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The Cumberland News Jul 11, 1911

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 7  ���������***__>*  ������������������- if*. \-a  1 "���������*������. ^i"  :;\1  r*  i>*: v.-; ���������?* *  MEW  i  _-***_ Journal Devoted Especially* to th������ Interest* of Comox DI������trlet������  The News, Nineteenth Year.  CUMBERLANDB. ,'C.Y mTES'DAY, JULY n'f :9ii,  THE-'BIG'STOELE  THIS   WEEK'S   SHOPPING  Suggestions.     Personal and  Home Needs for all.  -.',,'.'������.  qfttfMVMtMAftfctftMi  The Store  Ot Quality  This store has always been kuo-wn for  the clothing *������.t always slocks���������reliable,  up-to-date in the newest patterns. Cloth  ing made to maintain our position as the  Leading Clothing Store.  Another consignment of;'the celebrated  Slater Shoe���������unexcelled for Style,  Finish and, Weak. Children's Shoes  in Dongola, Vici Kid, Tan and Patent  I.cathe--NEAT. Styjjsh and. Fi;i.i. ok  WEAR.' .  Muslins, aud Ginghams, in almost   every  shade and pattern.  Men's  Fine Wool  Hosiery, ten dozen  of exceptional value, reg   ia ���������  ular price 75c., lo clearfat *������*Ut.. a pair.  . We do not'ask yoii to buy. All we ask is that  yon examine our lines before you purchase. If we  cannot give you value for your money, we do not  wish to sell you  1 Do not forgetWeav*HOE?leag?nuf?r the SI'ATER  #  Simpn Leiser & Go.* Ltd.  Dun^muir Ave.,  Cumberland.  FOR  STOVES  An d  RANGES  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   8c   BAKERS  AN J PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS   m   Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's UEKR  Wholesale Dealers* iu all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors,  Furniture and Household  *��������������� ^, - ��������������������������� ��������� *���������       *  SUPPLIES  ������  Wallpaper  Paints  * *  Varnish  Oils' Etc.  ��������� ,_������_E  TRY THE  The Magftet Cash Store.   ^Ft���������E-���������BATTEr-GumberlandT--^���������  ���������������������������*._'  tl   ������������,'  SECOND  Coronation Pictures.  The���������pictures of tliu coronation  of King George V��������� will l������c shbwii  nt the City Hull. on Kridny and  ���������SatiH'diiy, .Manager" Curtis iti to  be congratulated on securing these  pictni'uH so soon. As an aditionnl  feature, tlio coronation ceremonies  nt Victoria, will also ho shown tlio  same evenings, As tills himso  has always made ft practice of en-  toriiig to the childreN,,thero will  ho n special matinee, Friday, at  2,30, when all children will ho nd \  mittod for tliu small sum of 5 cunts.  Thoro will also bo a matinee at  STREET  at  The 'Vancouver, Island Swimming Championship will he held  at the Gorge 1'nrk. Victoria, 11.  C. on Saturday afternoon, 'July  22nd, "/Mil. All competitors  must hp registeied with tho li. C.  A. S. A, 7 days beforo the events.  Tho registration fee Ih 25c, En-  try forms can boobtalnod, togeth-  with any further information, from  I*. li. Pom frot, Secretary-'!'rens-  ui'mv 0, C. A, S, A., P.O. llox  817, Victoria,\\ 0,  Locals.  Grrtnd Master GriniaBon, met  the local Orangemen in session on  Wednesday evening. A lnVge  mnn bur of local, and visiting  brethren wero present, After tho  members of the order, with their  guest, adjourned to Mr. li. Rich  arils' diinng parlors, where an ex-  cullent'collation was served, to  which all did ample justice. ' Tho  evening was enlivened  by snugs,  recitations and speeches, which  lusted until after midnight. Kvery-  body went home with clear heads  and unimpaired vision, as nothing  Btonger than tea and coflW wins  served, A couple of'tho brethren  wore fooling a little sore, they not  having fully recovered from the  onslaught of iho "goat,'*  The Church of England heltf  a very, successful and enjoyable  strawberry festival and dance in  Cumberland Hull,, on the afternoon and evening of Friday last.  The nice little sum of $30.00  was cleared.  Mr. L. McAlister of tho Royal  Bank, will leave for uncouver  by Friday's'boat on a vacation  trip to Vancouver.  The stores will close on Wednesday afternoon in honor of the  12th of Julv.  Chas,   Hera  and his staff of  ing the McPh  f Oourlenay,  mon aro paint-  ������iiI(.1iijq.  ,      .. SUBSCKl^lON $I.OO A VKa������  tmmmommmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi^^mmmmimammmmam*^*mmmm*mmmmm*m*mtitmtt^  I  THE CORNER STORE  I Look out  FOB   OUR  GBEAT  Annual  r .  Summer  FOE   PAY-DAY, AND  WEEK   FOLLOWING  ���������������*  ������  43  J. N. McLEOD,  Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland  3  t  r������  <*���������  ft  ���������*���������.  $>-  THE CANADIAN BANK  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD. General Manager  ;jCAPITALi - $ 1.0,000,000 _...'. RBSJor $7,000,000 ,  '    "l, ���������**��������� imaim flmataw  "*.ir  COLLECTION   BUSINESS  With its large number of branches, agents and correspondents. The  Canadian Banlc of Commerce is able to effect collections throughout  the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on  application..  FOREIGN   BUSINESS 230  Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling:,  francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,  can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH.   W. T.  ISS^S������!HB_r~S-S  Miss Foote, of Coniox, daughter of Dr. Footc, who in now  practicing there, in visiting Cum-  l-erland, .uni in tho guest of Mr.*);  ,1, J toe.  Lehmd Mo unco left by Sunday'-**  boat for Nannimo, to join a f-nv  v.������y party, headed hy A. G, King  WHITE. IMftnsj?**  V        ,l',!Jil.J'l.J_Jl.B1-."i_������  Cumberland onjoy������ the unenviable dintinction of having prohnhly  tho worst -sidiMvnlkB of any town  of itfl Hi/.c and Importance in Brit-  ibh Colninbin.���������Ooloniiit. ���������  Men 'Thomas Horbury and hor  dinghtcr, Mrs, W, AV. Anderson,  who.ha������ boon  visiting hero for  at 10,80  Saturday  morning,   to,govom| w00|(8f )0ft t<ol. Vnncouvor  MM  I  give those working at night, a  ehanco to sec those grand pictures?,  Thf nilmissfon will  be  10c. and  ������5<\  POR SAUv-42 acres of hay,  by acre or ton. If hauled hy jinr-  chaser, $^0,00 per ton, ifdoliv  ored 22,00 por ton, Good clover  and tlniothy, Apply Cl,iei������ Venk,  Wostwood Farm, Sandwick, W, O,  ��������� 1*081'--A bunch of eight keyi.  Finder pU-asii return to thi** olllee.  A Keward of $1 will be paid.  r -**���������"���������-*-  There was  no inceling of "tho  City Council on Nfouday evening,  owing to the ul'deuco of a i^iiiii'iini  hy Sunday's boat,  -41-  'tMin t\t*nth trml' rvln***-* of Pnnvt-  oua|o������ Sinuky, ol LvsYiv V, M.,  infant fioii of Mr. and Mrs, Peicr  Leo Andertou, aged 0 month**,  The funeral took place on Tucs-  day morning, Kev. Father Mer-  tens otilchiting,  Mr. F, R. Mills, of Vancouver,  is tho new drygoods saleoman at  tho Big Store,  On Friday evening Mian Max-  ine VVillianin the popular soloist,  at the City Hall has consented  to r*ing that ever popular ballad  ������������������Annie l-nnrit."  Miss Milfoil, eldest daughtor of  Miv and Mrs. Koht Grant, and  hor friend Mln������ Lena Hughes, are  iu the city,' nnd will, together  with Mi;. Grant and Miv Albert  Grant, leave this morning for the  Grant   summer   home   at  Jolly  CW-i*    (-.������*"������������������>    ���������"���������"'���������fif-li.    M-hoi'o   the  *       ������ '  3't*/'*i^ hd'wti wMmtfuiu) thvh'finn-  iner with theii* hosts of young  friends. Miss Lillian " is very  lU'oud of the fact that she is an  ii<-<!oiii]ili_licil driver ninl the new  Mitchell of Mr. Grant's is a bounty  and a ppeedy one. The young ladles anticipate a most enjoyable  summer. Mr, Grant report* the  i*i������im1k for automobiles botMv.n  Cn-ul-erliiud and JVaniif 111011s nmxl  excellent, On his trip .down he  made the 72 mile* very easily in  iibnut JMifiiis,���������Nanaimo Herald  uNtiU Dili,  W. B. Anderson left for his  home at Victoria by Sunday's  boat.   1 .0.   ��������� *  ������������������Dick" says he wouldn't won-  dor at a man committing suicide  over the job, as he was tempted  to do it two or three times during the past month.  ������������������~~-. ,i   The output of coal from local,  mines for the month of June, was  Ii7,*t77 tons.  Cumberland Con sorvatives at  a meeting held on Monday night,  chose Thomas K. Date'of this city,  as their candidate in the forthcoming Federal election. The  choice was a unanimous ono,  Mr, and Mrs, C. I),', Gillanders,  of Vancouver arrived hero ou Suri.  day on a visit to Mrs. (-inlanders'  Santa .Barbara,, July7.���������A life  lwat transferring passenger* from  the stranded steamer "Santa Rus*"  capsized late lliif- afteiimon nnd  many drowned, .at least, twenty  being lost.  The steamer iMrnnded eailv this  morning, -The .vessel sailed from  Frisco, yesterday morning with  '210 pasBongors, It was owned by  the Pacific Coast Company, whose  Hteamer Spokane was wrecked in  Seymour Marrows lost we'd..  Latest reports.stale tha* three  lifeboats wero lost and over 110  drowned and "the vessel ip hronld  lug up with the remainder uf tho  pasHcngi'i'i' on hoard. She is al.  most submerged,  Census returns are being seat  ., to Ottawa as rapidly as possible  parents, Mr, and Mrs, J, Abrams. j by Coinissio'uer P-iuce,  ���������Mora  ���������IWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIW  -A NEW" LOT OF  Curtains,  Curtain Muslins  and Portieres.  36 in. wide, deep cream Madras  Muslins, iu 12 different pot  tctuM.i   2Gt, u y-J.  r\ large range of Lace Curtains,  iu dlflerent patterns, 54 lu.  wide and 3! yards long, per  pair,  $1,50  Scrim nud (Muslin ('urtni'.is, in  floral and Paisley patterns,  border all tound,   per  pair    $1.60 and $2.00  Hftivy.Rrasft Extension Rods, x  in, tube by 78 in. long, fm-  ishcd wuh Im)) f������jd,75c Cfltll  50 doz, Men's J-tlnck Rib Wool  Socks, regular v,oe, and 60c.  Whilcthcylnst3pahsfor$1  !������; pieces 5 in. wide Silk Kibbou  in ull ihe rawest shades, reg  i.lar 25c ribbon, for 15c 3 yd  T.HiVia7, THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Ghe  Riverman  By STEWART  EDWARD WHITE  ft_WiKfct ������M. kr ma NcClm Cwbv  c^rriibi, vm, MM. at  mtamaai tmaratm Waam  (Continued.)  Chapter!  36  UO seem to huve this gume all  ti_*im-tl out," sulci Orde with  contempt.  ���������'W.li. said the other, "let's  eettle this thiuj;. i He tm-t remains that  the arm owes u uote to Ht-inzitiun which  Jt cannot pny. "iou owe a note to the  firm which you cannot'pay. All this  may be slightly irregular, out tor private reasons you do not care to make  , public the irregularity.0 A_u I ngbt so  iarr '���������;���������:     ./'������, '  "You might bear the other side," interrupted Urde. "in the first place."  said he, producing a bundle of papers,  "1 have tbe uote and the mortgages in  my possession."  "Whence Heinzfiian will shortly rescue them as sooii as l get to see  bim." countered Aewniaru.  "It you force Ueinzman he'll land  you." Orde pointed out,  "There is Canada tor me. He travels with heavieripnjjjriiKe,"  "You'd lose everytt-iiiR." ������    '"���������  "Not quite," smiled .Newmark. "And.  as usual, you are ^Forgetting'tbe personal equation, tieinzman is���������Heuiz-  xnan.   Aiid l am l."  "Then J suppose this affidavit from  Heinzman as to the details ot all this  ia useless for the surne reason'."  Newmark's thin lips parted.  "Correct," said he.  "But you're ready to compromise below the face of the noteV"  New mar. hesitated.  "Yes," said he. "because 1 know you  well enough to realize tdat ttiere is a  point where your loyalty to Heinzman  would step aside In favor ot your loyalty to your family."  "And  you _thiuK  you   know  -where  that point is?" ~    _~  "It's the basis of, my compromise."  Orde laughed.  "The worst of It is 1 believe you're  right." said he at last. "Vou have the  thing sized up. and there isn't a flaw  Jn yonr reasoning. I always said that  yon were ttfe brnlns of this concern,  if it were not for one thing I'd com-  (promise sure, and tbat one thiug was  lx>yntid your power to foresee."  He piuiKf'd. Newmark's eyes bait  closed again in a quick durtlng effort  of his brain to run back over all the  elements of the game he was playing.  "What is it?" asked Newmurk at  laat. ��������� '  "Heinzman died of smallpox at 4  o'clock this afternoon," suid Orde.  Newmark's face went slowly gray.  For a full minute be eat absolutely  motionless.  "Where are you going?" asked Ordo  fluletly.  "I'm going to Ret- myself a drink in  my bedroom," ho Bnapped.   "Any ob*  i- "No. After you get your drink 1  want to tallt to you."  Newmark snarled at him: "you  needn't be afraid I'll run away. Bow'd  J get out of town?"  Orde looked thoughtfully at Heinz-  mail's nflldavlt, which, duly disinfected,  had been handed lilm by Dr. McMullon  ns Important, Then ho nroso to hln  feet und glided softly iicrosH tlio room  to tnke n position close to tho door  through which Newmark hnd (lepnrled.  Finally tho door swung briskly Inward.  Llko a panther Ordo sprung forward.  He pinioned NewumrU's arms to hln  Bide, whore ho held them Immovable  with one of his own, Tlio other hand  ho ran down Nowmiirlc's right arm to  the pocket There followed nn Instnnt  of resistance. With n sharp cry of  pain Now murk snatched his timid out  nnd gazed ntwwdl.v at tho half crushed Angora, Orde drew forth tho ro-  volvor Nowmnrl" had grasped In tho  com pocket,    lie Mplllod out tlio car-      ������������������Kind of," sho replied, and ralaod  trldges and tossed tho empty weapon    hor face to his.  to Nowtnnrk.  "There's your plaything," snld he.  "Bo you wanted (Imt affidavit, did  you?"  He pnunod.  "I don't need lo toll you thnt I've got  you," snld ho Una liy, "nor what I  think of you. I can send you over tlio  ro������d for tho host part of your natural  dayn; nlso I've got these notes and  the morrgngo."  "Quit It," growled Newmnrk. "bond  me up and bt> U���������iJT  "That'll tho question," went on Ordo  slowly. "You hurt me pretty bnd, Joo.  I thought of you nn n friend.   I hnd  "Well, turn me over to your sheritf  and let's get through wltb this," said  Newmark sullenly.  Orde rose.  "Look here. Newmnrk, that's Just  what I've been coming to, just what  I've hnd such a hard time to get hold  of. I'm not going to hand you over  to any sheriff. I'm going to let you  off. No," be continued, in response to  Newmark's look of incredulous amazement, "it isn't from any fool notion of  forgiveness. I told you I dldu't forgive you. But I'm not going to burden my future life with you. That's  Just, plain, ordinary selfishness. 1 suppose 1 really ought to jug you, but If  I do I'll always carry with,,me" the  thought that I've taken It On myself  to judge a man. And I don't believe  any man is competent to judge another." ',,  Newmark, who had listened to this  rambling exposition with curiosity,  broke into a laugh.  "You've convicted me," be said.  "I'm a most awful failure. 1 thought  I knew you, but this passes all belief."  Orde brushed this speech aside as Irrelevant.  "Our association, of course, comes to  an end. There remain the terms of  settlement. 1 could are you out of this  without a cent, uud you'd have to git.  But that wouldn't be fair. I don't give  n hang for you, but it wouldn't be  fair to me. Now, as for the northern  peninsula timber, you have had seventy-five thousand out of that and have  lent me the same amount. Call that  quits. I will take up your note when  it comes due and destroy the one given  to Heinzman. For all your holdings iu  our common business l will give you  my note without interest and without  time for $100,000. That is not its face  value nor anything like it, but you  have caused me directly and indirectly  considerable loss. I don't know how  soon I can pay this note, but it will be  paid."  ,   "All right." agreed Newmark.  "Does that satisfy you?"  "1 suppose it's, got to."  "Very well. 1 have the papers here  all made out. They need simply to be  signed and witnessed. Timbuli is the  nearest notary.   Come." said he.  ln silence the two walked the block  and a half to tbe notary's house. Finally the papers were executed. In  tbe street Newmark paused significantly, but Orde did not take the blue   .  "Are you coming with me?" asked  Newmark.  "1 am." replied Orde. "There is one  thing more."   in silence once more they returned to  *tBe"Wadowy~row"~libra~ry^ Newlnark*  threw himself into tbe armchair. He  was once again the coldly calculating,  cynical observer. Orde turned to face  him.  "You have five days to leave town."  he said crisply.   "Don't ever show up  here again.   Let me have your address  for the payment of this note."  He took two steps forward.  "You're a dirty, low lived skunk. If  you think you're going to get off scot  free you're mightily mistaken."  Newmark half arose.  "What do you mean?" ho asked In  some alarm. -  "1 mean that I'm going to give you  about the worst licking you ever beard  toll of," replied Ordo, buttoning his  coat.  ���������        ��������� y    a        ���������   .     a        a       a  Five minutes later Ordo emerged  from Newmark's house, softly rubbing  the palm of one  hand over the  knuckles of tbo  other.  He turned out  of tbe side street.  His own bouse  lay before him.  Ho stopped, then  b t o I o forward  softly until bo  stood looking in  through the doorway.  Carroll ant.lonn-  Ing  against  the  goldou hart), bor  "irHMitdovoumconr shining head with  he asked. tho soft shadows  bent until It almost touched tho strings.  Her hands wore Btruylng Idly over accustomed chords and rich modulations,  tho plaintive half music ot revorlo.  Orde crept io lior unheard. (...ntljr  ho clasped her, She sit nil hack against  his breast with a happy lltrio sigh,  "Kind of fun being married, Isn't It,  sweetheart?" he said.  TUB    KND.  DAJ/IES AND DAUGHTERS.  Kmtnn Nevada, tbe prima doniiH.  now lives in Paris. Her real name is  Wlxon.  KIN* Terry, the actress, has been  married three times. Her hist bus-'  baud was (J. F.'Warts, tbe iirtisy.  Mrs. Helen Hoy (Jreeley, sutiragette.  urges married suffragettes fo drop ittv  "Mrs." and discontinue the Christian  names "of I heir husbands,  TliitMigh the efforts of Miss Margr.-  ret Ashton the first rounielnui lodging  lv>*i������** for women in Eugland was recently opened in Manchester, Mist  Ashton Is a member of Manchester'-*  municipal council.  The Pnlted States judges in the  eighth circuit met in Pt. l'auri'ecently  and elected Miss Louise 'Iron ot that  city to the clerkship of the circuit  f-onri. -'Miss Trott had for tweijiy-iwn  years been the deputy clerk.  Frnitleln Catiline Werner Is the leader of u movement In Germany to require all girls to do compulsory domestic service for a term of years,  just as the young men have to do  compnWory military service in tbat  country.  3&  Middy's  Mirror  The Writers.  Richard Harding Davis, ihe novelist,  formerly published a newspaper in  Philadelphia called tbe Mage,  I toy Norton, the author, was at one  time a lawyer in Utah. ��������� He was :u.o  .upevlnteudent of ti mine in Oregon.  Liti'-oln SteftfMis. the author, studied  philosophy for several years In l-.urope  and then became a newspaper reporter.  l-'ranklln Matthews. on������ of the edl-  tors ot the New tori. Sun. traveled lo-*  venrs as advance agent tor lecture  tours ot needier, Mark Twain and  others.  Thomas Dixon, the novelist, was a  lawyer, a politician aud a Baptist ruln-  .ster before he began to write tiction.  He was elected a member ot the l**_-is-  Inture of North Carolina a year before  je had reached tbe voting age.  Town Topics.  Boston announces that beans will  .ure tuoerculosis. Boston appears to  be getting sensational iu her advertising met bods.-Detroit Free Press.  Cincinnati has been termed the "dirtiest" and New York the "noisiest" of.  all  cities in  America.    So  Pittsburg  jiURt   lie   content   with   "busiest."���������  Pittsburg Leader.  ~Ne''FYoT^i^  big buildings, big projects, big m������n  _nd big disasters. Too bad ber big  men aren't big enough to safeguard  tbe city against the big disasters.���������  Syracuse Herald.  Aviation.  One hundred thousand dollars hns  been spent by nn English eoucern tor  apparatus to test airship propellers.  Sir tiiram Maxim hns resigned the  directorship of tbe Vlckers-Maxlm  company in order to devote bimseif  with Grahnme-White vo perfecting an  aerial-fleet tor the British army.  Many aeroplane factories now test  their machines before delivery by  turning the aeroplane upside down nnd  piling sand oyer tbe wiugs. This brings  conslderab/e strain to bear ou tue lap:  ric aud framework, which splits it it is  not reliable.  English as She li Uiad.  Teacher-Johnny, wbnt Is the mean*  lng ot the word "procrastlnntoV"  Pupil���������'Jo put ott*.  Twubt-r-Illfiht Use It In nn ortsl-  nni sentence.  Pupli-Tho brokeman procrastinated  the tramp from tba traln.-���������luveiand  Recent Inventions.  Once driven Into wood, a recently Ih-  vented split mill cannot be withdrawn,  as the two parts curl away trom each  other, :.   A portable yjouum cleaner brought  out In rcnghin$������4lf������o may be used ns *t  sent, table, <!HPt. music stool or  pedestal.        f||te  A Cmindlnn triiil|ter basi Invented a  fins pulling in ac blue which, It Is ciu'.ni-  ed, will oiled a saving of bO per ceut  over muni puiilug.  Masculine Modes.  A fashionable tailor Is advising hln  customers to noted suitings to match  their hair. Woudi-r whnt goes well  with bald heads.��������� New York American,  Velvet truiisors cuffs will bo the rnge  this summer, according to a report  ���������from New York. If iho style ever is  adopted It will behoove mere mnn to  maintain a deep alienee on ihe subject  ot ihe Unrein skirt,���������Milwaukee tsuutl-  uel.  a hard tlmo getting over thnt paH of i, Leader.  lu \.\s\-ji U-**a CiifcOtLcr ii ������.kx1 iv.any  years now, and au near ns I enn make  out you've been strnlght ns a string  with mo for eight of them. Then I  uupp-wo tho chance en mo and beforo  you Know It you woro ln over your  nook,"  "Oh, for GmVs sake, drop that  preaching. It mnko. mo sick I" broke  out Newmnrk,  "I'm hot preaching," snld Orde, "nnd  rven If I wero I've pnld u good mnny  thousands of dollnrs, it seems, lo buy  the rluht to nny whnt I d-n please  And If yon'think I'm working up to a  if  If You're Going Over,  going to tn* crowning, why, you'll  plea** remember thnt  Your neort inuit oa provided with a ooro-  nniion titt,  And tnan th������r*'s Just another thlm tbtt  should your notict siwro-  You ruatiy ougnt to tear in mind It takw  ���������. lot ot fnro.  -CUveland Plain Dtalsr.  Pa's Ids* of It.  Wttle Wlllle-Thnt pnper says thoro  art. no stntuen ot women in the hall of  fame. pn.   Why Is that?  Ps���������on. thst Is easily erplalned. my  Christlnn  mistaken,  you."  forflveness   racket   you'ro i ������<>n.   There isn't nny hall In tho coun������  I'm not,    1 don't forgive  iry bnlf inrtfe pnough for nil our famous wonieti.���������Pittsbiirg Press.  mr   m-  "   i  Train and Track.  P.urope builds nearly 7,000 new locomotives yearly.  Millions of teet of wire were used  for nil I road slimulH for tbe new I'eiin-  svlv-iiilu rl-rniltinl und tunnel In New  \ oru.  ''���������"-M'*** kIiouUiz the ink' ,'itiO Ain-  tniH'D covered on dlnls, a speetl Indicator ii������ert on many French locomotive-* record*- also the duration of runs  unci stops on a roll of paper.  Feminine Fashions.  The Intent huts show thnt milliners  nrp as cnixy ������������* ever.-Ht Joseph News  Prews.  Those hnrem skirts must be tho  Turkish atrocities wo used tu bear  iil-niit.-Washington Post.  The skirt that Is divided ngnlnst It-  fi'lf diiiiiot stand very much ttiort* of  V\U t,ilk.-<*oliiint>UA IMspfltch.  I.nut season It wns nn Alice blue, to  rtn; \t'- " Helen pink, nnd tomorrow-  will It lie a HvUi U������'.n?--Tonknwn  lOkln.i Cblwdalu.  I  Homsi-rtadtt Cosmstlos.  Any woman who intends making cosmetics must first understand certain  fundamental rules or she will only  waste materials.  Fats, such as spermaceti, wax and  others naturally bard, are to be softened before mixing with other things,  tbey may even be melted a little, but  two facts are to be borne in mind.  One Is that direct heat must never be  employed. A "bath" is tbe only way,  by which is meant putting the materials iuto a china or glass vessel and  placing this in hot water. Direct heat  will ruin fats.  Tbe other detail is that once fats become actually hot tbey are ruined and  will not harden when cold. The ideal  method is to break tbe solids into small  and regular bits and soften them ln  the bath. If they melt, then the liquid  will be only warm aud not hot unless  the bath is made too hot.  When liquids are to be combined  with grease, as rosewater in cold  cream, the mixing must be slow and  stirring incessant. If hastily put together they will not blend. The stream  of liquid should be not more than a  thread in .size, and if the mixture begins to harden too soon it may be returned for a moment to the butb, continuing stirring.  Still another point is that glass or  china should always be the receptacle.  Metals will blacken creams and witb  some formulas will ruin the results  through chemical action. Stirring, if  metal is employed, must be done with  Biiver. An ivory paper cutter Is good,  only one must be certain it is ivory  and uot celluloid. Bone is ideal for  almost any chemical work, and a glass  rod is unequaled.  When toilet waters are being compounded they must stand always for  ten days before opening, and three  months will, bring better results.  Homemade powders are rarely successful only because they are not mixed  sufficiently. Ten times Is none too  ~many"Td~"pass^a"- formula" through- a���������  coarse muslin.  Another cause of failure is that inexperienced persons attempt to work  tbe perfumed oils used into the powder insiead of the powder into the  oils.  Smoothness Is impossible in either  case, but in the latter way if a few  grains nre absorbed at a time all the  oil is taken up. and many slftings will  finally distribute it, tbe lumps being  forced through the clotb each time.  Lemon Juice to Remove Stains.  There are various preparations sold  by manicures to remove stains under  the finger nails. With careful laws  most of these can be relied upon, but  If there is any doubt about a special  preparation substitute lemon juice.  As a stain remover it is excellent,  and the woman who keeps half a |em-  on on'the stationary washstand where  she washes her hands rarely will have  to blush for. the unsigbtllness of ber  nails. '   ���������   o  Oxalic ncld is also good, but is Injurious to somo skins. It should be  applied with a bit of cotton on tbe  end of an orange wood stick. In using  tho lemon tlio tips of tho Angers can  bo rubbed into n section of It, Later  rinse well with clear water.  Stains on tho sides of tho Angers  nro quickly removed with a moist  pumlco stono. Tills Is invaluablo to  got off tho first blotches nftor preserving, painting or doing any disfiguring  work. In cases whero tho skin under  tho nails has roughened a littlo powdered pumice cun bo molstoni������J with  lemon julco ������And applied with nn  ornngo wood stick. ,,  Colored 8Jioe������ No Longer In Fashion.  Tho smart woaon In .New Vork society no longer wear colored shoes.  That lively fancy at least is'vanishing, Hlnek is now fur moro popular.  It is said tho fancy colors wero glvon  up because they mndo tho "feet look  "so uwfully big," ns ono young matron poutlngly expresses It. Pntont  lenther Is seen, and blnck volvet is  tbo cholco of tbo womnn who enn afford any numbor of pairs and who  motors everywhere, In certain ensos  tho uppers of tho now feminine hoots  and shoes aro mado of pnie mushroom  tinted kid, and now and thon ono still  sees tho shoo thnt; mutches the gray or  brown skirt. For dancing tho favorite  io a black volvet boot I need up tho  iront, tiuu mm _m.*u ir oho uiuu wilu  u black pearl button. Blnck pntln  dancing boots wrought with gold nnd  silver wero worn tho othor day nt n  dnnco in n fashlonoblo section of tbo  metropolis.   Tn Save Cologne.  Tho Intent crystal and sliver colognt  bottlos hnvo an olongnted stopper thai  touches the bottom of. tbo bottle, nnd  this facilitates the use and saving of  tho perfume. The cologne, with tbo  aid of the .topper, can bo quickly and  economically applied to either th*  drew or handkerchief.  FROZEN REGIONS.  Lessons   Learned    In    Recent   Polar  Explorations.  Speaking at the Royal Geographical  Society on "the Australasian Antarc-  tL Expedition," Dr. Douglas Mawson  sai 1 that Australia and New Zealand  hud always been anxious lor further  knowledge uf the groat frozen continent lying to the southward ol them.  From tho earliest umo_ the heartiest  recoptii-in had always been tendered  to v'liting expeditions, either foreign  or lii.u.ii. .nt! iv.wurci.-s of these  young countries, however, had bern  so taxed with the expense of exploration conducted, within thoir own borders and neighboring island**, thnt the  largo sum of money required for Antarctic research had never, in the past,  been forthcoming. Tho recent British  expeditions had been warmly welcomed, and the results had been regarded  u-s eminently satisfactory. But be-  "jnuse the l.osesia area was more conveniently situated to the south geographic pole, most expeditions to the  Australian "uadrant had wintered  there. This had led to the neglect ot  the great const line westward of Cape  Adaro, and information regarding it.:a  very fragmentary and for'the most  part unreliable. Properly' equipped,  an expedition to that region should  have no difficulty in achieving great,  geographical successes, for tlie fact  that the ill-found sailing ships of  Wilkes. D'Urville, and Bnllery  achieved u considerable measure of  succss was evidence enough of the  practicability oi navigation along this  coast line.  Alive to tho value of scientific data  there massed and waiting to be collected, lie had ardently _ouy*lit, for an  opportunity to reap the harvest. The  i.ithu.i'i-ni with which ..ustralia and  New Zealand had always' followed  Antarctic research, and thoir growing  resources, led him to decide on an  expedition chiefly supported by those  colonies, and the proposal had received the support of tiie Australasian Association for the Advancement  of Science. The exigences of the  equipment and the need of further  support had brought him to London,  nnd he look advantage ot the opportunity of explaining his propaganda.  Australian and New Zealand types,  he went on, showed a remarkable affinity with those of South America  and South Africa, to the casual observer the met noticeable hoing with  regard to birds and animals. Fossil  evidence was absolutely in favor of a  continuity between South America  and /.ustralia, and the evidence confirmed the theory of "connection between the southern lands by way of  Antartica. the opinion being confirmed  in the minds of scientific men that in  the no. long (geologically) past there  existed a habitable Antarctic continent .^__\_it_h_-L_y__-^*ret_cbing_up _to meet_  with" what" are "now" Tasmania.^South-  America, Xew Zealand, and South Africa. To the south of Australia,  where now is ocean, were highland*-,  providing an nbum.ance f-f material,  shed northward into what were then  lowlands and marine areas.  \ Volcanic activity on a large scale,  remaining even to the present day  in isolated spots, attended the separation of, these land masses. Finally,  an ice age of almost unprecedented  severity overwhelmed the residual  Antarctic continent, and swejit every  trace of life into the southern ocean.  Proceeding, to discuss the plans of  the Australian expedition, Dr. Maw-  8-\i said: "Briefly,* wo hope to have  a complement of 50 men���������ship and  land party���������and proceed south from  Australia about the close of this year..  Practically, every member of the  land pnrty will be a specialist in a  particular branch of science. Most  of tlio recruiting will be amongst the  graduates of the universities of Aus-  irnlia and Now Zealand. It is our  intention to land severnl parties, with  s<*.iv.$ nnd. huts, to . winter between  Cape....dare and Gauss Rerjj, and th������>  ship will return to Australia nnd New  Zenliuvl fnv.the "'hitnr, though not  remaining idle. "It is our special  desire lu accomplisn a complete const  survey ���������between Die two points men-  tlonc'd.y and' cnrriplcte the magnetic  (���������hurting of the 'i*ej������ion north of the  south* ningrietic pole,' The several  wintering stations will simultaneously  despatch coastal sledging parties on  either bund, .thu. dividing..up tho  tusk, A special journey will be madu  inland from our main base on tho  north const to the south magnetic  polo, thus completing in conjunction  with the former .journey in, which I  purtieipntcd the crossing of that corner of South Victoria Land.. For the  rest, without entering into detail-*, t  limy say that to branch of science  will bo neglected.,"  Send for free sample to Dent. 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Wlad, ot  Choka-dowa, aaa b* _a>  Morad with  ^PSDRWNt  Left Their Tail* Behind Them.  The following Htory is told of Dr,  Arnold nf Kunfby, England i  One nitfhl tlie jjreat doctor wont for  n .troll In the "roundi" after tiie boy*  of tlie Reliool liii-i retiri'd to rest, and  all wore HiippoHcd to be anug In bod,  To the doctor'** surprise, u boy cro*������������  ed the terrace wlu-re lie Htood, niado  to a certain window, and began to  climb up lo it. Tlie good doctor  grasped the hoy hy one of It Ib coat-  tail*, but the boy esoaped by leaving the coat-tail iii tbo doctor's  hands.  Tho docior Haiti to himsr*!f. "Well,  I'll know wlio it I. in thn morning,  for lie will have but ono tail to hil  . i " i  M'll,  "Rut In the morn'tiff, when the nehnnl  nfmemhlcd, to bin imtonUhment the  whole of the boy* nm relied past him  with one tail on. They had all torn  a fail from their coat.  Acid Frulte Par Beauty.  To create nnd mHfntiln a clear complexion," any������ a French beauty specialist, "it is Decenary to partake of in  ncM fruit nt leant one* a dny." ThUl  rule la eaay to follow.  Tne GroMh ol  unftii.ii.  Thoro are now 400,1)00 words in tho  Rn'RliBh dictionary, exclusive of for.  elttn lannuiiflfe*". ll'ick three centuries  Shnke-jpi'iiro carried abfint in hin-^hmid  five times* an many words a*������ the die  tionary then contained. To-dny it has  n hundred wordi* f<>r every one which  a good writer will une> The greatest  Kiiiiii" in the titmil>"r of word.* recorded  within die lrl fifty year, have, of  cniirw-, come fri*ni a minute raking  over nf ull acreMibJe Knglish docu-  n, nt* and from i������:*ecinl branches ot  human labor, particularly the sciences, in which changing conditions  finvn made mvessnry hrintn of new  it-nun,  er any Bauah or 8wellln������.  Ho blUUr. no h*alr|  goaa, and horn k������pi ix,  work. ������..������> ur boUI.. 4.-  UTe.������d. Book 3 D frer.  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His Discovery
"Pop,   do   Panama   hats
come from trees?"
"Yes, my son."
"Oh, I know!   It's a hat tree!"
Wyandotte���"I am feeling very uncomfortable."*
Minorcu���"Whatever is the matter?"   '
Wyandotte���"My pin feathers are
sticking me."
-The busiest thing in the world is
-idle curiosity.
Many a swanlike neck is supporting
a cgoose head.
Cheaper grades of bicycles are increasingly used in Japan.
T.ou   doubtless   need   someone   to
point out mistakes,   but   you   don't
- want him.
Usher ��� "Ladies, the audience
wishes you to keep still during, this
performance." " . "
Ladies���"Heavens! Is it possible
that the audience hasn't heard this
old opera before?"     ,
Maintaining Illusion
"He's a stickler for realism." "Yes;
but he carries it to excess. In the second scene ho is supposed to be severely wounded, and he has a surgeon
issue bulletins between the acts."���
Louisville Courier-Journal.'    . *-. ���
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Two's company'; three's an eternal
Town  criers were abolished
women's clubs were organized.
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His Novels Are About Real Live People Th.it Everybody. Knows. ���
'ihe centenary of .Thackeray ' is "an
appropriate oceasioi. for a declaration
oi faith. Not that there has been
any substantial heresy, but of ��� late
the curious .may have noticed a persistent campaign of deprecation among
the minor critics. All Grub Street
would seem to have formed a bearing
trust. No one would wish to be hard
on them. After all, critics', have -'to
live. To live they must write, arid if,
as we nre told, people do - not. read
Thackeray's works, they, have always
been ready to read about them.. One
generation had exhausted the", Ian-
gunge of appreciation. The next,
reimy .with sharpened quills, waited
only for inspiration. Unfortunately,
it requires some literary cralt to make
on old story readable and inspiration
kited. Then some glowworn of Grub
Street discovered * Thackeray was a
sentimentalist, and ink ran almost !n
a spate.
We all know the unpardonable sin
in literature is sentiment. You may be
.obscene, dull, even historical, and be
respected and possibly read, but venture sentiment and you ure damned,
unless, indeed, you happen to be a
Scotchman. It is , a li. Je hard for
nn author to be resented in one age as
n cynic, only to be rejected in the
next as a sentimentalist.
Now, Thackeray's sentiment wa.
never false. Of all' t.. ^ kindly
touches giving that intimate charm to
the green volumes, there is not one
, that after all the years does not ring
'true. But he wrote decently and like
n gentleman, and what is more unpardonable, with a sense of his responsibility as a power for gv��--d' or
The best criticism I have heard of
Thackeray's works was oddiy enough,
iny% introduction to them. /Years ago,
in a certain house library at Eton,
some boys wer�� discussing, ard I need
hardly say adversely, the book* in it;
und one of them, pointing to the green
volumes of Mr. Thackeray, snid,
"Fancy anybody buying stuff like
that," to which another said, indi_-
imntly, "They are very good books."
"What are they about?" he was asked, ' "About people," he said.
Like Mr. Pickwick's famous remark
on the management of crowds, "volumes could say no more." They are
about people���live people���uncannily
.p'ive���it is almoaf impossible to believe they haven't actual existence.
I declare, when 1 saw "Vanity Fair"
on the stag" I was almost frightened
when our old friends came on. Yes,
you may dislike the books, you may
criticize their .philosophy, and methods, but never were books written
whose characters were so full of red
blood.���London National Eeview.
The Wrong One
Lady���I'm looking for a governess
for my children.
Manager of Intelligence Office���
Didn't wo.ev.pply you with one last
Manager���Well, madam, according
to her report, you don't need a governess.   You need a lion \amer."
A Generous Gift
"You may say what you like against
young ministers, but I have nothing
but praise for our young pastor," the
pompous Mr. Brown remarked, as he
passed out of the church. "Nothing
but praise!"
"So I observed," dryly retorted the
deacon who had passed the plate.
Correct  Dimensions
At a party Sarah's aunt said to her,
"Child, you eat a great deal for a little girl of three." Sarah replied, "Oh,
I'se not so little on the inside,
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After persevering with the Zam-Buk'
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on' hand."
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���lord Kilmarnock, son of the ;Enrl
of Erroll, who was, injured by' the
accidental discharee of ��� a gun whilty
out with the royal party near Ab<��r-
goldie, Scotland, is heir to one of the
oldest earldoms in the, kingdom ^nnd
in time will become twenty-fourth
Hereditary Lord High Constable of
Scotland, an office which has. beon
hold by members of his family for
over six hundred, years. The Hays
truce back their lineage to the Nor.
man De La Hayes, who settled in
England at the Conquest. Thirty-
lour years, of ago, Lord. Kilmarnock
is second secretary in the diplomatic
service, and he married in lflOO tho
only dnushter of Sir Allan Mackenzie, of Glen Muick. His 'lordship is
tho author of a terribly tragic story,
"Perelith," in which tlie heroine,
who is unhnrmily married, console'!
herself witli the family ghost! The
scene is hud in his ancestral castle
of Slainos; but the only eho3t story
they have there is thnt the hend of
the Kilmarnock who was executed
nfter the '*I5 rebellion occasionally
roll? about tho room. The Earl of
Erroll was born in Canada fifty-oieht
yours ngo, and succeeded his father
In 1801. For some years he com-
'minded the Royal Horse Guards.
Well, Then?
"Did you, hear about the' new fad
for ladies?"
"No, what is it?"
"They're going' to have pockets in
their stockings."
"Well, that's a good one. Won't
it' be funny to see all the ladies walking down the main street with their
hands in their pockets?"
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Humor Under Difficulties.
Seme of His Majesty's "hoarders"
seem able to get amusement from
thoir enforcod visits to the state
"hotels." At least, it would seem ?o
(vom remark") found written on wiilU
nnd on the sin to? provided in tho
colls, nfter their departure,
Here i; u set of rules drnwn up hy
one humorous prisoner, which are
Rood reading;, ovon if they aro not
good dlscinlino-
1.���Prisoner* wishing to rl^o enrly,
will find 'ndilor and s-olf-ralsing flour
In the kitoh.cn.
2,���Tf the cell in too dnrk, tnko n
IcMh.r out of tho pillow; that will bo
"!ir*;Iit" cnouirh.
jl.���Pr!.onPrii hIiouM mill"-"* suro.thnt
llior**" is plenty of water in their cans,
1)8 there is no "Hjir'.iig" in lhe bed,
I.���Any prisoner wiMiint! , to no
"driving." kindly naU tho ofllcor for
lininmer and nail*,
fi,���-Tf tlio hf*"l Miould he out nf
order, tnko your towel nnd "rlni*." it.
0.���If tho ed! is too hot, hrenk tho
windows nnd soo tlie "fivo.csonpe,"
7.���Do not troubio nbout tho rent,
'in tho hotel ii supported hy iti
"foundittloii."--London  Answers,"
F. Tippins had suffered for years and
spent hundreds on doctors and
medicines, but found the real cure
at last. '
- Tippins-P.O.TT-Que-.���(Special) .���If
Dodd's Kidney Pills have a* more enthusiastic friend anywhere in Canada
than Mr.'' F. Tippins; postmaster here,
we would like to hear'from him. And
Mr, Tippins is~ always ready to tell
why he praises the great Kidney
"After recovering from an attack of
Grippe," the postmaster says, "I took
a pain in my back. I suffered for
nearly three years and it kept growing worse all the time. I was attended by all the doctors around but got
no relief, and I got so bad I had to
keep to my bed. After spending,
about $200 ,on doctors and medicines
I gave up all hope.
''One. day I told my wife to go and
get me a box of Dodd's, Kidney Pills
and that would be the last medicine I
would try. After using about half
tho box I bpgan to feel better, so I
kept on taking them. When I had
tnken two boxes I was able to got
up,' and ton boxes cured me completely."
Dodd's Kidney Pills curo where all
other medicines fail.
Novor us. soap on' linoleum. To
brighten rub with' a cloth wet in
linscod oil after the floor has boon
washed up and well dried.
Keep Mlnard's Liniment In the house
Oh, You  Luke
Thoro  wna  a young  heiress  nnmod
And n, man nnmed Luc Hook tried to
hook her;
But the heiress was shrewd,
Though hor question wns rude:
"Do you look nt my looks, Luke, or
Luoro?" '
A little alum dissolved in the water
in which cretonne is washed is an aid
in keeping colors bright.
Heard From
My little boy, aged four, was very
naughty, and as I had spoken to him
several times, I said to him:
"Roger, if you don't behave. you'll
hear from me." """
After a few seconds' grave thought
he responded:
"All Tight.   Send me a postal."
Minard'-s Liniment lumberman's friend
They have just found in California
the remnant's of a tribe of t Indiana
supposed to be extinct since 1870.
They are keeping them for unprejudiced jurors. * ���
The Beauty of a' Clear Skin.���Tlie condition of tho liver regulated the condition
of the blood. A disordered liver causes
impurities -in^t he--blood- and^these- eho**-
Veterans' Re-Union Postponed
~Owing-to the���President-and-Com-      . 	
manders    of    then Veterans*  Brigade "*��,m8��l^f in blemishes on the skin.   Par;
*-.���-.��� __._���   f.f,A  *Uf.i ���  -,���*���..,���_   molces Vegetable Pills in acting upon the
liver act upon the blood and a clear,
healthy .kin will follow intelligent use of
this standard medicine. Ladies, who will
fully- appreciate this prime quality of
these pills, can use them with the cer.
tainty that the effect will be most gratifying.
being, away, and that many veterans
andXbfficers are attending the Coronation, the> proposed Re-Union of
Veterans in July has been postponed.
It takes nine tailors to make a man,
but one woman can easily make a
goose of a man.
The only medicine a mother should
givo her little ones is' one she can
give and feel absolutely safe thnt not
the slightest harm will result ������ ��� a
medicine that is guaranteed strictly
free from injurious drugs. Such a
medicino is Baby's Own Tablets���
every box is sold under such a guarantee and the mother rn'uy fool perfectly safe in giving them to even the
now-born babe. Concerning them
Mrs. Albert E. Wood, London, Ont.,
snys; "I have found Baby's Own Tablets nil that is claimed for thorn. My
baby hai? had them from birth and
will take thorn cagorly. 1 nm sure
there is no better medicine for little
ones." The Tablets nro sold by
medicine dealers or by mail nt 25
cents a box from The Dr, Williams'
Medicine Co,, Brockville, Ont.
, The gasoline engine servos a very
useful purpose, but. do not expect it
to run the wholo fnnvi.
"I teach my pnuot!, only , short
words," , , �����-
"Do you? Now, I should think that
parrots were better adapted to learn*
ing polysyllables."
Minard's Liniment Co., Limited,
Yarmouth, N.8.
Gentlemon,���In January last, Francis
Leclare, one of the men employed by
me, working in the lumber woods, had
ii tree fall on him, crushing him fearfully. He was, Svh.n found, placed on
a sled and taken home, whore grave
fears were entertained for his recovery, his hips being badly bruiBed and
his body turned black from his ribs
to his feet.- Wo used MINARD'S
LINIMENT on him freely to denden
the pain and with the uso of threo
bottles ho was completely cured and
able' to return to his work.
Elgin Road, L'Islet Co., Que.
"Yes, I had ten children. Thoy oil
grew up nnd married off."
"I suppose it is lonesome now at
"Oh, no. Evory once in a whilo one
of thorn gets a divorce and wanders
of your Htoo
fully tills iumm<
ttWewnrtli.  It mi
remilM were nlmpl
grow, tho
.-.nythlnir. Myhn.*,i*,i
tiilnR iml-iM you get pnylnv rimulU. I
eynr full* your money will Jin promptly
funiti.* ).i_.��}!!c��fi ��'����rV Tr*H h i -mr.
r-Mioentrntf. mcdlnlniil _pr< imrntlon .din'
!*o*.rt of rooti. herns, nerni, b��rk��, etc, nnd
r equally good for hontm, cnlu.cnw., enlvei,
|<-KI, PlR", Hlmnp. K<M\ ���"-. H U fed In
urn-ill .Viriounu mixed with grain and piirlfle*
tlm blood, tone, up uiiiUtrniiBthun-i llio .y*.
Jem nnd ureatiy nidi dl��itIon,and niMml-
tiulnn. io that each unlm-it obtain* more
nutrition from all (nod taken, li li mi ���*��._*
at trite MM Ibi immu! iictallilri at ultra fit*
Hi iviiim that fallen* or kt-iim your nuxtk in
good condition, and at International Htoek
pood lnereaiie-4 miilmlliulnn It will ��av��> ����������
num.., It will .iiiiui yuu iiion* muiio Own
you can posilbly inuke without lu iim*. It
iUo ourei and. prevenu miny fomu of
dlim��,��ndl��tblolutily hMmfm. ejen if
taken Into Uie hum��n iy��l��m. International
Btook Food It .ndoried _ y om two million
larnrtM. who hava u��ed it fw jem. Tha
*diwr of your farm papir wilt tall you wa do
naetlyai aa BfrM.and a; tatettnea wa
��l��e you Uia TraaaraTUnk of lanada.       i
8f our PaH.rt.orwrlttu_*wlthraoart, to nur FREE TRIAL OFF!*
rni"to.ont,-<.anti_meni i fopi	
bo mul to pffpryq^ny taftjmonliil,in javor
hot Im wll limit it Mr anything-. My
\hav�� uiofl It fnl tli
iiauimnar mi	
irtlt. it mad
w��r�� limply
without It for
..... . try iiMty tlii
prlnjf, but tha food clfancd itoompit-taly
mitoftlifilr..item and Oiay wwnttfiroiiBh
.   H .Jd I	
Hla.aumm��r ftnJ proved w, invu
aot a Yory naity fllnti'mper ooiiRti In th
iprlnif, but tha food .l.aiied Itoomplatal
Did Hprlnn work Ana and finma out ot It
rolling tax. J'laaaa duplicate my. l-ut
order, Mr*, Co. rfqucih ma to tell you
that your Poultry Pood la .Mullmt, that
temiht your Poultry food doublet tlie
quantity of <-gt_* jn fact, Itrould nnt w
hntwr lor ��tr nroduetlon and keeping Uia
fowl healthy.-VnuM alneerely,
<8(d.)     Air. K. Cot.
L:*r-! v
���   , f   f'.n   B^lll'l
T!y 1.-st*
Hon oil wns roaponnlhlo tor iniHvonlnn
many a dull cuso, One of tho bent
I'omnrku thut over fell from his lips
ww tho reply to h enunsol who urged
on bohitlf of' a plnintiff of somowhiit
bibulous ���appoiiriince*. "My cllont, my
Jnvfl     Ij   <i   ,iii-ial   roirl'irlfflhlo   'ivifv    'lllll
hold, ii very rc-Hponuiblo poi-ition; ho
in mi��tiH?r,r of -.niiv* wnt^r works." After a long look tlio judgo nnnworod:
"Voh, lie look** like a mini who could
be trusted with nny nniount of water."
Not nn oxporimont, but a proved
[net Hamllns Wianrd Oil has cured
numberless onsen of painful ills for
whloh wn rocommond it, Wo have
tofltimonnls" oh proof.
Tho 8ecret
'.".Tow do you manngo, on your small
siilnrv, to havo such woll cooked and
(lolioioufl moalii?"
"Tho Rocrot is simple.   Every dny T
klsn tho cook and do all I enn to mako
hor hnppy."
"But doesn't your wife object?"
"Oh, no.   She's tho cook." *
On the Outs
Visitor���"Are your papa nnd mnm<
ma ontP" '' ���,
n0y�����'Well, I should sny yos, Thoy
linvon't spoken to each othor for n
Indian Oaniua.
Th��flndiun ncmnt has been aucce?*-
Inlly tiikon, Thn country wn. diviil-
od into ii.OOfMiOO block* with eliitx'-
nUi plana, allowing rnilwnya, roadu,
find rivers. Tho Shan State*, Sikkirn,
rind tho Andnmnn Islands wore inclm).
cil in tho return. Tho anvngo tribt*A
of the Nioobar lalnnds dolivorod
notched stick*, indicating tho strength
ol their itc-hliing m.n. i
T��r, 3, Ti, Kolloffir'*! Dyxontory Conynl I" |
t'0lll|Jl>|l'llli-il     n,...l;'Vv      '".','���'.. '���"''_. '���\""'"1'1   ,
torv, cVinli>ra roorhiia nnd nil Inflnm-mn*!
tory   diiwiU'ri"  that   c)i>uj��i*  of  t<i,>il  <>��� .
wnter may nnt up In thn ntnmnnn    nml I
Intcjtlnoti.    Tliimo   coniplnlnta   nro   moro I
<">rnmon In inimnier then In winter, nnt
tliev   nre   not   eorflned    to   tho   wnrm
inontlm. aa undtin lnxnona of the hownlH
mnv ael��:e n mnn nt n��iv tlme,   nwh a
������tfr.'r,r   u'Hl   flnil   nrieeil'*   rollof   In   Mill!
Literary Triumph
Ambitious Author-Hurrah! Flw
dollnra for my Intcat story, "Tho Call
Faat Frlond���Who fromP
Ambitious Author-Tim oxproaa
rompanv. Thoy lost Itl-Woman's
Homo Cumpuulon.
Mr, Cltymnn Ib horoby informed In
roaponso to his inquiry, thnt wrinklos
on n cow's horn nr�� not caused by
troubio or worry.
W. N, U., No. 847.
Keep Your Skin Clear
with Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment. For more than a
generation no other emollients havedone so much for pimples,
blackheads and other unsightly conditions of the skin, red,
rough, hands, itching; scaly scalps, and dry, thin and falling hair. They do even more for skin-tortured and disfigured Infants. Although Cuticura Soap and Ointment ar��
Bold by druggists and dealers everywhere, a liberal sampls
of each, with 32-page booklet on the care and treatment of
skirt and hair, will be sent, post-free, on application to
, Potter D. & C. Corp., 83 Columbus Ave., Boston, U.S.A.
________________��� ~ mmm  f^M*** p^m Ua VMHIMaaNBMMM^SMMri  t-������������������ i ���������(*,   '.verv   T"!esf'av   m*   th?  tjm  x    &    Su.'Tlb-jcicir.vi  Puq i3hing   Co*np ������������������*' y  -nm imim\-(������^  .*&  T ii- |*a|"*ei' will ii"i buhl >.**v!t  r '--j> njiihlo for the i������j)ini'������ii>**l ������������U������-  *....*���������, as may ���������"ipjjenr-m i������** ?.������ii������mii!6  **"iiii timo h> riiiiu.  TUESDAY,   .July   lltli,    liHl,  Kiiiilisli brothors, 17 mil 18,  desiro continuous ttiipinyniont on  fiirm. Board, lodging ������������������l wnft 1  jvmiineration.    I*.   0.   Uu.\  NuS,  KtlllllilllO. J*. C. ''   -  lhe Universal  Fire Extinguisher.  Energetic representative or  iiwents wanted for the Universal  J'ire Extinguisher. An t-xctHcnt  "seller." Needed in every house.  Apply to  H.JACOBSEN COMPANY,  , Vancouver, B.C.  LIQUOR LICENCE ACT-  (Section 49.) -  NOTICE is hereby given th'*,,nrUhe  32nd diy of July, 1911,   application will  be made to the'Superinien<!pi'il,i)f,..Pro.  vincial   Police   for   lhe   trailer of the  license for the said of liquor by retail, in  and upon the  premises kurwn, .is   the  Port Augibia Hotel, situate sn Comox, *n  Comox district, in the Provinu- nf British  C-ilii'-nbia, from   Joseph   H.  Hoiines, of  t:;.(', Comox, to  John   C.   Clav nee,   of  N mhlieiid, in tbe snid Pi\-,v'm<e of  Brit-  'hColumbia.       Joseph H. li01.Mies,  Hold, r -if lit.en.se.  John C. Ci.aki-.xci-:,  Applicant lor transfer.  NOTICE.:w hereby giveo. that SO day.:  after d.tf.1 iuttnA tu a ply to tlm K������n.  Muuater^oi'LandM for n )ii-_; ko ti*-pic8.j������oi  f-irwuj atm.p.-n-.i t-uiu a-vrr th* fuieshon*  h il under tn������ wate* on tbtt la-ida in aud  opp-' ito\SH*fw*������r . Di'-i-rii t mid tloaccibed a.  f.illow������; -Coi|-*4is.;ii'iti{������,_ ta *-<> t planted  o tin- wm b ������ct'.,i6t<jliajns 1101th "f the  Houtlip-ot ������orug*'>M o 73,..Say������Brd l)'.s������  'i'r, ���������<h'i)(H.,Uu������ en Stlubdn,, thonco  due ������outh fW,eh������in_, thonco duo west (15  chains more or lo*a-,o hit_h water mark on  -i*������ tie.oh, thp. worth rly alony* said  11 aob to plioa of onmuieuti' laent.  &', .J: Eu_.-x-.x__.  \k, l'ltiEST*, a.enfc.  DBWd thia 28tb duy of Maroh, mil. __  NOl'ICK is hereby givon tlmt 80 dajB  after Ua*o I intend to appty ������o the- Hon  Minister of Laud. f< r a licoiisw tn prospect!  fur oni.1 i^nd j-otrolonm under the foliowi.-;  (lesvr)li**d Und. situate iu Sny*anl !)���������������-  tii.t, It C.:���������Coaitnuiicingiit ������ pogi plnnt-  od at tho northeast corutr of Timber JUao  No 47, o������ Uie lunlc oi Campbell River,  th-inep due vouch 77 1(1 eliaks mote or le *  to tho southeast oornor of f'lid Timber  Lease No .7 nnd Qu.iienn Hi-".. Indian  Hegerve, ili.nceduo wist 80 ohuins, tleive  duo west SO i-haiu-", thonco dne nmth SO  chains, theao. due .u-t SOohnna to place ol  C'-mmtnei-mer.t.  BlARrA Jane Pit .est,  E. Priest, .fleet,  Dateed tlm 28th day'of Mirth, 1911.  NOTICE i. hereby given thai 30 da> a  after date I intend to apply to fie TIou  Minister of Lauds ior a licens** to pr.iBpett  for ooal i jidj*jetroleum under the following  described lauds situate in Sayw ard District and being the Carcpbell Iti.er ludinn  ft- servo: Commencing at a post situate ��������� n  the bauk of Campbell River and being tbe  north<i cat ooruer of .aid Restive; thonce  due south 25 chain, mure or l.sr t������ ibe  .o'jtbvvest poriitruf *aid Rese*v..< tlu-nce  due eanl G.) cbaiim tosta ch; tli.noanoi-  therly _nd tott'liwebterly alom sea beach  and Ciitnpbi 11 Kiv.-r t ��������� place of ooiuinonco  nent. If. Pkjest,  Dated this '28th day uf March, 1911.  ���������P.U.BL1C NO.T.ICE,__isJiercbv^given  that on iind afterfu!y isl,|(;n, it shall  be uiilawlul ior any horse, cow, cuttle,  ���������.���������vine, sheep or goats to run nt large or  feed upou the public streets, bine-, alleys  nr unfenced lots or lane's wiihin the city  l'-nits, except milch cows, winch shall be  '���������.Unwed to run at large from <-eV.en o'clock  in the moining uniil eij.hr orlork in ihe  afternoon of each day. Milch > o������-s must  be kept closed in from eiyht ('clock in  the afternoon until seven o'cl.-ck in the  morning, ind all bells removed fn-111 the  coivs at nmht. subject to thei pio\ i.ions of  llio Pound Hy.law.  ,v    Uy order of the City Cnunci':  A. MgKinnon, C.M.C.  City Hall, June 13th. 1911.  m mm-ranm **_u_Mw%**_w������w������iiWMMM*i*'****������>w">*i|'^  10% BONDS 10%  An   Attractive   Offering  for 3 Short Term  Investment  We can offer Uie concevvalivc  investor for ,1 short while only  nu opporiunity of plneing his  surplus funis in a hi^hi-lass se-  tuv'ity h'iiiring a rate ol' interest  o! ten per cent, /  Only 150 of these Convertible  .Debentures nt a par value of $ioo  each, available.  Do' not gamble iu stocks,  shares ami other forms of speculation, but INVEST where your  principal and interest is seen red,  Wiutk for further par:ieulars  of tills Hind issue whi h ia par-  1 cularly ntlnictive lo investors.  1'ioinpt application is necessary  as 11 run ber is limited. ,  rr  i'u.1  NOTICE U hor,by given tint ac the  next meeting of the Board of License Corn-  mi-biouers of the Oity of Cumberland, 1  intend to npp y for a reaewnl'of th������ hut-  ol lit fuse hold by me fur he Cumberland  HottL situntfd ������>ii lot 1, block ii, Cum' er-  landTowusite.  WILLIAM MERRIFIELD.  Dated t'ds loth dny of Mny, 1911.  NOTICE i������ hereby.givonth it nt the  Trextm^eting^of^thc-"Boiird -rf-Loui-t.-  Cojniidsaio! era nf tho CMv of Cu������ b r-  lnnd, I intend t'> np^ly h,r ti renewi.1 < 1' the  wholcHolo liquor license hold l.y mo, ^it���������  uatecl on h,t 12, block 6, Cumbeilnml  Townaite.  JO'lN MAROCOHI  Dnted ih*s 15th day of May. 11)11.  NOTICE in hereby given Mint at 'li  next me.tinR <if th'o Board < f Liwi. s. 0 m  misnionerB of tlie City of Ctimbi r nnd, 1  ii lend to iii'plv for a roncKiil nf the hot  ol l.oeueo held bv mo the" Wuvi-rly  Ho*el, nituuled ou lot 2, bloc'* Jl, Cnmhet  land ToAUBito.  FRANK DALLOS  a  Dated this 1:3th day of Mi/, 1911  NOTICK 'S horeliygivon tnal* tit tin*  next moating* of tho Bonrd of Lioai sc  Comm'R-iionoiR of thn Ci y of Cumber-  laud,     I    in'oii'l   to     apply    ior     a  renewal of tho hotyl hnon-'O ln-ld by me  ft r tho Now .Kii|,diiiitl Htdol, miutiU'd on  1,1,(1 oiut hull' 1 f hit .1, in bli ok 3, Oumtufr*  land 1'owi site,  JAMES-WALTKRH.  Di'c.d tbifl 15th dny nf Ma-., lllll  an ������'. n ,-tt*t*utrumnrx,m,xni*?m.-\rm-tfn,m.r[Bmm-tm������Cxmm  NOTICK ii henby ������ivou thnt ac il.o  nnxt mop'tlnffiif tlift Hoard of Lln-Wo'Cnni  ini'Hion -rn*of. tho City of Oumliorland. wo  Intond to apply font i<*iii*wul if the hoi.  el lia-mm liold by us for ihu Vnadprno  Hotel, nitiuitocl 011 lot 5 blook 3 Cnmbor-  land 'JWi Hito.  ������������������      WILSON & lUlAMBERi'l.  DRtftl thin lftth d*>-* Of 1111),  nuM sscraras  mm,  ii-  '���������'' ������������������iiroiM'cr ( liflCi. '���������'������������������*  Building,  V-F.-ncouvo*'* ������- <���������).  NIT ItjHi, imr "���������> >���������' 1 i������-������-. 'I'I ���������������.������)'..  in i- du u f mt n( 0 p-ily t ��������� *t���������**���������#��������� II n-  1 ��������� (,}|i if f.l'iii,iiiuniia(!>'' of l,nn-i.i nml  ' iiiliiilorii Iihk'I-i' in ii"'"i������'(ir T i������* conl  Hn]|iutrtii'iim i.iid"i'Hii! fnl; iwini* il -ii'iib-  ������ \*\\Af til 11 t" hi Hii,t*.vn-.l Uix'riut, IU',  ~ 1 11 nmoiiuiiu ui >i |������..rii |dntt,i nt thu  a- rlWtJiit" ooiiic" ul Tl'id'Oi ��������� Ki'iii-c Nt.-tB,  t 11,1 ti tl'it* am a It) iilifut,.' ft'di'ii thi.  n,tS<)(i " ������, ilmiicwil'C ������ioith7fi<'lmliiH  Dio fir lu������' 1������luui lb '.iiiii nr> ���������������-iihl  '11 m wu. I''��������������� t> '*���������<'. H. *l'('*i ������������������ du.- ������ t Hi  (ttuuu to "���������'Uni- nt i'0'iin*ii'i*i'frii"nt  Maiifa .Tam: ' im'-ht.  K. !*r   t Mfiii't,  EUM'iltbuMlh.l.ij (il \UiiU. JlMI.  NOl'JiE in Inii'oby l.iven that nt ihe  nixt mti.tin_ of ilu I. uni nf Jilui hbp (join,  ininhlonnru for iho City uf On ulii'ilitnd, I  iiitoiiil to npply lam ruiinivul uftliu wjiob -  milo liquor liooimii 11������. 1 <i liy in , Mitiiiitud on  lot 0, bloult 15, Ciniibuiiaml iWiiHiLt.  OTALI MUS-.A.TTI.  Dntnil thin ICth d>,v.-f Mih, 11)11.  ���������1 wiwn>_iii|W*>���������P^y mi'��������� ���������1--11    .immtmimammm,.,,, ,.m���������mamm, , , tm  NOTICE inhor-by ������������������ v<m ilut nt thu i-ja  m< i������ in/f of tlio Hun d of Liu iiho Coimnl-i  HionoiHof tho U7 of Ouiiibi'i'linul, I tn.  tend to npply for a rone* id nf ho wholu-  hiiImliquor.lioondo held by in,, Hitw-ted  fm lot, 12, blnelt 7, Oinnb irlund Tow.ihil.*  I'K\NTK SCAVAK'IHJ.  Id'. I id cIiIh I.-5M" day ol' Mvy, lllll  ������mm-)ma>.^*tmU-*>t*a*-.m**4<f4***'-**~*������-������'' *#*W|  ���������**���������-*. *,******-**,* ***** **���������  lot vim tM1'. i. Imioliv iiivcii  tlmt  a'; tint  li" tl. III '.'till/..   Ill'    Ull'    I'.o.V'l    111'     l,i.!f������i|HH  1',ptuniii',*ic'itors oflh������(.lly of C.'u nbi-r.  li'ii, J. intend to iip|ilv tin 11 rein wal tit  tilii'^hcU-iniilfl liquov liooiiwi hold by ni-,  t.iniiiti.ii <������ ivil '���������', ' ' --1. T, <.'>i���������.Wi'������;*.!  TiiMIIHUU.  VI f! roil 11ON0RA.  Dntod thia 15th day <d'May, ]ini  RKTIRlNCr KltOM lUmrNESS  SALIO, CoilHiHtiiijr (if H*-"i||ji; Htllff'  ill*/,,   UuitltU'*.*, Step llf'tlti.-i  iS:    t.'tn,  Ui.I/nie.iliiild,  \n Ac! in lhe   Nicvvs  ,.jays.    Try it.  SPATES  Thi TAILOR.,  rwiMmntJammmwama  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.     *'  L������nc1ie&' Work  a Specialty*  BAYWAUD LAND DTST1U0T.    ,.  Difltriei of Snywurd,  TAKR nnt'oo ihu*< Oeoi'KO Loloontor Uh  inin������ti>n, of Vniiomivir, li.(J��������� niciiliiit/iio,  intciidB to apply for punnUBlrm tnpitruliaNO  tho followiin dOHi;vihiiil liuidf":���������  ��������� "onmonoi nnt 11 poet plnntod nt tho  Simtliwout oonwirof lot 55'2j tlitniuo mirth  HI) oli'iiiiM, tlioiit'o wi^fc 7>r) I'hiiius, IIiodco  in uth HO (.hiviiiH, tlimioH naNt 75 ehiiinii, tn  point (if eoiniii'Micmiiont.  tioi.tniiilng (TOO  lierci, ino'n O'1 fenx,  CwiHiik !,i:ir������('ii'',i; l-!(*iivuro*,  llnl.i'i't It" iiv Cno Uim., ugi'iit.  ,-.,:,. ,1 *?,:,...!,'.':.!.  MM! '  ���������HAVWAULi  UNI>  JliSTKlUT  IV11 hid of S"-iyv,'nvd.  TAKK NOTICK tl at. 'l'idri.lc IVJHUm  Le I'm Ciark, ��������� f Viiiimniv< r, !|U,0,, law  nlcrli, i'lteiulH lo npply for pori'niRhiun 'o  jiiirnh������������������ thii followiiid do in-iiiml hndni  Oinrii'lluiliK at a pont plnatodl ut, .thn  Houthuii t eoiiierof lol rt.Vi* thenco HiRt (10  (.huinw,   Ihunee H'mth (M oliitiiiN, thnnoo  W������:Hl '10 Oh/li'in.   tllfM-i)   Wlltll    lfi   oliiilnw,  thenni' wont iff eliaiiiH, 11 once noith 80  oh inR to place of comiiio.iueiMniit, ooitt*ln  J  / 5"fl������<T(*H. IllnI'd or l( ���������*'.  I'.vruicit Wit.i.r.iM i.K.iui* (!i���������vi(K,  j Ihi'i 1*   Hn ry Chimiiul, iirfonf,  i)������ed MmciiOll., I.U.  OKAl'iKDT.RNDKU** iuhlr.ifloa to tb-*  -^ undi'i','i|.iif(l,-ind ondnr-ed "rtndor  for Pnhlio Ihdl.liiiR, ibv. l.t-dtu, B (1,,  will.bo recoiyed until 4,(1111.\ M,, Moiuluy,  July 24, 1911, for tho (joustraotioii of it  I'uhlio lhiiidiupr at Uevolutok*1, H.U, , ��������� *,,  Piuhh, Hpiecilionlioii and furra of oon-  tnut oan bo houii anil fiirm.*i*(������f tend.or l''*  tuiiiid at tlm ollleo ot ,Mr. Wm Ihinaoi'stiii,  ItMHiilcnli Aroiiiieot, Vio.oriii, ll.C., ut thn  Pout oilk-o, 1., veUcolto, and ul t*liin Do.  puitmoiit.  1 Poihiiiih toiiiloiliii) nro notified Umfi torn!  im will no, bocoii.liliiKul unio b miidivon  dn- pi'intod fo niB huij|j1u:ii,  in d  nip;iiul  Willi thrir uublllll ���������iyilnU-l't'.j Htat'll),' tll������M  otioii|iiithii)n and pliioo* in rmli'i'iititi. In  Ihu o.t������������ nf linn*! th ��������� iioninl i-iunuturt,* tliu  ii.iluro of tlm (uoiiimiii'ii arid plaouyf rcwi*  ilo,n:o nf uauh niomb.r ul* thn nvm nuul- hv  liivmi,  ICuc'n tuiidi v uiUrt lio tuo 'iiinuniod liyim  Hocopiud oiuijuu 111,11 uhitiitiftd UMilt, _*u>'  aiilu to tli" order of tho lli/innii'j,blti thu  Minittur t f t'tih iu W.'rliH, ������(|U.������I 10 iun pir  1 out (Ml p.t-,) ,1' ti 0 binuiint uf Ilui tundur,  wlil'-ii will hu foi'fui'.ait if tho ijoiho.i. i������ii**������-  Bi'iiiW ih'tl no tn u 1 tin' Inioii tonir.otwhou  till od up 11 to no ������<J| oi' 1 'il I" ot.iii^luli  ���������_*.������.��������� vor,, u.'i. rail od !or. If tno Uoh'Iovik*  nut, iMiMHi'il iIih ������lioi|Uu will, bo lotuiliml.  'Piin l.nimr.-niiint itom nol. bind i.uoll III  no,niit ihu Idwrniti nr tiny tondnr.  Wy oi'ili'i',  u.d. i)]<sshoi;i-ihus,  Wiui', tny.  Ihjmio.ol.*, i.fPJi!lJ IV*'-)*!*!'.  Ot*.iiwn,.luiiuiU, 11)11,  Ninnpipdii* will not bo pud for Iht* iul-  vartlnuiiu in if tlicy iinfiiMi witlioiit until*  tirity Iriin Uu- Dtp'������v mnit.  SAYWARD, LAND DISTRICT.  D'pi'riot of Sayward,  TAKE NOTIOIC tint Williiim  CnMwt'll. of.l.nnark. Ont., miuinji  man., intends in npply for pt'-rtniB  siou to purcshnpo tlio. following do,*  scr.bed liuuiVi-rOniiliivieiicinij at ������'  ptiHi..pinnicdot the northwmicomer,  of; Lot 45)0.; Citrr.i'iiaf'b'ii 'Hiw, Bt������y������  wnvd Disur.ict. thonco follow!iitf tho  north liofimiiiry of. oi 490 oafitorly  for. _0 ������������������-���������."chains,.- thonco north' 20  oimiiih, ilmnwj vvcrfl.tnihc shore lino  ilioncfi Houthwdtftur.ly iviulfo.lowing  Il o.i.l)nie lino to tho point of,i'.*"oui-  ii.e'iciiU'iPii'l, contiiiningli'f-p thnn 80  IllW. WlbblAM .CAI.DWKbl.,  Jno, Miinaon,n|2,ont  Dniod Fob. 28111,1911,  HW������'������itMM������l  HAYWAUl) LAND D1ATH10T.  PlsirlotolSuywaid.  TAKK nr.tiuc that Sirtnny HtiiiBiiviii, ot  /nni.'Oiivor, H C.. iiioohanio, intend*) to  iiindy for pormlBnion ti'\|,)uroliiinQ ihofoh  lowing dcKodhod liuidHf���������  O'limhonolm. nt a pofit pln'tcd at i'hS  ������������������Hiivo.t oonifi' ot lot 552f ilionoo aoufch  Kl) oli���������ilii'*, fcbf-wuo ivtut 80 ohainH, thi not*  north SO uhiiinB, thonoo OiihI. 8.0.ohrt'n*������, t������  II' ynu WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO THH  N KWS, VI !>' ST-C Fi A SS WOR K  ;.(-;��������� t;f <��������� iu'voi-,t*ivi nnt nontaliiliif*' fl-IO  novo?, mnv* < v lfiw.  SinvKV Kkahman,  Udbrti llonry 0 -loiitnnt, iiboiiI.  Diti'dMiiruh tW.lv HHi  HAYWAKI) LAK1) DISTUIOT.  DiHlrictnf Saywa tl,  TAKK notico thut Nitnutto Jonoph, of  Vimoo'ivor, ]}, C��������� 8|'ii)������tiir, iiitoml. to  npply fi'i* p������i'mlHMi������n to iini-ohiiHO tho fob  lnwlnu doKflrihi'd IuwIh; -  Coiiiii) imiiig at iv punt pinntod nt thn  SinlhoiiHtonrnornf lntl"'l7i thonco imrth  S;iiiii<|i., IHo Ci>, oon NO chfilrit, Hinnim  co dii HO ulniiiit. tlio'ico wodt H'l chains  li Hn'p H'l of o minvii comont, OMituin-  illvCt'l    Oil" lll'M'HOr ll'MI.    ���������  "Nanh'iti*' Jiwiii-w,  lloh.*ri Hi-nry Chcitn it, ig.ii'..  i ntod Mate i ah, VJll  SAY WARD LAN H DlSTltlOT.  Dstnotof SiywarA"-.  TAKR NOTICK thnt Arthi.r ,Ro-������|jimI  Hout, of Vnnoouvnr, B.C., trf-import iiRBnt,  inteni'a to apply for poj'iuis.i������n to purohn-o  tho frllowini. dohuiibiilUudajT-Commoiic-  iug.ni a ooht plantod at tihe uniillipiiHt cor-  nur of IntOIG, oi ihu north ,bou.iil|iry oil  ht 547,;tlionoflninth 8tX ohaiDB,..thvnco  onit 75 ohiiinw tht'nor smith 80^ olniitis,  thouOfJwoiiit 75 ohainH to p'lintof oonimoiioo  intuit, ooniaiiiiKig DptiaoroH, moroir ,1pbh.  Ahtjiu.i UowuNft liw,,������������������;"-../  Rohot't Hinry OlieBta,iit,;Hgoiii,  .MeilMaroUtb.WU.  SAYVVAKD LAWXPUTOUiCl^  KlHtrictof Ri-ywiu'd,  TAKK NO lIwK that Slim lonioiiHmitn,  of Vaiioouviir.H.O,, nvohaiiic, inttMidn to  apply for piimnBlon h, puiohiifio iho. fol  low h k dopoiihoil linul :���������Comini iieing nt a  poat planted nt.ilio Houtlmt'it ooriiornf lot  iliiO: tliouco oiiMt lOOolmiiiH, thonoo hbinh  40 ohalna, thuiioo ,wo-t. 75 ohiii,������ (������i,oro 'or..  John)) thonoo north ft o'lania, thtniuo. WfcHt  85 ohainu, thoauu norih J15 ehahiN to,* oi t  of oomiiioiioemoiit, orjiitnlniniz (100 iioioh,  moro or low**,     Samo.ki(,JIi".ai������ma.8,���������,  Hohort Henry Chestnut,, .(lei)*.  Dutotl Marob 8tli, JIMI.  ���������%���������  SAYVVAHD LAND DIBTOOT."  Dlptilctof Snywnrd,  TAKK notioft that Frant'o-i Hnnfrlwin,  hl^ut'W.'r. !hvJi,h;wi 0 of Vnnp^^'O".  M.V., Ihtt'lids tn apply for ^orrnltfdon tn  imrohuHO tho following dcn-cHlvd Imul ������������������  Oommonoinfl! at a pout planted 40 ohfiiw  west of tho notitlioiiBt., cornor of lot .47*  thonoo oa������t 120 oliihm, tlionoi mmtli 40  otiaiiiH, Mii-miD wu.t )~\> (.-li.iit., tlnH.w)  north 40 chain, to point of ooininoiiO' won ,  oontidniiiB 480 noros, moro or kei,  IflWNOKH BlIOUOUAM.  Hohort Honry (iJliontaut, iiRonL  DntodMwoh 8th, 1011.  Woo&'o riiODphodi'AO,;  Ths Qnnl JSnntM.  llrinnhi,  . 'I'oikwand 'nvluoniiOHtliowiiolo  ^rk������M>rvou������ ml&n), niakou   in.w  oui lifUUiiti, jlttttlnl nnd Jlmin, Worrti. I).  mtf, HtfunlWtu '           w  1  poi  uhuu/iuvi liefual fvenlttttii*. KmUrtotw, .S'/k,-  IMlnrhmi,nmlKff'i** t\f.Vmtor Htetssti,  IV po U per box, jBlx for #.1. OrowlllPlimw.f .f  wlllcuT'O. BoM hy nil rtminrtJt* or famlloil (it  plain nktf. on rooelpt of prlto. AVia imtn- UH,  "i_ iIk'l/ie*. Ho wood M.idiniww e������.  tformerty Wimhori vortn^Onu :-TTO"'"NEWSr :-COMBEKpOT_Y BRITISH' COLUMBO?::   /)������/  ���������   -   ���������    -  -l   iii     ������.- MiiHh >   ������������������*���������    "���������. *��������� "-p". ���������      ��������� **"���������   ��������� ***-k***i������   ���������    ii ,��������� ^_ ���������  r_   i ,��������� i       . ��������� ������������������    >��������� im    ��������� ^^mmMm**m--mm^^mm*m-aammmmm-aamaM  It  APPLICATION FOR STORING WATER  (s.) -Thaplace of.the p.opoued reservoir-  for scoring ,Oom<>.x Lake, B.C.  (t.) Th-? moans by vbioh it is proposed  to store the -water  by a d*n. at" outlet   of.  Lti'o.      ' ���������' ">���������      '        '",'."  (ii,) The area of the roccrvoir site or  Bites at each foot in deoth abovo th'o outlet  SOOOaores..  (v.). H iwi_it popojel to acquire tbo  hud nece.*aiy for, the tmrpise' By purchase  jfn'-ceBBary.  [*!.) Appioxhnafely the number, of acre  feet iiiiui de'd t > be impounded 80,000,  (x.) \Ynether it is proposed to lnwer Ijie  water iu any natural 1 ike or sUndiusjbody  of wu-er, and, it so, th**n���������  I. Tiie utiiioiptuod extent of the lowering Not lo-vernji.  _. Tho m������i������ua proposed to he ado. trd to  lo-Acruud rutiU ���������������������������  3. Tuo u'-.mro and c :aractor, In detail,  of th** worliB proposod to be ooostruottd to  provide for the disohargo uud penning hack  of tha wn er liy concrete dum with rosu-  htiug gaits contvolliug ct.o ditcharge.  [S guaturel  Wi������.WSGTON OOW-TEBV TOMPANY,   LtD.,  W. h. Cowsoa, General" Mmagtr.  (P.O. bdJress) Vioiorin, B,C.  Jnnuaiy 16th, 1011.  WATER NOTICE.  NOTICE! is hereby, given. that an  ' application will be made-under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a ;i������������ .so in ih. D visio i of (J mux  Dis'rio1".  (a.) The name of Company in full:  Woliiugt n (Jul i..y U.mp_iy,   Limi.eu.  The ho id office Vioturia, BC     .  Tho capital, h w ' di no I, 'bhowina  ainouat-iuiilup Si*. IHO 0000. divided into  iO.UOO ,-harca of .100.00 each fully p:iid up  (If for mining purposes) Free. Miner's Certificate No   (b.) The name of bike, stream or  source (if unnamed, the description  i.) P.ntle gi River.  (fi.) Tbe point of diversion: At a  poi t .iboi-e the faljs on tlio fmiled.-  River, C'-mo-t* Di triot.'  (d.) The quantity of water-applied  for (in cubic feet per second):  ,   070. . *'       ���������"*:  (e.) The character of the proposed  wok : (jtriierati g pia t, -jowi. wo.ka, a-iu  elee'rio works, and plaul a .d other ��������� machinery and cunyenieaoes uices.ary for, pro-  due.ni; power. ��������� >���������;    '���������.  (f.) The premises1 on-which the wa-,  ter-la < to be used,(describe same): Oh  ���������o7yf HUtTVTTnitTTf W~ WTi Agin <"Ooil i-~  ery Company'^ LtcL proper;y and Iiold-  ings iuOom'ix-D tt io,. *' ;  (gv). The purposes on which the wa-  tor'.is to lie,u'ed:-.Gt1mtratini.".iecti'ioibj,  and or Ugh1*, heat, power, oyorutioii" of  'iC^Aiw, eng)' &> au:d ������*��������� -oliincry of al kindis  ,-r^i-geuerally for th. exercise of all powor  a^\Jf. priyileges <������f a po er, company uiider  ifyrtJX. of above Aot.   ,  (i.) If the water is to be used for  fcoiifer" or mining     purposes- describe  ' the .place where the water;.Is to -be  returned to somo natural chanue1,  and tho difference In altitude ootween  point1 of dlvorsion and point of ro-  ,,tuwi At a convenient pliice Otiow tor  ���������iit.'ightoa 1<\iIIh in tho vicinity mitlm  JJrown River, Sections 10 Und U p., 0.  ConiOJcDUtnos. Tto po<nt ol ��������� I iru i*  uhont 200 feet lower altitude Jian tlio point  of di "en-bio.  (j.) Area of Crown land intended to  bo occuplod by tho proposed works'..  ftiiiie,  (k.)' This notice was posted, on tho  bix oonth duy of .Tn ioary, li)l 1, and appl -  cutiou will ho made to ilio onmoimioioi'  on tho 2!lrd day of Fohmary, 11)11  (1.) Glvo tho names, and addroasuB  ot any riparian proprietor, or    Uc-  onsoB who or whoso lands aro likely  to bo affectod by the proposed works,  either .above o'r bolow-tho outlet:  Vvv I iti^tni t olilory Company. Ltd.  Attach    copy of such parts ot tho  Company's memorandum of ivsaooln-  tlon as.authorize 'bo propoood application and works  (HlKiiatiiuo)  WKr,lilNflTON0OM.*in   jiy  W, Ij. Coui.hon, Gone* nl Mannnjor.  qo ���������. viK'-m)   . Victoria, U.O.  *���������������������������*"���������" ' ���������'".1.J..1 "���������_,,���������,;',.,.'.,- ���������  '  Kxnim' from tho mkmoiundum nv A8������oui.  ATIOK Ol' Till', Wl'l/UNOCD*** U>l'l'HtItY  ('(IMl'ANV,  MMITKIl,  (0 To ao(|iihio by pnruhiiBir, (jrunt, Ifasc  or iu nny otiior iniiunor,,,,,.,.. .v* titor or  riyhmto water ,, ,, ......,,.,,,  |el] To.oirrynn tho businoBR of   (ihut iin li/iit, heat, uml power supply,..,.  [tt\ Tn iniiiiiifiiotuiounrl UB'i m u mo'lvo  powor "iltoti'ioity.,.',,,nnd to in uuifiictiiri*  or aoquirti  plmt, luiiohlu-'r'V,  ii|)|i������nitus,  nud matoii.'-lBcif 1'vorv Itiil'i f������i" tho pio-  duoHon uhdd'strih.Uon of oltoli'ioity. ..  t -KoiiorntH, imo or ihnposo.ol! Biipply or AW-  iriinit'i titutiiciiy  ,,,...... fur imuui u in  lYi.ot.ivt- power..... nod to floi-ftim-M, Iny  diiwii, i^t.bliHh, and carry out onlihm,  wIioh, llnoH, iiaoniniilaloifl, In np������ mul  works,  DEINK  The purest and b.^st BEER, and  made in Cumberland.     -1,  he UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B.C:.;  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      - *    FOR   SALE  BY    , -      -  Walworth-Rolston. Co.  Ltd  1,020 Westminster Ave.,, Vancouver, B* C.  * NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting!,  removing or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any deseriptiodn  3elonging to the Wellington Colliery Oo'y., ori'rom or off the land  of the .aid Company, or anyone  tipping rubbish of any\]escripti<*n  anywhere upon the company's  laud will ho prosecuted to tlie.full  extent of tiie,law.  W. Jt. COULSOX;"  ���������   ,    .;   General Maiinffor-"'  Wcllijigton Colliery, Uo,y.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  iviiy car*.. of, tlie Union Colliery  Conipauy-vhy any pexson. jr per-  j.nis-r~oxce.pt' lain ciew.-r-iu strictly  prohj^ted,., Employees -re. *5uh-  sPctot.ii-miHsiiJ for allowint. sam-  By order  W. I... COULSON.'   .  ,       ; ���������       y "  General. Manager..1  pn__ymfl  ������  *****  to  ���������O'  ������  i  sa ���������   ������*  ***  o  t*  ^  e  u  o  H  W  H  fi  Pi  0  w a ~j  Wai a  C3 <e *a-  0 K M  5 M <������  ff, g  o,  5 C5 ������  o  a  a  -3  a  m  a    . ���������  m         ���������  a>   ta  n   a,  a,  P.   .  *  ���������a  t*  a  P.  o  o  ���������  A   '  Pi  2 __ o  **- o .s  s ������  .2  >>  Ti     m  5      >  fi-    *  fl)  .5 o  aa.  +.'  i. - g  V  *>   to  ���������S *������  a   '  a -������  ������  5    - ���������f'  *"    "m  o:  -1  ^     E     41  V        M  <<<n  0  ������ s  Urn  a --  ������  _M___  _!-_k  i-4  w  to  ���������=>'���������-!*-_  61, >  C  ,   .  __!__)  a  .e'.? ���������"  to r  ���������xj^  <  :D  S S"  "C      m  ������o.  9lWSLm  ���������    aWk  v. -t\ "$���������  "���������fa  J5   T   'J  ,i & H  a M  "J  T5  ���������  tEa%  *5  m  to  . s  i     __J  Cd ������-_..  5  ���������aril  ._:  f'  H- .  ***-  ri.  ,  ���������  H.  Mates Your C:.?EN'3Z3 L- jhi  r/hkao Your D1SCUITS L-hi  ' Make. Your'CAKZS.'Light  Makoi Your.EUIW.EIqht  Make* Your LABOR Light  OKDCX FROM YOUR  GROCER.  e.w.g;llettco.,ltd.  t    Toronto, Cnt.  ������  ��������� *.������*.*_������is.������-t*������������, ,  is indispensable in the .  camp, and for all  impromptu - meals.  .AddaliuleBQVRlLr ,  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  ���������   67  C. H TARBELL  ���������r*Mf*_  HIGH GRADE  And all KITCHEN    UTENSILS  Sportsmen* Goods  . and  Genera! Hardware  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District oi Rupert  TAKE nollce Unit Gardiner Al-  i-xiinfier Brady Spencei of Alameda  i.al., ooenporion plumber, intends  :o npnly for pormisoion to puichase  the following described ltindu���������  Commencing at a posi panted  atioiit 30 chains west of Ihe sou'h  east corner of Sec/.ion 24, Township  21, thence west SO chains, thence  south 80 chains, thence east 80  chains, thence norlh to south ?ooie  of-iVVolf Lake thence westerly along  ajdiith shore to wesr-end of lake,  Ihence eaPt along north shore about  40 chains, thence north to place of  eornmer.ce*ncnt, containing 400  a,cres more or lets. '_'.*'  WBcribed on pos , G A.B.S.'s N.E.  corner.  Gardker Ai/exandes Brady  Spencku.  Dan Clark. Agent  Dated December 14th, 1910.  ARUl'H.ItT L'NI) DISTHICT  '  ,!-" District nf Rupert  ��������� TAKE untile that John Henry  -K-ijri'iu.h RiclKiidfron, tif Vancou  ver, B. C, cccupillion S.camboat  Steward, in",end������ to apply for permission 'o.purcha.e the following  det-criLed lands)��������� Commencing at  a post planted about 40 chains  north ot the southwest corner'of  Si'ction 3,-.Town8hip,2l, thence west  80 chains, thence'.south 80 chainp,  thence-e.ist SO chuih?, thence noifh  _8'bJcbain5_.to^plnce-1_.of__tommt"-_nce  ment coaiaining G40 acre, more o*1  lees-   ���������     ' '  j     J.'HrtK-R's'N.E cornet'.,    *  John Henry.. Kerrimsh ', RiuiiAnn.  Dan Clark^Acent.  Dated December 16th, 1910..  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  v '"- District of Rupert  ., TAKE notice that. Fudora, Mr.e Ltesou  of-Vancouver, B, O.    ������ccw-atjon JWidow,  i-teadiiio apply t\>r ver .is.ion to j������nr-  ohase the followii g'd-scribrit ln> d<: Com  nomomg at at n Rjot- plantod  at.tuit  nw  mile north and it) ohiiu'8������sift of the S. E.  corner of Secnou 4, T w-Hhip  8, th.<ic>*  m rth 80 chain", thence east 80 oix.ii e,  tbbnee eontii 80 obirinv theuce werit SO  etiain. toplneoof commencement, ooutnu  idk 640 acres, ni'-r������ tr less.  'Scnbed on po t J_ML> S.W. corner.  EsdoraMae Lekson,  ���������     ,>���������",. DuOUik, Ageut.  Dated December 11 th, 19i0.  ,y.     RUPKKT.LAND DI-TKlCr  Distr'b' of Hi-pert  TAKE >OriCR , that. Adelaide Ester  Cark Br..wu}_ of Brookfieid. N. Y,,  married vvon.au' iutendB to apply f( r permission tn purchase the followhijg desorib-  ed,kiid-9:��������� Comoieuc rig at a post plnnu-d  at eouthwe.t oorier o������ S.ctiou It', Township 0, theure north SO chains,, thenoe  east80chain., thence couth 80 chain.,  thtiict we.t 80 chaiuit to placo of coniinen-  ment containing G40 ncrw more or lees. ���������  Sotibed on post A.E.C.B'u S.W. cor  AnELAII'E KSTKB L'liABK JJROWN.  Dan Oiuik, ngciit.  Dated December 19th, lfl!0.  ...RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE   notice   that   Richmond  Chailei* BisR of Vancouver,  B. C,  Broker intends fo  apply   for   per  mission to purchase the following  described  lauds:���������Commencing at  a post planted at i   post   between  ge-tion 18k. Township 9, and Sect-,  ion 13, Township 20, t hence wesi 40^  chaini-".   thence   eouth   40  chairB,  tht-nce west 40 chainp, thence south  80 ctiainn; thenoe east   40. chains,  tlienco north 40 chains, thence eatt  4.Qclmin., thence north 80 chains to  pmceof commeiKen.ent, continuing  6*40 acres more or Ipsp:  Scribed on post RCB'm !f E cor.  \-i     Richmond Charles Biss.  Dan Clark, agent.  Dated December 19.h, 1910.  The Courtenay Hotel  Every .convonion'-'i* for gueBte.,'  The Oontial Hotel for Sportomon  None, but the, Bent of Wines and Liquors  at ihe Bur,.  RATES  REASONABLE  1   FAIRFIELD- I  In- STORE- zzr  f J. JjiC.1L,   Piior.  ���������V mramwmui-ammaaMaMmmmmm  ���������a  0!  t  ������  ��������������� ��������� ���������     ������  4' ib  4. Dnnsmuir Ave,   Cninberland <���������  A Fine Assortment of  lhe Choicest Candies,  >���������       i. '  Fruits and Tobacco  Vancouver' Ice Cream,  ���������   RUPKRT LAND   DISTRICT  District of Ruqert  ;   TAKE notice that Delia Brookv  Of.   Vancouver.    B.    C,   M'irried  woman, intend*! to app'y  for per>  mist-ion to purchpi-e  tbe following  deecribed lands:-���������Commencing at  post'planted at the   northwest cor  nt-r of. Section    30,. Township. 9.  .thence_eiiijt_80_chain9,_thence_s_out_b,  80 chains, tl.et.ee  west 80 chainp,  1 hence nurth,80, chains to place of  com.r.encement    containing ,  640  acres moretor less.  , Scribed on.Post D.-BVN.-W  cor.  ' '       DpLL'A BbOOKS,  ��������� Dun Clark, Agont.  Dated .December 17,th, 1910.  UPE11T l���������iNl������-'f*i_.':*.���������. .ri  Di.inot^.'l iu ���������.������ ;���������*,  T.\i.E r.oij<������ i iKuUe! 1:1)11...'; j*i.-  T-isker uf \\*no'iuv. r, 'il. (\ - < :.���������-.-  paticn I_xj-ifc������.  ?.:ain,_ . i, ��������� ���������  to apply im peim-.^ion 10 j-u-'o  -u-f." "  the. f II    .-it,"' dtvoril ������-d " hint'*;:���������  Comrr    i-iiip.   *.!,   u   s>-i   -pin.ltd  abo;    il0c]i  .'liisivt!1   of the   ij v.lh  ea    corneiyof Sejtiti..   _., Town-.'  ship 21,   the ce   we.**t   80  i-liains,  ihorifce foaih 80 chaui., 11 ti.i*t '.5ast.  80 chains, .thfcii.e noali  80 chains- -  to place   i.f   cnuimen.enient.   conic iniug 640 acies more or les������'.  Scribed on-io-t N|BJ T's N.K.  , JiETliTMAJi JAill.S  T.V-KK1.,  Dan Clark, ag'-tit ���������  Dated December 14th, 1910.  RUPJsRT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice   that   Marguerite-,  Leitch i.f Vancouver.. B.'C, occu- ���������  pa tion Saleslady, intends to apply ���������  for permiesioii.io purr.hmr if," tol-.  lowin*. described lund.*: -  CoumiciiciuR at a post niin.ied  at the n'irtheast corner Oi. ������������������_.(,.ma  34, Township 20. th-v... v.t-s, >'!'  chainf", . thence .-.ft". 80 i.h:i::)-  thenoe oh .1. 80 chaii-.-, i hfVi.-. x:<.rt}...  80 ch-iins to "pint:*. ��������� *��������� cuts.-i'i'.iioo"  merit,.containing 640 ;icre\ *,ion*  or lei-s.  Scribed on post", M.L.'e N. Fleer  ,  " MABGUKiaTE,L_.ITCU>.  ���������    1 ..-    . Dan. Clark', Agent.  Dated December 10th, 1910.  * ,l*** am a*ammm**m*mam mm am mm am ti'^i^^i mtm tmmamma  RUPERT LAND,DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE' notice that Edna  Fisher  Spencer of Alsrueda, Cal., married v  woman, intends to apply for  per- '  misi-ion lo purchase", the following *  de.crihed lands:��������� (  Commencing at a   poet .planted  at ihe fcooib west corner of Section 1  2   Townnhip   zl, tltenCe east. 80 1  ch.ins,    1 hence   north 80 chains,, '  thence west 80 chains, thence south ������������������  80 chains to place   of   commence-  ment/uon tain ing (M0 acres more or  le������s.  Sor bed on po?t K.P.P.'b S W.cnr.  E_.NA   PrSIiKU  Sl'VKCUR  '    - ' Dan Clnrk. Aj.ent.  Dated Dei-ember 16th. 1910.  RUPERT LAND  l..Y!.T].TCT  it  John Johnston,    Prop'  if aanr.*war-M.������������4NMWWM  iyji\iJ&l\o iui i.nw  ini-cuun   ui  an addition to tho U. & 0, Din-  triot llospitnl, Ciimuorlimd, will  .bu received up to Friday noon,  July 7th, 1011, PIiuib and speci-  iiculioiiH can bo *"t'en ut tlio ollleo  of L. A, Afoiini'.e, Hisvaiill,  Adtliws all louder* lo F. Dulbv,  fli'crotai*)*.  The lowest or any tender imt  nocoiMiily iu!(������ptuil.  NOTICE TO T.I-IK PU11LTC.  Ilivinu built a Inrgo wiwehonso and mill  ui Coiirirnuy, 1 will in fnuro l.coi> on  hand a Hlool* of nil liintlu of Hay, Grain,  mul Fuocl. at lowent "market niton. A  opooliilty wllliho.muilo.df roler tiriiHliocI  feud f iv Iiiihh'I whioh.wIII mnH1 a hhvIdk  of Him third Inthii oo������t ;(������l f<oJ. ,' Onlom  Kivon tlio toiimiiter on l������y phono wll bo  prpmptly llllud. TliiiuldnKynu for jour  pair' iinuu In the punt nml Holloi'lna a mm  iitm'ncoof tliBHiinio on bioadur linos, I  bon to r-Jiuiin  Yonvii locommiiud,  bVRON CRAWFOKD.  *___________________��������� fl_____l______l___V ttMIMBHUIIHHI am\m^JamW*mV9iMammmmMw%aM--ai  UNION S, S. CO.. of ll.C. Ud  Nanaimo Union TIav- Comox - Cami'iikWi  hivuii Jtmrri".  tsinii ��������������� ll������ tli.tiiir���������  TwlH.������irow H.eiimi-r "C0WJ0I1 AN"  I**nv������s Vancouver Thur-tltiy 0 p.m.  Airivo Uni.m (for Cuinlmiluiiil^ IWduy  moinlmr  AinvtiCwnviX Friday inorn'n_  Arrlvo Uuniphell ttivur IMou) n ������on  ll'turniuKi  I.v    Comoic Friil������y -1 u m  " Union Hay      "   n   "    -  ��������������� Nanuliiit) ini(hii({ltt  LeuvcB Vmioouvor, Sntnrdav 8 pin  Arrivcn Nunniriio. Saturday 12 p in  Arrives Uni.m, "������������������nithy li it m  [for UuiiiU'rl-iinil  ArrWi'B Ciiinox,   .Mindiiy 8 a m  ltoitinihiK:���������  leaven ^omrix. ������umlny 4pm  ta-tVPH Uii'i.i Miiitlny fipm  htvvot N .iiium������>i miihImv  ..'ilnrh*'  f^ulijooi lO'vimluu Wiil.ou i.o ������.<!  RUPERT LAN D,DHSTKICT.  Umtrict (if Riip^it,  TAKH.NO WOEdhut James Il.adnhnw.  ot Emporiu, 1'loriun,'cnipt-iitt'i', initn b  to limply for permissiiiu t> purolia-ie thi?  following deBcrxbuit lant^a:���������'Uomm'i)oim������  nt a post pliiuu (J 2 mi.es wwt of the C5.E.  oni'nti' ot Seo.i 'U '24, unvuubip 2n, t.hrnoe  north 40 th it h, thnou wuBt 80 oliai. b,  llimou south 40 chiiinR, iheiiuo out 80  chains t������ place of .coinmi'iiuemont, con-  tttini.ifj, U20  aoreB tnmo nr Iubh.  Sort bed on pout J BVsi.E. coi'tur,'  James U^adsitaw,    -  Uiui UUrk, agont.  Doled Dfoembw 19th, 1010,   ,  RUPEUT LAND DISTltlCT  DiiUrlot of Ruper:.  TAKE NOTK'IS tli������t Cnailos Jtidson  IMinei', .I' GuiOBOti, N.Y., lot.iwl ia m-  or, intends to apply for ponniBfikm tn  pure .. o Mm folldvvu.g (h-.eijboit liind*<:  (J Jin o tliijjr nt a post (iliintod '2 mi oh  west o tin* HI, i on er of S.ulii)u2'l,T������iWu  sliip'20, tliorioe n< ,rt i 8t) etui s, thnnue  uuHtKO oli'niiiH, 'heiioo soiuh .0 obniim,  tlionou wt t 80 oiminu.'. to placu of u antn-  o-'uoiutnt,- 0'i)lniiiii)������ 010 ..oi-iis more or  lli-N, .,������  CUAUI.IW JtIl)HO,\ MlNKIt.  8jr l).id on pnst GJ M'h SVV o ii il������i-  Dan GUrii, A������out.  DinedD���������o.mber lOih, 1910  RUPERT LAND DISntlCr  Distriob.of Rnporti.  ��������� TAKE'NOTICE, that .Ei-yurd Dyke,  nt BiiiKlwimton. NY; io< cbiuuiijnn, d. to  apply f������r peritii.sion to-pmohase tho following doscrilied lands:���������Coinn enciiiiiR at  it p at pUnud 2 ��������� nxitoa    w������_t ��������� ot    tlio  wouth enst oorncr'nf Siotini 24,,Township  '20, .Insnoa wo-t 80 clianip,  ibunco   south  HO uhuiua,  theutieoist, 80  olmmr, ttiiuco  north 80 oItihb tn pl������oo of qoniraeuseiin-iit,,  oontui iuv. Gill uurnri. moru or Iush.  Suriljod ou p"Bt ED'm N.lfl, corner.  EmvAun Dvkjs,  Dan Olarlr, Agent.  Dated )fd onil)er Ifllh. 15)10.  Dealer in  ALL KINDS OP  Fruit, Candy Cigars  Cigarettes & Tobacco.  Ilonoia Illock,  OUMimRLANI), ll.O.  ��������������� ���������* ��������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  mtammaaamamatamamtmmaaaamamaiaamaaaam  (I 111  JOHN Mc LEO DS  ram kikbt.'jka^s  CANDY, FRUITS,  CI ({ARM -t/rOHAOCOW  RU PRUT LAND DISTRICT  Diatriot of! Hnpirt.  $ I   TAKE NOTICK thm'������������irgo Girtus Li.  ' > i roequo Mill ������)���������. of \ in oouvi r. U.U., inuiih-  nnlwil oiwini'cr, into (Ih to iifiply for pcrmu  fiion topu oiiiimi (ho Mlowi K.le-onbod  ImirU:���������Uoiiimi'iiol i..nt a p ii-t pUutid ono  m,lu oiiMt of tho  orth < chc corner o'*'"siot.  RUPliRTLANDDISlRlCr  DisLi iot of Rupert.  TAKK NOTIOB th >t ThomiiB Ffi'd^'ic't  Tiwltpr, of Vimcouvur, B.C.- tolofiraph  opcr ter, intoiidB to npply for poiinh-  Pi.ui to i nroli no tlio tiliuwing dcHoribod  Im ilHi-Uumniei eing ������t a Mont planted an  the north wo t corn.)** r f S o i ������n 18,1 own  .liipO ihoiite euuth 80 oIiuids, ttmnto  eiiHt 80 uh iiu, thonoo nor h 80 olinlni>,  tlmi ce wo������t 80 cIiiiUb to plni'O ��������� t ooi;-  monnomont, oouiiiiiing 040 aoroB, nibrj  01'   ll.HH.:"   ..       .  Soribad on* p-mt TV PV'NiVV  o ruor.  Thomas I<"nr.ni:itici< I'asicku,  Dm Ulil.lt, A.!0nt.  Diti'dD'cemliorlOtb, 1010  Digtriet. oi Rn'-ect.-  TAKE-no'ici-'t.bnr IS.sJii.e Af.-id*.,v ',-  of Vancou ver, H.C , m;M"fi*.J '.vu:ii..:-j  intend, to cj>ji)y 'ior *peirn<,i":'.:;i.)*n   U;  purebafce'tho   followioj tie-oUivot'  lands:���������  :- ]��������� Coomienei n ir a t ��������� a ��������� ��������� poa.t p3 <��������� .*_ * pi\ .���������.  at ihe .onih'vaai comer of Section  ,  3, Townpbip-21, thenoe no.th , SO *  chains, . thence   went    80 ohninp,.  thenoee - south ������0 chainp,   ibeure*  en?t 80 chains   to   place   of  ci-ni'  inencenient,  containing 6-iO a^res-.  more or lees  Scribed .on post, JI A.'_ S.E. nor,  HajM'K. AeTu.y  Dun Clark, Agent*,  Dited Heceraber 10th, 1910;.  (Soojk's Cotton Root Compound  Th') ffMftt Ulflflno Tonlo, iujd  only euto oiVuutual Monthly  ilteuulatoron wlilott -woinoiioiia  Tmmr depend. Bold in Uiwo d  <S( oe BtrontrtU-No. t, it j  "Odoffroiiaeti-onger.jaj .  'or Buoolftl, Crt^oaTjII 'M)r  old by nil riruiryuto, ju  RUPEBT LAKD DI8TBI0T  Diatriot of Itnpert,  ��������� T..KE NOTICE thnt. Lillinn Wiorpnrd,  of ^'nn'oouvi-r, B.C.. murricrl won nn1, ir-  tmidfi to ai ply for pormi.ei.m to purciui-o ���������  <he followi.iK d ooribed lan'>:-0 uritiien  oiiif*.  ur. u i^i)'.'. pjanti-d nt tho Hnutb   eiint  o< ru-r "f B o'lon 21, 'J'otvn&hip tM, tb'.'<ioi  north RD ohniiix.   thonoo wont HO almii.fl,  Iheioi: b-uMi 60 ohainH,  ihonco coot HI),  oliuiiio t ��������� phco of comnitnoucomoi t, om,.  tail in j IJ.-O noieii, incro or lens.  So"ibid on pti.tLS'rt S.K. ooincr*  LlLUAN SHH'i'Ain).  Dnn Clitrk, Aj-ont.  TM< d Deoerabor 13ih, 10*0.  NOTTPK In Iwirrliy j-hnti lh.it on tho lint  thy of DeueinUrr in XMpiilicatlon will tlio  uiitdii t.i tli" .'fiipiii-in't;iidi-iil of IVovhitUI  I'tiliuM, V'ioitnii,' Inr the n-nn'+Hl of Iho,ho.  t-l bos in to mil I qoom liy retail Jt Iht*  hatol ku'i'vu in* tin- Pirt Aiip>t������ h..tal, hit  iiiiitd ftt.Ooiwx, ...V. J. IHloL.Mi-'i.  I)au>lOoUtA������tr II, IWO. .  ion 18, Towiihhlp 0. tliDiu'ii -iiafll) oliniii*.  ilioicn no** h 40 oli'lii'i the 1jo  ������,* t 8ll  oluiliiH, thonoo  hi null  .1)  ih.iii. to plito-  dI' (���������omiuo'iooiiKint, coitn'iib'i; !i'2l) uuiom,  1110 O nrlCH'.  iSorihod (iii ]i<mt fini.MV 8W ooi'lwr.  OicoiiiiB CliitTim Lauooquk Mii,t.n������������  JJ.tn Oiurlt, .".-.ont,  Dotort 'Dc omlw-r Mih, IO10  ., |    .miin ���������������������������������������������������ilimilii ���������"���������   iiTT'TrlTwn-r'TT--Tniininri-i n���������-���������..._���������_  UUPEUT LAND DISTRICT,  Diutrict oi Ruport.  TAKR notion thut Hurry Pulton  'Archibald of Viiricouv(tr..l. C, en*  Cflruor, intond* to apply for pr.rn.it*  si on to purohiiHii the following tie  .(���������rilifd Innrl"'- -("'������������������.tiiiiir.i i'in;������ 'it    i  port pli.iiiti.l 4 cb|ii:i8 north oi 1C M  Kcoaoii's K(iuthvvi*-Ht corner,  thenci*  north 40 chain*', tltunnii .'\vn<t  'Id  chu'n'*,  thenco flomb   40 elniini.  f henco mat 40 chiilnH lo   pbu o  or  ('Oiiiiiii'iirenicii'.    enntiiiiiin^    HiO  iTriw, tnor or hw-i  Hcribrdon p M H.P.A.VS.K cor  ILuiry I'atikn Ahciiidaui.  Dan Clink, njieni  Daioil Don   Hth, I'.HO.  51;   ll.jNfc*  prepaid on "roMlpt of "prhM,  ,     ir-Too piimpliloti * AtWr������������ f THU  OflflRUlDieiNlOO^TORONTO. t)HT. </om������r/|/ Wkdauf.  Q  c  0  m  X  am  <  to  t*  /  (9  E  i  _  4i  n  o  'mi  a  0  T3  O  O  >  no  C  d  C  ��������� mm  t/)  . mm  .      C  f        fP-0  ���������    c  oo  u  <D  Cm  4ml  Ut  w  CO  o^5  *m*\  X*M  CD  * V  if-  \*m\  +���������*  C  <  c  I mm  {mm  O  BUPBRTLAND UlsSTlUCT  Dlntrlct of llnptirt.  TAKE NOTIOB thiu Willlwu-iVuduusn  RliC|ipird, t-t Vttncouvor, R. C., cal-  lni*t ntakor, ibtenda to nnply for pornlr-  hIuh t' pniohiiHo iho following dr.noribod  Itoidn*. Oomn otioidR an n poat planted ������-..���������  mile vc������t of the uoutliowitj oi.rnor of Sci-  tint) 21, Towmhlpi 21. I bunco uorOi St)  olmini*. thtneo weit 80 chains, tiiouoo  ���������onili 80 obaii h, thonoit on������t 801'lminn to  pluoii of i!0,mi))'-'i'(.'("^niit, eoutuiui^g (110  uorflt*. mora or to h  Sonbed on p  t AV W-SV 8 J';, enter  W| I.LtAM W.\ DM A S .SlIBl'lV UI),  1'iiti Clnrk, /.(_oat,  Dat. d Poofinbor llltli, 11)10.  ltUPl.HTIiANDl3r8niHJT  Dintrlot of Rinport.  TAKE NOTICE tlut VVillin**. Kord.  rlokTaikor. of V moi^r U.O.in������n*iiiiiciiir  urn ������Kont������ iiit(.i,d������ to npply'fo* in-r-wi hkhi  to ptirohmu th. f Howl MriWwuibed liitxb:  Co iiiiicnelnu >tt u imt pfanto< about I  milo trwi. of tlm nnnhwMtwirntr of .w-  ti<*n 18. Towih i||)U, thonco������-������st80ohainu  t'n on uoitt.h MO i'h������l , thcnoi' vm-t HO  ehnlnn, heio-'.nor h 8u rlnl h to phcof  _iiiihu������i.i: ui'U������,   coi iiiiiiin.;   lit,l   b.r n  IIIOIl' ' I    I'M.  Hori o-\  ii poit WKT'h K.W. oi-rnor,  VVim.um Kknuhick TA'WttK,  11 Dun (Hark, Ago.i'i  Dnli * l> wl-.rl<Jh, HMO.  nuiMHTLASDDisnnr r  |)i4������-iotf IM ."ft;  TAKK NOTH.'K Mnn   U-l-Mt. M...-:������  Ioh-m     ������f   Viiitvi'vi'*',   i.   (i t      ni,.  Ol  rl(, III Hid    to  ������(.'.!-,   fl-.'   {���������.'.'���������ili::i.|'.Vi    v..  Hl'cliii.-M  lie I'1! ovyi.t' c-n Ib t\ lau|<  ���������Jiinuix unlit- "I    p-nt. p'niiti'i'n>  inm r i,  ������������������������������������ im r<l "������u*ti   <i *'.*. T(w..tip *jo,  *lt'i ec.oo.'t'. 80 tt   >'������������������    ,'n  ������u,   ., a   ������������������,;'  tilt in**, in ���������������-.   mi'i    *������j c*iaii'i,   ill-vn  went SO hiifi. to tl������������   ������.f   initiiiiiii!'#.  uie t. enn tulnb-. Gi 'icfwui'i e������i '.a  Ht'tib il<������������ tent iM'i N W, tomr,  Ihaiiki.u "MiLVKIIOI'll^.  Dau ��������� buk, i\������nU.  ;rit<iUAwn.������''UfJth,..ttUU-  444������^H4/ hH tl+lta+aA-arl+k *v  &J*  -,      *** ' _     ,       L       . "   \     > t>.     * * ��������� is       ^       '-- *      .  <"      "*  *"    ���������     "* -   ,     "      *"   ^      ,      ������\     i*S  %.*.*  ; ;y;v or*:^ -r^^r^"*^: -;  \ v*-   '        -    \ >-."���������'  '  '.    l    ' '  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  MORE  PINKHAM  CURES  li i      ii "  'Added fo the Long List due  to This Famous Remedy.  Glanford Station, Ont���������"I Have taken  I LydiaE. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound for yeara  and never found  any medicine to  compare with it. I  had ulcers and f allying of the uterus,  and doctors did ma  no good. I suffered  dreadfully until I  began taking your  medicine. It has  also helped other  women to whom I have recommended  it."-Mrs.  Henry Clark, Glanford  Station, Ontario.  Another Cure  Harvey Bank, N. B.���������I can highly  recommend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to any suffering  woman. I have taken it for female  weakness and painful menstruation  and it cured me.,���������Mrs. DeVere  Barbour.  Because your case is a difficult one,  doctors having done you no good, do  not continue to suffer without giving  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. . It surely has cured  many cases of female ills, such as inflammation, ulceration, displacements,  fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic  pains, backache, that bearing-down  feeling, indigestion, dizziness, and  nervous prostration. It costs but a  trifle to try it, and the result is worth  -millions to many suffering women.  If yon want special advice  write tor ������t lo Mrs. PInkham,  Lynn, Mass. It la "tree and  always bdpfaL  **.  Same Old Illusion  "When I was a boy I used to think  there was a pot of gold at the end of  a rainbow." "And now?" "I have  turned my attention from rainbows to  mining stock.."  A MOTLEY POLICE FORCE.  ���������Griggs���������Our doctor claims that some  ���������ailments can be communicated by a  handshake.  Briggs���������Probably he means the  grip.���������Boston Tianscript.  ^"Bfass*can"b"(T"cie"!iii.e'd'by"being moistened with kerosene, then rubbed with  a paste of powdered chalk and lemon  juice, and polished with chamois.  Speaker (warming to his subject)���������  "What we want is men with convictions, nnd where shall we hnd tbem?"  Voice���������"In jail, guv-nor!"���������Penny  Illustrated Paper.  It Will Prevent Ulcerated Throat.���������At  the first (symptoms of 'sore throat, which  presages ulceration, and inflammation,  .alto a spoonful of Dr. Thomas' Koleotric  Oil. Add a littlo .near to it lo mako it  pn'atfl.'ile. It will allay tho irritotion and  provent tho ulceration and swellinpt that  ,aro 80 painful. Thoso who wero periodically sulijcct to (.uinsy havo thus mado  thomsolvo. Immune to attack.  Most vegetables should be put on to  cook in freshly boilinpr wnter. Suit  nhould be added when they are about  two-thirds done.  To secure Russian pmiprriints for  Canada the Canadian-Pacific, railway  hns opened emigration oflices in  "Oalmy and Harbin, Manchuria,  "Where do yott keep your dove of  pence notes?"  "Where else but in, tny pigeon  holes?"       ���������  Somo women marry for love, while  not a few for alimony.  No Desire  Fqr^Food  the Stomach Soems Played Out and  tho Appetito Fickle  Upholders of British Law in Various  Colonies Would Make an Army.  The world's police force is made up  of a motley array of men for practically'every race, color and creed are represented among those who uphold  the majesty ot tiie laiv on our w-cked  planet.      " .  Wherever th. British fla__ floats will  be found an excellent police system  after the model of tbe Mother Country. In India (here is a force of more  than 159,000, and this does not include the native village police, who  are twice that number. In Siam and  British Burma there is an additional  police force of perhaps 147,000. It. is  the duty of every village head man  at once to give information of any offence occurring in his village, to secure the offender if possible and to.  turn him over to the proper represen-,  tative of the- Government. In the  Asiatic and African colonies it is the  custom to employ natives in police  service, but tne higher officers are  Englishmen.  The Sikhs of India have developed  into the best native policemen that  Great Britain has yet discovered.  These handsome, stalwart men may  be seen all over the British Oriental  possessions. A good Sikh ia a fine  specimen of the Oriental and his  knowledge of the Oriental nature is'  greater than an Englishman could  iiope to acquire in years of residence.  Tlie Sikh likes police duty and his  loyalty to the white man is unquestioned.  The northwest mounted police have  a world-wide reputation for efficiency.  In that vast and thinly-settled' region  l._s than 1,000 men maintain such order that travel is as safe as in the  older provinces along the St.' Lawrence and Great Lakes. It is peopled  mainly by Eskimos and Indians, with  several thousand whites, including  many adventurers who used to think  tbat no law was in effect so near.to  the .North Pole. Tho motto of the  Northwest Mounted Police. "Get the  man,"'taught them differently. To  secure one.necessary witness in a murder case' a few years ago two of the  police traveled 400 miles by,dog team  and 1,300 miles by canoe. *  The police of the various English  colonies generally wear a uniform  adapted in some way from that of the  English,"bobby," but with some modification for' climate. The helmet is  usually a part of the outfit', and, the  barefoot Zulu police officer would not  consider himself dressed without it.  I i the country and smaller towns  these Zulu policemen carry native  weapons, including spear and shield.  Nevertheless, thoy are commissioned  officers of the law, duly authorized to  arrest any person who may be caught  disturbing the peace of his Britannic  Majesty's"einyirer ��������� ~  T'.e police of the entirq British empire, if joined to.ethor.f'would make  an immense army. Following in tlie  lead of the city of London police, who  are generally six-iooters, would come  giant Chinese policemen from Homr  Kong, thin-legged and turbaned East  Indians, tall Zulus and Natal (tlie  aristocrats of the black race), negro  police 0/'Jamnion and Belize, dark-  skinned j-gyptians, tattooed Maoris of  New Zealand and the incomparable  white policemen nf Capo Colony, Canada and Australia.  Tho  Digestive  System  is Overloaded  With   Poisons���������Rellof Comos  With tho Uso of  DR. CHASE'S  KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  Wcnk Htoniu.b, Io***. of uppetilc, in-  dlROBlion nntl nil thn noooiiipiniying  sympbmiH of pains, iicIh-h, fiitiprtn;  nnd lack of enorgy, tend to make  tho springtime anything but joyous  for iiiiiity p'if-plf,  The (.yalem is full of jkiIhoiii, the  blood Ih iiiipiirt), tho liver und kidneys luive boon overworked in nn  effort to nuuovi- tho wasti* matter nnd  hnvo failed, Thin nooounbt for thu  bllfdiiHiieHH, fhft f-oiisf.p'iUon, tho  backaches! nnd hnndnohoR.  il���������:> '.., ill> .���������.,'*.!;!!o������ io b** cvr  "orr\t"? There ii nn' rtulolo'r or more  nf.rt.fi.in wny thnn by tlie use of Dr,  CIioho'h Kidney-Liver Pills, Thin  treatment gets the liver nnd kldnoya  fn action nt once and fiiHtiros rogu-  Inr movement of tbo bowelH,  '?*''���������*"   ...-,.���������,,,,,j,.   v-.-..'-*')  jf\>iilr>r M'bl**b  has been clogging tbo digeHlive nya-  tern k removed nnd tbe orgnnH of  digestion nre enabled to properly  perform their duties.  Appetite in sharpened, you ent  your food with 11 ri-llHh, the Htoiiinoh  is strengthened, the vital organs get  the iioiirinhiiii'iit. they require, ami  vigor nnd energy nre restored.  There is uo r.-a^.n for aityone who  knows ol Dr. Chase'. Kidncy-Liver  I'M. to have impure blood or to  auffcr the miuoyniu-o of tin-l, hpring  .Mdi'ig*. One pill a dole, '_Jii*. 11 box,  nt nil dciilern or KdintitiBOti, Baton  *k Co., Limited, Toronto.  DEALERS SELL BRANTFORD BUGGIES-BEST, IN STYLE, I  LARGEST IN CHOICE, NEWEST IN MODEL,, STRONGEST, I  SAFEST SHAFTS EVER GIVEN BUGGIES. STEEL'USED  THROUGHOUT.    GET THE BUGGY BOOK      :      :      :   ' :  W. N. U., No. 047.  Queer Trade  Unions.  The general ideti of a trade union  is of a huge army of men, nil joined  together hunder thn watchword, "Union is strength," Sheer weight of  numbers constitutes ono of their  greatest power*.  But there nre unions whose strength  cannot possibly lie in mere numbers.  The barometer, thermometer, and*  tube-blowers, for iii.Mnnce, have 11  trade union membership of thirty-  one.  Then there is tlie membership of  tho Cnnnl, River, nnd Dock Watchmen's Union. All told, thoy muster  thirty-four; nnd linvi nn income from  subscriptions of $155. Coffee-stall  keepers also bonst a union, which has'  existed for eleven years,' and can  count on thirty-eight members,  The United Kingdom Streot-sellerj  nnd Hawkers enn shown membership  of forty-two; while, the Street-Trnders'  Brotherhood hiis only thirty-two.  Though it linn only thirty-nine  members**'' tbe Tinetinister and Preserved Provision C-11 so mil Iters' Union  had nn income in 1.000 of .$2,oa5;  while tin"-, Pnper-Stainer*i' Union  poH.eftscs .forty-seven members., after  fifty years' existence,���������Answers.  In tho Good Old Days,  Those 'j-jurlitfieei-fl who cannot afford  to pny twenty guineas or more a head  for seals on iho route of the coronation'procession must wish thoy had  lived 11 fow.,'centurion back,  For nt every coronation Hie prices!  hnvo gone stondiiy up, When Edward f, was crowned, tlio fee for a  f-eat on the route of tho procession  wns only 11 farthing. By Richard  II.'h time it had risen to n penny.  It wiii 11 shilling when Elizabeth  ciitne to Iho throne; on the dny of  ChiirloR 1T.V coronation,' tbo pvice  bad rinon to hiilf-n-crown. One might  hiivii bad a comfortable sent on William Ur.'. great day for five _hil������  lings, on George lit.'* for bnlf-ii-  gilinen, When George IV, wns crowned, sents had risen in vnhio to from  ���������bri'-e Ui IWe cnlnoii" ThoiHimfl. of  fteatH nre hoing booked jiin now for  trom ton to twenty, i'viii the uiu.t  moneyed of sightseer.-* nuist bo glad  he docs not livo Inter.  Oil  Propelled Battleship.  Ill Home COfin-r in tin vnold mi >,!l  propelled battleship is now beinif  built. Heretofore nil reporti of the  building nl* the battleship hnvo been  denied, biU Dr. Dlenel confirmed the  rumors before tbe conference of the  London Iimtitution of Navel Arehi-  (���������"ol.li. Tf������ miid, however, that, bo wai  not nt liberty to (five detail*,  Dr. l)io<tel la the inventor of nn oil  engine. ||e said thut fully -I'M nhiti*.  navnl and commercial, are now fitted  ������������������r are belin.' fitted with oil engine?.  If the **"'"':') ton enran *hip now being  (������������������itixtrtietod III Hamburg prove*! a  ���������mcet'tn*, Dr. Diesel tnid, there would  If 11 general tendency toward the adoption ot oi' as n motive power iur n\\  t'it:>h of viu.ela. including warihipn.  What to   Put  Off  Always put off tonight what you  are going to put on in the morning.'  ���������Princeton Tiger.  A slicee of bacon cooked with spinach or other greens gives a delightful  seasoning. *  INDI6ESTTON RIGHTLY  CURED STAYS CURED  NOT BY TREATING   THE    SYMP-  TOMS  BUT  BY TONING  UP  THE STOMACH TO DO  \      ��������� NATURE'S WORK  Indigestion should not be neglected  for by depriving tlie body of its proper nourishment it grows steadily  worse. Neither stimulating medicines, which ruin the already weak  stomach by making it work beyond  its strength, should be used, nor pre-  digested fods, which do not. excite a  flpw of the digestive fluids,' and by  disuse cause the stomach to grow  weaker. Nowhere" is" the tonic treatment with Dr. Williams' .Pink Pills  more clearly useful. Its .principle is  to enable the stomach to do its own  work by building up the blood and  giving tone to tlie nerves. When these  are once. more restored to their normal health indigestion disappears  and the cure is permanent. In-'proof  of these statements we give the experience or Mrs. Paul Gannon, Star  Oity, Sask._ who says: "For more  than a year I suffered with all ;the  terrible pains of indigestion, and my  life was one of the greatest 'misery.'  It did not seem to make any difference whether I ate or not, the'pains  were always there, often accompanied  by a severe bloating and a belching  of wind.' I did not even get relief at  night, and sometimes hardly. got a  bit of sleep in my misery. I tried  many remedies said to cure* indigestion, but they did me not one particle of good and I fully expected that  I would always be afflicted in this  way. At this time my brother came  home on a visit and he urged me t������  try Dr. Williams' Pin Pills and got  six boxes for me.. By the time I had  taken four boxes I began -to improve  and could eat with some relish; I  was greatly cheered, and eoritinued  taking the Pills until all traces of  the:-trouble-had���������disappeared,, and^I  could once more eat ail kinds of food  without the smallest inconvenience.  We' have since used Dr. Willams'  Pink Pills in pur family for other  troubles. I am' so firmly convinced  of .their virtue as a family medicine  that I have no hesitation in recommending them to all weak, ailing  people."  } Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 50 cents a box or six' boxes  for $2.50, from The Dr.' Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.-  .  However a man must do something  more than keep the scissors sharpened in order to qualify as a good bus-  bnnd.  Blobbs���������The widow always gets the  third, doesn't she?  Slobbs���������I believe she has to get the  second first.���������-Philadelphia Record.  A Pill for Drain Workers.���������The man who  work, with hin 'wains Ih moro liable to  doran.emont of tho dlt.ost,lvo system than  tlio man who works with his hands, bo-  causo tho ono calls upon his nervous  onorRy whllo tho othor applies only his  muscular .tron-rth. Drain fat. boRots irregularities of tlio stomach and liver, and  tho best remedy that oan bo used Is  Pnrmolop's VoRotablo PIUh. Thoy aro  specially compoundod for suoh oases and  all those who uso them can cci-tify to  their suporior powor. ���������  It sometime.'.happens, that the obituary notice follows rather closely on  the news of a successful opera tion,  When a man flays ho is willing to  admit bis oppofiition may bo right, he  doesn't mean it; ho means thaji he is  whipped, and has to admit it,  Besides helping himself, a man who  is good at thnt is usually- expected to  furnif-h Homo assistance for his kin  and friends.  Mr, Lately Mhrriod���������But. dearest, I.  thought, we had planned to go to the  ojiera this oveningP  Mrs, Ditto���������Yes; love, but I havo  .changed our mind,-���������Puck. v  Mrs. Pockliom���������"! novor'told .7011  how my husband proposed to me, did  IP"  Mrs, Daslium���������"No; did ho, propose  to-youP"  BlesRod Is tbo abHent-mindod man  who forgets the promises others make,  him, for ho nhall suffer fewer tlisiip-1  nointmonlH. '  HOW'S  THI8?  We offer Ono Hundred Dollar. Tlewurd  for any oano of Ontnrrh that onnnot be  ourod by Hall's Catarrh Cure,  F. J, OllKKflV A CO., Toledo. O,  .    wo, thf  ���������t-rloi'fll.fHrt/l   ltnvo lrnnwn !���������'. ,T,  \ Ohnney for tlm last IS yean, and lieUt-re  idm   j/ci.tvlb'  hoi.ornhtp  In  nil  htifdness  trarmiKiHons nnd financially ablo to oarry  out any obligation, made by his Arm,  WAUIINC!, KTNNAN * MAIIV1N,  Wholo.ttlo DruBiflste, Toledo, O,  n*U'������ Catarrh Ouro Is taken Intemnlly,  _ot,in_   directly   upon   the   blond   and  miioonti   nuirfat-fs  of  the  i-retem.    Teutt*  ���������nonl!')** item trent,   i'n_* Im* m.  LoU'4  told liy all drii.nlMi. j  '_ke nall'i rtmitr I'llli far oe������������lp������tlon.  A Technicality.  '  It has been charged once more that.  Magistrate-Denison and Crown Attorney Corley make Toronto's police  court a house of jesting. And certainly both of these gentlemen often make  in court remarks calculated to raise  .a laugh. It may be that'their motto  concerning the people-to be jailed ia  "always have them laughing when  they say 'Good-bye'."  Not ail the laughter it} court is caus-  ?d by these officials. The accused people sometimes intentionally bid for  laughter. And sometimes the folk who  are in trouble cause broad smiles with-  ,out meaning to do so.  One of the funniest of the many  tunny incidents in Magistrate Deni-  son's court happened in connection  with a non-support case.  "John Smith/' rattle away the ma-  "istrate in his usual quick fashion,  "your wife says that you and she have  heen married sixteen years, that you  iiave eight children, that you contribute nothing to their support, that you  drink to excess and assault and abuse  her, and that she is afraid to live  with you, What do you say to all  that?"  "It's all wrong,, your worship," said  the prisoner. "We've been married  seventeen years."���������Courier.  Ye Bad Black Knight  Thousands of people visited Asbton-  under-Lyne, near Manchester, to witness a pageant founded on tbe local  tradition-of the r.din<j of the Black  Knight. For centuries it has been the  custom of people in the surrounding  districts to visit^ the town on Easter  Monday and; by the burning' of an  effigy of a knight, to exo.ess the feelings of detestation, which the inhabitants of the town entertained towards'  wanton acts of cruelty practiced by a  feudal lord of ��������� the 15th century who  resided in Ashton-under-Lyne, and  one of whose pastimes was to place  his victims in a spiked barrel which  was then rolled down a hill. The pageant was this year arranged for the  first time on a grand spectacular scale.  At night there was a, fancy dress carnival, and an effigy of the Black'  Knight was burned.  The Editors Fought.  Charleville, Queensland, has been  inaugurating its new gymnasium in  a decidedly novel fashion���������a boxing  contest between the editors of tho  local Liberal Times and Labor Guar-  dian^ There was a crowded attend-  arice;'~aiidT"much"~bitterT"partisanship-  was .displayed. Both men "fought  fiercely," and there was a great deal,  of clinching* and wild hitting. Th.  contest ended in tbe triumph of the  Liberal editor, his Labor opponent as  the end of the final round, "hanging  over the ropes in a dazed condition."  Their  Fault.  "My dear sir. you1 may be an expert floriculturist, but you know nothing of society.  "What has tbat to do with it?"  "Why,  every  one of these flowerB  you have recommended is a climber."  Very Shy  Jack���������I tried to teach Ethel how-  to play billiards last night.- She's the  shyest girl I ever ..saw;  Will���������How shy, for instance?  Jack���������Why, she blushed every time  the balls kissed each other.-  Fred���������Did you know ,that Captain  Twiddle had two "left legs?  Uncle Ned���������Nonsense!  Fred���������But it's not nonsense. His  right leg was left nt Antietam, wasn't  it? And he has a left leg still, hasn't  he?"  Explained  Indignant Diner���������Look here, waiter,  I just found a button in thia dish of  i roast turkey.  ' Calm Waiter���������Yes,, sir; it is part  of tbe dressing.  Ask for Minard's and take no other.  Minard's Liniment.used by physicians  To prevent the cook being scalded  by steam as she lifts the lid of a  roasting pan an Ohio igventor has  patented a- pan with a hinged lid that  may be opened with a long-handled  utensil.  To make a boric acid solution use  one teaspoonful of boric acid to one  pint of water.  The ease with which corns and warts  can'be removed by Hollowny's Corn Cure  is its strongest recommendation. It  seldom fails.  "Did you ever play in 'Hamlet'?"  inquired a theatrical manager of a  recpfit acquisition to ,bis company.  "Ever?" exclaimed the new-comer.  "Why I've olaved-in every hamlet of  Great Britain!".  ���������The Nile, is the most regular river  in the world as to its periodsoof flood  and decline. It rises steadily from  June to August; then it begins to fall,  rapidlv at first, and afterwards slowly, till next June. It is never a  month early or late.  Southern France sends out each  year one million parcel post packages  of cut flowers '��������� to the value of  $7,720,000. -.j-"-  Seventeen kinds of sharks inhabit  tbe seas of the far east, the basking  shark of the Indian ocean frequently  attaining-a length of fifty feet.  No Extravagant Demand  .Tramp���������JCin I git a bite to eat here?  Woman���������Yes, if you'll saw that pile  of wood.  Tramp (sizing up the job)���������I ain't  askin'    for    no    $10-a-plate banquet,  lady.  Explained.  "Did you ever have a cold," inquired the plMn citizen, "that vou couldn't get nd of?"  "No," answered the purist. "If I  had I would have it now."  Thus tlie coolness arose.  Tbe tortoise lives longor than any  other known animal.  Coooanut Trees.  Bight yearn aro required to bring the  average  .ocoatiut tre������ Into  bearing.  Thero are uuiiully sixty or Boventy  , trees to 1 bo acre, and the profits from  coconnut culture uro generally good  ������L  When it comes to the pinch there is  something to be said for the lobster.  A sitting'hen is in no fear of the  roasting pan.  Used in Canada for  over half, a century  ���������used in every corner  of the world where  people suffer from  Constipation and its  resulting troubles���������  Dr. Morse's  ^   Indian  Root Pills,  stand higher in public  estimation than any  others, and their ever-  increasing sales prove  theirmerit Physicians  prescribe them.        *  25c a Box.  Sold in all parts of the World-  Canada's Mojft Brilliant Representative^  It has proved its superiority over scores  of other makes, and  has won popularity  solely on its merits.  It's good for your shoes. 9  THE F. F. DALLEY CO., Limited,  HAMILTON, Ont.,   BUFFALO, N.Y.   and  LONDON, Eng;  ti  Eaiy Drawing  Tommy had drawn tho picture of a  loctmotive on bin Hlnto nnd bin fntbor  ���������inked hlrn why be didn't draw tho  earn loo.   ,  "Oh," answered Tommy, "the locomotive can draw them."  Three barleycorns mnko nn inch, bo  tho tnblo 8H.vb, nud three drinks of  burloy julco frequently make a riot,  Tho rlddlo of tho Bphinx mny bo un-  fnthomnnlo, but anylxidy can understand tho coal riddle nt n (.lance.  in Cash Prizes for Farmers  Your Photograph May ^ ,_,,_  Win a Prize .   SEggb  AMONG th������ prlzM w��������� ar������ oftorlnir fn^ur blj{ n.l-rhborhoo*.,    Hjf tit I. m������an������   'SLcEMgNT  '  PrlM Contom ia ono or 1100.00 (Prlio "C"* you aro placed on nn equal foot- '  fnr tha .armor In ouch Province who fur- Jnjr with ovary othor oontimtant,  -nlahe* ua with a photoirraph ihowlnv tho boot of Unf, tho circular, whloh g*lvou you  any purilculiw kJmi of work do-io on Ills iurm full j-inrtlculars of tho condition-- -ind of  during 1011 with '^CANADA" Comont.   Por thU th. othor throo prlioa.    Evory doal or who ������r11h  prize, work of evory description is Inoludod, "CANADA" Cemont will havo on hand a supply  Now just ns soon ns you Anlih that now silo, ft*^" fc'^0,",ar*-^n,1 h0'11 ?lve 3��������� ono.������ V���������  1>arh,  fisdlh* floor or dairy, that you'vo boon KfieRVS^  .hi-ifclr-i? cr .hniMinir,' whv nnt phntnirranh it Mid f "*0,"** ,oollP������,("~o*' ������ postcard will do-sond it  _o.,d tho picture to us?   Tho photograph doesn't L ooJteit b^Mtira mal       "^ ^ *'  nooossarlly ihavo to 1)0 takon by a professional UVB oon" Dy murn mal1*  or an export.   In fnot, your son's or your dauuh- , " J'ou havon't rooolvod your copy of "What  tor's camera will do nlcoly.   Or, falling- this, you tho Farmer Can Do With Conoroto," wrlto for    _.  might uso tho kodalc of your noluhbor's son noar- *hllb too*   H'o a flnoly Illustrated book of      V  by.   In any event, don't lot tho Idea of ifl0 Pairot full of useful and praotloal in-     f  __     bavins* a photograph mado dntor you formation of tho uiuh of concrete f  m^y^S.    UT ������nt?r,n-������ thft "mpotltlon. Par-        Wrlto us to-night, and you'll recolv.       X  #A_   UClS^al ^oairVXrin ^ book and th, circular promptly.       ���������jygj.  -__r!w-*-lnf_\.       <""'��������� whore u '������ not eonvonl-        Dl>  not  u������lay-~_lt right down-   X t���������tCi     "'  "****ra*rA|__M_KV       ent for tho farmer to pro- tako your pen or ponoll, and All     _X and boob.  yi-N-SJMP-y&y        cure   a   camera   In   tho out tho coupon NOW. W w.  Canada Cement Company, Limited, /   Natloud Dank BulWtaf, Meat.*������l X midxm , \THE   NEWS;   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  .  IMPORTANT NOTICE  nBOALiarl ot the enormous  At wumoer of letters sent to  ���������*-* the Exchange, 1 must ask  contributors to limit their communications to JOO words, except  in cases of formulas or recipes  whicft require greater space. I  want aU my correspondents to  have a showing in the Corner,  and if my request -C.t this respect  is compiled with it will be posst-  l>le to print manv more letters.  Attention is called to the fact  that Marion Harland cannot receive ino'iey for patterns, as she  has 110 connection with any department that sells them.  i'\  ' 'Vi''  ��������� i' .  n ..���������  ri 4'  V  ���������i'i  j  THE prejudice against the trio of  "hot breads,"  which has grown  Into  a principle  with  a certain  class    of o dietitians,    is    based  upon the second or tenth rate class of  the foods.  The man ��������� of weak digestion or the  woman who speaks of "my dyspepsia"  as of a familiar spirit it is vain to think  of exorcising does well to avoid freshly baked bread of whatsoever kind.  Stale bread and \toast properly made are  eafest for them. Some cannot eat "  ' starchy stuffs in any form. Potatoes  are a deadly poison, slow in action, but  poisonous, nevertheless.1 I knew a man  of 50 who had not eaten a slice of bread'  in twenty years. I HKewiee knew one  who could not retain cold water upon   his stomach.���������It-was -dashed-ott-by__the._-_  diaphragm as from a hot gridle:  Thi?'paper is not written for the victims of digestive idiosyncrasies, or for  those  who  hug  the fireside all' winter  long and bask .on tlie sunny side of the  ���������    house for 'the rest of the year, too lazy  or too hypochondriacal to stretch then*  ,><  'limbs ;in   healthful   exercises.   Which  ':   flame exercise in the open air keeps the  digestive apparatus sound and active as  ' truly  as  it strengthens the arms and ..  legs.   Wero  this not  a basic  fact,' not  a hedger or ditcher would outlive his  early   manhood.   Hunter   iand   lumberman live for week, together upon fried  venison and fish, pancakes cooked in the  oame pun and muddy coffee,    If questioned, they aver that al'tt'r an ull-day  tramp ln tho woods or pulling a bcait  ��������� i  upstream, or swinging an ax upon the  '   thick tree, of the no.thorn woods,  "a  follow could digest paving stones," One  believes  it   when  compelled   to eubmlt  lor a week upon what la his daily diet  the year round,  A bright woman describes what we  are tempted to characterize as "tho  griddle cako of commerce," as "the  lcathory atrocity masquerading under  a respectable name, and causing Indigestion to wait upon appetite"  Tho "respectable'' griddle cake, tho  Wiifllo as It should bo and tho ideal  fritter that Is, alas! too soldom a vorl-  ty. sho apostirophl.es us "light, golden  offerings of tlio master hand at mixing  and turning."  Thai sound, poetical. It Bliould be attested to by each of us as practical  truth. The cakes should not be leathery, nor the walllos hard and tough, nor  the frlttors greasy,  Tlio bono of all threo Is usually  found In that lust and uncomely  word. Your slovonly or untrained  cook has Invariably , "a heavy'hand,  with n-roaso" whoro lubrication Is ro-  qulrod, Ono or two failures in making wafllos havo taught her that thoy  aro likely to stlok to tho Irons, At  the third attempt she discovers that  grease will Itoop thorn from adhering  to tho corrugated surface, The deduction Is plain. Flood tho Irons with  lord, or the fat from salt pork, or  dripping-whatever may bo tlio form  of tho doslrod provontlvo, If a littlo  bo good, double tho quantity must ho  hotter. Confident In tho assurance,  alio makes muni! account of boating  tho Irons, IwOt tho inlsusod butter  ".o.itlo" and soak ns It will, Thoro  Ir no danger of Hcorohing, or ot-Httcic-  Ing. Hho bollovos In dollborato cookery, particularly whon that branch of  oookory has to do with tho frying  pan, which, I 'ausortod thirty yours  ago, should bo tulaiptod iih tho tirost of  tho average American housewife Our  lumberman got iho trick from hlsimoth-  or. I onco saw nn Adirondack oiimp  whoro thut and a ton kuttlo comprised tho whole stock of culinary utensils, Tho guldo who ruled tho peripatetic soiMomorit In tho balsamic  woods told mo ho "had no respect for  anybody who couldn't do nil their  cooking In one of thorn two," Jlo  nottmlly boiled coffoo In tho frying  non, nftor It hud turned out tho  twlco-Hlaughtorod vonlson. This done,  ho poured tho cofjfoo Into a pltohor,  swabbod It with soap and walor, and  sot it ovor tho lire with plnnty of  groasO ln It to bo I'oady, for tho flapjacks,  To return to our watllo. Vory good  oooks will toll vou that. It bus tuinc  countable moods mul iuiisvk, Jt in.  molly, no morn 'imonrtoln nf tempo*'  than tho smoother pun. All of us  havo hoard tho saucy old song, winding? up with;  Wlint pre wives rondo of. made of?  IBvorythlng kooiI, If llioy'ro hut umlorstood.  Our wulllo-lron must ho undoi-Htooil,  a:;d lian.l.'cd .'icconlint- !>> that unJcr-  standing, It Is nol oocoutrlc, but  what our foromothors onllod "ml-  inilo." Klrst, It must bo porfootly  clean. All tho groaso adhering to  Hunkon squaros or round holes must  be romovod. Uo not poke and prod  nnd dig In thoso with a��������� sharp-pointed  knlfo, nr Ico pick, oh the muiiwir of  nomo la, in tlmo, this will roughen  the surface and ruin tho Irons, After  ���������oaklng In warm suds, rlnso with hot  ���������wator and scrub with a stiff whisk-  broom kept for such tiiicri und for  Bono others. This will took out every  corner and cleanse without abrading-.  Next, dry thoroughly. Wipe with a  soft cloth and turn upside down in  a warm place, upon the'1 top of the  range, if there i3 room. When it is  "bone dry," put it away In a corner of  the pot closet, where it will not-  gather dust. Throw a cloth' over it  to make sure of this.   .  When you are ready to make your  waffles, set the .irons at the back of the  range to heat very' slowly. Do this at  least a half hour before you begin making, them. Neglect of this bylaw in .the  code of the "rulable" utensil has  brought many a promising lot of  batter to' grief. The reason is plain.  The irons are of uneven thickness, on  account  of  the  corrugations���������the  holes'  .and _sqna.es���������o������_jvhi_h���������_we__s_.oke__ just   now.' The outside may be heated, while  the tops of the Intersections are not of ���������  the  right temperature for cooking the   ���������  raw  batter.    Heat   slowly    and   much  longer than you would the smooth griddle.  It lo wise to- test a spoonful of the  .batter before- filling the - irons with  , enough to make a waffle of regulation  size. To grease the "rulable"'member,  use a bit of fat, salt pork stuck upon  the end of a fork. The Iron should be  so hot ns to hiss complacently, but' not  to send up the odor of burning grease.  This was our grandmother's method of  greasing It, What I think a bette. way,  Is to Inclose u teaspoonful of shortening  In a smull square of thin muslin and rub  gently with It until the grease Hows freely O'Ut upon the heated surface. Do not  i put this upon lhe Irons with a spoon,  You cannot spread It evenly. The depressions made by the pattern of tho  Irons should be ���������hibrloat.i-1���������not tilled,  Pou. In tho batter at once, close tho  upper Iron upon the lower, nnd leovo  over the lire a full mlnu,te, until tho  'bn.to'r has formed si fir thnt It will  not oo;*o nut and flrln when the Irons  are turned. Turn, nnd hake the other  side in like manner. 1".e< fit.- taking ���������  euro not to j.'ir the Irons or shake hard.  Sho who thumps them endangers the  llghtne.. of the wnflle,  A correspondent wrote to the Exchange a whllo ago for n recipe for  "crisp woffles," I-Ier'R, sho complained,  were always soft. That, In the opinion  of the expert cook, Is n desideratum In  the manufacture of the toothsome delicacy, They should be mixed soft, baked  quickly and turned out ns soon ns thoy  are dono, Bond to table promptly. Some  butter them beforo nerving. A Dutch  grandmother among the Jorsoy hills,  whoso. Incomparable wiiffloa were tho  prldo of. the neighborhood and tho delight of city visitors, used to strew thorn  with cinnamon nnd powdered sugar. In  piling them In smoking heaps upon a hot  Plato, Her wattles never disagreed with  iho most dyspeptic summer guest, Tho  number that nppotltoless line ladles,  sont. to tho country' for their health,  could ont upon'n".Tuly evening wns Incredible Nobody kept tally of the ounn-  tlty stowed awny under .the ���������schoolboys*  swontors 'nnd jackets. "Oninilma TVs"  doff, If wrinkled, hands did both mixing  nnd baking Tho wn dies wore tender,  light and so free from oily deposit In  tho round holes tho children loved to>  fill with butler thnt they did nnt. j,*reuso  Iho napkin lining tho hooted pinto, Vor-  Itnblo "golden offering*!" wore they to  normnl npiwvtltos, upon whloh nwaltod  health, not Indigestion.  Grandma B.'b Wafflon  _ Bin 2 cups of flnur threo tlmos'wlth a  homplng toiispoonful of baking powdor  nipt an even lonsponnful of milt. Dent  tho yolks ivf !1 fronh eggs smooth; stir  theso Into 2 cupfuls of sweet, unskimmed: milk, add 2 tiihlosimonfiilH of  molted butter or other shortening, and  thon, with long. uwlft .triiUci*, mix tn  tho flour nllnrnii'toly with tho whites of  Iho eggs whipped to a standing'froth.  As soon ns tho wiifile butter Is thoroughly mlxod, drop by, tho gront spoonful  Into tho hen tod nnd gronsed mold,  otherwise* (tailed "irons,"  Vlrfflnln Rlco WnffloU  Boat tho whites nnd yolks nf 2 eggs  very light, and sopnrntoly.   sift i cup of  iiuill    VWi.il  ii   IC.I.-|uiu|!UU   ul   Oil Kill).   I'.MV-  dor thron tlmos, together with ci level  leuspooriful ol suit. Mix the bwiten  eggs with a pint of milk; add n twi-  spoonful of sugar nml n cupful of cold  bollod rice, Dent hard for u full minute, hofnro adding, alternately and  quickly, tho whites benton wtlff nnd tho  in*.pared Hour. Lastly, bent In fust,  v.-"l!i J-v.i ..;;J !--ng, '.''m'.-'rJ ^!r;!.,,:s, a  Inrgo tiiblosiioonful of molted (no,t hot)  butter or othor shortening.  Thoso nro very U������ht iinC whofoaomo,  ��������� Griddle Calces y  If you can possess yoursolf of a  , soupstono griddle, never use nny other..  I forewarn you that you will have dim-  oulty In provontlng liny hired cook from  grousing It. They-the griddle.���������nro  moro expensive than thouo madi- of Iron,  but thoy urn Intlnltely superior to them  lu all I'.iijjtv.tn. l.'i.ii'i'lully are theyde.-  slirablo for the housemother who knows  how much more wholesome and palata- ���������  ���������ble baked cakes   are   than   fried.     In  fact,   fried   "griddles"   are   a   culinary  solecism.   When cooked  in  grease, they  belong to .the Fritter  family.  Set the griddle at tne side of *the  stove the day -before you are to use  it, and. leave it there for two hours to  "season" it. This is absolutely necessary if it be new and has not been  tried, toy the fire. Griddles of this kind  will not crack under (or over) fire if  they liave been previously treated thus.  Next, day, an hour before you wish- to  bake the _cake_,_set_i___jhe sarne_p_l_ace  and heat gradually -to the right temperature. This done,, rub tt haird with  fine, dry salt, polish with a dry, soft  cloth,  and it is ready  for work.  Never Allow a Drop of Grease to  Defile it  To butter, oil or grease It in any way  Is downright ruin of an excellent utensil.  The varieties for breakfast griddle  cakes,' called "batter ' cakes" in the  south, where they are found In perfection, are numberless. 1 had the pleasure of eating in "Dixie's Land" Inst  week one which wns a delicious novelty to me. My readers may have had the  ���������pleasure of making familiar acquaintance  with it ln days that are no more except in memory.  It  was   very  simple,   so  the  smiling  hostess told me, and she gave me this  formula, subjoining that "much depends  upon  quick  mixing  and quicker  bak- ���������  ing."  Clabber Griddle Cakes  ("Clab *r" Is "loppered milk" In  othor latitudes than  Dixie.)  Into a quart of clabber stir a tonspoon-  fui of salt and the beaten yolk of  nn egg. Sift 2 rounded tensp-xinfuls  'of baking soda three times with a quart  of flour and stir Into the milk and egg,  Neat five minutes hnrd before folding  In  tho stiffened whites of 2 eggs,  Bake Immediately upon a very hot  , griddle.  Whole "Wheat Griddle Cakes  Sift threo tlmos together 4 cups of  wholo wheat flour, teaspoonful of baking powder nnd nn even teaspoonful of  snlt, Bont tho whites ond yolks of 2  eggs separately, Stir the beaten yolks.  Into 8 cups of milk; add a tablespoon-:  ful of sugar or molasses and 1 of molted  butter nnd, alternately, tho prepared  flour and frothed -whites,  Bout,steadily for a. mlnuto and balto,  Fritters  Tn making fritters, nn ossontla) to sue-:  cobs Is that tho fat In whloh thoy aro  fried ho Vory deep and boiling hot,  Tost It by dropping In a smnll spoonful of butter. If this does not rlso  quickly to tho surfaco, swoll rapidly nnd  acquire a light brown hue, your fat Is  too cool, Lot It stand over tho .hottest,  port of the rnngn for n fow minutes, and  again tostf.lt, whon It Is of tho right  temperature, fry tho fritter-} quickly,  dropping in* trio batter by tho spoonful,  Whon thoy nro dono, remove tho frit-  tors with a perforated spoon nnd lay  thorn In a*" houtod colander, lined with -  hooted pnneiv Transfer to u hot platter  covered with a folded nripkln-nlBo hot-,  and servo iit-onco,  So I wroto ton years ago In tho Complete Cook I'look, and I can givo no moro  trustworthy and explicit directions now,  Following tho general rules, como ton  roclpos for different kinds of fritters,  for which 1 have not room horo ard  now,  The fritter that absorbs grease Is a  spoiled frlttor, Tho fat should bo ho  hot as to sear tho battel *ho Instant It  touches It. Tho "noarskln" thus formed  protects tho Interior of tho "hol(k*i  offering" from the boiling liquid, while  tho heat (not tho fnt) conks It to tho  heart. It should ho priVfeotly dry after  lying upon the paper for a minute that  tho fow drops clinging to .ho "noarskln"  mny trlcklo off ���������harmlessly Into spiino,  Should tho "offering" oollrmso into u  dispirited mass, tho but tor ih too thin,  Hence, an added roonon for testing It  with a small hit In tho beginning.   If  It, shrink and flatten when removed rrorr.  tho deep fat to tho paper-lined eolandor,  you may yet save tho day by adding i\  llltlo more flour.-      ���������   ��������� ���������       ���������,-������������������_������������������  I would, In conclusion, emphnslzo the  "deep fat." A Scotch kettle, In which'  frltU"., croquettes "(ind Kronen fried no-  tatoon may hwIiii without touching the  bottom nnor onco rising, or Jostle ono  itniHliormil uf ahape, Is n valuable pail  nf pot-cloHct  pliinlshliig,  Mako a memorandum of this along  with thn sou-psiono griddle In your noxt  '1st of "miiHl-lmvoH,"  Sprhigerlks  (Thin  recipe  Will moke 100.)  IN RESPONSE to the requejit of "Mr**.  E. A. S." (Rock Island, III.), I submit the following CH-rman reclpci.  for tho Kenulnenesji of which I am prepared to vouch. I am glud lo \m or  service to a f.llow-houscmothtr: On������  pound of sifted powdered sugar, 4 egg*).  "������ quarts ot Hour (sifted twice). 2 tea-  spoonfuls of baking powder, 1 teaspoonful       ,  , of \anllla extract, 5 cents* worth of anl- ,  seed.  Beat whites and yolks separately, mix  them smoothly with the sugar, then with  the vanilla. Heat will. Next add Hour  until you nave a smooth dough. Divide  this Into tluee equal parts and roll It out,  a third al a time, Into a aheet half an  inch thick. Flour your mold lightly and  press the dough upon It.    Lift the mold,  ��������� cut out the cakes thus designed and leave  all night upon a floured  biscuit board.  Ill the morning, butter your pans ana  sprinkle them with the caraway seed.  Lay In the cakes an inch apart. Bak&  In a moderate oven to a straw color. One i>  ���������greasing ot the paiiB Is sufficient for the  whole hundred cakes, but sprinkle with  seed  before each baking.  German Crullers  One large spoonful of butter, 2 cups cf  light,-brown sugar, 3 eggs, 1V_ cups or,  sweet milk, ������2 tea.poontuls of baking-  powder, 1 teaspoonful of vanilla, enough  Hour for soft dough. Add a tablespoonful  ol vinegar to th.- lard In which you are  going to fry the crullers. Beat It In while  the lurd Is cold.  Have on the back ot the stove a saucepan half full of hot vjiter. When the  crullers have been frle.i, lift from the  bcillni. lard In a deep perforated skimmer and plunge for a" second Into the  boiling water. Then rhake- and drop into  a bowl of powdered sugar. ;>  When all are done, take the pot of -  water from the lire and let It get cold.  The accumulated lard upon the top will  show how much has been saved by the  hasty dip. It will be good, pure lard,  the impurities having settled at the bottom of the water. The crullers are all  the better for the loss of superfluous fat.  German Sweet Pickle  That will not Irritate the stomach am  which is cheaper than small pickles:   -  Pec) and cut lengthwise Into quarters  a dozen large cucumbers. Lcnve overnight In strong brine. Pour this off next  day; rinse the cucumbers; put into a pot  and cover with vinegar, a cup of light-  brown su-gar and spices to taste. Bring to  a boll, gradually, keeping the pot closely  covered; pack the pickles In half-gallon  glass Jars, pour ln tho hot vln#gar and  screw on the tops closely. -  These   pickles,   if   properly   made   and  stored in a cool place, will keep all winter.  P.  w.  (Louisville,'Ky.).  I see no reason why they should not  keep for months and even years If they  are not eaten up. The best pickles im- .  prove w.Hh age, If, as you say, they are  kept in a cool place. Skilled makers  of sweet pickles add a tablespoonful  of sugar every month to each quart of  p'.ckles. This .counteracts the Increas-  ���������ing" sharpness-of ��������� the-vinegar-and-mel���������  lows the contents of the Jar.  Limewater Destroys Insects  I -write to ask what I shall do for my  "Boston fern. ,    , .   _  Tho earth In whlc'i It stands Is infestea  with .mall white bugs. They are not on  the leaves, and the plant sends out new  shoots, yet they are more numerous about  the roots and stalk ot the fern than'anywhere else in ths earth.  Must I repot tho plant or Is there oome-  thlnjr I can put on It that will kill the  bugH ond not Injure the plant? o  -ELIZABETH .1. (Charleston. III.).  Soak the earth with weak limewater  twice a week. It will destroy Insects  and sterilize the eggs they are depositing in the soil. Onco" a fortnight mix  with the weak limewater a very little  mustard. Tills will bring to the surface  any worms that may menace the rootfi'  of tho fern. Be careful not to opply the  limewater to the leaves or stalks. Tho.  bugs breed In the earth.  To Khoiv Real Amber  C, A. B. (M, V.) offered last winter to-  give Information ns 'to the wearing of  amber beads, Mny 1 nxk him one quos-  tion? I will put ii as briefly on I can  frame It.  How may the real umber bo dlntln-  gulnhed  from  the Imltnilon?  Having beon nflllctud for year* with  oni-mli nnd Inlltimnmtlon of the throat,  I bliould n'olce to get something to ro-  IIhvi* me In  Mime niennuro,  Mrs. (*!. (flfrmantown, Pa,).  Tho doctor who volunteered ln������  formation respecting the amber It.  which hn has faith will answer you  in full after seeing your .uory. I venture one hint that may be helpful.  .Hub tho amber to bo toatod with it  bit of tltinnel until It warms under  you hand, If It be genuine, the friction will bring out a resinous fragrance, The Imitation rolnalnH odor-  loss, Or, you may hold tho bead.  tioar enough to the flro or a radiator  to honl thorn. The real amber responds with the balsamic smell, The  Imitation bouts moro slowly and. Is,  scentluSH, --.y  mMMiJh, liafil  ia*W<$  FAMILY MEALS FOR A WEEK  niUBAKFABT  Itorrlos, cereal and cream, anltnon ntcnkit,  potato l-lnanlti, toitit, tea ond corroo,  MJNOHEON  Iced bouillon Jn oup������. cold hum,, tioked  hniinii,   brown  broad,   lotuico   unhid   with  rrimin   olicflHo   nnd   mlncod   olive   ball**.  I'l'iit'l-uu* t.iiHiori, ''offoo, I'lnno mango and  cako, ton,  nMNjim  . Vcvoiablo nnil', roust ducks, niiple tiiuce,  i*T<'������n iiiiiin, Mtilnnnli, nnnln tarts end whip-  'led cumin, black coildt-.  MONDAY  lmiOAKKABT. (  Oranges, eeroul iitnl oroiiiii, bacon, poacheri  _KKt upon toast. French rolls, vtIkjIo-wIumii  bread, tea nnil coiYen.  l.U.NWtKuN  Tlml-alei of inlmon <a lott-ovcr), ������oufT> of  inn ii i.('im ot left-over), linked, pouiiw,  thin  bread  and butter,  canned  aprlcotM  and cuke, tea,  niN.NM-1']*  Hplnnoli soup (a lert-ovcr), ������nlml of auoki  (a lull-over), strlns lio.ns, Hpanlali rice,  ntrnwborry .potigo, tmUa, blaolt coffee,  TUESDAY  nniflAKKAHT  Hll.til plnMpple, (wrenl nnd ewnnl, liitMn  and green poiiper*, crcumud tuuit, wliltr  In cud, fuffoo aiid tea,  UJNCHKON  _ "Cope Cod follm" tlillilt, plnln bnllnil pn-  taioes,  mixed sulnd, uriu'kers und  elit'UHO,  hfeail and butter,  glngiirbreiul und cocoa,  , 131N.NK11  Duck earcnwi .oun (a left-over), pot ronat  o' rib endu or li.tiif, sweet |nvniiieH, on lined  stioiotaili, banana fritter*, black coff.u,  WEDNESDAY  nitWAKl**A������'P  Ornns**, eorwil and cream, bnked omoltt,  ftrnnnm lil������euli������, must, tea nnd enffw*,  i.UNOHKON  I'etato soup In cuim, cold rib ends of beef  lli   le't-nvcr),   liomlny  eliiiiuittet*.   olio|i|i(iil  snd sautes tweet   potato.ii   (a left-over,,  tried breiiil and Inmon ������au<-o, ton,  WN'NEH  Hufii'oiash noup la loft-over), calf's llvor  ,".   !,-;   .''ii-'M-i''''",    .���������i";'.ir;i/,i'",    tinit!   j ,-::.,���������  carrois, sirawl-trry ihorteuko, black con**.-**.  THUniDAY  tmiCAKKAHT  Tlorrlcs, ceres I nnd cream,  Imenn, boiled  CKHH,  wnflles,  tiamt,  nnffed nnd  ten.  Ml.VOHI.ON  Cold ealfH. liver,  rrled  Kronoli polnKiei,  picsK   nnd   dnmlellon   milml   with   l-'renih  iIiiubIhk,   crackera  and . chime,   ftutntiity,  Ua,  ���������OTNNim  Pf,iip rnadn nf Ilic woody end!' ��������� -f n*r''^',*  frut* und enrroi* ent Into dice m left-over),  nock   iilgeom   (roulailoi   uf   vnull,   young  oiilona   creamed,   batted   nineuronl,   ehcrry  iIuiiiiiHiikh with hard satico, black o'iIT-k*,  IfEIDAY  TIU!*lAKI'*AHT  llerrles,  corcul  and  cream,  broiled  nail  maclicrul (miirlimded fur un hour), utewed  potutoeN, coin bread, Kiiihi, lea and coffee,  l.U.NVUKON  (Imtleta   eachem   (toniuinen   muffed   with  fnreeiitent,    In ��������� vhleli ���������   are     eni*itl,     baited  imuaiunl    uim     yuuiiK    oiiiuno     m   ini-  nvoi'i, u fniii unlnil wiib iiiiiyiinnnl������������ driiKH-  J,,.,,    .I.Ul.flH    .111.1    l||l,,ir,    *h\\,,i    j.'Hl.l il'.1  ninl Nultaniin, oooldim, ten,  UlNNI'lll  Cream of tomato u<iui> iwllhuui meat),  'ewl iiailluii tu lefl-oviiil, lileil nuljiir).  litilHKelH HlirotjtN, tiliieiti'lilt (wliule) tllleil  with bin of pliienpiilu nml nriiiiK", I lien net  III (uo for Iiouim; eiKHih'" cake, lilni-U coffee,  '   SATURDAY  nilRAKKAHT  ,   , ,  eereal nnd cream, Nliail r������e, miif-  lea  Slid coffee,  l.tlNCIMXiN  of   nurdli'i'it,   iiiimlieit    not nines,      tmliiii    wllh    I'ri'tieb    dMnlnit.  criickers    and    ronuefori    oheeiie,    luown  bread  and  butter,  cut  very, thin;  mmw-  Mrrle*  nti,|  eream   v/Hli   Inmlilee.   tell  D1NNI5H  (lumlm (baled upon 10-cent een of chicken  ���������"nip),    hniiUmri;er    ���������deitlii.     |,ier\,le,l     nml  bnked bntianne, rleed potutoe., berry charlotte, l>looK ojffeo.  _ cirnnirf *-,  flni, tonal,  Cannnoi  eiicinnlier  .// Rose Ifi.Jhiiry  At tlio risk of being tedious to renders who tiro not Interested; In tho revival of the graceful and poetic urt of  making roso beads, 1 print ono more  roclpo for tho mnnufacturo.. It differs  Homowhat from those wo havo already printed;  I InoloNit a formula for mnUlns roue  benilN, It In timely, fur xuutlu*rii unrdenn  are already full nf rosea, and northern  kKii'deriN will follow null Hpccdlly.  I lihnwlHe offer a formula for rose.  plllnWH, which will ilellulu tlumii who  would ninke them, and slve them roiiy  leaved llllliis for lhe dainty qusIiIoiin In-  hiiikI of the nniNty nffnliH K<'uorally  Ur.own hy Ihe name,  Roue Beads  Hun the ftt'Mli polulH UirouRli the food*  nhoppar, Hprniid tho pulp evenly upon  n pun and uprtnkli' three Mrnlne of cop-  penifi over ill" innm. Mix well and put  through the i-hnppur flft������t<n ilin������������*������, using  tlm limnt cutter. TIHt will make thu  pulp black nil tlii-mndi,  Itnll the lienilH iwli-e an large a* you  would have them when dried, lie enreful  to have ihem of uniform tlm, l.ny upon  a broad 'plotter tn dry nil ilsy. ��������� ho inn  let ihem touch one another, Do this  iiimii u flue, dry iliiy.       ,        '    _. .,  If ibey nre not too linn) nfter_ the niit  dryliiK, they may be mllinl three tlines  ti.Voi��������� ��������� nic" nn, nirtini* fni'intr unon ft  impiier wire nliiiui tlieilili'Kiu-M ������,' M1.'}.  pin llii nol nhnrpen Hie etui, nr Ilu* bend*  mny millt. Ineoiiitu ilii-m lo ������uit )<a<i������'���������''���������  anil lay u������.aln In tlie mm in harden,   when  hey afe tliornilKlily dry, <������������������������������ jr,on,.'I"i* .SlTifi  imi mm n. cloth wok snd, rub and ihnka  ihem Keillly. tosellier lo imtle i Iheill, MU  a few tlM'i'H ������f rime nil Willi nteiitinllo  "cut" It, and rub It Inlo the bends with the  huiiiiH, iiirnlnt. mem over beiwoen the palms  ,,. hi   ii II   Ik  nlnnrlu'd  ' When Die beade ������r-> dried tlirdUKh snd  UiroiiKh, imak thrm In ollv* oil (or several day*. Wll* dry nnd string. Thsy will  nlwny* retain tho perfume, ���������  ��������� Robo Pillnwo w  ���������m (rent res* petils for idllows, so as to  Iiri-kei'VA color shd lierfumei  (latlTer fresh p������ ala ond,. din tliern, a  handful at A time, into n pall "feoU wntyr  In which a talilespoonful of Mlleyllo aelfl  lum been dissolved, Tt.Ul spre.id out ui.tilt  a. paper tn dry. turning nnd tnnelnK ihem  nftSmi until tti������ molsttuA lies evaimrnted Sn'������  llm  Ll'MlS UK) dry.  Tble chmild be d(,n������ as mm ������s ihe petal!  Are stillierfd, ���������    - .. ��������� *, V  Y*. ~/^n:  ���������'* .:  *%__-*������<fcrr___ta.u t l;**-_w .".*.���������*. ^^   '������  I   THE FURNITURE STORE  PA YD A Y SPECIALS  LACK CURTAIN'S AT REDUCED PRICKS.  Odd I'iecvs ofn-j ,-t   Hand Painted, to clear at half price.   <Q  ONE <-r,lv he-in <u' !..��������� il u 'nt������l TEA SET, regular      * <A AA  j prict- *fi5.'.������i   '>\-*AU. AT        spIV.UV  *   ONE uni/ TU* '-K'l, n',..d.-ir price,  $8.00.     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PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made  *.i ������rd������r.  from 820 to $35    All Work First Class  Hospital Enquiry.  nch & Co.,  Limited.  GRNEKAL AGENTS FOR THE ���������  Royal Insurar ce Co., Ltd.  London &, Lancashire Fire Insurance Go.  Standard Lif^ Assurance Co.  London Assurance Corporation (Marine.)  London & Provincial Marine and Genera'   *  Insurance Co.. Ltd.  Ocean Marine insu-anceCo., Ltd.  London Qc -Lancashire Guarantee Accident  Co.  Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co.  National Security Co., of New York.  &e������ident Agents*  a. r. bates w\ w. willard  Courtenay Cumberland  XL V. WINCH & Co., Ltd.  -Temple Building- : Fort-Sr.^ictoria, 4..C -,  The following let'c. has been  received at this office Irom. the  Hon Secretary of the l><-y Scout  Organization of B.C'','.���������'  kkDear Sit; We should be very  much obliged to you il vou would  help us to make known throughout British Columbia that all information witli regard "io Baden-  Powell Boy Scout* in this province may be obtained' Trom us  here; aud ihat all warrant* aud  badges must be obtaiiu-d through  this office. We tire constantly  hearing of distant ecu ires not  knowing whom to apply to for  iu formation, and we ferl sure the  press of British Columbia will do  their best to help us.to organize  the Boy Scout Movement in this  large province,  Yoms truly,  HON.-'TJl.-.HttNfMOK,  Vernon Chambers,  'Victoria* B.C.  We have enough buys here in  I his city to form a very eflicient  Boy Hcout corps. \Ve hope -this  11mtterwill.be taken tip by the  proper authorities and a brigade  formed.  Nuiinimo, .July H,-~V\n< which  fltttj'lud at 4-, HI) I lliu  uflcl'llnoil   In  the biiseiiimit of the dry kiln of  the ������a\v mill owned by tliu Liidy-  mti 1 itl* LiiiiiIkm* Company iu thii*  city, biW'iice it was got undor con*  ti'ul did (liimuge. to tlm nxitint of  $40,000 mini.' up of $15,000 to  tin* plum nml tne Imbinco to two  f "jiui'liCt-n ilH'l i<������C* Miniiii" 1-uiiiJ-  itigx i:i thi' imnn'i||ntu vicinity.  ���������*m*m  summer schedule.  The SS. "Joan" will sail as  under:���������  Leave Victoria Tuesday. 7.00  a.m., for Nanaimo, Union and  Comox.  Leave Comox Wednesday 8.00  a.tti.,for Union, Nanaimo and  Vancouver,  Leave Vancouver Thursday,  9.00 a.m., for Nanaimo. Union  and Comox.  Leave, Comox Friday, 8.00a.m.  for Unioii, Nanaimo and Van-  couver.  Leave Vancouver Saturday,  9,00 a.m., for Nanaimo, -Union  and Comox,  Leave Comox Sunday, 12 15  a.m., for Union, Nauaiino, and  Victoria,  WANTKI)-Tea������lierfor.W.I������it������������  school, Sahiry #00.00 p<<r mn'ntlt,  Applications to he in, nn or \>u-  fure July.25th, 10J.1, Statu i\fui\-  itications. Address Alas Sowo.-  villu, Box 4 CuiubiH'biiid, B, C.  The Hospital Board ' held a  public investigation into the  charges appearing in the 'Islander" ou the authority of Mr. II.  Goss that the food supplied to  him as a patient ''was the worst  In his experience of many camps,  etc."  Mr. Smithe was first called  upon. He said he knew nothing  except what Mr. Goss stated, to  him for publication, and. as, he  had received other complaints  previously he thought that they  should be made public. He did  uot draw attention to the others  as they objected to having their  names known, but that. Mr Goss  said that he could bring others to  prove his charges  Mr G.oss said he stood by every  word as to" the charges made-,  Asked to produce his witnesses, i  he replied that they had- all left'  town, with the exception of one,  ���������-giving the name���������but who was  not present. .'  The president said tlm patient  had been before him and. part of  the Board, but that this patient  denied the truth of Mr Goss'  charges.  -���������Vet-Mr Goss-said__suhfo.Jet.er.'.  "I have a number of witnesses  who have come forward voluntar  ily and who are willing to substantiate all I have said regarding the quality aud quantity ot  the. food supplied in the public  waid of the hospi'al at any time  1 hey wish to investigate the  matter."  Mr Shaw reaffirmed all he had  said in his lei ter to the Nuws,  stating that it an oath would  strengthen it he was prepared to  take one then and there. He  further stated that it would only  have been newspaper courtesy  if the "Islander"' had copied his  letter as requested, so that its  readers could have heard both  sides, He also proved from his  letter that he did not say that the  cook could have bak������d better  bread if she had not had nn old  stove to contend with; nor that  his letter4?aid he had eggs aud  pork chops and  beef steak ,|or  HAVE  YOUR  PHOTO  TAKEN!  ���������AT���������  Powell's   Studio.  1 0  Work guaranteed.  Prices reasonable.  FOU SALE���������102*nerca of the  finest, of bind in Noltion District,  two and a half inib-i* fiom "Cuin-  lu'i'laml. 40 ac;es easily cleared,  85.acres good timber, close to  Grant's logging camp. School at  corner of plae������. I'ino building  fcitw, Easy to cut into ten-acre  blocks. For terms apply to 3Sr.  Haivey, Happy Valley.  1'OR SALE���������Pony, buggy and  liui-nes**.   Apply   to   W.- Keenan.  Cniiip.  ������      Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  SELLING OUT  BUGGIES and  FARM IMPLEMENTS  AT     LOWEST     CASH     PRICBS.  The coasting dinner Helfast,  owned h\ Kmip u. W���������..{.���������*{, Van  couver, wa4* bunu-d ������o the waters  edge ut FmIh Narrows, near Na-  iiiumo, on bu day morning, The  eu*w of .even escaped with their,  lives    The loss 01' the vessel and  LMl^U i* ttb-itUiilvd .t' ;i 10,000.  Manager Unitis has ���������ueciml tiie  well known, pionuitors of Die  "Jviutgh TniBt," O'JJeil ^ Haft,  for Monday, Tuesday and Tliiir*-  day, with a Special Matinun,  Thursday, These popular artist"  have uppuured iu nearly all tliu  principal cities in the civilized  world, nud are considered to bo  the best  acrobatic cumedinns 011  tho ������<age today. For the pact  u*u#k, they have appeared at one  of the pop 11 Ini' pluy hoii.cs of  Vancouver, tho "(Handing room  only" ������SgU ������iue> ttppmucd at tlm  iiox oftiee every uiglit, Owing  to the imiuounu expense incturi'd  111 xecuritig this gnmd attraction,  ilu* nd mission will bo Hie, and  26c,   with   a   grand   Matinee,  Tliumlny, when the ndmiusfuu  will bu 10c, and Ifjc.  ,,FOj.SALlC~-4().*������ui*e*i ol bind  on the old Hsn-igan estate, aboa'  three miles from Cumberland.  Apply, to Alex Waitte, Cumber-  lfliid,'l.. C.  U0RSALE~2o-foot Launch,  Fairbanks & Morse 5 horsepower, double-cylinder engine; floatingboathou.se, etc  A"]Jpl y;t:;is office;���������   CBALKiJ TKM.BR8 nddrw*cd  "J   in ilcinig..e 1, ni <i eii'limcd  t<> the  " 'funilm  for PoWio Buildiog, C'lulliwuuk,   J>.(3,''  will bu iccoi- od at il-i. ofllce until *i,<K) P.  M , Monday. July til. 1011, fur the on  mriK-iii-n >.( a Public JJuilrli;*^, Cliilli������'������(*l*,  U V.  l'lan������. i*|)0(ii/i(!iilioi;s ar,d f. rm <>( 011-  tnot oun bo neou anil tonn* ot t-rnlor o'.i-  tiiin.il at tho oflica of Mr Win ll������i (ler.on,  Hu������)<l.iil,Art-lii e.t, Victuria; B.C), ut.(he  Po t Ollt^, Chilliwsok,  D.C , uiu] _t Lni-  0������))iiltlllUIlt/l  PorHnnH tonile.iug are notified thnt tendon- *������ill uot he cuiiHi.lorcd uuIm* rnnde 011  tho |-riut_4 lorim hi\\>\> i.d, mid ������i������i)()d  with itiuir Jiuliml Hlijinitiir.ii .ttliug Uiuir  ll(JCUpllH()ll*l lllicl }*l(U-04 of I'OililOllCli,   In iho  (!m������ uf litiiiH, iho ac tun I higuaturo, tliu 1111  lliiu ol tnu Lt-iiU|-iil,!on, and pUcu ot ru������i  tluucu ut eauli to'-mbou of tlm lii-m iiiunt be  nlvon   '.*���������', .  Iiiioh tondor rau������t lw Hcuompunicd lty on  Meiiu.iti'd ch -jiiooii a clurtortil liank, pu>-  u\i\u to tho o-iJou of (tin llonou ul)|o thn  Mloliittir of 1'uWlp* VVrji'ii������, uijulil to tun pur  ���������������*. m.f  Mien Iicie Hair, tin- tnlenfed  artiste jitd clwer vntcr tiiivr,  will h* 1'gre In tiw t<������ /������.;e p.tr*  i<������ the mtiiMer vtuil-������ \\ ��������������� Show  at Uetmemy ne*t,WcditcMliiy,  Ottawa, July n,--Oraugcmeu  at Hull, deapitc pifdictioiih of  trouble with Roman Catholicn,  arc determined to parade on the  nth. The arrangeuieutH have  Ik'cij completed mu\ a large lore*  0 Qi-iugeuicu will par ietja'e,  brcakteflt, ,as .Mr Go������������ tried  to;C0l)t, (io%)������f ti.edmomu ������. uw tiii-i*.  misrepresent.  Mr Dalby complained that Mr.  Goss had applied a most offensive  epithet fto the Board publicly,  Thi������, Mr Goss dewed;,,but.a  gcutlcman present said it was  made to him, giving particulars,  Mr Go������R then said that if he  had used it he would certainly  withdraw and apologise.^  The secretary then read a letter from the honpital ������lafi*, certi-  lying that exactly the same food  was nerved iu every ward without  distinction or difference,  Dr Gillespie certified that he  had ordered Mr Go**-? ou i-iiik diei  for the firm two days, and on  half-diet for the next three or  fourduyfi- As he was only in  nine dny������ ,*ibogeth������������r and rlnimed  he had nix meals in town .he  could uot have had much experience of the ordinary diet,  Other evidence was given prov  ing that the meals were alike iu  every ward.  The president emphatissed the  opinion of the whole Hoard thai  the rushing into print ou the 1111-  miyportcd fttatetneuts ot one patient waff unwise and unfair to  which will i,o forloU'ul if thu porno 1 tuiiitor  Hli. (louliuu to oritur iuto a 'coutr������ut whou  udUil upon I'i dn ho, <ir full to oMiipiotu  i,fie work oiiiiu'-cled for. if tin itmliii' b������  nut uouupkd tuo <-liii(|Ui/ Will bo rttiirotd.  Tlio 0. pmiM0.1t ilo._ not linirl it������������lf to  tiiutipt tho Iowohc. or uny toudtr,  Jiv 01 dor, '  11. 0. DKHIIOOIIMRS.  Huoi'tUry,  Uopnrtment ot l'ublio Win k������,  Olli*a,JoBo.V, Mil  Nuwf-Jupiii-* wnl not hi-putd fir Ull** ad*  vor'tUniiiuiit it tbey i'ntrc it without ktntior  Ity from tli������ Di'purtitient "  *t IIMl   ���������   ���������������������������HI- Wl'l" ��������� ������ti������'WM������lM������*>l|t������M*������    II- ���������.l������n.l������������ll_lll������,^l_  IIH|l'!���������>���������.III .In   I  them, for they had never had a  dingle complaint made to them.  If they had it would at once have  been inquired inlo, aud it might  possibly injure the hospital,with  out just cause.  The secretary stated that the  Board felt that the facts a. proved  liv t!ic weschi cf evidence 1*������efon������  by -  iheni completely exonerated the  hospitul mid the charges were  not proved.  Mr Smftlie expressed dissatis*  faction with lhe whole enquiry,  suggestiug that th������ Hoard should  look up and produce Mr tit������������'  wiints.ifs, ami hold another en-  quity. This wan so unurtual that  it was declined, aud very properly no,  B.C. HARDWARE Co., Ltd,  733 Johnson St., Victoria*  Capital $6,800,000. '       Re������e/ve $7,200,000  The Royal Bank of Canada,  DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN  ANY  CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   AhlS  OYKll   TUB    WOULD.  HPICCTAL ATTENTION paid U\ .SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & i(iter������u  ut highent Current Itnie-. allowed on U'l'OHiit* of f i und upward*),  CUMBERLAND, B. C, Branch, Open Daily.  UNION WHARF, B. 0.,  Sub-Brach, Open Thur������day������  H. F> MONTOOMIBRV, Manager.  COTTBTENAY,   B.C.   Branch,   Open Daily.  6.R. CULBERT, Manager.  r,%wiinuBim  %  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  U NSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  1 _WMJ������������W  iai_anwwTiii.ni  V. BOftOSR:  mholesale Dealer in WIN^S, U1QV0H St BBE^  P, 0. BOX 482  PHONE 20,,..  CUMBERLAND  .  This is the first spring in the liwtory of Comox  District that the local demand for eggs has been  equal to the supply. -'Nothing pays better, than  poultrv, if they are rightly .iifuutgcd, Begin  wi'h the little'fellows aud feed them .CHICK  IfOOD, which is a mixture of bone meal, wheat,  oats, com and othnr grain, cut and blended iu  the right proportion to make them thrive and  grow,   For sale by  A. B. CRAWFORD,   -   - Courtenay, B.C  DKAUEU IN '''UK-It AND I'EKU,  I  wi  BB ���������)  Iw V ClvS  -AND  AutomoMles  A nice advertising Souvenir  will be scut free to every pros.  pcUiv'C \i\tymi   V������lj,U  ftCllua   fvii'*OUl  Catalogue aud mentions this ad  vertjseuicnt.  THOS. PLIMLEY,  \,  OfFICK ANO STOUK 730 YATES ST.,  OARAOe. 727 JOHNSON ST..  ^w-J__  Victoria, b.c  If you get i������ at Plimley's it's au. IttoitT."  ���������We-Do ItwpuJrlng.  QTS3X  iH


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