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 S   J-9  VlSl ,���������,**"  ./p ��������� '  i  /..   ^ 'f-'/*j-Z&L ,*���������*  ,>' - /   *r-m***m**l* A���������- ,     . . ���������#  .,  1-tS*   *-   k. ���������:    **i35-_i:,' ������.-������-f**- Trrrn'mrfify-  #    A^'ySr .^/;  ���������������     &  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox  The News, Seventeenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C,    TUESDAY,     SEPT, io,     1907.  C  ������(���������XsXsXsXsXj^^  At The BIG  Shooting  FflhLi  Jieui $ain Coats, etc.  See Our Window For styles and prices.  SIMON LEISER & CO.,   11 M I T E D   t ��������� CUMBERLAND,   B. 0.  ������������������(5)������������������������(S5������^^  ������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������^^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a;>������mai������Hiii������*������#������*<i������������������  CDacjnet    Cash   Stptfe.  *..** at.  FOR..  OXFORD SISSL  PLATE  STOVES  and)  OiOOD   and  CCAL   A1H TIGHT JHHRTHRS.  X ���������   -Ami a   WJTX.1. JL*������  Dunsmuir Avenue,  CUMBERLAND, B.C.  ��������� ���������������������������������������������������  ���������*^?#*-#*?*?*?#*4>#^*i**#*##^**#^-##^-y#*^#**#-#-*##  hen a  oman  *        *     . ������������������ ���������     ���������,,.���������. . 1+   ,   . . / ���������,  a convert to the ad-read-  ing habit, her ward-robe  her home, her finances,  willall 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  aaaaataaaaaaaaaaaa  A Hot Vancouver.  Vancouver, Sept(#���������Tho Asiatic League had a meeting this evening. Parade wa! organized at  Cam hie street groitntfB and march  ed a thouBimd or more strong to  the city hall where Lieut-Gov.  Dunsmuir was burned in effigy.  They carried white banners label  led for white Canada..   Several res  olutions were broughjjjn aud finally an  amendment was oarriecLasking McBride  to report at next 'n&jbfe on Thursday  "While meetingivfwf!jn .progress tbe  Chinese and Japanese quarters were raid  ed where windows werU', smashed. Fire  brigade was called out to keep mob baok  Crowds gathered atfiorperot Hastings  aud Carroll streets -liu|;'Vas kept from  Chinatown by crowds vo������policemen, The  Japs come out armed'^uftd shouting "Ban  zai" attacked the crowd;', The police fired to inthmdate,       '���������������  Vancouver. 9���������The Japanese quartere  was armed oampaign-ab'Sunday .night.  An extra editi n ot *the| Japanese paper  oame out early in the ��������� day announcing  that police were unable, tp afford protection to life and property, and that the Japs'  themselves muat bS prepared,to repel the  attach, The mob found 5,blooks of Pow  ell street patrolled .by" Japs prepared and  armed without tsar. Lined jup along the  street the Mikado's men had- clubs,', revolvers or long knives in their hands. It  put fear" into the hearts of the mob and  none of Saturday night's scenes were repeated. Japanese were prepared for battle if a single window were broken. They'  were incensed that one Japanese injured.  l-Saturday���������nighthad4iedar^������thatii__ge_Q^_  ond; had- bpen murdered; but the police  were unable, to find any confirmation of  thisi ,   - "    -    f    -]'\ ���������'-:'"���������  Hishi saya that 56 Wind^w^Were brok-'  ,;en on.Powellstr^s*J;lone, ?������&s^B''p_-'4am-:  .ages "will tfe ''jpte'pared iraioediately and  -presented to tho city for pay meut. He  regards tlie present inaident muoh more  importnat thav that of tfan Francisco  whore but little damage was done.'  Vanoouver, 8���������For five hours last  night'the' oity was a roit town ruled by a'  "mob. Sovon men were placed under "arrest and a dozen "persons stabbad or brus  ed in and sudjucts for the hospital. The  scenes'wore the wildest ever witnessed in  Western' Canada.  ' VanoouvHr, Sept 0-The latest in the  situat'On is.tliat all the Chinese doraest-  ioa and mill employees in Vancouver quit  work this morning and announced their  intention of staying in Chinatown until  the roit trouble it over. Chinese boyB who  Bleep lu thehj" employees houses werti noticed by telephone that they must leave  immediately or they would ba killed. A  great many instnncos of tlii < throat boiug  mado are given. Whon tha hardware  stores opened this morn ug Chinamen  BWfirmed the aidowrilk and orowded the  stores immediately. Hundreds of revol- ,  vertrwtire sold in iv fow ininn tea and the  Chinese pti-ijok fo/Chiiiut wty., Anhoi^r  later tlie police notiN<*4 thi,*������tow to stop  sellingguus till the trouble* waa over.  How He Got 'em.  , Qajuu etwon KtnrivH aro,so many  and no florcte l\um dav������ tlmt tho  present riot ������j^ll.i������ likely.tn cpn7  tinn-ufoi'mimij tim-v 'The fillovv:  ing ia worth riMiitMiilionnr;. Last  week one chap kilh'd three birds iu  one phot nml tbpn hmunning weary  Bat down on the bunk of the river  to rest. J!������ .HWffuh. Pinsxl^l look,  paflsed over his fmu*', not" knowing  much about Ily lishinii lio buran to  j>1nn ho^������ \\t* \\\\t*h\ anrnri*'i' \\\t*  otlior chapu on tlieir rotuin. Tho  upshot of it wan that he cut Uio  hoys', bacon Into long strips*, and  attached ouo on it liont pin ������t .tlio  and of A,������hort utriug. J{0 succood  ed so wellln chocking the Iiuh to  death that in a nbort timo he had  a UWl> duMMI t������i hIioW tll������   huyh  .OH.tV?������*fpti;rn, to  t*nvt** hnlf mi  hour later. *���������*������������������*  A Grand  The big Game Supper andGrand  Ball given hy tho Gun Club has  been enjoyed and by this time the  boys are enjoying three square  meals same as before "the great  event of the 6eason." Ask any of  those present if they had a good  time and tlieir faces will suddenly  lighten up and eventually beam  like a day in June. The answers  may be many and varied but all  show that the few happy hours  spent last Wednesday evening  would be well worth living over  again.  The boys had the hall decorated  with, evergreens, pictures of woodland scenery, deer heads, ducks and  .anything that betokened a hunters  ���������life during the shooting season. On'  .tlie .platform was a tent ail ready  for the return of the hunters.- The  whole presenting a most artistic  appearance. -       ,   .  The dance was a good one, with  excellent music, makiug everyone  feel it Was good to trip to 6ucli  magnificent time.  The supper at the Cumberland  was the great drawing card of the  evening, aiid well it might be for  the hostess, Mrs. Piket, in her well  Jcnown hospitable style, not resting upon the reputation already  established, had spared uo pains in  . preparing, the feast. A banquet  at the Cumberland is to beremem  bered and aglanc'eat the following  ���������bill"'of fare will possibly make  some of our readers wish they had  been there.  Menu.  Oyster ane Venison Farm's  Boiled Salmon and Egg Sauco  Clam Chowder.  The   Hunters.  There is usually a limit to mpit  things but there is apparently none*  to the stories told of the tiine the-  boys wont out toJ shoot g(jnn������" for  the grand supper.   The other ev-   ^  en ing at the Waverley one was tel  ling the boya how he had  killed  twenty birds in ten shots. He and  some others had gone out together  but he killed more than the others  put together.   Along strolled another.   "How many'.d you kill?"  a������ked a doubtful acquaintance.  "Fifteen birds," replied'the late  comer. 4'J nst twice as many as  him," pointing to tbe first comer.  Another of the party arrived.  ''Set 'em* up," he cheerfully ordered. "I'm buying now, I was  the only one in, the crowd got a  grouse.. He, pointing to the first  comer didn't shoot nothin' but his  dog, and he, pointing to second  party, got a woodpecker." Such  are the tales, but if , every hunter.  killed half of what he claimed there-  would be a close season for grouse  for the next ten years on Denman  Island.  Lobster and Shrimp Potato, Olives,  Pickled Walnuts and Celory  Grouse Pies, Venison Ciitlets,MiishroomB  Venison and Currant Jelly, Grouse and  Duck with Messing, Corn, Green  Peas, and Mashed Potatoes  Ico Cream, Jelly and Whipped Cream,  Blnokberriea and Cream, T>rtu, Cream,  Jelly, Assorted Cakes, Fruit, Nuts,  Nuts.   '   ."  Toa and Coffoo.  On Wednesday- and Thursday.  the 18th and 19th. the Coniox; exr  hibition will be held and if the energy of Secretary ;1M1 during, the ,  past few months will, count for any  -thing-the-fair���������will~,be���������a���������grand-  success. Cumberland people can  look for something extra judging  by what ^ye hear.  As to the ejports, the programme  will be out in thp <$pujj|e of a' few  days and it is expected tb be a good-  one. Cumberland boye arej hoping the committee will have baseball as they are anxious to get at  the Little Eiver team onee more.  FoTSaiei        r  The Coniox Co-operative Association are offering shares at  $10,00 each. Purchasers can-  secure any number ot Shares by  applying to Byron Crawford, Sec  retary at Courtenay, or to R. W.  Ward. Cumberland, B. C.  WANTED.  At .Campbell's Bakery,   .  Dprnsmuir. Avenue.  100 dozen Eggs  (strictly fresh j Every Week.  Caili on Delivery,  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������+���������+������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������+������������������+  ov$i some of these money-makers,   Se$4. i\$ youi* deposits,  o as prices will be raised October ist.  Some of the best buys  ;;to'behadiu the City.  Three Luts on Knights Koad, close to itreet-car line, only $1,900. a������Ky"  payments,  Lot on Parker Street near Lakewood nr|ve, Good location, high land  and dry.   Only $475, $115 Cash.   Balance to suit.  three Lots on nih avenue, Mt. Pleasant, close to car-line. Only $r,6oo  itnrx f'tth    T*������rm> enav  T,T\r** I ut on 7th avc, Fairvi^w. Rt*M jtomH Wiitinn $?.,t(xo. Half Cath  Term* easy.  Two Lots on nth avenue, behind City hospital, only $1,6$������. Half Cash  Lot wiih small house on 5th ave near Scott St., only f l*J7J.   Half C4sh.  Lot on 4th avenue, Granclview, $us. $400 Cash.. Balance arr(iti������ed.  Six roomed home on 7th avenue west. All modern improvements, only  53,700, $800 Cash, Balance $35 monthly.  New up-to-date 6-room house on mh avenue, east, ft Block from Westminster car-line, anly $3,800,   JCash, Balance to suit.  1 *  \ \ ilartney Real Estate Co.  jbUav''* Chambers,  615 Hastings'StiW. Vaneouvet.  *+*>  *;  '���������*-   A  .*.' '*"'... y    A     ��������� ��������� '**  ' * *J  !    A     "/.'    : 'ii   ���������"*}���������   i ,*rt.f  4+.-: v-.4i*U.l.'r   % THE  NEWS.   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  BARREL of THE  By   IRVIN G  BACH ELL E IL*  Aether nt "Eh������ le&ieirV "9h ������ad l" Eta.  HMO,     BT     lOTriaO**     PUBISSHING     COMPANY  J  TRAVELING  IN EUROPE  (Continued)  CHAPTER XXXIV.  ID y.e hear the cock crow? By  the beard of my father, I'd  forgotten you and myself and  everything but the story. It's  near morning, and I've a weary tongue.  Another log and one more pipe. Then,  air, I'll let you go.   I'm near the end.  "Let me see. It's a winter day ln  New York city after four years. The  streets are crowded. Here are men  and women, but 1 aee only tbe horses.  You know, sir, bow I love them. Well,  here ia a big stable. A tall man has  halted by its open door and,addressed  the manager.  '"I learn that you have a bay mare  with starred face and a w^hitev stocking.' It is Trove wto speaks.  " 'Yes. There>8he Js coming yonder.'  "The mare is a rack of bones; limping, weary, sore. But see her foot lift!  You can't kill the pride of the Barbary.  She falters. Her driver laehes her over  the head. Trove to running toward her.  He climbs a front wheel, and down  comes the driver. In a minute Trove  has her by tbe bit He calls her by  nnme���������Phyllis! "The slim ears begin to  move. She nickers. God, Bir, Bbe is  trying to see him. One eye is bleeding,  tbe other blind. His arms go round her  neck, sir, and be hide* bis face in her  mane. That mare you ride���������she is the  granddaughter of Phyllis. I'd as soon  think of selling nay wife. Really, sir,  Darrel was right God '11 mind the look  of your horses."  So spake an old man sitting in the  firelight  ��������� "Trove went, home with the mare/'  he continued; "She recovered the sight  of one eye and bad a box stall and the  -brdok"pasture^ou"knoi^^  the beech grove. He got home the day  before Christmas. Polly met bim at  the depot a charming lady, sir, and a  child of three was with ber, a little  girl, dark .eyes and flaxen curly hair.  You remember Beryl? Eyes like her  ���������mother's.'" '������������������;*"������������������'���������'"  '' ",������������������'  !!I;wiis there eit the depot that day<  Well, it looked as if they were still in  their honeymoon.  " 'Dear little wife!' said Trove as he  kissed Polly. Then he took the child in  his arms, and I went to dinner with  them. They lived half a mile or so out  of Hillsborough.  "'Hello!' said Trove as we entered.  'Here's a merry Christmas!'  "Polly had triramedJthe house. There  against the wall was'.a .tapering'fir  tree, hung with tln������������*l and popcorn. All  around the room were green branches  of holly and hemlock.  " Tw glad yen found Phyllis,' said  khe.  ���������' 'Poor Phyllis !��������� be answered. 'They  broke her down with hard work and  Bold her.   She'll be here tomorrow.'  " 'You saw Darrel on the way?'  " 'Yes, and he la the same miracle ot  hnpplness. I think be will soon bo free.  Leblanc Is there In prison, convicted of  ti crime In Whitehall. As I expected,  thore Is a red mark ou the back of his  left hand. Day after tomorrow we go  again to Dannemora. Sweetheart, I  hurried home to see you.'  "Night came, dark and stormy, wltb  tapw in the west wind, Thoy were sit-  ling.there by tbt Christmas tree, all  "Wight with candles-Polly, Trove and  the little ebttd? thoy wene talking of  old tlwas. Tbey board a rap At the  door. Trove flung It open. He spoke a  wprd of surprise, Tbore was the old  Bant* Claus of Cedar bill: upon my  word, sir, ths very one. He ontored,  shaking tats great coat, his beard full  of snow. Bo let down his sack thare  ny the llghtod tree. Be be&onod \*  tbe little one.  " 'Co and soe him, lt ls old Santa  Claus/ said roily, bor voice trembling  ���������s sbe led the child.  "Then quickly tho took the baud of  her husband.  " 'Ue Is your father/ she whispered.  "A moment they stood with hearts  full looking at Santa Claus and the  child, ibat little one bnd ber arms  alwut a kucti m**\, dumb wiui giviil  wonder, gawd uj> at llm. There Vu* a  timid appeal in lier sweet face.  "Tlie man did not move. He was looking down at the child. In a moment  she began to prattle and tug at hl'nt  lliey now hi* Aueee bond a bit Ah,  sir, it seemed ae If the baby were pulK  Ing him down. Be gently pushed thc  child away. They beard a little cry, a  kind of a walling 'Ob-o-o/ like Umt you  hear In the chimney, Then, sir, dowa  he went In hi* tracks, a quivering little  heap, aad lay there at the foet of the  troe, Polly and Trove were bendlag  over him. Cap aod wig had fallen  from bis head. Bt was aa old man.  " 'Father!* Trovo whispered, touching  tbt long white hair. "Oh, my father,  ���������peak to me! Let me-let me aee yout  ttee,*  "Ciowiy���������slowly the old man rose,  Trove helping him. and put on his cap.  Then, sir, he took a step back and  stood straight as a king. He waved  them away with his hand.  ",'Nay, boy. remember/ he whispered. 'Ye were to let him pass/.And  then he started for the door. ������������������.;���������*" "  "Trove went before him and stood  against It. *      '  "'Hear me, boy; 'tis better that ye  let him sleep until the trumpet calls  au' ye both stand with all the quick an'  the dead/ ,,  '"No, I have watted long, and I love  ���������I love him/ Trove answered.  "Those fair young people knejt beside the old man, clinging to his hands.  "The good saint was crying.  "'I came not here to bring shame/  said he presently.  '"We honor and with all our souls  we love you,'*Trove answered.  "'Who shall stand before it? said  the old man. 'Behold���������behold bow love  hath raised the dead!' He flung off his  cap and beard.  "'If ye will bave it so, know.ye that  I, Roderick Darrel, am thy father/"  ''���������*(,.���������       *       *       ���������       ���������       ���������  "Now, sir, you may go. I wish ye  merry Christmas!" said tbat old man  ofUiehllls.  But the other tarried, thoughtfully  puffing his pipe.  "Arid the father waa not dead?"  "'Twaa only the living death," said  the old man, now lighting a lantern.  "You know that, grave in a poem of  Sidney Trove:  "It has neither sod nor stone;  It has neither dust nor bone.  He planned to be as one dead to the  world.".    ���������'"-'..". : .'"....���������'  ^,?,i**������lS^  What It Mean* to Ride Second Claae en  the Railroads.  A delusion of the guidebooks is the  advice to ride second class on the railroads of Europe!;/- It is of ten. pointed  out that first class and second class are  frequently but divisions of the same  car, and this makes a great impression  on the inexperienced traveler, particularly if hia purse is limited. Landing  at Plymouth. Southampton, Havre,  Cherbourg. Liverpool, you are at once  conveyed to London or Paris on "steamer trains." under the same excellent  conditions that have prevailed on your  trip, but thereafter you are at your  own resources, and if you are wise you  will not only travel first class, but you  will see to it that your seat is alwaya  engaged well ahead, lf you travel aeeond class between ������������ltles that correspond to New York and Philadelphia,  say where intercourse is frequent and  numerous, you will most likely have  to stand up in .all second class compartments. To get* a second class neat  betwe������n Vienna and Budapest, for example, is about.like boarding a train  for Coney Islaud at Brooklyn bridge on  a summer Sunday afternoon, and If  you do get a seat somebody else sandwiches and sausages on your lap.  Another point to be remembered ls  that in Europe you cannot engage a  whole sleeping compartment for yourself, as you can here. You have to  show a ticket for each berth. Therefore It behooves the person traveling  alone nt night to seek ont before arranging the trip some suitable companion or for parties of three or Ave or  any odd "number to make similar pro-;  visions.  ...���������,"���������*'��������� i<"*'-..'-A   ''"'    ���������*'���������������'-.  A BATTLE FOR A HAL  "Oh, my father, speak to tne/"  "Aud the other mau of mystery, Vho  wns.he?"  "Some child of misfortune. He was  befriended by the tinker and did er-  rauda for him.' ,     ; ,  "Ho took tho money'to T'rWw that  night the latter slept in tbe woffllsr  "And, for Darrol, returned to Thompson bis owu with usury. Thompson  wus the chief creditor,"  "With usury?"  "Yes. Por yonrs It lay undor the bed  of Parrel By and by be put the money In a savings bauk. all but a few dollars,"  "And why did be wait eo long before  returning It?"  "Ho trlod to be rid of tbe money, but  wo* unable to find Thompson, And  Trove, be lived to repay every creditor,  Ah, sir, ho was a mau of a thousand."  "Tlmt atory of barrel's In the little  ibop-I soo-lt was fact lu a setting ot  fiction,"  "That's all It protended to be," said  ths old mun of the bills, , .....  "Oue more query," said the other.  Ho wns now mouutod. "I know Darrel  wont tu prison for tho sake of the boy,  but did some oue set him free?"  "His owa character. Leblanc came  to love blm, like tho other prisoners,  sail, sir, he ooufessed. 1 declare, It's  daylight uow, and hen) i em with the  iauterol Gooduy, and merry Christ-  mas!"  ���������nil ������wp.  Music Without Sound.  The fundamental evil In music Is the  necessity of reproduction of Its artls*  tic creations by performance Were It  as easy to learn to read music as  words tho sonatas of Beethoven would  lime tlie popularity Kifr-ths poems, of  Sohliler.-F. Ililler.  And How the Vic tar  In the Str*a������fto-  Lest the Trephyi  Verdi bad stepped from an incoming train in Genoa once at a time when  Marquis di Rudini. the Italian premier,  was in tbe station. The marquis pec-  agnized the musician and requested  the. ..station master to introduce Mm.  He greeted Verdi warmly, congratulated blm on his fine health and wished  him many more yeans of life.  After taking leave' of the premie*  ?*rdJ irent to the station buffet and oo  returning to his train. forgot; bis hat  This was an opportunity not to be Umt  by two admirers of the musician. Tbey  had been watching hlm long, and now  tbey simultaneously sprang for the  bat Both reached It at once, one  seizing one side of the brim' and the  otber the opposite. A lively combat  ensued; and the two swayed backwwnj  and forward in tbelr desire to retain  the treasure. The lady came off victorious. "Ah!" sbe cjxclaimed triumphantly. "Now I've got it, and I intend  to keep It!"   ',.."���������  Her surprise was only equaled bj  his dismay when a gentleman who  had been watching the conflict for  some timo stepped forward with the  remark, "But this ls my hatr A loud  laugh rang out from the onlookers, a  laugh lu which even the combatants-  were fnln to join. The hat changed  hands, and the lady changed col jt  wben a moment or two later ahe saw  the trap Into which sbe bnd fa Wo.  It was the hat of the great composer,  and the stranger had secured It by aa  unjustifiable ruse.  POINTED PARAGRAPHS.  Beautiful Harmony,  *( like to aee tilings banuouiso."  "Well, you ought to bo satisfied. Ton  bbve s rubber ueck and an elaatu mem  ���������ClpOfW,"  If you can smile wben your rival li  praised, you have tact  There Is always a demand for tho  man wbo does his host  As s rule, other people are tbe beet  judges ef your Ini porta uco.  Our oplnlous are like our visits���������more  appreciated when not forced upon people.  Drifting wltb tlie tide Is a alow way  to get anywhere; the tide flows both  ways.  The nggresslve man is neuHlly only  a polite way of roforrlng to your quar-  relsomo frkmd.  Don't air your family skeleton. People know enough about It when It la  kept locked In the closet  The most aggrnvoting kind of a  peraou to live tn tbe house wltb la one  who always has bl* festa way aod'yet  goes urouud with ao abused air,  Schopenhauer en Anonymity.  Anonymity Is tlie refuge for all; literal* nnd JuuiMitiielic ruacaiMy. it  la a practice which imiut he completely stopped. Every article, even In  a newspaper, should be accompanied  by tbe name ot Its author, and tbe editor should he mado strictly responsible  fur il** ������icwu(������ic> uf tiie aiguature. Tho  freedom of tbe pros* should be thus far  restricted, so thnt what a man publicly  proclaims through the far sounding  trumpet of the newspaper be should be  answerable for, lit auy rate wltb hie  honor. It he has any, snd, ff he has  none/JoMila na tno neutralise; ibe effect  ot his worda. Rascal, yooronmc! for'  a msn to wrap himself up and draw hie  hat over his face and then fall upon  people who aro walking about with***  any dlngolae-thls Is not the part of a  gentleman: It la tbo pert et a ooeoodrel  and a koarm,  KING AS PUBLIC SPEAKER.  Hi-, Majesty's Speeches Terse artd Forcible���������His Own Devising.  One or two recent speeches made by  King ^rhvard., notably on tbe occasion  of .his m.eeU%; the King of Sgam at  Cartagena; ife'ckUs" the fact tfrrft our  Sovereign is a particularly clear and  iorcible public speaker. It is not  generally known that he received his  first lessons in elocution when he was  quite a little boy from a Mr. George  Hartley, a well-known actor of tnat  day. Air. Bartley was engaged to  give readings at Buckingham Palace  front the "Antigone" and the "Oedipus" trilogy; his royal pupil certainly  profited by his instruction. Later on,  lie used, wi*h his brothers and sis-'*  tors, to give little theatrical performances, in whicii the future King always spoke his "lines" with grace and  distinction.  The King's First Speech.  King Edward's first public speech  was delivered when he was seventeen.  This was on the occasion'of his presenting new colors at Shorucliffe  Camp to the 100th (Prince of Wales's)  Royal Canadian Regiment, which had  done gallant service in the Crimean  War. It was a charming little address, in which the young Prince modestly alluded to his "youth and inexperience." An eye-witness records  that it was delivered in clear and distinct tones, with proper emphasis, and  without hesitation or timidity. But  even the mc-Rt practiced speaker is liable suddenly to lose the thread of his  arpnment and come to a dead stop.  This agonizing experience actually  ha-rv-WHl to King Edward at the Royal Academy banquet more than forty  years ago, b-H. with admirable pood  sense, be remained silent, thinking  hard until he had recovered the,  vthrnffJ. fiftA thenNP-'i.lmlv finished his5  speech. After he had sat down apain  be turned +o Sir Charles Eastlake. the  then president of the Royal Academy,  and told him he was quite provoked  with himself -. "I knew it quite by  heart this morning." he declared.  How Royal Speeches Are Devised.  It is sometimes, but erroneously, declared that royal    personages    have  their speeches written for them. Of  eourw  no   one   supposes    that    the  King's Speech in opening Pariiament  is His Majesty's own composition; it  is well understood to be the work of  his Ministers for the time beusg, and  in it the King's English, is    often  shamefully    maltreated!     But     the  ���������Mng88-s^cheswon~hon^litft������l"irff:"  casiona, such as charitable dinners,  laying of foundation-stones,  and receptions of addresses,, are unquestionably of his own devising. Of course,  he haa to be extremely careful in the  expression of his personal opinions.  Nevertheless, he has managed often  to make phrases  which  "stick,"  of  whioh, undoubtedly, the most notable  is his famous saying about the prevention of disease;  "II .preventable,  whvjpot'. prevented"? These five- simple words, so full' of "blunt common-,  sense, seized the.imagination of the  nation, and no ona can tell how widespread an effect they had in advanc-  iDf-tho cause of public health. In his  speeches at what may be called purely local functions, the King ia very  har>r������y. and in composing these he is,  of course, assisted by hia faithful sec-  retnT. Lord Knollys, who makes il  his business to' acquaint himself with  pV thn local susceptibilities, which are  often intensely keen. Lastly, it   may  be Baid that the King possesses one  dupreme virtue as a publio speaker������������������  he has nover been known to try the  patfi������nee of his audlfence, he is never  too lone,   It is an open secret that he  o\wr not himself like long sermona���������  twentv minutes he retrords as   the  maximum���������and he nould not endure  the lon? dlnr*��������� which were ous^om-  sry in the mid-Viotoria������ age. Nevertheless, he has a great appreciation of  renllv fine oratorv, and he used often,  when he was heir-apparent, to go to  the House ot Oommons and listen to  the gwvtvpoMtioal  PDjakers,    Gladstone, Disraeli, amd John Bright.  PRICE OF A LIFE.  -mi** Am  Witting Murderer* Plenty In the Slum*  of London.  I am told that a ten pound note will  boy a man's life in London���������tbat any  unsuspicious person can fall into the  Th&mes on������a dark;, jolgbt or break his>  neck going round a slippery dark cor.  ner or fall under a van If a little bit  of crisp paper changes hands, says a  London writer.  I know that a very distinguished  playwright, wishing to work out the*  plot of a melodrama, went Into a high  class den of thieves, made friends with  some of the leaders and unfolded to.  them as something he wished to put  Into execution the plan be had devised  for his villain's action.  He told his listeners that there was a  very important fiuuncier he wanted out  of the way for forty-eight hours while*  he played the very dickens on the Stock  Exchange with the stocks the financier  controlled. He suggested to his listeners that an attractive lady and a yacht  would be the simplest means of Insuring this object.  His hearers concurred. They knew  the very yacht for the purpose. A skipper and a crew could eaBily be produced, and concerning the lady thero  would be no difficulty whatever.  "Then, after the forty-eight hours. w������  will of course bring him back," said tbe*  dramatist brightly, thinking of hia  fourth act.  A cloud came over the faces of h\%  audience; "Well, guv'ner, of course, if  you wish it. but it would save,such a.  lot of questions being asked if he just  went quietly overboard," the spokesman suggested.  THE WHITE LADY.  THE LIGHTNING ROD.  Franklin's Theory Was Known Away  Back In Talmudle Tlmea.  In aa article ou "Current Topics lu  Ancient Literature" J. D. Eiaonstolo  ���������ays in tbe Sydney (Auatrnllai Stand*  aril:  "Tbe lightning rod waa Invented by  Benjamin Franklin lo 1752 to arrest  the electricity of the thunder, When  the Information of the discovery reach-  ad Babbl Saul Katsenelleubogea ot  WUaa, he aald that the theory waa oot  new. becauae it was already known in  Talmudle times, and be showed a passage In the Tosefta (third century)  where It says that 'on Sabbath it U  permitted to place an Iron near tho  hennery to safeguard the fowls from  ihiuuiw ami iigiuuiug ������trlkeW The  Talmud roucbtw tbat 'thwc In uothlug  ���������uperstltloua about tbls belief.' (Tosef.  Bhabb, chapter 0, end.)  "The system of telegraphy, lo a  erode manner, ts curiously described by  intxaA U Jmixtl* vJhi������>ai iu hia commentary to 'The System of Theology'  chapter, The Oate of the Cbarlof  (see page 818b. ed., Ferrara, IMS).  Chayst Is perhaps tbe flrst Hebrew  author who transliterates the term  ���������mspo*t.' ahd ho explains tbo physical  phenomena aa follows! 'If you brook  tho Magnet.Into.,ftp? parts and sop  arete them at any distance, even a  tbovaaud milea apart any movement  canoed by a Joining wifo to one part  will be repeated by the othor pari'  (nutted ateo lo Sbeiah. page *������. ed..  Amsterdam, lftlty."  Warning Death Phantom ef the Reigning House of Prweeia.  On the night before tbo battle of  Saalfield Prince Louis of Prussia and!:  his adjutant. Count Nostltz, were chatting in the Schloss Schwarsburg-Ru-  dolfstadt The prince wa������ anticipating victory when he suddenly turned  pale and rushed from the room, pursuing through the hall a shadowy-  white robed figure. The sentinel saw-  it also. ^  Next day Nostitz and the prince saw  the white lady on a hill wringing her  hWdfiff des^IrnTsn:lie"Gelman^nFeli:"J  back. A few minutes later I^ouis waa.  killed and Nostitz wounded. Nostita;  told the story to his son, and tbe son*  to Unser Fritz.  The white lady's .first appearance-  was when she was seen ln tlie palace?  at. Balreuth In 1480. She, appeared  eight or ten times W the -next'eentury.  When the French officers were quartered in Balreuth she frightened them,  in partlculhr'General d'Espagne, Who,  the day after he had geen her, pointed ..  to 'a portrait on the wall and cried:  ���������'It Is she! That means my death!''  He was killed soon afterward.  The superstitious Napoleon wouldn't  sleep In the castle, but the white kitty  went to see him elsewhere, Slid', whs't  seen before the death of the beautiful  Queen Louise, of Frederick WUUtufe  III., of Frederick William IV., of Unser Fritz himself and of many other  members of the  reigning house of  .'Prussia,-'  *;,. ,, _    *      ���������   n , ' ,���������:  Youthful Easayitfta.  In the Hull elementary schools a,  prlwj was offered .for the best essay ou  the evils of drink, nnd nearly 12.000 pupils competed. Extracts from their  compositions were given by Dr, Ecclew  In a lecture before the Society For tho*  Study of inebriety. Ho quoted the following gems: v  "Today many people are In Jail for  commlttlngsulclde while under the In-  flueoco of drlhk?'  "Alcohol has an effect upon a medical  man's conclusions,"  "Doctors say that fatal diseases aro  the worst"  "Doctors say that the increased death  rate shortens lives."  "Some people tliink that tbe abuse of  drink is right; somo take k as a modl-  elne."-London Tlt-Blts.  In the Walet  Bhe was examining bor now waist by  the aid of the big mirror. "Dear me,"  she exclaimed pettishly, "I can't see  anything pretty lu this!"  , "Well, I can," chuckled tho yonng  man who was sitting on the sofa.  "Really!, And what do you aee pretty in ltr  "Why, you."  And then sho blushed and said sho  thought the waist was just too lovoly  ior uuyUiiug.  '' * To Clean Kitchen Range.  When cleaning tbe kitchen range, If  tbe Iron work Is discolored by bent  brash well over with soap, them cover  tbkkiy with black loud aud ailow tluo  to dry before removing It Repeat tho  process onco or twice If necessary, If  ammonia is used with tbo blscklond, n  surface of very Intenao black will bo  obtained. To remove grease, rub with  a rag dipped In soot To get rid of  tarnish scour with a little vlpegar  while the stove is warm and then wlpo  woll with' a rag wotted-ln eoid,*wator.,  To remove vartilah stains from tbo  bands rah with a Uttlo methylated splr*  It, wipe on a rag and waah thorough*  ly la soapy water, If  THE  NEWS.  CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA,  fcJRI��������� ACID STONES  IN THE KIDNEYS  Caused Exomolatlng Pain���������Cart) Effected Six Yaars  Ago By  DR. CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  The *C)ne\Qualification''' ;  "Why   do   you   dislike him" so?"  asked Mrs. Galley.    "He's  a member of your club, isn't he?"  1    "Yes," replied Galleyj.^but he has  ho business to be."  "Why, what's the matter? Doesn't  he drink?"���������Catholic Standard and  Times. i  , The passing of stones or gravel, as  the uric acid formation is called,  from the kidneys through the ureters to the bladder, probably produces the most terrible pain that  human being was ever called upon  to bear.  Mrs. Walter Hornbrook, Cody's,  Queens county, N.ii., wrius:  "I was a great sufferer from kidney disease, which the doctor described as the uric acid stones passing from the kidneys to the bladder.  I heard of similar caBes being cured  by Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills  and ..sent for. some. Altogether I  used- seven boxes -and was completely  cured. That was" six years ago, and  I have never had a pain in my kidneys since. Wc are never without  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills in  the house."  Mr. Daniel Brown. English River,,  Ont., writes: "For three years I suffered with urinary troubles, partaking of the nature of stones in the  bladder, or gravel, and the pain  which I endured can scarcely be de-  An old gentleman,   rather   portly  and clad   in   a   somewhat youthful  scribed.    I  was  unable  to  do  any' suit of light grey flannel, sat on a  work,   and    frequently    discharged . bench in the park enjoying the spring  blood.   Though I spent hundreds of j day  "What's the matter, sonny?" he  asked a small urchin who lay on the  grass just across the walk and stared  intently. "Why don't you go and  play?"  "Don't wanter," the boy replied.  "But it is not natural," the old  gentleman insisted, "for a bov to be  dollars in doctors' bills I received no  relief, and at last decided that I  would never be able to work again.  "While in this condition I was advised to try Dr. Chase's KidneyrLiver  Pills, and though I had no faith in  them or in anything else, I decided  to give them a fair trial.   After using  one box I felt a decided change for j go quiet. Why don't you run about?"  the better, and after taking . five | "Oh, I'm just waitin'," the little  boxes I feel like a new man. I am fellow answered. "I'm just waitin'  entirely out of pain, and have no * till you get up. A man painted that  more   discharge   of   blood.    I   can i bench about fifteen minutes ago."���������  honestly recommend Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills to any fellow-sufferer,  and. will cheerfully ;verif y this state-  merit to anyone'writing me."  There could scarcely be a more severe test of any treatment for the  Kidneys, ���������* and when Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills prove successful in  such cases as this they can surely  be depended upon in less severe kid-  nev ailments. One pill a dose, ������5  cents a box, at all. dealers, or Ed-  manson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  Woman's Home Companion.  Gape Town���������A beautiful white diamond, weighing 73# karats,; has been  found On the Pniel diggings, near  Kimberley, by an American named  Lincoln, who sold, it for $5,000.  NERVOUS INDIGESTION  harmless,  beoaufte It Is tfcsalntoly pare.  ������������������>���������--- '���������   *'       --.���������:���������"���������*-,.. .^.vtvfjj^ ���������"���������.AW.:!--*.**    ���������������������������'.'.   "   >.-���������  . ...:i;,.'.'-:;9R������EN'.TtA.'*.;^''..:,.;;.;:-^ '  A Perfeot Luxury to Japan Tea Drlnkerc.  LMB MOKSTS ONLY.   40*90s mem Me Pop U. AT ALL QROOER*  V      ,  i .,       V1       ���������      ' ,���������"',;,  'l1"1 '",���������'..'���������'      ���������    ���������.   ' ' i  Saltman���������Kind of sad, isn't it, to  lose sight of the land of your birth?  Squeamish���������I wouldn't jnind that;  it's losing sight of everything you  have ever 'eaten since your birth  that's worrying me! ��������� Pittsburg  Leader, . \  "Brace up!   What ails you?" asked  the old hound.      ..' -.  "I just heard the master say he'd you some very nice deviled eggs,"    'says Mrs. Austin,  i through the mill,'     "Umph!   I presume if you were but   with  'We haven't   any    deviled crabs,  sir," said the waiter.    "I can offer  have to put me  replied the pup.  "Yes; he's going to train you for  the hunting field "  "Oh! Is-that it? I thought he  meant the sausage mill."���������Philadelphia Press.  $J0Q REWARP $100,  The readers ot thla payer will be pleaiedto I'M!*  that thore is at leart one dreaded disease that solenoe ���������  has beeu able to eure in all its stages, and that 1*  Catarrh.   Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive j  cure now kuo^n to the medical fraternity.  Catarrh |  being a constitutions! disease, reauires ������' constitutional treatment.   Ball's Catarrh Care is taken lo.  tern ally, acting dl*������otly on the blood and  udoods '  surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the fonnd-  ationot thedifiWKe, and glvlne tbo pitlentstreng*-h  A Severe Case Cured by Dr. Williams'  PinK PHI*  "I. suffered so' much from nervous  dyspepsia that I feared I would become insane," says "Mrs. Alfred Austin, ofTarriey,_,Ont.   "For months,"  ���������" ' "I Was prostrated  this  trouble."   I got  so bad  I  could  not eat  a mouthful   of   food  without it nearly choking me.   I was  affected* with  such   terrible  feelings  of dizziness anduiausea that I had to  lfeave the table sometimes with just  two or three mquthfuis of food for a  meal.,  My nervei were all unstrung  and I "grew so weak that I could not  even sweep the floor.   In   fact   my  . nerves'affected me,* to suchc- an extent  that I feared to be. lefV alone.    I  could not sleep a^nights, and used  George Eonald Lane, who has ie-  to lie awake till- T "feared my reason  cently been appointed by King Ed-  would leave nie. * I was; taking medi-  ward a page of honor, is still some -cine constantly, but it did not do me  out  of mock-turtle soup you'd suggest  some very nice mock oranges?" retorted the diner.  "Yes, sir," answered the waiter,  calmly. "At least I would suggest  that you give them a mock trial."���������  i ' ��������� ��������� '  Itch/ Mange, Prairie Scratches and  fevery form of contagious Itch on hu%  man or animals cured. in 30 minutes  by Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.  by bulldlnsvttbe constitution and rasl-Haft nature  In doing its wnrk, The proprt^ors h������'*e so muoh  faith in its oumtire power* thst tl'."' of*? One Huit  dred DoIIuvk for any ca-e that it fails to i-u>t  for list of te&tiTJBh al?.  Address: F. J. CHENEY & Uo.. Toledo. 0.  Bold by draegtat* "tie.  ���������^Tako.HttlI!s.ra������������ny,PIII������.for,ooustlpatloB.__���������  weeks off his. thirteenth birthday, and  is very much the boy.  , His new office, which is ornamental  and not too onerous, is a.much coveted appointment. The pages are always sent for in a royal carriage  when-theyv���������attend���������any-ceremonial?  His Preference���������"Do you favor any  particular school of music?" asked  the lady.  "Yes, indeed," replied the young  man who lives in a flat. "I favor  the pianissimo school."���������Puck.  To Prevent Is Better Than "to Repent���������A little medicine in the shape  of the wonderful pellets which are  known ns Parmelee's Vegetable Pills,  administered at the proper time  and with the directions adhered to,  often prevent a serious attack of  sickness and save money which would  go to the doctor. In all irregularities of the digestive organs they are  an invaluable corrective and by  cleansing the blood , they clear the  skin of imperfections.  A good story of Dryden's autograph  is told. At a recent sale of old books  and curios the auctioneer said:  "This book, gentlemen, is especially  valuable, as it contains a marginal  note in the handwriting of John Dry-  den. Five pounds offered, G6ing���������  going���������gone.   It is yours, sir."  The autograph marginal note by  the renowned scholar was as followd:  "This book is not worth the paper  it is printed on."���������Tatler.  a bit of good. I had used Dr. Williams' Pink Pills dn a former occasion with good results, and at last  I determined to try them again. I  can say nothing better than that  ' these pills have been a blessing to  . .-.--_-, (-me,���������as -they���������have--made-me~a_well.  and are sent home in the same man- > woman. Every ^race" of the indiges-  ner. But this dignified mode of loco-! tion is gone, and my nerves are as  motion is not, it seems, tha strongest! strong and sound as they were in  apoeal to the new page. I girlh,ood.   Now   I   can   eat anything  Someone.   recently     congratulated 1 thaVur. on the t^ble, and I get sound,  him on his appointment. I refreshing sleep at nights.   All:this?I  Yes, its a very nice thing," re. owe to the faithfuls use of Dr; Wil-  said, with a. wide smile. "I have tor liamB* Pink Pills; which. I shall never  be two days at court, and that mems   cease to praise."'   a.    ���������  ADVANCES IN AGRICULTURE.  Canada Has Rich Soils���������Farmers  Adopting Improved Methods.  "Canadian farmers are the most progressive on earth, and Canada will  soon becotaej.the greatest food-^xport-  ing country in the world." This waa  the text of the address given by Dr.  Saunders before the Royal Society of  Canade, recently.  In old Bible history mention is  made of.Palestine the land rich, in  corn. The ancient Hebrews and  Egyptians were the most proficient tillers oi the soil in those distant days,  and the latter race was the first to  raise domestic cattle. Amongst the  Romans agriculture was highly esteemed, , and when luxury brought  demoralization, the noblest minds,reverted to farming. The earth, sai'd one  of those old Romans, gives back what  it received with usury, and nothing  can be more profitable or beautiful  than a well kept farm.  During the middle ages only the  wealthy ate wheaten bread, the poor-  ��������� classes used rye and barley and  oats.,But in the 16th century Raleigh  introduced the potato in Ireland.  However, when the Queen of England  wanted a ������aln.d-for luncheon, she had  'stilt to,despatch a messenger to Holland.  Up to the 18th century land was  sown until exhausted By that time  farmers had learned the alternate  crop -.Ian of' conserving the strength  of the soil; and at the opening of the  19th century they understood . thc  valne of manure as a fertilizer.  Nitrogen, potash and phosphoric  acid are the three ingredients essen-  tial for good,soil, and the soil of_Wes  "Jones is the most prominent member of our golf club."  "Why. he can't play golf."  "No, but he always pays his dues."  ���������Cleveland Leader.  cutting school   for  James Budget.  those days."���������St.  "fen  Destroys  Hair Germs  Rtointdtaftverta hav* shown  thnt Wling hatr !��������� catiied by  finm it tht root* of the hair,  htntortt to ttop falling hair,  you taunt flnt oomplettly de-  itfoythweterma. AyerYHilr  Vigor, nevlmproved formula,  win certainly do this. Then  leave the rest to nature,  Dart mt ehetm thtekray* th hah*,  A  uers  Warmetemt*^  Mbattb  iwlrm  hbottli  fan*  atttn  Aab\iSaTm\aw\.t,  wbanAambatayt  Biliousness Burdens Life --The  bilious man is never a companionable man because his ulment renders him morose and.gloomy. Tbo  complaint is not so dangerous as :t  i-a disagreeable. Yet no one need  suffer from it who can procure Par-  melee'B Vegetable Pills. By regulating the liver and obviating, the effects of bile in the stomach' they restore men to cheerfulness and full  vigor of action.  Charity���������Would yo.u please give a  poor man a dime?  "My dear sir," replied the philanthropist, "you have not giasped tho  first principle of charity. A dime  would be of" small avail, hut with  $}0 you could do something. Still,  I atn favorable 'to your plea You  hustle $0.00 and the desired dime is  yours." ,  "But supposing that meanwhile I  starve to deathP"  *'In that case," responded the  philanthropist, "you would not even  need the ton cents.'VPhilndelphia  Lodger,  Minard's  therla.  Liniment   Cures   Dlph-  Recent dltcoverlei hive alto proved that  dandruff li caused by germs on tha leilp,  Therefore, to euro dsntfruff, tht flrst thing  to Ho li to completely ietltoy these dandruff terms, Hero, tno same Ayer's Hilr  Vigor will glvoths nme splendid results.  ���������   ViisfcitteV.anrwOfc. Urmia.  n-.'-i--  Teething Babies-!  are saved suffering���������and mothers  given rest���������when one uses  Norses^d Mothers'Treasure  Quickly relieves���������regulates tho  bowels ��������� prevents   convulsions.  Used 50 years,   Absolutely safe.  At4rnMrtorM,tSs. 8bc|tlt������,������.tA  KttiourSniff ft chtmlrafCn,, Umtei,  Solt Vrnprtatnrt, MontrMk      ������f  His Mother���������But I thought you  said your wife could cook,  Her Son-rSho can.  His Mother���������Then what are you  growling about F  Hor Son ��������� She won't.���������Chicago  Ne^vs. i-A'  A ������lady writes *, "I was enabled  to remove the coma, root and branch,  bv the ubo of Holloway'a Corn Oure."  Others who have tried it havo the  same experience,  A Neighborhood Flock.  The timo would not seem to be fai  away, In fact in some localities It in  already hero, whon it would pay a  half dozen or move near neighbors to  consolidate their (looks of sheep dor-  lufc Ihv tiuuuiM ^...iv.'., ':.{ the zr.:.',,:  In tho chaw Af ono of "t.h������ frrnnd-  fathor������ of tho community and a trusty  Bhopherd dog and have them pasture  tho nearby roadsides, where a wealth  of valuable fodrlor annually goos to  waBto tor lack of handling at the proper time or oa a reault of entire nog-  leot. Suoh a plan carried out would  not only be the mean* of utilizing  whnt hnd before been waated, hut  would improve tho appearance of the  Iiighways immensely. When the grain  was out and* stacked, the flock of  aheep witb their guardian could oa  turned on to the different stubbk  Holds, where they oould ftnd abundant rations of auconlont weeds which  A certain pennant supplied a baker  with threo pounda ot butter dally,  and nftor some timo the bakor noticed that the butter nerer weighed  throe pounds. At 3n.������t ho summon"'!  him.  "Havo y"m no scales nt home?"  tho judgo asked.  "yob," said tho ponsant.  "Havo you weights?"  "Yes, but I never weigh the butter  wtth th*m."  "WhyP"  "���������Recauno *tnr* Iho hnltnr hnyn .nv  butter, I buy his bread, nnd aei I nl-  wijm*.������.������un m*m*n.-mr ajiT&'swailr &"&���������  w M0U# I   Ho was acquitted.���������Siarcz.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills fill the  veins with new, rich, red blood.  That is why they strengthen the  nerves and every organ in the body.  That is why they cure all troubles  due to bad blood or weak, shattered  nerves, such as anaemia,; with 'its  grinding, wearing backaches, headaches and sideacnes, rheumatism and  neuralgia, heart palpitation, indigestion, St. Vitus dance, partial paralysis, kidney troubles and those special ailments that render the lives  of, so many women and growing  girls a burden. But you must get  the genuine pills with the������ full name,  "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, for Pale  People," on the wrapper'around each  bdx!.- Sold by all medicine dealers or  by mail at 50 centB a box or six  boxes for $2.50 from The Dr., Wil-  Hams Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Rosenberg, the Clothier���������Little  Abie found a big roll of bills on der  sidewalk. ,    ,  Mrs. Rosenberg���������Vill you advertise der moneyP-  Rosenberg���������Veil, I'll put der money  in new stock an' advortise der goods.  Puok.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc.  Thevproprietor of a large business  house bought a number ot signs  reading "Do It Now," and had them  hung around tho office, hoping to Inspire his people with promptness and  energy in their work. In his private  office soon afterward a friend askod  him how the scheme affected the  staff;  "Woll. not just tho way I thought  It would," answered tho proprietor.  "The cashier skipped with $30,000,  the head bookkoopro olopocl with tlie  private secretary, three clerks asked  for an increase' of salary and the  office boy lit out, to become a high-  wayman.*'���������Ladles' Homo Journal,  ���������BNOL������K IPAVIN LINIMENT rmoim  nil hard, soft or oaUonisd lump* and b!*>m-  lihM, from horsei, blood ipavln, ourbn,  splint*, rfnirbOM, trwtmeiy, stiflai, nnrulnn, *e.rn  snd swollen tiirost, -coofbi, et������, Hurt $80 by  ui������ of ona bo(tl������. Warranted the moit won  uonui iMwWiiu *t*ttv vx������t mu**u,  tnrrt Canada is nearly~"three~timear^s  rich in these substances as the soil of  Western Europe. Nature is often lavish, but she is always economical; Thc  waste matter in plants is exhaled into  the air and;is sucked up by the earth.  If the; soil does not get enough nitrogen-.naturally,1: that chemical can  be'supnlied artificially, in the shape  of sulphate of ammonia and nitrate of  Boda. Norway has solved the problem  of making the production of fertilizers  a financial success, and a manufacturing plant in that country now turns  out 30,000 pounds per day. Thus the  ingenuity of man saves the soil from  depletion.  Potash is found in all fertile soils  but when this ingredient is exhausted,  the soil can h������ restored by wood ashes  or manure. Phosphorus was formerly  fouhd from bones, and iB yet to Borne  extent, but now it can be taken from  minerals which abound in Ontario  and Quebec. Phosphate of lime is now  produced in the manufacture of iron;  and the slag is now used extensively  as a fertilizer throughout England and  Germany and , Belgium. It is highly  probable that the plant life will always "supply enough food for mankind, and the supposition sometimes  advanced that the rapidly increasing  population will not find sufficient  nourishment, seems remote from probability. /  Twenty-three years ago, farming was  in a vory depressed condition in Canada. In 1884 a seloot committee of the  House of Commons investigated the  causes of this depression, and found(  it was duo not to poor soil or idleness, but to a lack of knowledge and  skill on tlie part of the farmers; and  ttio committeo recommended the establishment of experimental farms to  promote agriculture and instruct farmers. Accordingly, in 1888, a central  farm was started noar Ottawa, with  four othor branch farms in other parts  of Canada. In agrioulturo Canada is  now preeminent-among tho nations,  nnd ovon Egypt, tho ancient farming  land, Is asking for samples ot Canadian wheat. ' ti  To tho practice ot alternate cropping ; to tho growing of clover, to tho  more careful husbanding of thojnnn-  ure made on tho farms, to tho bettor  feeding of tho farm animals, thus augmenting tho vnluo of tho manures} t������  tlio production of botter varietloa of  rrnins and io tho development nnd  export use ol ohomlcal fertiuww, is  largolv duo the success of present day  Canadian agrioulturo.  Suspiciously Cheap.  Mrs. Bchoppen-Tho price soerat  low, but I'm afraid of antique rugs.  You know the old saying, "Snug'ns  ft" R._lo.orrv!������ "A" n bni������ in n me."  Hal Hal But thore nro no hugs about  this rug. Mrs. Schoppen (shrewdly>-  No? I half suspect tbo prosanco of 1  little humbug.  Her Troubles.  Teacher-Who was tho most pntlont  person that ever lived? Student-Mrs.  Job. Teacher-How do you moke that  out? Student-Why, Job endured ���������  whole rot, but sbe hi������* to ondurt '���������*������  Judgo.  METALLIC  METALLIC ROOFING C.  IlILING  When "sweets"  lose their sweetness���������  and " substantiate/'  their charm���������there are  =always=MOONEYLS  PERFECTION  CREAM SODAS to  back  the appetite.  Do YOU  know how  good  they  Mtoi^t*#o0JroJMJofMCIlM,  Qombault'*  Caustic Balsam  Htt Imltilort But No Oompitlton.  A Safe, Speedy and Positive Our* for  gnftj aad til Unmu from iMfta,  tw* twain,  TsniiMs,  eSSftl! &a\tmW'  VtrutA,  SlrtSirU.   Brams til  .BubsIms nets Bonis or Osttli,  m-tsssm.  niUwrwco.WUU������������iC<>���������T������i������rto,Oni������  WILSON'S  FLY  PADS  Ono Oftoks*  ti*������ <utw*Mr  Mtiotf m buohol  of-nie*  ��������� MLD ������r ���������  NMOHTO, 0WMM tin MWtJUU, tTORII  tO������ met <e**jnem*m or ��������� sMkiti tee Mkb  will  W.   N.  U.   No.  ta TKrryWWS., ffiffiT*?!^ rP^iW^V^  THE"eUMBERLAND NEWS  Issueci, Every Tuesday."  i-j.-'-'-A* Kates,      ���������  Editor and  Proprietor,  Tho column-* of -TilK'Nkws'are upen to all  who wish to^press therein views; or matters of.public-interest,.  While we doiitit hold mrselvoK' rwv.nsi.  ble for the utterances of correspondem*, wo  r nerve tlie right of declining to inserr,  o ���������mitmnio'iuond unnecessarily pwrnonal.  TUKSDAV,   SEPT. 10J1907.  In another column we publish  VA-.Great Opportunity'' win-. h  Mr,CunlifFe is offering. It is  indeed "great" as it ailords any  person so inclined a chance to  make good use of some spare time  It is unnecessary for us to dwell  on the advantages of spare-time  ,.<=' udv, except fhat it makes a man  To the miners of this camp**' or  any others interested in mining  we would say get in and drill it  will liiaks your earning capacity  '-much greater, ���������  The Eaton and Simpson catalogues have arrived and the people are now studying them. It  is also well to study the fact'that  neither of these firms ever paid  a cent of taxes in Cumberland.  To our knowledge neither of  these firms have ever contributed  five cents for any movement that  would make Cumberland and  Cuniberland people more piosper  ous.    Neither have thev given a  */    o  cent to our hospital, helped out  any of the churches, or did one  thing for British Columbia. Our  merchants are different. They  -pay4axes.~-T3iey--pay-wliite-menJ"S-'  wages���������to women as well..  To those who read this we  would say patronize those who  advertise extensively in these columns. Spend that dollar with  them and you will have a chance  of seeing it again.  A man told us the other day  that five years ago he marked a.  dollar bill and sent it to an eastern mail-order house. To this  day he has hever seen it. At the  beginning of this year he put a  private mark on a dollar^bill and  spent it in Cumberland. Up to  date the dollar has come back to  him six times. He wi^s ihe last  time he got it at MePhee's he  felt as good as if he had  met an  ���������a   s< ^-^-mate   from   Pictou,  Nova Scotia.  You can buy a siiaw hat for t\  quai tcf, a suit of clothes for.^6 75  and a grnnd piano for $59. Hut  you get what you pay for. You  can buy a straw hat for ^jo, n  suit of clothes for #80, and a  {fraud piano for $18,000. And  theu you get what you pay for  Strictly speaking, there are in-  real "bargains." The cheap.shati-  gets what he is looking for-  chenpness. And the man who  Wants merit, pays for it.  Whut Cumberland refused lo  assist financially or oilu-iwi.se,  Nanaimo city council has decided to geticroiifly help along��������� wt  mean the booklet to advertise  Vancouver Island. Hut theu  thon* \<> 110 neccrrity cf AAA.;,,, '.i,,^  siMtlcrv. *o\hk part tA the uuini.  lliey might onjoy some of the  luxuries wc are blcvsed with and  that would be too bad. Howcvei  ,,���������,,,,    1    ru        1  ..w....w   v������M,J     tt V    ttktt    ttUftlii   ttp.  '���������  S-^T^TTIEL    O       SD^/VTS,    . ��������� FsaOTaaisi?.  "English 4 x BURTON alw.uys on tap       also, the famous MILWAUKEE  >      ' BEERS-Auh-rsfr,  ik>h������ir.i;i*i, SchHtz, .tc.      "ULDOREY REAR!)"  SCOTCH WHISKY, Best Wines and Liquors of all kinds.  The Boardiiig aud Loiiginu !)��������� imrtiuent, uinier the immediate superintendence of Mra  Davis, will bo rou u First olass in every respect.   -        ���������  RATES',  $1 00 per day upwards.  On Wcdncfdav and ThuvM'av  ot" i-.ich ���������wtfi. we li-ive fruit.  Oil nud give us a visit.  D. Huiulcn.  Right Price  FURNITURE  STORE  Ah the result of 11 recent judicious purchase n new lot of.furniture nr-.  rived thin week.   We sejlnt prices to suit nil pocketo.  ���������'REPAIRING A SPECIALTY,  J. H. COLLINS, Cumberland.  Special Offer  - 30 Bays' -  We   offer   the following    High  Grade nnd popular  "Charter. Oak  Ranges"  doliv010.I nt Cumberland Wharf  in the following sizes at prices  p.iven hohiw'  Cash with Order  Me.guarantee these Ranges to be  perfect bakers and.  give absolute satisfaction or money refunded.  No 8���������4 hole, oven 14 x 20 x 13 ai $40  ���������No 8���������0 hole, oven 14,x 20 x, 13 at $44.  No 8-6 hole, oveu 16x30x13 at. .$52*.  WAT303NT & :'l&CG-tttt<3-Ott* Victoria^ c  ;@d-i  ���������Ww  If you purchase a Kootenay  without the ���������'reservoir ana  decide later thaj> the  reservoir is a real  necessity, why, just., Y<&-  order it and attach iti (. f������*i  yourself. It's easily  done. Mereliy  remove the screws..  'and take off the plate marked  "REMOVE FO'B RESERVOIR" (see top, illustration),  which provides an opening  for tho hot air to come  through and circulate  under the reservoir. Then attach,  by,means of  gcrews, the  reservoir and  the flue box  shown in lower illustration,  A screwdriver  is the onl  tool require*  BSD  UL  London, Toronto. Montreal. Wlroilpe*. Vancouver. 81-John, HamUtw  fm Kootenay tmMot on nquett* **'  C H. Tarbell ^������������������JL59!������*  IT PAYS TO ADVERTI .E IN THE NEWS.  hsgiiimait -;i" -iiiMi.aim'frj ;EJf  ������������-<���������&������������������>������������  rtr*-*?r*-������VTfSnr.TT+������*^r--. v*m't~~-.��������� ���������^-  s. s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  "srxoroxaxA.��������� co-m:o25:     eovte  Sails from Victoria' Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling al   North  Saanich  Cowichan Bay    Maple  Bay, Cmfton,  Kuper and Thetis Islands when freight  01 passengers offer.  Leaves N.inaimo Tuesday, 5 p.m., for  "Union Bay and Comox.  Leaves Comox Wednesday   8 a.m., for  Union Bay and Nanaimo.  lleaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m,, for  Ceinox and way ports.  Leaves- Coniox Friday, 7 a.m., for Nanaimo and way ports.  Siils from Nanaimo Friday, 2 p.m., for  Victoria, calling at Kijper and Thetis  Islands,.Crofton, Maple Bay, Cowichan   Bay  and   Nonb    Saanich   when  freight and passengers offer  North Saanich when tide and weather  conditions permit.  VANCOUVER.- NANAIMO  SMITH   ROUTE  S. S.     ������������������JOAN."  LADY-  Sails 1 om  Vancouver  for  Nanaimo  daily, except Sundays, at, 30 p.m.  Sails from   Nanaimo   for   Vancouver  daily, except Sundays, at 7 a.m  TIME TABLE   EFFECTIVE  Monday, October 1st, 1906  "NORTH ROUND���������Read Down  I am prepared to  furnish Stylish Rigs  and do Teaming at  reasonable rates.  D. KILPATRlCK  Cumberland  OUR BEST  CUU8ING       OFFERS  Tliis paper AND A NEW Sulworiptiim to  Regular prion for both.   Our Prioe  Daily Witness,      $4.50 $3.00  Weekly Witness,    2.50 2.00  World Wide, 3.00 2.23  Northern Messenger 1.90 1.73  Our calculation* tut hnst-A trictly on nn  cash in advance. Samples of these papers  may be seeu at our office.  QOLLEGIATE   SCHOOI  FOR BOYS  The Laurels.        Belcher Street  Victoria B. C.  Stations.  Viccoria,  Rusbels,  Shawnigan,  'OobblB-Hill���������   Cowichan, , .  Koksiiah,  Daucitii'u,  tSfnueiioH,  YVesnholme,.  Ciiein;iii)us,  LadyRinith,  South VV<dllingtoo,  Nananiio,  VVelliugton,  Passeug-ei  Trains.  Daily  .'   No. 1  De. 9.00  9.04  10 17  10.22  ~ 10T40"'  10.48.  10 53  11 00 ���������  11.07.  11.18-  11 82-���������  11.57.  12.18  12.81*  At 12.53  Sunday  Wed.  Sat.  No. 3  De. 16.00  16 04  17.15  _17_.1S  " "lOtT  17.41  17.47.  17.58  18,10  18.22  18- 35  18.55  19,19  19.30  - Ar 19 45  TH  Patron aud Visitor,  LORD BISHOP OK  COLUMBIA.  Head Master  J.W. LAING, ESQ ,  M. A.,   OXFORD.  Assittted by three Graduates of the Kecog*  uized Univeruities of Great Britain and Cau������  ada.  Moderate terms lor boarders.  Property conssts of five acres with spaci-  ounh.iliool buildinus, extensive recreatin-  grounds, gymnasium. Cadet corps organized.  APPLY TO HEAD MASTER.  Good  Buys.  SOUTH BOUNU-lieud Up,  Viotoria,  RuhBtdti,  Sbawuiyim,  ������������  Cobble Hill,  Cowiohao,  KokMluli,  Duuoan'u,  Sonicuoi',  Westholine,  Uhunuiiiius,  Ludysunth, ���������  South Wolliugton,  Nnnaimo,    .  Wellington,  No. 2  Ar. 12.0b  12 02  10 51  ;0;48-  10,40  10.15  10.06:  10.02  9.47,  9.37  9.25*  De. 9.00  Ar. 8.50  8.28  8.15  De. 8,00  Nji'.' 4  19.55  19.51  18.35  18.30  18.22  18.08  1803  17,58  17.43  17.32  17.522  16 68  16 48  16 27  16.15  De. 16 00  De.  Ar.  Thousand Mile and Commutation Tickets on sale, good ovet rail and stetii.ei  lines, at two and one-half cents per mile.  Special trains and steamers for Excursions, nnd reduced r ties for parties may  be arrived foi  on. application 10 the  Dist, Pass. Agentat Victoria.  Ihe Company reserves the right to  change without previous notice, steamers  ruling claics nnd hours of sailing,  Excursion Tickets on Sale from nnd to  all Stations, good lor going journey Sat*  ui day and Sunday, returning not later  han Motulav,  J, W. TRUUF, Gen. Hup, ll.C, Coast Sor.  O. L. C0URTNKY, Diit Frt. A law. Ag.  Morrocl]i gros,  URl^AD, CiiKee arid Piea deliver  ed daily to any part of Oity.  run,stock. m (jirowrie*  WAN TED���������To Ruy a Outage on the  instalment plan    Owner leave terms ut  this office.  .FOR SALE���������The line iesidence,of Mr..  T. E. Uate, situated at the  corner  of  Windermere and First Street is for sale  at ihe low figure of $1400-   For particulars Apply Cumberland News.  ������175 buys- a uood lot it thin city.  FOR SALE-10 aoree good laud to~Co-  ��������� mox Vnlle;., suitable for chicken ranch..  ,Bountiful stream rutming through pro-  perty,   Apply nt this oflice.  FOB SALE���������160 acres, 60 aores chopped  nml about 10 nemj cleared. High land,  nnd excellent pasture land. Terms oan  be arranged to unit.  1000 shares Richard ru mining stock, 50 cents per share-  apply at this oflice,  WAMTEJJ���������About ten acres cleared,  with or without house. Must be good  land mid fronting wuter. State lowest  price.  FOR SALE���������8 Jersey 00ws, fresh, nnd  iu HrHt-cliiNH condition; also a few yeur-  Hug heifers.  Apply to W. M. Hoy.  $800 CASH buys Urst-oluua house  ou Aluryport nveuue,  FOR .SALE���������90 acres, with 10 acres  cleared; Si,ooo worth of timber, fir cedar, white pine, ami spruce, 75 acres of  bottom land. 8 roomed house und outbuildings. Lots of spring water, and only ubout 3 miles from Cumberland.  $1100 buys-lOO nores  tulles from Courtoimy.  timber ranch, 0  NOTICE is hereby giveu, that  at a special meeting of the hi-  re-ret* ('nminiec!oncru to bc held  the day of which will be published 14 days before thc said meeting 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  audi 1, Union Hay, tu (oiin H.  Fraser aud Chas. R. Bishop.  Dated this 15th day of August  1907*  Geo. Howe.  For hale���������1(10 aorea *1% miles from Court  noy.About 20 acros olenred some years a*  go. Ki*ht in lino of railwuy construction  Close to Courtenay river.  FOR SAIJ3���������A farm of 160  acres, also house aud barn, situated uear Comox valley Beautiful     \u*.U*'*\vUt lUMVCUtCili    tU   UlC  b*i\i Wiiixmi,    Fui fcuitieuldib up-  plyat this office  FOR SALE-Ono Mart., Oood Koad-  liter. Apply to Uoorge Uemdnell, Comox,  ac.  To Rent���������Sovorul dosirnble bus  incus locutions. Consult the Cli.  E. Agency.  ���������    .    Ill" Ml       LLJ.. .       ||         1111*11      I   llll I '      T     '   '    ���������������������������"-    -1  '  Wanted���������To borrow $2000 for  some years on good security.  For particulars inquire of Cumberland Real Estate / gcucy. '.,.tJ:lt.,-,l,Ur!J^H������^!p^>lt(.llip_|,lW||WIJ������  .A-THE -NEWS, ;GftlMBBREAOT; .BIirBISH-CQLmr'BTA.  i*  ^-i^Mr4'irM'44^^���������M^^*i-^-^'^  ABSOLUTELTPIRE  Nearly all goods in thit line nt thn  present time are adulterated nod in  faot unfit" to use. ...  GILLETT'S' is used by tha best bakers nod  '   caterers everywhere. :        o.  REFUSE    SUaBTITUTES.   ,   '  GILLETT'S costs no more thnn the inferior  adulterated goods.  REFUSE    SUBSTITUTK3.     '  |E.W.GILLETTS^,pta?X|  TORONTO.ONT.  NOTIOE.  Riding on locomotives and railway cars of the Union flolliery  Company by any person or persons���������except rain crew���������it; strictly  prohibited. Employees are sub-  iec to dismissal for allov jg same  By order "  Fkancis 0. Litti k  Munafier.     ;.  When in OumteM  STAY AT THE.....   ;���������"'' VENIlOME.  ts    All Gonvkkikkce* for Guests.  ThkBaK IS Sui'l'LlKI* WITH  Best Liquors and Cijcars  ,T. R. BAN NER MAN. .  JAPANESE  !fc<a Lin,   F__>     vrt     /  al a liinv Price.  Wholesale-and Retail.  , Sweet and Clean 'jm  ily  6olbs.......     $2.66  No: 5 Japtown,.,', .Cuxriberiaiid B'.  JOHN McLEODS  ' i '     .      "���������       ' ' '     ��������� - '< ' -'  FOR -FIRriT.tSLAHH  OANPY, FRU1TH,  '"CIOARH tfe TOBACCOS,  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  ATENTS  oulok'lr'Vwoortiiiir our opinion  i^rontlon.liiprphnm!���������   *������flLr .........    nirono*/for ������ocurfarn>������toiitt.  1'ivt.qntf tftken .throuif It Milling to. reoblt���������  iiminnittotly oniilUibiit. _ _.,  ������������������jit frao. (ijilmt n|(anoy fo;.tooarl  roo wliotlior aa  ^ommiinlon.  nn Patont*  Montr  Trade Marks  Qcoiqns  copyright! ac.  Anyonn fowling n nboteh and dcnorl|"itlnn may  ulokly nioaruiii our opinion froojrlir"   n  ni  m .  'iitt  tptcinl noltii, with'out cTiaroe, intfib'"  Scientific American.  A hnndionmly lllnatrntad waaklr. [.nrnoit olr.  oiiltttloii (if nny fniohuna bmntn, Torma, W a  imifmir mnntlu, fl. Sold by ail nowiileiilari.  irrauoh (Tffloe. m v ta���������yt*uMovton, u. c.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound.  Tho gront Utorlno Tonlo, tuid  Sm\y unto oiftctuftl Monthly  kirilator on whlci woigou t������a  lopond, Bold la tbrwM  of dtronfftli-No. 1, II������  "0 dotficim atroiiBor, t*\ ������������. *,  'or HiiDuiul ciiho*, u por box  ������o|d by all dnwlfite. or aoio  wepaid on, ruoolpt ot prtptt.  Froo pamphlet. AtlowttWI THI  ftou4������ioi������iKlCo���������l������H������������iiu,������ai. u**v*a*att ������***$*  t Hayman & Maxwell.  ?-���������... Proprietors.  f������������������������������������ ��������� ���������  XTEAMSTERS-, and DRAYMEN'  J.UINGLE and DOUBLE RK..S,  *For . HIRE.; ALL ORDERS.  +PROMPTLVVATTENDED  TO'  f 3rd St; Cum'beiiland,  Girls!-  i  The' Secrot-of  ,     ���������      Now, Revealed ��������� ���������  What beauty is more desirable  than an-, exquisite v complexion  and elegant.jewels. An opportunity for every woman to  obtain, both, .for a limited time  only4. :  :.-..   ���������  The directions and >'recipe for  obtaining a faultless complexion  is the secret long guarded bv the  master minds of the "ORIENTALS andGREEKS.  This we obtained after years  of work and at great   expense  It is the method used by the  fairest and most beautiful women  of Kurope.  Hundreds of American women  who now use it have^ expressed  "their delight aud satisfaction. ,  This secret, is-easily  understood and simple to follow and it  will save   you   the ' expense of  ^fe"anrsrcos-iheticsT~blea^h^TiriTd"  forever give.youa beautiful com  plexion and free your- skin .from  pimples,, bad * color blackliea.ds,  etc. . It alone is  worth   to you  many  time's  the  price w.e. ask  you lo send for thegenuine diamond .ring of latest desigiu..  ,   We sell you this  ring  as one j  small profit above  manufacturing cost.   The price is less than  one half what   others    charge  The recipe is   free with   every  Boys  i^*m,^mmimm^m0^*mmm ���������������m������__^__  Her.e is ah 'opportunity to secure, Free of Cost,  A FINE WATCH!  'We .have made arrangements with btoddurt, the jeweller,  ,m hereby we are enabled to offer a most magnificent watch to  boy or girl securing tlio largest number of Subscribers to the  OuaiRKKLANi) News before October 1st, 1907. These must .be  names not now on the lists, amd must be paid in advance.  Names inay be banded in any time.  THE-GIR'liS! PRIZE  is 0-sized watch, best quality Swiss  movenient,  stem-  winder, carved case,with shield for initials.  THE BOYS' PRIZE  ,v   is an 18-size watcli, good Swiss movement, stem-windei  gold hands, with an Arcadian silver chain.        "  ""These may be seen, at the Jewelry Stord'pf 1J. Stoddart.  ' u^mmamiiwrmmmwiKmmamemearMmMmmvmm^  Do not fail tp take a try at this, and  secure a good  watch  absolutely iRree of Cost,  ��������� Tfrei Curalierlancl News.  ; Cumberland, B. C.  PROVING! ALEXM i Blr i 0  ���������mm  8  When In Courtenay-Stay At  The Courtenay Hotel.  Every convenience for guests.  The Cential Hotel for Sportsmen  None bin the Best of Wines and  Liquors  at the  Har.  RATES REASONABLE  FOUND���������On Thursday, last  a watch charm-valuable. Apply News office.  Make your wants  known  through columns of news.  -o-  John Johnston,     Pro  Wood's PbospEoftiae;;  The Great English Remedy.  Tonos and invigorates tho wholo  nervous'.'pyBtom, makes . now  iiioxl in old Veins. Cares Nervous Debility, Mental and Brain, Worry, lies-  ���������nondency, Sexual Weakness, Emissions, Spcr-  ���������nwtorrhim, and,Effects of Abuseon.Eycesses.  Price $l-por box, slx-fi>r������5. Ono will pltmBO, ns  will oure. Sold by all druggists or mailed in  plain pkp. on rocolpt of jnico.   New -pa-wide*  The Cuniberland Real Estate  Agency has a house on Penrith  Avenue and two ou Maryport Avenue for sale. Spot Cash would  certainly suit the ownersbetter,bnfc  a cash payment and monthly in-  stalments would prove ai? induce-  inent to eell!.  Victoria, B.C.  September, 24 to 28  I9Q7  BIGGER   and   BETTER  THAN    EVER  VALUABLE    TRCPAY    CUPS*  ������nd SPECIAL PRIZES- in  EVERY DEPARTMENT.  $50^000  EXPENDED* on "GROUNDS and  .   EQUIPMENT THIS YEAR.  4--Days Horse Racing���������4  and OTHER ATTRACTIONS.  ENTRIES CLQSE  SEPT.   16th.  EXCURSION   RATES   FROM  ALL   POINTS,  Write for Prize List.    .  J. E. Smart,  P. 0. Drawer 761   .       Secy-Treas  Victoria, B. C.  {formerly Windsor)  Toronto, On*.  Money to Loan��������� A^few hundred dollars,to'loan on good 'se-  1 curities.   ' Address T. ��������� M.   Care  of News office.  That was a very consderate  boy who said to the bow-legged  man standing on "front, of a hot  fire; "Say, mister, you'd better  get awav from there. You're  warping  >>  ���������fe  lt.is a genuiue rose cut diamond ring sparkling brillaiicy  absolutely gauranteed, very daiu  ty, ��������� shaped like -at Belcher with  Tiffany'setting of 12 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 aiid two  dollars in money order, stamps br  bills. Get your order iu before  our supply is exhaused.  This offer is made for a limited time only as a means o.l' advertising and introducing our  goods.  Stand to day before this opportunity i.s forgotten.  TC.Moseley.  32 Emt 83 StrrVt, New York oity.  11 iff * To  nil-woman   for   ooldati. g  UJ!) nanion uud Rolling our novjltie (  wo give JMg Premitimi, Mond naino to-day  for our now plan of Hig Profit* with littli  work. Write to-d������y, Addrora 0, T.  M09KLICY, Pmrniam, dopartmout, &!&���������  _SHtro"t, Now Vork oity,  TAKE NOTICE that I intend n apply at the meciinu of (he Licence Com-  misiioners on thc nth day of .September  iyu/, 101 a uaiului ui uie itoici ni|uur  licence held hy me for the Vendomc Hotel, shunted on I>un������muir Avenue, Lot 5  lilock 3, Cumberliind, U. C. to John K.  lUnncnitnii ol die baino.  D.llfjfl AlljL'lll' ?1A.   l()flj.  CHRISTOPHKK GANNJ-.r  Advertise U-.  A-  .' ^.  Many a successful man got his  start iu life by having a woman  pu*U lunv aloug iu a go-cart.  Dominion  Hotel  Viotoria, fi. C.  Tho lhH>9. nvo Lower than c^licr  first-class hoteln, with Acconio*  dation Superior to many.  Rooms with or without bath.  AiiuM-icnn Plan   ^1.50   to 82.50.  nor day.  ;.'������������������opciin  Plnn,    1 looms unly,  .50 to $1.50, por dny.  Free Bus.  STEPHEN JONES.  The drink of strong men and healthy women   .   ,- ���������  Is The Best  Bottled1 or In  Barrels.  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo B.C.  ' TAKE NOTICE that at spec  iarmeetmg"of-the"Hcence-Gom--  missiouers to be held at Cumber-  t land. B. C. the date of which  will be published 14 days before  the said meeting, I intend to ,������p-  ply for a transfer of the hotel' liquor licence held by me foi '!".���������.  Waverly Hotel situated at 'Si'ma.'.  Bay B. 0. to Daniel Vergn.'-x...  Dated this 8th Day of Augu������  1907.  P. "McDonald  im*m tm%*asmmamnM  P. PHILLIPS HARRISOH  Barrister and Solicitor  and  Notary Publlo  Conveyancing  Cumberland    B. G.  WATSMT  Wa "$b  ���������:--:,.:VV'-i^:I;)'irT  .'  .[',   .     I < * ,A lt>\}IA    *  ������������������^V-v.'Vm;U(->-  .���������j-" ti\������A\-'J'Ai.- ��������� ���������  e*. -' -^vr'.A-t'f- *<���������  .:;,'#' d'tjtir, * ,..,���������,' , ,-*,  .,,  , i  -.>*���������' 'f ��������� 1 '���������   -��������� -,'--��������� '���������*  ' '���������,  ���������.&'i^-f*'i'-:'A'-''.y,,  ���������^W-i!WHl(':-'  -h -���������.' ���������' :..-%i ������-<������������������&���������  ���������**��������� ri <      ',  ,  I ������._h/ ,��������� iy*r������   tAA\ a  An* ,,* -* >������ tti. .^'i*. ���������* / If'     /  L?*J-^V''.^������'.������i|jtt  lJr,yiffyA-*'X.w!v:-  Jt'.*/'.77*:  ,     ^ '.<*-!   I  '���������i'iA   ''.**_  ��������� '-������������������*.'  1    '   tf mm) :'  "���������   '' *'���������' ���������'< >  1     irrpr%"������*i H'-r^fTf' .*'-**  ,a .'^M������**,s-r}hxi  !'^sW?.tson&P*  (  ".   t.'m.l..li,'9-  ff���������.  fe',#������  ni-. wm  ������'.->*&>  rfrt* f<'fi't**>i  f5f/*^t'%,;  ,;*t)f-"*if*''i  .***������  ���������! i-   fx*n  r, ,<&mt\  iHW''  :A\t,i,      '_      ���������  ILiiig of ������coteh Whiskies.  The HUDS0N8 BAY CO  Sole A cents for S C  i THE   NEWS,  CUMBERLAND,-BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  h  --T-//  ^ When a Horse Gets Hurt  USE  Fellows'Lccming's  Essence  ' Btrt don't wait until an animal is _ ,  Injured.   GET IT NOW���������and you ���������  have the remedy that CURBS all  lameness in horses.  If your dealer does not handle  it, send 60c, to  National Drug 9. Chemical Co., Limited*,  MONTHKAI. 13  An Opening  '   *'I  tell you  What,"  said  the  sad  looking man, "it's pretty hard for a  man with a 'arge family to live on  -&. email income."  "Yes," eagerly agreed the stranger,  "'hut it's a great deal harder for his  'family if he dies on one. Now, my  line is insurance; let me interest you  ���������eh? What's your hurry?"���������Philadelphia Press.  Mrs. ' Seribber (impressively) -  ^Whatever you do, never marry a  anewspaper man.  School Friend���������Why not  "I    married    one    and    I    know.  "Kvery    night    my    husband    brings  ihome a. lot of newspapers  from all  'over  the country which    drive    me  *.ttrazy."  "The newspapers?"  "Indeed, they do ! They are just  'crammed wth the most astonishing  Sbargains, in shops a hundred miles  saway'."���������Tatler.  The  r-eer���������Were   any  of  your  ancestors ever painted?  "'The Lahorist���������Yes/ my ; grandmother had her neck painted for the  mumps.���������Ally Sloper.  TMinard's Liniment Co., Limited. -.  Gents,���������I cured a valuable hunting dog of mange with MINARD'S  LINIMENT after several veterinaries  Siad treated him without doing him  any permanent good  Yoiirs. &c,  WILFRID GAGNE,  !. Prop, of Grand Central Hotel, Drum-  -,jnondville, Aug. 3, '04.  ^Ethel���������Would you shout if a man  tried to kiss you?  Mabel���������Certainly.  Ethel���������What would you shout?  .Mabel���������Encore '.���������Illustrated Bits.  .No one need fear cholera or any  -summer cpmplaint if they have a  bottle of Dr. J. D, Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial ready for use. It corrects all looseness of ' the bowels  ���������promptly and causes n healthy and  natural action. This is a medicine  adapted for tho young and old, rich  'and poor, and is repidly becoming  tho most popular medicine for chol-  ������ra, dysentery, etc., in the market.  ���������"G-g-good evening," said tho  ���������young man who had como to speak  to the girl's father,  "Good evening," replied tho old  Kontlomnn. "You look a littlo nervous,   How do you fool?"  "Finite red," replied the young  mnn. "1 was nfriiid 1 looked scared  *j> death."���������Catholic Standard and  Tiaiotf.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Garget  in Cows.  "If you, please, ma'am," said tho  isorvnnt from Dublin, "tho cat's had  chickens."  "Nonaonso, flortrudo!" returned  tho mlBtrosH of tho houso. "You  moan kittens. Cuts don't hn/o  ��������� ehickons."  "Was thom chickens or kittons that  master brought homo Inst night?"  "Chickens, of course."  "Woll, ma'am, thorn's wlrnt tlio  cat hus had."���������Liverpool Dally Post.  Domvs '  KIDNEY  b.  PILLS   *  V1 KinNrv   ',  ���������;,.. ,',A.'.tiiu,.,*ie:'A  m**mMmmmWaa**mm*m**mmm*m  W.   N.   U.   No.  645  FAMOUS JUDGE AND JESTER.  Wit of Scottish Bench Wi* Lived In  A���������'.* Five   Reigps.  The death is announced of Lord  Young, who pas-sed away iii a private nursing home in the West End  of ^ondon. His Lordship, who was  in his 88th year, met with an accident when walking through the Temple, and the shock hastened his end.  The cause of death is certified as  cerebral hemorrhage and old age.  His remains were removed to Edinburgh for interment. Born when  George III. was still on the throne,  the Right, Hon. George toung���������his  title was purely honorary���������lived in  five reigns. He was still at Edinburgh University when l������ord John  Russell was fighting on behalf of his  Reform Bill, and before Queen Victoria had been three years on the  throne he was making a name at the  Scottish Bar. For over 30 years ho  was a judge of the Court of Session,  Edinburgh, retiring only two years  ago, and his rare legal erudition was  pleasantly seasoned with the salt of a  ready, wit. itefore his nomination to  the judgeship by M.r. Gladstone h������>  made, his mark iu the House of Commons, where he represented the Wigtown Burghs in the Liberal interest,  aud twice filled the office of Solicitor-  General to Scotland and Lord Advocate. It has been said of Lord Young  that he was the only judicial humorist of whom Scotland could boast.  One of the sayings attributed to him  was that there are three degrees of  those who bear testimony in courts���������  the liar, the liar, and the expert witness. In.the case of a clever swindler who had earned some fame as a  philanthropist, an advocate pleaded  clemency, reminding the judge that  those who gave to the poor lent to  the Lord. "True, Mr. ���������," said  Lord Young, "but I'm afraid we carina cash your man's post obits in this  court."  A Heavy Premium.  Another* of his sayings was  that the gift of half a million to the  Church of- Scotland by the late Mr.  James Baird, the ironmaster, was the  ."heaviest fire insurance premium  ever paid." He was staying at Dal-  meny when news came that Lord Wol-  mer had been returned by three votes  for West Edinburgh. The next arrival explained that the figures should  have been 300, and that two Lords of  Session, whom he named, had voted  for Lord Wolmer. ; "That accounts  for the two ciphers," saidJLord Young.  -Going'-on���������assize���������with���������the���������late���������Lord-  Deas, when it was the custom to-open  the court with prayer, Lord Young  remarked at luncheon afterwards.  "Very long prayer that fellow,gave  us to-day, but,, after, all, I suppose  it's quite right when Deas, gp������������ on  circuit that the attention,of the Almighty should be specially called to  the fact." *When one of the Lords  Ordinary in the outer House of the  Court of Session, Young had a somewhat heavy roll of business, partly  owing to a vacancy on the Bench  having been kept* open longer than  usual. One of his colleagues at the  time was Lord Craighill, and the new  judge, when at last he was appointed,  took the title of Lord Curriehill. On  the appointment being announced  Lord Young gratefully quoted the first  two lines of the 121st Psalm:  I to tht. "hills" will lift mine eyes,  From whence doth come mine aid.  Lord Young's speeches and stories  were always good. At the banquet  which followed v the ceremony of conferring upon Him the freedom of Dumfries, four years ago, he told the company a story about his father who  in the old days owned some very fine  apple trees.  Raids Upon Fruit.  There were many raids made upon  the fruit, and Lord Young's father  laid hold of a likely youth one day  and offered him half-a-orown if he  would give a hint as to who was responsible. The boy accepted tho  money on tho oondition that when  tho culprit's name was disclosed he  would uot bo punished. In telling  this story Lord Young caused much  morrimont by turning to tho Provost  of tho town, who was in tho chair,  and asking him what ho did with  tho half-a-orown. His lordship was  ono of tho hint links with Robert  Bums. Ho know Jean Armour,  Burn's widow, and frequently partook  of hospitality in tho house in whicii  the [foot had lived, and in which he  diod, His lordship also know Burn's  ohildren, and tho poet's granddaughter, who lived with Joan Armour, frequently visited hia father's house,  Lord Young was one of tho bonchors  of tho Middle Tomple,' and though  his visits woro raro, ho was one of tho  most popular of tho Mostora. Ho  \vnn tho senior membor of tho Bench  oxoopting only tho King, who from  tho time of hia election when Prince  of Wales of course took priority.  Overlooked the Side I nut.  rinily Horn, who win men a ���������arM  kn*T' proprietor of a largo enloon oa  tlio east sido. New York, wns hlrlnu  as barkeeper a umn tnuco pruiuinaul  In political llfo and who told the story  with considerable alee.  "I'll give yon $10 t month," said An-  **7*  "Ten dollars! A man can't live oa  thatr  "Yoa fortot tbe picking*," said Andy  lu serious vuriumt "Tho barkeeper!  down hero tell ench other that my tiii's  Uie easiest one to work In New York."  "I too* the Job wltboot farther aiff  meat," aaya the ox-bartender.  IpPP  /Saves A Lot  i  of Bbther  The starch that needn't  be cooked,.that won't  stick, .thatgivesa brilliant glosa with almost  no iron-effort.,isn't  that tho starch yoa  ought to have them  uae on your clothes?  Buy it by name.,  your  dealer  sella it  Not Yet  Tommy���������Does it make any difference if baby i takes all his medicine  at once?'   vV**;v.;;-?:^'       n .-���������;';  Baby's Mother (in horror)���������Good  heavens!    Of course it does.  Tommy���������But-it hasn't made any  difference .���������Punch.  No Alcohol in Itr-^Alcohol or any  other volatile matter Mhich would  impair strength by evaporation does  not in any shape enter into the manufacture of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil.  Nor do climatic changes affect it. it  is as serviceable in thi, Arctic Circle  as in the Torrid Zone,: perhaps more  useful in the "higher latitudes, where  man is more; subject to colds from  exposure to-.- tHe elements. '���������'���������'������������������  On one occasion a person entered  Professor. Agassiz's room with a picture which he desired to sell, denominated a "Birdseye View of Cambridge." The professor contemplated  it for a moment, lifted his eves,  looked at the vendor of the picture,  and'said with his characteristic accent : "Well. I thank my stars zat  I am not a bird."���������Boston "Transcript.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper. '������������������*���������'  Ua * For 8crapa of Soap.  A goad vtay ot nsin*? wraps of soap-  is to add them t������ the household cleansing mixture.    This lis aseful ln every  household for clea-nsing paint, removing grease from dottle's aud all other  occasions when a good cleansing preparation    is    needed.      Keep    a    wide  mouthed bottle, and Into it throw all  odds and  ends of  soap.    Wheu  you  have a small'collection of these, add ji  reaspoonful    of    powdered   saltpeter  ditto rock ammonia and about a quar  of warm, soft water, says the Cos:  Oorner.    Leave the mixcure till lt i  cooled.    A little of this may be dis  solved ln water or on a flannel and  will be found an invaluable cleanser.  Making It Worse. ,  Wife���������I'm sorry I scolded you thi  inorulng. dear It has affected ur  peace of mind all day.  Husband���������OU. then you bave avid*  the discovery at last, have you*/  WIfe- What discovery?  Husbaud���������That you have only a piew  of mind.���������St. Louis Post-Dispatch.  What ywp maul for under.  wa������rtuy������ tfat'tial nine  ia fiv cocnfoit, iemce������������������  only when etch gar  neat   bear*   the  bade made ia ted  that guarantee*  youuiufacrii  Made in muny fsb-  Bca and ityln, at  tuioui price*, ia  , form-fitting size* for  ye women, men and  cMdren. See th*  the PEN.ANGLE  it then���������it tnnirea  your money ������ worth.  ;.'*���������.". Not Her Game.  * "Low bridge!" sang out the guide  taking the party over tbe vessel.  The .society matron held her head  still hifeher, with appreciation of h������i  consequtnee.  "Oh,, btt 1 always play high," she re  marked tu haughty disdain of thr  warning.���������Baltimore American.  Then We'd Hear Something.  "It's In the world-of politics." sal-1  the talkative man. **that the truth o<  the old saying 'money talks' is most  frequently proved."  .   "Yes." replied the wise citizen, "but  If hush motey would only talk, wha*  sensations  tre would have!"���������Detro!  Free Press.  "Well,  are  you getting better?"  . "No,   I'm   just  managing  to  keep  out of the grave."  "OK.  I'm sorry to hear that." ���������  Smialek. '  Wonns "derange the whole system.  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  aeianges worms and gives rest to  the sufferer. It only costs 25 cents  to try it and be convinced.  ANOTHER CANUCK MAKES GOOD.  Dr.  Miller Takes  Up   Important Appointment In the States.  Dr^L.^;;W. Milleri- who haa just  "taken-up htrtllti������s~^~psyclropatholo=~  gist at the Cook County Institution at  Dunning (Chicagb), 111., is a young  Canadian who is niaking quite a name  for himself in the United States., The  tease ofc D^.. Miller may be cited as an  example to >, illustrate the extent "to--"  which civil������servicei':;refqrra: has been  carried on jh the Bepublic during the  last few;years, When he, flrst offered  himself as a 'Candidate as an assist-  ant in an institution for the insane in'  Mnssachusetts^although he had been  assured that rgerit alone would be  considered in miking the appointment  ���������he naturally had misgivings that, as  an alien without influence, and in  yiew of the general impression regard-  in. the prevalence of political "pull"  m filling offices in the States, that  he would be discriminated against.  But the result of his application proved a pleasant surprise to himself and  his friends. There were three places  to be filled and* of the numerous candidates who wrote on the examination, only two came up to the standard set and received appointment.  One was a Ganadion���������Dr.' Miller him**  self���������and the other a Scotchman from  Glasgow���������both British subjects.  Since that time Dr. Miller has be-  oorno quite widely known by the medical profession in the United States as  an authority oh the pathological treatment of insanity. He secured his present quite important and remunerative  position entirely ort his merits. Of the  ninety candidates for the place he  made tho highest showing on examination, and was promptly offered the  appointment,  Thoro has boon in the United States  of lato a groat awakening to the need  of moro scientific and rational trentment of insnnity ns n mental disease  possible of prevention, amelioration^  and onr*,, Wo in Canada aro far behind our neighbors in thiB regard. Unfortunately, although a Canadian, Dr.  Miller would not, undor present con-  ditinnH in Ontario at least, stand  muoh chance of being givon the opportunity to turn his talents to the  sorvico of his native oountry, his family being strong Liberals, tt Is understood thnt hnd he been n Conservative ho would nrobnbly have teen ae-  Biirod by the Ontario Government to  improve mothods of treating the in-  Bnne in this province. It is nnld, Indeed, thnt ono member of tho Cabinet  was very desirous of securing him  for this work. But although thc doctor would hnvo wiJlfngly remained  here nt a smaller salary than he iB re-  rtnlHti"  hi   Ohlr-tne,    i*Tt-.X\.   flT>   <inr>o<T>t-  nifnt wns  n  pnHH<*ml    Impossibility.  Dr. Miller is n son of Mr. C. J Miller, ox-Mnyor of Orillta, Ont. He graduated in medicine nt tho University  Toronto *" 180S.-8oturday Night.  Congenial Employment.  The high prlw of life, the crowning  fortune of mnn, Is to bo born to somo  pursuit which Amis lilm In employment and happiness, whether It lw to  make baskets or broadswords or caualt  or Hatues or aoiig*.���������Emerson.  Friend (to artist)���������Well, were you  successful at the salon?  Artist���������No, they rejected my picture, the wretches.  Friend-Why?  Artist���������How should I know? Tha  oil was bad perhaps.���������Nos Loisirs.  Boy���������My mother bought some slippers last week.  Man���������Felt? ���������  Boy���������Yep. Three times already.���������  Denver Post.  THE RECORD  ADMIRAL  FURNACE  la fitted  with   the   improved  Record  Triangular Grate���������the most perfect Kir-  oace grate on the market.   Of the (our  Tnin^iirr sratftoiireach har is operated������������������ |  by the use of a handle applied to either  oE the two centre bars.   To remove thia  handle after shaking is .'impossible  until  the grate bar haa been returned to its  original, position. fUt and ia  place, without any of the cogs  sticking up. Tho result if that  the bars' are alwaya flat under  the fire and that it ia impossible  for lumps of coal to drop through-  and be wasted.   Tha Record  Triangular Grata can bo entirely removed  from without  without lyfog on etomach or  bothering with ��������� light     im  Write for Catalogue.  THE RECORD FOUNDRY* HACHHNE CCl  ifhundrjeaatM^  8������!si Brandt at. MONOTON,. N.B.K MONTREAL, P.Q.;  RONTO, ONT,| WINN IP IO, MAN, l OALOARY, ALTA.  VAN06UVtR.  BA  SAVE YOUR  ���������oa SPAVIN  ���������CMC SPAVIN  RINQI0NC  CURB  SPLINT  POLL EVIL  UMINC8S  SWCLUNOS  ���������OPT BUNCHES  r_r* eUKVDMeevlaf tha bona -wand as a dollar-ty  KENDALL'S   SPAVIN   CURE  sJS������t&^ r\tWira^tth4S!  glwfsAietrasalts.    ^^ ^^ ^ ���������*0���������;_'mtQ,i*mPt, w ���������(������.  "I na tnatfaf two horau-oas.������lUi learla-jhs other,  wl������li.f������*nWL XaaiuslnfK^n-stpaHadSrtsadmnitmy  I fled tav&KMf modilxnproTrdr I beta nm*. msnr ransdlM  U?Zad%ei4aU's Tha Kfac Ol AO."      o*0, BRODCUR,  -mmm1mm% ^^^^^^011^^^  tt������  81  DN. B. 4. KENDAU 00.,   ENOSBVPS PALLS. VIBMONT. U.S.A.  ���������V.NV  W_*-*-*r^x*mm.. ,     *Wy  Anta Par ths Rsst  ������������������William, were you ovor whipped at  achool?" queried the visitor.  "Only by tbe teacher," waa tbe rath-  tr alffnificoat reply.  Nothing1 So Healthful and  Satisfying In Summer ae  SHREDDED  WHEAT  eomblntd with freih  fruits or eraamtd vaga*  tablss. It It dallelouily  ���������Bjittlalni and sustain*  Inc.. Oentslni mora rial  nutriment than meat or  ������|g*.  Try tha Blseult wtth ttrtwbarrlea  All Omars,   lie ��������� Garten; S far Me. (  jt-  THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND.  BRITISH   COLTJMUT A  ������ T'S very hard to be polite  ������������������'    If you're a cat.  .When other folks are up at table  Eating all that they are able,  You are down upon the mat  If you're a cat.  You're expected just to sit  If you're a cat.  Not to let thera know you're there  By scratching at the chair,  Or a light, respectful pat  If you're a cat.  ,-,p*  You are not to make a fuss.  If you're a cat.  Though there's fish upon tlie plate  You're expected just to wait..  ' Wait politely on the mat  .   If you're a cat.  ���������Teacher's Magazine.  A MISUNDERSTOOD FRUIT  FaJCfnJi *wmf/ /.ie **?yQm  IMHTBAD of being tho Indigestible  fruit which for so long they were  believed to be. pineapples ara winning name and fame for themselves  as one of nature's numerous specifics for  the very trouble they were supposed to  create-lndlgestlon. It was Honor Mar-  eano to whom the credit of the delicious  discovery ls due-ho It was who found  that it was only the tough core that was  Indigestible, nnd which gave the fruit  its bad name,  Then another discovery was made���������  an old story in tho country of the plno-  apple, Africa, but nows. indeed, to this  eountry-that it was of use In certain  throat troubles, notably qulnsey and  tonsilltln, the fresh fruit, or Its sweet-  ened Juice, or even the canned form,  when tho other was not available.  _ Bo good a medicine has It proved, In  fact,. that It Is ranked among drugs,  both In powdered form and osallnotur*.  . Bervlng the fruit us a dessert, after a  heavy dinner, proves conclusively  enough Its value ns a digester; and,  like all of the natural medicines, It  cures without pausing some other  trouble by way of reaction.  r  There ure dozens of ways to serve It,  perhaps none of them more delicious  than the simplest of all���������the picked pineapple. ,'*,*���������,  winter tlm*, aerved with vanilla lee  cream, wuti a, Uati ot whipped cream on  top,  Some interesting ways of preparing It  .are;  Picked Pineapple.  Pe*������t the nlnesnr-!* nnd wmove the  little auric protuberance* upon tn������ surface of the fruit. With a fork pick or  tear the fruit Into strips, strew these  with granulated sugar and set In the Ic  until wanted.  Pineapples and Berries In tho Shall.  Trim tha bottom of a large pineapple  so that It will stand upright.   Cut off  the top, but do not throw it away. With  a sharp knife dig out the inside of the  fruit, taking .care that the knife does  not penetrate the sides or walls of the  pineapple. Put this holiowett case and  the top Into the refrigerator until needed. Pick the Inside of the pineapple  Into tiny bits, and mix with It n cupful  of red raspberries or strawberries.  Sweeten abundantly with granulated  sugar, and turn the fnlit Into, a glass,  or a china Jar, with a oloacly fitting  cover. Put on the lid and bury the Jar  In the loe for several hours, Just before  time to serve It. remove from the lee,  fill tha hollowed shell with the fruit  mixture, replace tho top on the pineapple and send to table.  Pineapple Trifle.  Orate or oltop a pineapple very One.  after pooling It and removing the  "eyes." Soak a half-box of gelatine for  an hotif'th n half enntnt of cold water,  then add a cupful of granuiatea *u������*xi  nnfl ti rwfnl of YioWnr: wnter, and' Mlt  over the Are juat long enough to dissolve  tha gelatine. As tha mixture cools add  tha pineapple; aat the bowl containing  it in a vessel of cracked ice, and. stir  steadily until the mixture thickens,  Now beat In a pint, of sweetened, whip-  r,(.'X   />r(.iitn   ntii-l   turn   1ntr������   it   trmXA   tret  with cold water. When formed, eat  with powdered sugar and cream.  Pineapple Pudding.  f'eel and chop a pineapple and cover  th granulated sugar. Uet it stand in  the Icebox for an hour; then drain the  Julea from t*e fruit. tmyteA^hpih. in  the bottom of a buttered pudding dtsb  r aiZve^mW*9* a**9  put a layer of split "lady Angers," and  over them .pour a little of the pineapple  juice, to which you have added two tea-  spoonfuls of lemon juice, Spread the  lady Angers with a layer of the chopped pineapple; put ln another layer of  the pineapple and more of the Juice and  fruit. Have the top layer of tne moistened pineapple, Cover, set the pudding  dish fn. an outer pan of boiling water,  and bahe In a steady oven for at least  an hour. Uncover and .brown lightly,  Serve this pudding with hot liquid sauce  flavored wt'tirtha Juice of two lemons  and the grated peel ot one.  PlnenppTeCreain,  Bonk a half box of gelatine In a scant  cupful of cold water tor an hour, Peel  a small pineapple and grate It; then  cover with a cup of sugar, and let It  stand for an hour before stirring the  snaked gelatine Into it. Turn all into a  saucepan set within a pon of boiling  water, and stir until the gelatine and  sugar ore dissolved. Remove from the  fire and let It cool, but,not stiffen.  Whip a pint of cream-very stiff, stand  the saucepan containing the gelatine  and prr-eapple In a deep bowl of cracked  Ice, md ni tha mixture stiffens heat  into it oy tne xiiuundii, (he whipped  fT������>n*Av n*M\t ftonnllv until nM tbe r-renvrt  If ������n and the Jelly-is stiff and white.  Turn Into a glass bowl, and set in the  lee for some hours. Serve wAh rick  cream.  Pineapple and Orange in the Shell  Cut *liii ili-i fiytu tt UllVrtppto HIIU CM*  fully remove, the nslde go thnt the  shell may not be broken. Cut the pulp  Into hits, mix It with the pulp of threi  oranges, also cut very small, and llbar-  ally sweeten the mixture. Smooth ofl  the bottom of the pineapple shell ������c  that it will stand upright; refill wit*  the fruit pulp, put on ths top and set ia  thv '���������** tot 'bit* house.  GOOD TOES FOR. Att  Blowing the Candle.  PLACE a lighted candle on a table  at the end of a room. Invite someone to stand In front of it, then  .blindfold him, make him take three  steps backwards, turn round three  times and then advance three steps and  blow out the candle. If he fails he  must pay a forfeit. It will be found  that very few are able to succeed, simple though the test appears to be,  "Brother, rin Bobbed."  Two players having seated themselves ,  side by side their heads are then covt  ered with a cloth or shawl, so that they  are blindfolded. One of the players, who  understands the game, slips the covert  ing from hia own h&d, and taking his  slipper, calls out, "Brother, I'm bobbed."  The second player replies, "Brother,  who bobbed you?" The flrst player  names one of the company, as though  he was making a guess, and the company, entering into the fun, cry out  "Wrong." The player then taps his  blindfolded companion on the head. He  at once cries out, "Brother, I'm bobbed." .  His companion asks him, "brother, who  bobbed you?" Naturally, the,.victim  calls out the wrong name, and It is generally some time before he discovers the  trick played upon him.  Capping Verses.  The players are supplied with slips of  paper and a pencil, and every one writes  a line of poetry, either original or from  memory. Then.the slips:must be folded.,  so thatthe line is hidden; but the last  word of the line must be written over  the fold. The slips are passed on, no  that a different writer supplies the next  line, which must rhyme with the last  word of the previous line. Again tha  ' Blips are pabsed on, a. new line is -written  and passed on with the new rhyming  word .written on the fold. When the pa  pers have gone the round of the  pany tiie slips are unfolded and U������  verses read out.  In the Land of Let's Pretend.   -  IN the Land of Let's Pretend,  Ah! what magic hours we spend* "  Boy and I are knights of old.  Clad in armor of bright gold,.  Or he a hunter after prey.  And I a bear, or wolf, gaunt, gray.  And with a fearful roar! Wo twaOB  ' Another day, light foes in Spain,  Ah! what magic hours we spend,  In the Land of Let's Pretend!  In the Land of Let's Pretend!,        /  Boy and I great Journeys wend;  A row of chairs become a train;    ���������.  The lounge a ship or Spanish mat^.  The'nig an island where we two  Are Crusoed���������till the story's through.  Guns, horses, armies, what a stone-  Springs up'^iponjthe-iiursery flood  Boy and I great journeys wend  In the Land of Let's Pretend.  ������������������'"'.'��������� '  In the Land of Let's Pretend  We have battles without end.  I the Dragon am, and -Boy,.  ' Brave St. George, his sword no tojj  But a "blade" that glitters bright.  Always for "the true and right."  The wicked bandits always yieldL  When   Boy  waves    his  sword aadL  shield, fr      '   '��������� ������������������'  In those battles without end,  In the Land of'Let's Pretend.  In the Land'of Let's Pretend  Ah! what njj-jiglc hours we- spend!  The witchery of elfland falls  Upon those modest nursery wallSL  Hosy childhood's fairy spell  Holds his soiil���������and mine as well.  Who fares the further, Boy or I,    _���������  , In day-dreams quests "to do or dUeT^  .ih me R what wondrous hours we sp������ma  In the "Land of (Let's Pretend!  William Erederlck   Pix,   in . The Delineator. ..  *  Rival Ponies  I  TWENTON  The smallest Shetland pony born and  bred In England.  FOR years the Shetland pony haa  been popular with those who could  afford to purchase one of these  diminutive animals, and in many  wealthy households they have been Installed oa pets, There has now appeared  what promises to be a serious.,rfvaLto  the Shetland pony, however, foroMflte  ponies have boon Imported from Iceland  of avaji smaller stature than those that  hall from Groat Britain's northernmost  'Bias,  The Iceland pony Is shaggier and altogether loss ��������� prepossessing; than his  Shetland kinsman, but ho makes an  ideal stood for tho little children of the  aristocracy to bestride. Society- has wltr  ona accord welcomed those little ani-  SOCIETY'S LATEST CRAZE.  Little Iceland ponies are now greatly  In fashion among the wealthy classes.  male as affording a hew diversion, anft  our picture shows one of the youngsters  fitted out In a suitable habit, with  gaiters and riding whip complote, receiving his (irst lessons In horseman-*  ship on the baok of thla novel mount,  New" Corset Covers       To PrcM biBt ***���������  A RATHER pretty fad tbls s*u.jon  is the embroidery corset cover.  "That Is nothing new," says  some one, "We have done those for  years." Perhaps you have, but have  you ever done them In colorf  If not, you she id do so at one*.  Work the scollops, eyeUti for the ribbon and whatever florai spray Is,used,  in somo dol'.cato coloi Forget-me-  nots in pal* bluo, or f.ny pinj*j,,ro������e-  buds are favorite motifs Ribbon the  same shade as the embroidery is  mil*nii irnwugu Uiu t>ntlt  'HMk p-rnVtoiflery mny U< Avne cither  In mercerised cottons or In Alo silk.  Thore.seems to be ratrei a prejudice  ugulnst using silk ou lingerie untie*  rials, yot in colors It generally launders botter than the cottons. The  white silk, however, is not to be advised, as tt turns very yellow, instead, uso.ajroou quality of mercer-  if you ca.-e for com ��������� under a sheer  blouse, such a corset cover Is really  very .effective, and <a not at all difficult to make. Choose one of th* patterns that slip on over ths head, fills  is a much better style tban to have aa  opening down tbe front  tiVBRY woman who has ever put at  I wurm Iron on silk knows Uio effect  ���������t Is n disastrous one yet seams muat  bo pressed flat. Accomplished tailors atul  dressmakers obtain the desired result*  by passing the open seam ovor th*  edge pf an Iron which i* Just warm  enough to leave It flat. Such treatment  does not. Involve any serious amount ot  labor, while It leaves the silk unharmed.  If the garment ia a large one It oan  sometimes be held taut by two persona  while a third passes tbe point of tu irvm  oVct th* seams.  llo'A to Finish a Skirt  IT 1* In ihr Dnivh *>t llw tunneid thai  the amateur dressmaker generally!  falls. In thla day of very lightweight materials it Is important that  the hem or facing of tbe skirt shoal*  be i������r������T>f*rlv trfnti-d T.tirlitWflBht HotNa  ���������nd materials of the *ort are xreaUy  improved by the use ot an Intsrfaakm  of pereallne, or something similar.  Taffeta, foulard, pongee and tha UE%  take on an added effect ef beauty wis*  m atrip of oaaton flannel ta similarly  used, Aa a matter of course, this interfacing if either shaped te flt th* akin  or cut bias and atltened lato ihipe. hm mm  THE XEWS, emiBERLAMD. BRITISH" COLUMBT&  _. Local At������ms*: f ;J4  Constable Wilson has a smite on that  won't come off. - Misa Wilson arrived  last Wednesday. '   '  Col Dudley, American Consul at Vancouver, Major Murphy, u. S. Consul  General were the gneets of Mr. G, W.  Clinton, American Consul, for a couple  of days last week.  Br. J>. K. Kerr, dentist, desires  to notify his numerous patrons in  Slid about Cuniberland that'his  next visit will be about the last  week in September.  Master - Wilt-Clinton who --hu������-���������*,������ ���������% -  Spending the 8nimner vacaiiou with lis  p irents, returned to Victoria last wat.k  where he will again attend the Collegiate  School.  .iVMHiu police.euur.;-uews:is unuvi.W...  flbly left out ae we received something  hotter by wire from Vancouver.  ��������� Mr. Charles Smith has left to attend  school at Walla WiillH.WaBhiugton. Miss  Peargeof Miuto will also attend the same  school.  Miss Mabel Abrams who has been s'ok  at Xauaimo is her many friends here will-  be pleased to kuow rapidly recovering.  Miss Louisa ..Biokle accompanied by  her mnthei left tor Victoria last week  where she will attend school.  Mr. James Hill has secured a portion  with Messrs Bryden and Kilpatrick as  bookkeeper and wjh reside in Ourten������y.  Master Lolpnd Mouuce left last week  fpr Viotoria where he will atte d Collegiate School for boys, nn 13olcher Street  He was accompanied by hia mother.  Itis iiltogetii.r likely that Constable Thomson's small family of  Seven Japs now at the provincial  jail living on the fat of the  land  will be considerably diminished by  Thursday or Friday of tins  week  that is provided customs'  officer  Eoe and the captain of the  Wan-  gard can make satisfactory arrange  ments with each other.    The boat  has returned to Union Bay and a-  gain be leaving in the course of a  few days.    The captain   has it  is  reported, been fined $350 for land  ing the Japs without the   proper  authority. , It" is altogether   likely  he will have to put up the amount  of the Japs' board bib at the  province's dining-room and other expenses before the Japs are ready to  go on board the - boat.    The  Japs  are to be sent back to sunny Japan  ���������***&������<ii>^-4''<*><S>&  'S  TURNOVERS, TAUTS,  CHEESE CAKE?,  FRUIT SQUARES  23ct���������������........ per doz.  CREAM PUFFS,... .30c doz.  MEAT PIES  Every Saturday  3 for 25c  BAKERY  v  v  ���������*y  ���������^>^<^<$><H>*W^M>^^<$^<^H><^  From   France,   Holland and  Japan.  seeds Trees  Plants  For Fall' Planting  Reliable varieties at reasonable  Prices,  K5**l'lea������e note thnt my fruit trees are  not irfM/wil   lJ'>lil   )iii|juiu;u   )>n;cu    luul  grafts, but.'are .buckled on own ������rowih of  sedhntf, fni'm;,Ignite uees.  Fertilizers, Hoc Supplies, Spr.iy  Pumps, SpfdyiWg Material, Out  Flowers, etc,  M. J. HENRY  Circenliouwcn and P. O. Ad  drCD8-~3OJ0 Westminster Road.  ' ' - ������*,      .   ' -I.''. ���������    ���������'    .Al ������l'.'W*Jv'*"  ''"'  ''"  Geology.  Boring  and  Sinkiwr  fl Great Opportunity.  for young men wishing lo obtain instructions in MINING and kindred  subjects;  An Evening Class will commence on Tuesday evening;  October ist, 1907, at7 p. m.   at John Cunliffe's house,  Cumberland, B.C.  Subjects dealt with will be;���������  Phis compnsps ihe various, classes of rocks that compose the crust of  the earth, especially those in which coal seams a-e enHosed and 1 d ac-  thereu, etc.  Al! modern methods adopted for boring, -sinking, and proving coal  seams, including hand boring, percussive boring by machinery, boring  with a diamond drill, ihe necessary appliances for such work .with com  parisons, as to efficiency and cost of each method. Sinking through watery stratta, and quick sand, the securing of shaft sides, their verticaiity  and lining, the sizes of sh.iftsand their most suitable position in a' coalfield, ce. "'  '  Comprising the plant'necessary for a modern up-to-date colliery where  a large output is of first importance.   This subject embraces the steam ���������  boiler, the injector, the steam engine, air compressing   plant, and   the  Mechani- drainage of mines, pumps and pu nping appliances, the fittihq up of shafts  calEmrin- 'J0til sur^ace anc* un-lerground, ropes, conductors, and cleaning arrangements, haulage llie different systems and comparat v.* economy of-each,  *'     various examples as to the sizes of engines, number of boilers, and. all  requisite machinery suitable for an extensive modern mine will be worked out and explained in full detail. '���������.���������,'  _      .         Dalton's Atomic Theory, the atomic weights of the several  elements,  m,stryiheir manner of combination and ihe changesthgt take place by coiribin-  relating to ation, the difference between simple an decompound gaser, etc.  _,,    ���������           Their nature, composition, chemical symbols, specific gravity and how  e    ases ascertained, the law of,diffusion, how affected by temperatures and press-  met with ,nures, and the manner they affect human or a,nimal llie.  Coal Mine*,  The different methods adopted, the furnace, the waterfall, the steam-  jet, and the fan (including the several kinds ol fans and their reputep ef-  Ventilation ficiency). the barometer, thermometer, anemometer and water-gauge, the  friction of air in mines, the effect of spliitin6 and extent to w/iich splitting  may be earned 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 1 surface and unqergi-ound survey, plotting  "''^^^���������^feSiy^ ������%������������������/!���������*_.���������;.:���������.���������. ..*,  Thi'fratige'sW^  larger than foams ^|i  necessary, but you'll JjMB  like the extra room./||ir |  since it takes ^jsfc'HI  less   fuel   and M  less fuss to do fffc \\i  better bakings J?  Oven    lined jp  with heavy as- " *  bestosto keep  heat where it  belongs; top,  bottom and back  uniformly  T.'-Ti-.TSiES  ������*  -*^      -     -     -  .������ ; "t-ifc'*\3QiMffir.r'-&l!\-;  ���������������������������&<.'^Mi&  .v*i.*^5^fft&?a?2  :s&^^M  T,hmVH m    :K  4>svB_s- a  . AXiX$  :V^S=I^SS  ^^S^.fi-  $  fhhOR  thick.   '^A^^tWnmWmWt^iL     Burns Wood  SNEBH^      or Coal  XFQR  drop-oven  door can't slam  down nor get wobbly on hinges,���������patent check-spring"!  stops that. Oven bottom is double���������perforated-steelloose'  bottom over the real oven bottom: level surface, always.  Way the fire;;door's built, and the special draft design,  make this the, most sensitive of ranges to control, ���������  easy to manage, sure to satisfy.   Come and look it  Over,���������you've seen no range Iilcgjtfejvthe money.  Tm 6URNEY FOUNDRY  ���������LIMITED^p^-^ Toronto  ������������������������' "^^SilBBBfc^.      ^m^^miWiW^     Montreal Hamilton  Winnipeg Calvary Vancouver  For Sale by Magnet Cash Store, Snle RetaMgents.  : ':���������***+**************������:*'*******.******&*****+>*  THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA.  .; aa   ;: Assets,; $45,400,000  .: A'v       PKP..SITS, S3'3.4bO,00O  Capital. 83,900,000  Resbrvk, $i,390,pO0 ���������  Surveying Aind pilan-making, how to adjust and check your, instruments and the  .      necessity of doing so regularly, the sysiems of keeping the field book  that the notes may be plotted at any future time.:  The level, its adjustment and uses, the manner of keeping the levelling book and p < tting a  profile.1    i''('       '���������--���������������������������.���������'' ,(. . ,  Their nature, composition, uses, and storage, comparisons of the effic-  of each kind, and the gase-; emitted by each after combustion.  Any or a|I the above subjects will be dealt with, .during the session  commencing on above date a*d ending about the end of May 1908, not  necessarily in the above order, but will be varied .to suit tlie requirements of the students.   For further particulars applp to  Cumberland, B. C, Sept 4th,'07.   ' JOHNCUNLIFFE.M.E'*  The Manager of the Royal Bank of Canada  will be pleased to serve those  who   believe   in ;:  Saving    Money  and placing it "where it will earn Interest.  Interest Added Four 'rimes a Year iii Savings Bank.  A 8. NETHERBY,   Maka^T"  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  A  ���������������������������������IP >W������������������W������ Wr_   I  Levelling.  Explosives.  Note.  ������ "T  SPECIAL CLUBBING OFFER  THE  Western Home Monthly  ��������� AND���������  The Cumberland News  The Two for One Year for  00  $2  Th* Wettwn Hmt Monthly hu long bttu ������eo������nlx������d t* iho  imlMtilluilrtld horn* mi|������ln������ ol WMttra C*n������il* nml It if id ty  ovir 33,000 Umllin ������v������y moHth.  It eonlilni ��������� wullh of kiding fiction, mlilnrinli (or men ind  women, ������ll������������itklr-ion IfitUm iub]ect(, wUleition*doztnormoiw  lUpMlmenli, under ip������ciililin.1������fd hr*d|n|i, tn Inlereitlw ind hilp.  Iul olh������n)emWilriev������r)'l������om������cI*fk  Out MibtcriUr 1 in uitid to lili* advintii* ol 1I.I1  special ofnn.novi  tooni** tit. eaaraa ro nun orriee  *i *tm\ imM������M������iww*iHmw*n������*  K.A1DA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS; OlADE TO   ORDES AND  IN ANV STYUE VOU UlISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  #*���������������<<������������������>������������������������>���������������<  'W'BTbJliiigr.Qi q-i:fts  Written in MB to call your ATTENTION,  MmmmtMMMNfMUHitlllttMHfMlMtlHmiM  S ib  , ibe uow and have your subscripton date from now until the  end of next year, December 31st,  1908.  BUTOHBB SHOP.  A womin niay cook i j,'ood ro,ist, but Umt is her bumnebs,  ,   A man may enjoy a boocI ronst, but thut'i Ins buiineii,  We sell good roasts of beef, la<nl>, atitl nmuon, th������i'_ our business,  Comox Co-operative Society,  F AITKEN,MWI������V  ������������������*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<  that thore there Is no nedemiity to a ond East for your Wedding Gifts, hk the  same Goods am ba purohased from tho undersigned for. LESS MONKY.  How iUhis done? Weill by no Clerks to pay, low reut, etc., knowing  where to bny aod paying Caih'or fame, STERLING SILVER, SILVER  .PLATE OUT GLASS, LEATHER GOODS, DIAMOND GOOD!?, etc, oto.  ."...* STOPDART; tie JBweler.  To make fortunes  of the future you;must  put   something , into,  the present  Gold-Coppers Pm  Big   Dividends     all  oyer British   Goiurn*  bla  m BKITISH COLUMBIA ILMBATID.  Oontniplpg over 100 View* In everything, Pout pnld 25o,, atamps  RICttBHT PltqVlNCH IN THR imiTISH KMPmB.  Nptblni .RIBKBD, Nothing GAINED.     Nothing VENTURED, NotblngWON  Spl������ndld Opportunity to Invest.  The rlobest mon in the world aro investing in JJ. 0f Copper-Gold nud Si!vor Mtaei  Why ORn'tyou begin now? Tbe greatest Gohl-Ooppor Discovery of the  Age Is in British Columbia,  m PODB CONSOLIDATED GOLD MINES, ltd.  Capital -  -  *026,OOO.  Every Dollar Subscribed used in Development of Mines.  Si������kcial Okkr, 20o. per Shark.  Mines directly west of Lo Rot, whose ahnres are now about 911; Le Rot No. 2 are  about lift and went up to llUOt nnd Oonaolidnted Mining and Hmelting Oo of Can.  hUm, Lid. ������Ji������i������*51m0 ������*wb, Omul Ciiiiiuiu'n* aluit-m uouui aUoi iirnouy Mmea  paid ovc*r f?,(W(()00 dlvlrtcndn <n IWHS;   V,\o Fomt ttmnyn from fd to 58001������ ^uld  oopper, i'Wer, with 8*2 per oent jn the Treasury on railway near smelter. '  Nam���������Mart of tbwe mines Hold for a few oens oboe, but over oapitalUed even  now pay Big Dlvideeds.  Ha four will jump to 11 soon.  Rouiano Mines received Highest Awards for Holiest gold>oopper ore sent to St.  Louis ExpoaUlou. BIO FOUR bad BEST DIHPLAY at Dominion Fnir. N������w  Westraioster, frX" No less theu iou stiares Mold. Shares oan be bod on instalment plan, or yoarly contract, 16 per oent cash, baloneo monthly,  Company has no debts or liabilities,    fiend for illustrated Vrospeotus to Sony,  BIQ FOUR MINE8 Ltd.. P. 0. Box 174, VANCOUVER. B.C.  "   "'   ' "-  "' -"     "-       ���������������������������  ,'     t    - ���������     ������������������ !  How to get a Watch FREE���������Call at  the News office and we will tell you how to  ...; getpne of Stc^da^s^vlthout^oney-,' ��������� . ���������,  -'^v!,v!riiii,"'i^''tf* '       N.ghit;'.;,llf|im^^ri lil'.'r.;i*V''-',ll'''"l^  -v..**'


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