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C, ...TUESDAY, APRIL   4, ^9"  ;.i'i5r������CR!i*r:������  ���������.*>N 5.'*s.r.*.' a V>.;;  tltt&itf-raw  The Store  oi Quality  The Store  Of Quality  ���������  THE BIG  aa*T**ttfmm*f^aaa^hJaim  THIS IS THE PLACE  Vast assortments await younruo^cti on.  Careful buying and a knowledge of what  is required is to be seen throughout our  entire stock.     You want QUALITY���������  HERE IT IS:  Tho Long Separate Coat for Ladies  Smart New York-samples m   leading   designs   and  mateiials.   You need something like this.   Price $15.,  Hosiery for "Women and Children  * We carry noting but the best in our stock. See our  Seamless Cashmere for ladies-Pet feet shape aud best  quality.    Inspect our hosiery window.  New Prints and Ginghams  In large quantities���������neat and dainty   patterns iu fast:  colors.  \s -  Onr Men's Furnishing Department  Every boat means new  Spring   styles   in   Clothing,  Boots -uid Shoes, Shirts aud Hats.   ,  \mttH*mH)imaimm*miM������rm\u*iiiU*Lur������r.ix-������. *_..������.������������������. <->,-.at  f#*.V .���������'���������-  Furniture and Household  1 <* .  SUPPLIES,  __,-[,-   TTTg'  All we ask js for you to visit our  store and see for yourself.  WE  LIKE TO  SHOW OUR GOODS  m^t*t**na**^*������s*0at^^ I  *- Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  Wallpaper     .  Paints   : :��������� .|  Varnish *  '���������:Oils' Etc'l*? ....  TRY/THE    \  The Magnet Cash Store.  **'S*feA*ft}fe*i'?'*ft*fe^J>.^. ._-���������**. 44-".*? #.**$������ #**J*'^ ������'i tV*'  ITHE CORNER* STORL i  rf       m*m*m-m*M*mW*am*ammm**ammmx*m*r^a*sTamwjwrtomamattysm r.-ri'iMriMrvrn "~���������"***-lf*#*������*^ ******* fr*  Ja * *v  **&_> &  Oar Summer  Suits are    at  hand.      Quality  and Prices  are Right,  The   following   goods . have  arrived  and are -in  the best  ��������� ' '* **t ���������  . of condition:.  **  Laces and Embroideries,  Ginghams, Prints, Testings,  Summer Dress Goods, Etc.  .      Q__  _���������  1  Dvnsmair Atfe*  Cumberland  T. E.. Bate, Cumberlancl7  Dunamuir Ave.*  Cumberland.  What, Viiight" have n.nmii"i  n  *****t*tii**M*9a\&m4������jt>i  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS, OP"  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  Plac* vour Xmas onlers for Shortbread, Fruit Cake   au<  7        , *        Fruit Loaf NOW.  SECOND    STREET  , A,.mooting ot tho Conservatives  of tliU city wns held Id tho council chambers la^t.Tnomlny evoning.  Mnyor M������Leod wits votod  to  tlie  chuir and Air. 0. T. Smitho noted  a. hocrottiry of the meeting.   It  was decided to form a Coiuorv.  atitio Ueavor Club.   Mr. Bolinsmi  MP. P. of Victoria, will ho in-  v.tod to organize tho club.   Mr,  ftnnaon o,������p  local  mombur' will  alao bo invited to bo present on  that occasion.   1). R. MoDonald  was elected president, and 0,  T,  Smitlie, secretary of the Coneorv  ntivo org-iriwtion. until Biich'time  nfru Beaver Club can bo propeily  *���������'.'."'ttutc'l   wlilfb   will  bn  HiiitiH  wlidl along ll*'. HiiCB of ft frnternnl  uocioty,  1  0 -  Alex Sonierrillo arrived home  on Saturday, alter several mouths  tptmt nt Kamloops for tho bouefit  of his health, which is vory much  im moved,  mm 0 .���������a- ���������  T. Carturight uriivud homo 011  Saturday from a lui.incM trip lo  Vaneouvor and Nannbno.  Mr. (f. Lewis, eleetrieian. fov  Cunadian Collieries. (Dunstnuer)  Ltd. lmu rcRi^nml \w ])0nitioi) and  will 'Iwivo for Vimcouvor, about  the llri-t of May.  Onr ex-M, P; P., seems, to bu  onjoyinghls now car,  in a   serious   conflagration,   was  discovered   shortly    after ' tliree  o'clock .011 Tlumsday morning,, by  Home young people returning from  Union Buy, i������ ������n outhouse in the  roar of the New England  Hotel.  Tho uliirin war- promptly respond,  ed to by hy tliu firemen, who somi  had tho lire under control, thanks  to skilful Imndling and  tv plenti.  fnl supply of wntor.    The origin  0. tho lire is unknown,   but it is  thought that u iire-bng may know  something about it.  Mr. John L'urbow loft Inst week  for bin fruit ranch tit jjJuinmwliuul,  B. C, where i������e will spend the  hu minor. *  wbS^dii^and License;  J.N.McLEOD,  IHh CANADIAN BANK  I-  <>���������  OTXQMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., lLd,, D.C.L, PRE8IDE������T  ALEXANDER LAIRD,,GenBHAL Manaoer/  ^Ami^^iJO.pOQ^:  SheriHTrawford and Mr. V, B,  Harrison; barrister, of^Nanal mo,  woro in.to"������n last week,  John Comb has purchased the  Fred llorwood property on tlio  corner of Mnryport iivenuo nml  Fourth street, Mr. llorwood \m  purchased a portion of Mr. Ilur*  vey's rivnob nt Happy Valiey, ami  has taken poeBoiwnin.  ,.        M���������     Dm���������m���������m.  Mrs. (Dr.) MacNaughton arriv-  od home on Thursday evoniug and  roturneil to Vancoitvor by S. S.  Cowiehan on Sunday. Dr. Mitc-  Naughtou is repoicod to ho pro  pressing favourably.  The annual mooting of the 0. ifc  TT, Hospital Board, will bo held  in tho council chainlv.r* on Situr-  day, April fiiii, at S  p.   m,    AU  iniorestcd in onr local hospital, are  invited to bo pre.tint.  *amm**an, waaaammam* l*wmm*mam*m*m** m  ��������� The Hung Mrtdi building at  Chinatown wa.** sold by Sheriff  Crawford of Nanaimo. ou Fiidny  11st, to Wing Wing of Nanaimo,  for 8*15.00.  John Kesley nud fnmlly will  leave by WednoMbiy's boat for  Vancouver, whoro they will take  np their, residence.  ������. iii " "' '  Manager Montgoinory of the  R..yul Bunk arrived homo from  ���������/iiiicouvoi* l>y Sniiiliiy's bout,  Martin Brown of the Uoynl  Bank, ������l��������� Abbotaford B. Carrived  homo by Sunday's boat, on a three  weeks vacation,"  M. McNeil  arrived  homo  oiilj  Saturday from a business trip to  Vancouver.  Commisswners Meet.  . ���������*,  The board of license'commission  ers comprising Messrs McLeod,  Watson iind Parnham, met in tl 0  council chambers on Friday evening.  Communication   was   recoived  from city council re request of. V.  Bonora for change of license from  'wholesale to retail..  If. was   moved hy Commissioner Parnlinm, see  onded by Commissioner ��������� Watson-,  that it the council  saw fit to make  the       necessary       amendments  to the Liquor License Regulations  By-Law, the license.'-board   wore  willing to make tho change,  Iii the mutter of hotels not being properly conducted, it _ was  moved by Commissioner Panditim  secomled by Coinmissiouor Watson, that Mr, Walters of the New  Knghmd hotel he notified that unless heconduets his place in a proper  inanutr atid pins his rooms in  eondi ion within thirty dnys, his  license would bo t'liiicelled. Tlii-*  notice to apply 10 all hotels.  Tho honj'd of police commission-  crs met on Friday evening, there  being present Commissioners Mc-  Lood, Banks ami Mae Donald.  THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of-The Canadian.Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $1 arid'  upwards, on which,interest, is allowed'at current rates.    There is no  delay in withdrawing tho whole or. any portion of the deposit.    Sinai!  deposits are welcomed. i*-3'*  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more p-f mors, to b������  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor, -A joint AcccyiU  of this kind saves expense in establishing the ownership of ll.s mcu?y  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to p'ovi-'** to'  his wife, or for others depending upon'him, in tbe event of Ms death.  .UliliiERLAND BllA-NOH W. T.  WUTTJS,  l\iTM'.^v  ���������1.111'!  m  t.,  *.i..:.j-.i'..  Chief McLelInn imported lines  for the months of January February arid..March .to'be S80.75.  City Solicito������ Harrison1 addreBB.  od tho hoard re case of Nfny England hotel, which wns charged with  supplying liquor to a man under  ������������������Tin-Act,*' and stated that he  thought the mngi.'rnto should  havo given a decision in tho eai*������.  in favor of the city. The com-  mii'sioners woro in favour of upholding the police In their elforts  to enforce the law. The hoard  not being prepared to mak the minimi appoint merits adjourned.  1   ...1     in --in in ������������������������������������ 1  **  One of Alex Gray's sons received a bad scalp wound, ou  Sunday evening, by fulling from  a waggon near his home at Ilnp-  py Valley,  Baby Contest aKfyM  Result of veto t<>  datc:-  No.  TQXA!  -   VI  1.1  19*8  2   " .,. ��������� ���������  ���������     ���������        ������     t  t    * * * a  3   '��������������� ��������� ���������  ���������      ���������    ���������     ���������  ���������  ��������� ��������� ���������   at  37  4    ��������� ������������������ ���������  ������      ���������     ff     *  %   *  ���������  1   ���������  CO  ��������� 5    - ��������� ���������  f    ���������    ���������     ���������  M   Mo  45  6    ...  ���������     ���������     ���������     #  II    Ml  21  7  ;         ...  1     ���������     t     ���������  ������ t    *  f  *  ������  13  O           1   ������ ������  I       ���������     f     ff     t  It    ���������  t   ���������   ���������  39  9       * * *  ���������       t     ���������     ���������     *  1 ���������    *  *  1  t  84  45  A McKtiigl t irrivod home from  Vancouver by Suturdaj'a boat.  ���������- ��������� rg;*a^aiTTB^iaf**^^  niltTII���������At   Cu'r.Wrlaud   on  I Mrs. J, W. Bryden and children  gumlay Apiit 2nd, to Mi. ������������������i(loft^by Satttrclny night's boat tor  Ui*. N iMcFarlano n dutighteiv     Vancouver.  Roslyn, Wash., April 3.���������Three  thousand coal miners employed  by the Northwestern 1111 prove-  m *ut Company, .1 subntdnry com-  ponv to the Northern Pacific  Railway, went ou strike today  n- tin** re.������nl" of n disagreenien'  aver the open shop question.  If your name is "George,'*"  pony-np anywhere from a niokel  to a ''fiver" City Clerk Mc-  Kinnon i^ empowered to rccive  contributions toward the '-Georges' Fund'.  Ladies Hospital Auxiliary will  give a supper in Ctimbetla>ii  Hall on the evening of April pay-  day,  awromn  C    i *"*" '*_  Don't Neglect  Your Dress.  t  .',,..       ,   , ���������,  I    Our Stocks of Spring Mer-  Mviii s Sprni''clothes ready   ,     .. ., ���������   ���������^.���������  ,    ..      '     n, .       clunidirtc arc ne-uuig  com-  for the man who appreciates   ,   . ,        ������  . .. , , _.,.. .    pletion everv day.  a stylish good-fitting   suit,  '   * *  Tbe   uncommon    kind   of  clothes that are built with as ve y nobby,  much care ns any  custom-     New washable Dress Fab*  tailored suit-carefully work rics. TrimmiiiRP. T,������ces.Hm.  ed stitch hv stitch, inside aud broideties. NVr, !������������������������.  t ' Our ready.'0 wear Hats for  ladies ;uid misses have  \\\*i  $tO. $1B.no, $P.O, $22.50^ r,ft,.jvc<j j,,,^ win )K  on   r-'*  AND!J2S.00. '**���������������" '^turday.  New Shoes iu   T������m  a������d  P;itv::t f.acc a::;! Oxfords1 **"'e  /'ue*ii"������,<������r th    C\ ti'iKf.t.  M m.  (*0.. ������<   Moier.'i. .  ,,     M,i(|r-i'*.m'"**'ii"*  <* mtiinp*  iJy     Wo Ounrantoo a VIT.  i*^  itti. -f.TSiff.^ICT.'.'ff.lCl... ' ���������'���������''   Gaynpbel  HI  ������    -*. I ���������' \  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Riverman  By STEWART  EDWARD  WHITE  C������Krri������ht. 1908, by the MeClare Com-  "���������'...waa*. ��������� Copyrifhu 1907. 19041. by  Stowwl Ciw-urd Wkil*  -J  (Continued.*!  Carrol! Bishop appeared qnlto un-.  conscious of jiii ntmosphcro which  seemed to Orde .trained, tint sank  iuto hor place nt thi' table aud uu������  folded hor n ii pi .In. The silent butler  drew forward a chair for Orde and  stood look liig impassively tu Mrs. Ulsb-  op's direction.'''  "You will have some breakfast with  us?"ftsbo Inquired,    "NoV    A cup of  coffee at least**"'  Sbe began to manipulate the coffeo-  , pot without paying tbe slightest atten-  : tion to Orde's disclaimer.   The general  j puffed out bis cheeks and coughed a  ' bit in embarrassment.  "A good cup of/.offee is never amiss  j to an old campaigner," he said to Orde.  "It's as good ns a full meal in t* pinch.  '��������� I remember when I was a major in the  Eleventh, down near the City of Mexico, ln '48, the,time Hardy's command  , was so nearly wiped out by that viaduct"��������� He half turned toward Orde,  bis face lighting up, bis fingers reaching for tbe fork with which, after the  custom of old soldiers, to trace the'  chart of bis reminiscences.  Mrs, Bishop rattled her cup and  saucer with an uncontrollably nervous jerk of her slender body. "Spare  us, father," she said brusquely. "Will  you have another cup of coffee?"  The old gentleman looked a trifle bewildered, but subsided meekly.  Orde, overwhelmed by embarrassment, discovered thut none of the others had paid the incident tbe slightest  attention. Only on tbe lips of Gerald  Bishop he surprised a tine, detached  smile. The butler brought a letter for  Mrs. Bishop. The contents seemed to  vex her.  She began to abuse the writer, a  seamstress, for a delay iu the finish-  '. lng of an altar cloth and then transferred the blame to ber children. It  was a painful test for Orde.   He final-  '-ly rose.���������"1 -must-be going,-""-sald-he.���������  "Well," Carroll conceded, "1 suppose  I'd better see If 1 can't help mother  out But you'll come in again. Come  nnd dine with us this evening. Mother will be delighted."  Mrs. Bishop departed from the room.  Orde bowed to the other occupants ot  tbe table.  Orde was immediately joined on tbe  street by young Mr. Bishop, most correctly appointed.  "Going anywhere in particular?" he  Inquired. "Let's go up the avenue,  then.   Everybody will be out."  They walla-d for some distance.  "Your father was in tbe Mexican  war?" Bald Orde.  "He was a most distinguished officer."    ,     , > ''' ��������� .���������->   ...  "What command had he in tbe civil  war? I fooled around that a .little myself."  "My father resigned from the army  In *IH," replied Gerald.  "That was'too bud; Just before the  chance for more service," said Orde.  "Army life was Incompatible with  my mother's temperament," stated  Gerald. "You nro from Hcddlng, of  course. My sister Is very enthusiastic  about the place. You are ln business  there?"  Ordo gjtvo the latter n succinct Idea  of the sort of operations In which be  was Interested.  "And you," he said nt lnflt���������"l sup-  poso you're cither n broker or lawyer."  "I am nolthor," stated Gorald. "t  hove sufficient Income to make business unnecessary, There Is plenty to  occupy one's tlmo. I have my clubs,  my gyiwinrtliiin, my homo nnd my  |friends, Thnt Is my gymnasium,"  ' pointing to n building on n Hide street.  "Won't you come In with me? 1 am  due now for my practice."  Chapter  17  ever, Orde's visits were naturally ns  frequent as possible. To them almost  Instantly Mrs. Bishop opposed the  strong and Intuitive jealousy of egotism. She hud ns yet no ..fears' ns to  the young man's intentions, but instinctively Bhp felt. an'.Influence that  opposed her own supreme dominance.  The week passed. Orde saw as much j  as lie could of Miss Bishop; Gerald |  himself seemed to be much occupied.;)  "Precisely at 11 every morning, how-'  ever, he-."appeared nt the gymnasium ;  for his practice, and in this Orde drop,  pod into the 'hahit of joining him.  When the young men first 'stripped In  ench other's presence they eyed each  other with n secret surprise. Gerald's  nlender body was gracefully.; muscled^  Ills bones were small, but his flesh  wns hard, Orde liivd earned from tho  river the torso of an ancient athlete.  The round, full arch of his chest whs  topped by n muss of clean cut muscles.  ���������Across his huel.. beneath the smooth  skin, the muscles "rippled and ridged  and dimpled with every movement.  The abdomen showed the'pec'illnr corrugation of the very strong mnn. His  arms wore ningniUcent.  "Murphy," called Gerald, "come  here."  A very hairy,* thickset, bullet beaded man. the type of semiprofessional  "handlers," appeared.  "Do you think you could down this  fellow*?" asked Gerald.  Murphy looked Orde over critically. "  "Who ye ringih' In on me?" he Inquired. 0  "This Is a friend of mine," said Gerald severely. "Ever box much?" Ger-���������  aid'asked'Orde..  "Bos?" Orde laughed. "Never bad  time for that sort of thing. Had the  gloves on a few times."  "Where did you get your training,  sir?" asked the handler.  "My training," repeated Orde. pus-  sled.   "Oh, I see!   1 was always pret-  over Murphy's body. His blows failed  of tbclr effect, and some of Orde's  were landing. At length, bewildered,  he closed In to straight slugging, stand  up, give nnd take.  Orde dropped slightly his right shoulder behind tils next blow. The glove  crashed straight as a pile driver  through Murphy's upraised hnnds to  his face, The, trainer was hurled  through the air to Innd doubled up  against the purnllel bars. There.be  lay quite still.  When, however. Orde perceived tbat  Murphy wns unconscious he ran for-  wurd to the professional's side.  "Do you suppose he's killed?" he  gasped.  "He's Just knocked out," reassured  one of the men.  The clubmen crowded nbout.  "You're a wonder, my frieud," said  BALFOUR'S CHIEF AIDE  GARVIN   OF  THE   OBSERVER  GUIDE   OF   UNIONISTS.  IS  IT boon mo difficult for Orde to un  dorstand the home life of tha  Bishops, Everybody st'iuiied ii  victim lo the ctiprleo of tho mother, who bocnino hysterical nt the slight-  est prm'ar*������M<in'nnd iviim fond nf contracting Imaginary Ills In order to gain  ���������dded attention.  Tho dny,inftor hla walk with Gerald  Bishop, Orfte nud Cnrroll hud arranged for n walk. But Mrs. BlHhop met  thorn at the door and demanded thnt  her dn tighter mny nt lioim- to -uu-i-d  to govern!'.'''trivial mutters. But tho  evening turned out very woll fortti*  nntoly. Orde could, not have mood  much moro. They Iind tho parlor qulto  to themselves. Cnrroll took the cover  from the tnll hnrp. nnd. loaning her  cheek against It. Mio pln,\eil dreamily  for n half hour. Her nrms wero bare,  Iler soft bosom pressed it gut nut tho  brand sounding board. Thero is about  tho tones of u hnrp woll played some  thing luminous, llko the rich, warm  Runllght. When the girl muted the  airings nt Inst It kwiihiJ to Ordo ns  t'loimli nil ut '������������������*���������'���������������* Hi*.' "**-*''"' !���������*"'' P"r  eoptlbly darkened. He took lilt" leave  Anally, his spirit soothed nnd restored.  Tranquillity was not for long, bow-  ~SIt������-ptfl/j/ed-drcamily-for-lwlK.an liour._  ty heavy, and I suppose the work on  the river keeps a man in pretty good  shape."  Gerald's lnngor vanished. "Put on  the gloves with Mu/phy," he suggested, "will you? I'd UKe to see you two  at It."  "Surely,'* agreed Orde good natured-  ]y. "I'm not much good at it, but I'd  Just as soon try."  Gerald rang it l������ll, and to the boy.  who answered bo -mid:  "Run over to f������e club and And Mr.  Wlnslow, Mr. Cl*rk and whoever else  is in the smoking room and tell them  irom me to com* over to the gymnasium.   Tell tbem there's some fun on."  Gerald ma.infc-_d a word apart with  the trainer,  1 "Can you do aim, Murphy," he whispered. ���������'.'.���������  "Sure!" snld tho handler. "Them  kind's always us slow as dray horses,  Tbey gets mu&clo bound."  "Give It to fclm," said Gerald, "but  don't kill him.   He's a friend of mine."  Then he stepped bnck, the same joy  ln his soijl thnt Inspires a riverman  when ho chcomiters a high banker or  n cowboy as ho watches tho tenderfoot  about to climb tUo broncho.  The first routiu was sharp.  Ordo had stooa like a rock, his feet  planted to  the  floor,   whllo   Murphy  hnd circled nround him. hitting nt will,"  Ordo hit bnck; but without landing.  Nevertheless Murphy when questioned  apart did not seem satisfied.  "The man's pig Iron," Bald ho. "I  punched hltn plenty hard enough, nnd  ���������It didn't seem to jnr him."  Tho gallery nt ono ond of tbo running  trnck hud hy now half filled with Interested spectators.  ,   "Time!" culled Gerald for round 2.  Murphy wont In moro viciously, nlnv  Ing and measuring his blows accurate-  ly. Ordo stood ns before, hitting buck  ���������t tlio eliifilve Murphy, but without  ' much effect. hln foot never stirring.  'Tho handler landed almost at will, but  without apparent damage, Ho grow  ugly-tlnally lout his head,  ���������Well, If ye will have It!" he tnut*  tared and aimed what was Intended ua  n knockout blow.  Gem Id uttered a half cry of warning. Orde's hend snapped back; but,  to tho surpriso of evory ono, the punch  hnd no othor effect, and a quick exchange of Infighting sont Murphy  staggering buck from the encounter.  Tho hidIIo disappeared from Ordo'i  luce, iiiiU lim oyo huii cuiimii,  Oivk* li'niwl luck to lib :intafionJ.t.  Tho Intter ndvnnced onco more, his  bullet hond sunk between his shoulders, his littlo eyes twinkling, Llko it  tiger Orde sprang forward, hitting out  i\i>rfidy  tlrHf with ono hand, (hi'ii with  the other. Murphy gave ground, blocked, ducked, exerted all n ring general's  skill either to stop or avoid tho rush,  Ordo followed lilm, Insistent. Murphy  ducked lu and planted u number of  short nrm JnhH nt closu- rnngo, Tho  I round ended, almost IrahiedhUcly to a  | Btorm of nriplnuso frftm the galleries.  [ Oidu iipiang at hifl adversary In tho  third, re-twitlng the headlong rush  with which the previous round had  ended. The young tniin hnmiuered  nwuy tirelessly, Insistently, delivering  n hurricane of bis two handed blows,  pressing relentlessly In us Murphy  shifted nud gave ground, his head up,  his eyes stonily. The gallery was In  au uproar.   Perspiration atood out all  Be lay quite still  one.  "By Jove, he's hardly breathing fast  after all that rushing," said a second.  Later, when the young men were  resting after a rubdown. tbe tme significance of the affair for Orde came  out. Since the fight Gerald's customary lassitude was gone. His eye was  bright, and a color mounted beneath  the pale olive of his skin. Ho looked  across at Orde several times, hesitated  and at last decided to speak.  "Look here. Orde." said he, "1 want  to confess something. When you first  came I bad lots ot.fun about you. You  know your clothes aren't quite the  thing, and I thought your manner was  queer. I want to apologize. You're a  man. and I like you better than any  fellow I've met for a long time.' And  -Jf-tbere's-any -trouble���������iu_.the-future-_.-_  I'm on your side. You know what I  mean."  "Bishop," was Orde's reply, "you're  not uear so much of a dandy as you  think you are."  The Man Who Stands Behind Arthur  Balfour and Primes. I '.Im Up on  Tariff Reform Is the Deviser of the  Referendum Scheme ��������� He Is a  Clever Writer and Has a Great  Future In Britain.    ,  Who is Garvin? has been asked often enough lntoly by thoso who do  not know the rather, strange and  passionate man of tho pen thnt sut behind Mr, Balfour nnd tho Tory party  during tho recent election campaign  in ("rent Britain. Garvin, hns acquired both mori* and fame. Ho is primarily the editor o! The Observer,  whoso weekly articles, writt.n sometimes in- letters of flume, were n sort  of honcon to tho Tories. Tho power  of the pen has boon mightier thnn  that of the* tonijue. Mr. Bulfour needed Garvin. Tho master of dialectics  and tlie author of "Foundations of  Belief" has hnd his own intellectual  troubles of late. Tariff reform has  given him most of the trouble. Garvin has given tho Tory loader a good  share of what solace and encouragement he has had.  Garvin was tho man at Balfour's  elbow nt a most critical nnd precarious stage of the political game;  when Mr. Balfour, who intellectually  does not belicvo in tariff reform on  its absolute merits, was forced to believe in it for the sake of the party  he was leading. Mr. Balfour found  himself facing a curious dilemma.  There seemed but ono way out. That  was to advise submitting- the policy  of tariff reform to a' referendum.  When this politic stroke became incorporated in the Balfour program���������  ;tf*������r  1EASY Nl USB  IN ANT QUANTITY  For making SOAP, soft-  ���������niog water, removing old  paint, diitnf .ctinf ainkt,.  cleteU and drains arid  for many other purpose*.  A can ecu*!* 20 lbs. Sal  Soda. Uioful for fiv������  hundred purpose*.  Sold Evtwwttera  n. ������- W. Olllett Co_. Ltd. |  Imais Nt  filLLETT'S  PERFUMED  MADE    i IS  C^VNA DA  (To be continued.)  ALL PACK MULES.  The Dull Street and the Load, Not th*  Green   Pasture,   Our   Portion.  Never a spirit without its saddle,  ".ays a writer. It was not always so.  We begun lifo free. Like young colts  frisking in the meadow, with nothing  to do but kick up their heels, feed ana  frolic. Then we were caught, bridled,  broken to the saddle and the shaft*,  and now no moro open pasture days,  but the dull street and tho load and  the driver's lash.  Since wo are all destined to be pack  mulos there must be soma design in  it, What is nature', object? Does she  want to break us down, plow wrinkles  in-our brows, dig crow's feet.by.our  eyes, dry our skins and our hearts,  hump our bucks, and squeeze all the  juice nnd sparkle of youth out of un?  If this wero all, nnturo wero surely  cruel,  Thoro is anothor end she has in  viow invthe currying out of which our  life forces aro spent, And that end  is���������chaructor, No man can reflect  long upon tlio events and laws of lifo  ana avoid tlio conclusion that wo woro  put hero, not to bo happy, but to become 'grcnt. Nature sots u Brent doal  moro store hy diameter than wo. Sho  does not euro so much for getting  thing* dono, such ns building cities  nnd churches, ostnblishing htico institutions, and currying on wido ro-  forms ns she use*, thoso things to  train her children,  It is tho burden that trinket, the  soul fiber. No onrolo.a s-nirit ovor  hocnmi)1 lofty and strong. Those who  do not work hnvo no muficlos, and  thoso who do not suffer havo no spirit  muscle,  Evon whon wo dodge tho unnocoi-  enry burdens, much remain* to bo carried up tho stoops of lifo. Tho ono  who cannot fuel.them Is not to bo envied, Thero nro butterflies and parasites who never toto nnythlng. Thoy  flit or fusion themselvcff'*.upon somo  worker, Evory earnof-t soul thnt l������  drawing his curt of rosnonsibllitios  '*!���������? a -nurciVi(*r of \\\p������o ii(rht-hi*nrt./*d  gontry steullng ridos, Why bother  ubout thtinii*  J. U GAUVIN.  it'was mainly Garvin that turned tho  trick. Garvin took up the referendum hard and he made it the subject  of a large number of most brilliant  and fuliginous articles in Tho Observer. He believed in it���������as tactics.  He also had his troubles getting Mr.  Balfour to proclaim it. Tho leader  hesitated. In Manchester among tho  cottonites as the result of a Tory  conference he decided to announce  the referendum. But the speech pro-  pared by Mr. Balfour hadn't a syllable about it. A cony hud been sont to  Tho Times.- Meanwhile n wire came  from Bonar Law, most powerful cham.  pion of tariff reform, saying that unless Mr. Bnliour should announce referendum his own enso was hopeless  in northwest Manchester. Just as  Mri Balfour wns about to step on  tho platform���������arrived Garvin; who  insisted thnt tho referendum passage  must go in. .  Nevertheless, Bonar."Law .and tariff  reform, Bulfour and Garvin nnd all  were beaten in Manchester.  But Mr. Garvin had at least made  for himself still more of a reputation  ns a remarkable writer, He la an  expert on economic questions, on  which ho has written a gront doal outside Tho Observer. Ho wns for eight  years concerned in tho mnnagement  of Tho Newcastle Chronicle. About  tho beginning of tho Boor war ho be-  pumo lender writer on Tho Daily  Tolcgrnph, Five yours ngo he wont  on tho staff of Tho Outlook, which  he edited on strong Imperialist lines,  Ho is still but it young man, and un-  loss "ull hi. signs nro wrong will develop into a grout political power of  tho pen.  At He Should Be.  "After you've boon two wooka In  tho house with ono of thoso terribly  hwidy mon that ask tholr wives to bo  sura und wipe biawooti tl.o tines o!  tho forks, und thnt know just how  rnuoh misitia broad ou*.-ht to hnvo,  nnd how to liung out a wash ho each  nlooo will get the host sun, It'd a real  joy, to got bnck to tho ordinary kind  of man. Yes, Mis sol" Mrs. Gregg  finished with much emphasis. I  want a man who should havo senso  about tho things ho'a mount to havo  iionso about, but whon it comos to  tteeplrir; Vnvme T tllro to onr* him ron\  hoiploiis, th'o way tho Lord planned  to iwivo him!"  Scotch.  Dr. A. 8. Estoy of, Calgary givoe tlie  following n.H the origin of tho namo  Konrii'tiecwi'*".  A man whoso tin mo wns CnsU settled I  In fit, John, N.B., many years ngo,;i  and a whllo later thoro cunt* out u  ScoUshmnn who know hltil. Having  mado "inquiries nlxmt his friend, tho  Scotchman was piloted by a St, John  man to where fnnU lived. S')m������������thlng  : nhout tho man he hnd known while  ' nn the other side of ihe Atlantit*  | it.cmed strange to the Hcitchmmi, and  tio kid,  CiuUi-"  "Mon, mon, thi.  canna bo  A Great Succect,  Mrn, A.-Did your daughter'.. nMr"*  rlrtiri* turn out well?  Mrs. It.���������Ititlei-d it did. Rlje Is p.f.  tliur $<M*0 ii month nIliuonj\--Hostoti  Ti-uuuU'lpt,  Did   Not  Work   Both   Ways.  Mr. Gcorgo JonoH, R.A., a tmintor  of battlo pieces, etc., who dlcu somo  years ago, specially prided himfceii on  his resemblance to the Duke ot Wellington nnd used to dregs, up to tho  character. Somo ono mentioned tho  likeness to tho duko and nddod, "It  must bo great, for pooplo in tho  street often spook to him for your  grace." "Very strange," muttered  the great mnn. "No ono ovor Hpoko  to  me  for  Mr.   Jones I"  DRIVING OUT DISEASE tiEVIL  Ceremony of Mangs, One of Lowest  Indian Cattes.  One of the lowest castes in India is  the Mang, concerning whom a writer  says; "Of all tho prncticcs in which  the Mangs have a part perhaps, the  most significant is that which has reference to ceremonies ^f 'riddance' in  connection with epidemics. Such  ceremonies would seem to have been  universal at one time or another  among all primitive peonies, and are  apparently of two different kinds.  Either tho 'disense devil'- is drivan  forth by force with much uproar or  he is persuaded by methods of kindness and propitiation to remove his  unwelcome presence. The latter  method is employed in certain parte  of the Deccan and on such occasions  the Mangs play an important part.  "A male buffalo, purchased by the  contributions of the village, is led to  the temple of .Mar Ai, the goddess  specially associated with epidemic  diseases. A Mang woman is then  dressed to represent the goddess, red  paint is applied to her forehead and  the horns and flanks of the buffalo  and a procession is formed, headed  by the woman and by the buffalo,  which is usuaHy led by Mangs.' In  front of , the buffalo walk seven  Mangs, each bearing an earthenware  pot containing a mixture of four intoxicating drugs and seven kinds ot  grain.  "The buffalo ia cut with a sword  and a hole is pierced in one after  another of the jars, so that as the  procession circumambulates the village its passage is marked by a trail  of blood and of the liquid dropping  from��������� the^ jars;���������On���������reaching ���������once-  more the temple of the goddess the  buffalo is killed and the woman, who  all the ,time is forbidden to look behind her, drinks of its blood. The  head of the buffalo is then buried  before the goddess."  Notes on New Knights.  King George has celebrated his first  New Year as sovereign by adding  handles to the names of many gifted  persons.  * One of the best known is "Sir"  Joseph Lyons, who supplies 400,000  people with meals every day.  "What would you do," ho was onco  asked, "if you were ten times'as rich  as Rockefeller?"  "I would cover Engln'nd with free  hospitals," was his prompt reply.  Henry J. Wood, the famous conductor, is another who exchanges tho  corrimonplocc "Mr." for the distinguished "Sir." He insists on silence  while he is presiding over his orchestra. On ono occasion, nt Queen's  Hall, when Mr. Answers wns present,  a baby up in tho gallery cried so  porsistontly that the conductor laid  down his bnton and left the plntform.  Tho audience hnd to choose between  him und tho baby. And they did���������-to  tho fond mother's indignation.  Cricketer, athlete,"' K.C., M.P., and  now, knight, Arthur Priostloy is tho  central Aguro of a fund of good  stories.  During.i\ recori't'election meeting, a>  piirtictilurl." 'irritating -'heckler '.'-particularly irritated;Mr. Priostloy, who  turned on him - suddenly with tho demand, "If you woro in my pliico, nnd  I was to -Interrupt .you,' what would  you doP"  "I'd jolly well knock you down I"  shouted tho hecklor,  To which tho. athletic'candidate retorted ;  "Thon kindly slop up I"  Friend of Kings.   '  Lord Farquhnr, who, ns chnlrman  of tho Longuo of Moroy, has rocolvod  n letter from King Cleorgo expressing  his Interest In tho good work which  tho Loimuo Is doing, wns for many  years King Ed ward'a adviser on all  matters routing to His Mnjosty's prl.  vnto, flnunciiil, and huBinosa.affairs.  It was I/mf Fnrquhiir who, whon  King Edwnrd a.cended iho throne,  di .covered that many > abuses hod  crept into tho working of tho royal  household, and thoso ho promptly  brought to an ond, Lord Fnrquha*-  in, In ovory wuy, u man of tho world,  and, ������ay his friends, ham boon so from  boyhood. At least, thoy tell u story  cf hi"*' ������������������'nlVInjj l*"it������ n vMlnrw' sehnnl  near Cromor on his tonth birthday  and in a lordly wuy iiciimnduig to  inspect tho children s writing. Tho  copybooks wero lnid out nnd Inspect,  ed, and thon tho youthful critic said,  "Well, boys, I can't say much for  j������ov!r work, "nut ni it's mv lrl.th.daY  you mny all tnko a holiday from  now." in ono mlnulo tho school had  cleared.  Two young women who had beou  grout friends in' their youth.mot after  tho lapse pf many yours. They had.  much to tell and to hear of all thnt  had huppenod in tho interval.  Both hnd boon married, und among,  other things one said*. "You know, I  live in Africa on nn ostrich farm, ami  my husband is often throe whole days  nt a time on an ostrich."  "Oh, that's nothing,"* said the-  other . "My husband is often away-  three whole weeks at a time on u.'  lark!"  "How is the new- filing system?-  Success?" asked the agent of the merchant to whom he. had sold a "sys-  tom"n few duys before.  "Grout!" snid the merchant.  "Good!" said the agent, rubbing*  his hands.   "And how is business?"  "Business?" echoed the merchant-  "Oh, we have stopped business to attend to the filing system."  ft*************  MAKE      TEETHING  PAINLESS  , ��������� Teething time is always a  time of anxiety to mothers. At  this time baby becomes cress,  restless{ and nervous. His  gums pain him, he is troubled  with constipation or diarrhoea,  spasms, colic or. convulsions.  His little life is in danger unless a medicine is given him  -to--keep_liis._stomach____swjetji.n_i_  pure and his bowels regular.  Such a medicine is Baby's  Own Tablets Nothing can  equal them during the teething period. They have lessened the worries of thousands of  mothers. Among- them is Mrs.  \V. A. Yeadon, Halifax,. N.S.,  who writes:���������"I have used .no  other medicine for baby but  Baby's Own TehletR and I  would not be without them.  Last summer baby was greatly  troubled with his teeth until I  gave him the Tablet*. They  helped him and now he is a  big healthy child." The Tablets nre sold by medicine dealers or nt 25 cents n box from  The Dr. Williams' Medicine  Co., B^ockvillo, Ont.  Information Withheld  Tommy hnd not nWended Sundny  School for some weeks  He had boon bathing instead. Ou  meeting his toucher she remonstrated  with him sadly, thus.  "Tommy, do you know where little  boys go who-bntho on Sundays?" -  "Yes," snid the knowing .Tommy,  "but you can't come, miss; girls ain't  allowed I"       :-:��������� .'-    ..     .  YOUOANiEE  HOW IT HEALS  Benevolence.  Thero cannot be n moro glorious  object In creation than a human b<>-  ing. replete with benevolence, meditating in whnt manner ho might render him***-W iiiont uee.*pU-l>lu to hu  creator by doing moat good to hii  creotun*3,--Fieldma.  Tho first national Thnnksgivlng may  bo ������ald to havo Wien tho ono offered  up at St. Paul's Cathedral, London,  for the dtffotit of tho Spanish armada,  September, 1588, Tbo Knglifch h-HIW*  In this country naturally adopted tha  custom of tholr native landi and at  nn early period in our colonial history Thanksgiving became oultc common. The institution may bo said to  bo tho natural outgrowth of human  nature and hn* probably e-.fst/*d in  some form or other from the earliest  times.  No doubt or question as to the honl-  ing power of   ,-���������  DR. CHASE'S OINTMENT  To pooplo who have used intornaE  treatment in an effort to euro ecznmu  it is almost beyond belief what bono-'  fit can bo obtnined by a fow applications of this soothing, healing ointment.  It Ib seldom thnt tho cnuso of oc-  ���������/,enm can bo determined but one-  thing is certain, the itching must be-  stopped and tho soros lionlnd up.  Thoso results nro secured by the  uso 'of Dr. A, W. Chimo'H Ointment.  Tho itching is .relieved nlniost instantly, nnd you will ho surprised at the  healing which will tnko place overnight.  A littlo putlonco and porsistont  treatment' with Dr, Chnao's .Ointment'  will givo you more practical nnd definite results thnn a wholo lot of dosing with internal medicines. You can  sen liow the Ointment heals. The*  othor Is guoRswork.  Mr. Goo, Poterson, South Bay, Ont.r  writes!���������"I wish to communicuto to  you tho groat bonoflt I received from*  .-.-..'ij. Dr. A. \V.' ninV". * ������������������Vntmwt.  For years T suffered with a groat skim  disenso on my head, a sort of ccMmiu.  I tried four doctors, giving each ������  fair trial, but got no better. In fact  tho disease sprend to my loft arm.  "I huw Dr. OhnHo's Ointment ridver-  tJ"**?'.! nnd v>"(-nn liMne* H Persistent  use of this treatment hns ontiroly  cured mo, nnd I glvo you n. statomont  of my case with pleasure, an I hope  thereby to Induoo somo olhor sufferer  to try tho namo Dr. Chaso's Ointment."  Because this ointment hns made-  its world-wide reputation by airing  Iho most Hevnrc and longBtundlritf*  en... uf cci-t'iiiu and pile.** In no reason you f.hould overlook Its scares ot  uses in tho relief of Itching and irritation* of the ukin,  Dr. A. W. Chase's Ointment, 60c*  a box, at nil dealers or Kdmunson,  Bntos and Co., Torontg,  W. N. U��������� No. 833. fY  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,  ���������TklMrMI  Off All NtaaaA  ������ l������*tWe���������but y������u outnot bo too  purgatives Injure the bowels and pave the way for.  life-lone troubles.   Tho new     ^^^  evaouant tn    _______________l40*---,,,_____r___r_^*_-_. i1  does the work most  effectively without irritating the bowpls  or causing any discomfort.   The children like them for they taste  like candy/ One of the most popular.of the NA-DRU-CO preparations.  Uh. a ma*. It" your druccUl Km net fat aiocktd t hem, Mnd 25c, and wa will mill them, 20. ]  N������HmwI Drai ami Ckaakal Cmapaw al Caaaia, limbmi,      .      .      MmItmL  ^v,,S  LOADED BLACK  ROWDER SHELLS  THI RID  WKere Silence  is Golden  A tourist called nt an inn, in Donegal and ordered a roll nnd..butter and  some tea. It was brought, nnd on cutting the roll ho found a black beetle  in the middle.    ��������� ���������  "Hero!" ho called to,the waiter,  "Take this and show it to the proprietor."  ���������'"I "wouldn't be aft her showing it to!  tho propriethor,. if 1 wero you, sor."  snid Pat.  "Why not?" inquired tho.tourist.  "Terrible mane man the proprietor  is, sor, shure, he'll be chnrgin' ye for  a mate tuy."  Burn  Caused  Open   Sore  Zam-Buk Worked a Wonderful Cure,  REMEMBER  Coughs & Colds  BRAND  TMM HARK Mt. lail.l, MY. Off.  Shoot Strong and Evenly,  Are Sure Fire,  Will .Stand Reloading.  They Alwaya Oct The Game.  For Sale Everywhere.  111  ������  A       I  /���������    _J  \ ^he best equipped factory for pro-  AppieTOVa   \    ducing Counter Check Books  in Canada.  Counter  Check N  Book  Capacity  50, 000 Checkbooks  per Day.  Factory  and Offices:  HAMILTON,  ONT.  We are supplying the Larg-  *-* \ est users of Counter Check  L/Ompany, \ Books in Canada with our  Limited.  (Not in the Trust.)  IMPERIAL BOOKS."  APPLEFORD COUNTER  CHECK BOOK  COMPANY, LIMITED.  _ _lv!*L the natural bravery of a widow  " that "makes" her" \\*on~t~ty~ take" another  chance.  Wealth may be within the reach of  all, but nil do not reach it.  Few of_ua can live up to our anccs-  8ometimes a hnd bum, a deep cut,  or somo' similar Injury sets up a moro  permanent injury, in the form ot an  open discharging sore. In such cases  Zoiu-Buk will be found of unequalled  value,  Mr, J. Nixon, of 901 William Ave.,  Winnipeg, a-blacksmith at tho C.P.R.  sliopa, hud his foot badly burned by  seme molten metal falling upon it.  He says: "Tho burn wns ii very bad  one, and after the first few days it  left on open sore, which showed marked signs of blood-poisoning.. It discharged freely and caused me terrible agony. For three' weeks I suffered acutely -and could get no .ease  At Inst I obtained a preparation from  (he doctor, which seemed to stop the  discharging- nnd made me quite hopeful, but finally the wound became as  bad us eVer,   .  "I wns then advised to use Zom-  Buk, and from the first application  the balm gave mo relief. The inflammation wns thoroughly chocked, and  the poisonous matter cleared away  in n very short timo after beginning  with Zam-Buk. Healing then began  nnd in less than two weeks the  wound was thoroughly healed."/  One of the main lesBons of this caso  lies' right here���������try Znm-Buk first for  tiny injury, sore, skin disease "or  wound. It is equally good for piles,  blood-poisoning, festering wounds,  chaps, cold sores, children's .erup-  | tions. scalp sores, varicose ulcers,  i chilblains, etc. All druggists and  i stores sell at 50c. box or post free  from Zam-BnU .Co., Toronto, upon receipt of price. You are warned  against, harmful substitutes and inferior preparations, which yield a  bigger margin of profit and are.sometimes-pushed as being "just, as-good. *  Nothing is just as good.  Two Scotchmen were out walking' on  n warm day. Coming to a burn they  decided to go for a wade. When.they  had removed their boots and "socks,  one of them, glancing at his companion's feet, exclaimed in awed'tones:  tors , however"deep    dowii they    are  buried  Only a fighter or a runner can afford to call a man a liar.  Executionary  Diner���������"Waiter, kindly remove this  egg."-  Wuitcr-"Wlmt shall I do with it.  sir?"  Diner���������"I think you'd better wring  its neck!"--London Opinion.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Your druggist will refund money it  PAZO OINTMENT fai-ls to cure uny  caso of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or  Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.   50c.  A mother is nlways outwardly  proud of her baby if it looks like its  father, but inwardly she mny regret  it,  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Garget   in  Cows  Tho longest column on the credit  side never seems to be able to foot up  ns much as a short ono on the debit  side.  It Te������tlfles for Itself.���������Dr. Thomas' "Bo-  lot-trio Oil needs no testimonial of its  powers other than itself. Whoever tries  it for coughs or colds, for outs or contusions, for sprains or burns, for pains  in the limbs or body, well know that tho  medicine proves itself and needs no  guarantee. This shows why this Oil is  in general uso.  It's possible to convince a man  aguinst his will, but a woman���������never.  A western millionaire attributes  bis success to the fact that he .listened to his wife. Most married men  huve to, anyway.  i   "Mighty me, .Tbck. "yer feet" are gey  dirty!" , ',"���������**'     .  "Hoot, Sandy, mon,"' responded  Jock, "yc mauna forget Ah'm two  years older than you."  ft *  WORKED WONDERS  IHTHISCASE  RHEUMATISM AND WEAK HEART  CURED BY DODD'S KIDNEY  PILLS  SOME OUTLANDISH NAMES.  Bible Society Report Tell, of Riddles  __. Confronting Translators,  Some of the riddles thai have to be  solved before tho Bible can be translated into remote and barbaric tongues are cited in that annual wonder  book, the popular illustrated report  of the British and Foreijin Bible Society, the 1909-10 pditlon of which has  just been issued. How, for exnmple,  can you find a name for "lamb"  among tho Inhabitants of some inland whero the only quadrupeds are  pigs and rata? How can you render  "whiter than mow" In tho dialects of  West A'frlca, where enow is utterly  unknown.  Occosionnlly the difficulty is ono of  sheer space, Longua, tho speech of  nn Indian tribe in Paraguay, which  has boon furnished during the past  yonr with tho Gospel according to St.  Mark, is ������o unwieldly that the word  eighteen can only be represented  thus: "Sohogemek-wakthla-inok-emi-  nik-antnnthlom." Literally trans-  lated thut means, "Finished my  hands, pass to my other foot���������threo,"  for finger and toes Bervo ns units,  The word for butter In Lengtia is,  " Waitky-nnamnnkukinuninik.ikpith-  muk"���������which means, literally, "the  grease of tho juice of the'udder of tho  cow."  In New Guinea the translator wanted  the proper idiom  for "far bo it  from me to do this thing," so he con- <  stilted    an    intelligent    catechumen.  "Yes," replied   the catechumen,   "I  understand   exactly.    We   have   tho. t  precise idiom; we say, 'May I speak '  to my mother-in-law before I will do  this thing?'"    For in - that   land of j  strange taboos one of the unpardonable sins is for a mnn to open his  Iil * to his wife's mother. ,  During the post year the Bible Society issued, 6,620.000 copies of the  Bible or of ports of the Bible, including translations into six additional languages bearing the outlandish names of Ongom, Namau,  Houailbu,    Ponerihouen,    Fiu,    nnd  AFTER  DOCTORS  FAILED  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Cured Her.  Toronto, Canada.���������"I shall endeavor  to describe to you how I felt before I  began taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.   I scarcely knew  what it was to be well.   1 had awful  bearing-down palm,  and usually before  mymonthlyporiods  I suffered terribly  and, had to go to  bed. 1 was not able  to walk across the  tloor the pain was  so bad. I doctored  for a long time, but  the doctor's treatment did not do me  any good. I gave up  all  hopes of ever  being  well  again  until one day my husband saw the Com-  Sound advertised in the paper. He  ecided to get me a bottle, and I am  thankful he did. I had not taken one  bottle before I began to feel bettor,  and I kept on taking it until now I am  a different woman.. It also helped me  during maternity and childbirth. I  can thoroughly recommend your Vegetable Compound to any woman who  is afflicted with female troubles."���������  Mrs. J. M. Tweed ale, 188 Nassau St.,  Toronto, Canada. '  The success of Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound, made from roots  and herbs, is unparalleled. It may be  used with perfect confidence by women  "who suffer from displacements, inflam-  n������������������      r-  .    t .,,���������    ,��������� ,���������������������������    .���������_, i mation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, ir-  Raga.   Each of these languages   has !"regulftr'itie8, periodic pains, backache,  hnan    naHimoH    ���������<*������    _irrirt_riT_    f .rm   (.vnrooo.        ���������**������������������*������������������        '*_������-. *-..������ ������       __  The Doctor helped Mrs. Stephen  Roy, but there was no complete  cure till she tried Dodd's Kidney  Pills.  Rock Mills, Grey Co., Ont. (Special)���������"I must say Dodd's Kidney  Pills worked wonders in my case,"  says Mrs. Stephen Roy' of this place.  "I suffered with Inflammatory Rheumatism in my right arm, and though  I tried several remedies'the swelling  increased and was very painful.   My  h ands and limbs ___were also badly  swollen.  "I got a doctor and he helped me,  but the swelling never* entirely left.  He said it was-because-my heart was  weak. Then I decided to try Dodd's  Kidney Pills and, as I said before,  they, worked wonders."  Rheumatism of any kind is caused  by disordered Kidneys;, failing to  strain the uric acid out of the blood.  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure it by cur-  ing the Kidneys! They also cure the  weak heart by making pure blood and  lessening that organs work of propelling the blood through the body.  Dodd's Kidney Pills only cure the  Kidneys, but they always do that.  And .with healthy Kidneys you can't  have Rheumatism, Lumbago, Heart  Disease, Dropsy or Bright's Disease.  When Hall Caine Hit Back  "Hall Caine is "tho most abused  writer in the world," snid n Now York  publisher. "He gets nothing but  grills and ronsts whon ho brings out  ono of those melodramatic novels or  plays of his that1 sell so amazingly  woll."  "YeR, the critics roost Hall Caine,  but ho. too,, will often '.roast the  critics. ' Ono night here in Now York  nt a dinner attended by nil our best  critics, the littlo man rising to n  tonst, pushed bnck the thin auburn  hair from his protuberant brow and  said*.  "Dear mo, whnt a lot of critics  there are here. It requires vory littlo  ability to find fault. * That is why,  I presume, there nro so many of you  gentlemen."���������Now York Sun.  Mlnard's Liniment Cures   Colds, etc.  ���������������        "' '���������'   s  Lots of people marry in hnsto and  re-punt immediately.  A bottlo of Woldo's Antl-Oonsumptlvo  flyrnp, taUon nooordlnir to dlrootlonn, will  mibdtio a co.'k'i In n short tlmo. Thin an-  Hortlon oan bo v.rlfla.1 by htindrndH who  have tried It and nro plnaiind to liortr to.-  tlinony to Its morllfl ho that all may know  what n t-plondld tnndloitio It In, It flout.  you only 85 omits, to Join tho rankn of tho  many who havo honn liimclltod by It. tmo.  been reduced to written Lrm express,  ly for this purpose.  For the subjects of the Emperor  Menelik a complete Now Testament  has at last been published, in Tigrin-  ya. a Semitic language spoken by 3,-  000,000 people in the Ticre province  of Abyssinia; while the Korean Bible  rapidly approaches completion. In  Braille' type for the blind new books  of the Bible were completed last year  in Welsh, Spanish, Italian. Gujaratt,  and two forms of colloquial Chinese.  There are now in existence thirty-one  versions in*, embossed type for the  blind which the society has helped to  provide.   *   ��������� Radium-1 solated. ���������  Hitherto the metal known as radium  has been certain salts with a radium  basis, such ps, bromide and chloride;  pure metallic radium has not been  known.  The isolation of pure radium has  been accomplished by mean." of electricity,, as .the result of .the .unremitting labor of Madame Curie nnd her  co-laborer, M. Debierne. Thus isolated radium appears as a white metal which alters rapidly when it comes  in contact with tho air, changing  from white to the condition of black  oxide. It burns paper, energetically  decomposes water, and adheres firmly to iron.  This is about all that is known so  far of this mysterious metal, The in-,  vestigators had only one decigram ofj  radium salt to work with But since  they sealed the precious metnl in a  tube as soon as they succeeded in-  isolating it, they will bo able to study  it at leisure,   *  bearing-down feeling, flatulency, indigestion, dixzinesa, or nervous prostration.  Somo  men nro easily  rattled  and  hoiiio are hard to shake  If a girl enn have a pretty fnen hIio  is willing to" fix up hor mind luter,  SMbhh Gun  _  Boggs���������"I know a mnn who joined  lliu navy und im uuu't nwiiii,"  Rc-rc.j-.f*!-������������������������������������"Thni'rt iirdhing. T know  a man who went up In a bnlloon nnd  can't fly," -''  An Emy Pill to Tnke.-floinn psrsons  havo ropu(Jtna-i(*o to pllln Tnnnatiw* of tholr  tinnmmMiitr tnt-le, Vartnelfo'H Vciirotnhli*  I'iIIh nro no -iropim-rt nn to miilm ilicm  ngrei-nhlo to tlio most fiual'llnus. The  ttioit dollonto enn tako them without fw*l-  ItiB tlio revnlnlfm tlmt follown tlie talilnir  of ordinary pllln. This In one ronnon  for tlio popularity of tlio������n rnlMirntoil  pllln hut. tlio main roanon In tlielr lilir.i  tonloal quality ns a modloliio for tlio  fltomnoh,  REST ARD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILI  Mae. ffmiww'i aooTRitfo Svunr bu btra  ���������tied for oyer SIXTY YKAR9 by MI&UOVB uf  MOTH8KS for their CHILDRBK "WHJUI  T8KTHINO, with PBRPBCT SUCCBSte. ..������  SOOTHES the CHILD. BQl'TENS th������ GUMS  ALLAYS all PAIN CURES WIND COLIC. ������ol  It the beat remedy tor DIARRHCEA. It U air  ���������olutely barmleu. Be aure and a������k for "Mit.  Wlnslow'i Soothing Syrup," and take no otbrt  Vtlnrt.   Tweaty-_.Yaca_-.aa bottle  RAILROAD   -EMPLOYMENT  Positions Guaranteed Competent Men  -MBN-WANTBD-Age- i8-to-35, for-Firemen-  8100 monthly,   and   Brake-Tien 960, on all  Canadian Railroads.    Experience unnecessary.   No Btrike.  Promotion to Condnotori  or Engineers. $150 to $200 monthly.  Railroad Employing Headquarters  Over SOO men sent to positions monthly.  State ago; send stamp.  RAILWAY ASSOCIATION.  Dopt. 805.      227 Monroe, St., Brooklyn, N.T.  ^BSORBjNE  guru SlrilMd Tally A*.kltt,Lrai|>hu.|llll  tall Efll. rUluU. Strte. Vlr* Cull, Iral*  ��������������� ���������riSwaUlM*. LaaMtii, uri AUtys  fain Quickly wlihtat IlliUrlatr, ramoriDg  tha hair, or laylas lha horaa up. Plea.ant  Bottla. ������t ilaali  ).  JI������.)ror8triinl'.deut,V������tl..MV.l'_iV1Vi.r-  lcoeala,Birdrooala, Preitatllli, kills pals.  to ma, W.0O p������r Jottla at <i������alari or da-  )kSD"  ,,h  it.Vi  llTar������d_"Hi  ABSORB!  Book SD free.  JR., X*i*anklDd,|I.eo botr*  . srooaie, rroi-amu, kills pals.  W. F. YOUNQ, p. 0. t,, 187 Templi 8t��������� 8pri-.fjfl.ld, Uui.  limits, IM.. Imtmt, OuMlu Apatk  lha -������r������l.-d kjr MAUTIX DOlg * irviUE 10, Wlaal^i  fill RiTIOM.. DRl'CI * UIIH.CAL CO,. Wlmilwf ft SL  tUfl ut UUOSIUOH UB0S. OOh UL, Tuuiiir.  "Why don't you pfot ' married,  Peter?" nuked an ���������lefjiiiihilnnen nf nn  old darky.  "Why, hrcflf, you," wan the answer.  "Tue po|, nn ole muddor, an' I Iiiir  to do fo' her, sah, an' if T don't huy  hor shoos an' stookln's she don't ������\t  none, Now, if !f wns U-r git mnrried  I'd hod to huv Vm fo' mv wife, an'  dat'd he tnklti' do shoen an" stoek-  in's right out o' mv mutlder's moufl"  A Faithful Elephant,  A naturalist tolls an anecdote of an  Indian elephant which is ono of ���������ho  b.st proofs of the sense of tho animal  and of Its power of communlcotlnf.  Us thoughts.' An elephant was ordeN  ed to drag a tree which proved too  heavy for its strength. It was urged  and excited to continuo its efforts till  tho poor animal broko tho chain by  which it was fastened and run away.  All supposed it had escaped to thq  jungle, where it woiikl mix with thq  wild elephants and bo seen no moro,  But In about an hour this faithful  and sensible servant of mnn returned, accompaniod by twp other ele-  phants, and by their united strength  tho tree was easily romovod, Tho  other elplumts disappeared lifter tlio  work was dono, and tho wlso tamo  elephant remained.  An Amazing Apparition/  In connection with ono of tho par-  tics given by tho widowed Countess  of Ancaster a strango story Is told.  It wns In 1803, and ono o. tlio guests,  a lady who hud just arrived, said,'  "I've just seen Sir Georgo 'fryon on  tho ntalrs. Ho looked very strange  and whlto, und did not sneak." But  8ir George Tyron was thon In tho  Mediterranean engaged in rnanoeu-  vros, nnd tho lady was so Informed.  She persisted, however, thnt it was  Sir Goorgo whom she snw, for sho,  knew him oxtrfcnicly well, Tho nexti  day enmo thu torriblo nowH of tho'  Victoria nnd Onmperdown, nnd tho  admiral's tragic fate,  Last of Birnnm Wood.  Kenr Dnnkeld. in the T-Tlelilntv!* of  Scotland, is I.irnum, Maubuth's country. 'J'her. miiu iiiity m;u twu gruat  trt-os standing on tho Ijiuik. of tlio  Tay, which aro said to bo nt lea*t  l.fXW years old and among tho few  which remain of the original Himam  wood. Tltei-.ft two 1ree<<, a nvonniore  and (in oak, aro largo enough of them-  selvoh to havo provided n goodiy  nriny with branclu*'*, and tlio trunks  measure, at, tho ground, fifteen feet  in diameter,  A Problem In Theology.  Mr. Frank Fox in hi. book, "Auk-  tralla," describes the religion of tho  nborlL'ine<< m "a npeeieH of devil worship. "Tho good spirits-of the _x-  iston/!fl of whom thoy had some vaguo  notions���������<lid not, In their opinion,  call for much attention, since, being  good, thoy would d** nobody any  harm. But tho evil spirits, of whom  thero woro many terrifying varicUa,  had to bo conciliated."  Gifts That Last  Slfvcr forkif-knivcs, spoons  and fine*- serving pieces of  qualify and beauty ttt  stamped wifft the trade mark  I84TR0GERS BROS.  i  r������ ������vi (Mi war* It la ctl i.i  nlmeilttttltt anil ttlhlsttln���������  Ik* iw'iif lilplt pltli���������  "SilnrTlaitthalWian"  Bui It* tilt, pltltt, bomli,  alt���������*ttm������tk*4  MRRIDCNBRITACO.  SOLI)  DV   I.KADIN'I   DHALlltH  Here's a Home Dye  That  ANYONE  Oan Ubo.  HOME DYEINQ lim  ���������Iwayi bean mora or  laid of s difficult ttndar.  Uklng- Nol so when  you us*  DYOLA  ON������������������������AILKINOS������������H  Sand lorSimi'U  Cud and Nluiy  'lilt JOHNSON.  ItlCIIAHDNON  RO��������� .Irnlu.,  Monlrcil, ('���������ii.  JUST THINK Or IT I  With DY-O-LA you can color altltir Wool.  Cotton. Silk or MUml Good* P������rf������ctljr with  tha 1AMI D*/i.    No chmica of uilnit tha  WWONO Uyt for tin Ooodi ypu liava to color.  There's no use In Rcttlnf? nnary t  yet a mnn seems to.get a great deal  of sntlsfnotion out of It.  ^-s >"*"-"*A'N^T  DODD'S-''  II jT?ja|  .'^^';.KlbNt'<x���������c'',  W. N. U��������� No. IM. k  TUE   NEWS, 'CUMBERLAND;  BRITISH  Tke Guioteliuui im  issued   ..very   Tuesdnv  ';v  the  Comox   &   Cumi-j',.ii,.d  Pubashing   Comp- **>y  T.iij |)i\]n.r will i\i.| ii..!-! i^olf  Vesj)ous*bl������ for tho (.")ini>-"*> "I' orh-  ei*h, tia nmy appear in h& ct-luuins  tron. time to timo.  -.-TVXmTJCIL:  TIM.SDAY,  April   4ih,    I'JLl,  a**w*******)*** nw_v  .,    WATER NOTICE.  NOTICE Ib hereby given that an  application will he mado under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 190',)," to ob-  tvn u iicctiaejiit'u* Skyward l.ivt i ti uf  Victvriu Wulor Ui������tn,>t  ������. The namo otOon.,aiv, in '>i'l Tlio  Cinipl.t-1) Rlvor Porter Cmnpii v, l.'.n.itcd,  Tlie houd ofllco** Otlicti <f It r , ^ Uob  ������rtsm, .11 K r Hi , VitsV >��������� j���������   '".0,  Tho capital, 'how divided, showing  -tiuouuli paid -.>' ������.*_ 000 tlivi^o n 5)0  e'ln'res of ������100.(10 ea h. Am uin i aid up  S40.000.  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No   (b) The nnme of tha lake, stream  or source (If unnamed, 'tho description >h   '.'ii..'--boll Lit.., V    <>i      ,>-'iiiifl  (c) Thf* point nf .������version: About  Tlie '  .  (,. > ,i,- -..Ml   .'  (d.j Th.- quantity of water applied  tor (in cubic feet per second)   ojuiiv  ic fact.  (e.) The character of the proposed  works dit-.n a. ii  lu  <_ ������a ���������. .  (f.) Tho premises on which the water is to bo. used (describe same): In  at 8i������ms point on ti c lKi.d v. u... liu liu.uk  of thcCnnipi)Hil Rivor, :ibu- - uni i. 'Il mi..  below Ca-.ipb.ll Rive.' F.lli.  (g.) The purposes for which the  water i^ 11 no w.-d pnw< r (  ���������(h.) II for irrigation det-cribe    the  land intended to be irrigated, giving  f.cren_;o    None.  (i) If the water is to be used for  power or mining purpose, describe  'the place-where the water is to he  return.d to some netvv'l channel,  an_. the difference in altii.'-i.. between  point of diversion and point of rc-  tttr ; The water is tn be. re ). n. i\ to 'he  CfiuipbellR-vorat ap>infc alo.iit >e mile  bolovy tho Campbell River F.������ 1. nd hh.  -'difrr;v--'e---^aliiuido���������will_!.i___'-  ���������-��������� 300 ft.  (j.) Area of Crown l?,nd intended to  ho occupied by .tbe proposed works:  About li'-sU H'.'.i..,;  (k.)Thls notice was pr-Rfccd on the  icoo fi    iy of Jannary, l'JII, a it I hi.  tion will be made to the Commia-  lio erou tho iwt:tity-iouiti. ������������������ ,*��������� i i'obru-  iiy, t������.Ul  1.) Give the names nnd addresses  of any riparian proprietors nr licen*  sees, v/ho or whose lands are likely to  bo .if'.'Cted V,y tho propo3 ���������& works,  either above or below the outlet:  Tho or .������*������, ������h.* Bcto'li An'rot Timhor  Co., Ltd., of Vin oiia, B.C.. Xur li l\.oifio  Lumber Co,, JiM,, nf Vanuiin'������'r B.i\; P.  CndahYi j'f Clii-i ������o, Illinoi : Tnhi rnation  i\i Timber Co., ot Vuoc n er, It <!  Attach copy of such parts of    tho  Company's memorandum rf nssottta-  - tion on   authorize tha proposed  ap-  pltuRtion nnd works,  (il '..".to ei)n-*l"fUuMon ������������������������.! '.p"(-.*.in. of  tvult ������r th Rtipply'i ruti,i*/.<",i'in of water  nn.lo J ho "W tcr Aot, 1UC.0 "  ( '���������������) 'In him ly fnr nml oh* i ��������� i-dor tVo  ���������prt.visio-.to ot ihfl 'HVliter tV>l, IDOft," or to  purcbn*" o"'i iu-v\vl"������ ttcqnii*'- "Mer Moonlit or wulor lie n-i.  Tub Campbki.i. Riv'i.nPowi.u pimpany,  T.IMITI"**),  ��������� G. H. Uiviw W.Wal'ftn.-n..mo." "  P.O  a-iilio^ Itci-x 724 T*>i'Botors.  VlL-'O 1!..   IU*.  A.",'U-'\?<on   WOi?   STOR-  Tin" .ilti.-v -f i.Sm (i;upii*>d (������������������ nervi-ir f��������� *i-  sti-ii-ii*-,- ii-1'.' 'Vaipholl Liii.', Viiiiuouvor  V....II!1,,  \<\ Tho n.cii'.m by which it 'in propoiu'il to  tl.O'O tliU \V'.t.fi|' ilmu un    M uiu' k tOH.  (v| lli������������������ Iti m |iki|hi t'd iii I'l-mro thu  Inud no **--" wy ii r 11������ t.ut*|n>Mi< iiy piirtihatHi  mil H.(|)i"i|iruMon, '  w, Aii|>"i'*uimt.ijly thi* im ilmr nf mire  ,f������in iiiUjiubi'l t,i n iini.i.i'.iii ifil 'J(i:tlll auit)  imt, Thnt.'timpbi'li Uivit I'- ��������� i (*...,Ltd.  U. II IS..M) , W Waih.w.fi,.���������,.l  I) i-   I. n  PO. addii'  : |l"X "..I Vi -I r'n, ]l,0.  WATWIl KOTICK.  NOTICE  hi   bui-eby Klvcn thnt   an  npplic.iition will ho mitdo under Part  V. of the "Water Act, .'io.,'- m  ub-  1 ��������� 'i .'   ii' '.nn i    Uiu I'miiti* l.)iV u /Ii    I  \' v  to i" W "ii I������i-���������  (n) The nume of Oompnny In   full;  'V    -.'.iniit !.i<|l b'|. rv i'<"--(-'r   nt'i an , l/.tl  i in* ���������'-,<���������.'��������� i   'i.i. ..'.I*.      ���������   '    r ' ".'    <,  T:   o *-i I,, r������i i k.i i, s , v ..'nr , 1.,-.  Tb-i cnpit-al, how divided, showim;  li ��������� n|.it pi .. h,j ,^.iii,'|i]ti, i i ��������� H iu<.,* .OU  H'f-r-i   ot .Mill f< ub;   *ii.i.iui������i   pmd    iiu  ij'i',u;ni  ���������'Jf for uiiiilnir pviponi'S) I'rce Mln-  ."'������. '���������'���������irHr.f.i.'.f Nn   [-> i ";i ��������� ��������� ,���������-.. .-<��������� i,!,������ !-.'-.", -.(���������������>���������''���������!���������  f-r  *' ' ''���������<;    -it   ���������'VnM'i'"il,   Un.  i*(*("'!i;,  '"I   '������'���������'.,': ' 'd     vi" l ��������� :t . ,    ' -. ,  I I-Hit  (���������-ji The p"i'it, of II.���������*. db-n: At tVn������  ������,���������'��������� ������-' i'i.iv..  C   ,,..i,��������� \ ;,.���������  (���������1,1 Tin c. i:tt:tirv o* 'v.-ten n.rvpls<"-  for (In cubic   feet  per   second)  ���������'0 cull - f   t,  (e.) The character ot the proposed  W   .iu, ..ulU  .       o   .1C--     .  __  (f.) The premises on which the water it. u. be used (describe same)  At "om .��������� ,.wiu  i.u  U. hunt .an. ^ U.e * auk  of t o Cutph li riv r  bout-ii. halt milo  beluw i iu,i..b a ��������� ivei- Fullo,  (g.) The puvppsos tor which thu  wii ft- W .   bu u.uj*. power ,..r. . .,  (h) If tor irrigation describe tho  land intended to he irrigated, giving  ucreago    None.  (i.) If the water; is to be uaod for  power or mining purposes describe  the placo where the water is to be  returned to some natural channel,  nnd the dltlerencc in altitude hetweon  point of diversion and point ot ro*.  turn; The. wa er in t > l.o lOtun.nl to ir.w  I'limpbellnvi-i' nt a pniut hlwittt ono mil  below t e C-Mni-b'-h tiver Fulls a.-ul tbo dif  foro'i.o in iilt'tndc wil' he ahonl  300 feet,  (j.)A.rca of Crown land intended to  ho occupied by the proposed work.*  Ab ut 32t) ao.ot.  (k.j This notice was posted on tha  fiigluh day of J .mury, lllll, iuui applkit-  ttou will bj inivlo to th. Coniniius otu-r i������������  tho t*>enry-fourrh day of February,  1911.  (1.) Give the names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licenses who or whose lands are likely to  be effected by tbo proposed works,  ���������either abovo or below the outlet:  <l'*u" B.i ish Amori.an.T.H-b-r Co., Llift.,  ofViatoiu, E.O; North Pacific Lumber  Co., hi I, of Vnneonvor, I. C:T. Uudnhy,  of Cliii-it^-o, Illinois; lutorn:iti������nal Timbor  Co , of Vancouver, B.C, Et-'juimalt & Ni.-  nahno Railway Company.  Attach' copy of such partB of the  Company's memorandum of association as authorize the proposed application and ��������� works,  n. Ti.ooous rant on or operation of works  Or thw supply or utilization ot water "uudei  tne *'VY_..,r Aot. 1909."  b. To apply tor and obtn'n i-ndor 'h-  provisious .���������,������ tne " Wati-r Aut, 1909," or ti'  purehase or o-her������joo a. quire wa- er reooi d ���������  or -AU'ei-B lioen8. s  Trn. Cami'bbu, Rivkr Powku company.  Limited; G. li. Bums, VV. V*'tt-li_oeO-i..u,  DiieetniB.  I'. O- address: Box 724. Vi'.ttria, B.C,   ���������  APPLICATION FORSTOI.1NG WATER  a. The place of tho pi-'poBedt-eiei vot t-r  storing: "Upper Campbell Lake, Voneonvtr  l.lund.  t. '1 he mear.s by whioh it is propo td tn  sfcov.-tiie-water'.-Dam-aud Slu'Oj_gat__a________  v. How it ia prupi.ed ti Jieiiiiiro the Ifti (1  neeea ary Cor the pa, po it-: Uy puruhtiBeand  expr irii"i<rii.  *. .-pproximiitoly the number of aeie  f6ui iiitiudol ti> be impounded 1_,75'2 aon-  ���������'eel.  TUB CAMPBKI,Ii RIVRIl POWBU CO,,   MMITKD  Ct. il. Burnt., "A" WaD^o t.iiuiu, Dire-.lu...  P.O. addicss:    Box 724, V.otwit, b.iJ.  WATER NOTICE.  Noxicn is beicby given tbat an appli-  i.rition wijl be made under Part V. oi the  Water Act, 1909, to obtain a license in  tin* Comox or Nootk.t Division of Victoria Water District.  (a) Tbe name of the company in full:  The Campbell River Power Company,  I-'inited-  Tlie head offiri. Offices of Bnmnrd &  Robertson, 5I4 Fort St, Victoria, I.' C  The. capital, how divided, slHiwini-j  anv'unt piid up; fjo^opodivided into 500  ���������dj.iic. i"f$ioo each; u'.iount psiid up:���������  'iilO.ODO,  (h) Tlie iiiimeof the lake,, stream or  source [if unnamed, the description is]���������  Buttles Lake, Vancouver Island.  (c) The point of diversion .out of But  leu Lake.  (d) The quantity of water applied for  in cubic feet per second  125 cubic feet.  (e) The thitracter of tltejiroposecl works  dam and sluice Hales,  (f.) The premises on which the water  is to hi. used di'saihis  i..iiii",e: At  some  point alon^ I lie bank of th.c-Campbell  River about oiut half intlis below Camp  bell river Falls,  (������) Thn purposes for which the water  is to be used' Power purposes,  (h) If fur urination dtscnhu the land  uitiiiti'iml to be irri'ditcdi kimiib acreage:  Not lobe used for iiTiK'ttion,  (i) If the water in tc hu used for power  or niiniutf, purposes describe tlm place  where tlie water hi to be returned to some  u.iural channel, and the difference in ul-  titu.lt between point of diversion and  point of return: The wnier is to he ic-  tuiiicil to the Campbell river nt a point  alio it one miili' below the Campbell river  l-'.ills and ihe difference in 'nlii.uile will  be about 300 feet.  (j) Area ol Crown fiuui. uuuuiled io be  nccupicd by the prnpo.si.*(l works! About  J"*!'   ,lf I'.'S.  fk) Tbm muice was posted on the nev-  i.'uiii 111v ''i j,ml.a.i, :,:,-, .i,! ,-i'-n'1ii"i.  tuin will he madii on the twenty-lourth  day of Kcbruury, 1911,  (l)Ciivetlu. iiiouei aud ncldrr.**s(ifc of  itiiy ri'.'aniti" mupii' lors or licen .i"s who  orwltcat. liiiiil'i iiie likely to i.u i,ftVcicd  by ill" |,ii!;.o;,ul wmivH e'ulier aiiiiVc or  ' '���������*< 'v 'h. ruiili't! Tin* (.'ruwn, Ksipi'unalt  'hi'   iiriii"h  "\  dPATES  the TAILOR.  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  ������MWNMj*������_wonJHf WttiMaHMMmi ���������iHiiiiima*aman*m '  L,adle������' Work  a Specialty.  SAYWAKD LAND DISriUUT.  Distriot of Suywanl,  TAKE iint'oo tha' (JoorKo Lt'loantflr Hi-  iiiinntnii, of V'li.ooiivu', H.U., mooluinlo,  lullmlii to npply fot* p. riiiMini t,o I'Ui-ohat-u  the following doHeributl IilikIh*.  t'li'i'tneneii gat 11 piiSt plimtotl nfc the  Southwest luirnerof lo,t 55'2| thcuoe north  ISO eliaum, thenco went 76 thnum, thonno  Hinilli till ohuiiai, theneu ciinr, 75 ohitint, to  paint of eonimuiioemont, oontliinlng 600  itoreu, tiio-o o" less.  UlWH-ll. LkIOIWTI'H UlM[N(VI'0S,  llohiirt II������ <tv Unoanut, itaent.  DMQ'lMnrohUth. 1011.  <"u  .. ... i ; ,���������!>  r ' uii, i'.  ��������� ��������� '���������'. 1.ul , 01  Vicciria, j  'I ' h'.i.'v-u, lliu.���������!*,, in*,  '"��������� ���������������������������it-'-.vi.i, ''. vml'icr (io.,    of   Vac 1 uvt-v',  '* <*:, Xi.n'i r*"'n';. i.uint^M <;.; j ,.j( o!!  ���������'.   ��������� ,M nnvi 1 ,iiC-  SAYWARD LAND DISTUIOT  JViftrlet of Hiiywnrd.  TAKTP'WivrTOVttint, Patrick Wl.ll.m  T.O'lio ("litrli, if Viiuenuvi')', 11,0.,, law  ehrti, i itunds to upply for permisMwa to  puichiuii the following do01.beJ lantln:  Oi'moiinelng ut, n pn.t planted at th������  soutliwe t. i.'oineroflot.552������ thoncouiatt.0  ebulnM, ilmiini* H.uith (14 chains, ^lwneo  west 40 ohiiiiifi, tluii'ou konth 10 obrilnH,  tlioni'., wei' 10 obnlnii, tlnu-e north BO  oh 'low to piii('������ of i-oaiinn'ii!i*mwif, emit tin  i'g nVOf.'.na, tn ,. .*rl������d������,  I'ATIMil'  Wll.IMM LkmI.II", CtMKK,  Ro'i rr Mn- ry Choinut, nu<>nr.  |,)ii'd Mil toil nib, Hill.  CEALFA)TENDKFtS nddrnsod to'tb.  p inid-r,lulled, anil oui.loi'..ei;l "Tindu-  for I**...mi liig Waiohiiiirte, V.no< uvwr,  B.C.," will be received until.4.00 P.M.,  on Monday, April 84, 1911, f.r the omi.  irtruotlon of au ExiiminJUK Wurohouse,  VniKiouver, B,0,  Plans, s-iooilioutlon and form of oon-  tnot can bo aeon and formnof tendoi ob  taimid at the oiJlces of Mr. .1.15, Oyr, Hn-  poriiitoiidoiit of Public I'uil hnipi t<\y Man-  iloi'it, I'o t Uflloo Haihiing, Winnipeg,  Man.,.Mr. Win, IRudnrsi.ti, lluHidoiit Ar*  oi.lfot, Vlo'.oi'iu, H.O., uttho PoMi. lulled,  Vuui Oliver, and at thi*. Dupuitmont,  Poi'SoustCiittotiun 11 unoiilled tbat, ttuul  ers will not huoin������Ul'*ieil unln.n mndo nn  thi- printed fouim supplioi', aid iiigncd  Willi Mii'lr iicmul wigautviixH; Hint ������g tltu'r  oeoupftil ns nntl ii'iiciih of ri-Hl<lttu<iu. In  lli0U4H0 of lirnii*, th wo'unl Higiiature, thu  iuIuio of thooooii|.iiiiu nnd pliiiuof resl-  iloi'ieo tifoaoh mQiub������i' ot tho linn uiu*.t bu  K'vt'ii,  Kuoh teiidwr muft bo mpiinuanioil by un  iiuooplod ohoqiio on a clnriuiid bunk, paj-  nblu  to thu ordur ot the llo,iotir.������l.lo tho  MlnUtor ot Pub in W'trlcH, oijiml to ten pi r  uont (10 p.o,) it tl 0 umouut of tho toiidtir,  whloh will In. forfoitod if the poiHoii toini-  wring rtcol no to o..ttn* Imoaeonlraotwhoii  uallod upon to do ������o, or f .il t> comploto  tin- 1'i.rU c r. nvMet (or.   If tho tender bo  not nei-epled din ohetiuo will be H'turnod.  Thu UuparMnont doua uot, bind i 110If lo  nctopt tho lovvout or any londcr,  Dy orilor,  R. C. DESROCIIiaw,  O.V.I> til J".  Di-pnrtmtnt of l-nbho WovI-h,  Ott-uwn, March 22,1011.  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  mmmattamtaam  Di*������������ri(_t of Soyward.  TAKE NOTICK tlmt William  CuUhvt'll, of l.anark, Ont., miiiinu  man, iti tend*, to apply for pertnia  aion t������. pur.chtipo tho following do-  aor..bed Unduj���������CommoMcing at u  pout i/hinti'd at thu northwest comer  of I.ot 490, Onrrinujioii Bay, Say-  ward District, thonce fullowiti's; tho  north boundary of ot 490 ouHto*-ly  for 40 ohftlns, thonco north 20  (ihait.H, thonoo west to tho shorolino  )honi!������ Houihwdwiorly aiid fo'lowing  il ocboio line to tho point of com-  ti.*jvit!oni(mt, containing Ichp than 80  acrf?**.      Wibi.uM CAi.mvj'ihi.,  Jno. MnnBon,nuont  Dated Fob'. 28lh, 1911,  SAYWARD LAND DISTKBJT.    "  D.Btriotot S.yward.  TAKB NOTICK that Arth,.r Rowland  Bout, of Vunoouvor, B.C., truti.por. agent,  lutoiH'R to apply forpiumiBsion to-purolia.o  tho following donorlhi'dlintlBt-i-Comraeno.  lug al a poivt planted at tho unuthcaiit eor-  nor otlotSIO, ot iho north boiuidaryot  lot 047, thonoa north 80 ohaina,  thenco  pant 75 ohAinR  thenor emtth < HO ob-inn,  thoiioi'wofu 75 ohniim to point ot oomtnenoo  incbt, uontainug UOO aoron, more or Iobb.  AivniUR HowijAud Brat,  Robert Hmiry OheBtnut, ngom,  Datod March 7th, 1011.  8AYWAUD LAND DISTRICT,  Dlatrlobof Snywanl.  TAKK w.tiou that Sidney Hoaflmnn, of  ^anvouvar, H. 0., nioehanio, iiit������iidii to  apply for permiuniou to purolumo ihofol-  low-up; i1������mo. lhi'd lamia:���������  OoiumoiHihm nt a pont planted at tho  Houtbwost ooniPi' ot lot 1)152( thonoo nnuth  80 olininu, thonoo wont 80 ohniim, thi 1100  north 80 ehnins, tlmnoo oiiHb K0 olmiiiH, to  phiao ot 0 niimonooiiiont ooatainiiiR (5JO  norofl, moro nr Ihbh.  htllNKV iilU.ii-.iAa,  Iiohirli Ifoury CnoaVnut, r.gt>.t.  PitodMiifuhOth, 1011,  HAYWAU������ LANirjHSTRXOrT"  District otSnywn'd,  'XAkvii iinUco ih*L Nanolto   Jonoph, of  Vanoouvor,  11. 0��������� BpinHter, ititondi to  ������,  , ... ���������   .      ...   ��������� ,    ,   npply for jMrtnl-ntlnn to parohaao tlm fol-  V WBpipe,,, will not be p,dd for thi. ������L ^ ^MM llludg,L  vfl,-ti.o,n������nilftl.oyin.ort,cwltho..tauth.|   c.mm.|.cing tta^t planted at tho  SAYWARI) UNI) DISTRICT,  Dl.trlotot Say ward,  TAKK NOIluIS thatanm'iolHoaBman,  of Vanoouvor, MM,, nx-ohanio,''intends to  apply for primlcBlon lopuiohnsotliB (ol  lOw I R dcBOflboil tirnd-;���������Cotnme-nohiB nt a  pnnt plinitoit at tho flouth"**.u*.t oovnnr nf lot  8501 thonoo eiiHt IGO ohitiuH, tliouco uouth  ���������10 olutina, thonoo we.<t 75 oliHlea (morn or  lortHt) thunoo north 6 ohama, thonoo went  85 ohainu, thonoo north !l& ohainu to point  ot nniumonoomoat, oootalnini; (100 noion,  moroorloKB.     &AMUK1. Hkarmah.  ilohort Ueury ChoBtntit, ������uont  Dated March ttth, lfUl.  onty fr������ m thu D>pur mout,  IF YOU WANT , GOOD  PHIN'MNO GO TO THE  NEWS. FIRST-CLASS WORK  S' utheniit ooruor tt Jot 5471 thonco north  .0 un'd' h, tho co oaa* 80 chain-*, thnnon  south 80 oliulni, thomio wo-it 81T chnlnfl  t (hop'lot of onmmiiii'ttniuul, conUlu-  ii>B tl40 01(14 nmre or lORH.  Nan urn" .liw.t'it,  Kobort Homy Olmbtn it, 1 (junt.  T'.*,o>l Msnol 7lh, lOlt  SAYWARD LAND DIBTUIOT.  Diatrict ol Sayward,  TAKK notion that Pranooii Brougham,  wifoof W. f, BrouRhnn*-, of Vnnoouvor,  Il,U,,intond������ to apply tor pormlision to  purohai-0 tlio fulluvvlm,' Jcacvlhutl 1-md  Oouuucuiihi^'nt 0 pout plltt.tp.il .0 tih'.ln.  west of tho Bou.lioi.t oornor of lot .17j  tho'ico cant 120 ohilon, tlmnoii iouth 40  ohahia, thonoo wo������t 120 olidi)., tlionoe  north 40 chains to point of ooii.monointQii',  contiiiuinu 4B0 uorou, moro 01 i.w.  IfRAKOlW BttOUOHAM.  i Robert Henry Chestnut, agont  Dated Muroli 8th, 10U.  Wood's ghoaytadint,  Thi OrtfU mulish, nemtilv.u  tnnm and 1nvlBon.i*stUovf nolo  ���������mm  I  out Debility, Maninl unit Jlniln. Worvu,]), ���������  |)oi������hom;i/, SauiaWtalmsi.Jtonksisni', .fyr  yialorrhain,;nntlmtetsjof Jilnutw Unttuo,  l'r'!OtlpotbnK,i.iicrprl5. Onenlllpluancf.):  ���������will ou ro,  m  ... Bold hy all JroBtinw or hwllotl li. i  pkfr. on raoolp* of pricu, New jkiwIw  MftdU-.n* Oo.  T������r������rtto������(kkt  vialleii/rre. .VhoWi  \ferm*rlii iWiitUor) ���������kM-o^txr** a*")*"* **������-**-���������>*���������*-. ^ aP***9t*mm-++a������***Yta.tiaa*a**ss+ *������ oatA  APPLICATION FOR STORING WATER  (a) Tha place of tho propped reaarvoir  for storing Oomox Lake, B.C.   '  (t.) Themeaaaby vhioh it ia, proponed  to store the water J, by a dam at outl-it of  I#������ke.    '  (u,) TU������ area of tho reuervoir ������lta or  aitei at each foot in douth abova tho outlet  8000 aorei.  (v.) How ia it propoaeil to acquire tho  land necemaiy tor the purpose By purobftie  ifn������ooa������ary,  (W.) Appioximutcly the number of aore  feet inteided t> buimpounded 80,000,  (x.) Wnwiher it in propoaed to luwer tho  wator iu auy natural lake ur sUndiug body  of water, aud, if a", thun������������������  1, The anticipated extent of the lowering Not lowen-d.  i. The muauo proposed to he adopted to  )o*Aer aud rttill   8. Tho umuioaad character, in detail,  of Ihu wor-M propoied to bo aoontruoted to  provide for tho ctisoharite and penning back  of the water By oonoret* dam with reflating gates ooutroUiug tho di.oharge,  [Signature]  Wklmsoxon OoLURttv Company, LtD���������  W. L. COUI.SO.V, General Manager.  (P.O. ad'tn-Bii) Victoria, B.C.  Junuaiy 10th, 1011.  'Brew  For Sale by all  Hotels -  in Kegs or Bottles  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B. C  COPVRIGH  HERCULES Stump Pullers  FOR   SALE   BY      -      -  Walworth=Rolston Go.  Ltd  1*020 Westminster Ave.,  Vancouver, B. C.  WATER NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that an  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a''_t"e.-ao in. tUu Uivieion ,of Okiuux  District,  (*.)Tho namo of Company in full:  Wdliiugt-u Colliery Company,   Limi.ed.  Thu ho id ('Woo Victoria, B.C.  The  capital,    h w   divided, 'aliowing  amount ;hid up 8**.l"H 0,0000 divided into  20,000 idinrea of $100.00 eaoh fully paid up'  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's- Certificate Nd   (b.) The name of lake, stream or  isourco (if unnamed, the description  ii) Puntlec'gi- ill ver.  (c.) The point of diversion: At a  poii.t above the falls ou the JtVutled'.--  River, Comox Di-triot.    -  (d.) The quantity ot water applied  for (in cubic feet per second):  G7l>.   ���������  (e.) The character of the proposed  ���������work : Generating plait, power wo. *._, ami  olectrio works, and plaut a������d othor u.ftok-  inery and conveniences nscosaary for, producing power.  (f.) The premises on which the water ie to be used (describe same): On  or iu the vuiuity of the WiUiugt >������ Colli  "Tt'y'ComiXnyH^IMry^^  irtgs in Comox D stric*-.  (g.) The purposes on which the water is to lie u -od: Couerating oiuotricity,  and 'or light, heat, powor, operation of  motors', engine., aadnvoVnery ofal. kind."  aud generally for tht oxeroue of all power*  -anl priyilegeaof apo-er company under  Part IX. of above Aot.  (1.) If the water is to he used tor  power or mining purposes describe  tho place where tbe water is to be  returnod to some natural channel,  and tho difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of return At a convenient placo below t"������  Htoifchton Fills iu tho viomifcy outltt  Brown River, Seotioni 10 and 14 Tp., 0,  Comox Dlatrlot. T-*e pout of roturu in  ubnut 200 feet lower alntudu than tho point  of dive-ido'i.  (J.) Area of Crown land intonded to  be occupied by the propoaed worlc������;  Mono,  (lc.) Thia notioo wm pouted on the  ���������ixtoonth day of January, 1011, aud appl-  catiou will bo rhado to tha onm'nia-loi'Or  on the i-Hrd day of February, 11>1  (I.) Give the names and nddroasoa  of any riparian proprietor, or Ho-  enaon who or whone Inn da are likely  to bo affected by tho proposed 'works,  either abovo or bolow tho outlet'.  VV< liiiaiitiiii Colliory Company. Ltd,  Attach    copy of such parts of the  Company's memorandum of association an authorize- 'ho proposed application and works  (Hl������natun>)  VVHi.uNOTONOow.iKnv Comb nv, Lrn  W, L. Com.80Nr, Gout.      gnawer,  (l������,0. luUr-u) VlutorU, IM'.  Kxtraot-from the mimohammim op auhoo..  ATIOK OP TUB WlMilNtiTOK 1/OI.UI-UY  Company, mmitkd.  (-*) To aoqui'ie by part-hue, grant, loam)  or lu uny othor mauner,,,,...,., \* ator or  rightato wator  ,,.   [tl] To onrry on tho business ot   ���������Itotdo light, Iwat and powor supply   (>-] Tj miuufi.ot.rii aud use ������H a motive  powor eleotriolty aud to manufacture  or itaqulre plant, maohlnury, apparatus,  ���������nd matoriitln of tivory kind for the pro  duouou und distribution of eleotriolty. ..  tijJU'l'rat*-, "Alio or dkpese cf supply r-v di;  it Unite fleotrlnity   for Ujihtlnff or  motive powfr,.....anil to ooustruot, lay  down, eat b)ltd), and tarry out oahlm,  wires, How, aoonmulatoii., lamps nud  works,  U.TAKB NOTICK that Wi.liaui F. .Smith,  of Vancouver, o.oupstlou, carpenter, intends to apply (or permission to puruhaie  tin foliown g ���������lat-urilxid lanilsi-Cominmo-  lng at a post platittd at the north east ear.  ti.r ol Ko. 1,thence north B0 ohaini, th-inio  east 80 ubaini, tliouoo south 80 chain-,  thenoe west 80 ���������h������in*>, to point of commencement, containing 040 aorei, more or  less. WILLIAM V. SMITH,  Name of Applicant,  feU-Usas 9tb, 1810.  9  ova  o  4  09  e  ���������s  W5    ������'     ������  ������ Q -o    S  t> ������_ __ -i  Sot1*    3  5 W "M  5-^ f,  isf -  ������S|'5  Ji   o  id Jy in  . <"���������  - H e  a * t_  8   b" S  __ 4>  ** 9.  m S  DO CH  " ?���������  M U"  ������9 _^  'A  u  *>  tap  a   &  ���������*���������** c  tjl*l  ���������*"l;a  -c '<"  o  .2 a a  **'      m  a ?  e ;  I*  M  *  C     .'  .���������-     n  5. ���������"  -t_    ���������-  c   "  .5 a  !  u  u  Pi  O  o  1)'  ���������a  H  00  W  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any bloclw,  timber or wood, of any doscriptiodn  Jelonging to the Wellington Colliery Oo'y*, or from or off tho land  of the said Company, will be pros-  eciited to tho full extent of tiie law.  W. L., COITLSON,  General Alannjjer,  O      i.  Wellington Colliery, Co,y,  notk;e.  Riding on locomotivei. and rail  ivav cars of the Union Colliery  Company by any porsoi\ or per-  3oi)6���������except lain crew���������i_ strictly  proh.'Mteo.. Employee!. ������"re jub-  'pc tooJi*minstil for allowing  earn-,  liy order        **.      .'  W. L.  COULSON,  General Manager.'   H������i_U_BJ-  Makes Your EXPENSES Li-ht  Makos Your BISCUITS Light  Makes Your CAKSS Light  Makes Your BUNS Light  Makes Your LA30R Light  .ORDER FROM YOUR  CROCER.  e.w.c:llettco.,ltd.  Toronto, Onl.  ffisto*><*atkA*4**\/*t*%  O. H TARBELL  '*n������_MMMHsaM-Biuwinnn-tniMUi  HIGH GRADE STOVB  And all KITCHEN *.UTENSILS  "W^  is indispensable in the  camp, and {or all  impromptu meals.  AddalittleBOVRIL  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  b o y ru l  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  ������7  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice thut Gardiner Alexander Brudy Spencer of Alameda  (Jul., ocoi.pnrion plumber, intends  to npi.ly for permiHHion lo purchase  tho following described tond*. :���������  Com ...unci ng at a pont planted  about 30 oh-iim. west of tbo -south  eaBt corner of Sec'.ion 24, Township  21, thence wept SO chaini.. thenco  nouth 80 chnmii, thenco east 80  chains, thence north lo pouth sooro  of Wolf Luke, thenco westerly alon^  south .bore to wesr end of lake,  thence etiPt along north ������hore nbout  40 ehuiris, thence north to place of  'oommoncemont, containing 400  acres more or lets.  -, ��������� Scribed on potn, G.A.B.S.'s N.E.  corner.  GaIIDNER  A LEX ANDES BRADY  Spencer.  Dan Clnrk. Agent  Dated December Htb, 1910.  KU PK !!T LAND D-fSTRICT  l)ls *ict of Rupert.  TAK1������. notioo that Kii<5m*a Mao t.-win  of Vanouuver, B.C,   i.ci*iiiurio������|Wic!ow,  i'.teiuh to !iji|i[y  for pen ��������� is Liu to pur-  ehnne tho following iWoril- d lni.-il-j O'iu  W-iioiug at ut a p *t I'liUiiml   ai-oiit   c/"e  mile nortli  JiniL'Hi uluuuH i-j.I <i!' i\n> '*:. I?.  comer of SeoQion 4, T-wiishiii 8, tliotii-  north 80 ottaius, thoucc wise .0 i-hnic.,  thonoe south 80 otiiunx,   theueo weal Sn  chaiuH 'oplfiCiioi coiLnvnceintiut, cuijtui.i  intf 010 auro������, m un ��������� r I'm.  Surilwd on po t EML'������ S,W. corner.  Kndora Mau Lkewon,  D.tu CUik, Agout.  Dated Dooembor 11 th, I9l0.         s   RUPBKT LAND DISTRICT  Dmtrioc of Uupor.  TAKK   POTICP/'.tlmt  AHolaida  Entor  Cark    IJri^wn,   of   ).roolih*eid,  N.  Y.,  raarrit il woman. iutomlH to apply for p-ir-  mlaaiou to purohutai the followt>ug (Irrnrih-  ������d landsj���������Comineucttig ul a p<y������t planted  at ������ot;tliwe������t ooner of Stotiou 10, Township 9, th.us'o uorth  80 (ihnin.,,   tl.ouci-  <sant 80 ohainp,   theueo   south   80  oliuiiin,  thi net woat 80 ohainu to place of commeu-  mtnt containing 010 auro* morn or lorn,  Scrinoil oh post A.1'",C.U*������ S.W. oor  Al)KI.Al������S KSTKH CltKKK UHOWS'.  Dan Clark, a������unt,  Dnt-ed Dioombor iflth, lhIO,  Sportsmens Goods  and    "  Genera! Hardware  F������-^l������*l  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience forguoBts.  The Oential Hotol for,Bport������mon  None but the Best of Wines and Liquors  FAIRFIELD  *  Z STORE =  J. JACK,   Prop.  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits and Tobacco.  Vancouver Ice Cream,  RUPERT L*NI) DISTRICT  _  Dialrict of Rupert  TAKE notice that John Henry  Kerrin.h Riohardnon, of Vancou  ver, B. C, iccupation Sieamboat  Steward, intends to apply for per-  mieeion to purohase - the following  described' lands:���������Commencing at  a post planted about .0 chains  north ol the southwest corner of  Section 8, Township 21, thence west  80 chains, thence south 80 chuinp,  thence east 80 chain**, thence north  80 chains to place of commence  _ment.coritainin'g,640, acre_t._mo_re__o_i'_  lt'ES.  j. H. K. R'e N E corner.  John Hknuy Kerrimsii RicHARn-  80N.  Dun Clark, At;ent.  D-Ued December ICth, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Dlptrict of Rupert  TAKE notice that Richmond  Charles Bifs of Vancouver, B.C.,  Broker intends to apply for per  mission to purchase the following  described landi-i-Commoncing nt  a post planted at ^   post   between  genti'U. 18k, Townnhip 9, and Section 13, Township 20, thence west 40  chain*-,   thence   f-outh   40  chains,  thence weft 40 chains, IhenceBOUth  80 chains; thenee east  40   chains,  thenco north 40 chains, thenoe east  40 chains, thence north 80chains to  puice of commencement, containing  640 I'ores more or lest-:  Scribed or. post RCB'd N E cor.  Richmond Charles Biss.  Dan Clark, agent.  Dated December 19th, 1910,  CO  a I  msmviir Ave.  Cumberland  mammammaa+a*+*Mam**mm**mamea* ma*  at the liar.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Prop  ��������� P.  J,  Dealer in  ALL KINDS OF  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.  Ilaviun built ft Inrgo wiiruhotiBO anil mil'  atCourtonay, 1 will In fit1 tiro keep on  kind a Block of ull l-itidn o( Hay, Grain,  nud Feed ftt lowost market raten, A  apeolalty v.Ill bo mado nt rollor uriiHliotl  food fur horwiB whloh will tnuho a hivIiik  of ino third in tliu ooxt of ft od. Onloro  givon tbo^ioamsteir orhjr phoue will bo  promiilly Itllerl. ThittikltiB ymt for your  putr iiiiku lu tlio viint and poMoi<In^r n oon  tluiunooot t.n-Hiinift on brondtir Iiiior, V  !)������({to ron.uiu  Yours to oomniantl,  HYRON CRAWFORD.  Fruit, Candy Cigars  t Cigarettes & Tobacco.  RUPEKT LAND WSTUIUT  Dutriot (if Rupert  TAKE NOriOE th,t JumeB I.radahaw,  of Kmuuria, Florida, en.'panlur,  int. dub  to apply for punnisBiou tit pui-ohane the  .olluwi.ig dcHonhuit liiodsi���������Coinminonir  nt a pout plutued '2 miles v/mt of tlio S.E.  coi-iji-r ot Seoriin 24, townf-liip 20, t.h������a_r  mirth .0 ch. iuH, thi non   wuhs 80 ohaiiB,'  tlunou month 40 oiiuii;B,  thenuo oi.t 80  ohtniis tn phieo of oimiini'iiccmeat, con-  tuiuh'K liio nores more or Iohb.  ' Hcribed on pout J l.'s S.K. cornjr,  James Buaoshaw,  ban Clurlc, ageiu.  Dated Dfoembnr 10th, 1910.  RUl'KHT LAND DWTUIOT  District ot Iluport.  TAKI. NOTIUIS tbut (Jtmrleu' Jridaon  Miner, of Gi uoboo, N.Y., rot'red fm m-  ot'i ' tends to npply for perunaaion to  puit!i,vo tin* follo-viuj". doM.ribo(t limdt:  Cjiu,. oeiiift nt .i post limited 2 uilioi  west o'l-.tlitu SE loriiiir of Heotiou!_4,Town  shi'ii20, theueo nr.rt'i 80 ohni s, tUonoe  t'UHt HO chiiiii*', thonoo south 80 ohaiiifl,  tbeuco wiiit 80 dliniiiH, to plwu of o luim-  ������ L'enu-nt, o-iiituiiiint,' 640 uuro-, moro or  lutH, Ohakmcb Judbon Mikhk  Soribad on post CJ M'������ SU' onruor  Dan OlurK, Agont.  DutpdD.o-mbor 10 h, 11)10  RUPERT LAND   DISTRICT  District of Ruqert  TAKE notice that Delia Brooks.  of Vancouver, B. C, Married  woman, intends to apply fur permission to purchase the following  deFcrihed lttnds:���������Commencing ������t  post planted at the northwest cor  nor of Section 30, Township 9.  thence east'80 chains, thence south  SQ_cha_u_i _,_t_hei__ce_ west SO chains.  RUl'ERT LAND DIBTRICT  Di*.'.rif!t of lti-.piirt  TAKI'. none e lb-it Bertrrm J a tne?  Tastei* < i N'antviuver, U. (.��������� occupation Kxpie*:*- _.M*in.-igc*r,inronil:" to  to ri'p'v wi pt-i in -I*-ion tt) purehii*/-t  tho (. ihjwiiiy i_l-.-_ t-iiud l������tnl������.;���������  Commeiieiiifj at a ��������� i.st phintea  about U0 ehb-'.ni" v/i-u .u'il-,0 _*tnh  watt corner.'of ^ei-tjon i'-l, Township 21,   tho.n'o   \..-ifi   yo  oiiuii-..;  thenco nouth SO obu.ni-, thence eat-1  80 chains, thence ttntb  80, ���������"'���������<!'-...  lo place   11'- C'liiitnciteemciu,-('Ain-  laining 640 ������orc*������ more or ..���������!.>,  Soribed un po.'t N^-MJ TV N.K  BetRTRAM JAMKS  TA-Ki.ii,  Dun Clark, agent  Dated December 14ib, 1910.  ���������<am *mas>^m  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Marguerite  Leitch uf Vancouver B.C., occupation SultBlady, intends to apply  for perm ie .ion to purehato tbe following described land*:���������������������������-  Commeocinp at a post planted  at tho mirth eapt corner of Section  84, Townehip 20. thence west 80  chains, thence Bouth 80 chaiiiB,  thenoe east 80 chains 'hence north  80 chaini" to place of. commencement containing 040 acres, more,  or less.  Scribed on po.i, M.L.'e N.E.cor.  MARGUKRITK I.EITCH.  ���������    Dan. Clark, Agont.  Dated December ICth, 1910.  thenc." north 80 chains,to place of  com.nencement    contaii'ing    640  acres more or less.  Scribed on Foal D. B', N. \V  cor.  'l Dei.l.v Brooks,  Dan Clark, Aftent.  Dated December 17th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Edna Fisher.  Spencer of Alameda, Cnl.,. mai riee.  woman, intondH  to apply  for per-,  mipciou to purchase the followinj;  det-cribed lauds:���������  Commencing at a popt plantcl  at the south wept corner of Soetion  2 Town-hip 21, thence cast 80-  chains, thence north 80. chuinn,  thence west 80 chains, thence souj,h  80 chains to place of commencement, containing (540 acres more or  less.  Scribed on p0pt K.F.F.'a S W.cor.  Edna Fisher Spknokb  Dan Clnrk, Agent;  Dated December ICth, 1910.  RUPERT LAND. DISTRICT   Djjtr _e__oj_R_u pert.   Koiiora Block,  ���������CUMBERLAND, 1LO.  o  o  ^���������������������������������������������������������������(������������������^������������������^���������������������������������������������������������������4*������*������*  RUPERT LAND DI8tttlOT  Distriot ot Rupert.,  TAKK NOTICE that  Edw,ird Dylte,  of BiiiK-ia"-Oton. NY. uoi cluiuin.in'ei cIh to  apply tor pemii-isioQ to puiolm.u the fol-  lowiug dusoiibod hind,.:���������Cuiuu uucinupt at  a p 8t planted 2   mi Ion    wmt    of    tho  south oust o>rner of *l.o im 24, Towiiship  ���������JO, hrtnou wo"t 80 ohaiuH,  th. nca   uoutli  80 chain*.,   tlionoo omt 80  plinim-, tntlico  north 8U ohi.nH t������|il<ou ufo.iiiiiiuii*]eiiiuur,  uuutainiut! 610 ctort'H, nuii'e or l������8u,  Suriliod on pimt KD'������ N.K, corner,  Edward Dyke,  Dan Clark, Anient.  Dated Dot O'tibur 10th, 1010.  KU l'E ItFu ND~|jlSTftl C l'  Dintilotot Kupert.  TAKE N.OTIOK tU.it Tliou.au Frodi-rlok  Turiker, 6t Vnnoouvov, K.O., telegraph  opei,'������tei,,int������ndB to apply for po.imi*-  t'i.iD to purohiiBO tho t'ullo-<yiD������ donoribi.il  lantlHj-Con-tnoiiolng tt a poht pluiitud at  tha north wo.t onrnor of 8- o'lon 18, To*a  nhlj)l). tlieuuo south 80 chains, tiiamo  punt, 8(i ch inn, thc-noii north 8il ohainu,  l.i.oi co woi-t 80 oiiiil'is t������ p-aco < f eo'ii-  inoncciiicnt, cimtaliii,.i; 040 itcrou, mor.  or lens.  Scribed on piwt TF V't, N.W crnoi*.  TnOMAH FltBDlUUCIC i'ASKKll,     ������  Dan Clark, Agont.  DitudDicomberTOtli. 1010  UNION S..S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Nanaimo.Union Hay- Comox - Cami-iibix  Rivku'Routis,  Hinlicift as iindor���������  Ja-iwanvw a atuutr "COWICUAIS"  Li-avuflNVanoouvor Thu ruin </ 8 p.m.  Artlvo Unina (lor CtluiUrlaud) Piid&y  moininK  Airvtti Otmiix Krldty moru'nK  Arrivo Campbell Uiver Friday noou  IWturolug!  Lv    Cooiox FrltUy 4 p in  ���������' Union lUy      ������  0   " *  ������������������ Kivnnlmo mtdiilgbt  Li-iivca V������-ioonvor, Hntnrdav H p ra  ArrivoH N*iuiiiao. Hiiliirdny IS p tn *  Arrive! Union, Kuiulty dam  lior Uuinlwrliiiiil  Arrives Corooi,  Aundoy 81m  RoturiiiDR:������������������  I^cave* Comox, Sunday 4pm  L.MVOH Uii'-v.. Hiniilny .") y in  hmv*. Ht-iaim-*, tiiiiduy 'ii'il'^iit  { iut'iu������������V'(_ CU������UA������- M.klUU.1, 4.U tut i  JOHN McLEODS  (TOR FJUST-CLABS >.  CANDY, FRU1TH."  CirOARH & TOBACCOS  TAKE notici* tbat. Hnitlee Arhhy  of Vancouver, 1J,C , married wonian  intends lo apply for permb-nion to  purchat-u the following de-_cnbed  lands*.���������  Commencing at a post, pl!iir������-d  at the eolith ens', coriior of Si-'clic-n"  8, Township 21, thenc. no**tb ^0  chains, thenco west 80 ehain:',  thenoee south 80 chains, thorne  east 80 ohain������- lo ��������� plnca of ci-m-  mencement, containing 640 aerea  more or less  Scribed on post, H A.'h 9.E, cor.  Haidhk Ashhy  Dan Clark, Agent,  Ditrd December 16th, 11310.  IIUPEUT LAND DISTRICT     ���������  Oiatriot of Ruport,  TAKE NOTIOE that LUlimi Slioppard,  of \ unoouv-rr,1 H, C. marriivl woman in-  tnnilB to apply for pormit.nl.>*.> to pnn-lint-ft  iho followliiK d*Boribod lands;���������Omuion  o \i\t an aj.Oitt, plnntod ut tho snuth  oant  iv nur of 8'Otion 24, Township UI, tht.no'1  north (So ehiiinw,   thenou west 60 ohaiiis,  thoioosouth 80 i-halntt,   iheuon nu.t SO  o'ihIiih In placo of corommouot-iiiuut, von-  taii'iu ((HO aorei, more or Ivsb,  So-ibtdon pi'Bt LS's S,E. ohrner-  Lim.ian -.ijErrAun.  Dan Clurk, Auont,  Dul-ul Dcoerobor VMh, iil.o,  NOl'IOE is lioroliy pivim that on tlie tirbt  day nf Douemhrr next application will hi<  mado to tho Suporintenilmt of Proviouial  I'ollon, Vlolorla, fur tho renewal of the ho-  I-pI IIcpi ������*������ to it-11 liijnom hy n������t.rill In th������  liotnl Itnown it tlt������ Port Augatta hotul. nit  uatui'l at Comox, 1(, C. J. I) U01.Mu,  Dated October 11, 1910.  KOTIOK li hrroby givm that 00 tha first  day ot ihromfoer nest ������ppliuation will he  made to <hA'flnpftrint������n<l������nt of Prnviucial  Police, Vlcttfi-i. ftrthe rtoowal of tK������ no-  tel llo������-nm to Hell Hn_uor* hy r<*tail in tht-  hnUl knn *o u the I������rut ImUl, tit on tod at  Cnni  X, R.'"* tURKMVK M CUVfit.  D.MlOclw. II, 1910.  ������������������IlUPWtT LAND DISTRICT  Dlfitrlctnf Rupt.rt.  TAKE NOTIUK thut t.i-orgo Clrtun La-  rooqno Milh'r, of \ iinoiiiiv.r. 11.0., umijli-  anlual biu inner, into da t������������ apply.(orptrmm  nlon lopu ohiiHo tlio Mlowi irdo-onbtul  landii;���������Uviinmiiiicln nt a p n-l I'ltnticl onu  tndii eiiht of tho 1 orth ������t*n. oornor ot Siet-  ion 18, Tovtmhlp U, thonoo en-it 80 olialo"*,  ho'iotnior h 40 oh bin, tlio* on "tti 8ll  ulmiuH, thonoo  hmitli 40  idi-iimto plnoo  of oonimoiioo'iiunt, contit uli'|{ !t'2() .croit,  mo'e irloHf.  ���������  Hdrilwd on pout OOl.M'ii B\V oor'ifr,  Okoiioh ClIU'UM LAU'ICQUB Mii.j.rh,  D������n Ulurlt, A*.out,  PHtcwl Do-BtmlH-r flflth. 1010 J   UUPKKT LAND DWTUIOT.  ~���������-u������������������ ',  Diftriot ot Ruperf.  TAKI? notinathnt Hnrrv I'ulten  Arehllinltl of Vflneoiwer. II C , en-  uliicer, inloiulH to apply for purmiH  slon to j.urchnpo the foilowinj,' de  ecrihed IttiitlHi���������Oommoneing at  a  tun.'  uli fitfirl A  /���������t>nl������\������i ������,M<.tlt nf li".  M  Loo.on'B southwott corner,  thence  north 40 chain-*, thont-o we-l  40  cha'nn,  thonco  eomh   40 clmim.  thoince eai"t 40 i-haiim to   place  0'  commcnccruent.    couialnin^   I'-'O  aoren, mor or let**  Scribid on p Pt H,P.A.'hH.10. cor  Harry Patckn Aucmi'M.n.  Dan Olu.'k, aj/i-Mt  Dated Dcj   lltb. 10Ui.  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  Tbt (iroat Utorlrvo TonI������, and  only ruin. oM-otuol Monthly  Ho������MlaU)i'on whtnli women ma  dopond, Sold In thrno draro *  of Bt'imjrth-No. t. It l Ko.  0 doffrooD utrontrcr, Xi \ Wo.  nropald on  -.- _. fiw jmniiilil  f6do-n"oo������jtront*������ftViij __....,  for Nnoolat oahohi OS por box-  Bold liy nil drurouitfl. or imc  ropald. on ruoclpt ot prlM.  rVlt*t'i*4*������M4**W'H'4**t*'-i*M''ir,H',H^  o  Tl  0  "0  D  &  (fl  1  <  i  *i  C  ���������������  \i  d  T3  O  o  CD  CO  (A  <D  ���������*.       rt       U  c  c  V)  ������ m*  lfi  </)  ���������   *m*������  a  s  0  u  RUPURT LAND DISTRICT  Dlntrlot of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE that William Wndmhn  Slioppaul, of Vnnoonvor, B. O., oah-  imt linker, intend* tn npply for poriiiin-  mon 11 puroliiiHfi tho following dnxoriut-.d  liiiirUi-Comiiioiioidff nt a p"������l plnnti.-d miu  milu we������t of tin* kouthouc corner <-f Sn:������  tion 'Jt, Totvn*hi|> 21, theueo north Ml  ohi'iim, tlienoo vo������t 80 ohuloH, thiHu.  aou.h 80 ohainH, thoncn oimt 80 dhainn to  placo of aonm.t-ni'omuiit, containing tilt)  uore**, more or 0 e.  Soribod on punt \V W S'u 8 P.. immer,  WiliiIau WahmanSiihpwhi),,  Uh 11 Clark, t.tieut,  Uatod I'oeernher HHh, 1010.  4-f  RUPKRTLANDDl.STlUOT  DJetrlotof Ulipoif.  TAKE NOTICE that William Ko.-.].  riokTftkkor. <������t V.i������it.iiuv-*i I'.C. m-iMifn" ur  en* iiuent, intnnthi to apply fo' iiirmi-BU'it  to purohaia 'hu fullowii������iltHOiibod IiukIh:  i'ounr.fiioin((iit % pott, planted about I  11. lo tint- of tliu noriliwtatconi'r of up-  timi 18 Towiiii ipi), tiKi.oiiiantHDohiiini  t ftiuui hontli 80 tliuliv, UieiC't wwt dO  I'lmloH, lieict uonh 80 oli;������l h 'opjnootif     .-���������     ... . ..>���������-,���������.,,.    CIO   morn or i*'������.  Hori iHt   n ptwt WKTa N.W. curuer,  U'll.l.lAM KkKDIUCK TAflliKR,  iU'iClarh, Asojt.  Dnti-t' 1' <)... Iw 11) h, MUfi,  ���������cni'iuT wm> ntJtnfifv  Iiii.t'iot(f Rufftrt,  TAKK NOTICE tlmt la&holU Monition tt, uf Vutoo-iMr, II. V , ttfra  ol "k. in ulld' to apply fur p������r|i)i������>iioii to  ti.chitufi he folow nu H.HCilh"tl ln.di--  <'iiiiim������liuiriK ������t ������ p ������t p! iitpiin' hoi., rh  ������.������������������ vTi nur nf j-Vi t 1. ,'Vi, 'l>.wilii-i ."-n  the ot* *m������0i fcO o1.. im.,  tho ������������������:  on.   "���������'  i-lii  <"���������,  I'luiht- tin in ���������   nor'.i  P'i  M,'������*������t   Mil ��������� n 1 c, t������t  (li."   ,���������    ,n,i;ir.*  tne t. f������. ttiinl'_rtl|*inc-r*������* !.iu-������5i-' .-,..  Sufib 0 on t������.<-! iM'***"   **.   ntn.i.  lMli* 1.1 A "ilit.'Ht'ii.l.11,  D te.i li>ci-4i.l. r IGiL.   1U10  IHV  4*hl+W hht -W~H**W,-li������V*l4������W. v.. I  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ���������mseyan  SndyCured  ofE  czema  A SHABBY DIGNITARY.  By Cuticura Remedies  "Tho Cuticura treatment has absolutely cured mo and family of oczema  :which I, my wifo anil two-yoar-old  child had for eight months. Itstartcd  "I with Bmall pimples on tho head of my  child which gradually broko" out in  iBorcs, and it was not long before I  i and my wifo got tho samte, Our heads  .woro ono mass of sores, wo could not  ,6lcop and tho itching was terrible.  !Wo Ktiffcrcd for eight months. Wo  [tried different kinds of ointments and  I medicine but it did ua no good and  jsoon it began to break out on our  'bodies until a friend who had tho  samo troublo told mo about Cuticura  jof which I used two Beta of Cuticura  Soap, Cuticura Ointment and Culi-  eura Resolvent, and I was surprised.  [After tho first few days,our,headf)  began to heal and in two months wo  woro absolutely cured of this terrible  eczema,"  (Signed) Eugenic Potthoff,  581 Ralph St., Brooklyn, N.Y.  No stronger cvicienco than this ooutd bo  given of the success and economy of tho  Cuticura Itemedles In the treatment of  torturing, _lsI.RU.in_. humor, of the skin  land scalp, of infants, children and adults,  Bold throughout tho world. Send to Politer Drug <fc Chum. Corp., Boston, U.S. A.,  tor free 32-pago Cuticura book on treat-  ment of skin and scalp litseaaea.  I      i^ IN .UjlCOUVTKIESNV  ���������j Jliticura.  .kipV*'> OINTMENT  r   ' Ir' '���������'_������������������'''      '      ���������.'' ������������������"���������  _   iti*- ���������������'".'��������� i>_ rfH- //-') .>.-i.."i'i--i  ; f ;    \V>-*i..:(������������ ^ v ���������    ���������    . ....  ���������   II.- ../  \ffift't*&uy> f.t������u:* J ������***//  _,*,��������� V\lK' TCN UtiViACMU-ilU!; U _ 1   ���������// . '  * V ^O***.   ���������______* n.cii      _���������"_*���������< .  Sjjtr.ttmHi.(.n'trrc sr-xfr.>"���������  DR. WINTERS  Cures"- nll~*chro"nic'diseai.es7-'Write-  hirn. - His vitltiable   advice   will  cost you nothing,  BOX 216.      NEW YORK CITY.  Waiter (to cook)���������"George, gent in  No. 3 says na hi.**" potatoes ain't good.  Says as they've all got black eyes in  'cm." ������������������    <���������  George���������"Bodnd, thin it's no ���������fault  o'. mine;.-, the .spalpeens must linvc  boon foighting after I put 'cm in the  pot!"   HuU1.1t iiW-pt. coughs, oure������ Mlds, heal*  Ik*  tk.oat and   luugi.  ��������� US oaata.  Perhaps soinn pooplo talk incps.ant-  ly in order'to ���������t'liftguiso the fact that  thoy have nothing'to say.'  Many mother, hnvo ronton to 1>l_.n  Mothor Oravow' Worm Kxtnnninat.or lie-  entiHo it has roliovml tlio litl.lc onos of i  Buffering and made thorn healthy.  "I Raw you kiss ���������Bister last night."  "Did you   bobby?    Hero's  a quarter for you,"  ���������  "Thanks.   And    thon    I  saw   you  hiss the mulrl in tho hall."  "Groat Scott I Hero's five dollars!"  Mlnard's  Liniment  Cures   Distemper  Teacher (ri'iiding)���������"Thtm lhe girl  warrior {need the mocking foe and  unsheathed hor deadly weapon, Whnt  does Unit moan, oliiklren''" "Well,  Tommy?"  "Tli'iiKe ina'nm, I think it moans  alio stuck out hot* tony-iic,"  I  A 50-ccnt bottle of  Scott's Emulsion  given in half-teaspoon  doses four times a clay,  mixed in its bottle, will  last a year-old baby nearly a month, and four bottles over three months,  and will make the baby  strong and well and will  lay the foundation for a  healthy, robust boy or  girl  no* sat* mr at,t, DaucwBTti  Sen*. Hfic, name of (taper awl th'i *i. tor  ���������11 r b������������������llf**l'i*.������'lnf������a������tik������nilClul.l'������StftrK-  Inok. Uaah Weak. ckniUIoa ������Uuo4 i,udt  r������uny,  SCOTT * BOWNK  1M W������nj_M(������B llml, WtMl     Taaamta, Oa*.  Duke of Norfolk It the Wont Dressed  Man In England.  "The worst dressed man in England !" That is what thoy all say of  tho Duko of Norfolk, and yet this  man, tho laughing stock of the tailors, is Hereditary Earl Marshal, and  will be manager of ceremonies at the  coming coronation, as he has been at  all royal funotions for years past.  He will prescribe whore each person shall sit. and what each shall  wear, oven to tho color of the clothes,  tho feathers in the hair, and tha  amount of the decollotnp*e.  All the duke's official duties as  premier peer are associated with  pomp';" and costumo, yet ho posltivolv  glories in his shabbine.s when Of!  duty, and many a talo he tells of  the experiences when his clothoa have  caused him to bo mistaken,,lor whnt  ho is not. From his watch chain  dancles a sixpence which ho proudly  displays as "the first and only money  he ever earned." Being noticed by  a-lady in a railway station, he was  ��������� token for a hard-up porter and burr-  died off to call a cab, Ho gratefully  accepted tho sixpenny bit which was  offered, for that coin gives him an  excuse-to tell the story.  On another occasion in- Rome he  wns tn"kon for one of Cook's men and  had to help; carry an,American's luggage. He hoped for another six-  ponce, but got none, and was mightily-  ���������displeased.;.-..HO has been ordered,  when acting as marshal in his unconventional garb to get out of tho  way of his own carriage,1 and to cap  it all, he was mistaken for the chief  undertaker at Queen Victoria's funeral. ', '.''-���������:.."���������.��������� '���������" '..'���������', -  But when it came to take part in  the greut--"Roman-Catholic procession  in London in 190B, the; duke in nil  his robes of office escorted Cardinal  ���������Vannutelli through the London  stroetsj for he is England's foremost  Roman Catholic peer.. In fact; he is  'sometimes called the unofficial ambassador of the Vatican at the Court  of St. James, and his influence, 'ti3  said, had much to do 'with the  changes in the accession oath.  The duke is one of England's richest men, having an income of $7,500,-  000 from London holdings alone.,-He-  owns 50,000 acres of the fairest country-side in all Great Britain. Arun-  dol Castle, the great feudal estate,  has been improved to the extent of  .flS.OOO.OOO since he has held it���������he  inherited the title at the age of thirteen. The neighborhood was once  the home of Alfred the Great; and the  castle hns been the home of Norfolk's  familv since the Anglo-Saxon days,  long before William the Conqueror's  time.  Norfolk's  title  as  premier   of   the  ���������twenty-eight���������dukes���������dates���������back--to-  1483, the   present   holder   being  tho  fifteenth of the lino.  His other titles are very numerous,  and to them are attached strange  perquisites. As Butler of.England, he'  is entitled to the King's table cloth  and a goblet of. solid gold, As Marshal he could claim the King's palfrey  after the coronation, if palfreys were  fashionable.  Altogether this extraordinary man  has in his sixty-three years played  many parts, for in addition to performing nil his strange duties he has  found time to serve as 0 soldier in  tho -Boer war, and as Postmaster-  General in the British Cabinet.  Carlile's Trombone.  The founder of the Church Army,  Pfrjbohdary Cnrlile, who was recently  roeoived by King George, tolls an  amusing-story about one of the open-  air brass hand processions which  paraded London, headed by Mr. Car-  lilo with a trombone. "Robed in his  stirplico, the prebendary left tho pro-  cossion���������whfch was a'New Year's Evo  parade���������from time to time and entered the numerous public houf-os passed on tho road,. In ono public house  a man soiled the prebondary's trombone and told him ho should have  it back if he would piny 0 tunc, On  his reply tliat he waa too tired, a tall,  clean-shaven man volunteered to play  instead, Calling out, "Hats off, gen.  tlemenl" ho played "God Save tho  King." Tho musician then took Mr.  Cnrlilo's cap and passed it round,  collecting 5s, in 11 vory few moments.  Tlie cap, collection, and trombone  were thon returned to Mr. Cnrlile,  who departed well satisfied to havo  raised something for the Church  Army relief work In this unconvon-  tlonal way.  Surprised the Gorman,  fionernl Sir Reginald Pole-Carew,  who \\m beon returned for Bodmin,  in the recent British elections, relaton  tho following story showing the energy of the British solclior. A Gorman attache In tho South African  war was amaitod at tho spectacle ot  tho British soldiers after a fight staggering into camp, hut rushing instantly after a football whloh waa  thrown on tho veldt. Tho Gonnnn  attache said to tho genornl, "Well,  ynu are tho most extraordinary poo-  "pie in the wholo civilized world. I  hnvo been with your men nil day. I  know what thoy have done, I know  they have had nothing to oat or  drink, and T know of no other troops  In   thn world   that  would not  hava  Vr>f>n Mt'1** down nileep     Tf we could  do this wo could conquer the world I"  BUY  DRILLS  NUISANCE OF OIL CAN ELIMINATED-ALL BEARINGS HAVE COMPRESSION GREASE CUP.  "Now, be careful, sir, in your ans-  wer, and remember you are upon  oath," said tho cross-examining counsel, who was trying nil he knew' to  confuse the witness. "You swear that  at that particular dinner tho defend-  ant was under tho influence of alco-  hoi." ,   *  "I don't do nothink 0' tho'kind,"  responded tho witness, quickly. " 'E  wom't under anything except the  tnblo when I seo 'nn, and that I stick  to!"'  '-... .   . ������������������ -  IMPOVERISHED BLOOD  A Common and Dangerous  Trouble���������You Must Enrich the Blood to  Escape Danger  Anaemia is simply a lack.of blood.  It is .one of tho most cemmon and at  tho samo timo most dangerous diseases with which growing girls suffer.  It is common' because the blood so  often. becomes impoverished during  development, when girls are too frequently allowed to over-study, overwork and suffer from a lack of exercise. It is dangerous bectuise of the  ste&lthincss' of its approach, often  being well developed before its, presence is recognized, and because of its  tendency to grow so steadily worse,  if, not promptly checked,,that it may  run-into consumption.  The value of the" tonic treatment  with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills should  , be known to every, niothor iri the  land. These Pills make new, rich  blood, tone tho organs and nerves,  bring.-.a glow of ������������������.health1' to pale, sallow cheeks, and 'drive'-'away.;-'"the  weakness, headaches, faihtness, heart,  palpitation and loss of energy" so noticeable " in young girls who are suffering from anaemia. To all such  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are an actual life saver! Miss Mabel McTav-  ish, Prince Albert, Sask., says: "In  my case I can only say that life had  lost its magic; all work was a. trial,  and even pleasure only a task.' When  I went; up a flight of stairs I "Was  ready {0 drop from sheer weakness,  and I had begun to think life would  he a continual burden. But all this  is now changed, thanks to Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. These were recommended to me, nnd after taking  them for about a month I found my  health renewed. I could sleep better, my appetite returned, and I was  jio strong and well that housework  was_ndJ16ng"er���������n"'lrurden""t6���������me. My  sister seemed to be going the' same  way Inst summer and Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills were nt once sent for and  two boxes made her as well- as over.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are now the  prized, medicine in our home, and  doctor bills have been fewer since, we  discovered 'tho virtues of. this great  medicino," ' : ���������''- --  Sold by till medicine,, dealers or  sent by mail at 50-cents a box or  six boxes for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont,  "Ho   was  it  her "very best young  man," and she was_ doing all she  could to encourage him,  "Did you know," he nsked, "that J  passed your house last evening?"  "Of course. T did." she answered,  promptly.,,' "Did you think I wouldn't  know your step?"  And tho young man grew' thoughtful nnd grave, for ho had passed in  a cab,       T  His Failure  "I did hope for an nrtitstio earner,'*  (���������aid tho dtsappointed-lfioking I'nnn,  "but I met with difficulties I could  i.ot conquer. What I needed wns atmosphere."  "I see; tho same old trouble. What  were you���������an author o!- a painter i-"  "Neither; 1 was learning to piny  the trombone, but I was naturally  short of breath."  CURED IN ONE MONTH  If every woman, who has Kidney  or Bladder trouble, could go to Davis-  villo, Ont., and talk to Mrs. A. Simpson, thoy would, do just as she. did���������  "take Gin Pills and euro themselves,  "For 14 or 1ft years 1 had Kidney or  Bladder trouble, suffering at. times intense pain. I doctored continually  but nothing gave me permanent relief  until I was persuaded to try Gin  Pills.  " Within a couple of days I received great relief, and after taking one  box was completely cured."  Mrs, A. Simpson.  Write Nntional Drug and Chemical  Co,, (Dopt.- N.U.), Toronto, for free  sample. 50 cents a box, 6 boxes for  $2.50 at all dealers. 141  You hardly ever.know why you like  people; you always know why you  don't.  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for the signature of E. W.  GROVE. Used the World over to  Cure a Cold in One Day.   25c.  .-Whon, a woman wants to get out  and do things for tho world it's a sign  there's a lot more to do at home.  WHEN IT C0ME8 TO  PAPER BAGS and  MATCHES  W������ ������r������   *v.rywh������r������ with tha   itundard good*.  Paper and  Match** ara aur apacialtiat.    Lat ua  knaw vaur wanta���������-we'll da tha rait.  TheE.B.EddyCo.Ltd  HULL, CANADA &  TIES 4V PEr-taSK, LIMITED, Atanta, Winnipeg, Oalgary, Edmonton.  Raglna, Fart William and Pert Arthur.  The Bowels Must Act HanUhlly.���������In most,  ailments tho first cam of tho modirial  roan ia to seo that tho bowels aro opon  and fully povformlng thoir funotions.  Parmolce*. Vegetable Pills are no compounded that certain ingredients in them  act on the bowol. solely and they aro tho  very best medicine available to- produco  healthy action of the bowels. Indeed,  there is no other speclflo so serviceable  in keeping the digestive'orpans in healthful action  Oh! that mine eyes might closed bo  To" what concerns me not to see;       *  That deafness might possess mine ear  To what concerns me not to hear;  That truth my tongue might always  tie  From over speaking foolishly.  ���������Thomas Elwood���������1G30.  ���������Deafness-Gannot-BeCured ���������,  by local applications, m they cannot rench ths dl**-  eiutctl portion ot tho cur. There to only out wny to  cure de.lnofl., and that L. by constitutional remedies.  Doatncisa Is caused liy an Infltiiifd condition ot the  mucous Uulnir. o( tho EusUclilMi Tube. Wbrm this  tube Is IntlnmoU you have a rumblln* lound or Imperfect hearing, and when It la entirely closed, Dent-  neKi la tho result, and "unlaw tin Inflammation eaa be  taken out and tlila tube restored to lt������ normal condition, hearing will be dratroyeil forever: nine caaee  ..out ot ton are caused by CaUrrh, whloh la nothing  -but an Inflamed condition ot tho mucous aurfuoM.  We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case ot  Deafness .caused by oatarrh) that cannot be cured  by llall'i CeUrrh Cure, Send lor circulars, free.  , F. J, CHUNKY * CO., Toledo, O.  Sold by DruMlsts, IK.  Tike Hall's JTaallr Pills lor MMtlMtlti.  Many pooplo have receding gums.  Rub Hnmlins Wizard Oil on ^gums  and stop tho decay; chase the disease  germs-with, a mouth wash of a fow  drops to a spoonful of water.   ���������  Representative Nyo, of Minnesota,  has much of the wit of his lamented  brother, Bill Nye. Himself a lawyer,  "Representative Nye snld at a lawyer's  banquet/  it.  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Minard's   Liniment  Cure   Diphtheria,  Tt takes a tailor-made woman to  make a. ���������self-miido man look like n  last year's bird's nest,  Try doubling ' your   own   joy by  h*Alving"~an-othet'_r"sorrow. >   A man enjoys comfort much more  than righteousness.  Shildfo Cure  MloJUr ���������top* eougtia, aaaaa aoUa. kMto  m* tkru������t*ad Inaaa, *   *  ��������� U aaata,  . There's  always room ot the top--  nnd still moro at the bottom.  Self-control runs    the  well as the best race.  quickest us  The Rayo Lamp Is a rllprh grade lamp, sold at a low price.  There are lamps th-tt oo������t more, out there is no better lamp made at any  prim., flnnitraotert ot inlM braiil nl(*kel plated-easlly kept clean; a������  onitmetit tn My room In anyhou.e, There li nothlni known to the art  n( lMii|)-rai*.VIn������-that can add to the ra've of the RA.YO Lamp MallKht-  irlvltiK rievtoe, KvtirT dealer erarywhere. It not at yours,'write forde-  soriptlye olroiiUr to the nearest atrennv of  The Imperial Oil Company, Limited.  Studied In Treo-Topi.  Dr. Jlyle, who hiut uiv<-ii tip tho  BiHhoprie of Winchoster, worth $30,-  01)0 11 your, to bncoinn Dcnii of Wo.t-  ���������llHISUif   ill   H.   hrtii4l;j   Ml   .fiJy.iXw,    in    A  fino t'xnmplo qf murtcular Clirifitian-  ity. When at Eton lie became fain.  mis m iv runner and jumper, nnd today finds chief recreation in walking,  tonnis-pliiyfinR, and iiiouiitnineorlnK.  As 11 boy, too, lie wan very fond of  (.llrnhiri'. trfo*. and was often daring  <*nou������li to rend hi������ book* while sent.  m] in tin* tfiiiinost hrnnchM. Ono dny  he fell down from on<* of Uiece oyritw,  nnil would havo bocn killed hud it  not tiotir. for ft cushioned sent at tha  foot of tho tree, whioh, broke bin fnll.  A qunint hobby of   his   is  colloctlfaff  Krtrntti.    ftf   Krwrnurt,   tho   famotut  iteli scholar, ol which ho ia balioved  Mark Twnin's Fnko Speech  "Amona tlie many pranks of Mark  Twnin'r" journiiHsto (lays," said 11 Virginia city editor, "wns the concoction  of n spoeeh thnt was put upon a fnnw  oils .eniitor, Thn Hoiintor linti iitu-iiii-  ed ii Vhjjiiiiii City )-..*i.(U. t. )������������������������! 3)!i(l  not fipok'en, .lie had n Hon- throat, A  lirothnr from a rival paper vouched  the banquet, late, 'What did the senator spook-about?' tlie newcomer whin.-  rit-rod to Mark Twain. 'He made a  very jntoreHliiiK speeeu 011 tut' piruiii.,'  was   tho   reply.    'The   pntnto,   elip  Thinking of Building a Silo ?  Better Build it  of Concrete  THH ooniitruotlor- of a Silo affordi  an excellent oxtvmplo of what tho  fa.marican do with Ooncroto���������-  and of tho ������uperlorlty of Conoroto sovor  nil  other material for varlouu structural  work ahout tho farm.  The usual wooden alio, bofildon belnir oxpartBlvo, Is far  from sattHfactory. In thn first place, it does not endure;  and, moro Important atlll���������being far from woathor-proof  -���������Ub oontontu bocomo water-loRBtod���������produqlna; an unoan-  Uary condition.  A Bllo built of Concrete, on tha othor hand, Ie  practically t*v**rl*tt.tlt*p*���������It 1������i*-proof nirnlnut heat, ooltl  nnd mnlnturo���������-and It hai tho merit of oomparatlvo  economy.  Let's have the  points,  'With pleiiMin*".' said Mark  rhiit'i"  odd  will you?  Twain, nnd lie dictated a half column  that the reporter duly printed tho  next mornitifr as tho diHtiiiRtiisliod  -.enalor'ft valuable eontrihution *o  nuriculturnl ncionoe. The speech be-  ^'iin like thin* 'I.ndies and centlemen,  had it been my lot, to be born and  reared in Ireland, where my food  would have prineijmlly eoncisted of  tlie potato���������that mo*-| nnlubriotts and  nutritioun root���������T "should now ho. instead of the poor, infirm, (ttunlM cren-  furo you iwn before you, a tall, Hlout  W. N. U., No. 053.  to hnv" n trreat*. number than tHflalMfl������io man, able to carry nn enonn  other mun living. \ om wcfgi,t."  "What tho farmer Can Do  With Concrete."  Tllli you how to uia Concrete In conitrtictln*  Hitch I n_   Poiti  Hone Dlookt  Derm  Oliterni  Dulrlet  Dlpplno T������nk������  Founclatlana  ������f������noe Poiti  r.edlna Ploore  Quttera  Hani' Neiti  Houeei  Poultry Houtai  rtnot Cellars  SI16b  Shelter Willi  Sublet  Stain  tBtalla  Btepi  Tanks  Troiiflria  Walka  Well Ctirba  etc., etc., ate.  I  Canada Cement Co. Limit.*.  51-GO National Dank Duildln., Montreal.  This economy feature is further explained In our froo book���������"K'hat the l\vmtr  Can Jio WW! Concrete,"���������which tolls how to  mlx-ind use Done-rat. for the mu.kini{ ui  alio, and other bulldlnga on tho  ���������farm. jW Vou may  Rend me a  copy of book  entitled "Whatthe  Farmer Can Do With  _m_mt^mm .  a'. .    ,-    ������. ���������     V.     . 1.  .���������������       .'   \ ���������" -��������� ,,-���������, _ _   i      '.   -     , i'    ,��������� .       '-",,'     . *-      ���������   >/���������  '   ..   ������ -...-.   ,- , ���������   , ,  ,* 1 y'   ���������        -      .   '���������    " -    ' **'   i v.' ,*'������������������''. **. r '--"-'.,',   , ,"'   ' 'i,y ���������  .- . /  ',   i  ft  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  UNCHEON  factory service Is the obligation of  'tips.' I do not wish to revive this oft-  fbught-over subject, but a business man  is up against tills proposition where the  oflteo boy ana saleswoman nro not. Thoy  need not 'tip.' I must! Our mere man  must calculate for this tax upon his already llBhlcned purse. With, for instance, 50 cents In his pocket for a  luncheon, he must restrict himself to 40  cent-.' worth. Without the tipping process he will bo blacklisted nnd 'cuts' and  service will be.correspondingly Inferior,  "So lot the poor moro mnn have a wee  corner ln ycur department in which to  nir his grievance. We don't honr much  growling over It, but I doubt If there nro  many men wllh limited (and non-elastic) incomes who ore not groaning inwardly under the burden.  ��������� "ONE OF THEM (New York city),"  A straightforward, unvarnished story  that carrie. conviction with the telling.  Since receiving the letter I huve made it  my business to consult other men who  lunch "downtown" ns to tho conditions  herein described. As a recult of my Inquiries I Incline to the belief ihtit our  correspondent hns tntlier understated his  grievance than magnllled it. One newspaper man with u fairly good Income  tells me that to avoid the extortion of  the proprietors and waiters ln tho restaurant run In llashjl style In the top  story of his 'skyscraper" ho brings from  home dully a sandwich box disguised  under the binding of a book. This,  nt tapped together with MSS. and newspapers, attrncts no attention. Ho slips  It Into his desk upon arriving at the office. When the pangs of falntness or  hunger remind him that he ought to  bronk lits fast he sends an office boy  upstairs for a cup of coffee, and eats  and drinks from tho left hand while tho  right Is busy with pencil or pen.  "Iniciultou*. dd you say?" he said at  my exclamation. "Of. course, I have  dyspepsia! Equally, of course, no Christian human being should live ln such.a  higgledy-piggledy fashion. If you knew  whnt 1 would huve to endure from high  one hands the civil waiter w.io helps  bim on with his overcoat and holds his  hat "tuppence*--*that Is, . cents1.���������and  gets a hearty 'Thank you, sir!'  "An Amerlcn'n.wnlter would not accept  the tuppence, much less thank his vlo-  tlm for It. I told you, didn't I, that  one nt one of-these 'dairy' places told a  friend of mine who offered a nickel tip,  'Better keep It for your carfare!' There  Is a pretty llctlon to tho effect that 10  per cent upon tho amount paid for a  customer's order is regarded by the,  average waller as 'ihe right thing,' Not  liberal, you understand, but not to be  kicked against. The customer is likely  to gel tough meat arid cold vegetables  next time he Vomes. But there Is no  open complaint. In fact, not one of ua  dares to give less than 10 cents If he  has ordered even 25 cents' worth o������  so-called 'lood.' 1 know a fellow who  lunches dally upon oatmeal porridge and  ' milk���������not cream. It was he who insulted tho wnlter with the nickel, by the  "-Of course I have dyspepsia  i ������~  tey������\  *)UIt editorial comments upon i  the expressed need of warm,  nourishing luncheons for the  day laborer hi shop and Held, the  office boy, school children and the  business woman , are fair and Just.  Why not Include- the 'mere man's'  wants in this direction*.  "Symposia upon tlio high cost of  living are, apparently confined to the  effect of this upon the housemother.  ' There Is a phase of this high prices "  proposition which, for some roason,  has been overlooked In statistics and  discussion of ways and ��������� means,  namely, the cost of the business  man's luncheon today as compared  with the price of the sahie food, a  few years ago. I grant* that the office  boy and tho girl behind- the counter   have their-grlevances-ln-thls-respect.���������  Y,ou can't kill a hog if you haven't  got a hog. Ergo, you can't buy a  good hot luncheon without the necessary funds.  "Man, In his mission ln life of pro-,  vidlng'fbr the temporal needs of his  family, has'to look into the luncheon  ijuestlon narrowly, since salaries  have not advanced ln proportion to  the upward flight of prices demanded  for articles, requisite for daily living.  This fact affects hlrn In his luncheon  allowance, too, perhaps to a greater  extent than If net. upon the classes.  Just mentioned.  "In illustration, I give below one  enmplo of the working of these conditions, which is by no means exceptional:  "A few yours ago it was quite pos-  tiiblo, nnd Indeed customary, for me  to get a good luncheon, consisting of  ronst boof, mutton or voal, with potatoes, bread and butter, for 15 or 20'  cents, coffee or ton for 5 cents, und  a dessert of. pie, olnlrs or charlotte  I'usse for fi more, making u tolnl for  lunchoons of from 2ti to DO cents por  day.  "This at a restaurant that is hot  ���������bwoII,' but clean .and rospootable jind  patronized by a good class of pooplo.  ���������'Figuring.itipon, this  bttslH, a man  -"^Better^keep-it-fof-your~car������are.Li.  could allow for his weekly luncheons  $1.50 or $2. Conditions have changed  sadly'. Consider the cost of the same  luncheon today. Itoast, 40 to B0 cents  a portion; coffee, 10 cents; sweets of  any kind, 10 cents-or 00 to 70 cents'  for the meal,  "Weekly allowances for the luncheons of our more man, therefore,  must average from '"���������1.50 to $5, compared with our former estimate of  $1,50 or at the most $2 per week, an  Increase of 300 per cent, . This does  not lnoludo soups, which woro formerly 5, 10 or 15 centB. Today, for  the same urtlclo, wo are charged from  .5 to 30. cents, Nor do I include  salads and 'entrees, both of which  havo advanced In price in llko proportion. Good clam chowder used to  cost lfi cents a portion, Now it is 25,  Therefore tho hot, nourishing HOtips  you rouoinniond as a noonday meal  for the hungry schoolboy und tlio  tired saleswoman aro barrod out for  tho business man, who must cut nm  coat according to IiIb cloth,  "Another condition which tho buslnosH  man must face In order to socuro biUIh-  ������������������Ho pays a quarter for oatmeal  and milk,"  rates of living and mlsornble pervlcc,  you might be more charitable. What we  want'In til. country Is the comfortable  chophou.e In which tin* Londoner takes  his midday meal at u price that would  horrify tlie keeper ol .the cheapest resin urunt upon a side alley In tills city,  chop or .. cut from the Joint, n bnked  potato and a half pint of 'bit tor' or a  cup of coffee may bo enjoyed In a quipt  corner over there lor what 1 pay hero  for tho meat alone. This, with plenty  of bread nntl "butter and a bit of pudding thrown In, If one wants It.   Then  way. He pays a quarter for the beastly  mess and 'tips the supercilious fellow  who sets It on fche table a dime,  "I am savnaely hungry by night. Then  I nil up too fast and heavily, At least;  Hint Is whnt my wife and tho ilor-ior  loll mo, All the same, 1 save an hour's  tlmo and 50 centH a 'day by eallng my  sandwich and drinking my roffce at my  desk. Threo dollar, a week makes a  clean sum of $15. u year, to Hiiy nothing  of tho'.gain in quiet and time. 'Something wrong In our bu.liifi.iH men's  luncheon   system,'' you   sny?    It's   nil  Iv' ,;  wrong!   But whnt nre you going to d*.  about .tV"  If I pass the question on, to our  constituency, It Is with feeble hope of  getting a satisfactory answer.  Yet that the "wrong" Is monstrous 19  patent lo the dullest comprehension, In  a .scries of papers upon the Increased  cost of living, published nearly a year  ago, l staled, upon tho authority "of our  ablest political und domestic statisticians, that tho prices of household  commodities, Including clothing, In those  "United Slates aro'now 52 per cent moro  than thoy were live years a-jo. And,  according to the dispassionate testimony  of our business mun, he pays 100 per  cent more for his restaurant luncheon  today than then.  Are we Americans, then, the most  amiable and long-sufferJng or tho lustiest  people in the world? Or Is It cowardice  thut holds us buck from resenting Iniquitous Imposition thut Is runk robbery?  If, to the casual reader of our Common Sense ln the Homo page, I seoni  to, lay too much .stress upon the Importance of luncheons to the classes  who   cannot   get   these   In'  their   own  homes, be It remembered that to tha  vast majority,of humankind the midday  meal Is the most important of the three  or four eaten during tho twenty-tour  hours, It is the halfway house in which  tho emptied stomuch- would collect fuel  for carrying on the InborB of tho day  to a close. Dlgestlvo. muscular ana  nervous forces have been steadily at  ' work for from six to .elglit hours.  Nnture de.'_.nds a halt for refreshment.  The bruin, as,the engineer; thenervous  Bystem, as conductor; the digestive or-  guns, as ".he stoker, concur ln the demand.  The whole of tho machinery should b'o  examined and made ready for .what remains "of the journey.  In view of these important fu.ts,. can  we insist too strongly upon the duty of  curing .conscientiously and with common  -prudence-for��������� the-exqu'fBlte��������� machinery-  committed to ench of us? Or resist too  steadily the greed nnd avarice which  hinder "he fulfillment o*. r,he obligation*  ^   dhvuru* Hadatid*  Null u wooden box to tlio outer sill of  j't.ur imnliy window; lit shelve* In It; tack  n pie.e'of .loth nt the buck to keep nut the-  tmuw. You may keep butter, milk und  men!* in ,tlilR, und you need no Ice during  the enlil wenthui-, '.  PI.-iiho Inform me how to make iiaiisiigo  cnnily nnd Muerkruut cnnily.  II. H. (Cl)lcnno),  Tho query anont candy is referred. I  have a hazy idea that "sausage" and  "Buuorkraut" refer to tho shape of tho  confectionery, rather than to the .composition.  Tho window Icebox Is an Idea tlmt has  been utilized successfully In numerous  city Hat's. If you will surround the oblong box with fine wire netting and  make a sloping top to turn tho rain,  covering It with linoleum of- a pretty  I'.attt-ni, tlio outdoor refrigerator Is not  unsightly, and the free passage of tho  air 'through tlie netting keeps meats  uwcot and butter lirm, A contrlvanco  of this kind may be attached to another  rear window and used as a fruit safe, If  the baskets and boxes containing tho  fruit are covered cloftly with'a*blanket  or heavy felt, there is no danger- of  freezing even In Intensely cold wonthor,  ���������.specially If the wt.idow be left open at  nlglil that tho heated air from within  mnv iPi-nper Iho frost.   It Is hardly moro  IMPORTANT NOTICE  Jrj    number  of   the   ���������uormoui  of ItXter-- lent to  . the Kwohnnge, 1 must ask  contributors to limit their communications to 100 words, except  in eases of formulas or reo'pM  whloh require greater apace: I  want all mg correspondents to  haiiti o ���������BOUIOI0 In tha Gorntr.  and if mg request <n this retpeei  it compiled wUh It will be possible to t*r(n** maiiy mor# lettirt.  up and down tho splno of tho patient,  Tlio effect is soothing nnd the roDlno'ii.'  properties'brought out by friction (with  perhaps a gontlo olootiio current) havo  u HOJiBlblo effect In relieving tlio Irritation of lungs and bronchial tubes, As  our wIho men of healing observe, experience In certain muttoivi Ih moro  trustworthy than theory, even whon  based upon professional opinion,'  M"  Amber for Goiter  T  ATTENTION ha* boon  onl.od  to  tliu itory iirlntiid In tho J.xchiinge  of tlio euro of iv goiter by wearing  ft Hiring of Minbor bond*, , . _   ,  Aa n"pliy������loliin of long tumor nnoo, 1 fool  coiilltlonl (Imt tlio iiinbbr did tho work. ,1  imvo iiilvlHOd thi' wearing of, such, bt-uds  in numerous cn������e������ of wnultlvo throati,  whoro hoaruunoH-t waii, likely to occur, and  Ini'iimntloni' Am hor. ** vory muni itlvc to  t'lODtrlonl condition*-, bot'h. In ahuorbliiK nnd  <browing off Mio minio. I nm ^ittjjrmt  a ntiiiiK of tio lieuOi. woul'l ho bonpflnlal In  mniiy onBcn, 1 nm Ill.nwlim .tiro tlmt thoy  could, in no caw, produco nny deleterious  "tn "the tmrllor iuto of >e<llclno .It, was  ���������urmoioil tlmt atnhur, nilinlnU "'"  "nnH" ">n imnr.fliil.t 1 nm cm  it iin* no merit, tuKim micu-nuiiy, , , .  . vei-vft In miv Mint n rmilni'lty nf *iliv������l������  ulnnti itlvo littlo ,'|iiu" and. tliuuiclit .to���������,Uit>  Study of mii'li BVltlonrti* of iK'nlln.. with  me, tlio oxnerlonflo Kalnetl1frorn ujmnrlmcmt  in worth moro than all tho hooklor. pub-  il-_hi.il.  Comfort for Working, Women  "���������*" ��������� it -'-���������- *    .......  fl'  Knowing ymi tako ii doon  ntorost  n I in  lAlng 1n.iliii.niM* of (ivorWlnv llfo of iho  onilunt iqiiin their  want to toll you  r In ii liii'iio Hlurti  ,  <l boon employed  Mix yonr*. nml ilurlnn Hint limn xyn  invo.litjt'n ij* woll.tni'Pd for n������ nny court  npll/iliiR Iniluonuo of (ivorWlnv   Ifo of   ii  workliiB ulrl* who, nro rtoiiondimt uimn tlmi  lnbnr for a llvlnB, t wnnt to toll y������  own   nr  inw woll wo ore carptV for In "a irtrii.''"Hl*iifii'  n Hlolminnrt, Vn,'I hnvo liooa ompnyort  loro for Mix yonr*. ruirt durl  invo htjtn ii* well enrort ft..  ... ,  pn������������lli|y ho In nny bim no** lioiuto.  Wo, hnvo n co**y roiironm, whoro wo oan  ....  ��������� ���������   flm  our own lmnioH,   t*  largo nxmlnHlor ru  ,..-, , luoniy of 1'imy rooking -   holmornil uivl. fooilior-opvorod oiingo*, tnlilo������  ���������pop.rt oin* noon hniir wl'tii "iiH niii'olijilimHiiro  b In *������������������"-        " *  ....      , with inrgo nxmlnHlor nm*,  wo havo, plonty. of ouny rooklpg eliiilr*. un-  Th  n* If wo, woro,In our own linnio*,   Thn llnnr  I* t'ui|ii"tod with Inrgo nxmlnHlor rug*, iind  g mora thnn .100  n iummcrtl.ni wo  "hiliiiliilitefeiJl  ...-.-..  V nm cmivlncpil Hint  llll.or-  provlinil  with  t'litorlnlnlng gnmo������,  nnd  tplonrtld  lltirnry aontalnthr   *  yoluineaof good book*, Tr  hnvo colling fnn* to mnlti  tliown Ih nm niinipi vply pii.u'reil und hinig  with picture*, Ailjolnlim (iwi restniom In a  lunuliranin for omplnyei, whero good, w inlo-  uumo foot! I" i|"vmli rnnlcoil In u imnlliiry  and t.ne luncho* nro furnlHhi'd to  , Adjoining tlio roit.  lit un nuKM-iron.'1' linH.  klichon  tlio girl  girl* at tirlmo cn������i  n nn Itio nllinf nl.1o  Por oxnrnplt", I hnvo hnd m-t������ nmo whorit  io  wonrlng  of, nmhor  bontl*   iioiniili'loly  ir������d olirnnlo enlnrgemont of.tho tonitlla.  tlcnnlno nmhor liemlti nro Hither t>������iipnnlvft.  ���������Tlll'.rilffll'K,   lllt'l'tl   ITH   101*   l)t   >i|IU* HtllH  guild*  ���������nln"~     .76.   would   u-i  ���������hou df.  _n   tho  ihnrktit  iiMumingito lj*  Wlin-oovor   would   timo   tlio*o   linliatloni-  Ktinulno.  Ital  lionllh  . inolnio my name nnd niMr.Ki iiinuld  you doilro nny Information I con givo o*i  flit* nr oUmr nuIi cc m.      _._,,_       ������  I   wrlto  In   thn  intere������t  of  truth   m.l  't?.' A. ������.i M, a (Hlmlniwt, Cnl.).  Tlioro l������t no n.iinck������ry in the nimimp-  tlon that timber ban curntlva proportloa  ���������whon applied oxternallv. A HpoHflo for  ���������whooping coukIi, ncknowtedKed liy the  owdlcul profciwilop, ii amber oil rubbed  pltul I'tKiin iirovl. ml with n liwl, nlwiiy* \w\n  In rnnrtltiPHM for miv omnrt-eni'V noon', I horn  uiu ilu' iii'i'i'iwitry U)ijiliui|utii tur Hit- nkK,  Thoro I* n modloln* Minm nnd n roller ohnlr  to tnko nny nm. from tho iloor tu tlm iiioin,  iVii nlmrlmvo inrkni* for tho lull* nml Wiup*  or t'ttt-h Hjrl.t'iu-h.lmvlim lii-r own koy to  tor loelior. Wo nl������n hnvo n *toro nnriitr  onllod'Monthly Itt'cord, liuhllHhod by nnd fi'.r  tho employe*, thu oxiit-n������n of whloh It  homo hv tho rtrm; nnd nil tho omiilnyt'* eon-  llll.Ulii lO.tnt* Ur.oiil, l(i>WIUK U il HHtlnliU  (iiiluoni.0 liiour *tiiro llfo,     _        ...  I am winding you a copy of tho n������������ortt.  ��������� Htsis for your������oif how w������ nil  thnt ynu mny  co-operate Ir ~  and iiruiltii'  co-opdiati. In making our itnro llfo |ilon*nnt  ���������, ������������������"'nbli*.  AOr.f.T'l A. miohmontl, Vn.).  Tlio forcKohiB InteroHtliiB loiter Is a  plon.unt (il.net to tho hiiiI story told by  a Now York ������hop������lrl n wook or two  nffo. rt I* n .rmtiilnn dollirhl- lo rend  tlio report of the ItitolllKont omployo  who voltinteon te������tlmony to tho caro  tnlcn by tlif- hondn of Iho honso to  uuard the health of women and to ne-  curo for them an many of tho comfort.  of homo ub  nro  computlblo  with tlio  lion-roaidonco under tho pnrontnl roof.  know her necount to bo true to the  letter, Yer I aiitlclpaio cavils and  doubts of Its 'authenticity. The vory  ���������lit' Ih thick with dUoontont Just now.  The feud between capital and labor waa  novor llorcor, and salaried- mon and  woiumi will not bo loft out of the (IkIU.  Our Pninlllar Talk with reader*,  which boat Is tills iia.o has lo do with  Iho provitlllim dlHsatlsfactlon, It In  from tint pon of a practical, ciiol-lioiulml  bii������lnonfl mun, and may not bo lightly  dl.mlHHud from our consideration, r  repeat that.the lnttor of our hiiHlnoHu  Klrl In rpfniHliliiK, Wo hociii to k"1 a  brief lull In tho Htorin, and to catch  ���������umtphoH of tho Blnalnir of birds and  nthor poacofiil ������ound������ from the slinro  veiled hi fogs.  JtiHtlco and K-cnoroNlty are not yot ox-.  polled from thin world of ours, And  tlio oxcrolso of Rrntoful approbation Ih  not yot ono of tlio lo*t virtues,  A Mildewed Shirtwaist  Kindly print In noxt Hunrtny'ii ikkiiii  the formula for removing ml blow fi'nn  a   whlto  Khlrtwnlflt.  Mr*. M, Mof������ (Now York oltyb  It Im novor pn.otlcnl.lo to publish nn  nnswor to any query in "noxt Biinday'n  l.wm.ft." Hv thn tlmo tho raniioHt ronclmn  my hand, the noxt ihhuo will ha In prim  "I tell ynu now whnt to do for the m'.-  dowoil iinriniiiit, If you havo thrown It  away as irruparablo, (bis will gorvo ror  tlio noxt mliiailvonttiro of like natiiro,  YVhllu lotindrcHNcii uro t-arelcsH, mildew  nnd Iron runt will not ccrino fiwin Iho  laundry and home,  Boalt tlio wiilHtnll night In loupcrod.  .;.'.'.'... Next <J.-.> ii'iLku i.: \.v)M vi.Uvi .i.'.-l  lay, while tliimp, In thn huh, Leave It  thero nil day. wotting- hourly with inmon  juice, Rhotild the H|mts li-i hiIII faintly  vlHlhln nftor rlnslnu In topld water tbat  ovonlm., trout thn nbdtirnto bloinlHlios  to a Hccond all-night balli in loppornd or  Inittormllk, Koxt tiny rlnso and do up  an tiHiinl, 1 hnvo removed old Indollblo  Ink hIiiImh hy till* procegH, The mild  at-.ld dues not .rot tins I'uc.t thinudtt,  Latent Tuberculosis  I nm * Miffnrer from whnt doctor*, who  hnvo .xunilnml my lung* nt varluii* tlmi'*,  pronoiinoo tu ho "Intent nibornuloi-l*."  _ny ono of thi'Ho hihhIuIIiIh i wiih m'M to  Snrnnno   i.nkn,   N,   Y,     iiv   run ing   tlio  nt nr thu dav in ii i  ...   ..,,. ..,.on nir,  .  pf.milk nniWtnlilnir, raw.oggH,  up. and I it III'follow dlri **  followed thoso for miiro tha:  groator imrt of thii day In u rooking clinlr  1-1 tlio opon nir. rtrlnklng grout miiititltlnii  Jij. und I  'ollowod th  thnt tlmo   i  j.nij iiwil I'uVf.way iiii'iiiiilro������.  up., iiriij T'"������tiil''fbllow''drro*ji'|on*,Wni lin'vn  r������ than a yonr.  Up to  ������       .-...., . i'il  hnirwuy  nii'iimlre*.  J, ������nJ���������{w.dly dlRonuragod ihnt my heultli I*  not fully rontoriHl. Thu Hnrnnnc I^ilio doctor kept nm llii'i'it hut livo wtnltH, *uylng,  I'L'i1!* ontl, of Hint tlinti. llieiv wim no  bimont, lo.lm iltirlvwl from that clliniito  whon tho "triniblo I* intmii."  . .(.'.nn iv'"'* Kl"* m*" n,,y louHon to ImiMi for  ultimata wioovoryT. llnvn you or any of  ho uoriiorltp* ovor known nf any one *iml-  Inrly BftootedT      .��������� .    .  Mr*. H. ������, a, (Norfolk, Vn,),  T hnvo known of nl liuiHt four ciisnn  prooliioly llko ypiim, ��������� nml  name which  wore much more dlHcouriiKliTir, nil of  which wero cured,  . HiivInK boon mysolf given up <nn hopo-  lCHHly 111 with ttiborculcwlH thirty yours  nifo, living: iindor Bontniico of douiii for  ���������many month*, I am qualiilml to suy to  you; Via not allow yourself to despair!  Livo In the open air, cat iionrl.hhiK  food, batho tho ohost and throat ami  1 nolwoon tlio Hhoiildorg freely with grnln  .ulcoliol every morning after your buth.  practice .tloop breathiiiK, get plonly of  Hloiip, drink nil tho mlllc you can digest  and tnko rogulnrly, nliiht und mornltiK,  jjontlo cnllHthonlc nxorolHog, If you  could f.o abroad ami ^..si.!, .������;, 1 did,  two  yonrg  In   Italy  and  Rwlt*.orlitnd-  "JIvllIK 111  til.- (;|������;ll  ,i||- ||l������*ft uf tln.< day -  T boilnvn you would In time bn n well  and strong woman, My inalmly wni  not "hitont." but ho active that tho  apex of tho right Junir had (.lowly di*.  iilogrntod, That wn������ -what six doolorg  In America and two mhrnnil tnhl ton,  tTlvlntr mo tbroo roontlv. of llfo "In Iho  uiiihi   favorahln clrcimiHtaiiifH,"  Jhat wn������ rrmro than a iiuartor century ago, and today I am tbo nrnst  robUHt woman of my age I over knew,  , CunHclenco nnd hum<itilty urgn mo to  tell you all thin, Doctor* nnt bull*-  iimuinhlo I a tlio wolllioliig of Hocloty.  Hut they nnt not Infallible, and they  mnko aa many mlHtnkon In trmiilng  iiiliorfiilfiHln imtlonts n,.i In ;my nther  dlroclloii, Muk������ up your mind, llko a  wnmiit.. to got woll.' Then do It! Common fienite, will power ;i"'I frc'li ������lr  nre the motive powers you muM cm-  ploy,   Got all tho pure ulr Into your  lungs that you can Inlnilu In long, hIow  breaths, hnUllntf each while you can  count livo plowly, nt tlrst. In a month's  time you can, bold It In tho lungs-nll  tlio wny down���������whllo ynu count, ton  olowly. Your lung expansion will In-  i-i'Oiiho Htoiullly a.t you go on with tlio  regimen, And tho draughts, of Uud s  -bloHHod1 fresh alt* will cleiir the tnbitH  and colls of c'lfoto iniitlitr, then  HfoiiBlhen tho ayatem to lot nature do  hw* own lu'iilliiB.      ,  Make Yonr Own lee  , Home nun hn* n'*lio0 for a ronlpn for nialtlng  Ice, I nm Inelimlnit mm I huve |ir������wrvt"il  for Mime month*, thinking J iiilghi need It.  1 hnvo never umul in mul 1 don't Itnnw  whoihcr iho ncld'l* iiolwrnnini or not. rino  wtuilil hotter ho direful In iho 11*0. of It,  1 copy Iho formula Jimt n* I Ilnd It In print.  Artificial loo���������Or Freezing With  Ohemlcala  lee eronm mny ho trnten In five -mlnutec,  ' r  nn  oxponrtlturo of two or three  It tho nrcparatloo to be fros-tui he  ami  nnd  fur  cont*,  nlnittnl In n tin hm-liei nr oilier VcnhoI ...  MiIn *et In n nntl eniiinliilng a wonk *oli.  tlnii of NUlPhurln field und wuler, Inlo thi*  Hllr n liiuwlfiil nf i-nmmnn enlt, Tlie i-o*.ult  In cold ni inleiiHo Ilinl 11 holtle of wlno Im-  iii������r������fiil In lhe mlxiiire will he frown in a  few inlmiin*.  It. H. V, I', (I'liuhurg, I'll.).,  Thoro can bo no dniignr from tho tine  unsightly than the conventional window  knmlcti.  Chestnut Dressing  _ Pl������n*f inUillih In. tlio'lOxcliAnge a wipe  for  ohewrnit   ilrai>*lng.  A M.AJ.1I8H (.Mount Vornori, ind,).  Holl HpanlHh or Kronulr chcutntits nnd  remove shells and tho Inner sklnn, Hun  through the vtkoUiIiUi press, and wurk  Into the smonth mass 2 tablonpoonftilH  nf buttor to-n iiiiari of tho raw chestnuts, with salt and paprika tn taste,  linnl light, and stuff tho turkey with  thin nawlWi any other dreHHlni.,  Practical "Snowball of Advice"  After long waiting, 1 ������tn������ forward with  whnt, llillo help I enn offer, but bailor  Into Ih.in lit-verl        ...  Try limiting pumpkin buttor thii wlnti-r  hint.ml hi 'npplo lititiii. 1 it'iniru It exiit-lly  , In the no mo way,  It I* lino,  nhuhnrh-Mlx  "M.itMirn oninil nunntltltt* of rhulinrb nnd  bliielierrlin, ennlilng tho Inll'-r If. mlnuti'ii���������  net mil ImUliiK-hefiire milling tlie rhiibrtrh.  Hivieten to milt yi.ur iiiKln nnd cook to ihu  right rnniilHleiiey, Thl������, loa, I* n mnttor  oriiiHle, I llko It, In llin form of n muim.  Ynu mny prefer II a* u pr������*������rve, Hold uru  gi't'd' .   ,  Baklnff-Day Cake  (To ho made whlls you are bnklng tho  l.i-eitii '  Plow ',4 round of ���������Boded' rnUIn* with Vj  iifui '  lllllHIilKlll  Worli In  ."f  hen I en  ..In nml \Vi eup* nf ���������URiir-  V, of u imp uf lard  of Ilu  .1,1'.  ���������1  or wlno, or wlinmvor the HiibMlnnco 10  lit.'   l,'lillKI.-,tli.ll,   ll.i.-v,   ,,.(   tullll;   Jill..   \l In.I  t'ontnef. with It. Wuler mnv bo ��������� fewi.  In thlg w.-y Into im for inblo*ii'HM by  putting; It Into the Intifr vwt'l, liitl >g  nn a tlaht top nml leaving It In the  mixture until you are ready to uko It,  Six  V'.'?"f!>! //.'.".'/.'  Horn nro it few him* thut niiiv or -nny  imt Im uf mm 10 our Inui-ienKitlier'  I. \Vn*h egg nr I'.ikIi)- 11' ilmiKli frmn  illfhi-ii In cilil witli-r���������ii'il In hot, lir.i wur  hiinlon* by conking Hie iuihe*lv������ ������uh*lant:r.  tl, Hnvo ment griivy in fry i-iik. In It In  Hiivmv, und fi l.eru'lll in lnn*e uhn enmud  o������t mo*t, yet enjoy the ment (Invnr,  .1, Wnitli Km liitehi'ii Hliih with liernmne,  It elnrum II nnil Itnop* lll*n off. It In nuieli  li^tti-e (him >i'r.iirlni> ivlth mvip mi'l w'il*r.  11ll I'd nibbing will, in time, Injure tlm  ���������'iinmol,  4. Put enirnwiiy umIk In namrliunit in  miikiiiK il, Tbey iiiiike II intuit diKt'*illl'i������  nnd Import a |.len*uiil ln������ie.  f���������  To rnukn nn Icehin fur a heated Mull  nr t.'iti(*rr jeuiii Wf'tl'fiiii', i c.u'ii "of light,  Mnfl   br.Ml.l   mi.inite,  1   ten'no.illfu1   (if olllliu-  inmi nnd \t teiimifioiifnl of. olnvo*. ,  I Ilnd thi* n chonp nnd whohi'niiui cuke.  ... ,1   ���������..!,.    ,;    v.\i ... ...   I   '.,.!.     V-   ��������� '.      " "  threo ehlldron llko It Imwennlv, t  Kxi'tmngft. A wliow, with nm* olilld. li������������  ti. _,'������ eut !,y the diiv t������ wii'k. Plin h*������  laid In tio worth of ������ruo rl������n. nml two  limn i.r cunt and iinld lite month ������ r������nt In  lidvuiii e, Tho hiiilKO Ih niliile trim 11 lid tliMH,  and Bho I* turning tho hmnuVeonliig over  tu her |���������.ynnr-n|i| d*>nghter. .Tho gtrl hn*  lii'nii linlni'd Hltii'i' ilie un* 7 y.-nr*i nld in  >.,.,,   *...���������..   ..'..tl    li.   ���������>')   l...ii������i������(.������l.'   .lllll"  'I'niH lieltiu wlnier, ������hnll wo mil lmv������  wim 1 mny l.n ittlleit ,1 nniwh.il! .if iiiiiotlcul  nilvlee for the vi.Uth'lll lion* wl'e?        _  I et ineh nf 111 wrlto n g<io.|,*wln*i hen  11 few word* nf iinictloil ndyleej Iniitly \  iileHHlng.   Hend thi<������������ to my ndilrt.������t.   1 will  fold enr-tv ������heiit nnil tio It with bnby ribbon.  Iheii tio nil tnio'tliir. H������r Hiindny *<-'hii.i'  t������������rh������r will bIvo n llitln imrty fir her. All  her i-UI* wlP |.������ nut Into A box Hnd ������it������t  y til hmtt <l,..\n ...i,.t .d.uw im "I...W i,. ,.1.11  it with.ml llit.rlim u.e iloor or hrmkitnt  lhe cnvt'i; drilling tho tl'll ��������� ikililii 1' ..  lliu i|ii> leu mnv !.<��������� in.e.1 nenln  \Vi������nll Invo her fur li*r' lulifht n  IIIi.������: itujr   slid .w>.11I1I Ie Ui lir   In  * ttlim       l.AtlllA H. |M n.ittii'  |iit)finNlim "1. ���������>,  :.ji__),w-a ~ ..���������.  I     T.-!!"t R H'-.NiTURE STORE I  i.*i������*w.^-l_t,'iV X        rf*'  _T     ft  "������. ���������������*������������������������������** Itl'lflMMII  ���������������������������TIMimTi->n-Wi>ii|>l<|.   ������������������-���������ill  ���������_  N 1-W STOCK  ��������� OF   LACE CURTAINS  FRILLED MADRAS  PLAIN ������  SCRIMS and MUSLINS  THE NJSWS,CUMBERLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA' ',  imwma*r^ai*Maaamm***m***m**t*amym*a****a*maaBmaasmm ��������� _i n i     ������������������-���������iti  m ma***m**am*a,ae*imi*������it��������� ii-*������ii*-*������-ii-*--i������--i "'_"**-l*'^^^  .-.t ��������� > ������������������   _i-__-_,iot. w ���������   - ���������  -       _ ..���������___, ������������������i���������_i      im . nil���������-���������I _���������l ���������l_-----W---------n---l>l-*ll ITf*l |*T**Tlf WJMIM  COURTENAY LOTS  FOR SALE  "���������p-IMINafaiP  $150 UP. EASV TERMS.  Busk and Farm Lauds,  Sea and River Frontage  BEADNELL & BXSCOE,  Real Estate Agents   Offices: PHON,EN6D^SxENAY  A Choice Assortment, with a  t full range of prices.  ^���������wre^'*''vi  K t___ ff"!-^^*-*"-'' ��������� 1-:. V* *  . ��������� -.    ������ v^"*������fc--"--v-^g3*������-*������-"-���������  A. MoKINNON  Mcl-Miee Block, Oumberlaud  .tJi! *������___-__���������.������', ������������'  A meeting t)f the Cutnherland  & Comox Automobile Association  was held on March 33* d, with a  vi-iw of discus.ing 'he "'Motor  TraiFic Regulation Act ujii."  A heated discussion t-,ok place  and the Act in question was severely criticised, the <*,< n ral opinion being that it w.is i>m lax and  afforded no protection to horse-  drawn vehicles, jv.de.s'.rians, etc.  Eventually the fol.owing rules  were drawn up witli a view of  having them eud< rsfd by the  other automobile clubs' aud associations, and presenting same  to the Honorable ihe Attorney-  General, who was responsible for  tbe above-mentioned Act:���������  RUI.KS  i. On discovering an approach  ing team, the automobilist must  stop offside and cover his machine  with a tarpaulin painted to correspond with the scenery.  2. The speed limit <m country  roads this year will he secret and  the penalty for violation will be  jjjio for every mile an offender is  s'autial u.uzzlc, and shall be properly muzzled when left unattended, so that when any inquisitive small boy or village idiol  chooses to monkey with the  change-gear lever, brake or other  parts of the car, there will be no  danger of his being bitten,  ii, Iu cuse a horse will not  pass an automobile, riotwithstai -  ding the scenic tarpaulin, the  automobilist will take the machine apart as rapidly as possible  and conceal the parts in the grass.  12 In case au automobile approaches a house when the roads  aie dusty,,it will slow down to  one mile an hour and the chaff-  eur will lay the dust in front of  the house with a hand sprinkler  worked over the dashboard.  Section 52 of the Motor Traffic  Regulation Act, 1911,   provides:  "In case an accident occurs to  any person, whether on foot or  horseback or in u vehicle, or to  auy horse or vehicle iu charge ot  any person in proximity to any  motor, or owing to the presence  of any motor ou any highway, the  person in charge of such motor  shall return to the scene of the  accident and give in writing to  anyone sustaining LOSS or in-  caught going in excess of it;---|j������^M���������m������nd-addi^retc^--  1 aud further provides that a writ-  3. In case an automobile makes  a team run away the penalty will  be $50 lor the first mile, ."hoo for  the second, $200 for the third,  etc, that the team runs, in additional damages,  4. On approaching a corner  where he cannot command a view  of the road ahead the automobile  must stop not less than too yards  from the turn, toot his horn, ring  a bell, fire a revolver, lu.Ho, and,  send up three-'bombs at intervals  of'five minutes,  5. Automobiles must be seasonably painted���������-that is, so' they  will merge with the pastoral ensemble, and not be startling.  They,must be green ia spring,  golden in summer, red in autumn  and White in winter.  ten reporc setting forth with particularity all material facts shall  be sent by the motorist to a constable.  The following is probably the  first report under the above section to be handed in:���������  Report under Sec. 32 Motor Traffic Regulation Aet, 1911.  To Ciinsit*tble'Sounti-Asluep���������  I, the imder.i������t.ed, be. 10 repott and  do hereunder give, full p.irii-'ukirs of a  most distressing affair which occurred  lust Sunday whilst I was driving m,v car.  My lull name���������John Spced.boy,  A.e���������llct-vcen 20 nndjo.',.. '  Height and wcijjlu���������5 feet.   150 lbs.  *��������� Married���������Yes,  Morals and Habits���������Pretty Fair,  Intoxicating Liquors��������� Yes Drink any-  ihin.. that is wet.  Tobacco���������Only smoke 'Grand Duke'  Cigars, made it Lndy.mith, IJ C.  Number of Car unci Hoi-,.pin'er- No.  23.    H.l'.. 200.  l'auiei)l;-i-!i of Art-idem���������1 was driving  dowu Lu Cuurtenity Moll bent for election  anil vhile passing a rij������ ..n unu-aial aeci-  denf occurred, Hmh the'driver and horse  6. Automobiles ruuiiing on the1 wuke ������r ������������������'���������'1 accidentally turned from  the middle ol our Squirrel Trml Gcvern  ment Konl to the left thereof,   In puriti  auce of Section 32 al"tot*c ifcferred to, I  returned to the scene of the accident and  country roads at nifjlii must send  up a red rocket'every mile, and  wuit. ten miuuteu for the road to  dear,    They may then proceed  l have the honor to report ili.n driver,  liorsi or ������������������">��������� suffered no  injury from the  ,,,,,.       ,   ,   , ,  su.ldon awakening, but driver suffered  carefully blowing their horns and, l,os...    To wit, Lost his temper.    J*.  shooting Roman candle'..  7, The provincial police and  all special constables shall give  up Sunday to chasing motor cars,  shooing, swearing and shouting  at the drivers thereof, making  arrests, and doing all in their  power to discourage Miuday driv  ing-���������and. iu fad. diiving at any  time shall be discourage as much  ns possible.  H, "Kvei'Y'motorist shall, whether meeting or coming behind a  funeral procession, {-top his car at  least aool'cet therefrom, aud shall  wih all speed paint his car a deep  Wrtrk. As soon oh this is done  In-: shall crawl under the car and  ������uy there lor at least one hour  9, No person or persons shall  leave a muu-i km u������i I.*. ioUu^nIi.  without tying the same it* a post  or tree, or to some other substantia ofoje-c", provide I 'hat where  there is no post or tree or other  substantial object, the snid owner  h't'ill aucl.ot the said <\ir with n  .emulation anchor ot at least 150  puinds' v.'elj/w, aud every mo'or  car ixv.i motor bicycle shall be  equipped wuh such an anchor,  cud -"luil! furry the same nt all  times.   *  10. .Ml motor cars shall b��������� pro  vided with a good, salt aud -sub-  also lost his head, but as there was noth-  in.' of value in 11, it was of im import. He  al-so suffered n more serious loss. Tin wit,  One bottle of -t.hi.kev, ihree-quaricrs  consumed,  1 said 10 the victim of the Accident:-  *-+***8ipiK&-ntt***... u-W'^+r  The victim of the accident said������������������-Mil  Il^_..n+"n.*l1| 8SVII-S ��������� 48+���������  "Vours truly,  Association Football  The local Scotchmen engaged  a team representing England and  Wales at soccer last Sunday. Both  teams turned out at lull strength  The band was in attendance and  a large crowd turned out to witness the game.  England won the toss, and had  the advantage of tho wind. From  the   kick-off   the    Englishmen  made tracks toward the Scottish  goal, aud Clark was called upon  to save a stiff shot from  Carney.  The  English forwards  were in  great form and kept the opposing  defense busy.    Clark in goal was  in great form and dealt with all  kinds of shots like a professional,  The   Englishmen' kept up ihe  pressure and had their efforts re  warded, Boothnian beating Clark  with a shot that gave th**" goalkeeper no chance to save.    This  seemed to put new lite iuto  the  ���������Scotchmen, aud they tested   the  combined    countries*     defense,  weak clearing on the part of the  backs let Brown through aud he  had no dirllculty iu   making the  score level.    The first half ended  without the score being added to,  ln the second half the Scotchmen had most of the  play,   but  weak shooting by  the' forward',  spoiled thejr efforts.      The   forwards never seemed to be able to  settle down, the   English, halfbacks   having   their    measure.  Boothmau, for England, was  in  great-iormy-aud-gave-the-defeuse  all   kinds of truui'le.     He was  again successful  in' finding the  mark, scoring a beauty from   a  diit.cu.lt position.      Try   a'   the  ���������Scotchman could they were unable to draw level, aud the game  ended in tavur of  England   and  Wales, score being a goaU to I.  Unglaud had tiie pi'11 forward,  and a better i'toiu rank has seldom  if ever been seen in Oumberlaud.  Booihinan was tlie pick of ���������.he-  bunch aiid was die best forward  611 the field. The ha. I backs were  steady aud had the measure ot the  Scottish forwards all through the  game. The backs were weak but  were seldom tested to any extent,  For Scotland Clark iti goal was  brilliant and time aud again saved  his side. The backs, Freeburu  and Campbell, were steady, The  halfbacks were the maiubtay ol  the team and it was no fault of  theirs that Scotland was beaten.  Cairns was the pick ind did not  have u supeiior on the field.  Brown was the best of the forwards and was the ouly one that  seemed capable ol scoring. The  game was oue of the hardest ever  played iu Cumberland and England and Wales deserved their  win.  GKS������3X8>������������������������������3^  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made  v.o Hrder  from Sao to ������35    All "Work First Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  ^'^A^VA-'-^t-^-^-A^^**'^-**^   ���������^���������'^'^���������^^AAAAAAAAi^AAi^  rCAlDA  Merchant  .TAILOR  HAVE  YOUR  PHOTO  TAKEN!  ���������AT���������  Powell's .Studio.  Work guaranteed.  Prices reasonable.  ������C^Ct5���������������������������-^ffi���������<l������C������*������������'l!���������'ffi  F()!t SALE���������A 0.i*ooinoiUioii**o  on Maryport Avenue, between  vSei'ond und Third Btreots. Apply  this oillco.  On account of Friday, April  11th, being Good Friday and a  Moininion Hank Holiday, the  ISoyal Hank of Canada'. Sub.  Branch at Conrtonav will ho iiioneti  ���������_  outlwtdiy,   but   will   upon   on  Saturday for tho iisintl lit*ui*n,  mm, *t*   FOR SATsK-Ono incubntor  urn) two brni-iit-i *., CvtjMt*,ity I.K.O.  I'r.ico.$50 Tor the lot. Appiy this  ofliet*.  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES. A SPECIALTY  suits cnnDE to order and   .  IM ANY STYLE VOU HUSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND, -       - B. C.  W*"AA/VA****-A>V*^^ ���������^V^**^*M^^*^A*A*>^*������V������*A^'^^*<  ^UIIillllll'lll'I'lllll'IIHIIM  Capital $0,200,000. Reuei've $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 Ufpo.i.B of $l,and upwards.  | CUMBERLAND, B. 0., Branch, Open Daily.  !i COURTENAY,   B.O, ,.Bub-Biauch,   Open Tuegdaye and  I FRIDAYS.  i UNION WHARF. B. 0,,  Sub-Brach, Open Thursday*  I H. F. MONTGOMERY, Manager..  %*!l_ll*UIU������Ult������^  Ladies Hospital Auxiliary will  meet in K, of 1\ Hull ou Thursday evening at 7,30.  Tliochildrimu. tho I'leshytoriuii  Sunday hcIiuoI under tlio supor.  vision ot Mr. nnd Mi'������, Ulnn*.  hii'iilmiii, will prwucnt un opurottu  at (.umberliuid Hall on tlio uvon-  ing of April 2Sth,  Tlio residence* of -John U, Brown  on Maryport uvunuo, wan badly  daiiingoil by tiro on Sunday  afternoon. At one liiiiu it  looki'd uh if tho wholo tttnictim*  wai doomed, but \\w tlro-nut'ii hy  well directed at ream tt uud heroic  v.t������,k ������*i-it; !;������������������:������������������! ih. fire u'.���������������.���������������}��������� <*"*>"  trul Tlio c'liitentH wero all saved  The cause of lira, ia (.apposed to  havo boon a dc-fective fine.  General Blacksmith  Hori-OEhocmg a Bpeciulty.  Third Ave., Cuuitserlatid  @ee������ S������������������ 'bsocMGe-Me.OG  ��������� cuuur blv REVISION.  A Coin ttif Kuvision will bc-licld in the  City Council CliMiibers oil Thur day.  May 18th, 1911, at7.30 p.m., for the purpose of hearing "complaint's, if any, hj-ainsl  the assessmeni of property in the City o(  Cumberland for lhe year 1911.'  " Any person or persoiiH having com-  plaini inc*-u"t>.ive notice in wriiiiifi at least  ten days before the d*te of meeting.  Ai.KX. M'cKinnon, City Clerk.  Cumberland, B.C., April 51I1, 1911. ,���������  '���������wammmmHmmmammmmmmtmmtmmmtmmtmMmmmmmmmmm  Valley Not������s.  Victor and Bert Shopland left  on the steanier ''Cowiohan on Friday "ii routo to their homestead  north of Edmonton. Norman  Shopland leaves for the name place  about tho middle of thi** month.  lie hope*, to bo iiccoiiipinied by  Mrs. N. Shopland,  During a rot-out thunder-norm,  the Iioubo ol Mr. Cyril Piorey of  (Joinox wi.,H Htruek by lightning,  but not much damage done, This  j. tho that time a building La?  been -.truck by lightning in the  d'lHtriot,  Chni'lio Wooda returned from  the Ontario Agricultural College,  Gtielph, on Friday, where he bus  taken a eoni'm* in ,cheeHo making,  Merle Halliday who b attending  tho same institution, oxpecta to  arrive uoont liso uiidulo uf lliu  mouth.  P. Phillipps Harrison  * t,  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,   j  V. BO^O^R:  UUholesale Oealep in WlfiES, LIQUOR 8t BEER  r. 0. BOX 482  PHONE SO....  CUMBERLAND  , **i m aryv'tmmm wmm  TKNDKRS will bo received up  to April 11th, for the painting of  oiitKitlti of   Iioiiho  on   Maryport  av������>t|ii(������, nernpii'd i������y .Inincn Ab-  ram**, Addresi* S, Culhonii, Sand  wii-k post tdliee, H. 0.  The lowest or any tender not  nei CMiiily accepted,  Tll<" r������o!iri������roTriini."*sio"iiT< he'd  Constable Gray has Ueu ap '     rivat*e  session    ou   Tueaday  ���������loiiucd cluerof police. ;   .' ,,  An account of city council proceeding* at regular ineoting on  Monday ovening, will appear iu  our next i������������iio.  Fertile, IJ. C, April i.���������From  cud to end of the great Crow's  Nest Pass coaling district, from  Feruie on the west, 'to Tnbcr,  Alta., on the east, a distance ol  170 miles, as the railway goes,  not a pick is being thrust into  the working face of a single one  of the sixteen "producing mines.  Frank Pat: ridge has removed  hi* lamily to Union Bay,  The longer you live the more you learn. ^  I think you were all satisfied with your bargains last,  month and learned where to save nioutjy on your feed.  I am sorrv there was not enough to go around, but;  I there is MORE "ON THE WAY that I will .sell nt  prices that will soon learn you that the more you feed  the quicker your hank accouut will grow.  Winter will soon be over, and I'll tell you how. to  make another saving. Take n 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 from  ������/f to 1 cent a pound on any kind of field seed you re-  quire.    Don't forget the address--  A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   - Courtenay, B.C  PICA LEU IN FLOUR AND FEED  -���������m-������f_-"tmw-'**^^  ^_=^_s^ES^^OKSC===^S\  -IGTCLfiS  ��������� .*.  \V. J. Hoard, the t'XjKirt  pirn.,  inner of Vuiicoavev, U In town,  \  Kirmf.r English  Standard Canadian  .    Number English  Massey-Harns Canadian  crmeiu L*.gl..������n  Singer English  MasseyOushion   Canadian  Singer 3 speed     English  Sin^ei De Luxe    Er.glish  Beestbn Humber English ���������  One, Two aud Three Speeds added to  any machine at extra cost,     Scud for  Catalogue.  THOS. PLIMLEY,  ornce and StorcUOB UANCUB,Y ST.. VICTORIA.   B.C  Garage,727 JOHNSON ST.. ������iwtvn.in-   ������������������*���������<%*������������������  ������������������If you get.i' at Piimley's it's ALU right."  P 8 ��������� Wa Do R������ipairiri_r.  iiini��������� in ���������mwnmi' I ipi'rMnTWTTiTTr r"i*iriT^  '���������fl  |^i^yr^^i_vT^1r..|������������M^  $35  $35  $45  $45  ���������*K5  \o$  $65 ���������  $8o  $nn  $100  1  J


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