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 r  1  t  \ 1. i-,  \ ���������������������������^-������������������' ���������  :'t-  ^f  , .,    /    r;r\ .  its;  "���������-:���������; Y  \ M)l  onia; b./  e> .^  /  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox. Oistriot,  3=  *Tju5News, Nineteenth Year.*  CUMBERLAND   B. C.    TUESDAY, AUGUST 15.-1911  Subscription #1.00 a Year  W."  MM������|g*8tf*  The Sfcor������e  of Quality  |Thc Store  I       Of Quality  t  THE BIG STORJE  YOU WANT GOOD VALUE  :   :   IN CLOTHING  ������  SB  wm^*umi**m?^**!tmi*^SfK^v&s!/  You'll find when you get acquainted here  that this is a store where all are treated alike.  We will take just as good care of you at one  price as another. We sell nothing, but  CLOTHING THAT WE GUARANTEK,  and that means value lor jour money���������No  matter what you pay.  A Suit is a Suit!  If we could make Ym better���������we would;  If we could yive better value���������we would,  Hur'wRCA.rr  KeithfiR can anybody ki.se.  We have the largest range of the   finest  ��������� materials, the newest patterns, at the lowest  'prices on this island.   .  ���������_ -We-dono.-ask--you-to-takeour word-fori t"r  All we -ask is Jor   you, to cume in and see for  yourself."  V* Prices from ^lQ.00Jwto #30.00  ,**fif***'\to***!***fa'*^^ JS  ' Simon Leiser &/Co..LtcL   |  Dun������mulr Ave., Cumberland. ''&  Mr. U. F.   Montgomery is  in  town tin n bhort visit.  .������,: Locals.-  Mr, and Mrs, L. A, Moitnco  returned Saturday night from a  visit to Viincniivtuv  Miss Anthony ciniio up from  Vitutsoiiver by vS-ttiirday's bout on  ���������ft visit tn friends hwre.  Mrs. T, K. Banks nnd Miss B,  Hunks returned from an extondod  visit to Bound cities, T. E. wears  n niurn eoutnnted-smile now.  Mr. "'"1 Mrs, J. T. K. I'abner  leave here on Wednesday morning's hour, for Viuii'.niivi'r,  i,,      |   .    ���������Hi-   Mr, Htnnloy Warn is severing  hi* cntMiootinn with the Cortior  Strira tr net-opt ti pnnitinti as travel  ling t������ lesman for Tnoko k Co, nf  Moiitronl. He ojcpcctf to lonvo  town next Sunday.  Mr. A .lai'k nnd his brother  vi'fi-nUv from S"nthind nrn also  l������nvintr us to look for moro com  treiiinl employment. During hi������  flny among ns for nearly a yonr  !Mi\ Juok'ir'H made many wnrm  fn'onds, nnd wo nil regret tho lop*  nf liim genial eomnnnv,  Mr, TI. 0, Ashlov, U'ho linn  heon vi������lting Mr. and "Mrs. Jiwicr  Rtownrt for tho past weoV, loft for  \\'u homo in Vancouver on Sunday  GIasgowlti?te  Glasgow, Aug. i-t'���������Five persons are dead and scores ar* injured here to-dav through desper  ate rioting which has marked  the strike of Ihe municipal carmen. HarMcs were in progress  in every uu*in*iss street, until  troops were poured into the eitv,  and everyone was driven from  the thoroughfares.  "   Mr. W.S.I), Riddall   rutnmed  from Vancouver on Thursday last,  Bishop Perrin. Lord Hii-lmp nf  Coliiinbin, Iiiik Iwen appointed t<������  the bishopric, nf WHIt'sdim.  Mrs, Siinins will resume giving  pianoforte li'Kitmis S������pt 4-th, Any  time by nppointni'Mit, exeu.pt Thus  days,  Wlit'ii ^Dml'' cninns hack  Fruiti Chill.i-wai'l;  JleMl  Imvo a  littlo   liniicli  of  wliisk.si's on his chin.  ���������01.1 Scitijr.  VOR SALE ���������C������������i.t, -I yi'iirn  old, thormiirhly broken, iieod lo  nuto-\ quint.  Apply loJ, Miirnhnll,'  8-ui.lvvlck,II.O.  H   | THE CORNER STORE I  tt*  FOB   OUR  GREAT  SUPPLIES  Wallpaper  Paints  Varnish  Oils' Etc  The Magnet Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  ���������fm*&*v**xrmmwwwmvmnm*mvm*>wmwm***im*'  Mr. aiitl Mrs. Alex. McMntioii.  who havo lieen ut tlio ut'iieh for  the Suiunier ninntlns, ret'irued  liuntu last Friday. Mr. A. M.  I'eac.y and family and It<-v. Lafurre  and family hint* also rotnrnod to  town fruin thoir Pii.iiuiur enmii   i  Mr. J no. J.-Wior of the Nuws  left, with. Mrs,, Wior. lust .I'YuUy  on a week's vidt to thoir diut'ijhter  Mrs. W. R.TIiohI,  at Chilliwack.  It is ruiuortiil that John .lack  is'^oinjr to i������ivo a spuoch on the  muritfl.-nf reeitirocitv.  Doetor and Mrs. Gillespie are  uioviiin up from the liwauh Wed-  nt'silay.  'Iliruiin'h somo niichap lo iho  hois.'iii-jj apparatus No.6 mint! will  he idle for a diiy or two,   .+.  Mrs, (1, Seiitrrnvu  has  also  ro-  turnod from a visit tu Little Itivor  Mr. Win. Ilnrrip.nn, of Happy  Valley, him sold half of bin farm  formerly owned hy Dr. Sraplcs,  for $100 mi acre, Thn trim fact.  ion -tmouiitod to $8,000.  Do not fail to seo values offer-  at Tho Mif? Storo for pay-day and  following wool?.  Wednesday Js the day set for  the Conservative convention in  Nanmino. There lias Ijcenn Rood  deal of speculation rife as to the  clmncos of T. K. Hate's nomination in preference lo ihe Prince  Rupert nspirant for Dominion  honors, Of course we should  like to sec our local friend secure  his nomination. Mr. Hate aud  the delegates will leave by auto  for Nanaimo Wctlucsdaj' morn,  tog.  The Goniojc annual exhibition  which will beheld nt Courtt-nny  on Tuesdav and Wednesday,  September 36 ami ���������������;, promise*; to  eclipse all previous records.  Great preparations aro being  made fur n jjrnud exhibition. Up  wards of 7 barrels of flour have  henn    dnuntrvl    hv [hi* VlifT"r������������Mt  millh;^' con)p.'ij 1 ic.s uih] !hc com-  petiou promises to be verv I:eon.  A sph'tidid program of sports is  being arranged.  On Sunday last Mr. Thos. R.  Hale, accompanied by Mtssr.v.  J. N. McLeotland W.'r, Dunn,  left by atito 011 Sunday morning  for Campbell River, They report a most enjoyable trip, but  that the road above Oyster River  being for Ihe most part along the  beach, is very heavy.  KOKSALK-40H������mn ol lund  on the old Hsi'iigHii estate, nhou'  tlueo miles from Cumberland.  Apply, to A lex Wuiue, Cumber-  laud, U, 0.  I3ERALS  At .air enthusiastic,, canveution  of Liberals held in Nanaimo las1.  .Saturday'Mr Ralph Smith was  unanimously endorsed as candid  ate for nominal ion at ihe Liberal  convention to be held at Duncan  The Nauaiino 'Herald says: ���������  That Ralph ismiih will a^aiu be  the s'audard bearer theie is u->  doubt as every section of the district has ex pressed itself iu this  reyard, a requisition haying been  received by Mr Smith from The-  nmiuus: Dunctii Liberahs having  instructed their delegates to make  him the nominee, and uiher centres going on record as endorsing  Mr, Smith's candidature muI expressing confidence in his election  on Sept. 21 si,  Duncan Uosh, e,\-M. T, nnd can.  tlidato for iioiniiiuiion by i|.m Lil������.  oral party for parlinmcnlnry  honors, arrived hy uur.. from JS'an.  aimo on Monday night.  T. H. or not '1\  (j Host ion !  )., that is   the  FOB   PAY-DAY,  AND  WEEK  FOLLOWING  J. N. McLEOD,  Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland  ffc.  IHE CANADIAN BANK   OB^COMMdMCt   SIR COWJNO WAUiiiR, CV.Oy LLD.. D.C.L.. PnE������OEMT  ALEXAMKIft LA1RO, Gxze*ai. CUwAors  CAPITAL,,/$ iOfO0O^XX) REST. - $7^)00,000   '  ���������.,.,,   f,..,;hb'tL-EpX'lO>r':-'B.USI,NES'S 4  With its larjre ntwnber of hranche1*, iijrejTtes nod eorrcspondeol������, Ttva  'Canadian Hank of Comnnjrcc in able to effect coilcclkuis llmni^ivjiit  the workl prorrtjstiy and at rensoimble rarcs.    Rates wit! be-qupte<l on  application. - .-  FOREIGN   BUSINESS. a;o  Cheques and drafts on ull countries of the world, dr::\vn in. sterling,  fraiKia, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles orRny other ('on-i^n currency,  can be negotiated at The Canadian Dn������������ ot'Comnwrce at rc;;uouablc rat^s.  CUWCnERLAWII  P-ItAWOK... ..*.'".'." .  .W. T.   V/ECl'-'l!;,  Mivim'.|.-..  NEW.'RRM-OPENING  I  Mr Gideon Hicks, of tlie firm  of Micks & I,ovick, Victoria, arrived in town last Saturday accompanied by Mr Martin, agent  for the linn. A fter renewing old  acquaintances Mr, Hicks ran up  to Campbell Wiver over Sunday  vetiiruing to to,wn the beginning  of the week to establish an  agency aud music depot here.  Mr. Hicks' firm are agents for  the Heintsminn Piano Co., and  anticipate doing a good trade in  this sec ion with, that deservedly  popular instrument. They are  also agents for the Victor lint! ol  gramophones and Vietrolas, and  carry a full line ol" ex'rn good  records. They are displaying a  few instruments in Mr, Siddall's  shop. We are ylad to give this  firm a welcome to our town in  their business-capacity, as well  delighted to renew old acquaintance, and wish them success,  SUHMXH Si:iI������rULE.  The SS. "Joan" will sail as  under:���������  Leave Victoria Tuesday, 7.00  a.m., for Nanaimo,.- Union and  Comox,  heave Coiuojc Wednesday 8.00  a.m.,l'or Union, Napaimo and  Vancouver.  .heave Vancouver Thursday,  9,00 a.m., for Nanaimo, Union  and CY,nii,.N,  heave Comox Friday, B.ooani,  for Union, Nauaiino aud Vancouver.  heave Vancouver Saturday,  9.00 a.m., for Nanaimo, Union  and Comox.  Leave Comox Sunday, i3.i/>  a.m.. for Union, Nauaiino, ami.  Victoria.  Iloi.v TuixiTV C'iniRcn ��������� Oh  SiHidiiVH 20th '27tli August il"o  Rev. I. W. Johnsm will hold services ut tho usual hour, Sunday  School at 2,HO p.m, Rov. l/dron*.  lonvoii for Vanoonvor tin Weducs-  dav.  _������a^-8iwasEma!fi^^  11.  [t;Bf\ X SLTOK j J  *mm i tm*. >*#***���������*���������**���������**������*��������� i*������ *t*mmtmm4*mmr    ***** J*��������� '���������������������������������������'��������� i_t____.__T__,__r_,.|>t(| mirrwigijiniiiin r nrr   '  AVe have just, opened up another new lot of MIJN'S  AN I) i'iOY'S NiCW i-iT-Ri'i'H ChoVHiNG ami  HANTS in weights and styles lor Fall nt   $20.00, 17.22.50  aud   $25.00  - Children s Jersey Suits -  Made of the finest knit Cashmere iu Navy Hlue, and  Unshrinkable.   Just the Ihiug for the little tots at..  !  lA  $2 a Suit.  Gajnpbell THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  |Round-Up]  A Romance of Arizona  Novelised From Edmund  Oay's Melodrama .>  .>  By   JOHN   MURRAY   wd  MILLS MILLER.  doesn't believe It's good medicine to lei  tlie  gods  kuow  he's  big  happy, tor  there's tbe thunder bird"-  ������ "The thunder bird?"  "The evil spirit of the storm," con-  | tlnued Jack.   "When the thunder bird  ' Dears a fellow saying he's big happy  Ctapyrtgbt,  IMS,  by Q. W.  .he,m Co.  jiTtrr -- -^^.������������������������������������<  (Continued.)  Thnt afternoon l'ayson rode to Alien  Hnclendn to see ftcho nnd to sound her  upon tier.feelings toward Dlek Lane,  He wished thoroughly to convince him-  t-olf tlmt in- ' ��������� Pavson, held complete sway over her heart, i erliups  he might dare to put her love to the  Host aud rulllll (he trust his friend had  Imposed on liiui by giving her Dick's  better.  ; Payson overlook 1'olly ridlug slowly  ���������ou her way home from,Florence; She  .barely greeted hhn. "lias she met  Bud, and has he been slurring me 7"  lie thought. Lie checked his pacing  liorse to the half trot, half walk, of  Polly's luuuiiL and, Ignoring her Incivility, began talking to her.  i   "Did you see Bud in Florence'/"  "Yep.    Couldn't   help  It.    Him  an'  Buck McKce are about the whole ..of  !Florence these days."  ,   "Too bad about Bud consorting with  that rustler.    I've had to tire him for  ���������'"���������It"  i   "Fire  him?    Well  you  are  a  good  'friend:   Talk about men's, loyalty!   If  women   throw men   down   that  easy  you all would go to the bowwows too  "iXast for us to make dog biscuit.   Now,  ���������"��������� I've  settled   Bud;   McKee's  hash   by  jiuttin'   Slim   Hoover   wise   to   that  tongue   slittin'.     Oh,   I'll   bring   Bud  around,  all   right,  all  right,   even   if  men that ought to be .-bis friends go  back on him."  "But, Pollyklns"-  ���������"Don't you girlie me. Jack Payson.  I'm a woman, an'  I'm goin' to be a  married one, too, iu spite of all you do  to Bud.    Yes, sirree, bob!   I've set out  to make a man.of him, an' I'll marry  him to do tt if he ain't a dollar to his  name.    But   money   'd   make   it   lots  'quicker   au'   easier.     lie   was   savin'  up till he run in with Buck McKee."  A  sudden   thought  struck   Payson.  ���������Hercwwas-:a~way_to_dispose_of_Dick,  'Lane's, money when it came.  "All right, Mrs. Bud Lane to be.  Promise not to tell Bud, aud through  you I'll soon make good to him many  times over the foreman's wages he's  lost. It's money that's coming from  an enterprise that his brother and I  were partners in, aud Bud shall have  Dick's share. He's sore on .me now,  and 1 can't toll hiin. Besides, he'd  gamble it away before he got it to  ���������Buck McKee. Bud isn't strictly ethical In regard to money'matters,. Polly,  and you must manage the exchequer."  "Gee, wlwt funny big woyds you use,  Jack! But 1 know what you mean���������  ibe's too free handed. Well, he'll be  ���������savin' as a trade rat until we get our  borne paid for. An' I'll manage the  checker business when we're married,  No more poker an' keno for Bud.  Thank you, jack. 1 always knew you  Vina square,"  Pully's sincere praise of his "square-  oeiw" was the sharpest,thrust possible  at Payson's guilty conscience.' 'Well,  be resolved lo come Us near being  square and level as he could, lie had  told half truths to Bud and Polly; he  would present ihe situation to Echo as  a possible though not actual one. It  1'olly were wrong and Echo loved him  #o much that she would break tho  word she pledged to Dick Lane, then  ho would confess all, und they would  do what could ho done to mako It right  with the discarded lover.  Echo,  observing  from  tho  window  wiw was Folly's companion, ran out to  Jack, with a cry of Joy.    He looked  meaningly  at   Fully,    She said:  "Oil.  fclvo  me  your  brldlo!    1   know  how  miiiiy'H a crowd."   Jack leaped to the  Wound  and   look   Echo  In  his arms,  while Polly rode off wllh tho horsoH  to the corral, singing significantly:  "Spoon, H|������omi, Hpoon,  While the (Hull run nwuy with the Hpoon."  Jack and Echo embraced cllugliigly  ���������nd  klHHt'd   lliigcrlngly.    "It taken it  crnr.y old song like that to express how  foolish   we   lovers   are,"   suld   .lack,  "Why, 1 feel Unit I could ntitlldcllu the  cut, outjiimp I hi' cow, oiitluugli the dog  and   start  an  elopement   that   would  knock  the performance of tho Initio,  wan* as silly an-well, as I am talking  now.   I'm living lu a dream���������n mid-  summer  night's  drenin  such  ns  you  Were reading to me,"  "Tho'lunatic,   the   lover   nnd   tho  poet," quoted Echo suggestIvoly.  Dusk was falling, From the hunk  house rose Iho I Inkling noles of a  mandolin. Afler n few preliminary  chords the plii.u-r, u Mexican, began  to love song In .Spanish. The distant  dilnicH of mission bolls Hounded softly on the  i  .lack ami Echo  sat down upon  the sleps of the  plaz-n, .lin'k continued the strain  of his thought,  but in n,. more  serious vein:  "EMio, I'm so  luppy that 1 am  frightened."  " Frightened?"  fhe  asked   won-  ilc: Ingly.  ,,4 Inrrsoirjhi ypii'i.ufi,     "Yi-?.   wared���������-  downright  Hcnred,"  he answered.    "I  jreckou I'm like an Indian,   An Indian  he sends him bad luck."  Echo  laid   her  hand  softly  on  the!  mouth of her sweetheart.   "We, won't  spoil our h'upplness. then, by talking  about It   We will just feel It-Just be  It."  She laid her head upon Jack's knee.  He placed his arm lightly, bnt.pro-  tectlugly. over hor shoulder. They ant  In silence listening to the Mexican's  love song. Finn My Jack bent over ami  whispered gently In her ear:  "Softly, so the thunder bird won'i  hear. Echo, tell ine you love me;.thnt  you love only me: that you will always  love me. no matter what shall happen;  that you never loved until you loved  me."  ! Echo sat upright with a start "W'*"  do you meunV" she exclaimed. "Ul'  course*! love you and you only, but the  future and the past are beyond our  control. Unless you know of something that is going to happen which  may mar our love your questional**  silly! not at all like your Moiher (loose  nonsense���������tliat was dear. And, as for  the past, yon mean Dick Lane."  "Yr.s. I mean Dick Lane." confessed  Payson-in a subdual tone. "1 am  Jealous of him���������that Is, of even his  memory."  "That Is not like .lack l'ayson. What:  has come over you? It Is the shadow  of your thunder bird. You know what  my feeling was for Dick Lane and  what it is. for it remains the same, the  only difference being that now I know  It never was love. Even if it were he  is dead, aud 1 love you. Jack���������you  alone. Oh. how you shame trie by  forcing me to speak of such things! I  have tried to put poor Dick out of my  mind, for every time I think of him it  Is with a wicked joy that he is dead,  that he cannot come home to claim me  as his wife. Oh, Jack, Jack. I didn't  think it of you!"  And the girl laid her face within her  hands ou her lover's knee and burst  into a fit of sobbing.  Jack Payson shut his teeth.  "Well, since I  have lowered myself  so far in your esteem and since your  mind is already sinnlug against Dick  Lane we might as well go on and settle this matter.    I promise I will not  mention   it  again, j But  I,  too.   have  troubles of the mind.   I am as 1 am,  and you ought to know it.   1  said I  was jealous of Dick Lane's memory.  ~ltris"morer~I-am-jealou8-of-Dick-Lane  himself.    If he should return, would  you leave me and go with him���������as his  wife?"  Again she sat upright. By a strong  effort she controlled her sobbing.  "The man I admired does hot deserve an answer, but the child he has  proved himself to be and whom I-cannot help loving shall have It. , Yes; if  Dick Lane returns true to his promise  I, shall be true to mine."  She arose and went Into the house.  Payson rode homeward through the  starlight consumed by torturing jealousy. Ho .now had no thought of confiding In Jim Allen. Ho regretted that  he had touched so dangerously near  the subject of Dick Lane's return In  talking to Bud and Polly. His burning desire was to bo safely married to  Echo Allen before tho inevitable return of her former lover.  "Fool thnt 1 was not to nsk her one  more auestlon. Would sho forgive her  .husband whero she would not forgive  her lover?. What will sho think of mo  when all Is discovered, as It surely  will be? Well. I must take my chances  Events will decide,"  On his return lo Sweetwater ranch  he put the place In charge of his new  foreman, Sagebrush Charley, and went  out to a hunting cabin, ho had built  In the Tortilla mountains. Hero ho  fought tho problem ovor with his conscience���������and his selfishness won, Ho  returned, fixed In his decision to suppress Dick Lane's- letter und to go  ahead with the marriage.  ull gone, hain't they? And the money  he's sendiii' back Dick dug out uv the  ground by hard work, didn't- he?  Leastaways. l'ayson hadu't ort to use  the money to rope In Dick's girl. It  ort to be kep' from him. any how,, till  Dick comes on the ground his own seUV  That 'd hold up the wwidiu*. all right,  if l'kndw Josephine. It 'd be easy to  steer her Into refusin' to let Echo go  into amort giged home."  Simple minded F.ud readily accepted  the. wily half breed's explanations aud  surmises and fell luto the trap he was  preparing.    This was to hold up the  express agent and rob him of the money Payson was expecting, on securing  which It was McKee's lutenflon to flee  the country before Dick Lane returned  to denounce him.    To ascertain Just  when the money came Into the agent's  hands and to act ns a cover In the robbery Itself an accomplice wns'needed  For tills purpose  no man  In all  tlio  Sweetwater region was better adapted  than I'.nd  Lane.    Frank and frieitdl.v  wllh every one. he  would be trusted  by  the  most  suspicious ami, eainious  oil Ida i in l'iual county.   The fact thai  he had chosen Buck McKee as an associate  had, already  guue  far  tu  rehabilitate this funtior  "bad  man"  lu  the   good   graces  of  the   community  Under cover of this friendship McKee  hoped to escape suspicion of any kind1  In e>'ie homicide he contemplated.  .For it was murder-foul, unprovoked  murder��������� ','hat was in the black soul ������rf  the half breed. He intended to la-  criminate Bud so, deeply as to put it  beyond all thought that he would confess, n '/���������������."  Youiig Lane, passionately loyal to his  brother, was ready, for anything,that  would delay Payson's marriage to  Kcho Allen. Together witli the wild  joy that sprang up in his heart at the  thought , that his brother was alive  was iiitwiued a violent .hatred ."gainst  his former employer. In the tierce turbulent e within his soul, generated'by  tlie, meeting of these great emotions,  lie.was impelled to enter upon a mad  debauch, in which McKee abetted and  -joined him.  Filling up on bad whisky, they rode  through  the streets of  Florence yell-  MUSICAL GLASSES  Mozart Composed For Them and  Gluck Played Upon Them.  INVENTED   BY  AN   IRISHMAN.  R  CTTAP'I'KK IV.  WING hard Into Florence from  Sweetwater ranch, Hnd Luno  hunted up Buck McKee nt his  favorite gambling joint and In  a white hent of indignation Informed  bim In del.ill of everything Hint hnd  passed between 1'iiyson nntl himself.  At once McKee Inferred that the writer of the letter wits nouo other Hum  Dick l.nne. Honllzlng Hint Pnyson  wan already Informed of his villainy  and that lu a very short tlim* Dick  Lane himself would make his appearance on Hie Nwootwiilor, the half  breed concluded to make a bold move  wlille he yet retained the confidence of  Ilnd.  "Jltul," he said, "I know the man  who Is sendiii' the money to Payson,  It's Dick, yer brother." ���������  "Hut." stammered Hud, his brain  whlrllntf, "but If that's "o yon lied  about the Apaclmn billing liliii-aiul  you-why, you���������must -law been Ilu*  renegade, the devil who tortured prospectors."  "Why, Hud, Dick never wrote all  Unit  dime novel  mmiwuho about the  lllllll   Who   Slood   b,1!    littii   !������'     v.������-!!,   |',ot  the very last, for Did; hns inniiaged  Homehow lo pull through. Probably  be wuz saved by the rurales that  win: fhnslu' lbo band that rounded tm  up, No; It's Piiysni), .lack Payson, Hint  made up that pack ������v llos jes' to keep  you ii way, from, me, tin* mini that wins  Inst With Db'k an' so may get on to  .Inck'K game an' block It," ;  "(lame! What gnuicV" asked Hud,  .bewildered ,      t  "Why. you told me It yerself���������tn ;  ninrry Hhlt's girl nn' live on Dick's I  bard earned money." (  "ttnf M k borrowed the three thou-���������  mind of .liti-k," objected Bud,  "Well, the dulhiM be borrowed lutvo  YcUiny   and ��������� ������hotiUi\{)   their yum  vruzy men.  lng and shooting their guns like  crazy men. .It was while they wero  engaged In this spectacular exhibition  of horsemanship, gun play and vocalization that Bud's sweetheart rode Into  town to execute some commissions la  preparation for Eelio Allen's wedding.  Already "blue" over the thought that  ber own wedding was far In the. dim  future, poor Polly was east Into the  depths of despair and disgust by the  drunken riot in which her prospective  husband was Indulging with her particular aversion, the cruel, calf torturing half breed. McKee, 'Thoroughly  mortified, she slipped out of town by  it side street and moodily rode buck to  Allen Hacienda.  After Ihe debinich was over and tbo  merry, mad devil of nervous exclle-  incut was siiicccdcd by the brooding  demon of ihtous .depression McKee  broached to Bud llie Idea of robbing  Iho express agent of the money coming to Payson. This fell In readily  wllh Ihe young man's revengeful  mood, and ho unreservedly placed him.  Holf under the half breed's orders,  In iiccoriliiiice with these, Bud hung  uh. il the railroad station a great ileal,  cultivating the friendship of Terrlll,  the agent, "Ole Man" Terrlll, ns he,  wns called, although he was a vigorous speclineii of manhood on the underside of Nlxiy, was llckel and freight  agent, express messenger ' and ' telegraph operator- In fact.'Ihe entire bu-  rein* ������if (i'iinvi|ioriiiiloii and coininiinlcii-  Hon���������nt Florence station, Hud frankly  rold him be was mil of a job,and had  Uideed decided, In view of his coming  inurjlage, to give up horse wrangling  for some vocation of a more elevating  character. So Terrlll let bim help  about tlie Muium, t ini-i'o in Uie \W\\\,\\  ������vork While so engaged Bud learned  that a package valued at $:t,(HHi was  expected upon a certain train, Although no consignee was mem limed,  the fact that l lie amount tallied exactly with the sum Payson was expecting caused him lo miH'luilc It was  Dick's ropnyinoiii nf bis limn. Accordingly bo informed McKee Hint the  time limy '"���������'i''' awalilnv had arrived,  (To be continued.)  Hint nt to Conduct.  When you knock your rival liMen  ������tb think you're tor-; but whew y<>r  boo������t  lor  him   tlicy  conclude   tin*  you've got bim whipped I  Richard Pockrich. the Versatile Gehiui  Who Originated Them, Once Used  Their Melody to Charm Away the  Bailiffs Who Had Arrested Him.  Hlcluird Pockrich, nn irishman wfco  lived In tbe eighteenth century, was  l true genius, a dreamer aud tin iu-  veuior. tie proposOd metal ships, predicted dying miichlues, advocated bog  drainage and vine planting In the Emerald Isle, invented au Instrument for  transfusing'blood and was for some  j years a brewer in.Dublin.  It was In the domain of art that ho  achieved his one real triumph, the one  by which be itf'known in contemporary  musical history, by which he became  known to general Kuropean civilization  during, his lifetime am* by which his  name will long survive'.'"' lie iuveuted  tlie musical glasses. These can be  heard today in vaudeville houses alt  over the world aud will probably survive as long as the musical art Itself.  Most of our readers have heard theiu.  Tbey are simply a set of tumbler or  goblet like glasses selected for tonal  quality to carry out a musical scale.  Pockrich seems to have been the first  man to be struck by the musical tone  in glass, and so he thought the thing  out and produced a scale ou which be  could play any melody.  He exhibited his discovery In Dublin  and'ifinally took it to England about  the year 1750, where it became tbe sen-  Batiou of the hour. Nothing was talked of but tbe marvelous, simple, new  musical instrument. It seemed to tbe  ears of the jaded Loudoners that the  heavenly art in all its elemental beauty  bad returned to earth. Far from sneering at-so very simple an idea for mak.  iug melody, the cognosceuti of London  went into' raptures over the musical  glasses. Gluck. the great composer,  ���������who was in Loudon, did not disdain  to play bis immortal airs upun them.  "Tbe opera flourishes more than in  any recent year." wrote Horace Will-  pole to a��������� friend. "The composer is  Gluek. a German. He is to have a  benefit, at which he is to play a set  of drinking glasses which he modti  latc^vvitirwaterr-'l-thinU-l-haye-tieard-  you speak of some such thing."  Not (inly did Gluck perform upon  Pockricb's new instrument, but Beethoven. .Mozart and oilier great mu  Ricinns In later years actually com-,  jiosed music for it. Goldsmith refers  to it In "The Vicar of Wakefield." Not  long after the inventor visited London,  and Benjamin Franklin speaks of him  in a.letter to a friend thus;  "You have doubtless heard the sweet  tone that is drawn from a drinking  glass by passing a wet finger round its  lirtin, One Mr. Pockrich. a gentleman  from Ireland, was the first who thought  of playing tunes formed of such tones.  lie collected a number of glasses of  different, sizes, fixed them hear each  tither oti ii table and tuned them by  putting Into them water, more or less  lis each note required. The tones were \  brought out by passing his fingers  round the brim "  There is a story of Pockrich. who  was making occasional tours, to England after the invention of the musical  glasses, that Illustrates the siir'irtsing  elTect of his own performance on I hem.  It Is told by his friend Hrockhlll New  burgh, a gentleman of wealth and po  Bltlon, who lived lu Dublin at the time:  "Mr, Pockrich In his brewery near  Isln'Klbridge, happening to be one (lay  seized by bailiffs, thus addressed them:  "'Gentlemen, I nm your prisoner, but  before 1 do myself the honor to attend  you give me leave as an humble per  former In nuisick ttMintertatn you with  a luno.'  "'Sir,' exclaimed ono of the bailiffs,  ���������we en nit* here to ex cento our warrant,  not to "hear tunes." ���������  "'Octitlemcn.' pays tlio captain, 'I  unbuilt in your authority, but In the  init'i'lm while yon are only taking a  ilia in-here. .lack (calling to his serv-  hum, bring a bottle of the ltomi Soils I  lately dlstlllod-l say, gciulemeii, be  fore you take a dram I shall dispateli  III.V MUM'.'  "In the meanwhile be flourishes n  prelude on the glasses and afterward  displays his skill through all the pleas  lng turns and viirlailons of The Hindi  Julio,' The monsters. eharmiMl with  the magic of his sounds, for some tlmo  ufatid and gaze. At length, recovering  from their trance, they thus accost the  captain.     .  " 'Sir, upon your parole of honor to  Iceep Hie secret we give yon your liberty, 'Tin well playing upon glasses  Is uol iiaue (niiiiiini,-; ii n were I o<-  lli'vc our ir.'ide would find little em  jiloymcnt.'"  Another imislcnl Inurnment that  Pockrich developed ns no man had  ever dreamed ot is.fnre wns the drum,  fie hurl dreamed nf hnrtnonv even In  the drum. Me planned an orehcutrn nf  drums only, There were to be twenty  ot them, varying in sl'/e and tone from  the smallest trebles to tin* basses, to  be played by on# person slnndlng with  ihe drums iirrnnged nliont him In a  circle. Pwkrlch never' piicreedi-d tn  producing true molody from n concert  of drunif  Tlie musical glosses were tbe direct  winse  of   poi'krlch's  death,     If   wn*  white hi  tonn* So  - DR. GRENFELL, HERO.  Untiring Doctor Tells of a Non-Sectarv  lan Operation.  Spring to the /average Canadian  means a multiplicity ot recreations.  \.j have worked hard all winter and  welcome the change. We give too  little thought to the men who have  worked not only hard, but heroically  in places much colder than tliis���������of  the Mounted Policeman perishing on  duty iu the far Northwest, of Dr. Wilfred T. Gre'uiell going his perilous  rounds as medical missionary iu the  equally rigorous JSortheast.   ���������  Dr. Ureniell, who received uh honorary degree" at 'j'oron|o. UUivejsity > recently, has been described as preacher", teacher, physician, surgeou, navi-  gator, pilot, charity' ���������commissioner, or-  pnans' guardian, wreck investigator,  sulvager of stranded cralt, una per-  ambulating Providence to every man,  woman und child on the desolate Labrador coast. And at this moment he  and ull the people he befriends are  preparing to throw up their hats iu  ecleorauon of tne omik-up of tlie icefields there.  A story which Dr. Grenfell once told  in Toronto will give an idea of the  variety and non-sectarian character  ol bis work. One day ha was called  to a uistani settlement ito see a Koman  Ctitiiouc woman who'uud met with  an accident, tie found is necessary to  anipiuaie one of her'_, legs,. and she  begged liim to get her a wooden one,  tor eryipleu folk are not among the lit-  test wno survive on that rough coast.,  Presently ne heard of the death of a  man who had used two wooden legs,  h.. was a Methodist, and he nad expressed a wisn that the legs should  be turned over to the Deep Sea'. Mission. So it happened that Dr.' Gren-  --.ftali, who is an Jilpiscopulian, fitted a  Methodist leg on a koniari Cattiolic  wouian, and the experiment' 'worked  very' satisfactorily. ':  Dr. Grenieil's marriage two years  ago was a romance indeed. He was  returning from Loudon���������which he can  visit witnout aiiy regrets that he is  wuat he'is'instead ol what he might  have been���������a tasnionable London surgeon. On shipboard lie saw a girl  who, fascinateo bun. ' He had never  thoiignt much about women before.  B"Vne' went to a.friend who was a  passenger and said: "1 am going to  try to many that girl." He didn't  know her nume or anything about her.  Tlie friend was astonished, but the  doctor was as good as his word. The  engagement was made on the ship,  an V it turned out that the girl was  Miss Clananan, daughter of a wealthy  Chicago man. She gave up home and  the attractions ol a big city, and went  gladly with Dr. Grenfell to his lonely  Labrador home. " Now there is a Wilfred Grenfell, jr.;  SUCCEEDS PELLETIER  QUEBEC'S      L1EUTENANT-G0VER-  NJR AN ABLE LAWYER.  Sir Francois Langelier, Late Chief Justice of the Superior Court of HI*  Native Province, Han Had a Brilliant Career Since the Time He Entered Laval���������Hat Been Professor,  Legislator and,Cabinet Minister.  Sir Francois Langelier, Chief Justice 08 the Superior Court of Quebec,  who has been appointed Lieutenant-  Governor of the province, in succession to the bit* Sir C. A. P. Pelletier,  early won a name in his native province as a lawyer, After a brilliant  career at Laval, he was culled to the  Bar in 1961. and became professor ot  Roman law and later of civil law and  Fix.'Alaska "Boundary Line.  On behalf of the Dominion,Govern,  ment F. H. Mackie. of the Interior  Department, will shortly Mart work  on the survey of the Alaska boundary  line from the head of.-Port.]and Canal  to the open tea. The task is nn un-  'usually impo/tant one, requiring vorry  careful calculations,, and will probably occupy three seasons in its accomplishment.  Mr. Mackie is one of the most expert members of the technical staff of  W. P. King, chief astronomer of thn  Dominion. He hes heen engaged in  Alaska boundary work for years, and  has hnd charge of parties;' Last gen-  son he was engaged in n region of  snowenps and glaciers about:; forty  miles inland from the head of Port.:  land Canal, whore the southern land  boundary starts at Ungle Point, a few  miles from Stewart. B.C.  From Eagle Point, according to the  terms of tlio treaty, the imaginary  boundary line runs duo.'east, to '.ho  centre of the canal nnd thence turns  south to the sen following the centre  of the canal. Ordinary methods of  triongulntionwill be adopted in carrying out this work.  At the   entrance of  tbo canal   tho  ..boundary line swings duo west, terminating    directly   south   of   Cnpo  Muyon at the south end of Princo of  Wales Island, Alaska,  According to the Cnnndinn contention this will make Dixon Island nnd  the Queen Charlotte Islands territorial wntors of Canada, ensuring ox-  clusivoly to Canadians tho right to  fifch on tho greatest halibut bunks  in existence.  Sill FRANCOIS LANGKUER.  political economy at Laval. He war>.  created a Q.C. in 1878. He was elected to the Quebec Legislature for Mont-  magny in 1873 and for Portueuf in.  1878. He has also represented Megan-  tic and Quebec Centre in the House ot  Commons. He was also a member of  the Joly Cabinet of Quebec. His appointment as Chief Justice of the Superior Court of Quebec dates from>  1907, and"'.he resigned his seat for Que-  . bee Centre to accept the office. He  was created Knight Bachelor in June,  1907.      '   '"���������".:'  Thrashing  Machines.  ���������A Timely Question.  In the Province of Ontario, there is  n. certain judge who is oUromoly fond  of a gntne of golf. Ho is also somewhat given to strong languiigo when  the game is not to his liking, Some  time ago, he had unuHtiall;* poor luck  and resorted to a vocabulary- mora  vigorous than judicial, A friend remonstrated, Haying:  "A judge ought to sot thq rest of  us a hotter example,  "Vm speaking as a golfer, not as a  member of the Ik'tieh,, wan the reply.  ��������� Whereupon, tho friond related for  his benefit the billowing story:  There was once a German princo  who was also a bishop, In tho courso  ot tho hunt, a mischance greatly angered this magnate who proceeded tb  swear profusely, When bin language  wa8 at its worst, a clergyman- approached, who was Boinowhat shocked  ut tho profanity and who said',  "To tliink tliat a bishop should uso  suoh words!"  'I ^wtu; {,;> i. prluc,c, not us a  bishop," **������a<( the reply,  "That may be," was tho quick retort; "but, If the Devil gets tins  prince, wno will get the bisiiop?"  Greater Influx of Americans.  Bruce Walker, Dominion immigration commlnsionor ut Washington,  bos announced that this year will  (too at least 20(1,000 American farmers  coroe into Wiutcrn Canada, and up  to tho prowrit tbo Increase from tbo  British Isles shows fully 10 per oont.  over lai-t your, and will reach tho  enormous total of another '200,000 to  be added lo tbo population nf the  wcbI this yeiir. ''���������    '   '  The flail is the most ancient instrument for thrashing grain, although it is possible that the tramping of the straw under the feet of  horses, oxen and men is a close second. The Romans used.a machine-  called the "tribulum," n sledge  loaded with stones or iron and drawn-  over the grain sheaves by. horses or  ^.xen. The first machine Attempted  in modern times for the work, of  thrashing was invented by one Michael Mengies of Edinburgh about  1732. Some thirty years Inter Andrew  M'eikle built a similar machine.- It  was not until the latter half of tbe^  nineteenth century, however, that-  iho thrashing machine- reached anything like its present perfection.  A Story of Frozen Eggs.  When the first, shipment of fro&era  eggs arrived in. London from Australia, their extreme hardness astonished!  the brokers, says Tho Mark Lane Express. One mnn calling at a shipper's-  ofl'.ce was- amazed to see him taking;  aim at the w..ll with an egg. "What-  the dickens are you at?" he said.  But the broker let drive, the only  result being a Blight dint in the wall.  The thing being explained, the mats  took a oouph.,of the eggs, put thorn ire  his pocket, and left to startle his wife.  Arriving homo, he waited till tho family was assembled for dinner, and  t.hon banged an egg at the new dado.  Hut tho smila quickly faded from his  tace.  The egg had thawed-!  A Venturesome Peer.  Lord Offbrd, who, with IiIr only  daughter, Lady Dorothy Walpole,  has just concluded a tour round?  Iho world, has had sovornl thrilling;  adventures during his many travels,  When quite young ho entered r.ho'  navy, and at fourteen win shipwrecked in a trooper. For three  months ho and Mr comrades hnd Ut  eke out n terrible existence on St. ���������  1'iiuI'h Iclniid, 1.800 miles from anywhere, living on fionfowls' eggs, seaweed, and such vegetation as thn-  place afforded, Loter he went to thn-  Australian station, nnd forved on  Hie Hlnnche during her famous three'  years' criisnde against slave dealer*  of tho South Seas,  onlereif  aecom-  Qnanrr  A Peer's Trip.  Lord Wenlook. who linn  upon his sixty-third year,  punier! King George and  Mary, then Princo and Princess of  Wains', on their memorable tour \n  tho Ophlr, and lie In n Lord-in-Wait-  ing to Ills Majesty.  Lord Wenlook, whoso mother wa������  n Oroovonor, n idster nf thn Inbr  Duke nf Westminster, wn* for fiver  years Governor of Madras, Enrich  rink, his place near York, ia one. of  Iho finest sporting estates In the/  country; It comprise* snme . twenty  thousand acres, King George and  Qtteen  Mary  Rtnyed  there in  1003.  3������n   You   Bsnt   It?  . wn* upon nno nf his, m-i-M.       A s���������mpir*tool of wheat from tho  Krmlnml In tbe year l,..n Hint . T w  u.;.)t ,Hr||| nl W)lrtior, Aim., ha*  ttu> hoiel lu London In which he was | J02 iia\^ 1Ull| wat twcnty-������t������.'cn inche������  ���������Iwnlnc cniit'ht Urn nnd ho wn* burn  **} to def*th ,tr>si>[ib Lovrlu Kronch in  New York 1'ont  hiffh, Tils is a wimple of what win-  tor whent In Warner district i������ like,  covering thousands oi acres.  \n  ���������..������  ���������'/I  1  Not That Kind of a Bishop.  A certolst bishop staying at a country house noticed that he was closely  observed by ho host's littlo dnuglw  tor. At length sho found an opportunity  to  question  him.  "Aro you really a bishop?" she*  asked.  "Yes, of course I mu-���������really," answered the amused prelatn.  "Well, I don't boliovo It," respond-  od tbo child, whoso father wns an  ardent chcsii i Inyer, "cos I've watched you ever since you enme, nnd  your hend isn't split down tho mid-  I die, und you don't walk comvf  I ways I"  >  / (p  THE/NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  il  'i-.������H'>  WE HAVE JUST ISSUED OUR  QUARTERLY  LIST OF BOND  OFFERINGS-JULY,  1911   It gives the income yields .and full descriDtions of a selected range  of GOVERNMENT, MUNICIPAL, PUBLIC UTILITY, RAILROAD and INDUSTRIAL BOND INVESTMENTS.  We shall be pleased to send a copy on request  Eft KINO  ST CAST  TORONTO.  LI3VUTEI>.  LONDON-ENO*  CANADA Lire BLDQ, .'*  MONTREAL..  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"His biggest asset is his  greatest liability."--Baltimore American.  ,..      .   6!ouid Eat It'lri a Brush  ., Tlio .young' hoYi hlld been naughty  and liud  been  sent'to  bed .supper-  leas. ���������    ������������������'    .' j.     ..... ���������;   ;.���������...'-.  .Presently whan ,tho" boy's*'-mother  wasn't looking, his"! father rttypBd. up-  ������taii'H and whispered"--���������'through, tVe'  door of "the lioy.'uroom. ,','So.ii, could  you eat Home honey,in the comb?" -..  "Dud," the boy said, "1 could oat  it in the brush,", , :, '   "���������  In tlio f'discs 'of Infant ��������� mortality  otiolnrn. mnHniH (Inures rrimiiontly, atitl It  may bo wild that compliilntH of tho  toow������lH nro nfiuH UnHtroyoi'H of all 1 Ul llfn.i  If all TiuitliorH would avail UimuhoIvoh of  no oiro������rlv������rii vomiuly iis-Dr. .1.1). KM*  ��������� Iobr'h nyHoittory Oonllal many a. littlo  ono could Im mivoil. Tills Cordial 'oiin ho'  given with safety to ,tho hijiuIIohI ohilil,  ah thorn Ih tio. Injurloim HUbHtnnoo in it.  '"Mother, I Itilow what   elephants'  ���������<uBksaro mado of,"-  .   "What,, dour?"  ;���������, '"Why, paper knives,"        i  Mlnard's Liniment Ouros Cold������, Etc.  T. C.  Irving Was a Great Friend of  of the Late Alexander Mackenzie.  Mr. T. C. Irving, manager of( Brad-  street's, is one of the champion storytellers of Toronto;   The walls of hia  private-.roonvin the M'cK* mon Building . on Melmda street are huiig with  |ln :odd-' assortment-''of picturesTr-each  one -with, a,.,-sidry'.   "And in his desk  drawers there is aii; accumulation of  autograph   photographs   and   letters  from well-known people of all kinds  which would make a collector's mouth  water���������for Mr. Irving is a great mixer  and he has done his mixing all over  the country.    He was born  in Scar-  s->.vi...Lil>orough lownsnip, a dozen miles lroui  .i.      [Toronto;" arid*"was 'the'-"-'sonr,of a Sept-  _i        _tish_. farmer.____But_very_ _ear_ly_ in life  Mr. Irving decided that the over-seriousness of Jus race was folly. He  started in to have all the fun possible out of life, to be kind and genial  witn everybody, and to disparage no  ������.ne, and-he has kept ttiffe. up with--.  8r^'iit-lsue'cess to iiiiusclt aftd :'io tbe tie-"*  Tight .of I'ttie members o'i umj National  Ciub ttnu ahJSt.oi iriends everywne-ye.-  ru-entered' tne employ of tbe brad-  street'Company here forty years ago.  Talk to lvlr. Irving on any subject  and he will surprise you by'tne extent  of his knowlcuge ot men, affairs, and  books. Ana,he can tell you a doz^n  good stories about anything or anybody. Mr." Irving is broad. For example, he always championed Goldwiii  ���������Smith as a'tluji' patriot, and'thihks it  ..& sfh^ine''tu'at no porwiiW'of'the'iigi'eat  sfcholiir hitttgs uii tne-walls'of the Na--  tioha,l-CJiib,vof*twluch 'lid was|iie first  president, Ho lias a way of silencing  disparagement' of the peculiarities of  anyone witli great achievements to his  credit by saying: '���������When a man ban  done things like that it i������ taken out  of our hands to estimate his worth," ���������  That's what Mr, Irving says about  ^lc^andej; .Mackenzie, whose iriend ho  'wis;"n'hd'fci'-Wh-q'in^hoArta.d������.tiie .great-  ���������est. adijiiration. "One night," he says,  '''Mackenzie corind'ed'"to 'me .'that -liiu  childhood, had been, without, one ray'  oi sunshine, an'cl'"!'' tjuote'd* to him;  'From things like these Old Scotia'*  grandeurs rose'..".,:���������,': ;  And-Jiere is a Htory which Alexander Miiukeiizioonce Uvl'd-M:'. Jiving:  VVtioii   l)'r;-Tho'ifii.ci: Ch|i'l/,nt!N#, .ttii'  ttreat Scottish .divine, wua u Itu'de'ilt  in Ji,duibiii'i.h,'ii,"iitiibber;cj|'-th(e btiy������  In'his  board mtf-h oust) went!.out one  .Hallowu'eii und, stole' a lot of' signs.  .The)* took'thum homo abd'put, them  "in tito cnlhir:- NHXt'tuorhing they looked out. and siiw .that tlie police were  in  tlM}ir*"'t'ruir��������� tli.'.y "wiJi'o oomintj iu  tlK* gate.' bVtlurlioysri.uicWy, decided  .to have family prayer.  The plan was  to hold, the omeoi'H iii'thi's'tiiaiiniu' until  two "of tho  lads  could..burn  tbo  ���������Higns.iti:th������-Ju;tii)(;o.   W.lion the men  o( the, la.w piitori'd ''they' woro told to  'lie   Wtil 1 ��������� *iiiitil ���������''jiriiyors    ut'ii*   over.  1 '���������''���������' "'- .."���������.-! 't1- ;���������' ,"r *������������t l"ifth, tin-  tll..ftf,i|igi)iJ*l ciimo'lhal tho siiiiis wi.*m  nivis'.'bV. ."i i'uo'i -*iti.< 'likitioluu.id * with  tlio quotation;, ".A .'Wicked itnd, pei'Vt'i').i>  ;aimuration st'okotli  nftu'r u' sign,  out  \w ii'gu almlV.be given tiioni " , ,  WormB feed, upon the vitality of-children and ..endanger their lives A simple  and effective cure' is Mother 'Graves'  Worm Exterminator.  ,.;,,... .������_____,, __.i    (   Xi  Marks���������F>niarried .my -wife a-jnorith  after she accepted me.  Parks���������That's nothing. I married  mine three days after she refused me.  ���������Boston Transcript.  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  ' Dear" Sirs,���������This fall .1 got\ thrown  on a fence and hurt ,n)y chest ye.ry  bad, so I could not work and'.it liuit  me to breathe. I .hied all kinds of  Liniments and they did me no" good.  One bottle of MINARD'S LINIMENT warmed on flannels and applied on my breast, cured me completely.  C. H. COSSABOOM.  RosswaffDt^by Co..-N.S.    ..     .-,.-.-...  J. Hill who argue for Reciprocity,  simply want Canadian wheat for  milling and export purposes and nothing else. Northern wheat from  Canada has a reputation for quality  and ,it is this quality the American  desires to inject into his brand of  (lour and grain shipments to Britain,  The facts of tho, case are evident in  the following extract from an article  written for a Winnipeg daily paper  a fortnight ago:  "So far as wheat is concerned, and  it is the-chief breadstuff tliat United  States would like to get from Canada,  our neighbors do not need Canadian  wheat for their own consumption.  Their chief purpose in getting free  wheat from Canada would be to 'export it through their ports and to use  it for milling purposes, tints benefitting their own courses of transportation. Prices would not be helped in  any way, because the United Stales  has a surplus production of wheat  that will make 'that country an exT.  porter of flour and grain for the next  hundred years. The following figures  show how the volume of wheat production is increasing in the States':-  Bushels  1903...   ...    ...   634,000,000  1909...   ,..-..    664,000,000  1910...   ...   ......   ...   737,000,000 '  "In connection with these statistics showing the increase in the total  annual yield of wheat in the Uhite.d  States it is most important to; note  the words of Mr. C. L. Olmsted, chief  of the Bureau of Statistics at Washington, who has just recently issued  the results of a study on the subject  of population and subsistance-,'< He  combats the view  production will fail to keep pace'.w.ith  tlie growth of population, and.; he-|  shows that the agriculture of.' the.  United States, after passing through  a phase of decadence incident to the  exploitation of new land, has obtained a secure footing in the: contrary direction toward improvement.  "The general trend of production  per acre was a declining one during  the two decades 1876-1835 and 1886-  1895, butrtn the decade 1896-1905 and  from 1906-1909 the mean production  per acre has steadily increased. Mr.  Olmsted shows that the mean production per acre for the four years,  1906-1909, has increased over the pre-  p'ced i n g_ten__ ye ars__ as_f _ollp_ws  Not in Extremis  Doctor���������"Now- jest stick out yor  t-Qjigu?,, Mikq, and we'll soon si-te how  bftil ye' air."   ��������� '���������''      ' -    ;  u'Fla'nnigan���������"Faith,-an' be .jabers,  docthor,-. no; tongue can-tell how, bad I  feel.'?.-;  ��������� ���������;.   V. .-  .��������� -..  .,  Miss Dorothy Grim-  *t"n, th-1 tnlnnt"d Hatisht-r of Mr. and  Mrs. Kendal, "went on" for Lady Isa-  bi:.i in "nasi Lymie" sumo ihive years  ago at forty-eight hours' notice. Most  people who have seen' the evergreen  play will remember that the part-of  the tearful heroine is enormous, for  sho.'s- rarely, off the stage for any  length of time. In spjto of the hugeness of the task, Miss Grimston ac-  complished it with ease', iindwas practically "perfect" at night.  A well-known provincial actor, Mr,  Arthur Dennis, who for many years  has played Mr. James Welch's parts  on tour, is the pbssessdr.'of a lightning  memory. Ilq "owns ��������� tlie distinction of  having studied the part of Dick Whor-  ties .in "Tlie Lady of Ostein!" in the  space...of something like seven hours.  Oi course, this was not "straight off  the reel," the study extending over  two or three days; but the length of  time devoted to'the task was" virtually  -little more ..than 420 minutes. 'The  part in .question'.covers ninety closely-  typewritten pages, and 'is the longest  part in'modem farcical comedy.- Reduced to "printed columns, it w-juld  take up a very large section of a newspaper.  .. ivir. Ashley Page, well'known to drama audiences throughout London and1  the suburbs, is a-remarkable "study.",;  Mr., Page doubtless'owes-much of bis  talent in this direction to the fact'  that for many years he has played in  "stock" ooinpaiues where u.i'i'tjsa piece  is produced weekly. His best record  for rapid study is a"classic one, viz.,  Uamlet, a'part known to be the longest in the -whole' area. 6f-Shakespear-  ���������_... _ . ^e'an repertoire..  Mr. Ashley Page made  that    agricultural] hiniself'master of. the role in less than  Wheat (per acre)  Corn  Rye  Potatoes  Buckwheat  Tobacco  9.6 per cent  a"'"week. and w.ien it is remembered  that,"poetic, diction is a very .different  sort of material ������from ordinary melodrama dialogue, tlie feat appears all  the'more .extraordinary.-'   ;/  Mr. Ollie Seymour, now well-known  as a comedian tnrougliout tlie provinces, once achieved a wonderful  feat. He was enacting a small role  iu "The Silver King" some years ago,  and four hours beio-re' the rising of  the curtain the gentleman who enacted .The Spider (the gentlemanly villain role) was taken ill. Mr. Seymour  was called upon to take his place.  The "scrip" of forty-five typewritten  pages was placed in his hands, and  he,_,sat__. down_no_ study ,,it uj^ 5__P-jn_-  At 7.30  the  curtain  rose," "and   wb.etf  RUPTURE  J. Y. EQAN, Specialist of Toronto  A WOKD OF CAUTION.  Delay Is the common error of the ruptured.  You may have been ruptured ������ome vloie and ua  chftOfte notl������eable. But no rupture stands stllL  Even tt not getting larger tl'.e tiowet Is jrowlng  lnjt to ;he inside and ������ny dav your ordinary  trim* Is liable to slip while lining or coughing  ud more of the bowel escape*. Id such ��������� caa*  strangulated lieniinniHy result In deuth. Peopla  eotne to nio constlpawd, irrllaiiie, who seldoai  charge Oil* to rupture, but here is the cause, jk  rupture struins the whole physical organism ant  la ������ constant uerve irritant. Your rupture cured,  you teel like a new being-, ���������' your nerves recevcr  their normal tone, your rundown condition re-  plaited by vigorous hi>aUh. Ace now and remove the dully danger of death, which, ilke a  Uuii'*i������reloud, hangs over every ruptured t������t-  sor Don't 'delay, to suiter and die. Letj.ru  hiip vcm to live and enjoy life. What 1 lava  done;7or thousands the past fltty years 1 can do  tor you to-d:iy. Awaken to the fiiet what a cura  means t you���������viz., Immediate security, comfort  and a perfect physical condition. Thi.*. is all  yours to-day for the asking. Out-of-town patlenu  cousult uie and,ret rn lmme same day.    Afflicted with rupture, displsca-  ��������� tnire    mont, weakness,   lame  oack.  uw"'*'a I stooped  shoulders, corpulenef  or weakness aftT 'an operation  eaa be permanently relieved by my latest Invention, viz., "The Cnrupoc41<!," which gives elegance and shapeliness to the figure and overcomes the direct causes of -".omen's troubles.  Men of all apes suffer  from, this affliction in  VARCIOCELE  FALSE BCPTUBE  some way. No matter  how serious, time afflicted, or failure experienced trying to be cured by medicine, frea  trials or electric belts, my lliotone method will  cure. No pain or detention from work. My  charges are within the reach of all  Tear off free coupon now.  <       Fr*a Consultation Coup������n.  This coupon, upon presentation to J. Y.  Egan, rupture' specialist, 331 West King  BtTeet, Toronto, who will visit the towns (on  dates mentioned below) will entitle bearer to  free consultation and examination of his or  her case. Ask at hotel for number of my  consulting room.  Mote dates.  WiKNiPEO-Clarendon  Hotel,   ,  ��������� ,  tlon. 10 iliivfl only 'day and nlghtl-July 13-14-15-M-1  17-18-19-'^0^1-'������>. Write to Toronto If you do not |  visit Winnipeg,  dnrlns Rxhlbi-  "   yU    --"  7.1 per cent 1'fpe.time arrived for liis entrance Mr.  6.5 per centfseynvour walked in the stage and went  15.5 per cent' through tlie. long and-heavy part with  6.6 per cent BCarccly a single appeal to the prompl-  9.7 per cent, er. '  ..!.';  Ah  ii, topic    of   convorsiitlon   tho  vventhiir eiiHily bonds the list,   ���������  *Io  oih.or  ' Wilnon'H"Fly Pnda.  State of Ohio, City of Toledo, W  IiucaB County. ;  Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is  senior partner of tho Arm of F. J, Cheney  & Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, County and Statu aforesaid, and  that said firm will pay the sum of ONE  HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every  ease -of Catarrh tUiin.t cannot <bo cured by  the" liHo'of Hall's, Catarrh Cure.  . ,.���������.' '<%tA,N.K j/flJIENFlY,  ���������Sworn to before mo; and pnfisoribed in  my' pri'Hcnoe,  this btlv day'of  December,  A', d;, 1886'.      .-'��������� ,v.iv ,?,:-,:������������������������������������ ���������.  A. \V. ariEASON.  (float.) Notary Public.  Hall's Catarrh Ouro Ih taken Internally  and acts directly upon tho blood and  inueoup fliirfaous of the aystom, Send for  tCBtinionialfl, free.  F. J. .OHWNKV A Co., Toledo, O.  Sold by nil DniKKiflts, 75n.  Take   Hall'fl Family Pills for constipation.  ������������������'���������''^..;,i>i-'....v..'.i(Ca.nd,l,d.... ��������� ,,r,. ..  "T mi,iy count upon your'vote tlion?"  rpiinivkod a ciiiidltliit'e fls ho was ���������leaving a Lancashire, village.  "Niiw,, I'll vote for t'other fellow,"  wns "tho uijic'xpe'ote'd answer,    j ���������  l"Bu,t'.,you*v������. never neon. hiin !j" exclaimed the would-be M.P.     ' ������������������  ���������.. "Nnw, but I'vo soon theo!" nnswor-  ' ed'lhu icoimtryhVan.-;,-,,,-, ^,  A Cure "-  "War with Japan seems imminent.  These dreadful rumors alarm me."  "Too bad."  "What would you do?"  "Well, I think I would switch magazines,"���������Kansas City Journal.  New Health and  New Strength |or  Suffering Woiiien  ACHING    BACKS,    TIRED   .LIMBS  AND SPLITTING HEADACHES  NEED NOT BE ENDURED  In silent patience nearly every woman endures suffering tliat casts a  shadow over half her existence.    An.  r;"T^ir  i"  Old CHy't  Progreii.      '  Thi) city "of titiidii-'Ci once supported  to i>o iii a Htuto of decay, in allowing  ovft&mcoMrl, iijI.kw jIi'hhii of li{u( it', tli������..  unanHii)' uffjiirji  of  the  uitiiiitiipitlit,v,  afford, any uv.idojico oir the Hubjuct,,    ,     say's, .Tha'fit, John, N-..U,* Globo.   Al-  (1.* Vlllor-nnrnpnrot with I'thnuifh thi'Wi1 tiro 'Important works q'o-  ing on tliey* urn .Ufuig paid lor out ol  ;iml U  will not no  Cn'llfu-'How in'your ne\V ofllcc'boy  goitinp"lUonpT thn.Ht. dnysP"     .     . ..  T,nwvor���������"Oh, fine! .Ho'h pto.t thingi  ��������� no mixed, up'now'that'"I'-couldn't go  ������P  ilonrj without; hlm."--!>uck.  To Enjoy Life  ��������� -you need, a hcaUhy stomach, active liver,  kidneys, and, bowels.  .'These orpans���������and the nerves  ond ihe blood ���������are better, do  better, when helped by  B EEC HAMS  PILLS  ������tU Bvsrywlura.  InUiti'tl*.  (jciKtal.. iovi{j������t/o,  ONE MORE OF THE  PIONEER WOMAN  TELLS'HER SUFFERING SISTERS  TO FIND'RELIEF IN DODD'S   '  KIDNEY PILLS  gers.  .I'.ccouaary,, to Im-rc'ivWi titXos thin, year,  . At,.l|tt). pfo*i!iit tlmo"tuoru is on hand  IhoTaum 6T'*300,OOO which had accumu-  lutw'lrom" annual,'8urpJuno������ during  ������nv*Tal years . pu������t. Mayor Drouin  lit'olart'd irw olm;r dity that thi) ui!,*>  uuu ,wan conHtiiti't-ly iricroaning. La������t  year tlio rcv'iinue"'Hhow(*d an increano  of' $80,000"6ver tho preeoding year,  and In; eoriild������ntly.-.A'H>uct<,'dl a similar  Incrt'it*,1 ���������this yeur. .'fliis utoroin*'*. Ii������  attributed'to the'-.foriural gro������vtii iiii4  the btiildiiig a"Jivily which ii i^oinir  on, n*\ w<'l|/iin liiu rnpiil iiicrciixe in  ropN. Th'o Hiitn'1it-"$'i(V),()fW Will ho  Kpifii't'HhiH yi'iir'iii.pavititJ itns������t������. Thn  Htun ������f ��������� i:������J0,8W), ��������� which*, tho Inderal  Uovernmciit Nturili'd from th������ Que-  bt'O Brjdge Fupd, j^gother with tin* ^  ,sjirplu������ ttirvd which" the city had still  'fit hand; "will he *p������nt in &��������� m*V'w������tr������r  mnin, ThcMi urn-inw ujuii^diau citic*  wltiuh CAtv h'tftrtlffid <*:vic oonditioni  I an, HutidHnotory.'att' Quebec.  Mrs, Forrostor Hnd Rhoumatlsm nnd  Other Kldnoy Diseases "for two  yi)nr,B, btjt   Dodd's   Kldnoy   Pills  ,.  made ,h������r woll,  . DinHijion', pnnlj. (Sppqinl).--Onn  j)i(in.< of tlio pioneer' women of Snkiit-  chowiin, i'i!li(.)vo'<rof p'n^fi* nnd suffortog  ���������hy Dodd'H Kltlrti*y I'illH, has given  li't'i'���������stiitement'for'.itiibJicaHon In or-  :d^r.-,.thiit otLu'rtSut'finvjjn*. woriion: uujy<.  prove by hor cxnerionco. This tinjo.it  ii_ Mi'H. John .l,,oro8toPi"weU. kiiiiwri  iihd hiT.l5lyifiHpod<()dMrt-thiH nolghW  hdoiK "'    '     '���������'���������'.. :,j. *,. -  "My-.troulilt), fltni'tntl, fcroni -a sovcrn.  cold," Urn. ForoHjnr HtiiioH. "Mjf  n|f.op ' wo.*   hrol'fMi   ni"d'  linr'>fro������lilnc'.  I pcrHpii'ed 'fr'oely at tho HliuihtoHt  exertion. J hud pniiiH in . my -back-  und* .JJhinuiintism developed, from-  which I suffered for t\vo yenrs.  ��������� "1. do not hend to*toll 'you that,I  wns fur front holntf a" Woll womnn  when T Mt'nrted -''Jo -imp Hnild'n Kidney  I'ills, Hut Jiow.L-flin tlirmWiil to say  my, troubles nro gotio. I reconiniend  all Hiiffering women to use Uodd's'  .Kidney }M1U.   .  Suffering'w'omnit onn learn from tho  experience of others thnt the one ������uro  way to boalthtJii, to .euro their Kidney?,, mid Dodil n Kidiiey Pill,-,  curd the Kidnoj/fl.'  ���������"   Sir Edward Helped Him.  Mr. Duke, K.C., who, after an exciting recount in the law courts, be-  .coin.es M.P. for; Exeter   once , more,  owes a great deal ."of his success  at  the" Bar'to the advice and :oiicourag������--'  ment of Sir  Edward Clarke.    It wa.s  the: latter-who,  when Mr. Duke was.  representing, a ---Plymouth paper in the  Gallery of. the .House   of   Commons,  e.nc(,'uraged. the' Yutii'r.e, K.C.. .to, roiid'i  for' the Bar.    And' Mr'. Duke is''one  "of" tlie'^very few journalist who rend,  for the'Bur while continuing, his Qui-.  :l*;i>y work.. ii& \yn,s. called^ in 1885,  'and,,goon bujlt, up,;!" large) conimi>ii':  .law.prnpticij.'   Htf first'"vthittire into-  politics wbs ''wh'eh* lie' stood tor Ply.  mouth in 1900. beiflgs.-returncd-by the  -largest 'number,  of  votes  ever given  up,to',that-.time for   a member   for>:  Plymouth.   Mr. Duke  is "tin   ardent  protectionist,  and  was, in  the early  ���������/.i,,\v������ u,���������i, ���������i.,,,1 ii.���������k> ,<* ���������i,��������� ,r days of (he movemont, one of the first  aching .back, - tired limbs, attacks of i.'M. ni,.,.,,!,,,.!,,!,,', "u.i���������-,i��������� i���������,���������  fiMntness,  and he.idiiehes. and  back".'0*   Mr.   Chamberlain s    .v, hole,, hog-  iroho's"need"Hot"hfi' part of a woman's  life. Such trials indicate plainly  that-the system ��������� requires tho- now  blood, tjiat is supplied through the  urlb 'of ' Or. "-'.Wiliiiims' Pink Pills,  Thd'so Pills ��������� (.r'ii vnluod by suffering  ���������women who have used.them above all  other medicines'bocimso'they give the  rich, red blood that mnkos women  we'll,.'.bright;and. at. their best.1 Mrs.  Fred. .Collard, Poplar Point, ,Mnn.,  jiays: "1 can give you but ii'very  Htiirtll rsfimate of tlie -suffering I en-  d,\lr(Hl before' T began using Dr. Wil-  liamH''Pin1("Pill8,' Afor the birth of  my' 11r.������t.oh.il.il I suffered intuiisely from  niliiieiits that too often ullliet my  'hiix'." This' was complicated by an  attack', of. bleeding idles, and the  agony of, thn (lays nnd nights I en-  diiH.4l' is' iilmost- past comprehension.  1 tried many remedies but they did  not help nie in 'my trouble, and from  a healthy younj. woman .weighing M0  '���������pounds I fell .nwny in weight to 05  pounds. T grew so wuuk I could  hardly walk across tin* floor, and  'th������f6:wbriv.tim/w;-I hnrdly knew w.hat  I iwijij. Aojiig. so great was my agony,  I went*' lb ' Brandon and consulte/1 ii  .d������ott)T^,*li/ii.Hai(J;, tjiat ���������nothing would  help,* inn ;|).tjt ,au operiition for both  i������iy, .troubles', and thnt I would have  'to re'niiun'* iii {he'hdsplliiKfnr at lenst,  iiitlfli1l4*w{'elts.' ��������� Boiirg- a >farmer'm wife  ���������I-felt, ithnt .this,was iippOHsible, and  wlijlK in Brandon. I mot a friend who  oUiigly ,ur;.e| me to iry Dr. Wll-  linHnB'' Plt'ik Pills, tollinu inn thnt  they lfnil ournd' lver trouble similnr  to mine, after nil operation hnd proved  of no benefit. .She had such strong  faith in thorn,thnt slie gnve mo the  first box, and I hepnn using them,  |������ ���������-.,.; .(ol lnnrr twifore T fmiml uiueh  relief. I continued to use the Pills  nil the.rest of that sumnier, nnd the  result wits they restored me to perfect henlth. T told tlie doctor what  Dr. Williams' -Pink Pills hnd done  for me, nnd h!������ reply was that he  njimwlkTiyUvWhirt. they  hnd  done  for  Coronation Goodies.  During the coronation festivities  there promises to be a veritable rain  oi toys und sweets for lucky children,  uceoraing to Messrs, Joseph Wells &  (sons, the oldest-established lirework  makers in tne country. It appears  tnat there' is already an enormous  demand for dnylialit, tlreworks--slie.ll.-i  tilled with all sorts of novelties iu  in-' way nf toys and delicious sweets,  Toy guns, ."teddy bears, surprise-  packets, iiioutli-orgiuis, lisliing-liiies,  ilollii, pietui'i! jxrstcirds, etc., etc., will  shower down when these' shells are  dri'd���������an innovation which is hound to  biing tin! keenest, delight to the chil-  ilreu who witness tlie display. These  .shells are sold at prices to suit all  pockets, and tne same remark upplie*  ,o. otner wonderful pyrotechnic novel,  vies which Messrs. \vells are selling.  ,. -. The Way of It  Harker���������Didn't I understand you to  say he was a tried and trusted man?  Parker���������Not exactly. He was tried  after he had been trusted.���������Chicago  News.  TRY MURINE EYE REMEDV  Fw!Ud,W������������Jr, Weary, Watery Eye* ui.W  GRANULATED EYELIDS I  Murine Doesn't Smart-Soothes Eye iraln  Dvwtbto Ml Urah* Eyt ttmtir, Ll^iU, ISc, M������. tLH  Murina Ef ��������� S*1t������. In Aieptlo Tubat, 28e, $1.00  EYE BOOKS AND ADVICE FREE BY MAIL,  IVIurineEyaRemedyCo^Chicaiio  Canada's per capita consumption of  tobaccq amounts to $1.12, as compared with 64 cents in 1890.  If allowed to,.i'.oam, ovor your house  , those few innocent-looking house flies  may cause' a real tragedy any day, as  tlioy 'are known' to be tho. principal  agents for the spread ..of,those deadly  diseases, typhoid fever, diphtheria  nnd smallpox. '    .,  Miss Young���������"In Turkey a woman  doesn't know her husband till after  she's married him."  Mrs. Wodd���������"Why mention Turkey  "especially?"���������Boston Transcript.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria-  Mrs. Jabbo���������"Jones practically lives  in his automobile."  Mr. Jnbbe���������"Hns to���������ho   sold   his  home   to   buy   it."���������Chicago   Daily  News.  A Houmhold Medlclno.-Thny that am  nctiiiiUiitiJil with thn HUirltim proportk'rt  of Dr. ThomaH* Koloutrlo Oil in tho trout*  ment nf innny allmonlH would not hn  without It III tin* Iiouho, It in truly a  hoiiHi>hol(l motllolno anil an it is olfootive  In (lenlliiK with tniiny ordinary isoin-  plalntH it Ih chvapur than a doctor. Bo,  keep it nt hand, iim thn call for tt may  coino moHt uiiuKpuuti'dly,  Marks���������"Y������m, I'm working day anil  night to put that scheme through."  Parks���������"You're foolish. Do nothing  nbout it nnd It will full through,"���������  Boston Transcript,  ulwuyAJ,,,,,i.nettle less thnii.u iniricle, I lmv,  ���������     ��������� . Ultico recommended the Pills to tunny   , ������������������---     ' otbittii   who  have.'Hiiffeivd   from   wo.  Voicofroiii tho.ti.-c���������"Nviiy-tlon t you ,,|m))i8 troubles, atid-they nlwnys pro-  go and help your, opponent find his ,|���������t>ed ���������bejieflohil ri'*uli". ' hope that  ball?" ..,  Man in the wny-"Oh, his ball's nil  -right; it's here, He's looking'for Us  driver."���������Punch. '   '  .... i.  \Vben. a man loses his temper he  I cuituinly doesn't look it.  this  r-tlltemotit   Will   be  of   benefit  to |  s-omo oth^r suffering per-ion. ' i  TIioro Pills are 'wild by nil ntedi-, ���������  cine deHlers or may h" h������d by '''"'M ..f "haild <������y n  ut 50 cfliita a-box or bIt. hot,-������ fori , / ������, "���������, "*y.h"  tlW frU tho Dr. .William.' Medi-li^/^^.W^.*^  duo Co., "JrockvlHe, Out.  West Indian Hobble Sklrti,  The iao::< n of llv \\est Indies have  bet������i wearing the hobbie skirt for  years and are apt to wear it for years  lo i.ume, 'Ihe hobble may li.tv-- unlimited with the������e women of the tro*  pio������, out-Liiey (jroliaoiy care l.ctle lor  toe credit, as tneir bobbin is more ot  -a.-iivuessity .than a fashion decree,  'l hey 'wear a belt anywhere between  the shoulders and t.,- hip*,, and the  light hobble cords is phue.l just below  tlie klieiin, J lie) 'Hi: m'vtt n/lv-������i iu  w.'ill: throiii'h \>;���������������������������',. ,"' "rn^ and t->rd  streams, and when occasion demand*  it the skirts are pulled up and the  hobble cord holds tiieiu ill place,  livery nativvi Wiiiiiiin wears a bubble,  but she calls it n "grnzitlo."  A Cruel Reminder,  His Wile���������John, do you remember  what took place just three year* ago  to-day?  Her Hi.nbtmil   What, is   thi-.   our  wedding nnniver-nry?  IIii   Wife���������N-iio.    Tlir.-e   y-.it*    a^������  to-<lny you bought me a new hat.  .   Miicrojco'iic.  "You'll not lin-1 a -.i-'nk like that in  a hurry," bo������ste,| th- tall waiter.  And   the   Ktlest  locked   Up   with   ail \  \ TREATISE  on the  Horsc-  FREE!  ot.    It  ���������������*������ t������w c  t*l<;.i. it U doubtful if 1 Qnd  so aocurolf  hip* ol pu������  d St at all."  free  thifbnnk ihni lelliyoii  ���������II  ebmit  liorae ill������.  Cdact AuU im������ iu'uic  them. Cell fnr It nt  your locUtlfnijui ui mite ut,  KENDALL'S  SPAVIN CURE  Il tnnliuH*. II tti'M Hparln, (iuil>, Hvllnl,  UhiKlmiH or ������nf Otli������rUm������iini(,i|iilrHy������nil ailtlf  ������t ���������mkll ������������i������.m������ lt������������4-������li������tl#ni'������,(ii������r,,ii(r;iiuU.  Iimr', li.,i ,���������������������������'��������� ) in-d ju..l n|*,,i> v ..t -j- *,  ioo������ \u\ l,*.| ninfbona.Mwt U curwl dim In  f.JUf VMkl, unu",  Mr, fntile Fr������i������K������l Pltrwln, Qui.  VI1UK i     " 1'1'Ui wvi.l ma  Juiir  T������lu������,bU TtMllM nn 0,������ llurM,  I Wrou'wl llirw Ml l������������ or jwir  X|i������������lll ClIU llll< l������tMII*llb  |r������*l ii|i-f������M tn-l fin.l It I  --���������* cura for HMvlMi'nini  ; ill Hull at iuiai on  twtlWi.  KamHII'i H|*iln  Our* It a-.M II th* ,  iiiiIIiii-h |iri''*  nt  \\ui * U>UI������, or  I  MUM f,x IH m  If 7"U u.nn������i ,������i a  or our tra* lv������������ >l  ymr   U*'T.l  wrltaiu.  dm;<l'l.  |* i|n������**.tt  lURANCt  M   luMk*jr������nili, Vtr������M������t, U.S.I  W. N. U., No. 152-  r r.  ��������������� '4 ? ���������.'  -A   . <./.  J W������ .' ���������������>��������� THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND.   SBXTIgH   OOlsOMBX^  T!i8 GumbGiiaiid 1  issued  Every  .Tuesday  by  the  Comox   &   Cumberland  Publishing "Company.-  This paper will not hold  itself  Responsible'for the opinions of oth-  ���������.rs/as may appear'in its columns  ���������iniMi time to time.  TUESDAY,   August loth U)U.  NOTICE is hereby Biveu that 80 day*  after date I intend to apply to the Hon,  Minister ot Lands for a license to prospect  for coal and petroleum under the foreahqre  aud under the water on tho land* ia aud  opposite Sayward District aud doaeribed t������a  followo:���������Connnonoiu.; at a post planvd  oa tho sea Ui'ach 16 chains north of the  southeast corner ef I o 7ii, Sayvuird District, thence due * h SO chain , thouce  due south SO chains, thanco due went 05  chains 'move or Ism o hij_h water mark on  sea lio-.ch, the northerly alon^ eaid  0-aoU to pL������oe of einnmeno'inont.  S, J: Emanvki.-.,  JK, PuiRfnc. agent.  Daied thfa 2Mb dej <A March, 1911.  English brothom, 17 ������iu\ 18,  ���������'lU-siiv continuous  oiiployniont  on  funn. Hoard, lodging and small  ' romniu.'1-atioii.   1*.   0.   liu.x  858,  Nanaimo, ]5. C,  The Universal  Fire Extinguisher.  Energetic representative or  agents wanted for the Universal  Fire Extinguisher. An excellent  "seller." Needed iu every house.  Apply to  H jACOBSHN  COMPANY,  Vancouver, B.C.  LIQUOR LICENCE ACT  ,   (Section 49.)  NOTICE is hereby given that, on the  22nd d-iy of July, 1911,   application will  b������ made to the Superintendent of   Provincial   Police   for   the   transfer of tbe  license for the sale of liquor by retail  in  ;<nd upon the  premises knewn as   the  Port .Auj-jiisia Hotel, situate at Comox, in  'Gomour district, in the Province of British  Columbia, from   Joseph  H.  Hoimes, of  ssi"id Comox. to John   C.   Clarence,   of  Northbcnd, in'the said Province of  Bril-  >bColumbia,     Joseph 15. Holmes,  Holder of license.  John C. Clakenck,  Applicant for transfer.  NOTICK iaher������by given that 30 days  afi'br du 0 I intend lo apyly to, the Hon  Miuii-tcr"of LuudH br a liuons* to ���������.rnspuft  foi ii- *1 nnd lo'.roloum under the following  de������������i ibi"d laudu situate in Sny������ard Din-  trit t, D- 0.:���������(Jomnwiiiciog nt, ������ |job; plutit-.  ed at the nortlNiust voriiur of Timber Lca-e  No 47, ou tr-.o b������uk ������f fampboll River,  th'-ii'i1 due niutU 77 16 ohuina nmtnor le������8  to the s������nth������a8t corner of -said Timber  LtiiBO No-.47 and Qivne-uu Pi-'-r Indian  lu-HiirvH, theuce duo wt-st 80 uUuim, thoiHt-  duo west SO chain*, thoocu due ninth Sf)  i-.hniuH, tlienc.j due cui-t SOoh.tiUH iu oluoo ul  oi������inmune������u<ent'.  Maiiu Jamk PniKS*,  E. Pries', ajfont.  Datce-1 th.������ 28th day of March, 1911.  1 NO TI*.. HI i- hereby Riven ' th������*. 30 day*  after date I intend to apply to t',e Hon  Minister oi Lands for a licims* to pronpect  fi'ir cokI ������U'ijp������troleum under tlie following  d-scribed liuoU simile in Sayward District inrtt hebijj tin Oanipbull Rwrn- Indian  R..-������erve: CimimenciDg at a p.j&t nituatu , n  ihe bank of Cam_ibtdl River and Iwniy tlie  uorlhnent. ooruer nf-said R������-������.-ive; titmice  due south '25 c.hui-ia m<>rti or lw������ t,-������ ilie  diiiitbwast comer uf said llouem: thtiice  du������ ea4 t>0 chai.;a to b<ir oh; t-hruue lior-  thoil> aud ���������otihwwterly ali>i>< tea Ixsti'oli  ami Cbnq-b.ll River t< place of e.-mnioue*  a,ent. K. Pkieht,  D������tod this JiSth day i,f Mnteh, 1911.  Ifotiee.  NOTICBix hereby ������ivon th������t at tb>  ucxt meeting of tbo Board <>f Licence Com-  mioiionora ol thn City of Cumberland, I  iuteiid .0 appy,fcr a roncwalof the hi t-  ������l lic-euee hold by me for tho Citm.mrlnnd  Ho^l, mtuntt'd onloi 1, block <>, Cum: er-  land ToiviiHito...  WILLIAM MEIUUFIELD.  Dated t is loth day of May, 1911.  VEUBLIC'NOTICE, is hereby given  that on and afterlit'ly, t t, 1911, it shall  ���������be unlawful'for any horse, cow, cattle,  swine, sheep or goals to run at large or  feed upon the public streets, lanei, alleys  or nnfenced lots' or lands'within the city  Pmiis, excepf'miich cows, which shall be  allowed to run at l.irge from seven o'clock  in ilie moininjf uniil ci^ht o clock uvilic  afternoon of each clay. Milch tows mu������.i  be kepi closed in from eiylit o'clock in  the afternoon until seven o'clock in the  morning, nnd all bells removed from' the  coo.s at night, !,ubjcct to the provisions of  the Pound By-law,  By order of tbe City Council:  '.VMeKiNNoN.C.'M.C.-  City Hull, June 13th, 1911.  NOTICE in hereby givou tb vt at the  next m-otint. of the* Board if Liociin*  Com'Missioi-cra ef the Oitv of l-uinb 1-  lut>d, I inttitid. t:t apply foi a reu������w<l >t the  wholeHide liquor license h'ekl by me, 'it-  uated on lot 12, block G, C'uiiiberl.>ud  Tuwniite-.'  JOHN .MARWOHI  Dated tlitB 15th day;of May, 1L*11.  $**m<*m'*mm*t***���������**������>*m*m������*m*m������*mm*m ��������� m m*m*m*m*m*-*-**>*m*>^  1Q% BONDS 10%  Ait Attraclive   Offering  for a Short Term  Investment.  We can offer tho conservative  investor for a short while only  an opportunity of placing '.his  surplus funds iu n hi^h-class security hairing a rate of interest  ol ton por ci'iit,  Only 150 of these Convertible  Ochentures at a par value ot $100  *;aeh. uvailable.  Da not tv'Miihle iu stocks,  shares and cither funns of specu-  lmiou, but IN V1CST whore your  principal and inti'R'St is secured,  Vv'iutjv for furl'her paniculars  of this* Iji'iml issue wliii'h ia particularly ulimctive to investors.  Pi 1 nn id application is iK'oessnry  as iiiimhev is limited,  MUM SEGURITIES,  LMTW).  \ ancouvei Otiiee;���������  v{01 Dominion Trust  Building,  u ,*\iOGUYCr, ". C-  Mot li'i'!��������� 1.1 lui'vliy ;_iviiii ilnt   ,'{0  <lnyn  ��������� , ' H" htiii.n;t u������ Miply  (>���������  tlio ll-ii'  -.'.'���������     <ll'./     (y,-!|.li,H-til||Utr     U!     IjCIIiU     llllll  V 011.- 101 ��������� ii lii'nii'i' 1,11 i:*ii������nm't f-ir i.(������d  ,.'.,..>��������� . 1 .u mid- r '.In foll'.wiUK d-tu-riti-  <i ii'i-i. ii'iuil'i   in Mtij-w.-it-l D!.������tr|ot, BO,  ' 1 ���������'in-'vunjf nt u .ciiit, ytiiuU'd nt the  iMirim-w: '..iriu-i' of Tiu-hor Lemo Ni������, 4H,  t'H'.nti due ������ udi 75 clminri, tlfiipo ilno  11, t m ovwi ti tlii'iid* dun mirth 75 rbnini*  iiio*i������ "r bidt tn lh������ iimtli biiiuilnry of mud  T-iuiier hum' Nn. -Jfl/thiMKoilna wo������t RO  c miiU' to |i!������m' of (���������(iiiiiiioiicoiiifr.it.  Maku .I.vmc I'l'iurr,  11. l'ridtt ii(,*W't,  Luted thiilMth day of lUtHi, 1011.  N0TH./K ia heroby given Unit nt -In  i.ext tiit'uting of tho Ruimt ������f lico so () -ni  niiH������ioiier������ of the City of fumb-rbuiJ, 1  ii.tond to a plv f >r a renevniil of tin- h-t  cl 1 ooiice hold by 1110 tho W*t- tly  Ho el. Mituiited (iu lot 2, blocl* 51, Ciiuilni  bind TowiiBito,  FlUNK DALLOS  Datott this 15th day of May, 1911  NOTICE ia horeby kivoii that nt thf  libit mcetiiKf uf ihu Bynrd of Liom n<  ConmitK-iotierH nt the Oi y if Cumberland, I inletui 1,1 ;>p;>ly lor 11  renowal of tho hotel liotnno hold hy me  far tho NfW Kn^hind Holol, hituutod on  tli������ oimt half nf loi li, in block 3, Cumber-  lund IViwihite,  JAMES WALTEIW.  Died tliiH lfiih flny i.f. Mn.v, I'.lll  t*miM**u*mTn*MA****uMtmM***,>*Mwnmw*mw***^^  NOT [OK id  henby uivou that m 1I10  limit iiiiMtliiR'f tho Hoard of I.io"W<oCVuii  1111.hi.'ii ru of tlio City nf Ouiiihcrliiiid. wo  inlniid to apply fur ,i loncwal f tho hot-  ol li'.!"iiHo helil by uh for the Vuiichuuo  liotol, hilitidO'l on lot 5 block '.), Ciiinbor-  liuul Townniti).  WILSON .1 MlAUllEK'l,  Diti'il thii 15th ������Uy of May, 11)11.  tiorii E in liuioby !|.ivoii tlut at 1)10  ihxi iiiunti 'f, v( the ltn������rd of J.iu.-iiHi' ('om>  mi-i'iiiiiiji's lor 1 ho IV.y of Ciiiubuiluul. I  iiiUii-d to >.|iply loru lonuvval of tiiu whuli-  akId liquor hofwHu Ih>1i1 l-y til-, ni'imtud on  Uh tl, bloii.i IT), (/tiiiibiirUnd lii*>'Jnit,i,  0IAI.1 MUtihA-TTI.  lUed thin 15th <Uy nf Mit), l'JII.  NOTICE i������li������rAby (_iti-h ilut a (hi next  uue iti.t uf tin* lloii.d of bi<!Mi*u I'onimU  Mini*' i* uf th������ thy of Ouinbcrliiitd, I intend to npply for 11 reiio-vnl of iho whole-  Hide Ikjikt limmdo bold by in., uitiiAtud  ou lot li!, blouk", Ouiiib^rlmul TownHitu  Fit AN K. SCAVAKUU.  Uitod lliiii ISth d������y of May, l'JII  SPATES  The TAILOR.  Ma*B-aMlB-M-a__NB_������BTM������aft*ai*M^^  CLKAN1NG, PRESSING  and RKI'AIRING.  WUTIOK lu heitd-y uivon tlmt nt tli(������  niii nit>otiiiK of tho llotvl of hicoiiHO  ('ointiiiiiHii'iuirH of thi City ol Cumber,  iiniii, i inluiid lui"H'" i'"i -> 11,1.1 v.ul \it  tho wlioloiitlo- liquor lIceiiHfi hfld by m#,  MliniUd in lot l>, hUmlt 7, (huiiburUiid  ToMiiaiiu.  VICl'OU noNOUA.  Diitud Huh I nth day of May, lull  UckHcm' Work  it Spucledty.  w-mmnm m m i**-������a������ mm ���������*������m*mm**Mm*mmmiSeee  SAYWAHiO LAND DMTKICT,  Dtatriot of Mnywupl.  TAKK not-no >hn'. tlenrjjo Li������lot������������������er Kl-  mhii{t<iii, of VonvHivr, H.C., uioalianio,  Int.lulu lonpi'l. fo> p*riiilH*fmi tiii/iirchMC  the fullowinn ibw. ribr' IuiuIh:--  dhi muiioi-u ������t ii ]i������*t pbibtcd Ht the  South won o-Hicref lot 5Mi thrmeit north  bOcluim, thriii'o wmt "5 .huiin, thonco  iiuittli 80 uhaiuH, llit'iiflit ������������i 70 ohuinw. to  point of coniiii.i.c-iuimt, coiitilininx 000  nnroM, mn'������ ru 'i-wm,  (iUOHUr. bKIUKNiXIl  HlMIXtlTON,  ItoUirt Ib'.-rv (.', o.diut, t^.ul,  Uiilo.l Mm ob'.l.ii  Hill  SAVWAIiU UNU  DUTVdCT  Diitrltt nf SaywiH.  TIKE NOTICK that VtiMek William  Le.lleClnrlj, "f Vntxiuiivtr, 11,0., law  eli-ru, Iutiuidii to npply for pi'nnla������l������n to.  ViUtoh������'i tho f.>!|o������iii|;d6if>ri'>ni! laiidH*  C"min'iinlii(? id 11 pu������t pluntixl nt the  itliTIU! NO i'Uim BI'^I NKSS w,.awv,������������t uoruur uf lot 55-2; tluiuiMi emit ao  SAl.K, OoiiHiftin^ of h'"in^ htiijf- oi.niim, ;ih#tnee aomh 04 oluiini. thenoo  ilig, lilddori*, Step lit'blf'tp it t*U\ i w<-.������t 4(1 oIiuIdm, thoiu-a ������nu?h 10 nlinlnt*,  11, il TiltfO llHtil Uhwci w������Mt 40 oliiibin, tliunoo imitli HO  I ehdnH lo plno* "' oninnmiio'.Muwit, c������ntdn  ������***������������������'���������"���������    '������ '''" ���������^-������������������~-->'*~������������.-������-~ | j,,j, rjdai'ri'H. runrc ������r Um,  An Ad in the   News!    v*rm-*\\mA*������\.r,������w.vis���������.  ���������. , ! TU������b.*r' Hfiry Chnpiuit, n������flnt.  pays.     I ry it. juatcu Miucfituu. ton.  CBALkl) TRKDRItS nddroMiod to the  *-^ uudertigned, nnd oitdor*od "Ttudur  tor Pulilio liulMiii������, liev l.tHit.,���������������(/,,  wi|l bo received until-l,(Kl P.M., Muialny,  July 2-1, l'JII, fur the o.untruouoii of n  I'ublio Huililu.)/ ut IWelttoke, U.0,  Pi ft ii a, r pfioitioutiuii and firm of oon-  tr-ot u������u bo Ktien nnd fonm-cf U<ndur ob  uiunl ut lint nuke ot Mr. Win tlumUnuiii,  Uimulunt Aio iiMui, V'iu'.oria, B,C��������� ut thn  funt Ullico, U-Vflotoko, (Hid at till* Ue>  paitnuuit,  I'trmuiH tuutloiiiitf me uolilied tlta. tend  em will no bo conHidmnd imlo h inndo ou  lh������* printoil tu lllH HU|iplieii, aid hIuiiuI  with ih.ir M'luul .i|_ii������iuriiH; Htatni^ their  oceiipaii-inti kini piiiuiu oi rmhieiioo. In  the <.u>.������ of iiiim, tie nunial "iKnaturr, the  uilUie of thu ��������� uon|iai ii nnd y liiu������ ut roil*  dei oe ������.(uauh inuinD.r of tbu llrui miot bu  giv.ii,  K������oii t������nd������r iiitiit l,������ u>u>uifHuiutl liy au  mxiepled uliinpia ������������������ u uluruirnl tunll, \my  ul>l������ tu til* onUr of tut) liom>ur*lilu th*  Mi.iiur nf I'ulilio \V������rk������, uipial m ttn p-r  tenl (IU p.u.) f tuo .inoimt ol the telnltr,  ubioli wil^lm forluiteil if tho purHou tuint-  urinn itmlnii to outer lnio������tontr������utwl.ou  ..d c.l >���������������> ti tu do .0,01 <-il t" iHiiwj-b'l.i'  ti c. **������r'������. ei.u rtu'.i������ti lor. If tli������ tr*iid������r Im  nut lUtoptud did uKiijue will Im returned,  Tlie Uu|i4i",inoiit uiari Qui bind liMulf tu  itutiipt i ho lowHtt it any teudur.  Uy oriiur,  ii. t, uLsllOv-liKii.-;,  a������ur������tary.  l)������partni������at ���������( 1'abho VVarka,  .Ottiiwa, JuueSt, 11)11.  tftwiptpuik will nut Im paid for thi* at!  District of Sayward.  TAKE  NOTICK iImi   Wiliwm.  Cnlilwoll. of I imitrk, Out ,v niinrwy  iiiuii, iiitioidnto npply for jiormf*!  i-ioi- to ptirohiirH tho folluwinir tlw  Horibod Iniidn:���������CuUiiHOiiciiii! nt ������i  punt plnnti'dnt thenorthwwttumor  of Idiit 4U0, Oitrrlniflon Huv, Sny.  wwrd District, tlii'iiwi l'i)llntviii!������ the  north bouiidnry of o1 'JOO ('..fie!.  for 40 ohaiiiH, thonoo north !20  ohtiinn, tlionco win! tniht'tdioioliuu  thonoM sotiihwt'Htfrly mid foiowinv  tho *l)or������ Hue lo tho point of voiu*  luo'ict'inotil, coniiiiniuglfHt* iluu 80  ncro������.      Wir.idAM CAbmviiid.,  J no, .NUi!������'oij,ununt  pBieJ Feb. 28tii, 1011,  8AYVVAUI) LAND DlH'llllorT"  Diutrlot ofSnywutd.  ���������   TAKK notior that Shinny Hoaainiin, of  Vanwouver, B, (.'..  ui������''hunto, intcndu to  npply for permniMinii t.purolimio tho fob  lowitifc tlrHOribi'd liimia:--  CuiniiiDiuiintf nt  a  pont pliii'tnd at  tlio  Hnilthwcnt corner nf lot (t53| thvnoo youth  00 Cluiiii", thonce "e-t <>0 clii.lt,.,   l',,-,,,^  U'if'lli HO wltfiiu*, IhutW'i o^t ttO'chnui",  t  pluro nf c uimeuoonieiit   ooutniniiii; Oil)  norot, umre i-r l������*������.  8IUNUV Ukahh.u,  Hohort Henry Onuttimt, lipoid,  D.tedMnrohOtb, WW  SAYWAUI.i LAND UIMTKIOT.  'f L) Ptilot of fJ.yward.  TAKK NOTICK that Ann r Hnwlo.d  Heit, nf V.U'i-i'iivvr. U.C., inuirtpor'. nil'nt,  hiWMi'lHto Itpi'ly f"i prrnitHni'iu lo pureincO  tho f-Uowhifi dosviibedl.iiilH:���������t'miiiiii;iiR-  im_ in a |.o>t plniitod ut tbe ���������"iitlnnHt������ur-  imr of I"' OiO, 0-' dii n-rth buii,idii>y of  In 517, tluuio.* 11'"tli 8(1 ohiunH, tln'iii'd  ���������������H-t   "ot'llill.H   tbl'lllW   B'tnth  Ktl cli.������itiH,  the 0 Jv> ���������'������' 75 uliiiinirt't p"int of uoi|inirt<c0  niunt, uiitiiiiiuitu llitll Horn., uinre nr IfWh,  AiiTinnt HowtAsti Iikst,  Uuliort ll'-ury ClioHtnut n^enr,  Datinl M.iro������7th, 1011,  '*"s^YU7AlTiTLAN^  DiMrh'tnf Ha>ward,  TAKK NUI'loK that Sum nd Heiuminn,  nf Vniu'ii' vi>r, ll.'\, ni'cbd'le, im������>inln to  llpply lor |i*mi1"hIihi 'o punihliHe tho 'nl  lo.'h'Kih'I'odhi'l hind>:���������I'oiniiii'lioiKp fct fl  p-nt piii"H"i nt thn HnutliMint rfii-imr i'f lot  fiCiii thiMi'o fit't HIU nhaitiM, thoiiOA imiih  ���������lOoliiiiuH, lliuiiof woit 75oh������h'H (mora or  HI������������|)th'll(ltMl-l"l' 5   t)lil������l||H,   tllO'lUO   W������Ht  H5 ohniiiii, t*io o< north iiS ahnhiH to i-oi������t  of 0'HntnPltOi'liiimt, eniitainiuu (ii*0 norei,  niorti or hi'M,      Wamuki, Ukahman.  Uobvit Henry (Ibomtiut, akciit  l)������t������-.l Maruh.8ili.lW1l. '  8AYWAUD LAND DMTKICT.  Dintriet.of Hnywnnl,  TAKK notlim th������t NnuelU  Jonoph, nf  ���������rartUmtni If th������y iinartit without ituth- Yaneoutfr,   ������. i\, HptmUr, Intonda to  or.ty Inm tn, D-w.r.m.i.t. : M������|dy for wrmW������ t������ P������rfllm*. th. fob  lowing dinorlbeu litnuai���������  Coinin. ncitii at a |������n*t plauted nt \\w  Simthanat oerner of M M7l thano* north  m ciiainfl, tho ea e<ur ������l Phalne, thane*  Houth 80 rh.|n������, thonow w������k������ (Vl ohuina  IF VOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO THK  NEWS. IMRST-CUSSWORK  t ��������� the polut of ooinmiiuament, o.mUiu*  itiK tUU aotft* more or \m*.  Nanetti' Jonw'ii,  SAYWARD LAND DIHTUIOT.  Uinirict oi iSiiywurd,  I'AKK ni'iiu* (lint Fr*nuo������ l'r hjIi������i������,  wifn nf W, V, Hrou^llUiu, of Vntioiiuvnr,  ll.C, iiit-inlt t>������ ni'idy for pi rnii'������|o'i ^0  puroliiiHO tho following ilcHoriliml loid-:���������  ('ommonidnu at a pi ht plnnti*il 40 cli*>ini  wo/itof tho BoiitliO'dt oornnr if It 517;  tlu'iioo Oiut I'-'O tvbtiiiH, thetio������ nuitli 40  chaini*, tlirnnn w������������i 1*20 ulitibM, thuiiuo  north 40 ahalnu to point ���������f.ooiiim*uo������uu'n ,  couttduitiB 480 ao'OP, more or lnn.  Fmamokh Bhoukiiam.  llobi.it Henry (Hifutitut,nffotit  DnlmlMarohBlh, 1011.  Wooi'f PHowKoiiftt,  Tk������  Qrtat   Hn(jlUh   JUmfrlu.  't'untm nnd Invlgorauiattia wIkiIo  lorvon  llco.ll  i, &xui]lW4ttkn'*$i}!mU*io"f, Hi������r.  Robert Honry OhMtntit, api*.' ������,jfjn-^   ou  ft  nurvuiia nyatoin,  iuuIcm   *i >w  lllc������l tn old V*tna,>Oufvn "  Vtuiql ami Urai*. Worry  jwiwrw**/, afjtmltV*tikn'*$. Kmi****.!, ni������r.  . iwU*rrh<ta,(ind hlf'ft* of J him* nr Hrt***'*,  Uatcd Unto* 1U>������ 1UU'  wujeuro. Hold bf altrtm  "   n iikf. ou tftoelnr  {Jmurty WUmti  mailftl/rtt  pf uiulli it In  ii  Jd bf alt dn*ni������u or uiulli  Moelpt of prfco, A*������,8 jtnm  Tha Wood Modloln* Oo.  TCMMMta-Oni* ' THEV.NEWfer;:^MB��feLA'NDi BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
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Make. Your EXPENSES Light
r.Iakea Your BISCUITS Uffht
Makes Your CAKES USht
FTakea Your BUNS Light
Make. Your LABOR Light
Toretto, Out.
'.-f.\,* ��*���-;".(
The purest and best BKER, and
���made in Cumberland,    ,
The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B.C
HERCULES Stump Pullers
-      -      FOR   SALE  BY      -      ���
Walworth-Rblston Co.  Ltd
1020 Westminster Ave.,  "   Vancouver, B�� C.
The Courtenay Hotel
Every convenience (or guests.
The Oential Hotel tor Sportamon
None but the Best of Wines and Liquors
at the Bar.
John Johnston,   Prop
The Vancouver Daily Province
To September 23, Q-On
���    JIVt      ��a ������        ������        ������      fiiTiTaftitl ^Sggtr    -<q__r
Sg   1   Wc Twill mail The Daily Province
p2ClSi   till September 23 to any address
in Canada outside the city of Van-
Offer- c6uv���i,>for^-. ..
V *���***��* General Elections September 21
Take advantage of our Splendid News Service
and follow intelligently the moves of each party.
is indispensable in the
camp, and for all
impromptu meals.
to your canned meats
and soups and note
the difference.
sandwiches are
nutritious and
,;���'<��� NOTICE is hereby given that tin
^.application will be made under Part
���$ V. ot the "Water Act, 1909,'��� to ob-
1 "-ii ii u lue.iai* in ibo DiVi-iiix <if (J -mux
U.h ri;��.
������'' (a.) The name ot Company In full:
','!W��llni.{i ii Colliery Ci:-ii,i>i.y. Limbed
:h /Th. bfi-l Mm'Victoria, U C.
:���;' Tii- o'U'.tal, ��� h--w ilj.i.'o-b ���uliiiwiuv
^n-..t)Miifc ;..id ii|. *-2<"0.UtH'O .livi-'.ed into
��� 2(i.n(Hi >h'ire* of. $100' im ��� .uh fully p<i'l'('
(If for mining: piirpoBca) Free Mln-
>er'a Oertiflcate No	
f    (b.) Tho name of lake, stream   or
.notirco (If unnamed,   tho   description
10 PjixitJi.-'K" K'_er	
(c.) The" point of .'diversion: At a
poi-fc JiON'o"thn"' frtl'H" on *he I'uir.loiUt.
lti.vnr. I'-oiot T)�� t'i.".
(d.) Tho. quantity o( water applied
for (In cuble foot per second):
��7��. . '
(o.) Tho character of tho propoood
wnrlf>: lii-nernti-'c iiU'di oow-r^orkHi m.'I
eleclriu wnrku, and tiliut B d other ivac'i-
iuory und cnvmiiunoeu n��oeaaary for pre--
duonv/ .power.
(f.) Tbo premises on which tho water In to bo uttod (describe oame): On
or iu thu vicinlt* -f tho Wollintftmi Colli
iiryConnNny'* Ltd. pr-p^ny and hold
ini/MinCom-'T D't-io*.
(r.) The purposes on which tho wa-
W Im to bo ti'Oil: (limt-rntluu el-'Otnoity,
nnd lor IIkIh. hunt, pnwr, operation of
nv>'��r. I'tii/bo*, nudm.oVtiury of��l. kiuilH
and ����,n��'r��Hy'fiir tlifoiereiue of nil pmvom
���ml prlyllcgetof ��� po��or oompmiy wider
Part IX. of above Act.
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District, of RupiTi ,
TAKK notlcH that Gardiner Alexander Brail v Spi'iicer of AImi.ciI.i
Cnl , oitcii])i)rioii pluiiilior, iiittiiid.-
to iippl)' for i��rmit*-ion '.'o piuctiase
the foilowiuu cle��!ri!ied luiid* :���
Ci'imni-iicinf. :it n juiHt pi.iiited
about 3D clmiiis \vei��L uf tin; *-<ni*. 1j
east corner of Section 24, Township
21, ihrnce west 80 chiiinK. thence
South 80 clininF, tlienn* eiim 80
cluiiiii-. thence nortli tomHiili -ou.e
of Wolf Luke ihenco wei'eily alonv
Bouth pliore to wo.-si- en.I nt' Iiiko,
thence eaK aloti}.' nor.h eliort- nbout
40 chains theiiCH nnr'li to plstce ol
comn:ci'ieo:tirir., nintniiiiiiK -4U0
aero moro or le��H
Scribed on pon., G A.B.M.'* N.E.
CIahukeh Ai.kxanpkh Bk'.jjy
Dan Clurk. Avenl
Dated ne.-enbi-r I4ih. 1H10.
District of Rupurt.
TAKE notion thnt Kadora Mao L��eson
of Vauoouvcr, B. C, occupatioa |\V;dow,
i- touds. to apply for peruiiadon t-> pnr-
cKuse the folUiwng-d'scrib.-J lm.d<: C-ni
milioiUK lit at ft p.t��t plitntetl nbout oik
mile mirth und 40 olnui-s fMt of the S. E.
corner of Section i, TuWiithip B, theoeir
worth 80 chain*, thonco uur. 8(1 chuiuB,
thence Miiit-i 80 clsoiu". tbeuco west 80
vlmiai io pbuu oi commvnoeineut, uout.ui
iup 610 aer��w, tu. r�� ��� r 1**��.
BcribiKl i.n pot EML'h 8.W. owrnor.
IJ.ii Cliik, Agent.
Pat-<i n��cou.ber lltb, 19*0.
Disi'.ijct of Ri-pert
TAKK  1-OriCR "tliat  Adelaide  Estor
Ci'.iuk " Hr��w!��,'   of    Urookfieid    N.   Y���
niiirrii-d woninu. intetidii to apply b r piii-
tnissiyu tu |HHuliM.e the fullowkUR (b-��('.rib-
tdhudv;���C> iinnoucng ��t a po*6 planted
at southwest oon at of S.ctioa  ltf, Town-
tbip!), tlielK-u  north   SU  phiiini,,   thenuu
o��bt 80 chaius;,   tlieaco    nouth   80  chainx,
tin ne�� wt*t 8U chains to place of commen-
munt contiining 010 nercH moro or Ic^s.
Scribed <m post A.K.C.U'a S.W. oor
Aiisi'Aiuic Ksri:it I'lauk Bkow>.
Uan Clark, Ui_ut,
Dutod Di-coinber 19th. Ill 10.
District of' Rupert     v
TAKE notice that Bertram Jamcp
T.ifkw of Vancouver, li. C.  occupation Express Manager intends to
to apply for penn't'rion to purchata
the   foil   i\n\x  de.-cribed   lauds:--
Comn^    cin��   ot   a   post   planted
abo'1   iJOchiiin*'wm1 of the B-uth
ea    come:   of So-tion  2-i, Towa-
phip21,   thenco   wi-.-l   80, chain*.,
thence f-ou'li 80 el.a inn, tln-nee east
80 ctiainK, tlietieo noitb  80 chuina
to place   of   Ouiuiri(jii:.t'tnent,   oon*
tniniiig 640 iicrcs- mure or ledts.
Sciilied on po-i N|lj.T TV N.E.
Bktutuaii Jamks Ta-kkr,
D.in Clark, ugeni
Dated Decern lior Mih, 1910.
Any person <��r persons, cutting,
iviiinviiiti or takiticr   any    bl"C,kv
tinilier nr wood, ofany descriptiodn
H'liinirino to tlio AVeilington Col-
'ii*"i*V (,o,Y.V''oi',fr6in'dr off the land''
of tlio dnid (Joun-.iiiiy,   or   iiiivoik*
tijiping rubbish of any'jdescriptinn
anywherti-upon   tlie-eunijiany's
ljjiid will lit* profjecutedtti tlio full
{ixtont of 'tli�� law.        "~
0-   . -;av; i;;ci)uii,s()Nr. ,'���.���-
'.   \"        "(rwiioiul Maii'iirffir,
Wellington Colliery (Jo,y.
^OTICB U horeby |(lvni* tli��t on thn Hr4
d*y of beiMJinbrriitXt ��vi*licHtinn will bo
nudu to.the Siipuriiaoiuifnt, of Pr����viimj��l
I'oliuo. Vloiorii, for tho runowal n< thn ho-
tal Huanse to mil 'hipion* by rtftuil in tho
hotol kanwa an t-li- Port AuruUh h-itnl. nif
uated nt Ooni����, U.L\   ,       J. Ii Hoi.mkh
Duteil Ootaber 11   1010.
lUving bnilt �� lurne ''ii'PhiniHeiii-il ui'l1
a* Conrittniiy, 1 will in fnuru keen on
htndantook i f til Umla of M��y,  Crdn,
nnd Feed ut lowent market mien.     A
8|>(ioialty will bu niailu of roller oiiihIhhI
foml fir hnr��nwhich vIII wa'-e a n-viu^
of "up thin' in the oo-t o( fi-ol,     Ordom
Iflvun tlietmiiiiHti'i' or by phoim v��iM  bo
promptly Jilbtl.    ThiinUiux yon for your
patr- tiau"' in 'he n��Ht und noHoi'lnu a uon
_, v ., ,, .     ...    ������.. ....itlnnancoof tlw.imino on  bnmdor I mn, I
(1.) If tho water is to be und  or ^ to ^
Riding on locomotivuy and rail
way cart? of tlio Union Oolliery
Conipaiiy l��y any': person ar-,,per-
^iVia���except lain1 crew,-���i^airlotly
prohibited. Knipioyeep -re *<uli-
;f��c tu iii.-.tui,--Ktil fin nllowing nani-
By order
General Manauer.
Dis'riel of Rnpeil
TAKK imtii e that Joi.n Henry
Kerrint-h Rich .idMMi, of V:ineou
ver, B. C, (-cciipation S eainlaia1
Stewurd, intei.iln io a .ply fur'per-
niisi'ion '.o piu<;li:i!-e 'lie ffill'>'iyiii(i
descriled lar.ds:---Cotiinieiicinjj; at
a post planted about 40 chain?
north ot' Uih t-outhweat eon.t-r. of
S- ctioti %, Tinynjiliip 'J_l, thence M^t
80 chanir*. ibetice rjoijib 80 chaiiu,
thence easi 80 chain*, thence i.orfli
80 chains to place of eoniimMice
ment foiilaiiiing 040 iicref* more or
J. II K. IV* N E comer.    ;''
John Hknicy  Kkhhin.sii RiciiAitn-
Dun Cl-rk, Auent.   ,
Dated Dceenib.-r Id'h, 1910.
District of Rupert
4 TAKE' notice    tliat   Richmond
Charles Bii=s of Vancouver,  B, C.
Broker intends to  npply   for   per
mission to purchat-e the following
described  landf:- Commencing at
a pOi>i planted at {   post   between
vie- ti ii 18k, Town-hip 9, and Soot
ion 13, Township '20, tlmice woei 40
cliuiiiH.  tlioncc   uoutli   40  ciniine,
tln-nee wi ��t 40 chain*, thence south
80 ctmiiu; tlence uasit   40   cliainn,
theiu-e north 40cliains. ilienct-oasit
40 vhaiii*, thence north SOclmins to
pinceo/ eotiinieiuciitcnt, conuiaing
640 liens more or less:
Scri'ni'd on post UCB'i* NT E cor.
Richmond Ciiaui.ks Bisa.
*  Dan Clark, agent. .
Dated December 19��� h, 1910.
I *,mt,^��>r,mm*,>fi'**'*^'>**'***^**^*l''���,m*>*****i'm*i*m     I
' li^irGaAoiTi'ovis
And ull Kll'Chfc.N    UlcNalLS
Sportsmens Goods
_"*uid _
General Hardware
���   Di*tiiet "f Uupeit
TAKE'NOi U.aO tli.b J'.iiica .IV-^l-lmw,
of Emporia, Hori-u, cu-p-nitr,   n.*..n u
���o apply "for p>-ruiiH*n.'ii tn puroliu-'' r i�� -
followniff doacnlm.l Iimii'h:���Coium-iui ni;
>t a po*t plini ��il - iiiia-. wnt of ti-o .^.K.
oiin^r oi iSoo'.i-.n VSI, iowii��iiip2i), yimiici'
iiurth 40 i.b.inH, tli-no-   ffBt 8b."o'liM..��1*
jUit.Mi,'  ho ith 40 oluinH, , dioinv o.a 80
OTjaiiiH ��� I'.."place ��f obiniii-iicunioiit, tun
lores liii'/e .' I
Mibt J II'r ->,K
Dnti.dfboembi.r 19th, IDlOr
Dm'net of   Ruqert
TAKE notice that Delia Brooks,
of    Vanei. uvor.    li.    C,    j'.irriud
woman, in'ends t��> apply  for per-
misi-i'Xi to purchr.-e  tlie following
describeil  l-itid3:--_Uotii_nienc_ing_ at
piift plai.tt-d at the   northweHt cor
iht of. Suction    30,   Township   9,
thence ea*l SO chainH, thence south
80(*hain��, li.oi.ce-went  M)  ehainu,
ilit-ncojiorih SOj.chainH to pluce of
commencement     coiiLaining    040
acreR more or less.
Senbeit ou 1'obI 1). B'�� N. W  eor.
DiiUhx Brooks,
Dan Clark, Ai<ent.
D��ied Decmher 17th, 1910.
District, of Rupert
TAKE notice thai Marguerite
Leitch of Vancouver, B.C., oecu-
patiwti Salmlady, iniendH to apply
for permif^ion to purehitr-e ihe fol-
lowin�� deserihul l.u.ds:  -
Ci.nnsjoi ch.j> ai. ii po.il plained
at the n'��rthi.ifi m-i nn- of See1 ion
cl4, Township 'JO, tlnN.oe we-ii 80
chains, theme *-oulh 80 ���.���buins,
thence ea*jt 80 ebait.*', thence north
80 chains to plnce of eotnmer.ee-
menlfcontaintnu 040 acre?, more
or le��"��,.
Scribid on \-iOfit, M.L.'b N. E.cor.
Dun. Claik, Agent.
Dated December Kith, 1910.
uiui m ..liio   noret) tn.-io .-. Iohu.
Son bud on jiobt J K'r .-..K. oonur,
Diritiict ff Rupert.
TAKK NOTI'K tli't. OhuIoh JiuIhoi.
Minor, f limeHuu, N.Y., rotirml lanu-
��r, intends to apply for perni'twini1' t-i
purci.A.o tliv follow ii.y il...��ribii'l land-:
Ui)ln ��� o-.cb'fr nt a poHt , biiitod 2 mi en
west o tli�� iSK .oi'iitii' ol SelionIM,Thnvh
���hip yu. tln'iioo n-rt. (hi cluiefl, 'tlu-i'ttb
eatit SO oliiniM, ��� I) el ice n��tuli till oliniiiH,
tliOneu Wi"t 80 .ilmiiiH, t-. [i\mu ol U'.miii-
a icuiu'-nt. o-iiiiiii'iiii.' 010 iore*, ro or
1i):i��, I ll.Utl,lili J.UIMO.N M I.VKU
8cr b.iil im pi*Ht UJM'k -sv\ o uii r
l)<n UUrs,"A^ont.
Doted D'O-mher lO'li. Ml I o
��� .';   kui'Krt lanij wsruior
iJmlrict ot Uupurt.
T.AKE KO'l'lCK that E-iw.rd Djke,
of HiiiK'hiiuiUin. KY. riitC'hmari.jn'.eiidN to
apply fur peniiiKniou to puroinwu the fiil-
iowinw dfHerii'o^ hind>>:-'CoaiM>euviiiii�� ut
�� p-Ht pl����-d.'J. mile, .wmt ��j' lh��
'Mouth eimt ci)iii��r of S.od'ii '24, 'tWtifdilp
't!0,'h'-no'ii .W"��t b0cl>uui��,. di.ticu noutb
f-ill c'liiin^, thonco oast 80 oliann, tfituce
in.rili ilOch'ii.u tuplac nfu-iintii'ii.3��iiieutl
ui'iivAi-iiiu M) ��<"""l'*'i ne*ri*'br l��ua
SwiI.mi1 ou p .rit'BD'�� N.K, oorntir
Kdwaku Uykb.
Dun Clark, Agent.
Datoil !lf.fliili��r 19th, 1010.
l>ittiiot of Uitporl.
Canker, of ViincuUY��i, I'.C, lotojfraph
ojH'r��l>ir,iiituliil��l to ��Pi'ly f"r pu'Wi'"
ii)"ii to puruli^HO lln-f^liuwlDi; dewuribuJ
liiMilni-Oi.ianMiucIiiK ��t �� ;.i*t plaiiUnt ut
tlie i.orih' we��t conmr if S*o>l.iu IH, l'o**-��
thipU, theiu-e iieuth 80 oba'iiH, tUin��
������lut SO cli<iu.,��� thono'i nor-h HO nhikitu,
thm-eo wi.��*t 80 ui.niiiM tn p'aiie nf tton-
iiioi-'OM'tu, ciiuta-U--H (140 tt'.roH, luorn
.���I* Uim,
."orlbi'd on p*.t, 'I V i"t. X.W  n- rner.
Thomah l''ui;iii��itieu I'askkh,
D*n Clii'k, Agout.
D.t-il ll*.0'id'Mr IWli, 1010
District of Rupert
TAKK notieethni Edna Finher
Spencer of Alanif'da, Cal., marrk-d
woman, iniends to apply for per*
minion to pnri hane the following
deneribed lands:���
Corimieneinyj at a pont planted.
at the houth wt^t. comer of Sertion
2 Townvhip 'J), :henre. east 80
chainR, thence north 80 chains,
tbet'ci* west 80 chainB, l hence south
80 chains to phuc if coinmence-
ment, cuntaininj. (5JO acres more or
Scr-. ��d on post E F.F.'h S W.ctir.
I'-una -Kisiiku Spkkcrr
 ll*,lLClj_rkL.A gen!_.___.
Dat��d n��-f*mher iBth'.'iOTO.
��� i      ���...-..      ���       ... ��� - ,i  r ,.. , tammm^���ammtt
District of Rupert.
TAKE notice that lLiidee Anlihy
of Vancouver, R,C , married woman
intendri lo apply lot ]i<-rmis8ion to
purchat-tt the followiinj dccrlbed
larnU : ���
Coninio.icin.; nl a p^st ^danlcd
at tho ��mull cais. corner of Section
."��, Townnhip 21, iliciiee no^th SO
chaini, thence west 80 cliain*,
thenows (-oiuh 80 ehuinw, theme
end 80 chaiiiK to pi a c�� (if com-
im��iicemoiU, containing 640 acres
mor��* or letin   .
Scrilted on puist, II.A.'m S.E, cor.
JTaidj'k Ashiiy
Dun Clark, Agont.
D.ited Dorernhpi* Ibth, 1910.
power or minim? ptirpoocn deuorlbo
tho plitco where tho water in to bo
returned to aomo nntural channel,
nnd the dlfforonco in altitude lietween
point of dlvcrHion nnd point of re-
tiir'i At a convenient plaoo below thn
Htonghton iMle in tho vicinity outlet
Brown River, Heotioni 10 and 14 Tp., 0,
Comox Dlntriot. Tbe point of ret'iru I*
obmit W0 font lower altitude ihau tbe point
^f .1.' nrulnn',
(j.) Area nf Crown land intended to
be Occupied by the   propnoed work��:
(k.) Tliln notice wna poatod ou the
nlxtenntli day of .Tammry, 11)11, aud nppli-
culiiiu will hu mado to the onni'nto'inner
on tho iWrd day uf I'ebrunrj, 1011
(1.) Olve the names and addresses
of any riparian proprietor or lie-
etinee .who or whose lands nro likely
to be affected by the proponed works,
eltbors above or below, tho outlet'.
VV'.-I ht|.t )U i iilliery <?iitii[.��ny, Ltd..
Attach    copy oif such parts of tho
Company'!* memorandum of awocla-
tion tw authorize 'he proposed application and works
WtM.ITfOTON Coi.uk nt
W. L. Conr.now, Oennnil Man��i?pr.
(P.O. addrm) Vlotorii, U.C.
Yimm loiifiimiiiiud,
UNION S. S. CO.. of U.C. Ltd
Nanaimo.Umon Pav- Comox - Cami'Iibm.
ItlVKIl .Rdl'TK,
Sailing im ui.de'--
T .fiVi'tivi < --���������
i n .���.tn,n �� .-, i ,��.>�� i       LU >��� JI   . i.i .>
L'ln'.n ViimonvrrTliW-fiduj,1 I' p.m.
Arrive Union (lor CU'iibfrluiidJ  Kriday
A r -ih C'lanx Frlilay niuittiria
Arrive iJainnbidl lllver Friday u ion
Hitur'Hii|{  .
I,v    Cudiok  FriiUy ���! o in
'��� UutoiilUy       ���'   5   *���
��� Ntnaltrio iiiiilnltflit
Leaven Vaneouver, Sntilrdav R pin
Arrives Nanaimo. RalurHuy Itfpui
Arrivea Union, Sunday d a ut.
[fur (''umliorlaiinl
Arrirco tVniox,   -"���'iinHnj' S �� tu
IvMivm Comns. Sunday 4pm
Leaven Uuio.�� tiuinlny & pui
Loavei Ntunlmo, Mninbty midiK'it
t.{abject IO ch��iH�� witb-mt i >* it*]
1~ STORE ~
% ,T, JACK, ,1'kop.
*t? �������������.in  ���-���
J|     A Firm Assovttucnt of
%      Ihe Choicest ('aiulies,
��      iMttits and Tobacco
<f     Vtujcouver Ice Cream.     ��fc
I        ,- t
#1   !>i.��.ri|��.ltlr  Avr��.     flHIlbrifl-ind  **���
���li ,   ,   . *
Dim rut' f Itu.-rt.
TAKK MoTU'K t'i ��i u.er^o drum L��-
?? i roeijno Mill-r, of Vniii*Miiv.'*r. Il.t!., in^li-
�� I nni'.*M eiuiu'er, iiiiomIb in apply fur p<*riii'��-
JT hIoii 'o pU'euiifi' tho Mlowvjj .(���������enbud
(\, I lrmr).:--Uiiii.ni"i.cbn ��t ii p**��t pUMfd on��
t   "'
Cook's Cotton Root Compound.
��. Ilio oren.1 Utrriiio Tenli, suet
"ivrwily m'o *iir��vft*jat Wotithly
f?��r)t*<rilMi;rnri wlileh woman win
.**' depcml.  iloiil In Uvr^a U^^rtys-i
mil*1 eim'oi tint *orlh m-m eorm-ro' <*.ot-      .     ^,      v- _.���,���,.,.,   .,,_. Tu,
ion U, T����w..,hl��� t., the...'. *������>. 8t) ulmhj.,  ^,A��^M1
chul-'H, thouee pimtb 4u i-h*.li.n ��.��� pluoi* ������^^^i-i*i'i��|'��i��i��i*��i't,,tn,'l,***t,^,*rt��
OintHut of Rii|xirt.
TAKK NOriiiU tuiil LillinnShot.pnrd,,
of *��� ftncoiiV'T, II. C. married won.aii, ii -
Undi to m.ply for pormwinn to purchiikO
iho (ollowi.ijrd.8oi-ib'id Icn-ini���O ntmcu
emu -n i* pout pinnt��rl nt tbo hmuIi eait
ei.rii'r "f H*(*>ion lit, 'IWiinhip '1\, tlnxioa
north 80 I'hnin*, t.lienn.i w��:it f��0 olnii-iH,
tbur.na iiuirli HU oliain., '.liimtn <<u<t hi)
ohi��iii8 t t.|'l��ue ol voineinieiioetiii-ht, efm-
tin".-hi.: illi) aurc-i, irnr.. ur lins,
Ho'.b-don p. ot l��S'ii S.H. eoriifr*
Lii.i.i.^s * uuiTAtin.
Dm. ("Uik, AHOat.
f.VnUd Ppeoinber Ift-b, Iftjfi.
District of Hupurt.
TAKK NOTICK thai Will am Wadrocn
Sliep|j��ril,  <f    Vmioo .ver,    H. C,   calr-
iiii-t inilvr, inle ul- 11 iit'i-ly  fur  permit
win'1 t.i  iniHVHHii dm folbiMiijf dotonbAd
UiiiUt- C'liuiioiiciilf,' a' Il p Hi pliuiUHl "tin
inib* n^iit nf ib�� Miuthonai enrnei' ��f Suf
iimi 'U, Ti**ndti|i '21,,, theiny* iiorih  Wl
ch'iriH, tii%ne���� Mr*��i  NO  ohn'riu,   vIiolijii
miiOliHO iiluiiim, tbunC" I'H.t HO .Imiim t-��
pUott o'  i)ot:iinni.e��iiiiei.t| enntaitb-j. &��0
aorer, more ur :o-fl.
fi.-itbivl on V"*'. W \V S*. ?. E. crner,
Wiijiuu WiriMAVflmmuri.
lun ClnrL, ^(.mit.
Dat��d I'aonmlior l!Hh,   1010.
^���������������������������������������������������0*-> *>
Ooalcr xtt
;; Fruit, fndy igars
| Cigarettes tS Tobacco.
l^onor.i J Mock,
OU^rFWRr^ANF), fl.O.
������*��������� ���* ��� ���<>���������������������������������
of c'0'iilii��'i ci�� in ill. conianii K il'JO achh,
uio e ur b'8*.
Soiibt'd ou po��.*' *><.;|."M*i* HW cnrii'T,
tiiiomiH Ciiiti'h bAinu-yui*. Mii.i-i'.u,
J).iu Uiark, Avoitt.
Datfil He-euibr r'.'"th, I OH'	
*i">i��*trict of Hti|'orl.
TAKE poiifothut Hurry Patten
Areliihal.l of Vuneoitvr-r. U (!. en*
gii ��n>r, intttiidt- to api-lv for ("tiuin
fiion io pure.hitpo ihe following lie
scriliwl IuiuIb:���(%ininiMiein(/ .tt   <*
pf>-'r phiiitoil 4 chaini" north of IC M
Lci'flon'H pniithweid enrner,   thenee
north 40 ehtin**, thenee  \vn��t  40
cli:��'hi-,   lio-.ute   tiinuh   40 cbaiuK
tbeuco ea��t 40 ehaitiH  to   plate   of
couiuiwii'otneni,    cmitninMiti    160
nere*, tnor or lea*.
Scribed on ji ^i II.P. A 'h HE eor
IIakky I'.vrriJN Aitumuui.
Dull ('hull, isjient,
Dtt'ed Dm  Hth, 11)10.
t   I I Ml
���  %-*>t
^   O
' e vj   wi j>
c__    c
Ditiicl of Uui-on,
TAKK NOTICK tb*t William Ker-d-
rlflk Tu-Iter, of \'nniiniivi-*'H,(J. iiiann'acnr
er�� ejM'nt, intondu t-> npply 'oi iiormi'slen
\n ��i >> r.ll��. ... >t|-' f   tl   ii-t   if   liHi*-Ov-^  Innd-'
Coiumtmeinir nt t p'nt plnntoi nbout t
n.lti'����' i..i tn*- iioiiiiwiHi i!orn��r of nw
ti'ii |.S, TfW'.N'-ijiO itiiicna.'-tHOiiluiiiiH
tl-fi .-.��� miuir SO ib-.li-, Iheno* we*t Kft
fdiiiinn. rln-i (V i��. i"b R0 t-li-i-H to plant* of
('i.iiiiiii'iii"ini nt,   eoi tniniiig  (M0   ��cr��H
lunrii or b-.vi.
,N;i'i'>i).; ��� n po-t WKT < N,W,  enrner,
Wii.i.iam Kknuuii'K Tahickw,
l����n CUr*, Are.i*.
Dtit -I l>.oiii��lK'r tlHi, IMC.
"   aij
UlM'ioir.f UniKirt,
TAKK KOTU.'K  that I��abell�� Monk-
how*,    ��f    WiiMMivnr,   lb </,,     #��le��
oi t]\, iiii��iii<l< t<�� %i��ply for pt-��nii#��inn to
pureiiiu-n ihe follow������.���..' ii��ri(iiibvd la>d��:���
(''.mmftiniv at * \w\% pl.uMviaf.'bnnrr'b
Mestcr.*o��r if KnctK'u M. lowi.ehip to,
tin*.-ec lirtntl' W eliiins. thfttwt Hist W
ohiin*. IIhuo'*   north RO tihtiss, th*naa
w*iit Hi} ib-i' h, in \,\mi of   commtneo-
u.iu.i. cui Uib.i..g;r#'.iUi',n�� inoto" h<��4,
Scrib.it on jxwt IM'# N Vt\ cornar.
U.uiv.ixa MioiKitousr,
Dun��lark, Agmk.
DilnlDfi^mbvr l��tb. 1*>I(I.
W444W4I44444^*H-H4-W-* I'll  'I  THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  NEARLY DIED OF  STONE IN THE BLADDER  GIN   PILLS   SAVED   HIM  513 James St.,  Hamilton, Ont.  "Five years ago 1 was taken down  with what the doctors culled inflammation of their bladder���������intense pains  in the back and loins, and difficulty  in urinating, and the attacks, which,  became, more frequent, amounted, to  unbearable agony. 1-became so weak  that 1 could not walk across the  floor.  My wife read in the papers about  GIN PILLS and sent for a box. From  the very first, 1 felt that GIN PILLS  wgro doing me .rood. The pain was  relieved at once and the attacks were  less frequent.  In six weeks, tlie Stone in tlie  Bladder came away. When 1 recall  how 1 suffered and how now I am  healthy and able to work, I cannot  express mvself strongly enough when  1 speak oi what GIN PILLS have  done for me."      John Herman.      48  GIN PILLS are -sold at 50c a box���������  6 for ������2.50. Sent on receipt of price  if your dealer does not handle them.  Sample box free if you write us,  mentioning this paper. Money back  if GIN PILLS do not give full satisfaction. National Drug and Chemical Co., Dept. N. U., Toronto.  The original  Gin Pills made by  National Drug;and  Chemical Co. of  Canada Limited,  Toronto, are sold  only in this box.  In  Earnest Now  Penelope���������Does Billy seem to have  serious intentions?  Mehitabel���������Indeed he does! He's  trying to back out of the engagement.  He says now he was only in fun.    .l"  "Good morning-, Bridget. I hope  your master and mistress have not  forgotten that they're coming to dine  with me tonight."  "Indeed and they've not���������they've  ordered a good, hearty' meal at home  nt six o'clock." ������������������,.-���������  After,a more severe reproof than  usual, little Bessie, who is very sensitive, thought diligently for a, minute,  and then said���������"Mamma, isn't there  any way a child can get a divorce  from its parents?"  ������' The Lodger���������"Good morning.     Did  you ever see anything so unsettled as  -t-he^weather���������has-Jbe.'6n���������Jately.,__Mia.^  Brown?" ���������'���������*���������-.���������'  The Landlady���������"Well, there's your  bill, Mr. Jones."  There' is no poisonous ingredient in  Holloway's Corn Cure, and it can be safely used without danger or injury.  Bolden���������Do you go in for society,  Olden?  Olden���������Well, Johnny has a gang,  my wife has a set, and I have a  crowd.;  Fussy lady paticnt���������I was suffering  so much, doctor, that 1 wanted to  die.     .   ���������    "     ��������� -   ������  Doctor���������Yon did right to call tne in,  dear lady.���������London Opinion  AN ARTIST OF PROMISE.  Hamilton  Girl's Work    Is Attracting  Considerable  Attention.  It is such a common thing to think  ot young lady artists as paint wasters, that people are inclined to overlook the (act that a large number of  of them are coining to the front in  Ontario. They are pushing their way  into most of the important exhibits  and several of tbem attract considerable attention; .One young lady who  will probably be. beard from in the.  future is Miss Marion E. Mattiee_���������of  Hamilton. She has ^worked chiefly  as u teacher, but is simply biding  her time and will surely come into  her own. A year ago Miss .Mnttice  attracted attention with her nicture  "Motherhood." exhibited "by'the Ontario Society of Artists. . Sh" has a  gift for eolo.riiit*. especially such  sharp contrast effects as arj caused  by the reflection of fire lisxht. Her  pictures ure chiefly remarkable, however, for the tenderness of their at  mosphcre, and one was interested in  the picture because it expressed so  eloquently the love of the mother  placing her child in the cradle.  There is tlie same .homeliness of atmosphere about "The Evening Prayer," which is the principle work of  Miss Mnttice .during the past year.  It shows a little girl at hW mother's  knee, and the attitude of the child  at its i simple devotions', is perfect.  Miss Mattice has made use of the  same fire-light effect as was found' in  her former picture. This young artist  intends to go to.,,Europe shortly to  study, and after she returns, people  may look for original work from her.  She has tried many lines of art,  having done one farm-yard scene in  which the detail and the freshness of  the coloring shows how excellent is  her technical equipment. A visitor  who was admiring her work paid  particular attention to one decorative  panel of a young girl in, a quaint  summer costume. It was extremely  effective, but Miss .-Mattic0 said .lavishing, "You see we are all thoroughly  commercial'. 'That'was painted for a  firm which wanted a design for advertising shoes." TI, in the . visitor  noticed .that, ihe feet .were particularly dainty and carefully painted.  Her Dad���������No. sir; T won't have  my ���������daughter tied for life to a stupid  fool.  Her Suitor���������Then don't you think'  you'd belter let inc. lake ber off your  hands?  DISFIGURED  JOR LIFE!  Mothers Should   Realize What  Neglect of Skin-Troubles  .<      May Mean to Children.  (    _ ������   *m*mmmm*mm*m  \ lifetime "of dlfifl..nretiv*nt and mifTerlnrf  loften rtisults from tlie neglect, In Infancy, or  childhood, of minor affect Inns of the sldn mhL  bciiIji. A mother overlooks! n little rush or1  attempts some simple treiiliiirmt and In m  day, porlmps, tlio little onu Is revered witli  ��������� wevere rrmna or n MinlUr ilb.ire.viln.; ertll)*...  tlon. Then the btnii'ule hir a cure bui'lnn. I  A multitude of iiTiif'illi'H nm tried, doctor  ���������after.donor roilMlltinl ami InwpiUl* visited,  but too often t!������������������������ MilTriinn oxd-ndx, without  ���������iiihKtnnti.il n-llef, troai ilnyx to wi-i-Iin, weeks In  inonihii ami month.Ho yi-urs, Added to llils* in  the nver-prrfti'iii le-ir t tint llv llehliut, Intrnlni.  end illi-llrriiriillon will heroine I'hionle, mur-  rltiR lilt nro wi.llurc nnd tnuMoi* I lie mlseinhle.  In thr prevention of the Winple ������l;in irmililw  from wlileli nil liiU iniflerlnij mi ollen iuIki.'H  nnd In muMMi!*!,1* n, fotulliion of nIiIii houltli  thnt inuke.-i erupt Inns linpO'.cll>le, iniilhem urn  nsnureil tht;l iiullilm* !*��������� purer, i>we������ier or moro  rfteellve than Cutlciir.v ho;ip und Cuticura  Olnlment. An<| KMiier Mill, If piwullile, In  thesucu-mol thcierlliiiilehousehold reuu-rlii.-i  lu the treutinent of the severer nkln nflrrtlonn  themnelvei,. Willi the lirsl wnrm h.illi witli  t'liliciirn, Honp nnd ncntlo upplirution of  Cutli'iirn Ointment, thn Itching nnd burning  of column reiiHe, the child lull* Into a refresh*  ins Met,i, tne iiioiinr umU und for the flint  time, piMhl--, In ninny weelm peneo fnll*. on  u dlslrui'ii'd nou-n'liiiM. l-'ieipn-nily i\ ulnpln  cuke of tJulli.'iirii Ho.ip nnd box of Cuticura  Olntnu'iii nre .su!llrh������nl.  Positive as U thli lit ate meat, It la JiiatilUrt  h������ mure I linn thirty vritm of pronotllieed  l������iir������*i. lo ijuuis ma <i tuiuiu iiimuiilo,  ltuhert Mntm, r������f l'ru-trir, Mlntiesotn. hiivk:  "Our liov wn*i horn In Toronto on Oct,  13, IlKM, 4ml wmm time month." did u iillchi  rwth uppenred on hit eheek. What ���������jmenreu  to he fi wnirr l)lht*-r would form W'-en it  liroke. inniti-r would run out, Martin^ new  blhterK until hlx entire fac������, hend und nIioiiU  der������ wnri! u mit'N of nenhi and vrm roithl not  ������. .,���������,.. :' ' -.' .' -- ���������' !���������: *'"������������������ i-i'.-i oi.inir  evi-rr idvi-ribi'd rMiv*dv without avail, Indeed Nome of them only added to hi* Mif>rliiff  and one In pimiiul.ar, the Itemed/,  almost put tne Iuftmt Into ronviililoim. Tin*  family rloi tor tire������-rlhed for lilm nnd told uj  to huthii the h.������liv In huttermllk, 'I liU did  not do nny itood, mi we unik htm to n hm<pltnl,  lie wiih trented n-i nn onl-pntlent Iwjre n weekj  and he imt worm-, If nnythlnc. IVe deelileii  thnt It efiuld nut li" r-ured nnd must rim 111  eotir������.c nnd -n we )iw kept liH iinnn Inindiiircil  to hit Mde io pri-vi-iti inn tfnrlnit hi* fh-Hh.  We left lurniiio noil ���������liorMv nfii-i nnr nrrlvnl  tn hiiliim, tlie i iiui-nm . iirmpd'e* wcra  feeiiuiiiiiiiili-l. ilu ������i������ried in-luii ihi-m In  Mny, l!'00. nnd toon the rure wn* rmn(ilete.  You would nut llitnk he w.in (lie ksime flill'l  for CutH urn m;uU- Id-, kkin perft-rtlv rlenr mnl  lie In entirely fr<-������* from Hie ������kln dlir-nnc Tliern  llM been no return. We illll u������e only I'wi-  cu/������ f*<iu[i (nr b������tiv't bnih "  Oitlriira 8oap, Cui|e..r������ Ointment 0*uieiir������  'Jftftnnlvi'tr. and hi*'-i|rii P1ll< nri������ ������nld hi- d-nr-  fLtU everywherr Rend to Poller Itrntr *  i'hem, Corp.. nnMon, Mwn., for n fre* eopy o|  i'lflr uu������t av-n-a-f- Cutteuft Uook oa treat*  %ui.| y! tldu ClUiMVO'  A  Doctor's  Discovery.    .  Dr. A. H. Cau'.field, resident patho.  loeht at the ��������� Muskoka ��������� Consumptive  Hospital, Gravenhurst, has ;. aroused  a great deal of interest in medical  circles by the account of oritjinal research work in the prevention and  cure of "tuberculosis'. A detailed account of his-work has a:pneared imdar  the title ��������� of -'Investisrations on Pulmonary Tuberculosis." Leading medical men. both in America and  -En ro perr-appe a.P7;t'o-be:.-of������-.th e-o pi n iou.  that this specialist may be on the  eve of a great discovery:    " '���������".?���������  ;;  In the'meantime-his investigations  have thrown the light of, advanced  thought on'this'gr"ent subje'e't. '���������������������������"-;���������  Recen't'.v Dn- Caulfield ,was.- awarded  the -Ex-House Surgeons' Association  prize for the best paper 'published  during the year. Dr. . .Cfn.lfj.eld is  only thirty-one years, old. He is an  old Tarvis Street Collegiate'and Upper Canada boy. - He spent-t.wo.'years  in the. hospitals of I^ondon. Berlin,  and Vienna; was,bacteriologist at the  Toronto General Hospital for some  time. and. is a. .member- nf the Nn-  tional .Bonrd of Honlth of the United  States.. Ho frequently lectures in  Wnshington and other medical cen-  tre?..  When a st\ideht- in. to'rotilo. :*^\]f"  Cn'ulflpkl, s������.ieht a eounle of��������� stimnierf-  on the ''.stuff "of- Tbe' Toronto' -Stiir,,ns  Miiiskoka ,"correspondent,-.'"and"- proved  to be one of the best'coi'r'e.s'poiulenti'  The ' Star ever hini. tf he discovers  ii cure for. tuberculosis, Trie ,Sfi)r will  not 'begrudge ..its loss when' he forsook journalisi'n'for medicine.  An Old-Fashioned Actor.  The recent deut.i of Deumiui Thomp-  son lias caused a number- of old citizens to recall tlie days when he lived  in Toronto,''half n century ago, Tlw  house 'which he occupied on Wilcon  iiviiiiuo, wliicli was then looked, upon  us biing "up tow.n," is still to be s.s������n,  und some people can recall the lioine-  ly character oi the actor who wa.i later  on to,.in.aki; .'"The Old Homestead"  kiK|\vii* '/h,i'oughout the length ��������� and  bn.'a.Uh"o[:-tlie, continent. Tlioinpson  jKiasvss'cd ii great many of tin; nicy  (|iialities. whii-ii iormed. the appeal 'of  josliuu iVhiU'iiinb, ami he wan au Holiest, simple soul w;th iiuiie ul tlie at*  tcotutions wlite'n are supposi-rl to oaar  aeteri/.(! the- modem star. Thoiiip.-von  iniglit not- haw succeeded il he had  liviM in this geni'ratiuii, when the  public and tlie profession liud tinii  tue intellectual ilraina is j������r������-wi ii���������  steadily stronger, He was,not a man  oi deep education or culture, and had  a ijtiiet contempt for such-things, lie  lull tpiite naiihlled with hi.- irien.l-  iiml Hie. fuine Which the one ehurau-  ter brought to him, and indeed nfiet'  L.i.' .Hiieci'ns of "The Old Homestead''  he wanted lio other part. One man  who knew him in his later years ri-  luted that his old age was peaceful  olid unv.'xed, and filled with kindly  actions done in nil unassuming way,  Making Troubln.  That many i-viple like to .ne other-"  Rot into trouble is the opinion of an  I'ltipioyi" in tin' Itfiiiiii ili-jMi i.iin-ui mi  .���������in (V.t'inn city. \>i '."bieb many cotu-  jihiin,ts  are  mude  by  citizens.  lie tells, for instance, of a man who  telephoned to the department to tell  that   a   neighbor   w i.-  doing   a   little  building or other work that the eom-  |niiiliili.;   loir   ������,ri   ������������������    '.     ->     <u.   .....,iv-  tion ol a city bylaw.  "I don't want to make trouble,"  miid the kicker, in u sincere tone.  Then In* added with givat eageriiesi*,  "but if yon eouii- up right now you'll  patch him at  It.'! *  A   Now   Dinenii.  The mir.-",-  in e-'tuf-"ti--ti vi'h the  medical    inspection     work    rccuily  ( Rlnrti'd   in   Toronto'*   public    schoolit  Hre ii ting with   -oiu ���������   funny   incident.-,  3. A little girl wti-. told by one of tho  nur-'ei" that Horn.- li.nii'nt th<> child  Ut.4 tii-ed-'d tr"ntrii"*it Tip* yonri,;  I'er mnde light ol ilu* troubbt  "That', nothinif" -.be ������nio, "Why  uiy chum hiM I'.uaduc in tlio Ug."  BINDERS-  The Ro ler-Bearing, Light Draft FROST & WOOD is Perfection.  See Our Nearest Dealer To-day.  a Hi  Willie  Got   His  Then j  Teacher���������Why were you not at;  school yesterday? ,      ; '  " Willie���������It was my birthday:  Teacher���������But 1,., don't stay -home j  from school on my birthday'.*   "  Willie���������Well, '��������� I guess you .re got;  used to 'em.      ' '' " -     ���������* ���������' v '   !  COURTSHIP IN AFRICA.  Force of Habit  Pottle���������Why. did you 'break 'off your  engagement with that school teacher?  Poof���������If I failed to show up ai her;  house every evening she expected me  to bring a written excu?c signed by  my mother.  A Neighborly Scheme  "Tommy, you ought'to play funny  tricks like the Katzenjammer kids."  "I can't think of nothing funny,  Mr. Nextdore."  "You might break up your father's  graphophone with an ax.'',  A Kind-Hearted Wife  "Flies carry filth on their feet, thus  spreading disease."  "My-wife read that.- Now she picks  the poor little flies carefully off the  flypaper, aiid.: washes their feet with  violet, water."  BABY'S LIFE THREATENED  BY SUMMER  COMPLAINT  ! The life "of every baby is threatened during the hot summer months by  that dreaded* trouble summer complaint. Thousands of children die  every summer from this trouble-  thousands of happy homes are,'.made  da,rk-and sorrowful because a precious  little life has been snuffed out. But  mothers, though you fear'd-his trouble,  you can fight it���������yes, fight it and defeat'it'with: Baby's'Own Tablets. Concerning them' Mrs.-.Jos.' Steffs.- Coutts,  Alta., says: "During the hot summer  days my little boy took ill with'summer complaint.. He was seized with  vomiting and nothing, helped him till  I. got Baby's Own Tablets. They relieved hini'.and .made him a strong  healthy child." The Tablets are for  sale bv medicine dealers or by mail at  25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.   .:  Is That So  "Uncle Henry, why don't you pull  up'and move away from this dead little town." ' ^  .__���������. "Mv boy, don't you know that "tlie  older a tree grows th creeper" its roots'  strike into the soil?"���������Chicago, Tri:  bune.                '       . ,   ."   ������''-';' '" ������������������'..  Mlnard's Liniment cures garget���������'".cow.s  "They say the young bride across  the way is'very fond of her husband."'. "So she is. I believe she  thinks more of him than of anything  else;on..������.iirth, except her pet French  bull terrier."���������Baltimore American,. ���������  "But it 'seems to take all your n'nti-  ents a'long time to get well, doctor."  "Yes, but a si soon as I begin, to.get  a larger practice. I can afford. to let  my patients get well quicker."���������Hous-.  ton .Post."��������� ��������� ;  Plll������ for Nervous Troubles.���������Tho Btom-.  nnli is. the con fro of Mie nervous syst.om,  and'when'the stoniach suflpnnds healthy.  notion -tho rnsult is manifoHt in disturb.  n-nnnB of thn nervos. Tf.allowed to n<sr(iiB,t,  norvoiifl debilitv. n- danunrons nllniopt.  may onsiie,' The first connldorntion Ih 'to.  restore tho Rtnmnull to. proper notion, mid  there is no readier remorlv for this tlinn  Panneleo-'a VoRctahlo Pillfl. ThouBnnds  enn attoflt. the Virtue of these pills in  curing tiorvoiifl disorders.  "T tindorstahd you began life ns n  newsbov," observed a friend to a  eiiptain' of industry. "No," replied  the millionaire. "Someone has linen  fooling with you. I. begun life aa nn  infant."  Nowhiind���������"Which is tho best way  to teilch a girl to cycle?"  OMhiiml���������"Why, place her.on the  saddle, then put your arm around her  waist���������so���������then���������"  Newh'inid-"Don'fbo silly; it's my  sister I niciin,"  THE AIR Is  GERMJ.ADEN  In the Springtime���������Disease is Ready  to Make You a Victim When  tho Blood is Thin  Rich, Red  Blood is the Qrentejt of  Germicldos���������You Can Get the  Blood Right by Using  Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food  When the blood iH rich nnd red,  when it is largely composed of red  corpusles, there in little ehiuicn for  disease germs, They cannot thrive  in thn  system which, is  lllled with  i������nor|  lilrmd  .. Hut in tho Hpring tho blood is  giiieraliy thin, uetilv and. nutuy, It  lacks tho vitalizing red corpuscles  nnd you become un on.iy prey to the  germs of disease which fieem to lurk  everywhere,nt this limn of year,  You can fortify yourself agiiiiiHt  the germs ol disease by uhuik ),>r.  CIiiiro'h Nervn Food, This great res-  lorntive treatment forms new, red  corpuscles in the blood, makes the  blood rich, red and healthy,,  Weakness, tired feelings', ������t,omneii  derangements, and dliwrdera <M the  lii-rvous Ayjteiu .uxm disappear when  Dr. Clinne's Nerve Food is used.  This medicine enrei by the liuild-  ing-up process, and for Ibis reason  its botieilta are lusting, Nearly everybody needs something in the ������|iring  to enrich the blood nnd tone up the  system, and Is would be impossible  t.i get ������ more sutUfiiriory ������pring tonic  Minn !)r, Cbnie's Nerve T'ood, ftOn.  a box, 8 for $2.50, at all denlors or  Kilnmnnon, TJates k Co., Limited,  Toronto.  Soudan Swains at Their Lady's Call  . ' ���������  for- a Year.;   '''  Some customs prevailing in certain  parts of the ,8oudan have been described by Artin Pashas, who.recently  made a journey up the Blue nnd the  White Nile. The gentleman is Minister of Education in Egypt, and in  his letters, to 'his* w;ife gave' an account of his. experiences, which is  now published in a book called  "England in the Soudan."  He came across certain tribes where  the women, he says, "seem to have  passed the limits- of even American  women," nnd he naively adds that  but for the distance from Cairo and  the wildness of the country he  "would willingly pass several months  in the midst of these good folk in  order to learn the-meaning'of-virtue  in both the ancient and modern sense  of the wordi ��������� "...     ',..-   ,-"."    >  "One girl may have as many m  from seven to fifteen wooers, who  court and flirt with her for a whole  year .in-the- sight of her parents.  They not only visit her in the daytime, but. "remain at night near her  dwelling to'mount''guard outside her  room, going so far even as1 to keep"  watch within her room in order to  be at her service in case .she Should  awake.        . ��������� ���������   .   - -, -,  "If she asks for. water, a? many  calabashes of wator are ;offered, to  her; as there are lovers in attendance.  Should she desire to pay calls on  her friends,-the whole of her lowers,  offer to carry her palanquin, and.'-  again it is the a-pirants to her haqd-  who undertake to anoint, her., with  butter every moniirig. The period,of  courtship lasts for n��������� year. ;at'.'the. end.  of which period the beauty must  make her choice. When she does so  the un-uccessfvl wooers go. off''to-rev  peat their performance with another  girl." ..'.'."  These maidens aro black, and, nominally   at   least, Mohammedans,   but  in  the matter of rights and liberties  they  have little  to  learn.    The Shil-  .luks oi the White Nile, on the other  |hand, are as far a3 possible from be-  ;ing Mohammedan's, yet their women  have similar  nrivileges, ,  "With the Shilluks it is the women  who rule the household,   the   young  women   themselves  that choose  their  husbands,  and   that,   once   married,  -asj-ume���������the���������po-st-r of���������command.__J,he_  strongest  and   niost.hot-headed   man  dare hot beat his wife,'for he would  lie' looked   down   upon  immediately;  ind would'be.unable to find a second  wife to succeed his first.'No missionary effort '.'affects' the. Shjlluk woman;;  it is pprqctically   imnossible   to   convert' 'her-either'to Christianity or to  Islamism.;::fcT she, is  the   cuardian'  and   depository   of   the Shilluk   tra-  ditiens,. .religion,, and historical  cus-.  toms."  Is tbe Love of Truth Dead?  An English' writer in a London pub-  licatioh' makes' 'the statement that not  only in the .love.of truth among Eng--  lishmen dying out,' but that it is at.  its 'last gasp.���������:."-People," aays this;  writer., ."have, i,rovyn. so 'accustomed to'  telling white lies' in minor'nl'fu'irs that  almost' iincoiisxuously.' they have extended' the plan.,to every doptirtment;  of life. Clergymen',' 'politicians and;  publicists, nil uioye in ,an aliuosphertj.  so impregnated ���������with, lies that t-heyj  aro not able to recognize the 'truth1  vwhcn they, meet it. 1 havo only met,  one man who fievcr lies. He is a  Polish pianist and he hasn't a friend  in the world."       ���������'' '        .'    '     '.'  This cheerful- writer declares thm*  are 45,01)0,0011 desce.ndaiits ut' Anaaiu-i  in  Great   Britain.  ''Them are," he says, ���������"liiaiiy w.ho  no doubt will say thai I am a liar.- I  am, but in saying this I ('mi geitiiig  it > tue somewhat forgotttui art' of  telling tho truth." ,.   ���������'  Janos Made aRucnrd.        '  Suicide is more prevalent in Germany than anywhere else; the most  .depressing (eature of the vital statistics of that country being the number  uf children who destroy themselves.  Hut Hungary holds the record tor old  age iu ntti'iiiplod suicides, III ISri*  Janos Meryi-.-si, who was eighty-lour  years old, jumped off the >uj>peusiim  oridge at Budapest into tin.' Danube,  ilc was rescued and explained that he  wished to end his life, as lie was be-  coining too decrepit' tu support his  lather and motiier, This extraordinary  statement proved to be .triio, Mery^  ���������isid's piirents being aged 115 and 110  respectively, and a public subscription was organised to set the in all  three above want.  Peers nn Handy Men.  Lord Mostyn, who lately took a  prominent part in the extinction of a  lire at the Welsh residence of tho  Eurl of 'Denbigh, is-not tho only peer  who has proved himself a veritable  "handy man" lu case of omergeticy.  Earl l''it7.williiun*s jirncticnl knowledgOi  ���������! v'is'.i'.e drlvinj; t'teM htm I" r������nod  (���������teail in the course of the South African War, whoro he was the mean*  of bringing up a whole train load of  much-needed supplies for the troops.  Lord HrasHcy, tho Earl of Qlnsgow,  and about half-a-dozen other poors can  n.ivlipi,. i. <ibin, mifl both the Enrl of  Dundonald anil tho Earl' of Womysa  have useful iuvcntlaiis standing to  their credit.  Tasmania's Premier,  Among the Premiers already In  London fop the coronation U Sir El-  liott Lewis, Premier ol Tasmania, who  is one nf the few representatives of  Oxford culture, among the ������tsto������mcn  of the AntijKxles. A natlvo of Hobnrt.  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We want publishers to act as our agents In all Manitoba, Saskatchewan,  Alberta and British Columbia towns Write us for conditions and prices  HANGED AND LIVED..  Raglan's Predecessor as Governor Was,  Strung Up In China.  Capable, industrious, humorous, and  unpretending Lord Raglan, one of thu  witnesses boforo the committee sitting to inquire into the history and  constitution of the Isle oi Man, is a  near.relative,, of .course, of tho famous  field marshal who wns the com'nmn-  ilcr'-in-ehiof in* tho Crimen, nndwhose  baton and other military decorations  wore- presented by the present baron  1.0 tlie. Museum of "the Royal United  Sarviee Institution in Whitehall.  Lord Ruglnn has held the position of  Governor of the Isle of Man since tho  year 1002, nnd before, that ho was  Hido-de-oamp to the late 8ir James  I'orgusson, the Governor of Uotiibuy,  wlio was lulled by falling iiwisuiiry at  Kingston during the earthquake in  ���������Jamaica.  Lord Loch, a predecessor of Lord  KiikIhii us Governor of tho Isle of  Man, used to boast, .that lie was the  only man extant who hid ever been  hanged and lived to toll the tiile, H'.*  wns captured by the Chlnoso, during  the war with China in J8(JI), with .Cmi-  huI 1'urken, Mr, do Norman, Mr.  Ihiwlby, the London Times''eorrespem.  dent, and others, and subjected to the  most revoking tortures, He was hung*.  eil and out down, and ho and Mr.  Parlies were tin- sole survivors,  Lonl Raglan Is a good raconteur,  and liis Htoek of anecdotes' includes  the following: A 'neighbor of n lute  Karl lleiiuehanm (pronouneed Bee.  eltain) once took a house party to'  lunch at his lordship's residence. Onn  ol tlie guests, au American lady, 'immensely impressed with tho beauties  oftliu house and grounds, remarked;'  "Say, Karl, I guess you must IniVo  made n pile of money over those pilU  of yours,"  Another yam concerns a canino  woiHier. ���������    ..  'Tci, ih^n nic .iuauclijiisi nn)inula,"  Jones was saying,to a Iriund. "A pal  of tjiiiiu, Johnson by name, had a  most intolligiint retriever, One night  his house caught fire. All was instunt  confusion. Old Johnson nnd his wife  lii'w inr the cluiiireii, mm uumiiei.  them out pretty sharp. Alas I one of  the children had boon overlooked, but  up jumped tlio dog, rushed into the  house, and soon reappeared with tho  missing child, which is deposited on  the lawn, Kvery one wns savixl, but  Rfiver flashed through the 'flrim������"i  ngain, nnd presently the noble animal  reappeared, with the tiro policy wrap-  jM-ii in a dump towel."  " A Soldier Athlete, |  Lord Methuen   is *n   enthusiutis!  walker, who makes a point of owe-r.;  lng several miles on foot dally wheal  {xwwlbld,   a k^eii   cyciul,   a  cUvog  jwimmer, and one of tin most akiU  vl iencars ot. the day,    j       I  ,Tho Supreme Test  Brownly���������Is Jones contented? "'���������'  Townly���������I should say so; I never  heard him complain of tho way his  shield is taught in school.���������Harper's  Bazaar.  A Medical Ncod Supplied.���������Wlion a modi-  eine is found that not only aetn upon  tho Htomaoli, but is so composed that certain ingredients of it pass unaltered  through the stomaoh to fliul action In the  howols. then thero Is available a punra-  tlve nnd a cleanser "of groat oll'octivcness.  Parmoleo's Vouetablo i'UIh aro of this  churnetor and are tho best of all pills,  During the years thoy havo boon in uho  they hnvo established themselves as no  other pill has done,  Farmer*-"-'.According to tlie papers,  the world is full of uprisings."  HouHowife���������"Yes, it seems to be  contagious. I notice that oven the  bottoms of your berry boxes aro affected."���������Judge.  After milking n most careful study  of tho ��������� mutter,' U. S, Government  scientists state definitely that the  common hoime fly is' the principal  means of distributing typhoid fever,  diphtheria nnd smallpox. Wilson's  Fly Tails kill the flies' and the dis-  ease germs, too.  '    Her Career   '  "Hits your college daughter decided  upon her career?."  "Not as yet. She is hesitating between n chnp who works in a hardware store and it' fellow who Is pnrt  owner of a jrimige."    '  Mlnard's Liniment Cure* Distemper.  Hard 'Job  "What.Is tlie hardest, work you do."  "My hardest, work," replied Ronntor  Sorghum, 'Mh trying to look like my  photograph and talk like my speeches  when I get back to my home town."���������  Wimhinftmi Rtar.  0ODDS'/  p Ki D N  m PILLS  ^{  W. N. U., No. 852. (3  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  THERE are physicians and some  faddists In dietetics who insist  that one should never attempt  to stimulate the appetite by the  use of relishes, sauces or appetizers.  ���������'Were'we to carry their theory still further we,,would omit from our food all  aids to flavor, such as salt, pepper,  lemon, juice and vinegar. It is all very  well to". maintain that unless one is  hungry one should not eat, but the  truth remains that the fact that food  tastes good is one of the things that  makes us hungry. 1 have mentioned be-5'  fore the small boy whose definition of  _Ralt-Lwas_llthe thing that makes potatoes  and put them into a preserving kettle.  Add just enough water to keep them  from scorching, but not enough to  cover them. Set the,kettle where tlie  contents wwill simmer gently. Cook  until the skins are. all broken and the  grapes reduced to a soft mass. Pour  the mixture .through a fine colander  or a coarse strainer, rubbing the pulp  through, but rejecting seeds and -  skins. Measure the pulp and to 3  quarts of it allow 2 pounds of brown-  sugar, a pint of cider vinegar, a largt '  tablespoonful each of ground cloves,  cinnamon, allspice, salt and black  pepper, and a scant teaspoonful of  paprika. Return all to the fire and  boll until very thick, skimming occasionally.   When cold, bottle and seal.   ���������  Chili Sauce  Peel 2 dozen large tomatoes and  cut them up; peel and slice S onions;  remove the membrane from 4 large  green peppers and chop them coarser  ly.   Mix the vegetables in the preserv  ing kettle, adding, as you do: so, 4  tablespoonfuls of salt, 8 tablespoon -  fuls of granulated sugar, 4 table?  spoonfuls each of ground allspice,  cloves and cinnamon and 2 teaspoon-  fuls c-f ground ginger. Boll all together until very thick, add 2 quarts  of vinegar, boil for a few minutes  more, take from the fire and, when  cool, bottle, cork and seal.  India Relish  For this relish prepare the following  Ingredients: One pint of string beans,  young and fender, cut Into pieces an  inch long, after '.he strings have been  removed; 1 pint of tiny cucumbers or  gherkins, each cut Into 2 or S pieces; 3  cucumbers of medium size, sliced rather  thin; i pint of small white onions,  peeled; 4 long thin red peppers, washed  and cut into small bits; V4 phit of  green nasturtium seed; young enough  to be tender; X rather small cauli-  "llower,   cut  Into, little  clusters.    Put  these vegetables in layers in a stone  crock, sprinkling each layer thickly  with salt. Pour in slowly, that it may  filter through, enough cold water to  cover the vegetables, put a weighted,  plate on top of them to prevent their ���������  tloatlng and set the crock In a cool,  dark place for three days. At the  end of thi������ time dreln off Hip brine,,  take out the vegetables and rinse la  clear, cold water, leaving them in tho  last water for .fifteen minutes; then  put them back .in. the" crock (which,  '.must .-have been washed carefully),  cover with clear, cold water, weight  the vegetables with a plate as before  and set in a cool place for twenty-"  four hours' more. At the \end of this  " time put into the preserving kettle  3. quarts of vinegar, a teaspoonful of paprika, a teaspoonful each of  ground cloyes, celery .seed, ground  mustard, mace . and grated horseradish, 2 tablespoonfuls of strong  curry powder and lVi" cups of>  brown sugar. Bring the mixture  to a boil; drain the vegetables and  drop them into the spiced vinegar.  Bring again to the boll and, after  tliis point is reached,, cook'gently for  ten minutes. Take from the Are, cover and set in a cool place for two  days. Drain off the spiced vinegar,  bring it to a hard boil and pour over  the vegetables, which should have  been put into the crock. Leave for  twenty-four hours more,, then put  away in glass jars, tightly sealed. Do  not use in less than six weeks or two  months." .        ,  Green Tomato Soy  Wash and slice, without peeling, 4  quarts of green tomatoes; peel and,  slice 0������ white onions. Put the vegetables together in the preserving kettle,  ad'ding a tablespoonful each of salt,  ground  mustard  and  black    pepper,    1  quart of vinegar, 1 pound of sugar and  H tablespoonful each of cloves and allspice. Stew gently, stirring every few  minutes, until the onions and tomatoes  are tender. Put Into jars and seal. Do  not use In less than six weeks.  Ripe  Tomato  Soy  Put Into a,preserving kettle 7 pounds  of ripe tomatoes, peeled and sliced, 3".\  pounds of granulated sugar, l ounce of  cinn'amon and mace, mixed, 1 ounce of  cloves and 1 quart of vinegar. Stir and  boil steadily for an hour, then turn into  jars and seal.  Piccalilli  Cut and slice 2 large, crisp cabbages  ���������K  .and  chop them fine. , Peel and chop a  "pint of onions,   Pack in alternate layers "  into a crock, sprinkling each with sail.  'Into 1 quart of vinegar stir 1 pound of '.,  brown sugar. 1 tablespoonful each of  black pepper, cinnamon, turmeric and  celery seed and Vi teaspoonful each of  allspice,., 'mace   -and    pulverized    alum.-.  , When the onions and cabbages have  stood in a cool place for a day, prepare  this spiced vinegar, tiring it to a boil  and pour it over the vegetables. Leave  until the following day, drain off the  vinegar and scald it again and pour it y  again over the vegetables. This should  be done'on  each    morning   for    three  ��������� days.   On the fourth morning   put   Che   ,  vegetables  and  vinegar    together    over'  tbe fire in a preserving kettle and boil  steadily  for live    minutes.   Take   from ,  the  fire   and,   when    cold,    pack    into  jars. . ..   "'.-  Spiced Currants  To 5 pounds of stemmed currants allow 4 pounds of granulated sugar, 1 pint  of vinegar, 2 tablespoonfuls of ground  cloves and the same quantity of ground  cinnamon. Put all 'together in the preserving  kettle   and,   after  the   boil  is  reached,- cook for half an hour.   Put up  in -small jars 'or jelly glasses.  A Simple Barometer  k USEFUL barometer Is a camphor  A bottle In which there is more cam-  ������������������������������*-phor than can be dissolved. If  the bottle is murky, look out for  stormy weather; if the camphor settles to the bottom, the indications  are for clear weather.  e/Umu*\, nQtolawA  THI   HOUSEMOTHERS'   EXCIANG E  not taste good when you don't-puVany  of il on." He was right. Even to the  small, ever-hungry lad the potato was  a tasteless pulp unless accompanied by,,  the salt that brought out its flavor.     .���������,..  Our faddist forgets in his wholesale  denunciation "of" "relishes" that salt is  essential to the proper digestion of  food; and that many of the simple  condiments fulfill the same office. ' The  ���������craving for an acid of some kind  as an accompaniment to fish is the  natural demand of the system, not  simply a whim, Fish eaten with a  few drops of lemon juice, or of vinegar, is much more digestible than that  taken without these spurs to tlie appetite. ,  It Is the abuse, not the use, of the  relish that is to be condemned. The  same may be snid of other adjuncts  to our daily food, No one thinks of  advocating eating plain puddings  without sauce of nny kind; and yet,  when 1 saw a young woman push  aside the pudding that was on her  . plate, and, helping herself liberally  to the hard sauce before her, eut it by  the teaspoonful as if it had been so  much Ice cream, my stomach revolted.  But persons with normal appetites do  not eat catsup or pudding sauce by  the spoonful.  'fllhee, therefore, the simple Bpur  to the palate is harmless, It is well  Jor the housemother to know how to  prejinro It at homo. In the summer  month*' she can utilize the vegetables  thnt are ready to hor hand in her  country garden, or that may, be  liotight cheaply from tlie city grocer,  nnd, ns she hns leisure, may convert  them Into appetizing sauces and  relishes that will be found piquant  nnd delicious when fresh tomatoes  arc souring past the dollar mark and  whet) salads nro too expensive to form  a part of Ihe dally fare,.  Tomato Catsup  fillee, hut do not peel, 1 peek of ripe  luminous, Peel and slice 0 white  onions, Put lummox nnd onions in-  eether In u porcoliiln-lliicil fiiueepim  and hull until very soft. Run through  ii colander, then Htruln through a  uleve. Add to the liquid 1 tubleHiionn-  fill each of powdered mnee, cloves,  sugar, wilt nnd celery need, limiting iho  seed Inlo a tiny cheesecloth hug. Htlr  Into Hns mixture 'i sulisponnfulH of  iiiiprlkii and II liny leaves, Put nil  Into the preserving Kettle nnd set  where the eontuuls will holl Hteuilily,  hut not too hard, for six hours.  Htlr often nnd, when quite thick, remove the unir of cotory need, mid a  pint of cider vlnegiir, boll up once  mid take from the fire. . Hot iiHldo  until cold, then hut lie nnd Hoal,  Grape OrttBup  Wash the grapes, remove tho stems  IMPORTANT NOTICE  Y^EOAVSE of the enormous  h% number of tetters sent to  ���������*-* the Exchange, I must ask  contributors to limit their communications to 100 words, except  in cases of formulas or recipes  which require greater space. I  want all my, correcpandents to  have a showing in the Corner,  and if my request in this respect  is complied with it wi',1 he possible to print many more letter.-..  Attention ia called to the fact  that Marion Harland cannot receive money for patterns, as she  has no oonnrntinn with any department that sells them.  . may allay present suffering, and for  drugs that may act upon the blood and  prevent future attacks, the important  matter of diet is too often overlooked.  Apple Cake  PLEASE let me have a wipe fw plain  .npnle ������ike.    P. have recipes for many  kinds of cakes, but none for this.  CAIUUE  (New   York   City),  Tho only apple cakes for which 1 have  recipes at close hand are one for layer  cuke, the filling or which Is'apple sauce,  and one for an elaborate compound, Including raisins and citron, with spice's.  1 take it that you do not want either  of these.  Some one or more of our obliging  correspondents will tell you how to  make the apple cake that calls for  fresh, rlpo apples and Ib not expensive,  Tomato Soup  I   have   never  seen   my  recipe  for tomato soup In print.  Stew any uunnilir ft tomatoes you like  ami run them through th* colander,   , , _  Very few cooks enn ui-e just the right  quuntlty of toila required to neutral!*������  tho acid without Imparting ft "sweety"  taste, I leave out the iilluill altoe-ether.  I mensuro nn much milk ns I have ��������� slewed  tomatni'H nntl thicken it with Hour to  tine consistency of a white uniieo fur vegetables, When hoili have boiled, to ihiiKh ,  ���������tire tliut tin) milk Is thoroughly cooked,  bent Iho thlrkonod milk (mil the loiniitni'S  together lupldlv. 11 U lift tec that the to-  mnlo should not ho very hot, Ihcm tho  ���������nun will not curdle,  Flavor with milt nnd red pepper and, If  ynu like, n 11 (tlo onion Juice.  Minn T.  I Urn Allgilt**, CM.).  Toniuto suup Is a favorite food In  my family. I regulate the "pinch" of  soda Judiciously and Invariably odd a  111 tie sugar to modify the Increased  acidity engendered In the tomatoes !>>'  Itonl, All conked tinniitnes are Improved  hy sugar. He careful nut to put In too  much, The half tenepoonful to the quart  of soup mellows .the Uirliios and enriches  Ihe  flavor,  Rheumatism and Dirt  Yen luive mmirroiw letter* ef inquiry  from rlii'iniiiillc iiitlmt*,  I  nliMTvc,  AiuiifiC citli, ih, "Mr*, M. E. II." iHcMon,  Mini*.I Im* her miy   nml her iciucily.   I.M  n     I'llU'lll'lll    llllllvllllllll    lift IT    ||    won!    nf  SliVllI'.  Tlif ftrnt  thing d ilu for rhcmiihtlnm I*  tn   leave   nimk   ninplr eriinui  am)   ivery  nlhrr form of candy, severely nlonn io long  im ynu Hue.      K.  St. C,  (Detroit,  Mich.).  Your advice would be seconded by nny  intelligent phyclelnn,   Sweets nre among  tho forbidden foods upon the dietary of  rheumatics.    Likewise   red   merits,     In  the onest for-outward application that  Salt-Risen Bread  In response to urgent appeals on the part  of several correspondents, i take pleasure  In inclosing a Hied and true recipe which  lias been proved excellent by some acquaintances of mine. They pronounce it  fine;  Salt-Rising Bread  The nleht before you contemplate this  masterpiece of the baker, put half :i cupful of eornmeal and a pinch each of salt  and of sugar Into a bowl. Scald this with  new milk heated to the boiling point, t'sn  enough to brine the meal to the consistency  of mush. Cover with a clem cloth and set  in a warm place 'overnight.  In Iho morning put a scant cupful of now  milk into a gallon stone Jar. Add a level  teaspoonful ot salt and ono of sugar. Add  3 cupfuli of boiling water. Reduce to a  temperature of 108 degrees with cold watoi,  using a mlllc thermometer. Next, stir In  enough, flour "to make a good batter. Now  put In the "starter" mado the night before.  Cover the Jar with a pinto nml set It In a  largo kettle of hot water. Keep the temper-  nturo of the water at 10S degrees until tho  sponge lina risen 2 Inches above the original  level, 'Turn' It out Into a kneading bowl  nnd work Into a stiff dough, Divide tho  dough Into loaves and set lu pans to rise.  The beat should bo kept In the dough whlln  ynu nro working It, Thcrelorc. knead  .quickly nnd well. Orense thn tenves nn in i  nnd set where they will rise slendlly.  Cover with a light cloth tn exclude dust  nnd retain tho warmth.  When" the   loaves   have   nearly   doubled - ���������  their  original   bulk,   hake   in   a   moderate  oven   for  an  hour  and   a'quarter.    Cover  ��������� with nauer until they ���������have risen satis-,  factprily. Wrap-���������them.,.In a thick cloth  when tbey are done.     ."  There! ,  You   have   a  recipe  complicated  enough to suit the  most  fastidious!  Will you giant me room In which to say  , that  the-'Exchange, has been a  great help  and blessing to me?        ���������      .  ,     HELEN  D.   (West Allls.  Wis,).  And yet, if you 'will --..mine it section by section, not so complicated as  would seem at first reading.    You are  ��������� not obliged to stand and watch that  boiling outer vessel while the dough is  rising. Adjust the heat at the proper  degree and leave it to take care or Itself. Taken all in all, it is not more  formidable than, many another recipe  for bread-making. And those who demand the famous salt-rising loaves are  willing to take unusual pains to get  them,  I  am glad the Exchange Is a helper  and a blessing,  "That Is what we are here for."  Lost, an Address  Some time ngo I offered Information ra-  npeeting a mild wlmer climate, My letter  wns sent to Mr������, E, 13., Philadelphia, and  nt the came time I wrote to another  nuerlpt, a, gentleman In Jcnklntown, N. ,1,  (I  Ihlnk), ��������� ,  Polh of these pirmni answered me, In  forwarding the comniunlcatlcn* to mo my  wife Incloned the two In one envelope,  lly some mischance, that from tho gentle  man was lost. Would It be possible to let  me have his address agnln? I would like  to be of some assistance to him, and I  feel that I might. His case interested  me. J....P..D. (Frankford. Phlla.).-  It Is hot practicable for us, to look up  the address unless we have the Initialed,  signature. I publish your letter, in the  hope that the person with whom you  corresponded will recognize himself and  send to me for your address, This is,  trie best I can do'to prove my good  will   and   sympathy.  Ink Stains on J.incn  Can-: you   tell   nio   how   to   remove   Ink  spots  from  white  linen?  S.  B.  (Merlvalo,  Ont.).  There are divers ways of doing it.  Soak In sour milk all night; rinse next  morning In cold water and lay the  linen In the sun all day, wetting hourly  with lemon juice, Wash In the evening, and If any stain remain, give the  linen a second' soak In sour milk (or  In buttermilk) and repeat the rinsing  and sunning, This should clear the  spots quite uwny.  Or you may boll In strong orenm-of-  itartnr water; rinse, nnd sun, keeping  the linen wet with' the solution of  crenm-of-tartat' all day,  Lastly,  wash In tlie usual way,  Rolling Cloth Over Register  Puino weeks ago'  a Mrs.  M. II.,  of Chicago,   wrote   to  the   Exchange,   suggesting  FAMILY MEALS FOR A WEEK  SUNDAY  BUBAKFAST  flrapofrult, cereal and cream, fried scallops, linger rolls, toast, coffeo and tea,  LUNCHEON  noulllon In cups, Jnllloi] chicken, buttered  Uiimt, lettuce Hiilnd.wllh French dressing,  berries nnd croani, ten.  DINNER  Tomato nnd rlea simp, rlh roast ������f beef.  iiNiiiinigiiH, Ihih tops ihi'HHfil with saui'o  tiirtnrv, coffei!, ten and ihiienlnle, lilauu  mango wviM In sepnrate fnniis wllh  whipped cream, cake, black coffeu,  MONDAY  imWAKFAHT  liorrlos,  ceriml and nrnnm,  bacon,  green  popper toast,  wholo- wheat brwid,  tea and  coffee.  1,1'NCI IKON  Muttered shrimps with imiintn nnd onion  smieii, thin hi'iiwn hu'ini snreinl with cream  I'liei'Se,     linsheil    nml     browned     potatneu,  uwiIiIun and miirinaladi', tua u lu nissn,  1)1 NN Ell  Chicken  hiiiiii,  i'ijIiI  roust  beef, ������wee(   pn.  tlilneH  scilllnpi'il,   Hi'l'lilllila   unions,  uuri'iint  and nispberry turts, black cuiH'c.  TUESDAY  llllKAKI'AHT  Ornnxoii, enreiii nml erenin, Imked omelet,  hwiteil rusk, lonst, ten nnd enffee.  UJNCHEON  Croquettes  of   cnlf's  brains,   stewed   iiii-  tatoes,   onion   soullle (n left-over), loinnlnii  salad, crackers nnd cheese, slewed rliiihinli  and sultana raisins, cingerbrend, ten,  UINNBTt  Moek turtle soup, baked and breaded  cnnnelon of ImHieil beef (a, Icfl-owr),  spinach, cuullltuwer, eriiel.ei' pudding, black  eolfee,  fried  wllh  when  WEDNESDAY  1IHEAKKAHT  HirrliiH.   cereal   Mill   iitimi,   bttcon,  hominy, toast, tea and inffee,  MJNCIJKON  Hiivnry ham Oold sllcnl ham, broiled,  a   plnuiiriiii    sauce   piiured    over   II  nerved),   French   liled   potatoes,    poullnpeil  e:iulllluwer (a leflMiver), bread anil holler,  tnnd cookie* and coi'im,  lUNNKIl  Yi'Steriliiy'M    soup,   bunded    nnd    bilked  calf's    head,    eanned    emu    pen    frlllmn,  muffed  ii,iiiiui.es  Poind,  bcnles and cieam  With  light lake,  blink enffee,  THURSDAY  HIII'AKFAI-T  Ornnges, cereal nml cream, bneon, pnlnin  find   nut   cniipietti't,  jirnham  hresd,   tiiast,  tea  und  enffee,  LUNCHEON  fti\m\ of calf's liind nnd tongue (n, left  over), potato cukes, endive nnd ornnge salad  with mnvonnalse, cut-up bananas and  cieiim, sweel eiuekers, tea,  DINNElt  Spinach soup ui letl-nver), inlleil veal  I'litlet, string beans, uinshed and liriiwuml  polutoes, strawberry shortcake, black curate.  FRIDAY  '     lirtEAKFAKT  llerrles,   eerwil   and   cieuin,   filed  smelts  wllh   lemon  fame,   euro  blend,   tonsi,   t<u  li nil coffee  1,1'NCIIKON  Cheese fnndu, timsieil corn bread, pnlnmeN  n In I'mlsleiini', tnmiiln und ciii'iimlier mlii'l,  cnii'kei'H and eheese, Swiss trltleis, ten,  IUNNEK  Klsh  ebciwilir,   M'lli   M'lillnp   (u   left-over),  salt'lly    frlttcis,     lima    beans,    ainbri.'-ln  iiirangi'K and I'lii'iiamit, with wine and supur  pnilli'il    ������\ur   tlielnl,   sponge   cuke,     blaek  infill',  SATURDAY  IIUEAKFAHT  lleriles,   eereal   mid   crenin,   stuffed   nnd  linked shad, tiiiiH!ni>, eoffn,  I.I'NCIIKHN  Illreil pnlalnes, eanned I'leanii'i) enrn pi.nl-  dlng, Iniiiatn salad, tmisieii mutlinx, n������.  IllNNIMl  Tnmato    blsipje,    imnl    ri'iiiiuettes     wllh  eiHiiiiieil   pens,   stuffed   baked   piillltneii,   tn������  dive salad, honieniiiile !"��������� ireiiiii, enffee.  LABELS FOR HOMEMADE RELISHES  Saying; "silk  batting cloth"  over" Tlie "fur-  nace register as a oust preventive.  That's what we want down here. But,  please lell us what is '���������silk bnttluif  cloth"? nnd where uuiy It be bought? I  have Inquired of mt-r. hums here and in  larger' places nnd  nil are equally  Ignurant.  Can you enlighten us and confer a favo'*  upon more than me of your connt.ltue-.ts  In  this region? ,  I.   H.   B.   (Rushvlllo,   111.).  I suspect that the blunder Is to be  laid at the door of the : typist, or  that it was a slip of the printer's type.  f'nless my surmise be Incorrect, it  was "bolting cloth" which was recommended a.s u dj.st catcher. This is a  rather clone mesh used in bolting Hour,  eie. I have seen and used it In sifting  spices and'sugar, before we had these  pulverized to our hand. If 1 am  wi'o'ng, Information must come direct  from "Mrs. Al. B.," of Chicago.  '���������The Last to be I'rtntea.  And yet .another (and the ln������t ww- ,  shall publish) remedy for the running-  ear of which a member complained'  somo weeks ago. We have hnd In alb  thirty letters relative to her alllletlon..  At least ten prescribe almost the same  treatment advised In the following well-  written letter:  Remedy fd Running Ear  Syringe, the ear two or lhre������ times per'  day with pure peroxide of hydrogen, then,  with water ns warm an you can bear eOuv-  furtiilily,  Dry the ear thoroughly, nnd blow boric  will ior, as It Is snmrtlines called, "bnraclc  will")  Inlo the orliicft.  Pn not plug It up with cotton. Thin keeps  the illiii'lmrKi! from escaping. Tills simple  ri'inrily entirely cured my little boy. You  need tint fenr to trv It. it wn������ prescribed  by nur fnmllv plusleliin. I useil a medl-  elno (liopper. It cost r, nent������. For ponixlds  nf hyilingen you pay ;>,', cents fur n f"lr.  sl7,e,| ImtiIp, Krep It enrked tightly and In  a dark | laee and II will not lr.no streiiuth.  Dn mil illlule it wllh wahr In imlng It for  Ihe ear,    Von   will  t e  iimay.ed   to  nee  how  ������ i  H will drive the foul discharge from  the ear,       ��������� .  Iloi'iiele powder cons from fi In io cents a  t'lnkiiK*'. Von nee tbti> I, nn inexifnslve  i'in< <ly. Try li two i,r tbren I linen n ,|a������.  or rniiriir, snivio one will have to nsalst you  In ilie task.  Mrs. T.. V, fNew Camle, Pol,).  I'ei'ionally, ] have n (.rent drend of  inedilllng with the Interior of tho ear,  even fearing to syrlnpe dt with warm  water or tu dioii anything n> bland as  oil Into the oiilice, Hut the foregoing  jifi Hrrlptlnn hns been so stienu itisly  cummendrd by Irnellli'ent cnrreHpoiid-  ellts Hint 1 ennnnt withhold It, Only,  consult your ilnctor l.efore you try It!  Doiifijiuiits in Rhyme  Hue .'lit, of sugar; one nf mill.:  Two i'Kkh beaten im due im ellk: ,  Knit  una  n lit 'in ti  lelniiiiiiion Ml do!)  HI biil.lnr tne iter,  ti iiukiimis  iwii;  t.li'hl'y nli' the llnir In.  HoII on iilibnnrd, not  Ion thin.  ��������� 'ut |n itiiminnils, iwlrlii m  ilnvs.  limp islth .iiie tin   diiui'l v. things  r,    Into  fat   ibut   hrbkli   swells  Kienlv   the  ipnngv i"'lb,  H'dti-li   with   ru re  .the   Cine   uf   turnlnifi  ViV   Ihi'tii   lunwn,    1u������t   timet    ,,f   buililng,  Hell  In sil(*ar;  serve  when eunl.  I'llceV Wluit von jileii>o fur this, my rulsl  Mrs. .!   .1. if''. (Winlilngtim, Ii, (",),  - Tne    irndir    may    eut    the    clever  formula   out   nnd    paste   nlongsiile   of  Hydui'v   Hmltn's   reelpi'   for   mailing   a  salad,'which has come down tn us n* %  OlllHK'll',  r  PICCALILLI  ^  ������*  .  (  PICCALILLI  )  v.  PICCALILLI  )  (  PICCALILLI  )  .  PICCALILLI  )  r  c  C  c  INDIA RELISH  )  INDIA RELISH  )  in  INDIA RELISH  INDIA RELISH     )  INDIA RELISH  )  C     CHOW-CHOW    ")   (  JHILI SAUCE    ^    ������  TOMATO SOY  3 C  RED CABBAGE  D  C  C  CHOW-CHOW  CHOW-CHOW  c  c  CHOW-CHOW  CHOW-CHOW  3  c  CHILI SAUCE  3 C  TOMATO SOY'  ")    ( RED CABBAGE    ")  CHILi SAUCE  J  r  TOMATO SOY  J  r~i  v.  iiLU  unuuDUi.  .J  C  c  CHILI SAUCE  CHILI SAUCE  3  3  C  C  TOMATO SOY  TOMATO SOY  3  1  (    RED CABBAGE  (    RED CABBAGE  3  3 ���������MOB  ���������*������������������*���������  "er&zmnui<mxwi.x������\n3j?i  tH&~**i<c*xim irimmw  THE NEWS, CUMBBHLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ��������� [.....pMhiJ &**!<&������rww*W*-'i������. ���������������������������*���������<������ wna������*  ������������������rara;*������,T������d������;-������*������nft fcsaasaa  THE FU  ITURE STORE  JUST ARRIVED  ���������A SHIPMENT OIW f  MORRIS CHAIRS and  SEAGRASS ROCKERS  ,*\ full line of Furniture and House  i< uniishiu<>s tp select, from   JS5  A. MbEINNDN McPliee Block, Cumberland  BMHMTN  N. WAND,  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  TAILOR  MADE     SUITS  i>^om Sgo.oo1 to, $35,00.  Oj.UANINQ .AND  PrRPSING '  DQNK AT  Rka������onami.j{;"Phi^ks.  Phone 52  Cumberland &  ������������������������3X^J(^^  ,.v  S.-..I5AKA,. PROPRIETOR  .v *i  M  CAMPAIGN ECHOES  Lovers of peace and ������oodfellowship have rcaspn to. rejoice  that the Dorniuum eleciion campaign is to be of short duration,  51s it'promises to. be oue of tlie  hottest fights of these stale flat  times. The leaders of the opposition seem driveuj. to th,e point  pf desperation as they realise the  importance of tlie Reciprocity  issue, and that ������ il' once it is  brought into successful operation  the [government will he more  firmly established in the favor of  a prosperous people, than ever  before. It is uu.o\v or never"  with the opposition..    '  Now is the tinie to f]ght reciprocity, while it is still in the  shape of iiebuloiis.TiUu.rity." One's  fancy has so mucii more scope in  calling lip. the hobgoblins of blue  ruin Iron, the drifting , tdoud,&  than in. constructing any real  terror from the liard facts, of pros  ~peTity~\vhtch'���������the- country���������'will;  "Mr OJivpr can be depended  upon to make a vigorous fight  once he enters the lists, and the  progress of the campaign in" West  minster and tlie verdict returned  by' the riding wiil be watched  with move than usual interest."  Some people are saying, that  the real issue is not reciprocity,  but loyalty, It is strange how  the number of patriots have increased lately, It is too bad that  some of this patriotism could not  be put into capsules and sent to  the other self governing Hrkish  dominious overseas. They need  it worse than it is needed in Can  ada, the most loyal part of the  Empire-^Saturday Sunset.  Our local   schools  will   reopen  on Monday, August 2Sth.  Tho Big Store is having a  Special Stile, Pay-Dav and week  following. None ���������'���������''"should miss  these values.  ' ,'������������������'MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING- WORKS  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits  Made  from ho to S35  , All Work First Class  Agents for Pilsener llrewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of.  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  PASSING'COMMENT  Doctor .I"hii Chapman Davie,  one of the foreuio.-t surgeons of  tliii coast and the oldest -practioner  in British Columbia, died at his  io-id������'i,ice in Vicioii.i ouAugnst 10  So thn old landmarks pass !  Tin' pope's recovery from his  critical illiu-ss is rut an led; because  of Ids dis'iii-tc for food, lix that  token sonic nf lis should do wed  and live long, and never once envy  the lot of Ids lioliiie.-'s.  -o_  have enjoyed under reciprocity  five years heucet that the opposition is not "slow in ���������realising its  opportunity and ..we m,ay prepare  ourselves for some brilliant feats  of imagination in the attacks of  the opposition iu tl.e'ne.st few  weeks.  At Winnipeg the vivid imagination oi the opposition has taken  ft peculiar phase. It l\as conjured  up the nightmare ofaploton  the part of the Liberals to rob the  {jood Conservatives of 1 heir votes.  On the stiength of this vision  'they.had H. R. Welsford, the  registrar of N,o, 2, boothx haled  before the pyo.vitic.al police court  where he put in the simple defence that he had no jurisdiction  to do an the Conservatives had  demanded ot bin,;, The idea! A  government official allowing him  :c.lf to be restrained by legal  jurisdiction when tlie opposition  had made a dcnuuuU'  At Kdmontou the Liberal  chances look so, good that Mr, A .  C. Rutherford, former premier of  Alberta, is anxious lo lend ihe  Liberal jvmty io victory, leaving  Moil. Frank Oliver 'o seel: .same  other constituency, The boy,,  gentleman, however, lias noi  much liUng for this arranges  n.eiK, and a threatened split iu  he Liberal vanh.s iu that quarter  is yielding a momenta;;; delight  to the opposition, Mo one  grudges th- dxowning man !,hc  ���������ilia \v.  "hones: John ' Oliver-, foruxr  liberal ioa.ier 111 the local house,  i*. on ihe warpath agf\in, having  v <���������< pted the Liberal nomiua'ioti  lor New Westminster.     ParuM  self into the reeipiocity tigh^  Irom the agriculturalist's and  Iruiigrovycr's standpoint, and, few  vVen of the profe.s.sioin.1 ]>olitici-  ,1111 which "ll"iK"it johr. ' uevtj  junvd to I"'-- -ireni' ���������'���������" (liorfnfh  iu their gr^sp of d^t.uis o: more  coiJijJK'hciK-ive in thcrir bro,*d  vi-ion i.f any question than lu*.  His '.wlUka! u; 'pjiifii.'.; iekimw -.  Icigc the strength ol the candidate Mew VVnitiiiins'i-r has chosen.  ������'���������?.������: Vancouver Province,- sajs;���������  NOTICK  laro:t>  The drawintr fur tlu;  graphajilioiio will take place at  Cameron's ResUuiant, (Joiirti-nay  on Wednesday, Aug, 2;5. All  tickets hi'iHt he juvi'l for hef-. re  drawing takes place, o'herwUn  tickets will not, he uccc:)l[ej..  Tickets on sale   at   Cameron's  Rcstaui'Miit, Coiirtciii'.v.  NOTICK.  Mr, (1. Ardley, of Comox, has  in his j)ossc.ssioii a barrel of house,  hold jioods, ."hipped with lii������  freight from Victoria, which docs  not belong to him. Ownm can  have .saint', by applying to the  above and piiying expenses.  Mrs. K. R<'i-.se of lola,; Kansas,  i* tliieateiifil with arresi.i.E she up-,  uear.-'on the s'ruit in I'loomes's.  ���������J'rcttv-hnrd oullie ladies ! ,  ���������(JonreTto-6,irurberljuidT"an<l���������yoir  may w������ar anything yoil jilcasc  from bloomers to harem skirt,  ami Chief Cray, if necessary,'��������� will  give you 'safe escort. ���������       ...  As we iru to press \\*(u*tj cnuui  of ihe.sctileuicnt. of llic Lomlnn  strike. This has been one of ihe  most important, liilii.i* jnovemenis  of recent vein's, ���������tin] it is si������uillc;'.iii  i.'f ihe tivnd.of the. limed thai; the  Settleiiumt, has. been iu favor of  the men.  According to press despatches,  tbe entire easier!! province of ihe  Congo ,Free Sla:e is in revolt, the  naiives having carried oil'' a Belgian magistrate to bold as a hostage. Tbe light.comes slowly,-Inii  it is getlieg into sniiiedark sp<.:s  of tin.* dak c.oiiliiient at last if tlie  natives are reid'v wakiiie- up  to a  ....        o     1  realisation ol' ihy   niuiistrons  outrages tney havo l.mg sulfeie'l   tin  dcr Helgiiiii iiiis-rule.    ()iHL__s.yiii-.  1       Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  ������������������������������������   '    -t "  ���������        ., i  I   "SELLING  OUT    -  ;BI3'&0IES.ancl;' ��������������� u   //  AT     LOWEST     CASH      PRICES.  B.C. HARDWARE Co., Ltd,  788 rJoIinson St., Victoria* .  **^t*^SMW>FJ*f*f*W  ^V.IIIlK!!l!iilll!;ii;i!ii:!i::!::illillillll)lll!l!i::i!llllll!llllllllll!IIIIIU!Uill!lllll!!l!WUII^^  s  iki  E  Capital $6,300,000,  Keserve $7,200,000  =a  The Royal'- Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   IsjSUKD   IN   ANY   CUUHKNCY,   PAYAU1.E   ALL  ..' OVER   Tl-Ilfl    W()UL!>.  SPECIAL ATTKNT:0N 'jmid m SAVlN(iS ACT0.UNTS���������&������������������!��������� (Men  at hijlienl Ourn i.t Km i'������ ad'W'd on -!/��������� pos-iis -ol ^l aiid iipwtird*-.  CUMBEKLANr, B. C., BihnoL, Opin Daily  UJStI0:ST WHARF, B. 0.,   Bub-llraclijdpen XhuisdnyB  ,    .R. a ,'CULBER:iVMan������jier. ���������'.  COTJUTKNAY,   M   " <    B.aacb,    Open Daily.  W- HOPF.'Manasi'ep.  WII!llllllllillllllll!l!l!ll!lli:i!!:;illllR!!UIII!l!llllilllilli:illlllll-lllllllillll^  w  ()���������  .).  iu man's meat is another  unm's poison. The ovcrturnini)'  of a se'*w on is way from Union  to Vancouver la.*t week, dumping  live hundred tons ut cuid to the  bottom of the Gulf of Georgia, is  had news to tin* owners, but to the  miners to whom thoe all too frequent nine o'clock whistles have  become averiiable uijihtmai'o, this  item may have a lers sombre  oolurinji. ..  Cumberland &, Union Water  Works Co., I���������td,  NOTICE.  Sprinkling will \w nllowed  only two tiitrJitH a week, nomely  TH'liSDAVai.il Fit! DA V. .from  7 to II o'clock iii the ovenino;.  Ucaky tups must be a.tended to  at once,  Any elinnircH or additions to existing piping must be saiictinned  by the company.  I!y order.  L. W. Nunns. Secretary.  Ciimhurliuid, 15. (!., Aim. 1st, lDl'l,  Kmiy five  men ���������have   reconlly  duBorte.l from ihe II.M.O.S.Kniii-  bow, and the secretary of the- 'naval .department mivs it is nbiiiicom  j)      * . .  111011 Ibmjj mi* men  tn  desert  thn  warships on the Pacific, coast in  large numbers. Ilritish Columbia  look> oood to iho boys Irom the  East. We are nor, cont'cilei) as a  province, but no wo'nler wo feel  fluttered, when " tbe briiv" boys  from the war .hips ci'inu a court-  in^ !n iiiich iiiiiiibci'h,  ,.^������..  The Ilo'i-e of Lords ha* at Iiif*'  exprcsHod acqiiic.-eeiieo to I'remier  Asipiith's veto bill.    It  was not.  i'OIl ������SAI,lv--A  paid  luioey! however, until   tho   noble   lords  hotse    Heveii years   old     Alwn*-' w������rc thr('iittjue<l with the creutiou  Intely <piict _ Vorpartieulars   "p-;���������r a ,ul]icit,(1 number of new peers  rdv to ( aptaiu K. J .   \ ip-rn, Co- j.     ,    ., . .       '  1 ���������      1,  /. n I bv the ('rosin t" enrrv the prop  llio.X,   l>. i.', j   *    " ,  ed niea-iir" that  >pOKi  thi'V   iiiuiiifested  LOST���������A   med.d    K*tlin������{   in jcven the mo licuin of m-ii-c rcquir  hhnne of bicycle whcell.  M<t  with led to know Alien tbey were defont  ed and (iuiillv co'irludeil to climb  nmefhjst.    Kinder  please  relurii  to this olllce..    IvHWitrd,  NuilCK.  All Permits,   for  burning,  me  :aucelled uf;til further notice,  down from   1 heir  lofty   nosition.  Even    the   i.t'fa'eUt   HvaJ   Im   niot'O  jji'aeioiii-. than mi^hl !������fi\e bix-u cx-  pic.ted fro\^iiny oiuiuaiy lii.syriiut  leteil political   party,   hianifcHtitlg  pathi.-s are\wiih Vhe nnigi^trati  under the ciiciiiustauces, but we  cannot forgot the scores an<! huii-  i'lleds of helplei-N naiives who have  fared iulinitely worse at the biniils  of their ���������'e'lliyhiened" rulers' than  he may suffer, own if ho be hoi 10  and eater.  HtLLlEES  HRISON,  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLI  CONVEYANCING  |j   DU   SMUIR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  _<*������_  Sir W'lfred Lmiricr lias p'ninted  to 1 be tint*t> prai'ii! pnivjueus their  rijjht to ibe control of their  lnii-  11 rnI 1'i'Soiiices, ri>toriuo;   to   tbun  ihe timber  ntcl   uiiiural  disfric s  within their boiiiiiliuies.   furn.erly  controlled by the   Dominion eo\_  eriiuieiit, an<l   retaining  only   ihe  portion' nf  such  lands  which   i  fairly   lit   for   homestendjii'v,   in  ti^reeineiit witli the ooveriiuioiit's  iiiitnia.rftti'>n policy and promises  This is a readjustment which has  been jvrently desired by   ihe   pro-  vinci'S, and disurms ihe opposition  cry of ��������� boodle".     What  u  nice.  IVt   tliiii|_j Ihe   iidniiniHtrif.iou  of  these tiiuhcr and miiieriil <listricts  would have been in the  bunds of  an uiisei'iipu'ous uiivi'i'iiinoii ! Tiii.-  is not the sort of  I him*  \uu  will  hour cri'ieizid by   the <)|)podlion  in the election campiiieti, luovevej  much tbc> may ivoret thearrnnrje  ment if they rcaliv have any hope  * ��������� .'i  of victory.  ������������������"���������'������- -..-������������������-' \ f O! 'iS 5\I  f? ItaJ  O ������'~*<**v������*m***i***  LUholcsol(5 Dealer in WINES, hlQUOR & BEEf^  P. 0  T10X 483  PHONE 39,...  CUMBERLAND  MMM-Wr. MiTilllllfllllWITliT ^MMbV^mMUMVAM*  k������r*UV������l������������.MII>!  ������������w.i,wiit*Mriiriwi<ttOT'*w^iiTi'i������iWMrrifliftMt*^ij^  This is the first s; vinji in ihe history of Comox  District that the local demand for eyj^s has been  equal to the supply. Noihinjj pays belter t.liiin  poubr\. if they are rightly mamured. Hejjiu  will the lit'le'fellows and' ft t d them CHICK  FOOD, which is a mixutre of bom meal, wheat,  oals, com and o'her orain, cut and blended in  the ritfhl proportion 10 make them thrive aud  "vow.    -I'or stile by  A. B. CRAWFORD,  DKALKK IN  -   - tartensy, B.  I.oril AND KKKI)  .1. W. Ghikvi;, Kire Warden  Courieuuv, )'>.C, .inly 17,  jy.n.  but un'm oi uieir I'oasfeii inanity  iliid chivaby, and *diowiii;{   them-  elves to he ji|i������t a piece   with   or-  ������������������������r~i-  YiWi SAl.K-w.-t2 acres  of  lutv,  by aero or ton.    If haulcl by P������V-rtti,1(irv biu.ianifv in their tU-fwit,  uIijimt, J'ilMiO per ton.     Ifdeliv    ..     ',    ,     ,   : . ,  1 .������.������ r\i .... J .      f     1    i           hit tin* hiindi* have been movtni  e,r i ���������^.U(i pel ton,    don.I  clovev \  ������ij*AtiniyJliy.    Apply ('he V.-uk.1 f������':w������vd on   tho   dtil   of   lhi'i-li  We-fwo'.nl t'tirui, :.Vmluichf V>, v'\\\n-r\y   l������y    A^puth's    ������ii.������odl������*n   ,,  ;������. y't������������ry.   and    tin*    jie'ple    havO  fOSV-A lU-f.������t si;iff,   puiiit.  ^aimd   another   Ma^ua   Cliarttt.  <t?vc-\'���������      Li^'      eluttn  o>������   l;iU'   ;nd   Tii"' lords may bbs'er and talk  of  tw.. f������.f.������.f .*���������> b.   bo-,r      ir-MV.-ir.? ;;iUUU<!u.,,nfv but fhe fiMftl ��������� of   the  ol  .) ".I  ill h  iai>  U  .urn   f<i  l'"b-!t   ttnui\   J??.. CrnvJ^rlahiJ,  n. q.  lock do not iiimi' h'lckw iril. The  en 1  ^uiiri;macv o( U������,* lord** i.-* i������n������t.  DISSOLUTION    OK    TART  MCUSIIIP.  NOTICK is  hereby jiiven, that  the iifirt.m 1'iliij) linn  of  Alaxivnll  & Ilirnal was dissolved Julv bMs\  lb] I by mutual   consent, ami the  business will in   future he carried  on by  ii,   nm rini,     Aii   .'iccwiiiili* (  ami ue.'iii- nyiaiiii-t ami due. ������ii������*h..i' ,  lirui nre payable   resjieclively,   by |  ami io It. iloiiial.    All  necountoi  due. the  above  mentioned  'ZXEWSOLT'limiiSUSll^  Oue 4-eyliuder lUJl'K,  cotuple'.e with top, ulass  front, speedometer,  electric n'de and tail  lamps,   and   acet\lene  mo  bend li<;hts.  I lice  j....  11.  .���������a 1  linn,  ���������m 1  (Signed) A, Maxwell.  K. Ilnrual.  NOTICK.  The S. S. Cowichairs trip of i  Au^u; t lOtli, will he cancelled fur;  that wei-k  only, j  Uni'Ui S. S. Co., Vhii.vuu.wi',, 15. t;. J  One car sanie as   above,  with head, .side and lail  lamps. j������enera   ^C(\  lo!,fie.   i'licc    y������u\i  One 2.cyliuder Ibtick, 20  39 lip., generator lamps  top wiii(l*.sbiel(l.*AM^ a  etc., only <lp/t3U  One Ford car. 3-scate",  compleic and in (rood  order, with fine d������/AA  tires, only.... fOUU  One air-cooled Fnuikliii,  complete with vvind-  slneni. nead. sum: ami  tail lumps, ^tnevaioi^  eic. This i-- a 4-cylinJ  der 15 bp. c r,  only   Oue Rover b hp. 2-]jass-  eiij2;er car. battery and  nuijiwto ignition, tires  in fine order, car in  splendid shape,  onlv   $750  !' $400  THOS. PLIMLEY,  OFKiaEANDSroac 730 YATES ST..  ������AHAOE. 727 JOHNSON ST..      ������  -r, ���������  l'Oli SALIv��������� ft ro*im iioins*-;  with l������uihr<'oiii ami pantry, iilsi^j  furniture. Apply Mark H^r^an,;  MurviMitt .\vgiHo^ i  VICTORIA,  B.C  -If >o������ j*ct ���������' o* PHinley's it's a 1.1. kioiit."  PS  '-vr-i Do Niir-aWnc  ��������� ,*mmm vi-w*t\\  ��������� ��������� ^ y������ 1 ��������������������������� uum"i'imJL^j w


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