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Array laaroaaawBaSrc  mrilitmrtHM, in ntitiiitiiw  V*-  ,>-.?'  - T  4*  A. Journal Devoted, -3*poc_aJly. to the Interest* of Qomox DUtrlct*  "   "    '"'  ' ' " '"      ���������"!    !������������������_____���������      I    I      lll.l    <������ I,      ||||_                ������������_������������__M������_--wU_W._W_W_������_____^W^-^__  TH������ NEWS,, NINETEENTH' YEAR.  ��������� CUMBERLAND/B.VC,,   TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1911  .;. ���������   -i" ���������>   -*"������������������ ,   ���������������������������' *,*.���������������������������'.  "-i" -. . ��������� .   ���������. ���������  Subscription $i.o-'- ,\ Y^v*_  The Store  o. Quality  The Store  6! Qtiality  THE BIG STORE  ***+*i**t**)*9t*jr*t****>  ���������.'.:  7/.e store with the goods  and the values*  This store stands in a unique position in its excptional  ability 10 serve the Public,in a Satisfae-'  .   tony manner.   1-he. fact,is further demonstra  tedvby the increased largeness and1 variety of our  -stock,   ���������*- ..' ���������' ���������- '.  Never before in the history of this store   hiis. there been:  shown such-a large and well.selected as*urtiuent,  in the newest shades and patterns, and-we guarantee workmanship and material;���������All we ask of,  you is to.come in and see ..what we offer, as proof  of what: we say.i.   ���������>  Prices from $10 to $30.;  ilMerrSlfdesr1^^  ,T       *!*   equal for finish-and wear,  $3 to $6  Give-us a trial order in Groceries.  1 .f Vt'j" otf *  Simon LeisB^St Co., Ltd.  Dunsmuir Ave.,  Cumberland.  ���������HiAMdt'MN'Wy'Sv  MAROGCHI BROS  T  GROCERS   8.   BAKERS  '    AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES  Furniture tiid Household  SUPPLIES  T'-in -rtTTr- -i-n-r  Paints;  i     \ ��������� ���������      > _   v  Oils' Etc;  TTlifce^: Ma^e.tJGIashJS^OT.'?.  T., E. Bate, Cumberland;  ,.-, j  -,'���������  I ���������^    ut H������������������* *������������������"  ^^*!^^fe**������&M!ft^|MUte  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers iu all Kiiids of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND  STREET    "  VALIEY NOTES  ��������� i  Another Doctor in Courtenay  Capt. Vigors is., about .calling  for, tenders, for tho construction  of ft $B,00b roRtd.TiGo.  Mr, T. Cairns now residence  on tlie back road, in noai'ingcom-  plotlon, *  Mr. II, Boadnell'e now residenco  will boom be ready for occupation.  The medical profession has re  ceived a. valuable addition iu the  person of Dr, Cromptou, who lins  quite recently ..settled in Courten  ay, and who intends to make the  viiilcy lu.s [jciuiiuicul hoiiic.  Dr. Cromptou is B.A., M.J.,,  II.C��������� of Cambridge University,  and took tnit class honors iii  science in 1807, has held appohit  merits as House Physician in St,  Thomas' Hospital aud Brampton  Chest Hospital, in Loudon, Kng,  He has practised five years in  Loudon and has been for the  past two years iu the Okanogan  Valley,  The doctor lias purchased the  residence of Mr. Teed, ot tlie  junction; of the lake trail nud  Cumberland Road. The District  ii. Coi tu mile in Hccutiitg (lie net-  vices of such a scholarly and experienced physician andsurgeon.  A' Httlp girl who wns dangling  hor fi>ut in tho water from a row  bout in front of tbo Vancoiivor  Rowing Club, Coal Harbor, wob  attacked by 11 Jmge octopus, tlio  other morning. Fortunately, only  thoemi'of ono of tbo tentacles of  tho ocl6piu*;fa8t<;iiodi on tlio girl,  and slio managed to esc'ipo witli-  out iiBflietiuiice; Tbo members- of.  tho rowing club, procured: pi ko  pules and after piercing tbo octo-  pus.a tiYiiu.hai* of: times,, succeeded  in drawing it up to hind;; whoro  it lay for several hours- before* it  diod. Tho tentacles measured about  five foet in length,-��������� Ex,  SUCCESSFUL SMOKER.  The Cumberland Football Association held a most enjoyable  smoker in the Cumberland  Hall  on Saturday evening.   An excel  lent programme  was   presented,  consisting of songs,  recitdtious,  wrestling matches, and a^boxing  match.   Every number was good  and was heartily received by the  large audience present-     Cigars,  tobacco   and   pipes   went   the  rounds several times, and were no  cheap   trash,   but   the genuine  article.   We do not know if there  was anything stronger than water  to   moisteu   their   smoke-dried  throats, but if there was it was  uot in iu evidence when wc left.  It was one of the best entertainments we have been invited to  and-had.tlie pleasure of attending  in this city.     The committee iu  charge are to be congratulated on  the success of the smoker There  was,not an objectionable feuture  in.it, and, nothing that tbe most  refined'could take objection   to;  which speaks volumes for a crowd  of jplly men.     But they were  gentlemen,.and conducted themselves as such.  Locals.  Mr, W��������� It,   Dunn  aud   Miss  The lire brigade will moot on  Wednesday evening for'election  of oillcors.  CiuUtilM  Mr. 15. *uiuiiiier inih junt ro  coivod and bus on display on  Poacey's lot on Dnnsmuir Ave.,  11 lino of vory handsome huggios,  which aro ottered at reasonable  pricoH. Ono of thouo baggies with  a nice horse and your l������Sunday  Giii," would mako lifo worth Using.  Campbell River Items  Mr. TJmlin,bf-f!ie Willows Ho  tel, Ctmi-pLell River, is preparing  for tbo tourist- trade, having, made  many, improvements,  ' Mr.' Fred   3STuuns   is   visiting  "nmborland.  The drill-bus boon moved to bo-  tweon upper and lower Campbell  lakes  Brunette Lumber Company, aro  starting a logging camp at tho  junction of Quinsam and Camp-  boll rivers, Forty men will bo  employed.  ��������� Quiitathoaski Canning Company  start operations at Valdo/. Islan d,  on tho 17th, inst.  Capt. Bisstitt, of the Victoria  Salvage Company, has about finished .wrecking tbo s. 11. "Cottage  City," nftor which sho will bo  burned to tlio water's edge,  P. Larson, of North Vancouver,  spent a fow days hero Inst week.  Mr. and Mrs Wadham are  spending tho summer bore.  Tlio Qninsam Lnko Iron Syndicate, has now about twenty-live  mon working on development,  Kx-Governor Jones is at present  thero.  ft**������4^***$iM.*������*tt*&*-  CORNER STORE  This is Strictly a  CASH proposition  ���������  r*  ft  i  8-  I  *  _  ������'  "������  For PAY-DA*_Varid  Week followijpg. /  J. N. MeliEOD, s���������w  ���������Irt  f  t  ���������i*^?*'?^-**^*******?******??^**^***^^^^^^^  I  OF  8SR EQMUND .WALKER, QV.O., LLD., O.CXi-, PflEeKWWT      .  .  ALEXANDER UMRO,, Qsmerau MMMfftr,-.-; -^:, v;  GAPtTAU - $ 10,000,000 REST, - $7,000,000  COLLECTION; BUSINESS  With its.large humber of-branches, agents.and correspondents, The-  Canadian>Bank, of Commerca \������ *Me to effect'collections throuphout.  tbe. world promptly and at reasonable rates.   Rat<?s will be quoted on  application..  FOREIGN   BUSINESS  ftao  Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling*  francs, marks, lire', kronen, florins, roubles or nny other foreign currency,  can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at rc:isor.ablfc rate*.  CPMBE&LAND BRANCH W. T. WHITE, ManoRM  Kiirly Saturday morning, a fatal  accident occurred in front of Win.  MatliowBon'u farm, when a Japanese who was working, for Mr.  Duhiio, waft crushed to death by  lof������a rolling upon him, No blame  i.-i attacliod to any. ono for the  accident.  ,l)ay.)   The pri/.oi-- .1 nibour tiuvl  buggy.    Tiekels  $1  eneh.    Kiye  Mr, and Mrs. P. P. Harrison,  and Mra. W. Ri Thoal, will leave  on Sunday for V ictoria by  auto.  Mrs. T. E, Bailkg, Mre. J, A,  Gilllospie, Mrs. Jl; Bryan ami  Mm. P. Acton, will leavo for Vic*  toria by Saturday J������ boat, to attend tho W. 0. T. (J. convi'iition  to bo held in that city next week.  =r���������  Frasor &, Hishop   will   liold   n  grand r.hooting mntch  at TJnioi  Hay, on Juno   22ml, (Coronation  Day.)   Theorize  buggy.    Tiekels  shots each ticket. -  Wilt Clinton arrived lmmo from  Victoria by Salur<lii,y'������ bout,  ���������������������������  Mrs. 0. P, StoveiiB Iikh renignod  hor posit ion with Simon Leisor 61  Co.  Charles Hcraper, premier paint  brush artist of Courtenay, ih in  town having pcaurcd some loon!  controctB for painting.  Mrs. Bert Stephenson-arrived,,  homo from Nanaimo ou Saturday  evening,  Kriiik Monlco, who lias been  doing  Vancouver  for  tho   jw.t:  week, arrived homo by Saturday's  boat,  .    _ ���������41��������� i, 1   ,  Tho output of coal from local'  mines fur tho month of May \vn<v  49,000 tona.  Duiiii.wiU.uwvt- lur  Saturday's- boat,  , laoi'm i')  I  Misfl'K, Ghiy. of tho Klcciric  Theatre, left' for Vancouver by  Saturday's boat.  Mr. 0;T, Sinitho, left lor Dun-  can on Saturday night.  Dr, Korr, don list, is in town,  and will hi* found at tb������ Cnmbor-  hind'HotolJ.  -**--  11IIITII���������At Cumberland, Juno  JOtli, to Mr. and Airs. Frod Rny,  ol Union liny, a mm.  YnmigrMPi'H*. amused fliomsolvfis  on Mimdny likt by lighting lir������������  under"K'*vr*rnr ontlioimon in Iho  mirof'MePliee'H hnildinu,. For-  MHin'i.lv tbo 1W won1' di.ftoverod  bo!or������' any damage wus done.  iriLUJIlllL 1/tlLOKCtl -LLIf Iflftlll j  '"-���������'���������-������������������������������������'-'-���������,l1-"11l**-'|--*'<*<-<-<*M-MM-a*MMi_������M.a4������_i_i4  Anu.'hci Miipment of Men's high-class C.otbui^ has  arrived here THIS VVKKK, and will surpass any.  thing that we have had heretofore m Style -������ud b'it,  aud the patterns arc the newest.  Also a nice line of Mcii'n Summer Underwear, and  Koncy Silk Socks, Pongee Shirts, Neckwear, etc., for  Hiese warm tlaya.  Campbell Bros.  I  r  ���������_������������������  am THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Bhe
Riverman
By STEWART
EDWARD  WHITE
fevf-rttfbi. Ma. by tha McCm Cm*
Co��yri|hl, 1907. WW. by
Stewwt JUmari WUte
0
triot   followed   by   continued   heavy
ralns was responsible for the Increased
water. The evening papers mentioned
this only in.Mentally.   Their column-
were filled with an account of the big
log jam thnt hnd formed above the iron
i railroad   bridge.    The   planing-   mi-IPs
j booms had given wljt under pressure,
and   the   contents   had   piled   down-
, stream against the buttresses.
!    Orde slept that night at the booms,
j The water by morning had crept so far
1 up the piles tbat there began to be
I danger that  It  would overflow their
j tops.  In that case, of course, the logs
| iu tbe booms would also run out.
,    t jrrte set a crew of men to raising tbe
I height of tbe piling by tying logs firmly to the.bolted timbers utop.    This
would'take cine of an extra two feet
ol water, a two feet beyond all previous records.    Auotber crew stretched
tfte fifteen inch manlla cables across
tne Held of logs in order to segregate
tbem into several units of mass.
About two hours later the pile drlv-
UDE  was  fighting  for hl3  very   er moved up.   Tbe swing was opened,
life.   The notes given by New- j and the men began to drive clumps of
mark & Orde would come due i plies In such a position us to strength-
(Contiuueii.)
beginning the following summer. Before that time Orde must be
able to meet them personally or his
stock in the Boom company would be
turned in to tbe tirin. This would ot
course spell nearly 14 total loss of 1C
as far as Orde was concerned.
The chief anxiety under which the
riverman labored, however, was the
imminent prospect of losing under tbe
,mortgage all tbe northern peninsula
timber. Now. as the time approached.
he realized that If he could not pay
tbe notes the Arm would certainly be
unable to do so. What with the second mortgage due two years later anA
to be met by Newmark, with the oaf
���tending obligations, with the Dew enterprise ot the vessels ordered from
Duncan McLeod. Newmark & Orde
would be unable to raise anything llko
the necessary amount, lie tell upou
the woods work with unparalleled ferocity. A sale of the .0.000.000 fee-
remaining of the linn's up river holdings, togcifrei with the tolls to be collected for driving the river tbat spring,
would bring orde through by "the sliiu
ot his teeth." To cut 40.OUO.000 teet,
eveu in. these latter days ot Improvements, would be a task to strain to the
utmost every resource of euergy aud
organization.
Nevertheless Orde accomplished the
task. He lived constantly lu the
woods. The Hough Hed bad charge
ot tbe banking, where Dis aggressive,
brutal personality kept the rollwuys
,Jree_tron��_conge_stion.__J\VJienj_b_e_j_r_ive_
etartea the cut was banked for miles
along tbe stream. 411.000.0(H) teet of it.
Tbe strain over, Orde faced the task
Of driving ihe river
Krom Taylor, Orde hnd several communications.    The   lawyer  confessed
i.8 tm/i crmttantty in the wooiiii.
himself ImllhMl as to ttie purpose o|
.the   land   oliloe   investigation.   The
whole uIIair appeared to be tangled in
UM'hfilMiiltu-N and 11 Htmrl ot red tape.
orde did not inucii cure for tins delay.
He saw his way cienr to 'meeting his
obligation** without the nwi-Hslty of
hypbilieoiitlng the California timber
nnd was the belter plcnseil f'lr it.
With tbo break up of spring lie pro-
ceedeil cnnlldeiirly with the liirgUNt
drive in ilu- lilsiory of the river, a
matter of over .aou.000.UOO feet,
J'htf morning of Jinn- i'U dawned
ck-ar, Orde drove rapidly to the (Its-
- tributlng tiooiim, A Mar 11 glance at iho
rivet ne entered the tiny milei* nnd sot
ill-nut thn cviiinliintloii ot the tally
utioeis. The roroiiiuii, J'niti North, entered.   '
""i'lie-rlver'n rising," Im snld.
"You're crusty," muttered Orde,
"There nave been no nilus reported,"
"It's rising." innlMptl .North.
An hour Inter Ordi* walked out ovor
tlio booms. The wilier certainly hnd
risen,   lie called 11 boy.
"Mere. Jimmy," said lie, "mark ono
_f these piles and keep track ot how
fast tho water rlm*s,"
'i'lio river . lowiy rose.
"f don't like' .June floods," Orde fold
Totn North. "A fellow can understand
till <iiuiii,ii>�� *)<iui>; itc-ilu-i ,mui biiuiv.t
about 'how far It will po, imt thene
summer floods nre so confounded mys-
terlon* I can't figure out what's struck
the old si roam iiiiless they're having
almighty heavy ruins up near head*
w-fiiers"
My n o'clock in the nflernoon Jimmy
Powers reported a rlso since morning
Of six Inches,
"Tom," until Ordp to the old rlvor-
wan. "I'm going to send .Marsh down
for the },|io drivers nnd some cable,"
"What In blaze** do ynii etpwt to do
with that." he liHiulri'd.
"We iiwiy nci-d iIm-im." Orde stated,
wim conviction "It ilmse logs ever
t-reak ihroimh tlieyil g.i on out to
Jjike Mlilili_iii�� nnd wouldn't be worth
tbe w��ira_e."
"Tual'mi nihility long chance," North
iromineiited,
"it tut* ilrlve goes out It surely bust*
ro����." replied orde. "and I'm not using
cren lung HiniireM "
A cloudburst m the China creek dls-
fn tbe swing when thp latter should
b<? shut It was a slow job. Each pile
bad to be taken from the raft at the
stem of tbe scow, erected In the "earner," nnd pounded into place by the
heavy hammer raised and let drop in
the derrick at the bow.
Long before the task yas finished
the logs In the temporary booms had
begun to slide atop one another, to
cross nnd tangle.'untll nt last the river
bed inside the booms was filled with a
jam of formidable dimensions. From
beneath It the water boiled In eddies.
Orde. looking at It. roused himself to'
midden activity
"(Jet a move on." be advised Captain Asplmvall of the driver.   "If tbat
Jam breaks on us we want to be ready,
and if- it don't break before you got
this swing strengthened miiybe we can
hold her where she is. There's no
earthly doubt that those boom piles
will never stand up when they get the
full pressure of the freshet,"
The driver's crew labored desperately, hoisting tbe piles into the carriage,
tripping the heavy hammer, binding
feverishly the clumps of piles together
by means of cables.
Two of the clumps had been placed
and bound when suddenly, with a roar,
the upper booms gave way, projecting
their logs upou the opening and 'the
driver.
The half dozen members of the crew
were scattered by the winds of a panic.
Two or three flung themselves on their
"facesrone leapedinto tbertver.-lmrai-
nent destruction seemed upon them.
Tom North, at the wlncb tbat operated the arm of the swftig, however,
retained his presence of mind. At tba
first sag outward of the boom piles he
6et in operation the machinery that
closed the gate. Clumsy and slow ns
was bis mechanism, be nevertheless
succeeded in getting the long arm
started. The logs, rushing iu back of
it. hurried it shut. Immediately they
Jammed again and heaped up in a formidable tangle behind tbe barrier.
Tom North, his little bind: pipe between his teeth, stood calm, tbe lever
of his winch in his hand. A short
three feet from the spot on which ho
stood the first saw log of tbe many
that might have overwhelmed him
thrust forward Its ugly hend. The
wash of the water lifted tbe huge pile
driver bodily nnd deposited It with a
crash half on tbe bunk mid half In tbe
water.
, Instantly after tbe first break OriT.
bad commenced running out over tue
booms from the, shore.
"Good boy, Tom!" he shnt at North.
Actors the' Jam be hurried to where
the pile drlrer lay. Caption Anpinwall
examined tbe supports of tbe derrick
on deck,
"That waa lucky," Raid Orde briefly.
"Stove you in'/"
"l-I don't thlnlt so," replied the captain.
"That's good. I'll send orer the tug i
to help get her afloat. We've got our |
work cur out for us now,"
"You don't expect inn to work my
driver under the face of thut Jam!"
cried the captain. I
"What's the mntipr?" naked Orde.     '
"It lun't sufe." replied Hie captain,
"nnd I don't intend to rid* my men i
or my driver."
Oru>, with 11 snort of anger, seized
Hie iiinn and thrust lilm bodily over
the Ride 10 Hie imnlt. j
"flufa, you white llven-il skunk I" ho
roured,   "Safe!  tjo over 111 the middle '
, of that ten acre lot nml 11. down nn
your fuce and nee If you feci snfp .
there!    '��e��  out.  the  tvi)i����* puck ol '
you!   I'm in ctifirge itiW now." !
Asplnwnll picked hllllHi'lt up, I
"Get off my d,rlver!" lie Mtuiried,     . i
"This driver Is requisitioned!" cried t
Ort.v,   "Get out!   I've hoi io save my
logs!"
Tom North and some others of the
crew cume running iiciom the jam.
"Get a cnblo to tlio wiiichl" Orde
showed at ni*'*-'!' ���� soon tin nicy went
wli'iln liciinng 'Wtiii .<���! .\",-i������.*.���� up
here with tbe flprile. We've gut ic
get afloat "
He paid n6 mora attention to the
ejected crew.
A   lVv,   mlinii..-'  t.-rd "���_;���!;  put  th*
driver nfl'uit, Knriuiintely its raft
of piles filial not become detached III
Mm up'ii'itntl.
"Tom," said Orde briskly to North,
"you know ihe pile driving business,
Pick out your crew and take charge " I
Orde look charge of the slitiniioii in ;
Its entirety, as a general might. lie |
wt North Immediately to driving j
dumps each of sixteen piles, bound j
to solidity by chains, and so arranged J
In /ingle* and Manis u* |o direct tlm s
enormous pressure toward either;
bank, ihu* ���.putting the enemy's power.    Tin* ��hmU dnvt-r owned by  itui
ty-Bve men opposed to the weight of
20.000.000 tons of logs and a river of
water tbe expedients invented by- determination und desperation.
Orde gave over formal defenses and I
threw bis euergles to saving tbe weak :
places  which  rapidly  developed.     Hy i
t u e  most t r e- j
me.ndous e x e r- i
tlons he seemed 1
but just able to ',
keep eyen.  Flies |
quivered.- bent
slowly outward.
1 m med uiteiy,
before  tbe  logs
behind   tbem
could   Ftlr,   the
pile driver must
do Its work. Buck
and forth darted
the Sprite a'nd
her sister  tug.
the Spray, tow-
lug the pile drivers or the strings j
of piles,    tinder i
the frowning,destruction   the
crews had to do
their work.  And
If ever a break
should  come
there would  be no escape.    Orusheu
and buried, the men  would be borne
to an unknown grave in tbe lake.   Every man knew It.   Darkness came.  So
one stopped for rood.
Morning found no change In the situation. The water rose steadily. The
logs grew more and more restive; the
defeuses weaker and more inadequate.
THE COMING STRUGGLE
WHITE AND  YELLOW 1.ACES TO
FIGHT  FOR  SUPREMACY.
He sceintU but juxl
able to keep even.
(To be contiriued.)
YOUNG   GIRL'S' COIFFURE
What to Do With Hair Beyond "Bob*
bed" Age.
Many mothers are puzzled tbess
days to decide bow to arrange the bair
of tbe little daughter when she gets
beyond tbe age of "bobbed" hair or
curls tied witn a bow.
Simplicity and becomingness must
both be achieved and tbe tastes ot tbo
girl herself taken into consideration.
For a young girl, say, from thirteen
to fifteen years who ia too tall to wear
ber hair hanging loose about the prettiest aud most becoming way ot arranging it ia to divide the jront__and__
back   hair   to   make   a   pompadour,
held in place by a bowknot of satin
ribbon, the back part then caught Just
in tbe center and tied with a piece of
tape, the.end again braided and tbe
braid doubled back aud caught into '<
tbe same piece of tape with a ribbon '
tied over it in a pretty bow. )*!
By no means the least Important
part of the coiffure Is tbe tying ot the
bnlr ribbon. Nothing makes a young
girl look so untidy as a hair ribbon
not carefully tied or one thut is not a
good color for the gown with which it
ia worn.
Tbe method Just described of arranging tbe bair possesses the great advantage that while it leaves t,be batr becomingly loose about the face the ribbon is at the same time held Recurely
and will not be constantly falling off,
as when it only catches tbe hair in the
center of tbe back with notblng to
keep It in place.
Artificial Rooe Making.
Don't throw away your hits���even
small bits���of slllc and velvet, but save
them for making the very fashionable
Dowers which ornament neckwear,
hata and frocks. .���"...���'
You have no Idea what charming
little floral specimens you can evolva.
_. IMUcriY HIMIAY OF MOBH ItOBlt IICDH.
A bins piece of pink satin rolled
tightly and incased In a eniyx of green
mIIIi or velvet win inn term iitio into a
lovely ntwliuil A luiiicli ul if/em* oml*
Uunn troiti H-UTi-i'- rlbboi).-' sin- swart
to trim a blouse or to plneu uniting
folds uf tho lingerie jabot. All kinds
of (lowers nre made at home by tho
Hklllftil worker who tries her urt on tbe
white I'ld luitfertltfM thnt so inndlshlv
trim big black velvet huta (hla winter.
Old Tomb Found. .
A dlneovery of considerable lntere��t
lo archaeologists hns been nuide in
the interior o( Athcrstono 1'arlnlr
Church, Warwickshire. Plnctor win
removed irom one of tho pj|<��r* that
support the tower, and thoro was then
revealed a lieaulilul arolt, lit the. cavity of which was a tomb G feet 3 inclicit
long, ami this ix supposed to be thn
���burial plnce of the monk who wns
probably tho founder und first prior
ot the ancient Friary Church. Iu the
chancel of the church, Henry Tmlor.
Knri <il Hiohiaoiul uUi"*���uL Uiuj.
Hoom ciuinmiiy drove Minilur clumps llonry VII.). received tho Holy Com-
here, there nnd everywhere that need j munion on the moniint. of th��* Uutthi
aru-i! or weakness developed.   Seven- ' of lioaworth Field.
With the Difference That High Power
Weapons Have Made In Warfare,
the Conflict Between the White and
Yellow Races For a Foothold on the
Earth Will Dwarf All Other Battles
In the World's History.
How iar away is the last great
struggle, the, war for which all the
powers aro unconsciously arming
.themselves? There is no doubt as to
'the direction from which it will come.
Distant as it undoubtedly is, Uurope
looks towaiil - the east with a shudder. The sound of the hoof-beats of
Attila's horsemen seem to .linger. Tho
grass grows green over the bones oi
the Huns on Chalon's battlefield, and
1heir coming 3s not forgotten through
���the centuries that have intervened.
The feeling has grown up in the laat
century that the world will go through
at least one more titanic struggle
before the nations can afford to disarm. The gray beards in the war offices of Europe look toward the east
when they are in their most pessimistic moods. They dread the vague
formless mass of patient fighting men
that are gradually being aroused from
the age-old slumbers in the east.
Something is happening there that is
without precedent in the annals of
an Empire.
China���old China, with the musty
smell of 10,000 dead years hanging
over its temples'and festering cities-
is rubbing its eyes and beginning to
look over its frontiers. Japan has
passed through this restless period.
The white man had a taste of oriental
courage along the Ya'u; on the slopes ;
of Three-Hundred-Meter Hill; on the
Tiger's Trail and out on the Sea of
Japan. "White men who love liie cannot fight against yellow men who are
bent on selling "their lives for ,tho
glory of their ancestors," said a beaten Russian veteran after the Mukden
rout was over.
Somewhere along the Urals, along
the eastern edge of Europe, the orient
and the Occident will some day join
in the last great struggle. It will be;
titanic, and on its -issue will depend
the course of civilization. Chalons will
repeat itself; the white and tho yeliow
���will again tug at each other's throats;
German, Englishman and Italian, Canadian, American and Russian, will
join forces, just as the white men did
once-bef ore,- when-they-took-the-road -
to Pekin;' but this time it' will be no
helpless foe that will front their battalions. All Asia, wild and barbaric
in spite of the high-power rifle and
the merciless rapicl-firing gun, will
aweep westward, driven by the same
spirit that led tne aosis oi Alarie'aml
the horde of "Attila over a thousand
.years ago. It has been pointed out
that tlie wars of tme past were religious and political, the struggles of thV
present mere trade squabbles, and
that those of Die future must be for
a foothold on the earth.
The "Yellow Peril" has been laughed to scorn for the last 500 years, but
the war lords oi Europe are not so
eertain about this hejng a mere phan-
lorn dread, us they'were beforo the
tlays of the iron-clad and the machine
gun in the hands of the Orientals*.
Asia for the Asiatics" j. the watchword in the fur east since tho guns
of the Japanese squadrons ceased to
bellow in tho Tsushima straits., Asia
first and (hen any or ail territories
that will take tho surplus population
of the festering cities is the European
idea of the far-nff policy of Japan
and China. China's army is being reorganized, Skilled masters ,of the
white man's battalions aro drilling
legions of slnnt-oy'Ml troops all ovor
tho empire of tho Mongols. New
mnchinoi-y is being installed and the
patient Chinese are being taught to
uso it.
���In that territory now beginning to
open is ii..population of at least.400,-.
000,000 Rouls,   The country^s saturated   with  population.    Tho land  will
support no more. As�� sooi" '"H the, population grows too largo, it will begin
to   swoop  over  tho' b6ui.da.ion'and
-epill. into udjncent countrios by the
thousand.-   With  lamina'and plague
out of tho way, with tho fields, fruitful in every season and tho country
under adequate sanitary control,   tho
population  will inoroauo   with onor-
mouB rapidity.  Tho west Is their natural Biitowny, but tho islands of tlio
Pacific and the nearer coasts of America aro not hoyond tholr roach, India
is already restless under tho prossuro
of the hordes from tho north,   Tibet,
and tho IliiiiiiluyiiH nro yot in tho way,
liowovor,   nnd   tho   movement   may
i swing farther to tho north and wofct.
| liaoltod by Japan, tho policy ol expansion can go on apace,   Tho 50.000,-
i 000 of Japanese can find an outlet
1 on flomo farther shore of tho Pacific
I and China's gigantic hordes enn wan-
dor westward toward the Urals, stroll,
ing a fow hundred miles in tho courso
of a ironoration.
ItusRia hns long boon the powerful
I bulwark, that interposed between tho
j Asiatic and the Kuropean.   Hor colo-
I nios in Siberia menaced th'o Chineso
i frontiers,   iiie dei.ut oi   uiu   ureal
. ])���._r )/-.,'*<(��� !���'.- J.j.luuK'C.   Thi.-Oricn-
! tal   no  lonjjor  foa'r.i the  Miwovim,
| Thoro Ih nothing to chock tho dollbor-
I ato Asiatic advance toward thn Urals,
: tho Caucasus and tho lilack Sea. The
I rich fields,of Europe will botlii' luro,
I  i iie   Viiitiit'i,   itthiifi   ni   the   Vvd^A   &i<
cnlohrnted for thoir fertility, nnd tho
Chlnoso lovo to till tho soil better
even than thoy lovo to work in factories. The "Yellow Peril" will nKoia
bo at the custom gated of tho whit*
ninn'n homo.
Fourteen centurlM noo tho white
folk of Europe gathered along tho
Itivor Mnrne and beat back tho lop.-
ions ol tho Hun in a dcuporate battle.
Tho wiseacres of Europe fonr that another Chalons will yet hnvo to ho
foiiffhl between tho movintf nm**'. of
yellow immigranta and the present
holders of Europe. Generation-* will
pas��, however, beforo the hwuwih of
the AMiitic nation* wilt W-. driven out
of tho mother hive to i*eok home* in
the western i��irt of Kurnsia,
MME.  MAURICE  MASTERLINCK.
Whose   Personality   Has   Influenced
.   Her Husband's Work.
When Maurice Maeterlinck met *or
the first time the radiant actress-
singer. Georgette Leblanc. who was
to become his wife,' he���intellectual
and physical giant that he was���became suddenly as tongued-tied as any
Belgian peasant in the presence of
royalty. One of hi? friend?, who waa
with him on the-great occasion, says:
"Maurice was infinitely titniJ when
he encountered for the first time, at
the theatre, the 'visage 6( his destiny*
���I mean Mile. Leblanc. After they
had been introduced' the young woman gracefully expressed to the author her unbounded admiration and
sympathy. He, however, could find
absolutely nothing to say."
However, such an unfortunate state
of affairs was only temporary. The
author and the stage favorite quickly
became friends, then lovers and today their married life is a source of
inspiration to their admirers. Up to
the time the famous writer���who. by
fthe way, was born and grew to man-,
hood in the quaint old city of Ghent,
Belgium,���came under the spell of
Georgette Leblanc his literary work,
though wonderful, had been replete
with what a critic terms the symbolic paraphernalia of terror." Under
the wonder-working influence of love
the somber, pessimistic dramatist became a "stimulating, heartening
essayist and an optimistic philoso--
pher. He was transformed into an
apostle of cheerfulness, courage and
equanimity.' The woman who
brought all this about possesses, beyond doubt, a wonderful temperament. She is intensely intellectual
nnd is beautiful as to face and figure.
Her most marked characteristic is
hor belief in her husband's genius.
One ha* only to read her views on
Mneterlinck. the writer and the man,
to realize that in her mind at least
"The King can do no wrong." Just
��t present she i? engaged on plans
for a theatre, which will probably be
erected in Paris, which will be devoted the entire time to her husband's plays. She frequently interprets the principal role? in Maeterlinck's dramatic masterpieces.
It is popularly supposed tha't only
people in what may be termed nn
advanced stage of intellectuality are
able to comprehend Maeterlinck'-*
mystic conceptions. Such plays a*
The Bluebird and Mary Magdalen
must be reckoned as exceptions, how-
over, as during the past season they
huve held the favor of the great m.5.
of the theatre-aoina public in New
York, London and Paris.
Not  to   Be   Fooled.
Proudly young Tomkins displayed
the sights of London to his uncle,
fresh from the verdant country. They
visited St. Paul's and the embankment and the National gallery and
all the places they could get in free,
and finally as an especial treat they
visited a music hall, where a trombone solo was in progress when they
entered.
With rapt attention the old man
watched the instrumentalist's facial
contortions, At the close the audi-
encc applauded thunderously. But the
old man sat mute.
"Well." said young Tomkins, "did-
n't you like it?"
"Verra good, verra good, no doubt,"
���nodded the old man, "but we country
folk canna be taken in so easy as all
that. I knew all the time he wasn't
u-swallowin' of it."���Answers.
GRADUATION GOWN.
A   8imple  and  Girlish
Design For the Event
r.si_(ta��_.V
The Dwarf Palm of Algeria.
The dwarf paJm, which furnishes
considerable quantities of fiber, grows
in great profusion in Algeria and is
on j of the principal obstacles to the
clearing ol the land, so thickly does it
grow and so difficult is it to pull. up.
Its -roots, in shape resembling carrots, penetrate into the ground to the
depth of a yard1 or more, and when
its stem only, is cut it sprouts ,out
again aim ok. immediately. As its
name indicates, this palm, is very
email ar.d can only attain a certain
height when protected, as in the Arab
oemoteries, for example.   , ���
Doing His Boot.
��� ��� Mrs, Blueblood���John, wi)o was that
man who just bowed to us?
Blueblooa���-Er���that is my tailor.
Mrs. Bliieblood���Huch insolence!
j\"bu should make him koop his distance,
Blueblood~-rvG done my best, my
dear. I'vo stood him off now lor two
yours. .
Mndo In Syria.
Booing a mnu who had a blow on
tho bond about to bind it up with Bait
and caraway Hoods, his physician pnid
to him, "Art thou going to Bond down
thine head to the ovon to bo bakedP"
-Book of Laughable Stories From tho
Byrlan.
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Sarcastic.
Barbor (testing raxor)-���Do I hurt
you, ��irP
Baird���No; not so badly as the last
man who hud mo in his chair,
JJarbor (highly gratified)���Who was
tluitP
Balrd-Tho dontlflt.
Yes, tt is rather early- tn tbe season
to talk of graduation gowns, but
tempus bus a fashion ot tuglttng
quicker than schedule time in these-
strenuous days, so before one has a
chance to turn around the sweet girt
���'grad'' will be needing her new gown.
Tbe illustration shows a delightfully
simple and girlish design for tbe occasion. The tunic lacibg Is one of the
noticeable features, and altogether tbe
gowD Is "sweetly pretty," as our English cousins say. c.
Boudoir Sets For 8ummer.
The uew spring lines in fancy boudoir seta, including sofa pillows,
scarfs, bags, plncusbions and a large
Dumber of practical articles, are
brought out in particularly attractive'
_.mate_rials,_aDd__wlth.pre_tty_mlii^or__v^arii___
ations lu tbe way of trimming, which
makes thepi very fascinating to -women tn general, says the Dry Goods
Economist.
One of the daintiest of boudoir sets
is sbown In white cotton voile, with a
pink ribbon design running through It
and large pink roses, placed on tbe ribbon at Intervals in border effect
ThlB design adapts Itself admirably
to the various method*- of trimming.
Cut Into htrips tbe material Is used
as an attractive border all around the
square pillow or In two vertical borders across tbe long pillow, Tbe long
pincushion and corset bag bave thls-
border running tbrougb the center.
An effective new trimming tbat is a<
revival of an old mode, old enough.,
however, to bo again called new, Is-
the fringe und passementerie border
of tmicrame cord, By the way, wider
bonds of lace crocheted In (Ine ma-
crame cord, copying venlse patterns,'
are being used as high style drest*
trimmings-, and this Is probably responsible for tbe reappearance of tbls Ulni.
ot work lu the fancy goods depiirt-
menu ;   ':';'' ��� '������''���������������''
.New Combination Footwear.
One of the lati'ru blnta from Parl��
fa the flowered stocking combined for
effect with the gemmed slipper. The
designer' of this pretty combination
made richly embroidered Htocltiugs,
tbo tigiirea "being Bowers of any kind
to Btilt the wearer's fancy, and set.
Fpmlnlno F._��tl��r-*>..
Husband (during tho spat)���T must
havo boon a fool whon I married you.
Wile-Undoubtedly. But tho old
adage still holds good.
Husband���Whara that?
Wile���., luol un iuoii.
in  VI ��'1
I '      ' ��� i III III
^l., K f I * i' ���A-iii-'ll \4}ft$
A Great Success.
"Ib ho a big Buoct.-.'"
"I should say ho Ib, Everybody In
town is bragging that he know him
whon ho didn't have a dollar to his
tininc."
Original D����tr<iynfl.
Just published, Olivu Selirciner's
book," ''Woman and Labour," haa
boon entirely rewritten, tho original
having been destroyed ut tho tlmo of
Uvj Hoer War.
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Doil's Clothing.
London haa a largo .actory dovotad
exclusively to making dolls' clothing.
i-bowuiifl ok I'TocurNcin, okmd on toioh.
goms In tlio toe part of ihe velvet slip*
pifra. Only tlio rich, of course, can-
afford highly gcnimud sllppei-H, but
the boiloweri'd hosiery Ih cheaper and
may be had at a nominal cost, though)
wome of tho deslgtiB nro very elaborate
and are priced high.
Cranaati Qarmanta,
Clothes packed awny during the
summer are often very cronsed, Tn-
romove the create* bang the article*,
on n cinthOFtllrie in tbe bathroom, shut
door and window, turn on th* hot*
water tan to nil tho mom with stenin)
and lonre the Hothes for an honr or
two. Afterward dry in ths open air If
possible. MfcHrmMfeKni   igrnnrijip-iiiiw  *Y  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Revolutionized traction plowing in the west.  Buy the original and the best.  COLT  Can be handled very easily. Ttaenlok&nseurod.andallot-e*.  in same stable, no mutter now "oxposed," kept from huvinf  the dlso_.se, by using Sl'OHNIJ LIQUID _18T_M_*HR CURH  Give on the tongue or tu feed, Acta on tho blood and expels  forms of all forms of distemper. Host re_e_y erer know*  or mares in foal. 60c and tl a bottle: 16 and til doien.ol  Jl druggists and harnnss dealers.  Cut shows how to poultice  /'  throats,  Our free Booklet gives everything.   Ijirgratsellinjt  horse romody In existence���������15 years,   Distributor*���������ALL  WHOLKSALTS DRUGGISTS.  SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. ChomlsU and BaoterlologlsM, Goshen, Ind., U. 8. A>  A little vaseline or oil rubbed over  a Btove wben it is taken down for the  summer months will prevent rusting;  IVarts aro unsightly blemishes, and  corns are painful growths. Holloway's  Corn Cure will remove them.  Gayboy says the trouble with .hobble skirts is that they obstruct the  view on a windy day.  He lives triumphantly who dares to  have silence in his life.  _. =S  I    .  I  Constipa+ion in the  root of many forms of  sickness,. and of an  endless amount of  human misery.  Dr.. Morse's  Indian  Root Pills,  thoroughly tested by  over fifty years of use,  have been proved a  safe and certain cure  for constipation and  all kindred .troubles.  Try them.  25c. a box.    *  Looked That Way  "Come, Willie," said his mother,  "don't be selfish. Let your little  brother play with your marbles for a  while."  "But," protested Willie, "he means  to keep them always." ,  "Oh, I guess not."    -     -  "I guess yes! 'Cause he's swallowed two of them already."  Jewish nurserymen in* Palestine are  developing marked skill in grafting.  Orange culture has now spread from  the coast .into Samaria. But the olive  farestry is most promising. By 1912  the Jewish people will own, according  to an authority, in Palestine, some  sixty thousand olive and fruit trees.  .   Homely  Illustration  "Sometimes a "virtue can .be exaggerated until it becomes a vice," said  the earnest adviser.       v  "I see exactlv what you're comih'  at," replied Tarantula Tim. "Whereas four aces is a blessih' an' greatly  lo be admired five of 'em can create  untold dissension."  SMoh's Gun  taiekly at������pe eougU, nm ���������������Ida, httli  !_���������  throat aad  lung a. ���������  83 Mate.  "What's the hardest thing about  roller-skating when 'you're learning?"  asked a hesitating young man of the  instructor at a rink.  "The floor," answered the attendant.  No Cause for Worry .  Wife���������John, our cook has become  engaged to the milkman.  Hub���������Well,, engagements are break-  able, and you know Bridget.���������Boston  Transcript.  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That ia  LAXATIVE  BROMO QUIN  INI..   Look for the signature of'E. W.  GROVE.     Used   the* World   over   to  Cure a Cold in One Day.   25c.   ������������������  SHE LEARNED FROM  HER LITTLE GIRL  DAME    BOUCHARD;  FOUND, ,RE-  " LIEF. IN DODD'S KIDNEY '  .   PILLS.,.  ABSO*  BINB  BomoTM Bulla! Enlargements,  TM.kert.d. Swollen Tlraues,  Cnrbi, Filled Tendons. Boreueaa  from   any   Brujse    or   Strain,  _ Cure. Bparln J_a_neness.__ Allays   Fain    JJoea not Blister, remov.  tha hair or Uy the h'lme  nn.   ������!.'.<1*i-������  bottle, dsllrered.     Book 1 D fre������.  ABSOBIUNK, JB.,  (mnnklndlH.OO  _     bonis.)   For 8ynoYlt.li,  Strain*, Uouty  .enmatla Depoilti, Varleoie Vein*, Varlco-  o������l������, Hydrocele, -AllariMtn-   Book free.  W, F. YCUN8, P. D. F., I37fertipl������ St.. Springfield, Mats.  'W L.-ULKB. UK, Sa-tnaL CuuAlu innU.  ihe feralihwl l-f7BAHTIR BOLE - ffYMHB CO., Wl-nlptf i  TBI NATIONAL DRC. _ rilSXICAL CO., 1**l__l|wf * Cab  ���������tm and M-DlRfiOJl BSO- Oh, UA. T_wo������i������r.  Mrs. Kydder���������Do yoii know that the  hippopotamus is good to eat,'Delia?  ��������� The Cook (warmly)���������Faith, iv ye  buy wan iv thim things ye'll cook it  yerself, thin! Frog's legs is my  limit!  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  Closefist���������"No, sir; I respond only  to tho appeals of the deserving poor."  Openhand���������"Who are the deserving  poor?"  Closefist���������"Those who,'never ask for  assistance."  Internally and Externally It It Good.���������  The crowning property of Dr. Thomas'  Eclectric Oil ia that it con be used internally for many complaints as well as  externally. For sore throat, croup,  whooping cough, pains, in the chest,  colic and many kindred ailments it has  curative qualities that are unsurpassed.  A bottle of it costs little'and there is no  loss in always having it at hand.  The late Senator Elkins used to tell  a story of Bige Brown.     ,-,  ''Bige," he explained, "lived in Elkins. T���������MectinR -him -one-day��������� in.���������, the  main street, the Senator said:  " 'Bige, do you know of anybody  that's got a good horse for sale?"  " 'Bige, .chewing gum. gave the Sen-  a'tor a patronizing smile.  " 'Well,. Senator,' he said, 'I guess  Bill Hurst has, I sold him one yesterday.' "���������Washington Star.  WHAT WILL THE BABY BE?  They Cured Her Daughter's Kidney  Disease and she tried them herself, with the Result that her  Backache and Heart Trouble are  Gone.  Jonquieres, Chicoutimi Co., Que.  (Special).���������Encouraged-to use Dodd's  Kidney Pills by the fact that they  completely cured her little girl of  kidney disease, Dame Jos! Bouchard,  of this village, is satisfied she has at  last found permanent relief from the  heart trouble and backache that have  troubled her for so long. "' ' ,,  "Yes," Dame Bouchard says, in  an interview, "I am happy to tell  you Dodd's Kidney Pills have made  me well. They completely cured my  little girl, twelve years old, of kidney disease so I made up my mind  to try them for my backache and  heart trouble. I have taken twelve  boxes ��������� and ��������� feel sure that they will  completely cure me."  ' Dodd's Kidney' Pills are doing a  great work in this neighborhood.  They have yet to find a caso of kidney disease they cannot cure. Whe-  ther-the -disease~takes���������~the .f6rm���������of  ! Backache, Lumbago, Rheumatism,  Urinary Trouble or Bright. Disease  it is. all. the same to Dodd's Kidney  Pills.   They always cure it.  BABIES WHO SUFFER  FROM   CONSTIPATION  The little ones who suffer from  constipation, colic, indigestion, or  any of the many ills that afflict  children, will find prompt relief in  Baby's O.wn Tablets���������a medicine that  is guaranteed absolutely safe and free  from all injurious drugs���������in fact the  only medicine for babies sold under,  the guarantee of. a government analyst to contain no opiate, narcotic  or other "soothing" stuff. Concerning them Mrs. Ernest Plamondon,  Ste. Julie Station, Que., writes: "It  is a pleasure for me to let you know  what your Baby's Own Tablets have  done for my children. My baby suffered terribly from constipation and  although we had a doctor there -was  no change in his condition till I began to give him Baby's Own Tablets, but since then he is enjoying  good health." The Tablets are sold  by medicine dealers or by' mail at 25  cents a box from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Tom���������They say that every woman  is beautiful in someone's eyes. Do  you believe it? Jack���������Certainly. If  you include her own.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.  "I understand Brown's wife is  away.". "I don't believe it. If she  were I'd have been ijnvited to a little  game long before this." - >;  -_������������������____������������������������������������_____ ,v  >A Pleasant Purgative.���������Parmelee's Vegetable Pills are so compounded as to operate on both the stomach and the bowels  so that they act along the whole alimentary and excretory passage. They are  not drastic in their work, but mildly  purgative, and the pleasure of taking  them is only equalled by the gratifying  effect they produce. Compounded only of  vegetable substances the curative qualities of which were"fully tested; they afford relief without chance of injury. *  Blobbs���������It always takes two ��������� to  make" a quarrel between a married  couple.  Slobbs���������Ye_, usually a wife and a  mother-in-law. ,  Superstition  Which Various   Nations  Use to Safeguard Their Young.  ��������� Most of us are superstitious upon  flt lea.*t-one . point, and mothers nre  particularly so with respect to their  children.  It is still considered a necessity in  many, parts-of- England that a child,  when first leaving the mother', room,  should go upstairs before going down,,  .It frequently happens that ihe room  of the mother is the highe.t in the  hou*e. When such is the case th������  difficulty is metJ by the nurse setting  a chair and.t.pping upon that beforo ������he leaves the room.  There' are numerous other superstitions. Prosperity and lone life are  assured^ to the baby in whose hand  a .ilver coin or a new-laid egg is  placed, and the same good luck will  be the lot of the infant.if it is placed  in a maiden's arms before anyone  else touches it.   '-     ��������� ,    -  The baby should on no account  make its first public appearance out  of doors unless it is accompanied r*v  a small.loaf of bread, an egg, some  ���������*alt and'a penny. If this precaution  is omitted the grown-up career of the  baby will be one of, poverty and distress. The baby that cries, lustily  durimr the christening ceremony is  sunoosed to have good luck.  The Spaniards also believe, in determining the baby's walk in life at  qnctv To,do this they,place a silver  coin,'a silver cross, a sword, a book  and some fruit" in front of him - nnd  let him make his choice. If he-take**"  the coin he will go into business; ������f  the swprd, he, will be a soldier; th*1  cros*, a pripst: the book," a scholar,-  and the fruit, a farmer. ���������. They also  believe that a band of gold or silver  or even jet, put around baby, will  ke"p him from harm.  The Truks put a piece of mud,  which has been steeped in hot-water,  upon baby's forehead, believing that  the charm'* which have been used in  prenarins the mind .will protect' the  child. The-Hindus declare that baby  must be called after the name of a  god, for then will the deity be flattered at the frequent use of his name  and be induced to think well of the  child. The Arabians name the child  a? soon as it is born, as then the  tribesmen will honor it. The Persians string amulets and .necklets  around Ixiby's neck, as then the, bad  spirits will not touch him. 4  Tlie Belgians touch their babies "to  make the sign of'.the cross, for they  believe that this will certainly outwit .the devil. '' ������  In making banana salad soak tho  fruit for a short time in orange juice  to make it less insipid.,  onlelUy elope couch*, car** colds, he_l_  tb*   tbroat nnd   Iiitm;** -   25 MBta,  Said He���������The chaperon seems to-be  a back number.  Said She���������Yes; ,they are called promoters new.  '  Us How  You  Did It  "���������;'������������������' ... ., ' ,, . t  You may win a prize hy doing so  SUPPOSE!  your friend nob Wilson, on tho next concession, taohed coupon���������or a pout-card If It's handler--and write for tho  "pulled up" at your front gato on tha way baolt from market circular which fully describes tho condition* of this, tha first eon-  nnd asked about that silo or barn foundation you built, you test of the kind over hold In Canada,  would be glad to tell him, wouldn't you T   And It wouldn't tako you '      _.,__-���������,     ,,���������._���������-.��������� ���������        _    ...  ..     _.   ,   '  lonir, dither, would It?   And, as a matter of fact, you'd find an rnuoh . Ever.y fJe*'0.r who handle* "CANADA" Coment will nlno be jjlven  ploasuro iolllnt. lilm as he would tn lUtenln_-l������n't that right? ? ���������p,?,,y. ������Lth,5*ft_0lrcu,(irB"~and you **? ".I0"6 'r?,1n th' d.fla'-,r  First you would take him over to view the nllo or bam founda- ln your town* " that "oom������ mor9 convenient than writing for It.  Hon.    "J'hon you would start to doacrlbo It���������-Its dimensions���������tho        Contest will close on November 18th, 1������11��������� all photos and de-'  kind of aggrogato used���������tho proportions of cement used���������number scrlptlons must be sent In by that daU, to bo eligible for ono of  of  mon   employed���������number of  hour*'' working  time  rflqulrod��������� thejo prlzos.   Awards will bo made as soon as po���������������lhle thero*fMr.  method of mixing���������kind of forms used���������method oJ roinioroing, U The decisions will bo nude by a dlilntoreited committee,-the fol-  'any���������and I)ua\)y, what tho JoV cost.   Do that V}' the tlmo you fin- lowln/r i'.ritk.n.ii ih.vl-1-," coa.entc-J to act fgr u_, im (lie Jury of  Jshed, nelBhbor Wilson would have a pretty accurate Idea of how to award*. Prof. Peter Clllleuple, Lecturer In Theory of Construction  go about building tho particular piece of work which you described. University of Toronto;  Prof, W. It, Day, Professor of Physics,  Now couldn't you do tho name for us, with this difference��������� Ontario  Agricultural  College,  Quelph;  and Ivan 8. Alaodonald  that you atand a good ohanoo of getting well paid for your time? Kdltor of "Construction."  In Prlw "D" of our contest, open to tho farmer, of Canada, we TTnvint. <\������<>u\o* tn -.-n-r^������ f���������, o-��������� ������������ *%.. ���������,..-.��������� ���������.,.. .....������������������,_,_  offer J10O.0O to the farmer In each Province who will furnish us anould  bo t������ cot all the infn.mntinn vn������'���������������������"!r��������� ������w      "u\   _    'i  with the boat and most complete description of how^ny particular Seti������Conafn,cMon _��������� SSm" IZZu?y  ml���������lK.������'  piece of concrete work shown by photograph sent In was done. vaM(iril thftt nnyono oan        ,b,   n|led con &S In our  The ������Uio of the work doaorlbod makes no difference.   Tho only lm- wonderfully comploto book, entitled "What the Fs.mei* Can  portant thing to remember Is that tho work must be done in 10U j)_   with   Concrete."    A   large   number   of   Canadian  and "CANADA" Cement used. fnrmers have alroady sent for and obtataiod conies of  In writing your description, don't be too particular about gram- this free book.   Have you got your copy yet?   If not  mar or Hpelllng or punctuation.   Leave that to literary folk.   Tell you'd better send for one to-dny.   Whether you are  '      __/"   ��������� "***���������������*>���������  Jt to us as you would toll It to your neighbor.   What wo want aro a contestant for one of our prlucs or not, you _r      ������������������*���������<������ full  the facts, plnlnly nnd clearly told. r*n1iy nor-hf t<* h-tvo this book In your library. _jT      p.ituuUt*  Sounds simple, doosn't It?   And It to simple.   And surely It Is For It contains a vast amount of Information _r       snclUx-k,  well worth your while when you think of the reward ln view,      . and   hints   thit  aro   knvoluabls   to   tb. / ���������  Now sit right down, take your pen or pencil���������All out tho at- farmer. *r     ������������m������   Canada Cement Company, Limited, Montreal ' "*-  '<  m  Send for free sample to Dept. N.U., National Drug & Chemical Co., Toronto.  REST AH HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  M*f- W.i-eiow's Soothing SrKur ha������ _���������������  LiJ&____'-f .���������"rrv VBAR8by MlLLlOHiiJ  u-y^w? fU ?AI_I   C^H* W>ND COLIC 5i  1* the bni rnacdjr for DIARRHO.A.   It li ������T .  ���������o utcly bemlcM.   Be sure end ������.k for "Utl  WlMtow*. aootbini Ojmip" ������������d uke _>o Mam  Und.   Twenty _t������ ccnti ��������� bottle  TRY MURINE EYE FtMEDV  f������t+***k,W**Ej,**k*rjlj***-mm  GRANULATED EYEUDS -������  lforineDoem'tSQuurt^Sobthei_^eF_iii  fc*������> SalM. fai AMx__tTubM.a8e.9IjO*  SYK _00K_ AMD ADVICE FHXB BT 1UH,  ItuilneEyeRmMMiyCfe^ChlcBtfo  Special Notice  TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND A6ENTS.  Agents Wanted by B. SHRAQGE,  396 Princess St., Winnipeg, to purchase for him scrap copper and brass,  cast and wrought iron, old rubber  boots and shoes and crown lager  quart, pint and whiskey bottles.  France a Marvel of Thrift.  The thrift of France is wonderful.  It enabled the nation to bear the enor-  -mous -losses��������� of���������the _ Eranco. Prussian.  war, including the payment of 6,000,-  .C-,0.0 francs as war indemnity, with  no demoralization of trade and with  1 hardly v any depression of industry.  ���������Ou. of" 10,000,000- French- electors  9,000,000 have money in the bank .or  invested at interest or own' land.  Everybody saves. In various saving?'  institutions there are ' 4.000,000 accounts of only 20 francs or less each,  and the total number of all .savin-,'-.  accounts reaches. 13,000,000. One million five hundred thousand small investor, hold probably 20.000,000.000  francs of Government bond.. Of 12,-  000,000 French householder. 9.000,000  occupy their own,homes, paying no  rent. The country holds over 100,000,-  000,000 francs.of domestic and foreign  securities and s-ives, available for investment, 2,000,000 francs a year. This  mrift ia really- wonderful.  Since 1847  Since 16*47 the mark ottfr*  world's best silver p/afe  bisbtxn  M Rogers bros:  TMl name on knives, forks,  eft.. Is a guide In buying"'  and an assurance of worth.  Bad tea icfs, dlthts, waiters,  etc, are stamped  .MERIO-N BRITACO.  \sold'by leading bealbm i  "Silver Plate that Wear  Outfit Fr������i  We -w ihrtaa ������ &&*&;  ���������lyFXBS *  dw>wn fii  Ihe eoovi  QU1  Bqyal  tilt positively    r _*ueU*U  aaottt]/ the Mine u  _.... >��������� eut.   It eonakte o(������  Heller's (loro end Oattlur's mltK bftk  ���������teda <'  _\t* ba  _..,     ������W__P*i mitUbetk  ?_de trf good heraahlda laattiar, it ratiuauoa  ** bilL ��������� seed itroitit mMl( aad a regular  ueball cap.  Hnd today tot 14.80 voHl|  ���������f our blsh-f rada aabeiaad peateawa. prfatt J  U lovely eolora and cold. TImm aell llks hot  ���������ak*������ al 6 for 10������ | all  aur  W(j������i* fold, ratura ua tba  'outbaa-ara Ml..    ny ������aH* __ou  aaiuiet anil, wt will  T"p. "W-afSiw rB-MirrM  at**>t* ������**f  Huaay,  anil  a*  we  Whan fold, ratura ua ...  _.__ ,.  will ������������ad *o_ the .a_ara Mtdt &I\. ehwees  naltl  'imr������  Denl  M.  lampec. Oaxjarta.  Eyes With Double Pupils.  Cicero says tTiat "the glance of nil  women with the double pupil in the  eye is-noxious, blighting and withering." Cadmua tells us tliat such persons would not drown. Still others  say that if they did drown the body  would never Rink, neither would it  decay. They could cure tho disease of  tlio chest���������consumption���������by rubbing  thoir perspiration on tho affected parts  of the individual, and in case tho  double' pupils woro red instead of  black thoy could euro tho leper-* and  Lie blind,   So thought thn ancients.  SUITS  OVERCOATS  TO ORD  *?$1.0  Nothing Doing.  ' Tt is the soft answer that success-  fully turns tho attention ol tliu persistent borrower who nuvur by any  chanoo turns up on Hottllnu day.  Thn other dny a particularly absent-  minded borrower asked:  "Will you lend mo $6 for n week,  old niiiiiP" ,  To which camo tho natural inquiry,  "What is tho name of tho weak old  man?"   .'...;.  Send for Free Sample, and Measure  Forms,  136 BAY STREET TORONTO  Poor Cuplcl.  "Pa, what's in that littlo thing tho  artists alwayB put on Cunid'a backP.  Is that whom lie carries his arrows?"  "It uwkI to bu supposed that he  had: arrow, thero, but in thoso days  Ins usually carried a divorce decreo  in his quiver."  Envious.  "We'vo just had a letter from my  daughter, tho countuua," uiiid tho  proud mother.  "Ih that ho? How rnuoh money does  olio want this time?" sneered tho  neighbor, whoso daughter married a  Here's ������ Home Dye  That  ANYONE  Oan Uio.  HOME DVKINQ Iim  alwty* beta more or  Im of a difficult und������r.  taking;- Not so when  you uh  DYOLA  Sand forlUmpU  Ctrd and Slutjr  Mooliltl M   _.   ���������  Th. JOIINSON.  UICIIAHDHON  CO,, l.lmllol,  Monlrttl, t>n,  lONEwwAlLKINOS'-'H  ������������������iiiin^ni sim  JUST THINK Of IT I  With DV-O.UA you can color .lllitr Wool,  Cotton, bilk or Misad Goodi Perfectly with  tin SAME Dya, No ehanct of uilng- tha  WWONO Oye for the Oood������ you have to color.  Ye Modern Miss.  "Hnw old arc you?"  "I am 12."  , "A (rlrl ol ia should toll her mother  e vory tli In*.."  "Hui my moliKT i������ mi innocent.  Ucally. I havon't tlm heart."  Perhaps Bo,th.  "T haven't kimmv your cashier for  s.vernl dny_ past,"  "Noj ho uono out of town."  "Ah I Uono tor a rorit, olir"  "Wo haven't found out yet whether  llU'H ������olhi  (or  II l>.--A >>i  Ui i:.M..k|,_  it,"  Answered.  A drumiiii-r approached n girl In  I'liiirwi! ol u soila iountain ami beforo  l,lviiiK his ordor n*k(ii\, "How Is tha  milkmaid to-ni.hU"  "Mi.k isn't nindo; it, eornos irom  towi, you fool," was this retort.  n  _.!  r 11  ���������"1  51  Dominion Express  I I i'i 11*1 A' JJ__ii_^_IJ_i!J_____M;  rriitgittw^s*  Ian tayail* all avtr Ik* Warli,  %    -  Ah������n1iit*lv tho ne<it way  1 to remit money by mail.       1  TftAVIUEItr CHEQUES Ift-SUCO  Uaaaf aenl by T*l������or������pH nnd Cablt  Ftrolgin Mono*/ bought ant) ������������������lit  Mate* far Mane. Order*  It ant under  ,     .      1 teats  0������.r  tteftl        .     .      I    '���������  "     II te   It        .     .     II    *"  ������     Mta   M        .     ,     tl    "  On Sal* im all C*m. P*4. Uf. SU*li**t.  W. N. U., No. 8������. THE  NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   B'rimSH JQUlM^  lie Cflintariaiid Uwa  LO  U  ."������������������"���������i-*.'!   Kvery  Coia-.x   &  Tuesl.iv   w  CU.T.O:?*���������". *_���������"-*-������  ���������^ub ishing   Gja������p ������������������ly  *T ii-* piipLT will n.t. hoi'i *. **''!���������*  n ���������."*.{'< m-������ii do F<>'' tne ojiin*-ni--*l -*'l*-  *������r->} us may anptjur >������> i"** n������.iuims'  from time to time.  rn.XU.vY,   Jane 13th,    Will,  NOTICE u htreby given that 80 day*  ! after dcU* I intend to apply to  the   -*->_.  ^i(ie | Mtui.tpr o* Land* for a liceua** to pn*_H-ei  f������rco*l������nd iwtc^enin trotter tho foreshore  a ii under tbe water on the laads ia and  opp ���������.���������.it* Saywar i Dint. i. t aud dwwribed ������s  fellow.: -Couuui������ii.iug . t a yn--t planted  o. the km l>-������ol> 16 chains north  of the  nuuthw el corner ������t I n   73, *>*���������*������ ard D*8-  ���������riot, thmi*. duo e a  80ch-,in,  ttaenoe  due kOttth 80 qhaina, thence due wast 65  oliaina tnottt or loas o high wator mark ou  eeit "a-ncb, thaaC9   northerly  along said  o ach'io plaoe ���������_. cow._q.uc_ meat.  , S, J: E_.a_-i.i___,  lE, Puiest, ageat.  Dated this 28tb day of March, 1911.  TENDEUS.  Separate Sealed T*.ndt-r.s for sup  plying the Union tfc <_<������;im������s Ui*-*---  t.-nit Hospital, CumlairlniMl. for  ��������� taw year from Juno lsr, 11. U.. to  ���������J mie 1st, W12, with gniwriws  meat, milk and butter. Samples*,  of Tea, Ct-ifoe> Cocoa etc.. n> it> ds-  liverod at the hospital on or l*-  i'are May 27th l'JII. All tenders  to be sent tb F. Dalby, Secretary,  by May 271 h 1911.  Tbe lowest or any ten������lo',   not  neces8i*.rily accepted.  - * ' _������ *���������   ���������" NOTICE.  Mo sittings v.'ill be iwivie after  the l7tli, of this month. ���������*<������ tlsose  desirous of having photos taken  will please call before ilmt date���������  17th Kay.  JOHKSOK BltOii.  WANTED���������A few boarders iu  private family.    Apply thi- office.  WHITE "WYANDOTTE, and  PEKIN DUCK haicbing eggs  ���������$6.oo per 50; ������10 ���������������<.> pr joo.  ImpuovkdSharpi.ks Straw-  bi.kky FLANTS���������S4 50 per 500.  L. F SOLLY,  Lake view Poultry I "arm,  Westholme, E. & X. Ry.  NOntJK u hereby given that 30 days  after do e 1 intoud to app'y to the Hou  Minister of Lauds for a license to prospect  tor ooal nnd petroleum under the following  de.cril.td lands situate in Sayward District, It C.:���������CWimeuclog nt a poat plant-  o*.l at the nortbenst corner of Ttmbar l_t������ e  No 47, on die bank ������i Campbell River,  then.*, dne.with 77.lt> chaius more or lea  to tlie B-ititbtast corner of 8-vid Timbt r  Lease No 47 and Qameant River India  It.serve, thence due west 80 chains, them,  due west 80 chain., tbeuoe due nnith 80  uhaias, thence dne east SOchairts to plaoe of  commeneement.  Mama J_*sk Pi.ii__r,  E. Priest, agent.  Dateed this 28th day of M _rch, 1911.  NOTICK in hereby given that 30 days  after date! intend *o npply to the Hon  Minister of Lands (or a licens. to pr._pett  for coal HUdjpetrolenm under the following  d-._o.ibed lands situate in Say������ ard District and being the Campbell Rim Indian  Reserve: Commencing at a post Bituate ��������� n  ihu bank uf Campbell River and being tbe  north* eBt eoruer of eaid Resoi-ve; theuce  due south 23 chains more or lea. to ihe  southwest comer of said Reserve: thence  due eaat .0 cSaiiie to sea ch; tutnoe uot.  therly and -.otiln.efct.rly alout; sea beach  an pbtll River t-i place of commence  nent. K. Pkiest,  Dated this 28 ch day ������>f M������roli, 1911.  NOTICE io hereby yiven that at the  next meeting of the Board of License Commissioners of the City of Cnu>berland, 1  intend 10 npp y for a renewal ��������� f the hotel license held by me for the Cnmberland  HoU.l, situated on lot 1, block ���������*, Cumler  landToffusite.  WILUAM MERRIFIELD.  Dated t������ is 15th day of May, 1911.  FOR SA.LE���������One inc-ubHtov  nnd two brooilerd, C������jjn������rity 860.  Price $50 for the lot. Apply this  office.  COURT OF REVISION.  ^A.Cmirt of Kevision will lr iu*ld in the  City Conrtcil Chumbcrs on Tliursday,  M;iy 18th, 1911, at 7.30 P*'������*- ���������',*1' l,*e P"r-  pose of ht-ai in-,' complninis, if ,mv, against  the assessment of property in ihe City of  Cumberland (nt ihe yoar 1911  Any person or persons iiiiviag complaint iniM j*ive notice in wri iifi.r at least  ten days before tlie due of mcf-tin**;.  ALKX. McKlNNON, Ci'v Clerk*  Cumberliinil, B.C., April 5th. 1911.  10% BONDS 10%  An Attractive   Offering  for a Short Term  Investment.  We can offer the conservative  investor for a short while' only  an opportunity of placing his  surplus funds in a hij^lf-class' security heuring a rate of interest  ot leu per cent.  mi���������1���������i_m������ n������   ��������� 1������1 ��������� in'   ��������� ������������������  Only 150 oE these Convertible  .Debentures at a par value of <*c������ioo  each, nvailttble,  J)o not i-anible iu stocks,  Mhare,s and oilu'r fonn������ of ,sj)eeu-  la'ion, bur IN VKS'l* where your  pi*inci|utl and uucvlml is secured.  Wurric for further particulars  .ofthi*; IJoud issiit whi 11 h par-  licularly nt true five to investors.'  Prompt application is H'cc-snary  as number is limited,  B_���������.1)IA(I SEGUMTIES,  ii.an.8D.  'V'������neou\ei i HTi.,c;~  1101 Dominion Trust  Building,'  Vancouver. B. G.  NOTICE iH hereby given thnt nt the  next meeting ot the Board of Lie m. e  Comitiissiouers of the Gitv Of Cmnb r-  lnnd, I intend to apply for 11 renewal cf the  wholesale liqnor licenac held by me, *>it-  uateil on lot 12, block C, CumberUnd  Towu.ite.  JOHN MAR0CCHI  Bated this 15th day of Mny. l'JII.  bmm������a**m*mamaw**t������*m*m*������m m*m*m*m-m*m^^m<m*^'^m  NOTICE iri hereby given that at th  next meeting of the Bonrd of Lice Be Com  misaioiiera of the City of ( umb-rlimd, ]  intend to tvplv for n reneonl of the hot  el license hold by me tlio VVavi-rly  Hoel, situated on lot 2, block 3, Cumber  Innd TowiiBito.  FRANK DALLOS  Dated this 15th day of Miy, 1011  NOTILK is hnrehy givan thut nt th*-  next meAtiuff of tlio Board of Liobi-sh  Commis-iionoi'B of tho Ci<y nf Cumber-  laud,    I    iui.iid   t������>     apply    tor     11  renewal of the hotel lioiinne ht-ld hy uip  for the Now England Hotel, situatt'd on  tho eBHt hnlf of lot fl, in block 8, Cumber-  land luwieite.  JAMES WALTERS.  Dated tills lCfrh dny rt  U  NOTICK in  Ueri'by give'i thnt  ivt  tbo  noxt ine.tintf������f tho llouril of LioHitpeCtun  miuHii'tn r������ of tlio City ot Cumberland, we  .intend to apply for u renewal . t tlio Jio ���������  el licnoo hold byim fur Ilia  Veidome  Hotid. pituutoil ou lot 5 block 3, Cumboi-  lund Towimit..  WILSON * BRAVlDEltO.  Dukdtliii ir>Ui diy of Muy, 1011.  SO.K.'K ������������������ lift by .  !if    I- i|~.������ I    11'   p i    I)  Ml    ll>������,    'M   ���������i|')������  p|)ly  ���������.   ihu  [( n  l'i  Ci.  U.f i\  tjrt-.* --i 11 I  1, !������������������ ,iin������iv   in    bun !h   ftriil  I    <���������   Ci    lilui !���������<!���������!     f..r   ,,itn\  ������������������>   I    ),,-  f.-",,'.'i,|;H''-*-'ll������-  111 Su, v<m !>-,- ti.i,, |{(*,  '���������   ���������   ������> < t   s>   :.Mt ut   the  1 Ti-.l-"-- i.������-H������ .V������������. 18,  !>    , .'1    ������������������:' .inn;     -I,  uri,    dun  ������������������- '   ';.'-i < -- 'I -.- 11 uihTn '-hiiini-  ���������   1 1 ', (t n ., Hi l'.niini iir; ul ,-niil  1 -i "i     ti, .K"U -.- =\U"   -.- ��������� , v.  .'-���������>]  ,>���������-,!��������� * 1 jiMc- <if (vr*iini-i<i"-'ii>-M*>.  MiRII J������MH  l'������*l������#t,  !���������.   , . !.'((  I';*.** tM* HHtll ittf VI  iitl.it,   l'.������,l  NOI'ItE ii liort-by lylvon that ot ihu  in-xt iiim.linc of ilift Himrd of Liuouao Com-  iniNMioi)er*i tor iho City nf Ciiiilioilind, 1  intend to u-jply lor a hiii.aiiI of Um wliol-  ������������lu Hipinr liconHu liold liy tti<-, id natd on  loli 0, lilouk 15, Ciii-i|-erlmidTowiin.'t.,  C1ALI MU8.1ATTI.  iMtpd llii������ l.tli .Ivy .f Mu/, )l)||.  im.-,   11-1   ���������.!!������������������ ��������� iii-i-i'  i_i������iP������ini-iii-ii-���������i^i-nn.-- uim   1 ������������������������������������n���������nrwui _iii>���������nWr  N()TI(!E uli������i'������hy givm tint ut tliu 111 xi  fiici'ting wf thu lli'd'd of Liu-iiHO Comiui**  wmio h of the City of Ouiiilmi-liiud, 1 iu*  tend to upply for 11 rmiowiil nf iho whole  riiilojiijiior J|of������M������ hnjd by nn, jiillintod  <m lot 12, blfiulc 7, CiiiiibiiriiMil Toivositu  PKAN1C iiCAVARUU.  i.Mt,.ii ini��������� t.ii'n ������*) nt M*), '.'.)!!  NOTIilltiHhmol-y uivon Unit at the  ���������i������'xt iiituling of the Huirl of bico"K<  L'tmi'iiindt'iicim ol tlto City of Cuiuber.  !������������������-:', J i.-i^nd to niinlv foi u ronnwnl t������f  the w!iiolo*i)l<> licjuor llcyum) liulil by ill",  ������ttinted <n lot 0, l)l<n;k7, OnuiburUiid  Tciwimita,  VIOVOH IION0RA.  Uiitwl UiIh intlnlny <������l Mny, lllll  i.  UKTHMNG KIIOM HHS1NKS8  SALK, Connit-tiiiu; of n"'ihj,**-.tnji-  iiM.r. ln<!i!ni*>', step Im'^Um^ iV   nic,  ll..I,TI.(���������llHt(l  -.(-  VI i  t\ t!  i  !i\ 1 Ik-  r a *��������� *  I ry it.  N  SPATES  The TAILOR.  .  '   CIvEANlNG, PRESSING  ���������and''REPAIRING. ���������  Ladles' WoHc  a Specialty,  8AYWAUP LAND DISTHICT.   ,  DiBtrict of BnywM'd,  TAKE notice that Onorgo Lttiooiter HI-  mington, of Vuiioiuivi-r, H.C, iiicoliiinlc,  liitnide to apply for pormlii<ioii to pu rolia.o  the following doHuvihed liiiidH:--  ('otnmonoiiigat a poit pinntod ������t the  Soul li went- coruorot lot .152; thonoo north  KO oliainn, thotiuo wcvt 7*> thuiiiH, thonco  (.ulitb fiO ohainH, thonoo oftHt 7f������ oliuiiH, to  pohit ot ooiiiiiiuiiooniont, CoiitaiiiSiig tlOO  norpi, mo't* or Ichh,  c,v.i I'.-'i-' i-iimw-i-cii KiMixri'i-nv,  ltuhm-ti IIimiiv Clio,tunc, ugtnt.  DHtedMiuohDili 1UU  KAVlVAUH LAND DIKTUICT  DUbiot nf Haywnrd.  TAKE NOTICK that Patrick William  I.0-II0Olnrk,  if Vimnnitvrri  It.O,, Uw  clork, lutondH to upply for '������������������'nnli'i.inn to  tiiuchaie tho ffi'lov- ing dnM*ril>oil   IhihIh;  Cowiinfiiclng  at  11 pout plii������tt;A   ut  tin.  ���������'oulh'Ae t vnmnr of Jof .IM; Ihnnoo onst 80  j ������������������liftlm*,   'linico B'Hith Ut  chiiiiin, -hwii'i'  1 went tlO{'htiiit*, tli(i'e������ iinuth HI oluilnB,  i UiMUO" *'fli% '���������" oli.-tifi**, ttoiw-fl uihi'i .0  cli������ii't* t<* pltn:*:> of i"oii������moi,v,'"inont, coot tin  i i g 57<l*<'r������v������. nnni> ur l< 1,  V BALED TENDERS aildrei-Roa 'tn.tlm  ���������. --* tind������i*������igut*d, und endi*r.-cil ���������'Tiiiditi'  for Puhlio Building, Orunhrook, B,0.,  will bo rpoeivt'd tint I -1.00 P.M., M. ndii>,  June 12, 1911, for tho ootiHtniotioii of n  l-ublio Huildiiig at ('runbroul', il.O,  . : Plnnu, Bviooihonllon and' form ot! eoii-  traot uun bo ������t>on nml 'forms of tender od*  tuined nt tlio olllee of, Mr. Win llundciwiii,  Uouidont Aionlloot, Vioorin, U (,'., ot tho  Post Ulllou, Crjinbiook, and ut tni. Do.  partmont.  P.rHoiiH tendering aro notill.d that tond  or������ will in-t ho ouii*ildMi������(l unlo b mado on  tilt" prihtml loimv Biippliiui, aid Bigiud  wil.il ihtir )i<ij,ii/i] t.jgiirfUiri-8} Htutmg thoir  oooitpatii'iifi una |.l������uo������* ti,t i'uhIuciico. In  the enn. of tirin<v UuhouhiI kignutiuv, thu  iiuttiio of tho t-oonpntmu nnd pluouof resU  donuo uf ouch uioiiilH-r of thw nrm nmnt be  Btvoii,  Knelt tuiubr mint ho iictjuinpauloil hy a������  iiooopiud oiuipiomi n olurtorud hunk, pay*  llblo to thn ordor of tlio HououruUU tliu  Mlnlmor of Pnhlio W^rks, oipiul u������ ton p.*  uoat (10 p.c.) 1C tliu 11 mount ������f the tendfi',  whioli will 00 forfoiioii u iho ./Oit'on tuun-  eriug do.l 1.0 to outer In ton coiilruotwl.ou  uul od upon to do ������Oi 0." f .<l l> tiomiiletti  t-hoxnn'. 1*1,11-rni'toil lor.    If the tiii.llur tie  'not ti i-optud thn ul.m-u. will bu loturnuil,  Thn lJi*pai"iinnti. doua uot idtid i.NOlt to  noeopt tin* ]owu������t or any toitdur. '  My order,  K. 0. DKSH0OW.IW,  S.-i.-.'-. ini"'  Dapnrtitient of Pnhlio Worlin,  Ottnwri, hUy l.'l. 11)11.  Niwnpijwr* will n<it hu paid for tlii< ad  verli.otitKUt if thoy iiucrtu without nutli  ority Ir^m tin- l.)<**.'i>r.i'HUt.  District ofS'nywa'rd. r  TAKE NOTICE tlv.t William  Ciil'dwell, of Lannrk, Ont., mining  mini, in tond ti tu "apply for penn'iB  Bion to-purohafin.tbo, following de*  scribed landn:*���������potriwoi*ioing nt a  \)im plnnteti nt the northwest corner  of Lot 400, Oitrrlnafon Buy, .Sayward Diali'ict. thonoo followirii* thi.  nonh houndary of ot ������������������.DO easterly  for 40 olutin.s, thonco north 2(1  ohiiinH, thonco .woet- lo the whore lino  iliouoe uouilnvtisterly und following  the cliore lino to tho point of com-  n.eMComonl. containing Ichs than 80  noro*-.      Wii.mam Cai.dwkm.,  Jno. .\!nnson,ngont  Da Kid Feb, 28th, I Oil,  SAY\VAUlTu.J.) DWTKJOT.  DlBtrlotofHnywnrd.  TAKE iiGtioo that Sldnny HoaHiiiiiii, of  Vnnuoiivor, B C, inoi-liauic, intend** to  iipi-lV for pflnniBfilon tnpiirolmfio tho fob  Imvinir ilfiHciibi'd IiiiiiIh!--  G(<itiniiuioing at 11 pont plu-itod nt tho  flnuthwout coriifr ot lot M2\ thonco noiitli  80 cliniiii, thonco wo������t 80 ohnim, thoico  SAYWARD LAND DISTltlOT.  District of Snywnrd. .  TAKE NOTICE that Arthur.'.Uriwland  Bout, of Vnncoiiwr, B.O., tniiidport ngunt,  iutomls to npply for porrainflion to purohnyp  the fidlowiug donoribed IhikIb:*��������� Comuione^,  lug nt 11 pobt plimto^nt the noutlionst oor^  nor of lot 5-1(1, od 1I10 nortb Ixni.nlnry of  lot 517, tnonot* uorth 80 oitaioB, thonoo  cant 7_cha"->H thonor Bonth ���������80 ohainfi,  thoiiOv-|wcHt 75 chains to pointot ooinnionco  monfc, oonvftin'itifi. (W0'uor������H, moro or lew,  AllTlItm RliWIiAND I'KH'r,  Uoliwrf. Ifmiry CheBtnut, ugon*-.  Dated March 7th, 10U.  SAYVVAKI) LANIjWhTRiCT.,,',_'*.-'  IMHtrict of Saywurd,  TAKE NOTICE that Sonviel 1 loimmiiiu  of Vancouver, H.U., iiiiehiiulo,'iiiiendn to  npply for purmifHioi) 10 pint'lmso iho fol  lowi g ilimorilbml Imid-:���������Comnutuiiiig ot ii  pont plniiluil nt tho Hriiitlitvtiit ooriiur uf lot  oliO: thonoo oait 100 uhnjnn, thoium Hiiiuh  ���������lOclmiun, tlmiioo wort,7tioli'iii<H (moro oi*  lointltlitmoo north 5 oIiiuiib, thonoo u-i'Mt  8.1 ebaini, thonoo toi'th ?15 uhnlnn to poii t.  of oommeneentniit, onntiihiiiii' 000 noro������,  more or loan.     .S.imi'ki. IIkakmav.  Hohovt lloury Obemnut, nf,ont  DntodMnroh 8th, Kill.  lllll i u  \)*l ^,it������l^.4  thctic*' <>\?t IO /'IhiIin*.   t,i  I.WS-'  P.trnH'K VVn.i.itv bitMi* CmitK.  ll.iS r- Mi- ry Chiiiiut, ������.g������*i������l.'  II'   .vou  PKINT1NO  WANT  GO    TO  GOOD  THI  Batisd Mtuclil'llt, MM.I.  NKWS. PIRST-CUbS WORK  f.-);mu of c-iiiiir,cnp(*m',.nt   cnntninbig ft-10  (ior������i", moro or Inns.  Hn'KKV Hk.inmav,  Uob-rt Henry Ohoitnnt, ngont.  Dated Mnroh lUh, 1011,  ^  SAyWAKD LAND^IHTJtlOT.  District of Snywnrd,  TAKK nnthfo that Niinolto Joseph, of  Vauoonvor, 11. <V, Spumtor, inteiiiU (0  npply for permUiloH to purohimo tlio fob  lowing donorihed lnnd������i���������  ('oitntifticmg at **. pout pinntod at Iho  Hoiill*eiir't--Al-Oi,of lot<i-17i thf-n-'o north  80cli������iPH, thonea oavt B0 ohninH, tlionao  iouth 80 elultm. thorcn woit 80 cdinina  to tlift p dot of cominan.nin.nt. oontain-  liigd-lO aciOHmoroorloRH.  NASKITH JtWW'll,  Hohort Homy CWUniL, ngunU  l.atrd March 7tii, 1011.  SAYWARD LAND DISTltlOT.  Dintrictof Bay ward.  TAJCr. wuli.- ILut Fnau.-p-I'T-M-gl*-***-.  mto vt W. V. "BrfMi'hiu-*,, of Vnnp.iwtvor,  D.C., intoudu in apply for ponnUainn to'  piirchiiRO tlio fnllowiug denorihtnl lund-i���������  t'oiniiionglng nt n pont pinntod 40 ulminM  wnstof tho soiitliomt oornor of lot Bt7jt  thoi .ftoiut r^u Mi.iiiu, iin-iii.. miiiUt iQ  ohninH, thonoo wmt 120 oluiim, thonco  north 40 olmlim to point of oommonot moi.-,  contnining 480 norbs, more or ]������im.  FlIANOKH IlllOlJdllAM.  Uobort Honry Choutuut, agent  Diitwl Mnroh Bib, Mill,  iiorvouM fyiitom,  in-,ilto.i   niiw  mt", IMtthlu, Mi-iiMiimI JUrnin. 1l'*t',% D-n-  1i0iiiu*nt>Vi wJfiwf Wttthntn*. hmUnUiin, ii; n-.  wrt,,rrhtM,aml Kff_ft*nfMn������*nr kiwmu.i,  lHM|lp������rJ*rt$.i.xtor#a. iim\vM\i\Mim<A *.  will miw, fti'il i������if ull drnpakt* or nmllnl In  plnln jitttr. on rwolnt nf n-_lr>D. JVctn immr Mkt,  w_������*l/ftf,���������TH������Wiwei Modlolnn Oo.  vJfoj-iitcWi/Ir.njCuor) Toroiit<-*,o-i^ mtia)*mjuib**m***&*&umiii$  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,^/  ' APPLICATION- FOR STORING WATER  (a ) The place of the propoaed resarvoir  ���������for storing Comox Lake, B.C.  (t.) The means by vbioh it is propoaed  to atore the water by a dam at outlet of  __#_ke. ,   -  , . ''  ,(u,) The area pf the reservoir  site  or  sites at each foot in deoth abovo the outlet  ,3000 acres.   ���������   ���������  (v.) How is it propo-jed to acquire the  land neoe.iary for the purpose By pnrohaee  if necessary.  (w!. Approximately the number of acre  feetiuteuded to be impounded 80,000.   *  (x.) Whether it ib proposed to lower the  ���������water in any natural Hlceor standing body  of water, and, if no, than���������  1. Tho anticipated exteut of the lowering Not lowered.  i. The moans proponed to be adopted to  low������r and refill   8. The uaiure and clmraoter, in detnil,  of the works propoaed to be constructed to  provide for the disch_rge aud p������nning buck  ofthewa-er By .concrete dam witli regu-  __tiug glides oontrolliug die discharge.  [S'guature]  AVkuunotox Oolukky Company, LtD.,  W. L Coulho.v, General Manager.  (P.O. address) Viciorin, B.C.  Januaiy 16th, 1911.  Holiday  'Brew  For Sale by all  Hotels  in Kegs or Bottles  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B.  COPVRIGHT.  "\  /__  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -      FOR   SALE   BY      -     -  Walwprth-Rolston Co.  ���������  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, Bv 0.  )  ���������   WATER NOTICE.  *   O m**m_i_-_  NQ/riCEUs, hereby; given that an  application will be 'made under Part  V. of the- "Wal-ei" Act, 1909," **������ obtain a lieejae in tlio Division ot O -mux  Dis'rtct*.  (a.) The name ot Company In full:  "Welling";, u Colliery Ocuipi.iy,   Limited.  Thi head oiHoe Victoria, B.C. -  The   capital,    h W.   divided, 'showing  amount .wid up ������2*010,0000 .divided' into  ���������20,000 i-hiireB of $IO0.UOeuch fully paid up  (lfi, for mining purposes) Free Miner's .Certificate No   (b.) The name of lake, stream or  source (if unnamed, the description  id Piintle'gJ Kiver.  (cl) The point of diversion:- -At a  point-above the falls on  the   Puuiledju  River, Comox Di trio*;.  , (*d.) The quantity of water applied  for (in cubic feet per second):  070. *   '  (e.) The character of the proposed  ivoik : bmerati'ig piaot, power works, and  oleotric works, aod plaut a id other machinery and conveniences necessary for'producing power,  (f.) The premises on which ,the wa-  __ter__is_to_b_e_iised_( descjnbejswne)'___ On  or iu tho vii-iuitv nf tie W-llinjjt'i- < old  ery Company'h Ltd. property aud holdings in Comox D strict. ,  (gO The purposes on which the wa-  ter is to he u<od: Generati.i*. oleotnoity,  and 'or light, heat, power, operation of  motors, engine*, andmiolnneryofali kinds  and generally for theexerciaa of all powers  an-l priyilogeaof apoaer company liudei-  Tart IX. of above Act.  (i.) If the water is to be UBed for  power or mining purposes describe  the place whore the water is to be  teturnod to some natural chaanol,  and the difference in altitude between  point of." diversion nnd point of return At a convenient pluoo brlow the  .Stouftliton FaIIh iu tho vioinit*" --utlet  JJrown Itiver, Seotions 10 and 14 T ��������� , 0,  <Jmnox District. ���������, Too point o re im is  ahoiit. 200 foot lower nltitudo thai- . . poiut  of ili> oraioii.'  (j.) Area of Crown land intended to  1)0 occupied by tho jiroposed works:  "Nouo;  (k.) This notice was poatod on tho  ���������s'xcoGiitli day of January, 1011, aud uppl -  oiition will ho mado fn tho cimmiHdio er  on tho 2prd day of Pclwnnry, 1011  (1.) Ive'tho names and addresses  of any riparian proprlotors or llc-  <msos who or whoso lands aro likely  to bo affected by tlio proponed works,  ������lthor above or below, tho.on.let!',  W liin^tJii uilliory Unmpttiiy. Ltd.  Attach    copy of-audi parts of tho  Company's momor'aliiJum of aiBocla-  tlon an authorize 'ho proposed application nnd works  . {HiRiiatmo)  VVEt,l,lV(lTON0oi, 1,1)1   HY i  ���������W, L. Coui.hon, Gonornl Maniiijoiv  (l\0. luldnn) __. Victoria, 1������.U,  Extraot from tho mkmiikvnohm or ANHOor*  A'l'IIIXOI" Til 1-1 'WMIiUWITOK Com.ikiiv  COMIMNV, I.1MITKII,  (ii) To aiHiiiiiiP by pnrolittso, grant, Ipnso  or in Miy othor miiitnor, ,wntor or  rlylitHto wntor .. ........ ,  [-1] To oury on tlio liusinoB. of   clcotdo H\-lit, li<-nt nnd power supply   0| To miitiufaotiuo Mill uso iiH n mniivo  power ultiotriijity mi to iiuniifactiiru  or no<|uira plmt, nwohlnory, iipiiiirntnu,  mid miitorlulli nf <tvory klpd fur tho pre  duoiiou ���������inihli-.tribotloii nf oloctrftiity. ,,  t.i Kdiierntvi into or tliapono of supply or djt-  [l iiiiilu i iwi/mv''.^     , . ���������, n,; I'tiliv',''!,' ti*  lnot-vtvpowm* and to rionnti'iint-, Iny  down, o**t 'blinh, mvl carry out aablnri,  wires, liuoi, noouiiiiiliitoiH, lamp, and  work*.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking any block.,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  belonging to tlie "Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off tlie land  of tbo sm'd Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish anywhere except  aftho dump provided, or neglecting to level it when tipped to the  satisfaction, of the Company, will  be prosecuted,.o' the full extent of  t!i.la.\v.      "     " ���������        "  -" w. it. coin_sOi\,  -  General _,laiiii.o_ei\  Welliugton Colliery t,o*,y.  VoTK'E,  Riding on locomotives nnd   rail,  -v&v cars of   the , Union Colliery  Company by any  pei*son  ur   jier-  '30ns���������-excep't tain crew*���������i. strictly  prohibited-    Employees  Te "?ub-  ;if*c to dismissal for allowing sam-  By order  W." L..COULSON,     ;  General Manager- -  ^-^rV-****-***v*<*-*'^^  "cTHTfARBELLr  Makea You. EXPEXSC3 Light  Makes Your DiSCUlTS Light  Makes Your pAKES Light  Make������ Your BUNS U.ht  Makes Your LABOR Light  ORDER .FROM YOUIt  GROCER.  n.W.C'.LLETTCO.,LTO.  Toronto, Oul.  HIGH GRADE STOVES'  And all  KITCHEN . lUThNSlLS  Sportsmens Goods  and  General Hardware  f^l^VV|M^*4*^*VVM5  is indispensable in the  camp, and for all  impromptu meals.  AddalittieBOVRIL  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  ������7  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Gardiner AN  exander Brady Spencer of Alameda  Gal., occtiporion plumber, intends  lo apply for permission lo purchase  the following do.cribed land.:������������������  Commencing at a post planted  about 30 chains west of the souih  east corner of Sec.inn 24, Township  21, thence west SO chains, thence  south 80 chains, thence east 80  chains, thence north tn south .ooie  of Wolf Lake, thence westerly along*  Houth shore to wesr end of lake,  thence eapt along north shore about  40 chains, thence noiih to place of  commencement, containing 400  acres more or lets.  ''.Scribed on post, G.A.B.S.'s N,E.  corner.  Gardner Alexakdks Bkady  Sl-EKCEU.  Dan Clnrk. Agent  Dated December 14th, 1910.  RITP^BT liAND Dl^TItlCT  District ofKlup-rt  TAKE notice that Fndora Mne Lm-soi;  of Voucouver, K. O.   ccoiii-ation "jWido'T,  i toml. ui apply tor per  i_.-i<.m to .pur.  chase the followirg d*-Bcril>nl Ift.ds: 0<-_i  raenoiug at at a p.-fit plnnled  -.bout o.-u-  mile north aud 40 cIirusb ea^ t uf the S. E.  comer of Secniou 4, Townthip  8,  thenee  north SOehaia*,'th<Mioo c������pi SO cluin.,  tlioncu south 80 chains,   thenco west 80  cl aius iu place o' couimonceiauiit, cout^iu  iuR CiO acres, mi re or loss.  Sonbed on po-t'ESSL'R S.W. corn...  ' E.vdora Mae Lkehok,  Dm OUik, Agont.  Dated December 11th, .1910.  RUPKRT LAND DPTUICT  District of Rupert  TAKE  "NOTICK    that Adelaide Ester  O'ark    Hr-wn,   of   Brookfield,   N.  Y.,  marrird womau. iuteoda to apply for par-  m'iBaion to pnrchuae ths fi*lIow������n(,������ diw-rib-  edland.-,���������Coinuieiioiug at a pest planted  at eontlvwcst con er of Section  1'J, Township <), thonoo north  80 ch'nins,,   thenm;  cast 80 chain.,   thence   nouth   SO  cliairn*,  thVnct west 80 ohainu to place of commen-  ment containing 640 norei more or lens.  Scribod on post A.K.<L.J.*e S.W. cor  AdKI.AIDK KSTKU Cl.A'KK BROWN,  Dan (.iurk, a^uEf,  Dated Dfo.ro'.or lilth, 1ft 10.  RUl'ERT I.*\NI) DISTRICT  ��������� ��������� District of Rupert  vTAKK notice, that John Henry  Kerrin.l) Richi-rdf-on, of Vancou  ver, B. C, i ccupation S'cambnal  Steward, intend*" to apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:.-���������Commencing*- at  a post planted about 40 chains  north of the. southwest corner of  Section 3, Township 21, thence west  80 chains, thence south 80 chains,  thence east 80 chain**", thence norfh  80 chaine���������to--place-of-commencement containing G40 acres more o**  -lees.  J. H. K. RV N- E corner.  John Hknky Keuiiussil RiciiAitn-  SOX.  Dan Clark, Aq;ent. T  D*ted December 16th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of,Rupert  TAKE notice Ihat Richmond  Charles Biss of Vancouver, B; C,  Broker intend. <o apply for per  mission to purchase the-following  described lands:������������������Coinmencing> at  a post planted at i _ post between  Section 18k, Township 9, and Section ��������� 13, Township '20, tlnnce west 40  chain'-, thence south -40 chains,  thence west 40 chaini-, thence south  80 chains; tl.euce east 4U chains,  thence north 40 chains, thence east  40 chains, thence north SOehnii.6 to  Piace of coriimencei-'cnt, continuing  640 ������ores more or less:  -'< Scribed on post RGB's N E cop.  R.TCHMOND CIIAHTjKS  BlSS. '  Dan Clark, agent.  Dated Decern her'19ih, 1910,  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  The Oontial Hotol for Hportsnion  None bui the Hest of Wines and Liquors  \ fairfield |  : store :  J. JACK,   Phop,  at die Mar.  RATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Prop  t  ������'  t  I  <  <   ^ ���������    _  4. DnnBinuir Avo.  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits and Tobacco  Vancouver Ice Cream,  ltUPEKT LAND DISTRICT  Diati i.t of Rupert  TAKE. NO HUE thut-James llrailahnw,  ot Emporia, Florida, onrpeui.r, iuUnus  to a-jpiy for porniission tu puroba-io the  following described lani'a:���������Uomint'So.ai;  <it a post plumed '2 mi lei went of the K.I..  .iii-m-r oi Seodnu 24, township "20, thence  nurth .0 oh ins, tlx-nco west 80 ohiiios,  tht-noo Bouih 40 cbuins, thenue c-t>t 80  climuB to place of oommttiiuemeut, uon-  taiuinff MO  acres moro or lest*.  fctoibou on pout J B's S.E. coiu.r,  JAMKH IhUDHHAW,  Uuu Clark, ngonf.  Dated Doooubnr 10th, 1910.'  ' RUPERT LAND   DISTRICT  District of Ruqert   .  TAKE notice that Delia Brooks,  of   Vancouver,    B.    C,    Married  woman, intends to apply, for permission to purchase the following  described lands:-.���������Commencing at  post planted at the   northwest cor  ner of  Section    30,   Township   9.  thence east-SO-chains.-thence south  80 chains, thence  west' M) chains,  thence mirth 80 chains to place of  commencement    contairdng    640  acres more or less.  ..'/Scribed on-Pout -J). B'r-.N. W  cor.  -DniiJA Bhooks,   Dan Clark, Agent-.  Dated Decfmher 17th, 1910.  l-TEI.T LAND I/ISTRICT'..  Di.-tri<:i uf K\i). rt  TAKE iiOiiie ilui -".riraiT* .::*mi'S  T-isl-Pi i ( Vancuivpr, B." (\ oocu-  pation i_.j.*re",ss**sM!iniigtr intends to  to apply f'-r pe.mis.ion lo purlDa*-'*  ih.e f������di ing ' de.-i'rihed bind.:--���������  Com iv cit'ij: ar'a'jcai planii'd  abo HO chrt;n_ wt-f vl the- smh  pa corn������-* ,pf Beaion "24, Town-  ship'21,   the ce   wem   SO-chnins,  ti . **  thepce south &(J cl.uuib, ti ence east  80 chainp, thence north 80 chains  io place  nf .'c.'umiei*.eu.ts.it,   oon-  laining 640 acres more or less.  Scribed on po_t N|B J T's N.E;  BKTKTrtAM jAMhS TA'KJiK,  Dan Clark, agent  Dated December 14th, 1910.  R.UPMIT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice  that  Marguerite  Leitch uf Vancouver, B.C,., occupation Siileslady, intends to apply  for permission io nurcha_e Ihe following described lands: -  CommencM'K at a- pont planted  at the n'>rth bast corner of Section  34, Township 20, thence we_t 80  chainp; thence south 80 chains,,  thence eaai 80 chain*-, thence north  80 chains to place of commencement, containing 640 acres, more  or lesB.  *  Scribed on posf, M.L.'s N. E. eor.  MaROURRITE LEITC'H* '  ��������� Dan. Chirk, Agent.  Dated December 16th, 1910.  ���������**���������*���������**''���������������-������ ��������� ��������� ���������    -III '_���������_���������!    - ������ .1 .   ���������_���������������!.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  .TAKE notice that Edna Fit������her  Spencer ofAlarae^a, Cal., marrieA>  woman, iniends to apply for permission to purchaee the following  described lands:���������. ���������- . ;  Coramenciug at a-" post planted";  at theVoath west corner rif Seriion.-.  2   Tdwn-hip   2l'j thence "eiist   80-,'  chains,   thence   north 80 chains,\  thence west 80 chains, thencft .outlv  80 chains to plnee   of  commence-,  raent, conlainin^ (>40 acres more or'.  l'eP8. l  ScribMl'on pnst>E.P,-.P.,R S W.cor. "  KlJNA  FlSHEli  Spt-NC'EK  , ,    Dan Clark. Agent'.  Dated December 16th, 1910:   r 1 __ L  %  <l>  t  (9*  Cumbovland *)������  ������u *.**iri*w^twWTC������*w������*^-Jtt<_r__i  ���������.'NUTICE'TO THIS PUBLIC-  lliivini* bullb a largo wnrehouso and mil'  at Oourlonuy, 1 will in fimiro keep on  hinil ii stock of ull IiIihIh of Hay, ftvuin,  ntid Food at lowest- warkot ratcis, A  Hpi-olally will, bo mado nl roller orusluul  foed f������ir iiewH wliioli will miil.o a mivliiK  of ono third In tliocont1 nl (coil. .Onloni  given tlio tonmstor or It}' pliono will; bo  promptly llltoil. Tluiiiklnu* you for ynur,  pair mmu In tlio pimt aud Mfj'ioiiinyr n oon  tinuuncoof tliMnatno on broadur Iuioh, J  bog to loniuin  Your* to commnud,  HYRON CRA.WFOED.  Dealer in  ALL KINDS OK  fruit, Candy Cigars,  Cigarettes & Tobacco.  llotiova IMocU,  OUMMERLAN [.),]].().  ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Applications Wanted*  1   WMHWMM  CITY OP CUMBERhAND.  A M-UCAtlONS marked "Applicn-  ���������*��������������� lion for Gity I'olice " will be received by (he undesigned np to Mon-  d-iy, May 22ml, hi 6 |i,m,, for ilic|io-iiti  nf Ciiy Police for niRlit duty. DtUie*  c iumcr.ee M.-y 31.1,  ,S ti irv fcin per mmi'li anil one (.nil of  clniites per yt-ar.  Applitiirit must he of 1.and in_i.il cliiir-  aciei" and of sinvly iciiipm'.ac IntbitH.  A. McKINN'ON, ClTV t'l.KUK.  Ciiy JT.i'l, Mny 'Jtvl, inn.  urn  to  UNION S.S. CO., of H.Gi Ud  N HMTMii-TNiftw ]\w- DrtMrtY - PamiiiiIkMi  UlVKR ROII'IR.  SnillnKnH ni'di****���������������������������  Twin.noruw lUoiunor "OOWIOIIAN"  huitvfrt V-nu'ouvor 'I'liiinday tl p.m.  Ariivo Uiiitut (for Cuniborlund) lfridny  Mi'i-.)l������;������  Atrivun (JHmitx Friday monilnii  Arrive Uunipboll IIIvor I'Mday wiou  1 , Ut-liiriiiiiB1,  Lv    Comox l-'rliUy I p m  "Union Hay      "  5   ���������'  ���������' N*_ni'lmo mfrlnlglit  l.envf'H Vanoouvor, Snturdav 8pm  Ariiv.ti NunuiiiHi, f'ii(urdii)* 12 pm  Anivi'H Uniuiii vSun.luy 0 u 111  (for ('uiiiImUihi]  Arrive u Cdiimx,  Aiiuilny 8 a ni  Huuii'iiliiK;���������  I.wivi*������ Potnox. Hiiinliiy -i \> m  h*ivpu Hi)*'!.. Niinil-iy/ipm  T/-*vm Ni.rilmo, Simdiiy nudtrf'it  [r*il!iJoot 0 t'ii'<n.i������ ivdliiin. 1.0 h', ]  HUPBUT LAND DWTRICT  Pistriot of ltuperti.  TAKE NOTICK thut Cbuiles .ludson  Miner, uf Oi-iichoo, N.Y., rotirod faun-  ur, n.tundi. tu apply for perminsion to  pin onA-e tlio followmtf dm.riboil land-:  0 jin > _.i_iu(. ut/i pont pliinted 2 ml ob  wdbI, 01 tliu !*''���������* loniur of Keolioa 2-1, Tuwn  bhil'20, thenoo ni.rt't 80 uhuins, tlionue  eu,Ht 80 chiiiii������, tliouuu sou ill 80 oliulim,  thonoo v/r t 80 ohninn, tn pluoo of oniiita-  0 .ueinotit, a.'>ntainiiii; 010 nuro^, moro or  lo-in, CiiAiti-itn JudhonMinuu  Scribnil on poat CJM'a SVV ournor  Dnn (!laru, Af.0iit.  Dated DOi'inborllHli, 1010,    ,;:  HUl-KRTI-ANDDIHTRIOT  DlBtrlotof Iluport.  TAKE NOTIOH tlmt.Uwrgo Clrttm U*  roonno Ivlillur, of,Viinooiiv<r. U.C., moult-  uiiliuloiuim or, into dn to apply for pennn*  Hion 10 jiiiioiumo (lie f*'llo\vni������ doHoribod  liiii(li������:-~Oniiimuiiel ig at n p ixt plnntud onu  iiul. omit of tho 1 orth ��������� cut* corner of Siot-  lon 18, Tov/Mnhip I), tliont'o ������iut 80 aiming,  ihenuo nor h 40 oil-dim, Iho tin \v������ >t 81)  olmliiH, thonco hoiuIi 4(1 oluiiiH ti������ place  of oammoneoment, conluiuiu-; !J2() uoroi,  mo 0 or low.  dorihod on 110.1t 00LM ������ S\V oorbrr,  0wmiiii Ouitl'h Laiioc<.hi: Mii,t,F,n,  JJuii Ciurli, A|.diit,  Dntod Do omlii.r 20th, IQI0  ED PERT LAND DISTRICT  , District of Rupert.    ,  TAKE NOTICE that Edwurd Dyke.  of'l!ini,'haruti)n. NY, couohnmn.intoudB to  apply fur percoleHioo to puiohuuo tho following dosoribed lands:���������Uumni.M-iuiij,' at  a p et. phuttd 2 miles wt-Ht ot the  month enfit iwruer of Scotiuu 24, Township  20, dienoo west 80 olminn, thilioe noutli  KO ohainH, theuuo e.iBt 80 chain*', tntuco  north 80 oln.DR tiiplno. ofCMiiiiioii.oinoiit,  otiiiUi���������inii 0-iOaorns, moro or loan,  Soi'ibccl on p mt ED'h N.K, oornur,  liDWAKI) Dvkic, ,  Dan Olark, Agent.  Dated Dorombor 10th, 1910.  ituFisitr lTnj) dmirict  DlHtriot ot Rupert.  TAKK NOTICE thtt Thnmai Frederick  Tusker, of Vaneoiivur, jl.U., I olograph  opor'itui.lntoiids to apply for peimlj-  t-iun io purcbrt.o tho following denoribod  liiiulf*:���������(Jtimiiioncing ul, a poid pliuilml nt  iho norih wo'ifc oornur of 8 oilou 1R, Town  chip !>, thonoo Houth 8*) ohalns, tlinnie  onut 8(1 uIpiiih, thenon north 80 cliniii.,  thoioo wo-.t 80 ohni.'H to phi(*o*f com���������  moncomont, uontiiiiiiiiK 010 iioros, moro  or leflH.  Sorlbod on p<i������t TKT'a N.W  e<*mor.  TlIOMAH FdKDRUieK rABKKIt,  Dun Clnrk, Agont.  DitednocoiiibtrllHli, 1010   I hit ||  '    ^imPJ.RXXA.NJD_._niST������lO-T���������_-  Dislri.r.o. Rupert"..  TAKE notic** thai Haidee Aeiibj-  of Van-jonver, l.,C , married woman,  intends lo apply tor per_riS*-���������icm, to-  purchai-e- the   following  defcribad  landn:���������'  Comm'eti'chif; a,t" a'* po.t planted*  at iho south east corner of Section.  3, Township 21, thence noeth 80  eliaine,; thenee wept 80 chaini",  thenoee south 80 ohaiiif*, ih������nce  on.t 80 cbainti to plaoo of com*'  rneneonient, containing 6*10 acres  more or less  Scribod ou post, U.A.'h S.E. cor.  ITAim-M A'.iiuy ,  Dan Clark, Agent..  Dated December 16th, 1910.  Cook's Cotton Root Compoond  Tho trreob XltoHrso Tonle, noil  only  who  t-tt"tiot'iii! Monthly  fliroiiRtli-  ������ So* ft  ItojfiilMoron \vlilcli woinon can  tbrcodr  I "  nt  /      "'*���������_. _ ITroo pttimplilot. Addroui,  timmmm(t6JmmMt, OormcrbiWka  dopoiul, Pold In tUrco  *'~No.*t, 91  jOdcirnii-s 8U-oni__r_?:ii hip. Hi  for Hnnulul.cMoii, u por do*.  Bold by all aruovuta, or w>'������*  nropnla np, rooolpfc of prwfc  *V(w}������]|.'l������{.r|������^r|wlnlMj-f|i*J->t-4-4������lvl������lw|^  II HI    111     1  _____ UK      1 yi  JOHN McLEODS  irOR IPIUKT-OLABS  CANDY, FltUITH.''������������������  CIGARS & T011A0COS  HUl'BRT LAND'DISTRICT-.  NOTIOK in hor.by (jiven ih������t on tbo tlrut  tl_y nf l)not>mbrr nixt appllottion will 1>o  mud" to tin* Hupcriii'niuiont nf Provincial  Polion. Viuimiii, ff.r the n-nim-nl of thn hotel liceix) if nil I nnorn liy rct.il iu (hu  hotel krinvm m tho T-irt An||ii������t<i h���������tal. nit  imlod nt (!'initi., H.C. .1. B IUh.vi*m,  Dawtl Oct-il-ir 11, MHO.  iTdptrir<< o\ Rlipr.rt.  TAKE uolleothn! Horry Pulton  Archibald of \r 11 ricouver.H U, oil*  irlnoor, iiitondH to npply for pormie*  hIoii to puroliiipo tbo following do  t-.niicu huuli-;    Ci4uu,i,m.ii,^������.c   -v  print plhiileil 4 chnina north of I. M  Loeuon'H nouthweet corner,  thence  north ���������)() ohnin**, thoiitie wiwt  ���������!()  chn'm*,  thonco  iouth  40 cb-iim.  tltoncc ������apt -10 .hnlitB to  place  of  comment onient.    Rontninioi;   1(10  acrca, wior or 1o-<h  Scribed ������������n n-mi H.P.A.'-iS.V: cor  Haiiuy Pattmn AuciintAi.o,  Dun ("lark, agi'iit.  Daled Dew   llth. 1910.  f  ������������������c  C  Ut  ��������� ^1  Ut  1/5  ���������  *****  E  E  0  4-������  4-1  tr,  U4  if)  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Diitrict of Ruport.  TAKE NOTICK thnt I.illi.n Shoppnrd,  of Vanoouvor, B.C., uiwried tvoxian, in-  tenda to ������cply for perinloMiw to ptirrrin>o  ilui followiufl; d-oorihed lan<l-i:~Cnmnton  oiif.  ut a poitt planted tt the south   .fiut  01 ru< r of SiQtlon 2-1, Townitbip SI; tlu-iiou  north 80 ohuins,  theno. wfitiBOchninu,  thfliicc eonth 80'chniriM, theifna omt P.b  chuinu t" plaoo of oouiintno.ot>moiit, coi>-  tni'iinti 0-M) iioron, more or It-m*.  So-ibcdon pint LS'n S.R. comer-  LaitAN "���������'nicpPAni).  Dun Clnrk, Ationt.  Pnti-d December IJlib, 1010.  RUPERT LAND D1STIUOT  Distriet of Iluport.  TAKE KOTIORthat William Wndwna-  Sheppard, of   Vancouver,   R. C,   o������b-  inut niiikor, iBlondi to npply  for pcmi-if*.  hIoii t< puVohnsa the foltowlnp dniorilwd  linuU: ComnionuldR at a piMil plnnlod one  milo went of tho xonthoMt oornor of fii-c-  tion '2i, Towunhlp 21,  tbo-1 ���������>> north  l*K>  chi'liiH, thenoe wiwt 80 oinnuo,   tboi.oo  tow b SO ohainH, tbonou east M ohiinn to  plneo of oommoiioomout, contain iny (i 10  eornu, more or io h,  Sorlbod on'pet-Ik WW B's BE. oornor,  WitiitAK WitrtMAi*; BiiKPpAim,  Dun Clink, Agent.  Dated Pooetnbor 18tb, 1010,  RUPKRT LANFDlillUCT  T>j������triot of Rui'ort.  TAKE NOTIOK that William Kwd-  Hok Tarker, nf V������no������uver 11,0, un-nulannr  ���������m nucnt, intontli* to apply ten i^rmi'ii'nn  to piiroluiHo ihi*f-'llowl k tUfioiibuii liiml-:  t'oinnimioinpr nt a piwt pin-to I, nbout 1  milo ������n*it of tlm iioMhwii������tC'*ni������r of hop-  tinn IH, Towfi**Ip D, tNnoomtmehnl.ift  t' ft".;-    *-Ot.tl'- P0   ������������������l.!>.'     ,   tl,.������''<r"    '' *- t   "-'f  idiatnt'. Imt e.i uor hStl *-hiii a toplno-ifif  (n.miiii'i.ivmnit,  euitaininu  (140   bor<������  morn ni  om.  HoH'i-i ���������'������ po-"* WKT'i N,W. onrner,  Wn.i.tAM Kmnnmew TAftitfin, (  I'm. OUrl., Jifioiit.  lint. .,l 1> ������������������*������ ������.lwr 11������ h.  1010.  JlUI������r.RTLAM)l)HrU10V  OiKtriotlf lttl|:0it,  TAKK NOTtOK Hint 1< bcllu Monl.-  hmi-H. "I V'aocoi'vor, H (3,, .. 1.*-  ol rll, iii-Hlit- to apply t������>r pi'rnniKiivi   to  I tliOhlHl'   III" follrtW h|������  1>"(V ill .', 1 -. ���������. t*,< .; ...  |!<iiimi'in;iiii/ ������t , j.i si |*l ni 1. u*, i.-, r ,'��������� i  >'i>������ <r������n r of "i-ct  ii !13, ,.''"'v, 1 liiii  '.VI.  'lit-   l-l- Hl'lct'l   Hit    l,, I'illH.     \i<V. ,'l������     II!,",       ,'<���������  chin*, thi no-   rmrttt Mi I't.r-iiiK   th,-vi.-',  ^  wo.i.t Sfl  h 1 *,  IM*  .-���������f   ������������������ft'-iriii-i***  nm-1, on 1 tubili'^tMi.iii'ri'ii iii'i'iMi* \i.*f  .-"crib nun p-n't iMV.'N '���������"���������'   m-.r.*,  )nAiiin.i.A M'iMtiioiiti������i  Dun ' lurk, Autut.  n i..i i),c._,ii. iuii. i3iu  4-M 1M*MM l^lM^l llH^Kl ** -ii-  THE   NEWS;   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  DOCTOR  ADVISED  OPERATION  Cured by Lydia E. Pink-  ham's VegetableCompound  Canifton, Ont.���������"I bad been a great  sufferer for live years. Ono doctor  told me it was ulcers of tbe uterus;  and another told me it was a fibroid  tumor. No one  knows what 1 suffered. I would  alwayii be worse  at certain periods,  and never was  regular, and the  bea ring-down  pains were terrible."  I was very ill iu.  bed, and tho doctor  told me I would  have to have an  operation,' and  that I might die  during the operation. I wrote to my  eister about it and-she advised me to  take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable.  Compound. Through personal i, -e-  vience I have found it the best medicine in the world for female troubles,  for it has cured me, and I did not have  to have the operation after all.' The  Compound also helped me while passing through Change of Life."���������Mrs.  Letitia Blair, Canifton, Ontario.  . Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Cora,  pound, made from roots and herhV  has proved to be the most successful  remedy for curing the worst forms of  female ills, including displacements,  inflammation, fibroid tumors, irregi*.  larities, periodic pains, backache, bearing-down feeling, flatulency, indigestion, and nervous prostration. ��������� It cost,  but a trifle to try It, and the result hat  been worth nilllionfltoiufferiugwomen.  THE HEART OF THE CLOWN,  SPRING SKIN TROUBLES  Forgotten   By  the   Men  and  Women  Who Watch Him Perform.  To tho average circus audience u  clown is a clown, pure and simple.  That he has a heart, brain, conscience  and very often the most cherished of  family ties, never seems to enter the  heads of tho men and women who  look upon him as merely the personification of ridiculous fun, They never  oven quite get it through thoir heads  that physically, he is like unto other  men and that what would hurt hia  brothers would also be very apt to  hurt, him.  " . certain old clown," **aid'a performer in discussing this subject,  "got only one real good laugh nil the  time ha was in tho business, and thnt  was whon an elephant stepped on his  foot, aud a mush nd it flat, lie let out a  yell thnt made tlie tent flap, and the  audience roared. And when we carried him out, groaning and biting his  lingers, tho crowd laughed itself sick.  They thought it was an Al clown act.  It is amazing how little the audience  understand .some of the things that  take place in the tanbark arena.  "There waa another clown who was  handed a telegram just a? he was entering the arena. While strutting  along, bowing and scraping and doing  his regular layout of fool stunts, he  tore open his telegram and started to'  read it, just as though it were a part  of his 'business.' This is what he  read: ' ' .,  " 'Father dying.   Come at once.'  "Well, sir. he was just like n crazy,  man. He seemed to forget where he  was���������and' a circus ring is a mighty  bad place to do that. There were performing'elephants and trick and running horses in the arena, and .that  poor fellow, instead of dodging around,  as the clowns have to do, got in1 the  wax of every one <and every thing.  Elephant men would shove him from  beneath the feet of their animals,  horsemen would swerve off to one side  just in the nick of time. He was  pushed" and shoved about until finally' the word got around that something was wrong, and he was led out  of the arena. But whnt a hit \\������  made with the audience; they thought  he was just one of those fool clowns  who aro always in the road."  Pimples,  "Spotty  Eruptions      and  Complexions."  At, this season, scores of people-  girls and young women' especially���������  find their faces disfigured by pimples, dark spots, eruptions, etc.   The  skin  needs  attention���������needs  renovat-   ing after tho trying timo it has passed | , ,.-,,,  through during the winter. |   "I made a great hit at the banquet  Just   think    what.it    has    gone'Inst night.   Came off with a good deal  through!   You have been out'in-, the, of distinction, in fact."  rain and sleet and snow.   You havo1   "1 didn't know you over spoke at  Not Difficult  "I am determined to live in luxurious surroundings and eat and drink  the best the land affords/' said the  frankly selfish man.  - "That ought -to he easily arranged;" j  replied Miss Cayenne. "All you have  to do is to get a situation as a but-  ���������ler."  been at one moment perspiring from  slutting or some other exertion, Then  you have stood to "cool off." You  have spent hours of tho day indoors  'at a temporalure equal lo suntmer  beat. Then you have covered up  your skin���������except your face���������and  gone out into ������ temperature awny f^or?  below zero! No wonder that, with!  all these changes, tho skin of tho  face and neck shows signs of needing attention.  Zani-Buk and Zam-Buk Soap , are  the remedies. Smear Zam-Buk lightly  over the spots, the eruptions, the  sallow patches, at night, and wash  with Zain-Buk Soon (only 25c per  tablet) each day. Then- notice how  quickly your appearance improves.  As the rich, refined herbal essences  sink deep into the tissue, the hard,  scurfy-like pi.tchos are removed.  Better color results. The cells of the  skin become transparent. The blood  beneath is able to impart its proper  coloring to the tissuo, and the delicate bloom of health replaces the  sallowness and pallor of disease.  Zam-Buk is also a sure cure,, for  skin injuries and diseases. Eczema,  ulcers, ringworm, yield to its use.  For cuts, burns, bruises, children's  rashes, etc., it' is unequalled, and for  piles. Mothers will find Zam-Buk  Soap best for baby's bath! All drug  gists and stores at 50c. box for Zam  banquets.  "I don't. I wns the only orfc there  who absolutely declined."���������Chicago  Record-Herald.  with  On the  Books  Psmith���������"No;   I   don't ��������� trade  Binks any more."  Bjones���������"What   you   got     against  Binks?"  Psmith���������"It's not  that.    It's what  he's got against me."  The electrical study crnzo is now  heaving fruit. "Are you a conduc-  asked a lad of an omnibus  guard. "T am," replied the courteous  official. "What is your name?" "My  name is Wood." "Oh, that can't be,"  said the boy, "for wood is a non-conductor."  A Thorough Pill.���������To clear tho etomnoh  and tho IiqwoIs of iropurltioa and Irritants Ih m-cosHnry when their action Is  irregular. Tho pills thnt will do this  work thoroughly are ParmeW. Vegetable Pills, which nro mild in action but  mighty in rpBiilts. Thoy puri-o painlessly  and effectively, and work a permanent  cure. They can bo used without fear by  tho most delicately constituted, as thero  are no painful eft'eots preceding tholr  gentle operation.  His Mistake  "So that's the baby, eh "   -,-  "That's the  baby."' ���������  "Well, I hope you will bring it up  to be a conscientious, upright man."  "I Am afraid that will be rather  difficult,"  "Pshaw! As the twig is bent the  tree's inclined."  "I know; but this twig is bent on  girl,   and   we  are  inclined  ��������� ,      .      ��������� _     ���������   .(being   a  girl,   and   wo  are  Buk  and 25c.  tablet  (or ,-* for 70c.)  to *et it g0 at t*lat<������  for the soap.    If you have any dif-    ficultv in obtaining, order from Zam.  Buk Co., Toronto, and send price.  Shileh's Gun  S"    -lc-!y-_<op_ doaihm. cor������������ colds, ke_h  ��������� throat ami Inmis.      -   ���������  *-  3A cant*.  Street tramways  were  first opened  in (London in 1861.   .  The United Kingdom numbers more  trades union members than any other  country except Germany.  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  will drive worms from tho system with-  out injury to the child, because its action while fully effective is mild.  "Hove you joined the More Daylight club?" he asked.  "I should say not. It's nil I can  do now to.got homo before, daylight,"  replied the old rounder.���������Detroit Free  Press.  The governor-general of Netherlands, Iiidi'i,'estimates the next, crop  of Java coffee at 4,13.1,000 pounds.  ECZEMA AND WHAT  IS DONE TO CURE IT  Desperate Efforts, Disheartening  Failures and Final Success.  Earl  Knits Socks.  The Earl of Aancaster, who is Lord  High Chamberlain of the ��������� English  court, has taken up the pastime of  knitting socks in order to prove,- for  one thing, that he can practice his  belief in the promotion of home industries. This at first excited the  merriment of the duchess, but.it is  understood t'.at she - now not only  sympathizes with the id.a,__bu_t .assists,  the earl in filling orders. " '������������������ '"  The earl insists that homemade  socks aro infinitely more comfortable  to wear than the machine made variety. Ho acquired the practice by  finding that when idly sitting around  he smoked too much! He took up  knitting, therefore, and found it was  a great preventive of the undue use  of tobacco.  On hearing this confession the  Bishop of Lincoln immediately gave  the earl an order for two pairs of  socks, which was duly booked, and  others in Burke's Peerage foil in with  thu fashion.  "You can't make me cry, you brute!  I wouldn't cry for the best man on  earth."  "Of course not. because youve got  him."  Eczema la a akin,, affliction to which men  and women alllco aro subjoct, from tho first  to tho last day of tholr oxlqtenco., It may  occur as a single tiny spot, appbarln. and  disappearing with each olian.o. ln general  health or present only at certain seasons.  'nt the othor extreme, the. whole body may  bo Involved In a torturing' eruption, The  latter condition may gradually arise through  the ncfjlcct or Improper treatment of lesser  troubles or an apparently hciilthy nltln may,  In a slnglo.dny, become a mass of cexcmii,  But whatever the form of Iho nf.ec.Mon, tho  distressing Itching, 'burning,, seal jug nnd  crusting, tho serious disligiiremuul, und the  cntutunt dread that tho cn.emiv will Iwrnmn  clironto, mako a speedy euro tlio nlm of every  lufforer. Unfortunately, such a cure is not  nlwriys readily obtnlnwj. Tlio most skilled  physician Is often nt a loss and even lionpllals  nro forced' to dlscliiirgo tho patlimt hh Incur-  able. Then n wldo variety of remedies are  resorted to, niuny, perfectly lmnnlcsH nnd  flfiually Ineffective,*'others so offensive to  every sense thnt. were It nol for Iho relief  they are supposed to nfford, no person of  refinement would tolerate them for nn Inst-int,  To such sufferers, dUcournged by repeatml  .Allures of even tlieso heroic niotliniU, thn  Instant relief afforded by tho first built with  Cuticura Honp ami gentlo applli-nllori of  Cuticura Ointment Is nlmost Incredible, They  stop tlio Itching and burning nt onco, mako  sleep possible nnd, In most ennos, point to  n speedy cure. Bo ptiro and sweet nroCutlniirn  Boap and Ointment and so free from every  Mib.lanco of u dlsagreonblo or harmful nature  thnt they enn be used without liesltntlon on  the youngest Infant or tomlerost skin, Ito-  sides, they aro most economical, a Bhutto set  being ol ten sulliciciit lor Uiu Uunim-ui ul  m'eti ihf -wcrfift f-n?pti,  In proof of tho efilcaey of tlio ("utleiira  lteim--ll.fi it will bo enough to quote Iwrn %  slnglri letter, from Sirs. Kdwnrd N.iiiiiurr,  11 .Lansing Monk. Wntortown, N.Y.t "I-'our  years ngo 1 suffered with a terrlblu eczema,  being a maw of sores from head to led nml  that tlmo I suffered continual torture from  Itching nnd burning. After being given up  by my doctor, I wm advlicd to try Cuticura.  After tlio first bath witli Cuticura Honp and  application of Cuticura Ointment I enjoyed  the first good sleep during ray entire Illness,  1 olio uned Cuticura Resolvent and the treat*  imont was continued for threa weekf. At tlm  end ot that tlmo I was entirely cured nnd  lmv������ felt no til efft-cti Ulrica, 1 would aAvhn  nny person mffprlnir from nny form of ftkln  troublo to try thn Cuticura lUmedles, u I  know what they did for m������." ,,  Cuticura Boap, Ointment, IteMlvent nnd  THU are sold by drueclsti every where. Potter  Dnig <t Chem. Corp., solo prop.., Ilontnn,  Mass. Mailed hen, on request, latest '12-pagt  Cuticura Book, a p-lde to ths ipenly end wo.  tnomlcal treatment of i-ltln t-.nl scalp _".������&���������.  tlonj, from Inlancy to ������_*. 1  A Sartorial Tragedy.  Many duels are to bo fought at Na-  gyvarad, Hungary, as the result of a  dispute, about tho costume worn by  the president of the local union of  solicitors at'a bull. It appears that  lie attended a ball given by the Niiuy-  vurud law students in a light blue  summer suit and brown shoes. The  townsfolk who had been invited to  the bull interpreted this costume as  tin insult. A meeting of tlio buy students called to debate the question  was of a stormy nature,  One hundred and twenty-two "deadly insults," it is recorded, were offered and aro to be wiped out by a corresponding number of duels. The po-'  Lice broko up.tho meeting, The duels  lire to be fought with swords.  Reason Enough,  A negro had been arrested for ohiok-  en ���������stealing. lie hud stolon so many  that his crimo had become grand, larceny,  Ho wii'i tried, convicted nnd  brought lu  for Rnntnnce.  "Have you any reason to offer why  th- judgment of the court -mould not  bo passed upon yuu?" ho was.asked.  "Well, jedgo," ho replied, "I. onn't  gn to jai. now, nohow, I'm buildin'  a shack out yonder, and 1 jes' can't uo  till I git, It dono. You all kin aholy  see dat."  ���������Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff  f  Lake Huron contains more islands  than an", other known lake.        , .  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Your druggist will refund money ii  PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any  case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding oi  Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.   60c  Steelmaster Carnegie, prefacing the  announcement of his forthcoming gift  -of-another-million,or-_so),.r_eaffi_rms_.his_  intention of dying a poor man. I  expect to do the same���������and not give  away millions, either.  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, u they cannot mcfe  tt������ icat of the disease. Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional dlsiiaw. and la order to cure It you must taki  Internal remodlos, Hull's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and act* directly uiion the blood and muroui  ���������ur'aoM. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a quack tnedl-  clnt. It was prescribed by one ot the beat physicians  la this country for years and Is a regular preocrlpllon.  It Is composed ol the bent tonics known, combined  wllki the best l>,uOd purifiers, actlns directly on the  ���������aueous surfaces. The perfect combination of tha  two Ingredients li what produce* such wonderful rt-  tulta io curing catarrh. Send for teftlmon_t_, free.  F. J. CHENEY * CO., Propa,, Toledo. 0,  Bold 6, OruMlate, price 7lo.  Take HaU'a rami!, Fill* (or eonatlMtiM.  Vicar's Wife���������I'm sorry 1o sec you  coming away fom the public house so  often, Priggs. Blacksmith���������Yes'm.  They won't let mo stay there two minutes. As soon ns I get set'down com-  fortuhle-liko somebody's sure to want  a job done, and out I has to come  again.  "Porfectly Trtmtwnrthy" is tho character of Biolilo'H Anti-Onnaiimptlve Svrup.  It oun bo unod with tho utrooHt, oonfldonco  llmt It will dn what is olalmod for It.  It Is Hiiro in ItR offrctH, nB tho uro of it  will olparly doinom-trnto nnd oan bo rcliod  upon to drive a uold out of tho f-yfltpm  more olTpntlvely thnn nny othor modlolno.  Try It and bo convinced that it Ib what  it U claimed to be.  Why the Honthen Rngo.  "Mo no tnlkce Ohinoso volly well,"  explained the liostcsi" upon grootitii.  Iho di-dingnl-dii'd visitor from tho  Klnwery Kingdom,-  "No mutter," responded tho latter.  "T enn convene tolerably woll In  Kngli.li.**  sir,  Reconciliation   lmpo������siblo,  "T  think  that is your hor.o,  coming back,"  Deposed Rider (andly, but firmly)  ���������Coming back, is I10F Ah, yes. If  you should see lurti will you kindly  till hi;-- hum mo lhat II b u.<.���������)_������������������������-  quite, tjuito ii.eloss.  Could Livo on Love.  Father���������Tho idea of marrying that  jfcuiiti-   fi'llnwt      He   eonliln't,  enough  'Money   together   to  aqua re meal. '"  Daughter���������Hut whnt difference need  Mm', iiwikeP Wo haven't either of un  had abiiof appetite for mouths.  ufirnpe  huy "it  Jockey's Ectnto,  Ono of the largest lorlutit-M ever left  hy n ior-key is the $.TNI,0(10. the value  ol the estate le.'t by the famous rider,  Tommy Lout*, whoso will has ju*it  beei.  proved.  W. N. U��������� No. 843.  First Diroct Heir In 71 Year������,  Lord Milton, tho festivities in hon-  oi o' vdioitu eliliali:uil.V Wiiio utUmdt-d  by Wi,ooo people, is the first direct heir  to the l-'il/Avilllam otlate������ In icveuty-  on ��������� year*.  "What's the difference between a  haunted house nnd a handsome man  about to kiss you?" aHkod Hho coyly.  "I giyo it-up," ho murmured, growing interested,  "Why, you can't lot a haunted  house."���������Princeton Tigor,  Cold Upsets  the Kidneys  And uric Acid Poisons Bring  Pains and Aches to Back  and Limbs.  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  You fool pains in tho buck, find  tho urinn heavy and unduly colored,  havo indigestion and irregularity of  'the bowels and thoro mny bo rheumatic twillROH,  You wonder what hns gono wrong  until you recoiled that you have  been exported to Huddon changes of  temperature, perhaps sitting in a  draft or passing from a vory warm  rooiu lo i-o wdilvu b) Uiu vuluu-i  nir.  Thn IddneyR nre most susoeplible  to eold and a sudden lowering of  U'liipernturt! throws nn extra burden  on them by closing tho poroa of the  skin,  which  are  ordlnnrlly  a  great  ���������   ���������     I i 1     .     ���������   * ��������� ��������� ��������� ,   *,    .     ,      !  UIU    tAl    ViiV,    ������'���������������<>.���������> ; .-���������    .11.    H,������.������'.>>| >���������n    ..,.'.-  ona from the blood.  The danger lies in not understand-  ing tho meaning of the symptoms  given in the first paragraph. Onco  you know that the kidneys need assistance you can lieli. thorn promptly   by   using   Dr.   Clinao's     Kidney.  Liver Pills.  Every day yon put off treatment  you are taking Uie rink of develop,  ing ltright'ri disciine, dropsy or rheu-  matbm. Beeauoo of the inactivity of  thn foiling kidney, your system is  lining loaded with poisonous impuri-  tiei, nnd that means pains and suffering,  A GOOD MEDICINE  FOR THE SPRING  Do Not Use Harsh Purgatives  ���������A Tonic is All You  Need.  Not exactly sick���������but not feeling  quite, well. That's the way most  people feel in the spring. Easily  tired, appetite . fickle, sometimes  headaches and a feeling of depression. Pimples or eruptions may appear on tlie skin, or there may be  twinges of rheumatism or neuralgia  Any of these indicate that the blood  is out of order; that the indoor life  of--,w i n ter-ha s-lef t-its- mark-upon-you  and may easily develop into more  serious trouble.  Don't dose yourself with purgatives as so many people. do in tlie  hope that you can put your blood  right. Purgatives gallop through1 the  system nnd weaken instead of giving  strength. Any doctor will tell you  this is true. What you need in the  spring is a tonic that will make new  blood and build up the nerves. Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills is the only m'edi.  cine that can do this speedily, safely  and surely. Every dose of this medicine helps to make new blood, which  clears the skin, strengthens tho appetite, nnd makes tired, depressed men,  women nnd children bright, active  nnl stiong, Mr. B, Martin, Deux  Rivieres, Que., says: "About a yenr  ago I was all run down, I was pnle,  weak, and hnd but little appetite. I  also suffered from a severe pain in  tho hack, nnd though I tried several  medicines nothing helped me until I  liGcan the use of Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills, nnd these soon fully . restored  my health. I can strongly., recommend thoso pills to every weak person."  Sold by all medicino dealers or by  mail at, 50 cents n box or six hoxos  for $2,50 from The Dr. Williams'  Medicino Co., Brockville, Ont.  Miss Moknhy���������What am yoah business, Misteh Johnsing?  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Wa want publtthara ta act aa our ananti In all Manitoba, Saskatchewan,  Albarta and Brltlah Oolumbl* towna   Wrlta ua for condltloni and pricaa  Tho botflo man brand of melancholy  yield, promptly to mii.augo by a  mullet!  ^HWJm&m.m* *m -mw^ *m*^ar ^ ���������^^-    mm^.wm    -,np  Mlauyatopa aentaa, tmrea aolda, h.aia  fka throat a*������4 lnnga. .   ���������  ��������� tl a*nt_.  Not What Ho Meant  Mr, Youngwcd (complaoontly) ������������������ I  HupjKiso you know thoro woro sovoral  yoiiflK   ladies   disapprilntcd   when I  "Oh, wir, will .vou j.h'tthti cum.', nt  once? There is threo brutes jumping  on a poor organ grinder."  "Is ho a hid organ grinder?" queried the old gentleman, calmly.        "  "No, no, sir; quite a littlo man, Oh,  como at once or it will ho too late!"  yoiiflg  hi,lil ii.ii   Jr*^"-  ^!;.v. Y.-H"j/,*u*_d. Ycr-. my slrl  frlondi! hnd prophesied a brilliant fu������  tare lor mo.���������Hoston Tramcript,  un Dr. ChiuUi'A U.t*n,:y.r.ivirr VilU, "I don't ���������ui why I .hould iuter-  todny. One pM ft done; 25 cents a foro," replied tho old gentleman, "If  l.ox, nil denlerd or Kdmanaon, Bale* Iii-'h a Rtitnll Hum tho throe, men don't  & Co., Toronto. |noed any help."���������Til-bita.  Insurance Adjuster (looking at lite  I.-iittihn    01    Villi   J/Htior    lUflHilH*-) ��������� In  this all you managed to nave out of  tho fire?  Owner (profusely apologetic)-���������Yes,  nir. I'm awfully Borry, but I kind  o* folt that I really ought to get my  wife rind children out of tho building  flrflt,~Cliie;ign Tribune.  "Which Li proper," inqnlrnd (he  particular new arrival, "to nny 'plop  at a hotel,1 or 'put up at a hotel' ?"  "Both," replied tho register clerk.  ("But you liiuat put up at this hotel  | before you enn atop at it."���������Brown  ing'.i Magazine,  Jack���������I thought  your  landlord did j  not allow children?  Ik-my-Shi  Wo call it Fido.  -.  DODDS '  I KIDNEY  %   PILLS  i  ,,,,,,,-,���������,1l.���������l,,..  C\V*> ,\  o./inrTC5 ityniwi-.^wi  ������.  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ir  i  fttory." Oiir sala.s ar_\hut .ono branch; -  of a subject of vast Importance to-'the'  race; to wit, \the eub.t'ItutlOi-/of'"Judiciously chosen foods for drugs,. -When  the knowledge or this great principle  .hall become unh-oVSaJ unurket gardens  and orchard, will taljo' tho place ot  apothecaries -and -the' 'doctors he employed un with antipodal and so-.calloii  unenlightened n-atlons���������to keep u_ well  and not to cure us when we have made  ourselves 111 by neglect of health Ijwh.  A miiHou'Iiiti correspondent * In tlio  Housemothers' Kxi.-luuige bids tho mnn  who gets ,hls luncheon downtown lo eat  more fruit and "green stuff-." The  c-ounsel Is especially good now that tho  mysterious "spring fever" robs all mun-.  ner, of loods of flavor.  , One word more betore wo proceed to  practical dlree.ilon_ for the propamine of the _aiuiis e.--sentia. for the  Vre.--ervat.oii of bodily sanity at tha  change of aso-on..   It has fallen to my  WE HAVE had an unusually disagreeable winter. The range  ..of the mercury may not have  been so often and so long near  the zero mark as In a majority of past  season's.' The' most optimistic and pie-'  tlstlc of us, Iwho never complain'of tempest or.drought lest they .may be sus-  _peej-ed _of_-lmpugnlrig__the���������wisdom���������o_-  Provldence, cannot deny that we have  had since the' tlrst- week of November  a deal of what the sailors name "ugly  weather." Whole weeks together might'  be described by the old. negro jingle  of  "Poor Miss  Lucy Neale":'  First It anew, and then it blow,  And then be_an to friz,  It was a winter'that kept us Indoors  often and long, Not only fearful and  feeble folic who dreaded wet feet and'  draggled -skirts, eougihs; colds, croup,  and catarrh. But there Is littlo fun to  be gained by tramping through mud and  Blush, or driving, In tho teeth of a northeasterly gale. Skating and coasting  could not be enjoyed for more than a  few days at a tlmo; ond ln the mlddle  . states there was novor such Indifferent  ������lelghln,p before within the memory *  of bachelor nnd maid.  As a natural Inovltablo consequence  of the sedentary life imposed upon us  by the highly undesirable winter, bilious  colds nnd cognate affections havo kept  the doctors busy, mothers anxious, boys  and girls cross.  "Which* preamble brings us by a di-  "fecr"*rba_~lor"tliT^ublecT*irfCtb_ay's"  paper. One and all, we require a,radical  change.from the calorlo-making meats,  "Med things" and cooked sweets that  have* been "the (chief of our diet" for  Ave months.  One might think that we have threshed  out ������iis ' matter of springtime salads  long and often enough to make a return to it sureriiuous, The veriest tyro  ln dietetics should comprehend, by now,  the crying- need of the human system  for cooling alteratives when it is surcharged with biliary secretions, making the whole head heavy and,the stomach sick and tinging Hie with a dingy  blue.  Somo one 'asked me once, "What Is  tlie chief point to be considered In  writing a recipe?" 1 answered promptly:    ������������������  "Tuke for granted that you' are writing for a novice In1 the matter with  Willi ch you are dealing,"  1 could hold forth for an hour upon  that  theme.  ��������� J.ut    "that -la    another  lot to make especial note of cases of  blood poison occurring _n the early and  <���������" later spring. I could enumerate .:.\  tBatHJave-co_S"^uli"d"eT^y"^6bse7^atlorir  L oo������_equent, a������ friends and doctor said,  "upon slight causes." Four' of these  were fatal. A scratch from a rusty  nail," the slip' of tha razor that pares  a corn, ihe prick of a pin, may set tlio  blood on (ire,-wlii'ie m "other elreiun-  _ tanees what seem to be serious wounds  heal quickly and witd-out complications.'  It Is, then, highly expedient to tfiiiper  and to purse tho blood of evil humors  induced by the clauses we have Indicated���������the -abrupt change, of temperature, want of exorcise In the outur air,  a diet made up largely of heating  foods, Inhalation of' tlio Impalpable coal  dust whloh leads the air by day nfld  by night���������all noxious Intlueiicea Incident to our long American wlnlrrs.  In short, each of pa stands In need  of a thorough spring liou.ecloanlng.'  And the salad Is a patented medicine  warranted to do the work well���������a  vacuum cleaner, If you like tlio name.  Wo will dlvldo our cleaner into two  elass-o.-tlie heavy and the light r-alud.  By, 'V-*. iirst I mean such as have  for th. base meats, -flsl*,' cooked vegetables and.a mixture of fruits. Thes-o  are serveVT as separate courses at luncheon and" form an important part of  Sunday "night  suppers.  The lighter salads consist ot lettuce,  endive, dandelion and other "green  stuffs,"' with French dressing. A mayonnaise Is too heavy for this clans ot  sulads. The French, who lead the  culinary world, never smother salads  made of fresh esculents with mu.oiv-  na-i.e.  Salad Dressing  Mayoitnalse-r-DIp a deep plato Into'  Iced water or roil Ice In It "Mil It is  fliMe'.'. through. Drop upon it the yolk,  of 1 or 2 eggs, according to-" the  quantity you would muke, Add a teaspoonful of lemon julee and stir with  a silver fork until *lt is mixed. Drop  gradually upon this salad oil slowly,  stirring. steadily. The mixture will  ���������thicken as you sMr, Drop In mo.ro oil  as it gains consistency. Allow a cupful of oil to the yolk of one egg. Season with a dush of paprika, V_ teaspoonful of salt and a scant "���������_ teaspoonful of made mustard.  Spare /the mustard. Sydney Smith  says of,'It: .  "Distrust tho condiment that ���������bltcs  too soon,'' ,  Be careful, also, not to have the dressing too sour. Double tho quantity of  le'mon juice, if you would like a'.littlc ���������  more acid. Set .in Ic-e until you are  ready to serve the salad. Green stuffs  wilt'Jf left in the dressing. ' -'  Frencii Dressing���������Rub,the inside of a  bowl witli a cut clove of garlic. 'Measure into the bowl 5 tablespoonfuls ot  oil, 2 of vinegar, 2 tablespoonfuls of salt  and one of white, pepper. Stir to an  "emulslo,n" before pouring it over the  salad,  Sour Cream Dressing���������Set a cupful of  loppered cream, or one that has- only  soured, in the Ice until It is very', cold.  Beat hard, then, for 5 minutes, mixing  in as you beat a tablespoonful,of pow--,  d.red sugar and ��������������� teaspoonful of  lemon juice. ,       ,.,'-,  This Is especially nice with sliced raw  t'/inato'es and -with cucumbers. As an  accompaniment to a fish course,--it is  delicious.  Boiled   Salad'   Dressing���������Beat   3>;eg*g3  very   well���������whites- and   yolks   together.  ���������StlT'in-gradua.Iy.-beatlng-all-.th'e'-time,--  ���������><. a cupful of vinegar, 1 tablespoonful  of  powdered  sugar,  2( saltspoonfuls of  ��������� .alt, a pinch of paprika and % teaspoonful of French mustard. "���������������������������-.���������  Beat until .smooth and thick; pour  into a saucepan; stir to. a boil and mix''1  with It a teaspoonful of butter. As this  melts, remove from the'fire; beat steadily for 2 minutes and set where it will  cool gradually. When cold, set in tlie  icebox.   It will keep for a week there. ���������  Poultry or Veal Salad ���������  Cut' tho cooked cold meat Into regular  dice. Mix with 2 c'upfuls o-f, this a cupful of crisp .celery, also diced, Sprinkle  with Halt and white pepper, Mix lo an  emulsion ' 1   tablespoon._!���������,��������� of   vinegar  ��������� with 3 tablespoonfuls of oil. 'Pour over  the meat."und c.lery, 'and" tos. lightly  with a silver fork to coat every bit of  the meat,   etc,.   Line a chilled salad  .bowl' with crisp lettuce leaves and fill-  ' the lni-lde of these with the'chicken or  other meat   and tne c.lery.   Cover With  mayonnaise dressing  TC you havo not enough chicken or  turkey for this dish you may moke up  the desired*,Quantity, with cold.veal. It  Is often done by. caterers without exciting the.' suspicion of customers.  A fait* substitute for chicken salad  may be mado by using no othor meat  than veal.   ; >  Oyster Salad ���������  Select small oysters, drain off" the  liquor ond lay the oysters upon u clc_n  doth io dry off the hiolnture.  If you use large oysters, eut them in  Tialf. Do not chop-them' To each cupful allow one of crisp- white colery cut  with a sharp,, knife into d|rc. Stir a  little mayonnaise through tlio mixed  oysle... nnd celery and turn into a  chilled bowl lined -with lettuce leaves.  Tour mayonnaise over all." Garnish  wIMi stoned olives.-'  This" Is a delicious*_u_por dish. ,       . .  ���������   Shrimp and.'Tomt-jto.Salad;  I   know   of   no   prettier   Bupper   or  luncheon  dish than-this,   which  1  be-  ,  llpved   I   had   invented -until   a   correspondent from the far south wrote to  tell me of It a's her own composition.  Cut, a piece from the blosBom end of  ea.h fair ripe tomato of fair size and  dig- out the pulp. Fill* the cavity thus  mode with cold boiled shrimps.(canned,,  are good for the purpose). Arrange .  them neatly with the backs up. Line  a chilled dish with endive or with lettuce leavesOand set the tomatoes within  these. Or lay <_i������h upon a separato  bed of the leaves upon ''individual"  plates. In either case send around  mayonnaise dressing with it in-a sauce-  boat, .  Crab Salad���������Make    as    above,   using  crab meat instead of shrimps,  a"*  Lobster Salad  Cut the lobster meat Into neat pieces  of uniform tvlze: Set in the ice to get  tlwoughly chilled. Allow one-third as  much diced celery as you have meat.  Mix these and sprinkle 'lightly with  cayenne and salt. With a silver fork,  and lightly, stir into the mixture a cupful of mayonnaise dressing. Line a  chilled bowl with lettuce,-fill up with'  ��������� the lobster and garnish with the emp-  ti   ./ ciaws.  Egg- Salad  Boil  G'eggs  hard  and   leave  In  cold  :  __-wat.e__.for��������� Q!KhQU������.-=Remove-the=she!! _-._   cut into quarters, or slice, and lay upon  lettuce, endive or chicory In a chilled  bowl. Pour a good boiled dressing over  them. .  . , '.-.-,������������������'   ,w -,-    '  A pleasing variation of this salad and  a more substantial supper dish may  be made by rubbing into a cupful of  ma>onnal,.e half a cupful .of .canned  salmjn or of sardines thut have been  skinned and mushed into a smooth  paste.  Or  you may beat Into the mayonnaise  a tablespoonful, of anchovy paste.   Each -  device offers 'an agreeable variety.        <"  Tomato Salad       ..  You may make this in h.Uf a dozen  ways.  Tho simplest Ik to peel the'tomatoes  witli a keen knife; then slice and arrange, upon a',dlsh-wlih an' underpinning of lettuce,''or wlthout-and season  ���������  with fresh dressing..- ,  Secondly���������lJeol und halve; arrange  upon'a dish and' put a spoonful of  mayonnaise upon .each half.  Thirdly���������Peel and halve rlch< ripe tomatoes'; sprinkle lightly with salt and  lay upon each half, , a spoonful of  whipped cream, .Those who have never  eulen this preparation cannot guess  how delicious It is.  "Rom nine, Lettuce, Endive, Chicory,  . Curled Lettuce Salad  The rule for making all Is the same.  Wash ������ud pick over the leaves carefully, rejecting all thnt are withered  or tou_h. Absorb the surplus moisture  by laying tlie leaves upon one dry  towel and i-overlng wllh another, put tiny  them gently through this last. ��������� Arrango  In a chilled dish rubbed with garlic")  nniKwhen you'aro ready to servo cover  wUh French diessing.  Tomato Aspio  Strain the .liquor from a can' of tomatoes, pressing slightly - through a  chee.eeloth bag. Season with oivtou  Juice, salt, paprika and a very little  sugar to modify Hit. acid,'Bring to a  boll; skim; strain again and mix, while  It-iB hot, with half a box of'gelatine  whle-hji has been soaked three hours m  ii eup, of cold water. Pour Into ,i m'oKi  wot -wlth'eold water and,set away to  form,-'   '     ��������� .  This may be served lis a salad upon  lettuce leaves with Fren.h dres'iin*..  Or you' may. line a salad dlsli with  lettuce, and upon this lay skinned sardines, or canned shrimps, with a spoonful of the aspic upon each Ash, and  send around French dressing with It.  STacedoine  Salad  Cold' Vegetables���������green peas,' ,beans,  carrots cut into dice, celery, beets cut  small-may tie wrought into this salad  by heaping'them upon a bed of lettuce,  or. chicory,   or  endive,   and   seasoning-  ���������������Sf,  IMPORTANT NOTICE  ���������r\l,OAUSK of the (mormon.  /< ���������/���������I'-ionr of lottors sont to  ***** tho Kxchitngc, I must ask  contributors lo limit their oom-  nittnivatluns to nil) wovila, _.i-_.-i'  <ti rases of formulas or rcdlncs  whloh require greater smma. I  want all my oorreo/ionaon'. to  lutun a showing In tho Corner,  and if my request thi this respect  Is rwi'ipHcf! with it will be passi-  bio tn print many mare letters.  /If'enMon *������ railed to the fact  that Marlon ITarland cannot re-  crive money for patterns, as she  has nn onnm etlnn with any department that sells them.  Rhubarb for Rheumatism  Mm, M, Jl. 0, (llmlnn, Miim.) wrlten  with i'1-Kfinl lu tin. uhu nf rliuliiii'li  lor i-limiiuilllnni. I miould llku ux-  pllcLt (lli'-CtkuiiH iin to ihu inniiiu'i- of  imliiK It, I am nlllluiod with rliuumotlmii  Mini Ilnd no ��������� mire, I Im-lono r. elite for  imHtl* mnpli) creaiim, whloh are dol(o|oiin,  Mode Irlaplo Or on ins  Put a cupful nf Ki-iimilatod .uuBiir Into  a ult-nn linn ikllli-l; net ovor tlio lire unit  ������llr .Diminnlly until It lunuii. Add ft  cupful of i-Uifi inilli-liiilf (truant If ynu  hnvn li-oiid mir until tlm lumps nr������  <linolv<*'t. N*xt nt!r |n a cupful of brown  xuKni- and a uncoil, of trniiiulAtml, with  littif a tctiipaonful of butter. Doll ict-mly  until It form* a noft Mill when (Implied.  Inlo water and Uncurled with thn hnnili,  Ilemovn from the lire and add u quarter  lentponnhil of maplo ������yi-up mill tlio mium  of vnnllln, llcnl until it In nrenmy nnd  pour Into Ri-cnm-rt tlntt, Cut Into miunrei  fii-fore It bi'Ih (.-nlil,  lie careful not to cook It too lonjt,       .,  Mm. J, ������.; H. (Seymour, Mo,),    ,  AllUllHT CurU-������|"'liUl,'IH iiNKM il nm  rliubnrli referred tn lit v.'hnt In lrnowri  nn "plo plant" or nnmothlnfc olso.   It Is  a medicinal plant catalogued hy botanists ns "Ilheum i-illeliiftlc." The name  him n queer suKgestlnn of rheumatism,  which Is, however, nieaiilnaloiiH.  j\h you do not ind ono a mump for Iho  >,i,i���������������������   von   ,v'i"������,    iv1"   "t'r",    "if    *">,  3," kindly aimtier through tho Ex-  Change?    ������   Italian Spinach  I w������i much Irilt-rtiilod In your paper upon  .tulliin cookery, I nut from II n-ii|u-������ i<>r  .(���������vim! ilUlii'v 1 ImiJ hithr111> fiill.-il to rtml.  Vou illil not mfiritloii oun mneclitl fovorllf. ������if  mine. It wit* ii ill������li of np'tiar-ii irnmlKhcl  vUlli iiiuViiivy t������itM. It wim acm-ii in im  ��������� upon iiHUM. but rvliilnetl Ihe nhnpe of ti-,i������  tw>l<l in whlrh It win Inked, li wa������ iloll-  -Imntv fmv,>r,-,|,  1 -ihftiil,!, Illi* tn *nlfr * pt*������ for ������ tUt.,1-  ������rd Amirl'-Ait riii-uiiirlnir .-iiti, TIhwr fn.  iw*i������ rwlpri fur r*al  UnglUh plum pud-  illnRH recently publ fIuM would be rnuoh  imito Diavihiible li tlicy \vi'i(, luruleiod Into  eu|,n nud im I r 1-iipn, Lh-liiB nt Upper "Jed-  foid niuL'c, I.nniioil, in ,iiin ilme, w-u woro  ioryert twice it week witli n ' pudilln., to '  wlilcli wo luiiii,.,! forward with tili'iimitr, it  was cnllcd "linlf-piiy puildlnK." I loftKed  J���������i"i V'V1 W"t il'-.'^ll'". I hnvo Siwiiy.  filled In maklntf It, I iinlly think It wis  Im pound*- iirnl minem Hint mndo tlio truu-  iUi. und I Uavi) l-lu'ii up tivlm, to Kot It  "Nn*- M. H, T. (Lyons, Col.),  I Himpivt that yonr abldhif placo in  Upper Hod ford place wins the idontlcal  hostelry In which wo sojourned for two  HUCciMHl.e H('u.soii8. The hulf-iHiy pudding Ih a ���������p_.luity of ti.c house, and deserves the prulHo It gets, I wish I had  tlio, reel (lo, that 1 might render pounds  nnd ounces -Into honest h.tii-iiiut cup.-i  for you. lit my "Completo Cook Hook"  I subjoin to the main hotlv or tho woik  a tubli������ of wolglilH and meiisuroH that  may linlp hniiMi-wlves nut ���������f thu ilHll.  vum\y u{ wl'lcti you coinploln.  Tho Italian pi.pnrnllon of spinach  wits probably oroiiinoil -ii'ln-ioh eookod  In u mod soi In billliiK waie.i-, thut no  eriiHt might form 'iboiit Mie odgoH mid  i>i'.,������t,!f. *l,l(,Hl,/ri,t!. ���������*l,!i"������*t> Ih eiioiipeii  lino alter hollliiK II. and ������<i>n������oniNl with  In: tor, popper, i+att, Hiimir, ������ dnsli of  inilmog i-.nd n Httio Inmon Julee,   Thon  i*.,M lw!itcP 1������,'" Hl"f'������ni ������na������n with a  KOoopftil of rich cream nnd -preened into  the griwieil molds, - TIicho nro Hinall-  enoiigh for a "portion" apleco, Thoy  ii-i-o novorod ami net In warm wntur.  Whloh Is hrougiit to a ball, und iihld  kopt up for live minute*,  For the Canary's Sow Feet  Will yim p.wiiw nil( whnt Ik irnnd for  n oannry when lie linn hoi-<i fei-i? My  poor Will In inrrlWy. nttMi't.-il In thin wnv.  Mm, B. 11. <Wi-oth*rly. !���������������.),  Somebody  elne  imked   for tho -mmo  wertf1 propoW-d,"   Ono'was  cold  oV-eiim  ���������'.'i'pi.tl'   i.'lit..!    .i.lltt.   U   IJU} ,   ������U|,ll,i|t.-(     tUl'tl  of rnrlmll,' vaseline, and a third wild,  "I>lp Bobby's foot frefiuenily durlnit  the day lit warm milk."  You mny take yonr eh������lr-n whll������ waiting to hour from othor blrdkcepors.  J ))t'. 'ill.11 MM ,<miCilt'U)i  The letter from a hiislnesii man do-  tailing Iho (-luiimcd <*(mdliloiiM In lunch-  con rooms, owlnti to the utilverHnl rlso  In prices of foodxtuff*. has stirred up  the minds of his cHmpeerH mightily, I  Insert two of tho dlm-entlng communication* for the t-dlllcatlon of the guild  he represents���������it (hunt which he declares  lulu hud no 1'iw-wlnn lu the many dlx-  tnlioH ngnlimt prevailing price*.  X  can   vet   iriint   (liri-iiicd   jKtilo-hopi  or  UM������l  U.I,   li,r   InnlHIiV.'l  tor   m> iiml������,  ������v������l  Willi   It   1   Ki-t   bi-ciid,   liolli-r,   pdtllUi,   KCKid  horwrndliili ������m_ kctrliun, nnd ���������imp.  I dWi  ������co how u (mild !��������������� any ch(at>������r, eoniider-  lng tlio work and norvleo inm io be pnld.  1 mention tlio lomiiurant 1 visit, ainmuf  niiiiiy otlim-H about t������wn which itrvo  tiliiKs at thnt pili-o and iim clmiii and nil  rljtlit, inorulv lo ho matin, .oniutblnu dull-  li.lo; .bocaunu soiuqiIiuc-h people my, "Well,  wlir-ro nro'tJioM iHm._V"  Tljoi-ii la niiMilicr, \Nli������ro tlioy nerve only  ynndwlcltos and coffeo, prlnolpiilly 10 onit������.  If tlio iiewmmpm- nmn went to mioli a plueo  It would con In in onl; r( tunt. more, und  It would bo wis Hi ft centM not to limlier  tu canv a <<\\h Ii und tu put II up. Ilu-  nidus, it would bo iniiti- ffir lilm tn hi ';  mvuy fr.Mii IiImiIimU tiim lonir nnd io tut  yxori*Ui>. emiei-liillv ll ho Imji d>-Hl>������l'iilii.  Uo eonlil vary lilu i������n"h by tuklng put,no  naiad Willi tlltt DiilidlMi-li HuiiielbiieH, Ol,  ' ill otli-.T plai-uR, buvu i iiklit illdli i.f licium,  'if t-'iino "iri'D'-u ������iurf" or Htiuro, oitlni; ,i  littlo moro nl liinc-h and Ionn In the . venlm*,  Or ho elm d cut a little fruit ut lilt, dmh  meiv iliiv  bvforn  lie  wint mil  to ������ot lit*  H.1IK Wlj'll    (Mid    Oflftfl,.       |f    |���������,    ,||,|���������'t     ���������.j||,t  iii Imtlmr lo lm>' It hv-oij- iuhiiIiik lie  (���������ouM buv iHiutiuli fin- a fu-tv dnyH und Ki'Cp  It llii'id. Ilnlf it (Io.i'ii nriiiiKen. fur In-  Mlaiu-c. oiillntf one u day; or nn nimlc,  biiliiinii or wiiuntbltiK. That wnnld U, umul  fi,|- IiIn d.vupt iihIii; put mx moro tlm ii mm  li.iniini at ii time, u������ II ey urn mmrlxliliiK  und uiu ii I in i hill,I tn il|,_i"t in ii-h nf ut  unco,  People do lint iiit uii'iiikIi fruit! Mid  luuny look on It nnd nulu un ���������uinunliliii' i-i  Im eiiten iiillvldn nf ii.imIh. when bolli  hIkiuIiI lie putt or tlm dk-t imn ton nim-li  of I'lllici- IiihI Itooiin-iii tln-y me u Hfiod  tliltm) nml not Imlli-t nuyililiiK mi tin*  Hlinnacli Mwuni iiii-ulit, Clvo It n I'-t!  ,11 keem* ll* llinintli people oiiKlu to inn  their liiiilim iniii-H, und ii4 i.it mtiiiiKil tor  lunch, rlclil iilciin. when tiu-re U -<ii(,ii un  uh'imliinou of ihliiUK.  It m-t-nm tliat Hut Now Vorker who wr.tto  ���������tvitnt* to ua to oxpoiiHlve, "*iwn|l" |iiiiec������;  but I don't think lite l/llidu;. plttie )i(-  wtotd utioiit would, Im* ho very -'nwiMI, ' If  bo went lo clinllfir plnu-M In New Vork, l  BUPi-mu no would Iin ni'i'vi'd At ulinlar  lirlem, "HUBINKHH MA,V NO. i"  (Ui* Antrolet. Oil,).  Tho next letl.r upon Iho IIM In In tho  , Ktimo koy.   It In lllfowlwo from Urn An-  gcln-*.  I luive lii-pn oompnrlnv the orlei-i* ellr-d In*  \i*U    ^I'tl      iMlM UMlllil.*!!    IllUli.       Vi. (I,    Mill,  at fiilets-iUn wliou- I iimiiuIIv nn, ilu .nt  !!...<. !>. !.'. ;.-;;;.*, i.,-,^1 ..w.'.ti,, , .,,,*,%, ,������, *���������  c*rlii, li i-tnitns ioiip, 5 coniN; milid*. r, rmitii:  i-ltin ehuwdcr, ,1 iirnl*. Mi*#ldcn not |ii������>loi(  & renth fur brad u������ In' rcimiiiiuitn, ������-v<u If  (���������rift oftly c*l������ h Mir, ������..ii j c������,it for Iih.������,1  an.1,5 cunt* Tor lint bres.li. Bum* wllh  ���������.li-kli-M und nilvi-h,|, 8 mid n c_nu intend of  5, Yiminrdny r hnd nil the luneli t felt Ilk-  ������������������MlriK for M e������Tit-i���������(toihl x.tiiri. tnrp.* niccn  -- ,.-.. w,i���������.���������w, i \nii������, ihiiihi, i cint,  oMvr������, ������ i-entii,  Much nf tlm incut th-re la to e.nt������, nml  an order li nil thn nmt <m������ aliould ������-nt with  thu other thliiKi Kimerslly tin ten with It,  ut.lcHM im������ runt* lo erit huiid iik-hi ihu! \-������i  of other tliliiKK, and thon ono can luve a  doillih- order.  , It wool I Im better f������r irifch If they didn't  have tliefr "dim;" or "iMk" lor fum-h K  thev liavo ment In the e*enln������i and ������t lh������  oifi*rf������rl,i thev cin iiit,t \,iii,.fiiiii,.������ !,.)(*���������  bollfd and fic������h. varli.im bre.ilM,' ������mip,  fr������-������h and itY-w^d frulU. ailadi nnd deaarru.  nnd don't ni-ed to feel thut thev fine if-it  tu ttiwav* ord*r ment of aomti kind ns In  tiiont rcKtiitiriiiiii.  Tlie new������paii������r m*n you wroi������ nbout  would  not n*������4 to no to th*  ���������'r^t������tilu'ap���������  run In llimby style on the top Mory of bin  Hlcymuperk." 'I'hi-re lira* -other plneeh.  AI no, pii-hnpH lilu ilyn|,(-|'lln In not duo to ihu  ciuibit bo milo. but mny be cihik.iI In- bin  (nn ho n.'ild) cutlnt; too fu������t and too iiiui-b,  And b> ilrinkliiK t-iirit., wlilcli hui-ta ull 'Im  nervPH uf the wnolt. body. Of coumo, roffon  illicit uot iippurently hint .tlio 'Olgcitlon of  moBt jViTsonn. but It hurt������ other noi-ven,  ���������Hid when tbey ure "neivouii" In different'  ways tbey do not luy If to "coffeo, Al������,>,  cvin tiiom.li tiu-ii- (UveHtion in Kood, limy  do not blnme the cmu**���������-enffFr'-^wlinn tlmy  hnvo a weak enivlni: fetlliiK In tlio utoin-  ���������leli-annii.-tlmiH llilnlt lliey urn litni.ry when  !bci rou'iln't timnailr.il. Iiunifi-y.  I can't b-.o -why that 'other nlun Hhonld  liineh dully uihiii outnicul iionliUe when  Irero Ih mi.'li n vuib'tv <,t'thlfi|{ii to hove.  ������*��������� ' ofton itet nil L wnnt tn lint nt u riiie* ,  'orla for 1" or 11 t-enln, When I feo| llko  outInK oiitiiicul In the moinltiii I K<>t a liowl-  fnl of (nitnieiil, iccked ilKbt.niid plmiy <������f  half milk nnd i-n-rim for 10 oent* at n ten-  tlliirnut, At c I'lHeteiln I gel Ioiih iiutmoil,  hut 11i'iiin with It rni' pi I'l'uH. iil> |hf  ii'itnienl mi'- ivuritn -villi ntho- tlilnira fur  lireiikftiat, Um't n'c win- he wm tlpplni'  tho wnttir .it .i "iiuliy" lunch, uln-te b**  Willih on hlnm If.  I hnvo kk-11 piituna IlKiiro thliiK������ ilown too  Hun In r>untit to reKiiiiitiinta-JtiHt Mhut  thlnua coit and whnt they cuuld be ni-ned  fur, i-ti'.-iind I fed like wiylnv: "Well,  do inn th lull any >,tir winil������ to wuuli dUlutf  find I'miu fur ynu und with on ynu for nntlt-  nir, nml buv i-v'-rytltliiK itt-fuCMtiry for tho  liiiHinfkm nnil iiiiy nut jimi to nuiko Imtb  eiKla tpo,-t mil  i-(i>ii(i out  eveliT"  Jn tin tne ii-fliiiiiiHili. ���������* t-o tu (und I en n't  b-nr to i/o to then* cIhkp, illrly oncal I  wonder thai tbey enn itlve fit iniielt wllh,  niv, it hinnli :to>c-i|it niideiloln ntenlt; or an  oi'diir of bii-dti and <-irK������, 20 cenla, now  when r-nv!<l nf of *<> hljsh,  Of eourto tlKplnn- '������ horrid. When tier-  f-tnn pay well fur their "vjnnd." tb y don't  iitrti lo hi:lp tin proprlntur pay bin bebi,  Ilu aliould tmy tli'iiu more, .Ofientlmim  thev nro pold Jew on noeount of tlm tip-  !>'nu.  ANOTJIKJl   ONK   OP*-   YOl'rt    TtKAnr?!!**  d.im Antelm, cul.l,  u> inlghf n">������u*TiP' (hat prices for  thonn who freiinent rwt.itirontu In Cull-  ("rriia   ������'c  i������r  more mix.lenito tlt-nti In  ,V| It'   Vo.i.V   _ * -J al   .'-j   ii'' I '' A" i Jl   !;!!>)*-.   '-'  (rude hnd not a ���������"rdfO'in-in wrltlp'h teven  pn������e* In renmirt* of tin* iipretuo*. nnd  lack of Ciiinlor un thtp part of the fMu<t������  erner. Wo have not room for <ho ve-  lifmij'iit iii-oli'Xt. (<vfn it It hruiiKht foi-  *ik.1 il   Win   iiHW-l    mile   nl   HU*   Iliul iit   Hi  hand. It In a irr.itlflwitloti t������ tlm hu-  miitte rendtr, and It rtiould niuvii-t tho  New York man of ejstrnviiKiincf' ������r w  exagttf*rutlnn, to rt-.id that other men do  no* Ilnd it hirdfr to get good fare ami  ahiiiiil.-int than when mealn and fniltH  and l������ri������ul urtd butier were .ia per cent  oh-ft-tjior thnn th������������y are tu the- pr.^cpt  ^   t������*rlr!nir  We hoii*.wlveni could pi-av for ������oin<������ of*  their -eJit-f-rful phUonnpliv or w* triicti  of mo.ji-r.i'c prl'_m hi ou; in'Vi.-'a.  Whlrh .ernlmln mo of ilu- .iiiHwer of a  hnleher (a -AtiggHh f������Ml"������ ��������� lo my *n-  'iiilr*/ why the price of (W<ktn_ feeej'**  upivhen eggs havo fallen 10 contji In tho  dozen. ��������� '' ' '  "I ,*uip]>ope, ma'itin, thoy,tire *keep<Ing  tlm clil.Uelia to lay l-ho eg|{������ liiHteud of  Vlllln-,'  them  for  ninrki't!"'  A-propoH of l-ho long' letlor of onr Chi-  ci-rio coiTeHpnndont, which #u riinntit  jirlnt fur bii-k of I'p.n-L', may 1 onco  igiiln iip^e ii|inn th'iwv tCtitiWielc a henr-  ���������liiK In the l;^-(.-h.ui,������i������ tho lieccssliv of  ulirldg-liig what they would "have appear  ta:ivt I have oh uiu an uult* coniiiiunl-  e.uliiii frion a Hi'riiiiiut'uwii vi'iti-tiii-lun  I ha I linn been upfnbliMl n du/.en tinier In  the, vain hope th.it II might Im boiled  down Inti iiiiiilnlilo-illmeiLvliitiH, It Im  weli-expreiiKed iliioiiKhout and U a gnl-  Km I ili-fiii.-t- nf tin- fu'liirJ|iU--j nt tin-.  Hi'lnml. it \Miiild titkri up every Inch of  HP-ice allolteil lit Hut HxchaiiKe t'liln  week.    Miiri'oVMi-. II Ih wnlttcn In pencil  lllnl  up  II  Imlli uMeH uf il,,. j,;tjM.-r.  In Morlltrj our KKKI-leltera-per-wt-ek  nihil Hkmp wrllii'ii ui-oii ono ,-ili' of Milt  JiiiuO In Ink, mIkni-iI nt lint font or tliu  lam jiaue rtllb tho full nume .;uid till-  die.* of iho iirllci', nml which nny niont  lo ih. fi-wiwi .jviinlH.'aiM mod for ear.  Heat eiiiiHlderuiloti,  Uar-k-Duc and Szwut Pickles  Cup jour int-nibem Ntipply lliu following  ri-i'lpeii, of which I  nlitlul In lined?  1. Jlitr-lcdlic, 'i I .ltd > Hnllli meet plckllf  or l n In I im nnd tullml i-uciiinhira, with tbe  Mlt aouhed out,   ,  I e mirlbiu* a rcclpo I lutvn found to bo  all thp.ulviir elultiiiid tor il.  Cream Mint Drops  (Trlcii nud True,)  l"wo ciipa ������r urntiMinifd aimnr, ailrreit  In, luiif ii enn of iioiilou wntor until ill*.  nolvwl, ivdl eldif. Willi il cloth rtliipert In  wiilel- iinld) ������.||���������, off all Kt-nnulttlcn* from  Ihe ed������i> of tip, niunpui'i. Wh<*p Urn tnlf-  tlirn niuv b������ wiviiiuhl  Into ������ aofl bull when  from the fire,   if too imnj, wIimi dropped  ''���������I" i "'"> i> tih i; ,���������'. ' .- .. ! "-:!���������. ������.-,-; i,.J  UKnln. l'onr into n dl-b nml lor It rnol Until  .vou im������ haii,Ue it. ,-klm nil (l������������lol������ from  tbe iiiirfm-e, hcht in u ileum und knead and  inoM tt vat ������n(\! ������t..k-l  {"over iind tmi ������w������v nil nlkht,  ,Niki duy, melt nml Hiivur. t.'ulor with  ibit mini Atcirii'.i, if vmii ItUo, mid drop hv  Ihe    I, Jl������|.....ilul    ii|,',o    u,,_i.|    |������|,ir,    Hell  'I'bln fuiidiint liii|,i���������i<-������ ������lib ������*,'������-, rim) "-fill  kk-P for montba If ,l(*������li- ens.red. rim  rklmmlriKi tuny Uf Ufd for fudK ��������� or K" Into  the vlm-KBi- lnr,  l'cii|Mirtiillll, winiffHnt (i. i.-inmiinoii, eu,,  ure fiiMuln- DnvorlnK*. The anme fondnrd  mny l,������ tuisl for nil klnda of i-rennia, nturf-  lim for dutra nnd Ilu" mid for (r.-um ul-  nioiidn or KnglUli wulninn. ..     ,   ,  I".  (I.   M   il)nki,tn).  W'p u-lll fri- to J"i'Jr >H������ fhi" n-i'lpe for  the nwcet pickle wllh tlie droll  iiumi  Thnt for Lar-le-due htt������ been putllnh  i-d r-pt'tifniJIy lien.-, but It will pr,diun,_-  Ve nent in ������g������ln.  The recipe for fondant m decept-ibla  lo tur amateur *-uitd>*-riiak������r������.  villi Frenrh rtrowlng. It lf������ n enplt'ii  way of lining up loft-ovem that mo not  enough of tii'eiiikolvoH to reappear upon  tlm tuhlc,  Prult Balad  Mix orangOH, pooled iiik! cut Into bltH*  bonaimH, treated In like manner: whltn  grnpeH, tikliinmli nut mootH, grajiofrult,  ','Iih of npple, pea ru nnd a lPUo dleed  c-li-ty, thrown In for the Mik* of uro-  iimtlo phnmney, ull iogeth������r~oj* hucIi  of them uh you may 'nhanou to have;  heap upon cool, erlnp lettuce, or oiulli'f.  (iiriioiniihie; neiiHon with French tlreim-  li,������ iind Hi-ive cold,  Sand el ion Balad  ThlH In ciiiiipiiriitlvoly littlo known.  CliiniMi Hie young, fro-ili leaven; wohIi  nml li'iivo in limi wui'-r fur an hour.  "Ilralti and dry between tho foldn of a  nitpldn, Turn Into a tjhllled bowl; mix  lightly, l':it well, With Jt'reneh dre������i*lng.  and nerve with hailn of cream ehcenw  mtMi-il with Uriel>��������� chopped olives,  '."or pntalii naliiilM In illvern fornm wo  have limi ho many ifelp.n from eom--  i-|,oi,llHII>     ll'iul    ii     ltw..,,|     .',<      ,1     ll.'ik    .1.  i i|t������������������ri'iogiitluii In imlilleh oue litre' The.  hii'i'iiliiiiH liniiFi nictln-r will make naltiiiH  or her own devlalng of miiterlnln con*  \eiileiil to her.  I liitvc- f(iriiu)lii������i fur nearly lt������, luilexeil  lihil fciilijiet to cull, We luive rnotll /ol*  but o few natnpleit of our ntock,  Tbe motif nf thin urllile In tlio H������*  piirKuice tt thene nn n whole In the  iniiilly menu of springtime Tho nen-  fon iiiliign iierlln into our homon, nml  Jt   lit-hooven   un  to,, meet  them lttt������tlll������  f,Lllll>. THE NEWS, CUMBEBLAMD, BRITISH CtiLUMfilA,  "5__������    *_  *rB*.������_r-"C_nt<  THE FURNITURE STORE  ,���������nkw stock on.-*.  Sideboards, Buffets,  China Cabinets, Dinner ~  and Extension Tables  Si������������ Offit HtOMANBRAMES  WE CANr SAVE YOU MONEY  A. MoKINNON McPliee Block, Cumberland  I  II  I a** .  BUM  F. R. F. B1SCOE,  REAL ESTATE  ������-���������__���������������������������  -Cheapest Lots in Courtenay  A few left at  or 9100 Terms  $25 down  Phone 9  I   a���������  V. Winch & Co.,  Limited.  GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE  Royal Insurance Co., Ltd;  London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.  Standard Life Assurance Co.  London Assurance Corporation (Marine.)  London & Provincial Marine and General;  Insurance Co., Ltd.  Ocean Marine insurance Co., Ltd.  London & Lancashire Guarantee Accident  Co-  Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co.  National Security Co, of New York.  R������t^cter.t Agents*  Q. R. BATES. W, W, WII_.L,ARD  Gourten&S- Cumberland  R.������>WINCH & Co., Ltd.  Fort St., Victoria, B.C.  Temple Building  LlQU^t-V LICENCE ACT.  (Section 49.)  NOTICE is hereby given th tt, on the  22nd d.y of Julv, 1911, application will  be made to the Superint.tii'etit.of- Pro-  vmcial Police; far the tr-m-far of the  license lor, the sale of liquet- hy. reuil in  mid upon the premises kimm as ihe  ]-oi*i Augusia Hotel, .ituate at Comox, in  Coiiiox. ilistric,', in the I'rrivmw rtf British  Col urn bin, from Joseph IJ,. I-loimca, of  said Cimiox, to John C. Clarence, of  Northbend, in the said Province of British Columbia.       JOSKPII'.J". H0I.ME8,  Holdfr of license,'  John C. Clakknck,  Applicaiu, fur transfer,  Notice.  PUBLIC NOTICE   is hereby given  th.it on and after [uly ml, 1911, it  shall  be unlawful for nny horsr*  c'������*i cattle,  -.���������vine, shepp or -,'O.ils to-run.-hi large or  feed upon tlie public .ireem, lanes, alleys  or utifenced lois or lands within the city  limits, vNcept milch cows, which shall be  ?llowcd to run at large from seven o'clock  in the morning uniil ti>;ltt n clock in the  afiiirtioon of cadi day,   Miidi 1ows must  be kept closed in from en-hl o'clock  in  tha* iM'ietnoon until seven o'clock in the  mornintf, 'iml all bells r-jmnvi-d from the  r<t,v*i at night, subject to the provisions of  the Pound By-law.  By order of the City Council!  .  A. MttKiNNoN, C;M,C.  City Hall, June 13th, 1911,  W ANTKD--A. Koiiornl *-orviuit for  lij^ht Iioiii'ov.'ui'k. Ajijdy Ni-AVS  oilicc.  NANAIMO DffEATS CUMBfRUND  CxdtiHg; Soccer Match Results in a  Score of 1-0.  Nanaimo United visited Cum*  berland last Sunday and engaged  the local soccer eleven in an exhibition game. The visitors  were at lull strength, but the  local team was without tiie services of Joe Williams, their out  side right. Nanaimo won- the  toss and had Ihe advantage of the  wind in the first half. The locals  were the*|fir*������t to become dangerous, and should have; scored with  in two minutes of the start of the  game, but the forwards bungled  the ball. The Nanaimo halves  soon found their feet, and kept  play in mid-field for a time. R,  Blown, while making a raid, on  the visitors' goal, received u.  nasty block trom Hewitt, which  forced him out of the game for  some time. With, ten men Cum.  berland still continued to have  the best of the play, and at least  one easy chance went a-begging,  Bppthmau walking over the ball  with not even the goalkeeper to  beat, Nanaimo was seldom dan.  gemus, and but for Ihe splendid  work of Hewitt aud Murray,  their backs, they would have  been in an unenviable position  before half-time wns called.  .The second half was a repetition of the first half, the locals  having the bulk of the play, but  the forwards seemed to be able to  do everything save score, Huv-  reit scored the first, nnd what  proved to be the only, goal of the  match. Nanaimo was lucky to  get this goal ns they were seldom  within shooting distance of  Clurk'������ charge. The locals i������iiove  hard (o gel (Tic equal user, but the  fates seemed to he against them.  They were awarded a penalty iu  FOltS.U.K���������103 "ww of Hi.  if"''.."'  1)1  Ullil  ill    NwlMIUI    Dil-tl'H't,  4������< uri'l a liiilf idi)���������.**��������� 1'iniii Cum.  I.n.'l-tml, 40 u������.nn o'UHily cloitrud,  li>; iti*'-''W j������o"'tl li'i'l'iw, clt/i-u io  VrWllit'r*. i������������!_'U[ili|4 vHHll).     Scil'wnl. ������l"  i-,niiii"   of pliii'i-i.    i*iiio building  i itil      K'tr-V III   Cllt     ilitn    tl'll-lll',11)  hi'u-ku,    JW um'iiih npply to N. the closing minutes of'the pjame,  ii..������.vj, "������<H*.   v'i!"(,y- 'iiiuZ thi.. fhey sho failed to con   *  vert.   On play Cumberland was  FOR  SALR -A light  driving slrftets jl,u;u(1 ������!   Nan"j"10.'   and  -������������������- ���������������������������- ������r\,r z^\w%ztf.  nlnud   ol   autos;   also   light najmo bunch. Hewitt pjayinR Q  double *��������� irncs... V.). li Ward, ,i{C������. g������,���������e at back.    Poor ihoot  Li'ilc Ki.cr'.s rond, f'oiiiox, iug on the part of Cumberland's  ^ a*,      .... , forwards  lost them the  game,  Ui. S������w������rtt r������.i.l.'iic������ nn Po..- ijootliiwan and Carney, although  ritli HV..I.IHI   with  conn*...,,   wa ������������������e pick of the forwards in   the  ���������   .          ..    -   _..   -,, , own were the bnigeat sinners in  totnUv di-Htroyj'Jbv firutl.i- (YUI. tllis   rCH|,m       T,,e    coU^o,,  t     W'tU'"!  COMMUNICATIONS.  Editor News:���������Allow me  through your columns to take the  earliest opportunity of placing  my experience of the food aud its  service at our local hospital before the public. Not being a  patient iu the general ward, I  cannot speak from actual knowledge of the conditions there, but  I have made straight and full  enquiries from those who do  know, and they, knowing their  statements would be used, assure  me that the food provided is the  same exactly iu every word'with  out exception.  That being so, I have no hesitation in saying that tlie lurid  description given in the ''Islander," based on the statement of  an anonymous patient is neither  truthful or honest. The specific  charge that ''the bread was ijke  dough," is simply not true, as;.it  would compare favorably with  the general run of hoinebaked  bread, although there are as good  bread makers in Cumberland as  anywhere, and the cook has an  old stove to contend with, too.  As to milk being insufficient, I  never had to ask lor move, or if  I had it would have been given  cheeTfullyTfor"rwas"often-asked  if "-"I had sufficient of everything;  if nor, please ask us for more."  and I know for a tact that two  .patients in, the general ward, not  jcaring for tea- or coffee, asked for  milk and got all they wished. As  I: do not take coffee I cannot say  anything about its merits, but. I  had good tea supplied, fresh made  and hot. Tlie soup was equal  to what you would gw't in any  good, restaurant. , I never had  cold porridge served during three  weeks' stay, aud we only had  boiled beet twice during that  time, varied by cuts from a joint,  steak or chops for dinner. For  breakfast we had eggs and a pork  ������<3*<sX$������-3'^^  TAILOR  S. ISAKA* PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Courtenay 8.0  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits. Made to Order  from $ao to $35 '  All Work First Class  HAVE  YOUR  PHOTO  TAKEN!  ���������AT-  Powell's   Studio.  Work guaranteed.  Prices reasonable,  manufacturer' of  MINERAL    WATERS  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  Bonora Block  P.O. Bos 433  Phone   2-9  CUMBERLAND  >���������>���������������   <-MI������  The Universal  Fire Extinguisher.  Energetic representative or  agents wanted for the Universal  Fire Extinguisher. An excellent  ''seller.M Needed iu every house.  Apply to  Vancouver, B.C.  City Council  Tiie City Council mot in regular session on Monday evening,  there being present Aid. Ranks,  Parnliam, Maxwell, Willaid and  the Mayor.  The minutes of previous regular  and special meetings were read  and adopted  Aceounta:���������McPhee Morrison,  #22.50; Minnie & Potter,  2Q.80;  Islander, 4.00.  Constable ffrny-a report:���������  cVo7o7steak7occairoually bacon j Scavenger. $109.00; Night Watch-  foi a change.     We also had fish)man, 05.00;   Road   Tax.   28.00;  Police Court, 21.00; Sample ilooin  3.00; Scales, 1.00,  Aid. Willnrd as one of the members of the board of health, reported the sanitary conditions- of  tlio oity, far from satisfactory, owing to tbo bud condition of dome  of tho drains.  The fire wardoni* will see that  change  as a change at-supper; we had  potato salad once; mustard salad  never; butter always a plentiful  supply, and everything served on  trays with a nice clean cloth.  when one has been unfortunately oblige.d to go to a hospital,  we cannot reasonably expect to  be fed 011 omelettes aud real turtle  soup. We can expect good plain  food, well cooked, aud that .we,  got���������quite as good as the ftverage]electric lights are installed in tho  man gets in his home, or in any  decent boarding house.  The editor of the "Islander,'  very fairly said: ''Statements of  this kind are much more easily  made than they are substantiated  and an injustice is ol'len done a  very worthy institution through  too much credence being placed  in the chatter of some discontent  ed patient," 'Chis fact should  have had due weight both with  him and the patient, betore giving public circulation to these  reports. It seems to me that it  would have been a wiser and a  much more "courteous course  to have reported any complaint,  real or imaginary, to liic matioii,  and if that did not jno vide u  remedy, then approach the Hoard  jnud if that was not effectual, then  a public statement over the pa-  ticnt'c hi^iu'.U'.ic v.v������'"!,!hsve been  quite in order. Uesides, |thi������  course would have given the  Board an opportunity to have  put in an appearance at meal  time and so have oeeu for themselves the actual facts,  If any further investigation Is  considered necessary, I am willing to appear aud give my   experience and produce my author  ������ty for the foregoing s'atiinents.  ll.V*fyv'|i ������*'.l*..lill|_  -ii'.' ui '*><   ���������"*���������"*< 1.-.'!  Joskph Shaw.  'v" . 1 usotuitcil 10 3544.50,  vvhik.  the]    p,S.���������Will "Islander" please  ..������������������ ';ciw v.?lt uv.al 5i 30. |C0J>)?  ) Bovcral alleye.  Aid. Bauksnskod leavo to bring  In nn amendment to the Flro By  Law,���������Permission granted.  The police eomnmuionors' recommendation that a police olllee  mid two cells be constructed, was  (JisciiHuiul, and it was deoidod that  they bo informod that the city is  not In a portion 'Hnancially to  comply with tho recommoddation,  The council decided to donnto  #(10,00 toward the pnrehm*o of  uniformi* for tlio police force,  Aid. Maxwell .uggested thnt  the law bo oinforced prohibiting  the Btvle of liquor to women, 11a he  hnd eot'jj more than ono hi an intoxicated condition of late,  in future bo asked to submit a  monthly report 0/ work doi.e oilier  than night work.  Th(*< lyl'quo'r MiJonso By-Law  wan rend the H'eond timo,  Thu amendment to tbo Pound  By-Law wan read tho llrst and  (���������econil  time,    The council  then  went into committee of the whole  tin the nmi'iiiim������'iit,Hii<l after some  addition***, pawed the third rending.  Council adjourned,.  SELLING OUT  BUGGIES and  FARM IMPLEMENTS  AT     LOWEST     CASH     PRICES.  B.C. HARDWARE Co., Ltd,  733 Johnson St., Victoria.  ^^^^^^AAAA''^A^^���������w*v^^*  Capital $6,300,000. Reserve $7,200,000  The Royal Bank of Canada;  JOINT ACCOUNTS may be opened in the names: of two ot more  persons, to be operated by any one of them, and in the event of, I  death to be paid to the survivor without any formality  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid;to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS g-intereai  at bighett Current Rates allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards.  CUMBERLAND, B. C. Branch, Open Daily.        ,  COURTENAY,   B. C, ^Sub-Branch,   Open Tuesdays and  FRIDAYS.   >  UNION "WHARF, B. 0.,  Sub-Brach, Open Thursday**.  M. F.MONTGOMERYj Manager.  miuMOTroiiMimiffl^  B������F  BAI STER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING:  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  ;V. BOflOHl*  LUholesale Dealer in WINES, liIQUOR & &BE$  P. O. BOX 482  PHONE 30....  CUMBERLAND  This is the first spring in the history of Gonipx  District that the local demand for eggs has been  equal to the supply. Nothing pays better, than  poultry, il! they are rightly managed, Begin  wiih the little fellows and feed them CHICK ..  FOOD,'which is a mixture of bone meal, wheat,  oats, com and othor grain, cut and blended in  the right proportion to make them thrive and'  grow,   For sale by  A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   - Courtenay, B.C  D.A1.ER IN I'*,!).]. AND l*EKD.  A11 wrf\ 0 hi 1 as  1  A nice advertising  Souvenir  will bo- sr-iit. free to every   "prospective buyer who sends for our  Catalogue and mentions this ad  vertisement.  THOS. PLIMLEY,  OrriceANDSTOHe730YATE8 8T.,        \/i_-t-_-__--.-, a      ___#-.  Garaoe.727 JOHNSON8T.. VICTORIA, 73.C  ������������������If you get ii at PHmley'a it's MX u^o^t.,'  P 8 ���������Wo So Itnpairinff,  II

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