloso to Courtenay rivor.   ' "  POR SAI,E���������A farm of x6o  acres, also house aud barn, situated near Comox valley Beautiful location, convenient to thc  salt water. For particular ap-  plyat this oflice  LARGE  ASSORTMENT OF  PATTERN  AND  MILLINERY HATS  AT   COST  Mis* Nash*  ������������������'"j*    liini'il   m.,  To Rt������nt'���������Knvarnl d������slmW������ hns  h*,oH locution?    Omip'iilt tlu*- C,H.  E. ���������Agoiujy.  . - i,           ��������� ���������:.;*.      *  Wanted���������To borrow faooo for  some years on good security.  jbor particulars inquire ot Cumberland Real Estate Agencv.  ' mmnmmmmmmmnmmmmmmm  P.' PHILLIPS HARRISON  Barrl*t������t* and Solicitor  aud  Notary Public  Convvyanulnff  Cumberland    fi. 0. WSTSft,  ��������� X  ���������'STAR'  ! 4-  CILLETTS  PURE POWDERED  t  Ready for Uae fa Aay Quantity.  Por making SOAP, softening; water, removing old paint, dlflnfecUng ���������ink*, closets  , and dralm and for many other purposaa.  [ A can equal* 20 pounds Sal Soda.  SOLD  EVERYWHERE.  lE.W.QlLLETT^r^S  TORONTO.ONT.  Livery  Stable  wm^Aim.ti,  I I - ,<, j>.,^,;       **-,*#^<;1$**  ��������� Qua      dHU       Wil lib! |  mm ^^$*Wfi   mJ  \ '   Hi ^    ^������������laW' '\-Ji^tf^iy3W  *m ' -? ���������''   * ?&���������'-*4*;?!^^^nfcJ *' *  Horo is nn opportunity to seuuro, Free of Cost,  A FINE WATCH!  NOTIOE.  Riding on locomotives and railway cars oi the Union Colliery  Company liy any person or persons���������except rain crew���������it; strictly  prohibited. Employees are buIv  jec to dieuiifc'sal for alloN ' ag same  1 By order  Fhancis 0. Littik  Manager.  ���������r  1 Hayman & Maxwell.  ������* Proprietors.  ^TEAMSTERS, and DRAYMENl  ..SINGLE  and 'DOUBLE' RK.S.  -������For   HIRE.       ALL   ORDERS'  f PROMPTLY* ATTENDED  TO*  4* i  3rd St, Mfe-lail 1  m* -e  77*"  Wm. in GmnMbland  STAY AT THE   VEN DOME.  tM    All CosvBNiKNCisa fou Guests,  . The Bar is SurruEU with  Best CiqXioTs^and Gijjars  J. R. BANNEHMAN.  JAPANESE  1  The -Seorot of  i Beautiful Complexion.  Now Revealed  FREE  ��������� What beauty is more desirable  than aa exquisite complexion  and elegant.jewels.' An opportunity FOR-EVERY WOMAN TO  Obtain both, for a limited time  only. *  The directions and recipe for  obtaining a faultless complexion  is the secret long.guarded by the  master minds of the ORIENTALS andGREEKS.  This we obtained   after "years  of work aud at -great   expense  ���������IUs,th_e_:inethod_used   by  the  We have mado arrangements  with   Stoildart, tho jeweller,  whereby we arc enabled to offer a most  magnificent  watch to ���������  boy or girl securing the largest number of  Subscribers to the.  Oumrkkland News before October let, 1907.    These must. ;be  names not now on the lists, and must be paid in advance.  Names may be handed in any time.  THE GIRLtS' PRIZE  is 6-sized watch, best quality Swiss movement, stem-  winder, carved case, with shield"for initials.  THE BOYS' PRIZE  0     is an 18-size watch, good Swiss movement,' stem-windei  gold hands, with an Arcadian silver chain.   '  These may be seen at the Jewelry Stove of P. Stoddart. '  sail i iiisiiiiiiiiisiswMiinirsiaiwsisiiwwiiwiiirtiigii^Ti������wwiissTWTn>B'iirr������f���������������*''     is��������� ��������� iMiiiiwssjssimi��������� iujuu_su^__���������.  Do not fail to take a try, at thus, and  secure a good watch  absolutely P^ee of Cost,  The; [Cumberland News.  Cumberland, B. C.        f|  September, 24L to 38  I  W  A-  ���������*       ,.      *-  BIGGER. ana:;<BET^ER#^.  ' THAN -VEVER.;'*? --h-^M1  ���������MC  at a Low Price.  Wholesale and Retail.  Sweet and Clean <\\\x ily  Bolbs.. $2.85  IL  m*  No. 5 Japtown,.... Cum Wand B.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR, KIUST-HLAHh  CANDY, FRWIW,  0N-MR8 & TOBA000B  60   YEARS'  ���������XPBRIENOI  iii������u������> viilwn,tlimukb Munn._ .  tamtn aotlfi, without otinmo, iu the  Scktidllc American.  AliiH>ilin������oflfr1ll������ftTO|Srt wooklr, tartan/Ar*  eiiiniloj* -tit nny *-������l������nilQn ioutnii, ���������yarn*, |9 a  imi (oiujjiontiH.il. soldby ull powKWlorj,  nranan uffloo, m V m��������� W������fl><aston, it. q,  fairest and most beautiful women  of Europe. v  Hundreds of American wqmen  who now use it have expressed  their delight and satisfaction."(.  This secret   is easily understood and simple to-follow audit  will save   you   the expense' of"  creams, cosmetics, bleaches and  ���������forever, give you a beautifui.com  plexionand free your skiii from  pimples, bad /. color blackheads,  etc.   It alone is worth, tp, you  many time.-i the-, price :we  you to send tor tlie ggnuiue  mond ring oflatest^esigu;'  We sellr'you this-ring- as.oue j  small profit ahove-manufactur-'  iug, cost.1 l*he price is less than'  one half what others' charge..  The recipe is free* with every  ring. '.  ���������  It is a genuine rose cut .diamond ring sparkling, brillaucy  absolutelygaurauteed, very' dain  ty,.shaped1 like .a' Belcher with  Tiffany setting. of 12������Kt. gold  shell, ai 70111* 'local jeweller it  would cost.youjcoiisiderable more,  thpu two dollars.,  We tnailiyou this,-beautiful complexion'recipe, free when your order Is received for ,ring and two  dollars in money order, stamps* or  bills. '. Get your order in before  our supply is exhaused.;  This offer is made for'a limited, time only as a means of advertising*; and-. introducing our  goods.  Seu<l to'day before this opportunity is forgotten,.  T C.$d������olfcy,  32.B������st 23 *Mv<t\, New York rtt'v.  When In Courtenay,SJay At  The Gourtenay Hojtel'  Every convenience tor guests.  1    -1   ���������*. ~    -'������������������-' '  , "V-hV-;- "���������     ;      s,-  1 '        'y.   '   '. '     -.���������mi-rT������?i*F*--������jCi&B*.-i\*iA-ama*, ���������  Tlie Cantial 'Eb^^for^Sportsmea-^-:  '. ��������� '���������  "'-<'''��������� '1.."''!"       "' ������������������"���������'���������'���������>"���������.  None but the Best of Wines and Liquors  ���������     -'   ,-, at the-'Bar.*   "   .   : '    -.  RATES , '���������< REASONABLE, I,  ^    John Johnston,.   Prpl. ���������*  Cook's Cotton Root CompouodL  Tho great Uterine Tonlo,' tuid  only safo effectual Monthly  [Regulator on which -women can  depend. Sold in threo degrees  ot strength-No. 1, 81; No. %  JO degrees stronger, $3; No.*"  .-for special cases, 86 por Don.  7_^   Sold by aUdru������fiBt8,ora*������t,  7fT^ - prepaid on receipt of price,  'H-Hi.-- Froo pamphlet. Address: THIJ  BnBlHmMH������CO..TOROHTO.OHT..</ort������wfeir<Tjd������f*  $5apD0  EXPENDED on,GROUNDS'and--  EQUIPMENT THIS YEAR.  4--Days Horse Racing-4  and OTHER ATTRACTIONS;'  ENTRIES CtOSE SEPT/ 16th','..  EXCURSION  RATES   FROM ���������'.  , ... ,   ALL   POINTS."    -';,  \-'\ Write for Prize List. ,   " " *  ,, *   J. ��������������� Sniart,  T,,0. Drawer 761'^    \ Secy-Treas  i'-'^e"%m "i  *.- v".*ra "-i  w ,& i<W$ '��������� *���������  * **)m  A)m  .Make xour"wants';kn9jwn  .through, columns of/News.  ���������*.*.  The Cumberlnpd Real Estate-  Agency lias a house on 'Penrith,  Avenue and two on Maryport Avenue for sale! Spot' Cash would  certainly suit the 6wnersbettor,but  JA 9  ,.. >  CM" l  .-��������� The drink ct strong men and healthy women  UNK)I^KE\VrERYe^EER  ���������"':,',' is The Best      ^  Bottled or In Barrel*.  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo B.C.  From; ,fVAiice,',^Hpllaad an^'  1 * '   -*    .   * r f i   A  ��������� .y    "Japan.*  seeds      :   Ti������ees^  Plants-; /  "For Fall Planting   ���������  Reliable varieties.at reasonable:.  Prices s  (&rHiease note that my -fruit trees are'  not grown irom  imported  piece   root  grafts, but are budded on own growih of"  eedlinii* from bearmg trees.  ;'Fertiiii5ei:s,'Bee Supplies, .Spray!  Pumps, Spraying Material, Cut  flowers, etc^ * . ���������,  M. J. HENRY  Grectthouace and P������ O. Ad  dre������i-3010 Wsntminstcr Iloiid.'  '    *30*'#   V  '���������mmfsm.  4. ..  K  }*&  fi \ t  l,.i>���������Zt  it'MM.-  iit-'m  '* ������Mi  l,"9#'!  ^?  A>,M  ��������� M  A,l  ��������� ' V'V!  i,ii ,<>  i yti-i  t."<-h\  . ,*',V  \'' V"mt ) ������������������Wi*  FOUND���������On Thui's^ay lost"  a watch charm-valuable,.) Ap**'  ply Nkws office.  'Mu  ,    mil  LAND ACT flOTlOJB.  ^ibU'iul w* l,*\x Woot-mlpstw, Tinml  T.lAiifl,Cf'iAVe,A " ���������  TAKK NOTI01* that tlio MoTmuRlln .  Lumber Conpnny, Wmltod, o{ Vnnomii  ver, Ji.O., Lumbermen, Intend to apply,  for purmlflRlon to phrohnso tho followiiig  Uwoiiuuu inuuo, C*'������.-"Au'-!'f'^ " r'1wt  pluntod nbout 80 ohains distant, und iu a  northoastorly direction from the hand of  Turnbnll Oovo, ntiimt tho lino of hl������h  wator mark, bolng tho nonthwotit oornor,  tbenoo north .0 riliiUiss, thonuo oast 9.0  chalno, therifn sout-li 20 chains, thonoO  nlon������ tlio shore MD ohiiius to point ol  wiutmunuciuont, nnd onntiitriln*/ <lo nores  moro or U^h,  The Mclaughlin lumhbu Co. Ltd.  Dotod Ht Vnnoonvsr this 14th dsy of  Soptsinbor, 1907.  FOUND-^A*   valuable   gold.  brooch, Owner call at this office.  ��������� To all ���������watntn- for oollcotlfg  .iispio-i snd solling.aur novoltlon  wn rIvo ))Ir Pr������mlini)������,' tend name' to-dsy  for nnr now 1>hnnt l\lg Profits with*.Uwl������  work. Writo to-dsy. Addrssa C., T.  MOSULlCVVlWiam 'drtpuriihuut,'' 83 E.  *lb Stroat, Mew Vork oity,  Dominion  Hotel:  VJ*Up1o, 8, O.  **u'mmmit*mmwMim*,m***mi*it ii���������������w���������  Tlio Ratti8 aro Lower than othor  first-elRBS holol������,..vlth   Accomv  dfttlnn Buporior tp mnijy}*,  Uooui* with or without bntli.  Auiiii-iwiH riftii   W^O'^ti 92.50.  per day.  European Plan,   Rooms only,  .50 to?1.5p, por day,  ',  FrBB.Uns. , t , . .  WATSON'S  itm*ir*tdip*i**ty \lX^t'\t  '.',���������'). .f.'nytUC*ji!.v'4y..  H^mM-mmlfl' ^tS***-^*wlkf'4mi'*,i.  V*. .",,:-  Eiiig oi Scotch Whiskies.  8THPHBN' OOfiene  The HUDS0N8! BAY OO  r  Sold Affdntsfor BC .,:_'*   '   ",'","/> ,',<,' i,J J -     '    " ���������������������������'      " ���������     A. -  -' aa     ������������������     \~    - - ��������� ���������  mr  THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA  "'     MM  ��������� ��������� ��������� By ��������� * *  JOSEPH C  LINCOLN,  tAmAm mt uC*efm Uf*  tf  the Tide  q  Copyrisbt 1905. by A. S. Btrnes fc. Co.  (Continued.)  The boy, Bradley Nlckerson, had nev-  er ridden in a stagecoach before, and  after ten or.fifteen minutes of jolt and  roll be decided' tout he never wanted Co  ride In one again.  Suddenly Captain Titcomb, who had  been silent so'far, spoke.  "Helavy sea on tonight," he observed. "'Pears to me fcaraey'd better  take a reef. She's rollin' conslder*-  ble.V. , "  The' boy laughed and said, "Yes,  sir."    :,  "Goin' all the way to Orham?" asked  the. cap tain.  "Yes. sir."  "Got  folks - over there, .1  presume  likely;   Friends or nothin' but Jest relations?"  "Relations, I���������I guess."  tf'So! Well, I've got a good many relations over there myself. Fact Is.  JI"ve got relations, seems to me, 'most  every wheres. Pettier used to huve so  many of 'em that when he went vls-  Jtin'.he used to call it 'goin' cbnsininV  My name's Titeotob. What do they  call you when j'our baok ain't turned 1"  The boy. laughed again in a puzzled  .way-r-be scarcely knew wbat.to make  ~dfrhir"qVestion;*?r���������ana~"8aid"thnt*"liis"  name was Bradley Nlckerson.  1 "Nlckerson. hey? Tbat settles It;  you're a Cape Codder. Minute I meet  anybody named Nlckerson I always  know they've got the same kind of  sand in tlVelMwots tbat I have. Is It  ,Obed NIckerson's folks you're goin' to  see?" ,,..;,���������  "Nvo, sir I'm "goin' to live with Miss  Priscllla Allen. Her and her sister.  They was some of mother's people."  "Sho, 'well .1 swanl" muttered the  captain. "Prissy and Tempy, hey?  Then Dan wali't foolln'. And you're  goin' to live with 'em?"  "Yes, sir. Do you know 'em?"'  "Tyiio���������me,? Ob. yes| I know *em.  I'rara partlc'lar friend of thSlrs���������that  ls,'rhe added cautiously, VI call on; Jem  once In awhile Jest to say 'How are  you?' Why? You didn't bear tiny of  them fellers ot tbi* depot say anything  'bout mo and them did you? No! Well,  all right, I jest thought- Ob, yes! I  know, 'em. Nice folks as over was, bat  what' you might call a little mite 'sot  In their ways.' Do yoo always wipe  your feot wben you come lato the  house?"  "Why���������why���������yes, sir, If I don't forget It"  "All right It's a good bublt to git  Into* 'specially If you're goin' to woik  on Prlssy's floors. Sometimes I've  wished rcould taiinage to put my foet  In my pocket whon I've been there. 1  wonder If I knew your father? What  was his name?"  Bradley told bis father's name and In  response to tbe captain's tactful questioning n good deal more besides. In  fact, before long Captain Titcomb  knew all about the boy, where be came  from, bow bo happened to como and nil  the rest And Bradley for his part  loornod that bis companion command'  ed tho coasting schooner Thomas Do-  ano, tbnt bo bad boon n sailor ever  since bo was fourteen, that be had a  marvelous fund of sea yarns and know  how to spin tbem and tbat bo (Brad*  ley) liked blm,  By and by tbe eaptaln noticed that  tbo boy's replies to bis cbeerfol observations ware growing rnthor Incoherent and, tutpoetlng tbe reason, be  ceased to talk. A taw minutes Inter be  tesned forward tnd smiled to dud bis  fellow traveler, who had slipped down  upon tbe cushion, fast asleep.  Wben Bradley awoke Captain Titcomb was standing on tbe ground by  tbe open door of tbe coach.  "Good night, Brad,*J������ aald. "Here's  where I'm bound for. You've got a five  minute ride or eo more 'fore yoa git to  the old ai������������-(ta** to, u> itin*. nud  Tempy'*, I'll see f oa tt������nprrer. You  and nit's goln������ to be chums, you know."  Thedoor wasssut Mr. Small struck  up "Ctmptown Raeea," and tbe stage  bwup������#.������a ASAls. TV* Hm*. ft... hoy  M not sleep, but holding oa to tbe  ���������trap, tried to peer through tbe snow  crusted window, lit mw a light bere  ���������nd there, but little tlie. After a short  Interval the catch torne* a sharp cor-  Her, rolled oa, for perbsps twice iu  length and then stopped,  Mr, Small opened tht door, and Brad-  ley. looking part bfi������, ww the aUto of a  large bouse and a lighted doorway,  with two female figures, one plump  and tbt otber slender, standing In It  From behind thtn tbt ItmplIgM  ttrttmed warn tad bright and otot  tbelr shedows elmoet to Ws feet  "Owns on, bnb,'- ae\A tht Mat drlv-  er. "Here-e where yoo gl tout Mist  Prissy," he shouted, "bert't /tor *>  botrder.*  CHAPTER 11.  HE plump woman, whom Mr.  Small had addressed as "Miss  Prissy," was counting Into tbe      stage driver's palm a sum ln  sim-.i1 change from a portentous black  wallet that fastened with a strap. . ������  . "Good nlgbt" said the driver, pocketing the money, with a grunt and a jingle. Like tbe. boy. he bad been very  careful not to step off the mat "Good  night Miss Tempy. Snowjs lettln' up a  little mite. Guess 'twill be clear by  mornin'. Good night, Brad."  Tbe plump lady closed the door behind him just in time to shut out tbe  opening uotes of the "Sweet By and  By." Then she dropped the hook Into  Jke staple, wound the^ leather strap  carefully about the wallet, placed the  latter In' a compartment of a tall "chest  of drawers in the corner, turned the  key upon it and put tbe kty under the  alabaster candlestick on tbe mantel.  Then she turned to the'boy, who; holding his carpet bag with both hands,  still stood uneasily on the mat whlle^  the slim lady fidgeted; in front of him.'  "Bradley," said the plump ladyi-sbe  was dressed in some sort of black ma-  terialj*hat rustled and wore a lace col-  Wellmoutb���������gave me a sandwich at  tbe depot 'fore I started, ma'am, and I  bought a turnover at Harniss."  "My sakes! Prissy"���������to her sister,  wbo came rustling ln���������"he hasn't et a  tiling but a sandwich and a turnover  since morning..JCow, come right over  to the table, Bradley, and set down."  As the boy ate ho looked about the  room. It was a big room, with a low  celling, spotlessly whitewashed. The  oilcloth on the floor was partially covered witb braided rag mats with carpet centers. On the window shades  were wonderful tinted pictures of castles and mountains. The table was  black walnut aud there were five rush  seated chairs, each ln its place against  the wall and looking as If It were glued  there. The sixth of the set he occupied. Then there was the chintz covered rocker and another rocker painted  black, with a Worn picture of a snip at  sea on tbe back. There was another  ship over l:be fap* of the talj^wooden  clock In the ."corner. This craft was  evidently tbe Flying Dutchman, for  every time the-clock ticked it rolled  heavily behind a fence of tin waves,  but didn't advance an inch. On the  walls were several works of art, Including* spatter work motto, a wreath  made of seashells under a glass and  an engraving showing a boat filled  with men. women aud children rowed  by a solemn Individual in his shirt  sleeves, moving over a placid sheet of  water toward an unsewi port.  "Cap'n Titcomb," remarked Bradley,  whose bashfulness was wearing oft,  "came over in the cSbch with me tonight."  The effect of this announcement was  remarkable.     Miss   Prissy   looked  at  iarrjet earrings uud a breastpin witb a  braided lock'of buir 1������ the center of It  ���������"Bradley, we're real glad to see you.  I'm Miss Priscllla; this Is my sister,  Miss Temperance."  "Yes. Bradley." coincided "Miss  Tempy." "we've n>nl 'glad to see you."  Sbe was the younger of the two and  wns gowned^ ln"*w!������iit the boy learned  later was her ������������������brown poplin." Her  hair wnB-not worn plain, like her sister's, but had a little bunch of curls  over each ear. Sbe also wore a bate  breastpin, but her earrings were gold.  Bradley shook tbe extended bands,  Miss Prlssy'B red and dimpled and  Miss Tempy's thin and white, wltb  two old fashioned rings on tbe fingers.  "Won't, you���������won't you set down?!','  ventered Miss Tempy after' a rather'  nwkyvard pause.  ,  "Why, yes.- of course," said Miss-  Prissy, "and tflko your things-right off.  -do."  Bradley placed tho carpetbag dn tbe  coruer of tbe mat and palled off the  Bbabby overcoat Tbe jacket and  trousers beneath were also shabby, but  It was at bis shoes tbat Miss Prissy  glanced, and, oddly enough, tbelr condition served to break the formality,  "My goodness met" sbe ejaculated.  "Jest look at his poor feet, Tempy  Allen I Come right over to the stove  tbts minute and tako off those shoes,  they're soppln' wet through."  "No, ma'am," protested tbe boy.  "Tbey ain't, honest Tbey only look  so."  "Don't toll me I" commended Miss  Prissy. "Go right over to the atove  this minute."  Bradley reluctantly obeyed, stepping  gingerly across tho spotless oilcloth  and taking as long strides at possible,  tt did not add to bis comfort \ot seo  Miss Tempy shake tbe melting snow  Into tbe centor of tbe rope mat, fold  tbo latter carefully together and disappear witb It Into tbe kltchon.  Miss Prissy pllotod blm to tbe chlnta  covered rocker by the big "airtight"  stovo, Then she proceeded to unlace  tho patched browns, commenting In an  undortone upon tho condition of tht  stockings bononth,  "I'm 'frald," snld Bradley fearfully,  "tbat I've got some now wattr on  your floor, ma'sra."  "Don't say a word. Thank goodness  your feet ain't so wet as I thought tbey  wat. Put'em right on the rail of the  stove thero -while I go up to the garret and got those slippers of father's.  I'll be right bark."  She hurried out of the room Just as  her sister entered it by the otber Hoot.  "Hew, md litiul nini," mid idlna Twu  py, bustling about wltb tbe steaming  teakettio in her band. "I'm goin' to  make you tome pepper tea, There's  nothln' In the world like pepper ten  whnn yeett-ra UVftr in etiteb raid.**  "Pepper tea" was a new prescription  for tho boy, and be* watched wltb Interest' while. Miss Tempy turned some  milk Into a bowl, flood*! It with boiling water, added a spoonful of sugar  and vigorously shook tbt pepper box  oyer tbe mem.  ���������Tberersht aald, "Now. drink that  emery ������frr*p. Aln'f ymi hungry f"  Bradley, with tears In bis eyea, the  result of tbe flrst swallow of pepper  tea, gaspingly proietted that bt wasn't  hungry, not very. Tbt sight and smell  of the loaded supper table were oo  tempting that tbe denial woe rather  halfhearted.  "Not very! When did yoo bavt tay-  thins to rat Init r  "Mr. Bartlett-htf* tbt s'lectoot tt  Orddley sAbnfci^.eiEteJ^tf^ands,  Miss Trfmpy, and the latter returned  tbe look.  Strang to say,' both colored.  "Cap'n Titcomb?" faltered Mlsa  PrlBsy.  "Cap'n Bsra Titcomb?"  "Yes, ma'am. He talked to me 'most  all the way,   I liked him flrst rate."  "Why-why, I do declare I I didn't  know the cap'n wat expected, did yot,  Tempy?"  "No, I'm sure I didn't!" exclaimed  tbe flustered younger slater, "Did ho���������  LA he tell you why be wat comla',  Brndloy?"  "No, ma'am, but I hoard bin tell tbt  man tbat drove the coach tbat bt had  shore leave for a week,'cause bit  schooner wns laid up for repairs,. .Bt  aald be know you, though, and thai bt  wmixpniln' jroniirt to.sec mt* tm^-miat."  (To be Continued)  ���������������    ��������� ���������������  11��������� ���������������11   in    i  Average Wages lm Cansela.  Tha Census aud SUiiaUea Buraaa  has tafejl a blue book ta to wage-  earners" tft. Canada by tootpttitai ac-  oormng to returns ol the list teoeeuiiol  eeitta. Tbt overage yttrly eafaiogs  tt regular work of til oltotta of oo-  cimatlOM is mr.lt ter malm and  9181,18, for females. Trade aod true*  portion pays on tvtrtffi wagt of  $M3.������3 for arary mait.tapjoye. Professional men, includiag olergy, Oot*  eminent employes, musician*, Utah-  >rs. engineers, etc, test 9*1.80 per  /ear tn tht average. Avenge etrtiigs  of males employe! In aaautaotttriiig  94U.Nl in agri������ilt������M, 99**6 la em  meetie'and pcrsoeul sendee, 9W9.46.  Of tbt whole nuestor of .vafo-etraera,  814.W0, the males otottHutt 41,70 per  eeat., and the female* IftJS par cast;  and, oem-miring the total* of all wtgf  earners of both sexes by eUsees with  ths Vrtols of all' closeee, H is foaad  '..It,, tit ������4rit4lU<tJ" dui iUlm'M  pln*wi*wt fa t.ts far -sent., ihe domestic tnd personal tlttt to 8541 per  oent., tht flehtffet tlttt to 041i the  fereotry and lambtriiur eitet to t.W  Br **mi., the marMfaotuHnf elaas to  ,89 per oent,, tht mining olass to  **���������** ix*r mmnt    the ���������nrrtlaaelonal etuan  do ������.M ptr oent., and tht trade and  transportation olass to 19 JT ptr toot,  w"������" ���������%���������������������������mm* ,  Ittflleh Jorere1 Remiwerttlen,  Tbt tcalt of remootraUon of Bngllsb  common Jurymen It aboard, to a civil  cast In Bagland a common Jaryntn It  tilewtd 6 shillings ($USB) a day tor "a,  view"-tt������at tAter Ifltptettttf tny property or thiftg Urillep������to-bQt otherwise  bt h, la law, aot tntltltd to toy rt*  moaefBtton. It Is ami, however, ta  tht high coert to gtve him a fee of 1  ���������hflllaif tad In tbt tamtltt ��������� ptoet,  9mt*mt jatmeii roeeiTO nseh biahet  fWHflWHIflftft,     TIM !������������������ ill tlW l*IMlHTy '  eotrt it J tklllitg * tttt, te tbt mag*  ***������ ecort t peace snd la tbt l/ndra  tbtrtft  totrt 4  ROYALTY FOKO OF OYSTERS.  Soma    Dellcacias    Favored    by    ths  Prince of Wales.  The chet to the household of the  Prince of Wales, M. Cedaird, has been  chatting to a London journalist upon  the dishes most favored by the royal  family.  "Tt is difficult'to say which is the  favorite dish," he remarked, "but I  think oysters would make a very bold  bid. These are served to their Boyal  Highnesses almost daily.  "As a rule, however, both the  Prince and Princess *' prefer plain  dishes, with a predilection for the  French cuisine, as compared with the  English, while the time-table of Uie  d^y's meals is:  Breakfast at .................9.30a.m.  Lunch at .....2.00p.m.  Tea at ....6?00p.m.  Dinner at .8.30 plm.  "After a visit to tit* theatre or the  opera," continued M.' Cedard, "their  Boyal Highnesses simply have a light  supper.   That is all.  "And the little princes? Ah, Prince  Edward, Prince Albert, and Princess  Victoria lunch vrith the Prince and  Princess of Wales, but the little ones  partake of bMakiast with their tutors  oud governesses.  In the evening the little princes  and their sister are given no actual  supper, no elaborate meal," but they  may have .a few daintily-cut sandwiches, a littl/j game, or something  of that kind."  Thwi M. Cedard suddenly thought  oi another delicacy liked both by the  King and the Prince of Wales.  "This is caviare," he said, "but, as  is the casti with the oysters, it has  to pass the doctor. He haa to satisfy  himself that everything is pure before it is allowed to reach the royal  table."  DEBTORS GO TO JAIL.  ~StatisticT"Say'That~ln~England���������lm.-  prisonment for Debt U Increasing.  It will come as a surprise to many  people that imprisonment for debt in  England is steadily increasing. Figures demonstrating this are giveo in  Port II. of the Civil Judicial, Statistics for 1905. just issued. During that  year 11,427 debtors were imprisoned  in England and Wales, as against  11,096 in the previous year, and' the  average of, 10,218 for the five years  including 1005. Twenty years before  1905. the report states, there were  only about, one-third as many warrants of commitment issued and about  one-half as many debtors imprisoned.  There was an increase in 1905 of  petitions- for divorce ��������� 762 as againnt  720 in 1904���������but the figures were not  eo large as in 1902 and 1903, when  thoy were. 839 and. 824 respectively;���������  Of the 752 petitions in 1905, 323 were  presented by wives, as against 429  In" 1904. Debtees nisi were, granted tb  wives in. 261 coses and to husban-is  in 362 cases.  The total number of appeals, actions, etc., heard and determined in  all tho civil courts of the country  during 1905 was 479,165, against 497,-  3S4 in 1904. Ol these, however, county courts were responsible for 472^23  sind 489,999 respectively, In tht section devoted to probate matters it is  incidentally mentioned that tho total  wealth of private persons in (be  United Kingdom in 1905 liable to  death duties waa computed at ������7,-  tiUmoOQ. During 1905 the grosi  value of estates admitted to probate  wa������ ������261,110,009.  Maori Legande.  Many of the old Maori tales havo  to do with a mythical monster, called  "Toniwha," usually  described as, 8  [rent lizard or orooodile, although il  as been many centuries since any of  the Polynesian race oan bave had direct', knowledge ef the existence ol  ���������luoh an animal..'This is tbe legend of  tbe two Taniwhos, the guardian monsters of the-two Howi tribes i one on  the out coast, and one on tbo west  ooast oi tbo North Island of New Zealand in vary' andent times. The  Toshiba living ia the Bay of Islands  enoe went a-roving to tee a bit of  the world, and swam around tht Nortb  Gape to the west, where he was hoe*  pitablj entertained.  Tht wandering Tanlwha protested  to be very grateful tor tht hospitality  ��������� and kind attention shown to him, tod  when his visit waa ended he ptaatod  the other to accompany him horns.  - Tbe guileless anfd amiable watt ooast  Toniwke eeoepted tbt invitation, ana  away the two friends swam,e/ound the  North Cape and down the eaat coaet  to the Bar ol Islsads,   Tbe foemlni  \xrire,d his mnMln-r guest to a place  where the Maoris had spread a great  ott, and tht visitor ww tauglrt, dragged tabor* and klfUd by tht peopU  wbo mads a great feast of the carcass,  The,TaMesi ?>sei,  Australia rivals California it, th,  matter of possessing tht tallest trees  in the world. The California "Big  Trtt"-*St������uola Wtllinttonia-ebrnt-  Unite grows to tlit htrght of from  990 to m feet, with a trunk 18 or  more feet h������ dJametor. Tlhe UUcet  AoertoantrM U tbe red wood-Be-  t*ne\e ttrnporvireno^wbith in ttmt  instaaeee' has altained the bright of  55������ ff} * tvtn more. In Australia  the talltst titet are found la Victoria.  There are, indeed, records of Austra-  WmVmfstmVtox  *mr*J*U**a. ItttMM wtD enough ee-  tabUslwI, btwtver, that there are  wmmTSa Ajetralia wbieh tower a?  wsnf of M fttt Into tht air. Trate.  bavtJj^fewl to Jtffi'*, wWth fall  COAL PROBLEM IN THE WEST.  People Have Not  Learned Necessity  'of Stocking Up tor Winter.  An advance ot 15 per cent, in prices  ia^a little detail which is presented  for1 the consideration of the coal consumer in the prairie provinces, and  he is thereby enabled to realize ouo  Of the benefits of an agreement between operators and men in the coal  fields. Quotations are 90 cents to $1 .">������  per ton higher ;n Regina, and this  increase practically applies to tha  whole Province of Saskatchewan. All  grades of western coal are included.  Prices are still below the level at  Which Pennsylvania coal can compete in these markets, but the difference is slight, and it is possible that  more of the American, product may  be used in future.  During the strenuous days of tho  last coal shortage the companies and  the railways were attacked for their  inability to provide a sufficient sup-  plyfo'f fpel. Tt, was argusd that tho  public must be served, no matter  what the cost might be. In fact, 't  was proclaimed that the consumer  shouln have the coal, because he wns  prepared to pny for it, even if the  price were $20 per ton. But a revo-  lutiqn in the weather has worked a  chanpe in popular sentiment. Now  that the summer, or an advance copy  of it, has arrived, a:.d balmy breezes  are being wafted over the prairiea������  the disregard for values in the coil  market is less apparent. Complaints  are heard, in fact, because the publio  is called upon to pay the increased  wapes which the miners in the mountains receive. It is considered unfair that the consumer should be forced to settle for the advances whi;*h-  the operators have chosen to give to*  their men. When the winter comes-  back these complaints'will probably  congeal. The scramble for coal will  take the place of academic discussions on the economic phases of the-  wibject.    Railway Pays More.   thMI tf IM fitt tebtigbi.   Vl>"  It is interesting to know that the  Canadian Pacific Railway is contributing Us share of the increased  cost of producing coal. It is by far  the largest consumer of steam coal  in the west, and its requirements seen*  to keep pace with the output of tho  mines, ft obtams its coal at a great-  reduction, of course, because it enters into contracts to take delivery  of a large quantity from each mine*  every day. The advances.in wages-  have mndo it neoessary for the railway company to pay 10 per cent, more  for Its coal, nnd this means a lorro  additional expenditure. Thousands-  of tons of coal nre consumed by locomotives alone on the divisions west  of Winnipeg, and nearly all this fuel  comes from the mines which were  afJect*d:by...the recent,settlement. ,.  :*-   Consumer Should 8tbck Up.  There arc not many indications thnt  the warnings which have been issu-'d  with respect to another shortage pf  fuel during tho ooming winter are being respected. The people of the wt������*<t  do not often cross a bridge beforo  they come to it. and they do not intend to worry very seriously over the*  ooal outlook until there Ib somn urgent need oi concern. It Is mor������* than.  Bossible that a wail will arise next  iovember about tbe scarcity of fuel,  and Governments and railways will*  work overtime in the effort to relievo  distress. Much of this trouble would1  be obvioted If the individual consumers would show enterprise by stocking up during the summer. It Is eauy  to deliver coal, both from cars and  from the wagons, during such weather  as this, ano: the transportation companies and ooal trade would welcome  an opportunity to supply the needs of  the public now. The unwillingness of  tho public to accept deliverer \������ a dis*  appointing feature of the situation,  No Demand Just New,  One firm in Rtgipa has several  thousand tons of ooal in stock, tw  which tt would be glad to reoeive orders, but thero is very little demand,,.  There is no doubt Ghat the money  stringency is partly responsible for  the dullness in tht retail trade, prospective buyers being unwilling to tie  up thoir ooal money tor several  months on the presumption of a  shortage. The optimistic spirit of the  country inclines to a hope tbat next  winter will not be severe, at leaat not  to severe as the last, and that the  coal problem will present lower difficulties. The activity in tht trade  will not owiio belort Ootober, unless  a great missionary oampalgn it undertaken by the ooal merchants, the  railways and other institutions oo*  oemedf.  -,      >*    "i   ".' '���������"���������"  Instinct In Plants.  Climbing plants have two opposing  methods of describing spiral growth.  Tbe plsnts that turn to tbt right la  tht northern hemisphere rtvttm this  trend tn tho southern hemtophero, and  therefore, for the sake of consistency^  tt may be preferable to dtterlbt tht  two kinds of spiral tendency ss re-  aptttlvtly ^lorttwltt" and "counter  clockwise," which latter oan be short-  eoed to ���������Vsounterwltt." Tht honey-  eockie and tbe bop torn "ctoekwfre,"  while tbt oouvolvulus and tbt ecirlet  runner bean twine Meotmtwwitt.n Sx*  psrtfMots made by gtowtfeg amrlet nm*  9m beans In opaqot cylinders, to die-  ttvtr whether tho devtstioo of tht  9JH* wa* innate or merely from tf������  ���������jetton of the right, dfodeecd tbt  faet tbat tbt t������teot pamaatt ta Iodine-  tfto reaewhttnfttie ttumm at $*itmk*\  mt pitoeodiag to a glreo direetioo. an*  fsteobi aay attempt to flmt tt mtmw*  f- ."* Y*?~>  THE  NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH  COLUMBIA  assaaa^j  nl  ii- i -|-itiiia������,  >  PUT NEW BLOOD  INTO THE ARTERIES  Mind the Feeling of Weakness and Fatigue Will Give  Way to Health and Vigor  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.  o, At this time of year nothing is of  such great value to tho human system aB new, rich blood. Feelings of  languor aiid depression, headaches,  - sleeplessness, irritability, impaired  digestion, nervousness���������these all toll  of thin, watery blood and a rundown system.  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is, above  all else, a blood-building restorative  which puts new blood into the arteries, and by so doing lays the  foundation for health and vigor.  It sharpens . up' the appetite,  strengthens the nerves which control  the flow of digestive fluids, forms  new, firm flesh and tissues, and gives  vigor to the vital organs of the body.  Mr. Fred H. Gould, Purdy, Hastings Co., Ont., writes. "I was  troubled with nervous headache,  ���������which at times was very painful and  caused much suffering.   It has been  thoroughly cured by the use of Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food. I can recommend this treatment moat highly and  believe that as a general system  builder it has no equal/'  Mrs. W. Chappel, Barrie, Ont.,  writes; "I have UBed Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food as a means of building  np tho nervous system and improving the health generally and have  also found it a good remedy for female troubles.  "We have used Dr. Chase's Ointment as a household remedy for all  kinds of sores and (juts and'think it  is a splendid ointment."  -You can be sure,that Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food is 'doing you good' because each dose goeB to the formation of a certain amount of pure,  rich, red blood. It cures by the  building-up process, and its cures  are therefore thorough and lasting;  50 cents a box, 6 for $2.50, at all  dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,  Toronto,  Health of the Human Race  The methods for the prevention of  disease, which have developed wonderfully in the last few years, lead  me to believe that the outlook for  tho elimination of the white plague  is very hopeful, writes Dr. Senn in  Leslie's Weekly. Those affected will  be isolated, and if this is done, prevention may be used until consumption will be a thing of the past. The  great work to be done is in medicine,  for surgerv long ago has reached pi-  most its limit of perfection. Simplification in surgery will develop, but  I think no great discovery in that  branch of the profession remains to  be made. In fact, I think that the  greatest triumphs of surgery have  been attained, and to make them  more accessible will be the work cf  the future. As the medical profession in late years has discovered the  causes of the worst diseases.'it will  only be a question of time when  preventives will be generally used.  The outlook, then, is that the human  race will be better physically, than  it has ever been.  No Coloring Matter  No Adulteration.  Absolut^lPupe,  V -v *.*���������; vR*  , ���������VVj-*-  OliCENTEA  'The samo oharaoter as Japan, but Infinitely more  dellolons. Sold In the'same farm as tho famous  "SALADA" Blaok Tea, fa Seated Lead Paokets only.  AT ALL. anOOCRC.      40* BOe end 60o Per Lb.  k���������  Valuable Conch. Shell  There are evidently a number of  mysterious properties ������������������ about the  conch shell in its relation to Indian  religious rites and ceremonies that  require investigation. For instance,  a conch with its spirals twisting to  the right instead of to tlie left is  supposed to be worth its weight in  gold.    Some years   ago   a conch of   ^that-4e8cription,j^i,oSered_for_8aL3_  in Calcutta with a reserve priceTof a  lac of. rupees placed upon it. It was  eventually bought in for ������4,000.���������  Allahabad Pioneer.  Cholera and all summer complaints  are so quick in their action that the  cold hand of death is upon the victims before they are aware that dan-  f;er is near. If attacked do not di-  ay in getting the proper medicine.  Try a dose of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's  Dysentery Cordial, and you will get  immediate relief. It actB with wonderful rapidity and never fails to rt-  feot a cure.  An Irishman .was displaying a full  Une of snnjpli������B ot dress materials,  'and the prospective buyer had  handled and rohandled them, discussing their merits -and demerits ad  nauseam, asking Anally, "Are they  fashionable?"  "Thev wero whon I flrst becan to  Bhow them to you," replied the traveler, "but I'll be hanged if I can  . tell you now."���������Strand Magaslne.  _��������� ^    ~ ������������������  Much distress and sickness in  children in onusod bv worms, Mothor  Graves' Worm Exterminator gives ie-  lief bv removing the cause. Give it  a trial and be convinced.  "The idea that I said American officers would run away ia ridiculous,"  exclaimed tlio Japanese, indignantly.  "Then yoti wish me to deny that  you said itP"  "Yes, indeed, Such a statement  would bo n violation of ethics, Be-  sides, they'd be too scared to run,"  --Philadolphta Ledger.  Might Have Been Worse  A young, woman settlement worker  who is well known in Boston's social  circles observed that one of her proteges had a "black eye," and, guessing its source, she wished to be sympathetic and said kindly, after speaking   of   the   woman's   eye:   "Never  mind, Mrs.  Mc , everything will  be all right. Your troubles might  be worse."  ___"Sure it might be worse," answered  the> woman,,",. philosophically:���������-I-  might be like yourself, Miss; with no  husband at all."���������Boston Record.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Garget  in Cows.  Your Hatr  Contrary?  Ii It tallied ft ras ewayP  Dea't punted It with a cruel  braih Md esabt Feed it, nour-  itb It, lire h vWi Ayer'i Hair  Vlfor, irr Imprtved fernuli.  Thai raw hair will ramila at  hang, aa year head, where It  beleafi. Ai etegait tfreesfaf.  Keeps ibe eealp healthy,  *^?F.^F jEBWpt *W tm^mmW *faj t**i$ ���������i9*eW*  -A  tjeri  m9***r%mmm% yHh  mmmjejamm*  tSmm tt w a,  Many brief and telling replies are  laid to the account of ��������� Douglas Jer-  rold. It will suffice to recall one.  "What is going on?" said a bore,  stopping Jerrold on the street. "I  am," and .the speaker suited the ae;  tion to the wow.  Akin to this ,was the answer of  Jphn Wesley to the blustering swaggerer who pushed him on the path,  with the insulting remark, "I never  jhake way for a fpol." ��������� .   s  ,;"I always do," said Wesley,  quietly stepping aside,' and then  placidly pursuing'his way;  A similar, anecdote is told of Lord  Kitchener of Khartoum, who, while  walking in St. James park, waa accosted by an' effusive stranger, who  grasped his hand and said:  "Hello, Lord Kitchener. I bet you  don't know me I"  The general gazed at him un'  moved. "You win," he remarked laconically, and walked on.���������Bellman,  A man went to a boxing instructor  and a|ked"'^im how^much.he would  charge him ' for '���������'< twenty-five lessons.  The instructor told ; him hiB -terms,  and the lessons commenced. After  two lessons the pupil, who was some-  ���������what the worse for .wear, remarked.  to the professor, "You see, I wanted  to take enough .lesson's so that I  could learn enough about ,thie manly  art to lick a man." I've changed my  mind now. I guess I'll send the fellow down to take the rest of the les-  sons.  Just the Thing. That's Wonted���������  A pill that acts upon the stomach  and yet is so compounded that certain ingredients. of ��������� it preserve their  power to. act upon,, the intestinal  canals) so as to clear them of. excreta, the retention of which cannot b-1  be harmful, was., loi)g looked for bv  the medical profession. It was found  in Parmelee's -Vegetable Pills, which  are the result of-much, expert study,  and are scientifically prepared as a  laxative^and-an^alteraUve-in-pne���������U  1.5������������i  try:-  "Yes." said the-:. "'girl who makes  collections. "It is one of- the best  autographs I have in my collection."  "But are you sure it is genuine?'-  "Positive.. .1 cut it" from a telegram  that his wife received from him:"���������  Tatler.  Beware ef   Olntmento for batarrh .-thai  Contain Mereury,-.  m mennr-/ will earety irnttey tbe eenat  of tynall uni , eprapleteiy   mtamm   thi  whole if item vhra ewMwiu Hlkiout  tba mnm rarftoM. 0������*hj>rtisl������ skoals'  ftom reputable, pkydefue.. 'M-TtSe: 4m*  tbay will do ts traMi to tbe goo*  rt.. *���������������   ranlbly   *\*rt*b ; lreas^;tSe������  JelVs esUrrk Owe. manotaM*t*4 Wl.  ���������J. Owner * Con(JFqls������p,^hloMS,eo������������eijM  EM****!***^ **^*i UJ*W ^-aramlir;  sethn <1u-mUt.omi tba bleat nml,meal-  V&i,WW* **'*������* J******  *��������� ewr-fA  9*0. ���������***���������i������kK -w *^**m\ar  ." rf* A  PERSISTENT WITCH HUNT.  WIRE WOUNDS  My mare, a very valuable one,  was badly bruised and out hy being  oaught in a wire fence. Some of tbo  wounds would not heal, although I  tried many different mediolnes. Dr.  Boll advised me to use MINARD'S  stronger as the sorer began to look  better, until ajter,three . vpeoks ths  sores have healed, and best" of all,  tho hair is growing well and is NOT  WHITE, as is most always the sbsa  in horse wounds,  F. M. DOUCFJ.  Weymouth.  W������ omafntr NfjevajWt, erme meeti  mia ham anTttem Imareeet iftraraljL  to a met prepsrstfen for tbt bslr and  twit. Stops lantag hair. Carta asa-  staff,  PresMtee the growth of bslr.  t*������M*.0,<kr������>0*. MrwMW  r  Stopsg|;_  Colic bSSSJ-  Itana'^SMtarTramrc  -flt-thafcetUl  W.   ft.  U.  Mt, ������T  Workmen's OompVnAtlon.  The now Workmen's Compensation  Aot oane into foroe on Monday, July  1st,  Roughly speaking, every person employed in manual labor, all domostio  sorvante and persons employed otherwise than, in manual labor whoee ro-  munoration does not exoeod 11,380,  ome within the act. For all accidents to these employers are liable.  The oompensa'ion for partial or total  incapacitation oannot exoeed |5 a  week. Rnhjeot to that limitation, the  basis of compensation will bo 50 ptr  ���������������������������nt, of the average weak earnings.  Sn lnng as an employe ia inoapacitAt-  id the pwymont goes on though it  may be renewed by tho purchase of  nn annuity equal to 7ft per oent, of  Uie ntutuiu ..m..c .! -h" ������������������������������������������'v tin*,  ment Whon d*������(it,h results from Mr  Injury the maximnm compensation ������������  ,1i:ed at $1.^500 and tlie minimum at  1^60.         Auttrslla'i Wine Orep.  ttltt   i*X)i    Vlllmm%lA in**.'.   ...r.y.   "   ***������  ii the finest Australia has ever hod.  Abundant rains were the chief cause  >f this fortunate result,  In northeast Victoria the phyllowra  is gradually getting a hold and is destroying the vine by alow degrees,  They are being reconstructed on resistant stocks, howovor, and it is  hoped thai the output will In a (ew  years Im giwuUir than ever,  In South Australia art excellent crop  ht reported from all the widely  ^operated district*. Certain verfeUee  have (ailed, but others have gfvirt a  more than usually ahondant crop,  with U������ result that Ott miairtJty will  tie about th* same as laat year, while  tbt ooality wm te inflniwry ottiec.  mntja in foisde,  .^^U  We  uWke XeU's family P1U. for eeaeUpa-  "You say tlie young man who is  calling on you is a young man ot  lofty aspirations." .   '  "Very; he aspires to become your  son-in-law."���������Houston'Post.  BNOU8H SPAVIN LINIMENT rtnoris  ���������11 h������rd, toft ������r ������slloM*d .lamps mi Urns-  linn, (rota bants, blood* > ipavla, ��������� aurki,  tpllnta, rinfboM, awaeaar, ttMat, tprani, ior*  snd iwoIImj ihrwA eoufhi, tte> Sait |50 by  uio of ono bottle. W������mnt������d tha most won*  dorfol Qlomiib. Ouro tin known, '  1 '        mmmmmmmmm~~  A striking example of presence of  Sind had just occurred in the his-  ry lesson, and the .teabher* oqnsider-  ed it an opportune moment for inculcating upon her class the many advantages of resourcefulness  "Now, children," she said, "suppose a tiger were to seiee ono of you  in its hungry jaws and carry you off  into the.jungle, what would you do?''  No reply.  "You toll me, Tommy," she continued, pointing to one of. the  brightest youngsters.  Tommy hesitated.  "Dome, Tommy," she said.  "Would you cry for help������"  "No, ma'am,'* said he. "Mother  says little boys shouldn't apeak ������t  meal tlmcs,"~-Aniwers,  Woman > Undergoes Ordeal to  Refute  Accusations of Kilting.  A remarkable tale of native superstition and credulity was, told at tbe  Magistrate's Court recently, when  eight .Maahona natives from the Mire-  was district underwent preliminary  . examination for committing^ certain  offences under the Witchcraft'Suppression Ordinance, says The Rhodesia Herald. The eight natives were  all relatives, and the father of some  of them died recently. Not bejng quite  satisfied that death was, due to natural  causes, appeal was made to a certain  native named Chibanda, who the  prosecutor Btated was a well-known  witch doctor, though this fact was  aot elicited, in evidence. The outcome of the incantations was that two  of the sons, Mapira and Katiwa visited a neighboring kraal and accused 8  native woman named Kajiwa of haying bewitched their father and caused  his death.  They demanded of the husband ol  this lady that ahe should undergo an  ordeal to test the truth of the allegations. The husband asked for three  days' grace, saying he wanted his  _wife|sjincle ��������� to be present at the trial..  When" thllTspace+had~elapsed-:Ghitan-  "d^ria;'. tbfer^Sbattd; --w0ompaftied,:byv  his wife and her uncle, a native named  Denti, set out for. the kraal at which  the ordeal was to take place. On  arrival the party were, directed to a  small spruit below tbe kraal, where  the eight natives sat in conclave.  Chibanda was master of ceremonies,  and sat cooking some liquid in a pot  When the medicine was cooked the  lady was told to take a draught, It  was explained that two draughts of  this medicine would act either as an  emetic or a burgative -should the woman be a witch.. Two draughts wove  administered, but left tbe lady undisturbed.  ��������� Chibanda thereupon again piled the  foe3ittine>eVidently determined that  the oracle 'should work,' and after the  unfortunate female had taken 81 doses  nature rebelled and the medicine acted, in its dual oapacUfr. On this five  ot the natives sprang up with asBe-  gais and kerrios, crying: "There is  the witeh who killed our father. Let  ua kill her." But the husband and  uncle came to the rescue. After some  discussion the bereaved sons agreed  to be compensated, and as a first instalment the unole handed over a kaf-  fir hoe, telling them if tbey killed  his nieoe he would inform on them.  The lady and her relatives then went  baok to their respective kraals, Three  days afterward the two natives, Mapira and Katiwa, revisited tho lady's  husband and demanded the witch to  be handed over to them to be killed.  This he refused to do, and later the  woman escaped to tbo native commissioner.  ������sfit thill befoyyttHM- TalhwhySw  -*J*9i UHS onif ������������ttl MtnU io eh*������p������  FD������r ft*?,*"! ������������ ������Ut. HUi why on*  REE ^UJ������*n*m*mHtr**it*.m  mm'' m       h������r^*f������*������"H������r*lNrtjrW.BWa������  Book   SMtaJTSM^SiraSaV  Tha PEDLAR People STtt  *mm*m e*mm\   Ommmi'-mumm, ,lm*t** ,wtaS2  .'.>���������'"   -Jj  BSBBtBB  A Horse with a  Strained Shoulder  Is sound at a doner la 04 home  mlU* j imm rbl tU mt. Sfct with  ; *������!le*p������������ Laenftig������s Kssenee.  It gives tafetoat relief ta all  ���������um of atreiai, Braises sod  tig* tat - etnagtheoe 'tte  weak teek, stenldfrtr kase.  Lively In the Teaemerits.  A young woman now to mission work  on tbo eaet side, New York, was lately  moved to comment sadly upon the  monotonous and cheerless existence of  tbe Inhabitants of the tenements,  "I suppose there le littlo brightness  and recreation in yoor Uvea," aald the  to an oleven-yeer-old girl  "Ob, I don't know about tbat" answered the girl, "It ain't oo dull as  you might think. Bore's always some-  thin' doln' to beep ua trom gtttln' blue.  It's lively Bomotlines, all rljibt, Por  instance, las' night the pooplo on onr  floor waa a-cuttlu' up high, Dere wat  a gentleman noxt to ua what bad do  tremens, an' de lady right mioss tbe  hall from us wu Jagged to sbo nearly  bit her sister's ear, ott"  Whether yea hava out Itont  or twenty, eoddents are liable  tehsppea say time. Step ���������  btttltof  Fellows'  a  Leeming^  &99QnC6  heady eo yoa eea hm Hwbaa  a bottle. Atdealeea.  Mue a ommmbv  ie  Hurt Hie reelings.  "I told you that poor young widow,"  began Mrs. Nuritch, "that you'd glvo  ber boy work ir-  ������������������Well, f won't," Interrupted Nuritch |  "8be sent him today with a note uist  aabl, 'I uiual dud tnuyin'mcut tw my  ���������on, even If he works for a mom pittance.' Tbe nervo ot ber callin at '���������  mere pittance.'"  A  Vt* Fer Pmilry  "Do you enjoy poetryf'  "Ye������,r answered Mist Cayenne, ������lt  it a great conversational convealenct.  It enables people to quote Instead of  btlBg etttpldly original"  coot*.  AD etelk it compoeed of fettfto. If  yeo mnn the Uaieat bit and plaee it under a powerful microscope yoo will tee  aa laJatte aoasber of extreneiy dim(5-  nwmm, aad me epoctaete on a  ttalt it am beaaUfol than tht  term* tr thttt ttqr ktaaa at  Bf* wkkk tie aitelttta if  ^=  spnoc  av^M it... 1 *  ���������cuguuao  Soree  flwollinga  sprains ,  Brabet  *a*-am  ���������A, I'- ,  Oombaulfs  IttMUImMlhOftftpiUttrs.  1 hi tMa, Ntaarly iar4 FasJthre Owe (or  taw tsaoni. ���������"'  m    ' ,.i-ii',**i'-'   >  ��������� Axi ,' A.l'.\  '\.rV-  mmwwm  mu M TION  i. ^,J  The perpetual charm  of frethneggtnd criipaeta  ���������of daintiness and deli-  doutness ���������> it in every  box of  Moonoy1*  Perfection  Crcf&in  Sodas  ���������held aytWm bj the  air-tight, moisture-proof  packages. There U a  best m everytWng. In  Biscuita, it's Moovtr'a.  WILSON'S  KHI ejitnt aM,  mneneertme  $M  * 1 .r?  '-'".'iv :'t."/-..">-^"������-,v."j ������������������������������������    ,. 6 :���������>  -.Y.  .*���������  JMi?EWS^TOBERL^MD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Local Items.  Messrs, R. A brains and Alf.  Horne, of Union Bay, have returned from Vancouver, looking  well, alter a pleasant holidayr  The weekly train from Union  Bay has been discontinued for  the present.  Miss Nita Wiwmngham gave a  birthday party on Saturday, aud  with her'many little friends spent  a pleasant afteiuoou. She feels  big now.   She is seven years old.  The Nicholson boys have returned to the camp tor the win ���������  ter.  Mr Lou Goe has returned to  this camp and intends remaining  for the winter.  Pay-day brought added joys to  the home of Mr Hudson. Wallie  smiles and says "It's another big  boy."  Mr Alex Ronalds and family  "left   ou  Thursday  ou .a visit to  friends in Washington.    ���������  On Tuesday evening a number  of the Liberals of Cumberland  met and appointed the following,  officers: President, J. Bruce; Vice  President, R. Dowdall; Treasurer  J.J. Weir; Executive, J. Stewart,  E.. Biekle, T. Hudson' J. Humphreys, Alex McKiunon, J. J  Weir and Walter Hudson. Delegates to Vancouver convention:  J. Bruce, E. Bickle, T. Hudson,  W- Hudson.  wreath; Mr and Mr* McDonald,  (Comox), wreath; Mr and Mrs C  Parnhain, Crescent; Mr and Mrs-  Cameron, crescent; Mr and Mrs  James Stewart, cross; MraudMrs  G W Clinton, cross; Mrs J Roe.  cross; Mrs Piket, cross; Joe at d  Herbert Stewart, spray; Mr Fred  Nunns, spray; Mr and Mrs Jack  Jeremy, spray; Misses Violet and  Nellie Matthews, spray; Rupert  am! Frank Shaw, spray; Mr and  Mrs L W Nunns, spray.  Mrs William Rees,of Roselyn,  Wash., and Mr Crawford Dobe-  son, of Iowa, are the guests of Mr  Ira Games.  A Dick, inspector "of "minesr  was in Cumberland, on Saturday.  Fricke, the . photo-man, is in  town until October ist.  A Sad Accident.  Geology.  Boring  End  Sinking  It is with deep regret that we  chronicle the death of Mr Charles  Bardrick, who met with a fatal  accident in No 4 mine on Thursday evening last. The sad occurrence has cast a gloom over  the whole town <   -  An inquest was held at 2,p,m,  Saturday, returning the following verdict:  We, your, jury empanelled,  find, according to the evidence  given) that the deceased Charles  Bardrick met his doath by accident while performing his duty  as pumpman, and attach no  blame to anyone.  P McNiven, foreman; Oran P  Stevens, Alex McNeill, Charles  McDonald, J. Siewart, Henry  Reese, J K Banuermau.  After the inquest the body was  takeu to the residence of Mr L  W Nunns, from which place the  funeral took place on Sunday last  at x:3o,p,ni., under the auspices  of Union Lodge, No 11., IOOP,  of whicii deceased was a member.  From Mr Nunn's  house  the  ?recession proceeded to Holy  'rinity church, where the beautiful service for tbe dead was read  by Rev.LePevre. The service  closed with the hymn "The Day  Thou gaveat, Lord, is Kuded,  The funeral march was played as  the cortege left the church.  The interment took place at  Sandwick churchyard* the im-  prcsaivc lodge ceremony buing  conducted by the Noble Graud,  Mr Wm Walker, and the chaplain, Mr D R McDonald.  The pall bearers were: Messrs  O W Clinton, A H Peacey, D R  lIwDi^ald, PtM Ntwtw, (lliartai  raroham, and L W Nunna.  Mr Bardrick was a general favorite, respected by everyone  who knew him. Those who  worked with him well knew his  worth. The deepest sympathy it  felt by all for hia relatives in  EngUud.  The beautiful casket was coveted with exquisite floweis sent  by the following:���������Mr and Mrs  Edmund Davis, wreath; Mr and  Mrs Jot Moore, wreath; Miss  Strang aud Miss Smith, wieath;  Mr and Mrs Kilpatiick, wreath;  lit and Mrs Dave Walker,  wreath; Mr and Mrs William  Walker. #!*���������*? Mr and Mrs B  me matmmmmwm������,., (, ���������,.,.���������. . t r m fc.  Moon* wreath; Mr and Mrs  Abratna. wreath; Mr and Mra Sea.  -vtrdo, wraetb; Mr Earl Clark,  fl Qpeat Opportunity.  for young men wishing to obtain instructions in MINING and kindred  subjects;  An Evening Class will commence on Tuesday evening  October ist, 1907, at 7 p. m,  at John Cuuiiffe's house,  Cumberland, B. C.  Subjects dealt with will be;���������  Phis comprisf-s the various classes of rocks that compose the crust of  the earth, especially those in which coal seams are enclosed and adjac-  thereto, etc. "*.  All modern methods adapted for boring, sinking, and proving coal  seams, including hand boring, percussive boring by machinery, boring  .with a diamond drill, ihe necessary appliances for such worlc with com  parisons as to efficiency and cost of each method. Sinking through watery stratta, and quick sand, the securing of shaft sides, their vertically  and lining, the sizes of shafts and their most suitable position in a coalfield, eve.  Comprising the plant necessary for a modern up-to-date colliery where  a large output is of first importance. ThisI subject embraces the steam  boiler, the injector, the sieam engine, air compressing plant, and the  Mechani- d���������"?6 of mines, pumps :ind pumping appliances, the fitting up of shafts  1 En - both surface and underground, ropes, conductors, and cleaning arrangements, haulage the. different systems and comparative economy of each,  various examples as> to the sizes of engines, number of boilers, and all  requisite machinery suitable for an extensive modern mine will be worked out and explained in full detatl. ..."  Dalton's Atomic Theory, the atomic weights of thc several elements,  their manner of combination and the changes that take place by combin-  relating to ation, the difference between simple and.compound gases, etc.  ~*~~ "Th^i*r^tttre7*colfl"p"o7iirro"n^cliemical-symbolsrspecific-gr3vity-ahd-how_  lne liases ascertaine(ji the jilw ���������f diffusion, how affected by temperatures and press-  met with in ureS) ar,d ^n manner, they affect human or animal life.  Coal Mines.    The different methods adopted, the furnace, the waterfall, the steam-  jet, and the fan (including the,several kinds ol fans and their reputep ef-  Ventilation. ficiency) the barometer, thermometer, anemometer and water-gauge, the  friction of air in mines, the effect bf splittin6 and extent to wnich splitting  may be carried economically, with various examples worked out and  explained in detail.  The lighting   The safety lamp, fire-damp detectors, carbonic acid gas detectors, and  of Mines, naked iIrIhs.. - t,     '  How to make and connect -i surface and underground survey/plotting  Surveying and plan-making, how to adjust and' check yoii'r. instruments and the  and      necessity of doing so regularly, the systems, of 'keeping' ihe field book  that thc notes may be plotted M any luture'iiniej   The level, its adjust-  Levelling. ment an(j useS) ^ ma������������������er of keeping the levelling book and p ptiing a  . profile. ' .  .; _ ,'.'��������� .  Their nature, composition, usjes, anil stQr,������g'e;'lioinparisons' of the effic-  of each kind, and the gaseseniitted by* 'feach'tffter combustion. . .  Any-or all thc above subjects will be dealt'���������'tf.ilh "during the session  commencing on above date u������d ending about the end of May 19118, not  necessarily in the above order, but will be varied to suit the requirements of the student*.   For further particulars apply to  Cumberland, 11. C. Sept 4th, '07.   ��������� JOHN CUNLIFFE.M.E  eermg.  Chemistry  Explosives.  Note.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  BUTOKCEl^ BHOB"        f  A'woinan may cook a good roast, but that is her business,  A man nviy enjoy a good roast, but (hat's his business,  We sell good rosibts of beef, lamb, and mutton, that's our business.  i: Comox Co-operative Society,  F AITKEN.Manager.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  0. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADESTOVES  And" Bit KITCHEN UT8N8IL3  Sportsmcns Goods  and  General Hardware  fVt������wi; Si������nt *r.���������The new  govprnniMit inint in to be opened  at once. Officials have arranged  where to get their copper supply.  Por thc present it has been found  necessary to import it from the  American side.  Toronto, Sept ai.���������Mr IshU.  representative of the Japanese  foreign office, blames the Canadian labor unions for the feeling  Against Jap labor. When asked  tht* cattan or trouble in the West  and if his countrymen work for  less than a white man, Mr Iehii  replied in the negative, saying  he knew many cases where thev  got oa mucb aa others. Mr Ishii  said he thought more Japanese  would come h Canada.  ���������"    B. 0. Pioneer.  Mr John Williams, an old Cariboo miner, and for many years  a resident of Comox district, died  iu the hospital at New Westminster on Thursday last. For  some time Mr Williams had beeu  ailing and accompanied by Mrs  Williams he sought to obtain  special treatment at New West*  minster, but the disease had  taken such a hold on him that  all that medical aid could do  failed to prolong life,  TJi������������ YxnAy will arrive et Crrm-  ox thia i������v������������itlnf (Tnendav) and  the funeral will take place tomorrow (Wednesday) to the cent,  ctery at Sandwick,  The deceased leaves a wife to  mourn the loss 01 auueciul  faithful husband,  Gait, Ont, Sept ai.���������A double  fatality occurred on the Gait railway near Hespler today. Mr  and Mrs McDowell were on their  wedding tour driving to Hespler  when, endeavoring to cross a  traca ahead of ��������� passenger train,  the buggy waa struck down.  The injured persons were taken,  ton hospital, but both succumbed  tb their fnjnries. The horae escaped unhurt  i This range'sovon i.; rather ,&$ "i^.;  larger than siems. ^$m* Jj������  necessary, but you'll ^������0&T *"'  like the extra room./flp'T  since it takes ���������������$/'  less   fuel   and 0M  less fuss to do  **������^  better baking.  Oven    lined  with heavy asbestos to keep  heat where it  belongs; top,  bottom and back ^m  uniformly    ^**rM-m.  .ii^p  ������3aa'''M8CgjClicL  ?������������������>?*  Vw-vrr;  *>h  thick.  Bums Wood  or Coal  This Crop-oven  door can't  slam  down nor get -wobbly on hinges,���������patent check-spring!  stops that. Oven bottom is double���������perforated-steelloosef  bottom over the real oven bottom: level surface, always. [  ^ Way the fire door's'built, and tlie special draft design,  make this tho most; sensitive of ranges to control,���������  easy to manage, suro to satisfy.   Come and look it J  over,���������you've .seen no range iikeiWqr the money.  TEE GURNS7 FOUNDS*/  CO., imnm^^mi^' Toronto  aaa   ^^gi-Mfe**. -*^������Mp!' Montreal Hamilton  Winnipeg Calgary Vancouver  For Sale by Magnet Cash Store, Sole Retail Agents.  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������^ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  I      THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Capital. 83,9<.'0,000  Reserve, 84,390,000  Assets,   $45,400,000  Deposits, 832,400,000  The Manager of tlio Koyal Bank of Canada  ��������� ���������- ,-_-__will__b_e__pljJM^J2J5en^jhose^   who   believe   in  Saving    Money  and placing it where it will earn Interest.  Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.  ���������AS, NETHERBY,  mana~  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  A  K.AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIK8' TA ILO 1 {-ALA DE COSTU MES A SPEC1 ALTY  SUITS mflDE TO   ORDER AftD  IN ANV STYUH YOU CUISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  w-et)me������*m*mmm ������<������<������������������<���������<  Written in RED to call your ATTENTION,  thnt there there ii nu neoewity to itrnd Eau far yuur Weddins Oiftn, m thn  nine Good* oan bo purohrueil from the undesigned (or LEMS MONKY,  How i.< thii (louo? Weill bynoClork. topsy, low rant, etc, knowing  where to buy ���������ml pnylng.Caeh 'or mmo. 8T8RLINO SILVKU, 81LVKU  PLATB OUT GLASS, LBATHRH U00D8, DIAMOND O00D8, etc, etc  STODDART, the Jeweler,  msm  mi.  3)������������������������������^������������������������������������������S^  OH  *S  ������  __  ������  Tho BplHiidld Perolioron ntalllon  "JUST  41734"  (Color, liny.   Woight, 1870.)  Recently purchased by the Coinox Hortfc Hroecler������' Association  from McLaughlin Bros., Columbus, O., will stand for service at  the stable of  B, Crawford, Ciourtenay.  T������rm*������  $3g ln������urano������  Mnrofl dent from n dlotnuoo will bated  And cared (or nt n-neounblo ratoi till Bote  V������������vt week Mr Thos Hudson  will oommence work on the telt������  phone system un Deuman and  Hornby Islands. The system,  when completed, will connect  theao two islands with Union  Bay. One u;uU*������ ������uU\>i������ v. illlc  eslablUhed on each islaud. Thit  should prove of very excellent  service to residents.  Two of the dwelling houses  being erected at Union Bay arc  nearing completion.   MrjCar-  thew iuut the coutuct.  The Wellington Colliery Co.  are clearing the ground preparatory to building some dwelling  boos**. Mr R Ccssfotd lias the  contracts  Mt L A Motitiee left Thaw,  day for Nanaimo,  <>  Campbells <;  ������TUBNOVSS0. TABTS,  ' ' ORSBBB OAKBS,  , , IBUIT ICWiBlf.  t ,ft8ct������.......,,,.. per cIok. ,  I : CBIAX PUrFi,....80o,do������.  \ \       MEAT PIE8  Ev������ny Saturday    \  3 for 26c  BAKERY j;  hUM**999***9MU9%99  i ���������       ���������** 'WA;^m^..._   '';. .*��������� \.'t '.$&' thSE'  -^;  r.tJW*''  "\  If  Till- Cr.\ir.HRL,\NI) XKWS, Cl'MI'.KRI.AN'n. l'������  C.    SI 1 TKVITP, 2.1. icf 7.  LAND ACT.  lorm of Notice  Rupert Land District.  TAKK NOTICK tbat Hubert Winslow  Di'riiitf.of Cumsis Valley, State of Oregon  United States of America. Timber Cruiser, intends to app y for a Special timber  licence over the,following described lauds  situated in Ituport' District, Vancouver  Island, viz:  No. I. Commencing at a post planted  40 chains west of the South West Corner of lotJlOo Sayward District and about  lb)chains nortb of au unknown C eek  inarked N. E. Corner R. W. D. tlience  South 81) chains thenee West 80 cbains  thence Nortb 80 chains thence East 80  cliaitis to place of commencem- ut and  containing 640 ivcres more or less.  Staked August 31st, 1007,  Nd. 2. CoinnWticiug nt a post planted  about,40 chiuns...West of the S mth West  eorner of*lot No. 805 Sayward District  "^pTnWTTO^BmliF^ortirfnTfa^nT^nn"  known Creek and marked S. E. C>r. R,  VV. 1). tbenee North 80 chains tbenee  West 80 chnins theno- South 80 chains  Iheuee East 80 chains to pice of commencement and containiug 040 acres  more or Its* ���������  Staked August iltst, 1IK)7.  No. 8. "Commencing at a popt planted  about 120 chains West of the Sontb west  corner of lot No. 805 Sayward .District  uud about 40 ohnins Not tli of nn unknown  Creek tbe postlieing marked North East.  Conierthence South 80 chnins West 80  North 80 chains Entt 80 chaius to the  place of c mmepcerueut containing 640  nores more or less-  Staked 3lst dny <.f August, 1007.  No. 4. Commencing at a post planted nbout 120 oh'iw������ wesv of tbe South  West oorner of lot !J05 Snywnrd District  and nbout 40 ohains Noi tli ot hii ' unknown Creek thenoe 80 ohains Nortb  tbenee 80 chninu West thenee 80 ohains  Soutli theuce 80 chains K i������t to pine** of  commencement containing 610 wren  more ar less.  Staked 3Ut August, 1007.  No. 5. Coramenciiu nt n post planted  nbout J20 chains west nnd about 80 chnins  south of the 8 W������ at corner of lot HOT* Su>-  wnrd IHatiiot nnd nbout 100 chninu West  of J4 post on surveyed land und Wtwt line  of Section 110 post being marked N. W.  ooruer tbeniM South WI'cIiiiIiih E������st 80  chaius North 80 clmtu* West 8(1 chains to  plnoe of commencement and containing  040 norea more or Wa*.  flliiked Hapten lav 2nd, 1007.  No, ll. Commencing Ht a post nbout  1*20 chnins West nnd nbout 811 cbuitiH  South of thi Smith West oorner ot lot  MUHayward Distriot nnd nbi ut UK) chnins  West of U poat on Heotion !W of survey.  ed land and wont line of Heotion 80 pout  being marked N. K. ooruer thenoe Houth  HO ohalna thenoe weat 80 ohnlns thenoe  North 80 ohalna thenee Kant 80 ohniua to  plaoe ot ooiniuenoeinout oontnluing 040  aorea more or Ims.  Staked September 2nd. 11107.  No. 7. Commenoing nt a poat planted  about 200 chains Weat nnd 200 chains  Houth of Houth Weat oorner ot lot WXt  Sayward Diatrlot thenoe North 40 chains  thenoe Eaat 160 ohalna thonce Houth 40  thenoe West Ilk) ohains to pluot) of oommeneement containing 610 acres more or  leea.  Sn.rt. Vomrtieneinp, nl. n post plnnl-vl  about'100 chnfna Wtwt nnd about 200  obalna Sontb of tbe South of tha Hoinb  Weat eorner of lot 806 Sayward Diatriot  thenoe 40chalra south thenoe 160 ohnlns  mimiwU*.** 19 vLa-'M S'-f-h thm**- ?���������������  ohalna weat to plat* of oommem-ment  eontaiuluff two aorta mora or leu.  Staked Beptembar Ml, 1007.  No. 0. Commenoing at a poat planted  nhout too ohalna waet aod ab< ut HKi  chaina antitli of Iho smifh went corner nf  lot 'dOt Sayward I Metric* thenoe we������t4i>  i*hiiinc ttiene,. north \do ehohiti thenee  .aat 40 chaina thence south MJo chaina to  Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Comox Assessment District;  Province of British Columbia.  I HKREMY C.IVK NOTICK THAT 011 Friday, r 1 tli of October, 1907, sit the hour .of.i-leven o'e'ock  forenoon, at the Court House, Cumberland.  Briiish Columbia,   I shall sell by public auction   llie l.uuls-  hereiuafter set out of the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for   the   delinquent- taxes   uniiai.l bv  said persons on the 31st day of December,-- 1906. aud for interest costs and expenses, including the costs  of advertising said sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.  LIST AMOVE   MKXTlbxr-D  Na'mkoi* I'kkkon Assksski*  Brydeii .John ami Topper (Sir Charles 11.  Stanhimae, A. M.    Rowan, Johu  Piercy, John Fred.  Jeukinn, J; E Eatate  Wilson, John K<tate  WiUou, Johu E tattt  Murrsv, Alex.  Mura*������y, A ex.  WiUou, WttlUr .  Smith, Norman  Simpson, W.  MoArthur, JUmej A.  Lows, D, ll.  Barns, Gavin Hamilton  Matheion, Itotmt  Mathason, Uobtk  Rlliot. Ganttlrey  Short DRstruu-Tios ov Paoi'i-acrv  Sections .'I*.' md 72  4.1, acre* iu N. K. corner of Section OS  ! Ta\KS   I A.\l>     .ATK'.I liM.l,  ar.sri'.xux  Cost's  ���������ml      ;  KxrKs.-K)i!  Total"  OO.OO I  ���������������.-*.-. I  ~~2-40-j-  |      $ :u;. 1    ���������? -i.ttii 1  Km iot Lot I SI  INelson   District.  Lot 24, I Macros ;   4.80  Newcastle   District  Section 5 * 10 20 j  penman   Island  S. W. j* and S lotN. W. I of ScotioK.13       |  S'.'i N; ;K.':i.of 18 anil'S.:. \V   } ot Sw i ,11 22'  ' lior^iby     Island  ,r.,  . ��������� . ���������   ! *V������'*>  '.l>2 .  -I*.'-"-  I.'M !  I :i;s  .   .'-,��������� ".��������� ,������������������������ ,-i    ,  10 ubyetiiof, H, ;.J id S etimi I  lOucrisof W -.^ofiSeoton 18 ,       .    !   <������ ������<M  UiidiOidM AofX 1 of N. W. V>W. 5 oi.l'S/      '   '���������  ���������'.;;rii������f'jiv'.\V'.j,''������fft!otiou 11 ��������� .:' ,.4,/,8..i:  I'Milivid' d i'-o(���������K i of K.'W j of S������t..,5 ��������������� rt     - ���������  8. J, of'8. W;.i r^a,o h.n II j 4I.*������8 |  '''���������������������������    Group .  Lot' 1'il.il ' 4.05 ,  Say-ward     District  ������ \V. i ot Seutmo 21) 1>, 111 ''���������    \   ������������������������'������ I  Corttts   Island  I W.Jot N, K. ji.flseotion ������ j    1.80 |  *���������'r    Rupert   District  N jiiif Section II, T|). H . ������WW \  l..' W,( } ������fileotioii Ml, Tp. V( 12.WI |  8. W. | >f taction |<>, tp.'-VI   ' 8 48 I  Coast District Range  I  Lot 110       ' '-,     ! " lilft.20 1  .(i;>:  m \  i   -''  .311 j  j:ioo:  2.0s 1  .20 [  ���������������������������.IH|  ,011:  1. im I  .  .������4|  .42 |,  10.112 I  ���������J.iKI  -2:0i|-  ���������21HI  2 1 0 I  2.00 I  2.00;  ���������.'.no'  2.(K) j  2.00 ���������  2.00 I  2 ik) ;  2.00 I  2.(10 !  2.00 I  2.IK) I  2 (10 I  2.00 I  .f 7l.-I.i  ;������-i 1.7  ���������4-tS2-  7<U  22.10  :t co  7 07  8.IW  io.M  O  111  :i s'.i  4.'!,.Nil  I-III  10.011  81 .82  Baud at Cumberland, IOth Bopteiuber, 1907.V  John Bnird, Deputy Aaaiator,  Oorooi Aatttm mt D'.������trio\  Oumbarla id, F. O  f)l������o������(������f oommwhiiHiiiitiit, and V'liitdiiduK  tUOiiciicg more !>r Iphh,  Htnked 8epteihber 8rd, IW fi..;  No, 10, (jomnmnoiiijj ni a \innt \t\ittil*  tdiilKiut twi huiidr (1 cliiiinN wiwt nnd  iilioiit 240 tdinliiH aniuli of the anutli-^OMt  oornor of lot JMITi ih noe wiuili 40 clmlna  thonco emt 100 ohnlna.lheneti uorth 4T1  ohalna tlienoewoat lQUohiiluato |iln������n of  oonuneitcomeiit and ooutiiiiiiiitf ')l<* norea  mureorleaa.  Htakoil SeptatnlMr Iln}, 1UI7.  No, 11, CumiiianolngHtn poat plnntl:  ������d nhout 20:1 clmliiN wont and mImmiI UK1'  ubaina aouth of tho aouth wi-at 00 nor of  lot H05 Say ward Uiatridt tlifiiiw wml 40  ohnina them*) aontli Hlo tbenoe eaat 4o  oIihiiih tlianrw north Ido ohain^ to plait* of  oommnni'Mnent and oor.tainiriff, 04o nora^  moraorleM.  ;*u.ua;j<.<uT!������. ul,soo:. *\  <h1 about 2oo clmina weat and alxnit 80  ohalna north of tha aoutb weat'norner <.f  lot HOG Hty ward bint rii't llifnoe north 80  ohninaeunt Ho nlmlna aontli HouliniDa wfgt  iw v.umu������ iu v.*** ui VAiuuu������iMk.������kuv;ui vim-  taining Wo aorea more or leu.'  Htaked Hapten.Iwr 5 h, 1IKI7.  .  No. 11 Commenoinirat a po������������ plantod  about 2oo chain 1 wont and iilMint8o(<liaioa  north of the aouth weat oorner of lot Iloft  Hit} ward l*lArit-t llietnf outfit ft, etiuitm  wed tht ehninn aonlh K,> chiiim ������aMt 80  clmiiiH to pliicv of cmuutitcfuit'itt i-oittutn  iHlfWOavrmiiiortxir li**u.  StHbfdHcpdiiilN'r.Vli, IIKl7-  Dalwl al Viotoria. It. (1 S.-ptoiulii'i IMIi  H0ti7. 'i     -  i   <   'A.      llol.AMl VV|.\h|,OW DKKIN'd.  . t'  IIIHM Vid >������������������*���������',  '      '    (irt'Kon.U.S. A.  ,,   T|(iilH'ri'(iii������*r.  Local Items.  1  Land Aot.  Foritli of Notlt'v.  Srtyward und Ktipurt Land  District.  TAKKMiTK'Bthatt, llnlimd Wlim-  low |)������*rinir, > f Vtnnni Vallay, Mtjito of Oregon, Unitod Htntt^nf Atueriori, intnml to  apply for a apeoiul timl������'r licnncu ovur the  following damirilmd Innda altuatod 111 Hoy  | ward and Huiioit IhKt.iotH, Vanuoiiwr  1 lulRnd.vtii ,   -  \o. 1, ConiDHDiiiitf at a |Kwt planrwl  at tht* Miiitli ������a������t oumer of hit 3./V i-nx  ward Dint nut theuca aouth lOo ohalna  wmt 4o f-hnma north lOo ehalne emt 4n  ohalna to plwc nf Ito^inrlnK enntnininn  Oto aorea more dr \e*a.  Sli.k.M ^nh-inVrMh, 10O7.  Dati-d at \HotoriB, It. t'. .������cpl������>������Bl*������r. Wh  MW7.  If,.I tV|( WlNNl^W l������������:lt|Mi  l MUIMH  Villi*',*.,  Ori'tfoii, V H.A.  Mfjii. 17li.,  Mi*. I'. I'hillips llarvisou is 011  .1 li;i|) io Victoria. Ue will t\.  turn on Thiirsdiiy,  Kite proieetioii in ('iimhftliiid  now is such that iln* niies of  tustiraiHv should W Imveied  Hoo feel of new hose arrived la>i  Thtirsdity and Chief Hrnei* super  intended ihe itiMiillitt); of siuu  in the fue hull. Willi water pi\>  :������ure mn e<ju . 11*.-��������� I iu many eiiu>  Inrye or Mitall, antl ample hose.io  8������y iioihiii������ of the willing and  competent fire laddies, tint eiti-  :'.,'.'." i't' C'.'"',,\ '.laii1! -'.v^.il'l ''\t'  that there U cveelleiit fire i'n������>-  teeliou iu the titv-���������none better.  Mr. Daniel Keruusou of Shoal  It'ie \v\< 1 vJia't-ir 'ii Cnnilii rl:iiwl  l������������Ht week.  Dr. \i, H   Ivfir, denlijil,  dr*..  ires to notify his numerous pat  rotis iti and  nhout   Cumberland  that he vili ueM \i������ii \\-{ ... ,  ���������i' 'Ut the hut week in S, pVtu-  bir, i#t  wwi^wjwxf ^Mlll  m^wwiw^^W-A^M  w  .THK CUMBERLAND NKWS, CUMBERLAND, B. C.    SEPTEMBER, 24, 1907.  Tne Cjuios: Faixv  (Co i (ici Iiuui I'ngti I )  juis-i" witInmt c 'iiipliiiH'iitiiiff the  letintiifenietit oeiiendly tn\ thn  liuirked iui|)i'iivuiueiit in ihe Exhibition n������ a whole, uud we wero  alsu |)le:i.<ed to r-to nt inaiiv people  pns-iit. We hope to see sin even  greater ninnl er. enter; the (t-.lt.-i  HH.\t v������'ar. We iindertstjiiiil llml*.  llie iW-.*ipts* from this s uireo are  ���������.'icufly in advanee nf o her yours,  llefiife eh>iiijj; we would like t������>  netke two reinurks, nnd in u-H'-arji-  iv.tr spirit. Fir t, we -ire certain  111 it the . i*e(ttoi.-. would Iind it tu  llie ShuwVuilviiutii'iv to h-jvn in.iiy  Njmris, and secondly, our' ninilhs  s' ill Water wicn we 1 link of tlie  delicious pie- 111 (mi- re-exhibited  io tlie liaii. As lor llie Irnit, if  we biM>-*iii lo s-pi������.ik uooiit it wo  > iotil������l in ver linUli. As for the  lm lies' work il was j.uir excellence.  And 1-1*4, Init nor least, the. Iienilt-  il'ul di-pluy of liowvrs uud pliiuts  will loii}Jj line;ei* in om* ineiuoi'V.  LIST OF  VllVAii   WLNNFUS.  r������r 1 Shea'hugs ~U;, A U quhari; '2nd C  B idgee.  Kwo Limb���������1 ", \ U quhan; 2nd, Cha*  Biidtfi)**.  Ifnt Sheep���������1st A Urquhart.  Poa of Sheep���������1st, A Urquhart: 2od, C  Bridge*.  PIUS.  Yorkshire Boars���������1st, J A Halliday.  Cheater VVaite Boar oue year old���������Ut, B  Cikwford  Boar under one year���������2nd B Crawford.  8iw over one vear���������2id BCr.iwford.   '  ' Sow under o ie year��������� 1st W H. dgioo,2od  B B.-awford.      _ .  Sow with Litter-���������Int B Crawford,  Graded So*'one year old���������2nd J A Halliday. , L  .  Gradtd S.w with litter���������1st J A Halliday; 2-.d F fluids.     ���������  Heit Sow of any breed���������Speoial prize  awarded by Wal*vorlh <fc Rilntou to J A  Hallutay. a  ���������-.A" TOULTKY.  Bronzi! Turke> n��������� 1 ��������� 10 Bridges. *  Pekiu Duoks���������lat C Bridges. v  Roueu Ducks    1st C Bridges  Toulyuae Geese 1st F Childs, 2od Chas  Bridges,.  ���������;.,,. ������  '  Chicken, Birred Plymouth Rjoke 1st F  Childs, 2od T Cairns., ., "   '   '  Browu Legitime Ist A Salmond; 2od T  Ctirn*,.  White Lughorns    Is������, T Cairns.  BUcit lUiui.icts    Ut E H Davis.  D splay of P.ultry     C   H'thlgen, speoial  priz* awarded by A H Peace v.  , Cue Pair Dwksh.I P,,wl   .Ut T Woods.  One d zti Ki>n<' Eggs Is: A U-quhart;  -peoiaT pi ze awarded liy Mrs M K Bill.   HAHDKN   VKflKTABUSH       .   .  P.VITI.K.     ���������  -U   and   2nd,   W  J  [) irluun  Jlai-rigiMi,  Ik-il'ercilf���������1st, W J Hani-mii  ���������Icrseys, Imib two years old and  -up ���������Ut,   Wm   Dancnn; ind,   A  Trip) hurt.  t ow in e.uir or milk ��������� 1st, ,\ I Jr.  ijnhni'1; ind. Wm Diiiienii.  ...���������Two year old  hei fer~~ Ist,  Win  .Ibinemi.  One year old  Mfer���������Jst,  Win  hunciiii.  Any oilier, pure lired  bull���������Ul  ���������I 8 Higyins.  OltAUKIM'ATTI.i: KOIJ ii.MUV.  (irit'led milk cow��������� 1st A t'Wju  hart; rind J A  H'illi*liiy.  I lei fur   two yeui' uio���������Ut, .1 A  lliillidav; 2nd. il Wiii^ur,  lltiifwr one   yi'iir old ���������Ut ,1 A  llallidiiy. ,r  H������lfwr cill'��������� Ut ] A  llidlidtiv;  Slndj  A HhIli-Iny."  Van ol o*lvvtn--l������t * A Halliday.  Thin wnn u t^eoul p������ ixe given by Wai-  woilh 4 llolston, Vanoiiover.  HWST HAIIIV COW ft'lIK ntlKl'i UR SltAlMU),  Till* man a**jtt*id pi dm given by Messrs  MnPnec ft Sjh auil *iu the most oagerly  boiiteiUid among thu out tie.  1st A V (juiiartj 2nd Mrs J Berkley,  ROIINKN,  Iliavy Itmiight 8ulli<in���������������1st, "Just,"  ow.ied by Uimiiix Horse H/udioate.  Alare wnh tual at loot���������Ut, ll Crawford*  ** .il  R Oai ler.  " Mi'iukt������M Owl't��������� J at, ItCHwford; 2nd, U  (.'ariar.  DraughtT������ain���������l<t, J MuKolzui'Jud, I.  II iMvii, ������. . v  I'hti tbrst {iriKi for thia exhibit was given  li, IV I' Itiihut A Co ul Victoria,  (Itiimrsl ViAt\ftite lh r*t>���������Wroud mate with  IimI at foot���������UtU Wingar.  Cult, un >f������������s olil���������Isi, ������ Guilds.  Cull, one \*ar ohl���������l<t, C Bridges.  Huuking (Jolt���������Ut, ,1 A Ibllidi) i tt.id,0  Wiiigur  I'leiu���������Wt, U llridiia-) 2nd Mustr* Ami-  tn\������ *���������d lUil >rtl. riisi, iiriau tor this wa..  ������ivm U) All NitlieiW, of Cumboilaud,  ii ������i 11 oue-1 *t C llritigiut 2ml <I Muiith.  U *l������tur S.aliioit-lst I' Muiite.  i ..I x, two >uir ohl���������Ut II Ittiwnt '2nd,  Itev I Meimti.  I'ohs, mie )������������r old���������I <t C Hriilgein '.Mid,  ,1 Co t hew.  II st Turnout���������Ut Mrs J Mulv nxii 12 id,  Mr 1 >UK������.y.i*J. K.iio |iny.i awarded h>  1) || K tliuui, ot Coiirtn<.a)  Wi, on,nm let thu o|iuortunlty \}*-h with  i.in,I'liiiiiieiitlng nn tin. exuttllvui liorsemaa*  s ttoul Alt* -Xl*,-***!"- ���������* ���������  UiiUe Ihii'-.!* I���������,C |lrld|(e������, 'iul Mrs  W Parkin.     Kir.t   [inv.i ac/aideil liy BC  WajiklM   Horse���������Ut J  Mokeiodi-i 2^o  .M< Mts Alt lri������ws and llurford  fin age Tiam���������Ut, ,1 eh Kumte,  IJ������%, ..  '������<���������'" "'t, soy lir.mi���������I'his win  a ���������iN'Mi.d \>i it.- (irm ��������� Ity Mr   Mil >M,   ami  -i as the moit ka ty wiuimuid uvaut in trie  wii |������������Uii���������1*������ A' hi*Is,  Kiii.e.i',  Hhr������i|>shh������ H������������n*4���������I -t, A U iphart.  lirad d Two K������v������s��������� U , A L,qjh������r \2i.  Amir������)V������MiHi II irlo.tl.  Bmreof Cabbage   1 <>, Johu Koighf; 2id  IVe B'lio, (^uiiibe.ihud.  Tiimips   2id J K'li^ht.  -.   ���������    ���������;  Carrota   1st J K igh': 'in \ T Wo'oi-h  Parsuiiis   Ut T Ctiri^: 2 id .1 Kuighc.  Beets   Ut T WooiIh.2 A M B.Bill .  IVhle Corn   Ul J A'Aallida> j 2.d, id v  ���������f X Willemar.  Lttuoe   2 id J. hn Knight:  TableSqush   U. J'Parkin; 2nd'J* A  Halliday,  Vegetable Marrow     Ut Rev J X Willemar; 2 id TI nn s.  Tomatoes   Ut B Crawford 2ud JA Hdli,  ���������lay  Cicumbers     1st,   M H Piercy; 2nd, T  Woods.  Cau|iflowtr 1st, Itav J X Willemar, 2nd  J Knight,  Kohl Rdii   2nd, .1 Knight.  Bed Ouions     Ur, M H Pierc.t; 2nd. 3  Kniglc.      .  Yellow Onions   Ut, M H Piercy: 2nd A  Snlmoiid. .   ,. .-,.  Button Onions    Ut, Itev J X Wil lemur;  2nd Kev T Men-dea.  Boiled Potatoes Wt, Knight; 2ud, li H  Davis, ,"  . Potatoe Ojioos   Wt, A Salmonrtt 2nd, J  A Halliday, \\  Oarden Pea������, shelled < 1st, JPi*r������,' Deii  man I land,; 2ud Hev J X WillemaV |  String Benin     Ut, Hev J X Willemar; I  2nd, W R Habit. . ���������..?-,-i���������,,.n��������� r     K-'  Citron, M.l'iu    1st, T Cairns  ttantuh Kale Wt, J A Kuighti 2nd, ,1  Mund.ll. f   ���������'  liiumlis Sprouts 1st, J Knight* 2 id, I)  R RmIiIi.  Display of Garden Vegetable* .'!������������,-'J  Knight Hpooial prm-j awarded by EG  I'rio. &Co.,ot Viotoria, aud the wiunei  dtcHivus great credit,  Field Produce   Sheaf of Wheat    Wt, M  IJ Ball; 2nd,; J A Halliil.y. "^  Shtal of Hurley   Wt, HCarter.  Sheaf of OUs    Ut,  J Kuighti 2nd, It  Csrter.  J Hnshd of Wheat   liti M B 0*117   -  I IJiishel of Peas, white  2nd, J A' Halli-  ���������I**,. ���������  Potit  Gravesteiaa   1st. J Pieicy; 2nd, J Man-  dell.  . Duchess of Oldenbarg   2nd. Rev T Menzies.  Saotr . 2nd, T Cairns.  Golneo Russetts    Wt, B Crawford; 2nd,  J Pieroy. ���������  R >xbnrgh Russets   2nd, W Blaikie.  Baldwins   1st, A MoMillau; 2nd J Harwood.  Northern Spy   1st, ������ H Davis; 2nd,   R  Carter.  Kng of Tompkins Go   Wt,  A    McMillan; 2nd, J. Pieroy.  Greenirgs Ut, J Pieroy; 2nd T B Cairns  Alexander.   Ut, J Harwood.  Maidens' Blue .   Ut, W Blaikie.  Hyde's King of West    2nd, W Blaikie.  Bate's Seedling' 1st, J Pieroy.  Wealthy   Ut, A Urquhart; 2nd, J Mun-  dell.  Gloria de Muodi   1st, A Urquhort; 2ud.  E H Dwis.  Ben Davis 1st, J Harwood; 2nd, J Tierey  YtJlowBellflower     1st,  J Pieroy; 2nd.  A McMillan.  Blenheim Orange   1st, J Knight:  Five of ������i<y other kind    let E H Davit;  2 d, d Munoell.  Four lar^t Apples   1st, W Blaikie; 2nd  T Cairns.  Best exhibit" of Winter Apples   J Piercy  Award by M B Ball  Best Packed Auplea   J McPhee-   Awatd  by Cumberland Supply Co. -  Pears   Bartlett   1st, J Pieroy: 2nd E H  Davi*,  Beurre D'An jou   lat, J Pieroy.  S mveiiir du Congress   1st G Dixon; 2nd  W Blaikie.  Clau's Favorite   Ise T Cairns; 2nd A McMillan;  Other varieties   1st E H Davis.  Winter Nellis    1st fi H Davis; 2nd J A  da.lidSy.  Vicar ������.f. Wakefield    1st K H Davis.  Louis Bou de Jerrey     Ut J Pieroy; 2nd,  L' Cairns-  J Wiirter Pears   2nd J A Halliday.  Plums   Damson    1st B H Davis; 2>.d T  Cairns,  ��������� Pdnd'a Seedling   Ut T Cairns; 2ud E H  Dtvin.  ,,Green Gagage     Wt J Harwood; 2nd W  Blaikie.  . J)ttssert Plums 1st S Piercy; 2nd E Davis  Priseiving Plums   2nd E H Davis  Red Egg   1st, J Haiwnbd.  Coe's Gulden Drop    1st A  McMillun*  2n>;KHI>vis  L mbtrd. Wt, A MoMillan; 2nd, J Piercy  Brsdshaw'i   2nd, T Cairns,  16tli n P. unci    1st,  B Crawford; 2nd,  W Bn i ie.  Other kin 'a of Prunes    Wt J Harwood;  i2ud, J Kaigrrt,        ,  Collect! o of Plums   1st A MoMillan,  high' Gra^a   We, J H rwoud.  l.'ar :G apes   Wt, J Mundull.  Alexader Ptuohes   2nd, J Pieroy.  Peaohen, other variety    1 t, A 8almond.  Qulmts U', J Muudell; 2nd BCrawford.  |'  VoXleo ion of fruit   Ut, J Harwood.  MA-JUBAOTUBitB,  Hi.ri.es4   W Willuid, Cumberland,  otitoet, Dm h inks Ut, M U H 11) 2bd,  I'Cslini.  Karly Hnse Ih-, M It Ball* 2 id. T Calms  Beauty of IWbroii   1st, W H Hobli;  Klephauts Ist, J A Hallidsy; 2nd, M B  liall,  /.vo Rote Wt, M H Pieroy| Sud M B  Hall, .,. _,,., ,,.   four Largest Potatoes Wt, T O.lrm tSiid  T Wards, A3A-IA, JKr.  P. ok, n<iw variety 1st, J A Hullidsy;  2ml, W It Robb.  HastCiilMion   M l< Hall* .���������.'-"* >" *  HuMile Turnip* Ut, A Uri|tthait| 2nd,  M H P.eioy.  Globe Manonlds  'Ind, ,1 Harwood,  l,nng lied Mangold*   Is', J Knight,  NngorBeut   1st, W R Kolili,  White Carrots Wt, J Knight; '2nd, T  Wnmls,  Rml or Orange Carrots Ut, J Kuighti  ���������2 .1, .1 A Hillid-y  IJ.uvHut Puiijk'if'    ''''tc Tt'iirt,  ! Bwts and shoes   P Monte, Cumbnrland.  KWIIIAI,. ,,,.*������������������������.:  Osrnatiiin*   1st Mrs J A Halliday; 2ud,  Mrs MH Pieroy.   ,  Panslea  2nd, Mra Hodgson.  Hoses I at, Mrs Robbi 2nd Mra Halliday  < Gladrolii 1st Mn Robb* 2nd MrsHalliday i  Sticks   2nd, Mrs Hodgson  Asteia Wt, Mrs Willeinar; 2nd Mrs  Uo g 04 .������  Ziuui|a Ist Mr#,M H Piercy; 2nd Mrs  Halliday'"' ������������������'."��������� ���������;���������"���������'-'.;"*  Petuoiai   Wt Mra Robb; Snd Mra Pieroy  Sweat Pans Wt Mrs Hodgson; 2ud Mrs  Haliday  Collection of Annual* Wt Mrs M H  t'|. roy; 2ud Mrs Mundell  Gorapiutia  2ud Mis Hodgson  Bouquet tor Table 1st Mn Robb; 2nd  Mrs Pieroy Buui}ua( for haud, lit Mri  Hobb Specimen ilrgunia, Wt Mu Carroll;  2nd Mra VVilleoiar Any othar blooming  plant, 1st Mn Du io*u; 2nd, Mra Hodgiou  Oat llowers, 1st Mr* Robb  MI-rtfSMMNKOlM  Boil lo������( mudo with Kn lorby  flour���������MibH Knight. Beit I out,  liny Hour���������l������t Mri iVfoneloi; 2nd,  MraK U DuyiH, hun 0^.1 vie loaf  - Ul Mra J Knlgh'd 2nd Ml Low-  ii, Meal Colibotionof Cakdn���������Mrs  lirldnOH. Oollooiinn ofFnnoy tin*  uulii���������Mini Halliday. Oolloo'fon  oi CnnuiHl Fruit -Ut Mri Ktiighi:  2nd, MrnHuilid.iv. Cullcjiiuii of  Jdliiun���������Jat Mrn Hodgco i;2ud, Mn  Hullidny, Collection of Jums���������Ist  My% Hnh*:9.tr\ Mra HiilHday.  Ool  Ch>>ei-e   Ut hi rs Lewis,  ladies' wokk Cro'c'iet work Sxirt 1st  Mrs Berkley, Gouts' Tie Mrs Horace  Smith Bedroom Slippers 1st Miss Wii  lemur, 2nd Miss Hill Embroidery Childn'  Dress 1st Mrs Berkley 2nd Mrs Menzea,  Table Cover 1st Mrs Horace Smith Piano Cover Mrs floraoe Smith. 2nd Mrs J A  Halliday   Pair of Doilies   Miss willemar,  Cushion   Ut Mrs H. Smith, 2nd  Miaa Willemar  Photo Frame lt>  Aire Smith, 2nd Mrs Bill.   Hand  kerchief Case, Mies Willemar.  Knitting- Shawl -Mrs Menzies  Ladies Wool stockinga-Mre E Dun  can, Gentleman's Socks-Mra ������.  Duncan "Handsrewinp, Suit of Un  derclnthea���������Misa WiUerim'. Pi'low  Slips Mrs Menzies. Ladiep Nigh;,  Dress Mi*3 Haliday. Hunstilched  Hundke chief by girl under 12���������Ut  Mies) Carroll. Machine-Sewing Mrs  E Duncan, special prize by Messrs  Malkin, Vaucouver. Ladies' IVrap  ier-Mrs ferkley. Best Machine  Sewn Ladies' Nightgown- 1st Mrc  E Duncan, 2nd Mrs Willemar 1st  prize awarded by Mrs Ball. Child*  Dress 1st M'm Hill, 2nd Mrs Berkley. Gentleman's Nightshirt,.Mrs.  Menzie-i.  Be-t Patch-work B*ad-tquiU~-.ltfrf!  W Parkin. 'LadteV. MUceMane <u������  Work, Darned Stockings���������Mrs Car  roi.     Piece of Battenberg-r-.Miw  ���������WillemaT,���������Hand-roade-lace-hand--  kerrhief���������M ri Berk ley.'    Tea cosy  ���������Mrs Berkley.   Pin cu^hionr-Mr*  H Smith, Drawn work���������Mies Wil  Jemar.   Sofa pillon���������Mrs Berkley  Drenfed    doll���������Mi.*-s     Halliday.  Trimnied    cotton    pin������.foie���������Mri*  Rt*rkaly\      Kitchen    apron���������Mrt  Harnood.    Fanoy apron���������Mrs H  Smith.   Stocking darned by girU  under 12���������Miss Carroll.     Artistic  pencil drawing���������1st, Mrs Bridget;  2nd,Miss.Carroll.   Pen and   ink  drawing���������1st, Mr������ Duiicii^i;   2nd,  Rev J X Willemar;   Crayon���������1st  W J Andrews; 2nd, Mips Bridge*.  Water-colore���������Rev Wfllemar   Oil  painting���������Rev Willoawi . .  Drawing hy children under 12���������1st Master Bridge-*; 2nd, Master John Dun  can,   ���������     ���������       ,      :  Prnmnnt'hiri by boy or girl under 15-Ul Robdie Dui)oan,2nd Miat<  Carroll, Hand-pain eI Cushion-^  Mrs Smith. Map by Child under  15~lBt Mies Lizzie McQuillan, 2nd  Robbie Duu can.  /*��������� Unfortunttiely list of prize winners in the Sports will have lo re*  mairi over until next Issue. Wo are  iorrv butcan'tory���������P. 1).  Mr P C :Uunuvu,i pf Hornby  Island, acconipaniud by Mrs I)n-  man,; were visitors to ���������'Cumber- j  laud ou Saturday,  Mr J I^awson, of Victoria, is  the guest of Mr A U Netherby,  manager of the Royal Bunlc.  Messrs James Roper, Pierc,\  Booth,aiirl Frank Young, of Van  Audit, were over to Oourtcua>  Inhibition.  Miss Laura Abrams lias re������  turned from the Kitst and nccep  ted a position as bookkeeper tu  Vancouver,  News by Wire.  ���������ji������������������  Nanaimo, Sept. 21���������Dr. R   S. ���������������������������}  B O'Briaw, candidate in the re-    '���������[  cent provincial  election  in   the   J'������  Conservative Interest,   died., this     f  morning, aged 54 years.  He was   v  well     known   in    public    life  throughout the district, but best ]'  remembered for his famous fighting in the eighties against late,;   "  Hon R Dunsmuir in opp< sing'���������".-.,  the grant of Island land  to the v ''���������  Dunsmuir interests as subsidy for   Q;  the E & N railway. ".,  Nanaimo, Sept 21.���������Resident :  in Victoria of half a century and ?;  one of its valuable citizens. Eli  Harrison, father oi Judge Harri- . j.  s6n, late of Cadboro Bay Ro������idu , .  died in Victoiia on Monday after'" \  a'brief illness.  San Francisco, Sept 21.���������r\\v .  earthquake tjiat brought the residents of'this city into the streets,  in alarm and caused   a   general   [,'.:  shake-up   of   arrangements    in , >,  many  homes  jwas   experienc.d-a .  last evening..    The shock -was ";.������*  accompanied by arumfilnigiioise- 'ijijl  which caused fear and trembling v.<J?i  aiiiong those who had suffered in    ' lf  the great disaster.     No damage^;-; -  done.  , \,.v *J%--.^  Nanaimo, Sept 2I.���������Rumored-������������������. j\  tliafStr Joan.will be   taken irjfii''"^  Nanaimo - Vaucouver  run   and '������������������ ���������'.-_  placed on the run  between Co-  ;, t,  mox and Victoiia.    The City of.'^  Nauaimo iu that? event will nm'* fl"  between New Westminster and:V"  Vancouver.     Sir (/banner,   so   ',;,  long on .the Vancouver-Victoria  run, will run between Vancouver  and Nanaimo.     The   rumor is  not confirmed. J;'-".--,  ', Nanaimo, Sept  ai.���������All  pre-  yious tecords were broken to da}1  fora nine hour, shift in No.   1  mine when   1,771  boxes  wero   , ,;  Jioisted.    Mr, bandford, ol Vict'  oria, acting for the' Flummerfclt f "i  interests ������u.  cnal   options  held  near Nanaimo will be here next  week to start another boring on  thfcit ptopei'ty,     Sandford i.s a  diamond  drill   expert, aud left  Victoria'recently for Chicago lo  secure di'jll>������ suitable for the pur-  pose. '    ��������� .  PorlaiKi, Ore., Sept ar.���������A  special to llie ''Oregouiau0 from  Seal 1 \t, says: That 77 JupaueH*  miners arriving in Atlin recently  to work in the mines were escorted to "the rivo*. steamer Oleuorn 1  by three hundred whites yesterday and started back toward  Vancouver. The white mineih  served notice upon the Japanese  tlmt if they did not stay away vl  olencewould.be shown in pro*  teciiug the diggings iigaiust iln  Asiatic labor. The Japanese an*,  almoftt destitute and will "hi  turned loose at'Skagway,  ��������� ������������������ ���������    ���������'���������" s,  11V  t  Miss Mabel Abrams is visiting  her sister, Mrs GiHanders, in  Vancouver.  Heavescftriith   Uf, HLVwItbliit 2ml, | 'notion of'WIum���������lit  MntKtiigh J  W C Wtnie*  KimlNgs Corn   Ist, K H Uaviei '.'ml, J A  Maliiday.  Tlie winorr of th������������|Moinl (irixo awanM  by the Viotoria Cln miual C * lor the mill  Initir who nutmited tne ������n������t*i.t niiinber id  (.nr 1 (i������ girrienami li II produof thrown  wi li ti> I f-n I k n xss won b ,1 Kmyliu  Fiu     1 a </ A uie*  '.������ , W Huil.it*,  Sil.niie   Uud, <l Pieru), II11 nt������  '.II iiiii.oe 1 i^^ius   I <, a Ur |U tar, It nl  A MuMi Uu,  Mould of Vtnognr ��������� l*t Mr* Knight-,  2nd, Mra Mtmxtai. Honey luComb  ���������Hor T M������ iBiee, Pio-,���������Mn  Ur.ilg'K  1141IIV flllinilflK  Vtnatntty Muttnr   UtDmmixOMmtiy,  P4tkM Iln ik  Ut ,1 A IU 14*i, am i  Cairns, 11. .1 Vis 11.11,  ,1'Uieutl 11.   I i,l A lUIIUIiiy, ttnii '.V,  I a osii, ll d TC Iron, ur.Ki ������m������ dad by J,  A Hater, iuhiIniUuI tiaWt*  MrsRCWilson has returned  from a visit to lier parents in  Victoria.  Stylish ladies get stylish pho-  t'<s ul KricV.e's studio,  Tra-   r***- ���������"��������������������������������� 9J-   ��������� ������������������   -  ��������� Mr and Mrs R Mclntyre,' of  RoHflvn, \Vu h��������� nre vlsltini"  fiietKls lu the city.  Fricke is busy 11s he can  be-i-  takiug A-J photos tlics.c days.   /  NOTICK,  -      ���������  ��������� 4   T Will not bn riwponslhlr. fnr nny ili'li'n  oontrncted In my nnme without my will  mitmy wrllten o'der.  gp|������t. mi), '������7,     Hnmuol (������. TJMvIp, Sn *.  Ciimbprifuul, n.U, T7nl. u riniil,  WANTKD -A mini iiti.l wif,., nr n w .  ninii, without (ililMri'ii to w tk mi rnm-li,  V, Mmiiiu 1,

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