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 /"   - *   A'- -���������   ���������  /_**���������  . -* v_, - i. I  ���������i'f;'  ^_  ���������_**.-���������;:  ',0  /**  ," ft  ��������� X '  ������������������'���������*V'i   ^<?t_ ^ ^ ,,  r ^i^  v -       ������'**  -'<5*.s* '\  ���������> r  mP"  /���������"*>-  .//  fr<5  /:  ������������������"^.c^ir���������-^=^'*5S-::;*^  A. Journal Devoted Especially, t<6 th������ Interests of Comox District;  , The jBLaws,-Nineteenth Year;--;, *������������������'  r&  CUMBERLAND   B. ;C,   TUESDAY, APRIL 18, rgn  'Subscription ������'_.d<��������� a Yea:-*  NT  ���������ft*  ��������� Ml?**-  rr  The Store,,  y of Quality  The Stpre  Of Quality  THE BIO STORE  SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS   in  the newest of Spring yGdods  throughout bur. Store.  Ladies' Silk Waists; ;A large assortment, inst'  ^M-_r__j_______________kjF^arM>1'������w^*������*aHHineHn______K*^^  in stock, in newest materials and latest stvles;   '  Neckwear and Notioais IDep't. is stocked ���������  with all the latest'for Ladies, young and old,  and at  .even price.    *. ��������� '  '"   ",   -.-   \    ,-.,���������'  r! ICvery day we. are adding to  *.-_r������cikV'a*t������^r/c:M(_������'r ���������  FOR  I'  the large range of dainty millinery at the most reasonable prices.   '  Hoots   and SllOeS; The':mbst complete range iii.  ...  - this -vicinity, ttdm, the best .makers >iu��������� Canada. _  Wluteweu. for . Ladies and Children-  aaammaalmtat*tm-alnax.*m-**nat*mrar*tmam^  \   All we can say isy that   our   line ;is complete and at  every price. ' <  AH wrasltfs for you to compare our values���������  ���������._._,_.___���������,.  i ��������� iw  WE  LIKE TO SHOW OUR GOODS  ������������������-'������������������'" .-'   k"w;V*J"'"*"-    '  * L~''~-' -   ���������'���������  <*i*-X***0a\t-*f*i*+*amJ-i\a^ I  Simon Leisef ~M'-(to;, l*td;  Durismuir Ave.,. . iGumberland.  f7'-'-H_'  MAROCCHI BROS  T  GROCERS,&   BAKERS  :   AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND- BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing. Company's BEER   .  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  Placi your Xmas orders for Shortbread, Fruit Cake   and  '  Fruit Loaf NOW.  SECOND    STREET  \2yTfah4**i*****tiM^  It ie now in order   to   have   a ggjjy   SSlOW 111  most popnluryonng lady, contest. , r.^LpJ^J W.ll  Will Momi's Fordo & JI ill or Mr. VUinDCI IdlW 11311.  Curtis tako the hint? The u,^^;^^ conleat  c\6m\ at Oity Hall on Saturday  availing, "voKiiltiug in a victory; for  No. 2, (MfH. Willia.n Thoni8on'fi  baby) hy a tuajprity of fourtoon...  Tlio vote of tlm two hmdora wiib  a, folloM'.:--  . - JNO, ���������.'...it..... ���������������������������,,, ,(Ju''     '  IN 0. m . . . i . , ...���������������������������������.. , ,0*0  Mr. Curtis prose ti tod the prize  to tho hahy viutr at  tho close of  tho ovoninga .mlurtiiintncnt,   Tho  pri/.u was a hamk*mo ptirambula  tar.  Mr, T, Pieklo arrived homo  from Vanconvor dy Saturday's  boat,  Vory much needed  repairs nro  being done on onr  in ain   streot  sidewalks,  AN D  RANGES  THE CORNER STORE  !**  , "W'.<?*������}/���������       '  Furniture Bid Household  SCXCECI  .. ���������T-r-.^,^..- m.mlmm-nm_yjj.  .imtMUt*t*tt*Zm*~itt.f.������m,  %������3'4i% is  ������ $ I  mJ V  Paints  Varnish  Oils' Etc.;  THE  The^.M^ttX.ash_Sto.re.  ���������    '      "        ,'       -\   ���������'.     " "        ���������".   ���������  , T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  Our'Summer  Suits  are.   at  hand.      Quality  and  Prices  are Right,  TS3L  0, H.   Tarrbell's   place  of  0%   a*  business has a fine appearance,  The new plate glass front adding  very much to the attractivene>i,<.  of the store, which is at all times  a modelof neatncBs.  Tho _Vlio������oB May and Vivian  Uato, daughters of Mr. T. E. Unto,  arrived hothe from Varicouvtr on  ���������Saturday night' to' spend thoir  .EiiHtcr vacation, JUisi'S Vivian  B'Uoiria iiiit'Au . at tho Gonaral  Hospltnt', and MIbh May Bato in  attending Wpnniil school.  Mr. John. Williams, of. Van-  coiivwr ib in town.  Uov. I), McWillivrny will leave  by Wednuwlay'ii boat ou.routo lor  Nova Sca-Uh,  Mra T. Bieklo  and. ]\Vm  II.  Uii'Ui*, nio veiling Yancowver.  iMr. Bnluier onr hi^i bcIioII  principal arid .M.i������H. Winifred-(1.  J^iuvson, were iiiiitod iu'niarrlagu  hist \reuk ut Vaiicouver,"  Mtn. D, Atnlioiiy, u( V'umiuu-  yer in in town roiiwwin'g olil ac-  quuljitaaeoB, '  We i������gi<Ht to"hawto���������������������������'annoimce'  thedeoth of.Mrs.Keonah, wife of  Mi:. W. J.-;Keeiian'of Unioii, B C,  which*sad event took place, on  Sunday morning. The deceased  hud been ill for some timo. but  death, us it* alwayu dues came suddenly at lust, and took .,ioui the'  midbt of her family, a loving and  faithful motlior and wife, on tin*  bright Eafitor morning, Tlio t'n-  ner.il took place ou Tuesday after  noon from the family residence,  Rev. D.   McUillivray oIHeinting.  The Pythian Sisters, Kftglos  and Knights of Pythias attended  tho funeral in a  body.  Johd tLirdiue, M. P. P., ex-  Liberal member for lSsquimalt,  who flopped to the Tories, is  now a full-fledged member ol  the Esquimalt Conservative Association.  The   following   goods    have   ,  ' arrived  and are in , the best  of condition:  Laces and Embroideries,  Ginghams, Prints, Vesting*.  Summer Dress Goods, Etc.  CL  J. N. McLEOD,  Tho Ladies Hospital, Auxiliary  cleared over ono hundred dollar,  at tholr tea on ..Saturday ovuning.  . .   i ��������� ii Vi i|/i������.ii.i_i.i-_������i.,iw,.>  Mr, A. MeKinnon huh purchnf*  ed Mr, Thoolwlil'f. re-jjiltnicu. It  lookii iu if "Siimly" ha. uot lout  fnitii in tho town.  Rev. W, E, Morgan, Superiu-  teudent of %thodist Oriental  Missions in B. C, arrived iu  town today. He will deliver an  address in the Methodist church  tomorrow (Wednesday) evening  on >'Our Oriental Work". Mr.  Morgan has been iu mission  work in China, aud can tell us  some interesting things.  A joint debate by the members  of the young men's clubs of the  Methodist and Pie.sbyU'iiau  churches is to be held in the  vestry of Grace MethodistChurch  on Friday eveuiug next. The  (pi'pstinn of'leeiprocity, which is  again, to be the subject for discussion, ought to be getting  clearer in some of our minds soon  ELL������  PRESENTATION  To Rev. d. McGillivray  The members and adherents of  St. George Presbyter inn church,  gathered In'tlm church on Mon-'  day evening to bid farewell to  their pastor, Iiev. D. McGillivruy.  The reveiund gcntlomiin was jire-  seuted with nn address and purse  during tlio ovuuiug. The luhlrosf*  was as follows:���������  ' To liov. L). McGilHvi-ny:  "Wo the members and adherents of vSt. George's Presbyterian Church. Cumberland, I..C  on the eve of your departure, de-  sire to shuw our appreciation of  the services which you have rendered this congregation.*  By yoiu* untiring *.eal and energy Iind yonr constant devotion  to the work of thu chinch, both  in the pulpit and in administering,to the spiritual necessities of  those iu .sickness and distress, as  well us by your kindly tactful-  uess, you have gained the respect  and esteem of your congregation,  And also of the commuhity,  when you  en me  to  us ns ..  Duns-nutr Avit. ������������������ <*,  Cumberland -���������    ^  Ht-CA^NADIAN"BAN K"  OP COMMERCE  Str? tDMUND, WAVKiE������, C.V.O., U.O., D.C.L, President  AL1XAN0EJ. LAIRD, Qcnciiai. Manager  'i . fi.-r. w>-[,  TT  CAPITA^ ^l^QOQWM!!  [t-r.  -mmmm.  REST, *-$7,0GQ,C00'  ���������THE  N<SS BASK DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $i and  upwards, on -which interest is allowed at current ratus. Thijic is no  delay in withdrawing- the whole or any portion of '.lie deposit! .-imall  deposits are welcomed. -   2s<  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons, to y *  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor.   A joint at count  of this kind'saves expense in establishing the owner! hip of i". >. u.ci-  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide i ���������-  his wife, or for others depending- upon him, ia the event of bi>: tli??*.!)  CUMBERLAND BRANCH.  V.  li.'.'f    lVn-.  missionary, about five and a half  years ago, we could scarcely be  called a congregation; but since  then under your kind but firm  guidance we have steadily grown  and today we are developed into  a strong* and united congregation  almost ready to become & self;  sustaining body,  During your ministration the  missionary spirit, of the people  ha.-* been ���������awakened', and now we  are regular contributors hi fulfilling the,command, ,(Go yo iijjv  to all the world and preach the  Gospnl to,every creature,'' When  you came to us wu were unable  io provide you any nccommodau  ion; Imt now,  through your in*  domitable courage aub never  failing resourcefulness, wc have  added to the church property a  manse which is a credit to Pres-  bylerianism, not otiN* ir. \>v.  city, but aiso in thi.:, our i'iir  prouinct..  In taking leuvc oi you  we n-ri.  you to accept,  tiiis   pur.-c,   and  '  trust that jou will have ;i. pkun- *  ant. journey to *.our native province, and that you may speed  ily regain your usual bodily vigor  Signed on'behalf of St. George's  congregation, ",,.���������'     ,  R. Halcrow  D. Hunden   ,  .".' T.' Bauhormau  ,   Elders.  The young men of St.Geoig *������  Uible Class also presented  Mr.  McGillivray  with a handsome  suitcase iu sccoguition   of his  services among them.  in  "V  Mr. and Mr*. II. J.  Theobald  Intend halving hero in a month's  timo tor Toronto, whoro they will  n futtiro ri>nide.  MRTH���������At Cumh.irhmd ou  We������lnet-*rl������j', April 15th, to Mr.  iind Mm. T, Oninb a non,  Captain Sours of the IroquoU is  "Iwrgod with ninnslaiighfer,  OUR SPRING FURNISHINGS  fo*. nm. i  IvT  ���������Emhi'-uw*all that ie nonwl,  bent and mrvvH.    We  wiintynii to call nnd in. p������������������i ilicjli-��������� tint very l*.tt������������t in  vSprlng and Kiwttir iippnrr-l 'or careful drwnei-i.'  SPRING SUITS  Wo hnvo Ilia liaiidiwDik of Cuindii'8 foivmnst ck-thc.,  nmkw'M, tailoruil from selei'ii-d Kugli**h and Sec-tHi  fabrli!*!.' Kuirs tluif. v,jl| hh-ihih,. Xiu to cvu;',* man's  ,    (      t particular ii(|tiiiviumit,  \V6 Invito ytm U������ look iiom wlieiiu-r y������ii buy or not,  ) THE FIT-RITE STORE |  Gapipbe!! Bros.  aaaaaw^ssirosBCT  _____��������� S-cf������i S'*������������������^-77���������-'"'-*'  *pMv>mil^������^H  H^-j^'iS^VyS?  111!  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Riverman  By STEWART  EDWARD  WHITE  Copyright, 1908. by tha NeClar* Can*  ;   oaajf.   Cop.rijht, 1907. I90A. by  Stewart Edward White'  story house situated just off Mala  street. Into this lie retired as a snail  Iuto Its shell. At flrst h* toot hla  meals at the hotel, but later he imported an impassive, secretive matt-  servant, who took charge of him com* j  hundred men for his crews, but scrape  and scratch as be would he was un-  (Continued.)  Chapter  20  Y sweetheart." said Orde.  'Toor mother!    1 wouder  bow she'll take it."  Iii   the   hallway,   of  the  Bishop house Orde kissed her.''  "Be brave, sweetheart," said he. "but  remember that now you're my wife."  ." Orde sat in the dim parlor for what  seemed to be an interminable period.  Occasionally the Bounds of distant  voices rose to his ear and died away  again. Finally he heard the rustle of  the portieres and turned to see the  dim form of the general.  "Bad business: Bad business!" mut-'  tared the old man. "It's very hard on  me. Perhaps you did the right thing.  You must be good to her, but 1 cannot  countenance this affair. It was most  high handed, sir!"  Finally, after another interval, Carroll returned. She was sobbing violently. She came to him and for the  moment hid her face against his  breast. After a little she controlled  herself.  "Jack, we must go tonight She���������she  has ordered me out of the bouse and  says she never wants to see my face1  again." She broke down for a second.  "Oh, Jack, she can't mean that! And  ahe's very bitter against Gerald. Oh, I  told herv it wasn't his fault but she  won't listen. She sent for that odious  Mr. Merritt��������� her rector, you know���������  and he supported her. I believe he's  angry because we did not go, to him."  "Can't you just pack a bag and leave  the rest until tomorrow?    It's about  hungry time."  ___^She___8ay_s__I,jtmist take every stitch  belonging to me tonight"  They packed minks until late that  night. Carroll and Orde walked together to the hotel. Next morning an  Interview with Gerald confirmed them  In their resolution of immediate departure.  "She is set in her opposition now,  and at present she believes firmly that  her influence will separate you."  Gerald smiled his Qne smile.  "Goodby." said he. "Going to a train  la useless and a bore to everybody."  Carroll threw herself on bis neck In  an excess of passionate weeping.  At the station the general appeared.  "There, there!" he fussed. "If your  mother should hoar of my being hero  it would boa very bad business. And  you, sir.'.be good lo her. Arid wrlto  your daddy, Carroll. He'll be lonesome  for you." He blew his nose vcfir loudly. "Here, my dear, open this envelope whon you are well started. It may  help cheer the Journey."  He hurried them through the gate.  Carroll opened the envelope, it contained n check for $1,000.  "Dear old daddy!" she murmured.  "Our only wedding present!"  Chapter  21  THJ. winter months were spent nt  Monrovia, whoro OrdQ and Ills  wife lived for a time at the hotel.  Carroll soon became acquainted with  <he life of the plnoo, Monrovia con-  wlHtcd of nn upper.,.strntum' of mill  ������������������wnoi'H mid lu in hor'.'b'porn tors, possessed of coisHlilornhlo wealth and somo  cultivation', n gawky middle estate of  'storekeepers* nnd the lumber mill op*  *rntlvoH. Tlio class tlrst itientlonod  comprised n smiill.' -cotodo, ninonR  *!iom Carroll noon fonnd two ortliceo  MpngcnUlB-Kdltl) Fuller, wifo of tho  bnnk cashier; Valeric Cnthca*rt,'wnoiH  litmbund had been killed In tho civil  war; Clara Taylor, wlfo of the lend*  ing lawyer of th'o village, and, strangely enough, Minn iloliummi, tho six*  toon-yi'nr-old Uuughtur ol old tioltia*  uiu.ii, tin.- iiiuiIk-iih.ui. Though laU-r  thn old German and Orde locked In  uqrinus struggle on tho rlvor, tlirfiy  continued to moot socially quite ui  uminl, nnd tlio tlnughtor of ono and  tin*. V.IJV ������jf IU' other never j-uspocted  imytliliig out of tho ordinary,  Nowiniirk received tlio news of hli  partiior's  martiugo  without HiirprlHO*  but with n sardonic glen in In tils oyo,  Iti������ cnllod promptly, con versed pollt*-  ly for a half hour and thon took hla  Ip-iivo,  "How do you llko lilm?" nuked Ord*.  "IIii'h a very hIii-owi. iiiuii."  Ordo laughed.  "I don't illsllko htm." snld Cnrroll.  "I've not ii thing ngnliiHt lilm. But  wo could never ho In tlio slightest do*  jrrw Hyiiip-itlH'tlc-. Ho nnd 1 don't���������  doti't'"-  ������������������I.oii't Jibe," Ordo nulled for hor.  "I didn't think you would, * Joo's not  much of n HoclDty bug,"  Nowmurk had routed a amall out  "Owdby* slut said. *  pletely. Neither master nor man mado  any friends.- Carroll and Orde, out for  a walk, passed- this quaint little place.  "Jack," she. begged. "I want a little  house like that for our very own."  "We can't afford it. sweetheart"  "Not to own." she explained, "just t������  rent. It will be next best to having a  home of our own."  "We'd have to have a girl, dear."  said Orde. "and we can't even, afford  tbat yet"  "A girl!" she cried indignantly.  "You couldn't do the housework and  the cooking," said Orde. "You've never done such a thing in your, life, aud  I won't have mylittie girl slaving."  "It won't be slaving; It will be fun.  just like playing housekeeping." protested Carroll. "And I've got to learn  some time. 1 was brought up most  absurdly, and I realize it now."  "We'll see," said Orde vaguely.  Later Carroll brought the subject up  again, armed with sheets' of paper  covered with figures showing how  much cheaper It would be to keep  house than to board.  "You certainly  make out-.a  strong  case���������on   paper."   langhed  Orde.    "it! |  you buy a rooster-and a hen and sho;  raises two broods, at the end of a year  you'll have twenty-six. and if they all  breed,   even   allowing   half   roosters,  you'H~have"over-300rand^,if thoyatl'  breed you'll have about 3.500, and If*���������  I'Stop. stop!" cried Carroll, covering  her ears.  "All right;" agreed' Orde equably,  "but that's the way it figures. Funny  the earth isn't overrun with .hickens,  isn't it?" |  Two days later Orde took her ona ;  block up the street to,look nt a tiny:  little house tucked on n fifty foot lot  beneath the shadow of the church.  "It's mighy little." snid he. "I'll hnvo  to go out in the ball to change my collar."  Thoy ended by renting tbe littlo  house, and Carroll took charge of If'  delightedly. What dldicultles she overcame and whnt Inughable and cry able  mistakes she made only those who  have encountered n like situation could  realize.  "Kind of fun being married, Isn't  ���������'itr said he.  "Kind of," she admitted, nodding  gravely.  The,business of the tlrm wns now Itr  shape,   Boom nrrnngements had been  made, the tugs were In the water, supplies   nnd   equipments   were   stored  away, the foremen of the crews engaged nnd the crows themselves pretty |  welt picked out   Almost before they, j  know It Jnnunry nnd February had j  flown. I  "We must pnek up, sweetheart," said  Ordo.  "It's only yesterday that we camo,'*  sho cried regretfully.  ' At, Redding thoy explored together  for three days tlu> delights of tho old  fashioned house. Thon Ordo assumed  hia woods clothes nnd marched olfc  down tho street,* currying his Dag"on'"  his bnck,  "Ho looks Uko a eonquoror of wll*'  dornoflses," cried Cnrroll, straining hor  oyou nftor his vnnlshing llgnre, Slid-1,  donly sho darted nfter htm. Sho cliiap-  od htm hy tho shook!���������������,  "Qoddby." she snld. "You'll tako'  hotter enro of my Rwoothonrt thnn you  ovor did of Jaolc Ordo, won't you,  dour?"  *7'm working lor yott, now."  able to gather over 250. However,  later, when the woods camps should  break up, he would pick up more men.  .'���������They ,'wou't be river men like my  old crew, though." said Orde regretfully to Tom North, the walking boss.  Dnti) the logs should, be well adrift  Orde" had resolved to boss the rear  crew himself.  The rear crew being farthest up  stream. Orde had taken the contract  to break the rollways belonging to  Carlln, which would be piled" on the  bank. Thus he could get to work Immediately at the breakup and with  out waiting for some one else. The  lumber in Carlin's drive would keep  the men below busy until the other  owners should also have put their  season's cut afloat  (To be continued.)  HOW ALIENS CREEP IN  THOUSANDS      OF      FOREIGNERS  EVADE  BRITAIN'S LAWS.  Robes   For  Coronation.  Few people are aware that the  guests at British coronations may not  select their own costumes. The crown  appoints a special official, whose duty ,  it is to see that the noble guests are  properly attired. It is within thi.  official's power to refuse admission,  to defaulters, no matter what their  rank; and at the coronation of King  Edward one peer was actually excluded from the ceremony because he had  endeavored to assert his independence'  in some trifling detail of .attire.  Duke, must don-robes or mantles  of crimson velvet, edged with miniver, and their capes must be furred  with miniver pure, and powdered  with four bars or rows of ermine���������i.e.  narrow pieces of black fur. Their  noble wives will only pass the crown  official in safety if, over full court  dress, their ducal capes are powdered  with four rows of ermine, with a five-  inch-broad edging, a two-yard train',  and a coronet consisting of eight  strawberry leaves, all of equal  -lengthT"abovejthe"���������rini.���������And���������so���������on-;--  from dukes and duchesses down to  b.arons and  baronesses.  . The different grades of the peer.,  may be detected by the number of  rows of ermine on their cloaks. As  has already been stated, dukes are  entitled to wear four. The other  peers wear: Marquises, three rows  and a half; earls, three rows; viscounts, two rows and a half; barons,  two rows.  The degrees of peeresses, on the  other hand, nre shown by the length  of their train, upon the ground. These  are prescribed by the Earl Marshal  as follows: Duchesses, two yards;  marchionesses, one * yard and throe-  quarters'; countesses, one yard and  a half; viscountesses, one yard and a  quarter; baron eases, one-yard.   ,'/',���������:"*'  Novels With a Purpose.  , There is no doubt that tlie best  novel of this kind; and the most effective for. ita.purposoot putting an end.  to slavery, was "Undo Tom's Cabin."  "Jion Quixote" ridiculed the follies  iin I abuses of chivalry out of existence. In "It's Never Too Lnto to  Mend" tho intolerable cruelties of our  prison ay stem wero attacked, and  ''Hard Cash" exposed the equally  flagrant wrongs practiced in lunatic  asylums. "Oliver Twist" drew attention to tho maladministration of tho  Poor Law, "Bleuk Houso" struck at  tho Chancery Courts, while' "Nicho-  Ins Nickleby" pointed out abuses in  schools of the "Dothcboys' Hall"  type. "All Sorts and Conditions uf  Men" brought about some amelioration of the conditions of life among  tho, poor in the JSuat. ISnd of London.  Quo object of Tolstoi's "Resurrection"  wna'tho reformation of tho inorodiblo  barbarities of the ItuHaiau .prison  fryHtum.��������� "Diineabury Houso" Is, perhaps, the most familiar of novels writ,  ton with the object of righting tho  ubusoa of tho liquor trnlllo.  Chapter  22  O'UiV. hart tiinili.*' Ill') uln'ptMiltJnns  ns the gononil (llnpoH������-i. of hla  imny. At thia' point Irvo'tuon,  could keep tho river clour* ut  that nipl'l It would require twenty,  nud'-j't-t ���������'.*) cmwxMtry ml-jIn c!i!t'fi������V  thirty. ,X,>0H0 thirty mum not ho bo*  yoi������il,(/*wi<J'l). Among the reinoiiir wll*  lioflioHHok every Section must liiii'o Its  driving cil'inp..,. Tho crown of oiioh  would lio oxjiiectod to keep clour npd  running their own "hciitu" on tho  river. Am fiiitf hh the r* r" crew Hlionld  overtiilci* thi'HO AIIvIhIoiih ell her It  would iibNorb tlmui or lhe iiu-inli.ru  of, ihciti would bu thrown forward bo-  joint tlio lowermoHt bout, to tnko  charge of n now division dowiiHtr-Jiim.  A walking Iiohh would trudge ihe river  trnll or rldo the logs holding tin- correlation of ilwnc mnny tmltn, Orde  lill'i'iAclf would jjrlvo up nud down tho  tlver, p-viTwelngtho'whole campaign.  Ordo found himself rnthnr short  banded. ' lio hud counted on threo  How Byron Fought Fat.  Pootry mul too pronounced plumpness do not hunnonliso well, nnd no  ono wim moro widely iiwiiku to this  fact than Lord Byron. Mnny worn  tho nii-iiim ho' adopted for ridding  himself of his unwolcomo "lulipoao'  depoHit." .,    ���������  In a letter to his solicitor lie says1.;  "I wear sovun wnlutooutB and a  .-"rent coat, nm and play cricket in  this dresH till quito oxhiiuHtnd by  oxceri.lvo perspiration, uso the .bath  daily, eat only ii quarlor of n. pound*  of butohor.'B niout in twenty-fotir''  hours. By thoso ineiiiiH my ribs display skin-ot no grout tliicknosH Unci  my clothoB hnvo boon taken in "nearly'  half u yard."  Hadn't Alwnyi   ho Price.  ��������� Lord TallKjt DoMiilnhido, in a witty  after dWli'lor'npoofil). .it Jtyn, ciuuu out  strongly for wonuiii miifrngti."r.-y.,-,.).;  :.(, '"Whenever I hciir tlio miffrngo'  ooijibiitted," Kitli-l Lr*i;|l ,!i'iiliiot, "on  ihtiiBcoro of woinun's pnltucti.'d, hIioI-  torJd, petted life, 1'think of u poor  woman I once iinostioniid in Knglniul.  "This poor'.ci'iiiiti'iro 'had beon .bunt-  on by hoi* hm-l-nuil in * a drunken  fury. Tho mini hud boon drunk, it  appears, for 10 duy. running.  :*'My good friend,' 1 snid to.hor,.  'doe,-" your husband iilwnyn drink  liko' thnt?'  "' 'No,   my   lord,"   .ho   answered.  Return Excursion Tickets Are One of  the Popular Methods of Getting  Past the Officials������������������ Second-Class  Passengers Are Exumpt From Inspection and Many Cross Channel  In That Way.  "Whatever may be the legislative  outcome of the amazing siego at Stepney, there is no gainsaying that at  present our immigration laws are  more ineffective than those of any  other country in the world, says a  London paper. Any alien with the  brains of a rabbit, however black his  history or blighted his hea.th, can  easily enter England against the will  of the authorities, and can, in fact,  snap his fingers at them.  The latest method of evading the  Aliens Act- is to come to this country  with tbe return half of an excursion  ticket, which can always be purchased on the continent or obtained by  post from London or from a confeder-  ate who has used the other half. Not  long ago a Frenchman well-known  ih Leicester Square, thinking it politic to,leave his usual haunts for a  short time, went to Paris by a day  excursion. While there he gave the  return half of his ticket, to an old  comrade in crime, who with it came j  to London, giving a false name and  address to tne purser a: he crossed  the channel. *  But there are many other dodges  lor evading th? Aliens Act. One  which results in hundreds of "undesirables" entering this country is  systematically practised on some  6teamers. It is keeping the number  on a ship just below the limit allowed for exemption from ��������� inspection.  Originally a steamer which carried  ifewer than twenty steerage passengers was not, for the purposes of the  act an immigrant ship, and was not,  therefore, liable to inspection. Then  the number of third-class passengsrs  allowed for exemption was reduced  to twelve, and now it is again twenty'.  Mark how matters have been adjusted accordingly. Some captains used  regularly to. bring over seventeen or  eighteen third-class passengers, then i  nine or ten, and at present they are  back again to the old number, except when they cut- things very fine  and arrive in the Thames with nineteen.  It is not uncommon for the aliens  thu_s_^'scrapedtthrough" to in_clude_ at_  least one who has"been "refusedTea"Vfr  to land. He or she previously came  to England in an immigrant" ship,  and was turned back owing to lack  of means or for some other reason.  No fewer than four rejected, aliens  were about a year ago dumped in a  batch at Hull irom a .(technically)  non-immigrant  steamer.  "the .flme steamers bring over many  "undesirables' as second-class passengers, and thus defeat the object of  the Aliens Act in another way. No  sooner were second-class passengers  exempted from inspection than such  companies lowered their second-class  fares till they were on'y a little higher  thon the steerage fares, and ever since  many immigrants unable to pa-ss in-  ���������pection, as well as not _: few of those  tefused''-permission to land, have triumphed over the authorities by coming to England in tho intermediate  class.     .  Shipping agents in continental ports  also have many tricks whereby they  dump "undesirables" on us, ' '.About;  eighteen months since, lo,** instance,']  somo of those nt Bremen kept in  stock letters of invitation written by  people in this country, These they  supplied ��������� for a consideration ��������� to  .aliens Ior showing to tbe inspectors  'when they reached England as eon������  'elusive proofs thnt there was not the  iromotest chance of their becoming  burdens on John, Bull.  A moderately widenwnko immigrnnt,  "however, requires no assistance to enable him to enter, England without  even a "By your leave," Whnt is to  prevent him from shipping ns a cattleman or snilor and landing at one of  our ports ns suchP Nothing, As a  'fact, this game is plnyed on ua thou-  'sands of times evory year. Out of tho  total number of cattlemen who arrived in this country in 1000 no lower  than 12,209 did not return on the crit-  ilo, ships, Somo may have left an or-  dinivry passengers, but tho majority  doubtless remained in England. Whe-  thor they arc likely to become good  citi7.ons mny. bo gauged from tho focv  that thousnnds of cattlemen who have  landed in this country hnvo straightway sought tho hospitality of the cna-  uni   ward.       ' ���������   *  Tho ranks of Ohincno residents, lit.  'this country uro Btondlly recruited in  tho snmo ,wn'y. Of Into,-years many  "sailors'' from1 tbo * Celestial empire  lliavft lhfinicd English' girls and not-  tied' inyour Inrgo ports,. particularly  Shipping Fever  Influenza, pink eye, epizootic, dl.temper and all nose and throat diseases cured, and all others, no matter how "exposed," kept from having  any of these diseases with SPOHN'S LIQUID DISTEMPER CURE.  Three to six doses often cure a case. One 50-cent bottle guaranteed to  do so. Best thine for brood mares. Acts on the blood. 60c and $1 a  bottle. M and 911 a dozen bottles. Druggists aud harness .hops.  Dl_trlbutor_-ALL WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.  . SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. Chemist.. Goshen, Indiana. U. S. A.  WHEN IT GOMES TO  PAPER BAGS and  MATCHES  We are   everywhere with the   standard goods.  Paper and Matches are our specialties.    Let us  know your wants���������we'll do the rest.  TheE.B.EddyCo.Ltd  HULL, CANADA  TEES 8t PERSSE, LIMITED, Acrnts, Wlni-*!*-"**-   ^-.tgary, Edmonton,  Regina, Fort William and Port Ar bur.  s  Appleford  Counter  The best equipped factory for producing Counter Check Books  in Canada.  Factory  and Offices:  Check  Book  Company,  Limited.  Capacity  50, 000 Checkbooks  =  per Day.  We are supplying the Largest users of Counter Check  Books in Canada with our  'IMPERIAL BOOKS."  HAMILTON,  ,    ONT.  (Not in the Trust.)  APPLEFORD COUNTER  CHECK BOOK  COMPANY, LIMITED.  Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd.  CALGARY  WINNIPEG  REGINA  The Largest Printers' Supply House in Canada.  We Carry in Stock Cylinder Presses, Job Presses,  Paper Cutters, Type and Material. Can Fill  Orders for Complete Equipment from our StocK.  We are the Largest Ready Print Publishers in  the West. We Publish Ready Prints from our  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses.     :     :  Order From  Nearest Branch  Liivorpjjol, w,hcro laundries '"run" bv  Sometimes  iv   lord,"  I L'<-'t*i Ikj  ut ���������' work,' "  ' An  Aged   Fnmlly.  Five mcmlJorH ol a (iimiiy of _ix in  I tlio iriluml o������ Uli-y urn i<H-uiviii(* O.tl  / v\������o Punuions,   Tlit-ir comhinud nuo.  I ���������.mount U> ,'l-M yiira-   Th.* sixth  bu-  come, olltfiblo lor u������ Old Age remioo  thU year.  thoir y^bir-tpntriotB' 'iibaprb   sw,mo   Df  Hl}om.,,<8ty;o'r poyenv'ywirs' ago  an  ,attempt) i*m8.,miuty to CB-Utbli.h'.,0hi-  ���������.'timm'o In'utiiiridfl* In'Iybn^on,: .yit)i tho  .result that tho.prornotorB sfov'such ft  l.ljjht' from ,hftritiJc''������rM**"U."thHl.*������'hr*  VKVrpriR. .f Ml oil inviiir.   But invtiyor*  ���������popl, llirkcnhoiul'i (ami, the ;Waliast7  dintdct thoro nro many rni'.h toun*  dries, nnd it few havr* recently booh  .opened  in  townu  no fnr'HAlJr'nd' iv.-  ;'Stockport, . r ,-, '     .' '���������   '  The}' comjvtr* "-tron-tionf-ly, not only'  apninBt, our nutlvo l*nuridrics( but  fiflfiinBt 'ono1: Mother, ��������� Ono d.������_rlbe<l.  iilmsolj iib a "ChriBtinn Chiniunrm,".  and hid rival In thtfiw'mo-Btrpot, Ui'.d.  ly nnnouncod, "Mti no 'r<JHg'.oij;,-;mo;  wnsh !clotho������l" " ,- ���������  Ptill moro umlfiftinible IminiRrnnts'  work ii pas-Bitgc to thi������ couniry. Out*  of tlio men ro8poiiHiblo for tho twon-  ly-fivi- or twi'nty.tiix cuKUultii..; 'ii"t Tot-  ionhnm uiuloubtodly camo to England  ns ft llrcinan on u nkdvmor, and proli-  nbly tho other desperado ov/ideil tho  Alien* Act in a prccJm'ly niinilnc manlier. Both, nt all events, woro nominally Bailor*- when they landed,  1 Health Ih thn soeontl hleusina thnf  wc mortnlfl nre onpoblo of. a b]oN.inn  that monoy cannot buy.���������Wnlton.  Gormnny'o Poor Nobility  Professor* Kekulo von Strudnoltz  has just made nn interesting study  of tho condition of mnny of tlm nn-  bloiit ennobled families of Qormnny.  Tli'0'profoHsor.tnkoH bin fnotH from tho  r.ecordH of the Ooutrnl Socioty for the  Aflsistunco ,of Germun NobleB, Here  )m (lrulH .that, the descendant of  fnmilioK wlioso nobility iH beyond  quoHtloni nro.in houio instniioort gain-  ing ��������� ii 'livelihood, mieb as it Ih, nR  clerkfi, Hliopmon nnd minor bdlcinln.  iMnny hiivo eniinrated to Ainoricn.  A'mong thoHi* nro Bcions of Iiouhob  .inktly diHthiguislied ������in tho slxtoonth  nnd H<"V(*Hloi*nth eenturioB,, Not n  'fow.1 .having put in thoir term of mill-  tnry, aorvico,, nre now pnBBlng their  days in tbo runlet*. London Globe,  ���������"Why are-you sobbing,   my   little  mtiiif" ���������������������������*    . .; il ��������� ���������,.',..  .''My pa'H a millionaire piiiluntino-  pi.stj"        ' ,.     '  :"\Ve,ll, well I-'iYVliift 'h.nothing to cry  nbnut:, Ih' ltP������!/V.',v;,*r!'  ��������� :"tt nin't^.-ain't tit? Ho'h ��������� junt jrtrom-  ifl'ofl 'to'give mo $5 to ,ij������nid' for GliriBt-  muH provi<U*d - I tttiUtt ;'M (*}mllar  amouui'. ��������� Ciuengo  Ki:n������nl-Iii-ra������d.  Answered  "Fador," Bald young Isnacstoin to-  Iub parent,' "is it viclcod to vovk on.  do SnbbatUP"  "Of coui-ho it iB, mine poy," rgplied  Mr, iBnaoBtein.  "Don vy do you open do shop on  Saturday, vich is our Sabbath,  fader?"  "Mine tenr boy, vo do not vork  den; vo taken monif.l.-~lot������ of mon-  iisli IV* ndded Mr, Iwincatpin choer-  fully, rubbing hiw iiands,  "Den vot is vork, fudorf" coritin-  uod hiH son, poBiHtontly,  "Vork, minepoy," "snld Mr. Isano-  Htoin, iihprcHHively., "ifl von you ti>>  Homot'ing und geta nodings for iti"  Toucher���������"I hnvo boon trying for  Bomo tlmo to gut tho room ho milefe.  that ,wo could hoar a pin drop, I  hnvo (iroiipi.-d iim pin huyi.uI Uiiu:.  but you hnvo boon mnldnp so mueb  noltio thnt it hiiB been impossible to  henr It. Whnt do you think wo had  bettor do, children?"  Ueddy Bnekro\v-~"Tlo u ilumboll to  It next timo, teacher,"���������Brooklyn  Life.  WMITi,  uim1  Hi* Rayo Ump It ��������� Mu\i trade limp, told it ��������� low price.  Thin ������rt l_mp������ thnt ������nit mo������������, b������t tbtr* Il jn* botttr Ump taaAa it nny  firtna. flm������tr.*>t������(f nt ami hr������i������t nlctril dtilnl-iMll*/ kipl clian* a*  ttrnimmt tn Any ronm In any hnmi, 1h������r������ li nothlnt tiiiowi* to \h* art  ,tf limp-miklii that mi- add tn thi ������i,\ii of thi HAVO Um*tu%l'|hW  ���������jnaint i1������������te������. Hfirr itntir ifirrwhiri, ���������-���������--���������������������������������  iirlpllv* itren'tr tn tn* n������*r������������t ai'trtfr nt  Tbt Imperial Oil Company, Limited,  jftyB^^^^^^^^ -i^-*������*f ^-ft"*** :;;"if i^!*,*!1* y?:^ 'I' ^m^^^^^^.H!^f|^������^t'^''^Bi *! t i- -: a  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  1 :N>*^H  ���������**���������-.���������  Another Modern Miracle  Locomotor Ataxia Cured  The Merer Had Been Given Up as Incurable by Several  Doctors-Hospital Treatment Also Failed���������Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills Worked the Miracle.  Before the discovery, of Dr. Williams' |Pink Pills, locomotor ataxia  was considered an incurable disease. It has been fully demonstrated,  -however, that this disease can be cured through the use of these pills,  where the treatment is persisted in, and the directions carefully followed.  Locomotor ataxia is a disease of the spinal cord, ond first shows itself  in an inability to stand erect when the eyes are closed, or in the dark. It  is characterized by peculiar disturbances of the gait, and difficulty in governing the motions of the legs. One of the commonest and earliest signs is  . a tired feeling, particularly noted in the knees and ankles. This sensation  is provoked by slight exertion, and is not relieved by rest. Often a numb  feeling is associated with it, and these two symptoms are always present  in the early stages. As the disease progresses, there is an increase in the  duration and extent of the numb feelings, covering at times the foot alone,  then extending to the leg. The disease is usually of slow growth, and the  increase and intensity of the symptoms is not noticed, but its progress is  constant, and generally approaches a total lack of feeling in the legs, causing a wobbling gait and an entire inability to govern the steps. As the  disease progresses the patient loses all control over bowelB and water, and  becomes utterly helpless, and has to be cared for like a child.  In proof of"the power of Dr. Williams',Pink Pills to cure this terrible  malady, Mrs. Sarah Jane Ruller, of Antler, Bask., says': "For seven years  irom 1900 to 1907, my son James was afflicted with locomotor ataxia. During that time he was treated by several of the best doctors in the West, but  their treatment failed' to be of any benefit, and he kept growing worse and  worse, till finally he lost all control of his limbs, and could not move at all,  I had to carry him from his bed to a chair, where I would have to tie him,  to enable him'to sit up. He was as helpless as an infant; he lost all control of his kidneys and bowels, and we daily looked for death tb relieve him  of his suffering. In 190*5. we sent him to Brandon Hospital, hoping that  the treatment there would benefit him. In this, though, we were disappointed, and the hospital doctor advised me to take him home, as'they said  they could do nothing for him. At this time a friend advised the use of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills. Being willing to try anything in the hope of finding  relief for my boy, I bought a supply. In. less than three months I noted .a  slight improvement in his condition. In six months he could walk once more  and from that on the improvement continued, till now he is fully cured and  once more able to attend school and do tho chores about the house. What  Dr. Williams',Pink PDls have done for him is truly wonderful, and I would  strongly recommend them to all sufferers, for1 they most certainly saved  my boy's life."  In substantiation of what Mrs. Ruller'says, Mr. A. E. Steele, the well-  known lumber and coal dealer of Antler, writes: "With reference to what  Mrs. Ruller says concerning her son's cure by Pink Pills, I have no hesitation in saying that what'she says is absolutely true in every particular, as  I am personally acquainted with the case."  This great cure is not the only one performed by Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills. They have brought thousands back to- health and' strength after  some of the best doctors in the country have been forced to give up the  case as incurable. Not only in cases of locomotor ataxia, but in cases of  partial paralysis, sciatica, acute rheumatism, and many other severe ailments have tbey' been successful. The whole secret of their wonderful  success is in their power to make rich, red. health-giving blood���������the one essential for good health. The pills are sold by all medicine dealers, or direct  by mail at 50 cents a box, or six boxes for $2.50, from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont. - . .       ._      -  His  Position  "You have been with your firm a  long time?" said a man to his old  schoolfellow.       *'���������-.'��������� -    *  "Yes," answered'his-friend;.with a  patient expression of countenance.    .  "What's your position?'.' ,   '  "I am an employee.''  "Yes, but what do you do?"  "Well, I am a doer and the others  are tellers. It's like this. /When the.  guv'nor wants something done he  tells, the cashier, and the cashier tells  the bookkeeper, and the bookkeeper  tells the assistant bookkeeper, . and  the assistant bookkeeper tells ,the  chief clerk, and the chief clerk tells  me."  "And what then?"  '  "Well, I haven't anybody to tell, so  I have to do it."  She Wanted His Size Slipper  The curate bad just arrived. He  was young, handsome and single, and  consequently very popular with the  ladies of tbe parish, whose appreciation took tho usual form of worked  slippers.  A fair caller at his boarding-house  thus interviewed the housekeeper:  "You sec, I wanted to make our dear  curate a pair. 6i slippers, and I  thought you might lend me one of his  old shoes to get the size."  "Law, miss," was the reply, "the  shoes is all a-given out four ��������� days  ngo! And it was only yesterday morning a lady caine here a-imploring of  me to let her measure ,the wet foot-  mai-ks in the reverend gentleman's  bathroom immediately he had gone  out." .  Scott's Emulsion  is the original���������has. been,  the standard for thirty-five  years.  There are thousands of  so-called "just as good"  Emulsions, but they are  not���������they are simply imitations which are never  as good as the original.  They are like thin milk���������  SCOTT'S is thick like a  heavy cream.  ��������� If you want it thin, do  it yourself���������with water-  but dont buy it thin.  FOR OIXI HY ULL itBDoonmi  Sen4 Mo., a*a_e at paper and this ad. for  beautiful Swings Bank and Child's Sketch-.  Kaok baa_c nonUlnt a Good Luck Faon#,   .  SCOTT * BOWNE  116 W.W_*ton Sti-Mt. Waat      Twmto, &M.  (  Regular  The Preacher���������And does your husband vote as he prays?  -���������The-Wife���������Oh,__yes; _ _about__once__a.  year!���������Yonkers Statesman.  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"Well, how is marriage?", said ! a  friend to the newly-married man.   *  "Oh, marriage is all right," replied  the husband, "but woman is so curious."   - '  "How is that?"  i' "Well, the morning after our wedding day my wife asked me for a hundred dollars. The day after she asked for a hundred more, and the third  day for another hundred."  "What, three - hundred dollars in  three davs?' Why, man, what did she  do with 'it all?". .  "Oh," replied the- young husband,  "she didn't get-it!"    ��������� ., ��������� ,  ��������� i.  On Sale Everywhere.���������There may be  country merchants who do not keep Dr.  Thomas' Eclectrio Oil, though they are  few and far between arid these may suit-  Rest .that some other, oil is just as good.  There is nothing so good as a liniment  or as an -internal medicine in .certain  cases. Take no other. The demand for  it shows that it is the only popular oil.  j. -_ .   Getting Ready for  Him  The little girl entered the shop with  the air of a real grown-up lady and  stood by the counter -with her wide  blue eyes on a level with it.  "Well,, Sadie!" said the shopkeeper.  ���������-'Sarali-,-if-you - pleas'e,4i-she-correct-  ed.  "Well, Miss Sarah','.' he said; "what  can I do" for you?"  "I- want to get ' a mitten, if you  please, an' charge it to Mother."   -.  "You mean a pair of mittens,- don't  you?"  "No,"> she said, 1v/ith'an impatient  toss of her, head; "I mean jus'-On'y  one;. one that's suitable to give to a  young man that's going to propose  an' be rejected."  What We Want1  .The body wants-health; the imagination cries out for beauty; and the  heart for love. Pride asks for consideration; the soul yearns for peace;  the conscience for holiness; our whole  being is athirst for happiness and for  perfection.���������Amiel..  ShilohsGure  quickly stops coughs, cures colds, heals  th*  throat and  lungs. -   -   ���������  26 c������nts.  Fair exchange is no robbery, but  usually one of the parties gets stuck.  "What do you think of antitoxin?"  "I don't-know much about the crusade but I'll join."���������Louisville Courier-Journal.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  Pumice soap and' ammonia will  curo the worst case of tarnished  brass.. Just moisten the cloth with  ammonia and rub it briskly over' the  soap and apply to the article to be  cleaned.  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUIN^  INE.   Look for the signature of E. W.  GROVE.    "Used  the   World   over  to  Cure a Cold in One Day.   25c.  "Do you suppose Moses suffered as  much as Pharaoh in the plague of  darkness, Johnny?" '  "No'm, he had lights."  "Did he?   What kind of lights?"  "Israelites."  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  Gentlemen,���������My daughter, 13 years  old, was thrown from a sleigh and  injured hor elbow* so badly it remained stiff and very painful for  threo years. Four bottles of MINARD'S LINIMENT completely cured  hor and she has not been troubled  for two years,  Yours truly, '  J. B. LIVESQUE.  St. Josoph, P. 0., 18th Aug., 1900.  Moro pooplo havo the gift of gab  than tho gift of silence,  You couldn't get the truth out of  some mon with a stomach pump.  After finishing somo things it keeps  us busy keeping them finished.  H KSTORY~REPEATS" IT8ELF  It makes no difference whether it is  millinory, skirti. or gorms���������tlio pros  ont Honson cannot clnim anything  now under tho .nn, Tlio deeper we  dig into tho historical and trnditionnl  past, thp moro wo realize wn nro  locators of tho old day. and races,  Thero was Mercury, thn winged  moB.onpror of tlm Gods���������bnhold the  littlo oap-liko bit of millinory and  tlm wing trimming tbat is minted  afior thn fleet-footed ono, which  adorns thn puffs and curl, of tho  Bwift-flngnrod   stenographer,  Tho ridiculous "hnhble.Hklrt" would  for "dynastioit of tinitt hnvo hampered  tlio Chine.o women')* walking oven i(  ���������heir foot wero not crippled. The  "hobblo" is not only tlio nativo  Chlnoso woman's Ktnilglit, narrow  Htylo.of skirt, hut tho queer Egyptian  nnd Assyrian figured on atone, unearthed by Archaeologists nro extremely hobbled,  Centuries ago Rusitin nnd tho Euro-  poan continent woro swept liy an epidemic of an influenza typo that  pnusod into history. Now and thon  it crtippcu out nguin in limited urea**,  Ova .wi-nfy ycum uuo lb. u-J.olo  world wiib owept by this samo dis-  on������o in nn nggrnvntod form and gen-  orally nnined "La Grippu," Sincis  thon yonr by year we hnvo known  nnd experimented with the Grippe  Kv.nn in uii iu mrui*-, unit inti-**, Mm-.h  hns been learned nbout tho proper  treatment of those crises, but the best  spoolnlifltn and doctors hnvo agreed  thivt tho Btandnrd food-nieifleino  which has dono duty for nenrly forty  years io still tlio sheet-anchor for nil  Grippe vietlm*. RooH'h Enml.iion re.  li-n-es tho cough, lefl.ena tlio aches  nnd relieves the pro.trntirii*. weakness  of thin disease by thoroughly nourishing every part of the body with tlie  oil food which tho health of ihe body  required when Orippo gerrim nro no-  tlvo. The Emulsion to especially use.  ful in tho lung form of Uie present  epidemic which is the moat novero  and widenprend we have \w\ ior more  than twenty yeara, ���������  ThlS VILLAGE WOT DULL.  Remarkable'    Organization     Brought  ' Joy to Kentish Hamlet.      %  Hildenborough, in Kent, is Upmost  remarkable .hamlet in all King j  Georae's dominions. It is there that j  all" the -best balls are made for tlie j  British national game of cricket. Ex- 1  cept for a few London commuters who !  live there, fthe entire population de-i  pends for .livelihood en the manufacture of cricket balls. What distinguishes Hildenborough from every  other village in England is the "Hildenborough Club" and the "Village  Players," which have freed the village from that deadly dullness that is  characteristic of a majority of small  settlements.  Th������ "Village Players of Hildenborough" are famous . throughout  England. Many noted actors, have  witnessed 'their acting. Among them  have been Sir Henry Irving, Sir  Squire and Lady, .Bancroft, Lady  Beerbohm Tree and1 Mr. and Mr..  Kendal and others, all of' whom have  declared themselves amazed at the  histrionic t talent displayed. There  were no women in the company at  first. Later on they participated as  the comptfhy grew capable,of greater  efforts. So great now is' its skill that  the London daily newspapers of consequence always send their critics to  all first-night performances. Yet  these workingmen are their own instructors, and have never had tlie  assistance of either a professional  actor or stage manager. Some or  them were never in a theatre in  their lives. The plays, every accessory and the music have their, origin  in the village.  The "Players" always devote the  .six weeks before Christmas to rehearsals. Every evening is, used.  On Sunday evenings knotty problems  are discussed after the -church service, which is held in the club theatre. The proceeds of .the company's  public performance in the six'weeks  following Christmas go a 16n_; way  toward enabling the club to spend  large sums of money during the whole  of the year without much call upon  the scantily lined pockets of the villagers. There was a time when many  of the villagers got drunk regularly  in order to keep themselves from remembering that there was nothing  else for them to do.  Every possible need of the community is , intended to be embraced  by the Village Club. It is .a night  school, a playroom for adults, a sick  benefit and burial society, a library,  reading room, ��������� common parlor, a mishap, benevolent fund, an orchestral  society, debating society, cricket club,  football club, chess, checkers, quoits,  cycling, fishing and other clubs, a  bank, and a taxpayers' association���������  aij_ rolled into_ one.^ No 'villager has  been known"to "get" intoxicated'since'  the club got-hold of .the place. ��������� Refreshments of all kinds are sold at  the " clubhouse practically at cost  price. There are no paid servants.  Even the cleaning is done in,turn by  volunteers on the weekly, Cleanliness  Committee.  The annual dues; are 5s. ($1.20).  All the villagers belong, women as  well as men.- The institution "has  nearly a thousand members.  ��������� All the members' savings in the  bank are invested in loans to mem-  bers, and the bank conducts a building society to enable members to  own their own houses. The club is  the soul of the .village. There is no  part of the village-life in which it  does not participate, from the grow-  ing of tho biggest potatoes and cabbages, and the handsomest roses,  down to the best batting averages at  cricket, and the longest throw with n  cricket ball, from tho handsomest  baby of tho year to tho prettiest  homemade frock.  The orchestra started . with two  flddlfis. For a while afterward every  instrument was a solo instrument.  Now there nro weekly concerts by nn  excellent balanced band, led by the  organist of tho parish church,  Tho villago schoolmaster wns the  father of the club. Ho wrote the'first  piny and tho orgnnist composed tlio  music, The policeman painted tho  Rconory. For many a night the first  rohoarsnls were something awful,  Tho men thought it was noeoswry to  "act," and thoy could not. When nt  last they realized they hod only to be  natural thoy achieved tho touch ot  genius.  Whnt Hildenborough has dono can  be accomplished liy nny village thnt  will try. It is only necessary to start,  and to keep in viow tho font that  tlio main object to' bo ftttninod is  Himplf* hnppinoHi, ond thut to gain  it ench must bo holpful to ull and all  to ouch.  m-r      ���������    '*  the name  to remember  i you need a remedy  for COUCHS   and CO LPS  SITUATIONS VACANT  Men and Women Wanted to represent us locally.   Two dollars per day  salary* and  commission.    No experi-  1 ence necessary.   Write,  J.  L.  Nichols Co.,  Limited, Toronto,  REST.AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.,  Mr������.Wim8ww'b Soothing Syxqp has bees  _sed for over SIXTY YEARS by MI_._,ION_ of  MOTHERS for",their CHILDREN WHILB  TUB-THING, with PERFHCT SUCCESS... It  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOHTENS the GUMS.  ALLAYS all PAIN: qURHS WIND COLIC, ���������Bd  is the best remedy tor DIARRHCEA. It Is id-  solutely harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.  Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," and take no.othcT  kind.   Twenty-five cects a bottle  Shoe Bolls, Capped  Hock, Bursitis  *re hard to cur*. jet  /VBS0R?IN  ������ill remove' them an* leave no blom-  iih; Doeenot blister or .amove'  the hair. Carts any putt er swelllnf. Horse ������aa  b* worked, M.OO per bottla.dellvared.Book 4 D fret,,  ABSORBINE. JR., (mankind, tl.OO bottlt.)  For Boils, Bruises, Old Boras. Swellings, Qo'tie,  Varicose Veins, Varicosities. Allan Pain.  W. F. Y0UN8, P. 0. F., 137 Temple St., Springflsld, Mist,  .TsUllS. US,, Hoalrml, Cui4Im Amjrti.  Alw ItanUW *>J MAKTIK BOLE * W.flKE 00., WlaalM(  TIIE ..TlOlUt. DBVO * lilKMIC-.Ii CO., Wla.ljMf ������ Cat.  (U7- sad UUDKUSOa BKO&. W). UA, Varaeitr.  An Infallible Guide  wften purchasing silverware���������  eliminating all guesswork���������Is  f������ look tot the trade-mark  'M ROGERS BROS!'  The wonderful, durabifify of this  silverware has beenpnveddut-  ing the past shiy years. It  is Ihe heaviest plate made.  Best In salt, dishts, wallers,  - etc., are stamped  MERIDEN BRIT* CO.  SOLD BY LEAKING DEAT.KB8  "Silver Plate that Wears"  Might Have Been Worse.  On a eolobrntod occasion In Vionna,  whon there* was inueh oxcltiMnont in  nil tho Kuroppan court, ovor nffniru  ol Intomiitloriul niomont, the French  ftrnbnm-itdor wuh Biuidenly recalled by  his Government. "It is n vory ({rnvo  affair, ia it not," Princo Mettornich  wns aHUod by h lady at a oourt bit',1,  "this rocall ol tlio ambassador?"  "Not so Bravo, I asRuro ynu, ma-  damn," tho princo responded, "an It  would hnvo boon if it hnd bi>on tho  French umbiiBsador'u cook who wn*  recalled. Iho ambafiaador con easily  bo replucod, but not his cook,"  'i""-���������- ���������  When the Oat  Wai Sacred.  Ill Iii. iu aid K; _ti<.-9 hmU: utiUtinlu  formed us prominent a purl in tho do-  votional eoromonioH of tho timo as  thoy had in tbo old rolisjion of Kgypt.  The cat Aoluru* was emLalmwl nfter  (ientli and buried in tlie city of Hubii*.  Us bocatiHi-, acco.(_uij_"io H<*rouoiu_.  Dianu llubn.tii*, tho chief deity of tho  plnco, won .aid to hnvo transformed  hnrn.lf into a cat when tho god. (ltd  into Egypt,  Opened the Klng'i Eyei,  When Fonelon wn* iilniont-r to I.oui.  XIV, hl������ mniosty wa* antnnUhcd to  Hud ono Sunday, instead of the luuul  cr������wded congregation, only liinmell  nnd tho priest. "Wbnt is thn moaning of ihiHf*" said tlio King. "I enusod  it to bo given out," replied the prolate, "that your majesty did not at-  U-nd chapel to-day thnt you might wa  who It waa that came hero to worship  God and who to {latter tb* king."  Here's a Home Dye  That ,  ANYONE  Oan Use.  : HOME DYEING has  always been more or  less of a difficult undertaking- Not ao whon  you uh  DYOLA  Em'mAILKINDS"���������*!  Send lor Sample  C������rd end Story  ���������Booklet *��������� ���������  The JOHNSON.  RICHARDSON  CO., Limited,  Montrenl, Can.  JUST THINK Or ITI  With DY-O-LA you cm color either Wool,  Cotton, Silk or Mixed Goods Perfectly with  the SAME  Dye.    No chance of using; the  WRONG Dye for the Goods you have to color.  Dominion Express  Jf one/Orders and.  foreign theses  1  are payablt all avsr tha, World,  Absolutely tha best way  to remit money by mail.  TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES ISSUED  Money eent by Telegraph and Cable  Ferelgn Money bought and aold,  Ratea far Man*. Oi-dera  $1 aud under .' . '   I cants  Over I to $10        . .      C    "  "     II to   10        . .10    "  "     M to tt)        , ,     II    "  On Sal* in all C*n. Pat, ity. Statiaat,  WlobbB������������������ Subbuhs hits moved in  town from Swomphurst, Ho com-*  plains of being run down,  Slobba���������Automobiles or gOBsiwtng  neighbors?���������Philadelphia Record,  Impurities of the Dlood Oountorocted.���������  Impurltlcr* In tho blood como from de*  .onto In tho aotlon of tho liver, ,'llioy  aro rovoalod hy plmplofl and uinl.litly  hlotoho. on tho Hli In. Thoy mint bo  treated inwardly, and for this purnoBO  thoro Ib no -mor������s ofTeotlvo compound to  bo tmod thnn Prtrmoloo'n VoKotablo 1������IIU.  Thoy aot dlr.otly on tho livor and by  Hcttin. up healthy proc-n.*-. hnvo a bono*  n.lnl olfont upon tlm blood ao that lm������  purltloe aro elitnlnatod.  Knnp-nn eye on the mnn who trios  to flutter you.  Tho ChicnRo Viro could hnvo boon  nrovonted witli one pull of wntnr but  tho water wuh not hn'ndy. Keep a  bottlo of Hnmlin. \Vir.urd Oil hnndy  nnd prevent tho (lory pftins of in*  flammation,,  "Whnro is tbo cooltp"  "film', in thn kitchen prepnrlnj.  supper for thn rloetor wifo, dinner for  tho doctor, nnd bronkfiiHt for tbo stu������  dents."  .  DODPS .'���������'',  il UN 11  %..PI;LLS^-J  \ Ay^-i. oi?-,  IpHT'SD !������������������������������"  W. N, U��������� No. 138.  ' m THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND;   BRITISH, .COLUMBIA  'ha ..iwlieriawi ������m  \<>\-.\   IS verv    Tueslav  Hv   the  Com x    Jt    Ca ;.v:> - -i-������.<*:o  ^uo ishimj   G;������ ^/(->   o/  i ii-*- [wipet- will i>'" ii������'b������ ������i*������-H  n*** > *n--il������le for rhe *>|riinnti- -I "������n-  Mrs, ns niaY'appoiir mi io ������'->imim*-  troui lime to lin������������.  TrKSDAV,   Aprl ibtis    UUL,  FOU SALE���������A 0-roii������i������*������UMii*e  on Maryport Avetnu, lnHween  Second and Third stmt*.. Apply  1liis otfico.  On account of Fi-i*l*u*. April  lllli, Wing Good Friiln*. und A  .Dominion P������mk Hidi'hiv, tlie  Royal Unnk ut Oi n Vs Snb-  J J ranch at Courtenay will U> closed  on tli?t d iy, Imt will ojhmi on  Saturday for tho itsnal l������������>t������������**>.  FOR SALE���������One iiM-nbator  and two brooders, Capn.ritv ������^0.  Trice $30 for tlie lot. Ai������ply this  office.  TENDERS will be reived np  to April 11th, for the p-uirir.g of  outside of house on Maryport  avenue, occupied ny J������iii������������-������ Ab-  rains. Address S. Calhoun, Sand  ���������wick post office, B. C.  The lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  Tlie children of the 1*. ohy'rerian  Sunday school under ihe super-  vision of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.  Parnhani, will present an operetta  at Cumberland Hall on t i& evening of April 28th.  Sheriff. Trawford of Nanaimo,  again paid CumbenliMiil a vl.il last  week.  (e.) The character of the proposed {  oik   itttru a it slui.u (-ate.. '  (f.) The premises on which tlie wn-'  i ter is to tn used (describe same): In  k't b m������ p   ��������� i      >. e mud a o nt the uotiK  <>f ti c r&mpM) Rivn'r, }jl>n,ttt one half mi'o  ���������elo-  t'.t.itp'.. Ji Ri\e Pull-.  (g.) The purposes tor -which the  ������v<������ter it- t������ '���������** u_6<i pnvcr purposes.  (h.) If for irrigation describe the  land intended to be irrigated, giving  acreage       None.  (i) If the water is to he used for  power or mining purposes describe  the place -where the "water is to be"  returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of re-  ii.h* The water is to b. re nrned to \he  Campbell River at a p'-int al'out oue mil"  l>e)ow the Campbell Rivr Falls mid fhr.  dflereo.e in alti'nde will be nl*f>nt 800 fl.  (j.) Area of Crown land intended to  be occupied by the proposed works:  A'xut .t2l\ucie8;  (k.)This notice was posted on   the  ccoml iiiy di January. 1911, nuc applic*  tion will be made to the Cofamis-  io er oa the twenty-tourtn amy of Jf'ebru-  try, 1D11  1.) Give the names and addresses  of tiay riparian proprietors or licensees who or whose lands are likely to  be affected by the proposed works,  either above or below the outlet:  The cr >*vn, the British Amt-nca Timber  Co., Ltd., of Victoria, B.C., North Pacific  Lumber Co., Lt I., of Vancouver, B.C.; P.  Ctt-lahv, of Chicago, Illinois: Inteni.tiei"  _iTiitbec Co., ot Vane>u er, I. C.  , Attach copy of such parts of tbe  Company's memorandum of association as authorize the proposed application and works.  (a] The con.traction o.i operation <f  work* ��������� r th. supply''' rutilization of wattr  nnde,;he".V ter Act, 1909,"  ' b) To apply for and obtain rn-oVr thp  provisions of the "Water Act, 1909," or to  purchas* or o he*wi.e acqaira vaier record, or w-������ter lic--������<*-s.  The C-impdi-li, RirnnPowKR company,  LIMITED.  G. TI. Burns: W. W**ace Grime,  P.O  addiesa Box 724 DiiectorB.  Victotia, B.C.  COURT OF REVISION.  ^7A Court of Revision will he Held in the  J^ity Council Ch-ambers on Thursday,  M:��������� y"''StliT 191 iTat 77~3Fpj-nr;ir"f'th"e"p������r-  poseof hfaring.complninis, if ,uv\, against  the assessment of property in the City ol  Cumberliind for the year 1911  Any person or persons Imvin'j* complaint mest give notice in wri in-j at least  ten clays before the dme of in**i*ting.  Au:x. McKinnon, Ciiv Clerk.  Cuipberlanil, B C, April 5th. 1911.  10% BONDS'10%  An  Attractive   Offering  for a Short Term  Investment.  We can offer the conservative  investor for a short wnile ouly  au opportunity of placing liis  surplus funds in a hi<_li-class security bearing a rate of interest  of ten per cent,  Only 150 of these Convertible  Debentures at a par vulue of $100  each, available,      '  Do not gamble in stocks,  shares aud'other form* of speculation, but INVEST where your  priucip 1 and inter*.si is secured,  Wkitk for further particulars  0' tlii*; Howl issue whi li ie par-  1 icularly attractive fo investors,  fiompi. application is necessary  as number k limited,  . OiSiDIiN SECURITIES,  LIMlL'liiD.  Vancouver Office:���������  1101 la minion Trust  CUlldlll  ts*  Vancouver,  B.C,  WATKH NOTICE,  NOTICE Is   hereby plv.n that  an  nnpHentlon will he mntlo undor Part  V. of the "Witter Ant, WOO," to  ob������  t     m *i'-������im" 1111 <> N y ��������� mi Ijivi i 11 .ij  V   t rli, \V t ���������' III     't  -,   Thu niiu>*iif Oom-Aii    In lull   Tin  C     iili- 1 K-vo   V-    \- (' 111*1, v, I--nilt'Hi.  :.' m U..1.AI vO.'lv.   r !! <���������   r   f: R.I-  t<   < n, 514 K ������������������   ���������      V. ��������� ,0,  Thu cniiltnl,   how dlvi'lot., Rhowlntf  "i ������������������,!������������������       H.'.it 0<i ..in ii    11 11 fi 'i  ������    . n ..< $li.il ii... a  .. .    ||< mi    aiil up  ������������������10 >m  ' li (...i* ���������n'*-'" ;-.' j.-ii firitit-rt)  '"reu Mnv  <v\ i:,-)-', ".r-.li/ t'n       \  .   li   T'*      !' '**���������!'    nf    !|i      ' "    .',    .a'J-'1'''"'!! 1  ���������    ".'..*:���������.���������-.      ii*" ,.n*ii."i!.'1l   (Ih������ (|(..-."tjn- \  ���������    .     *"���������   ' '    ii������    .,}   i'i'.' i���������l .;.     ,��������� :i:'..,-.',  (m.) Tin. i,_H4jtit) .,1 Wi.'ar Ui)|ilM  for (In. enbifl foct per n*rmA)   w ai  le taai  WATER NOTICE.  NOTICE it. hereby given that an  application will be made under Part  V. ot the "Water Act, 1900," to obtain *Jioen_������.in_the_Gtmio_x__D_ivi8i^_n___t^_Y������_  to ia Water Dittriet.  (a) The name ol Company in ' fnll:  The Campbell River rowei-1. oiii-jan. .Lui  The head ��������� tttee: Office'<f Barnard &  H ���������' e \b -n, 5U Fort fi*. , V*etoni*, B.''  The capiteil, how divided, showing  niDouirt piiil up So.,000, ��������� i. id.d 1. tu 50  shave,  of 91* 0 each;  aim-tint paid    u  $40,050.  (If for mining: purposes) Free Minor's Certificate No   (b.) The name of the lalce, stream  or source tyt unnamed, the description i. Upper Ca nyboll JbUhe, V tucuiivei  Iwlund  (c.) The point of diversion: At the  foot of Upper Campbell Ln 1.  (d.) The quantity ot water applied  for (in cubic   feet   per   second} -  80 cub/o fi-ot  (e.) The character of the proposed.  WuiKh duui a.u eli.iut* ).ui.e_.  (f.) The premises on which the water is to bo used (describe same)  At Homo point on tho land uloiitf the Imult  ut t. e Ctmpb 11 riv.-r nbout i.ne hiilC milo  below Campbell rivor Pallo.  (g.) The purposes for which!   ths  ���������> u.or U io be uij .: powor .nit non,  (h) If for   irrigation doacrlbo   the  land intended to be irrigated, glvina  acrcase...............���������_.,���������,*������ ���������������������������*���������*������������������*��������������������������� ������������������������������������i,������^  ,Nonc.  (i.) It tho wator( is to bo used tor  powor or mining purposes describe  tho place whoro the water is to be  roturnod to Bomo natural channel,  and tho difloronco in altitude between  point ot diversion and point ot ro*  turniThbwater Uti l<u iciunika to .10  'nipi'lit'll riverutu point Hhimt onn mil'  lit'low t eCmipbcli rivor Killn and tlio ilif  foreui-o in altittiilc wiP lie alum' 1100 'pot,  (j.)Area of Crown land intondad to  be occupiod by tho proposed works'  \* nt 1120 no-op,  (k.'- This notice wn������ poBtod on tho  'Uli ii duy of J nttuy, 11)11,11 ii nppiiiii-  twin wlil b< iiiii.in to tiin CiuuminH oiu-i 11  tliot*onty-fourili day of Fubruarj, 1011,  (1.) Glvo the names and addrossos  of any riparian proprietors or Ucun-  sos who or whoso lands aro lllcoly to  ho effceted by   the proposed work������i,  itlthfci  iibovii   or     bi,lo-.v the ov.tl.t'.  'T'.-lMi.'ih AmMlean Timh r do . 1,1*1.,  of Viotorin, ]VC| Mi-itli I'noilio Luinh 1  (!������., Lt-I, of Viinoiiii"(jr, 11 C: 1'. Cmluhy,  ut I'liiuiiKo, Tl Iho h. Iiiminitiuml Timber  0 1 , of Vanoouvor, U.C, Kmiulmalt it N..-  imnno Hftiiwuy Oimii)i>i y.  Attach copy of nueh pnrts of tho  Company's memorandum of un������oola������  tion ns nuthorlstfl the proposed application and worfcn,  11. TiiO������oiih rii{tioi)orotM,,raliriiirj{\\'Prlai  Or thn nupply ur ulili/utiun uf wniui' tunic*-  H1.1 '-Wtiin- A.,!,, I'.IO'.I."  li.    '!'.������ njjply for ;-'i' fi'-iii'it   1 nil n   ih  IV- .,i.,H|-.y III.' "M'Vi r  -\,,,   I'lii'l    '   ...  ���������  ���������  I  I' .'��������� I.li>   ��������� I.' 1 1' l!> >'*.' I   .'    ,   .   ',:   -<   r' .1- it   In" I 1 i  1.1'     l      ,,'..������     . I'M '.,���������.    '.���������  '*'i 1 * A..I. .>; 1 1 1-^'*. i-.-i '- ".. vn ': '"���������!���������-",*.'.-,  KiMiri;":' . M ll'in-ii, ������V, Uiisi ������*.*t.t!.������������������������,  L)i 11 I -���������  Y ti.umi iiA-.ti x7v'l.Va..! t. n,0.  SPATES  The TAILOR.   ' _ ,   ��������� _'        '       ���������  _ ������  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING. '  Ladles' Work  a Specialty.  mammt'aa> mm*mma-mm mam mmmtaatmM -������  SAYWAUD LAND DISTIUCT.  Dintriot ot Sayward.  TAKE notioo thin Goor������o Loioontor Hi-  minutou, ot Vanciuivir, H.O., moolinnlo,  inttndi) to upply for pi-fniln&lmi to purolian<  the following iloseritiod latulu:���������  ('innmcnciiig ut it pnut pliiiitod nt tho  SoiultwOBt'cornerof lot 552j tltonoo north  80 ohainu, thulieo viuat 75 ihniiiH, thonco  Miiitth 80 olininHi tliinioa oast 75 oluiilM, t"  point n( ooiiitm-m-oinont, cctaiuiiig ()<)()  IIOI'PH, niO"0 O* ll'BH,  OkoUIIK LkIDI'KI'KK HlMlNIITON,  Uul'.crt !!'*���������.iv Oiu������ tnnt:, "jj'-nt,  Oaiol Mm oh ������th  Hill  HAY W A UD 'UN D UISTIUOT  Dli'tri-*' of N;iywi nl,.  TAKBWOTKtK n!ta I'ntrlclc William  I.o-iio ClnrU.  ������f. Viinoouv* r, U.O., law  olnrk, iutmidd lo npply for pi>rmiui<l ������n 10  liiiichiiiio tl������! l,iillo'.iiii|*-(1ri-i!rii'0'l iHtldH!  ic-inviiuirinj,' nt u poi<|; plnnto-i ������t*i tlm  j {imiUiv.o (..cwi-iu-r 0!' !������l .'ifi'.'-, ilicniv fiu.t ������0  If'h.ii).- tin hi'" ii-iiit.l) CI I'lii'.inii, ihii'.uv  1 v.i.'t 'Ml iiii.iinii. On-.', -(.'".'ii W, i-lisiinr.,  ' 'lii't;.'.; i- ���������>'   i'i   >'!'-'*i!--.    -M.���������*..(���������  noitli  Sd  |.t|   1. H ������i>  |i!,I.V * i   ' i,i;| ���������,'.' !.:���������  ',','il'., COlil'.ltl  ' j ,,( ,'i.'������'. .rr.v,"*i: ���������.... ..; i  -.  I I'AiKiUiv WllJ.iV.1 \.:.������,.l\. ������'l,.*,i;v;.  ; U������������'������ r'. \t������i ty Chmtaut, uu'<"'(.  il)4iedM(liohlMh, lllll.  C.BALUDTENDKK3 lulfliwwoil .totlw  ^ umlureignetl, anil ondor ed "Tihdcr  for Kx.rai' i-K Wiiiohoii.i*, Vii'n tniv. 1.  ���������B.(J.,"willl)B u'Ctiived until 4.m0 r.M���������  on Mondiiy, April 24 ' it'll, f r thu o< n-  i-tru.otion of an Kxiiminiiifr Worehonto,  Vancouver, B.O.  iPlnow,. Hpeoitioiition and trm ot eon-  tr tot o*u������ bo noun nnil form* of, tender o't  tninotl nt tho olll... of Mr. J. J{ 0>r, St.-  purintciiloiit of Public liuililing-. f - r Mnu-  itobn, Pot Ollleo liuililii k, Winuipotf.  Mun., Mr, W ,. Hoiiderson, Roulclont Ar*  ohitiiot, V oiorin, B.C., at the Po_t Uilioo,  ViineouviT, and ut thin Dupaitment,  . 1'oiHOiiBtoiHlorinn lire notilluil thin tond  tta will not hu oi-tiHlduned 1111I0-. inmlo on  thi' printed foilim suppliuii, a. il Bij(i������i.il  w tit ihi-ii- ickmilkignuturib;Htut nj,' tlii'lr  Ol'OUpllti'illH Hlid p'lKSll-l       l'ol.ll'liOO,      Tn  Iho own ot !irm<v tli uotuiil 1-iiiiiuturi1, tlio  iiutuio of (ho 1 ami pun ni unci plnou of icul-  (lonto of ouch inoiiibi.r of tliu nrni mtut bo  given,  Knoll ti'iulu' mu t ho noonmiuiiiod by nn  acooptoil olioijno <i������ iiohoioiitl buntt, p-t)-  Hlilu  to  thn onlor of tlio lUiiiouritlilu the  Minimor of Pub i 1 Workn, ocptcl u< u 11 p. r  uoiit (10 p.o.) if tlio uiuountof thu tuttdur,  whloh will bo tor uitoil it tlio person tunn-  mi'iiiX iUtl ac t-) c iter Into 11 <.'on(riiM**-h<*.*-.  (���������iiilcil itjinw to do Mi/or f .it to  nomploto  1 tho work 0 in 1 mat od lor.   If tho L.iidur Im  not aucoptod tlio oho'-iu will ho lotiimotl.  ,  The l)u|i������r<iiiiont iloun not hi .d itself io  uocopl tlio lowuut or uny tomlnr.  liy (intor,  H. 0. ���������OK81lbOHKH8l  Seorttary,  Drpnrtmont of Public Worlts,  Ottnwn, Mnroh 22, 1011.  NiwHpiijiurn will notjio p.il<l for IhW tul-  vorliuiii'iH-nt if thi-y im'tit it without nutli*  oril*. I'ri'in tin* 1 >itp.< r nti'itt.  aa***** .aa m^im-a** ���������%������������������������*������������ wm-������rm *������* ���������������������*��������� ���������*>* m-***���������***** mm.***-**,***  n  ,. IV VtMJ WANT COOI>  PRINTING GO TO THE  NEWS. EIKST-CUSSWORK  riintrict of Snywurd.  TAKE  NOTICK tint   William  ���������i  Culdwcll, of I aniirk. Ont., mitiiny:  mini, inttiiul-j to ������i>l>ly for puriii.it)'  Hiou to purchiiK������ the. -following de'  -crtbetl 'InirtlHS���������GoromencinR nit h  post piiinted iil/thi* northwuHtcorner  of Lot 400, Ourrinijton Buv, Say-  wiird Disirici. thonco following the  noriii hound.iry of ot; 490 oaHtorly  fur 40 ohitinB. thonoe norlh 20  nhiilnn, thenco west to the shore lino,  1 hence t*ouihwc������ilorly und foMoivin(.  il<o hhoro line to llio point of ."om-  n.encenient, contnini ny I cue thnn B0  uore".     ��������� WihUAM Oau)\vku,,  Jno, Mnneon.nRonl  Dined Foh. 28th, 101V,  I.  8AYWA11U LAND DI8TBI0T,  Distriofcof Snywitril.1  TAKK nf.tiuu thnt Sidney Hoanmnn, of  Vonvouvor, U C, tncclimiio, iniend* to  npoly for pormlBBiou to puroltnao thofol*  lowing ilnpoiibt'd Iiiiu'bi ���������  0'immonoln������ nt a pout filnntetV at tho  H'HiUiwoBt oorixr ot lot .Vri*i-, thonco iouth  80 oliiiliw, the.ico wo������t 80 clininu, thinoo  mirth 80 oliniiiM, tlioiiau ourI 80 olminx, 11  pi 1100,of 0nmiionooiiient ooiitniniiiH (i.O  noroB, more or li'im.  SlllNKY Hmahman,  Hob ri llonry Ciioutiiiit, ngont.  D,itp(lMnruhi)th, 1011  .'���������*_#������-������������������'. a*      1 ���������������* V .  *r'i ",,.���������._��������� '   m mm k'at -m-mmmmimmammW*  bAYWAUO LAND DISTHXCT.  DlHlrietof Rnywnid,  TAKK notioo that Nnnelto Josopli, of  Viniooiiver, Tl. ('��������� Bpnmtor, intoncln to  apply for purmlnidi n ^0 puroltOHO the fol-  lowing (loRorlbtd IhuiIh)������������������  Coinm ncinn iit*\po������t pliinteil nt tho1  Rniilidiifit oorner of lot 5l7i thonco norlh  f/lciri h, thine, ('m.' P0 nhiiinx, thenou  roiith H(| rliiin*. tin-"*"*.* ���������������������<".!' fl'l Dlinlrfi  11 Hie p -ii I oi cuimnoi ruino.it, oi-liiii-  nn; I'l-in   o'iM 1n1.ru or ',i>h,  XaSV.TT.  JoMKPIf  Vnltfirt Hwry Cfhtsinir, ipent.  I'ntml Mftid. 7tb, lUU.  SAYWARD LAND DISTHICT.  l>8triotoIBiywnrcl.  TAKR NOriCE Hint Arthur  Rowland,  Bo>t, of VnncoHVi'r, B.C., t'liimpor. iififei.t,  intenila to npply. for porminwion to ]iiiroh'ai-o  tlio' fiillbwing iloBt'iibidHuclH'.���������Coniineiic-  iiig nt n poht planted ut tlio k< nthuiiHt corner of lotSlO, on .ho' north  boii.id'nry ot  lot 047, ihenoe .north 80 oHaius.   thonco  oiiHt 75 ch<nnB   thenor booth 80 ohiiini-,  thuno-JweHt 75 olminH to point of oonnncnoo  rnubt, oonlniniKg HOI) uoriin, more or Ioba.  Aiitiivii Rowland I>kht,  Rohui't llonry Cheetnut, ngeut.  Dated Mnroh 7th, 1011.  SAYWAKl) *LANirmSTRtCT.  DiBtrict otSnywnrd,  TAKR NO riuiS that Srim-iol UenBmnn,  of Vancouver, H,'1,, imohimiu, intend*) tu  npply (or pr-rmii-Bion 10 pniuhnBu* tho fpl  lo*vi ft doHOi*llmii lmi(l:-~CoinniHiciiiK it������  post pluntod nt the Houth"'tint cornor .of lot  0W1 theueo oiHt RIO uhiduH, thonoo Muuih  40 ohuiiiB, thonoo wo 175 ohiiimf (moro or  limm) thonoo north ft alu-tuB, tlumoo -wui-t  Ho clininu, thonoo north !)5 ohniim lo |,oii t  of ooiiimonoomont, oontiiininK (K)0 iioiou,  morp or Iohb.      Samuki. Hkahman.  -��������� Robert Huury OhoBiiiut, .itent  Dutotl Mnroh 8th, Kill.  SAYWAHD LAN0 DISTHK3T.  DJBtrictof Say word,  TAKK nnhoii flint Kriiimnv RnmRlium,  wlf.of VV. V. llroHRhnh*, of Vnhootiver,  B.C, intondi to npply tor permicBion lo  puroltmio tho followlntr doHOrihed limd-:-���������  Commonoinir at a pout plnntod 40 oliniii*  wont of the idinliOiiBt ooruor ot lot 547 \  tli.uvo ca-.t 1"������0 clitl'i.% t.'ierjc" *������iiH> 40  ohainu,, thonoo wmt ISO olnlim, thonoo  north 40 ohainu to point of oommono- mon*,  onutniiiing 480 acton, moro or Ion.,   ,,  .FlIANMH llllOVOHAM, '  Robert. Henry Ohpotimt, ngont  Duted March Sfh, lllll.  . m (Irtttl Unplkh  iUmttlv.  l-'IntM nnd invluoioteiitho wholo  i.nijrvmj. nyHtoin,  nmliOii   now  Ilk \d In out V-iii_, Vvrea .V.-n-.  an  will euro. Boll hy nil aniBjrUui or inalloil lu  Wulu \,mu. ou ii.-i.UiL of uiku,  Acm ji'inir U>.t  -���������nilttlfrcr.r\to WoW MoOloIni* Oo.,  mnerly fviadw) Taron^OrtU  '���������'**++ ���������^���������*M*t-fm*tii APPLICATION FOR STORING WATER  (s.) The place of the proposed reMrvoir  for storing' Comox Lake, B.C.  (t.),Tko means by vhioh it ia proposed  to .tore the water by a dao. at outlet of  I/ike.'     .-,**;������������������   -  (u,) The area of the reservoir site or  J<1 sites at each foot in deoth above the outlet  ������'   SOOOaores.* '  (v.) How is it proposed to-acquire the  land ueces-ary for the purpose By purchase  if ntoe'sBiry.,'  (*-.) Approximately the "number of acre  feat iutei.ded to be impounded 80,000.  (x.) W.iether'it is"proposed to lower tha  wtter iu any uaturai lake or Glanding body  of water, aud, if so, thin���������,���������  1. The anticipated exteut of the lower*-  ing Not lowered.  ���������������. The amus proposed to be adopted to  lower and refill'...." ,   8. The u.uure aud character,- in detail,  of the work* proposed to be oonatradted to  provide for the discharge and penning back  of tno wa'er By concrete d*m with regu-  litiog gates controlling.the'dinoharge.  [Signature]  Wellington Oolmbky Company, LtD.,  W. L. Coclson, General Alanager.  (P.O. bdJress) Viovoria, 13.C  , Jiiuuaijr ICth, 11)11. " - .  **-    WATER NOTIOB.  NOTICE is hereby given that au  application will be made under Part  V. of Oie "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a liceu.e lu ihe Division uf (J> mux  . District.  (a.) The name of Company in full:  W.il.ugt u'Oohiery (Jcmpmy.   Liuned.  The hoid 'tttoB Victoria, B.C.  Tha capital, h w. divided, "showinc  amount y.id up $2.0(0,0000 divided into  ������0,000 -hares of $100 U0 each fully paid op  (II for'mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No  -  (b.) The name of lake, stream or  source (if unnamed, the description  ii) Puntle.g,* River.  (c.) The point of diversion: At a  poii.t .hove the falls on the Puntled.'*  River, Connor Dttriet.  <*3_) The quantity of water applied  for (in cubic feet per second);  070.  (c. The character ot the proposed  woik>: Generating plat t, power w oi lea, ami  electric works, and plaut a id other machinery and con viiuieu.wM'nicessa.y for producing power.   (f. )~Tbe - premises- on-which-tho-wa -  ter is to be used (describe same):' On  or tu ihe vi-initv ..f the Wehingt >n Colli  wy Company'* Ltd. property and   holding, in Comox D bti ie*". '       o  '<   (g.) The purposes on which the wa-  ; ter i. to lie u-ed: Gi.u_.nti i|* electrici-,-,,  nud or light, heat, power,   operutiou   of  ' motor., engines, andovchmery of al. kinds  aud generally for ih< exercise of nil powers  nn. I priyilegcs of a pen or company under  |PnrtlX. of above Act.  , (i.) If the water is to be used for  power or mining' purposes describe  the place where tho water is to be  j-oturned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude between  point of diversion and point of re-  ^li'ii At a -���������I'Hvunitiiit pluo'e Ijuiow t e  .Stojigliton Fills in the vicinity outlet  Brown River, .Sections 1(1 aud. 14 To., 0.  Comox District. Tne po nt of re turn im  uhout 'JOO foot lower nltitudo than the poiut  I of divort-ioiv.  (J.) Area of Crown land Intended to  be occupiod by tho, proposed works:  I'NiHio,  tk.) This notice wns posted on  the  iHixiu.iitli day of Jim nary, l!)ll, ami nppl-  Icatiou will be made to the aim nmin oi  ] on the '_Hrd day of Pohrnury, 1011  ;(1.) Give the names and Addresses  lot any riparian proprietors or JJc-  I oi>nes "who or whoso lands are lilcoly  ito bo afloctod by tbe proposod works,  I either above or below the outlet:  UV liinu* ������ii i oiliory Company. Ltd.  Attach    copy of such parts of.tho  I Company's memorandum of as.ocla-  [tlon as authorize 'ho proposed application and works  |(MiKiia.aie)  VVkI.MNOTON Cot. IJH   rv   '.''.'      (      T  W, L, Common, Ootiouil Maiia-jor.  ;P.O. uildrNs) Viotorin, MV.  '  -���������"   I   ���������"ir ' 'i~1.il'....UL,  ."r.ni'i* from the mkmohvndiim or Atwoor*  atiok or thi', \Vkm.inuton Ooi.i.iKiiy  ���������-'lIMIMSV,  MUITKII.  (n) To aeiiiilnu by puV.haae, (-r.H)t, lean.  lor in "iiy othor iiiiiunur,,.,, v liter or  iritih t* to water .. ;,..'....'..,';.........'  ' |Hj To otrry on tlie IhuIiiobh of,,..,,,,  |ilm>Mo li. ht, hi'iib and power mtpp'y   [ul To iiinriiifnoturc aud mo v��������� a inotivo  mtvor eli-otrloity,,..,, ami to in un.fin tnro  |.ir noquint phut, itmohitii'ry, apparatus,  jfltul materials of ovcry kind for the pro.  Juonoii and iliitiibiiUoii of oltoti ioit.y. .,  11 (jfoiHTitt'% uso or dbpo������o qf supply or dln-  [triliutiielcotrioity ','',,,...,,tor limlitiitf or  ���������notivo pnw������-i',.,.,,������nd to ooiiHtmot, lay  lowti.   (wl-,.lilirth,   Mid   .nrry rtiit*   wildi>",  oh,   linoii,  uuoumulutois,   Ian p������ ,uuil  vorka,   ..  '   '���������' .    !,'. ���������  TAKK NUHOK that VVillium V, Minith,  Vaiiflouyor, oiioiipation, rarpi'iilor, in*  l������ii*Is to apply for p.rmi__inn to  ptirolinntf  Iho follow fig .lunorilioiJ  hndsi-Oonnntnc*.'  \(_ at a print plunt-rf at Miejiiorth, cunt cor.  jar o' No. 1, thonoo worth 80 oliuiui, tli.n.o  |wt 80 ohains,   tlioiioo  tn.ntli   80 chain.,  b������noo west 80 chiins, to point 'of uoiium-  jnobmont, ootttniniiig 010 aor<n, inure or  I.i. WILLIAM F.SMITH,  Nainoot Appliiunt.  IwedJuna Oth, 1010.  1������������������E :^^S;- CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,        ,  Special      -  For Sal������ by all  Hotels  in Kegs or Bottles  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo. B.  U.  COPVBISHT.  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -      TOR   SALE   BY ... -  "Walworth-Rolstbri Co   m'  1020 Westminster Ave.,  .  ' Vancouver, B, C.  s  ���������of  H  l>.  <  fi  0  B  <  01  tap  rm   i *  Ma.  ������ ������ 3  <j a ���������"'  Sj ������ a  $������*  3 w <-;  "fl   Cm    ������  i.  XI  *"       IS  I oS  a ^   ������  ������ .3  i-l  ���������"5  Sm  o  -ffl  o  a  V  ���������3  a  &   -  a   ...  r*>  n   Ot  ������.  a ������  .a >,  *o   ������������������  ������:g.  ������      m  !*���������      m  t)  aft     *mm     _% I-        ���������  s   - ������  R.s n  a a  mil  *Z  O  g  35  >   I   5.  j.    -r    ..  .5 ci d ,- T  -   ���������*-  ,1j     Im  K ������ ������   ' .  TO  '  _  H  m      m  u  a.  a    .  ���������5.-S  *_   >  -i  a  a  ������  -IS  tt  (8 '  a  ���������o  4)  p.  O  O  H  . &   '  NOTICE  Any person or porsons, cutting,  removing or taking   any   blocl**^,  timber or wood, of any deserijitjodn  3elongingto thftj Wellington Col  is indispensable in the,  camp, and for all  imprpmptu meals. .  AddaliuleBOVRlL  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  67  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Ruperi  TAKE notice Unit Gardiner Alexander Brady Spencer of Alameda  Onl.,occnpnrioii plumber, intends  to npply for permission lo purchase  tbe following described landt :���������  Commencing at a posi planted  about 3(1 chains west of the -souili  RUPERT LAND D/STRICT  -   Didrict of Hnpwt.  TAKEnotico that Fodora Mae L^con  o( Vauootiver,, B. O,    occupation j,Widow,  iuteuds io uppjy tor pero.is ion to pnr-  olia8e tbe followiog describ u laud.: (_��������� m  nit-ncing nt nt a p >t;t planted  about  one  mile north nnd 40 ohau 8 ������. t of the S. E.  corner of Sec:iou 4, T. wonliip  8,  thonoe  north 80 chains, thence (.use 80 chains,  theuce houth 80 cliuia-*, ' thence west 8U  ohaina 'oplacaot coo.mencoinei_t. contuji  injf G.0 acres, ni������r������*������ r lees.  Scribed on po*-c EML'u S.W, corner.  X.ndoka Mar Lke-O.n-,  4 Dm Ulmk, Agent.  Dated December 11th, I9i0.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Diatriot of Rupert  TAKK  ?*OTlCR    that  Adelaide  Enter  Cark    ]....wu,   of, Brookfio.d,   N.   Y.,  mtirrii-d woman, intendn to apply for par-  nnaaiou to purchwic tho fullow������_tf( dotrtrib-,  ed lands:��������� Commencing at a post pUnt.il  at tontiiwest corner, of Srdiou  19,, Town-  "���������lup 9, then��������� north   80 chains,,   t-ien.<-  enst���������0 chainp,   thence    nouth   81)   chain.,  tJ-������ net weat 80 ch.ius to pluoe of oonnneD-  meut. containing G10 acret. more or lens.  Soiihcd on .post A.K.C.R't S.W. cor  AnBi.Atue J'Jstkr iJlark Hnows*.  Oan (.Sui-It, ngan<,  DoledDtceinhor lflth, liUO.  RUPERT LAND. DISTRICT  Dis'.rietof Rupert *  TAKE noii(o that Bertr.m Jame?  Tasker ni Vancouver, B.  C.   oceti>.'  pation Express Manager intends to  to.flpplyfor petm'FHon to pujc'nu.n ',  the  Ml'.wiug  de.cfii.wi   J-indb:���������  Cocurneiiciiij,'   at   u   pyt   jiloutcO  about UO chain. w������.   of thb 6 uj_,  east corner* of Section  L'4,  Tuwn-  ship'21,   ihe" ce   \v..<i   a������   cimins,  thence .outb 80 chain?, tJ-ence ease  80'oh;dnp;the'iice iKir'th .SO chains ;  lo p!aco   tf  Cuiiimencement.   000*  mining 640 ucre^ tuutt. or l..i..,  Scribed i-n po.n N^BJ T's N.i.,  Betrtram Jam>.p Ta-kek,  , Dun Clark, agent  Dated December 14th, 1910.  .ierv (wZ   n, f.   ' h  ,   r   , ?8t corner 0{ SeR*io������ H Township  ���������������������') toy., oriroiHoroiftheland 21. thence west SO chains,  ihence  CO  W  <  Calces Your EXPE.s'SCS Li2ht  Makes Your BISCUITS LisI������t  TJlakea Your CAKES Light  Make* Your DUNS li3ht  Mal:e������ Your LABOR Light  ORDER FUOM YOUR  CROCSR.  E.W.G!t.LETTCO.,LTD.  Toron:.., Oh1.  The Courtenay Hotel  Every conveniens for gnestB.  The Contial Hotel for Sporteraon  None but the Best of Wines and Liquors  at the liar,  RATKS REASONABLE  ing to level it when tipped to the  satisfaction of the Company,   will _  Iih pwwecntwl to llio lull extent of  tno law, "  AV. T,. COU LSON,  iC*ron������nil Maiiao-er.  Wellington Colliery Co,y.'  KOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  *-ay car. of the pnion Colliery  Company by any person or per*  3ons���������except tain crew���������i_. strictly  proh.'l-ited." Employees -re .ub-  ;ec to di.-missal for allowing sam-  By order  W. L.   COULSON,  General Manairer..  C. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And all KITCHEN .lUTENSILS  e^^^ens Goods  Hardware  ���������  John Johnston,    Prop  IWIWMfl  NOTICE TO THK'PUHLIO.  , lliiviuu built it Inrgo wnrohouno and mill  at Courtenay, I will in fu'uro keep on  hund 11 utook of nil l-iiidn of Hay, Or.in,  mul Feotl nt lowent ronrlcob rntos, A  epeoialty will hutnado of roller ortinliotl  food f.ir hoiwH wliioh w ill make a miviiiK  of ono third in tho ooifc of focul. OnlorH  ������ivun tlio loitmHter or hy phono will bo  promptly llll.nl. Tlmnklrijf you for your  patr nuuo in thu punt ������ud no!ioiiin������ a eon  iltiuunooof tlioniimo on broiulur liuu., I  bog to ren.iiin  Yours to contiimiid,  UYRON CRAWFORD;"  A Fine Assortment of.  the Choicest Cuudies,  Fruits and Tobacco.  Vancouver Ice Cream.  i  FAIRFIELD I  J~ store z:|  J. JACK,   Prop. %  .t  _���������  %  X  t ��������� 8  ������ Ptmsmuir Ave.   Cumborland ������  m&WV-r,WWVW*W������*WV-a&  aam-mamamv^mOmtv rm<nrnr������v������eft'niiT^aB_n������u������iM----_a^vii_avwn^  i:'"  Dealer in  AIJvKrNDS OF  i I fruit, Candy Cigars  i: Cigarettes 4 Tobacco, i:  ���������it tm . tl  " o  it  thence eact along north shore nbout  40 chains, thence north to place of     -   .   \ ,01   ,_      -,.- "- -"������������������:   "cpmmer.cemont,    confining    4o0 Se-ti-ni 18k, lown. hip 9, and Sect-  acres more or le*"B. >on 13, Township 20, thsncecweBt 40  ._*���������*_     ?!      '   1                                                                   _     -            _ __' nllO .IM-           llsA..nn         _._,..tl.           Ai\         _1_       ?_      ...  Scribed on pos-, G.A.B.S.'s N.E.  corner.  Gardner Alexandes Brady  Spencer.  D������n-Clnrk. Agent  Dated December 14th, 1910.  ���������ri;ui'__KT L-In'D DISTRICT  District of Rupert * .  TAKE notire that John Henjjy  Kerrinsh Rich-ndson, of Vnncou  ver,' 1). C.,~ occupation S'eauaboat  Steward, intoudu to apply fur permission to purchase the following  descriiied lar.ds:~Conimencing al  a'post- planted about 40 chains  north of the .nmhwest corner of  Si'Ction 3, Township 21, thence west  80 chain_s. thence eon th 80   chuinp,  thence east 80 chain., thenee noifh  80 chains  to  place  of i.-ommnice  ment containing 640 acres more o-  lees. ���������  J'i H K. R's N E cornor.  John Henry Kebrinsii Richard-  sox.  Dun'Clnrk, Aoent.  Dated'December 16th, 1910.  HUPEUT LAND DISTHICT  District of Rupeit  TAKE NOTICE thut Juraes Bradslnw,  of Liniioria, 1'loridn, en,punier, int.nis  to ii-jply for p-Jimissiou to pnrelnuo tiu  followiujr deBonbait tone's-���������Coium, no n������,������  *t n po������t (ilnnud 2 nii'os went of the s.JO.  coru**!1 ot' Seod������n '24, township 20, thenee  north 40 eli.i.B, tlMio. w������id 8U chat, h,  tinnou sontli 40 olmius, thonco oo-t 80  ennuis to pliioo ot unniinuueeniunt., con-  tunii ������ ll'2o iicros more nr |_hk.  Scribod on poat J H'a S,!-.. do.a jr,     "  J.V.M1W IllUUHTMW,  ,._,������.       , l������ttn Olork, ugonv.  1 luted Deoembnr 10th, 1IJ10.  UNION S, S. CQ., of ll.C. Ltd  N.-.v.uMoU.v.y.v Vay- Coum - C,uii*hki,_  llIVKIt'ftO0T������,  Snlliiif,' im undor���������  Twtn.norow Htenun-r "COWlOHAN"  fr'itviH Vaniouvor Tlniniflny 0 p.iu.  Anivu Union (lor OuiiiIibiIuikI^ Vridny  ^    niorniii������  A*rivi<R Comox Friday inondna  Arrlvo Outiiplioll Uivor Kiiday imou  Ui'turnlngi  Lv    CotiKiic Fritlny4pm  " Utiioii Ray      ������'   5   "  ������������������ Niinalmo midnight  Lenvcii Vaneouvor, Snttinlitv ft f m  AiHvom N^iiiiimn,. f-nturdiiy 12 pm  Arrivi-H Uiiiun, Miuiiuy li ft ni  [for C'liiiiiiui Iiiiui]  Arrive. Comox,   .Stnnlny 8 a m  Uoitui.iiin:���������  hpfiven Comox, "nudity 4 p m  Uavoh Un'*i., Stuidiiy Tipm  1,'HVHil NHHllilllO, ."tllllllliy   iMlllirjIl*  [ Mlllj.Ut, ,1) if|L]|������b VVIlllOU. 1 O II. J  Bonova Hlock,  .*. -OUMHERUND, B.O,  it '  if 4*  *->4i>4f-9*m'ri*4>'>m+**,a>4eti9*l.ttt  5. iii  JOHN McLEODS  K.OH.p.R8T.<JLAHH  CANDY, Flit/tTH,  OIGARH k TOHAOOOB  RUL'BttT LAND DISTRICT  Diitriot of Iluport.  TAKK NOTICK that, Uti-iilos JmlHon  Minor, i.f Cuiieuoo, N.V., mtut-il nnin-  or, HilnndH to npply for pernr'twltm to  pure'A o tin- follu-vuifj duMiiilw-ii lands;  C jih. oi chip nt ii post i-liintud '2 inhori  woHt o. tli������ ,sk i oi-i wv of Soutiou '24, Town  Miip20, thenoo nrrti 80 nhdi.a, tlmneo  ciiHt 80��������� liliuin., tlunicu suuih 80 ohuin������,  tliunco wuut m() (iliiiiim, to phoo of o .mm-  o mmu'iit, o/.ntiii(iii������ (UOnori)', inoi-i* or  lo,,������. ClUUI.ISS JUDHO.N MlNliK  Si-rilwd on post Oil M'h SW o h nor  Dan Cliiru, Apont.  Diitodl) oimburlOih,,1010.  mm ������������������������������������������������l������������.i.t.������,<������������������t;  '    HUraitTLANDDIKTatOT  Dtoti'tot'vf Jttjt.t  TAKR NOTICK t������iitt (itinrgo ClrtiiH U-  roeqiio Mill������r, of \ in nmiv. r, H.Ch iiiboIi*.  ituiuul on inior, Into (Jk to npply for pcrniia  Mi<m 10 )iu.utiiiH0 tlio f llowi pdworibod  lnnilHi-rCoitimui ol u ut n p i41'lanhd onu  milo oiiHf of tlio I (irtli i m coruor of Sict-  iou 18, TowiiHliip 0, tlionu-o ,mt 80 olminc,  iho mo nor h 40 uli int., the co  wc.t 8li  of coniinoiiuoiiiHit, co'-tiui.i p 1120 uoron,  mo o or 1���������h>*.  HoriDod Oi.nootftCI.M'i.SWooHitr,  CltOltOK {JMITUM LaHDCQWW Mll.MBIt,  ��������� ���������  *������������������    ��������� Dun Ularlt, Akent,  Dated Doiomhor gQtli, 10KI   _  HUPEIVT LAND DISTIIIOT.  RUPERT LAND   DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE   notice   that   Richmond  Chinles l_i.s of Vancouver,  B. C,  ncing  a post plunted nt i   post   between  chain-,   thence   south   40  chains,  tht-nce west 40 chains theuce south  SO chains; ti.ence east  40   chains,  thpoco north 40 chains, thenee east  40 chains, thence north 80chainp to  piace of commencement, containing  640 i ores Qi.re or less:  Scribed on post RCBV N E cor.  Richmond Ciiarlks liiss.'  Dan Clark, agent.  Dated December 19th, 1910,  ' RUPERT LAND DISTRICT '  District of Rupert -    '       ?  TAKE notice thut Marguerite  Leitohuf Vancouver, B.C;, occu^  pati.m 8a!���������Hlady, intends to -."opiy  lor perniie������ion .16 p������ir< ha.e i.-.e' 'ol-  lowing described land.:-  Comuiouciogat.a post planted  at the north east corner of Section  c54, iownship 20. thence we-t 80  chains, tbenoe-south. 80' chains  ���������thence ea*.t. 80 chain-, ihence north  80 chame. ip place of commance-  merit, containing 640 acres, more  or less.;  Scribed on post, MX'.'s N. E. cor.  *   -  Marguerite l6itch������  1 Dari. Clark, Agent.  Dated December 16th, 1910.  '   RUPERT LAND  .DISTRICT  District of  Rnqert  TAKE notice that Delia Brooks,  of   Vancouver.    B.;   C,   M.rried  woman, intends to apply  fur permission to purchase; the following  described lands:���������Commencing at  -piLS.t__pliinte_d.aLthe.���������northwe6t_<*or,.  nor cf  Section    30,   Township   9.  ihence east SO chains, ihence south''  80 chains, thence  west 80 chains,  thenco north 80 chains to place of  com nencem. nt    containing   "640  ncr.s more or leBS.  Scribed on Post -I). B'.*- N. W  cor.  Della Bkooks,  Dan Clark, Agent.  Dated December 17th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND , DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Edra Fi������ber  Spencer of Alameda, Cal., married  woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following  de.crihfd lends:���������  Commencing at' a post planted  at ihe sooth west corner of Section  2 Township 21, thenee east SO  chains, thence north 80 chaini-".  thence.wesL 80 chains, thence soufh  80 chains to pines of commencf-  ment, containing (.40 acres more or  less. _ ,     -  Scribed on pout E.P.F.'s S W.cor.  ^dna Fisher Spi*"kcer  Dan Clark. Agent;  .D.oied_December_l6th,-19lO.   RUPEUT, L \NJJ DISTItIC E  ���������  Diatriot of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE tbnt . E.lwird D.ke,  of Biiipliiunton. NY. coi<chuittii,ipio..ds to  apply for porrui-fiiou to jiuiohuro tho fol-  lowiiigdusoribed Innda:���������CuinineuuiDtip at  u p st pluucd 2  miles    wcHt    of    tin.  Boulh oust onriipr of S.o'iun 24, 'township  2i), ihenoo Wii tSOcltaiuH,   rbiuoo   houtli  HO cluiinrt,   thenco oust 8U   i*baiu>, tntuco  north .0 ch '.im tnpl-io^ uf oouiinoi-samuut,  uontuiuiin* (i-iUnuri'H, morn or lfB������.  Soriliod on pout. ED'h N.E, oomor.  IfiUWARl) Uvkk, -  Dnn Clark, Aaoat.  Datorl Dm omlicr I9lh, HMO.  KUl'BHT LAKDMS1RICT  Dintiiotot Iluport,  TAKE NOTlOiCtlMlThomna F.odoriolt  Tnslior, of Vnneotivor, H.O., leloprapli  oper.toi,iiitiiniiH to npuly for ���������jicvini'--  .luu to iJiirobfi.o tbo fulliiwiiit- dt'suiihotl  liitKlsi-Cointiionoing ������t n |.oi������t plnitiid nt  tliu nnrdi'wo.tciirtim-if ti o ion IH, J'o*n  khip'.l. thonoo Nt'tith Ht) cliainf., thomo  ciiNt. hi' I'liim*, ihciioii  nonh 81) oliuiriH,  tlltl! CO   WO't    .0 UlllliilH to  plll(!0 of   (K)ii,-  inoiivonioiit, aoiitninii t. (140 m.ro.s, mor.  or IcHH.  k'orihiirton poit.TKr'R.N'.W* o-ruer.  TtlOMAfl FltKDKUICtC I'AHUKU,  Dun (Jlilik, Aitout,  Dttuil l)������iomb.r lOtli. 1010  ���������^""������������������"������������������"���������"���������""���������������������������M������������Mm<_Mr������i  Cook's Cotton Root Compound  riui flroiib Uiorln������ Tenle, nnd  mly wifo otltiKtnal Montblv  ilOBulntoron vitlcli women can  Tltu groiib Ulorln������ Tenle, nnd  only, wifo otltiKtnal Montbt  ,UOBulntoi*on vvitlch women eat  ooputid. Raid in tliroo dwtroo  of Rti-onttth-No,X ill no. 'i  iOdi!Ki'ou.ntronflroi.*J| No. J  lv  inuoial cnBou,  liy till aruflrnrl  d oil jroocii  . por hot.  ity or m.A  QdtMNlDlllHlflO.  Dropald on roocinfclif prlpo.  Froovivrapfilot. /(IdroxurTHI  l,,TOH0NTO.OMT. ijormtrlu WitaUm-]  oliuloH, thoinui hi mi h 40 iliciiifltophwo l^fr,M'^^,4*H"M������^4*fr,i'������J.,l*HHb  NOTICE iu liur-by jjtvun tlut ou tlm llritt  iliiy of iJauiinbrr ni������xt application will lie  timrUi to theSiip.riit'flndi-nt of IVovlncial  Pollen. >Mi!lorIa, for tlio miiowuI of thn lio-  tol liofli im to mil lnpiorH by rotiiil In tlm  hol������l koosvn mi thi- Port Auguntn hotel, nit  u������������wl atOimu, \f.i\ J. )t llnutm,  Dated Uot������l������r 11, 1010.  District or Iluport,  TAKE notioo that Hurry Pulton  Archihnlil nl Vancouver, l\ 0, on*  mincer, intends to npply fur ni-nnis  sion io pitrohnso Ihe following do  scrik'd Intirls;���������Cointrionolng nt   t  pont pliititod 4 ohiii'.iB north of I. M  Loivoii's flouthwost corner,  thenee  norlh 40 olntim*, thon.to won  40  eha'nH.  thonoe  notuh  40 olmim.  thenco ciict 40 ehnins to   plm-o  oi  comment cmeni,    containing   IfiO  ncrcs, mor orlonti,  Scribed on p'inH.l������.A.'nS.K cor  Haiihy I'ATrKM Annmut.n.  Dun Clnik, ������|/������-nt  Dated Den   tttb, 1010.  1  0  0  I  3)  ������  ii  i  m  ������  c  y  "J*  ,������  i  KUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District, of Rap. rt.  TAKE nofict* thnt HaideoAshhy  of VHiicouver, R.C j married woman  intend? _to apply ror p<>roii-.sion  to  purchii.epfche   following dorcrtbud.  lands: ���������  ' Commencing at a post phmted  at the south easi corner of Section  3, Township 21,,thence '.noeth SO  chainp, thence v.-ent -SO, chnirs,'  thenoee eouth .Sd. chaii,^ iheiuo  onst 80'ohuiiiH tn plauv 'of ce.*.,  rioencument, com a in ing 8jQ .^res  more or lt-._  Scribed on popt, II A.'i* 8.E. cor. '  JJAIIiiiK  .A.HIJY  D>'-!'' IJ In i-'u, AgiMH,  Datoci Dfri*inlitir lOtli, If) 10.  RUP1.HT J.<\VI������ DISTT.IC'.T  Uibtriot ni' l.i.port.  ' TAKK NOTIOB iiint Liili-m jibo- wird  of \ KiiootiVi-r, /J. O .   ii-i*K"l w.v.-;., , :!g-  tmiilii to m/ply for.p*rmiH*������i'.ii to >.i;/.-- ,-,  ihu lollowiug d-Rorihcd lc.n<i.:-(" tl-   *i>  cny  uc n pon plnutco _t tin* p -nt,    -.  oornT ol ^"Oiiim I'd, TiiK/nph-;,) '.'i tn������*._  noith m> oiiiiins   thouo.   wf-.fi Hu ui-.ai, -  thenr-f H'������ii*h 80 c-b,tin������,   -he -,   ������'.h1, 0/:  olMinii t - jiIhuo of    . mrcvitn or.., n������  ;..,".  tiiii in< iHO m iom, h. ro -r kr.:  fi(i".hi il ou p> Hi 1 *���������".; ;. 1    ���������Nrm.-i.  Ill.l.lAV l*H.PJ>Ajm.  Dan CKi!.. ALot.  T)nt >l Decombor 18il, 10/0.  DiHtriot of Kupnrt.  TAKK NOriOB'thii* W'UYmu, Wiwn- .n  Slit'lipiird, of Vancouvur, 15.0., wf,.  hmt'iiiikor, liilonilii t������ n.tfy for vr.rmiu.  nioii t* puroiilts. tho follow-in.' n-i.-r.ljoil  liiml' i-Coiniiioiioidi; uc a pint plnii'<*d .ino  milo weat of tin* M-uthcaht corner i;f Ht>i-  lion 24, TownMiip 21. tbonc. north fj()  ob. inH, thenco w.-������t 80 fhuine, tln> oo  wHuliBO obniftH, thonco oimt flO -huins to  pluiiu of ootnniniicotnont, ooutiiiidnu (..������  uoriiH, moro or io p.  Soribod on piiht W AV 8'a & 32. ci.nnr.  WlLIitAH WUIMA.V StU'l'PAW).  tx A\n      .  ��������� . ���������     "l'������ Olllllj, IvfJOIlt.  Dfttrd December 10th. iflio.  KUl'KUTLANIiDls'lHrtJT  Di^trivtoi Uiirnn.  TAKE NOTICE   tli.t'willi.i.n n������i .1-  rioli Ta-kor. of Vi*.)���������i.iiv-"H.i.. iiimiu.'.v u-r  8r-< iiKfliit, iiitimi'm tn Djiply ii.   t, rim vn, n  to purchnm h������f Ih wi-ur dihoiihe. innd.:  ������Vmi*i-t,c!ri;,..V a p- I ,,!,. ;., , ,;,���������., ;  'into met or tlio norinwiiit.con. ;��������� nf ������������������.<*--  Aion JH, Town.**, ip tt, tiumioiMHttiOoii-iiiii'  t*"Oi*m HOUtli 60 ilinio, thi'io vWi j.t)  ���������4inln<*. lifiouiior.hWUlui'n to jdac ��������� ���������;(  oowini'i.V rot'tit, out udnhitf fliO .ur-H  moro or Ion,  Hcri im on Tint WKT'������ V.Tt*. ���������..���������.������������������....���������  U I'.MAM Kl'NliWor TAmn-K,  ......       .   '. '   U*"������ Clark, Atout,  !)nt"fll> owoilipr Id li, 11*10.  JUn*i**1lTI.ANJ>J>]Hfttt6f  DUdotf f Un- ort.  TAKI', NOTICK thnt hAwfh MonV-  I euro pd \������aooi.vor. It, C , ulei  ol rk, in en u to opt.|,v for p.inii-.Mou to  ulironm-** ho tnhow iijj it. i,i������ itird Inud ;���������  ��������� 'on mi'ii'-iii. at ,i p ..,(, pliu'ola. hoi. r h  "ori-ri.n.r.f Mi.t ������ 85. Tnw sl.ii. au,  .iin- ci. wm t<   80 o ������iriH   tV������ vti  o-.������t   80  ���������4l .ill ���������t||, |r     imrtll   r,\t. otlB.HR.    tll������UCH  wi������8l HO.p i ". io ������la������.  ������f   t'utnu'rea.  uia t. co, tninii'(jfl|n..oMi too ������i������" Una  hefib it on >*.ht 'M'-i K W, )-nrt,������i.  iHAIIHIl.A !S*OMittnriMK,  D t������il Dmunlir lUth.  l08l>  >W* IJ 'H*'!* 1<!-.'>!'*M������H-{<*)'}������H������Hi y-T-> y -    -  l\;  ��������� ���������iNwwwiaaifnjwta}*. rw ���������^^-ar-j-ttjaieST^  c>      .  ~*rr t -^-j���������r~ *������r~v.n���������������������  /v* "JT^r7;"*^*T!S,CT'";Tr^  * .*���������    -, ^ , *-.   ���������������������������*    ��������� -*��������� y > v y -*_  ' 'V-V. v^'".i "*V,-      -:;y:;-,v"',V:>'':'- v.  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,  MOTHERS  WHO HAVE  DAUGHTERS  Find Help in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  Winchester, Ind. ���������"Four doctors  told me that thoy could never make  i me regular, and  I that I would eventually have dropsy.  1 would bloat, and  sufferfrombeariug-  down pain8.cni.mp_  and chills, and I  could not sleep  nights. My mother  wrote to Mrs.Pink.  ham foradvice,and  I began to take  I LydiaE.Pinkham's  I vVgntahlft Compound. After taking one and one-  half bottles of the Compound, I am all  right again, and I recommend it tc  every suffering woman."���������Mas. Ma*v  Deal, Winchester, Ind.  ' Hundreds of such letters from girls  _nd mothers expressing their gratitude  for what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has accomplished for  them have been received by The Lydia  E. PinkhamMedicine Company, Lynn,  Mass. .      ���������  Girls who1 are troubled with painful  or irregular periods, backache, headache, dragging-down sensations, faint-  ing spells or indigestion, Bhould take  immediate action to ward off the serf,  ous consequences and be restored to  health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege  table Compound. Thousands have been  restored to health by its use.  If you would like special advice  shout your case writ* a confidential letter to Mrs. Pi nic ham, a<  tynn, Mass. Her advice ia fren,  And always helpful.  Varied Items of Interest to the  Farming Community.  SKIMMING  SURFACE  A CRIME  BUY  THEIR SINGLE AND DOUBLE DISC BEARINGS ARE THE MOST DURABLE  The   Labrador   Coast  Dr. Grenfell says that the'Labrador  coast which he knows so well'is every  whit ns beautiful as that of Norway,  and he is working on a chart which  will be accurate enough to guide  pleasure craft through the bays and  channels of that shore. There is really  nothing to go to Europe for but the  ruhis.���������Youth's Companion.  Minard's Liniment relieves Neuralgia  Anyway the railroad engineer gets  a run for his money.  Corns cannot exist when nolloway'a  Corn Cure in applied to them because  it gocB to tho root and kills the growth.  Being unselfish is a virtue some  people try to dispense with.  SMJohs Cure  quickly step, coughs, cures colds, heals  the  throat and  lungs. ���������   ���������   ���������   'iS c.������uta.  Two women were strangers lo each  other at a reception. After a fow moments' desultory talk the first said  rather querulously:���������"I don't know  what's'.the matter with that tall,  blonde gentleman over there. He wns  so attentive a while ngo, but he won't  look at me now." "Perhaps," snid  the other, "he saw me come in. He's  my husband."  Clear the complexion of  disfiguring pimplog,  blackheads, redness,  roughness, and other un-  rightly conditions; ker������p  the hands soft and white,  tho scalp clean, tho hair  livo and glossy, and pro-  eervo skin health by tho  ruso of Cuticura Soap  j assisted whon necessary  ;by Cuticura Ointment.  lu.Xl.Clli 8l  Soap and Ointment  ���������ffiml ifc������ matt economic*! tftttnunt W  llrkleC trarotnf, Mai. humor* of Intwnti.  eMldwn and ed.in.  A itmU ������#t t* oiun  ituOtkttk EMil Umuthou. Un w.rt<t flt.ml  !t������ Potur lirui * Cum. dorp. Ikafeu,  r..N.A, fnrS;.p������f������Ctitlnif_Ho������Ulo������aM������Mi4  (treatment of ik In ami fajUr,       ������i  So Says E. R. Parsons, writing in the  Dry  Farming Congress  Bulletin  This fall I have received so many  letters of the same tenor that nn answer through the Bulletin would seem  desirable. One farmer writes: "I  have been plowing my land ^about  five inches, following strictly all the  rules laid down**for the conservation  of moisture, but getting only about  ton bushels to the acre, which is  hardly payable. How can I increase  my yield?" The trouble with this  munis the trouble with ull���������farming  too much on the surface. Deep plowing, deep rooting, and holding the  moisture where it cannot evaporate,  is the only antidote.  Resides the loss of moisture engendered by shallow plowing, we have to  consider an equally serious ev'il---the  combustion of humus. There is nothing facilitates this as much as shallow plowing and frequent shallow  tilling.  Secretary Wilson has already drawn  our atention to this by denoting it as  "a vicious system of farming," and  the only way around it, as I pointed  out at the time, is by plowing deeper  and cultivating the fallow less, but  putting it in better shape for accumulating moisture.  In many places our sandy loams  arc already becoming exhausted and  so devoid of humus that some of our  farmers say it does not pay to plow  them deeply.  Humus is a' carbon compound, and  when the oxygen of the air attacks it  it becomes carbon dioxide���������the carbonic acid gas so .deadly to human  life, so indispensible'to plant .life.  In dry climates, when humus is at  or near the surface, this combustion  can go on -unimpeded; but in humid  climates it is much slower on account  of the water film around each particle  which protects it from the oxygen.  Therefore, it is plain that, in order  to save our humus, we must keep it  damp, keep it away from the atmosphere, bury it as deeply as possible.  This element of our soils is found  almost entirely on the surface, being  a product of the sod, and every atom  of it that finds its way into the atmosphere is a dead loss to the farmer.  Pure humus is said to be able to  hold 200 per cent, of water, whereas  some soils will not hold over 20 per  cent, "wjthoutleaching.  Some'farmers will contend���������that  deep plowing on their soils does not  bring results, and there is much truth  in this, for often their last chance to  raise a crop is to skim the surface  again and use up the last particle of  humus. But this, of course, is burning the candle at both .ends. The  remedy is to plow deep at the start,  incorporate the surface humus with  10 inches of soil, and then if too thin  to raise fair crops plow under-more  green material until the results are  satisfactory.  Tho most handy crop for this work  is fall' rye, because it can be raised  during the winter months and plowed  undor when a foot high in time for  planting tho regular crops. They say  in Germany' that land 'that will not  respond to deep plowing is hot agri  cultural soil, but where this is tho  cose through lack of humus, it can be  remedied, for our soils are usually  rich in all the mineral elements, and  barnyard manure and green crops will  supply the other. A soil that is becoming exhausted for want of humus  can be planted with alfalfa, which will  eventually replenish it; but in order  to obtain a stand, 8 to 10-inch' plowing is noeo.snry, nnd if tho soil that  is turned up is poor nnd thin, a top  dressing of rotten manure of old corral dirt Ib tho thing before drilling  the seed in, By this method I have  raised alfalfa on a sand bar, nnd nfter  six years plowed it up and took off  n crop of oats, nnd then bnck into  nlfnlfa again, this timo without mnn*  uring.  The hnrdest nnd most unpopular  work that wo have nhond of us in to  convert thn farmers of thn West to  (loop plowing. It took Enelnnd 40  yonr* to do this, nnd Gormnny .0. Tn  the menntinip the nvornge production  nf smnll griiin inerenfied from 11  bushels to -10 nnd 45, nnd potntooR in  the Islnnd of Jersey on lnnd plowed  10 inches nnd fevtlli/.od with son weed  for humus go from 000 to 800hunhols  per ncre, In order to obtnin a louse  on farming land in tlie above counties, Jhe tennnt hns to enter into a  contract tr- plow, deep, rotnte liis  crops, nnd put back into the soil what  ho tiikes out.  In this country, for thn nccumuln-  lion of moHuro nnd thn conservation  of humus, deep plowing is absolutely  nnoosflnry, nnd, nt the same time ro.  niiirknblv profHnhlo: nnd in the exceptional wise, where, tho land in too  thin, it will nny n hundred-fold to  fertilize it until you hnvo a fairly rich  Rood bed 10 inches deep.  "Isn't it shocking -to think of the  hundreds of citizens in that Ohio  county who have been fined foT buying and selling votes?"  "Yes, and they have been fined on  evidence that would not be considered for a moment by a senatorial committee'."���������Chicago   Tribune.  HERE IS A TALE  WITH A MORAL  LITTLE  EDITH    HARRIS    CURED  OF DROPSY BY DODD'S KID-  NEY   PILLS  Two doctors said she would die', but  to-day she is a healthy, happy girl  ���������Healthy Kidneys in children the  guarantee of a happy, useful life.  McTnggart, Sask. (Special).���������That  no child is too young to have Kidney  Disease even in its worst form, and  that Dodd's Kidney Pills will cure, it  in any form has been abundantly  proven in the case of little Edith Harris of this place.      <���������  In May, 1903, this little girl, then  two years old,, was so swollen with  Dropsy that her waist measure was  increased from 18 inches to 34 inches.  Two doctors said she must die.  Dodd's Kidney Pills cured her and  today she is as merry and healthy a  child as is to be found in the neighborhood.  In a recent interview her father  says: "Edith is better than ever. She  has no return of dropsy since she was  cured by Dodd's Kidney Pills. over  seven years ago. Shi? goes to school  and is healthy. I always keep Dodd's  Kidney Pills in the house."  There's -a moral for parents in this  story. Many a child has grown up  tp a life of pain and suffering because  its kidneys were neglected. A life of  health and usefulness is. assured if  the Kidnevs are kept in order with  Dodd's Kidney Pills.  A well digger always gets in his  work. ' *  Bills are brave���������at least they do not  run when you foot them.  A WONDERFUL MEDICINE  , FOR LITTLETONES  Tho' Exception  Tt was rn;iirrlc<J men's night at tho  l.\iv,������i   media**.  "T,ot nil you hushnndi* who hnvo  trouble on your minds htnnd up!"  shouted the emotional preacher at tho  height of hia epnsm.  IiiHtiuiUy every man in the church  rose to his feet except one.  "A!.!" r*.\-;l.-!!?n'-'' tbo preneber.  peering out at this lone sitter, who  occupied a chnir near tho door apart  from the others, "you nre ono in a  million."  ���������*,  "It ain't that," piped bnck this one  helplessly, ns tho rest of the oongn**.  gut ion turned to giixo suspiciously  at him. "I onu't get up-I'm para-  lyzod."  Not having heard mivlliina of his  wife for "������W lonR yenr*-, as ho term,  od thorn, nn applicant asked the  Thames, London, court magistrate, it  ho could marry again. Tlio mugls-  trnte replied that if tiie vjf. turned  up tho Hooond iiiittiiiiui would not he!  legal, but, nn sho hnd been missing  Much n long lime, even if she did reappear, it was not likely that ho  would he prosecuted.  ���������Baby's Own Tablets are a wonderful  medicine for little ones. * They never  fail to give relief to tho baby when  his stomach or bowels nre out of order; when teething is painful; when  worms make their appearance of  when any of the mnny childhood ailments seize, him. What is more they  nro absolutely snfe nnd cannot harm  the youngest child. Mothers hnve the  guarantee of a government analyst to  this effect. Thousands of mothers,  through gratefulness for what tho  Tablets have done for their children,  strongly recommend them. Mrs. E. J.  "Word, Gait, Ont., says-.���������"I have used  Baby's Own , Tablets for over two  years and would not be without them  in the house. They arc wonderful  medicine for little ones." Baby's  Own .Tablets nro sold by medicine  dealers or nt '25 cents a box from The  Dr. Williams' Medicino Co., Brock-  villo, Ont.  Tlio cuckoo clock hod iust chirped  the half hour beforo midnight, nnd  the girl in the parlour scene was  weary.  "Mr. DcBorem," she snid, ns she  vninly attempted to struggle a yawn,  "I heard something about you the  othor day that I'm sure ia not truo,"  "Tndeod," ho exclaimed, "what was  UP"  "T henrd someone say you were an  easy-going chap," she answered.  A LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER'S  STORY  From tho lighthouse at Lobster  OovnITond, Bonno Ray, ��������� Newfoundland, Mrs, W. Young sends nn ev-  pr-rlenoe of Ham-Bulc, which1 should  certainly nnt as a true bencon light,  Wilding all sufferers from skin dis-  sense to n si\fo hnrhor of refuge.  MrH. Young says: "I Buffered with  newma for, seven yeara, nnd to my  arnnt delight Znm-Bulrhns cured mo,  Tlio disease started on mv breast, and  upland until it extended over my  linck. The itching and burning���������  espcioinlly when tho nffocted parts  worn wnrm���������wns terrible; nnd yd  whon the eruption was scrntohod or  rubbed, it turned to hnd sores, and  .nusod great pnin. I went to a doctor nnd tried various proscriptions,  but seemed to got no benefit, so tried  another doctor. Again T got no rollof, so tried a third doctor, and then  a fourth. Although thoy nil did their  best for mo I got no relief from my  pnin.  "Seven years is a long1 limn to  suffer, nnd I hnd Rot used tn thn  iliuuKuL that I )V.vcr v.'ouM Vo "md  when T unw n report in 'Tho Family  ITernld* telling how bonohoinl '/mn-  iluk wns in. cnsoH of skin diseases. I  thought there -would bo no harm in  (.ivlng this balm a fnir trinl, nnd  bmmht some.  "W"*!!, ?'*'*���������"'���������'-' th**- i-it- of tbe vorv  first box I saw Zimi-Buk was going  to do me good. T persevered with it,  and the improvement it worked in  my condition wns really wonderful.  it cosed the irritntion, stopped tho  pnin, nnd thn sores began to dry up  nnd disnpponr. In short, I found  Zam-Hwk all thnt wan claimed for it,  nnd within a vory short timo it worked a complete cute in my en's-"',"  Not only for eczema, hut for ulcers,  abscesses, vnricosn veins, bad leg,  poisoned wounds, cuts, cold sores,  chapped places, piles, ringworm,  children's eruptions, burns, senilis,  nnd all skin injuries and disensr-s,  Zulu-Bilk will ho found unoqunllod,  All druggUU and stores sell at 50c.  hnx, or pout fn������ri from Znm-Buk Co..  Toronto, for price. Refuse harmful  substitute* and imitations.  Do You Realize  the Advantages of Concrete?  THE rising price of lumber has compelled  the farmer to look for a suitable substitute.  Concrete, because of its cheapness, durability and the readiness with which it can be.,  used for every farm purpose, has proven itself  to be cheaper than lumber and far more durable.   Our Free Book���������     .  "What the Farmer Can Do  With Concrete"  shows the farmer how he can do his own work  without the aid of skilled mechanics. It demonstrates the economy of Concrete construction as compared with lumber, brick or stone.  This Book Tells  How Concrete  Aids Farmers.  CANADA CEMENT CO., Limited  51-60 National Bask Bailding, Montreal  It shows how Concrete can. be used to advantage on the farm in the construction of  almost every practical utility.   '  Send for this book to-day.    You'll And It in  tensely Interesting, even If you don't Intend to  build for a while.    It contains much useful  Information that will put you  In the way  of saving money,    Among  the  subjects  treated are: Barns, Dairies, Fence Posts,  Feeding  Fl.ort,  Hltchln.   Posts,   Root  Cellars, Silos, Stables, Stairs, Stalls,  Troughs, Walks, Well  Curbs,  and  so forth.  REMEMBER���������Thi*   book  yours���������a .ostal will bring It  promptly.   Write now.  ..You  may  send mc a  copy cf "What  the   Farmer   Can  With   Concre/.i.''  Name.  Address  About Royal Names.  Apropos of the Coronation gift that  is to be presented by the Marys of  the realm to Queen Mary, it, is worth  're-alliiig'that-Mnry-.-Annp-r-and-Eliza-  both are the only familiar English  names that have been borne by occupants of the throne in that country.  Among the tjueens and queens-  consort of modorn times we have had  Henrietta Marin (wife of Charles T..),  Catharine (wife of Charles II.), Dorothea (wife of George I.), Caroline  (wife of George II.), Charlotte (wife  of-iGcorgo III.), and Adelaide (wife of  William IV.).  And, when speaking of royal names,  it is as well fo remember thnt King  George V., according to a well-known  authority on heraldry, has no. surname. He is a descendant of the  House of Guelph; but Guelph was  only the baptismal namo of the patriarch of tho family, who died in  1101.  Since then his descendant's have  been ruling princes, and never needed a surname.  Coins 560 Years Old.  . Tn 'Mgging n drain at Fnk^nhnm,  Norfolk, a man hns just found about  two hundred po'd nobles (a coin  worth 6s. 8d.) of the roign of Edward  111. Tho Trensury has been communicated with and an inquest will  be held.  The coins were struck either at the  Calais or London mint. Come- issued  bo'tWoen 1351 nnd 1300, in addition to  the titles of Finn of England nnd  Lord of Ireland, havo that of King  of France, Thoso issued between  1300 and 1300 havo tho iitlo of Duke  of Aquitnino. The nobles wero almost  pure gold, only hnlf a grnin'of alloy  being used, The doHisn of the obverso  is the king, nrmod and crowned,  standing on n ship; from a mnsthoiul  flics n stronmor hearing the cross of  St,. Goor������.'<\  Tho vnluo of lio coins is probably  somo hundreds of pounds, und t,ho  man who made tho diwovory will re*  coivo a largo share.*���������London Daily  Mail,  Teaching a Dog,  For best results ono Bhould got a  young dog nnd tench him his future  duties gradually. Never allow him to  Jonvo tho homoBtond nlono nnd you  will never hnvo n dog that Htrays.  Never chain* your <'og. That fa not  noce.flary. Tench him his proper  placo and mnko him obey you upon  gosturo or word nnd ho will not overstep his linos. Trout him like n  brother, givo him his food and cool  wnter rogulnrly and bo kind to him nt  all timoH nnd you will hnvo a noble  animal.  Young Wocpe Fried.  Young wasp grubg friond in buttor  do not ut fir.t night upp_ar to Ui tho  moat alluring dish in tho world, yet  thoy havo beon pronounced doliciouu  by those hardy oxporimontora who  havo tried thorn. Fed uh they nro  upon the sweetest iulee. drawn from  fruits ������nd llowcrs, th������y miuirnuy pos-  .088 a delicate flavor, Perhaps tho  best way to prepare them is to bake  thorn in tho comb.  Young Princo Resourceful,        i  Princo John, son of King Goorgo of  England, although not much more!  than flvo years old, is of a reaourco������i  ful dinprt.iitinn. When his father sue*'  ooodod to the throne tho littlo prince,  then four yearn old, was anxious to  know what chancf he had of eventually becoming king. Ho was inform*!  ed that having lour older brothers, th������  chance was deeidiNHy remote. Upon'  thnt Princ* John suwestod that the  only way out ol tho difficulty seemed<  that bis four cld.r brothers should bo,  killed, when nothing could prevent  Ui _utt������������diwr to the throne. ���������  What are .Your Wayside Blessings?,  Suppose that as a means of keeping  our faces bright and our hearts cheerful we begin' looking up our wayside  blessings There. are._^lcjnunon_pnes^.  ���������sunshine, home, friends, health���������  the things we should most miss if we  were deprived of them. There arc  others which are peculiarly your own.  What are they?  , Faultless In -Preparation���������Unlike any  other stomach regulator, Parmolee's Vegetable Pills are the result of long study  of vegetable compounds calculated to  stimulate the atomachio functions and  maintain them at their normal condition. |l Years of uso have proved their  faultless character and established their  oxoellent reputation. And this reputation they have maintained tor years and  will continue to maintain, for the.e pllln  must always stand at tho head of tho  lint of standard  preparations.  Frank���������-"If something would only  happen to the boat whereby I might  rescue you!"  Ethel���������"And nftor you had rescued  me nnd borne me bravely to shore  and I opened my eyes, then what?"  Frnnk���������"Then I'd get my nnrno in  the papers."  Mats or Ohio City or towdo. I .,  LUCAS count., f ���������*  Frank J. Ciiknkv m.Uw o.th that lis to scnlM  pin-mor or thn firm of F, J. CtiiNtr * Co., doing  bUBln.n. In tbe City ot Toledo, County and Htate  aforesaid, ami that said flrra will pay tho sum ot  CNR HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and .very  run ot Catmuim that cannot be cured by the uae ot  Haix's Catahiw Curb. ���������    ���������       fua-nk j, cheney,  Sworn to beton* me and aubiorlbed In my preeenoe,  tills 6th day ot,December, A. 0,, 1680.  l'���������*��������� I A, W. OI.EA.SON,  l^ihl NOTAIIY PDBLI0.  . Hall's Catarrh Cure ti taken Internally and ante  directly upon the blood and mucou* surface* ot tba  lyatoin. ..Bond tor testimonial*, tree.  W I', J, OH15NEY de CO,, Toledo, O.  ������ Bold by all nruiralata, IU,.  Toko llalla 1'amtly 1'illa for oomtlpatloa.  Lovo feels no burden, takes account  of; no labor, does not speak of impossibilities, Love watches, and,  sleeping, does not sleep, Tired, it is  not woiiriod, Htmituned, it is not  constrained; frightened, it is not disturbed.���������Thomas A. Kenipis,  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAY8  Your druggist will refund money It  l������AZO OINTMENT fnilu to euro nny  onso of ltohing, Blind, Bleeding or  Protruding Pile. In 0 to U ,day������.  60o������  On thn llussiiin Christums the 0������nr  received several high sohool tonohors.  HiH Mnjosty's ndvico was* "Servo  right manfully knowledge, tho fatherland, nnd myself, Support thoso at  tho universities who wish to loam. I  am convinced thut their number will  increase."  Many patont inodtolnnii have como nnd  Bono, but llloklo'H Antl-Oonmimptivti Byrini  continues to occupy n -lonnvat pinou  amour* lomoillun for couutiH and floldn, and  ai a provontlvo of dooay ot tho InnsR. It  ti a standard medicino that wldona its  .mWn of nanfninM. v������nr hy yotr if you  nro In pond of nomothint. to nu >uuin������iU ul  a confin or rMfl. vnx\ ennnofc do hotter  than try Illokle'i Syrup,  Vldnr���������"Let mc seo, now. You Hay  you enn captain tho villngo crickot  nnd football teams, that you undor-  ������4.,n-i tvo nrt. nf iretting up fancy  bnziinrs, enn piny lawn tennis wen.  sing nt tbo charity concerts, nnd  mnko yourself ngrccnblo.nl. garden  pnrticv,. You'll do excellently. F,r~-  by tho wny���������cr���������I suppose you could  conduct tho morning or ovoning nor-  vicn nt a pinch, oh?"   . ,    ,  Modem CumU-~"Woll, I don't  know, I dnro nay I might mnnngo to  act*limbic through it."  Vicnr-"Good, good, indeed! Then  T think, Mr.^~er~Mr.-ah--MildnirJ.  thnnkn-you may consider yourself  appointed."  Don't go too fast, young man, even  ti ti������������ toad i_ .nwoth,  Friend���������"And were    you   ever   in  Venice?"  Mr. Ricbquick ��������� "Yes. . Slowest'  town I was ever in. The sewers were,  busted all the time we were there!"���������  Puck: ���������   INFANTILE  PARALYSIS  A   Germ   Disease   Which   is   Baffling  the Doctors and Alarming the  People Generally  It may be said that doctors .are  only agreed on two points regarding  this much dreaded disease.  First, that it is a germ disease and  second, like all germ diseases can  only be fought with pure, rich blood.  Prevention is always tho better way  and' that is why we are always talking about the wisdom of keeping the  hlood pure and rich nnd the nerves  healthy nnd strong by using Dr,  Chase's Nerve Food.  Rich, red hlood is a deadly foe to  disease germs whether they are germs  of infantile paralysis, of colds, of  consumption or any other disease.  Don't let tho blood get thin and  watery. Don't let the nerves get exhausted, Tho risk is too great. Evory  cIobo of Dr, Chase's Nervo Food goes  to the formation of a certain amount  of pure, rich blood, For this reason  you are certain to benefit by this  treatment.  You need not * wait ,/until you havo  some form of nnralysis before testing  this groat medicine. Bo warned by  hoadncboB, sleeplessness, irritability,  fulling memory and power of concentrating tbe mind; Restore tho system  while still you havo something to  build on.  Got new energy and vigor into the  .Rystom by using Dr. Chnse's Norvo  Food. 50 c.entH a box, 0 boxos for  $2.50, nt nil dealers oi1 Edmonson,  Bates & Co,, Toronto,  Ho sum you nro right���������but don't  forgot there nro others.  If yotv pot tho worst of it try to  make tho best of it.  A farmer may think ho In buying n  gold brick, but he never docii.  Faint heart ne'er won fnir lady���������If  it should prefer n* brunette.  Mlnard's Liniment Cure* Bum*, etc,  "Whnt Is your highest. ambitionP"  "To got my wifo to nnohlc to mo an  politely nn nho speaks to tbo butcher  ������hi.u .U !.i crflcri-nj. n "tonV bv tele,  phone,"���������Chicago Hornld-Recortl.  ������������������"."."...ii1,1   ".<!������������������ .  ���������I|!|i11" "������������������"*_a  Scnd for free -.ampin to Dopt. N.TJ., Na.  tional Drug & Chemical Co., Toronto,  II .    i'i'   nm ���������i'i   in���������.*m  W. N. U��������� No, 836.  AlJ>_M.T=J_l_..nit_jK-:!,.^,^1|j.|ii||| tf^  I     ' -   *r  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  I  Saris  UFFET  fT"! HE buffet luncheon Is, first of all,  ���������       a great convenience to the host-  1  ess with no maid, as she can  prepare it beforehand, then don her  pretty clothes and be ready to receive  .her guests. This repast can be served  at noontime and 13 also especially suited to the afternoon or evening reception. It usually consists of cold dishes,  tut one may have a hot beverage, which  must be kept warm In an inner vessel  set in an outer one of hot water over an  alcohol lamp that can be lighted or, extinguished  at  will.  In preparing for the buffet luncheon  use the daintiest and prettiest of table  linen, If the table Is in good condition  ���������highly polished or having the fashionable smooth and dull finish-do not  put a cloth on it, but use a handsome  centerpiece and dollies. Have flowers  or ferns or a plant in bloom in the center of the board. On large dollies about  thia place the plates of sandwiches, thin  bread and butter, finger rolls and cakes.  If salad is served, have this at one end  of the table and near it a pile of plates,  on each of which is a small, folded napkin. Heaps of forks are laid by the  plates. At the other end of the tabic  from the bowl of salad may be the beverage" decided upon, with cups, saucers  and spoons. If besides a hot drink���������or  instead of one���������ther. Is served some  kind of punch, have the bowl containing  this'-on a small table ln the corner of  the dining room or hall, with glasses  arranged about the bowl. If cold meat  ~ "iT"7eWe"dr"tnisnna"jT'be_sli-ed~thin" and"  platters of It set on the sideboard.  One   requires   no' regular   waiters   or  waitresses   for   this   function,   but. the  hostess should ask several of her friends  ���������preferably young girls���������to assist her.  Let us suppose at first that tae affair  under    consideration    Is    a    luncheon,  served at 1 o'clock.    To this one may  invite a large number of guests, as one  is not limited by the seating capacity of  one's dining table.   An attractive menu  would  consist  of jellied  bouillon,   cold  . ham,  chicken salad,  bread and butter  sandwiches, imitation pate de fole gras  ;.. sandwiches,  stuffed  celery,   Ice  cream,  fancy cakes and black coffee.  Arrange tho table as already suggested, putting all of the dishes, with  Iho exception of the coffee and cups,  on the table. At one end hnvo a huge  platter bearing thin slices of ham, pret-  ���������   tily, garnished with sprigs of parsley.  Opposite   this   may   bo   the   bowl   of  chicken salnd, Its' contents masked by a.  thick   mayonnaise.    Flanking   this   on  each side have plates of sandwiches and  rolls,  while  further on   are  the olives  and   stuffed  celery  and  several   small  dishes of salted  nuts.    The ice cream  and cake can be served at a side table.  When the' guests are assembled In the  drawing   room   the   hostess   gives   the  word to the intimate  friends who are  to   assist   her,   and   they  go   into   the  dining room, from Which they carry to  the guests the plates and napkins.  They"  can then pass  the various dishes,  or���������  and  perhaps  this Is  easier���������they  may  ask each guest If she  will  have ham  and  salad,   and -put  these  articles  on  the plates before taking them from the  dining   room.    The   sandwiches,   rolls,  etc..   can,   of  course,   be  passed.    The  guests  stand  or  sit  about   the  dining  room,  hall  and parlors.    If  one  Is  the  possessor of a number of small tables  it  is   well   to   have   these   set  in   the  various rooms,  as they are very convenient for the buffet luncheon.    Only  one who has stood and.tried to balance  in her hands a plate, napkin and perhaps ,a  cup   of  coffee,   and   still   eat  gracefully,   knows   how   Intensely   uncomfortable one can be under such conditions.    It is, therefore, a kindness to  the   guest   to   provide   something   upon,  which he or she may set plate, cup and  saucer,  if It be only the corner of a  mantelshelf.  Of course; one of the young girls will  "pireslde_at"'tHe1ice_cre"am~table:���������If "she  can do so, It Is convenient to have the  Ice  cream   madei up   Into   small   Individual   forms,   as   these  can  be  taken  -"��������� from   the   freezer   a   few   at   a   time,  whereas a large freezer of cream ln the  bulk,  once  opened,   will  melt  quickly.  The freezer of small forms can be. covered again as soon as the desired number of ices has been removed.- This Is  especially true of an afternoon affair at  which the refreshments are served during a period* of an hour or more.   At a  regular buffet luncheon all the guests  are served at  the same time, and the  arrangements aro thus simplified.  Therefore, at an afternoon or evening reception on tho buffet plan, havo  viands that will not be Injured by  Btandlng.. Tea Is, of course, out of  pl.ee, and, oven chocolate should be  taken soon after if. is made. Coffeo Is  not' Injured by keeping hot for sev-  ornl hours, always supposing it is not  this paste between cru.tle.S Slices Of  white bread, cut thin.  Stuffed Celery  Lay stalks of crisp white celery Jn  K-cd water for a half hour, wipe dry  on n clean dish towel and fill tho  curved side ot each stalk with cream  cheese worked soft and slightly salted,  l.ny these stalks on a platter set directly on the ice until wanted.  .Turkey Salnd \  Remove all bits of skin and all fat  from  cold  roast  turkey   and  cut  (not  ..chop), the meot Into bits of uniform  Bize.    Sprinkle lightly with salt and ,  white   pepper  and   mix   with   half   as  much  crisp  celery cut  Into quarter-  inch   lengths.    Pour  a   good   French  dressing over all, tossing and turning  until all the fowl and vegetable are  well  coated  with  the  dressing.    Put ���������  Into a chilled bowl lined w.lth lettuce ,  leaves, cover with a rich mayonnaise  dressing and  ornament  with  slices  of  hard-boiled   eggs  and  beets  cut  into  fancy shapes.  Lettuce and^Cream Cbeese  Sandwiches  Remove the crust from a loaf of white  bread and cut very thin. Between  every two slices spread cream cheese,  and lay on this a crisp, lettuce . leaf  dipped Into Frenchx dressing. Keep in a  'damp place or cover with a damp napkin until ready to serve.  Fruit Punch  Put into a punchbowl a quart of very  strong   lemonade,    add  a   handful   of  green mint, slightly bruised; a bottle of  maraschino   cherries,    eight 'slices    of  pineapple,   cut   into   small   dice;  two  oranges, eut up small, and three bot-,  ties of ginger ale.   Add an abundance  of ice, and when very cold serve.  Lettuce Salad, With Roquefort  Cheese Dressing-  Put into a chilled salad bowl crisp  lettuce leaves and pour over them, .a  French dressing, Into which has been  beaten grated or finely crumbled-roque-  fort   cheese   ln   the   proportion   of   two  "They can pass tho various dishes."  allowed to boll. Tho old-faRhioned  coffeo urn was excellent for this purpose. -.',  For nn afternoon or evening reception arrange tho table as suggested  for tho luncheon.   A������ evening affair  waiters and carry about "plates;-  dls-hes and cups or glasses. One might  serve turkey salad, pickled oysters,  lettuce and cream1 cheese sandwiches,  cake, coffee frappe and fruit punch;  or another menu would consist of cold  chicken, finger- rolls, wafers, lettuce  salad with roquefort cheese .dressing,  Ice cream, cake, coffee, Of course one  will-have, in addition to these articles,  fancy cakes, bonbons, etc. Instead of  cold meat at one of these functions  serve gelatine or veal loaf, or jellied'  chicken, or Jellied tongue,  I will add recipes for some of tho  dishes whloh I have mentioned. Tho  Ingenious housewife will elaborato  upon theso fow suggestions to suit  her own taste and wishes.  Imitation Pate de Ebie Gras  . Sandwiches  From a delicatessen shop get a piece  of   livenvur.t   or   IIvor   'lau.ago.    Re-  "J.t is well  to provide something  upon which a plate enn be set���������  even a mantel shelf."       -  move the akin and, with the back of  a spoon, maBh tho sausage to a  smooth paste, moistening It slightly  with a little  molted  buttor.    Spread  tablespoonfuls of the cheese to one and  a half cups of dressing.  Veal Loaf  Cut two pounds of lean veal into bits,  add a quart of cold water and simmer  at tho side of the range until the meat  is tender. Add salt and pepper to  {aste and set aside until the greaBO  forms on the top of the liquid. Skim,  ������pj-urn thp, veal and liquor to tho firo.  ������.dd a half pound of minced ham, the  Juice of half a lemon, a dash of maca  am' a tablespoonful. of sherry. Stir  all well together and pour into a mold  wet with, cold water. Set in the' Ice-  chest for twenty-four hours, tnen turn  this lonf out upon a cold1 platter, garnish with parsley or watercress and  fii/>n 01-1111 (i sharp knlfo.  ���������aalia  THE   HOUSEMOTHERS'   EXCHANGE  IMPORTANT NOTICB  _r_]$CAU8E of the enormous  ,. r% number, of letters sent to  ���������*���������** the Exchange. I must ask  contributors to limit their com-,  rounicaMon* to 100 words, except  in oases of formulas or r_oipe������  wlito* require greater space, I  want all my correspondents to  huve a showing in the Corner,  'and if mv request in this respect  is complied with, it will be possible to print many more letters.  Women Who Fail  YOTJJI nrtlolo, "Concerning Allowonooi,"  hiiH been fnlthfully rend,  1 ilu not llliu Uiu tun. or either, of  tlio lAtlui'H It uiiilnxili'H. It would Hi-em that  tlio (null-llnillntf coiiim from women w*io  tried tn "nut liualj-imln": who, in, fuel,  miritiiod tna nu-n. I nolo ax 11 ilKiillleimt  clriMiiiiHliiiH'i-"Unit very few women who  -named llfty ynir������ ukot-oi- lliii'i'iitiotitH--  liavo ciuiHii rnr ouiiiululnt nr apply for ill-  voreo, 1 think tho main runmni Ih tlmt In  our irlrUi'Mii lovcra Uriel tn do their own  courtlnB. II Iv a younaur'. Konurution of  Klila who think bowman thoy nm "madly  Tn lovo" with a 1111111 lio mint marry-th*  pui-mii'i', nn twitter whnt hli foollima nr������.  The woman of tho aooond lottor aooma 10  liavc> lined Imr "fow thouannda" in 11 n attraction to kocii'1-o Hi. iiiiui. With her own  money to livo upon mul tliu nbll.ty to earn  mori', uim illil not mind to runli Into nmr-  rhino with llliu overaeniltlvn mini. Hut "ft  willful innr. miiuti Ihu. I)U willful way,"  I.IUiiwImi tlio willful womnn,  _ ���������   ,    ,, ,  1 tmld tlmt thoim women full In tlifllr  duty ut wive, whoiv tlmy rum* Into print  with tholr dnmeatlo Infolloitloa, When ft  womnn  tnnrrlrm  nhi*  margoa  hor  llfo  Into  I'lilt  Ul   (UV   IIIUII   *wiu  UbiU|i>������   uinl   ,"��������� _->  to lovo, honor nnil olmy, Ami thin ,ahnulil  *.iUn tli* iiu.sit.iii l-i .-. ' ���������''���������"'������������������_.ll'-'_,"'l,,1  fnii> nnil Intnroaia nro linra, Bho anoultl  keen Id"* at lili li<;������i, liylp to uplift h "'  montnuv nml morally** rub, out: tl-o worrloa  am) freti ot W������ bu*"inHs <\*y.  Mnny women noon) to hnvo, oxhauitotl all  iholr enohnniiwmt In Mimi-lim tho lovor  and nro tinnbla to l������i������p the humand. .Our  atrfoia   nro   throiwed   wllh   lhl������   lllnd   of  *������;Jiti.li.,*.      livl.-v.   i..v   v<>-.<>'".,.'������������������ ���������'���������������   *���������'-,���������>  up tho urlml of tho divorce, in II nt Mnn.  If ollhur of thouo women, wlio tiro both  In comfortable clr.umatancaa, won d bring  tliemnolvi'H to look about thorn nt the t<;rr(-  hli������ dUlroaa motml out to other*, t niluht  iiwkn iliom content with th������lr lot In llfo.  ilrii.o un. Hlntor wrltom! Hnlrt up y������������r  homlii nnd p������I 11 hotl������r oxampln to tno.������  arauml you I ,       .    , ,  A MOTIIMH (llarrlnlmrif. I'M.  I have laid tlie letter of our  *prlKht)y proteitnitt beforo our read-  urn with llltln wrbnl nl titration, H*'-  foro iunilii). it aver 10 her fMlnw-  ���������women for OliciiMlon, I -would demur  -with regard to one cectlon.   I do not  , think that women aro ns "anxious" to  ���������many now an their predouesnors of  'half a century a.o wero, iih it da...  Then girls were trained to look forward to marriage uh tho naturul sequel to their maiden . estate, Not ono  avenue of self-support wna open to  thorn whero thoro are llfty now. They  expected to bo; iniuTlod and to bo  maintained thenceforward hy the men  upon whom*tho-/ bOHlowod hands nnd  (pruttuiriul-ly) hearts. Tliu title "old  innlil" carried with It oblociuy It lias  lost entirely In tlila gonei'iiuon,  Tt Ih ovldont to the hIiuIIowohi  thinker that, when uiarrlairo Iuih  coa.ud to bo tho woman', only moan.  of uarnliiK hut* livliiu*, It follows u. a  matter of couiho that to wod or not  "to wed In far moro 11 <|iioHllan ur.  froo choluo than of oxpodloncy, nnd In  many Inntiinco. of apparent necuuMlty,  Without admitting- to hoi'Holf that  sho niniTlod for board. lodKlng and  olothuH, many 11 girl dullhoi'iUely  eleclad to hu mippoi'totl by a huHhaml  riitlutr than hn n pauper dupuiulont  upon the bounty nf hor nourciit of  inn lu I'liulnxl,. in taklrnr un lionorablo  Htantl In tho worlcliitf c.\aun ot thin  day, she iii'lilovihi indunonilan.o.  If it ho truo tliat kIiIh do tho court-  Inn moro openly, nnd actually, thnn  the women of the inld-hlnotecuuii century, I havo yot to learn It, ������  Tlio rout of tho communication of  tlio member from IlarrtHburu In _ub-  iiiltled lo the mox at largo,  For the Cold Luncheon  Ami *>iH .wiuiiicj ju.u-hl liulll Ull-  othor mother'.  I'l.nio lot mo nay a fow word. In favor  . of cold luiu.'lifnnti.  If a mother will ������o<* that h������r child Im*'  a jtooil br������akfaat of fruit, cerenl, U>a*������  an<V  coc-oii  or  milk, .that  youmiator  con  do very wi'll with 11 00I1I Iuiic-Ih-uii al 1:  o'fllook, nnd thoro nooil ho nn worry over  tho   "novfiift"  ������luily   of   tln>   majority   of  IK..W*    v....*.������*.���������    .^..i..A    vim    i.w.va.   *,..  ihu nioiuiiclt to Hint thu food will nut  ho dlRonioil,  A cold luncheon of poml bn-nil and  butler and ft muoh-mn)ln:m*d widno of  plo with fruit won't hurt any ohlld who  In well oiuiukIi lo niiond nohool,  Tonnh ohlldron tlmt .nortn. wntor and  oandy a.r������ "Ironiii," nol Ktnulv illr-t. and  Blva thorn unotl. plain fooil, wall cooked,  and llnjre will bo lout troulilo over "i-nld  liin>*lii'nn������ "  The liulf-fi'il, lullM'lothod ohlldron of  the vory poor aro another proportion,  Tliov nbniild ho nnnnlderfil from a churl-  inlilc  H.nilinilnl.  I mny nild Hint Ihnt olnmiof mollu-rii  do not road tlt������ Iloun'-moihora* KxcliniiKi*.  Tion'! himri th������ whole lot of fmhllf  ������r:tii>t>I   chlldrtn    tujrrtbtr    t^ocaoiifi   ������um������  mothoi-B nro 100 poor and others too laxy  iu euro properly for tholr offaprlllK,  DAMW   VAN   WINKl-K    (Whlto   i'lnlim,  N.   V.).  Thoro Is an admixture of common  Bonso and truth, In Huh protbil' A)\nt  makes it moro dlillcult to answer than  If tho writer wtiro loss Intelligent ami ���������  loss honoHt la her convlotlonj),. ,,i. Have  room for but two exceptions to tlie general tenor of an oxcoeulngly' well-writ-  ion loltuiv ���������'.*.,,  Firm, Tho ohlld who tried coHsclon-  tlotmly lo un pepfeoi In every recitation  in our public School uiiihi ninny to tho  full uxlont uf IiIh abllliy, und, It ho no  a taut-growing ohlld, often beyond, hln  btreiitftli, if the adult reader doubts  llio uuth of lliu un.union, im him uc-  fliialnt lilinHolr with llio curriculum of  grammur or high nohool and try In Ini-  tiglnntlbn to lit It to tho ml ml of tho  young Httulont, Tho coui-hu Is undeniably "novei-0," ,   ���������     ,  Beooml, Cold food Ih not -iiHHlmllatod  by tlio Hto'iuioh an onwlly aH ��������� warm.  ' lion Iho dlgoHtlvo orguaH Hharo In tho  gomiMl phyHlcal fatlgno-ivinoiinllng  often la falntntMH .and jiuuhoii���������ooiihc-  iiiicnt uiion 0 moinlng of "m;voi*o' mental appllcntlon, tho atornnch nhould b������  braced Into action by iiomolhlnit ,tnoro  noiirlHhlng and fpilek In eifect than lhe  iiiviirlal-lo Hiindwloh, tlikdi .broail-and-  battor and wodgo of pie,  Ilnni-o iti*/,ro(!OniinoiHlatlon of a eup of  hot soup, which pri"i>arc. the Alimentary  apparatttfj to recelvo the hoIIiI, oold food,  Sugar-Cured II(tins'  W������ hnvo a fiirm n few mllt*������ from town,  nnd In 1hi> autumn onr toiiiini reiuloia Ini'd  for iih, maki-������ miiiJUKi-H, eu-. Uo cuti^  linonn nnd hnm������ almplv by bivInK thorn In  biino, Wu t'iiii'1. i:uu* I'M iimin pui ut<  lu Unit wny, Wo ahnutd Ilka tn havii onra  "augnr-eurod" hnm������.. .'    .  i'an you loll mo whera T can nml wnin*  thliiK nbout tlila moiliod, or, itemciliii) It to  mu? Or luitv enn I leiirn how it \* doner  I* li, A>' (renin, 111,).  I������. B.���������No ooultery bonk tella u������ nnythlnit  . ,1.1., ���������>,\,\*���������t Kt 1on������f nmio 1bnl wo  Juive, ' 1*. 1* A.  Yet If I hnd room I could copy from  Common Sonne In tho Tlousoholil, p-jb-  IIbIuhI Ihlrty y������nrn ago, a reolpo for  augar-eured Iuiiiih, Just a������ thoy nro put  up In old Virginia to thin very day,  I oondeiiHo tha formula to k'vo you an  iiloa of how to do It. Hero Ih the reolpo  for tho plskln In which the ham In laid  fni* a. f.ii-ft'lK-ht or mirn nfl������r It. I."  "trouti'il" wllii a dry rub ^f snlt:  ISlRhtv potindH of meat, 2 ouarta and  I pint ''->f f 1 n^ naif, I pnim.1������ it mifrnr  or 1 quirt of the h*nt molatwea, 3  onnr.M of fliiltpeter.  Tho moat la packed in layers In a  bimel, 2 quarts of salt atrewed ixslwocn  these, and left to mako Itu own brine.  This, as It oozes from the' meat, Ih  drawn off through the bunghole and  poured back ln cupfuls over the hams,  ,i,\t the end of the fortnight (or Hlx-  teen day.) wash off tho pickle and dip  ��������� each ham, while wet, In bran, to form  .a.-cryat und prevent tho oRcape of thu  JuIcoh, Then hung In* the smoao of  Hmolderlng hickory chips nnd .awuust,  Tho'lira mu.t-iiiot go :oai, 'neither inin*t  It blaze. It 'should Hmolder tor n month.  At the end tit Unit tlipo tnko down tne  hums, bi'iiwli off lhe brine;- o*xiimliin  closely to make Hiiro thorn are no "Hklp-  pern" In tlio meat, and how up I" uoarau  muslin or Hallulnth, , (>at this with a  mixture of Iioohwox and roaln and luuig  Iii a dry, cool plaoo,  .Moat prdiorved In this way, will knop  jiweot for yearn; Tho Juntly eololiriilod  "flmlthdold liatiiH", are cured Hum,  , In the book from which thin an 111 pen-  alum of tho procoHH Im talten two pituoa  aro dovotod to the dotallH of curing  pork, * The reolpen are heirloom., and  HeaHonnd by a century of iiHuue,  Truss for a Little Boy  I rend In Iho iCxolihnRO miiiii* weolia' auo  , tnnt.n woman offored a littlo,laiy'a hiuk  to uny ono who need. Il,  .    I havo a littlo no|ihow who hn* boon rup-  tlirod |.ver ulnoo' ho won 11 baby.   A������ .llioro  In a Int-uo family or ohllilroii, eight In ull,  wo .ouiil never buy a trunM - for the lltilo  follow.   I Hlmuld lie very  Kind to ������i*t llils  ono,   Vlofiwi lot mo hour mnn you by return until.       ; ,,  I  Inoloao' cnnl /nr rniily; ,  M11, II,, I'*, ,1. (Choyonno, Wyo,).  Ah lmppdnn ho often that wo have.  ooiiHod to bo hui'jii'Imoi] tliei'oiit, you  forgot to Ini'kiHP.oaril or ntunip, Still  we arn IntnrnMlod in tlm hoy, and wo  MIlUUIll IlltVll UIIHWUIDd Uy lllilll Willi-  nilt ilclnv If vnii fidd flven Iho iiU'li'i-  ture of tho iioi-Hon ofroiing the ituhh.  ,Wo luive limi diaoiiH of tlitwn, llr������t and  liiHt, and wo Index alphabotloally  liundr.dM of new inMn-HMoa ovory  tyoolc. You hoo how illlflctilt II would  bo for iid.to verify the donor of tho  article you would llko to get.   Lot tin  ii..', I.       U.U      M^ll.tUllv,       rtllO      tlil-lliM-      .1  Htainpod and aolf.addruHHod mtvolopi,  and V>i) will do our boat for tho hoy.  To Mrs, i A, C.  ���������KT-apa,    1  nvtn makn ei>ir,fort������ii'i������ <>f ������  tlothlnf that la not very tmdiv ���������* orn.  Mra, o; K. II. (Van Wert, ta.V  A* you did not lnclone .1 ������umj< for  roply, we are compelled to notify "Mrn.  Jl. A. C." In this way of your duptro  and need, Otherwise, you would have  had, an earlier reply, nnd by'''mall.  Should tho owner nf thu calico bits  have disposed of thorn bo fore thin mcotH  her eye, will nnt othor readers Hiippiy  the wont of tlio hard-working woman  who appeals for whut nobody olxo  needs? Send to mo for her niiilniHH-  lauluHliig u aiumped and .olf-uiklreHsi'tl  onvolopo, A L'-com Ntniiip |h a bagatello  to each pf you. .Multiply It dally liy  llfty, and count up ���������the day. oi tlio  week, month und year, If ion would  oo.iiprohoiid the drain upon editorial  funds whon this reasonable rule In  habitually neglected,  And afu'i' 'writing, "InoloHoil pleum)  Ilnd Htampod and Holf-aihlroHHod nn-  volopu for reply," look again at tho  onvolopo to malto miro that you put tho  HtiMiip on,  Picking Wild Ducks  Knowing tlmt many ooohn-nmiiietir and  lii'iife-mloiiiil���������illHllltii in preparo wild iluoka  for ronHtlng, I nhoul'1 llko to autnnlt, tlm  lucloaeil metliod, which mrikoa pieklllK  iluoka it nI mil It- nnd onay tunli,  It may bo uf into to ilioao who would  ru 1 Imr throw a. iluek nwny than prepare It  for cooking.  To Pick Wilt! Bucks  Itemove llio lioavli-Ht and longoat fontliora  In thn umial niiuoioi-; cut off thn horn] nml  wing*. Melt ft enko of imralllno In a deep  pull nr olh'T voaaol, Imp eiit-h ,dnok In  llm molted pnrnlllno, lining 11. Kiiiinti to ifi-t  It under thu wIiiiih, l^t thn lilidu lio In  llio , piii'itllluo until 1 hln Iiiii-iIiiiih, Then  Hi-rniif nil tha piunilluit off wllh a dull  knife,    You  will  then   littvn n.iluek  nliau-  l.t    I.-     fy, IV    ,   ..      \    ..  . .  ,.,      f.  .,,,,,��������� ,        , ,.  nml in perfect cmidltlnn,!  I!    V,   V   nm'ulb   Mlmv>  I'lvory conk known nnd roonlla gronn-  liiKly the toillotiH IhihImi-hh of flilillng  thu Imdy of wild 01* iiinu- dii'dia of tlm  rpiao, lino iliiwn whloh protect a llio under part tif tlio witicii'iwl fijin wot aH  effnolimlly aa If It woro Inonaod In 11  inoolilntnah.    Tho  liii-i-rii-iu-  d'-vli-o inbl  inline    i|������    li v    it    ' l Uim'11, un-    liiciiliirl    ill  the l-;vohitni.o Im u im m in ihowe, who  1 ln-o tho wiv-iry hltil -and who dnea nnt?  It la a prime fnvoiin* lu my liouaehnld,  Yet I ii'.ver Itennl until now nt tho  ploklng-mnde-oitHy hcIioiiio Jmro tlr-  iaPcd.  Home Offered  We tdiniild be ������iaii |0 )t<������r from you  wllh regard lo tlie lady Wim wlahei to  Kit n lilm tinine In 11 iirlvali- fiitntlv,  ll.itii m������ imt ilirm, nf n������ lit iti*-family,  and It would be pliawim In linve it  (loan, "nice" pcrinn to help my wife, t  would Huaranii-e her 11 ki-'mI biune, I  *tioulil Ilka to know wt what religion the  la and hor ni?<*, I'lenno Ut nte hour fram  you 11a aoon iih poimlbk'., .; ,..���������,,_ ,  ' ,),  II, A.  (Weal  I'hlllldelplila), '  As you do not-. Inelpao * n atamp for  a roply, 1 lake ilils' method of making  your wltfh known. .-''.,  Ah you do not give iho addre.H of the'  pci-Hon applying for tha poHlilon^-ihut  Ih, tho lnlllalH Hlgned to tho letter convoying hor wlHheH���������i miiHt trimt to the  chanoo of the right person seeing your  note In reference 10 the H.inie, I xii-Miui  llko to ho of Hnp'li'ti lo both partleH, bin  UiIh lo nol priici Inn bio without moro  dolinllo Inf.rniatlon. Wo hnvo not time  to look up loltoiH publlH-IU'i) In narller  Ibhuoh of the KxoliaiiKo, ami our Index  nf aildiONHOH Ih arranged iilphubotlr-iilly.  If canoHpiiiidi'titH would intt'io u iitental  note of tlu-Hii Hoihn of lufornui-tlon,  imu'li annoyance and time will be h pur ml  to all i-oiiconiod,  J am est own Weed   ���������  I rond In, 11 Umlavlllo paper lnat ���������nm-  nior tin nrtlelo liendetl "l-Mvitk Fiirmlnu "  In llila It win aalil ihat' "jlmaun weed"  may Im railed with mom, f.,.|m* uavd aa  n driiit. Alio, Unit a wnauiii In cull-  forniii aolla (lie aoeda nt t'i an ouneu,  i.:nn you tell mo If tbli bu litio, ,������ud tha  lilt010 or  the  llrtil  tliat  buy* tlie  hK'iIV  If 1 nm tidnilitnd to your Family. I will  eoinii it Kit 111 With uotiio hnilueliold liluta  Unit may bji tiatful ut Uiu lixuhunai,  Mill, M, J. O. (A K������I)tUCliy Iloillewlfe).  BiiHlnofH nildroa.oH aro not inlmlitod  to tho lOxohnngo. Nor do I bollovo that  tho wood montlonod ovor IhIiikm tho  prloo you nmno. Hut tho i-ui-ntiou ih  milllclontly Inton-utliig to engago 0111'  thoiiHhta and to bo *mn.������e<l over to nur  ugrloiilturlaiH. Tho Jiuiii-kIiiwii weoil���������  ho cnlloil bocauao It grow In  profuaion  In    ninl    ni-nmii*     1iMi,.utn\en    ������-li������ii    tlm  Ural colony was * umi'iiillHlicd un 1110  .to mt- r'vir Vif -i'.!',-]1'-1'!.' t>rii*iort'(-'  Tlio IndlariH niailo IuvIhIi tmo nf It In  Mitlvi-M .uni nlninaiitH, ond Miiiiitod llio  drlod loitvoH for -mino dboinlt'i'H, I  rf-.iillei-i M-i'liig, in joy girliiiioil, tlio  I'liliiri-il pi-opli' hull It down In Itrd Ij  n i*roonlnh ixiulo which waa In graut ro.  i|i|i-s|   fur  uliera  ninl  <>rii|iiloiiH,    It   la  'Hl*V������_    \llMl     ,;i'      ,-rt.l',    ,..v     ,,,,      iim.l:    I'i  iiimnifive, I'ummanilln.; fniiuKitm prlcoa.  Will   nomo   nf   our   ro:n|i������ra   who  are  vf-riod   In   "fniik   f.'irmlng"   Infuini   uh  fnrthor u������*, to tho vli'tues of th" wood?  Rose Reads  _ Vftata favor me wltb a m-ltm for mak-  Ina roue h< ada,  ..Mm.   A.  VV    H,  (l.i,ii   Ai |p������,  iVil.i.  An I fmvft a very Im-zy ld<a of what  VOll mi'Mil bv "rune In ,'i<K" I inn iil.Hoe I  to rrter IbO utmrv to thouo l.eit.r n.'.  vlaed tinoti Iho aiih.vft lli.itt mv*i*lf. I  ah.ttl ������*i glail'to pnbllah the formula  whin I ,_**t St, H_| fcWflMWI-tarttlWM.il.a  I  i m. i ii  in 11 "   ���������  .-_������������ ���������������>,. ��������� -i.  .* "WwwaM  mxr* yc.Tvt^Dtw-vsBaaWa*^"  '-������������������ITURE STORE If  *ma**m.*s*v**-an**0axn\*m-***'  N i-AV STOCK  ���������OF ���������  LACE CURTAINS  ���������CHE NEWS, CUMK.l_Rl.AMI). BRITISH COLUMBIA-  - *     .  ...    _.__._. _.    ___.   _.������__. _,���������������������������_, __���������   _,   _   ���������   ���������   ���������   ___ ____rt_rr ___"*������������������-*- *<���������**���������*���������������'���������    'Tr1"*^"       "  at^.W. o-B������aN������)WWW  FRILLED MADRAS  PLAIN ������  SCRIMS and MUSLINS  COURTENAY LOTS  FOR SALE  $150 UP. EASY TERMS.  Bush and Farm Lands,  Sea and River Frontage  BEADNELL & BISGOE,  Real Estate Agents   Offices: PHONAEN60^SrA������  ���������iMwtawi  A Choice Assortment, with a  full range of prices.  gatnoi!saxSmXaaatMm*m\.imm*.f  HE SHALL At-iiic  Each springtime v-'e ivmember  the voice tbat annouiic*rd a res-  iirrecii"U  in which   we  see  the  promise of a resurrec"i-<n   for  all  mankind.    From th-..* I'ii-st Kast-  er to this oue, made holy by  the  flames ol' countless  mariyrdoms.  made more holy by th*. liu-mories  of those deathbeds  ou-r  which  vou yourself have le-uied I'ovnatch  *' ���������   ���������       ���������  hope from the arms oi  despair,  the promise has lx-eu passed  from dying hand to d* ing hand  It has made you, yon believe,  immortal���������but ha\e vou ever  ��������� thoroughly realized ihat it has  given immortality to those whom  you hate, those whom -you scorn,  those whom you do nor t-ven effectively believe to be human? JJIf  it has given you a soul, it has  robbed you of the privilege of  forgetting   the   souls   oE    your  AaMeKIMNON  !  MclJhce Block, Cumberland KB  t(aiKyt������aa__a__j_KH_-ia������Bn������Bi^^  City Council  The City Council mot iu rcgu-  1m* session on Monday evening,  there being present. Aldermen  Willard, Maxwell, IVnhain, Stew-  art and tlio Mayor.  The minutes of previous meeting wore read and adopted.  i  Accounts:  Islander $5 00  A. Mold n non    88.55  B. C. Gazette      5.U0  C. H. Tavbell ,     5.00  Eleo. Light....;....    38.40  Constable Gray's report:  Scavenger .$109.50  Night Watchman    07.00  Road Tax    54.00  Police Court      8 00  Dog Tax  ; 7.00  Sam plo Room.......     4.00 ,  Scavenger Buckets..������ "      fiO' ���������'  Hall Kent    40.00'  Chairman Maxwell of Board of  tellows.    "If iye  then   be risen Works, reported thu they intend  with Christ," you   have  got  to  remember somethin g big her than  your own comfort; yon have got  to remember the mon id needs of  your immortal companions; man  shall arise.  ed starting work on Allen avenue  on Tuesday."  a  Aid ernfair W i I 15 r d" re ported "on  alleys being cleaned ujk  The mayor reported on voters  'list, that they were   working   on  Or, you don't believe it.   You'snmP. an,i wollM  rePovt ut   next  believe iu our three  secre  years  aud ten, and no more. The  candle is snuffed ou', and its  light is nowhvre. Still less, then,  can you escape your duty. If  your single life is honied in the  frail vase of the finite, then indeed, is the finite charged with  infinity  chance  meeting.  T. E. Bate on behalf of the  Citizens League addressed tho  council r������ invitation to Vietoria  Board of Trade to visit this ciiy,  and liopcd jrhat the council would  see its way clear to take the matter up, The mayor addressed the  This is your only eoiineil in the matter, stilting tlmt  Whatever of evil  you i^������������y expected   about   twenty   to  do cannot be.undone; whatever  of good you mean to do cannot  be postponed to au eternal-to.  morrow If you are to help  man, you must help him-now.  Believer   or  unbeliever,,   you  ���������must, then,   lend your baud to  all those millions of hands that  are slowly raising the burden of  onr common lot.   There isuiuch  to do, but wu are doing it.    Our  political system is dishonored,  but it wili be cleaned,  aud  you  can help clean it.    Our souls are  weak with oppression, but they  will be made sitou-.;,  and you  may help strengthen them,   The  big fact ol  social  evo'utiou you  cannot deny; your duly in regard  to it you cannot evade.     Our  social body "is H"V/ii iu corruption; it is raised iu incorrupt ion:  it is sown in dit-huuor; it is raised  iu glory: it is sown in weakness,  it is raised iu power.''  Wha.ever happens in another  world, in this one. from the protoplasm to your own cerebrum,  we arc marching lonuiid; thro'  despotism and icpul'iiesinism we  are plodding toward ihe Democracy of Man. which i** the Kingdom of Oad   i. Man shall arise.  ���������-  ..,.<-iii'.*'i_!i>..ii  i\.',ig,..z,ine  i'OusAi.K-*A  lliiiiio coUii'JV  ���������iiiiniod on tlie. I'l-iii* i' i.f Dcrwi'iit  AviMi'MWtud Ti'b'd St, Well fen-  i-ci), I'm* funiair paittcuiars rip  y'y V A'.'K'r io|.( t'liiiiliril.-tt:)!,  i', i . >.  visit Comox and Courtenay, am  askid that the eouucil  extend an  invitation to the board. Aid.  Willard also spoko in favour of  samo, nnd moved that citiiiinU  teu from the eonnc.il be appoint  od io act with coininit'eo of Oil-  i/.eiiR League. This committee  was appointed, consisting of Al-  doi'mun Willard, Stewi-rt and thu  mayor.  'Communication from Citizens  Lenguo re extension of city limits  was on motion laid, over until  next meeting,  Council adjourned.  WANTED���������A few gentlemen  boarders in private family, Apply this ollico.  11ETIUTNG FUOM BUSINESS  SALE, Consisting of 8"'ing ntng-  ing, ladderu, step ladders ������fe   etc.  TI, J, Theobald.  ,.u" ���������<.'  The ltoyal Bunk of Canada  wishes to inform the public, that,  if lni������ hfipw tho e.iistnm for veiirs.  for bnnlcn tn nlh'-w joint in*, oiint.  tu he opened in the nuiuii of two  or mors persons, to ho operated  by nny ono of thi'iii, ������nd in the  event of death to i������e puid to the  survivor. This practice is not a  now idea as many of the old timers  here can alFirm, they having op-  orated m-ronnlc in fh.'if, m-uirier  for year*- with us.  Mr Ii. W. Biiilcyof Va-i.ouvor,  ".-���������!' i"i   to.nl ]:i *t **'..; ���������:: <:������������������: u,   hv.i.l  COMMUNICATIONS.  Kditor of Nuws���������-  The dilemma of the council in  regard to the proper policing of  the city is the inevitable result  of an  impossible arrangement  When an arrangement was made  with certain  citizens by which  they should voluntarily contribute tp  the  salary  of the night  constable,   no  great  amount  of  wisdom was  needed   to foresee  that as soon as  that constable's  duties    led him     to   interfere  with those on  whose voluntary  contributions his support/depend-  ed there would be trouble.   That  trouble has arrived  ou  schedule  time-     The constable, charged  some of the hotel-keepers with  infringement of the law.    Those  so charged   have   retaliated by  refusing   to contribute    further  to his support, and now demand  that there be no night constable  to spy upon them    during    the  hours of darkness.    And ���������here  is the Big   Stick!��������� they   will  UOt' giye.anythiug   toward    the  support of   a    night ' constable.'  A'night watchman    musr    not  have any power to   make   any  arrest, whatever crime It*   may  see, or the city    shall    not get  any, .fmanoial ___.aid ..f_roni__.the.in.   No one is surprised at the  position they take. It is the  logical outcome of the situation  But here is the surprise. Immediately that these gentlemen-  make the demand, the whole  council and board of police  co-mmis siouers are thrown into  confusion, and some cry one  tiling ana some another. Sbmt  even hold up. their hands helplessly to these dictators, and  dare fo suggest leaving'the city,  witlwnt a night constable, because these hotel keepers . ask  it. Of all absurdities this  would be the limit; for a city  to employ a uightwatchman,  and refuse to invest him with  the authority even of a" special  constable. Most private com������  panics employing nightwatch.  men on their own premises are,  careful to invest them with  such authority to make them  effective. Yet it is suggested  that our city be left without  i*uch protection, because, forsooth, some, hotel-keepers have  refused to contribute to the  constable's support! When was  it ever heard that the city con*'  trol was so publicly handed  over to such dictators ?  What shall "be done? Simply  cut the Gordiau knot. Be independent of the control of any  .sucn voluntary contributors. Apr,  point such authority as is necessary for the proper enforcement of  the law and the peace of the  city by night as well as by da,v  and pny h* >t out of the public  funds.  Critic  ������?������igX8)������@X&<M^ ,  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made   *������ Order  from S20 to S35 - All Work First. Class   ,  cnanataetuirep of  MINERAL    WATERS  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  ^yWWWVWWW^^^A   |^*^*M*A������WV*A*A>V*A  K. AIDA  Merchant  TAILOR  Bonora Block  P.O. Box 432  Phone   2-8  CUMBERLAND  HAVE  YOUR  PHOTO  TAKEN!  ���������AT���������  Powell's SStudio.  Work guaranteed.  Prices reasonable.  B* Cloutier,  General Blacksmith  LADIES' TAILOK-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OmDE TO   ORDER AND  IN ANY STYIiE YOU U11S8.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prioes From $20 to $40.  CUM BERLAND,  B. C.  LOST, STUAYEI) Oil STO-  T VV__..\   ImtM't* cilili.   ������������������nilin (fnir  ****** r>v  answering to tlio nam*.1 of Sliep,  from Courtonny, on Sunday, the  :2nd, inst. Anyono harboring  saniy, will ho prosecuted according  to law.  Hugh Morrison,  Courtenay, Ji. C.  -***���������  i'������.  ��������� i'tU.^'i. u>������.ii>.r v*..j.'iiiv������_r.  t, will bo  !,i Vi. K><v. y������-  ��������� t ..������������������i.*i.:*..'_.������i;'.; i*��������� ������������������    > -��������� 'i.'*'.  Aj.u'l I'Jih, to iiiind. iiicliisivu,  #tllllillllrtlHIM^^ \  1 Capital $6,200,000. Reserve $7,200,000  |  j   The Royal Bank of Canada,   |  ~ DRAFTS   ISSUED IN  ANY~CttttRENCY.   PAYABLE   ALL ������  OVER.THE WOULD. j  m SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest g  1 at highest Current Raiee allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards. ���������������  I CUMBERLAND, B. C., Branch, Open Daily. |  J COURTENAY,   3.0, [.Sub-Branch,   Open Tuesdays and g  | FRIDAYS. 1  I UNION WHARF, B. C,   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays. ������  1 ���������  I  1 H. F. MONTGOMERY, Manager. j  %imiiniiii'M^  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  s  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  Horseshoeing- a Speci-ilty.   ���������   ���������-*���������-  ���������  ���������������������������*��������� ���������   " ������s  Third Ave., Cumberland  Obituary.  The death of Mrx,   Dunn,  wife  of WiUon Dunn of the  News office, which occurred  at  the hospital laat Saturday  morning,,  has  cast a gloom over the entire community.    It is only a little over a  year ago, that sho camo among u.s  from   Victoria,   a   hridn.    Aa a  member of the  Methodist church  .ho joined  heartily   in  its social  aud religious life, aud made'many  EmikU hy her quiet  kindly helpful iicsk,    Last Sunday til'iornoon,  Easter Sunday, at two o'clock her  friends here paid their lust tribute  of respect iu a brief memorial service conducted in the undertaking  parlors hy liev, 11.  C. Freeinon.  It was most titling that the Kit.tor  Hope should  enter.largely  iuto  tlio spirit of tho service,    From  the parlors the cn.--.kut was convoyed to tlie train, en route to  Victoria, to hu  interred  among her  relatives in Koss Bay cemetery on  Tuesday.    A number of sympathising friends accompanied  tho  sorrowing huHhunu and little Irene  as far as Union wharf ou their sail  journey.  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  =V. BOftORft  Ulholesale Dealer'in "������������������WINES, HIQUOR fit BEER.  J������. O. BOX 482  PHONE 20.,..  CUMBERLAND  Mrs, J. .14, Bennett of Vancou  ver airived   hy Saturday's  boat,  and is the guest of Mr uud Al jx.  L. A. Mounce,  *..si  The longer you live the more you learn.  I, think you were all satisfied with your .bargains last  .month and learned where to save money ou your feed.  I am sorry there was not enough to go nround, but  there is MORE ON THK WAY that I will sell at  priees that will soon learn you that the more ygu feed  the quicker your bank account will grow.  Winter'will soon be oyer, aud Til tell you how to  make another saving. Take a peiicil and figure up  tlie quantity of seed you will require fo<* your spring ,  work and send the result to me. Do this now while  you think of it and I will make you a saving of from  )<i to i cent a pound on nuy kind of field seed you re- .  quire.    Don't forget the address���������.  A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   - Courtenay, B.C  DttAUCR IN"TOim AN!) FI.KD  e  mmVL  _-S-__������������-_--Q iC-fl __-_n_I!--_-M-M_-3 E^k  BICYCLEi  I  A petition to tho Minister of  Lards and Works, roqueting tlmt  u road bo constructed from Cumberland to dove Creek, Iiiik beeu  placed iu this olllee for signatures,  ��������� _milll_^_mm,mm_m^_^_m_^mmmt  A very large assortment of CliTl  dreiih Sail<.������rs and Tnm.**,for ������-j������rijjg.  with jiricos uio.*-t r**Jf.soiiable at  the Uig ������S'ore,  Kirmer English $35    .  Standard Canadian $35  Humber English $45  Massey-Harris Canadian $45  Enfield Knj������lish $66  Singer English $65  Massey-Oushion   Canadian $65 .  Singer 3 speed      English $Ko  Singer De Luxe    English $90  Beeston Humber  English $100  One, Two aud Three Speeds added  to  nny machine ot extra cost,     Send for  Catalogue,  "T"L__I-^N<____    C__)I   S WA I   tmT\/  I     I     l\t*f atmmtt       I        \mmt I IVI lawn Um    I    )  OFriCCANO STORE 1205 LANCLEY 3T..\ilr,Trtn. .      t_> /-���������  GAfiAar. 727 JOHNSON GT,. VIUIUNIA,    n5.t_.  ������������������If you get ii at Plituley's it's au. utoiiT.*'  tyX p s ��������� Wn T>o TtApniritifr JW  H^h. immivmiimmmrmVKi '_fuat'-Jm**x*va*mmwt^'w*m^iwv,)tm a_-*Z#  ^Tl. r&i iiw mniiirnrn" liriniin**' -"- -'"rririri in mMttiiwwMMg.Jiirr  i  <  _. mm a������.as^y'_���������____!M ;___2_ -__  _a_m_t_t_t_t_t_m_t_t_m_m_im_m_m_mm

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