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Wkitewear for Ladies and Children-  AU we can say is that. our  line is complete aud at  every price.   V  -All we askis for-you-tocompareoutvalues-  AND  RANGES  Furniture 4ni Household  ���������>.--.���������   we-liRe to show OURUGOQDS  <ifc   ������4������**������������--"*������**'M  !'������������������������������������ I    I *nm d***l **>���������.***    Stsi*si m*f  f  Simon Leiser & Co.* Ltd.  Dunamulr Ave.,  Cumberland  "Wallpaper   >  Paints  ;'..������������������'..  Varnish  Oils' Etc, J  "' . ' tiimIIfhe   .  M ��������� ,   ,      ���������  The Magiiet Cagh Store.  --      T. E, Bate^ Cumberland.  :>  1 ���������'*'        , -   ".  ��������� -���������      :%. *  THE "CORNER STORE I  Our Summer  Suits are   at  hand.     Quality and Prices  , are Right,  The  following  goods   have  arrived  and are ih  the best  of condition:  Laees and Embroideries,  Ginghams, Prints, Vestings,  Summer Dress Goods, Etc.  .>*?  J. N. McLEGD,  Dunsmuir Ave.    ' ���������      a*  Cumberland ' ��������� 4>  V9<f^*f9#������^<������9<i9*f?*9*������99#9<999999^������9*������^  OF COMMERCE:  1 ���������>  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  V AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BRER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of-  Wines and Liquors.  Plftc������ your Xmas orders for Shortbread, Fruit Cake  and  Fruit Loaf NOW. * '  SECOND    STREET  Hospital Board Meets. I Baby Show in  Cumberland Hall.  i  Tho Annual mooting of th* U. &  0, Honpitnl Board wrb held in the  council  chambers   on   Saturday  evening lust.   The secretary rend  the annual report,' which was of a  very satisfactory nature, tho income of tho hoHpifal being considerably In excoRB of any previous  your,   the olectlon of officers for  tho eiifliiing  ycqir wna proceeded  1 with, Mr.   W.   Lawrence   being  toted to the chair,  and J. Wier  noting as Beoretary,   The roHiilta  wo������-e ns follown:--l,re6ident,   *T,  Ahramn; Viee-President, W.  W.  WillRrd; Treasurer, L,  Monnce;  Secretary, F. Dalby.  Ihnrdof Directors;���������Dr. (ill-  leajiio, 0. Parnham, T. Bennett,  6, Magnoiii. A, VvViher,  The boiitd Im Ut ocMiloiiip3������-  tion tho erection of a 18,000 ad*  ditiun to tliH present structtiro.  The Colliery Company wan ten.  ������Urc4 ft veto of   fhvtVt   for   t?������������.  I yoar*i frw supply of coal. '  Mr, Tt Bieklo was tendered a  ���������ote.of tluinki for his sorvtcos at  ono of the directors for-..the pai������t  ������ year.   Mr. Blulcle did not offer  for ro-oloctlonV  Selections from an Easter cantata, will bo a musical feature in  tbeuemeo in tho Methodist church  next Sunday evening.  WiltOHnton is home  Enter vacation.  on  Johnson Brothers, representing the Northwest Photo Co., of  Seattle, who ure expert home  portrait photographers and make  a specialty of children's pictures  iu the hoine and who arc origin*  ators of baby shows, have arrived  here trom Nanaimo, where they  conducted a baby show during  last December and January,  They will uow conduct a baby  show In the Cumberland  Hall,  and will offer prizes, which will  be exhibited later), for the most  popular baby in Cumberland up  to and including five years of age,  the pictures to be exhibited  iu  tlie .Cumberland Hall, beginning  uext Monday, April 17th, and  will be conducted under the following rules:���������First, the pictures  to be shown iu the Hall only by  the consent of the parents, second, the pictures wtil be taken  ; and proofs shown and exhibited  tree ot charge; third, those desiring photos finished from proofs  will make such arrangement with  the photographer.  The arrangement of this  contest will be explained in the  ! Cumberland Hall and in the city  pipers Inter, The children's  pictures shown will be entirely  under the direction of Johnson  Brothers, after the regular moving picture show, and will uot in  auy wy interfere with rhe rfgn-  v^ lar programme, simply be udded  to it without extra charge.  FAREWELL SERMON'  ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH  Rev. D. McGillivray. pastor of  St. Cieorge's Presbyterian church  for the past five years and a half,  will preach his farowell sermon  on uext Sunday evening, Mr,  McUillivmy will leave shortly for  Nova "Scotia, his native province.  The reverend gentleman will bo  greatly misse'd by his congrega-  tion. to whom he has ministered  so successfully, also tlio comma-  nitv at large, for ho' is a "kindly  man and tin able preacher,  Mr. Ardley, of Victoria, son-in-  law of Air. W, MatbeWBou of Comox, succeeds Mr, Ball hi the  grocery department of the Big  Store, Mr. Ball having accepted a  position wituMePheoeV Morrison,  Courtenay, B, 0,  MOVING PICTURE FILMS  SIR EDMUND WALKER; CV.'o",'LliiO.; b.C.U PrikaiOEKT  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager ~.  ;������������������-���������>���������.-:  CAPITAU.- $10,000,000  REST, -,$7,000,000  The PilBoner.Brewing Co., has  anmlgnmatod with the B. 0, Brew*  cries, limited, .  Mr, G. AV, Clinton left last  Wednesday for Victoria, and it)  expected to return on Tuesday of  this weolc,  Endorsedbythe Ministers.  A high testimonial to the value  of moving pictures as a wholesome means of entertainment and  education was giveu iu Providence, R.I., by well-known pas  tors, at a meeting of the National  Religious Educational Association, Rev. W Arthur Deitrick,  pastor of the First Congregational  Church, of Peabody, Mass, was  the principal champion of the  motion pictures, and he gave an  exhibition to the members, Rev,  Mr Deitrick scored the tendency  which he said he noticed on the  part of some people to condemn  motion pictures 11s undesirable,  and showed how, as ati education  al force they could not be beaten'.  He was warmly seconded iu his  efforts by Rev. Herbert B. Jump,  D.D., pastor of the New Britain,  Conn., Congregational church,  He went into the question of cost  and showed that a good moral  show of three good reels could be  produced for the nominal price of  15c, The pictures shown at the  City Hall have all passed inspection by the New York board of  ceiisots, which is composed of one  minister of the gospel, one able  jurist, aud one professional man.  On Saturday evening  Washington Irving's great drama "Rip  THE SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $1 and<  upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates. Thcri.is" tic*  delay.in withdrawing: the whole or any portion of.the deposit. Smalt,  deposits are welcomed. 234  Accounts may b������ opened in the names of two or more persons, to be  operated by any one of the number or. by the survivor. A joint account  of this kind saves expense in establishing the ownership of the money  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide lur  his wife, or.for others depending upon him, in the event of his death.  CUMBERLAND Bit AN OH W. T. WHITE, Mnmig������r  .i_-i -Ui.u.iLi���������l������y  produced by the Taunhauser Co.  It is splendidly interpreted by  talented actors, beautifully staged  and the settings display artistic  detail, their silent eloquence adding tojthe power of the pantomimic action of the characters.  Miss Dingwall will leave by  Wednesdiiy'h boat to spend her  Easter vacation out of town.  Baby Contest at City Hall  Result of vote to date:���������  NO.      ' TOTAL VOTIIS  Mrn J. R.Hill, wife of Man-  agor Hill of Cumberland Hull  Moving Picture Show, und their  , 1 'it.   ...   ���������,,..,.;.���������._.,_   f������iv>>\   fit***  l\\o ciufiicti, %ii*t.m   *������u..������   v������v^-.  tehmi, B, Ci on Sumiiiy last.  Van Winkle," will be shown as  Wo would draw attention to the  Colliery Company'** notice,'.ro the  dumping of rubbish on their  lands. If this is rmforced-and  we know tho company will see  that it is, it "will go a long wny toward reducing the uhances of con  taglou brouplit nbout hy the filthy  lumps that adorn the dices of <mir  public thoroughfares,  '-���������'��������������������������� ������������������ ��������������� ������������������'������'*������  ������������������  A collection will he taken on  next pay-day for Joe Peroui, who  hns boon ill' wince hint AngnM.  Mr, Peronl has a wifo and family.  i  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  ��������� 1 ������ *��������� ��������� ��������� t ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������������������������������� 3  ��������� ������  W   t    ISO*    ���������<������������������   it S*  ..............ISS  ��������� ��������� ��������� * *���������������������������������������������������   ��������������������������� \J������  ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������1���������a ��������� t ��������� it        *o  ������ ��������� ��������� f * ������ 9tt ���������; ������������������1������     I7  t������������1 M������.ji 11. ��������� -^33  ���������   S   s   t    *  t  *������������������*���������������������������   *     2^D  tf������*   ttttat  t������������s   I*)l  tS*������*������������t|*|ft������ 20  6  t  9 1 1 * ��������� ���������  ��������� ������ ��������� t  ���������������������������������������������<*������������������'*  13  Ladies Hospital Auxiliary will  give a supper in Cumbetlaud  Hall ou the evening of ^.pril payday,  M.rVB. W. Bailey, of Vjuicou-  couvui'. arrived   111   the  city   <">  Thursday lest, on '���������  v'H,t   r"  '"*r  parent Mr, nml Mr*. J. li. Gray.  -A petition to,thn Minister of  Lands and Works, requesting, that  a r������ad< bo ���������constructed from Cum  borland, to Duvo Creek, has  been  placed In thii ofllco for signatures,  Mr.J.T. E, Palmer and Mr,  A. B. Boyer will leave for Van-  eonver on Wednesday, to hjieml  their Uaster vacation Mr, Palmer will not return alone,  ������ 1  <a> i     mi. 11.������  A.J. Morley  was  reeleeted  mayor of Victoria ou Saturday  1 la*t, by a large majority.  OUR SPRING FURNISHINGS (  vnp OT.M  ���������we     **m* #���������������       *t.t**im*t**^g **'  * #  Emlmuuisall that in ntiwent.  best and correct,   Wo  wimt yon to call and limpoot them���������-the very latent in  Spring and Easter appnri'1 fur careful dreaders.  SPRING SUITS  We havo the handiwork of OhohIii'b forento6t clothes  makers, (idiom! from seli-e'teil ICngllih tintlSeot.h  fabrleo.   Suits that will m<.nMire up to every man's  particular vctjultwjnent,  We invite ymi to li<nk now whether you buy or not.  THE FIT-RITE STORE  ii... ..���������i-i��������� ��������� ������������������iins.ii .i..i,i.,n.���������. ���������.ilii���������M������������������iiiii,iii..i1  Gappbel! Bf cs  cirK^Lii-orjtyjgj/J i: trm&TVkm>.VKTTs  ��������� ���������:->.���������r| ���������   ,���������!������������������,"���������  THE  NEWS.   CUMBEBtAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Riverman  By STEWART  EDWARD  WHITE  C**yri������ht. 1908. by ths MeClore Com-  puiy    Copyright. 1907, 1908. by  Stcwwl Kdwsrd Whits  (Continued.)  Chapter^  18  mother at first, and she feels very  strongly. Oh, It Isn't you. dear; It's  the notion that I can care for anybody  but ber. You see. she's been used to  the other Idea ao Von.: that I suppose  It seemed u part of the universe to her.  She'll get .used to it after a little, but  It takes time."  he led her.  "This thins has got to quit," said be  grimly.  A carriage rolled near and discharged its 6ingle pussenger ou the pavement.  "it's Gerald!" cried Carroll.  The young man. catching sight of  Orde examined  her face anxiously,    them,   picked   his   way   dulutily   and  NEW AMERICAN BREED  OF DAIRY CATTLE  IN the course nf the happy moments  he had. alone with Carroll, Orde  arrived ut a more intimate plane  of   conversation   with   her.     He  came to an'.understanding;'of her unquestioning acceptance of Mrs. Bishop's attitude.    Carroll  truly  believed  that none but herself could perform  ifor her mother the various petty offices ���������  ithat lady demanded from her uext of  kin and that her practical slavery was  due by every consideration of "filial affection.   In his hotel room he brooded  !oyer  the   state   of  affairs   until   his  thoughts took ji very gloomy tinge indeed.   To begin with, in spite of his  mother's assurance  he  had  no faith  in his own cause.    His acquaintance  i with   CarroSl   was   but   an   affair   of  months,   and   their   actual   meetings  comprised incredibly few days.   Orde  was naturally humble minded.   It did  not seem conceivable to him that he  could win her without a ,long courtship.   And superadded was the almost  Intolerable weight of Carrcll's ideas as  to her domestic duties.  Nevertheless, at the very moment  when he had made up his mind that it  i would be utterly useless even to ln-  'dnlge In hope for some years to come.  be spoke.   It came about suddenly and  entirely without premeditation.  The two hgd escaped for a breath of  ���������ir late in the evening. Following the  conventions, they merely strolled to the"  end of the block and back, always  within sight of. the house. Carroll was  in a tired and pensive mood. She held  ber head back, breathing deeply.  "It's only a little strip, but it's the  stars," saidi she, looking tip to the sky  between the bouses. "They're so quiet  aud calm.and big."      ;  She-seemed- to~Orde~~for~theTfiTst"  time like a little girl. A wave of tenderness lifted Orde from his feet. He  leaned over, his breath coming quickly.  "Carroll!" he said.  She shrank back.  "No, no! You mustn't!" she cried.  She did not pretend to misunderstand.  "It's life or death with me," he said.  "I must not!" she cried, fluttering  like a bird. "I promised myself long  ago that 1 must always, always take  care of mother." . \  "Please, please, dear," pleaded Orde.  lie had nothing more to sny than this,  just the simple Incoherent symbols of  pleading, but In such crises it is rather  the soul than the tongue thnt speaks.  His hand met hers and closed' about it,  "Don't you care for me, dear?" asked  Orde very gently.  "I have no������rlg!ir to toll you thntt" answered sue. "1 have tried, oh, so hard,  to keep you from Raying this, for I  knew I had no right to hear you."  "You do caro for me!" he cried.  They   had , mounted  tlm  steps and  stood just within the vestibule.  ."Carroll." cried Orde, "tell mo that  you love me! Tell me that you'll marry  me!"  "It would kill mother if I should  leave her," hIio snld sadly.  "Rut yon must marry mo," plcnded  Orde. "Wo nro mndo for each other.  God meant Ub for each other."  "It would have to be after n great  mnny years." b|iu Hold doubtfully.  "Good night. Como to tne tomorrow."  She (dipped Inside tit** half open door.  Ordo turned away and walked up  tho street, his eyes ho blinded hy the  grooter glory Hint ho all but ran down  nn Inoffensive passerby. Then ns tho  first offorvoHcoiieo died a more gloomy  view of the situation came uppermost.  To his heated Imagination, tho deadlock Hoeniod complete. Carroll's .devotion to whnt she considered her duty  appeared unbreakable. And (lion his  fighting blood Htirgod hack'to his heart.  Tho fovcr of tho argument courHod  through his veins nil that long night  until daylight found lilm weary and  fovored. By a tremendous effort hi������ re-  strained himself Irom going over to  Ninth street until tho mlddlo of tho  morning,  Ho entored the drawing room to find  her seated nt tho pliiiio.   lilt* heart  bounded.   Sho did not look tip until ho  stood almost nt  her shoulder,   Then  alio  turned  nnd   held  out  both   her  hnndii.  "Il   ia   Uu   UK1,   .hick."   bill*   uuiii.     "1  rnre for ymi too much.   1  will marry  you whenever you sny,"  Two bright red spots burned ou her  cheeks; her eyes flashed with a nervous animation. ��������� >  She smiled up at him.  "We have to pay for the good things  in life, don't we. dear? And they are  worth It. Wo must not be too impatient. Now, let's enjoy the day."  At 5 o'clock Orde took her back to  her doorstep.  This went on several days.  Orde saw that the strain was beginning to tell. Carroll's worried expression grew from day to day.  Prom Gerald at his club Orde sought  more intimate news of what was going  ��������� on. '. -,  Little by little Orde's eager questions drew but the truth of the situation. Mrs. Bishop had shut herself  up In a blind and Incredible obstinacy,  whence she sallied with floods of complaints, tears, accusations, despairs, reproaches, vows, hysterics���������all the battery of the woman misunderstood. If  Carroll undertook to say anything the  third word would start her mother off  into one of her long and hysterical  tirades.   Her child had disobeyed her  "I will,marry you whenever you say." __  And as a climax she had assumed the  impregnable position of a complete  prostration, wherein she demanded the  minute aire of an:invalid in the crisis  of a disorder. The mere mention of  the subject nearest Carroll's heart  brought the feeble complaint:  "Do you]want to kill*meV"  The  only; scrap  of  victory   to   be  snatched from .this stricken field was  the. fact:that.Carroll insisted on going  to   meet   her   lover  every   afternoon.  Though he :fretted under the tyranny,  Orde could ,see nothing which could  ______  long  relleveT~the situaflon~~save~~hls  withdrawal. He had already  overstayed his visit Important affairs  connected with his work demanded  his attention. He had the comfort of  Carroll's love assured.  The morning after he had reached  this conclusion he again met Gerald  at the gymnasium.  "Orde," said Gerald suddenly, "I'm  worried about Carroll. Mother has  commenced ������ bothering her again. It  wasn't so bad us'long as she stuck to.  daytime, but now she's taken to prowling in a dozen times a night. I hear  their,voices for an hour or so at a  time. I'm afraid It's beginning to wear  on Carroll more than you realize."  "Thank you," sold Orde briefly and  departed,  At his hotel Orde found a telegram.  He did not open it until he had reached  his own room. It was from home,  urging his Immediate return for tho  acceptance of somo contracted work.  "To h��������� with the contracted work!"  he muttered Biivugoly and, calling a  bellboy, seut an answer" very much to  that effect.  Ho wns. Interrupted by a knock on  the door.  "Come in!" ho called without turning  his head.  He heard the door open and shut.  After a moment ho looked around.  KendrlcU Bishop atodd watching him.  Orde looked nt him curiously and snw  thnt lie wns suffering from an Intenso  excitement.    His  leisurely toward them  "1 have brought." said he, "a carriage, and 1 wish you would both do  me the favor to accompany me on a  short excursion."  The three-Carroll and Orde somewhat bewildered ��������� took their seats.  After an interval the carriage drew  up opposite a hrowustone dwelling.  The three were ushered by n discreet  and elderly maid luto-a little square  reception room.  "1 have brought you here, among  other purposes, to hear from me a little brief wisdom drawn from experience and the observation of life." Gerald began, nddresslug his expectant  and curious guests. "That wisdom  is briefly this: There comes a time in  the affairs of every household when a  man must assert himself as the ruler.  In all the details he may depend on  the woman's judgment, experience and  knowledge, but when lt;comes.to the'  big crises, where life is deflected Into  one channel or the other, then, unless  theNman does the deciding, he is lost  forever aud his happiness and the  happiness of those who depend on  bim. This is.abstruse, but 1 come to  the particular application shortly."  "This' may be all very true. Gerald."  said Orde. "but 1 fall to see why you  have brought us to this strange house  to tell it."  "In a moment." replied Gerald.  "Have patience. Believing that thoroughly, I have coiue in the last twenty-four hoars to a decision."  ��������� He produced a paper and a package  Irom his inside pocket.  "I have here.".he went on suddenly,,  'marriage papers duly made out In  this package is a plain gold ring. In  the next room 'Is' waiting by prear-  langement a very good friend of mine  tn the clergy. Personally I am at your  disposal."  He looked at tbem expectantly.   .  "Tbe ver_y thing!"  "Oh. no!" cried Orde and Carroll In  unison.  Ten minutes later the three passed  through the door into the back apartment  They found waiting a young clergyman with two young girls. At the  sight of Carroll these latter rushed forward and overwhelmed her with ea-  dearments.     ~ In" fifteen" minutes" the" "little"party"  separated amid a chatter of congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Orde drove  away.  Ga the improvement of dairy breeds  by selection, environment feed, etc.,  Ci>r the greater utility to the dairy j  fanner, two characteristics should be  placed foremost, writes W. H. Jenkins in Hoard's Dairyman. These are  performance and constitution or vitality, nnd after these "beauty and  symmetry of form. ' The history of  this new American breed���������the Columbian���������breeders' of dairy cattle will do  woll to study closely and. learn its lessons. About thirty years ago Anson  Gregory was keeping.a herd of native-  cattle on his farm In- Otsego ,county,\  N. Y. Ho noticed that one cow iu his  herd gave more and richer milk than  the others, and he raised her heifer  calves year after year. - Mr. Gregory  wanted a sire from a different herd,  and he bought a' line back, its dam being his neighbor's best cow. Mr. Gregory's best cow was bred to ��������� the liiio  back bull for several yearsxand a  strain of line back cattle whs established. -   ���������   "' .".*  Mr. Gregory's two sons were now  grown to manhood, and they took up  NADRU-CO Headache Wafers  stop the meanest, nastiest, most persistent headaches in half an  hour or less. We guarantee that they contain no opium,  morphine or other poisonous drugs. 25c. a box at your druggists',  or by mail from 29  NatUul Drag sad Chamtcsl Co. of Canada, limited.    ,.     ���������     ���������     .  INFLUENZA  CATARRHAL FEVER  PINK EYE ���������,  *  EPIZOOTIC  DISTEMPER  CHRONIC COUGHS  Booklet "Dlstempsr;'Causes, Cure shd'PreTention," FREE. ��������� Ajldrtts-������  gluts, hM-nesR dealers. II and 50c s bottle. IU and M a doren.   DlstritV  ttUWS-ALL WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,  8P0HN MEDICAL CO., Qo������h������n, Indians, U. ���������. A.  A new distinctive breed of American dairy cattle has been named  the Columbian. Tho bull shown  herewith, Miles Standlsh, Is owned  by F. L. Gregory, Otsego county,  N. Y., whose father originated tho  breed.  (To be continued.)  lie tAtnt tram the  room.  0ItDIC found n  note nt the hotel  |   ihe next day asking .Mm to bo  In  Washington ni-mire at half  past 2, Carroll met lilm with a  bright smile.  "Thing* aren't quite right nt home,"  ���������ho said. "It \m h great shock to poor  frame .trembled  convulsively; his  lips were white;  his face went red  and pnle bytums.  "You've got to  lot my mother  alone," ho managed to say Anally, "You've  brought hor to  the point of  death, You're  hounding hor to  hor grave."  Orde thought to  catch the echo of  quota tio ii In  tht*He. jyords.   ,, ,  "What do you  want mo to do?" asked Ordo nftor a  moment of thought.  "Go away," cried Kcndrlck.  "1 cannot do that"  T<"nivMM"'*������ fni'n n<-n**TY\������i1  n  IMfl riftl-  lor, nnd his eyes seemed to turn hlnck  with excitement. Trembling in ovory  11 inli, but without hesitation, ho ad-  viuiml on Orde, drew a short riding  whip from beneath htn cont urn) slushed the young mau across iho face.  Onlp looked steadily at the boy. Once  again Kendrlck hit, raised his arm for  the third time, hesitated. Ills lips  writhed, nnd thon, with a sob, he Hint  tho-little whip from hlin mid burst  from the room.  "Vnnr yotinpafer'" Orde murmured.  The nest day Carroll came to him  with hurried, nervoua mopn, her iinhuI- i  ly pale cheeks mount lng danger signals of Humlng red, her eyes swimming.  Orde did not attempt as yet to draw  from her the cause of this unusual  agitation. A pink bench stood between two dense bu*hes, screened  from oil directions save one.   To this  Louise Colet and the Fever,  Louise Colet, the French poet, novelist and general writer, was born nt  Aix, in Provence, in 1810. She was  better known in life than to posterity  not only by her writings, but from  various little incidents with which sho'  wao connected. One of the most trying w<is when she intended to winter  in the islo of Ischin, in the Gulf of"  Naples, No sooner, was she established in this sea girt "auburn" thnn nn  epidemic broke out. The pooplo  thought it must be the stranger who  hilcl brought the trouble. . She waa  threatened" and narrowly escaped  death by the devotion of a friend who  got her away in a yacht. Strange n������  it may seem, when the "tenth,muse"  hnd 4eft the island, tho fever disappeared.  Australia's Timbers,  An industry thnt' is '.making rnpld  development in Australia is the hard*  wood timber business, ��������� That thia  should be so ���������[������ not surprising, for  Austrnliim timbers ��������� of; which thero  is an nlniost endless'.variety, running  from some of the finest hatdwmul  down.to woods of the finest grniii or  doss���������nre most admirably suit������d for  nlniost any purpose.'. West Australia,  Now South Wales, Tasmania, nml  Queensland nre the states most lo thu  fore in this connection, unci although  until recently very little hint been  done-to cultivate a foreign trade,  thouo interested nre now. taking steps  thnt must inevitably end hy Austra-  liu coming into prominence with Urn  business uh with others,  the work of improving their new  breed of cattle by selection. They  continued the work-of Improvement by  selection, feediug, etc., uutiil they owned animals with a record of considerably over 500 pounds of butter in  one year.  Their type of cows being now established, three years ago the name Columbian was given these cattle under  a charter from the state, and the Columbian Cattle Breeders' association  was" organized-wit li-flvemembers.   The best and largest herd of Columbians is now owned by C. O. Gregory  and his father on the farm where the'  breed originated. They have thirty-  three cows. Some of the Columbian  cattle wero exhibited at local fairs in  New York this year, hut very few'of  this new butter breed have been offered for sale.  The Columbians so far have mado  good records as a butter breed of cattle, nnd thoro seems to be good reu-  8ons for believing they will take a  permanent place among the standard  dairy breeds.  WHEN IT COMES TO  PAPER BAGS and  MATCHES  VYY are   everywhers with ths   stsndsrd fit.  Piper and Matches ars sur specialties.    Let us  knsw yaur wants���������ws'll d������ the rest,     ',.  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Good Individuality, backed hy  several generations of good ancestry*  will insure prepotency with almost unfailing certainty whero, tho owes aro  Buitublo and mnhngomont correct,  Great attention should bo paid to tho  ram's geucral contour, Ills structure  should bo (inn and massive, with a  broad, spacious jjreast, no disproportionate length of legs and well formed  aud fully developed quarters, especially tho hindquarters, Ills loin should  ho stout and well Unit, his foaturos  hold, and n nuiHouliir neck Is desirable.  A bold and courageous: oye and car-  rlago nro Indlootlvo of spirit aiid vigor.  Ills head should he long, but rather  small aud well molded,  Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd.  CALGARY  WINNIPEG ���������  REGINA  The Largest Printers' Supply House in Canada.  We Carry in StocK Cylinder. Presses, Job Presses,  Paper Cutters, Type and Material. Can Fill  Orders for Complete Equipment from our StocK.  We are the Largest Ready Print Publishers in  the West. 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Tho Fronch novelist  Huymniins also did bo, but lie did not  rornuin in the monastery very long,,  because his conception of tho rulig*  loiia life differed from that of, tho  monks, It was bin pleasant habit to  sally forth in evening i.rcss with a<  flower in his buttonhole to dino in  town and to return, charioted sometimes hy Uacchuu, to knock the monks  up in the umuli nours ot uiu morning,  Tlicy did i������vl 113/flJu!, uiu) so, iht-Utfli  they had the highest regard for their  Kuesl's literary gifts, thoy suggested  tliat a nrivato hotul would suit hi*  way oi life hotter thnn.a convent.      i  Parental AiiUt-ncs,  Ramos���������When I was young my mother always used to sing mo to sleep  at night,  Bhcad-rYos; women nre good at fhat i  sort of thing, but It take* the father's voica to waku u fellow up in thttj*^  morning. ���������  laolot* 8lok Animals,  Keep ailing stork In ii plnee nrnrt  wliore you can glvo It uni-ucIiiI caro.  In thlM wny you mny mm* the sick  and not run tho risk of Infecting tho  healthy.  Star Fixing.  "Do tho stars have to bo repaired,  paf"  "I never heard tliat they did. Whero ,  did you got that idea?"  "I  have been rending about fixed  nUu, au - I auppoaoi that douuibody '.  had to fix tbem/' .  The Swineherd.  Itooia nnd ollmonl ahould havo  a nlaca'iu tho brood bow's ration.1 ���������.,.."  A good brood sow Is n I ways  worth much more than tho market, price 'of pork.  Fi'.ll !,.,i*;'1d !"*���������*���������'������ prot'.'.'fc better  ltttern nnd nrif more quint nt furrowing tlmo thnn thoHo that aro -I  Immature. ' ���������'*$  Tlio IliHt mouth of a pig's llfo  dotormlnoH In a largo tnpnsuro  the profit with which It will bo  grown. $  It is*n' wretched piece of husl- <fl>  now to compel hogs to cat their X  food In the mud. A small food- <|  lng Moot* will hood pay for Itself, %  Prjod blood mon 1 Is n vnlunblo <|  nt tion for hn^n.   ft nnt only .mip*  %  | d> piles them wllh nn nhnndnneo of 4  \m prorofn, hut net* nn rt ro_julntor. J  Factory  ���������and Offices:  HAMILTON,  ONT.  We are supplying the Larg-  ^ * est users of Counter Check  LOltipany, V Books in Canada with our  r ���������     ��������� /   ������  A "IMPERIAL BOOKS."  Limited.   .  APPLEFORD COUNTER  CHEQK BOOK  COMPANY, LIMITED,  (Not In the Trust.)  J'  3"  No Difference to the Hem  Tlio Koxton of n small church raises  a .few ehickeiiH in a umuli enclosure  in hi������ back yard. Tlie eggs of thoso  Ihi huIIii to somo ��������� iiiiiinberH of tlie  church. On a Snturday ono of his  customers nuked him if he could  spare a doxen'oggs within the next  two or threo days.  "Oh, yoH, ma'nni," replied the nex-  ton,. "I'll bring yon a dozen fresh  oni'H tomorrow morning."  "Oh, no," protested tho housewife."  '���������'I, should not want you to bring thorn  .    n..,.. 1.,,.   ' ...,��������� i    ��������� .. >.,,,,-���������,.     Tr1M. '���������  |   "Well, repliwl    John,    "nil    rip;h������,  ma'nm, if, you say so; but it don't  'mako no difference to tho hens."  of digestion.  Z Never buy n brood sow with  j> short leim nnd short, chunky  |> body. She niunt havo big feed-  2 lng capacity In order to produe������  % plenty of milk.  94+->t+ll*P    <Mt*-W4-Mi^****>  Lawyers Dewure  A young man jit Oxford, who is nm  '. '    , ,       , . t     ���������        r   , /    * t        'I       ,  (conversing with a friend, touching the  ; probabilities of success, when tho latter wns moved to tnke a pessimistic  view of tho situation.  "Don't you," ho f.8ked, "ever dc-  spuir of gaining a good    practice nt  'the law*"  "1 do not," wan the ������������������confident ;re.  sponne of the young disciple of RlncV,  MOIl!'.  "At least you will admit/" went on  the other, "thnt tlio profescion is- nl*  luidv overcrowded."  "Ctrhnps it i������," responded the  youth. "AH tho same, I prop#s������ to  go in for law, and those who nro al-  nruly in tin* ������������������n>S<-*.iun vsiU Isavu lu  tnkj their chance."  A cheerful mind is noil only disposed tn be affable, uiul obliging, hut  raises tlie same good humor in those  who como within Its influence, A  man finds himself pleased, he does,  not know why, with tho cheerfulness"  of his companion. It is like a sudden sunshine that awakens n secret  delight in tho mind, without her attending to It. Tho heart rejoices of  its own accord/ and naturally flows  out into friendship and benevolence  toward tho person who has ho kindly  nn effect upon it, ���������-Addison.  * '���������!  W. N, U., No, 134. <���������;-  "tf:  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  1 ������&-*������sI  mm  YEAST CAKES  MOST PERFECT MADE  We know and users of Royal Yeast Cakes know that these  are the best goods of the kingpin the World. Bread made with  Royal Yeast will keep moist and fresh longer than that made with  any other.   Do not experiment���������there is no other "just as good."  Winnipeg  No.t_  K. W OILLRTT OO. LTD. Toronto, Cnt.  Awarded highest honor* at all Kiposltlone.  Montreal  + ,    p<l"^ssir''<r������'iyvr>4AMUn**/i"  MADE IN CANADA  v^ww^������*^ivvvr*vj*rt>cut������,*wtti>  ^&+*\unjr*ns**+tu%ra%k\  . "Take your needle, my child, and  work at your pattern; it will come out  a rose by-and-by." Life is like that  ���������one stitch nt a time taken patiently and .the pattern will come out all  right like tho embroidery.  HIS OLD AGE MADE  FREE FROM SUFFERING  BY GIN PILLS  "I am ovpr 80 years of age and have  ' been' suffering with Kidney nnd Bladder Trouble for fifteen years. I took  doctors' medicine but got no help. I  want to thank you for sending me  the sample box pf GIN PILLS.,  I' have taken six boxes of GIN  r PILLS altogether but got relief before  I hud taken near that amount. I had  to , get up somti nights every fifteen  minutes and use an instrument before I could urinate.  Now, I can lie in bed four or five  hours without getting up.   I can say  that GIN  PILLS have nearly  cured  me and I shall always keep a box in  ��������� the house." - .  W. H. PIERCE.  Do ns Mr. Pierce did���������write us for  free sample box of GIN PILLS and  see for yourself just^how much they  will do for you���������then buy the regular size boxes at your dealer's���������50c.  or 6 boxes for $2.50. GIN PILLS are  sold with a positive guarantee of  money back if they ��������� fail to give  prompt relief. National Drug and  Chemical Co., Dept., N. U., Toronto. 51  In Sweet Accord  Seeing two navvies indulging in a  heated argument, ;t clergyman approached and asked of one of them,  "Why cannot you both be of the same  mind?"  "We are," replied the man in corduroys.  "But you were arguing," protested  the clerical.  "But we are both of the same  mind," replied the other. It's like  this. I've gotva fiver and he thinks  he ain't* a-going to get art, and I  think the same as 'im."������ , ���������  BABY'S OWN TABLETS     '"-���������  FOR    ALL   BABIES  "You don't mako very good "music  with that instrument," said the innocent bystander to tlie man behind the  boss  drum,   as the  band  ceased  to  ploy.  "No," admitted Ihe dram pounder,  "but I drown a heap of bad."  ShifohbCi/rv  ������������������tatty stsfa ee-Wks, tsars* ���������Ms, asale  ma SmsI mm blags. -ST.  ' Experts on the/witness stand have  contributed much to the gayety of nations.  The cheapness of Mother Graves' Worm  "Exter*ninator~p������t8~it~'withinTeach_of-"ull;  and it can be got at any druggist's.  When .two women get into an argument it becomes a continuous performance.  Mlnard's   Liniment  Cures  Garget   In  Cows  In making love, or playing cards,  much depends upon the hands you  hold.  Every mother of young children  should keep a,- box of Baby's Own  Tablets in the house. No other medicine has relieved so many little ones  of the ailments that afflict them as  have Baby's Own Tablets���������no other  medicine can be given baby with that  absolute, sureness of safety'as can  these Tablets. The mother 'has' the  guarantee of ��������� a Government analyst  that they do not contain a particle" of  those harmful drugs,that make those  so-called "soothing" stuffs so 'dangerous to"tne life of the little one. The  Tablets never fail to be of benefit.  Concerning them Mrs. Jno. A. Albert,  Caraquet, N.B., writes*���������"I am happy  to state that I have, used Baby's Own  Tablets for constipation for my two  children with great satisfaction." The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  or at 25 cents a box from The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  * Too Frank "'���������  "We need brains in this business  'young man." . .  ���������  "You needrt't   tell   me   that,   sir.  Your business shows it." ��������� _  Her' Methods  Varied  After the third addition to the family it became necessary to. secure the  services of a permanent nurse.  ~"N6���������my~liu"sb"an~d ~ is"vef y^articuT  lar whom I engage as a nurse," said  the mistress to a girl who had applied for the position. "Ho wishes  me to go into the most minute details  about your qualifications. Do you  know how to prepare food? Can you  sew ond mend? Do you mind sitting  up late at night? Are you faithful  and devoted, and have you sa kind,  loving disposition?   Will you "  "Excuse me, ma'am; am I to take  enre of the baby or your husband?"  Deafness Cannot Be Cured  by local applications, u thry rsnnot reach the dls*  eased portion of the ear. there la ouly one way to  cure dealnejo, and that la by conatltutlonal remedies.  Deatn.sa la caiiaod by an Inflamed condition ol the  mucoiiH lining of the Eustachian Tube. When UiU  tube 13 inflamed you have a rumbling: sound or Imperfect hoarliu.. and when It la entirely closed, Deafness Is tlio result, and unlesa the Inflammation can be  taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will bs destroyed forever; nine cases  out of ten are caused by Catarrh, which la nothing  but an Inflamed condition of the mueous surfaces.  We will Rive One Hundred Dollars tor any ease of  Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured  by Hall's Catarrh Cure. 'Send for circulars, Ire*.  T. 1. CHENEY il CO.. TsMdo, O.  Sold by DruMlfU, 7Je.  Tak* Hall's VauiIlT Pills for ������������*ail������atl*s.  Probably more men would strive to  reach heaven if the preachers could  convince them that all the popular  songs were in the other place,  Mothers Value This Oil.���������Mothers who  know how suddenly croup may seize their  children and how necessary prompt action is in applying relief, always keep  at hand a supply of Dr. Thomas' Bclec-  tric Oil, because experience has taught  them that there is no better preparation  to be had for the treatment of this ailment. And they are wise, for its various  ���������uses-reBder-itla-valuBbl6"-inedi-;inerr_"~  Occasionally a girl insists on going  to college for one term so that she  can talk of her college- education.  Never judge a man by the big diamond in his shirt front; he may.have  married an actress.  .  Here's a tip, young man. Convince  a girl that she shouldn't love you,  und she will,  FARM HINTS  Varied  Items of Interest to the  Farming Community.  POULTRY  The following rules will be good  ones to apply in connection with  handling eggs on a co-operative basis;  that is, where. the community is-  thickly settled enough for a good  'number to be shipped:  A number of co-operative egg-producing associations are now in operation throughout the state and have  been unusually successful in securing  for the members of the association a  satisfactory premium over ordinary  store eggs. We> recently noted the  rules of one of these associations. In  the thought that they would be of interest to poultrymen generally, we  reproduce them herewith.  The eggs must not bo over 7 days  old at any time when delivered at the  receiving place. They must be  brought in at least once every week  in winter and in hot weather they  must be brought in twice a week.  The eggs must .be tuken in from  tho hen house, twice a day.  All eggs must be clean and of a  uniform" size. No small or overly  large eggs must be accepted.  As soon' as gathered the eggs should  bo stamped and placed in the cartons  and kept in a cool place until delivered.   A cellar is all right if not too  i clamp or musty.  1 -Brown eggs shall be put in one  carton and white in another and each  carton so .marked.  Stamp every egg with your number  .stamp so that the number shows up  when the eggs are in the carton. Put  the egg in the filler cornerwise and  not straight up and down.  Your number stamp" should be  stamped on the right side.on top of  the carton and the color stamp on the  left side.  Don't use too much ink in stamping. It might work through the shell,  only a light mark is necessary. Try  your stamp on paper first.  Don't .wash., the eggs. That takes  off the glaze. Keep nest, boxes and  floors clean and well bedded with  clean straw. Use a cloth to wipe the  eggs if necessary.  Don't allow,broody,hens to sit on  the eggs.   Close them up separately. ���������  Keep the small cockerels away from  the hens when large enough. It is  best to keep the large roosters away  also when it can be done.  Don't gut in any small.or pullet  eggs. Use them at home. Also all  odd shaped or shotted eggs. They  are just as good for use at home.  Don't put in any eggs from .hidden  nests, or eggs you are not absolutely  sure of.  Remember that you will be held  responsible for the quality of all the  eggs you sell._ If^_you sel_L any _bad_  "eggs they willbe traced back "to you  and charged up double price. Anyone who uses dishonest methods with  us will be immediately dropped from  the association.  We have been paying and expect to  pay several cents a. dozen over the  regular market price for caso eggs.  We keep just enough to cover necessary expenses and to put a little into  a reserve fund. This reserve fund  belongs to you. At the end of the  year this will be divided among the  members if so decided, according to  the amount of eggs they have sold,  or if so decided will be kept as a re-  servo. A statement will be given to  each "fanner at the close of the yeor  showing how many eggs he has sold.  As soon 03 you commence to sell  eggs with us you belong to our association; you get an interest and a  vote in same. You can say that the  business is yours nnd you can get  Qxory cent that your eggs bring after  expenses of handling have been taken  out.  A Fellowship with Hearts  Wherever in the world I am,  ^ In whatso'er estate,.  I have a fellowship with hearts,  To. keep and cultivate.  I would.not have the restless will  That hurries to and fro,  Seeking for some great thing to do,  Or secret-thing to know.  I ask but for a thankful love,  Through constant watching wise,  To greet the glad with joyful smles, ���������  And to wipe the weeping eyes;    ���������  And a heart at leisure from itself,    ,  To soothe' and sympathize.  ���������-A. L. Waring.  Obstinate Open Sores are  Healed by Zam-Buk   TAKE  A DOSE Or  piso's  ^> THE BEST MEDICINE     WJP  for  COUGHS   &  COLDS  KE3T AID HEALTH TO MOTHER AND 8HIU  Mm.Wikiww*i Aootm-no Svkur hu Mm*  M������d for o*/������r SIXTY Y8ARS by MILLION* A  MOTHBKa for their CHILDREN WHIUI  TEKTHINO. with PKRFKCT SUCCIStt. Ti  SOOTHE* th������ CHILD, SOHTBNS the GUM*  ALLAYS mil PAIN CURES WIND COUC. aai  it the" beat remedy for DIARKHGgA. It ta aw  aolatcly harmlcM.' at sure am* ask for "Mr*  WiMtow'a SooUiag ayr-ap," and take a* oUiaf  ttad.   Tw������_tj.--_v������o������artaa bottls*  For sores which defy all ordinary  remedies, Zam-Buk should be tried.  Old wounds, varicose ulcers, cold  cracks, blood-poisoning and chronic  skin diseases cannot resist the healing influence of this great herbal  balm.  Miss Alma Bourgue, of Notre Dame,  Kent Co., N.B., gives the following  account of what Zam-Buk did for her  after various other ointments and  salves had failed.   She writes:  "For months I suffered with a running sore on my leg. I tried several  ointments and salves, but none of  them could bring about a cure. The  "sore would just heal over, and then  break out again. I read in a newspaper one day, of the good Zam-Buk  hud done, ancHio I determined to try  it and see what this balm would do  for me. I also purchased some Zam-  Buk soap. .  "I washed the sore night and morning with the soap, and then applied  the balm.. I-continued with this treatment, and after using Zam-Buk for a  few weeks the sore was completely  healed. I have recommended Zam-  Buk to. one or two of my friends for  sores, and in their ca^es it has been  equally effective."  All druggists' and stores sell Zam-  Buk at 50c. box or may be had post  free from Zam-Buk Co., for price. It  is. a sure cure for piles, inflamed  places, cuts, burns, scalds, chapped  hands, ulcers, eczema, scalp sores,"  and all similar diseases and injuries.  Refuse harmful imitations.  134 Mtaltotm at*.. Wluat-wt,  Octobu ut*. uat.  ** I bars uwl your Bparla Cut* on a Sprunj  Tredon *it*i good -wultaa&a I caa r������������mm������u4 It  far Collar and fiadili* Calk." i. U. IIUtMt  Kendall's  Spavin Cure  Is a MssalBg to ftUTOtri aad stotnassy, Ut*Mt<u*,  . 40 yein, Knndall's Sparln Oon kau UUn-Uy mt*4  millions of dollars lor bone ownsts.  It. U Uw ODt nmjjr (hat ran alwayi b* lapanM  upon to abwhiUly enn Sparta, BU-ifbowi, Curt,  ���������pllnt, Swellluts an* U&mwM.  K.ftr bUaturt, soars or tuns tk������ kalr wall*.  As (ood for mm as (or toast.  Xwp Kendall's alwajrs handy, fl.abottl*-.  ( for IS. Wtum you bnjr at yuur dea!rr*i, frtcofT  of our boolc "A TnatiM Oa Ths Honc'-H1, ft**  ���������or will* us IT  BR. B.J. KENDALL CO.; E>������tMrgraUi,VL  Not^ Lately  The best man thought he'd take a  look round and see that everything  was running as 'a fastidious bride  would wish it, and up in the ,room  where the presents were displayed,  alone and unhappy-looking, he came  upon a youth, seemingly ready, like  the wedding guest, of the poet, to  "beat his breast." He was wandering about, looking at silver and cut  _gla_gs__without__seeing_them._and._the  best man hardly knew how .to approach him.  "Er���������have you kissed the bride "  he asked at last  And the answer told far more than  its two meagre words might have  been expected to convey. It was,  "Not lately!"  iTM?.ris&r?^  Mr, Woggs���������"I'm through with  Bump. I told him we are going to  name our baby after aomo great personage and asked him for a suggestion." " '' .  Mm. Woggs~"What did he snyP"  Mr, Woggs���������"Ho said; 'Namo it after ours,'"  Mlnard's Liniment Ourei   Colds, etc  Show mo one of those old robber  castles of thu Rhino," commanded  tho tourist.  "Robber castles?" echoed the puzzled guido, "Dooh tho gentleman  mean a garage?"  "They tell me," said the fair  widow, '.'that you aro a student of  human notnroP"  "Yes," admitted the old bachelor,  "and I have also learned a few. things  about women also."  No man or woman should hobble painfully about bpciume of cornn when no  certain a rollof Ib at hand an Bolloway's  Corn Ouro.  Slouehy slippers for n man and  baggy, floppy morning aacquosfnr a  woman will rlincount romance about  as quick as anything,   I  First Aviator���������What do you think  of Drexel's fllghl) above tho clouds?  fSocnnr.    Hnlofnr   ������>*y...*v,l'*'itl/*'ill*,V ���������  It waa out of sight!  Mother Earth; are the heroes dead?  Do they thrill the soul of the years  no more?  Are the gleaming snows and the pop-  ' pica red  All that is<,lcft of the brave of yore?  Gone?   In a grander form they rise!  Dead?   We may clasp their hands  in ours,  And cyitch ��������� the light of their clearer  eyes,  Add wreathe their brows with immortal flowers.  Wherever a noble deed is done,  'Tis the pulse of a hero's heart is  stirred;  Wherever tho  Right has a triumph  won,  There are tho heroes' voices heard.  '-'���������--Kdna Dean Proctor.  BLACK  KNIGHT  *TOY������  10LKH  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  Toko   LAXATIVE   BttOMO  Quinine  Tablets.   Druggist*, refund money If it  foils 1o cure.   M. W. GROVR'S signa  ls,  .\..x.  Tho opera was "Trovatore."  "Tho* T no morn mny hold then,  Yet is'thy namo a spell,"  {Sang tho hn%m to the prima donna.  jAnd it was. Her name wae Sophronia  I CzechlIn������kiw(cj!.--Jndge'H Library.  ���������  ".   i   Ptirhopn MohamWiM went   to   Hie  imountain Ih-iiiuhi   it   'mi-   ������hi-.t|.i-r  than (.pending   his   vacation ut t!u>  , soiushorc.  He  (Just  rejected)���������!   shall  never  marry now.  Sho���������Foolish man!  Why riot*  H������.���������If you don't have    tin*,   jsho  willf  Omissions of History  John Morgan, the Confederate general, was rampaging through Southern Ohio.  "Thoso Aramit county rascals," ho  said, "ain't getting half what's coming to 'em! If nobody else will punish their political corruption good  and proper, begad, I will!"  And ho did succeed in giving them  on awful Rcare before the prison  guards got the como-alongu on him.  Shows Remarkable Progress  An epitome of tho Report of Tho  Great- West Life AsHurance Company  for 1010 which appears upon another  page gives an account of remarkable  progress and succeRH.  It Ih no small distinction that a  company, oHtabllHhei-l but 19 years,  should havo readied a business in  forco exceeding 150,000,000, and  should, for four iiucoeHHlvo yqars, havo  stood flrRt among tho companion for  Canadian huninoHH. It is equolly  notnhlo distinction thnt in nil tl\e  rnnid expansion occurring, the sound  principles of economy havo been given such prominence that no other  Canadian company has a lower expense rate than the Great-Went, nnd  in investments approaching $8,000,.  000, no loan of principal or interest  bus yet occurred, while tho interest  rate on investments stands at the  highly satisfactory figure ot over 7  per cent,  n wui im* oit!.(.-rvt..i tiint over  ?KM<\'nM- i't I'li-hji'.-i vm writli-j. hy  tlie Great-Went in 1010, thus outfit*-  lishing a new Canadian record, and it  is a clear indication of tho value tho  policyholders attach to their contractu  to find that with the large biiHiiHuu.  (iit.i hit *<}u,ui;v inm-fi'iiii,;, v.ini������ m  business in force of over $11,000,000.  The original view of the founders  of   the   Great-Wedt   Life   hns been  abundantly endorsed   by   lime���������that  an    institution   operating      in   tlio  West, managed hy those familiar witli]  we<*.orn rnndifiorii, nnrl   investimr it������|  fuiuli- in tint profitable avenues avail-'  able In the growing West���������could doj  remnrkahly well for i'n j>niirylirilders.  Hnch a report as that issued by the  company in 1010 clearly nhows that  the Knst hss joined with the West in  txpre^ing appreciation of a company  that in lowor premium*, higher pro-  fit* and liberal condition* ean offer  U> thoso n������*iliinfr protection such ad-  vantages policies,  Shines Stoves So  They Stay Shlned  "Black Knight" is a joy to  every woman who takes pride ia  ber home.  It enables her to have the  stovos always clean, freshly  poli.hcd and brilliantly Muck.  "Black Knight" 19 ready to use  ���������easily applied���������and a few rubs  brings a mirror-like polish.,  "Black Knight" docs away  with all the hard work and dirty  work of fctove polishing.  If your dealer should not hart  "nia������l; Knight", v/e willnendyou  a laiyu can, postpaid, for ioc.  The F. F. Dalley Co. Limited.  HAMILTON, Out 24  Mottri *ftki tomoui "2 111" Shu ftlltt.  ���������i tin HU i���������mi mii ii������������������  Another Ingenious Defence  "Jedgo," said Mr. Erastua Pinkley,  "do plea I has   to   offer   is 8clf-de������  fence."  "Se'lf-dofencel"  '"Yossir. I was walkin' peaceably  pas', dat chicken coop, an' if dat  chicken hadn't jumped out an' tried  to bite mo 1 wouldn't of had to grab  him by do neck,' "  Anyhow it's about as safe to trimt  a stranger as yourself,  This  b the trademark which  is found on  every bottle  of the genuine  Scott's Emulsion  the standard Cod Liver  Oil preparation of the  world. Nothing equals  it to build up the weak  and wasted bodies of  young and old.  TOU SALT. BY AU DROOOim  I*n4 Ilk., aiNt of piper ���������ml thli id. fot  ������mii Itttutilul Staving* Imnk i>D'H)hiliV������  Skrtdi-ltook, Kacl* baak ������o������Uiiu a  Qtrni Imtk l'������nay.  SCOTT m BOWNE  IM W������HJMu, Si.. W..I. T������PMta, Oat.  W. N, U,, No. 04. THE   NEWS; 'CJ3WBE&A$ti   BRITISH' CUhUMBf:.*  _. __ .  -��������� ���������-���������^������������������ ���������������������������   i--���������   -������������������,������ ���������-���������'*- ���������     ���������    " <     "    i'-.'jj���������*   im (JMliarlaud l^r-  ir.     i   '!lvv_*vv   Tuesriav   l>v   the  t   ���������>.'-. .x    -^    Cjitii-jJ 1t'.a''.*-i  i-   ;b ishiog   Comp.ny  !,-. irt\.."i' will ii'ii hiiUi   i;-'.'lf  ij    r. . ,,,] ,1,U. for tin. <������|.ini>it->-if i'U������-  ���������������,-, ���������(���������; inny nppwir in ������'���������*> omuiim**  *��������� I'm x'wiw t<i lime.  __ ���������       ��������� -. _-���������- --^1'������-������^ti^J---rr--rrr_Tr-  'j ' ..SDW,  April 1 !���������.:.,  ID!  FOR SALE���������A C'-room������������������U_������>nso  ������.n Maryport Avenue, lift ween  S���������cond and Third stvents. Apply  t .is office.   ���������������   1 >i* account of  Friday, April  j Oi, being Good Friday und a  J ..miniim Dank Holiday, tho  Voyal Uank oi On*.vl.i\s Sub-  J'.ran chat. Courtenay will hi* .*.li'?ed  ������vith?t(Uy, hut "will open ou  tfitnrday fW tho osna. hours.  FOR SALE���������One inenh-ttor  nnd two brooders, Capacity 800.  Price $50 for the lot. Apply this  < luce.  TENDERS will ho rew-ivi*.J up  t . April 11th, for t.ho pn.niiro of  ������.'.i:siih* oi' house on M.ii'Yport  i.\.nine, occupied by Jam.'-; Ab-  l.tii.*. Addrw.-* S. Calhoun, Sand  wick post office, B. C.  The loiv������������:-t or any tender not  iM\*i_s_>nrily ncceptod.  The children, of the Pie-byterian  Sunday school under J ho super-  v.sinn of Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas.  V v 'ham, will present an operetta  ; O.imberl-tncl iLillon t o even-  .r-o of April 28th.  Sheriff Trawford   of Nuwaimo,  n-..*un paid Cumberland a vi.ii last  \   ek.  COURT OF REVISION.  "A Court of Revision will be bel.! in the  "Cuy Council Chumbcrs on T'.iur-day,  '/.'-n-ti 8tV.,-���������������9? :r-at-77-3o-p.m.,-f.i-ihe.pur_  p. i-e of hearing com plaints, if iinv, .i������ainst  the assessment of property in tbe City of*  _" ��������� mbcrland lor the year 1911.  Any person or persons   having om-  pl i nt mi>t give notice in writ in.' at least  t n d;.ys before the date of meeting.  ALEX. McKlNNON, Ci:v Clerk.  (' unberland, UC, April 5th, 1911.  10% BONDS~i0%  An  Attractive   Offering  for a Short Term  Investment.  We can offer the con s**rva live  investor for n short while only  nn oppoi Utility of placing his  .s.irplus funds in a high-ch'ss security boring a rate ol interest  ot ten per c..nt.  1 Inly 150 oi! these Convertible  i tfbeutnrcs ataparvalne .j. /ioo  ei hv available,  Do not gamble in ,vtocks,  shares and other forms of ,--pecu-  Irion, bur, IN V'UST vvli vc- your  priucip'il and interest is ���������secured.  Wit it u for further pai icitlars  ci  this 1'uiid issue which  r-  par-|  '���������:n,.vly aU.nH.vo lo investors,  ruiinpt. app'iica'ion is lueessary  ���������.���������"> number is limited.  !iu  (o.)'The character, of-the proposed!  '>r!c. du'n .v. d  luiue t'.alet.  (t.) The premises on which the water Is to bo tmod (describe same): Iu  ������L ������ iu : p.nnt o laud a 0 ii4  the  bank  df the Cninphrll'VivT, <.ho*t one half mi 0  elo   C ��������� .ipui-l. itue. Fall-.  (g.) T'.e purpos-sa for which .the  ������rat>*r i������ t > he used pi..*/., purposes.  (h.) if for irrigation? {.escribe tho  land intended'to-bo-irrigated, giving  acreage   None.  (i) If the water is to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  the place where the water ia to be  returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude between  point ot diversion and point 'of return! The water is to bo rr nm*-d t'> thi*  1 Campbell U'vor at a p >int abont oue mil*,  below the Campbell Uivfi- Falls aud nhs  d*ff'5r->ii. e in ali-iule will l������i aim*.! 300 f\  (j.) Area of Crown land Intended to  be occupied by the proposed work*:  Atii-ut 820 uoiea.  (k.)This notice was posted on   the  Fcoo-irt di-y ot January, 1911,     id a,.t.lic .  tion will bo    made to the   Commia-  ������-io er on the twenty-iourth day of Febru-  try, 1P11  1.) Give the names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licensees who or whoso lands are likely to  he affected by tho proposed works,  either above or below tbe outlet:  Thu or *���������*���������-., h" Brit-bh AnnT'ci TinH'tir  Co., Ltd., of Victoria, B.C., North l\ oifio  Lumber Co., Ltl.. of V-uieo-iver. B,'\; P.  Ctt.lahy, ot Chieafr), Illinoin: Intern .tion  aiTin.bt.r Co., nt Vhuc <xi er, B C.  Attach copy of such parts of * the  Company's memorandum of association as authorize the proposed application and works.  (n] The conntruction oj operation nf  workj nr t'.-e ������npplyV r utilization ol wati r  node*" he "W terAct, 1909,"  ( b) T������ apply 'ur aud obtain nndpr the  prnvi-iotm of tho^'Water Act, 1909," or to  purcbasi or othe-wi'O I'Oqniro water rec-  orils or W'.ier lie n.ra.  The Oampi'E'.t. RrvKuPowEit compant,  LtMITHD..  G. II. BnniN- W. Wallace Grime,  P.O  addioss Box 724 Diiectors.  Viotouii, B.C.  *  WATER NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that an  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act. 1909," to obtain aJioenBe in tbe Comox Div sbn of Yn  io ia Water t)nfriot".    "^  (a) The name of Company in full:  Th- Campbell River lower l'utnt<auv.L<d  The head .-ffiut*: Offiue-i ������if Barnard &  R -J.e-R ii, S14 Fort Sc , V.ctoria, B.<\  The capital, how divided, ahowing.  ninonutpaid up 330,000, ��������� i^icu.t 1. to r>0u  shares of SK0 each; amount paid uu  940,000.  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No   (b.) The name of the lako, stream  or sourco (if unnamed, the description ia Upper (.a .iv,boll Lane, V.ii.eoiiver  Wani '  (c.) The point of diversion: At the  foul; of Upper Cviivbo'l Lauo.  (d.) Tho quantity of water applied  for (in cubic   feet   per   second)  3;) cub 0 f et.  (e.) Tho character of tho proposed  w.irktj dam h>i.. slnice ,j<n.-.<.  (f.) The premises on which tlio water is to bo used (describe samo)  At Home point ou tliu lund ulo u u.u . Auk  of t 0 Uitmiibdl riv..r nbout ouu hnit mil-,  below Ciiiuiibjll rivor F.tllo.     ,  (g.) Tho pitrpoBOS for which tho  *Aa.������r i������ i.i.' bu u.oj: power ;-. rt< ������ n,  (h)-U for   irrigation describe   tho  land intended to bo Irrigatod, Eivinu  ncrotige......,,*.., ,,.,,,,,,,,, ���������������...,,,*,������, ������,,,,....,  l*|ono.  (i.) If tlio waterflB to bo used for  power or mining purpoaca doscribo  tho place where tbo water is to bo  I returned to Borno ���������natural'channel,  and tho difloronco In rtltitudo botwoon  point of diversion and point of ro-  turn: Th.< wntor in 11 10 1 oiunu.it to il.e  1 liiii,ilH-llrivur lit np'i'.'t nliont en.: m'l'-  iii'low t -o Oiiniibiili rivur Vn\U and tbo ilif  (eroiro in ult'vudo wil1 bo fthnu*. UH) loi't,  (J.)Arca of Crown Innd intondwl to  bo oncuploil by tho proposed worlce1  Ab nt 320 nn in,  (k.'i This notice wub pouted on tho  "ijlrli day 01' J.nuary, IUII, it. nt nppliii-  t'on will bj uiiili! t������ th.. CiimmiHH our nn  (tbo 11 euty-fourUi day of Fubrunr.i,  IOH,  i   (l.) Give the nomeii and addroBiiOfl  j of any riparian proprietors, or llcen  for the  mm sbouim,  \int:ov.vtr Diuce:���������  HOI .Oominion Trust  Building,  Vancouver." B.C.  \\\X  ,,|.   NOTIOEI. !H09\nl'in"nV*Uhftun"lnniiu"n..������  UbnUi^"t������ ' tl0'nt' *"   ���������'Omlll-'llOOlUOIlt,    COlltllillillR 0  NOVTOm in   horoby riven thnt   niiiKe3 w')0 or whOH0 Uln(*H al������ 1Ucoly to I'     . ,-,���������,,, nr ,.,.���������  .���������n.l'.-.Uv., vill h. mudc ������r.'������r Part! *������ ^"'tod *   thc P^P^ "*".'  i������>IHv<r nViovo   or     bidow tho outlnt:  SPATES  The TAILOR.  Ill II   IIMI-i III II  ~   CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  W**MWtMmmM WIMIWllOTI-B������_____Mli-OMg������BMi^B������WBIM������Mi  L<cid!e������' VVoHc  a Specialty*  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  DiHtriotof tiny ward,  TAKK notieo thai,'GoorRO 1-tdoOHtiir IU-  inin������t'in, of Viijicmiv������r, H.U., innulinnic,  inttiidB to ttpjdy tor perniliiciinii to |itirolia*o  the fiillowhiR doBurlbod lutxlB:-���������  Cuinmnnoiiiflf ut li pmt plin toil nt tlin  NonthwoBt oomor nf lot oBSii thonoi! forih  BO aliauin, tlnnjoo wont 70 chniim, thonco  Huuth 80 ohaiim, thmiou oiwt 75 chain-i, tn  000  y, o. tbo ".>'������'.*������,,������i* /.it, u������ii," In u ul-  i :i i'.-jn.i hi I .. ,. ��������� ah.1 ���������'-������������������ ��������� ) i. ��������� l  t   i, r>   Wit it ui    ��������� t  , I'll.* linpit! of Gold Ac in 't'l TI.--  (       u  i iiivo  1'it * r CJ inn   v, N .<iit������il,  ' ������ ;u*id <>flli.9-Oilioi������  f IJ r       & Rnli  ��������� i ii. 611 F i   ...   ��������� Vi.-I   -    ���������,-',  Tho cr.pltul,   how divided, nhowinq*  i   -M <��������� ,i....l i    Ijlil '(HI uivi o     ii .. 6 ii������  ��������� .' ilf'b.tii. .11 i, ,\iii nn aid up  140 HiO  ,f far mltilnp purponofl) IVca Mln-  rr's Cfertlflcnto No   (b) Tin. ni.me of tliu lake, utrcam  or Bo������rco (if tmnnmed, tlio doscrtp-  1   " *     )...', o"      <   ii    i !)���������r^)1���������l0, ��������� b������r-vi������oatquin,������.i,.'*-rieo(inl-'  (C.) The po'nt of diversion: About  or <-n <ii* linoiiH h  Till) .u I Ol Ch     .1). 11..   .. j     T|||i (JAMI'llltLI. UlVKIl POWIUWMI'AN'V,  ft].) Thfl nimPtttv nt wotur apnllt������d ' ' 'Mirr.i>! O. .1 Ihrmi, W. ������(i,ku...i���������,  tor (iu eub'c feet pnr ns^ond)  ',|J ������������������������   | '']' '   ".,       _    -,, ..  If* {mO  1 P - H ;.ih Amni-Ji.iaTinib.I' Co., J.iti-l,,  of Viotoiia, B.l'i Norlli 1 aoilio 1,'inlir  C i., Ut, of Vnnnim'-ur, 11 0:1*. Cuduliy,  of. i. cnirn, II'inoiH! Jiiurii.tinintl Tiuibur  Oi , of Vauoouvor, H.t\ Kmiuurmll. <t Nn-  ^ a it.-;,-j ri'i'in-ij' ('���������'���������"*>'" y.  Attach copy of Btich partii of t!ia  Com pony's memorandum of annocia-  tion ns ai)t.lu_rl7.o the proponed application and worku,  ii. Tl oconn runt on or oyorotion of workn  or thn mipply i>r utiliulloi. of wnt'ic \iadof  t'.o"Wn ..r Ait. 1001."  b. To apply for md ublain ������nd������r tl������.i  p���������ovinioiiH ������f thn " Watrr Aot, IDUO," or to  lilUUttiK I.KICBHTKU  HlMINOtOti,  Uollfl'li lid  IV Ollt'.tllUt, UKUlt.  Unlol Minvhlich li'll.  S  O ������������������������������������Id wi H.i7'i4, V.'tm a, li.C,  HiVYWABD LAND DIHTKIOT  Dixtni'iii > i .\\'t'*i au,  TAKE NOTICK that I'ntriclc Williom  I.n li������ Olnrli, <f Viiimiiivir, B.C., law  iilcric, i" tpmla to apply for |������crm*'H������l <n io  ourchumi tho fi'bi iiii������ diuori'ol Imdi.:  OimmincliiK at a punt plnntod a<-. tlm  wniUiw o -l uornor of lot ������7>2; I bonce, vftfit SO  ubaln������, thMioo Boutli Gl chain*, tbenoo  w������-Rt -10 clmiiiH, tb.i'Ciu Hiniili IG ohainn,  tbeniiH woil' 40 olioinn, tloocc north 80  flh'ins to plnon of commeucmnent, oontnln  i.������ 570 UrtWH mori orlm-,  I'ATUK'-C VVlLMAM I.CHI.IK f'l.AUK.  1 Tlo'i re lii'ir.v Cbivimt, iiffimt.  i Da!lulAluiuliOtll, It'll.  BALED TENDKHS ncldv������8od to tin-  undM'iigueil,anil ondor ed ''Ttndtr  for Kx>mi i.R WiuehouHo, Vaneiuv.r,  fi.C," will be it-oi'ivod until. 4.00 P.M.,  on Monday, April 2., 1011, f. r tbo oiri-  htrtiotib'n of an Kxuiuininf,'; Wurehotuo,  Vaimouvcr B.C,  PlanB, fipecinoittion and firm of eon-  ti'iot ow.bo boon and form* of toiulor o'i  titimid al the olllcoa of Mr, J. K 0>r, Sn-  poi'lntoiidiuit of Publio i*iiilni!i|!N f r Mini-  itohii, Po t .Olllno lliiililhg, 'Winnipoff,  Mint., Mr. VVttv, I'luudnrBon. Riiuidunt Ar-  'onitMOti' Viotoriu, U,U., at tlio Pont Ullluu,  ViuimuviT, and ut, thin Uvpitrtiuont,  Poisoiiu tu .during am notillud tliuo tend  .r.������ will no. bo oiim.i-.lt.ii.cl uiiIovh nnulo nn  l.h������- printod liiiniH iiiiiiplinil, ui.d Hl^.nuil  w.tli thfir i ctual i-iguiiturifB} HUt ur tiniir  oi'onpmi iih into pluoua of ruii>l_iuo, Tn  tliu c*������o of linn iv tliu uottril tiipuitun', tlio  ���������LiUno of tin. nojii|iu'i..ii nnd plncmof reul-  cloiioo . f unci) moniDer of thu linn nm.t bo  K'ven,  ICitoh tmid. r mu t be ncor.mpauiod by nn  uoi.optod uhoijiiu on a tihirtOii'iVbahlc, pay-  lih|u to Ilu- order of tuo' lloiiuur������l.lu tlm  MiiilnUir of Pub i j W'-rltH, cqun.1 to ten p. r  . out 110 p,o.) > f thu mnount nf tlio tuntli r,  wliicli will Im fo.fi iit'il it tho petHon Ijoii."-  ni-inc li.ol no to o lor intodiontr.iotwli(m  oid'od upnii to do mi, or fill tu oom'.loU)  thu worit o n1 rimtoit lor, It tlio tuuder lia  not aodiipkd iho oho(|Uii will bo ruturnotl.  'l.'ho l)u|/ftr'iii(iiit aoiii. uot l imi hbo I to  noeopt tlio lowiint or any toudur.  I.y orhv,  *H. 0, l)K������ttO(JHK|l8,  S.orotiuy,  T)*pnrtmunl of Public WnrltH,  Oltntvn, MnrehSS, I'Oll.  2f(wnpM)(irN will not Im pmd for thiit ad-  verti-ctueut if thoy in r.rtit without authority from thf P-p.riimut.  I? yOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO THE  N KVv"S. VIK ST-CLAS6 WORK  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  Di"irict of Say ward',  TAKE NOTICE thnt William  Caldwell, of I unark, Ont., mining  manvintui������ds to"-npply for. pwrmia  aion to piirchaen tbo following do-  sor.bod���������iandsi���������,Oommonoini5 at a  pout planted nt th������.'.northw������������ti,)ornor  of Lot 490. 0nrriii|..ton Bay, Say*  ward Disirici. thciu.b following tho  north "boundary of ot 490 o������etorly  for <J0 ohnina, thonco north a()  ohiiinf, thonco woul lo thonhoro lino  ilionoo eouibwdHlerly and fo'lowing  vl o rhoro lino to tho point of com-  n.enconienl, containing lesfj than 80  ucro",      WibbiAM Caijjwki.i.,  ���������M'     ,   J no, Mannon.anont  DaiedPoU. 28th, 1011,  8AYWAUD LAND DWTHIOT.  T)lnlrlot nf Sayward.  TAKE nr.tiou that Sichiny IloaBman, of  tfanuouvnr, H. 0., iiiooliaiiio, iulcudu to  apply for perntimiloa to'vurohnso thofol.  lowing duBorlbml Iambi: ���������  OommeneluR at a iiout p'.aitud at tlio  noulltwoNli ooruor of lot ufl:2; Uionoo Houtb  80 cliaiim, thonco wen t 80 ohnlnii, thmoo  north 80 ulmii.it, thimoo ciHt 80 olialnn, t������  pllioa of o iininouou num.   KnjuUiUliiii   C10  SlPKHY llKAHMAS,  Rob rt llonry O leutiitlt, ngont.  D ti'd MitrubOtb, 1011,  ,**������*������nm**m * ' ii.t".   , -j ,t-jj -j '-���������+<w������^a*ii*mwmwmm*y*m*wamim  HAYW.MtO T.ANTi HTHTRTOT.  |   District of Sayward,  TAKE notino that Naiiotto Jonoph, ot  Vmiooiivor, W. (\, Spmator, intentlH to  npply for purmlN-im to purohiiBa tbo fob  lowing (lesorilH.d laniUj���������-  ('imnv ttciniK at a pout plnntod nt tlm  .^ulheant oornorcf lot C'17| llionco north  Hiicn-ini, tiui'xa.oait.'80 olmim., tliunuu  lonlh 80 ohulw, tlio* 00 wo������ HD ohnlns  t > thn pilot nf ci_min*.ii(-������i..ont, onitaiu-  iny il-yi "Cio- m ro or lowt.  NaNKWU JOHKI'II,  ltobert llr-nty Gheitnut, riRfnt,  l)aUdMu.c.7tb,10JL  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT  DBtnototSiyward:  TAKE NOTICE that Arthur. Rowland  Bent, of Vuncouvor, U.C., tfanuporr. ������Rin;t,  intends to apply- for pormisfuon lo pn roha. o  the following doscribydhudBi-^-Oommoiio-  i������g nt a pont plnntod attho ii.utbciistuor-  nor of lotfilO, on tha north, bonodarjr of  lot M7, tbtmoe north 80 oliuinB,   tlionce  east TGchint'B  tbener eouth SO ohaiiin,  thonoe|we8'.76"ohiiii������ to point of oommonoo  oiui.t, containing 000 iioroe; moro or. loan.  AuTHtm Howusn I'.Kflr,  ltobort lionry OhcBtnut, ngour.  Datod March 7th, 191 li  *,   ������������������< ���������>    ���������    *m**m#wm*a������*������**fmm**>*m**mmtm  . SAY-WAHl) LAND. DISTRICT.  DiHtriotof .Say ward,  TAKK NOTIuK that8iinviolllMiBinai),  of Vancouver, Il.U,, mcohanio, intondo to  apply (or pHiraii-fllon <o pu'cliano tho fol  lowing dcBodbod lnnil';-~Comiii(-miiiig nt a  pnnt planted at tlio southiveht ooraor i.f lob  5fl0i thouoo oa'it 160 ciliuiim, thenoo touth  40 ohaini., thonco wo>t 7C ohaiim (more or  lonni)tln-uoci norch 5 oIuiiiib, tho-ioo went  86 ohi|)nn, thonon north fl5 ohninu lopolrt  of oommonoomont, omitnininK 000 noron,  moro or ions; Samuki, IIbabman. '  . Robert llonry Oboaumt, ajont  DiitndMnroh 8th, 1911.  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  District of Snywnrd.  TAKK notion that Prunooi Bronglitm,  wifnof Wi b\ Urotigliaai, of Vitnoouviir,,  U.O., iniuuili. to apply for punuinaiiiu 'to  purohano tho following doBOribod luml*;���������  Oomtnonoing at a pont planted 40 oliMni.  woNtof thoiouthoiBt ooruor of lot IM7|  thtmofl oaat 120 cJitins, thenon south 10  ohaiim, tlionou wmt 120 ohiiiiH, tlionoo  north 40 ohalne to point of oommono. mon1,  oontuiuing 480 noioii, moro or lesa.  FllANOIUI llllOUOHAM.  Uobfrt llonry ObcBtunt, ngont  Dated March 8tb, 1011,  Weo&'i FhoBptadinep  The Omd EnoUtih ficm<ili/.  Tonoa and lnvijtorni������������itnn*rt lii-To  nflrvom ayitom, wiiiUob nm*/  llLjdtt. ������ld Voina. {Hint Avcii.  out Debility, MtHtnl and Jintin Worry, }){.<;���������  ���������ooaiMmry, SexnalWtahimt. HmMon*, .fytw-  mmerrlutn. nml Ktfrrtt nf A!i\ut.tw _<.______>._.  wlljouri Sj14 by all dniirjrww or inalkii in  plidn pk������r. on rnonlpt of price. New ;.i������irftfa  " jWoodModiutnoio.  porJhiK. plxforta, Onowlllpti'iiiio, t.x  BM by"       .n Mnol]  Tfj������*������r:i������/rc^,    ihOn . .__     .     ..  (fomterly, Wiwltotl Toronto, Onii. THE NEWS^'.CUllBEir^NTii. BK1TT3H   COTUMBtft.  bPPLIOATIOX FOR STORING WATER  i  Us.) The placo of the propoBed resarvoir  fr storing Comox Lake, B.C.  (t.) The means by yhioh it ib proposed  ft, score the water by a dam at outlet, of  "Hae.  (u,) Tbo area of tbe reservoir Bito or  cb at each foot in deuth above the outlet  '00 aorea.  | (v.) How .8 it pVopoied to acquire the  udiiQcesiaiy for the ourpoeo By purchaso  u.cesairy. ��������� ���������  .  (.v.) Approximately the number of aore  [et intended to b. impounded 80,000.  (x.) Wither it ia pruuos-td to lu\ver the  ���������U-r iu s-uy ijnuirai la'<e or stauiliug body  wuter, aud, if s.>, thus*.���������  |1. The autioipated extdutof the lower-  _ Not lowered,  i. Tho m������ ������ub proposed to bo adopted to  wur and, refill' ���������   >li|3. Tlieuuuro and olmraoter, iu  detail,  th. works proposed to b������ constructed to  lovido for tie discharge and penuiug back  | the waer By concrete dam with rojju-  iir gates controlling tbe dicohargo.  '[Signature]  EixtwroN Oolukuy Company, LtD.,  ;   W. L. Coulson, General Mauag.r.  I (P.O. adiress) Viccoiiu, B.O,  ���������fyaiuiy l(Kh, 1911.  -     -.-.- +~i   WATER NOTICE.  [. NOTICE is horoby given that an  Application will be made under Part  li. of the-"Water Act, 1909," to ob-  .-.in a li.oiae iu ilu   D-vimo*   uf   Ujiu.<x  IpiBtnct;.  S (a.) The nnme of Company in full:  .''oll.nKt-.n Colliery Ucrop-uiy. Limi ed.  ,'jThti bond ..flic. Victoria, ilC.  | Ihe capital, h w divided, "sbowini.  jjjotint-Midup $!! Oi 0,0000 divided into  KOOO shares of $100 00 each fully pjid up  ' (If Cor mining purposes) Free Min-  r"s Certificate No   (b.) The name of lake, stream ��������� or  burce (if unnamed, the description  ^VPuntlo-'gj itner.  (c.) The point of diversion:    At a  Ifdii.t abo/u the falls on   the   Pun tied ._���������������  sliver, Como*. Di-trio*;.  (d.) The quantity of water'applied  or (in cubic feet per second):  G70.  l(e.) Tho character of the   proposed  tfo. k-: Generali itf pia^t, power wo;ka, a������d  lectfic work., and plain; a id other' inach-  icry andconv������nioucea neceauary for pro-  _ no nig power.  (tQ The .premises on which the _wa-  J:er is to be used (describe same): On  '.r iu ihe v.vinitv ��������� f the Wi-liingtori Colli  |ry Company'* 'Ltd. property and   hold-  h_������ in Comox D st.icc.  I (g.) The purposes on which the wa-  i������r is to be u.od:  Gouirnliuti electricity,  luil <or ligh\ lioat, power,   operation   of  Inotorn, cngiooi,, and mnchini-ry ofal. kinds  Haul generally for thn exercise of nil power*  iini priyiloge* of a peer company under  |���������rt IX.of abovo Aot.  (i.) If the water is to be used for  lower or mining    purposes descrlbo  |[bo placo whero the water is to   be  Ikiirnod to     somo natural channel,  nd the difference in nltitudo betwoen  Iloint of    diversion and point of re-  mi    At a convenient  pl������co   bi-low   t'.o  lohghton EMU   in tho vicinity   outl'it  |l"own River, Seottaiw 10 a'icl Ji Tp., 9,  J.'iiox District,     The po nt of return in  Luc 200 feet lower nltitudo .ban the point  Idi.'or-hion,  [!/].) Area of Grown land intended to  occupied by the   proposed works:  |l,||(������,       .'        ��������� '������������������( . ���������    :''     "...  |(k.). Tills notice was posted on the  'Oiintli day of January,' ii)l I, and ������ppl -  Jtiau will ha made to  thtv o���������imniiadu or  I thu 'iltril day of February, 1011  w    -     - -  In.) Give tho namoo nnd addroascs  1, any riparian proprietor!* or lie-  Iihob who or whoso lands aro likely  bo affected by the proposed works,  1,'hor above or bolow tbo outlets,  liia*t.iu tnliiory Company, Ltd.  j.ttach    copy of such parts of ,tho  hmpany'B memorandum of aasocla-  lin as atitborlzr 'bo propoaod appli-  jtion nnd works  t'uiiutaio)  [('Ki,i,isarc.NCor, ur, iy J/rn  W, Ii. Cotu.HOH, Genoritl Maninier.  10, addro������n) Vioturia, 11,0.  Irani from the mkmoiunjium ok ahsooi  A'l'IOK OK THU Wltt.MKflTON Oohwimv  COMI'ANY, MMlTKIl,      ,,  i) To acqni.u by puruhuiin, (*runt, loann  in ,my other niuunor.,,....,,. m aiui' or  hwtu water  ,.,,..   rlj To oiny on tlio btuiooaa of ,,  ;utiio lijiiit, heat and poaor supply   i<j To inumifaoturu and ue������ oa a motive  vitr olcoti ioity .und to nuiiufaoturo  no(|uiru plmt, maolilnury,  apparatus  id iua(.nii������l������oi cvujy kini fur  u.u [no-  Holiday  '  For Sale by all ���������  Hotels  in Kegs or Bottles  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, RC  COPYRIGHT.  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      FOR   SALE  BY      -      -  Walworth-Rolston Co.  Ltd  1020 ^estminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B������ C.  e������  0)  n  o  4  m  W Q -3  ������ b: a  3 ������ *s  ������o g  2 O 2  a j 3  d S; o*  .a  - "  *- -a  I d S  . ������  o  O  a  V  ���������a  ���������  Jf  a ..  C    .  ���������O     M  K     Ol  X  O    ?_  .2 >,  "O ���������*  o   ������  S a)  S  a  st  n  ".Ol-* 3   V-  -      -     ������  5.*s*  ������ 1 ,  15 *     '  'S5������   .  H   t   4  Pi  ������ 7  a-.*"  K   <   *  .2 a! d.  ^w 3  W ������ m  -   2  3o  51  12.  _  in  n  ������.  P.  s  &  ���������a  *H  o  Pi  O  o  f>  to,  ������  Ml&i/K������_  ll\ $F* H_^  _ _������   _!-N_*\ni9ii!������vt3"*������*������.  .']  (J j������  J/    .  Mafcco Your CXPEXSEo Light  Makos Your DISCU2TS LiEht  Makaa Your CAKE3 Light N������p  Makoa Your BUNS Light  M_J:er. Your LABOR Usht  ORDER FROM YOUR  CROCKS.  e.w.c:llettco..l.td.  Toronto, Cut.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  roniuviiig or tnking any' bl<*clw,  ti in ber or wood, of any duscriptiodn  Joloiigincr to tlio Wellington Col-  ������i������ry Co'-y., or.froin or off tlm land  of the said (Jomtiany, or anyone  tipping 1'iibliish aiiywliore except  at the dump provided, or neglecting to level it when tipped (o the  satisfaction of the Company,   will  ho prosecuted' to tlio full extent of  tlie law..  w. l. coirr.sox,  (teimral iManacrer,  "Wellington Colliery Co.y.  NOTKJE-.  Riding.on-looom'otives and rail  mm' cars- of., tlie Union. Oolliery  Company-liy any. person- or persons���������_xoe.pt tain crew���������i_ striclly  prohibited. ]'2mpioyeeB Tes ?ub-  'pc to dismissal for allowing, sam-  By order-  W. L.   COULSONv  General Manager.-.  C. H TARBELL.  is indispensable in the  camp, and for all  impromptu meals.  Add a little BOVRIL '  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL'  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  .<7  ���������wrw-M KUdUJuimuui  f HIGH GKADE STOVES'  $ And all KITCHEN .. .UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  aitd  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Gardiner Al-  exunder Brudy Spencer of Alameda  (.������l., ocenpnrion plumber, intends  to upidy for per mist-ion to purchuse  tbe following described land. :-���������  Connnencins at a poei planted  about 30 chains west of the <-ou!h  east comer of Sec.ion 24, Township  2], thence west 80 chain., (hence  south 80 chains, thence east 80  chains, ihe.nce north to south. :-oore  of Wolf Lake, thence westerly along  south Fhore to wesr end of lane,  llience east along north shore about  40 chains, ihance north Id place of  co rnoier: cement, containing 4U0  acres more or lets.  Scribed'on pew, G.A.B.S.'s N.E.  coiner.  Gardner Alexandes Brady  Spencer.       ���������  Dan Clark. Agent  Dated December 14ih, 1910.  wiwiw ���������! i_iii _ini_ii will ������������������.iiiiiiui_iiwmj_ua__u_n_L_������_ii  RUPERT LAN I) DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that John Henry  Kerriush Richardson, of Vancou  ver. B. C., ficotipatipn S'eamboat  Stewaid, intend*, to apply for permission io purchase the following  described lands:-r~Commencing nt  a-post' planted about 40 chains  north-of the south west corner of  Section 3,.Township,21, thence west  80 chains, thence south 80 chains,  theiici.Least, 80-chain3,-thencu-i>oifh  SO.chninp to place, of.romrriei.ee.  ment containing.H40 acres more o*  lees.   ���������  J: H;Kv It's-N-E corner.  John Henry, Kerrinsu Richardson.  Dan Chirk, Accent.  Dwled December 16th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND IMSTKIOI  l)is i kit of Rnpart.  TAKE^iolico' that Fndora Mae L"wjii  of Vancouver, 1$. U. <-coii|U.<on -Widow,  i .teud������ to apviy for pernis i n to pnr-  chase the followiigd-soiib <��������� laud<i: C^ni  mbiioint. at at a p st planted about one  mile north and 40 chan fi tas-t of the S. E.  corner of Section 4,' T iwuship 8, theuci-  iif.rrL .80 chaina.' thence msc 80 cliiiiie,  tbence aout i SO ciains, thence west 80  onaibn io place ot commencfineiit, coutiin  ing 610 iicres, in~r.* ������.r Iops.  Scribed on po t EML'n SAV. corner.  Enboka Mar I.eeson,  D u OUi k, Ageot.  Dat d December 11th, 1910.  llUPKUT LAND DISTRICT  Dietriot of Rupert  TAKK  roriCE    that  Adelnido  Ester  Olarli.    R ^wn,   of   BrooUfieid,   N.   Y.,  married womnd, iutonda to apply for *asr-  uiisnioii in uuruh_������o the fulloweng tlon*.rib-  odlaud*;--Cnmm<;iJCing at a post pUnu-d  at smith west cortcr of Section  19, Township i), thonpo north   80  ohain���������������   thor.c.*  oatt 80 chains,   thence   couth   80   chaiuv,  tht r.cc wtat 60 chiuuu to pi am of coir.mcu-  tueut cmtdniug (J HI acrcsa moro or Is������b.  Scril>i;d im post A. E.C.B'������ S.W. cor    ���������  Al)EI,AII)K ESTKK <'r,AltK llnOWN.  Dan Clark, ng.m,  Dated Deoemhor 10di, lIllO.  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Richmond  Charles BiiH of Vancouver, B. C,  Broker intend-i io apply fur per  mippion to purchas-e iho fohowinp.  described hind!*:���������Commencing' nt  a post planted at { post between  Sei'timi 18k, Township 9, and Section 13, Township 20, thunce west 40  chain!-', whence eouib 40 chains,  thtncfc we.t 40 chains, thence touth  80 cbainK; thence eiist 40 chainri.  thence north 40 chainp. thence ea.t  40 (hixin., thence north 80 chains to  piace of couimeiiceuient, contaiuing  640 acres nivre or less:  Scribed on post RGB'. N E cor.  Richmond Ciiaules Jiiss.  Dan Clark, uf*ent.  Dated December 19th, 1910,  RUPERT  ii  Sf;  ' I-'   I,'  o r:ci , _ i'v.-p.. ���������.,  TAKE.iO������:,.cl.:-u *.'..     ������������������  Taeker oi Vanc*������uvi*r, B. <J.  pation Expicsp Alanagvi inr<*i  to apply f->r permipf-ion to pii'c-.'-..  the   f 11-iwinn  de-criled   iuiidb*.������������������  Commei cing   at   a   post   -.iunted  about 110 chitint_ wee  of ��������� lit.  . uth  east come-  of  Section  i>4, Township 21,   ihe. ce   werft.   80  chain.,  thence south 80 chains, thence cant  80 chains, thence north  SO chains  to place   ( f  commencement,   con-.-  tainiog 640 acres nuoie or le-i?.  Seabed on po-t Nj-B J T'sN.E.  Dktrtmam Jamk? Ta*-kkk,  Dan Clark, agent  Dated December 14th, 1910. <  Vl_������ Sf������it"L*_il  ^* ���������*���������___ __L_5>*^  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convemen',e for guests.   ;  The Oential Hotel for HportBmon.  None-bm tbo Rest of Wines and Liquors  nt the llnr.  RATES HRASON/VBLE  p*t������i^^*������>,Mtf������t^iM^^<������tO-Ajif������������^^  I   FA.RFJBLD   |  STORE :  J. JACK.   P,iol>.  ���������41  *i. mkm**w*ux*iujiaumMit������m\  John Johnston.    Prop  NOTICE TO.THE PUBLIC.  Having built n Inrqo waioliotiHonndmil1  [U-Conrlunmy. I will in fit1 nro keep on  liinrt a aiock of nil IdiulH of \hy, firilu,  nml Fiii'd at lowent market niton, A  upeoliilty will bonnuJo of roller (iriifilod  fo(nl fnr In-won which will nml. u H>viiu.  of niio thinl in tlm coH of feed. Onloni  Kivon tboleiiniHLtir or by-.phone will .he  promptly llllod, Tlinulciimyou for your  patr< nri)<(j In tbo pust and .ollpiiincr a oon  tlnnunooof tliiimimi) on hrouhi' Iiouh, 1  ���������beg to rcn .������li'  Yonrn ���������oooinniitiKl,  IIYRON CUAWPOUD..  to  b  >'  V  *  t  K  t\ Dunsmviir Avo.   Cumberland \b  < k  A Fine Assortment of  ' the Choicest Cuudies,  Fruits and Tobacco,  .Vancouver Ice Cream.  IIUPERT LAND D1STBICT  Dibtriot of Ruport  TAKE NO riCE lh-.t James Brndrbaw,  ot Kinporm, Ploriuii, oni ponier, inc. n. s  to tijjply for pt-imissiiiu to puroliane tho  followiujj. di'tofibed laoc's:���������Cbniui-noinn  <il a jiuat jjlunttd 2 milon w.Mt uf the >S,K.  oormroi hooiou _4, townnbip 2n, thomic  ni.rlh 40 cb- i ,h, tb-nn'j w.si 80 obati u,  Ih.nc.) math U) chuins) ibonuo oibt 80  clrniiH to |>lii(-c of oiiinmbiiui-meut, oou-  tuini k U'-!t) aerca in nro or Wm.  isenbo.l on poot J IV������ S.K. oorujr,  James lhtAnniiAW,  Dan OUik, iujen'.  Dated Deeombnr 19th, 1010. ,  RUPRUT LAND DWTHICT  DiHtriot of Ruport.  TAKE NOTICE tbat Oti'ailos .Tudson  Miiu-r, ������.f..tiiueuoo, N.Y,, lotredtom-  ������r, ilondn tn npply lor poiillusion to  pniti ,\ o the folio * inn ' (WiibtM innd������:  Ojii. . o oinw ;it/ ft poet' i-liintod.2 ini on  wchI o' tli-j ,SK uoixor of Section 24, Town  hhip20, tii.noo lii'itH 80 olii'i b, tboote  euHiHO'/ohiimi, ihonoo auuilitn) chains,  tliunou \y...it 30 iiluiinu, in jiliun of onmm-  o'><>n.<;i)t, oi/iilitii in������ 610 niiro-, moro or  10������M. CnAUI.ICHiJllDH'lN' MlNlilt'-'  S.r.b'il on pout C.IMV S\V c .iner  Dun (Jlurii, Affoiil.  DaiodDo-mlior 19t.lt, 1010  BCPlfiRT LAHD   DISTRICT  DiBinct of Ruqert  TAKE notice that Delia Brooks,  of Vancouver, B. C, Married  woman, intends to apply for per-  mishbii to purchase the following  defcrihed lands:���������Commencing ut  posl planted at the   northwest cor  .iier-of���������Section 80)^_Town8hip__9...  thence e������bt 80 chain., thence poutli  80 chaini*, tliev.ee we?t 80 chainp,  thenou north 80 chainst to place of  commencement contaiidng. G40  acn-H morcior lees.  Scribed on.Po.t D.iB'-. N.'W  cor.  DEf.TuV BltOOKSj"'  Dan Cl^rk, Aftont.  Dated Decrabcr 17th, 1910.  RUP1CRT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice, that Murfueriu,  Leitch uf Vancouver, B.C.,' occu--  patiwn Sakplady, intends to apply  for permieei'on to purchase the* foi-  lowiug deecribed land.: -  Comn.enciii������-al a post planfed  nt tiie north oast corn������-r of Section  34, Township 20, thonco we*.t 80  chain., tlionce .oulh 80 chaiiiH.  thence^east 80 chair.*', ihence norlh  80 chains to place of con-m.v.oe- '  ment, containing 640 acst-J, more  or less. .   ���������  Scribed on poaf, M.L.'b N. E cor. '  MAItGUKniTfi LEITCH-  Dan. Clark, Agent.  Dated December 16th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Edna  Fisher ���������  Spencer of Akmeria, Cal., married '���������  woman, intends to apply for per-  mip.ion to purchafo tiie following  des=cribpd land.:���������  Commencing at a. post planter!  at iho . outh we?t corner of Section  2 Town������hip,, 21, thence east 80  chains, tltence north 80 chitinc,  'herce west 80 chains, thence i-outh .  80 chains to place of commencement, couiaiuing G40 acre<3 more or  less.  Scribed on po.st E.P.F.'hS W.cor..  ������dna Fisher r_r*������'_?cEr-.  Dan Clark /Agent.  Dated Der-ember 16th. 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE-NOTICE tliat Edward Dike,  nf Uii ulinrntui. KY; coj chnmn.in oi.da to  apiily f<>r peroiisBion to liUrotmuo tho fol-  lowiu)>,doscriiie'l lands:--Cuiun.oncinnj,' ut  a p at'plaited 2 milci west, ol the  Boutu emit (junior ol' .*t>oiiwn 24, Tuwnfihip  Ml������, .licnot) Wti.-t bl) oliaio*-, ihiuiM souUi  8(1 olmiuM, thenuo oni-t 80 oIiiodh, tnt.ncu  north 80 c]i..,ii8 t.. plicn nf cimuioDUuiu.nr,  uuntiii tin'. (ilOuoriiH, nmru or U-sn.  Sitriliud on post 13D'������ N.E, ofirnor,  Edwaud Uvkk.  Dan Clark, Agent,  Dated Do.oinborlOlh, 1010. '  "     ItuT'EItl LANFl/ISTRICr  Uintiiotof Rttport.  TAKE NOTICE tint Thomas.Froflorlok  Tin>l(or, of Vancouvui, J>.0., lologr.pb  oper. tuiiintt'iniu to upply for poiniid-  .luu to _n.oh.iH0 tiui t'.iltiiwiiH.' ilesdiibud  IniKlRi-Cmninei'oing it ������ ii������Ht. pjuntod, m  chn i or.b weit owriur of 8 o.lon 18, loivn  ���������bipd, tlionio Boutb 80 elmln6, t'loiue  fund KOyli in*, ibemi'i nor,h 80 olminH,  tiiuKJO wo������t SI) ylmii.H tn pla.o if oon-  mouvomem, uoatuinii.K 040 nurea, moro  or lcii������.  Sorib;irl on po������t Tpr'��������� N.VV  o roor.  Tuokas Flti:i)KUI(:K .I'abkkh,  J),in Oln.'k,-.Vj-ont.  n������t..(l D.iroml)cr lillb. 1010  uuou mi iVihUlbul'ioii ut ulucl:'.i;'ily, ,,  j'igoiierutvi, ui>o or diupoto of supply or diu-  tiute electricity , for li"iliting or  M.iivu powar,.,...uud to aonstruo., lay  vii,  out bibb,   aii'l carry out oalil������i,  on,   liiiuu,   uoounuiliiloiH,   liiinpH^iiiicl  1-kn.  AKE NOTICE that William F. Smith,  Vnuoniivor, ocmipation, enrpt-ntur, iu>  dn to upply fur |i(irniiimloii to ptirulianu  followii g .leiaribdd lsudm-Ooniminc-  nt n pout plant'ul at t.|.o)iiorth, niwt cor.  of No. 1, thenop north 80 ohniiu, iliwioo  tSOuhauii, thouce tauth NO uh'ini.,  uc6 went Ol) ohuini, to point nf uoinn,-  iiiiinit, oontnininrf 010 torcn, moro������r  WIIXTAM P.SMITH,  Nuna of Ai'pticitut.  .edJuiiOllth, 1010.  UNION S, S. CO., of R.C. Ud  Nanaimo-Union Hay- Comox -Campiihi.t,  RlVBIl Koutb,  8itllin������ii0 niidor���������  Twln-wruw Htemner "COWIOUAN"  h'avoii ViiDcouiior'L'hui'bdn)' (1 p.m.  Arrlvo Unlnn   (tor ('nmhoilmulj   IP.Iil..--  niominu ,,  Arrivtm C������mox Vridaj1 inorn'nft      ''  Arrive Onmiiuoll Uiver Friday noon  RvturiiiiiBi  hv    Ooinox Friday 4 n in  ������������������ Union Buy     '������������������/.������������������  " Natiuin.o midnight  . Dealer in  ALL KINDS OF  Fruit; Candy Cigars  Cigarettes & Tobacco.  Honova Hlock,  OUMHKULAND, B.O.  ���������9      ��������� y  <k *  ****O*t������'������O*$<fr0^^O<K0<KV44<l>  Irtsavitii V^noouvi^i', Patindav o p  ArrivtiB Nmioirao, .Snltintay 12 n  ni  lay 12 v m  Arrlvea Union, .Sundny ii u m  [for l.tiinUrUiiii]  ArrivoH Ui mox,  tfmniiiy Hum  Kouiniiiifj:���������  f.criv-'it ('om-.j;, "niulity 1 p in  'Uiivt*������ Uii'*i.i SuuilHy & pin  I/Hvn������ Viiiaitno, "iiii.lny m .|-;*lit  [ -;vi'Jtfot m (.u������uhc v,'.n������.iai. n> w.']  1fa     TT^  ������������ ru  JOHN McLEODS  |fOK,Kli:ST.'J];ASS  CASllY. PKIIITH.  ar<UKrV*'TO..AOOOH  NOTICK is horeby (-Won tint on Ilu. first  day nl luiminlirr ncxn rppbc������������inii will lw  muile to tin- .SIjmriuiuuiluiit of Provincial  I'nlifc. Viciuria, for th������ r*t is������nl of thn ho-  ������#1 li.)# mi to ��������� II \'inotr by r*l������il in {he  hold kno.vn o������ thi- P.irl AuKmt* lit,trl.'.it  oatt'tl it dmAx, B.t'. J. R Hoi.vk.1.  Dniul Odolui 1I.I010.  ItUI'KttTIiAWDmsTllTOT  DiHlriot nf itiipirt.  TAlvKNlVnOK that������Inn go CirtuaLv  rocqno M'lbr, of v'huo ������uv. r. U.U., iii'iih-  (iiih'ulcnJnrcr, into (Ih tn a.i)ily fur punna  liion to pti.cniiHo lliu  f. Ilowi u do ciibod  liiiiilii-O.iniinwiioi k 'it n p.ti j-lintid onu  in'l'i ciihi oi tbo i (irtli * i in, coi nor oi Hi ot-  ion IH, Tovnuhlp 0, tlKini'ii������ml 80 nbnin*',  'lionet! to* h -lOcli i it., thn ce  vv.-4 fill  (.|\n|:i������, tbonca Ki.utb -t'l cb liim t.i placo  of eomnioiicoiiii'iitucontii i.i. <j U2t) itoroi,  mo (i i r loH".  8uril>������d on pimt.fiOl.M'n HW cnriitr.  OiiomiH CiitruH Lauocquk Mimjiii,  Dili (Jlurk, A.Ont.  l)itlodlK'.oniibi-r 'i0th,JOl0_   UUl'EUT LAND DlSTItlOT.  Dlwtrict ot Hnport.    '  TAKK notice that Hurry P,*iU*n  Archibald of Vnncouvcr, IJ C , en*  ulncur, inlomlri to npply for fM*nni������  ^ic'G Cotton IXmt Compound  T  ".I   ,.v  illn tluwo fli-ynci  ���������No.������,  m  ffyr\,m Tho ������runt Ulcrlro Ton In, ion!  i* A/E-.. ft������������ly   '"������'<'  otllwtual Montl.lv  to.r.iliUovnnwIilriliviim'Mirrn  Icpuiul. Polil In tluwo fli'irnci  it Hti-onRtn-Nrt.������, CI t No. it,  tp(Iciniioi litrontrei, ^'i| No. li,  for npocl.it DiuicM, Wi jicr box.  tfolrt hy nil ill iiiralHhj, or ������i-.(  nropftid on ruoclpt of prlpo.  ji,     1'iw pamphlet. Ai.uronn;i THU  OlNlllMlfll4llllCl).,TUHIINT0.l)NT.   s.if'Ii''2sff������U,poiut. Polil In  <WvV'*i\   ot Htl-OIIRth'  ijemerly WtrMiiifl  r^twt*,l,'l*4,'Mwl"I*l"S"l,,l',l,'l',l"l*'lwl,,Wl  o  IIUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Dintrict cf Rupr-rt.  T\KE no>ict* thnt Iiaidfe-Aebhy-  of Vancouver, B;C , married woman .  intend-, to apply tor pprmimon  to  purchaeo tbe   following der-cnbud  lands:��������� ���������  Commencing nt a post planted  at iheeonth east corner of Section  3, Township 21, thence nbeth 80  chains, thence vc-Pt 80 chain*-,  thenoee south SO chains, thonco  eiist 80 ohainf- to place of cum*  mencement, contaii.ing 6*10 acres  more-or Icbh  Hcribcd on popt, H A.'f* 8.E. cor.  PLmi;i.jJ Askew  Dan Clark, Agont.  Dated December 16th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Dintiict of Ruport,  TAKE KOUU13 that Lillian Shoppard,  nf v'oncouvir, R.C., umrrii'd wo'������.mi j������.  tfuila to upply for permihuiou to pnrt|i*i-.&  ibo lollowiuR il aoribod landB!-"0.injDii*n  omg ������i a poii plauttd at the aoutb oavt  o/irinr of fotdion 24,iToinir-bip 21, tlivi>o<t  worth 80 ohninH, tbeuco wc-ut 80 chaina,  thoiou o urh 80 cbiiinn, dionen vnat fifl  olidns t ��������� ulica of c*inmi������t.:m<1m������iii, eoti-  tni.iTl.tf (5-tO noiOH, tnoro nr Knm.  8cnb������U on piBt LS'a S.K. rirnu.ir.  Lai,i.w > jir.rrAiir.. ���������"  Ihn Clark, Aan������.t.  nnWDccemtor m.h, IfliO.  RU ri'.n't'l.AKirWHTlMCT  Dihlrii't of Rupftrt.  TAKK NOTJOK that WlUirmWodiuaa  Shcppuid, of Vancouver, V>, C, oah-  ini.t niiilicr, iulondu t������ ������[<pl,. for poiiuis-  kIoh t.i piuctiiisu 'ho foiiotvin); <l������**ori!.������.d  liTidi.; Commonoidir n< n p<*-|it pliiniwi oun  mile ������'<.������ of tb't ������oiitb('a������t. onrnci 'of I'iv*  lioii'J-l, Towmbip '������). Ihoiio.* uulb HU  ehalnH, tlonco wi'ut >i0 cliiilnH, tbnrco  ton li HO ohni'iH, tlicnoc oa-t 80 chaini* to  plaoii of coiinni'i comiiut, oontidoinij <I40  uoriiH, moro or oh.  iSuiiboil on p >>t WW B'b S B, (ji.uiitr,  WlLMAM WnWlAN ftl'KPFAlin,  ihn Clark, Aetat.  Da^droccmbnr lllth, 1010.  ii,,, r���������M.  ���������IV!.':"  Kirihuil lftnds:���������Ctmnrieiicinq nt, a  poi-t plnnloil 4 chni:i������ north of 1. M  I.occoh'h foutlnvui't corner, tboncc  north -10 chain*1, Ibon.'u \vo-<t 40  cba'ti*:, thfncfl flomh -If) elm in*.  tbence t'liM-10 ehaiiiH ������o pbice o*  comitienccnir-nt. containing H*0  jicrtH, mor or U>.*#  Scribed on p wt H.P.A.'a 8 E. c<������r  IIaiihy l'ATrus AuomnAi.n.  Dili Cl������rk, nj-'ii'  Dated Ue?   ll������l������, UIIO..  1  0  0,  _  a  <  z  i  c  _  **2  o  o  >  <1)  CO  n  X5  C  C5  "C  Ut!  f     <*������������������<  (/���������  ���������Jt  *M  ^  "W  o  c/)   CJ  <D     \  > ts  r       .<~i  >"i "'   ���������  ������*  <  bo  c  ���������  ***4  "S  t  ���������5  RUratT LAND DISTRICT  Dlntriot of Rupor'.  TAKE NOTICE  tint Willinm Kond-  rlekTM/ker.of v������noni(v.i H.O.m������nufAi**nr  ornHtf������ut, intoiitlM to npply fo- iirriitiH'nit  to purohaso ijioMlowl tr mHuiibwi l������mU:  i V) iimci.cinu at  ������  pint ;ilu-.tu t fihotit lr  .-In Mii'ij). tlm i.nrthwial corner of n������u������  IliO to. iwHi,l������-<ip i/, II." |.'H,������MkftyoU������llli������  \ i*������u-i������ -rmthHO cbMn , thi'ic-   ���������' t������\ M  iliiiinn, lm.i������ nor h 80 uln.1 * topUeeof  oniniuriio mot,  omtnfnin..  C10   _ui>u  moro m :<*m.  Scriod  n po������t WKT'������ N.W. cmer,.  Wju.iam KviKonicK Tarkvil  IhW !��������� co . ber I������ I..' 11)10.'       "*"'* '  \tmml  (V  RUri-RrLAM}I)IHT������:'.Cf  U't-ioiff Rni.r.it.  TAKK KDI'ICB that hb������lU MmV-  lotna, of Vi ciiiHor, H, ('., i������!������������f  ol rk, {ii.������ii.I tn *������oply f. - j ��������� ri > ������,{���������,, \%\  vu,(*lim>������ ibo lo' ow ou ,w iu.(i la-d-:���������  I'l'ii'iii'-nciiu i.I    f> ul \<\ nn. ..   !,������������������>,. r r  . <������������������ it'd-ni ������*..'t ii :r������. low pHp i..-,  tin  con** !*��������� 80 o������'������iii������   tho ������i������  *>r\   Hi  ������������������h.in, ill-, c    t������<iri.. M .*,.������������.  !n ���������  ���������  ���������Afut %{) b < ������, ut i������J.f    i-1   ������������������(>;���������. ���������  on< t, oo tiiinb'R0-l|,*<or<������,nio.Mt *..������.  Hrih .i������n. *. -,1 i>\\ v u     ������-,.),'  lMAHk.1' i MuvKiKn-nr:,  J.'.in t Jntk, iikv-ut.  I) u,: ikMib i I'j.ij. tyio.  i **M **l-Hi hht H-UhVH*UV-U*  _____i__________i__  __________________������������������ ���������/TT-  -^^.^���������W,^,,^^,,.,...^,,,.,, ������������������,,,l...,,y>J| .,,���������.,..��������� i.,......, ^p.p-.yy.^w-^.^.-y.,.. a,*t*^CT*������_*,'*TTWT?t':"**';>*'%  ,'���������'.   v.-       :>-_������������������ " T,*,;'.-"-,   ������������������;:���������-',-���������'.> f-������<      '  ,.  -: - - *  ,; ,. ���������:'- .-*;.vt- *���������' - ���������   -< -Vil'".*-'   *v  V  THE, NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  :\  Doctors Said  Health Cone  Suffered with Throat Trouble  Mr. B. W.  D. Barnes,  ex - Sheriff  of Warren  County,  T e nnessee,  In a letter  from , Mc-  M I n n vllle,  Ten nessee,  writes:  "I h ad  thro at  trouble  and had  three doctors treating  me. All  failed to do  me any  good, and  pronounced  m y health  gone. I concluded.'to'.  try Peruna, and after using four bottles can say I wa3 entirely cured."  Unable to Work.  Mr. Gustav Himmelreich, Hochheim.,  Texas, writes:  "For a number of years I suffered  whenever I took cold, with severe attacks of asthma, which usually yielded  to the common home remedies.  "Last year, however, I suffered for  eight months without interruption so  that I could not do any work at all.  The various medicines that were prescribed brought me no relief.  "After taking1 six bottles of Peruna,  two of Lacupia and two of Manalln. I  am free oF my trouble so that I can do  all my farm work again. I can heartily recommend this medicine to any  one who suffers with this annoying  cot.iplaint'and believe that they will  obtain good results."  WHERE COOK'S MEN DIED.  Dis-  .dl  S_S_33  Mr. B. W. D. Barnes.  A youtig man once carried a lady  Fomc flowers. "Oh, aren't they beautiful!" she said. "And there is a little dew on them still."  "Yes," stammered tbe youth,  "there is a. little due on them, but it  will be paid tomorrow."  ���������nieklr sUpi, nought., onr������- Mid*, heal*  ma  throat ������ad   lungs. ���������   ���������       US o*rit_.  It  sometimes    happens    tliat    the  black sheep of a family is a blonde.  Love is one part play and ninety-  nine parts work.  Mlnard's   Liniment  Cure   Diphtheria,  An undertaker knows a lot of  "(lead ones" that he is Unable to  bury.  All the world's a stage, and life is  the greatest show on earth.  A man isn't necessarily headstrong  because he butts in.  HOW SKIN-TROUBLES  HAVE BEEN CURED  A Remarkable Record of Itching,  Burning, Disfiguring Eruptions  Successfully Treated.  That thoso who h_ve Buffered lone and  'hopelessly from eczema and other torturing,  olsficurlni. eruptions ot tbe ikin and ncalp  and who havo lost faith In all manner of  treatment, may learn that there Is ono way to  Ilnd Immedlatorulifif, thnfollowloit remarkable  .cries of condensed testimonials ia published:  W. H. While, 312 ... Cabot St.. Philadelphia: Knee to ankla a mass of eruption,  fciifftirliii, simply induscrlhable for six Ions  -. oius, Had to Rcratch till blood, ran und  health waa undermined from lack of sleep.  Cuticura Ucmndics cured It without it mark.  Mr?. M. 0. Malllftwl, Junper, Ont,-. Itchy  rash on her baby's head when Imt threo  months old. It spread over entire hoily, Tut  mittens on him to prevent tearliiR skin,  llcduced to a skeleton, Oun bath with Outl-  cum Hoap and niiplleal Inn of Cuticura Oinl-  ment mmiIii-O lilm to sleep. A nIiikIh set  cured lilm. Tlilnkn elilhl would have died  but for Cuticura Itemmlies.  Mrs. Win. llimt, m Fnlrmonnl Ave.,  Newmk, N. J.: Whole hoily u iiiiihi, ol raw,  torturliiu cer.i-itm. Aifony was heyoiul worn*,  Hair ull lell out and ears seemed ready In  drop ciif. Clotlilm* would stick lo hleeillm.  Ilriili. Hoped death would soon end fdiiiul  siifiYrliiK. Cuticura JtewedliM cooled tlm aeii-  Ins, lilei'dlm; llesh ut onco uml souit cured in-r,  Minn. J, H, Itcnaud, _77, Mmilmui ,si.,  Montreal: .'rented liy doctors -si/, vciirs lor  bail ic'/eiiia on k-_, It pveleil limn kniii  down; loot like ruw flesh, Dorloi ihIi-Im*!  I'lillliiB lew off. Derided to try fiilJciua  ll.nii:dl(-!4 flr.-t. In tvso muntlis' use til Cuti-  curii HcnicdlcH she wu-i cured,  Mr*. Nora. I-.mmoU, 2d, Lena (larilen������.  Hrook Green. Loudon: Two little, itlrlx had  dreadful nalp trouble that doclors called  rliiKWonn, Cried with IiiIcim* Itrliln.', Hon-  plml treatnient k������vo frightful pain imt did  no good, Kulfenil three years, cured by  til ice t.clti of Cutlmuu 8oii|i unit Oliitiimnt.  _. II. A. Krutskoff, _7M Wabash Ave.,  CnlcsRo:  .(nhlnif nruptlon spread from lianil.i  liii'U.,.,    ,.a.:,aiij  Kiir ins S1.1I1 ull ill Mllrt'n,  Diwlom ami remedies did no imnd. (luilrura  6o*|>, Umtmi-nt ultd i uu stopped uumni  quickly and cured disease In three weeks. ���������  Frank Clrldlcy, .128 E. <3rd 8t��������� New Vorki  In livfr.ty-fmir hours h������- bKjime raw from  licsd to foot with a dreadful hurnlnir Iteli.'  (-;ufifi*<l m;onies and could nnt lie down or  ��������� it up.   Cuticura .man and Cuticura Ointment  t..,r������<l  I.In,   f,i   ,,   , It.'.fr.   ,!.,,.  Mrs, Kr.to Ilrout-hain, ?00 Dewey Si.,  HrnniiiKioii, Vt,: Jtiuh caine on her baby  arid souii turned to watery, crusted .czt-ma  over (see, head and body. He was a fearful  slight and all attempts at cure were frultle**-.  Vastly Improved In u week by us������of (Jullrur%  Ik-iutUiw and soon skin wta dear and healthy.  .,a, J. Dancp, 'il, New Hoail, Ilrentford,  j-.ngiaiid: Tortured for live year* with l,*ad  sliln dl-i )..rf. Attends! liovplni (!���������/#��������� nroiitlt>i  wltlioui huccess. Covered wlili erupiion. No'  ���������sleep nor rest. Kelt like tesrlna himself n>  pi'-*-*** wl������h t'-rrlfif*. Iifhlnf, U'irli fir.,t ai-pM-  ratton of (.'utlrura Olntnwnt ���������*������* relieved and  tU kwI nliiht's kleep. In a fortiiliilil Outi-  cur������ Ointment cured him as if by nisKlr.  Cut Jmra Boap, ("utlruta Ointment, Cullrur*  llMolvent and Cutlnira l������lll������������r������M)|c| bvdrue-  eUts everywhere, hend to Potter (hue A  Ctietn. Corp., IloMwi, .Msm., for ftw 8a-i������at������  Interesting  Relics   of  Massacre  covered  Recently.  Tho exact spot where 10 members  of Capt. Cook's expedition were massacred by the Maoris 137 years ago  has been definitely determined, and  some interesting relics of the ancient  tragedy discovered by Robert McNnb  in Grass Cove, Queen Charlotte  Sound.-  '���������'< 0' ..-  _;.���������'...'  It may, perhaps, be remembered  that on Dec. 17, 1773, the captain of  the Adventure sent two officers and  eight men across the sound .to.'gather  wild geese for. the ship's company.  They failed to return, and searchers  who were sent out finally discovered  evidence of a tragedy in a number nf  baskets containing human flesh and  fern root, also a band ol'a white man.  Grass Cove was previously conjectured to be the scene of the ancient  tragedy, but Mr. "McNab, however,  has settled the question once and for  all by discovering the exact spot  where' the Englishmen wero murdered. -.  .After Mr.iMcNab and the party of  friends with'him had decided that the  massacre took place in a certain bend  in Grass Cove���������a conclusion to which  they came by.'comparing tho locality  with the'description given in Cook's  popers���������they went ashore and spoke  to a settler, Mr. Greensill. who was  living on the spot, regarding any evi.  donee* of the massacre that he may  have seen. Mr. Greensill said he had  dug up in bis garden an old flintlock, a barrel, a bayonet, and some  other kind of a weapon he was, un-  ab!" to identify. 'tl ���������������������������:  .-��������� This latter weapon Mt": McNab at  once identified as ah officer's hanger,  which was. doubtless the one used by  Midshipman Rowe, who' was in  charge oi the boat's crew. There was  a description of the .word given in  the accounts l(and they corresponded  exactly with the weapon dug tip.  It was with that hanger that Midshipman Rowe killed two Maoris and  wounded the chief before being overpowered and killed. This discovery  places beyond a shadow of a doubt  the exact locality of the massacre,  which took place on the spot now occupied as Mr. Greensill's Harden in  Grass Cove. Mr. McNab discountenances the idea that the weapon may  have been carried there from the fact  that the locality exactly cor-cspond?  with the description given by Capt.  Cook.���������London Standard.  BUY COCKSHUTT  The one beam supports the Grain Box���������the Grain Box is noj^caUed upon to support the .Prill,  A,woman is happily married to a  man when there are certain things  she will put on only for him.  Experience  begotten  of  matrimony  is a strenuous teacher.  LA GRIPPE RAVAGES  THE TROUBLE  CANADA  IS  SWEEPING   OVER  AN  EPIDEMIC  Weakened   and   Broken   Constitution*?  Left  Behind���������How to Regain  New Health and Strength  ROBES HAND-WOVEN.  La Grippe is one of the most dangerous diseases that annually sweeps  oyer CanadaT It starts with a sneeze  ���������a slight cold���������and ends witli a  complication of troubles. It lays the  strong man on his back; it tortures  him with fevers and chills, with head-  aches and backaches. Its victims are  left low-spirited and depressed, and  an easy prey . to bronchitis, pneumonia, rheumatism,/ and often that  most dreaded of all diseases  sumption  entirely by keeping the ;��������� blood rich  and red ���������by .-the"occasional, use oi Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. .'. The trouble  takes as its victims those whose  blood is in a poor condition, and its  after-effects are more dangerous and  more lasting than the trouble itself.  For the after-effects of -la grippe  there is absolutely no other medicine  can equal Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.  Every dose helps to make, rich, red  blood that drives disease from the  system, and makes weak, despondent  men and women bright, cheerful nnd  strong. If you have suffered in any  way from the epidemic of la grippe  that has been sweeping over Canada,  give this great health-restoring medicine a trial, and it will not disappoint you. Here is proof of the wonderful power ���������of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills over the after-.effects of this  disease. Mr. P. E. Paulin, colloctor  of customs  at Caraquet,  N.B., says-.  Face the Sun   "  Don't hunt after trouble,   but   look  for success,  You'll find what-you look for; don't  look for distress.  If you see but your shadow, remember, I pray,  That the sun. is still    shining,    but  you're in the way.  Doa't grumble, don't   bluster,   don't  dream and don't shirk,  Don't  think    of    your    worries,  but  think  of your work.  The worries will vanish, the work will  be done,  No man sees his shadow who faces  the sun.  "Thnt man," said tho Londoner to  his fair American cousin, to whom  lie was showing the sights of the capital���������that man, waiting there on tbo  pavement for the 'bus. is a great  philanthropist,"  "Waal, waal, waal, waal!" said his  American cousin.  "Ho spends his whole life," continued the Londoner, "helping his  . fallen brothers and sisters. He raises  ,. ...       ?on"/them when they    are   down.     They  ^_^;ai^u,1_,_J5nJ??? I stretch  out  their  hands   appenlfugly  to him, and bruised and crushed hu ���������  inanity cling to him, sure of help."  "Waal, what a dandy guy!" cried  the American cousin. "Ain't he a  fair peach, now,   Whoever is he?"  "He is the instructor," replied the  Londoner, "at our local roller-skating  rink.'*    ��������� v  Life's- Answer's . ' ������������������  Life has a different meaning, a different riddle, a different reply for  each of us. There is not one sphinx,  but many sphinxes���������as many as  there are men and women. We must  all answer for ourselves. Pascal has  one- answer, "Relieve!" Moliere has  another, "Observe!" Thackeray's  answer is "Be good and enjoy!" but  a melancholy temperament was his.���������  Andrew Lung.  PILES CURED IN 8 TO 14 DAYS  Your druggist will refund money if  PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any  case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or  Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.   50c.  "What happened to Babylon?" asked the Sundav school teacher.  "It fell I" cried the pupil.  "And what became of Nineveh?"  "It  was destroyed!"  "And what of Tyre?"  "Punctured!"  Always Serviceable.���������MoBt pills lose their  properties with ape. Not so with Par-  melee's Vegetablo Pills. The pill iiijjbs is  ho compounded that their Btrength and  effectiveness is preserved arid the pills  can be carried anywhere without fear of  losing thoir potenoy. This is a quality  that few pills possess. Some pills lose  their power but not so with Parmelee's.  They will maintain their freahne.s and  potency for a long- time.  Judge Austin, who was among the  guests at tlie Law society banquet at  Bristol, told a story which shows the  power of a woman's tears in a court  of justice. One miserably cold night,  at the close of a long sitting of the  Bristol county court, a poor, shivering woman, with an ill-clad infant  iu her arms, asked Judge Armstrong  to s'tay the execution against her  husband. Tears poured down her  cheeks as she told a piteous story  of want, and his honor at once complied  with  her  repuest.   Drying  her  Anyway, you never see it man wearing his diamond collar Button at the  back of his neck.  Cottage Looms In Suffolk at Work on  Royal Velvet. ,  In the ancient borough of Sudburv  in   Suffolk   the few   remaining  hand  -loom���������weavers .are-hard-a t.-work-niak-  ing   the  velvet   for    the  coronation  robes.  Among the number are the Misses  Foakes, members of a family of  weaver's who in days past were makers  of bunting for the royal navy. In  their cottage, which was once visited  by the Queen, are two hand looms on  which are two lengths of b-autiiul  velvet, one rich crimson in color und  the other dark brown.  The weavers are seated when at  their looms, their feet working pedals  resembling those of an organ. There  a'r two sets of threads, the visible one  forming the back of the material, and  the other the pile, each of these being  delicately threaded through vertical  threads known as the harness. The  weaver passes the shuttle backward  and forward, and each warn and weft  'is pressed home by n swinging wooden frame. A cutter which runs across  the loom on a wire cuts the threads  to make the pile.  The process of manufacture is slow  and tedious. The time is occupied  not so. much in the weaving a������ in the  cleaning. At each foot or so mnde  the weaver uses a curious knife like  a spokeshnve nnd shaves the surface  of the velvet to clean it. There are  now not more thnn thirty hand loom  weavers left in Sudbury, the Missea  Fonlkes being among tbo number.  Tho rows of weavers' cottages, now oc  ��������� cupied by other nrti&nns and. general  workers. ������hoV tho extent of the industry fifty yours ago.  A Plea for Rubbernecks,  Bo good to the rubborneclts. They  nro tlio poopla who find time to attend tlio weddings and who make tbe  public opinion that decides if tho  bride looked pretty or wilt* u (right.  They also attend the funerals, nnd :t  is through thorn thnt busy people  learn if tin') corpse looked nnturnl nnd  if tho relative* wore ns grief stricken  ni������ thoy tihoukl hnve been. Tbey decide it it woman's now dri'M is be-  mining, if n ifirl makes a good mutch,  if ii ni'w bnby in pretty, They innki*  the sentiment that is fnvonib'.o or op-  ponod U) n girl'ti singing, ber piiino^  playing or her reditu tion a in public.  They are the opinion milkers, Bo  ���������4<xi<\ to thihn.   ,  Nearly Hanged at a Spy.  Terhapa the moit remnrknblo Incident in tne uitreer of Senator Elkins,  who lias just died, occurred when, as  n young man, ho wn.i fighting for the  Union' in the Civil War. Ho wan ciin-  lunul liy a guerrilla band, and would  havo been promptly banged na a spy  bad it not been for tbo intervention  .   '\   i,\i.\.\\\i-<r  t\f iho   Iviru!    *i'lir\   r(m,v������.  ni'/.i'd bim ns a boyhood friend, Many  yenrs inter, whon fiunntor Elk inn wiw  rieli and famous, he heard thnt tho  ti.ati who hud *uvod bi-i \\U> wns roiv-  in;; twenty years in pri^n for rob-  biii'i n bnnk, nnd lie used hi* influ-  .nici,  'a  l,rlni������ nbout  tho  re1n-t:e nf Iin  former bcnrfnclor.  Her Attractiveness,  Mr.  Nervy���������Mian  Hoxhty, I adore  you.    Will you not ho my wile?  Mi**-- l'oxloy (linuuhtily)--The idea  ;.{ ;;.,-���������ii- i-rd.wv.'.n-;: ta ������ -;.l .������ my  ������t('tir.n!    Ynu should know hett.-r.  Mr Vrv.-y -f do bn-iu- h- M.-r, but  no lii-b.r.  \s she passed out of the court she  winked at the policeman at the, door,  saying: "Had the old chap that  time I."  Be ready in the golden now  To do a helpful deed.  And never let the chance go by  To meet a sister's need.       ,  Don't wait until another time,   Fbr~shr-~wh6~ "waits" "may" lose"'"  The grandest chance of all her life:  It is not ours to choose.  ���������Eden E. Rexford'.  A few winters/ago I had a severe eyes^ she thanked^ him Jor the boon,  attack of la grijipe, which completely broke me down.J I had. to-tnkeMo  my bed for several weeks, and although during that time I employed  a doctor I did not. seem to recover  from the trouble. I was left terribly  weak, did not sleep well, had night  sweats and little or no appetite, I  was really a physical wreck. Pn_,a  former occasion I had used Dr, Williams' Pink Pills for general debilitv  'with~such~"great^success'L:thrit~I-decid-  ed to try them again. I sent for &  half dozen boxes and began to take-  the Pills at .once. When tnkinc* the  second box I began to ferl quite a  change in my condition. I was able  to walk about the house and my appetite was improving. From thnt on  I gained strength every day and before the six-boxes were done I was  able "to return to the ��������� office nnd nt-  tend to my work. I have since enjoyed tbe best of health, and think  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills the best  medicine for trouble of this kind.'  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills not only  promptiv cure the serious nfter-  effects of la grippe, but they make  well nnd strong nil persons suffering  from any form of debility or general  weakness, These Pills have no laxative ' or purgative action; their mission is to make new, rich, red blood,  and thus fortify and strengthen ��������� (ivory-  organ nnd every part of the body,  Dr. Willinms' Pink Pills are sold by.  nil medicine dealers, or sent by mail  nt 50 cents a box or six boxesJpr  $2.50 hy addressing The Dr; Willinms' Medicine Co,, Brockville, Ont.  Here's a Home Dye  That  ANYONE  Oan Use.  HOME DYEING has  always been more or  less of a difficult under-  taking-- Nol ������o when  you um  DYOL.V  0NE������''*������AlLKINDS������������H  Send (or Sample  Curd end Story  lloo-lel 90  The JOHNSON.  RICHARDSON  CO., Limited,  Montreel.Cnn,  TOOK THE ADVICE  OF HER FRIENDS  AND    DODD'S       KIDNEY      PILLS  MADE  MRS.   PAINCHAUD  WELL  She inherited ill-health from her  parents, and for seven years was  a sufferer from Kidney and Heart cents  for a box,  write for free sam  5jyou' can,- make mora''b'&t of unost  anything, than-::, you pan  out Q_k_.x_ch  relatives.      '* ''��������� .-.   l":<. C"__....  -_J#j  No man is,so dull that.hevVa'n"-e������_yi-  vent an excuse for being conceited.  Be Warned  by Headache  It  Tells  of  Seriou9  Derangements  of  the Liver and Kidneys.  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  You can stop a headache with powerful drugs. But it not generally  wise to do so.  A headache" almost   always ; warns '  you of derangements- of the digestive  system, the liver, kidneys or bowels.  Awaken the liver to healthful action by tho use of Dr. Chase's. Kidney-Liver Pills and you not only free  yourself of headache, but remove, the  cause which will soon lead to more  dangerous results than headache.  .  Invigorate the action of the .kidneys  by this treatment and you take away'  the dangers of Bright's disease as  well as free yourself of headache.  Pains are the result of poison in  tbe system and whether you have  headache, backache or aching limbs, /'  you can be almost sure of relief and  cure when you cleanse and regulate  the vital organs by the use of Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  They are wonderfully prompt, as  well as definite and thorough in action. You can depend upon them,  no matter how long standing or complicated. your case,, -so long as the  cause is ' the sluggish, torpid condition of the liver and kidneys.  If   you   don't  feel  like   risking  25  JUST THINK OF IT I  With DY-O-LA you can color either Wool,  Cotton, Silk or Mixed Goods Perfectly with  the SARAE Dye,    No chance of using the  WttONQ Dye for the Goods you have to color.  Trouble.  Whitworth, Temiscouta Co., Que.,  (Special).���������That she took the advice  of her friends and used Dodd's Kidney Pills is the reason Mrs. Julien  Painchaud of this place gives for the  perfect health that shows in her  every movement.  "I inherited ill-health from my par-  ents,"_Mrs. Painchaud says in an in-  ter view." "FoFseveri "yeTrs~"my~ITeart  and Kidneys bothered me. I was always tired and nervous. I could not  sleep. My eyes bad dark circles  round them, and were '��������� puffed an'd  swollen. ���������  "1 could hardly do my housework  when I was advised to try Dodd's  Kidney Pills, One box relieved me of  pain, and six boxes made me perfectly well."  Every woman.,who is feeling fagged,  tired and worn out, should use  Dodd's Kidney Pills. They cure the  Kidneys, and every woman's health  depends on her Kidneys. Healthy  Kidneys mean pure blood, and pure  blood carries new life to run down  organs which supply tho body with  energy.  If you're a suffering woman nsk  your friends. They'll toll you out of  their own experience to use Dodd's  Kidneys Pills. ...  Tlie thorn of the rose doesn't trouble tho chap who knows how to pluck  it. ���������- ,.     ���������    .   .  pie. A trial will convince you of  their merits. One pill a dose; 25  cents a box; at all dealers or Edman-  son, Bates & Co., Toronto,  ' It takes wit to admire it in others,  and dullness to glorify it in itself.  Don't worry,  person in- the  predated'.   You are not the only  world   who   isn't  ap-  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper   ���������__      >   ~.  A woman never considers a man a  bore as long as he talks to her about  herself.  Tightness across the chest means  a. cold on tho lungs. That's the danger signal. Cure that cold with Ham-  lins Wizard Oil before it runs into'  Consumption or Pnuemonia.  Forty-six women were chosen as  county superintendents of schools in  Iowa at the last election.  ShflohbGim  ������_������-_tv MOM mmIu. emrmeoXd*, *���������*������  mtoUyMefs _Mnf__%.  __ ���������AldjL  A woman never realizes how much  her husband doesn't know until he  tries to explain something to hor.  Ladv���������"Can't you find work?'     ,  Trarnp���������"Yosnumj    but. every one  wants a reference from my last employer."                , ,       .,,  Lady���������"And can't you got on������P  Tramp���������"No, .mniti,   Yer see, he s  been dead 28 years."    "���������       ,  It In Midler to prevent than tt Ih to  miro. Tnflammntlon of theJwirh Ib the  eon-nnilon of notrUcterl _eoldi*, nnil once.  It fliidd a loitumont In tlio Byfltom It w  lime tit to dnnl with.- Treatment w������-Jj  Bloltlo's Anti-OotiHiimntlvn R/riin will  i-wdlwit* the cold and prevent Infljmma-  tion from HPtllnn In. ��������� H coHtn littlo, arid  Ih nn cnMHfnctory an It Ih Hurprlfiltn. in-  Uh results,  I  It's  nwful  unlucky  to  think you  know how to speculate.  Wealth mnv ho within the ronoh of  nil, but nil tio not reach it.     ,  Fnlrvilln, Sept. -in, 1002.  Minard'H Liniment Co., Limited,  Dear Hirs.���������Wo wish to inform you I  Ihnt we consider your MINARD'S  WNIMBNT a very superior nrticlo,  nnd wo uho it ns n mire relief for wro  thront and chest. When I toll you  I would not bo without it if thn price  wns ono dollar n bottle, I mean it.  Youm truly,  CHAS. P. TILT0N.  W. N. U., No. 134.  Where Ignorance It Blitt.  "He married Ut* girl ha ftr*t mm  ���������lry.ii;* her hair in her back yard."  "l,ov. nt firnt sight, ub?"  '..���������.,  ii,lult, liu u.vti  ku.'* it iu  'im ������_aie ffirl "  j Good wishes at tlm beuiiiiiiiiK uf (lu:  I your or on one's birthday urn pleiifi-  Unt. They give uh nncouriiRemont  land put now zest, into our lives. Alitor nil, however, good wIkIu'h will not  *���������.,-,������ trno bv tbe mere wishine, We  intake our own years, ami whether  ' thov nro happy and lveautifnl or not  will depend on tlie kind of living \vc  put into them. ���������I. K. Miller.  It U Wlie to Prevent DIonrHer.-Mnny  eaiwii lead to illwmlerH of the nlonmch  and few nm trco from them. At tlm Hr������t  mftnlfMttttlon thnt the utomnrh nml liver  are not rierformlnir their fimmlonn a  "nine of PnrmrOiV,. Vr-irr-tnhle Pllln nhnuliJ  lif������ tried, find It will bo found thnt the  dl_iMtl������o organ* will epeedily rr-mimo  healthy ������etlnn.   brmntlven   und upilntlveH  ������ro   #o   MmnM   In   <���������"���������*  *****  <''������<   "������  other preparation could ho no offMlWe a*  they.   Most people have .metrv in their  I Mm.*���������-but only a ..-.** Uuvc ucitiC  I enough to keep it there.  The Great-West Life Assurance Co.  TWELVE POINTS SUGGESTED BY ITS REPORT FOR 1910.  POINT NO. I.  A largo now business means thnt  a great many pooplo havo decidod  that The Qrent-Wett Life It the  best Company. The Grent-West  Life issued insurances of over  $14,000,000 in Canada in 1010. a  now Canadian record.  POINT No. 5.  The investments of the Great-  West Life arc tlio safest tibtainitol*;.  Thoy aru practically confined to  mortgages on real estate yielding 7  to 8 per cent, and lire secure I t.y  property worth more than flinble  tho amount a advanced.  POINT No. 2.  Thin wns not tho result of n span,  modio effort, Tho Gront-West Life  lias been a leader in Canadian bus-  InctHs in four tucceuive yean:  1007 $ 0,491.472  1008 0,008,70(1  1000 9,801,02*2  1010                  l...tfl0.055  POINT No. 8.  Next in importance Is economy  of manitRoment. No othdr Canadian Company has lower expense  rates thnn the Gront-Wost Life.  ��������� POINT No. 3.  A largo increase in business in  juice Jiicuiin .ma tiit. poikyiioiuct-i  ������'i.������ j>.t,\u���������t\_ u'iih i)m iKjYiCk'.i limy  have purchased nnd are glad to renew tb������m. The Canadian busines.  iu forco of tlio Groot-WoBfr Life Increased duriiif. 1010 by nearly $11.-  000,000���������another record,  POINT No. 4.  Th������ most Importnnt faetor in reducing profits is tho interest rate.  An fncrcune of two joints In thin  renpect will enable any Company to  double Us profits.. The Gr������at-vV>������t  Life's interest rata is higher thin  that ol nny other Company in tho  world.  It is 7 p������r cent, net.  POINT No. 7.  it re<|uiro>4 itws effort and cou.e*  qutiufly Uhh c./U Io.s<j31 C I'M I-West  Llfo policies, because the premium  rates are the lowest and the profits  aro tho highest.  Nothing succeeds llko success,  POINT No. 8.  The following is nn Illustration of  the quinquennial profits holng paid  in Hill on tbo ifl) I'ayiimut Lite Plan  age at entry 35.  Bouua, Ca.lt. Five year  Policy issued in "Reduction  1000  $ 07   $23.25  Policy issued in  1001      85    30.85  Policy issued in  1890 100    52.00  $ 0.15  8.75  11.60  POINT No. 0.  Tho policies of The Groat-West  Lifo aro clear, business-like documents, containing all possible privileges. A liberal Disability Olause  insuring against disability from accident or disease is contained in all  1011 wlth-proflt contracts,  POINT No. 10.  Thn following tnblo llluitriiti's  lomo features of the Company's  biiflinoHS, 1010,      Incruosn.  Business IsRiicd  ������ud revived,...$14,014,848  4,.12!),540  Gain in bus.  in   Forco   ,.,   10,034,441   4,a0U,5*il  Now Bus, paid -/  for    13,177,021   3,240,852  Ansfits     R,440,fll 1   1,584.080  Surplus for protection of policy*  holders $1,801,777.  POINT No. II.  Tho Dlreotors of Thn Gront-Wowt  Life aro nil experienced huslnois  men pnrtlonlnrlv well ounHflerl to  manage a Company Investing in the  Wett.  A, MaodonaM. J, II, Brock  Goo. F. Gait, P. 0. Melntyro,  It. T, Riley,- Goo. It. Crowe,  A. M, Nanton, A. Kolly,  Geo. W. Allan,   A, O. Flumerfelt,  F. Nation, Sir Dnniol H, McMiJInn.  POINT No. 12,  Detailed figures establishing the  ftbovfl stntements nre mntninod in  tho Government Bluo Book on lu  nurancc, and in tho Company't������ te  ports. Write to the Oompaiy for  the 1011 Annual Report, nnd if you  state date of birth, complete information showing cost und benefits  will be sent.  J.  V.  ���������in-   i_ ^iiill________M__i>_________i '(,*  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  i'i  ��������� i  "When we begin using other' meats  , they must be chopped."  THI. cutlet as we know It Is a very  different . thing \ from,  what   it  meant to our grandmothers.  In their day it was of veal, a ,;  cut from the loin or possibly from the  rib, to be crumbed and fried and eaten  with peas, or perhaps with.tomato-sauce,  ��������� the slight acidity of the latter making it  ��������� a suitable adjunct.to the rather negative  flavor of the meat. \ .  If grandmother were English In birth  -  or breeding, she probably was, familiar,  with mutton'cutlets, cut "from the neck'  ��������� or from the loin; while, if she were  Scotch, she -knew the cutlet's first  cousin, the eollop���������a slice like a cutlet,  ��������� but cut from the leg of veal or mutton.  .   None  of  these,   however,   as  I  have  said, ibear more than a distant resem- ���������  blance to the cutlet as we have It today.  Not only have we devised novel methods ���������  of .cooking it that were never dreamed  ��������� f by a former generation, but we have  evolved an entirely new school of cutlets, made of thicken-and game, of fish  and of lobster. For my own part, I am  quite prepared to have clam cutlets  offered me as a culinary novelty, and I  really see no reason why they would not  be quite as reasonable, as . cutlets .of  lobster! "  Though we may smile at ,the innovation, we may yet own that the results  of the inventions are extremely good  and that they furnish that longed-for  boon to the housekeeper���������something  different for the table from the hackneyed round of roast, broiled, boiled and  fried, of which -we tire, vary ,it as- we  may by 'fresh . combinations ;and .un- ���������  .   familiar sauces.,    . ,���������, ,  The cutlet as It Is best known,  even-  now, is of veal, and is usually served  fried with bacon, eUher-'plijiln.'or breaded.  My own favorite method' of-preparing  ,_ lt,Js__to_ have���������the^cutlet _trlmmed-into _  pieces not  much .larger  than  a  silver  dollar,  to have' these pounded With the.  head   of   a    hammer    or   a   hatchet,  sprinkled  with  a  few drops of  lemon  Juice,   then   rolled   in   cracker  crumbs,  dipped into beaten egg, rolled-ln cracker  crumbs again and fried to a good brown  In deep   hot fat. ��������� ,'J_omato_ sjauce may be  served   with    them.     When-  they   are  cooked  In  thds  way   they  are  a quite  .different thing from-the-veal cutlet as .  most of us know It.   The treatment with  the hammer breaks up the rather tough  libers and the meat is more easily masticated.    And   veal   requires"' thorough '  mastication to make tt anything but a  in on ace to the ordinary digestion.  ., This recipe may.bo varied.a .little.by,  omitting  the lemon  Juice, peppering  nnd salting the cutlots slightly, dipping them in beaten dffg and then In  grated  parmesan cheese beforo rolling  In    breadcrumbs    and    frying'   them.  Thin ia an  Italian touch and seldom  falls to ploaeo any ono who tries It,  , Tho cutlot may also be broiled satisfactorily, but for this   very tender  veal,should he choson, and this, too,  "should bo haminored. a'Hi tie after it  Is divided  Into pieces  of  the  right  ���������. she,  To mako thorn still moro tendor,  lay them in' o-llttlo'salad oil to which  you have added pepper and salt at discretion and leave .-thorn in thiB for llf-  ,10611 ���������llnut'oB. beforo cooking, turning  them" Bovornl timos In the oil .bath.  Broil them  for eight or ten  mlhutes,  Thoy aro   especially  good  If  served  with fried or bnko.d tomatoes.  All thOHo aro tho cutlet In what we  might call; Its natural stato., Tho voal  cutlot, mado of plain and unmlnood  moat, Is a very almplo affair, Whon  wo begin .using'.'Other'moats for tbo  cutlot, thoy must ho chopped llrst.  Thero Is tbe chicken cutlet, for In-  Htanco. What'Ih It, after nil, but a  modlflod -croquette? Tho nhlokon Ih  chopped, :o soiine In mado by cooking  togothor a 'tablespoonful of Hour and  ono of buttor, pouring upon thorn  when thoy. bubble a half pint of  chicken iitocic, utlrrlng until this  tliiolcoiiH, adding uboaton egg, putting  iii tho minced olilclton,HoaHonlng to  tasto ami sotting tho mixture asldo  to bocomo cool, At tho ntago whon It  is Hllft enough to handle It should bo  ohapod Into outlets, and thoso may bo'  rolled In ogg and cracker'crumbs, thon  dropped Into boiling fat and 'cookod  to a good brown,  Jlut chicken outlets may bo mado In  n fashion which renders thorn quite a  dlfforont thing from oroquottoB masquerading under anothor name, Kor  this din!) uncooked chicken Is needed  ���������two cups of olthor tho whlto or tbo  dark moat, or both, minced lino and  qualified by tho addition of a table-  Hpoonful of boiled hum, also minced  IUhi; it, U-utyoitntul of outeu Juleo, u  couple of tahloiipoonfulB each of  'cream and molted buttor and tbo  beaten yolk of an ogg, Aftor thoso  nro all' mlxod there may ho added to,  them a cupful of frosh breadcrumbs  Hanked until stilt In a halt cupful, ot  Jiot milk, and tho mlxturo, whon cool  nnd stiff, may ho made Into outlet  Bhnpe with tbo hands and fried a������,beforo,  Thi* dish In rnthor moro trouble to  prepare than tho ono made from t)io  rooked meat, but It hae an entirely  different flavor from, tho ordinary  chicken cutlot nreroni'inltn.  Cutlets of veal, or lamb, or' any kind  of , poultry may be prepared ��������� by  either of the recipes given'above, and  may be served in any-one of s'everal ���������  different ways'. They are attractive  arranged, around a mound of mashed  potatoes or of potato balls cut a la  Parlslense, or about green peas or  string .beans thus mounded, or they  may be served in the middle of the  dish. with a. bolder of French fried  .potatoes or fried tomatoes or of.  boiled rice. A sauce *may be poured  over them, or they may be served plain; ~  v I have already ��������� spoken of the tomato sauce,- but for cutlets of chicken  a cream - sauce is better, or a  ^bechamel- or--a mushroom sauce. The  first is. nothing;more nor less than  vthe 'ordinary. ���������White'' Isau'ee, made wlth|  a ' tablesp'o'osful each of butter and  flour and a .half pint of cream, the  first . two , ingredients/ qooking together' _ilntll they, are blended"-and  "bubblln^~^d"lheTrTthiM'ed~"'bF"tfie"  addition of the. hot milk stirred into  them until the'sauce is the thickness  of double cream. Salt and white pepper to taste "are then added and th&  sauce is ready.  The ��������� bechamel sauce, for all its  French name, is no more elaborate.  It is miyJo Jn .precisely the same way,  except that,' instead of u_lng- 'a half  pint of cream, the half pint of fluid  is comivqs,e.d of. equal .parts of cream  and strained 'and ' seasoned' "chicken  stock. The process of making is  exactly the same.  ������������������%  "Put them in a. cold place before frying."  *   While   a   mushroom   sauce- follows  , the  same  general  plan,' there  are  a  few variations. Here, as in the. others,  ; a  tablespoonful  each   of  butter ana  <, Hour  and  a  half  pint of  liquid  arc  , required,    but    the    flour    must    be  browned,    the   liquid   must   be   half  brown    stock    or    gravy     and    half  ' mushroom   liquor,   and   after   it   has  reached   tho   correct   stage   of   thlckr  ness���������that   of   heavy   croam���������a   half  cupful of chopped mushrooms and a  tablespoonful of sherry should be  added to the sauce - with the other  seasoning of salt and pepper.  A dish of chicken cutlets, even if  made from left-over Cooked meat,  served with a mushroom sauce and  French fried potatoes or green  peas, makes as attractive a luncheon as you need wish for a guest or  for the family.  But there are other cutlets besides  these, as I have already intimated.  Cutlets" of fish are usually made of  minced fish, though I have seen  salmon and halibut cut into pieces  shaped like cutlets and broiled or  fried in shallow fat. The fl.sh or  lobster or crab or oyster cutlet, ns  we usually meet it, is prepared In a  less simple  fashion.    It' is  made  on  the   same   principle   as   the   chicken,  cutlet. N.  For  a  fish  cutlet  of any   sort  the  fish   must   be   boiled   first   and   then,  flaked  up  fjne  and  prepared  with a.  sauce for the cutlet state.   The reel-,  pes, following  will  give   suggestions--.  which  may  be  easily developed  ana  elaborated by those desiring to carry-  further  the  cult of  the  cutlet.  crato Cutlets  These may be made in precisely tho  same way as the' lobster.  Oyster Cutlets  Cook the-'oysters tn their own liquor  until   the . edges . begin   to   curl,   then  take them out and chop them fine.   To.  each   pint   of   them,   after   they  are  chopped,   allow   a   tablespoonful   each  of   butter   and   flour,   cook   together  ..untll_they_l.ubb_le._and put with-them  a half pint of the oyster liquor.' When,  the sauce is thick and smooth, put in  the chopped oysters and a beaten egg,  take"'from the fire, season with salt  and   pepper   and   the   juice of  half   a  lemon,   let   all   stand   until   entirely  cold, form into cutlets, dip in beaten  egg and breadcrumbs and fry in doep  fat.   .  *MM4jU* ftanli  l&Tpd  ���������1  j   IMPORTANT NOTICE  I _r%ECAU8E of the enormous  - #5 number of letters sour to  , **"*' the Exchange-, I ntw&t osfc  contributors to limit their 0.0m'  municattona to too words, except  in casta, of ��������� formulas . or: reoipes  whioh require greater 'space. I  want all my correspondents to  have a showing in the Corner,  and if my request intthis respect  is oomplied.with. it will be possi-  bis to print many more letters.  A Peach Cobbler  it A   PWACII nobbier" wan one or tlie  ,    A ilcilluhtH.of my childhood, nnd ono  ���������*���������* wlilch I have net oiitgiwiu'itieru-  foro I gladly respond to tlio query for a  rcolpo fur rnnkliiK II.'  Horn is thu recipe;  I.lnc a Uoop onrtlion dish with a rich plu  paste. ������������������.'.-  N. 13,���������Tho.yollow dlshos nre thicker anil  bettor for tlilB ���������purpose .than more dnlnty  wore,    ",   .  Heloet rliKi pcuchos. of, tin* bout quality,  l'oro nnd out thorn In .Halves nnd (111 the  dish with them. Hprlnklo while sugar  thickly ovor them, abom hulr, 11 cup to 11 ���������  auni'l of poiiahcs, ami huke slowly for 1111  hour, Tho, dish must not bo covered whllo  tho cobbler Is baking.  r     J, lev, (Norfolk, Vn,).,  If this tempting rcclpo bo Criticised uh  'unaoaaonablo, j, would remind the house-  inothor that a fair. Imitation may ho  mado by substituting u good brand or  canned" peaches, tor,-rjpe,; when tho  fresh nro not lo bo had,' A little of  tho liquor from tho can,should ho used  to mako up for tbo lack of tho natural  JlllCOH. '  Carrot Plum Pudding  ':" In a number of tlio l.xohange published  a loiur whllo ago I wim requesiod tn send In  Iho recipe for carrot puddlnt approved by  my household, In hot weather wo pre-  ferrod othor dessert* to hot puddings, Now  Iho lntlor nre wolanme, I comply with'; lite  courteous requeit alluded to by Inclon nx  my rulo for making a plum pudding, using,  currnin.      '���������,-_���������.-��������� . . ���������  Onu cup each of brown. nuuar, needed  riilHliiM. - oleiiiiod cummin,' Rrntoi) narrom, ;  uh.ptHut ������uot.. mixed nut meatri (nlmondi,  poomiH ami fCiitillih walnutn), 1'. oiipe of  Hour nnd 1 toanpoonftil of nmin illimnlvnl In  riot wnior.    "���������_..',,' .  Mix nn vou wOnld ro ho nnd mnnin for  three  houm. . Berve   with hard or  with  ',l,uMrJf.08������.-;R'������P^mv������,.Mirh'.v''  Utlior contributors who havo eaten  mrvnt ;ilum pndrtlnjr ic-'Ufy tn tne  wholoHOtnonoHB and pnlatahlenosH of  the compound, which seems odd lo somo  of us, we nro Indebted to tho member  from MIchlKim for a coiic|������e,.compio-  IioiibIvu and novel rcclpo,  ' 4���������   (IU   JI'Lin  I am. lemllnii the accampanylnR recipe In  reiponuo to n query nimln icvi-ral wvehi  oro, If you have not alreiidy puhlUliert ill-  ri>oiinp������ for tho hoverngiv ihli'may .not t*  iinwelnnme, It li tiikon from a cook wm  tlilriy-dvo yciuie old.  Tomato Wino  ICxprei* the Juke from clean, ripe, to-  rnntoen. xtraln out the xoedi. adding no wa-  li>r, To imeh Mll'in of thi' (nice odd I  poundii of brown nuimr. This ehould U>  done after the llauld.ti������������ itood. In a warm  M������i'������ for a dfiv end l������ (m ih" ixilnt nf  : fi*rnientinn,. Htlr from ill* bi'ltmn ������nd jiour  Into <j pt*k.   .Cover  tho  buriKholo  with  ohccBOcioth to exclude Intoots and ',onve T.ho  2a������lt alono  lor  two or  three  months,    liy  :hon fermentation should have ceaeud. Pr.iiv  oft verv onrefiilly,  not to disturb-the ne<ll-  nicnt, and -.urn into bottles,   ^ork and ernl.  Keen In a box of eand   '.ny i\k the bottlus  upon their sides.   T. K. a. i.Mlunta, Ou,),  lieie  a,.ain   I   pause   to   remind   the  housemother  who  asked   for  tho  foregoing recipe that canned tomatoes may  bo-used   liist.ud   of  fresh,   should  her  impatience to try.tho formula prevent-'  her from waiting eight months or moro.  Lard in Cake  Allow me to 'Hupnort "R. IV (Chicago)'  upon tho lard quostlon. I hnvo made caKee  tor more than eleven y������am, and not 0110  of thorn had a bit of butter In It, I liavo'  been highly complimented upon them, too,  nnd often by those who assort they can  nlwnyn detect tho tiuto of lard, Thoy never  NiisiH'cted that Hie caltes "they ale and  praised wc.ro sluu-toned wltlv nothing oIho,  l.ardconiH loss limn butter and one usee -  less, for It In "Bhorter" than butter.  I Inclose my favorlie recipe. Kmm; one  mny like It, It.In very easy. The quantity heiu prescribed  mukes two Kiiod-slned  OUKOI,.  A Cheap and Good Cake  Two oiips of sugar; li of a eup of Inrd,  or I of liiiti������r; ] cupful ot sweet mllK;  ���������i CK.s; 3 cups of llour, Klftud twice wltlii  rounaed toiispoonfuls of bulijnu powder;, It  lurd be used, suit, to tasui, Any tlavnilng  you like,  I imiko one loaf und n t\v<>-liiyer imIci  from this, .."or the layer cake 1 soinu-  tlmeii mnl'.c nils .frimlliiKi ..  Ono cupful of powdereu migiir, 1 teaspoonful of butter, rubbed well Into the sugar;  ���������J U'ttupoonfuls of powdered or gruicd clioeo-  lute, 4 talilespnonriils of boiling uoffee und  a few drops of vniillln,,    ��������� ,  This rriiNtliig never dries Inlo liiivdnei's.  If you euro to  use  this,. you  mny.    If  nut, my foul lugs will ihu be ihoiulfnllv hurt.  U K, P.  (from Michigan).  BenHlhlo 'woman,' not to koop feollngs-  within diimioroimly oasy rouehl Mny 1  auk If tho combination of epffoe nnd  chocohHo In tho frosting of the cuke Is  original with your clcvor *olf7 1 novor  heurd of It before. And I tnko It that  yours Is pure, "loaf lard," ns sweet .end  froo from the bacon or pork tfiHto ana  odor art tho hCHt dairy buttor?  Removing Skim of Pctipen  To iho member from IJcrnnrdlno, Cat,  ("Kllon 11, I*."), imy that Ibis Is my method  of .loosening the skins of peppers or chills.  ] leuiued It from tliu Mexicans,  lirondpni   '  ni then  Wu'Vcr riulcltfy over them and" hover"with a  It from t...     Lay them in a hrondpnn In 0, mndemto  von und l*-avo I hem "          begin   to. brawn   slip  .....   n In a  oven und l-.nvo them tbcro.itnill the wUInu  Then   sprinkle  1., _;.  ������*,t*     iiiiiiuUd,  which tho skins mny bo nulled - off 'enslly,  Mm    fl.   I,.   iti������,..,\,   jjj,i.'.,  Tho Job of Nklnntnrv tho poppors its  usually performed Ih ho dlHogroo.ihlo  that wo nro Indobtod to you for the slm-  plo device.  Lime in a Kettle      H  . k'iet������Mt veil me bo*, to g.i trie lime ill-  posit nut of mv teakettle nnd how tu pie-  vent the reformation  of It,  Mrs, II. V, T. (l)eirolt, Mleh.).  ��������� ."III tho Uottlo with vinegar, diluted  wllh onn-flfth an-much water. If tho  Vlnegiir Ito wonk, odd no wutor. Cover  tho kettle, and bring to a. boll, weep  ''this up for twenty nilnuto/i, liy then tho  lima should be disintegrated xuflflclotilly  for you lo a.rape II off In ihiktn. . l-'lll  tho kottln again with wntor that )m������  been hailed beforo and cooled, jiluxo  and put .1 okau oyslur hI.h-11 tntu it.  Keop It tilery, romovlng It every fow  aays when the Incrustation of ilme attracted to it becomes very thick. Then  ge: a clean shel',.  Peanut   Brittle   and  Mexican  Kisses  Kindly glvo a constant render a recipe for  "peanut brlttlo," This la not the nard  imanut tufty, but Is made In tliln layers and  broken Into pieces,  Also for malting tho "white Mwcloo"  with nuts. .   MAMIE I.. U'oru, 111.).  <������������������.  .. ���������     Peanut Brittle  Mix togethor (stirring just enough to  'Ineorpornto the ingredients) a cupful,  each, of molasses and brown sugar, two  tablespoonfuls of molted butter and a  tnbleRpoonful of vinegar, Put thorn over  ihe lit. and boll without"stirring until  ti little dropped into' cold writer will  harden and be brittle, Add, then, a cupful of blanched peanuts, Remove .im- ���������  mediately from the flroj stir in a leu-"  Hpoonful of baking soda: glvo a fow  quick twirls of tho spoon, and pour  upon buttered pans,  _ is this not .what you moan by "whlto  Mexico with nuis"?  "*''.    Mexican Kisses  Mix lightly 'together three cupfuln of  light brown sugar,and a-'cupful of perfectly sweet milk. Put over tho flro and  boll until n little dropped Into cold wntor.  makes a soft hall when In.oud.u wim.  tho lingers, no careful not to have the  flro ho hoi ns to scorch tho candy, Add  a tablospoonful of butter; uh booh uh  this Is fairly hoi, take tho kettle from  the, range.-flavor wltb vanilla extract  nnd stir In 11 cupful of nuta���������ICiihIIiiH  walnuts, hickory nuts or pocuim-brokan.  Into bits,  Turn out upon a woll-bntlorod���������platter  nnd, as It cools, mark into squaroH-  "klH������eB"-wlt|i a knife,  Some Left-Over Recipes  Tho correspondent from wIioho lotlor  wo drew somo udmlrablo reclpos two  weeks ago uuppllOH mora of tho sumo  lortt    ,  A Salad of Loft-Overs  .Uft-over green beans make nn excellent  luncheon suiad, with a French diesslng und  the mill It Ion of sinnll cubes of ould potatoes,  Warmod-Ovor Corn  Cut cold boiled corn from Ihe cob (or  use drained, canned <iorn that has been  cooked), nnd put over ihu move with 11  half can of, strained tomatoes and half of  a, sweet boll pepper-Kmlded, and slireide.1  .through, una you have 11 dish no one would  1-vit think of nn n 'icfi-n-i-r. ,\ utile  union, purbolled and minced, Is an Improve-  ment,  lTrenoh Way of Trying Orooiv Oom  To every d ������ars out from the cob (raw)  add i bell poppers-seeded, muUlcd and, cut  fine. Into a frying pan pour Ju������i enough of  the bust nllvu ull lo cover tin: buituin, I'm  In the com rind rcjin,-,... ���������.vi,-.��������� n.( ..il  hlssi'S nml cook umn they are done, stirring  almost constantly,  Henion before serving, I imt this Inst,  lint It Is by mi means least,. Hirt-ly mere  rtlsheH aro mailo unpnlntnliia for IncK of  proper seasoning ihan from uiw other  enuse, Mrs, M. 11, K, tlm Angeles, fill.),  , If panned corn bo substituted for raw  In tho foregolurf roolpo, It Hluuild ho  turned from the can und drained dry  before lining.  To PottsTSrashrlls  In annwfr to the Inmilrv ������������ m v^Hshtnpr  ���������ciisholls, published in the icirlmngo s, lit  tlo whllo ago, I can tell you how the natives or our gulf const do the work,  They use a plueo or line emery clothe nr  other cloth with a roughened surface, dipping It In ornery iluBt and rubbing until all  foreign matter Is removed from thu sur-  I'auo of the shell, bringing out Into view tbo  natural tints. .   ,  Then they nib briskly with nn oiled cloth  until a luKter like varnish uppoai-H upon the  shell.  Generally, when I polished sensbolls ,or  scabeunB, I .used at the last, a light coating  of good copal or japan varnish, to prevent  them from being soiled In-Ihe bundling.  I  bono  this  mny  bo of  service to  your  I .or AiigoloH correspondent; as*l have used-  this method of enhancing tlio natural beauty  of many soashells,     n  M, VV, n. (Lansing, Mich,).  Tho most cureless render of'our Exchange   cannot   overlook   the   ploaHlng-  fact   that   It   grows   moro   and   more-  worthy of Its nnnie,   Our housemothers .  watch for opportunities of mutual helpfulness and Improve those nobly.   8I10  who  has  nut  out,   clnssiitod   and   preserved  in  eon von lent  form   the  letters  that have appeared hero during tho year  just gone bus a domostlc encyclopedia'  of rare excellence.   Sho must note, 100,  what lllls the editorial heart with nf-  fectlonutu. satisfaction���������to wit, that no  amazingly   small   percentage   of   published riuerloH und-requests remain unanswered.   It l* "��������� ���������  ��������� .  "Ah If ww watehod und walled,  Scanning one another's motions,"  over on  Ihu alert fur ohuneus. to  "do  good und to eommunlcute,"  Which, by the way, w������h our lirst Kx-  chango motto!  Passion-Flower Jelly  'Can you tell me how to uifikoielly of  the 1 i-utt of the panslou-llower vine? I have  lii-Hid of this. My noreli l������ covered .wllh, tho  vine, und tho huge biilbllku fruit Is yellow  with ripeness, .   _  Un 11 you help nm 10 a recipe for utilizing it in J'illyV li J, W. (Uaklund, I'lil,).  1 have cuter* tliu rlpu pasHlon-tlowor  IiiiIIh, and I rei-ull (he odd but pleaHiml  aeld, I see nn iviihom why you Hhoiild  not trout thiMii uh you would any othor  tint fruit,   (.'ut tbem up nnd pack Into  II Htone Jur without witter, Hot in a  deep kettle of warm water and brbiK  slowly to tbo boll, Leavo tbem In tbo  hot-water kettle, okmely covered, until  tho fruit Ih soft enough to bo Htrnlnml  through 0 ohooKoi'lolh hag, Moimire.  ulluw a pound of migut- to each plot  of liquid, Put the la tier buck over tho  lire. Sprond the sugar in shnllow j������an������  and Hist In nn open oven to heat, when  tbo jtilco lias boiled twenty  mliiutos,  'turn !<\ the !>.?1 wy,:\r nn.! :>���������.'���������: v.'MV. It  Is dlHHOlvod, Lot It holM minute and  JJJ1 )iA}y-n)u:<.sm lii-iili.'i) \iy ntUlun Ihi.m  In hot wnler, leaving them wet, When  cold, oovor with inoltod puralllne and lit  nn melal tops.  TlieHa are general rnloH for jellylnK  fruith of all IUihIh which eiuiiiot he  altered to thn advantage of the eon-  nerve. I bnve used Oir-in for fnrlv venrs  iiiui ntiver liua a failure,  ���������   Salt and Flour for Cleaning  ' , Vm onoo printed directions-for dry-Moitn-  r Ing fabrics of < liferent kinds will* 11 mixture  of  salt  and' llour...    I'leuso   publish   them  oiialn, for the hem-flt of  A  CONHTANT  Itl-I.MUCIt  (Han   l-Vam-lsen,  f"iil.>.  To ouch quart of Hour allow a hi-iip-  inir tablespoonful of salf, Hlft togulhor  ���������twle'e nml Kpronil In liniiul panH, Hef  the pnnri tn ihe open oven, stirring often  until tho llour is wnrui,   Ynu almulil hu  able to hold your hand In it with comfort.     Turn   Into   a   deep   pan   largo-  enough   to  contain   tho  article   to   bo  '  cleaned   und   treat   it  exactly   as   you  would wash it In suds���������rubbing gently  ���������und- faithfully : between your lingers.  This done, throw awuy the grimy Hour  and cuver the stuff .with clean hour  without  the salt.   Throw a cloth over  ���������all to;keep out. dust und leave,thus for  twenty-four hours. Then shako and  brush out the flour;  vou muy use line whlto meal In place  of flour If you like, Stuffs, cleaned  without" wetting remuln clean- longer  than, when washed, If well done, tho  ofteiYt Is entirely satlpfaptory,;  To Can Sweet Bellt Peppers  ������������������'.'. l nm glad, to'be nolo to answer tlio  Inquiry lx'spoetlng .arming .sweut poppers,  1 have had gratifying success with tho  lollowlng;  Cut off the stem end, remove the seeds  nnd cut tho peppers Into narrow 1 strips.  Cover wllh boiling1 water, a littlo salt ami .  leave In a vessel with iiuloso top for  twenty-four hours, Drain well, thon and  wash In clear, cold water, I'aelc in-quart  mi ns and pour Into eiiah enp l'A cupfuls  of vinegar, hilling hot, to which have been  lidded n punfnl of soger and !> small stl.ks  ,of ijlimamoa. ��������� l,et the poppers tolositlv  oovi'ieil) mnnd In,this for iliroo days. Then  drain off am reheat thu vinegar; pour It  buck over the peppers and "eiil  while lint.  Use mostly red peppers, with a few green,  Two dozen (111 u quart jar,  Mrs. II, i;, Qnmosvllle, Wis,).  If further evidence of what I wan  waving juHt ,now of tho community of  IntoreNt prevalent In our great family  .���������woro needed, wo havo It In this loitnr.  Our WIhcoiihIii member of our Iioiimu- -  bold of faith '(and works) hns wntolled  to Home purpoHO, and Is "glad" lo tako  up tho milch-dropped from another's  noodle,   "Ro fever mote It hoi"  For Leather  Kindly tell me.' what oil mlxturo to in*  upon Hpnnlsh leather,  INTISUKHTKI) (Ilrobklyn, N. Y.).     ���������  1   know   of   nothing  hotter   for   fine  leather than neat'H-foot oil,   Apply with  oil,    Hub  a  cloth   wrung out   In  tho  in thuroughly, but do not got on  on to make tho surface "gummy."  Scripture Cake  ���������' T write 'out the riclpn In full for Iho  "Iiltillial cake" inquired for by "A, K. K"  I have never entun the cake, but I nm ns-  Mm-'-*!    II,'il    I*    ,1-ltl   !',<*.tt   f,���������.   ,,!'>,,,-   ������,irm,l,���������  utp) be nil tbe better (ur keeping,  Mm   R. It   It. iVftrlbind. M\A.\.  Ah other reeliios for tho scriptural  cake have rnoiely given lefert'iices,  leaving loudcrH to look these up, I am  ������;l.iil I,, Insiiri (hut euiitrilihled by our  I'ortliind friend:,  That Scriptural Onlio  ;i!ii eupi. ot (Iniir-I Kings, |\-' s;.  i eups nf ���������ugiir-Jrreml.ih, vi. 20,  1' eups of riilsllis-l Rninoel. xxs, IS,  ���������.' eups of llgs-| Hiuniinl, xx*, li,        ��������� 1  I eup of wnt������r-r|eiif������ls. xxlv. 17,        '  1 eiiii of ulmonds-deneslN. xllll, 11.  I.lttfe ruilt-l.evllleiis, II, li  . Ji eKKs-lsitlah. x, U.  1'lnii.e snoonrul of hdliey-Kiodus xvl. 31,  Hwiet ������plces to tasie���������I Kings, x, I.  I'Villow   Holnmnn's   *i,lvle������-   fur   nmklttir  .1  Hi'iid boy  and you will Imve n  goitd eiike.-  rrov,, sm-llt, 14,  ���������Hlft  twit  tensponiifiils  nf  baking  prtwdir  IM lli.Ul, (...III InilUliK v..illl uHl Ullllull'.i  in lemovl'f KkttlM.  keeil   niSittiB ilil.l elmu tlg������.  Makes one larfre or,two small itiii*. RU"  , "iS-v^'^W"...-..^  ^f.-iUwi,  m?M  m& NEWS, CUMBERLAMDJ BRITISH COIiUMBl-V  THE FURNITURE^TORE  I  I  m  NEW STOCK  ���������OF   LACE CURTAINS  FRILLED MADRAS  PLAIN "  SCRIMS and MUSLINS  COURTENAY LOTS  FOR SALE  A Choice Assortment, with a  full range of prices.  ;���������?. . __   ���������__ _ ___     _____; . _���������_.   #___������.     a  $1������0 UP. EASY TERMS,  Busk and Farm Lauds,  - Sea and River Frontage  BEADNELL & BISCOE,  Real Estate Agents   Offices: PHOH?������ SS5���������AY   II  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  A. McKINNON  McPhee Block, Cumberland  THE SCOTCH!  The Scotch!    Hoots,inou, awa' wi' ye!  Ye're Scotcli, sine, inon, the twa o' ye,  You, Jock, and your guid mon, the Dunn���������  An unco pair for ran tin fun;  But gin ye ken when ye were done,  'Twere better for ye.  Or someone sure will pull a gun  An' set. her for ye.  So, bein' Seo s, Uis fine ye ken  The itch n o my bletherin' pen  To tell the Kn������iisher again  The way we lickit them.  We lickit ihfin at Bannockburn,  Five hunutr H*ar, that Bruce concern,  An' sin' s> ne, by brae or burn,  We've lick'd or trick'd 'em.  'Tis lang syne (hat Pve gi'en ma gliaist" upf  But frae ma grave Pd gi' 'em a haist up,  Tae pit 'em ou the tapmaist raist up,  The "Scots wha hae," an' a' that;  But, mon I ye ken they're up a'ready!  The resurrection's slow an' tteady,  But Scots are e\er unco heady,  Tae get fat berth and stand pat;  ���������-Y-i n mon ,-y e-ken- jthey. caledhim .Bobbie,   First diggit the coal lor tnony a bawbie,  But struck ii licher in the lobbie  O' ihe Legislature;  He pit the Island in his poke,  Then strikei bune to his ain fowk,  Tae tell them o' the monstrous joke  On ihe English creature.  Sin' syne the *cots hae flockit roun'  Frae Reekie A uld an' Gleska toon-  Like snawfiakes frae the clouds come doon  They flock th'gither;  Fra File's smu' kingdom, lone an' dour,  Frae Isle o' Skye, an' lowland moor,  An' hi elan' heather.  Ane takkit tae the Legislature,    ,  Tae mak' th<-* biws fur each puir creature,  An' niakiu' it a special feature  Tlie Scots tae favor.  The Scot, MacKenzie bocht.the coal;  McLeod, the mayor, headed the poll;  Sandy AlcKiiiiioij keeps the roll;  MacDouald has police control.  An' Stewart's over.  There's van'in' Colin frae th* Valley*  Wha made a sudden Sawbaith sally  Tae gie the Socialists a tally,  An' boost a Scotty.  He thought he heard the bag������pipes skirlin'  "The Campbells are CoimV," but I'm fearin'  'Twas juist his ain big lugs a'skirlin4-���������  'Twas awlu' naughty.  Eh! mon, the Scots are unco'gleg  Tae gather up each gowdeu egg,  An1 pit it safely in a bag;  Hui iniu' I'm tcllin' yef  They wudmi keep it there for aye,  But settit tne hutch for better pay;}  So, mm' ye, Jock, or else somo day  The)'11 sure be sellin' ye.  Auither paper's cam tne toon,  Thnt.s managed by an English loon,  Wha'd pit the priestau' Sawbaith doon,  An  sair does tiy uie.  Nae churchuum, I, but Scots, ye ken,  Wha For ma precnciples wad fen;  Ye're Scorn yersel', an' a' guid meu  *Vil1 mitt* fltnii1 by ye!  ���������Bomuw Burns' Ghaist,  I  Reckless Statements  A letter appears in the "Island-  er'* of the 8th inst., signed M. D.,  stating that a secret meeting of  the Cumberland license commis-  I sinners was held,   ut which the  Union Brewing Co., of Nanaimo,  was represented by our local legal  light.    Our local legal light (Mr.  P. P. Harrison)   state*   that   the  above statement is absolutely false,  and that he will donate the sum  of $200.00 to tbe local. hospital, it  anyone can prove tliat he attended  a secret meetiug of the licensing  board, or that he at any meeting  of the board, represented the Union  Brewing Co'y.   We spoke to Mr.  Harrison for, reasons of our own  regarding the letter in question,  and he replied as above.    It is up  to M. D., to try and .get hold  of  the $200.00 if he can,  or admit  that he made a reckless untruthful  statement.  H. Bonora  manufacturer of  MINERAL    WATERS  Bonora Blook  P.O. Box 439  Phono  8-8  CUMBERLAND  Ladies* and Gentlemen's Suits Made to Order  . from $20 to $35    All Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  ������      * w  .���������w*^^^*^^^*^^ ^*^**^w^^������^<*'*^i'*m  Yon can a. easily eee through  the ladies' hats at the picture  shows, as through the Tain u'  Shanter spread of hair that some  uf them weai.  HAVE  YOUR  PHOTO  TAKEN!  ���������AT���������  Powell's IStudio.  Work guaranteed.  . Prices reasonable.  K. A1DA  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILGK-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS CHADS TO   0_}DER RJiV  IN ANY STYLE YOU U1ISR  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to ������40,  CUMBERLAND, -   '   -'        B. C.  <������������������*���������'���������  ^���������^WW'^'V^'*'*^'^*^*   VVVS*Vy������*VMV^^VVA>V<<VV>/^  J\l<lfflWil-MB������ ���������*������������������  Capital $.0,200,000. Reserve $7,200,000  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED IN ANY CURRENCY,   PAYABLE  ALL  OVER THE WORLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  at highest Current Rates allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards.  OUKBERX-AND, 8. C., Branch, Open Daily.  COURTENAY, B. C, _8ub-B.a_.c_..   Open Tuesdays and  FBIDAYS.  UNION WHARF, B. 0.,  Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays  MWMUMMilMMHI  Duuftinnir Avenue is a very attractive thoroughfare at present.  VlsitoTs^r^veiyini^lPi^ressed"  with its cleanliness. We are so  familiar with it, that we are not  attracted by its beauty.  , Our public   schools closed for)  Easter vacation on   Tuesday, and  will reopen on Wednesday, April  19th.  B. Chatter,   I p pH1LUpps Harrison  LOST, STRAYED OR STO-  LEN-���������A brown sable collie dog,  answering to the name of S!:ep,  from Courtenay, on Sunday, the  2nd, inst. Anyone harboring  same, will be prosecuted according  to law.  Hugh Morrison,  Courtenay, B, (J.  I  (.Mr. John Mnndell, who left  Sandwick tor Teeswater, Ontario,  some months ngo, intends leaving  next month for Scotland, whore ho  will spend the summer, returning  to Comox in the fall,  Dr, D. E, Kerr, dentist, will be  at Cumberland from Wednesday,  April 12th, to 22nd, inclusive.  m**m*w*m*m*m**m*m*aa������aMmii****mMmaaa9  The Big Store is showing un  exceptionally lino range of the  famous Perfection Brand of Cloth-  ing, exceptionally handsome put  terns and all in the latest stylus,  and at very moderate prices.  General Blacksmith  Howe-hoeing* a Specialty.  Third Ave., Cumberland    I  tt���������������������������������������������Sttttttftttttttttttttt  Citizens' League.  A. meeting of the Citizens'  League was held last Wednesday  evening for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing year,  aud the following .were appointed:  Pres , Jas Reid. vice-pres., Jno.  Thomson; Sec, 0. T. Smithe;  Treas., Jno, Wier; Executive  committee, Messrs McLeod. Bate  and Cartwright,  It was decided to request the  Council to invite the Victoria  and Nadaimo boards of trade to  visit the Comox district at as  early a date as possible, as the  guests of the City. Messrs T. E  Bate andO. T Smithe were appointed to interview the Council  upon the matter.  It was decided to ask the council to cousider the matter of extending the city limits so as to  include the City Hall, public  school and G. W* Clinton's pro*  perty within the municipality,  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUN8MU1R AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  =V. BOflOSR:  tOhoUsale Dealer* in WINES, MQtiOR & BBBt?  P, 0. BOX 48S  PHONE 00....  CUMBERLAND  I.)������������u������jriild MiUiiu'll a wi'll kno'"ii     A most  disgusting practice i������  ri'hiih nt belt*, for many yearn, died indulged In at our public places of  <,f eiineiT. m iinr lo"������l hnupitul on  tvitiirduy morning lust. after n lin*  cferiiig il!n������"������������. Tiw di-c.*nn������l leav  ������'������ h wiff nwl w������vr������n phildren, one  being an infant but ������ fi-w.days old.  The funeral took j������1mcm on SumUy  aftt-irnoon from the rexidonco of  Mr. r). ir#wart, (iuruout Avu.  amusement, niunuly tho squirting  of tuuucoo juice in pools ou the  floor, Tlione who indulge in this  hubit, If cHiigiit. at it, should he  iiiiulo take a bath iu this muck of  thoir own production, tor it in  pithily clfan enough fi-i thenv.  Victoria, April rx.��������� A bulletin was received here at 9 o'clock  this morning that the  steamer    Iroquois, a small coasting vessel  very largo assortment of ChU plying between'Sidney and  the  1 Sailors and Tarns, for spring,' islands of the Gulf of Gcorgen,  had turned turtle and sunk.  At 11,30 o'clock it was asccr  tnined that fifteen of those on  board had been lost���������nine passengers and six members of the  crew, Four passengers, among  (hem one wuiu.ui, uiul icvtn of  the crew, wcic saved.  The drowned arc;���������Miss Isn-  belhi Penwick, Miss Edith Pen-  .   ,      ,   j wick, Mrs Evan Hooroii and her  finance   commltt*  of  the  ^tyJtl:rccyear-old 9011, John   Hryd-  A  druns  with prices  most reasonubbt, at  The Big Store.  WU-.H���������Q P������ ml ^Br~*������* wtin*i*mm**wmm  The output of coal from out  local mines for the month of  March, waH 45,048 tons.   4������ ������-  Vancouver's license commissioners will recommend to the  The longer you live the more you learn.  I think you were all satisfied with your bargains last  month and learned where to save money on your feed.  I am sorry there was not enough to go around, but  there is MORE ON THE WAY that 1 will sell at  prices that will soon learn you that the more you feed  the quicker your bank accouut will grow.  Winter will soon be over, and I'll tell you how to  make another saving. Take a pencil and figure up  the quantity of seed you will require for your spring  work and send the result to me. Do this now while  you think of it and I will make you 'a saving of ftotn  % to x cent a pound ou any kind of field seed you require.   Don't forget the address���������  A. B. CRAWFORD,   ���������   - Courtenay, B.C  DEALER; IN FLOUR AND FEED,  council that the cost of licenses  to all night cafes be iucreased nt  the earliest possible date, from  $1,000 to $j*ooo,  ��������� ���������   Robert Thomson has Accopted  tho position m clerk, to tint superintendent of roadu for Comox  District, and haa commenced !d������  duties.  ******* ummw*'4*\f ������������������"��������������� mmimmmmmamme  Mr. T, Ulcklo left-hy Sunday**  (lumt for Vancouver.  son, J McPhillips, Jan Bactaren.  Mr Prophet, William AUkeit, a  Victoria tailor; A D Muuro, purser*, Ernest Hartnall, steward; A  Olson, second engineer; D. N.  Davidson, deckhand, theChine.se  cook and dishwasher.  The saved arc:~~Mjss Mrtrgu���������  erite Barton, H. S. Moss, H. J.  Hartnall, John Bennett, Captain  A A bears, John Isbistor,. mate;  W Thompson, chief engineer; J  Phillips and Prosper David, deck  hands, and two Iudiau deckhands  ���������MSB  $65  $65  $80  $90  $100  BICYCLES  Kirmer English $35  Standard        Canadian $35  Humber English $4B  Massey-Harns Canadian $45  hnTieia Engli-h  Singer English  ^   Ma83ey"OU8hion   Canadian  |f Singer 3 speed English  Singer De Luxe English  Beeston Humber English  One, Two and Three Speeds added to  any machine at extra cost,    Send for  Catalogue. i  THOS. PLIMLEY,  OAWAat. trt JOHNSON VT��������� VICTURIA,   RS.U  . . ������������������If you get i' at Plimley's it's au. right."  Vl P 8 ���������Wo Bo Repairing. Pi  XJ *wmammmmmwm ^^J^^^^^igflt^^^^fy  ll  n


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