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 lap  i.   **.  ��������� 'frl  ���������r ;���������������*���������������;  A.  i^mV^i  *  FOURTEENTH   YEAR.  CUMBERLAND,   B. C WEDNESDAY      JANUARY, 30     1907  ^  ^^^^SSSStmm  B&R,  ^���������4^V=a>*^4i***^^  Tinware, Esaanjeiware, Knives. Forte, &c,  The Magnet Gash Store Leads Them All.  NEWS NOTES OF THE  CITY  Mr R, Chalmers is vorv low wiih  pneumonia,in thn Hospital, a xob-  uh oi La Grippe.  Vote the Winning Side  R. Grant  Miss NabI. returned from a visit  Bust on Thursday,  Mrs W. W, Anderson arrived  hn. week and ia visiting her par*  en!*, Mr and Mn Horbury.  Mrs McKnight arrived from Crofton by same boat and ia vit.lt.ng  friends here,  Mr Brobeok, 0. P R. engineer in  -hat-go returned   from Vanoouver  Tuesday last.  Mif J. Franer returned   Thursday  from a vinit to Vancouuer.  . McBride and good  .     Government  ������C mmm  Arrangements have been made by  whioh the returna from outside will  be received here on 8aturday night  ntt������*r the polls Copies will be  filed at the rooms of the Conservative and Liberal afeaooiittious.  Mr Alan Anderson has been  pUc'.l on the ������t met Joan, aa  freight clerk.  Mr J. B, Bennott and party ro '  turned "from their No.theru canvas last Friday, V  Word received froin Mv Grant  states that great sucohbb was met  wiih in the North, und a good majority from thoue stations iti assured  jor him. Owimi to ice, great dill-acuity was experl������ri)Bed in reuohing  aomw points.  Vote for Grant  A ourious and rare ooo������rro������oe in  tliese waters ii reported by travel-  lore who oroaaed the Oomox Bur  during thelate eold snap, The on  tire channel, about 5 miles wide,  botween Comox spit and Pentium  , spit, was oovered over with a thin  sheet of ice, and numerous wild  im) were imprisoned and unable to  froo themselves from the frozen  surface,  Mr F Ramhy Wl for tbe North -  ern polling stations with tbe Iml  lot boxes and papers on Monday*  He will remain at Alert Bay until  ,tlier the election, and pickup the  boxes on tbe road down.  "How nre the mighty fallen"  "OlaUa" John Oliver, it is roported  ,Mo niorlitlly airuld of aome ������x*  pom re that he dare not leave hia  dl������trict for a minute before polling  dny,  ��������� Mr Grant hai not yet  returned,  though tome of bit party are hack.  POLITICALMEETINGS  Meetings were held last week at  Union Bay, on Thursday- -evening,  Cumberland Friday, and Courtenay  Saturday, and on Monday after-  noon at Denman Isiund. Mr  Blakemore was accorded a splendid  reception at all these places, and  the tone of the meetings was decidedly : Conaorvative, Mr Bennett  charged Mr Blakemore with being  hostile to the School syi-uem, and  this allegation wit-s utterly refuted  by the latter in hia remarks. At  Cumberland, the same Liberal ar-  utneiitsiy e.-e followed by Mr Bennett, who dwelt at come length on  the Kaieu Island grant. This, by  the way. has long been dropped by  the leaders'ot; the party as abortive,  aud it is surprising that Mr" Bennett continues to waste valuable  time on ii. At Courtenay, the following evening, there was a good  dealu. warmtwork, by Mr Bennett  speaking of i-|ie footbridge,over the  Tsolum being biiilt to accomodate  ono family. luPtantiy every settler  living on the,. Mi-Kt-lveye prairie  hide With hia fri--nda Umdly demanding the retraction of the statement  which waa withdrawn before Mr  Bennett could proceed* ^-r Blake*  more, in his veiy able addressee,  explained to his hearers, what has  been long wondered Ju the District,  why Mr Molnue- left the Yukon-.to  enter Provindai-.politics, the reason  _wa^%e^aid~beciiTUi*e~rhe~leaiier6-oi-  the Liberal-purty.-in the Territory  -had sent a written demand to Pre*,  init-r Laurier for hie immediate dis  mieeal their reasons for1 this action,  be fc-aid, he wnuld not give, pave  that they were unfit for publication.  Mclnnes had also stated in Alberni,  that Laurier   had   asked   him   to  ���������slump tl)������. Province.'   This last was  challenged by Lii-eral* in the audience, at whicii ti.tj speaker offered  to prove his woida in every n-npooi.  The meeting at Courti-may continue  the reports which have been re-iterated that- Grant is aestired of a Bub-,  'tautial mujoryy   at  that  polling  staldon.   Mr Bl/ikeraore  left .immediately after the Denman'"meet  ing 1&drive tu Qua lieu m,  whence  he.proceeded Tuesday to speak  iu,  Napaimo that evening.  , \     '    _ a-: '.   ;  ;' DANOE  t A Valentine's Dance, the livat of  the 'feat-ton before Lent, will be  given on Monday evening Feb 1 Uh  in the Cumber and Hail, by the  young iiiriifca nf Trinity Chinch,  Every lady is r- guested to represent some chameter typical of St. ���������  ValpfitW'K Day. ,  Adrai������si"i/7*) fonts for gentlemen  Ice croain aud other refreshments  will* be sold Hiring ;nil evening.  DtiATH  The* tail nVw* arjrived here 8un-  dayW-M*tfiW*of MImO. Hlg-  fintif^u^nJr o*f>*Mr B. Higgins of  ������ti\&l,too\mfo,   The licensed   was  ajfion^id yc-ara old,   Who had been  -���������  * "  ���������       1 ��������� ���������     *    i������i     (  ���������llll��������� \-,"4*\ <���������."*������������������   U4_"Vfi 1    ������'������l*4-*������     uvr  eiup">i ������ntfi iiu������>vneii!������ onia, resulting latuUy. Tlta funeral was held  yef'Tday. Th������ greatest sympathy  I* fell fi.r the family in their bereavement.  "MA' GUIDNUSS, WULLIE" !! I  Now*,   whnt   do   yon   think of  Melnnes ?  Young Billy's n daisy, you   bet i  His high roll**, in Yukon, wero a  terror to look on,  which Sir Wilfred can never forget  Socialism.  Oonservatism  and LitoralM.  It is regrettable that the cause of  Socialism is not sumViunily strong  in this district to have warranted  the placing of a candidate in the  Bold lo contest ibis neat at the  coming election. It is too late to  pass vain regrets in so far as that  Id concerned, but 11 U uot aunts to  discuss the relationship of the two  leading parties 10 one another and  wherein both differ essentially from  Socialism.  The record of Socialist members  of the late Legislature shows a. continual struggle during the whole of  each session to fight bills through  wbiob would ameliorate the condition of the labor classes. The  Liberal press and vmany of the  Liberal candidates have eurpasKed  the previous recoid of any parly  in their mud slinging pro pen Hi-  ties against tho Soeialists. Let  us see if the latter have merited the*?e attacks. In aU ages reformers who have endeavored to  introduce measured whic/i would be  the means oi bettering the conditions of the working clauses have  been persecuted, maligned and  black-guarded, Uieir work and influence belittled by unscrupulous  slanderers, who, by appealing to the  prejudices and credulity .of the  people endeavored to misconstrue  their motives as having emanated  trom the basest feeling-. It is in  this light that thu Liberal party  and press.as a wholo are-showing  up at'the present time, re.orting to  methods which are bound to destroy their influence- and prestige for  Lir dealing. Is,it because the-=e  -meti-tJi-t-im-uidi -viU-uul s-w-ho-r-uu-the-  party.,press think or.know that 'the  belief.-.' or theories o'i"Socialists if  put -iul������ praoike would be ���������subversive to the"be'-H intereatfiof the  people in* general ? ��������� Tbey are well  aware thai no governing system  would bring greater general prosperity, but. ihey try 10 convince  themselves it is Utopian��������� and when  our istlfi'ih interest"*, are al stake it  is easy tu do so���������i\*rgoMiug that ' at  the beginning everything is seemingly Uiopian or visionary whioh  offers social aujoloriaiion.  The word Liberal as applied to  that pariv appuuis to ar.iuy people  a:-equivul-hnLtoprogres6iveiiec*ii,aiid  all that it implies, forgetting ihat it  is the principles of the party which  bhould be cunsiueied, Conserva-  1 ism to oilier* means ibe limiting  uf the. governing power-) 10 privileged individuals and the encouraging  of mcuopolies at tho cxponne of the  people. It can easily be shown that  these ideas regarding these parties  are erroneous et-pccially with reference to that of the former, ae the  record of each proves, when examined in contkcikm wiih many of  ihe bills and amendmenta introduced in the late Legislature. Tho  following are the more important  ot thoae introduced by Socialist  members :���������  A bill brought forward by Hawthoratb*  vraiiu ������o uJfu.'UiJi* from worki.'**' iu tho minon  tlume who did uut have the required know-  lodge or OiTioienoy, Tail wm p**������*d altar  iwvore tig.iuiig iu tho Houne but hu uovur  be������to niforoed,  - HtuvVhoruthwulte'i light in the matter of  tho Settler* Xti^hU in the K. * 1ST. bolt  ������how'i. oouvlumvely tlmt there hat nuvor  beon iM.otliur M.P P. tn -B.O. who Iim kept  tho iiiiiite.U uf the working olaw no oun*  tlauonaly to the front,  (Ireitt niii>ntution wat miuiildatod townrda  tbeAVyrknitu'e Uuuiuonvutioo Act by both  ptiuea jUkhough tianliy pentad,  Ao Aot to vuDiab any employer of labor  who would dttoriminate agmont any one for  joining or beit-ft a m tuber ������( itoy Tredee  Union iTftii Btijumrtcd by 4���������ineinltcw and op*  poMd.t hy ������9, Nttui tho Nim.il ttikeo by  ij'ttli I'mtio* atf������iu������l, thin bill, u.ipMiMy by  .���������if. T,.l������i.r������l*i tl-c nn iv.iIIhH frirniin t*) nf  Itihtir,  llHWthornthwalto'i n������nt in oonneotma  witn the Kight iiour Uiy troin "Imun to  bauk," ajoi*iU no (iir;hurmi.ntl(.n hire. Ilia  rvotird in thin nmt-or ulumlrt npei*k tor itNlf  Hii. bill to rtnluoe tlie wnrkiua day in the  ami l<i(tra wnt (Mt'tatoii tiy tuvo voi������n. inn  vote* uf the Ltlwritl p*r;y, the ohmapiotiR (?)  uf labor, iu f*vur of thi** bill were u������mn  ounopiouoUK by ihoir ulucnoo. Molmin  ���������mi J. A. M"l������oii������Ul vnttd egitinat it.  HewthornvhwMte'i aii.eiiduif'i.t to the  A-.e-sment Aot r������Kln('i'ii| tht* tt*teut tatcen  on .arm*. itM������t*etl at a^OU jj- a^d. i'r:m-  mn khditld not overlook that f tct.  iUmhi-i'Mhwaiin'** jJi'ipi."������l '<������ in.*ri������n ������  th* * Jioui-t of e<.ri������poiiai:li������n (t.������m $|.Vi'i t-������  fiJUWO eomiiiK dtdter iho .VuT-kmnu'u C   u  pvuiMti'-ii A'A i * oik*"! whero (im.'.li rciullcd  from iojnry, wm carried on a mixed vote.  Grant never yet refused,  help when asked, to  friend and foe alike  The great Liberal spell-hinders  have dr.-pped every one of their  stock argumen Us usedin the beginning of the .campaign, and which  wore uired up hore by "Oialla"  ���������lohn, Mr Drury, W.W. B Molnnea  et, al. Better Tenuis, Kaien laland  C. & Wi ily, M & V |,-y> have all  been decently Lid away aud allowed to grow whisker?, aad tno C. 1\  R.���������McBride alliance ie now their  war cry, and thia.ia one that is  quickly dampened bp the Conservative oounteryell���������G. T P. Magio  letters! Can it be possible they  itaiid for���������"Gold Tby Portion", to  the Libeml Machine ?  Mr Blakemore, editor of Viotoria  "Week", and Mr Holmes, of the  ''Colouist" visited the distriot last  week.  J. A. McDonnhl voted against it, ������he  ainwidurien-. was tiually ohrowu out.  H-iwthom'.hvvdttd lntrodtioed iu tlm aes.  si.vi ttf 19015 a lull to re<biv-o tho depusit of  ������200 by cinaiuaieis to ������100, Ou the ueoomj '  roitnn-jjit curried by Iti volos lo" 15, but wan  a/tarwAtds etraugled m cum.-nittae by thq  Lil-traU, but wn. agaui roiu^tatea by a vote  of 22 Co lli on the ordor of tho day through  the ag-jresNiveueus of H-awthomthwaite, J.  A. M'uDuuald voted ag-tiuut. it. It is quite  ti churacter study to note the doiuiua-tt;  .qoalitieu of thoue two men, the former  rU-hting tooth and nail in the interests of  lab. r, tnu otlier d.ttiig hia uiinoi-t io counter,  act Hawthornthwaite'* good worka  rla.rthoiuth vaitu't- Ainbulauoe Aot poaa-  ed aud iu now tvv . ....  The aaiendment introducbd by Williaaig  -p*MviditigUi.-.Bu-4u,ekLyJB&yiday_eawied..(jB^   the Nbcoud reading by 15) to  13.   . lu  the  conunittee staya rivij. of the Uborule���������the  fnemie (?) of labor���������who voted id favor of   ,  it  deuid'.'d ou some pretext ur auother bo     *  vote  agutuat it, which, just i*bout revemed  the previous vote. '  Considering the above'record of  the two leading parties it isdiffioult  to define wherein thoir principles or  platform differ, so unit it would bo  simply a wasti? of time fur tbo  worker to record bi.-i votV, when  ihe-e are only tho iwo parties re*  presented, an u will ndt make the  Hliglitebi diSwreiice to bim which  party is in power. It is fortuiiKto  for the laboring ola-ii-os, wheu tboro  happens to bo a third party, such  ae the Socialist or Labor holding  tho balance.of power; tbe leading  party oan ihon bo forcod to pans  laws di.ec.ly beneficial to the peopla  for feat of being turned out,  It is one of ihe favorahle signs of  the tirm>H that S'lciali-nri is gradually arising from tho ob-jounty in  which it has been sunk-.o long, fu  epite of the ubut-i-j which has been *  hurled at it by tho capitalistic press  in particular, it prove1) onco again  that truth will prevail, thai the  natural intuition of the people oan  discriminate between right and  wrong. That tho principles of So-  ciali-jm will ultimately dominate  the world lherocan.be no doubt,  The fact th'tt the fundamental principle of all its teaching is baaed on  the idea that there U nothing under  the aun more precious than The human being, wiU demand its accept-  aoco in time us a world wide moral  force Cli.B!������ legislation and monopolistic combinations may fight  with all tbe onor^y at their com-  muml to porfjutuato the present  syhtom, which flourishes on the exploitation of the soul and body of  the worker; but it is impoesihio  that it oan oontinue for when the  individual realizes that hi������ inter'  estn and that of his foi low* mnn nte  paramount to ovory other consider**  ation,  tho  solf - degradation, de'  *      ������ ���������     .        , 11 i t.. H ,  L/.1 Ul-ilV.J ,    ...t-4     V-....i'i     .)l.,v���������   I-l   I i,lt  uiiCC* .C>Uil '���������'.   iAXALii,   cprjt.ijiu'u<f  will cease or bo -swept away, inolud-  ing tfuuii idcts as dim dlviaioni;  national boundaries, fiiigi or paint'  cr, rmn nnd ������������)l *.nah tYinnfttrMiii-i  abiurdititfS which emanate front)  distorted methods of thinking, pre'  jndico and intolerance.  That is what Sociftliara^fs, a<?  hroad as the world and a* oornpro'  lid.,-I.i. iit**. il !.*��������� pti.-r-iblc far ll.i*  m>nd t^ Rra*"p, taking i������econd plac^  i-i tn'ir".i l'r'tr'ni.vn t un ivjani','-  lition o'thcir rftiit������iot,3 or ?(*oular.  Al.KX. C A Ml'it hit. t,  t VMIIKKl,iU(t������. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  o*  ^**4999*99^<999*999+999+9+9+9999999499+9*'r  Olive's Courtship *  BY LAURA JEAN LIBBEY  Author of "A Cruel Revenge/' " A Forbidden Marriage," "A Beautiful Coquette/' "The  Heiress of Cameron Hail."  i49+999999994999+999999999<>9999*49+9+99+4>999  (Continued.)  CHAPTER XX.  It was rather a new experience to  Nova to find herself one of the many  young girls stitching away, for a few  paltry shillings per day, in one of  the largest dress emporiums of the  great metropolis. She had secured  lodgings with her only friend.  At the end of the third day an  event happened which changed tho  whole course of her life,  A beautiful mauve-gray traveling  dress had been brought up from the  work-room, and the forewoman had  handed it to Neva for a few extra  stitches here and there which appeared to have been overlooked.  "The young lady who ia to wear  this is very particular," she remarked; "and as Miss Olive Kneeland is a good customer, we are anxious to pleuse her."  Olive Kneeland���������how strangely  sweet the name sounded to Neva! It  puzzled her, too, for it almost seemed to her as though she had heard it  before, somewhere. And as her fingers 'flew deftly over the fine, -, soft  gray frills, she fell to wondering what  this Miss Kneeland, who was so soon  to be a happy bride, was like.  Was she tall, slight, aud dark, or  was she fair? Would her wedded lifo  be sunshine or would it be stormy  and unhappy?  While she was wondering, there was  a flutter in the work-room. The forewoman came to her, hurriedly exclaiming, "Here is Miss Kneeland  now: You must give me the traveling-dress at once."  Neva involuntarily dropped her  work, and glanced up. Miss Kneeland was standing but a few feet distant, regarding her with interested  eyes, probably because Neva was  busy with hijr^Tr^elln^arSgsT'���������'���������-  "How beautiful she is, but how  proud and cold looking!" thought  Neva, as she beheld the tall, slim,  haughty young girl standing there in  tho sunlight, its bright rays glinting  her brown hair and changing it into  gold. But her eyes attracted Neva  most; they were so large, so blue, so  wonderfully expressive.  Sho spoke a few words to the forewoman, then turned with a very  graceful bow and left'tho room.  Olivo Ivneelaiid! Where had Neva  heard that name before? For an  hour or more sho pondered over it,  then suddenly it came to hor Uist  where. The work sho was doing fell  from her hands, and a great sobbing  cry broke from her lips. Groat Heaven! she remembered! She hud heard  that name upon tlio lips of the handsome- young husband who had wedded, then deserted her!  When she had asked him tho question if ho had over loved any one  beforo he loved hor, he had' answered:  "Yes, I did love a young girl boforo I mot you, but sho wns so cold  and proud that she froze my lovo,"  Whon sho had asked her namo ho  had hesitated an instant, thon answered, slowly, "Olivo'Kneeland."  Tho shock was so great it almost  killed Nova. At thut moment one of  tho girls, who wan standing at the  window, called suddenly to hm* companions,  "Miss Kneeland '��������������� Just about to  enter hor carriage," sho said. "Hor  iHitrothod is with hor. Como, girls,  and see what a handsome fellow he  is, Why, I positively onvy hor, lie Is  ho devoted to her. Yos, I predict for  Miss Kneeland a happy Jifo whim sho  Is Mr, Itoger.dlondonning's wifo, ilo  fairly idoIls.es her. Ah, mo! how  sweet it is to be loved! Come, girls,  and boo ahem drlvo off."  AU tho girls rumhed to tho window,  Neva never know how sho reached It,  It seetnod to her that tho room wns  whirling around her, and the voiced  of hor companions sounded far ott,  like the voices ono hears in dreams,  Hhe pressed her whito face close to  the window-pane and looked down.  Ah I surely her ears had not docclvod  her, They had uttered the no rite  Roger Glendenning. Was sho mud or  dreaming? Ah. angels in heaven, be  pitiful I It was hel It was a wonder sho did not fall dead then and  thi-vr.-.  The gentleman in tho victoria,  glancing cuauaiiy up, -*>.*.������ th<- k'";jI'  of girls looking eagerly down ut his  lady-love, ond ho ftn.Ui'd nmuneilly.  raising hi������ hnt from his fair, hand*  noma nirhi with a eoiirteotiH lio ������������������.  .-AlH.V |,lli M.V, *N\. ���������������*, J I'-"." ���������'���������"���������'"illy back in tho gr������*ati*Nt von fun ion.  Hhe seemed as though turned to  stono,'her fnco glued tn the window-  pnno, nnd her eyon riveted on the eyes  glancing up laughingly into her own.  H was no di'i-tin., no illusion. Of  All tho fuel's the world h<*lil, hint  would know that ono. Ilo hnd pnrt-  td from bi*r with I'lin-Hycs (in.I t*n-  denring words, and once out of  ftifc'hf, nli*' *vjin out nt mind. He- hnd  hiinplv fiii'entti'ti her, or r*"t-retti.i|  that huxty tnui-rlngo, nnd .{jno*nd her  altogether. And 6hc loved him so!  Ah. pitying God! in spite of all his  neglect, sne loved him still,  "Come 'r'-vay from the window,  miss, and attend to your work," the  forewoman called out sharply to  Neva. But the girl did not hear���������her  thoughts had followed her heart���������  they were with tho two whirling  down the avenue.  "He is going to marry Miss Kneeland!" The words rang through her  brain like a funeral knell. Sho clutched her hands tightly over her heart.  Uoxv could he marry the beautiful  Miss Kneeland, when he was already  wedded to her? A man could have  but one wifo.  The forewoman crossed over to the  window and shook the girl angrily by  the shoulder, exclaiming: "Why arc  you not at your work? You are not  paid to loiter here, and we so busy.  You must attend to your business if  you want us to keep you here."  Neva turned slowly toward her.  She did not even comprehend what  she was saying, her brain was so  confused. When the woman caught  sight of the death-white face sho  started back with a little cry.  "Are you ill, miss?" sho asked, anxiously.  "111!" Neva" laughed aloud, the  most horrible and yet the most piti-  J- ful laugh that over fell from mortal  lips. "I am so ill that I wish death  would come to me and set me freo  from this awful pain!" she moaned,  clutching her hands still closer over  her throbbing heart. t  The woman took the work from  her hands.  "You are not able to finish Miss  Kneeland's traveling-dress," she said.  "I will give it to some one else to  do, as it must be finished immediately. She is to be married to-night or  tr6*-**^TrowT"I"ha^^^  what the date is. She is a very happy girl," went on. the forewoman,  volubly and thoughtlessly, "for he is  marrying her for love; and when one  marries for love, the world is heaven  to them."  Whiter and whiter grew Neva's  face. She never heard the last word,  for while it was on the woman's  lips her hands had dropped listlessly  to her side, her head drooped on  her chest, she swayed to and fro for  an instant, then, without a moan or  a cry, fell senseless at tho woman's  feet.  When hor eyes unclosed, and consciousness began to reassert itself,  sho found herself on the back porch  of tho emporium, ..whoro they had carried hor. A little girl stood by hor  side, alternately fanning hor and  holding a glass of ice-water to hor  parched lips. In an instant tho events  through which sho hnd just passed  recurred to her, and tho littlo girl  standing beside hor grow frightenud  to seo hor bury hor faco in her hands  and weep violently,  "I think I will leave you now tlmt  you havo come to," said tho girl,  "for I must make haste to carry Migtj  Ivnooland's dross to hor."  noon; race; you v<vouid nol"*wanc to  crush a young girl's heart, wreck he*  future, make life a burden for her.  You are beautiful as a dream; you  are rich. .1 can not wonder that any  one should love you; but, ah, me! ah,  me! I wish to Heaven you had never  been born!" And here Neva gave  way to hysterical weeping.  "JH.v good girl," exclaimed Miss  Kneeland, greatly shocked and bewildered, "I have not the least idea  what you are trying to get at. Be  so kind as to tell me what you want  of me. I am very, very busy today, and can illy spare the time that  I am giving vou now."  "Yes, I ���������ivill" tell you," moaned  Neva, ..wringing her hands, "and let  my every word b������ a prayer to you.  They tell nie that you���������you���������love  Hoger"Glendenning, dear lady; but,  oh! you must, not love him���������you must  not marry him���������for he is nil I have  in the world! if you take him from  me 1 shall die! and���������and my spirit  would hmint you so, night ami day,  that you would never find a moment's  peace or'happiness'; with him."  ��������� *       .a  (To he continues.)  New Atlantic Record Broker**,  tt will be' a twelvemonth before tho  Mauretania Is ready fur sea, and somewhat loan before the Lusitania makes  her Initial voyage. When, however,  these vessels get to work, the Atlantic  passage ought to he out down to Ave  days, for under the agreement with the  British Government they are to be capable of maintaining a minimum average speed of from 24 to 25 knots per  hour in moderate weather. They should  thus be a knot or a knot and a halt  faster than the Kaiser Wilhelm IL oaf  the Norddeutcher-Lloyd Co., which now  stands in the first rsnk. What'tho further reduction of the Atlantic passage  Implies to tne British Empire is as yet  perhaps Imperfectly understood. It  may mean that we shall see a further  substantial cutting down of the Canadian route to the Par East, thanks tn  the adoption of the turbine both on the  Atlantic and on the Pacific, and that;  people may presently be able to travel  round the world by way of the Dominion, Japan and thet Trans-Siberian  BaMvra.y within the compass of a holiday of quite reasonable length.���������Daily  Telegraph.  He Caught It,  On the arrival at Yokohama of the  transpacific steamers" there Is always  a crowd of Japanese peddlers to clam-  ber on board with their various wares.  Upon our arrJvaI"T^tic������dToWT)f"the"  J aps -with an [ assortment of jewelry  which 'was very attractive. Among  tho passengers was a schoolteacher of  Manila returning from his vacation, a  big giant ot a fellow. His eye was attracted by the Jap's offerings, and he  spied a big seal ring, a very swell look*  Ing affair.  *'How much, boy?" be Inquired very  abruptly.  "I sell him cheap���������fifteen yen" ($7.50),  replied the Jap.  "Humph," and the teacher retired to  his book.   '���������'���������*.'  "How much you give?" Inquired the  Jap, following him up.  "I tell you, I don't want it"  "You make offer."  ���������'I tell you, I don't want it," ejaculated the American,   "Now get,out"  "I sell him cheap,   How tnuchV"  "Oh"-to  get rid of bim-"half a  yen" (00 cents).  "All right; you catch hlm."���������Judge's  Magazine of Fun.  Food.  ���������'But food value.   Has your compound a food vn lue?" ���������;"'  / "Certnluly.  Don't I tell you It can  and  The End of Books.  What brings about the end of books?  Is Jt fire, water, worms? As every  uhip launched is bound to be wrecked,  iirery theater to be burned, the finis of  the book is its reduction to ashes.  What became of the Alexandrian library? Did the Saracens burn it in  640? There is this question asked:  Was there any library at Alexandria  containing TOO.noo books? Gibbon inclines to the opinion that there was no  such library. Canon Taylor insists that  If there had beeu ti library It was burned in the time of Julius Caesar. Tradition seems to I udioate, however, that  there was a library in tbe serapeum,  by no means a large collection, but  whether destroyed by Tbeophilus or  Theodosius Is not known. It looks as  if the charge brought against the Arabs  rested on no foundation. Explorations  of Alexandria iu 1.S95-IK? show no traces  of the serapeum. The seaport of Egypt  was built on a damp foundation, and  granting that there wns a library, if  not destroped by fire, then the papyri  might have suffered from decay due to  water. Books of today taken to India,  to the southern states and to the West  Indies perish through mildew".  Robin-aon Crn-iof*,  The second volume of "Robinson  Crusoe," by Daniel De Fot-, published on  Aug. 20, 1719, was tbe first sttry published in England with Illustrations.  The Illustrations consisted of a map  of the world, in which the different  voyages of the hero of the tale were  delineated. The flrst volume of "Robinson Crusoe" was published In April,  1719, and became popular at once. A  second edition was printed seventeen  days after the first, twenty-five days  later another followed, and a fourth  was published on Aug. 8 of the same  year. On Aug. 20 the second volume  was issued; under the title of "The  Further Adventures of Robinson Crusoe; being the second and last part of  his life and of the strange, surprising  account of his travels round three  parts of the globe. Written by himself. To which isadded a map of .the-  world, In which is delineated the voyage of Robinson Crusoe."  Have You Insured Your Skin?  A 'North-West farmer died recently  from blood poisoning   following   the  prick of a rusty nail.   A tin tack on  which he trod, penetrated a Chicago  boy's toe, and he   died   later   from  lock-jaw.     Both these deaths could  have been averted if a box of Zam-  Buk had been handy.   The air is full  of   poisonous   germs   and   microbes  which settle'   on   wounds   and���������and  j what? ,  If left to go their own way  t they set up festering, suppuration and  j frequently blood poison.   If Zam-Buk  * is   applied  these  harmful germs are  killed and the wound is healed.  One of the greatest living chemists  has proved that Zam-Buk has more  power to kill harmful microbes in  wounds than crude carbolic acid, and  does it painlessly. A little Zam-Buk  appled to a cut, a sore, a burn or a  bruise which breaks the skin, prevents the wound from taking the  wrong turn, and speedily heals it.  Mrs. Bright, of Johnstone,, N. B.,  says: "I got mv finger poisoned by  the prick from a needle, and as it got  very bad I applied some old fashioned  remedies. It continued .to'get worse,  and I then tried Zam-Buk. This both  cleaned the wound and healed it and  soon all trace of the injury was gone."  In cases of cuts, burns, bruises and"  other injuries Zam-Buk is the best  "insurance." It is equally good for  eczema, chronic ulceration, ringworm,  scaling sores, abscesses, inflamed  patches, running sores, bad leg, old"  wounds, etc. Also for chapped hands.  Of all druggists at fifty cents a boxr  or-post free from the Zam-Buk Co..  Toronto, upon receipt of price. Six  boxes for $2.50. ���������  *  -ii  During the last trip of the Pacific  liner Tartar, which is now at Vancouver, a fire broke out, but the captain kept the news from the passengers and avoided a panic.  A Corlot.lt-In Fig-area.  The following remarkable contribution to the curiosities of figures consists of two series of numbers, of  :W:hich--no-desci-iptioh^.ls_necessary,^as_|  they speak for themselves. Perhaps  there is no special profit in them, but  they are worth preserving neverthe-  less:  .. 4  12  123  1234  12345  123456  1234S67  12345078  1  12  123  1234  12345  123456  1234567  12345678  123456789  times  times  times  times  times  times  times  times  times  times  times  times  times  times  Units  times  times  9 plus  9 plus  9p]-.M>  9 plus  9 plus  9 plus  9 plus  8 plus  8 plus  8 plus  8 plus  8 plus  8 plus  8 plus  8 plus  8 plus  8 plus  2 equals  3 equals  4 equals  5 equals  6 equals  7 equals  8 equals  1 equals  1 equals  2 equals  3 equals  4 equals  5 equals  6 equals  7 equals  8 equals  9 equals  11.  111.  llll.  Hill.  lllllli  lllllli. ���������  11111111.  1111UUX.  987.  9876.  Heart relief In en hour.���������A lady in N������~-  Vork Rtpte, writing of her cure bv Dr,  Aajnew's Oure for the - Hnn-rt, says: "I foot  like one brought bnck from tho dead, po  threat wan my sufferine from heart trouble  nnd ao almost miraculous my recovery  throtiBh the agenc of thin -powerful treat*  ment.  I owe my life to it."���������19  Western cattle suffered heavily during the great storm.  The Canadian Pacific Hy. are again J  running; their annual excursions to>$jF  Eastern Canada from Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, the tickets being on sale November 24th to Decem-  hi-- 31st and good to return within  ~tbree months.      ""'"    '  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  R-ataslt-iB Army Food.  In the Russian army two days' 9  week are .observed as fasts, Wednesdays and Fridays, on which days all  the soldier gets In the way of food is  lentil soup and black bread and a  drink consisting of water in which rye*  bread has been soaked,  9S7C54.  987654S.  98765432.  D87CC432L  Aceonn.eil For,  ���������'BlIgginB believes that we are in duty  bound to overlook people's faults.'!,  "Indeed," snld Miss Cayenne, "That  accounts In some measure for his self  esteem,"���������Washington Star.  *  An Unn������eea������a-r-f Ones tion.  In an instant a thought occurred to ���������;. _ _.���������__,���������_,, ,' ,_._';,:" "_ lTm,+_ ,  Neva. In a flash sho had clasped tho ���������/��������������������� cooked in less than one min tei  girl's hands, and tho girl started,, eaten In less thnn anothery-Puck.  hack, they wore so burning hot,  "Lot mo go with you," sho whispered, hoarsely. "I must soo Miss  Knee land.''  "I don't think tho forewoman  would object to your going, for  there's two packages, and I should  havo to make two trips," roturnod  the girl. "Somo one suggested that  you should go with mo to got tho air  in crossing tho park, but they  thought you wero too weak. I'll go  and sny that you'd llko to help tne  with the packages,"  In less timo than it takes to toll  It tho girl reappeared, and thoy  started on what was to Nova tho  most important errand of hor lifo.  A servant admitted thom, taking  the bundles from thorn, remarking  that it was Impossible for Miss Kneeland to see them just then.  "You can return.   I will stay horo  and rest a little," said Neva to her  companion; and tho littlo girl    ro- ,  turned ulono to tho establishment,  The door had no soonor closed af- '  ter hor than Nova turnod beseeching-*  ly to tho sorvnnt, try Inn out that  Mie must noo Alms Knot-land, as her  eiiai.U, Wa* u UiiilUi ui hia ilf  death.  This brought Olivn down ftt onco,  Hhi. looked at tho girl in wonder, ro-  cotriil'/ing her ns thn one In tho   cs*  .     .   . *   l III      t     ,.-    ,���������    ,,.,���������,!,,.���������    ���������,,    (,,.,.  ��������� *"     *   "��������������������������� -���������**���������     *������������������-*' *     ** *���������*' ���������*������    --���������    ���������-    ���������  triivi'ling-iln-HN that afternoon,  "Vou wit-ilicd to *.('(��������� un4?" .-.Ik* inter- I  rogtitoil.   kindly.     "Now   thnt 1 am  hi'i'i4, trll im,' what I fan do for you,  my ���������.rood girl."  Her '���������(���������nun words and pleasant mnn-  IHI    ti������,,t)nil   N't*ill   Ii)   i'���������t:   l.i'.i.'t,     Vtith  a tfrr--.it cry whnt fairly shorlvcd AIiki*  Kin'.'l.iiitl, hlii* iiuim J..'r:v!f ui. Lit  kifi'H ut hot" 1'itft, tiulibiiig out in-  cnli.T. ntly:  "You nm mnkf t������r you ran mar iny  hi'",   i J������.  !>;ti*n (o n.i*!   V*>i.' luivo a  Ancient Locks.  Locks were used in the time of th*  pharaohs. At Karnak the visitor is  shown tbe sculptured representation of  a lock which is almost exactly like one  kind of lock used in Egypt at tbe present day. Homer says tbat Penelope  used a brass key to open her wardrobe.  He adds tbat lt was very crooked and  had an ivory handle. A Oreek writer  who lived ln the last half of tbe twelfth  century explains that such keys were  undoubtedly vory ancient, although  still to be seen in Constantinople and  elsewhere, Roman locks, like tbe Egyptian, required a partial sliding of tbe  key. They were, however, more Intricate. '  Brnsll'M Jungles.  The jungles of Central America and  Brazil are mosses of vegetation so  dense that It Is practically Impossible  to penetrate them. Swain and bis party wben crossing the isthmus of Da*  rlen labored hard with tbelr hatchets  tnd machetes tbe whole of ono day and  achieved.but half a mile. In many  parts of Central America fhe under*  growth renews itself io rapidly tbat It  Is almost Impossible to keep n road  open through ft In ono Instance In  Honduras a road ilrteen feet wide wsj  mado by engineers and laborers 1  through a Jungle, tbe underbrush and  vines being cut away even with tho  ground. Two weeks later, returning to  complete tbe work by laying stones on  the roadbed, tbey could not find the  road, tbe vines having completely filled  the vacant space. i  Old Roman -Titles,  From the time of Julius Caesar to  that of Constantino the Great tbe pop*  ular name for a Roman emperor was  Caesar. After the rolgn of Constantino the sobriquet in tbe eastern empire .was Constantine.  In Nature's Storehouse There are  Cures. ���������Medical experiments have-  shown conclusively that thero are  medicinal virtues in even ordinary  plants growing up around us whioh  give them a value that cannot bo estimated. It is hold by somo that uat-  vro provides a curo for every disease  which neglect and ignorance hnve visited upon man. However, this mny  be, it is well known that Pftrmel(3o,&  Vegetable Pills, distilled from roots  nnd herbs, nre a sovoreign remedy im  curing all disordoru ot the digestion.  Tho A, R. Rogors Lumber company  with headquarters in Winnipeg, hm  been incorporated at Ottawa with a  capital stock ol $600,000.  Whon rheumatism double* ������ man ur>  physician ana sufferer aliko lone heart  and ofton deipair of a oure, but here's  tho oxoeption. William, l-ow. of Norwood,  Ont,, says i "I was nearly doubled up with  rhoutnatifim. I got threo bottlen of South  American Bboumatio Cure and they cured!  rae. It'i the auiokoit aotlng medicine I  ovor saw.'���������11  The sub-contract for carrying the-  mail between Battleford antl Edmonton has been renewed with Mr. Bal-  londine.  ���������is there room for me above?"  "You ought to know best about thai,  guv'nor."-Tntler.  imrr rmtmrnvetiBKi  Mand-As if It wasn't Bad enough to  bave no men escort* at the beach, tbo  manager made things still more aggravating.  ���������label-in what way?  Maud-He hired n feroalo orchestra  to furnish music for the hoteL-Cleve*  laod Plain Dealer.  As Seen rram ��������� BaUoem,  Sense of danger you have of course  none, for yon are so aghast at the dangers run by your dear onos below from  motors and bicycles and trains and  gas works and nli the other thiugs terrestrial that all concern for your own  safety goes. And the shocking air  tbey breathe and tiie liorr'd. little  wormllke trains that burrow In and  out of dark looking holes-bow unhealthy the whole earthly existence  a-roms to you as you glide motionless  through tho air, with white clouds he*  low you stretched out as a sort of silver carpet at your f<wt and atwve yon  nothing bat a llmltlcMn expanse of  0>**-n bin* skvl���������Rvitai-iiUr  The Demon, Dyi.pepslft,--In olden  times it wn* a popular belief that demons moved invisibly through tha-  ambient air, seeking to entor into  men nnd trouble thom. At tho present dny tho demon, dyspepsia, is nt  lnrgo in the namo wny, seeking habitation in those who by careless or un-  v.i"C living invito V,i*n An'*-, txnoe h<*  i-TVli-rs n mnn it in tiifllriilt to din-  lodge him. Ho that finds himself so*  possessed should know that a valiant  friowl to do battle for him with tho  unseen foe is Pnrmoloo's Vetmtnblo  Pills, which nro ever ready for tho  trial.  Cnpt. Smith, who commanded a  Boer detachment in tho Into war. snvs  thnt, Ferroirn nnd his men nre merely  robbers and that stories of a Boor uprising are purely moonshine  Mlnsrd's Llnfmunt Cures Cofds, etc.  Game h verv plentiful in northern  Ontario, and tho country i* full of  American sportsmen. ,-������}'  Al  I'   * - '     * -    -*   '      '..*-���������'.  i. ���������."���������-' \       I -   ���������"?���������' ,    AVf'--    * '- -    '      AA       - *   - -  .       ���������  --jr-  -me^^-i T-m-m.. r  mimm * me  ���������t ���������>'     ���������tjllltt-i.  ������f  THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  i !���������*���������*- ���������  r  MRS. L0UI8 LACOMB.  SDFFERED FOR MONTHS.  Operation Advocated==Saved  by Pe=ru=na.  Mrs. Louis Lacomb, Hay ward, Win.,  writes: ������������������������������������  "I have followed , your treatment as  closely as I could and am now entirely  well.  "Wo had two doctors and one said  that I would have to have an operation performed before I could ./regain my health.  "We then decided to write you as to  my condition, as I had been suffering*  nearly a year with severe pains and  headaches at times so that I could  scarcely stand up.  "Now I feel so well after a short  treatment with your remedy, and am  so grateful that, I do not know how to  express my thanks.  "I thank you many times for the kind  advice I have had from you.'  ^9^������W0C^  ���������������_VEEP_S,  Practically all makers of good  clothes in Canada use HeWSOtl  Tweeds. * Look for the tag  that guarantees PURE WOOL.  Clipped Horses.  ��������� -"..'A- correspondent of Breeder's Ga  aette says: Hereafter we will make it a  rule to clip all our work teams. We  try to take the best care of all our  work horses. Bvery evening after we  unhitch them from their day's wort  they get a good brushing down. We  find by experiment that our clipped  horses stand the work better, keep in  better condition and are far more  pleasdiit to work. With a good stifl  brush and a plentiful supply of good  rubbing rags you can keep your horses' poats sleek and in far better condition in less than one-half the time  that you can when they are not clip-  ���������peil '  Motor as Political Adjunct  A good story is told In Casseir-.  Magazine. Once a Unionist minister  went on a tour through Ireland In company with another hon. member, a dLi-  ting-ulshed, and representative' personage In the automobile world. Somewhere, about the west they chanced oo  a village where a meeting had been  convened In relation to a county council election. Violence appeared to have  been expected by the authorities, and  drafts pof the Royal Irish Constabulary  had descended on the spot, like blessed .manna "from' the heavens for those  that "hungered after peace. Oe-rtaln  flery speakers from the United Irish  League were to harangue the populace  against the Saxon g-arrison, detested  for what It does to Erin, though Erin,  ls not so green as Erin makes ont. They  were especially to, denounce the Royal  Irish Constabulary. But when those  ���������aneompromlsing- patriots arrived, the  most horrid of spectators confronted  them. ',-'.  .The minister and his hon, colleague,  in l_nor_nee of the grave crisis, ha4  been giving the populace rides in their  motor car up and down the main  street. In a thoroughly handsome and  sportsmanlike manner: the populace  had requested that the constabulary  should be allowed- an opportunity of  sharing in''the , diversion, too. Then  the constabulary had craved for an  additional a<nd._��������� special; favor to, the  young and fair,' bf the fairer sex. The  sight that met the'eyes of tha patriots  was that Of the Royal Irish Constabulary side, by side with the prettiest of  the damsels,, careering turn and turnabout, before an applauding people, in  a Saxon motor car. It was too much  for the new arrivals. Their meeting was  utterly spoilt; they could .not get a  word out; but they laughed and laughed again. And the eloquent Irish representative, who had Journeyed to the  spot to aid with his vigorous voice and  mien,that_patrlotlc���������cause,_laugjhed_wlth  the heartiest  ���������9ttms  Burn  A -.light, bun ef lun am If attm  worMthwi������dMp-nt_aiOM. Ttwflrit.  thlnn to do li to ���������xelude the ������lr. Cow  tlw bum wltb ootton batten ami ***_*  nta tint with the *im*jt tmAf relli.,  Joir^riSBS  tUmove the eotton la t few minute.  fad imear with TtJjUae, ud duit with  teioum jowder or Sour. pt-auiouhy  Uy ow thU a cloth wet with Liniment.  ?* ^tf^ilV^'il* reaob it cents,  1.8. JOHNSON 9 00., Boeton, Uut*.  f  iraionra.  ������������������..  $8W  I  ";ti%  .;> ���������  hw'stood for tiie DEiT.  during  Mwaty yaan of  Incrwlnf aoto,  Remtmbar thl������ whtn/ou *mi watV  proof oiled cents. ������ulti,hat������,orhorM  foodi for oil Kindt of wit work,  woiMwmamrfCAiKWT, m  nmtAmm-.OtiMitijmHio.uii  Epicure's Lament.  Nothing new to eat has been discovered for several centuries past. The  monotony ts not confined to breakfast.  It is equally, lf not more so, felt at  lunch and dinner. There are disgracefully few animals fit to eat, and the  okapl, which seemed sent to- solve.the  difficulty, is a bitter disappointment,  because there are only three specimens  of him known to exist, and two of the**  art stuffed.���������London Sketch,  I was cured of a severe  cold  by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  Oxford, N.S.        JR. P. HEWSON.  I was cured of a terrible sprain by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.  FRED-COULSON,  Yarmouth, N. S. ,    Y.A.A.O.  I was cured,of Black Erysipelas by  MTNARD'S LINIMENT,  Inglesville.      , J. W. RUGGLES.  BBSH  A deputation ot .our Samaritans,  hondoil by Isaac son of Am ran, second high priest at Nablus, the Shoehorn of tno bible, ia how in London  trying to sell a mrtffl.Hcrint of the  Pentaeueh, (latins from 101.0 A.D,  DODDS '/,  KIDNEY^  ,>/.PILLS A  ^    I l ,  Goethe's Orientalism.  Respecting Goethe's ideas of women  ���������much bas been aald, and mostly ln  'Pharisaic strains. When I suggest that  some light may perhaps bo thrown  on it by bis orientalism, lot lt not be  laid, with a sneer, "Precisely, because  woman is held in low esteem In tbe  east." I answer, "By no moans; wo*  man is not hold in low esteem either in  tbe east or in Goetbo'S'scbom.O'pf llfo."  In MoBlem hagloj-^khqifev a'rw four  perfoct..womoh^^mw.lpbrfect man.  In Goethe's "Pau^TO'storniy destiny  of humanity revolved'round tbo pivot  of Margarot, Holon, Wbuinn. Would  you describe tbo creator Of Dorothea  tbo simple, Dorothea tbe charming,  Dorothoa the solf possossod, Dorothea  tho unselfish, tlio modest, the true-  In a word, Dorothoa the womanly���������as  having a low idea of woman? Tbe fact  Is, Oootbo was, llko a true artist, ever  sooklug nn equilibrium In bis Ideals of  love and woman nnd never attaJnod  Iti Thore ts soraothlng, satisfying  In bis realizable picture of tbe  simplo though1 noble and virtuous  Dorothea, bu.t there ;ls a more ethereal,  e mow������ i������lii������iv(������ flthir'**��������� one morh akin  la power and (tramp to the goddesses  of heaven-attorhntod.ln tbo searcblngs  and quosttonlw (failures though.thoy  be) after female perfection In tbe fairy  flights of "Faust/'-Yusuf All in Clon*'  tr>mporflrv Hf-vlew.1       ��������� ��������� , ���������  When a Horse Gets Hurt  .-���������USE   .  Fellows'  Essence  But don't wait until an animal is  injured. GET IT NOW���������and you  have the remedy t' at CURES all  lameness in hctses.  If your dealer does not handle  it, send 60c. to  National Drug 8* Chemical Co., Limited,  mOntheai. 13.  If is estimated tha'. the water-works  revenue at Hamilton will amOunt to  $225,000 next year, an increase of  $15,000.  A CRIPPLE CURED.  Helpless and Bent with Rheumatism  ���������Cured by Dr. Williams'  Pink  Pills.      ,'......���������'���������"  "I was a helpless cripple: I was  bent in form and could hot straighten  up. Crutches were my only means  of moving ,about. "_jr tried many medicines, but' they all failed until I began using Dr. Williams' Pink Pills���������  they cured me." George Schaw, of  Short Beach, N.S., made the above almost startling statement, to a reporter  a few days ago. Mr. Schaw is now a  well-built man, strong and broad-  shouldered. Like thousands of other  Nova Scotians, he is a fisherman, and  is constantly exposed to all kinds of  weather, just the conditions to set  the rheumatic poison in the blood at  work. Mr. Schaw adds: "It is impossible to overrate, the severity of  the" attack. "The trouble was located  in my back and right hip. I had to  quit work and was mostly indoors.  -There���������was-a-time���������when������LiJieyet_ex*i  pected to stand erect again, but Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, straightened me  up again, not only that; but they  made me the strong, .hearty man you  see me to-day. I can never describe  the awful pain I suffered before I  used these pills. I tried many medicines and had treatment from several doctors, but to no avail. My legs  became so stiff that in order to move  at all I had to use crutches. Finally  the doctors decided that I was incurable, antl told me they could render  no further assistance. I continued.to  suffer day land night, and then came  the turning point of my life. A friend  from a distance came to see me and  it was from'him I learned that Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills ��������� were ' a great  cure for rheumatism. At onco I got  a supply and began to use them. The  flrst indication that they were helping me was when the pain grew less  severe. In a few weeks more the  swelling in my legs and hips began  to leave, then my joints seemed to  loosen up, and then it was hot long  until my crutches were thrown aside  and I could straighten up; Then I  began to go outdoors and soon was  able to resume my work as woll as  ever, Since that time i have never  been troubled with .rheumatism or  lame back, I can tell you my neighbors wore all astonished at my cure;  thoy all thought I would always bo a  cripple."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills euro  rheumatism by going straight to tho  root of the trouble in tho blood. Thoy  mako now rich blood that sweeps out  tho poisonous neid and soothes tho  jangied nerves, That is how tliey cure  all troubles rooted in tho blood, such  a3 nnaomin, indigestion, neuralgia,  St. Vitus dnnoo, general weakness nnd  the special ailmentei that onlv girls  nnd women folk know. Sola by nil  medicine dealers or by mail at 50  cenl,H a box or six boxes for $2.50  from the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Deep Plowing.  Land should be broken from eljht  to twelve inches. Such as has not  been well broken should be broken every year one or two inches deeper until you get to the maximum, which I  consider to be twelve Inches, with six  inches beyond as subsoil.*���������D. Dickinson in Southern Cultivator.  The First  DSankets.  In the reign" of Edward III. there  w������*re at Bristol three brothers who  ���������were eminent .clothiers, and woolen  weavers and whose family name was  Blanket. They were the first persons  Who manufactured that comfcrtaUle  material which has ever since been  called by their uame aud which was  then used for peasants'clothing.  The Canadian Pacific Ry. are running a series of Winter Excursions to  Vancouver and Victoria, B. C, from  all stations in Manitoba, Alberta ond  Saskatchewan  Still Bitter.  "Well," said he, anxious to pat:h up  their quarrel of yesterday, "aren't you  curious to know what's in this package?"  "Not very," replied the still belligerent wife Indifferently.  "Well; It's somethiug for the one I  love best In all the world."  "Ah, I suppose it's those suspenders  you said you needed!"���������Catholic Standard and Times,. *  The efficacy of Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup in curing coughs and  colds and arresting inflammation of  the lungs, can be established by hundreds of testimonials from all sorts  oridV conditions of men. It is a standard remedy in these ^ailments and. all  affections of the thrOat and lungs. It  is highly recommended by medicine  vendors, because they know and appreciate its value as .a curative. Try  it:" .... "..���������    .    -  A schedule of prices for city labor  has been drawn iip by the Edmonton  city council.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Garget  in  Cows.  The days of free coal mining around  Kstevan are practicaly over. Field  after field is gradually being closed  to settlers.  That Cutting Acid that arises from the  stomach and almost strangles, is caused  by fermentation of food is the stomach.  It is a foretaste of indigestion and dyspepsia. Take one of Dr. Von Stan's Pineapple Tablets immediately after eating,  and it will prevent this distress and aid  digestion.   60 in a box, 35 cents.���������16  The next, legislature of Saskatchewan will meet at Regina in the new  Michallis block instead of the historic old buildings.  Corns cause intolerable pain. Hol-  loway's Corn Cure removes the  trouble. Try it, and;see what amount  of pain is saved.  i,  W. Blair Bruce, artist, of Hamilton,  is dead at Stockholm, Sweden.  Thomas Shannon has bought the  Copeland House at Pembroke, for  $40,000.  ��������� Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches and  every form of contagious Itch on human or animals cured m 30 minutes by  Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.  ner Dofrrjr.  lt Is said tbat a London lawyer once  gave as a dowry to his daughter, who  married a young barrister, bis briefs  and Interest In a,chancery suit wblcb  be bimself bad inherited from bis fathor.  ������������������H****������������������   Mm- ������������������IH       II       ���������������4*- ***>  The flrat Blanket.).  In the reign of Edward III. thore  wero at Bristol three brothers who  woro eminent clothiers and woolen  weavers and whoso family name was  Blanket. Tbey wore the first persons  wbo manufactured that comfortable  matorlnl wblcb bas ever slnco been  called by tbelr name and whlih was  tben uied for peasants' clothing.  . FOR  ILIOUSNESS  *-   maiuij.FeMAUtw������A^^W,.i*iLs_w'J  x       f/MPUrSAiVOAUUVtiA* J<.  AMD STOMACH TftOUBLES.  ���������UCE  EANS'  PURELY HERBAL  From the nte of Biltan* both rich  and poor are every day benefltin*-;.  One correspondent n-ajr������: "I had to  do laundry work to eel the money  for a ooiirso, but tney gave me  he*lth." At. a oontriuit to thii, Sir  Charles Clifton Browne, of Deal  (Kent!.nays: "Bileans cured me of  biliousneg* and billouH headaches.  I think they are. a really good  remedy." See Facsimile Bos for  some of the ailmenu Blleea* cure.  Of all drusrffteU at Wc. a bor, or  pott free from the Btlean Co..  Toronto, upon receipt of price (6  boxen fer 93.M).       >  Remedy For Shoe Boll,  Make an Incision into it large eaoujU  to insert your forefinger and also allow the contents to run out. Thea  with the finger tear loose all adhesions,  then syringe out the cavity with 4 I  oer cent, solution of carbolic acid. Afterward inject tincture of iodine suffl*  dent to wet all parts of the sac with  it, and all the further treatment needed will be to syringe out with carbo-  llzed water until it heale up. Put a  boot, on 'the foot tb prevent a recurrence of injury by the shoe.���������C. V.  Smead, V. S., in National Stockman.  $5.25 Brooch  Does it strike you as" almost  too good.to be true"? It is  only one instance of the price-  attractiven������s,of Diamond HaiTi  stock ��������� backed by its half-  century reputation (or quality.  Thu Brooch (Catalogue No.  31683) consists of a I # inch  crescent of solid 14k. gold,  supporting a lily-of-valley spray  set with 16 pearls..  It is sent post free in dainty  satin lined case.  ffat lend uften regunt/rr* tif charge  tm* large illuslrated catalogue.  JwifoM,  1  1  A white door was recently shot by  William Marshall ofSault, Slo. Mnrio  nt Haydon, on tho nne ot tho Algo*  ma Central.  The Mark  TfiarTells  All ihn Sam* te ITIn,  A sorvunt hot distinguished fof his  IntoJUffonco wcrit to tbd posto'ftlce and  was given a letter for his tnlstresH.  On arriving at tho door ho'saw tbnt  bo bad lout It, no ran hack and explained what hnd happened to the  clerk. "Ftut what en v. I, dor snld the  clerk. "Why," snld the servant, "you  bave so many thoro you might flvs  ae a_othcr,"-Motto per Uldert.  vti  tfeeg  'ttm ������������������'ted.thn ie a  Myotitylti.ttbrlcientl  fwfwwmm, ratai-ad  It-ma. Form Flitod,  ���������bn tre ���������uiherlied lo  iKtlRfaMly aediieu'  l, uur?m'Autm sir;  it ituiff It Bud.ruI  ��������� akiaf.       sue  MM 111   |JB  mW    mTlTmmmml *HmtT*%  UNDERWEAR  S__a_X_BB������SaB*BB======S==*3  ^cn-A^jylft trade  mark (in red) on  evory  Pen-Angle  {;arment, tells you  twill fltnndwon't  skHr..., yo'jr  own dealer so  guarantoos it,  Underwear thui  trademarked Is  softor, warmer,  more flexible,  bettor wearing.  _������_  Training for 8unday School Workers.  Tho Committoo m charge of the  Fifth International Sunday School  Dlhtrict proposos holding the Tiion-  nial Conforonco in Minneapolis somo-  timo between thb 15th January and  tho end ot February next. Tho district includes thc States of Wl^nnsin,  Minnesota, South and North Dakota,  nml tlio Province oi, Manitoba, Canada, This ConfoMico will laat for  three days. All mombors of Stale,  1'iovinolal, County, i'ownHhip and all  auxiliary associations are mombors of  ihn conference and aro invited to at*  tond.  following tilO Cotilul-lti-U, lliirii; md  bo hold a threo day** School of Methods for all pastorn and workers, In  evory department of Sunday School  work.   This will ho a week of inspir-  i'.   ,      ��������� ., 1      -,,1.1-xiltcn     no-t'nr     W'trire  equalled in tho north-wost.   Thoso in  ���������hnrjro of thin work aro-~8. H. fTntd*  ing, Waukesha, Wis.; A. M. Locker,  iWimlom, Minn.: Itev. P. P. T,onMi,  Rtoux Falls, S. T>.: Rev. J. Orchard,  ! Fargo, N. 1).; and W. H. Irwin, chair*  , man. Winnlpop, Mnn.   Particular* In  I rojfnnl to exact dates, tho plnco of  jliuttiliK    in    Minri'-'ni'-'t'li'',    entertain*  meut, 8ponKcr������, etc., will bo nnnonti-  cod Inter.   For full information, nd*  dross tho chairman, or any member  ol the committee.  The Footwear Question  Answered-  Wear  A^W\  \Comfpn*  Weitem  Winter  Weathftf  W   N   U   No.   113 *>*';, j-'^4* ���������*>���������*���������> isii>������������saMi������Mi  . 9ml9 '.flp1   ���������^v.-.i* ViV^fC*-*  * .������������������������-*���������_���������������  *���������������-   --. .->iv -i^Qr44*^  ��������� '������������������MJ..-I'-*-1 W^rfldB-W-'' ���������������  $1115 8W0, CUMBSTOAITO/ BRITISH'' jtolWlX  ^?l  ������ Mm* ���������I 'I1 ��������� to*~*-W  44i^#^-4-i''t'l''t''>4������1l'4''lii'li|illl,i,W  I  Stable  RIGGS .ajjd WHITE Prop*  |  ���������TEAMSTERS, and DRAYMEN  'SINGLE   and   ROUBLE   RIGS  !For   HIRE.       ALL   ORDERST  PROMPTLY ATTENDED  TO.I  3rd St. Cfliteiaiiil  *"���������'  i4i������f'l'i'^<'l'<|'4i'|44'<i44.-t4tht4't.4t44l-'H'';ti  To Cure a Cold in One Day  Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tatfeta.-_������ n/J,  Seven Miffion l>oxes soM in p^ Thfe Sjgliatare.^' mA^tCy?  CtroGrip  lo Two Dsys.  on every  to*. 25c.  ���������I ii ion  Hotel  S^a.^dT'CrEL   C      3D-<JL*V7S������     P'-UOS'aBiST.  When In Cotirtenay Stay At  The Courtenay Hotel  Eyery oonvemeiwe lor guests.  1. ���������.    ii.'jiL'.*. ','���������*." *  ���������.*���������    ** ���������   :... -vt ji  ....  '��������� i    ...---'  Tfej? Oential Hotel for Sportsmen  None, but the Best of Wines $nd Liquors  at the Bar.  RATES REASONABLE  JgJ_p___^_wf������������*y4*ww*^^  John Johnston,    Prop.  English ���������%- x BURTON alwaya on tap; also, the famous MILVV AUKEE  BEERS���������Anhenaer, Bohemian, Schlitz, &c. "OLD GREY BEARD"  SCOTCH WBTSKY,        j&est Wines and Liquors of ell Wads.  The Boarding snd Lodging Department, under the immediate superintendence of Mas  Dsvis, will be found First; class in every respect.  BATES,  $J oo per day upwards.  mtmimmmmm*  ���������BW  W. B. Anderson,  PHOTOGRAPHER  POPULAR PRICES.  ALL STYLES  CUSTOMS BROKERAGE  executed at short notice.   News, Office  Cumberland  B.Q.  BHON CRAISD  BREEPER of   olstein Cattle, Chester White Pigs,, Barred Plymout  flocks,, Sec.  IMPROVED STOCK  AT FARMERS PRICES,  i     "i   i1 ..if      ;  '  ' ' ZSSZ  WmS9ft*W       INSTRUCTIVE  T 0 THE ELECTORS OF COMOX DISTRICT,  GENTLEMEN;   .  At the urgent request of a large nunjber of Electors, I consented to  allo*v my name to be placed in nomination for re.eli?cuoi) to lJ.irliainent, and haying  received the nomination by unanimous vote, I take ibe privilege bf soliciting your  votes and influence in the coming Election.  iielected, 1 will support the McBride Government but will vote for any good measi-  ures jtbut nny be iBtro'duged for tbe bene;i{. ofthe Province in general and this Dis-  trie, in particular.  I >vjll, if returned, advocate an advance in the rate ot pay to those engaged Ir (Jov.-  ernmentToad work. A* regards my local platform, 1 will do all in my power for the  benefit of Comox District and its Settlers, and will promise, if elected, to cqill a public meeting for the purpose of enquiring into the needs of the District before going to  ^irliament.  As Conj.ojf js a Dlstrjpt pf gre^t and varied resoijrgc������5, { will attend to its different  requirements. The miner, logger, farmer and fisherman and representatives of al)  other industries iwill receive my earnest attention.  Owing to the excdprionallFlrcirm^ JjTput to  additional expense ifi providing schooling for x-b-ldw residing outside the municipal  limits, I may say that I have, pressed the ....after of a larger grant upon the Premier  and be has promised imirediate relief.  I have during my past term of office always pressed tbt? n&gds of this District and  have endeavoured to get as forge appropriations for the roads, bridges,  etc., as p.(>s������  ; sible, but if returned, owing to the much unproved financial condition ofthe Province  I shall be in a position to secure much larger sums for that very needful work,  1 will favor.i continuance of Government grant in aid oi resident physipia/n and  hospjtal for fhe nortberp end cf tha District.  Gentlemen, I have lived tn this District for the last w years and know your w^uts  especially those of the laboring class, which always have my sympathy.  In conclusion, I once more appeal to yuu for. your votes, and feel confident of yui}f  support at the Poll, therefore hope to be returned as your member.  Kspmait' * Nanaimo  n  Robert Grant  s/s. "Oity of Nanaimo.  Sails from Victoria Tuesday, 7 a.m., for  Nanaimo, calling at North Saanich  Cowichan Bay Maple .Jay, Cm/ton,  Kuper and Thetis Islands when freight  or passengers offer.  Leayes ^Jana,mo Tuesday, . p.m., for  Union Uay and Coinox.  Leaves Como| Wednesday, # fl-m., for ]  Union Bay and jNanaimo.  Leaves Nanaimo Thursday, 7 a.m. for  Comox and way ports.  Leave? Coniox Friday, 7 a.iji., for Nanaimo and way ports.  Sails from Nanaimo Frjda), 2 p.m., for  Victoria, Cctjling at Kuper and Thetis  Islands, Crpfton, Maple bay, Cowich--  an Ray and North Saanich when  freight an.l passengers offer  North Saanich when tide and weather  conditions permit.    ,  mr**m -       .  VAMrcOWE&y VA-J. AlWO.r &ADY-  QWXTE   ROUTE  *���������    a. s.    "JOAN"  8ails from   Vancouver for   Nanaimo  daily; except S'.indays, .11 1.30 p.m.  ������,iijt> from   J/ar,;i*mii   fur    Vancouver  dailyre)������cept-Sunriaysrat-7-a,r..   TIMF TABLE  RFFKCT1VK  .   Monday,Oct'������btr let, 1906  VORTH |������.UNP���������R'-������H r>".vn  Combjs^ano, 3. Oi, JAN-JARY %* 190  11  mmrwiemm  00BR50T  ENGLISH-  MOW TO USE IT."  A  MO-il/BI.V MAtfAMNR DjtyOl'ED TO TUB  Use or Emum,  Johbpihnb TfiucK Bakkr, Editor.  Fartlal Oontonts for this Month,  Course in BnglUh for the Beginner.  Course in KnglUh for tbe Advitnoid Pupil.  How to Inorouiio One's V ooabuUry,  The Art of Conversation.  gbooUl ami Would 1  How to Uae them.  Prouunoiftttoui (Century Dictionary),  Oorrcot Eogllnh in the Uomn,  Correot Kugllub lu ue Sohool.  What to Siy end Wh������t Not to Say,  Count in LetUr-VVrltlng and Ponotuation.  Alyliilxitlo lut ol Abbreviation!,  Kuiinmw Eugliah for the Biuinett Man.  Ootnoouud Word 1   Uow to Write Tbem.  StudiM in EnglUb Literature.  $1 a Tear. Send 10c for sample copy  CORRECT ENGLISH, Evanston, III.  eaaamammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  00000 oooooooooooooc  o  Statioua,  Viotoria.  RnHhels,  ���������Sliit^'nigtin,  it     \  n..bl.|.- [-fill,  Oowiohau,  {���������fokcilah,  Uuuoau'a,  .SomcKCi  vVeciriiiiine,  OheuiHliiiKi,  l.ady������tt|i"i,  South W������|liugt00a  Nanaimo,  Wellington,  <���������mm nali.i ta���������������������������  PasStf-agui   Triiirib  Paily  N.t   )  De. 0.00  9 li*4  20 2  27.8  lu -W  10.48  10 till  J1 </*.  ��������� 11.07  11.18  11 M  H -57  12.18  '1C.JIB  Ar 14.51)  Suuday  Wed.  flat  No. 8  De. 15 00  16 "4  10,17  10.22  Ki .���������;*������  10 41  Id 17  lllM  11 10  17 22  17:������������  17.55  18.10  18.10  Ar lu i*  Teaming  i  W  Q  arrt j������n-(������ni*:n io  f ivuish'Siylinh Rigs  anJ Jo Tc'tming at  rcaitonablc rates.  D. KILPATRlCK  Cumberland  o 0000000000000000  TO THE ELECTORS OF COMOX DISTRICT.  Cumberland, D. C, December 36,1906,  Gentlemen:  As the Candidate of tbe Liberal party, I appeal to you for your votei  in thr coming election-  Having been a resident ol the diitrict for the punt seventeen years I am well acquaint ci wtth your needs.   I have always taken an apiive interest In tbe public affairs  of this district and this province in K<-*wal, And foe) that I urn in 4 position to verve  you in the capacity of parliamentary represent itive,  If chosen to represent you at Victoria I shall always endeavour to carry out the  wishes of my constituents and pledge myself to call a meeting of eiertori before every  session to ascertain their wantK  (shall endeavour to visit all parts ofthe district as frequently as possible so as to  keep in touch with the people.  I shall use every sndeavour to repeal or amend the present School Act ib that it  may apply fairly and equitably in all parts of the Province.  1 shall support any measures that may come before the leffislntute, having fnr their  object the encouragement ol bona fide settlers. The settler on the lands of Bi iti>h  Columbia has a difficult tank and anything that will relieve his burden and encourage  farming will have my lic������ii> m^^A.  With wgatd to iC|fi������L..gi) in tlic i.,itvrt|ts of J.ibor, 1 will try to do the square tWr.jr  by nupporting good measures, 00 matter where they ordinate. It is customary for  candidates to pose as thi workingman's friend until the election is over. A* a test-  dent and worker among you for seventeen years, I leave you to judge uf my since, ity  wben I matte iii.-������ piumi������c.  Comox is a large district of vast and varied resourses as yet mainly undeveloped.  We are on the eve of great development and I will do my best to study the interests  ofthe logyer, the miner, tht farmer ami the fisherman j and wherever ponible, will  do my bent to further the prosperity ofthe district in particular, and the province as  a whole.  1 hopo ro visit each part of the District and give you my views on the questions of  the hour, I >.hnulii like to meet every iileuor peu.mally, hut the district boing very  1 ir^e and widely scattered, thin will be manifestly impossible.  In conclusion, I once mure appeal to you for support at the poili and feel confident  that niy appeal i������ not in vain, but tha' the people of this district will return me at the  head ������>f the poll on election day.  SJWOEPEI.V vouw,  SOUTH BOUND-.Read Up  No. 2  Vlotorta,  RuwcU,  Bhawniguu,  ���������1  Gobble Hill,  Cowiuhana  Ko'r.ilub,  Uuuoan's,  Bo-iianoe,  Wcuthnlmo,  Chi.nitvin������������i  LadywmUi,  '   "   M  ;'���������  8ouUt Wellington,  Nanalmn,  Wellington,  Ar  12,01$  12.02  51.1  40.5  I'.W  10.15  10 0<i  10U.  9,47  0.37  Q2S  Ds, U.lMJ  Ar. 8.60  8,28  8.16  De.a.OQ  No. 4  18 M  18 55  '.     10.61  10 48  17.0  17 Ch  17.C8  10.*������  10 48  lCW  10.V2  Do. 10 * 8  Ar. 16.48  11*27  1616  Ds id 00  l&*4ty$W**A**r^W*Wir  E. C. Emde  Bicycles anil Supplies.  Local Agent for  Comox Distinct for  Cleveland  Massey-Harris  Brantford  Perfect  Rambler  Imperial  Bicycles,  Fairbanks - MorBe Gasolene  'Jack of all Trades' eugincs  ������������������'���������'^f^eamtmrmmtmmmmgmmmmmmmm^  Second hand Wheels  for sale.  Acetylene Supplies  Bicycle and general  Repairing of Sewing  Machines,      Fishing  Rods, Guns etc  SciesorB ground, Saws gum-  Q36d Ittifl filed.  Key and Pipp fitting.  r**f*r*A***&**^  WaVerly flotel  "PiraiTClas8^Ac*tro������a)ii-������di^io-a"  ....at jamaaunobie Rato^ ,.  BliST OP WINES ���������& IJQUCUS, *  S. SHORE.  ,  PUOfRUiWli.,  i  .  Cumberland  Kohl "^  " .COU. IHhNSMUIK avenue  AIsU ^KUO^i) siTiililJiT.  CUMJilflKJ-AND H   0. \  ISliiti. J. 11. i^iuiT, Tropn trees.  Wbun iii Cu.ubwi'lrtiitl be sure1  and stay at thn Cumberltmd  Hotpl, Fir������t-01a8B Aoconxda*  >cioii ior transient and perniau*  t?iit. board pre.  Sample Rooms and Public Hall  '  Run in Connection with Hotel  Rates trrw ������1.00 to *tli,W por day i  The Grent JStwlpih  Remedy.  Toiioouud bjliforwOB tho whoio  Thousand Mim and Conimuution Tickets on sile, gopd over rail and sie,iii,et  ���������ineii, ut two aud one-ball cent* per mile.  Special truins and uetimcni for F.xcur.  sior.s, and reduced rites for purties mny  be arranged foi on application to tbe  Dist, Pass. Agent At Victoria.  The Coiupunv reserves the right to  cbanne without previous notice, at tamers  suiting dates Anohours oi sailing.  E%t^Mt*io������ Tickets on Sale from and to  all SiHtious, Ruovt lor going juuiuvy itm-  urdnyind Sunday, retuiniiig nut Idler  than Monday,  *, Vf, TROUP, Qetx. Sup, EC, Coast Ssr.  0. L. IOURTKRY, Wat Frt. * Pass. Ag.  1  1  -- _-_,- t  .ftW-voua 8J_itoifl, Wa~.*m> _nuxt  Jlloodiq oioVmh���������1,JPH���������,!* jVert4- -  out DebUitu, 4*iUiUof ami Brain Worry,pa* 1  pondencp, ���������L*^inlWe^iwnrs*i^^'^'t ������ptt'. w  Vtmti Pttbof alxforlwr uuo wlllplwii^.r^c  wlaottro, Sold by alt druffcrtsts or hniilia tii  plain nkjr, on rpoolpc of prioe. mw paiii'lita  &^^y^^^ntittnm  OUR BEST  CLUBBING  OFFERS  TIiIk p'.per AN!) A NKW Subnoripti.m to  Regolavr prto'������ for both.   Oar Prion  Weekly Witness,    2.50 '2.00  World Wide,        2.00 3.20  Northern Messenger J,90 1.75  Onr osloulattons art bued strlotly im oefe  oub in *������uv������awi.   Sumplei ol tbttso p������pers  *���������*,. bn urta.ii  if I'ttr idPen  iWrnXw^m*������������^^  eo YiAftr  I  j. b. mm  ������. /  MoppocIjI Bros  ���������*___)   A    mr*jem 4>TTI *-*t*4****i t**t  JED _ci.J5L.Jil JCX.' uD  m^tWr^om*^^^  gREAD, Calces and Pica deliver  ed daily to any purl of City.  rouwor1t?T. Groceries  B____|ftj_^  \  Tasof Mama  Oteiom  Oop������vatoHT������ Ao.  Anient riinmn** a ***t*b ard tj-wtlnttmi may  gntdtir lutwiuiit omt 01.11.iu1. fi*������ uUiU^t *.i  fnTfolifi'.n.ii. F-?4������������>!������^fllllfc_y0������nB>'������'>1c ���������  iw^~Km^[^I^ASantAta  m,tianr��������� rr-tr-  *w  1 t**v<.n..������i.t wat w.������i.M. ti*  tm-ttam. oiAtat agmnjortatiar  rttanla takm throiift* M������t*_  tptjkttrftiet, trlDisni. Snane, )n t  ������  Scientific Kneita  PtwtflH  "���������,-*r  ^-^mmn^i  niit-^i*^  krauwi -  '__..inM4* /  <  THE  HEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  IT] CUMBEBLAHD NJEWS  Issued Every Tuesday.  W. B. ANDERSON,    -     -      -      MflR  The oolutuua uf Tue News axe open to all  who wish to express therein views o matters of publio interest.  While we do i'lfe bold oarpeivfls ro^iusi*  lie for bhe utWrauces of ctrn*tipauAma.n, wc  aserve th'i right of deelining to insert  ominunio&tiong unnecessarily personal.  WEDNEtf DA Y. JAN  30,1907  ��������� esss  NOTICE.  Ridiug on locomotives and  rail  way cars of  tbe   Union  i^olliery  Company by any person    >r  ptr  eons���������except train crew���������w strictly  prohibited.   Employes  rr������ subject to dismissal for ail<r   ag saute  By order  Francis -D* Ljttik  Manager  -, jsMQKJL*   A.....  "CUBAN   BLOSSOM',  * -:*.   -  4 UNION MA-UK CiOAR  ������.OM  THE-  Cuban Cigar Factory  Bt. 'J. U'JOPH. ?copri*iV.>r,  iliiW TlfflflgtfGSa.*-  HENRY'S NURSERIES  Vancouver, fi* G*  Headquarters for Pacific Coast Grown  and Imported Garden, Field aud Flow  er Seeds.  Thousands of -Fruit and Ornamental  Trees, .Rhododendrons,; Roses and hardy  plants now growing on oar own grounds (or  future planting.  No expense, loss or delay of fumigation  inspeoiion nor custom duties to pay.  GREENHOUSE    PLANTS  Cut Flowers and Flor.-.l Designs, Fertilizers  Bee Hives and Supplies, Spray Pumps and  Spraying material.  No agehts���������therefore yon have no commission to pay, Our catalogue tells you  nbout it Let me prico your list befoic  placing your order.  We do business uu our own grounds-Mi"  runt to pay, and are prepared to meet ail  ���������*o iiDpetitioua. iiaiti-'i-u prices or less.  White labor.   Catalogues Tree.  M. J. HENRY  Greenhouses and P. 0# Address��������� 30 lO'.WeftiniiistuiRoad.  BRAN-JH NUUaEHlES-South Vaaoouvt-r  IM in Cumberland  STAY AT THJ3....;   '..���������   -VKSM.OME.   :  m     Ahh CONVr-UIENOBS TOR OUESTS-  Ti^BAftis Smppuei'������if������  C ;0.>NNJ*SrV  *,* * %fm\**t������tveem gyi * <M^fm%  .JAPANESE  '���������\9WW:0*i %n.A  ct 0I/ vfrse>\ : ,:..../  *   WiolasaJo arod JtetaU.  8w.ne4 and '-flleato ���������������_������'<  -'���������  5olbs,...,....'. ���������   S2.6&  Ho 5 Jftptowa,.   Cuwb.>iiai*d B  TO ODBB A GOLD IN ONE ������AY  t.- i..a*,r;vK imoMQQtnN!NB*r,,h  |. n     A I iliu^i*-4,. r. Imd llie ju-imv ������f 1  tails to cure,       El. W. Grove's signature i  il! o>". ImX,     "Ar,  mm**mm������mmmmmmaameaa**mi*m**mmim*em~mw**mmmm  \t     WlhlAlwli is prepared to  * ^ ���������   HU tiny Orders for Fine or  Hfi������v,v lUru.-M, ������. ohovt ������.o )*<������������������  W.I.MKI. BLOCK,     Cumberland.  r,' ���������r'r;,;^i.'.v.,7!-;v,i,*g?Ar;'rs-.'.-i'-."-,*ll*;;,i't���������- an t-r.  JOHN McLEODS  FOR FIR8T-0LAHH'  CANDY, FRt/ITH, "  OJUAttrt A TOJ������Al'JOO������.  A uu n aittudj Gura  ior   Piietn.  ltohiug, Blind, Bleeding or -Protrutdi.g  Fil*i, Wniffofiiit4. reftfitfl mnnnv il PA7iQ  OIN f UBST (ails to oure auy uaee, oo mai  ur ol hum Inn* standing, ia o to li day*,  Vim application giv������������ aaae and rest, wo.  it yoor driiHgiHtiMi. tit anna bOn tna-mnpi  and it wil) ba forwarded post*patd by I'm it  ,!,,]'��������� -ini./*���������.. Sr' T������fliif*-\  Mr.  NOWWITSJM&YBAR  TM tedlng ntatttg periodical et  tho world, Vila the strongest editorial  staff of any teubntoal putMloatlao.  fb-birrlptton fit,CO * yen* (Inehtd-  Ing V. A, tHintA'***! lloitoan peattte)  *-^���������lPS^W jri^Bf "^HPHy   sw^^s^i    (s^aW^a   mmm    ^mmm-mam  OataAoena,  ���������tmetsenrtea tmtttm  notice:  MUNICIPALITY OF THE OITY OF  CUMBERLAND.  NOMINATIONS for One School Trustee  will be received on Monday, tbe 14th day  of January, 1907. at 12 o'clook noon.  The mode of nomination of candidates  shall be as follows'���������The eandidate shall he  nominated in writing, the writing shall be  subscribed by two voters of the Municipali-  ly, as proposer and seconder, and shall be  lelivered to the Returning Officer at any  time between the date of the notioe and 2  p m. of the day of nomination, aud in the  event of more than one nomination a Poll  ���������vill be opened on Thursday the 17th day ol  January 1907 at the Polling Station, next  Whitney Block, Cumberland B.C., of which  nvery person is hereby required to take notice and govern himself accordingly, ,  Qualifications for Trustee are as follows:  VII persons being householders in the Municipality and being a British subject of the  lull age of 21 years, and otherwise'qualified  !*y this Act to vote at the eleotion of School  -Trustees in the said Municipality shall tie  eligible to be elected or to serve aa a School  Trustee.  ���������Given under my hand at the City of dim.  berland this 22nd day of December, 1906  ALEX MoKlNNON,  Returning Officer  3'-j9  BEER  The drink of strong men and healthy women  ,   *y������lrrrarlty ������nd the .Bmwem.  Volgarlty   ia   certainly   commoner  among men tban Among women, and,  indeed, when a woman Is vulgar she  is apt to display the quality In blgQ  perfection.  The reason why it ia rare  among women is thai the emotional  nature Is stronger among women thai)  Among men, and thus where men are  ambitious, fond of displaying power,  anxious to carry out designs, desirous  ot recognition, women are sympathetic,  tender, affectionate, subtle; tbey value  relations with others moro, than performances, they encourage and console,  because tbey are interested in tbe person wbo desires sympathy more tban .  in tbe aims wbicb bo nourishes.   If j  one's main interest ln lifo, is Ih the  pecsoualitiea that em-round one, one is  not likely to be tempted by vulgarity,  because tlio essence, again, of vulgarity is tbat it tends to affix an alto*  "getlier   flctitious   value   to   mdterlaT  things.   A man who pursues wealth,  ������������������comfort, power, jwition, is always ln  danger of vulgarity.���������A- C. Benson in  Atlantic.  RIVALS THC MIKADO.  Is The Best  Bottled of in Barrels,  The UNION BREWING Co..     Nanaimo B. C.  Campbell's : BAKERY  A'Vine Selection of CASES alwaya  on hand.  FBE8H BREAD every day.  Orders for SPEOIAl. AEES promptly attended to.  King Edward VI). Ha* a Wail-Ntatl  Tri-iMllle-nlal Ancestry.  It doubtless will be news to many  that Edward VII la the ��������� ne klqg In aU  the world who unltes.in his person the  oldest royal dignity In Europe 'with tho  oldost blood royal���������and both Irish, Ft'  he la gonealogicatly and indisputably  th������ direct deacendant aiid eup.-eiae representative of the high kings of ancient  Ireland. Tho history of Ireland goes  back to Coneirie Mor, or Con i,lr/ the  Great, who UO years before Christ ruled as high king over thc clans of the  Gaels of Ireland at Tare. Prom thit  Conalry tho Groat, the historic ancestor  of tho Hy Nlale, to King C nnor Mao  Nossa, who was the conterhpoiary of  the Roman Emperors Tiberius and Augustus; from Connor Mao Nessa to  King NlaJ of tho hostages, who rolgned  In the generation before St Fatriok  came to Ireland; f.-om King Nlal to  King Malcolm Can Mor, who married  Princess Margaret, sister of the Saxon  king Edgar Athellng; from King Malcolm to the heiolc King Bruce of Scotland; and from thonce, through tho  Stuarts, tho house *t Hvwover nnd thnt  of Coburg. to Edward VII., the descent  Is as direct and as Incontrovertible as  any descent In anclont or modem hlsv  tory, says the Marquise do Fonkno?.,  Of course, thero are other people,  soma of them great Irish nobles, and  others, more ecrmmoners, bosides hun*  dreda of persons who oan show descent  from the ancient kings of Ireland. But  all have quitted the royal caste, which  Xing Edward is alone to retain. For  all those who wish to have fuller particulars of this Irish ancestry of King  Edward, I would refer to tit* works of  the late Sir Bernard Burke, Ulster king  at arms, to other eminent geneAlogirts,  and last, but not Jrast, to thnt tru������tH  associate of Parnell and former Nationalist member of Parliament, Fionk  Hugh O'Donnell, a recognised authority  en Irish history,  ThU Irish ancestry of King Edward  Invests his dynasty with an antiquity  suporlor to that of any reigning house  of Europe. Indeed, It Is necessary to  leek the records of tue-h offspring of  the gods as tho Mikado of Japan for a  genealogy to Aval the well-nigh   trt-  t-M"1t***'-M4-.'.   eixie**r*r i-if    Wi**)*.*4-*..1!    VTT,  heir of Wettln, heir of rtnelph, heir of  Stuart, heir ot Druoa. and hair ef Nlal  - ���������an ancestry which man*/ Irishmen  apparently Ignore when they refuse to  do honor to tho present King of Ireland.  NOTTom ���������������������������..;���������,'  PUBLIC NOiivE IS HEREBY GIVEN  it. tht; Eltiotmd of thtj Municipality of Cum-  ���������eraiul that I require the presence of the  -lid Kleoti.is at the Pulling Station on  ��������� -unsuiuir Avt-nue on Monday, the 14th day  i.f January. 1907, a: 12 o'clock noon, fot  he piuptitii ol dieting a Mayor aud Alder  mon to l'ojjresuiii. ihc-m for lhe year 1907.  Tbe iiH'itti oi - utmiination of uandidatt*..  shali be km follows:���������  The CHudidate shall be uou.inated in  ���������ritiug; tiie writing ahull be subscribed by  -wo voti-iH (if tde Municipality a.*> pioposer  md i-dCfiu'or, und Audi te dt-liveied lt> ibe  Hetu������.u.g Otiic.-r at a������y tune between ih<.  .latta ut tlie I'fUyu miii 2 ti.iu. ot ihu day ,*>f  'he nyininatit/ -, stud iit '.he uvcut A a poll  boiuj; ueco^.t^-, nut-.'.' [toil wiil bu ojj,.i.,  ed oi: inursd.-.j, iht* 17ih aay of Jdi.ua*.-^  i9'.������7, at tho Poiims* S itioti. ti<���������;���������;������  Whitney BlutJi, Dur.-Min:;4- A������efiu������, O'iiiii-  berland, B.C., of wuicli i.ver^ pcravH, ia  hri-fibv v qiiii-i d co take, no* ice and go e:u  "hluiSeltnKcCrtliiTgly;"'" ��������� ���������i-  Tlie qualification au candidate for Mvyoi  ta an (ollowv: -  lie must be a male British ttuhjeet vt the  lull age of    wen ty-una years ami not dis-  qiMJiiieii uutk-r au> hw and ixn.*,* i.oen for  ,h.' ������ix montn*. nert piccediiig ttie dny of  iiouiina.ioii  tbt  ������������������gi.-.'te'tjj   t>wuer  in   the  Land R'gimrv Otficy ol.lmd and real pn-  perty in ih- rity'bf-ihiTaNi..*s������til   ������'alitn'������n!  the last Muni,*ij.iil As������e>>Mii)U!ii li-ll *���������' $H.')'I,  ,������' more ui������  au.i atiove a,y r ^uu.'. u m  riimlieruuoe or oharg*-,   .ud who is otbtr-  , tt'iMi qn .lifi'.il ns a uiUu oipul vore-i*.  Tnu Muuliliua imi as cauui.iiUi lor Aldw  men is as follows;���������  tie must be a liritish subject oi the fill I  itgu ui twocty-i'ite yeara and uotdinqualiliud  iiiidor any lit , aud have beuu tor ix  uouthu ii. xt, ^i-euediu'g.thb day ul uonina-  i um tho l.^itiiortd u.vuer in tlu- Luul He*  .'isvry OtJioo ttf laud and red i-ioperi> i.t  cite (jit,, ol the (Usetwed value ou ttit iu������t  !\iiuu'oip.il .V.8 .*.i'dnu.'iu Knll of $500 ..f mor.'  '���������(���������er and ahuvi. ^uy ibguitired inuu.iiiKX t������ix**  ���������r cu f������v, and who is otherwise qualified as  munioip'il voter*  Given under my    aud at tiie  C/iiy -1  Oumbwrlaod this 22tidday of Deounibi r 1906  ALKX., MorvINNON,  ���������  Ketiiiuing ufliuor,  It���������JO  Dunsmuir Ivenue,  Cumberland.  Coal Mines Regulation  Act  Board of hxaminers  KOIICJS IS tiiiKEBi: GIVEN that   the  ers fo- the l.un.b rltind Colhcry during the  vear 1907:���������  A_*p.'.(ti,������-ti by owners���������(JliaiJea AiattiteAu  Alternates ' ���������David Walker  ���������D-vul N.ll.st.  A ppointed by the Lieut  Governor in  Com oil���������John Kesley  Eitictt'.ity tii*' Aliue ���������������Th <t> Hipley .  Aiieruates ���������JoMt-^ii liorb'ui-y  ���������Uauitl Riewsrt  Not-';���������xU"rna-s aot as Mhh.I)i*ii'   ot   the  Bir\rtl in the itbiiencfl of iihime   rejjulaiiy appointed oi t-lecuid io act thereon,  All j'wrn iiih iuiei-esU-d may oii.atu fn.l ia-  formation by api'lying to the Secretary of  the B.ard, Mr J on Ka*l������y of Cumberland,  BO  Dated thu 20th day of lhceinliei, 1900  Richard ,>ichiide  Mijiisti-r ol Mint-s.  FOR BALK  A hoi w������tU*r l-oilfi  with   nUhoh'  n etitn alaiust n* w,    Apply at tuit������  t.iHfri  SPORT  and Adventure  Ashore and Afloat  ������ ' with  ROD and GUN  [f you-llke-to ������^d of-the expeHeaccs jl^  snglers, shooters sad csnipers or yscbtlae.  or it you sre Interested In country lite, ssk  your ner-sdesler for Forest aad Stroaav  or write for free specimen copy, or sen*  twenty-five cents for four weeks trial trip.  Forest and Stream is a Urge Illustrated  weekly lournal, wbicb contains tbe following  departments:  Cams Bag and Gat*      NshwtJ Bl^erjr,  Ses nnd River Fitklng, Yaeh.inii  The Sp*rtsmu> Tourist, Ce.no������iiuf.  Riffle and Trap.    , .     Kennel.  Ws send free our estslotrae of tbe hMttMose  oq outdoor life snd recreation.  FOREST AND STREAM PUB. CO.  546 Broadway. New York City.  Coojk's Cotton Root Ccmpoani  , Thp groat Uterine Tonlo, and  ->m>ir safe ellhctnal WoutSly  ^lUigul.itoi'pn which womsu oao  depond, Sold in three oegnae  of strungth-Ko. i, ft i go. f  10 de(-<>oa stronger. S3; No, s,  ^id8������Co^fe^  srepald oil nooM of priw)*  m' ..    - .. ^wpaaJPhlet. A-ddrm  w9uUmmtii*x,imiwn,m, Qm*mrivw\  WATSOW'S  t*������*  ', -,'*H"���������"  , t.1, ���������Ml'*4r,  The Wedding Cheetie.  An absentmlnded man ���������majt com-  plaining of his Innrolty when a friend  said:  "Tou ore lIHe the old father at tho  woddlnir, *>h? A y-^ung brld'nsro'vrn. after the woddlng wat over and tho  bride's old father had gone off t. the  club, bttjran to s-*������rch anxiously among  the wedding gifts.  ���������"What are yoo looking for, dearf  ���������at*, tho bride,  ������������������That If,SOO oneotte of your father's,* he said anxlotWIy. 1 d n't aee It  anywhere.'  "Toor papa Is so absontmtodeiV  ���������aid tbo bride   me 1ft hlg elgar irith  :}*'-Va-  41*!-*4,!*'  'V'.������5i|'V  '    Af ,'y '.'������%>-'-,���������������������������*���������������#��������� -O*  '''<*'. ���������$-.iftr.   AAA-M'\.t^^y  \f^04fr.   k*'������.*AV'''ffa'%*\  ���������iifAf;.*������, '-,**"��������� i-   ' ���������" 'tm&t&jAmA  .^Ittykjrm  lilt  A " ,*('. ,*  ������������������������������������' ,������11 y^ Air  mtftmt.i  !$ippm^\  M-f*^'*  '-���������--..������    ���������.i   \.  ;r* ������ '  ���������*H*_  King ol "Scotch Whtakle^  The HUD80N8 BAY OO  Sole Agents for B C THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  FAR AWAY FROM DOCTOR  AND DRUG STORE  Many Dwellers on the Prairie Have Learned  to Depend Almost Entirely on  Dr. Chase's Medicines.  Living twenty-two miles from a  -drug store the writer of the letter  quoted below tells oi tlie benefits obtained from the use of Dr. -nose's  Medicines in times of sickness and  suffering.  In thousands ot lonely homes  throughout the northwest the family  depends almost entirely on Dr.  Chase's Medicines and Uie receipts  contained in Dr. Chase's Receipt  Book as a means of maintaining  health , and combatting disease.  Mrs. Thos. Shiels, Stoughlon, Sask.,  writes: "We have used nearly all of  Br. Chase's Medicines in our family  with splendid results and send direct  to you for them because we live  twenty-two miles from a drug store.  "In Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills  wo found a cure for constipation, biliousness and kidney disease.  "I used several boxes of Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food for nervousness from  ���������which I had been a great sufferer and  it built me up and strengthened me  wonderfully.  "Some years ago I had an ulcer on  my ankle and tltou^n I tried many  treatments of one kind and another  could get nothing to heal it until I  used Dr..Chase's Ointment, whicii I  have also found an excellent cure for  itching piles. We would scarcely  know how to get along without Dr.  Chase's Medicines.'1- "  The confidence which people have  i.i Dr. Chase's Medicines can only be  accounted for by the fact that they  never disappoint. Por nearly half a  century they have been before the  public and had a record of cures unparalleled in the history of medicine,  These family medicines are sent by  mail postpaid on receipt of price. Dr,  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, 25 cents  a box, Dr. Chase's Nerve Food 50  cents a box, Dr. Chase's Ointment 60  cents a box; At all dealers or Ed-  j manson, Bates & Co., Toronto.  r  Unfortunately a good many men have  lhe conviction  that they  must  keep  exerting themselves all the time.  The}  "call every moment wasted  which  is  not spent in activity of some kind,  either physical or mental.   Such men  -are taking the quickest means to burn  themselves out.   You cannot live well  and keep happy under a constant and  tyrannical sense of effort.   There must  be times of play, times to let up tlie  tension and to do easy and natural  ���������things which don't require conscience  -and exact attention. -HonceBushnell,  4he great Connecticut minister, recognized'this when he said, "Let's go sin  awnile."    Sinning has the advantage '  ���������of being easy,  and there  are  times';  jwhen the easy thing is the right thing, i  ^JA. "ma n~WKo~ta kes-norti me-off-for-one-,  i&ind of play or another, but who keeps '.  lthe aDxious, conscientious look on his [  ���������face day In and day out, may be on the  Toad to heaven, but he will And tbat ���������  the sanitarium is a way station.���������Dr.  A CHSAP PAINT.  Author FI. Gullck In Good Housekeeping  7s   Your  'air Sick?  That's too bad t We had noticed It was looking pretty  thin and faded of late, but  naturally did not like to speak  of It. By the way, Ayer's  Hair Vigor is a regular hair  grower, a perfect hair restorer, It keeps the scalp  clean and healthy.  ������������������I kin wil aotiualntad with ayarfa Ht.tr  Vtaor and I Uke H ������erjr nsnelt. 1 mam atym*  otftllrrcMMiram������R(l It w a������ ���������xcelloDt drtiifns  tor tn������ Vtavir, kM-Mn-- tt toft and nuiooth, and  pm-tnUni the lialr from iplUMnf at tha  Mid*������,"-MIM<II HKH'R, Vaadura, Midi.  H  Kast ay). 0. Ayr Oo,, Low-ili, Umi.  AIM (-twivilMtttrtri *t  K   lAWAPUIUA.  mux  womnctreud.  tiers  Recipe Comes AU the Way From Aus  tralia and Is Good.  As a recipe for the home-making o!  a cheap paint for out-door work, an  Australian paper gives the following:  "Take two bushels of fr,esh stone  lime, or good fresh-slaked lime will  do, but the first is preferable. Put  the lime In a water-tight barrel and  put in enough water to thoroughly  slake it Add twenty-five pounds; ol  beef'tallow and stir occasionally until  the tallow is thoroughly incorporated  with the lime. Less than thia quantity can be mixed by observing tha  proper proportions of lime and tallow. For coloring matter earth colors must be .used, such as yellow  ochre, Venetian red or burnt, umber.  'With^eitberspruee-br--goldea_Qc3ir43'_xou  can get a beautiful soft cream tint,  and by using more ochre a buff tint  Venetian red will give a creamy pink,  which In some cases will look well  Burnt umber will give all the shadei  of drab you want by adding more ot  less as you want it light or dark. Mix  the coloring matter with water la a  separate vessel, taking care that it  does not go lumpy. This can be prevented by adding a little water at a  time and stir thoroughly until you get  It about the consistency of cream.  Prom BO to 75 cents worth of course  >7tll be sufficient to make the mass ft  nice light huff, but as ochre varies ln  Btrengtb tbe tlut nan be secured only  by testing as you mix. As the color  will always be, darker in Its mixed  state than after ft (s applied and, dries  out, test a little first on a piece ol  board until you get the depth of tint  wanted. A pretty combination on a  building Is a buff body, and for trimming add umber to the -buff until you  get a contrasting shade of creamy  drab. Tbe mixture will need thinning  with soft water until It works freely  under the brush. Be careful not to  thin too much. Apply with a whitewash  brush or flat paint brush.  "This is a cheap and durable paint  and is valuable for outbuildings where  a rough grade of lumber Is generally  UBert, which would require a lot of oil  paint, More especially ts It valuable  in palntng old and weather-beaten  buildings. The combination of lime and  tallow forms a waterproof and weatherproof coating which fills the pores ol  the wood and arrests the action of the  weather upon the wood. To make a  good Job, ornrks nn<������ holes In the siding  of buildings should be filled with tho  paint In Its paste form and If filled as  they are reached and Immediate!?  painted over before getting dry, wlf  not show spots or streaks,"  A Surprise Ib Bfsoits  Every box of Mooney'i Perfection  Cream Sodai yoo open���������yoo wiD  find s new delight in these dainty  biscuits.  When yuu want to Turpmc yooreelC  give your appetite a treat wiih  Mooney's    ������  I Perfection Cream Sodas  Hidden by Thoir Color4..  To understand tbo vnluo of what sel*  entlflc mon call protective coloration In  aulnmW ouo uiHkl only look ut tho common ruiTod grouse, or partridge, of  North Atuorlcu uud euiwlder Uow hard  tt Is to seo hlm tn tbo woods, even  whore nothing Intervenes to hide hlm  from view, ills colors agree so woll  with Iho background against which he  stand* Umt Uio eye Is slow to make  hlra out, Mr. (Gregory, la tils volume  of African travel. "Tho Groat IMlt Val*  loy," mentions several striking In-  *������Uaa<.������... wf :'A-''-"''��������������� ���������hna nMectod,  Aiiiuag which thnt of n rwtnin monkey,  Colobus oocldotitii'in, is perhaps the  most peculiar. This monkey It covor*  ed with ������ long, silky fur, arranged ia  alternate stripes of black ind white,  SO   tlttUUaWaUtt    ihm*    .1.     tla'."!    '������    milC*.  prized by ttie natives for making ho.id  ornaments.' Tho contrast of black ntul  white Is so marked that at first sight  It would seem to preclude concealment,  but IU value ls at once evident whon  Uie antmat ts aoon nt home, It lives  tn high forests, where the trees have  block liuuk-i uud branch^, dr.ipM  witb long gray ma������*e������ of board moss  or lichen. As the monkeys hang from  tho branches thoy resemble the lichen  io closely tbat Mr. tlregory found tt  Impossible to recognise theu, even at a  ���������twit distance.  The Blind Htntoi-tan.  William Hickling Prescott, who was  boru at Salem, Mass., on tbe 4th of  Hay, 1796, was the son of a prosperous lawyer, entered Harvard college in  1311 aud graduated in 1814. Early in  his college career he had bis left eye  blinded by a piece of bread playfully  'thrown at him by a fellow student, and  the other eye soon became sympathetically affected; He traveled iu England, France and Italy and then devoted himself to severe study, but it  wa^not till the beginning of 182C that  he found/ the work of his life within  the range of Spanish history. Fortu-  uately bis means were ample, so that  he was able to procure the services of  assistants and to live amid conditions  of comfort. By constant habit be gained the power of carrying a great deal  \o bis memory, and after he had revolved the whole of a chapter iu his mind  he quickly transferred it to paper by  means of his stylus aud an ingenious  wrltiug case especially constructed for  the blind. He published his ''History of  Ferdinand and Isabella" In 1838, which  carried his name across the ocean to  the old world. This was followed by  His "History of the Conquest of Mexico" in 1843, and of "Peru" in 1847.  These gave him a great reputation.  Tops.  Tops are cut from pieces of box,  ebony or other hard wood by a turning  machine. The machine is automatic  and turns, the top complete from the  handle at the upper end to the tip.  The metal poiut is afterward put in by  hand.  NO DIFFERENCE  Dr. Leonhardt's Hem-Roid cures  any form of Piles. Internal, External,  Bleeding, Blind, Itching, Suppurating,  etc., are simply names of the stages  through which every case will pass if  it continues.  Piles are caused by congestion of  blood in the lower bowel, and it takeb  an internal remedy to remove the  cause. ,  Dr. Leonhardt's Hem-Roid is a tablet taken internally, and no case of  Piles has ever been found it failed to  cure.   Money back if it does fail.  $1.00 at any dealers, or The Wilson-  Fyle Co., Limited, Niagara Falls, Ont.  14  There is talk of an electric road  from Seaforth to Brussels,  There is Only One Eclectric Oil.���������  When an article, be it medicine or  anything else, becomes popular, imitations invariably spring up to derive  advantages from the original, which  .they themselves could never win on  their own merits, imitations of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric OU have been numerous, but never successful. Those  who know the genuine are not put off  with a substitute, but demand the  real thing.  Tho Willis shoe lactory, the latest  of Seaforth'B industries, has Btarted  manufacturing.  $100 REWARD $100.  Tbt raaden ot thii paper will ba plaaaed to Haia  tbat thare lt tt Urut om dreadad dlaaaae tb** aolanoa  hu bnn, (.bin to euro la all Iti -tagaa, and tbatli  Catarrh.   Hall'* Catarrh Oar* ia tha only poaltt-a  cur* now known to tha medloel frataralty. Catarrh  it.  i   '"  Adn  .i    i!?*ttbAt'*    -- . -     ���������  tjuonqf thadlMaie, and giving tli a pattant at-tnita  ilonril trea.tra-.nt.   Hall.  tarn-ally, acting dtreotly  jri-MM, reaulrai a oon-tttn-  'a Catarrh (lun ia .taken In.  1 on tha hlood aad  mnooui  ttoini a coniiltutional.tllii#,ai������, ���������fa^irai'la oon-tf-Jg.  . wily, aotu _ ...       ....   .ur/*u������_ or the ������������������utent, thetebt dec-troylns tba fauns*  forl'UoftaitimoBial*.  AdtlroM! F. j. CHENEY * 0o.. Tolado, O.  Bold by drugglatn 7Bo,  Ilka Hall'i Family'Pill, for oonrtlpotior*.  English papers commend Hon. Ro-  dolphe Lemieux's proposal to lowor  postage on British newspapers.  It is proposed at tieafortlt to revive  the town's salt industry,  Eyea and Noaa Ran WaUr.-C. G, Archer,  ot Brewer, Miiino, aayai "I have had catarrh for uevcral yeara, Water would run  from tny eyea and noio for days at a  time. About four months airo I waa Induced to try Mr. Asnew'i Catarrhal Powder, and Hlnro ualntr the wonderful rotn*  cily I have not haa an attack. It relievos in ten minutea." 50 cents.���������17  Walter Reid, an export adviser of  tlio Aoro Club of the United Kingdom, makes the statement in an address tltat the latest prediction arising from tho air .travol lever is  that thoy will be nble to travel from  London to New York in twenty-four  hours.  CEYLON ORCEN  Is Being Exploited by Us on Account of Its  Vast Superiority Over Japans.  LEAD PACKETS ONLY.  AT ALL GROCERS.  40c, 50c and 60c Per Pound.  BOB  Gray's  Syrup  of Red  Gum  Cures Coughs  GRAY'S SYRUP does that one thing,  and doea it well. It's no ���������'cure-all," but  a CURB for all throat and lung troubles.  GRAY'S SYRUP OF RED SPRUCE  GUM stops the irritating tickle��������� takes  away the soreness���������sooths and heala the  throat���������and CURES COUGHS to stay  cured.  None the leas effective because it is  pleasant to take.  25 eta. bottle.  1  Northern Experimental Station. ;  Hon. Nelson Monteith. Mlnistar ot  ���������Vgriculture for Ontario, has returned  "Irom the trip to New Ontario. The Minister went up as far as Iroquois Falls,  454 miles from Torinto. He located a  site for the proposed Government experiment or demonstration station,  about 450 miles north from Toronto. It  was about midway between the northern and southern bounds af the surveyed country. The ide;a, of the establishment of thevGoverwnent station was  to'.prove the suitability of the country  tor growing cereals, and later on experiments would be if l4*������ tvith hardy  fruit*  BABY'S HEALTH.  Every mother who uses Baby's Own  Tablets for her little ones has a solemn guarantee that this medicine does  not contain any of the poisonous opiates-found_in_fiQrCj|ned "soothing"  medicines and Hquid"~pfepararion"sT  These Tablets always do good���������they  cannot possibly do narm. They cure  indigestion, colic, constipation^ diarrhoea and simple fevers, break up  colds, prevent croup, expel worms and  make teething easy. Baby's Own  Tablets have done more to bring  health, happiness and contentment to  little ones than any other medicine  known. You can get Baby'B Own  Tablets from any dealer in medicine,  or by mail at 25 cents a box by writing the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  According to a Berlin correspondent of the Daily Mail Denmark and  Germany have entered into a treaty  to close the Baltic to fleets hostile  to Germany in time of war.  The superiority of Mother Graves*  Worm Exterminator is shown by its  good effects on the children. Purchase a bottle and give it a trial.  The Strathcona council havo placed  an order with a Vnncouver firm for  a portable cottage required as a nur-*  bos' home for the hospital.  Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.  The Gamewell company's firo alarm  sjstem has-been decided upon by Edmonton and will be immediately in**  stalled.  for Family Colds  A raiiaolt town ano wU <y?e ������**������*-  U amayt m ������3*c J-oiue t**t\y fat -ata UM  a.a-e-4 tht Eri* lymptemi appear.  hit *.Vayi _uto, ctMapaf aad b-MM  ta chte* a taki ia Ae ret* be^wwi.  H ii uitr, tee. ^    .     ,  SMi-tV* GmMnptiaa Cure, Uie Urnf  Tonic, baa beta mwmm im ^\y*wm*i  faara. aad Wm el Aawawk el ho-ami*  Canada est) die Uakad Stataa te-<Jiy ete  amarwitlwutk.  , AjAtAmwdam "aWMi*.C-afiwwjiitaaiCafe  li wi-W AmU ib* W iiiatTr fat CouaW aad  tajAm AmiawMAJSmmit, mt t*mmm  win hn*> n������ edm. ~L. FW-*. Naa-aea*Mri.Oal.  if ifwtit wmkiag bat tbe bat wowW  iV.;. he ���������/>> Try it bi year own fata3/.  li it don not .-ure, van tf** back all ia w������  jroa. We tab allAecfcaacea, Naldw  yen met yvnt dnabt ca* lew. ha\ tbat  Lt. 25c it Ae prW* AfltMeteb  ajedicmetdl p.t  SHILOH  You DO NOT havo to know what your  goods are made of when you use  DY-O-LA  IMWJ Home Dye  lie Wmub Wko Knows  StMkliff Values  la tbt woman who mott appreciates  MDomlnba Braud'* Stockings.  The silky yarn*���������Oiuii i*pi**.l  BrWeh atreugUj���������the warmth and  eomfort of every pair make them a  deligbt to every woman.  "Dominion Brand"  STOCKINGS  are Ruaranteed. This  label ie your protection againat ill-  fitting, cheaply mad*  hoatry.  -a-a-ar*.  The fishermen of Marbletliorpe, in  Lincolnshire, are greatly perturbed  by the prospect of not being allowed  to use whelks as bait, which have  hitherto been customary.  Prince Rupert.the new Grand Trunk  Pacific terminal, is no place for a  workingman as yet, say officials, and  they have been warned against going  there.  HIS WIFE'S LUNGS  BOTH AFFECTED  Cut the Great Consumptive Preventative brought Health and Happiness to his Home  Tbe Man Who Thinks  He Must Pay Big Prices  in order to get satisfactory  Underwear, has never enjoyed  the ease and comfort ol  Stanfield's  "Unshrinkable'*  Underwear  It is nude by Caiutfiant--  tor Canadians���������in sizes to fit all  figures���������and weights to suit til  Canadian climates.  And H does not coA much,  other.  Juft uk font dealer to i*W yon  STANFICLO'S-tke Undmmu.  I  "Our doctor said there was no cure for  my wife as both her lungs were affected," .  tays Mr. L. H. Walter, of Pearl Street,  Brockville, Ont "It. was a sad -disap.  pointment to us both, just starting' out m ������  life, only married a short time.   But before 1  ���������he had finished the first bottle of Psyehine '  the pain in her lungs quickly went away,  and after taking six bottles Mrs. Walter  was a new creature and perfectly well  again."  That fa just one of the many families  into which Psyehine has brought hope,  etaith and happiness. It is a living proof  that Psyehine curea Consumption. But  don't wait for Consumption. Cure your  LaGtippe, your Cough, your Bronchitis,  four Catarrh, or your Pneumonia with tbe  remedy that never fails���������  PSYCHINE   j  (Pranouacad Si-lctaa) |  50c. Per Bottle  Leu-gar elsae it mmm e2-e.ll druggie***  DR. T, A. SLOCUM, Llmked, Toronto.  W  N  U  No. lis  *������������������*���������, I*-  TIIE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  WHEN water Is left to Itself, does  it stand still?  What do you think about  that, boys and girls? You������do  not feel sure, do you? Very well, let us  make some experiments and find out.  Of course, if we imprison some water-  tor instance, nil a bottle full of It and  cork it tight���������It cannot move.  But give lt a chance and see what is  the result.  BANTAMS���������AND HOW  TO KEEP   THEM  r  Take a soft brick, not a hard one, and  leave it on end in a dish containing water. After half an hour or so come back  and you will very likely notice that the  water has begun to -climb up the brick.  An hour or so later make observations  again. You will find the water has  climbed perceptibly higher. And, of  course. In time It will reach the top or  the brick (that Is, if there was enough  water in the dish to begin with).  Another experiment. Take a lamp  chimney, tie cheesecloth over the bottom  of it and fill, it with sand. Leave it in a  dish containing water. In a very short  time, if you return to look at it, you will  find the water has started to rise  through the sand to the top of the  chimney. You will observe that It rises  much faster' through the  loose, soft sand than it does  through the solid, hard brick.  Now, can you suggest two  Important principles which  these experiments go to  prove?  One is that water, if left  Rlone, does not stand still,  but tends to rise and spread  through some medium or  other. '',...  The other ls that the best "medium,  is soft and loose, rather than solid and  hard.  Now what ls important to apply these  principles to? This is April, you know.  Why, to plants, of course. Quite right.  Our plants should stand in loose, well  cultivated soil, so that when they are  watered the water will quickly make Its  own way down through the soil to the  bottom and then rise again, thus thoroughly moistening the soil.  DON'T fail to note  the difference between  "m oi s t" soil and  "wet"  soil.  A wet soil has more  water  than can  possibly    stick    to    the  grains   of   earth.    A  moist   soil   has   just  enough water to reach  .and_dlng_to__ej*<|_rx_  grain of earth. Planta  like   moist   soil,   but  not wet soil.  Maybe  some  boy  or  girl   smiles  to  think of water "sticking" to anything.  Ah. but it does!  - See the boy who has just bathed.his  face and hands. What is it sticking to  hts skin that he has to wipe oft with  his towel?   Water,  Some one lets water drop slowly from  a filled fountain pen, drop by drop, on a  pebble. The water from tho first drop  spreads over the top of Ue pebble  and sticks to it. The same, happens  after the second and third drop, etc.,  till there ls more water clinging to the  bottom of the pebble than the top,  When thingB reach this point, the  water begins, of course, to drip from  the pebble. But note how much had up  to this time stuck to the pebble 1  ramar  foP/ass-  '    Blind Artist���������a Game  HANG- a blackboard nt ono ond of  the room. Take each guost in  turn, stand him In front of the board,  blindfold him, give him a ploco of  chalk und ask htm to draw a picture  of a pig or cow or horso,  .Tho othor guests should noto down  in pieces of paper their opinion of  each pig (18 It la drawn, and when all  havo dono their stunt, thon lot them  .vote which did tho best. Otve a prizo  for best and consolation for worst.  '��������� ' "V Memory Game  ON a centre table in another room  arrange about twenty articles of  any and ovory sort.  Give eaoh guoat a shoot of paper  and pencil and usher all the players  Into tho other room. Glvo thom Just  three minutea to survoy and try to  memorise tho articles that are on tho  table.  Thon, returning to the flrst room,  they must write di���������������n all tho articles  they oan remember. Give about ten  .minutes for this, Then have them  exchange papers and correct the lists  after tno correct list, which you read  'aloud.  A prise for the best list.  This Ij.m^lsj'eryjBnJpj'aWe.  BANTAM raising is a fancy, nothing more. There is no money in  bantams, only a lot of pleasure.  And not merely boys and girls,  but men and women get the craze for  them.  And what wonder! For is there anything under the sun more cunning  than a sprightly little game bantam  or a thickly feathered, beautifully colored little Pekln (or Cochin) bantam?  The home of bantam raising is really  in Kngland, but America has taken it  First, look at the side view. You see  a 3-foot hall, by which you enter  the house; then a house 6 by 8 feet in  size. The depth from top of roof to  floor is 8 feet. A door opens from the  hall into the chicken house, and a window from the house tnto the chicken  yard or run. (Make the latter any size  you wish, of chicken wire fencing, 5 feet  high, with a boarding 1 foot high all  around the bottom.)  The front view shows you how to put  in the window, tiand also  a small en-  cause of your having neglected to keep  their house clean!  With a house built on Mr. Hofacker's  Elan, cleaning is very easily done. The  hens* nests could be made with a steep  celling, so that the chickens could not  roost on the top of the boxesi The  boxes have no bottoms to them, but rest  right on the floor, so that you may lake  them up and turn them upside down.  For a hen roost, natl a narrow strip  of wood with its flat side on the thin  edge of another narrow strip of wood,  up enthusiastically, and now we have  many beautiful varieties on exhibit in  all our great poultry shows.  The demand in bantams is for form  and color. So if you are going to keep  bantams, boys and girls, start In with  the best you can get, if you can only  have two. Better two that are fine in  form and color than more than two  that have nothing to boast of!  Probably the quaintest variety of  bantams so far produced is the Japanese bantam. Notice the extreme  shortness of his legs. If a first-class  specimen, indeed, he will not show  any leg at all when walking. This ls  due to the profusion of his feathers.  The tail is very much developed and  the feathers stand erect, as high as his  head or higher, often touching the  back of his neck.  Many of you wish to know how to secure bantams and then how to take care  of them.  There are several varieties of bantams  from which you can make your choice.  The picture shows a pair of bantams of  ���������the_brow_n2breas_ted,,r.ed__g_ame_ variety.^  You will notice that the male fs considerably larger than the female.  For your purpose, you had better not  buy more than one cock and four or five  hens. The price of one cock and two  hens ranges from $5 up, although you  may be lucky and get them cheaper,  Through the kindness of Mr, William  Hofacker, Polly Evans ls able to give  you boys and girls an excellent plan for  a bantam house.  >*5sN  trance close to the floor. (The floor, by  the way, should be raised a foot above  the ground so as to keep the house clear  of vermin, etc.)  From the side, front and ground views  you can learn the positions of the water  fountain, grit box, roost and nests, with  which the house should be furnished.  "Why have a house at all?" you may  ask. Well, the reason of this is that  chickens came originally from tropical  regions, and so, like hothouse flowers,  they cannot stand too much outdoor  weather. They thrive best where their  delicate combs and toes are not exposed  to frost.  Any kind of lumber will do for your  bantam house, and ft need not even.be  smooth lumber. Even with poor materials you can put together a very  neat and serviceable house if you put  your mind to it.  For your roof material you had better  use tar   paper.    First make a roof of  ordinary boards, then put on your tar  paper, tacking it down, as indicated in  _"th"e~drawingr  Of course, you understand that it is  absolutely necessary to keep the bantam house perfectly clean. When .you  undertake to keep chickens, you are going into the housekeeping business; so  you must be as faithful as a housekeeper In attending to your duties. My!  how ashamed you . would be. to have  nothing to show your friends but untidy,   Insect-infested  bantams,   aO be  lt you look at It from the end, it will  look like the capital letter T. Round  and smooth all the edges of the boards  with a plane or knife.  A good water fountain that cannot be  soiled by the birds can be made from a  jug. Make a hole near the bottom of the  jug by nicking off a piece of the surface  with the corner of a hatchet, and then  boring the hole with a sharpened nail.  When the jug is filled with water, put  a stopper in the hole. The water will  remain above the hole in the jug, but  will not rise any further.  Perhaps some of you boys have other  good suggestions for water fountains.  Freedom frbm dampness and regular  feeding are two of the secrets of success in bantam raising. For the flist  week or two of small chicks' lives feed  them "hard-boiled eggs chopped fine  and mixed with bread , crumbs or  crushed crackers. After that, some  patent meal and mixed grains.  If length and profusion of feathers  are desired, feed a liberal allowance  of cooked meat and scraps from the  table; ~ This"is "not"good-f ood-f or-game  bantams, however, as they should not  have much feathering.  Don't forget fresh water dally, fresh  air, good, clean grit and plenty of  green food.  If you have any further questions to  ask, write to Polly Evans or to Mr.  William Hofacker, P. O. Box 158, Norwood, Pa., inclosing a stamped, self-  addressed envelope for the reply.  How the Boys Can Build a Good Boat  IN THESE pictures you have  a good, simple plan for the  construction   of   a   homemade  boat.   A boy. of 15 recently made Buch a bout, and  it was a success.  With $5, which he earned by  doing odd jobs, he bought tho  lumber, nails, paint, etc,; and  he used tho tools that a boy Is  likely to And In hler father's  household kit.  Ho llrst built the frames  with square ends, oh you seo  In the picture. Then ha built  tho sides of two wide boards, ,  which wore sawed with a gradual curve  from each side of tho centre. These ho  nailed to tho framo, and ho very carefully fitted the end ploces,  After that, ho turned tho whole affair  over and fitted and nailed the bottom-  boards In placo, putting on the edges,  etc., a thick coat of paint, so as to make  tho bottom watortlgnt, and between tho  edges of tho boards he laid lengths of  lampwlcklng, loosely twisted and smear  ed with soft lead,  Then, when ������.he planks were all thoroughly put on, he gave the entire boat,  Inside and out, two coats of paint. Aftor  this It was ready for the flnal touches-  seats, deck, gratings, etc,  The lumber he used was boards % ot  an inch thick, but for the deck only  Inch boards wero uBed.   At each en  ho made lockers to hold his spare fish  Ing tacklo, etc.  He mado the gratings so that they  could easily be removed for cleaning or  balling.  The length was 10 feet, width at  centre 3 foot, depth amidships 2 feet,  depth at ends 1 foot. ,  And it cost him only about |5 in  money. Ho did not figure out how  much hia time and labor woro worth.  Such a boat as this can be as good  as one could wish, If well constructed,  Girls, Remember.    ~  DON'T am*1* a boy beoauae he wear*  (.hubby clothes, When Edison*,  the Inventor of the telephone,  flrat entered Boston he wore a pair of  yellow linen* breeches, In the depth ot  winter.  Don't snub a buy hficause of the fg*  norance of hia parent*.   Shakespeare*  ' tbe wnrld'm noet  wit* the son of a man  , who was unable to write hia own .mine.  IWI   I'uiili n Wu* "ncrnii4-;'*   hid   bom*  Ir  plain   end   iinpretenttoua.  Abraham  i Lincoln's early homo waa a log cabin.  '     Don't ������nub a boy because ha chooaea  a humble, trade.   Tho author of 'TH-  i grlm'a Progress" was a tinker.  i     Don't *niii������ n boy becnuao of his phye-  ���������������������������;  r���������-.' ���������'"������������������    ifiiintt ������"!������ hiimi  [ "Dori't snub' a boy rtw>������iise of dulnes*  ' In hi* ienanna.   Hogarth, the celebrated  painter and engraver, was a stupid boy  nt hi* books, ,_    , ���������  Don't amiri a boy bfcance hi* stutters,  Di'mnMh* ne������, the* nrent ������>rntor of Greece,  overcame   n   harsh   nnd   stammering  volt"44.  fiiin't snub nnv one. Sot ntnn*-> be.  enuM4 (.onu- day he mny fnr niilHirlii  vmi In th*4 raee of lite, hot beennao It  ���������, U lu-lUmi' tviud m>r right nor christian.  A Book Game  <TmiS Is Jolly for a rainy evening,  I    and Instructive, too,   Also good  *   for a party.  Qlvo overybody a sheet of paper and  a pencil and send thom Into the library,  or Hitting room to guess thc titles of  books or the names of authors by certain objeota which you have previously arranged to represent thom. Tho  objects should bo numbered to correspond with the numbers on tho shoots  of paper.  Give the players twenty minutes or  half an hour to complete their guesses.  A prise should be awarded the one  who made tho largest number of correct guosses.  Here are samples for you to uso and  Imitate.  "Measure for Meaauro" ���������A pint  measure and around It a tape measure.  "The Spy"���������A tolesoopo,  "Essay on Man"���������Picture of a man  and on It a large out-out "8," also an  "A "  ".Nicholas Nlckleby"���������A 6-cent piece,  close by It the letters "A 8"; then another 0-cent piece, followed by the letters "B Y."  "Never Too Late to Mend"*���������A clock  stoppod at 12 o'clock, with a pile of  unrnended articles heaped up In front  of It, together with needle, thread and  Some Amusing Epitaphs  l������fc.  Tttlea"-8evera!  tails made  OUl  Mi  VllUul'-kViJU..  "WM-m4 Sweet"���������Pox of quinine pill*  side by side with a stick ut cAut-fr..  Oladatono���������Ploture of laughing girl  with small stone beside It.     .  Mark Twain���������Two straight Unon on  a piece of paper.  Howells���������Picture of a dog howling.  Can You TellP  Can you tell Polly Evans If there I  any r.ro������ent tens* or future tense, of i ���������  verb "wrought"?  Wa can say: "The woman** ixu-n '  wrought upon his sympathies." tint i.o ���������  can we sny It la having that f-ffrvt .-.<  fhe pr-went moment, or rmpheev that ,i  will hnve thnt cflVi-t I'.iviiirniw .'  L<wk In th������ dtetlonnry, toys and girl*.  T( i-l a cnrltitu (jtremlnn  (Are there any amusing or curious epitaphs on old headstones in your neighboring cometerles. boys and girls? Polly Evnns would be Rlail to hear whnt  ,th������y are, If you will kindly write to hor,)  THIS Inscription la to be found on ������  tombstone In un EngllHh churchyard, The man to whose memory  It was raised waa, us the writing explains, fond of eating:  "Here Ilo tho bones  Of Joseph Jones,  Who ate whilst he was ablet  But once o'er rod  He drooped down dead  And fell beneath tho table.  When from has tomb  To moot his doom  He rises amidst sinners,  Since he muat dwell  In neoven or ���������-,  Take hlm-whlch gives best dinners."  A stone In nn English churchyard  rhowa this plaintive epitaph. The trade  of the deceased while he wns alivo and  ������he manner of hia desth nro botn ex-  wlalned In the auulnt rhyme:  HARD TO BREATHE  LITTLE Marlon waa n very affec-  ttonute child, who dearly loved his  mother. Hia chief delight was to  give her great bear hugs, holding her  tuat around the neck till moilK-r would  (.1*   UUt,        iUU .V   ^,<,LV.<)Hl|.   It.v.   Hit   .���������!���������������>.   tl  can't get my breath!"  One dny Million waa t&������������>n to the  storo to get ft new pair of ahnew. Several pairs wero tried on, nil or them too  large.  At lnat, Mrs. Smith wild, "Those will  never do,   Try u nmitller imlr."  When thoy were put on and buttoned,  Silts,* Marlon trktl .-ulHilU���������;  "Mamma, these ebot-u tip reus me so  tlirhi 1 enn't get my bretl"  "Weep, strangor, for a father spiued  From n stagecoach nnd thoreby killed;  Hia namo was John Sykes, a maker of  sn������Hnni<ers,  Slain Willi three other ouUlde pusaen-  gers."  Enoch Wood, a rustic celebrity, who  waa locally famous as a cricketer, died  In 1852, and thla waa rained to his memory!  "Tread  gently,  stranger,  'noath   this  mound,  Tho bones of Enoch Wood aro laid,  Hard by the village cricket ground  Whereon in life ho often played,  How oft In vain the bowlers sought  To bring an ond to Enoch's stay!  How oft his curly ones have brought  To other bntsmen dire dismay I  Alas I no more he'll mako a score,  Par, faced by that grim bowler, Gout,  He chanced to get his Leg before,  And Death, the umpire, gave him 'Out,*  His game of life Is played and won,  An honest man���������hrnve, gentle, wage,  He'll  hear the  Victor's  meed,   'Well  done!'  WJ"-n Qod works out his nvara������e"  A Peculiar Sea Atiem-Mte  MOST iuiliiU.-, .,*.'' ,*u um ..,..1,1.1  attach themselves tn rocka or  other hard aubatnncea, but  ther*4 are aome that mnko their home  In Band, In which they can bury  thomaelvos completely, or above tho  eurruco of whicii ilu-y eau uh readily  H..V.  Extended, tlinno ������ca nnemonea may  be tMiveii or i-lght Inehen tn length, or  morej colliiimed, iticy nettle* down mi  that their tentncled upper dine in  fluxln witli tl������e Huitiict.) uf tho mind ur  mud In which they bury tliemaelvvH,  or It mny he drawn down u little* below It, making n huk- donresalnn, a  *,< cit,'t>li l..t|i f.if ai,;, .',u.i,ll titaUlV*  tlmt ������������������������������������gilt cliiwiett to wander that  wuy,  LITTLE L-C had 2 write  An S-A on a B,  A most P-Q-liar subject.  And she hadn't 1 I-D.  'Twas not a very E-Z task,  As any 1 may C,  And M-T was her paper  When 'twas almost time 4 T.  At last she took her pencil  And wrote, "I think the B  If TJ should make him angry,  Is an awful N-M-E.    .  "Dear teacher, please X-Qs me,  >      I've nothing moro 2 say; m  ���������   But I'll write a lovely S-A *"*  ���������,     Ona K-T-did some day."  G. M. BUSiE  A Waif s Success ���������i  r)OLLY  EVANS  reprints  today an*.  XT editorial whioh recently appeared:  In  tho Philadelphia Press.   It If*  ono that every boy (and girl, as well)  should read,  Under the head, "A Watt's*'  Success," the editorial says:  In the resignation of John Green.  Brady as Governor of Alaska thore retires from official life a man whoso success should be an Inspiration to every  American hoy, tor it is only In this landi  of immeasurable possibilities that suclti  a career Is possible, In the life record  of Governor Brady thero is inmorlbool  moro of romance, persistence, pntlcnco  and battling against obstacles than can  be found between the leaves of half tho*  modern Action that has made tame and  fortuno for Its authors,  John Green Brady was a waif of New-  York, a product of tho Flvo Points of:  fifty years ago, Loft by thc death oC  both purcnu to shift fur himself, ht* became a part of tho human flotsam and  Jetsam of the city streets thnt was  gathorcd In by the llfo lines of tho  Children's Aid Society. Bent Wost with  scores ot others at the nge of 8, he  found It home and friends among  strangers,  Then followed years of work, of growing ambition, of desire to help thosa*  who, like himself, had been left as  wiecks on life's sea, He made his way  through Yale and through Union Theological Seminary, and then wont South,  whore, in Tesae, he undertook to establish a colony for the slum boys of New  York, it failed through look of fuuda,  and Brady became a missionary to  Alaska, lili conscientious work, clear  idoas and devotion to duty so imprenst-d  President .McKlnley that In Wl bn appointed him Governor of Alaska, a no-  altlon which he has continuously fllloil  since then until his resignation a few  weeks ngo,  All honor to John Green Brady? What  h������ hua done other boys with greater  iidvnntiigei can do. There la no rung  In iho Inititer nf (KicenM ������������W high for  those who, liko (Jovernur in mo, u**k>w*>  Ul  Hit* Vi.tli'lJi.     The  t-U't   tb'M  I"1 "U't u  1 alum hoy atfrniilaiwl rather than re-  proaned hia ambitions. He hud In lilm  She stuff of which the typical American  la made. Ills hiiccidhm has (lernimiuruUxI  It, and. the country would tie bettor oft?  If thero wore more of IiIh kind,  Snow nt Halfpenny ft Pound.  Hnow Ix MOM In the north or rtMly.  whoro It fetches nhout a halfpenny n  pound. It Ih n government monopoly,  imd the 1'rlnc*. of Palermo derive* th*  greater pnrt of hia Incomo from It. Ttm  snow, wliUh I* gathered on tho inoun*.  t������1nn tn felt-covered baskets, la wldalja  bought in the cities for rt trigtruttiim  purpose*, , - * * ' ii.   ' ' "-  mmr ;._.mmm.**t>i*-m**memAS.----'**  *i ' - '***__  ��������� *' St-.  THE \ KEWS, ������������������ 'CTJMBEBLAND, BRITISH  COjuUMB  a/;  $  T^rr *v~HraW'  Council meeting last night and  vacancies filled by Messra Daniels  & Mitchell. CfHcers and commtt-  ies were appointed.  BRITISH     COLUMBIA  ANTI - TUBERCULOSIS  SOCIETY  Victoria, B. C. Jan. 19th 1907V  W. B. Anderson, Esq.,  Cumberland, B C.  Pear Sir;-***  I have thc honour Jo acknowledge receipt of your letter of the  3rd instant, aud apologize for delay in  ansvv������tm*4, when your Ictte. arrived I was  on the Mainland, and returned quite ill  with Grippe.        *  ' On behalf of our Society 1 beg to thank  Mrs Anderson and the ladies associated  with her, for their effort on beliajf of our  Consumptive .Sanitorium. I hope to,  visit Cumberland in the near future, and  trust I will have an opportunity of personally thanking the ladies for their kindness,  Mr C'llletlv m .nitferi f the Bank 0  ���������Montreal of Victoria is the '.trustee for  the building fund,,  I have the. houour'to.be, Dear Sir  Your obedient servant.  C. F. F.igan, Secretary  "    *  msauA,Ami.muimammammmmiiimam <���������������w���������������rEr.-i*ut������r-.  s Your Patiiotlsm Dead?:  , f  .  BRITISH   WATCH  aTovement made m England :  Case made in panada.  At the same price as American  Watches,  -ji  t>  1,  P. STODDART, tee Jwfc  J  ^���������^���������*4**$*^*9<**9*������t*+*##+4'*.j>  ���������9  ���������9  Dull Evenings  Are Banished  WHEN YOU OWN  A  Columbia  Graphophone  It Wiix PKovip.K  THS BEST MUSIC  THE. FUNivrEST SONGS  THE MOST LAJJGH ABLE  RIGHT AT,YOUR OWN FIRESIDE, AT  a Mon.KK-ATs Cost.     WritIs l'ou  CATALOGUE OK CALL  AT  mm* mmttm  CAMPBELL'S  Cream, Current  aud  Cottage Loaves.  IlOctol  [lOceai  Sugar & Ginger Cook- <|  ies, L-itrto" Sn*ipj,  Sponge Drops.  -tweet-pies���������  Bvery Saturday  3 for 26c  MMl  Tbe split in the Liberal ranks in  Victoria will .ensure tho election  of one wore Conservative makiuR 3  Conservative���������-1 Liberal.  Vancouver is said to be solid for  5 Conservatives Mclnnes. having-  ruined what chances he may have  had by hia unwarrantable attacks  on tb-d Socialists, and labour party.  TH������w utterances have been  pro-  4������0tivel of  greater   harm  in  tho  smaller constituencies and will   be  responsible for a much larger maj  ority for Grant here than if left un-  Mansotis All.-ertii vou* is getting  atrtiinzer every day. JS'oiv word  comes thai Tex ad a goes {joiici for  .him.  Mr.Melnj.fas bas Again blundered  badly in ��������� JWsla'ud. According to  dispatches", lie informed a large  mee:ing"in thatiown that the Liberals bad no use for Socir.liets or  I.aboriiea, and dm not wnnt ihe'u  voieij. An uprour kdlowed, and the  tiituation became sostrainud in Und  _gonsxitumicy~i v.- consequ011 ce-of-h-i-s-  UJ-advieed remarks that Mncdonald  the Liberal leader, has been unable  to visit other districts, being k-pi  bui-y smoothing imuters uvei- in hi--  own constituency, in which he iti  said tu be ill in favor with the. pri:*  ties, further antagonized by.'Main nes.  The Nanaimo Heraid, reporting  the Molunes ��������� meeting heie, say*-  that at the singing of the National  Anthem on that occasion*, the Soci  alsts present rose and walked out  in a body. Thin is incorrect.  Four fifths of the'audience went out  inim.'diateJy the speaker ooncluded.  and not out of disreopeot to the  King, but out of 'disappointment  with Mclnues, and in disupprobut4  ion of his tactless remarkH.  mi*mai#m*itGfa&Vm'm-,<xuajr������>  .NOTIOB  f * y���������...mm***  Having sold our Oumberlaud Branch  Storevto Messrs MoPhce & Sous we ,tai;e  thia opportunity of -.hanking our mauy  ouik-mers for tneir Hiiwal pa.rou-ige ia tlie  past.      '  Wb curry a FULL LINE OF GENERAL  MERCHANDISE in tur  - Coaslox Branch  and will i-pd-'iaVuur to snis tlio   public   by  handling the best nood*- at the lowist j^rico  ������. J. ITOOKLE.  _ jy***4*-"!_���������*'J*���������'"���������'!*'jiaa*!!??***'y____-__*^*>___vf*'_:m������'Uw_-^i iii ������������������*-*���������_��������� a������w>ii  NOTICE  The Liberal (Jomtxiittee rooms?  are open day and night.. Businona  meetings on Monday and Friday  evenings.- Everyone invited who  is iiitereated in tho return of Mr J.  B; Bennett..;.  VICTORIA, NANAI_������0  VAK-COXJVEB.  Sole Agents For 13. C.  0. rj. TARBELL  rmnme mnme*. ���������^���������awnra .ae nervmt  mrmememtMXfmtarroimmMn am  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And all KITCHEN UTENSILS  Ji  *>  >?*������.  McBride sweeps the  County  ���������O4-*4**4!    *m*mtim*imi*ma  \.  Tbe rumor -.nine ground tbat Me-  Jnnea baa purposely stirred up a  tempest by these tactics in Rossland in order that MoDonald may  be defeated, in whioh eflso Mclnnes  expecting election, would aepire to  the leadership.  What was at ono time thought  to be a doubtful constituency is  Enqulmatt. Reliable sources give  the word tbat Pooley wins bands  dowu.  Haanich Liberals shelve a strong  and popular oat.didn.te, and sets up  a nuohice tnad^ afpirant (o* par-  lifttuenti������ry honours. He will be  fi������fe������U.d-  From ovory qu������'ter comos  the  assuring word that Promior   Mc  Bride's majority m tbe next houce  w 11 be stron-.,   tyrd wins en������ily h   Huwna.   Jt  ia a'qtieMfop <f  ������   n-ftn   mn tl *w  found to defeat bim in that district.  J)r Young r������!*y rt*i*t  ea^y   v.l..-:������  , Capt, Irvintr, opposes himfn   Atlin.  tffing is a back number.  A protty little paper has pent uf  its inital number. The "Fraeer  Advocate" published in Chilliwaclt  bears an Itn initio "A journal of  optimism and helpfulness, especially devoted to the interest* of tbe  Fmsor Valley", Il is well printed in nice type on good pnpor, givMi*  news of its district, fmm notofl,  political news, and boing Conservative, of course is on the right  side. Tbe covar page prints por  traits of tho V>lid four", McBricin,  Dewdtiey; Gifford, Now VWlminster: Cawley, Chilliwack, McKenzie, Delta;  BpeakinR of Vancouver. II says���������  ���������'If anything hnd been neodnd >o  insure the election  ������if  the  -Solid  PJ'^C" Jn  T'r'i������M-,rtni.fi*������i \1-in   Y\' ;*,(*^v> ������  p*  W. W R. MfT'tni-ft nr������ thr op' t-t_\  ion ticket of that city u-on:d 'have  well turned tbe pc 1? to the right  fide. No flrea'er intuit cci?d huvf'  Ivtsn offered to tlu; in'..] icenee nv.d  intoarlty of the hotieft ciuctorB of  that constituency than tho nd.������nt  of the ex coiumifi-ioner of the Yuk  on and now-coninii'.iioner of the  ���������'Ottawa4 machine". To elect thia  11.nn a'ul 1.1 ifi lickol on .vlilcu In-  appears wo'ilcl be trrapon to ������h������4  Province nnd <ho verient, rriuiiH1,-*  from a hii-sineee view point, tiwoh  orime and lolly is unthinkalilo oi  thebuainesH inoliopolis uf P.riii������h  Coltriibia"  Wf ii-ii!.| llu* Advi..ij*,������Ui v  NOTICE.  TENDERS >ott CROWN LANDS  8KALRD'.TBNDKR8 ondoraoIrJ "'Vendor*  lot LxiiJ," ivili be.rnooivtid.by 6li������ nndnr'-  Biijiipd np tio flvo o'oh'oh iu tbo ������ftrtrii'v.*n of  Friday the lflrh diy 0^ F������bruaryi 1907, for  the following Urowu Lm-A, aitiiafced in tho  Cmnox A*i vamoiit Distriot:  N, W. { ������f Sooti'-n 8, Tp. 0, Oomox Dk-  triot, 88 uorus.  In additinn ko tho amotint ton der od thoro  will bo a Grown Oriuit Foe ol $10,  Tho highest or any tender will uot ooooo*  narily bo iwooptod,  JOUN BAIfiO,  ftovorntnouti Agent.  Camberland, B.C.,  SWtb Jwmtuy, 1907. .  ���������jaatga^agiaBBiia^^  QOLLEGIATE,  SCHOOl  '.   . ;"������������������'��������� PO.R-BOYS ��������� ������������������"������������������  The'Laurels.  ,      Belcher Street  Victoria B. C  _      i'ftinm  and  Vittiinr.  TI1ELOED   BISMOI'  OP   COLUMBIA.  Sportsmens Goods  and  Genera! Hardware  viS*j**t*j*t***&v**i������  mmsmmmmeemmmammaaaemmaammmmmmmmm  i-mm nnw  t3eirri*stef and. .Son-sXtor*  and  lNotafy Public  v    .    CQnveyancln}.  ���������^���������i^^^i^^m''^Si������i^mm  iUs  1  &*������?'$,&  ^fUD  J.W. LAIN-S, i.\sy,, M. a., oxi'*.;r.a  A>si.*'ti.*il hy -iltreis G.--i-i(i������t.Oh 'if V -j {<��������� (.���������������*.;-  nized Uuivt-i*aiti������s ot Lf-'-<j;i,i liritaiu uud Cm-  adii.  or  wm  Modcraro tovuiH (or buai-dors.  Property (ioiixiafH of fiv<; r.or������s with spaci-  ouH'aohool, l)uildiin!!(, 1 xt'Hiaiv.) wren un*  gronudu, n> muadJuiu. (};.d'ir-t our pa oiviiou  iZud. .  tern APPLY TO  HEAP MAWGlV'  ������8%IV2i)INZX2^VZ'm^^  Aih&k'vm m thu Nkws  IT GOES A LO.NP WAY  wa^WMaa*li.n��������� 'faiawaw ..���������Maniwpawawwtltt..aOTta������wiuwiOT^K'JgJuitaaMM  -mf%.<2,  Having & cur. d  Aw  .amos  '.ve will hs in u poj-ition td fill your  ordwrti during tho curaing winier.  rwwawwi^t.i-u-wjww *maenm*tmnml*ttmwm^*������*-ua*mtm  *neitaaemn*mjmT^<m*+***nme  *.������������ .iti-iS aSiulL������ ;iii   dun.J  ,v������,*mGm������vm������������''x mttmmmmmmmms  ,tA j  ',\ <t������  hi  ilmm  BARK OF .CANADA. ���������      J  Vail I  live- h  uuu.  tl.fi  life of tiH-ifulijt4*-* so ablv btt  Comox Assessment District.  ,.    ��������� ���������       1  WOTICK IS HEREI1Y GIVEN in  li   RccorJancc with tho StntuteR, that  Provincial Uevenuc Tax nnd all iisstJBge*!  Taxes and Income Tax, anm-sHod and  levied, mulei Uie Asuessnient Act, nro  now due nnd payable for the y������������r 1907.  All taxes collectible for tho Comox  AHsessinont District .ire due and pay*  able at mv office, situate nt Cumberland.  This notice, in terms of Law, Is equivalent to a personal demand by me upon  all persons liable for taxes.  JOHN HAIRD,  Dopnty (Xrwi-u'tnr Him Colleot'ir,  Cii'-ciberlnnd Post-Office.  CnmberUftd HO., Jan. 14. 1007.  2t���������j_3  rllf(������UWJIil!>'-*''i***'4'.r'.**..U*fl.ii'U.M.|illt***W  lULWI  AUOTION 3A1E on  WEDNESDAY,  Uan, 30, 1007  at McKay's Butcher   Shop.  Ci-'pherlaml, B. O.  Mn.it Blof'kf, Riuisnijfl Maehino,  Rear'.iiR Ci-jnr, Pulton -Turhtne,  .S;tU**:it_o UoiU4r, Kiro prodt rtitie,  Dosk, Uuicber Tool's.' Etc., Etc.  I fc'Udnh, 2 wu#ms, Hurnoag, etc.  T-.i*o    Ch.tir ,   M<M)i   IIi>okn,   arid  FiiC.JA"-'  Sale to Commenco at 3 p.m,  H. A. Dillon, Auctioneer.  ���������r*������r^v������F**WT*v,. -Mi������4.4^'i*4'4������*������wn^iio������^i*tt4'  ^���������11 winrm��������� 1 >Tnr<miln rnrinm> minwn������is*n iximifituriinm��������� rinn m^rrwirn ni-nniiiiT.1 minn-inw 1' wiiffiini run���������������������*.���������pmn n|nj innmniiiui >������jfc4  *  Capitoland'Reserve,, $8,000,000. Total Assets. $43,000,000  .'SAVINGiS   DEPARTMENT*  fpl.OO will open an account,   Interest tillowoi) and no delay in  withdrawals. -'  l 10 to 8  OFFICE HOURS   Saturday*, 10 to 1.2  ( Pay NightB, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  ���������-���������'..      ��������� A. B. NETHERBY; Mariagep.'  ������ft^^i^^^^^il^-M^to*^*^ X ^m&'*4*^MM  mtvsvM.w>j'Wiai-:^:,m  To The Public  a���������IIMNMMMMM.  .MUMwwaMMaaaUMa*  ������w���������������.M������i*������.'W>.������������.������.i..w������������..w..aa..>i������������iwai������.������������nlw.������  Vi  Wo bavo rcowiitly takon ov������r tho busincne forrnorly mnnugo^  by Mot-bra C. J. Moore & Co., which wo will ruu.lu connection  with our butcher bueineue. We nre buoy opening up n������w  stock and will shortly liave in good running shape a flrst oluss  General Store.  Uur tuui wiil uo to givo i'ui> iivaii toiv'nto jjuoolulvmul iiiiaxjiiiiii  a sharo of your putrouago,  t_mmmmm*mm*i*mmmimm*mmmma*mm*ii*mmm*m*m*m*,*mm,mm  ^  U mMW^m.    iiVV  gtf^a'^  , -feemm  ry Tjr"! watte* of oifntc- ue  of Iho Kfivinrd Htatino* of CaundA aud  ' ANU IN THK MATTKR OF������n Im-  provmiKiut Ui Uta Tuoittu, iti.ur, Van  o<iuv<*r -Mind.  TAKK NOilC'K thit the Vlotorfu Lnm-  bor and Miniu^^turinK <Vmjj'r,y, I.I*  mi ted, hava tht* day, 10 pUM4ti*uc*j tit  tlUliliilli i'     ���������������*      *.!-���������     Av ,     (..41.!.   .Uki     4.>-i t. t".  Works conetnioM in or nv.������r N*w!<*n.i|<.  Wulw*, iiit.il ,* (Am *u).I dir, i;i,(>i,i.,n it .1.0  proponed site with tho Mintst-sr of  PuWio  VVdi-lts nt Ottawa and a dnnHcnto tlioronf Iq  lliu inxit,* ui wit* Ku-_ .,'urur 01 itLltw lur tlia  ���������Dittrint in whfoh huoIi work i* propncod to  bo oondtiuotei*.  AND TAKK NOTIOE thnt on Moudsy  tlioii8''i diy of .Iitmary, 1007.  Npp'.icatf.m  will lw inudo u> thu OiivDinur-Gnutriil  in  CoH'i-eil fnr iporo"al thi*rr,.������f,  Vatud ihi* 17th dav at Decmlm, 1000,  i.������)iiV, KLL, A iMWbOK,  NnltdiVorn for Applioant*.  J 21���������lm

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