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Array 'Che Nkws, Seventkknth Year,  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests  CUMBERLAND  B. C,    TUESDAY,     SEPT  t  At The BIG STORE  i  tmixiemem-Mt&tk  ������  ^eui Qmn Coats ��������� etc.  See Our Windouu For styles land pfiees.  1 SIMON LEISER& GO., j  ���������-L I M I T ED  CUMBERLAND,   B.O.  The  tX5aCpiie:t*  ������������������,  .jrmajnagajgjjiai  FOR  PLATI *  STOVES  Miners' Exams*  The following are busily engaged in writing . at ��������� the Couit  House under the Ooal Mines Regulation Act, The examination  began this' morning and will continue until Thursday afternoon,  Messrs Charles Graham ot Nan  aimo and John Kesley of this city  are conducting the examination.  Candidates,���������  For First-Class Certificate���������  Mr. Robert Henderson.  For Second Class Certificate: .  Mr. David Daniels,  "   Charles Paruham,  Thomas Richards,  James Monks.  News by Wire.  Vancouver, Sept. 16���������James  Wilson convicted of a hold-up  was sentenced by Judge Bole to  20 years hard labor nud 36 lasi\es  Nanaimo, 17������������������ A't request of  repuest of Gun Club Fulton promised that the pheasant season  would open shortly in this district  Spokane, 17���������Bill Miner is sup  posed to have a hand in train rob  bery which was recently pnl-led  oft on SG. N. R. in the mountain.  j������  j>  and  RANGES  UXOOO   and  C'CALi./MAH TIGHT'HEATERS.  T, E. BATE,  .Duusrfmir Avenue,.  CUMBERLAND, B.O.  PARIS, Sept. 12.���������The latest fad  among tho leisure classeB ol a sporting turn of mind is cockroach races  in eggs. This fascinating sport is  indulged in the country or even in  Paris���������preferably in the garden as  dusk, is coming on. '  The method is as follows: Cut off  the top of an'egg, empty out the  contents, and place-1 inside a good-  sized live cockroach and mako a few  holes in the egg shell so that the  creature can seo tha light and  breathe. Place a number of the encaged cockroaches dt one end of the  table and a lighted candle at tho  other.  The insects, as soon as they see the  light, will make for it, and a race  takes place, the result being a very  curious and amusing series of wobbles on the part of tlie egg. The  sport is just at present enjoying a  perfect furore. Largo* parties sit  around and roar at the gambols of  the egg, and much betting takes  place on the result of the race.  ���������fVtmm*?*,*}  I  hen a  I  mtt& oman becomes  a convert to the ad-reading habit, her ward-robe  her home, her finances,  will all show it���������and all of them show  ������  improvement.  Wise women will see our full line of  D & A Corsets just to hand.  J McPhee & Sons  *#***###***������********** **********************  HOME, Sept. 13���������It was announced  at tho Vatican today that Pope  Pius will take steps to stop the annulments of marriages among Catho  lies.  A Vatican cortimi&i.oi? appointed .  several months ago- to investigate  conditions is ready with its report.  Though thero havo been few violations of tho canonical law, tho coin-  mission says there bave been 4.000  authorized separations recently.  Divorce, as such, has always boon  under the Church's ban. Matrimonial  separations havo been countenanced,  however,-��������� under tho canonical law,  annulling marriages for the following causes.  Ceromony not in' accordance with  Catholic rites,  Proof after marriage that huBband  and wife are nearly related.  Conviction of improper conduct by  husband or wifo.  Impersonation by a third person  nf either brido or bi'lclonroonv.  Bigamy by either husband or wife.  Inability of husband or wife to fulfill marriage rotations.  The committee's report shows that  there havo been many instances in  which to soenro a mutually doslrod  separation tho husband and wifo  havo agreed to admit violation of  one of these laws. In othor conoi it  was found, false tpptlnmny haa bo������?n  obtalnod through thn connivance of  lawyers or phynlHitns to convince  tho church nuthorHloR that thero  have boon bronchi* of tho canonical  ruloi.  Tho scandals aro rendered all the  more (Minus, tha commission adds,  from the fact that the Influential  rich hAVOhiwi tho gro������*mt offenders  ���������oomo ���������ecurlntf the church'* conitwt  to ���������oparatlons by 'I'oral donation*  to Peter** twac*: other* hy pr"Muro  through powerful Intawit* nn mora-  btro of the enllwo nt cardinal*.  PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 12.��������� In  the attempt to- employ a door and  a match in tlio extraction of on  aching tooth yesterday, John Tobias  23 years old, burned his neck and  chin severely. Incidentally he lost  a necktie and a shirt through fire.  He extracted the tooth, however.  Tdbias had been awakened in- the  early hours yesterday morning with  a Jumping pain in his mouth. Various remedies applied from* then on  throughout tho day gave little or no  relief. Ingenuity born of desperation ovolved an original plan.  Procuring a piece of stout cord.  Tobias tied one end around the aching member. The other he tied to  the knob of the back door. Standing off until the string was taut, he  reached into his pocket, took from  his-match safe a match and struck  it on the jam.  Then he suddenly applied it beneath his chin. Tho idea, of course,  was. to excite, thc motor nerves to a  "Sudden~jorkrfrom~dani7er:���������This'-sue*^  ceeded, and tho tooth, blood red at  one end, swung back and forth with  tlie motion of the door. But tbo  sudden jerk landed the lightod match  on Tobias' necktie and shirt front.  In a momont they wore aflame and  scorching his chin and breast.  Covering the fire, with his hands,  the flame was soon extinguished, and  Tobias wont to St. Luke's hospital  around the corner for troatment.  Some of the passengers ou Saturday night's train, who were  straugers-in the city, thought the  juvenile baud had turned out to  meet the train.  The September number of the  Westward Ho! to.hand is full of  interesting reading andisacredit  to the publishers. It is the only  10 cent magazine of its class pub  lished in Canada.  Mr. J, D. Somerville is holidaying iu Victoria and Seattle.  City Fathers.  The regular meeting of the. City  Council was held on Monday, Sept..  9 th, thoro being present the Mayor,  Aids. Bate, Mitchell, Daniels and MeLeod.  Minutes of previous meeting adopted as read.  Accounts.  S. Leisor & Co., supplies, 95 cents.  He/erred to Finance Committee, and  if found correct, to be paid.  There wore no communications except from the Rubber Hose ' Company, in which they sent their bill  for the new fire ������������������.use for the city.  As tho hose had not yet arrived, it  was deemed wise to leave the matter in abeyance until next week.  Constable Wils ���������: s fft-rt for August, was read, which showed that  S88.75 had been collected for scavenger tax; the City scales had brought  in 75 cents, making a total of  989.50. It also showed that the  constable had spent nine days dig-  gir--. stumps, eight dnys fixing sidewalks, two days collecting scavenger  tax, cleaning lights two days, hauling ashes one day, cleaning ditches  one day. Besides all this he has*  ���������kept order and peace within the-  city limits under the Mayor's guidance, y  ���������Aid.  Mitchell,    on    behalf   of the-   ,  Board  of Works,  reported    progress"  re mutters left in committee's hands  last meeting.  . The City Clerk read a statement  showing how the city finances stood  for,the first half year, and also gavo  an estimate of what it woxild" be for  the remainder of the year. His count  sho\Ved that finances would be muc';  the samp as last year.  Council gave   Mr.  Hornal 'permit  9ion    to    haul a.car of coal to t\r,  school within the next few days.  . There being    no    further business,  Council ad-ourned.  (T)ie above was unavoidably crowded out of< last issue owing to report  *  on "hot time" in Vancouver.���������Ed.)   NOTICE.  I have purchased the business of H  Lee, butcher, and all  accounts against  t ie said Hi Lee must be  preseoted for  paym������ni on or before the 24th of Sept-'  ember, 1907.      ,.  '" Mali Tan.  For Sale.  Tlv Comox Co-operative Association are offering shares at  S10.00 each. Purchasers can  secure any numbw of Shares by  applying to Byron Crawford, Sec  retary at Courtenay, or to R. W^  Ward. Cumberland, B. C.  WANTED,  A t Campbell's Bakery,  ������* Dunsmuir Avenue.  100 dozen Eggs  (strictly fresh) Every Week.  ^     CuBh 011 Delivery,  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<  - Mr. R. Cessford returned a  fWw day* ap*o from a viwt to his  old home near Fredericton, ,New  Brunswick. He was glad to get  back to B. 0, He jaw many a  change in his native province and  prosperity reigning everywhere.  He says, *I should say times are  good back there, and wages are  nearly as good as they are hc-rc'  LOOK I  ��������� ,-**'*Mm*������  ovei some of these money-makers.   Send us your deposits,  as prices will be raised October 1st.  Some of the best buys  to be had in thc City.  Three Luts on Knights Road, close to stre������t*c,ir line, only $1,900. ftsEy  p.������yiuenK  * Lot on Parker Street near Likewood nrive.    Good location, high land  and dry.   Only $475* $11S Cat������������.   Balance 10 suit.  Three Lots on nth avenue, Mt. Pleasant, close to car-line. Only Si,6oo  $700 Cash    Term* *asy.  H Lar^e Lot on 7th avc, Fatrview,, Real good location   $a,ioo. Half Cash  Term* easy.  Two Low on uth avenu������, beRitid City hospital, only $1,650. Half Cash  Lot with small house on sth Ave near Scott St., only $1,375.   Half Cash, ���������  Lot on 4th avenue, C.randview, $535. $400 Cash*   Balance irranged.    X  Six roomed house on 7th avenue west.   All modern improvements, only  $3,700, $890 Cash, H.ilance $35 monthly,  New up-to-date 6-room houieon 121I1 avenue, cast, V Block from Westminster car-line, only $3,800,   4<;nih, Italanre to suit.  Hartney Real Estate Co.  36 Davis Chambers,  615 Hastings St. vV.  Vancouv*' ywmtmmsT'd ij.i������������������k���������,  .THE  NEWS.  CUMBERLAND. BRITISH  COLUMBIA  99099099990999  Partners  ... oy...  b  JOSEPH C.  LINCOLN,  Anther of mCav'nJtiim'  the Tide  a  Copyright,  1903.  by A.  5. Barnes   Le Co.  ������������*������������*���������**���������������������}������������*������������������ ������������������������������������<  CHAPTER I.  ?%AW you calMatin' to buy one1  of them turnovers, bub?'1  casually inquired Mr. Clark,  ceasing to gaze at his  steaming boots, which were planted  against the bulging center of the station stove, and turning toward the  boy at the lunch counter.  "Y������s. sir," said the boy. He had  taken off one worsted mitten and held  a five cent piece clutched tightly la  his red "fist.  The station agent wrapped the pastry in a piece of newspaper and handed it to his customer.  The boy, a youngster of abgut twelve  ���������years of age, with a freckled face and  a pair of bright gray eyes, took his  "turnover" to thi aettee In the corner  of the waiting room and began to eat.  He had on a worn cldth cap with au  .attachment that could be pulled dowu  to cover the ears and a shabby overcoat of man's size, very much too  large for hi n. As he munched the  greasy crust and tbe thin layer of  "evaporated" appie he looked around  him with Interest.  The station ltse'f was like the average railway bui'. ling on Cape Cod.  Except for the "ign "Harniss" that  hung outside it might have been tlie  station at Wellmouth. which he had  seen so often. Battered settees  around the walls; lithographs of  steamers, time tables and year old  announcements of excursions and county fairs hung above them; big store  set in a box of sawdust���������all th������se  >were the regulation fixtures. Regulation also were thp "refreshments" on  coast ttf(i-'ye.<r.;*..;o when Ben's "Jai^  was lost. Maybe .vou remember? Well,  the boy was lei't at home that voyage  with Ben's ha'f brother. Sobn Nicker-  son. so's the youugster could go to  school. When his folks was drownded  that way the boy kept on iivln' with  Solou till 'bout three weeks ago Solon  "was took with pueumony and up and  died. Prissy and Tempy's the only relations there was. you see, so it was  left to them to say what should be  done with the boy. I cal'late there  must have been some high old pow-  wowln* In the old bouse, but the old'  ���������the counter at the side���������"turnovers" arranged cobhouse fashion under a glass  cover, with a dingy "Washington" pie  under another cover and jars of striped stick candy, with boxes of "jawbreakers" and similar sweetmeats between.  * It waB snowing hard, and ln the  'dusk of the winter evening the flakes  rustled against the windows as if un-  icteen old ladies In starched summer  gowns w Te shivering ln the storm and  .crowding to get u peep withta. The  lair in tbe shut waiting room smelled of  hot stove, sawdust, wet clothing and  JMr. Clark's cigar. To this collection  of perfumes was presently added the  odor of kerosene aB the station agent  lit the big lamps ln their brackets on  the wall.  From outside came the sounds of  creaking wheels and stamping horses,  'the staiuplug ui iffled by the snow  which covered the gro,.nd.  The door opeueii, and a big man with  a face of which gray whiskers and red  nose* were tbe most prominent features  came stumping uud pulling Into the  Iroom. He jerked off a pair of leather  igloves, playfully shook the congealed  'moisture from them down Mr. Clark's  neck Inside his collar, tossed a long  (whip into the coruer and, hold lag bin  spread fingers over the stove, began to  sing "Whoa, Kininnl" with enthusiasm.  Mr. Clark, being toe busy clawing tho  melting snow from . Is neck to opoii a  'conversation, Mr. Bodkin observed:  "Hello, Barney Kit all! Iio������v'������ thotrnv'l-  In'?  Have a rough time drlvln' over?"  "Oli, mlddiln', iiiiddllu'," replied tlio  driver of tho Orhani stago, unbuttoning his overcoat and reaching for his  .pipe, "but this earth's a vnlo of tours  anyhow, so what's the odds ho long's  you'ro happy. Hello, Dun!" Tho Inst a  shouted grouting to the stution agont In  tho littlo room, whose nuswor was n  wnvo of tho liauil and a sidelong nod  serosa tho telegraph Instrument,  "What's doln' ovw in Orham, Hnr-  nuy?" Inquired Mr. Clark,  "Prissy and Toi py's adopted a hoy,"  ;  Tho agont ovldo tiy was iutorostod,  ;  "The old maidsT  "Tup, the old maids, I s'poso thoy  <*omo to roollKo tlmt. tbey needed a mun  ���������round tho house, but as thero wn'n't  m bids In that Hue they sort of com-  a<*���������*������������������.��������� ������������������<-���������. f>. -- -��������� ���������'.  "Yon dou't n\ot\x\ the K\\e\x oVt \nn\r\*  that live down on the 'lower road,' da  rjouV" asked Mr. llodkln,  "Snrtln. I tnfd the old maids, didn't  87 There's plenty of ���������ingle women In  .'OkluwM, i>uC v.'������...:; y-"- y-'.y 'tho mn  iiiald������' In our towu everybody knows  you mean Prissy and Tempy."  "What about thr boy. Barney?" laid  tin? station agent, coming into tlie  waiting room.  "Why," nmI'I Mr. Pwnll. "It's fills  may, Heems tbat Prissy nnd Tempy's  father, old Cap'n P'rlus AHnti-lic'*  bvttn dead six years or morn now-hud  ������ ulece name of Hopblu, thnt married  Cap'n Bon Nlckersoa over to Well-  mouth. Cap'n Ben and lili wife had  tone son, ! think tbe boy's name's  Xtwdluy. Anyhow Cap'n Hon nnd lilt  9, Ita jra$. toward off Ut* J'ertegaw  "WluiVs.jjour name,,sonny t"  maids.are.pretty���������CQnsclentio.uMPJte_o*_  their bein' so everlastin' 'old maidy,' -  and they fin'lly decided 'twas their  duty to take the little feller to bring  up.v That's the way ,1 heard the yarn.  They kept lt a secret until yesterday,  but now the whole town's talkin' 'bout  it. You see, it's such a good joke for  them two to have a boy in the house.  Why, Prissy's been used to shooin'  every stray boy off tbe place as if he  was a ben."  Mr. Small laughed so heartily at this  that tbe others joined ln. When the  hilarity bad subsided tbe station agent  asked:  "When's tbe Nickerson boy comln*  over from Wellmouth?"  "Why, today, come to think of lt  He was to come up on tbe afternoon  train from Wellmouth and go to Orham witb me tonight You ain't seen  nothln'"-  Tbe station agent Interrupted him  wltb a sidelong movement of the bead.  "Hub?" queried Mr. Small. Tben he,  in company with Mr. Clark and Mr.  Bodkin, turned toward tbe corner of  tbe waiting room.  Tbo boy wbo bad bought the apple  "turnover," having finished tbe last  crumb of tbat viand, bad turned to the  window and was looking out through  a bole he bad scraped in Uio frost on  tbo pane. He had shaded bis face with  bis bands to shut out tbo lamplight,  and, though lio must have heard the  conversation, his manner betrayed no  Interest In it.  Mr. Small Interrogated the station  agent hy raising his eyobrows. The  agont whispered. "Shouldn't wonder."  and added, "Ho came on tho up train  this afternoon,"  "Hoy, boy," snid Mr. Clark, who novor lot consideration \for othor people  interforo with ills own curiosity,  "what's your nnnio?"  Tho boy turned from tho window  and, blinking n littlo as the light  struck IiIh eyes, faced the group by the  stove. His freckled cheeks glistened  as tbo light shone upon thom; but, ns  lf ho knew thin, ho pulled tho big  sleove of the overcoat across bis fuco  and rubbed them dry.  "What's your nnmo, sonny?" said  tho stago driver kindly.  "Nlckorson," snld tlio boy In a low  tone.  I a.ml lw Li.wi.".   *oar fast nam*  alu't Bradley, 1s \*r*  "Yes, sir."  "Rho. well, there now! Guess you're  goin' to rldo over with roe thon. I  drlvo tho Orbnm conch. Hum, woll. I  UfUUkvi" Ami Mt, ."���������...*���������" '.lulled !j!i  board In an embarrassed fashion.  "Como ovor to tho stove nnd get  warm, won't you?" asked the station  agent,  "I nln't wild," wns the reply.  The trfo hy the stove fidgeted In silence for a few moments, nnd then  Mr. Bmnl! i������n!rt nnenMiiyr "Ain't It  'most time tor that train to he in?  She's a ha'f honr lato now."  "She waa twenty-five mlnntes late  at Sandwich," snld the station agent,  "aod she's proiriy lost ten minutes or  so since. ffho'H H alonr in n little  while. HQW.T  But in Spite of this cheerfurpropfieoy  a full fifteen minutes passed before  the .'train, whioh had beon started, from  Boston with'"Hie vague iuea "TuuTsbme,  time or other it might get to Province-  town, came coughing aud pauting  round the curve and drew up at the  station platform. Only one passenger  got out at the Harniss station, and  he, stopping for a moment to" hand his  trunk check to the station agent, walked briskly iuto the waiting room and  slammed the door behind him.  "Hello!" he hailed, pulling off a buckskin glove and holding out a big hand  to the stage uriver. "Barney, how's  shebendin'?"  Mr. Small grinned and took tbe proffered hand.  "Well, for the land's sake. Ez Titcomb!" he exclaimed. "Where'd you  drop from? Thought you was some-  wberes off the coast between New  York and Portland jest 'bout now."  "(Jot shore leave for a fortrii't or so,"  said the newcomer, unbuttoning his  overeoat with a smart jerk and throwing it wide open, "Schooner sprung a  leak off Qay head hut trip, and she's  Hauled up at East Boston for repairs.  Dirty weather, ain't it? Hello, Lon!  How are you. Ike?"  Mr. Clark and his friend grinned and  responded, "How are you, Cap'n Ez?"  in unison.  The arrival was a short, thickset man  with a sunburned face, sharp eyes,  hair that was a reddish brown sprinkled with gray and a close clipped  mustache of the same color. He wore a  blue overcoat over a blue suit and held  a cigar firmly lu. oue corner of his  mouth. His movements were quick  and sharp and be snapped out bis sentences with vigor.  "Pull cargo tonight?" he asked of  Mr. Small, wbo was buttoning bis  overcoat and pulling on bis gloves.  "Pretty nigh au empty hold," was  the neply. "Only 'bout one and a ha'f  goin' over. You're the one, and the boy  here's the ha'f. All aboard! Come on,  Brad. You and the cap'n git inside,  while me and Dau git the dunnage on  tbe rack."  The boy picked up the carpet bag'and  followed Mr. Small out to the rear  platform of the station, where tbe  coach, an old fashioned, dingy vehicle,  drawn by four sleepy horses, stood  -waiting. __  Captain Titcomb followed, his oy������r-  coat flapping in the wind.  "Here, Barney." he observed, "have a  cigar to smoke ou the road. Have one.  Dan? Here. Lon; here's a couple for  you and Ike. Who's the little feller?"  be added in a whisper t> the station  agent ���������  "Ben Nlckerson's boy from Wellmouth. He's comin' down to Orham to  live witb tbe old maids. They've adopted him." (  "Tbe old maids? Not the old maids?  Not Prissy and Tempy?"  "Yup. All right, Barney; Pm comln'."  The station agent hurried away to  help tbe driver with the captain's sea  chest and Its owner, apparently overcome with astonishment, climbed mutely into the coach, where his fellow  passenger bud preceded him.  The old vehicle rocked and groaned  as the heavy chest was strapped on  the racks behind. Then it tipped again  ob Mr. Small climbed clumsily to tbe  driver's seat.  "All asliore that's goin' shore!" shouted Mr. Small. "So long, Dan. Git  dap, Two-forty!"  The whip crocked, the coach reeled  on its springs, and tbe whole equipage  disappeared In the snow and black  c<#s.  (To be Continued)  ,  "C.B." AT HOME.  Mustard Aids Digestion.  Mustard if quite fresh made taken  with moat helps to digest tt. Do not  use salt in mixing it, but flrst rub  quite smooth with a little cold water  Bnd tho back of a silvor spoon or bone  spoon; thon add just a little more water gradually till it Ib ot the right con*  nistoncy Thin mustard is generally  disliked. Uttlo mould be made at a  time to prevent waste, and it should  bo fresh at lenat eaoh alternate day.  Trousers.  Tetrlcus, tho barbarian, was tbo flrst  man to wear trousors, tbo two part  garment having boon forced upon blm  by his captor. Aurellan. wltb tbe Intention of niaking Tetrlcus appear  ridiculous. The coBtumo, however,  seems, after several centuries of usage,  to huve made a hit  Ths Weather.  TU iw������'.La !,* tailed calm tf the n'r  In not moving nt more thnn three miles  an hour. Thirty-four mllos is a strong  breeze, forty a gale, seventy-flye i  storm and ninety a burrjeane.  wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmt^m.^mm '*  Wesleat* Te*tb Thlttln.  Tbe Mexican torch thistle, growing  to a height of fifty or sixty feet looks  more llko a candelabrum tban a tree.  Another variety of the same species  has long gray bristles, wblcb give It  tbe appearance of tbe bead of an old  gray haired mau.  British Prime Minister Is Good Na-  tura Personified.  The Prime Minister has giwn a -series of special sittings for photographs to go with an intimate and  gossipy article ia a recent number  of The Pall-Kail Magazine, and has  in every wa? ju-stifitid the ��������� visitor's  assertion that he is good nature personified. Sir Henry's private sitting-  room at 10 Downing street, the room  where he does a great part of his  public vork, is on the floor above the  cabinet council room. It is a large  apartment, almost square in shape,  and with paneled walls, on which are  hung several fine portraits of former  Prime Ministers. Opposite the fireplace, and dominating the room, is  a large copy oJ Millais' splendid portrait of Mr. Gladstone. The dark and  well-remembered eyes are full of fire  and energy, as if the force that was  in him still energises this dark old  house, where he so often fought and  won.  Sir   Robert  Walpole.  Over the fireplace hangs a painting of Sir Robert Walpole, the first  Minister to be styled "Premier." That  large desk near the window is where  the- present Prime Minister transacts  a great part of his important affairs.  When he is not in attendance at the  House Of Commons, one may almost  be oertain of finding him here; the  only difficulty is gaining admission.  Of late, and in fact, since his bereavement, Sir Henry's medical advisers  insist on his sparing himself until his  health has improved. The doctors have  emphatically and explicitly urged on  him to refrain from all-night sittings  ���������those'terribly severe tests of physical endurance.  To a man recovering from an illness/ this private sitting-room of Sir  Henry'B, with its broad outlook on  St. James' Park, iB muoh m**re  health-giving than Che national debating chamber, with its turmoil,  heat and noise. I noticed one or two  fine French bureaux in this room,  belonging to the days of the early  Empire, and without any of the grotesque liberties taken in so much old  French furniture of that same period.  Where   Cromwell   Lived.  Sitting at his desk, the Prime Minister can look oufc of the window and  get a good view of the Horse Guards'  parade, while close at hand he sees  a bit of the ancient building of the  lord,high_tieasurer's house���������where, it  is recorded, Cromwell livedT Leading7  to this latter house there was once on  a time a gateway, now bricked up,  and in some mysterious way it also  gave,. access to the Thames. In the  protector's time the river would appear to have run much nearer Downing  street than it does now. Perhaps the  dryness of debate has had Bome influence there,'  The drawing-room communicates  with the sitting-room; but during her  stay in this historic .house Lady  Campbdll-Bannerman was too ill ever  to use it.  On the other side of the sitting-room  is a small private dining-room, used  by the Premier when alone. Beyond  this oak-paneled room lies the larger  and more stately dining-room, chiefly  utilized for state ceremonies and  those parties which the head of the  Government must needs give on royal  birthdays or great public occasions.  The oak floor and the oak wall paneling are both worthy of admiration,  and age has lent them a certain  beautv. One big picture hanging in  this huge dining-room is an immense  portrait of Pitt, placed over the mantelpiece,  **    L      ' * I 1 I.. '.     II  Antiquity of Tea 8moklng.  ���������'With your tea cigarettes," said the  antiquary sternly, "you young ladles  tblnk yourselves very modern and decadent But look bore,"  He took from a portfolio a French  print of the seventeenth century that  portrayed two men, witb cumbrous  pipes, charging tbe same from a box  of China ton,  "This shows you," tbo old man said,  'the antiquity of tea smoking. It wan  a common thing in France 200 years  ago. Blognt mentions it and Grand  d'Aussay in bis 'Hlstolro do la Vie  Prlvoo dos Franca Is' describes it ln de*  call, An old vlco, a dead vlco���������for tho  French found that tea smoking racked  tho norvos-bow vory, vory foolish you  girls are to havo revived it"  Thty Went the Deg.  Caged lions, tigers, pumas and jt*  goars take no ooUct of tbe men and  women passing fn front of tbem, but  If ��������� dog be brought anywhere near tbe  rage they show their savag* natm* tt  Orphans.  Two of tbo young friends of Bishop  Wllborforce of Oxford gave tbe authorities of the university so much  trouble that they won tbo nicknames  of Hophnl and Phinehns.  One day, suys T. H. S. Escott In "Society In tho Country House," they  were lounging about tbe ball at Cud-  desdon palace, siugiug iho Ititiuciuu  refrain, "Tho dvv.) In dead," when tbt"  bishop suddenly appeared.  He walked very gontly up to tbem  and In bis most caressing manner,  placing ono band on each bead, said In  % consolatory loue;  "Alas, pQoroiyhansr  A Nice Present  It Is snld of a champion mean mnn  that tlie only present he over made to  his wife was on tlie twenty-fifth anniversary of thoir wedding, wben lie  pHve Iter four yttrAn nt cotton cloth  witb wblcb to make blm a shirt  A DUAL CHARACTER.  Clever Detective Known to New York  ae the "Garter" Man.  One of the most noteworthy figure*  on lower Broadway has disappeared!.  No; I do not refer to any millionaire or  captain of industry. 1 have in mind a  man whose face has been known ,ti>,  every pedestrian on Park row and  Broadway, below that point for twenty years as a seller of men's garters.  lie has beeu stationed upon tbe steps  of oue of the best known banks in this  metropolis���������always in bis humble capacity.  The fact has been known to the well1  informed in the locality that this man  was one of the highest paid detectives  Iii New York. Although he was apparently selling stocking supporters for  men at 25 cents per pair, he was closer  to the desks of the cashier and the paying teller of the bank behind him than  any other man ln the great establishment. In the woodwork of the outer  doors, that appeared to swing as freely  as the air of heaven permitted, were  two large spots that seemed to every  other eye tban his like brass screw  heads.  They were in reality electric buttonsi  that kept him inforned of the absence*  or presence of doubtful characters or  detected thieves infide the b^nk.  In the latter contingency his method  was simple and was executed wltb  such celerity that nobody outside suspected his part in the tragedy that followed. When the danger signal was  given to him tb������> vender of garters  turned a knob at the left hand of the*  entrance to the bank, and the front  doors were closed by secret bolts, rendering Impossible tbe escape of all persons inside the bank. The man who-  had presented a forged check or ai  stolen bond was caug;nt  The detective would then abandon*,  the few dollars' worth of stock in garters or ear mufflers, as the season served. He would enter the bank by a narrow iron door at the left of the mala  entrance and place the alleged culprit  under arrest.  That man has saved hundreds of  thousands of dollars for the great bank.  Be served. But now that a new building is completed he has been promoted!  to a place inside, and the most complicated���������machinery���������ever���������kuow.n_,fQE_  stopping the escape of a suspected,  character is under his control. Not  only is he able to close the doors leading to Broadway, but he can instantly  warn every man on the main floor who  handles money to seal himself insider  the steel lattice that surrounds hlin..  Success by a "pocketbook dropper" or  "a man on the paying line" who reaches for the cash handed to the man la  front of him is impossible.  , I shall miss this man' just as I lament tbe disapper. ance of a woodem  Indian on the Bowery. He has been *  figure on his own part of Broadway..  For twenty years T have known that  be "stooped to serve," and I have honored htm. He was one of the most  alert men of his kind.  Although Inspector Byrnes had established a "dead line" at Fultom  street, below which no pickpocket,  burglar or thief dared to pass, this apparently bumble vender of men's gan-  tors had bis eyes open from 8 In tho-  morning until business closed.���������Ju'lu������-  Chambers in Brooklyn Eagle.  The Comlnfl of Hslley's Comet  As everybody knows, the famous*  comet of Halicy. the brightest of all?  comets known to pay periodical visits*  to tho neighborhood of the sun, is expected to reappear in tbe sky within a.  few years, Astronomers ail ovor tb&  world are now Interested In tho problem of predicting the precise time of  Its perihelion passage, or uearost approach to tho sun. Severnl predictions'  have already been published. Tho latest Is that made hy Messrs. Crommolliv  and Cowoll before tho Royal Astronomical society In January. Calculating the probable effects of tho Inter for*  onco of tho various planets wltb tht**  comet's progress In Its orbit thoy think;  that tho date of tho next perihelion*  fall boforo tlio mlddlo of May,  J010. Tbe Inst previous porlhollon pas-  sago of tbe coniot was In Novembor,  lb35.-Youtli's Companion.  Legiesl Result ,  Teacher���������What happens wben a person's temperature got* down aa far as  It can go? Tommy���������Tben be bas eold  Rule For Buying.  Whon buying material for a cbild>  school dross, always got enough for a  now pair of sleevos, for the average)  little girl will be sure to need thom,  and now sleevos make for all practical'  purposes a new frock. If wash mate*  rial is to be worked on, tbe piece ln-  (euuttiU (or (bo bwvud pair of *it)me#  should be laundorod before being-  made. ,  Lots Like Him.  "I nuppwv you'll ccad j'our wife to*  tbe shoro again this summer?"  "Nit  Can't afford It"  MWby. she Isn't extravagant, Is sbe?'r  "Not at all. Hut last summer, all tba  time she was awny, I spent a hundred  a weok."���������Des Molnos Register.  A Curtain Lecture.  Friend���������What Is tbat you are writ*  Ing so busily. Elite?  Kllse (newly mnrriedi���������A curtain lecture for my busband. I'm not golug to*  sit up nntll It pleases bim to como*  bopie.-jllpgfen^ri'er Blotter.  m, *t*' ff^wayi w^si*������ii) j r^j^ijti jiiii  (���������  THE   NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA  s:  MRS. EMMA STOLT, OF   j  APPLETON, WISCONSIN  "A neighbor advise* me  to use Peruna.   I began to improve at ones.4  COOKING VEGETABLES.  MRS. EMMA STOLT  Mrs. Emma Sto't, 1069 Oneida Jit.,  Apnleton, Wis., writes:  "Peruna has done me a great f'eal  of good since I began taking it and  I am always glad to speak a good  word for it.  "Three years ago I was in a  wretched condition with backaches,  bearing down pains, and at times  was so sore and lame that I could  not move about. I had inflammation  and irritation, and although I used  different remedies they did me uo  good.  "A neighbor who had been usia<?  Peruna advised me to try it, and I  am glad that, I did. I began to improve as soon as I took it and I felt  much better.  "I. thank you for your fine remed/.  It is certainly a godsend to sick women."  Catarrh of the Internal Organs  Miss Theresa Bertles, White  Church, Mo*, writes:  "I suffered with catarrh of the stomach/bowels and internal organs.  Everything I ate seemed to hwt toe.  I never had a passage of the bo\vel3  without taking medicine. I was so  tired mornings, and ached all over.  I had a pain in my left side, and the  lease exertion or excitement made me  shoH of breath.  "Now, after taking Peruna for six  months, I am as well as I ever was.  Peruna has worked wonders for m?.  ���������J.believe.Peruna,is the best medicine  in the world, and I recommend it  to my friends."  Water   Must   Be   Strained   Off  Immediately They  Are Cooked.  In cooking vegetables the chief  points to be aimed at may be summed  up as follows:  Greens, such as cauliflowers, sprouts,  cabbage, lettuce, spinach, etc.. should  lirst be soaked for fifteen minutes (not  inorei in salted water.  They should tben be blanched���������t e.,  thrown into a saucepan of boiling  water and boiled rapidly for two minutes.  After straining again the greens  should be replunged Into a fresh sauce-  pun of boiliug water in which a small  piece of soda or half a teaspoonful 0/  carbonate of soda has been dissolve!*  While boiling the pot should uever  be covered.  Overcooking, although It may not  render the vegetables indigestible,  makes them quite as unpalatable.  ' When ct*>ked the water should be  strained away at once and tbe vegetables, until it is required to serve  them, should never be allowed to  staud In tbe pan at the corner of the  stove.  The straining should be thorough,  every drop of moisture if possible being pressed out  After this ls accomplished a small  piece of butter or a spoonful of cream  is invariably added by an experienced  chef, while salt, pepper, a squeeze ol  lemon Juice and often a little strong  stock are considered a necessary addi  tion in France.  It is a fact which usually escapes the  notice of the housekeeper that the  average cook commits more unileces  6ary extravagances In the cooking of  vegetables than In the case of auy other item. In France no one would think  of. throwing away the water in which  the legumes are prepared. This is always regarded as stock and is used as  the foundation of "maigre" soups ot  utilized to give an extra flavor in cooking other vegetables.  Tried to Steal a Crown.  The most barefaced attempt to steal  the royal crown of, England was by  Thomas, Blood in May, 5.1671.'..Blood  disguised himself aa a clergyman and  was actually making off with tbe orb  ud scepter when arrested.  A Helpful Motto  Father���������You snould learn to keep  everything in its place, my son.  Arthur���������Well, won't you tell ma to  "keep her slipper on her foot?���������Illustrated Bits.  $100 REWARD $100.  The re������dert of thla paper will be pleaaed to \itexe.  that there la at leant one dreaded dlteue that wlanoe  bn* been able to oure in all Iti itagei, and that le  Catarrh.   Hsll'i Catarrh Oure tc the onlr potltlre  cure now known to the medical fraternity,  Catarrh  bolng " "---I      ���������   ���������  tlona,  ternall*/, . ...���������,    w  eurtaoei of the ������������������/���������tent, thereby dentro/lnf the found-  f tion of the diaeaae, and glrlng the patient atrengu  by building up the constitution and eaiUtlng nature  in do na IU work, The proprietor* have eo muoh  faith In it* curative powern that ther offer One Ban.  arod Dollar** for any oaae that It falli to our*. Bend  for ll������t of testimonial*.  IddreMi F, J. CHENEY A Oo.. Toledo, 0.  Sold by drugglat* 76o.  Take Hall'i Family Pllln tor oonrtlpatlon.  a now xnown to tne meaioei iraiorniiy, vatara  txtt a oonitltutlonal diieaxe, require* * oonitltq.  ia! treatment. Hall's Catarrh Our* I* taken in.  tally, acting dljreotly on the blood and maoona  Dupont had just undergone a surgical operation, and was lying in his  bed pondering over the expense that  it would mean, when the doctor entered.  "I will just take your tempera-  ture." he said.  "Quite right," snid Dupont, mournfully, "for that really is about tne  only thing I have loft."���������Pele Melo,  Minard's  therla,  Liniment   Cures    Diph*  Hia wife���������If you are not going to  take any vacation thia yeav, why rlo  you spond so much timo reading  summer resort booklctB and circularsP  Mr. Mookun���������It makes me realize  what a self-denying horo I am, my  dear, to stay at home in ordor that  you and the girls may go away ard  have a good time.���������Ohicago Tribune,  Stops Hair  Falling  Ayer'i HaJr Vigor, new Improved Formula, will certainly  stop falling of the hair. Indeed,  we believe it will always do this  iinlftRK thern Ja somft rHaftirh-  ance of the general health.  Then, a constitutional medicine  may be necessary, Consult  your physician about this.  Dots nol chontt the color of tht holt.  A  i/ers  jroraal* with teefc bettl*  9     Show It te yarn  ******  Arab blm *ben\\*%  tk*a de a* ht tuy  The reason why Ayer'a Hair Vigor stops  falling biir it because ft first destroys tno  Sinus whioh csuse thii trouble. After  iii ia done, nature soon brinaa tbout a  full recovery, restoring tht bslr aod  ecaJp to t perfectly hetltbf eoedWen.  Time Has'Tested It���������Time tests all  things; that which is worthy lives;  that which is inimical tc man's welfare perishes. Tin\e ha=������ proved Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil. From a few  thousand bottles in the early days of  its manufacture the demand has risen  so that now the production is running into the hundreds of thousands  of bottles. What is so eagerly sought  for must be good.  Fifteen Egyptian students are to be  sent every year to England to complete their education as engineers,  doctors, lawyers and professors.  ~~ Digby, N.S.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen���������Last August my horsa  was badly cut in eleven places by u  barbed wire fence. Three of the cuts  (small ones) healed soon, but the  others became foul and rotten, and  though I tried many kinds of medicine they had no beneficial result,  cine they had no beneficial result.  At last a doctor adviaed me to use  MINARD'S LINIMENT and in four  weeks' time every sore was healed  and the hair has grown over each  one in fine condition. The Liniment  is certainly wonderful in its working,  JOHN  R.  HOLDEN.  Witness, Perry Baker.  The Indian secretary has released  $1,250,000 in gold on which the gov-  ernment of India held an option,  Only those who have had experience can tell the torture coma cause.  Pain with your boots on, pain with  them off���������pain night and day, but  relief is sure to those who use Hollo  way's Corn Cure  Travellnjf Without Fatigue.-  The secret ot traveling without fa-  tiguo Is to abandon nil thoughts of  amusement und to consorvo tbo onor<  gloRito rofrntn na mucb as possible from  conversation, for in tbo noiso of travel  this noon bocotnos tlrosomo; to avoid  roudlng, for the use of tbe eyes lu tbat  way Induces headaches.  Uut inu't lt worth while It you can  skip lightly off the train, frosh In body  nnd undaunted In spirit, ready for auy  gayoty that Is expected of you?  No ono llkos to reach a destination  tired and worn, wltb hollow eyes and  woary head. Particularly is tbls true  if ono is a woman and thoro aro  friend* to greet ut tbo cud of tbu jour-  noy, when tbo eager flrst Impressions  count for so mucb, no matter how  kindly tho oyos are.  Four or flvo hours on tho train will  tnko tho Bost ont of nny ono If ill  spont, but If care Is used and tho suggestion givon followed one can descend  from tbo train as frosh as whon starting.  Just boforo reaching tho station a little polishing with toilet water and  powder leaflets and the adjusttnont of  tbe balr and veil will tidy tbe outward  appearance in keeping wltb tbe bravo  mood of tfc* ���������ravele*.  AN AUTO AT HOtfEi  How to Rig Up One as Offered' by ���������  Funny Man.  A worfeingman's home is Incomplete  without an automobile. His children  cry for It (For this reason we give below a simple rule for constructing a  horseless rig at home. Already we  have received thousands of letters from  all over the world thanking us for thla  clever arrangement, Bv*r since publishing our easy method Tom Edison  bas been acting sullenly, and Nikola  Tesla envies us. And. though perhaps  we might jeopardize the friendship of  these great men, yet we will go on  publishing these scientific hints to the  p������������r and thus enlighten those who have  been groveling about in the dark so  long owing to the extortionate price  of gas. Here is our wonderful scheme  laid bare:   ;  Go to your family plumber and ask  blm for a galvanized bathtub. Owing  to the stagnancy of business just at  present he will willingly give you one  free of cost just to make room in bis  overcrowded shop. Then take the  wheels from some one's wagon or private surrey and fasten them to tho  tub. making sure that the axles are  strong enough to hold a large family.  After this has been done go to' tbe  butcher and purchase four large bolognas. Put a bole in each end, and  through one of the'holes blow severely  until you have blown all the meat out  of the hole at the other end. When  the skin is entirely meatless, blow up  the skin with a bicycle pump and  fasten on to the tires of the wheels.  After this go down cellar and take  the works out of a gas meter and  fasten to tbe axles ^holding the wheels.  As a gas meter keeps on going around  whether you are burning gas or not,  you will see at once that it will keep  right on going when attached to the  axles, causing the axles to revolve and  thus'making the vehicle go along automatically.  Put a few chairs in the tub and purchase a tin born': at a novelty store.  Great care must be exercised in oue  thing, however���������be sure ia piece of soap  has not been left in the bathtub. This  might cause the chauffeur to slip up  and lose kcoutroi ��������� of the machine. A  piece of llmburger cheese can be placed  lu the back to give it the odor of a real  motor car.  ���������The-above-information-is-offered-gra-  tis, ami vro will gladly give more details upon1 receipt of letter asking for  same. Each letter, however, must be  accompanied by an advertisement con  tained In this Issue and $7.���������F. P. Pit  wr ln Judge    _ ���������.   "-. *   ' ^  BarntnaT Meteors,  It is supposed that mteteors begin to  born when tbey are within about 125  miles of the earth and that combustion  is completed and they disappear at  from thirty-five to fifty miles above tbe  earth. When we see 0 falling star,  therefore, we may consider tbat we  have watched It through a flight of  about a hundred miles before it finally  burns out and dlsaooears from view.  HEALTHFUL, DELICIOUS  11  and Cleanly Prepared.  SALADA  II  GREEN TEA  Is all PURE TEA, and Is rapidly faking tha  plaoe of Japan teas. ���������  LEAD PACKETS ONLY.   40o, 50o and 0Oo Per Lb.  AT ALL GROCERS  Saving a Cab Fare.  Here's a pretty tale of domestic  economy from an English paper. Ha  had been brought up in the lap of  luxury and extravagance, and when  bad times came and be bad to go dowu  to the city and look carefully after his  shillings it was his pretty and tender  little wife wbo helped him and encouraged him by example in small savings.  One fence he never would face.  He balked at taking a bus. "It  might pass the club, you know, dear,  and the fellows at the windows."  One evening, however, he returned radiant to dinner. Tenderly embracing  his life's partner, he murmured:"Tve  done it, darling! All the way for three-  penceP' Love and gratitude were in  her eyes as she said: "My, brave boy!  Did you mind It very much?" With affectionate cheeriness he made answer:  "No, dear! Got box seat; real good old  sort, the driver. Told me lots of storlea  and was quite chatty. ^Capital chap!  Gave him a big cigar and half a crown  for himself when 1 got down."  3  Its Name  "What-do* you call that big plant  on your front porch, Twiddles?"  "That's a d. n."  "Eh!   Something new?"  "Well, that maj^ not be the florist's  name for it, but it's what I call 'fc."  "What does it mean?"  "See the size of the thing? Now  guess at the weight. Well, every  time the mercury drops I have to  carry the blamed plant into the  house. When the sun shines I lug  it out and put it on the porch.  When it rains I have to set it down  on the lawn. That's why I.call it a  d. n. The n. stands for nuisanca,  and the d.���������the d. is an adjective."  ���������Philadelphia  Press.  One of the greatest blessings . to  patents is Mother Graves Worm  Exterminator.: It effectually expels  worms and gives health in a marvelous manner to the little one.  Cholera morbus, cramps and kindred complaints annually make their  appearance at the same time as the  hot weather, green fruit, cucumbers,  debarred from eating these tempting  things, but they need nol abstain if  they have Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysei-  tery Cordial and take a few drop*  in water. It cufres the cramps and  cholera in a remarkable manner and  is sure to check every disturbance of  the bowels.  There comes no adventure but  wears to our souls the shape of our  every day thoughts; and deeds ot  heroism are but offered to those who  for many years have been heroes in  obscurity and silence.���������MaetorlincK.  Useful at AU Times���������In winter or  in summer Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills will cope with and overcome  any irregularities of the digestive  organs which change of diet, change  of residence or variation of temperature may bring about. Thoy  once their beneficial action becomes  known no one will be without them.  There is nothing nauseating tn their  structure, and the moat delicate can  uso them confidently.  Slnco Mr. Froliman started 0 bus  service to convoy playgoers between  tho suburbs nnd his theatres, people  aro calling hiin Mr, To-and-Fronman.  ���������London Opinion,  L���������.-  'JSll.'.'-g'.lilllWailUMi'UJU Hi'...'.!   How Frost Affects Plants.  Plants do not freeze to death in winter, but perish from thirst Tbe process ts simple. The cold causes the  withdrawal of tbe water from the cells  of the plant forming ice crystals outside of the cells. The frost cooling  and contracting the surface, acts as a  sort of pump, and as soon as the cell  Is emptied of its life giving fluid the  plant dies. The truth of this theory  has been proved by numerous careful  experiments. Great variation was  found in the amount of cold necessary  to___cause_the_death_of_vegetatloit Some���������.  plants dry out quickly and are killed  before the freezing point is reached.  Many plants will survive ������ero weather,  and some die only at 20 degrees below. Gertaln vegetable growths never  freeze. There are forms of- bacteria  that even wben immersed In liquid air,  the Intensest cold available, come out  of tbelr bitter batb as chipper and lively as ever.  A proof of Germany's rapidly increasing wealth is that, while in 1394  2,440,000 paid income tax, last ye-u  4,390,000 paid the tax.  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches and  every form of contagious Itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes  bv Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.  "I hope he'll reform when you are  married."  "I don't."  "Whv, he spends every cent he  earns!"  "T knqw it, b'it he spends it <n  me."���������Houston Post.  Minard's  ner.     s  Liniment  Cures   Distem-  ���������trfi*  .i&Uta  ler-  This cold-water starch  "gets  ironing-day over  ���������'/quicker, with leae wear on  'the ironer'i muscles aiid far  IrVeJ'"** *tt &*-iUwiwd Vienna.  ^i/Qlves   a  bsautlful   gloss,  'Needn't bo boiled, ,yet cannot  rstlclc It's astarchyou'U like.  Trr I*        im  Precious Plant Stones.  Among tbe many strange things to be  found in tbe Philippine Islands are  the so called "plant stones" encountered now and again in certain vegetable  growths. Tbe bamboo, for Instance,  according to Ivultur und Natur, contains a scone very similar to the opal,  but on account of tbe rarity with wblcb  it Is found It Is much more costly tban  tbe opal. In many thousand cane stalks  cut down nnd carefully examined there  may perhaps be ono in wblcb tbls beautiful greenish pink scintillating stone  has been formed from tho minute particles of siliceous deposit that Imparts  Its intense hardness to tho outer covering of the enne. Tbo bamboo cane  stone is known as tnbashlrs. In the  interior of sonic cocoanuts 0 stonelike  secretion Is found tbnt Is not inferior  In brilliancy to tho most beautiful gen-  uiuo pearl.  Wonderful Builders.  A personal Inspection of tho pyramids mado by nu English quarry owner led him to tlie conclusion that the  old Egyptians wore bettor builder*  than thoso of the present dny. He  found blocks of mono In tlio pyramids  weighing three or four times ns much  ns tlio obelisks on tho bunks of thu  Nllo. Ilo saw a stone tho estimated  weight of which was 800 tons. Many  of the stones woro found to bo thirty  feot In length nnd fitted so closely together tlmt tho hlado of n penknife  could bo run ovor the surface without  discovering the break between them.  Thero is no machinery, ho claims, so  perfect thn* It will mako two surfaces  thirty feot In length which will moot  Together in unison oa tho atones In tho  pyramids meet.  Two of a Kind.  A revival mooting was in progtrw.  avri Water Jones was called upon for  testimony. Bolng roieek and humble,  she said: "I do not fuel os though 1  should stand bore and give testimony.  I huvo been a transgressor for * good  many yean and have only rocontly  seen the light I believe that my place  Is In a dark corner, behind the door.M  Brother Smith was next called upon  for his testimony and, following tbe  example iot by SUtor Jones, said: "I,  too, bave boon a shiner for more than  forty years, and I do oot think It would  bo fitting for me to stand before thla  assembly aa a model. I think my ptaea  Is behind tba door, to a dark corner,  With Bister Jonea." And ba wondered  why tha meetinf waa eonmlaed witli  tha laoghtar 9* thoae wbo etna ���������������  ^.immmmmm*m*m*mt*mm*mmmtm*mmm*mm-mmtt'A.-  _ Smith���������Tine time we had at oho  cT-b last "nipt: e������?"  Jones���������You bet! Did you get home  all right?  Smith���������No. I was arrested before  T got there and spent the night in  the police station.  Jones ��������� Lucky dog! I reached  home.���������Ally Sloper.  The oldest newspaper in the-world,  the King Pao. or News, of the capital  of Pekin, will celebrate iU five-hundredth anniversary this year.  Oshawa  Galvanized  St e e 1  Shingles  The PEDLAR People!!������{{  Ottawa  KoatrMl   Ottawa  Toronto   London   WlnntHS  You can't afford to roof n  thing without Oihawa Qui*  vanized Steel Sbiaglee,  Good far a bumatai ymta,  Sand lor the ttm* booklet  Keep Your Liver  Working. It's a law organ and  needs to be stimulated occasionally,  or it shirks Hi function. That coated tongue, sallow complexion, tick  headache and pain under the shoulder blade are caused by tn indolent  lhrer. Liven it up by taking a short  course of  Beecham's  Pills  Sold Everywhere.    In boxes 28 -seats.  'avK-Ui -.una   JJUl"Ht''.t  WILSON'S  FLY  PADS  Ivary paekat  win mn  mora 9lee than  aoo ihMte  of stioky eeper   BOLD BV   0RUCCI8T8, CB0CER8 and GENERAL STORE!  10c par packet, or a paektta for tie,  wllli last ��������� whole ������������������aeon.  ���������mmm  r^  Nurses' and  Mothers' Treasure  ���������safest regulator for baby. Prevents  aollc and vomiting���������gives healthful rest  ���������cums diarrhota wfthoat tha harmful  affects of medicines containing opium  or othar injurious drags. m������A  Cur fug.     IB*.���������������������<Snir������tert*.  DIarrhoeata������'������,ua  4Sj  w  mm*  W.   N.   U,   No.   Ml tot* .news;: ctjmf^tm,a ttv. mrrv*w cr?r,mTT?TjC  THE CUMBERLAND NEWS  Issued Every Tuesday.  J.   A.   Bates,  Editor and  Proprietor.  The coiuuma ot The News aw ������\ en to all  who wiah to express therein views on matters of public interest.'  While we do uut hold mraelvaa  rb8n .nsi- |  ble for the utterances of corresponderuo, we  "r-otsi'Ve   the ngiit   ot   devliuiug   10 inter  c juimunicauous unnecessarily personal.  TUESDAY,   SEPT. 17,  1907.  The business of the city this year  again, the same as all ot" last year,  ia done with one less than the required number, consequently any business���������especially important business  ���������is illegal and if any of its by-laws  passed during that time were tested  in the courts would probably cost  thc city more money than would be  required to elect a full aldcrmauic  board.  In this we are not saying anything  against, or do not mean to, any of  the members of tho board rather we  should say they ought lo have tho  thanks of the citizens for devoting so  much time to the city's business. Especially should we feel proud of our  mayor. He has served the city now  for three terms, and done it in such  a way as to make it a quiet and  peaceable city. Hu has been extremely careful to guard tho finances  of the city and this year when a  new election occurs the new board  wiil probably have a small bank account to start on.  We do hot know what the present  mayor's intentions are to a fourth  term, neither does it matter much  to us, but so much can be said, it  will bo hard to get a man capable  of taking his place should he decide  to retire to the simple life at the  end of the Municipal year.  There are many misunderstandings  about this question of debtor and  creditor. The real creditors in this  country of ours are those who . pay  their bills weekly or monthly and  put a few dollars in the bank for  the traditional  "rainy d������iy."  Tn our*savings. banks there are today on doposit twelve billions of dollars, placed there by ten millions of  our fellow citizens. These are the  real creditors. Let these call for  their money and the business of the  country will. go to smash in a day���������  ���������yes,���������in-an���������hour,-���������.When-a��������� few���������������=_a-  mere handful���������of these depositors  take a notion that they want their  money and want it at once, there  happens what we call a run on the  bank. And a mighty serious thing  it may be for the bank involved,  too. Make this idea general and we  have what wo call a panic. Make it  widely general and we have the financial view for ninety-nine out ot  over" hundred wage-earners, merchant and Capitalist,���������Ex.  There are evidently some woll-in-  tentionod people who think that the  tone and usefulness of the papers  might be greatly improved if moro  attention wore devoted to tho common places of lifo and less to do  with "news."  Tho complaint, is hoard that when  a man or a woman goos wrong in a  community, the fact is spread out on  tho front pago in scare headlines that  cannot fail to attract, even from a  distance; but nothing is said about  the thousand and one men and women who do right day aftor day.  Tho intentions of thoso pooplo are  all right, no doubt, but thoy forgot  that it is the business of newspapers  to print nows or what tho oditor  dooms news, and tho fact that tho"  majority of mon aro honest, and  noarly 'all women aro good, is no  nows. It is, fortunately, such a commonplace thing that it is taken for  granted.  ' 'IJortidos, it is vory quostionabio if  tho ideal newspaper, as some pooplo  concoivo it, and most pooplo know  what nn idoal nowspapor is hotter  thnn tho publisher, would bo vory  satisfactory in tho end, Just Imagine what tho publication of such  Items as those would moan:  "John Smith wont on an excursion  yoatorday and returned homo sober."  "William Jones, manager of tlio  National Hank, Is to bo.congratulated on tho fact thpt, ho has not boon  arrested for fraud,"  "Mrs E, ForklnH Smith-Jones gavo  a vory smart tea yesterday a ftor-  noon, and although thero was a largo  attendance of Indies of tho host sot,  nobody's character was hopolosaly  destroyod."  "Mr. Epbraim Smlth-Browno, tho  woll known church member and Sunday School superintendent, has not,  so far am the public knows, gono  wrong yi>t, or Tho Tlov. J, John-  st'ono-Johns, of tho Method ist church  hns not yot nlopod with Flder FitTi-  eimmona' attractive daughter Jonn."  A ncwN|iit'������or iinnlit im niicd evory  wook with such statounuitH' of facte:  hut woulfl it be anv Improvement on  tho ordinary sample of modern journalism?  Fresh Fruit  On Wednesday and Thursday  of each week we have fruit.  Call aud give us a visit,  D. Hunden.  Union  English 4 x BUHTON alwaya on tati also, the famous MILWAUKEE  BEERS���������Anher.sur,' Bohemiau, Schlitz, &c. "OLD GEE'S BEARD"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  TheBuardiog aad Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence of Mrs  Davis, will be rou d First elass])n every respect.  RATES,  ,/  $l.oo per day upwards.  The Right Price  FURNITURE STORE  As the result of a recent judicious purchase a new lot of .furniture arrived this week.   We se'l nt prices to suit all pockets.  REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,  J. H. COLLINS, Cumberland.  -*.���������_������������������   *  Special Offer  - 30 Days -  We   offer  the following    High  Grade and popular  "Charter Oak Ranges"  delivered at Cumberland Wharf  in the following sizes at prices  given below  CasH with Order  \\- e, guaraiut-c these Ranges to be  perfect bakers and  give, absolute satisfaction or money refunded.  No 8-4 hole, oven 14 x 20 x 13 at $40  No 8���������6 hole, oven 14x20x13 at $44.  No 8���������6 hole, oven 18 x 30 x 13 at $52.  WATSOiST ^MCGBEGOR, Victoria.b c ,  Ry. Co.  Low  Excursion  gyp****-  'Steel  a  Kootenay ash-  pan is exceptionally large. Holds  two ���������? days' accumulation.  Re-"  moved easily, like a dresser  drawer. Flanges attached to  fire-pot guide] all ashes into pan.^  Free booklet pn^  to  Provincial  Bxhibitoot  M  Jk  request.  ASH  PAN  Livery  -A.3STD  Teamin  I am prepared   to  furnish Stylish Rigs ������  and do Teaming at  reasonable rates.  D. KILPATRICK  Cumberland  OUR. BEST  Cl^ueiNQ       OFFERS  Thia pupar AND A NEW Subscription  to  Regular price for both.   Our Pi ice  Daily Witness,      $4.50  Weekly Witness,  $3.oo  2.oo  2.25  1.73  2.50  World' Wide, 3.00  Northern Messenger 1.90  Our calculation* are based triotly on ue  cash in advance, Samples of these papers  may lw seen'at our office.  4  rOLLEGIATE   SCHOOL  ^        FOR BOYS  The Laurels.        Belcher Street  Victoria B. C  Patron and  Visitor,  THMORD  BISHOP  OF  COLUMBIA.  Head Master  J.W.LAING, ESQ ,   M..A.,   OXFORD.  Assisted by three Graduates of the Recognized Universities of Great Britain and Canada.  Moderate terms ior boarders.  Property consists of five acres with spaoi-  oush.i|ioo1 buildings, extensive recreating  grounds, gymnasium. Cadet corps organized.  APPLY TO HEAD MASTER.  \  Good  Buys.  to be held at  Victoria, B.C.  Sept.  24th to 28th  inclusive  ���������������*.  mcclaryS  LONDON, TORONTO, MONTREAl, WINNIRB, VANCOVVIII, ST. JOHN, HAMIITW  C. tf. Tarbell i"*������1 Agent  *    ^ tra metammmmmn^t *M.a������im*j*t  G. L. Courtenay,  Disct. Pass. Ag.  LONDON, Sept. 18.-For the mc  ond time within twelve month* General William Booth, the venerable  head of the Salvation Army, eallod  for Anwl<*R toirlny. T.nnfc eprlnj h������  crxiumtrd tiie Auioilcau continent Jn  the couroe of a circuit of the globe,  Hie Journey was a hurried one mid  he mudo tew public appearaneea,  Thle timo he oxpectn to ipend two  month* In the United Btatee and Oe-  noda, during which time he will tra-  vol about 8,000 mltee ud will epeek  at public meeting* in a lerfe number of the chief dtlee of the two  countries. Ble tour probably will  early him aa far aa the Pacific toast  though the complete itinerary will  not be arranged until he reaebet the  other aide,  Though 78 yeara old he Is one of  the busiest men in England, Qoneral  Booth apparently retalna a large  measure of the vigor and ehthusloam  that eharactortted tbe work of his  earlier years, when in the fate of  publlo ridicule and other ttteoourag*  ing eonditlons, he founded and built  up the great organisation which has  since made Its Influence felt throughout thn elvHIced world.  Advertise in the NEWS.  Morrochi Bros,  gllli;AD, Cakes and Pies deliver  ed daily to any part of Oity.  ftTita&PS**^^  ppttionc . Groceries  .NOTICE fo hereby given, that  at a special meeting of the Liceuce Commissioners to be held  the day of which will be published 14 days before thc snid meet.  ing I intend to apply for a transfer of the liquor Liceuce I now  hold to sell liquor by Retail at  Nelson Hotel situated on Lot 11  aud 1 a, Union Bay, to John H.  Fraser and Chas. R. Bishop.  Dated this 15th day of August  WANTED���������To Buy a Cottage on the  pnttalTneiirplan���������-0wner-leaye-terms-at-���������-  this office.  FOR SALE���������The fine icsidence of Mr.  T. E. Bate, situated at the  corner  of  Windermere and First Street is for sale  at ihe low figure of $1400-    For particulars Apply Cumberland News.  ������175 huyw a good lot it this city.  IOR MALE���������10 ncrea good land in Comox Vul lay, suitable for chicken muoh.  Beautiful stream ruiming through property.   Apply nt this ollice.  FOR SALE���������ICO acres, 60 uores chopped  nnd about 10 ncreB cleared. High Innd,  nnd excellent pasture luud.   TerraH oan  be nrranjfed to miit. V  1000 shares Richard 111 min-  , ing stock, 50 cents per share���������  ' apply at this office,  WANTED���������About ten ncres oleared,  with or without houso. Must bo good  Innd nad fronting wuter. State lowest  Rnoe.  ���������M>���������������.��������� ���������������������������������������������11 ���������wmin.iw    ��������� ���������.. .-imi  ���������������������������   ������������������imi..���������,  FOR SALE���������8 Joraoy cows, fresh, aud  iu flrst-oIiiNH condition; also a few yonr-  liug hoifors.   Apply to W. M. Hoy.  $800 CASH buys tirst-claes houso  ou Maryport avouuo,  FOR SALE���������90 acres, with 10 acres  cleared; $1,000 worth of timber, fir cedar, white pine, nnd spruce. 75 acres of  bottom land, 8 roomed house and outbuildings, Lots of spring water, nnd only about 3 miles from Cumberland.  $1100 buyB���������100 acres timber runph, 0  rolloHtrom Courtouay.  For .Snle���������100 aoroe 2H milea from Court ^  uoy.About '20 nores oleared some yonrs a-  #0, Hiffbt in liuo ot railway construction  Close to Courtenay river.  FOR SALE���������A farm of 160  acres, also house and barn, situated near Comox valley Beautiful location, convenient to the  salt water. Por particulars ap*  plyat this office  1907.  Ceo. Howe,  F0H SALE-Ono Mnre, Good Koad.  iter. Apply to George Bettdnell, Comox,  B.0.         To Kent*--8ovoml desirable buB  inoss locations. Consult the 0,B.  E. Agency.  Wanted���������To borrow Saooo for <%  some years on guod   security,  For particulars inquire of Cumberland Real Estate Agency, i i   i imu imuMw���������MmamujujEi  THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  tf  ABSOLUTEITPURE  Nearly all goods in thia Una nt tha  present time aro adulterated and in  fact unfit to use,  OHLETT'S is used by tho best bakers aed  caterers everywhere.  REFUSE   SUBSTITUTES.  GILLETT'S oosts no more thnn the Inferior  adulterated goods.  REFUSE    SUBSTITUTES.  E.W.GlLLETTffi?!^  TOR ONTO. ONT.  NOTIOB.  Riding on locomotives and  railway cars of  the   Union   fiolliery  Company by any  person   or  per-  bods���������except rain crew���������iti strictly  prohibited.    Employees  are sub-  iec to dismissal for allov: ag same  By order  Fkancis D. Littjk  Manager.  When in Cumberland  STAY AT THE   VENDOME.  IS   All Conveniences for Guests.  Thr Bar ls Supplied with  Best Liquors and'Cigars  J. R. BANNERMAN.  JAPANESE  JtfdsJjojLE������isfi*_^__  Wholesale and Retail.  Sweet and Clean 'jm ity  Bolbs.. $2.65  fiL  No, 5 Japtown,..., Cumberland B.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIRST-CLASS  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Design*  Copyriohts Ae.  Anyone tending n ikatoh and deiorlntlnn may  onlokly Moertnin our opinion freo whether an  Rifuatlon i������ probablrputqiilijbla^Coniuiunlca.  one J" trlatjjrcoiifldoiitml.llANDuupK on Pntante  lint fro*, otaut ngonoy for leourmRDatonti.  P������t������nu Uien through Munn AVo. noelte  tftclalnetk*, without cliirao, In too  Scientific Jimcrican,  A hwdinmolr IllaitrnUd weoklr. T.nr������ro������t olr-  oninTloii of any ���������oloiitldfl inurnru, Vormi, M k  wy 11 four montui, IL Bom by all jiowirtoalori.  Draaen Offloo, fa V SU Weiblntton. J. 0.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  The irNMb Uterine    ~~   BftfO   oiltaoti  ������U>ron<  koulyv  "dopond. Wdl  11 trengtbr>No, 1,  fdegroeeetrongiri  7 Ov fiT������l������'d en, woetpTer  _/ ��������� X������. . Syoepamphlet. Addree������  ���������NEMW������WCl.,T0������flNTI),0NT. ifortntrlgWi  im  TAKE MOTKT. that I intend te ap  piynt the meeting of ibe Licence Corn  mlssioners en the nth day of September  1907, for a transfer of the hotel liquor  licence held by me for the Vendome Ho������  te!, Htmied on 1-vn^trivir Avenue, Lei 5  Block 3, Cumberland, B. C. to John R.  Bannerman of the tame.  Dated August aut, 1907,  CHRISTOPHKRGANNER.  A dense ehower of mrnnahoppere fell  at Lyon*, France. They bad to be  ecoopod up in ehovels and earted  away.  iiTi'4>rtMlwl''^l'''j^f"t'������twt'*t'*lTrt''l"l''l"t"l''iW  USTAR\  Stable 1  2 i  I Hayman & Maxwell, t  Proprietors. ['.  mt*  TTEAMSTERS, and DRAYMENT  Ji,SINGLE and DOUBLE RIGSi  ��������� ���������For HIRE. ALL ORDERS..  ���������(���������PROMPTLY* ATTENDED  T0*������  ;;   *���������>  13rd St, Oumberland I  4* *%  ,V^H*l''lH,'fcriyt^t^*lHf'l"t,''tvt'4''*l,4vl''li  q Q2gS32a������S*S3Q������  S!  The Secret of  i BeautiM Complexion.  Now Revealed  FBEB  What beauty is more desirable  than an exquisite complexiou  and elegaiit 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 and GREEKS.  This we obtained after years  of work and at great   expense  It is the method used by the  fairest and most beautiful women  of Europe.  Hundreds of American women  who now use it have expressed  their delight and satisiactibn.  This secret is easily understood and simple to follow arid it  will save you the expense of  creams, cosmetics, bleaches and  forever give you a beautiful; com  -plexion=and^free-yourtsfciiirfrorir  pimples, bad* color. blackheads,*  etc. It alone is worth to you  many times the price we ask  you to send for th������ genuine diamond ring of latest design,  .,.     I  We sell you this ring as one 1  small 'profit ��������� above manufacturing cost. The price is less than  one half what others charge.  The recipe is free with every  rin^t  .,  It is a genuiue rose cut diamond, ring sparkling brillancy  absolutely gauranteed, very dain  ty, shaped like- a> Belcher with  Tiffany setting of U Kt, gold  shell, ai your local jeweller it  would cost you considerable more  than two dollars.  We mail you this beautiful complexion recipe free when your order is received for ring and two  dollars in money order, stamps or  bills, Get your order iu before  our supply is exhaused.  This offer is made for a limited time only as a meaus of advertising and introducing our  goods.  Send to day before this opportunity is forgotten.  TC Moseley.  32 Edit 123 Street, Now York city.  I  Here is an opportunity to secure, Pre������ of Cost,  A FINE WATCH!  We have made arrangements with Stoddart, the jeweller,  thereby we are enabled to offer a most magnificent watch to  boy or girl securing the largest number of Subscribers to the  Cumbeulanb News before October 1st, 1907. These must be  names not now on the lists, and must be paid in advance.  Names may be handed in any time.       '  ������������������  THE GIRliS' PRIZE  is 6-sixed watch, best quality Swiss  movement, stem-  winder, carved case, with shield for initials.  THE BOYS' PRIZE  is an 18-size watch, good Swiss movement, stem-winder  gold haftds, with an Arcadian silver chain. .  "These may be seen at the Jewelry Store of P. Stoddart.  Do not fail to take a try at this, and secure a good watch  absolutely Free of Cost;  The  Cumberland^ News.  Cumberland, B. C.  PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION  When In Courtenay Stay At  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  The Oential Hotel for Sportsmen  Noiie but the Best of Wines and Liquors  at the Rar.  RATES '���������'".    REASONABLE  I  John Johnston, *   Pro-.  FOUND���������On Thursday last  a watch charm-valliable. Ap-  ply News office.  Make your wants   known  THROUGH COLUMNS OF NEWS.  Wood's EkospJiddine,  &% The Great English Remedy.  *f} Tones and invigorates the ���������wholo  ni&fvotfsTsystem~inakes--nDW-  ���������Bloodin old Veins. Curw Nervous. Debilitu, Mental and Brain iVorru.Jies-  pondency, Sexual Weakness, Emissions, Spermatorrhoea; and, Effects of Abuse or Excesses.  Price $1 per box, slxfor 85. One willplease,,'yz  will ouro. Sold by all druggists or mailed in  plain pkg. on reoolpt of price. New pam^uct  ���������mailed free. Tho Wood Medicine Co.  {formerly Windsor) forcntOi Ont.  The Cumberland Real Estate  Agency lias a " house on Penrith  Avenue and two 011 Maryport Avenue for sale. Spot Cash would  certainly suit the ownersbetter,but  a cash payment and monthly instalments would prove an inducement to sell.  (j;  Ittetoria, B.C.  September, 24 to 28  I9O7  BIGGER   and   BETTER  THAN    EVER  VALUABLE    TROPAY    CUPS  iind SPECIAL PRIZES in  EVERY DEPARTMENT.  $50,000  EXPENDED on GROUNDS and  EQUIPMENT THIS YEAR.  4-Days Horse Racing-4  and OTHER ATTRACTIONS.  ENTRIES CLOSE  SEPT.   16th.  EXCURSION   RATES   FROM  ALL   POINTS.  Write for Prize List.  JT. ��������������� Smart,  P. 0. Drawer 761 Secy-Treas  Victoria,  B. C.  Money to L,oan��������� A few hundred dollars to loan on good securities. Address T. M. Care  of News office.  Two large trunks containing about  $1,500 worth ol tobacco, were ltft  unclaimed on a pier last week in  New York.  Ip To  nil-women   for, coll toting  !i unmet and telling uur oovalfcio,  wo Rive Big Prominent, tend ntme to������d������y  for our new plan of Big Profits with ltttl*  work. Write to-d&y, . Addrett C. T,  MOSKLtCY, Premium^ doptrtment* 82 B,���������  S3 Street, Now York oity.  Hotel  VletoHa, B. C.       !  Tho Rates aro Lower than other  first-class hotels, with Accorno-  u'tttiuu Supurioi Ui iiuui).  Rooms with or without bath.  American Plan   $1.50  to 82.50.  por day.  Enropean Plan, Rooms only,  .50 to $1.50, per day.  Freo Bus.  STEPHEN JONHS.  The drink of strong men and healthy women  onBrewe  Is The Best  Bottled or In Barrels.  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo B.C.  TAKE NOTICE that at special meeting of the Licence Commissioners to -be held at Cumber-  -laua~B���������er-the-:date~of-whiclu  will be published 14 days before  the said meeting, I intend to apply for a transfer of the hotel liquor licence held by me' for the  Waverly Hotel situated at Shoal  Bay B. C. to Daniel Ferguson.  Dated this 8th Day of August  1907.  P. McDonald  P. PHILLIPS HARRISON  Barrister and Solicitor  and  Notary Public  Conveyancing  K Orabertal    10.  WATSWS  W>-\:7>''  . .Im^.t.%\**m������*m~-  *-'-'''*.*e*k(Xe,*.Uii'  ".' A ", ,t--i\A'���������'���������}���������',,  Kins of icotch Whiskies.  ��������� t���������7 ���������^__  The HUDS0N3 BAY CO  Sole Acents for B C TIIE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Articles That Erought Tragedy to  Their Owners.  SOME- QUEER  COINCIDENCES.  The Hindoo Idol That Mmt. Carnot  Ordered Destroyed���������A Grim Exhibit  In a London Museum���������-A > Ring That  Brought Its Owners to Suicide.  Of course the psychologists have explanations for them all, but there  an? lots of things that happen that  somehow do uot respond readily to  these so called explanations of "purely  mental effect" or "accidental coincidences" and all that sort of thing.  When Muie. Carnot, widow of Sadl  Caruot, died uud her will was read, a  clause lu It caused cbuside.-abie comment. This was to the effect that a  certain small Hindoo idol carved from  a hard stoue which would be found  ���������nionjj her property must be taken out  and crushed until completely destroyed. Many marveled at this apparently  singular request, for the idol seemed  a harmless, ugly little thing, but her  " instructions were carried out to the  letter.  The Idol had been presented to Sadi  Carnot   years   before   Le   Aad   ever  thought of the presidency of France  by a friend who hud brought it from  3ndia.     Later  he   learned  that  there  ���������was a legend attached to it which asserted that whosoever wouid retain it  ia  his  possession   would  rise  to the  Jullest height of power in his chosen  profession, but die of a stab wound  when at the zenith of his career.   Carnot traced the history of the idol and  found thatr for 500 years the  rulers  *who  had   possessed  it  had  all  died  either in battle or by assassination of  ���������stab wounds.    Yet he laughed at the  Sstory, called the facts adduced by his  search a  mere chain of coincidences  ,'aud retained the idol.    He died by a  dagger in the hands of au assassin;  ijieaee* Mme. Caruot's strange request.  .'']  Iq Chicago a pawnbroker has a queer  looking old turnip, of a watch that he  ���������_i3EtU_nalLgell and will not wear, for he  i&nows its history.   He bought it at a"  :  !*ale of accumulated  police property,  and after the sale as a warning one of  the police officials related three "coincidences" In connection with it   The  "���������first'.Chicago mun to own the watch,  so far as the police knew, had been  killed by a burglar, and the watch was  ������ne of tlie few things the thief got  ���������way with.    A  few weeks later the  Ifcurglar, with a party of his pals, pur-  Isued. liy tUe police for another crime,  r-toufc nefi\i������e' tu a house on the outskirts  *iof tba- city and sought to bold tlie offl-  -'���������cers at bay.   All were taken alive ex-  ' tfept the burglar, and he was shot dead.  ' The watch was found on his body.   It  ^'���������was around the detective bureau for a  Y'iong time, and one day ouo of tho  ^Jorce asked permission to take it bome  to> a**m some friends, bis description  :%*,  fts "quaint,  out-lous''case havlug  aroused their curiosity.   On his way  ***W* to report that nigljt, witb the  watefc in bis possession, lie was shot  etead by a crook who bad a long stand-  tug grudge against bim.  I'be pawnbroker put the watch in  ihls showcase, but purely as an ornament, and made such investigation re-  Igarding Its history ns be could. He  ;3tearned tbat it hnd boon made In  il'rance more than a hundred years  ago, and flvo men who hnd worn it hnd  ���������Mod Yiolent deaths, Yet these were  all coincidences, and the curse of thp  !old woman from whoso hands it had  keen snatched by a thief in Bordeaux,  shortly nfter It left Its maker's hands  Jind nothing to do with tho caso whatever.  , In tho South Kensington museum,  'London, thoro is an objojet catalogued  22,450. It in u cast of n woman's faco  and was found In an oscavutlou not  fur from Luxor, in Egypt. Tho cast tii  that of n beautiful woman, but tho  face wears un expression of slnlstor  evil. Tho man who found the cast  died within twenty-four hours after he  had touched It, nud tho two workors  who bundled it died within n few  weeks. Three of iho carriers who handled It "on tho N'ilo boat died within a  ���������abort space of time, and tho man wbo  roshlpped it at Cairo also died within  less than a week after ho imd played  bin jmrt In tlio work of getting It to its  destination. All these were seemingly  ,iiaiuu! Jc;.'!**", '"if* it lo Mrt thnt nil  tbo mon whn������<������ flnwm touched tho oast  'in Egypt hIiou'kI havo dlod ho soon aft*  'tr the handling.  i  Thon  there Is the ring of which  iCJlrmmrd, tlio  French dotoctlve, has  i*'ni ������.������ w.'.J ���������������!.���������'��������� '��������� '"���������������������������"' '" 'n one nf tbu  !museums of r������ri������.   lt U odd In thnt  lit is flexible, slightly so, for It la form*  ed llko a twisted Hcrpeut In closely  j wo von gold link* with au opal ou tho  'top of the hnnd. two tiny emerald* for  pyoH nnd fl ruby in its mouth.   Seven  jsucti rings um������ u������>t apt to bo in exist-  enco 1" nny ont* city, yet noven timet  Idurlug the twenty nine years Olrouard  ���������served tlio PnrMii n pollen* In a position  which brought itiiu to the morgue dally  In, found thii- ring on tbe ixxliei of  suicides.    Vmtr  UiaM  tt  bad   boon  .tlalrpQtl. hy reltitivee ot tho dead, and  One  kind   ot  underwear,   and  only one, fits right,  wears out slowest, and satisfies you from the day you  , ���������     buy it-   That kind it trade-  Barked (as above) in red, and guaranteed to you  *>y "tores that sell it and the people who make it.  Made in many fabrics and styles, at variou*  prices, in form-fitting ������izej for women,  men and children.    Look (or die  PEN-ANGLE. ���������������  twice bad It been sold. The seventh  time Glrouard saw to it that it went  through the usual red tape channels to  a place where it could no longer be  worn.-  Honor Medal For Chinese Woman.  Te Fat Mul, .a Chinese woman of  Hongkong, has received a modal for  bravery displayed during the great typhoon. She is the ouly woman who  has ever been decorated for sigual  bravery in tbe history of the colony  and probably the only Chinese woman  who holds a medal of honor presented  by foreigners.  Te Pat Mui won the medal simply  through not losing ber head wben in  danger. She was on the water front  when the storm broke, and she saw her  house swept away by the waves that  drove in from tbe outer harbor.  Instead of joining the mad rush back  to the upper lands she stayed just outside the zone of the floating vj-feckagt  and busied herself pulling people off  floating roofs and directing them to  places of refuge. When most of the  Chinese water dwellers had fled Te Pat  Mui was noticed by the white men  who were doing rescue work along the  Hongkong bund still busy directing  those of her race who came drifting in  to land where to go to get out of reach  of the waves.  __Minardls L[nJment___Cures   Garget  in Cows.  The tug Soa Benita, on its way *o  Brazil, foundered in the Bay of Biscay  and the crew of seven were drowned.  Jamaica has placed   Portland cement on the free list.  ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT removes  all hard, soft or calloused lumps tnd blemishes, from horses, blood, spavin, curbs,  splints, ringbone, sweeney, stifles, sprains, sore  and swollen throat, coughs, etc. Save $50 by  use of one bottle, Warranted tbe most wonderful  Blemish Cure  ever known.  King Edward's Perquisites.  Among the most curious of his Majesty's perquisites is his right to every  whale or sturgeon captured on thv  coast of the United Kingdom and  brought to land. Both of these perquisites tfate back to tbe dayu of. th������  Norman Kings', and it appears that  in the case of the whale the monsters  wero divided between the Sovereign  ana his consort, tho Queen taking the  head In order that her wardrobe  might be replenished with the whalebone needed for the stiffening of her  royal garments.  Another of. the King's perquisites  Is a certain number of magnificent  cashmere shawls, which are despatched to him every year from the kingdom of Cashmere. They vary in value,  as a rule, from ������00 to ������250 apiece.  Another class of royal purveyor is  called upon to present annually a  tablecloth, while from other sources  again ho is entitled to an annual contribution of such varied "tips" aa  white doves, white hares, currycombs,  fire tongs, scarlet hosiery, nightcaps,  knives, lances and crossbows. Moreover, at the coronation, the Lord of  the Manor ol Addlngton must pro-  sent to the Sovereign a "dish of pottage" composed of "almond inila,  brawn of capons, sugar, apices, chickens parboiled and chopped," At the  same coreinony the Lord of the Manor  of Hnydon is obliged by virtue of  his tonuro from tho Crown to pro-  Bent tho monarch with a towol, tho  Lord of the Manor of Worksop giving the Sovereign ft "right-handed  glove. Those are only a fow of the  various perquisites to which King  Edward is entitled by tradition and  UMgO,  Women'Not   Improving.  Mr. Plowden, the Marylebone magistrate of London, has come to the  melancholy conclusion that woman ig  changing for the worse. He drew attention to the metamorphosis in a  ���������nrilnnf speech in his court, suggested by an assault case in which a  woman took part.  A certain class ot case which ������am<*  before him constantly, he said, suggested that women's nature was un  dergoing very considerable modifica  tions in the twentieth century.  The gentleness and spirit of dependence and the *'p\veet reasonableness*'  that used to distinguish the sex were  (riving place to a love of advertise  ment and a taste for unseemly scenes-  of  rowdyism  and  violence.  Tlie doves were changing into eaples  Kven the hatpin, designed for such  innocent purposes, was becoming, in  the hands of women, as much a weapon of danger as the stiletto or the  revolver.  These  chances  in   the   nature   of  women were forced upon his attention  by what was constantly occu^-���������  tbe police courts.  Burro Driver* Carry Candle*.  Tn Mexico all vehicles, be they band-  cart, automobile or anything between,  must carry a light at night This rvi%  or law is rigidly enforced. Even the  drivers of the poor l.'ttle burro or mule  carts, on their two wheels, must carry  a light, So, rather than buy lanterns,  which cost money, they take a dip  candle, and wrapping it in a bit of  newspaper to shield it from the wind  carry it in their left band as they drive  along homeward from work after evening has fallen. The effect is striking,  as the light falling strongly on the In*  dian driver throws the face of tbt* ������paa  into strong reHo* .^ainsf rhe darkness.  SUMMER  COMPLAINTS  ��������� At the first sign of illness. during  the hot weather give the little ones  Baby's Own Tablets, or in a few  hours the trouble may be beyond  cure. Baby's Own Tablets is thi  test medicine in the world to prevent summer complaint if given occasionally to well children, and will  as promptly cure these troubles if  they come unexpectedly. But the  prudent mother will not wait until  trouble comes���������she will .keep her  children well through an occasional  dose of this medicine The Tablets  ought  therefore,  to  be  kept  in the  -house���������at_all times,. Mrs.   Charley  Warren, Nevis, Sask., says: "13 y  little boy was greatly troubled with  his stomach and bowels, but a few  doses of Baby's Own Tablets wrought  a great change in him. I would not  be without the Tablets in the house."  Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 25 cents a box from The Dr.  Williams Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  ECZEMA'S ITCH  IS NEVER ENDING  Except By Active and Persistent Treatment With the  Great Eczema Cure,  Dr. Chase's Ointment  When left to itself, eczema runs on  indefinitely, causing keen distress  from itching and covering the body  with sores that refuse to heal. i  Even with careful treatment, <-c-'  zema is obstinate in yielding to curative measuns, but the regular and  persistent use of Dr. Chase's Ointment- is the most certain means of  overcoming this torturing disease.      t  Internal treatments for eczema  have long since been discarded, except the use of medicines to regulate  the bowels and enrich the blood,  while local'applications are used to  relieve the itching and heal the sores.  It is the remarkable success of Dr.  Chase's Ointment in the cure of eczema which has given it world-wido  recognition as the standard ointment  for itching skin diseases.  Mrs. Robert Clendenning, Welland  Station, Ont., writes: i  "For   three   years   my   daughter,'  Fanny, was afflicted with eczema in  an intense and persistent form, and  for nine days she was totally blind.  The burning, itching and disfigurement were horrible, her entire face  being completely raw for months,  and the distress so great that sho  could not sleep.  "The best efforts of two eminent  physicians failed to even mitigate  her awful suffering. One day wheu  I was low-spirited over m.v daughter's condition Dr. Chase's Ointment  was recommended to me, and to our  surprise Fanny was helped with the  first box and she has since been entirely cured by this treatment.  "Her face is now as smooth as a  baby's and she ia in splendid health.  The credit for this cure is entirely  due to Dr. Chase's Ointment, and I  cheerfully give .vou permission to  state my daughter's case, hoping that  it will lead many others to secure  the same good results."  There are a score of ways in which  Dr. Chase'8 Ointment, with its extraordinary soothing, healing properties,  is useful in every home; 60 cents  a box, at all dealers, or Edmanson,  Bates & Co., Toronto.  Counsel (addressing the judge, after he had got his client, a thief, acquitted in the face of strong evidence���������Your honor, I would be  obliged if you would order that this  man be not released from custody  until tomorrow.  Judge���������Certainly. But what is  your reason?  Counsel���������Well, you   see, the   road  near mr home is rather lonely, and  as my client knows quite well'that I.  shall have money on me, he might,  possibly  lie  in  wait   for   me.���������Bon |  Viyant.  British Naval' Supremacy.  The New York Post, speaking of  British naval supremacy, says: The  British Admiralty is not satisfied with  its recent extraordinary development  of the torpedo boat-destroyer. Tn  1393 its largest boat of this type was  the Havoc, of 240 tons, 3J500 horsepower, and 261-2 knots. Five 61 ihe  boats authorized in J905-C are now  tatti'ng the waler, the Ghurka and Af-  ridi having recently been launched.  These boats are of 790 tons, 14.500  horsepower, and huve a speed ox 33  knots, three more than any of the destroyers owned by Germany, France  or the United States, and are 200 tons  larger than the largest foreign boat.  Not content with this leadership, the  Admiralty has laid down at Birkenhead the Swift, a destroyer of 1.830  tons, 30,000 horsepower, with the phenomenal speed of no less than 36  knots an hour. The Swift is to be an  ocean-cruising boat, with a great  radius of action; and having the pace  to ovorhaul any torpedo boat or destroyer, cruiser or battleship will truly becomo "the eyes and ears of the  fieet." But tho Ghurka and tho Swift  have high freeboards and are comfortable and livable vessels, inctend of  raoing machines, which utterly exhaust *ho\*- crews In u few days. Tt  Is now apparent that in the eyos of  the Admiralty tho torpedo cruisor nnd  torpedo gunboat are failures, the for-  mor because its scouting powers were  sacrificed to its armament and the  latter because it wns neither a scout  nor a destroyer. Only throe 13-pound-  ors will be curried by the Gnurka,  and four 25-pouudors by the Swift. A  clearer example of the way tho BHt-  ish Admiralty leads the wnole world  tn nnval construction nnd development it would be hard to find. Kvory  othor country is an imitator, and at  that from three tn five years* behind.  Pretty W*TT Paper,  <Vhon prottlty sprigged and dainty  wa|l impora can he purchased, for 10  eeiitt< a roll, thoro Is not often nn ox-  cum- ior u,iij ������������<��������������� tu ������ u-iicijiUMiwi,  U '-���������.'.<' .Ni'.W.'.s tirai Uw ifu'd j,*iwM:r a'id  tank's the 8ugg������>������tlou of its color and  do������lg������i into the f urn lulling* of the room.  oiu������ need not be nt ������ loss to securo a  chJirmJng effoot  uiim imiiii iii vwiiuu cut* vut'up v,a,i  paper was usedl was made as artistic  nnd attractive as many ������ more expensively furnished room. The wall paper  thoKcn had n light pastel blue ground  wpriiiklcHl ovor with short stemmed  rhl'-'ft'v n(;f\ yc-ffow (renter*.  With Infinite taste tbe fumliher wed  tliU dalay fur a keynote In her furnishings. Oo the drpsalng table there  I* n ruffled eover of white maslln. Tlie  light bluo, white tDsmelwl fornltarv  or ranple might bt need wltb Jart ts I  food eftesh, . .    .  ���������  A Cure for Fever and Ague���������Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are compounded for use in any climate and  they will be found to preserve thoir  powers in any latitude. In fever and  ague they act upon the secretions  and neutralize the poison which has  found its way into the blood. They  correct the impurities which find ent-  raKs^nttrthe~system-thTough~drink������-  ing water or food and if used as a  preventive fevers are avoided.  "Speaking of bad falls," reman<ed  Jones, "I fell out of a window on?e,  and the sensation v*^ terrib'e. During my transit through the air I  really believe I thoiglit of evory  mean act I had ever committed in  mv life "  "H'm!" growled Thompson. "Yo*<  must have fallen an awful distance!"  ���������Philadelphia Inquirer.  Making Whale Leather  The Newfoundland fisherman have  been attempting to make whale leather a commercial product, and are  said to be meeting with some success. The average whale hide covers  a surface of about 1.5(H) square feet.  A square foot of the hide weighs from  two to five ounces and is priced as  high as 50 cents. The leather is ui-  usually tough and is said to ba������-3  great wearing qualities, *��������� and may  therefore be adapted to the covering  of furniture, buggy tops and seats,  and also automobile uses. It is a'.no  said that h can be used for boats  and shoes. Leather madt- from the  intestines of the whale resembles kid.  and is thin and tough. It will .take  color readily, and is to hi offered to  glove manufacturers for making tha  long-sleeved gloves now worn by women.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.  Three thousand marriages are performed every day all over the world.  No fewer than sixteen articles of  the last Hague convention relate to  the treatment of prisoners of war.  Geronimo, the old Apache chief  who was captured in Indian Territory some time ago, made an attempt  to escape, but was caught a few  hours afterwards.  THE RECORD  CALORIFIC  Our warm air heat producer for churches and large  public buildings, possesses a very important feature  in the fact that it has two air courses���������the air travels up  through both the inner and outer castings.   All products  come in direct contact with  surround the hot air columns,  thus making the largest amount  of heating surface to every  square foot of grate surface  ever achieved in a warm air  heater. The flue construe  tion admits of heat being  forced direct to the most  distant and most exposed  part of the' building to be  warmed. 107  WRITE FOR CATALOGUE  of combustion  and completely  T-m. A���������  0  THE RECORD FOUNDRY & MACHINE CO.  1 hundnee et MONCTON, N.B. & MONT&EAL.RQ.  8������lu Branches at MONCTON, N.B.J    MONTREAL,   .P&1  TA.  RONTO.  ONT.}  WINNIPEG,  MAN.j  VANOOUVER. BA  CALGARY,   ALT?  TO.  ���������nd  FOR THE  NOON-DAY  LUNOH  NOTHINS SO SATISFYING A3  TRISCUIT  It l������ whole wheat Ussm-cooksd, shredded and baked and compressed Into a wafer, presenting greatest amount of nutriment in  smallest bulkr Delicious as a toast wtth butUr, ch������������������*a, marmt-  fiirfss and beveragee.  Always ready te serve.   Crisp,   tasty   and   nourlihlng.  All Grocers.   iSc ��������� Carton; 2 for 2fc. 0*  f  THE  NEWS.  CUMBERLAND. BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  In Bird Society  A SOCIAL GATHERING OF FEATHERED FOLKS.  SOCIETY among birds! Yes, indeed.  For only a short time, it is true,  but along toward the end of July  and the beginning of August is moulting time, when, you know, the birds  change their feathers. It doesn't take  Jong for the old ones to fa}) out and the  new ones to come In, but when this  happens birdie can't fly very well,  so he seeks a quiet place, and there  enjoys himself with his friends.  These social gatherings are never  noisy, for they don't sing during moulting time, but you can see the old fellows giving the youngsters good advice  and the mothers in their chiroy gossip.  Miss Redbreast was such a nice little  bird that Mrs. l.obin wished very much  to have her as a bride for her son,  Johnny. Happily, Mrs. Robin had arranged a little party, and all the Redbreasts were invited.  The Laying of a Good  Foundation  THE wise man about, to build himself a home will see that his  foundations are the best to be  had for his money, even if he has to  eonomize on the superstructure. The  really skilled   embroiderer   is   equally  t  careful about her foundations.  Every stitch put on una preliminary  work pays many times over. It really  does not take much extra time to pad  one's scallops and flower petals, yet it  makes a surprising difference In the appearance of the finished work.  Many workers are eager to begin  what tney call the embroidery at once,  not realizing that the underlaying is  quite as important as the covering  stitches. Nor is this merely so as regards looks. No embroidery launders  well that ls not firmly padded,' It holds  the material in place and prevents it  from pulling when washed.  Almost all padding should be run  lengthwise of the design, as the covering is usually done across it As good  a way as any to pad is to run the edges  of a scallop or flower and fill up the  centre with chain stitches, or the whole  thing can be chaln-stltched. This stitch  fills in very rapidly and gives tht requisite smoothness without which no  satin stitch ever looks well.  Ordinary darning cotton makes a very  good Ailing.   If the work ls to be very  much  raised,  more strands should be  used, or the stitches can be put ln sev-  , eral layers,  making lt slightly higher  ������������������- -������o centra. ^ .  A jolly good time they were having.  Miss Redbreast and young Mr. Robin  seemed to like each other very much.  Their mothers were delighted.  "Let's take a little walk," said Mr.  Robin.  Miss Redbreast thought that would  be nice, so they hopped down under a  cool   green hedee.  When they talked together quite a  while Mr. Robin asked Miss Redbreast  if she didn't think she would like to  become Mrs. Robin.  She drooped her head daintily and  chirped, ever so low, that she thought  perhaps she would.  Why naughty Tabby should have been  lurking near the hedge no one knows,  but just as Mr. Robin was about to  chirrup joyously she made a spring for  little Miss Redbreast.  Mr. Robin saw Tabby leap. In a moment he had darted straight for her  eyes.  . Miss Redbreast got away in safety,  but brave Johnny Robin vtrns killed.  Great was the grief among the Rob-  Ins and Redbreasts. Needless to say,  they went into society no more that  year. :������������������.���������  The Game of Castle King  AK_AMUSlNCklganie_to_play_.is_as  follows:  '    Choose   your   King    by    some  counting-out   rhyme.     Then  he* must  CAPTURING A SAWFISH  lit    ET'S go out some distance to-  I        day,   Instead  of  hugging  the  ���������*���������-*   shore,"  cried Jim,  giving the  boat a shove and then leaping to his  place.  Joe nodded assent. "Yes," said he;  "here we've spent a whole week of our  vacation on the coast and haven't ever  teen much further than a stone's throw  Irom the shore. There's not the sign of  a squall so I think we can risk a good  long row."  The water was smooth and they made  good headway. After rowing fpr an  hour, Jim suggested that they rest on  their oars and have something to eat.  Their lunch was not yet finished and  the boat was idly drifting along when  there was a sudden rush of water as a  wicked monster crashed into the boat,  piercing the side with a long, saw-like,  tony projection,  "It's a sawfish!" yelled Joe. "We've  got to beat the rascal oft or he'll sink  the boat!"  A PERILOUS SITUATION.  Finding itself unable to gain its freedom, the sawfish turned and swam toward the shore, towing the boat with it.  It kept right on its course until the  boat grounded on the beach. Several  men were watching, with great surprise, the Boat come rapidly toward  them, and they now helped in dragging  the boat and flsh up the beach.  The sawfish when measured proved to  be a monster, indeed, and you may be  sure that Jim and Joe were prou-' "t  their strange catch.  He Knew.  Lady (whose sister is singing In next  room)���������How do you like the song, Jimmy?  Jimmy���������That's all right; you can't fool  me. I know a phonograph when I hear  - one.  stand on a high place and shout defiance to his foes.   He taunts them with  abusive epithets, such as:  "I'm king of the castle,  Gat down, you cowardly rogue."  He is then assailed by the other players, every one struggling to capture his  place  of  eminence���������and he  must   try,  alone, to maintain it.  Fair pulls and pushes are allowed, but  no clothes must be pulled, under penalty of being setviside as prisoner of  war, whlch-really seans expulsion from  the game.  Sometimes the I In- is permitted to  have an assistant or ally, who, however,  does nothing but stand by and see that  there Is fair play. It is his duty to capture any one who breaks this rule.  Of course, ere long the king is bound  to be overcome by some strong assailant, who anally wins the coveted place,  and the flrst king has to retire to the  ranks and fight for the place lf he wishes to recover it. , en  This game is called Castle King,  Tapir as a Pet  H  E IS a funny-looking animal; isn't he, to have for a pet?   But tei  tapir is one of the favorites of the keepers at a zoo in Germainon*.  So affectionate and playful is he that they all enjoy a frolic ������*&>  him.   Whenever a keeper enters his cage Le always searches through luae.  pockets for some dainty, which he is almost sure tb find.  ���������       In South America, from where the tapir is brought, he is not regardedl  as such a friend, for he is so fond of the young and tender leaves of plants  that he does great damage among the plantations.   As he sleeps by day  and seeks his fo������d by night, it is so much more difficult to keep him front*  doing harm.  Legend of the Stork     '���������  THERE was once a sultan of Turkey  who gathered around htm as his  counselors all the wise men of his  dominions. The sultan himself was very  wise,, but he could not help playing  jokes upon the dignified advisers.  For several months the sultan had  enjoyed not a single trick. He began  to fear that he would soon be growing  dull unless something happened to  amuse him.  That day he directed his slaves to  thoroughly oil the broad steps that led  to the palace. He then sent word to all  his  counselors  that  he  wished  to  see  (     The Magic Bridge  MERE is a game known as Magic  V"T Bridge. All the children join hands  and form a ring. If there are many  of them, there shdUUTbe severarbriapsr  say, four, in the ring, at regular intervals from each other.  The bridges are formed by two chil-.  dren, who raise,their joined hands for  the others to pass under. They are not  formed till the leader gives- the signal.  Some one will'kindly-'play'at "the piano���������any lively march or dance, to  which the children can keep merry step,  singing as they go. They pass once,  twice or oftener around the circle; then  the leader, who stands in the centre,  must give a signal where the bridges  are tb be made.  Immediately the eight children who  receive'the signal raise their joined  hands���������two for each bridge, four bridges  altogether; and all the other children  pass under the bridges, dancing or  marching to the music.  -Then the leader gives the signal for  the bridges to be demolished. The circle  forms again as at flrst. Then new  bridges are signaled for, to be formed  by different sets of children; the rest  pass under these new bridges,  And so it goes as long as the children  enjoy lt.   Very pretty game,  would to keep bis footing, each dignified gentleman slipped upon the oily  surface and rolled to the bottom of the,  'steps. The sultan roared with laughter. This was for him the best joke hft  had ever played.  But one of the wisest of the advisers-*.  who knew all about magic, was so-,  angry at being treated in this way tbat:.  he changed the sultan into a stork.  And the stork to this day, though &*  wonderful old bird, you know, sOme*..-  times does such foolish things as brlne-  ing you a baby brother when you want:.  a sister or a baby siBter when you want,  a brother to play with.  Gets Fish in Ice Cake.  ���������'(  C.  E. Comley, proprietor of a sun*-"  mer resort at Black Lake, Wis., cap~  -tured-^a���������forty-pound-muskcllonge-10^a.*s  THE SULT\A*J'S JOffiD   ���������*/���������������������������  them at a certain time in the afternoon. Placing his chair at the head of  the steps, the sultan seated himself up-  ,on it, chuckling.  As the Hour appointed arrived  the  wise  men appeared,    But try as he  peculiar manner. Comley, with.a.force**;  of men, was harvesting ice. in- a ahal���������i  low bay of the lake, whexa. the wat������rt  was frozen solidly to the. white-. sands*  bottom. The great flsh, was founa>4  frozen in the crystal lee, and;an.-.oblonR.  piece was sawed out and the. fish .taken*  to Rhinelander. The ice was placed, to;  a tank at a restaurant,, and whencifc  melted the fish was found to be sttUi  alive and apparently none the worse forr  having been frozen in the solid ice ������lT>  winter. ,     ���������  ���������_���������__������������������mi.   -*-���������  Bobby's Strategy?  Quite a number were present at ditt*������~ ,  ner; and Bobby found hlnmelf entirely  overlooked.  Having   waited, patiently  for   sometime and receiving nothing to eat. at  last he  Inquired  loudly  If some  one.-  would kindly give him somo mustard.  "What do you want with the oaustardlu  Bobby?" asked his mother,  "To go wtth what you have already  given me," he cheerfully explained.  Bobby received all he wanted there-*?  after. j  "Y  ES," announced the princess, "I  shall be happy to take a husband should there be one found  to my liking."  Tho whole day before tho princess  had sat deep in thought, scarcely tasting the food placed before her. It wus  only that morning thnt the ministers of  state had respectfully called upon hat  and suggested thnt it would please bar  people overmuch should she take a husband. The king, her father, had been  killed while hunting a full year ago,  and the queen had died soon afterward from grief. Whllo the princess  was ns wim* us she wiih beautiful, still  her sv')ject* felt the kingdom needed  the flwn hand of a king-therefore this  request.  Now, a princess so young and beautiful could have no lack of suitors, but  then she was very, very hard to please,  so that a proclamation was sent far and  wide telling the world of her desire to  choose a husband.  Soon  tho  courtiers  began to arrive  from far and near.   Some were tall and  some were short; some wero fat and  Homo were H'nn; Init nil bore high-sounding titles nnd powsevsed great  wealth.,  Ench bestowed upon her a magnificent]  gift���������that Is.  all except one.    Exactly!  ontt hour before the trumpet blew announcing the close of the time for all  aspirants to appear, there wn* admitted  to the court n youth who, though very  handsome,  had   come  on  u    forlorn-  looking horse and whose clothes wero  decidedly threadbare.  Advancing   toward   thc   throne,   he  humbly knelt heforc tlio prlncvsN nnd  begged her to accent the gift he hand-.  cd her���������a poor, little b������u������ju������t of roses.  Carelessly hidden smiles nf scorn could  ,     ...l;. vi. '.',-   f;*.v'.     ' '*.    4 *' ���������       "  ors.  Hoe priiic**������ wim, uim* iiuw, bad t>������t*u  wturlly looking on thit nconc, ftecming-  ly not In the least Interested, now  roused herself. Graciously i.iking the  tlowsr*, she nukPrt, nnt unkindly:  "And whom have I the pleasure of ad-  drrnnirttt*''  At this the noble courtiers around  smiled broadly. Surely the princess  must be making sport of this Ill-kept  stranger, a vagabond more fit for the  alley thnn the court,  ���������"Tis I who have all the pleasure In the  addressing, lovely prtnoss," returned  the youth, snd the words fell musically  upon the ear. "I am Prince Leo, of th������  Kingdom of Ortaco. My lather until  recently was ruler over that country.  A abort tlm** ngo bt- wnn eXaln by t  neighboring monarch, and 1 detooile- {  of my Inheritance, so that what I carry  "BRAVELY SPOKEN, FR1NCB," MUKMURKU TIIE I'DINCKSB  with mn In all that I possess. For all  that, 1 talte courage to ask your hand,  for I fe������i it will not be long ere my  fftlfhftit  ������������*iM  *hi������  wiin  nirilri  n   Xtioif-  dom and a fortuno for me,"  "Bravely spoken, prince," murmured  th* princess.  "Now," said she to all the asiemblefl  suitor*, "for one year l shalt test your  courage and fidelity, a year and a dsy  and r shall expect to ana you all here  again. He who then can tell of the  most glorious deeds accomplished during the year will be chosen as tht* prime  of my kingdom, f l that day aee that  eaeb mrenrn faithfully tti* rlbben wWh  M pi*** in his keeping as a When of his  servlco to mo."  Every suitor pinned the gage of ttm  ���������princess to his breast, Then one and all  departed.  wtrsntr* to mr, wben thr? had rone,  'twas of the shabby princn mm tut-  princes* thought and 'twat for hlm  ���������he sighed softly, to henwlf.  Just a year and a day from the timo  the princes* sent her suitors forth a  vast cavalcade entered the oity. Bome  of the suitors, it Is true, had lost heart  easily and did not seek to redeem their  vow*, but most of the aspirants returned, lsden with spoils,  One had slain a mighty dragon; an*  other had killed twelw mm *ln������*l*������-  handed in battle; another had eonquer-  ed a wild, unknown country, bringing  back with hlm a company of slaves;  still nnothor had captured n unicorn;  and so on.  Tbere, Incked but one. bonr for th������  trumpet tu blow, closing Hit* gains, una,  still the shabby prince did nut appear,*  The princess found herself looking for'  him, and when she could not ae������ him  she grew uneasy, she knew not why.  Just then thero came through tho  courtyard the largest horse in all the  world,������ bearing upon his back th<*  bodies of the seven greatest dragon*.  Upon the*-* Mood a tiny page.  Vnhen bidden to apeak, the little page  "1 am sent by my ma*ter. thi������ lYIne*  Leo,   He command* ma to say that he  will be here before a quarter hour hasv  passed."  To bear out   the   page's  word* tfitrv.  prince arrived, leading captive so large ,  and mighty n glnnt that the room couldl  scarce hold him. The court was astonished,  One by one tho suitors told of what  they had done. Truly, tlieir deed* had  been great and glorious enoiiifh to satisfy any princess,  Last of all, Prince Leo arouo,   Sadly ���������  he stood before tho princess, with bent,  head. *���������*-*���������������.  "Oh. most beautiful princess," ptoad*-,  cd he, "do not ook me to relate my, adventures, for It enn bn of no good.*  The princess exclnlmed In wonders I  "Why not? It npponrs thnt you have*'  raptured the most terrible glum, killed!  the seven Inrgest dragons, conquered the*,  grontest horso and, l hear, won threw  kingdoms and done other mighty deedaJ  Ccrtnlnly It seems to n��������� that you hnveV  done oven botter thnn theso nohJfii  pfmcei,  "That may be," mournfully replied ther  prlnrn, "but I return without thy go a* I*  The face nf tho princi'Ns pnlwf, "Pur*)  win* ypii dropped it in your enauumer������  with the glnnt; or maybe' wBum you (  sl^w thf> dragons; or, itgnln, w)i*tt youl  wrostled with Ihe twriM\,v*he nOggosted.'  The prlnes silently shook tils hond,        !'���������  More and morn |ii*rp|oxed grew the*  prliiffHS. j  "Well," snld the prince, "since youd  press m������- I Hhnll toll how I chanced tot  los������ it. I was entering the city but am  hour sgo, wln*n I miw by i|i������ gate <v  littlo girl crying ns though her henrt,  would brenk. Tuklim her in my arm**  I found thnt your precious token wan'  the only thing thm would comfort her.  T stnrted to ride nwny when there wns.  ,-.r,   rv. ������������������*     'trr,'-   '      '���������>.-,     t    I   ii ..   v.,i ,_.  erl-������d ho thnt, princess"���������two !>��������������� vnloiii���������������  *i;������W?   a   n^tit    iUiit    i,i*.,A   All*    n*-ttft  bled     for    her  nnd  1   juivn    ntr-thoi  ������������(ie,"  IM-Jertfdly he turned nnd wnlkfd awnyi  "Stay!'' cried the princess,, Iter- ey������a������  sparkling and ebe<>Hw flushing., a  rony  red; "there nwrnn to be moi'.i inorlt In,  lint.   KIM lH.vil   *,ll.lt>  ,tu>   ft   jrllUI UlUcil^r...  and, prince, I think vou nro my chotttw* -  she added, with the huiiplext IIUI* snt).  Yes, nnd not one nf the wine covifj-J  selnrs but Applauded the choice, Her*  was a man ns well nn a king-one who.  would care for and readily protect hlr,.  pw>p|������, ,  So   Prince   Leo   was   crowned   amf#  ^ great   rejoicing.    I  wlt-h   i oould   say  Mhey lived happy *ver nfter, but th������  fact Is t really never heard any mores,  about them.   Just the ������i������inc, I m sur������i  they dM. Doa't you think an, tool        j f  THS NEWS, CmiJJSE  l-iuttSJl  MT)-  ���������nTi-rr'Y".*  -.J.-.V-i-   J.   Xm.lJL  or.xj:*imA.  LARGE  ASSORTMENT  OF  PATTERN  AND  MILLINERY   HATS]  AT    COST  Miss Nash.  Messss A. Home arid R Ab-  ranis left very quietly ior Vancouver about a week ago. After  they hacl gone the boys ai the  wharf held a consultation as to  tlie most appropriate way of greet  in^r them oirtheir return.  On Sainrda- evenin:  o Al,  o'clock,,the fire biigudj had a  quick call and lost no time iu  reaching the scene of the fierce  little conflagration. A lamp hacl  been upset in Mr. Peacey'.s stable  and was soon beyond hi--* control.  The brigade soon mad" small  work of it when they got busy.  The seven Japs housed in the  provincial jail escaped last Wednesday for parts unknown���������at  least for pans unknown to the  police. Constable Thomsou had  busim's. H Union Bay and during his absence some friend*  uj ibtj.i.j- v.i.muc. in oue oi ihe  windows aud unbolted the cell  door and the little brown boys  were five,  It was the intention to have the  captaiu of the \Vangai\l land the  Japs iu Victoria, and their i fiends  were willing if the immigration  officer permitted the landing to  pay the captain's and other expenses iu connection therewith.  O i    ���������.  v Mr. D. P. Crawford of Orange  County, California, on his return  trip from NoVa Scotia where had  been on a trip to his old home  called around to see his brother  Byron Crawford of Courtenay. It  was his first visit to this district  this district and he thinks it com  pares favorbiy with his home in  the South.  usxnaa^a.rua:iro���������rt*mimtimAM  ft Great Opportunity.  Geology.  '      ' ", . '���������' '    '    -33WW  ���������  There will be fun at the Comox  exhibition. The famous Deuman  Island team has accepted the one  htmdren challenge ot the Courtenay tug-of-war team Both sides  are confident of winning.   $>������*2>$*<j^-V^-^<*v^  Campbell's  TUJWOVERS, TARTS, %  CHEESE CAKES, f  <g FRUIT SQUARES %  X 2**ctB........��������� per doz.   %  CREAM PUFFS,... .80c doz.  MEAT PIES  Every Saturday    ������  3 for 25c  ���������wow ttetmi***  BAKERY  ���������%9)������-M*$>������WW&^^  BULBS  From  France,   Holland and  Japan.  seeds Trees  Planfcs  For Fall Flaming  Reliable varieties at reasonable  Prlcei.  gg0rH������������Mi utile that niy fruit tree* ire  not Krown Irom imported piece   root  grafu, but Arc budded on own growth of  ertlmtf, from bearing trees.  Fertiliser*, Bee Supplies, Spr ly  Pumps, Spraying Material, Out  Flower*, etc.  M.J.HENRY  ������r������cnliou������������������ and P. o* *%t*  UO VVMtmlMUx Kdwl,  Boring  pnd  Sinking  or 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 Cunliffe's h������ use,  Cumberland, B. 0.  Subjects dealt with will be;~  This comprises the various classes of rocks that compose (he crust of  ihe earth, especially those in which coal seams a-e enclosed antl adjac-  thereto, etc.  All modern nieibods adopted for boring, sinking, and proving coal  seams, including hand boring, percussive boring by machinery, boring  with a diamond drill, the nec.ssarv appliances.for such work with com  jMrisuns as to efficiency and.1 ost of each njethod.- Sinking through wai-'  ery stratta, and quick sand, thesecunng of shaft sides, their verticality  and lining, the sizes of shafts and their most suitable position in a coalfield, e c.  Comprising the plant necessary for a modern up-to date colliery where  a large ourput is off rst importance.   This subject embraces the steam  boiler, the injector, the steam engine, air compressing   pi int, and   the  Mechani- drainage of mines, pumps and pu nping appliances, the fitting up of shaf s  cal Engi'n-    ;,th' sVrfi*Ce antJ underground, ropes, conductors,,and cleaning arrange-  eering-.    ,nenls' baulage.tbe different systems and comparat v-> economy ol each,  various examples as to the sizes of engines, number of boilers, and  all  requisite machinery suitable for an extensive modem mine will be worked out and explained in full derail.  Chemistry    ^aIlons Atomic'Theory, the atomic weights of the several  elements, .  .-1 their manner of combination and ihe changes that take place by combin- J  relating to at,OI1) the difference between simple and compound gases, etc.  Their nature, composition, chemical symbols, specific gravity and how  Ascertained, the law of diffusion, how affected by temperatures and press  The Gases  met with in  ures, and the manner they affect human or animal life.  Coal Mines.    The different methods adopted, the furnace, the waterfall, the steani-  -   * jet,'and the far (including the several kinds ot fans and their reputep ef-  Ventilation ficiency) the barometer, thermometer anemometer and water-gauge, the  1 friction of air in mines, the effect of spliitin6 and!extentto wiich 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 lights. ���������     '���������  How to make and connect a surface and underground survey, plotting  and necessity of doing so regularly, the systems of keeping the field book  that the notes may be plotted at any future time. 1 he level, its adjust-''  ment and uses, the manner of keeping the levelling book and potting a  profile.  Their nature, composition, uses, and storage, comparisons of the effic-  . of.ea'ch'i kind, and the gases emitted by each after combustion.  .Any or all the above subjects will   be dealt-with   during the. session  'commencing on above date axd ending about the end of May 1908, not  necessarily,in the above order, but will be; varied to suit' the requirements of the students.   For further particulars applp to  Cumberland, 13. C. Sept 4th, '07. JOHN CUNL1FFE.M.E  Levelling.  *- .    ��������� ���������   t  Explosives.  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Il conlalni ��������� wwlth of tadiag Action, oditoriili for men ������nd  wenwn, tbla tixkh* on lendlm luVktU. while iti ono down or mon  dtptnmnnfv under tptcUl tundiml batdint*, vt interallng ind l*lp*  ful 0 iho nxmbtriln ovnr homt ctak  Ow wlwrifaMn u������ *t.*d to ul������ idvmUs* ol 1M1  SPECIAL Omit NOW  aonataa ait, ordkm to our orrioc  r������ttit**������ttrt������a$*weet*4  ��������� ..>.,  I  Subscribe now aut\ have your subscripton date from now until the  end of next year, December 31 at, 1908.  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  A woman may cook a good roait, but that in her business,  A mnn muy fnj%y a good roast, but that'* his business,  We sell good roa&ts of beef, lamb, and mutton, that's our business.  Comox Co-operative Society,  F AITKEN.Manager.  >������������������������+���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Draft control���������perfect  raft control, that's one ������J  thing you'll likeabout  this range.   Speci-i  ally big fire door 3  has an extra draft |  slide at top.   In-1  side that slide I  there's a shield J  that carries the 1  draft DOWNf  under the fire f  ���������and up again. H  Burns  either wood or coal with  real economy, because the  There  ,    range that _  you so much kitchen  comfort for the money-  cook right and  t   help  but  BAKE  ght.   Won't   you  all   and    see   it?  draft "syste^ Ts""always Pf^f?ch certainty- ^ ^  under your control���������easy to \������$M !;���������������������������  handle as to set a clock BJR7?  ahead or back. Big copper- f ^^ r   '  lined   reservoir,   utilizing ^  heat other  ranges  waste, W8&.THE gurney foundry CO.,  gives an always ample suppl:r^^k Limited���������Toronto Montreal  of hot-water, ���������more economy^^^ HamUton       Winnipeg  and more convenience. You really ,(^^^v   Calgary     Vancouver  ought to see this range,���������it's  so handy in every detail.  j\fmmmjmLWLmmWM8������mm  ;or Sale by Magnet Cash Store, Sole Retail Agents.  !      THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  Cai.-ital. ^3,9-0,0(10  Kkskhvic, $l,!jn(),(XX)  Asskts,   S45,4()0,()00  DEP...BIT8, ������S2,*100,000  Tlie.Manager of the Royal Bank of Canada  will lie pleased to serve those  wbo   believe   in  Saving   . ZVloney  and placing it where it will earn Interest. 6  Interest Added Four Times a Year in Savings Bank.  A B. 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Well! hy no OIoi'Ich to yay, low rent/, oto., knowing  where to huy uu<J paying Cuah for nvmo, STERLING SILVER, ISILVKU  PLATE CUT GLASS, LEATHER UO0DS, DIAMOND GOODS, etc., oto.  , tito Jeweler,       ������  tmmtfr*r*m\\tnm-4  To make fortunes  of the future you must  put   something   into  the present  JUST OUT  SLWmWsmm  Gold-Coppers Pay  Big   Dividends     all  over British   Columbia  The BEITISH COLUMBIA ILLUSTRATED.  Containing ovfir TOO VimvN iiKovei-ything,   Post pntd 2Go,, Htampe  HICtlKHT I'liOVINCIS INTI1I'! IHUTIHH KM1MKB,  ^_���������___ _���������_���������_. ^{J^^Vg^^n-'���������^  Splendid  Opportunity to Invuwt.  Tlie riolioBt mon in Uio world iiro iiivostlnff In U. t). Ooppor-Ookl nml Silvor Mines  Why unu't you lx</?hi jkmv?   Tho frrwlewt Onld-Oopper DlHtwivory of tlm  A������e Ih in liritish Ooluinbfn.  M fOUE CONSOLIDATED SOLD MIKES, ltd  Capital  -   - "$626,000.  Every Dollar Suhaci'llnul used in Development of Mines  Bi'KCiAr, OvvKii, 3()c. por Shark.  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Tlii* CrMr.KRLAND XI'AVS, Cl'Mr.KRI.ANI). H  C.     SK1TKNM K;\
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LAND AGT.
Form of Notice
Rupert Land District.
TAKK NOTICK that Robert Winslow
Dering of Camas Valley, Shite of Oregon
United States of America. Timber Cruiser, intends to iipp y for n Special timber
licence over the following described lauds
Hituated in Rupert District, Vancouver
Islaud, viz:
No. I.   Commencing at a [Hist planted
40 ohaius west of tbe Soutli West comer of lot 305 Sayward Distiicfc and about
Ud chains nortb of nu unkuouu C eek
marked N. E.  Corner   R. W. D. thenee
South 80 cbains tbenee West 80 chains
thence Nortb 80 chaius thence East 80
chaius to place of commencement and
containing 640 acres more or less.
Staked August 3lst, 1907.
No. 2.   Commencing at a post planted
ab mt 40 chiins West of tbe S .nth West
corner of lot No. 805 Sayward Distiiot
and about 30 cbains North from an  unknown Creek and marked S. E. Cor. 11,
W. D. tbenoe  North 80 chains theuce
West 80 chains thenc- South 8C chains
theuce East 80 cbains to pl.ee of commencement and   containiug 040  acres
more or less.
Staked August 3lst, 1907.
No. 3. "Commencing at a popt planted
-about-120-cbain84V-est-of-the-South-we8tr
corner of lot No. 305   Sayward District
and about40cbains Noith of an unknown
Creek the post being marked Nortb East
Cornertheuce South 80 chains West 80
Nortb 80 ohains Emit 80 chains to the
place of c< mmencemeut containing 640
aores more or less-
Staked 3lst day of August, 1907.
No. 4.   Commencing at a post planted about 120 ohfiins west of the South
West corner of lot 305 Sayward District
aud about 40 obains North of an unknown Creek theuce 80 chains North
tbenoe 80 chnins West tbenc*n 80 ohains
Houth thence HO chains East to place of
oommeneement   containing   640   acres
more or leas.
Staked 3lst August, 1907.
No. S.   Commencing nt a post planted
about 120 chains west and nbout 80 chsinB
south of the 8 Wf st oorner of lot 805 Sn\ ���
ward Distriot nnd about 100 obahiB West
of )�� P08^ on surveyed hind nud West line
of Seotion 30 post being marked N. W.
oorner thence South 80 ohains East 80
ohaius North 80 clmin* Weat 80 chains to
place of commencement and containing
040 acres more or It����,
Staked Septen ber 2nd, 1907.
No, 6.   Commenoing nt n poat nbout
120 chains West nnd nbout 80 ohaius
South of tbu South West corner of lot
305 Sayward District nnd abc ut 100 chnins
Weat ot }ti post on Seotion 30 of surveyed laud and west line ot Section 80 post
being marked N. E. ooruer theuce South
M0 ohainn thonce weat 80 ohains tbenoe
North 80 olminB thenoe East 80 ohaius to
plaoe ot oommeneement oontaiuing 640
acres more or less.
Staked Soptember 2nd, 1907.
No. 7.  Commenoing nt a poat plauted
about 200 chnins West nnd 200 chains
South ot Soutli Weat corner ot lot 805
Sayward Distriot thenoo North 10 ohalna
thonce East 100 chaina tbonoe South 40
thenoe Wost 100 olinina to plnco of oom-
menoement containing 010 nores more or
less.
Staked September 3rd, 1007,
No, 8, Commencing nt a post planted
about 200 chaina Went and about 200
obalna South nt tbe Houth of the Soutli
Weat oornor ot lot 805 Bay ward Diatriot
Ihence 40 chairs south thenoe 100 ohains
oaat thenoe 40 chaina north thenco 100
chaina west to plaoe ot oomnienoment
containing 040 aorea more or leaa.
Htaked bepteiuber Ani, UOi.
No. 0, Commenoing at a poat planted
about 2oo obalna weat and about 160
obalna aoutb of tbe aoutb weat oorner of
'o'.flOSByward Diatriot tbenoe weat 40
obains theuue nortli 100 chaina thenoe
eaat 40 chaina tbenoe aoutb lOoolmins to
Sale of Lands for I npaid Delinquent Taxes in the Comox Assessment District,
Province of British Columbia.
I HI< REIiY CIVE NOTICK THAT on Fiiday, i rth of Oetobrr, 1907. ai the hour of eleven oVoe.k
forenoon, at the Court House, Cumberland. I'��ri:ish Columbia, I shall sell by public auction the lauds
hereinafter set out of the persons in said list hereinafter set our, for the deli nq mm taxes unpaid .by certain persons ou tlie 3.1st day of December, 1906. and for interest costs and expenses, ini-lucling ihe costs
of advertising said sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.
iASTAKOVE   MENTIONED
Namk or l*Kirnos Assrhukd
Bi-yd-u .lohu and Tapper Sb Charles H.
Steuh nne, A. M.
Rowan, John
Piercy, Johu Fred.
Jenkins J. K  Estate
Shout Dknokiftion or Proiv.r 1 v
���Section* .32 ind 72
4\ acres iu N . K. comer of Section liS
K ��t .'. ol Lot IHI
1
, "M.ii.'r.un
I !   i-HoO, f   XTKItKl- Tu .'     * ��'S'*
i   I'AXKS'! : A.Xl~H * .Vf K - t s*|.     ,.     ''"'
i ;��� ; K.xri:s-K.s
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Ih-.nrsfM'i'.vrTAU:*
i��M   XTK,
Pu *   t'tv
j till .(H) I
j 4*.4;. I
���-' 40 I
Nelaon   District.
I Lot '24, 1(50 acro-r I   4.80
I
Newcastle   District
J Section 5 M'J'JO j
I :m:> 1    * -.'.oo 1
7 i>2 ;        f no 1
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TOT.41,
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54 07
4..V2
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Wilson, John Eitate
Wilson. John R tat*
Murray, Alex.
Mura��y, A ��-x.
Wilitou, WalUr
S.nitli. Norman
Simpson, W.
MoArthur, J��mo3 A.
Lowe, D. B.
Burns, Gavin Hamilton
Mathewson, Itobt-rt
Mathewxon, Holhrt
'���.40 J
G III) I
41 oX !
4I.:>8 I
Billot. Geoffrey
Denman    Island
S. W. J and S \ of N. W   * of SeoT.ioi!   l':i
N. ), N. K I of 18 and S. W   | ot   Sec i m 22
Hornby      Island
10 acre* of N. 4   f S oti.iii I
10 acres of W   i of S^ct ou IS
Un.livid d -\ ol K. -\ of'.N. W. } S��c. 5 md 8
i ��.{ S. W.} ,.(s cio*. II
Undivid'd J, td R J of N. W  *\ of  S.c. ii ad
S. -JofS. W. }ui'8 oi.n  II
Group   I
I Lot I Ml 4.05 j
Sayward      District
j S. W. J of Section 20 Tp. Ill I    HP0 j
Cortes    Island
I W.i otN. B. i of Seotion 6 j    1.80 |
Rupert   District
N -\ of Seotion II, Tp. II .*I9R4 I
N. W. J of Section li), Tp. VI 12.M) |
S. W. i af Section 30, Tp. VI 8 48 |
Coast  District  Range   1
Lot 110 j 00.20 I
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0�� ! *_>.'!0 -
27 I o.Otl ���
,w
f.00
I \:.w; 2.00:
I 2.08 j >2M ������
\" .20j ��� "J.00 j
! .18 I 2.00 I
! .0!) i 2.00 I
I I M\ '.MN) I
1 .��4 I 2.00 I
I .42 I 2(M)|
I I'.llii j 2.00 I
:i an
7 117
S.H.'t
.*��.i.."��.s
4n tll��.
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,'i *\i
411. SI
\r> u
I0.1M
81 M
plnee of commencement anil continuing
OlOncaeH more or less,
Staked Seittouiber 8ul, I0(i0.
No. 10. Commencing at a poat planted about two hundred ohainH w*��t and
about 24(1 okains Houih of the Botith*w��Ht
oorner of lot 805 Ihnoe south 40 chainn
thenoe oaet 100 ohains thonce north 40
chains theuoe vest 160 ohnlns to plaoe of
commencement nud containing 040 nores
more or less.
Staked September 3rd, 1007.
No. 11. Coramonalnif nt n post planted about -20il ohains weet nnd nbout 1(10
obains south of the so nth west 00 nor of
lot 806 9ayward District thenoe went 40
ohnlns thenoe south Iflo thenoe east 4o
ohains thenoe north ldo ohains to plane of
commencement and containing 04o nore.-i
more or less.
Staked Seotembor 4th, 1007.
No. 12. Commencing at n post plant-
rd about 2oo chains west and about 80
ehainsnorth of the sontb west corner if
lot 80S Hay ward Distriot thenoe north So
ohains east 80 ohains south 80 obains west
80 ohains to plaoe of oommenoemeut containing Wo aores more or lern.
Htaked September 5ih, 1007.
Xu. U Counueooiiig al a pot��t pluuied
about 2oo ehains west aud about 80 obains
nortb of the south west oorner of lot 3<>6
Sayward Distriot tbenoe north 8 > ohains
we-t 80 ohnlns sontb 80 ohcins east Ao
chains to plaoe of oommeneement contain
ing 0*10 aores more or k-wi.
StakiHl Sep" wnlierB'h, 1007
Dated at Viotoria. II. C. SeplemberOth
mi,
UOLWII Wl.VHI.OW Dkkimi,
Cm iih ViiIiV.v,
Oregon, U. S, A.
Timber (.'itiiiier.
Land Aot.
Form of Notice.
Sayward and Kupurt Land
District.
TAKE NOTHVlthiu I,~ Holan.l Wins-
low Deriug, if Uamns Valley. State of Oregon, United Statt-Bdi Ainerioa, intend to
apply for a s|iecial timber licence over ihe
following (1 oho ri bed lands sitnn'ed in S r
ward nud Hupeit DiwtictH. Vnrieoiiver
Island, vi*;-
No, 1, Com neoeing at a post plnn red
mi Uio Miuiii antl ontiioi ut '.'A. dm .��/
nurd l>i*lnt*t liii't,i.o aoidli Ww cludim
weat 4o uhsius uortb If-o ohaius east 4o
ohains to place of beginting containing
(!4o sores more or less.
Htnltetl Sl^plembwr 5th. 1(107.
Dated at Victoria, B.t,.S��ptember,0th
1907.
lUil.Avn Winslow Uhbimi
Camas Valley,
Urfgim, V.S.A.
Hepl. ITlii.
Abni'ilwm, Wash., Sept, 1,1. ��� Th',',
hunting stMinori Is now in full Must,
and nvrvy clnv hunters come in from
the up-country with good kills uf
phcaxnm.11 and groui>e. Deer end
other liii'gn gnine nre coming In from
the hills, earl almost, every iluy they
are to he seen h tew miles from tint
oity.
equally.tht ��lff(,r have the hlllx �����
thia seotion nt least n ��nonth hit,*.'
snd their firtimmct at this time aij,-
nllioe an early spring.
Ust night thoso out Into wilncKs-
e<l *   very     at range     slulit.     I-'imib
jinidnlRht until daylight this morning
j there   wore about    eight flocks    of
jgocso in different    parts of the city,
f which, taken togetlier, would    mako
{a   flock of ut, least a   thousand. All
I night Jong they Hew nround the citv
liiiiif to light and honking continually.
Many of thom would circle nround
tho nro lights and attempt to lluht,
��� wi.'kin^    ll'.U   VUtUit   UilU   ilODKIIIg       tut
the more.
This Is tbo (Irst time In the history of the elf !'*'��� this action of
geese bas 1'oen \v'!'*e*wvl nnd all the
��ild hunters are ;<t a Ions to nmnitit
for it. ,;   ���������..- -y,"^  v^.f^v'^^l  THiCCrMUKRLANM) NKWS. CUMIll;.RI.AND. li  C.     SKITKUl-l-T, i~. <���������  LAND ACT.  Form of Notice  Rupert Land District.  -���������-  TAKK NOTICE tlmt Kobert Winslow  Dering ot Camus Valley, State of Oregon  .United Slates of America. Timber Cruiser,-intends tn app >��������� for a Speoial timber  licence over the following dettcrilnxl lauds  ait uated in Rupert District, Vnucourer  Idlnnd, viz:  No. I. Commencing at a i-ost planted  40 chains weat of the South Weat corner of lot 305 Sayward Distiict and about  &> chains nortli of an unkuowu C eek  marked N. ������. Corner R. W. D. theuce  South 80 chnins thence Weat 80 chains  thence North 80 chains thence Eaat 80  chains to plaoe of commenceiu-ut and  containing 640 acres more or less.  Staked August 31st, 1907.  No. 2. Commencing at a post planted  ab mt 40 ch) ins West of tbe S >uth West  corner of lot No. 803 Sny ward Dist i ioi  "and aW������t"80"cliain8TJorth" f roWHrm n"  known Creek and marked S. E. Cjr. K,  \V, D. thenoe Nortb 80 chains theuce  West 80 chains thenoe South 80 chains  thence East 80 chaina to ploe of commencement and containing G40 acres  more or If 84.  Staked August 31st, 1907.  No. 3. "Commenoing at a popt planted  about 120 ohains West of tbe South west  corner of lot No, 806 Sayward District  snd about 40 obains Noith of an uuknowu  Creek tbe post being marked North East  Cornertheuoe South 80 ohains Weat 80  Nortli 80 chains Eaat 80 ohains to tbe  place of a mniencemeut containing 640  noree more or leas-  Staked 3lBt day of August, 1907.  No. 4. Commencing nt a post planted about 120 ohriins weat of tbe South  West oorner of lot 005 Sayward District  aud about 40 obalna Nortb of au unknown Creek theuce 80 chains Nortb  thenoe 80 ohains West tbenw 80 obains  Houth theuoe K0 ohains Eaat to plaee of  commencement containing 640 acrts  more or less.  Staked 31st August, 1907.  No. fi.  Commencing at a post planted  about 120 ohains wost sod about 80 ohsins  aoutb of the S Wf st corner of lot 806 Ss> ���������  ward Distriot sod about 100 ohains West  ot )i post on surveyed land and West line  of Section 80 post being marked N. W.  oorner tbenoe South 80 ohnlns East 80  ohains North 80 otioioi Weit80 chain* to  plaoe of oommenoement and containing  040 sores more or hs������.  Stalled Septea ber Snd, 1907.  No. 0. Commenoing at n post about  120 obains West and about 80 ohains  South of ths South West ooruer of lot  306 Sayward Distriot and six Ut 100 chains  West of M Pott0B 8wtion IH) 0( ,u ftey'  ed land and west line ot fleotlon 80 post  being marked N. E. ooruer tba&oo South  80 ohalna tbenoe west 80 ohalna thenoe  North 80 ohains tbenoe East 80 ohalna to  plaoe ot oommenoement oontaiuing 040  acres more or leas.  Staked September ttod, 1907.  Na 7. Commencing at a poat planted  tbout 909 ohains Wset and 900 ohsins  Sontb of Bouth West oorner of lot 80&  Sayward Diatrlot tbenoe Nortb 40 ohalna  thenoe Eaat 180 ohalna tbenoa Sontb 40  thenee Wost 100 ohsins to plsee of oommenoement containing 610 sores more or  MeMfti b*i*lWue������ 3ivL 1007.  4Vu. 8. C������������a)i������rfng at a post planted  about 800 ehalas West and about 900  chaioe South of the South ot the Booth  Weat corner ot lot SOB Sayward Distriot  tbenoa 10 obains south thenee 180 ebaina  eoatUMM**0 ebaine uuttU Um������mm W  ebaina weet to plaoe ot oomtnencmeot  containing 640 aores more or loos.  Staked September 8rd,l������7,  Na 9. Commeoeing at ��������� poet planted  about too ohains weet and about 180  obalna south of the south test oorner of  o*. a������ B^y werd Diatrie* tbenee wool 40  chMina tbenee nortb 100 cUalue lltencc  ***% 40 eboiae tbenoe eoatb Mo chain* to  Sale of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Comox Assessment District,  Province of British Columbia.  I HKREIJY GIVE NOTICE THAT on Friday, nth of October, 1907. ut the* hour ofvk'vcu oVoek  forenoon, at the Court House Cumberland. I>ri:ish Columbia, I shall sell bv public auction the lauds  hereinafter set out of the persons iu said list hereinafter set our, for the deliuqnt-ui taxes unpaid by ccr-  lain persons on the 31st day of December, 1906. and for interest costs and expenses, iui-ludiujj the cos is  of advertising said sale, if the total amount due is uot sooner paid.  LIST ABOVE   MENTIONED  Namk ok Pkimiok Aswkhskd  Bryd-u Johu and Tapper Sh Oi������rl������������ H.  Steah-������������������������-?, A. M.  Rowan, John  Piercy, John Fred.  Jenkin*, J. E Entate  Short DK.-K*������rmos or Paoridti'v  .*VctioD������ 32 ind 72  4J' aorea in N . K. corner of Section 08  E at .\ ol Lot 131  l)lXIS*)i:K\T Taxi*  \ m.������i.l*ai:y  -1    ....  IJtZnT,  NTKMCrT-.j     VMl*   ,j   ^0',������������������*',*  1'a.vkr Iasfh*.' aTk- i'.x.������i. : ���������   V"'    !.  l J ; Kxrr.sj.Kjii  Oil .00 I  4l.4.'> I  ���������2 4U I  Wilton, John K������ta������e  WiUon, John ft tat*  Murray, Alex.  Morai), Ae>.  WiUou, Wallir  Smith, Norman  Siaipaon, W.  MoArthur, J������mej A.  Lowe, D. B.  Burna, Gavin Hamilton  Mathewson, Bobi-rt  Mathewion, Kub.rt  Billot. Geoffrey  Nelson   District.  I Lot 24. 100 acre* |   4.80 1  Newcaetle   District  |Seetiou5 fl������ St������|  Denman   Island  H. W. J and 8 i of N. W J of S*c������io������i  13  N. i N. K i of 18 and 8. W   i ot Sou i >n '2-2  Hornby     Island  10 acre* of S. f f S otimi I 3.40  II) acre* nf \V  I. of S^ut ou 18 li III)  UmlWtd A ���������) ot K. i of.N. W. J S.o. 3 <nd 8  J..{S. W.J ������f a ohm II  Uuriivid ri 1 of V, t, of N. W  i ,d S:u. 0 ad  8, J of 8. W. }oiSoi������n 11  4 Group   I  |L<>t JU������I  Sayward     District  8. W. i of deution SO Tp. Ill !   H PO I  Cortes   Island  VV.lotN. B. t ������t Seotion 8 j   1.80 |  Rupert   District  N 4 of flection 11, Tp. II .WM!  N, W, I ef Seotion 1ft, Tp. VI I2.M) |  S, W. k ���������>- Motion 30, Tp. VI 8 48 |  Coast District Range  I  Lot lili ) 00.20 I  $ :-U.-������ 1 * -.'.no 1  7,0*J| ���������fuoj  .1*-'! . !J-.W|  .24 ! 2 UO i  #71 4.'.  54 07  4.52  7.04  0i>|        2 10 I     22.Iii  1.04 I  I T.i !  .03  OH  li.Oll I  27 I        2.00 j  2.00 j  41 M}  41..->8 |  4.031  1:1 do:  2,08 I  .SO I  .18 1  2.00 j  2.00 !  2.00 I  3.00  :\ i������'  :i.:hi  7 ������7  8.IKI  f������B..VI  4ft m.  II. HA  I       a 7S  .Oil)        2.00|      J������ Sll  1 ,m  .ot  ,421  2.00  a.00  SOO I  4:1.8:1  IS 44  lo.nii  I        19.011        2.001     81.82  a  plNoe of commencement snd ooutnlnlog  BtOsoses more or less.  8tnked8eptember8r<],10(iC.  No. 10. (Jommenoins At n pott plnnt-  ed sbout two buudrvd obalna wsst snd  sbout 240 ekslns south ot the south*wei*t  oorner ot lot W������ thnoe south 40 ehnlna  thonee enst 160 ohsins tbenoe north 40  ohsins tbenoe west 160 ohsins to plsoe of  oommeuoetoenl sod oontslnlug (HO aores  more or less.  Staked Beptember 8rd, W07.  No. 11, Commencing st a poat planted about 30() obains weet and about lCKi  ehains south of tbe sontb west eo ner of  lot 80S Sayward Distriut thenoe west 40  ohsins thenoe south Mo tbenoe east lo  ehains thenee nortb lOo ohsins to plane of  oommsnosment snd containing 64o aorea  more or leea.  liUUJ 3*i,UiaVcr ttb, 1WT  No 17, Commenelng at n poet plant-  ed about Soo obains west snd abont Ro  ehains north of the south west eornor tf  lot 806 8ay ward Distriot tbepoe north 80  ehains east 80 ohains sonth 80 ohalae wait  &������ tiUalu* te) ylei* vf gi.tuaieBCvir.mt eon  Utalnff Mo aorea BKire or leea.  HUked September 8ih, 1907,  No. B Oemmeooingst a post planted  sboutfcwehslniwsst and about 80ohains  oortho* tha south west eorner of lot loft  flsyward Watriet theeee north 8>ebslas  we*t 80 ohalna aoutb 80 ehsine eaet Ro  chains to pluoe of eommen<iem#r������t wnttsin  ing 840 aorea more or leas.  Staked Hep'ember 0>h, 10117  Dated HtViotorlH. It. 0. ^epIeinberOlh  IIMT.  ItiiiAMi WixsLow Dkkikii.  ('. miw Viilley,  Oregon, U.H. A.  Timber Ciulser.  Land Aot.  Form ef Notice.  Sayward and Rupert Land  District,  TAKBNOTT(l������TbariTlloland Wlna-  low IVrlng, if Oamss Valley, HUte of Oregon, United Statrs of America, intend to  sppiy for a spools! timber Hoenee over the  following desoribed lands sitna'ed tn S ?  ward and Kupeit. Aiui,**ie, \ntimiuimt  Island, tin���������  No. 1, Comueocinf at a post plsnml  attbeaoath east eorner of b>t 8* ������ay*  ward Distriot thenoe south lflo obains  weet 4o chains north 16o ehains sast 4o  ehaine to plaee ot begiatiog oo*.uiuiuk  04oaoree more or leas.  Staked deptMRherMh, 1007.  Dated at Vletorls, R. V. Bepteeber.Oth  1807.  Kguvii Wiksm)W Dkhino  Camaa Valley.  Oregon, 1 .n..\.  ilept. nm.  Alieinloon, Wesh,, Hopt. 1.1. ��������� The  hunting senson Is now in full liliist,  snd amy dsv hunters oome In from  the up-country with good kills ot  phessnnts ami grouse. Deer awl  olhsi* large gniiis ara coming In from  the hills, end almost every day they  ere to he seen a la* milea from the  oity.  Usually the dwr leave the hills 'u  this seotion at least a month later  and their preaoru*e ������t thla time ei^-  nlflao en early spring,  Last night those out lute witness*  ed a very ������tr������nge sight. From  midnight until daylight thia morning  there wore about eight flnebs of  Jiccat 1��������� tll.Ti),.,.', |,UiU ui iim ������.Uj,  whlsb, t*.*Ht toji.ili-u, mould mnkn  a (took of at lenst a thousand. All  night long they dew around tho city  trylntr to,light end honking continually.  Many of them would circle around  the aro lights and attempt to light,  striking the wires and honking all  the more.  Hits Is the 8rst time In the history of the citv iw this action of  geese has l*een w't-eased end all tho  old hunters aro at it loss tn account  for ll.

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