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 yV\..  .'<&*'  I   *'  I 1  v*Si  ---j.**-*1 *_*'��������� i *-���������  ;"*..'><.*("/C*  ^:  >?.  ..._���������'  < ,VV ^. *��������� * * V*  /  }f  ''������������������^y:'*,J"'/u":  ff^,  *?,*V.;,, v-  lm^'-^^^t%^ry  (!���������      -1>     ���������  4f  /, :v  7 ��������� c4/tf.O  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District.  The News, Nineteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B..C.,   TUESDAY, MARCH 14, :9ii  ScBscRirTiON Sj.oo a Year  *. w  The Stone  of Quality  THE BIG STORE  miIiL_IJ-4Ef*Y  OPEfllfiGS  PAY-DAY.  We extend a Cordial Invitation (\  to all to visit our'Show-rooms  and.see our display of  SnmutPii anii JFanlnuu SjatH  the newest and,daintiest  of Spring Creations.  ���������. Jew Spring Goods srriviag Dniy.  All We ask you is that you examine our lines before buying.  No trouble to show goods*  ...-,���������. ~.      . .���������    .      ,'" *><  Our Aim is to Give SATISFACTION.  \ffmaiaj*iajasM*aa^e*^^  -SiftonJLeiser 8c Co.$ Ltd  Dunsmulit* Ave.,  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES  ^a������aa**a*****a*aaaa������������ti������^tat:aaa*aaAa****Mt*i>.  *  i  THE CORNER STORE  Cumberland.  MAROGCHI BROS  1  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents fov Pilsener Hrewing Company's BEER  ���������Wholesale. Dealers^, in all Kinds of  Wines and "Liquors.  Place your Xmas orders for Shortbread,1 Fruit Cake   and  '   ���������       Fruit Loaf NOW.    '  SECOND    STREE  n*Mtli*au*aa\^Mt*JVa^*avf^^  How Ohuraoter Ir Formed.  A problem playlet of unusual  interest dealing with.the mooted  question "Is:Character'Inheiited  or Formed through Association  aiid Environment?" The picture  proves the latter contention.  'llio tlocibr believes cluimciec Is herccl-  itnry, Ins youn^ reporter friend th.U it is  formed bv imorliutan und environment  Uy h coincidence two dentils occur in ri  hospital���������one the wife of a thief, and the  otner the wife of n wealthy refined man  ���������both mothers of new bom babes, On  nn ImptilBo ihe reporter secretly clinnKcs  tlie clothing of the infant's, nnd the mil-  llonnire'it danuhter M.irKh.et is vniserl by  crurum.ln, wnd the thief's diuiithier Maxie  In. brought up in an atmosphere of refine-  ment. Twenty yearn elapse mul we find  M.uie a gentlewoman and Miirgaict the  companion of outlaws of society. With u  male ,p'nl* Margaret plans tb . burglnme-  iVliuie'-f home, *iu<i i* i*ouuilc*l .tini *.-������p-  lured. The rciionti" who bn������ idmnni'for  gotten tbe incldenf'of changing tho bitble.*'  is with tbo doctor when the call comes to  the boipitiil, and recognises the tmnicf.  As '.Margiiret expires he discloxes thu  secret to the doctor nnd the two decide  to guard il sicrediv.  A Cheyonnfl'S Love for <i Sioux,  A romance which plunged two Indinn  " nation* into a deadly war. Owatah, the  diuigoif.r of Dig Thunder, a Sioux Indian  .chief, falls in love with VVaobomiu, son  cf hunted t*oit, leader of the C'licyennca  The match i* opposed bv the ,-irln father  Mid .bcr elopement -ind t-iirmiii .-onv.it  the pith of Cupid into n biuilclield in  which the Sioux are defeated nud liiu  Thunder captured, Given the choice m  being treated ns a pridoiiur of war [which  ni-Hiw de.uhj or as an agreeable laiber-  law, he accepted tbe latter role, the pipe  of jiuui) is .ttuiUd, and all ends h;ti*-'iiy.  At the Citv Hill VVednesd<y und Thursday u> cuing*.  Furniture and Household  SUPPLIES  *?~Z _&-____    -'���������?'���������<-%  _       Tf-'r" *���������'  ��������� ~~_: __r>-*--  JEr :���������. /1  , ���������������������������.?���������,���������  Wallpaper  Paints  Varnish  Oils' Etc.  th  3S1^S  MzdSft  ���������       AL m  TRY THE  The Magnet Cash Stor e.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  Our Scummer Suits are    at  hand.      Quality  and  Prices  are Right,  *i  Y M.R.O. DEBATE.  The debate ou the propos������d  Ucciprocity Bill created considerable enthusiasm among the mem  ber* of the Y.M.R.C. at" the  Methodist Church last Thursday  evening, Mr. Graham Williams  ledpffinexcellent form in support of ihe Hill and was ably seconded by Mr Shaw. But Mr A,  I), Boyer iu opposition innde  some very hard hits, and Mr Sid  dall, from his experiente on the  Atlnntic coast, adduced some further points for thenegative that  wore hnrd to answer. The light  vein of humor the leaders maiiii-  fested iii .summing np was much  appreciated. The judgment in  favor of the affirhiativc" did not  seem to meet with universal approval but all realised the judges  h.vu u uuacuU U.k, .uiu i 1uc Iu.cim  took their defeat with their best  grace.  n i  ��������� '��������� i' mi. m in  We regret ro leant that Dr.  MacNaughtou has been obliged  to go to Vancouver to undergo  an operation fur nppcudiciiis.  We trust the .doctor will make a  speedy recovery.  lilr.G.W. Clinton   nu<J   Mr.  Wilt.r Clinton arrived   home   by  .Tuesday's boat.  er  Diflloeee his Identity to Large Audi-  once in Cumbdrland Ball  "The Midnight Philosopher,"  (Colin Campbell) of Courtmiay,  B.C., addi'esscil a large audiuiicei'  on Sunday afternoon in the" Cumberland Hull on Socialism. Mr,  Win. 'Mnjcw.ell. a well 'known Soei  uliet acted as chairman, aud after  a few introductory romarks, culled  upon Mr. Canipboll to address  tlio gathering. Mr. Campbell's  iitldross was along tlio old  Social  istic lilies,' tho capitaltsb class and  the workers. Ko new light was  thrown upon tlio subject by tlu-  speaker, and if ho had any, it whs  certainly hidden under a bushel.  Mr.,Canipboll h������sii very good doll very, ntul if ho (lid not exhibit  so much sorrow iu his^voieo when  speaking of the downtrodden work  Ijigmaii; would bein rather interesting speaker, lie also failed to  enthuse, and that is tho aim of  nil political Hpoukors. Mr. Max-  well wo eonuidor is n bettor speaker along Socialistic linos than Mr.  Citmpoll, simply becanso ho knows  moro about the subject, and can  interest and enthuse an iuvMoih'O.  Wo must eoufoi-R that wo woro  dieappuink'd at Mr. Campbell's  maiden effort, but perhaps we ex���������  pueteil too much,  , The Unites Aid of Grace  Mothoilist church will hold their  annual sale of '"ork on Tuesday  iiftemoon, March Sift, and a jjnm  concert on Weduesilay evening.  The' ladies have made extensive  preparations for this, thoir annual  event, which promises to eclipse  any previous efT*������rt, Iteinombui  lliiinMiid plaert, Oiimberlnnd Hall,  Tiiesiluy afteinoon and  Wodneo-  day evening, March 2]st and 22nd.  .': MrJacX^hompsou wishes; us  to stkte ihat he did hot intend  any offence to the churches when  he put up the cup as the prize to  be contested for by two young  men, oue from the Methodist  young men's club and one trom  the Presbyterian young men's  club. He says he is a churchman  hinise.it and has every respect for  all religious bodies. . MrThoinp  son regrets, the statement as appearing iu the "Islander," that  the contest would be under the  patronage of the Presbyterian and  Methodist churches, and regrets  the construction that has been  placed upou it, for such was not  the case, He also wishesto express his regrets at the occurrence  and to state that he has withdrawn the cup,  On account'of Friday, April  l*ith, being Good Friday and a  Dominion Dank Holiday, the  Hoyal Dank o( Canada's Sub.  Branch at, Coiirrenny will be .���������Josnd  on that d y, hut will opiiu on  Saturday f������r the <ir>ual hours.  The   following   goods   have  arrived  and are in  the best  of condition.* -.-,;:  Laces and Embroideries,  Ginghams, Prints, Vestings,  Summer Dress Goods, Etc.  a.  t>tirvmair A-H.  Cumberland-  ���������  I   J. N. McLEOD,  THrrarNADK  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD��������� D.C.L,Prc8IDENT  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager ..*  capital; i' $iordoo,ooo ~ rest; - 57,000,000  , y in. ' '. -    <���������������������������  THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $i and  upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates. Tliere is no  delay in withdrawing the whole or, any portion of the deposit. Small  deposits arc welcomed;- 23-������  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or, more persons, to be  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor. A joint account  of this kind saves expense in establishing the ownership ol tho memy  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide, for  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH W. T.  WHITS, MR.unG������r  Don't forget tlio Firemen's  Masquerade Hull, to he held in the  Cuniherhmd hull on the evening  or Marli J7th. Thia proniiees to  he the evont of tho season.  Tho engftffemont hus heen announced of Alius Mnoguorilo Lit  tie, danghtei of Mr. nnd Mr**. V.  D. .Little, and Mr. DoHpurd Twifjc;  harrUter, of Victoria,  SiindityV   otil^oin'jj   mail  olowi iti future at 2 15 t������, in.  will  Tho Canadian IJimk of Com-  liaoi'fle hiw.removed, to their now  preniifies,  Millinory Opening* at Tho Big  Sto'roon  Sutiinliiy  next   Allure  cordially invited to visit tho show  roonii', "  Don't Neglect  Your Dress.  ��������� Mr, P. Acton arrived hoi-ii..,!,  ���������Sunday from a ii hufiisu.?!- !���������; v,  Victoria and Vnnoo'jwr,  The nevci-t ot iliiir/. <..���������������*,'  wear for ludi-.fi, jiut f.iie.i.-'.., r.  The Big Sr<ire,  -4*. ���������  Mrs, ilolm T<*rfttno will |. -���������������.  oariy in May on up extended.vi^ii  to rolutiyoii and Iriondo in the uid  Country.  Whon in need of wall piippr,  loco curtain*, linolouiiift, ru^e,  tapoutrieH and curtain nitmlinfi, to  help in the spring hous cleaning,  a call at The P-ifl Store will eiifiily  nolvo the prolilent, The largest  and ntofitup-tn dat������ stock iu Cusn-  horlaud,  Afr. A. II.   Pcii.'ey  nnd  fimiily  iiri'ivuil home hy Friday'������ boat.  Mcn'.s wijuiii^ clothes ready  for the nian who appreciates  a styli.sh��������� jrood-fitting suit.  The unci nun >u kind of  clothes thut are built with as  much care as any custom*,  tailored unit���������carefully woik  ed stitch hy stitch, inside and  out.  SIB. $18.50. $20. S22.5C.  AND $25.O0.  Our Stocks of Siirinjj Mer.  chnudHc arc neaving cutu-  pletiou every day.  New Shocij in   Tan   and  T*������������,t.,.,*   I ........  "..,  -1 f'V i    ���������  1 ���������   .. .  . .. .* ..%   . ...    .  .*..v*   .. '...'Y^s*,* ������^,\  very uol>by.  New wanhablt Drcfishnh  rics, Trnumings, l*uces. Uui*  broideties. Net., Ivio,  Our ready.to wc.r Huts for  Indies and tiii.ssc.s have jnAt  nmived and will he un -.ale  for iSatiiTdriv.  i  4__������U������K3aMt������  C.utciicr.i.  AneniMlor tn  Ml'O, (".o���������of Montrenl.  , M;tdc*(o-m������.'*ti*Hie Cloiliing  W������ Ounrnnt^e * fit.  \m*r mammtmnrrmtrT,^  Gapipbel! Bfos,M ���J...   1
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THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Riverman
By STEWART
EDWARD  WHITE
UM-riJht. 1904. by th* HcClur* Com-
���way   Cppyriihl. 1907. 190ft. by
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(Continued.)
The following morning also he ���wns
much encouraged by the -wepti1*-** ��f
hla plan.
"That's four contracts already," said
he, "und three moro practically, a suro
thing. Proctor and Heinzman are
Blower thnn molassw about everything
nod mean as puslcy, and Johnson's up
in the air, the why ho always Is. for
fear some one's going to do him."
Etut Hetnzmnn offered a new problem for Ordt/H considerntlon.
"I haf talked with Proctor." said he.
"and vp like your scbeme. If you can
dellffer our logs here for $2.25, why,
that is bettor ns vp can do it. but how
do ve know you vlll do tt?"
"I'll guarantee to get them here all
right." laughed Orde.
"But what Is your guarantee good
for?" persisted Hoinzniun blandly.
"Suppose the logs arp not dpllffprpd���
���what then? How responsible are you
financially T
"Seventy-five thousand dollars."
"If you vlll give a bond for the performance of your contract." pursued
Heinzman. "that vould be satisfactory."
Orde's mind was struck chaotic by
the request.
"How much of a bond ?" he asked.
"Twenty-fife thousand vould satisfy
us," said Heinzman.
Orde huntpd up Newmark.
"Heinzman has sense." said New-
mark dryly after hearing Orde's story.
"I was wondering if ordinary business
caution was unknown out here."
"Nobody would go on my bond for
that amount."
"Mine either." said Newmark. "We'll
Just have to let them jjo and drive
ahead without them. I only hope they
won't spread the idea. Better get
those other contracts signed up as soon
as we can."
Ordestarted out early the next morn-
"lng^caT^ii^wit^~hiuiniupllcate_con^
tracts.
About 11 o'clock, a clerk of the Welton Lumber company entered Mr. Wel-
tou's private office to deliver to Orde a
note.
"This Just came by special messenger," he explained.
It was from Heinzman and requested nn Immediate Interview. Orde decayed only long enough to get Mr. Wet-
ton's signature, then hastened away.
Heinzman he found awaltlug bim.
"I suppose you would not be prepared to gif a bond."
"I hardly think ho,"
"Veil, suppose ve lis him thia way,"
went on Heinzmnn, clasping his hands
over his rotund stomm-b and beaming
through his spectacles: "I'roctor und I
haf talked It ofer. nnd ve ure agreet
that the probosltlon Is a good one;
also ve think It Is veil to help tho
young fellers along."   He laughed silently in such n manner ns to shake
himself all over.   "Ve do not vlsb to
be too severe, and yet ve must get our
logs on time.   So if you gif us a bond
secured with stock In the new company that would be satisfactory to us."
Orde's face cleared.
"Do you mean that, Mr. Heinzman?"
"Sure!"
"Now, I call that a mighty good way
out!" cried Ordo,
"Maine your contract out ncrordlng
'to these terms, then," snld Heinzman,
handing him a pnpor, "nnd bring It In
Monday."
Ordo glnticed over the slip. It ro-
,cited two und a quarter ns tho agreed
price; hpocIIUhJ the dale of delivery ut
Ilolnzmun and Proctor's booms; named
$20,000 ns the amount, of tho bond, to
bo secured hy $.10,000 worth of atonic
In the new company. ThlH looked flat-
Isfactory,
"Hy   tho  viiy"-the  littlo   German
beamed up nt him, swinging his fat
legs n8 the olllee chnlr tipped bnck-
"you vlll bo selling nomo of tho stoclt
to rnlRP money,   Is It not so?"
"Yos," agreed Orde.
"now much vlll you enpltnllze for?"
,    "A hundred thoiisnnd." replied Orde.
"Voll." mild Uelnziiinn, "ven you put
It on the market come nnd seo mo."
Thnt evening, well nftor (t. Orde re-
turned to Newnmrlt to tnke dinner.
"Well, I've gnt 'em nil," mild Ordo
"It wasn't made oat," Orde reminded him. "I am to bring It lu Monday."
They ate hungrily, then drifted out
into the, ofllce again, where Orde lit a
cigar.
"Now. let's see your tnpmoranda,"
said Newmark.
He frowned over the three simple
Items for some time.
"It's got me." hp confessed.
"What do you mean?" asked Orde in j
surprise.
"It all looks queer to me. Heinz-
man's got something up,, his sleeve.
Why should he take n bond with that
security from uhV If we can't deliver
the logs, our company falls; that
makes the stock worthless; that makes
the bond worthless���just when it la
needed. Of course. It's as plain as
the nose on your face thnt he thinks
the proposition a good one und is trying to get control."
"Oh, no!" cried Orde. astounded.
"Orde, you're nil right on the river,"
laughed .Newnmrk. "but you're a babe
at this game."
"But Heinzman Is honest," cried
Orde. "Why, he is a church member
and has n class, in Sunday school,"
The corners of Newmark's mouth
were twitching quietly with amusement
"Besides, he Is going to buy some
stock," added 0��le after a moment.
"He was blufllng."  said  Newmark,
"because he wanted to find out how
much stock would be issued.   You told
him it would be a hundred thousand
dollars, didn't you?"
"Why-yes. I did."
Newmark laughed.
"So now he knows that If we forfeit
the bond he'll have controlling interest,"  he   pointed  out.    "But  what  I
can't make out is  why  he's so sure
we'll huve to forfeit."
"I think he's just taking a long shot
at It," suggested Orde, who seemed
finally to have decided against New-
mark's opinion.
"Not he.    He has some good reason
for thinking wp won't deliver the logs.
Why does he Insist on putting in a
date for delivery?   None of The others
does."
"I don't know." replied Orde.
. "You  say  you  surely  can  get  the
drive through by then?"
Orde laughed.
"Sure!   Why. It gives me two weeks'
leeway over tbe worst possible luck I
could have.    You're too almighty suspicious. Joe."
Newmnrk shook his hend.
"Yon jet me figure this out." said he.
"But "bedtime ~found-him "wftboot "i.
'solution.    He retired to bis room wader flre of Orde's good natured raillery.   Orde himself abut bis door, the <
smile still on his lips.   With a sigh be j
fell asleep.   Some time in the night he
was awakened by a persistent tapping
on the door.   He Ut the gas and admitted Newmark in bis nightgown.
"Orde," said he briefly, "didn't you
tell  me the other day tbat rollways
were piled both on tbe banks and in
the river?"
"Yes, sometimes," said Orde. "Why?"
"Then   they   might   obstruct   the
river?"
"Certainly."
"I thought so!" cried Newmark, with
ob near an approach to exultation as
be over permitted himself. "Now, Just
one other thing. Areu't Helnzman'Oj
rollways below most of the others?" j
"Yes, 1 believe they arc," said Ordo.
"And, of course.* It was agreed, as
usual, thnt Heinzman was to break
out hla own rollways?"
"I see," .aid Ordo slowly. "You
think bo intends to delay things enough
so wo can't deliver on tbe dnto agreed
on."
"I know It," stated Newmark positively.
"But If he refuses tb deliver tho logs
no court of Inw will"���
"Law!" cried Newmark. "Refuso to
deliver! You don't knoiw that kind.
Ho won't refuso to deliver. There'll
just be a lot of Inevitable delays, and
his foreman will mtsundorstnnd, and
nil thnt."
Orde nodded, his eyo abstracted.
0.
"Hello!" she sold
cheerluUy.
Chapte.
12
S
lUNDAY afternoon Ordo, leaving
Nowmnrk to devices ot his own,
walked   slowly   up   Iho   mult)
street,   turned   to   the   right
down one of tho shnded sldo rosldenco I.w-Mh' gate was reached.
wide spaces.   A womnn, walking slow- (
ly, bent ber head against the. force of,
this wind.
Orde watched her Idly.    He caught
himself admiring the grace of her deft
I and sudden movements nnd the sway
} of her willowy figure.
]     As though directed by some unseen
guide,   her  course   veered   more   nnd
( more until It led directly to the spot
where Orde stood.
When  she wns
within ten feet of
him  she at  Inst
raised   her   head
so the young man
could   see  something besides the
top   of   her  hut.
Orde   looked
plump   Into   her
eyes.
"Hello!" she
Raid cheerfully
nnd unsurprised
nnd sank down
crosslegged nt his
feet.
Orde stood quite
motionless, overcome by astonishment. Her* fuce,
Its long o v n I
framed ln the
bands of the
gray veil and the
down turned brim of the hat, looked
up smiling into his.
"Why. Miss Bishop!" cried Orde, finding his voice. "What are you doing
here?"
A faint shade of annoyance crossed
her brow. ."
"Oh, I could ask the same of you,
and then we'd talk nbout how surprised we are. world without end," said
she. "The Important thing Is thut here
is sand to play in, nnd there is the lake,
and here are we. and the day is charming, nnd it's good to be nllve. Kit down
nnd dig a hole! We've all the common
days to explain things ln."
Orde laughed nnd seated himself to
face ber. Without further talk and
quite gravely they commenced to scoop
out an excavatiou between them, piling the sand'over themselves and oa
either side as was most convenient.
As the*hole grew deeper they bad to
lean over more And more. Their beads
sometimes brushed ever so lightly;
their hands perforce touched. She
looked np happily at Orde. thrusting
the lodfie bnlr from In front of her eyes.
She arose to her feet shaking tbe
sand free from her skirts. "Now let's
go somewhere else," she _saIo\ _ "I
"think-tbroligh"~th"e_*-w<KMi8r I0aj��"we~
get back to town this way?"
"Yes." replied Orde. "The lumber-
Jacks say that the woods are tbe poor
man's overcoat"
Orde followed her In silence. She
seemed to be quite without responsibility lu regard to bim, aud yet un occasional random remark thrown lu his
direction proved that be was not forgotten. Finally they emerged from
the beech woods.
She turned und waved her bat nt the
beech woods fulling Bomber against
the lowering sun.
"Goodby," sho said gravely, "and
pleasant dreams to you. 1 hope those
very saucy little birds won't keep you
awake." She looked up nt Orde, "Ho
wns rather nice to us this afternoon,"
she explained, "and It's nlwuys well to
be ���polite to tbem anyway." She gazed
steadily at Orde for signs of amusement. He resolutely held his face
sympathetic.
"Now 1 think we'll go home," snld
she.
They made their wny to the edge of
the sand hill. The low slanting sun
cast across tbo vista a sleepy light of
evening,
"How would yon Hko to 'live In n
plin-e like that nil your life?" nsked
Orde, ;..
"I don't know." She weighed her
words carefully.. "It would depend.
The place Isn't of so much Importance,
It seems to mo. It's the life one Is
culled to, ,11'h whether one finds her
soul's realm or nut that a place Is livable or not."
Orde looked out over the raw little
village with n new Interest,
Her whole aspect seemed to hnve
changed with the descent Into the conventionality of die village street. The
old. gentle, llmtiirii self coiiinlneil re*
serve hnd returued,
"I enme down with June nnd Mrn
Tlulilmrd to Hci> Mr. Unlibiird off dii
the liont for Milwaukee Inst night.'
Hhe lold lilm "Of conrne we hnd lo
wn It over Sunday. Mi-h. Unlibiird nnd
June, hnd to see Home relative or other,
hill I preferred to lake it wnllt."
"Where  lire  you   staying?"   nBked
Orde.
"At the Beunetta'."
They snld Utile more until tho Hen-
Orde do-
UNIONIST BY MARRIAGE
MRS.   L.   S.   AMERY   WAS   MISS
GREENWOOD OF WHITBY.
"MOW, THEM, SMITH!"
Welsh Sailor Who Was One ol tho
'   Me��*ina   Earthquake   Herosi
, "Now then, Smith !*' one of the
heroes o�� the Messina earthquake, was
drowned 'recently, at Banbury, in
West Australia. The story of just how
Sister of Hamar Greenwood Married ! .he big seaman, news of whoso passing, called forth many expressions of
genuine  /egret.,   camo  by  his ' queer
MAY BECOME "PREMIER
, HON. A. K. MACLEAN ONE OF THE
BRAINIEST NOVA SCOTIANS.
Prominent London Journalist and
Tariff Reformer and Threw Her-
self fato the Campaign Just Endued���Husband Was Less Fortunate
Than Brother.
Canada hns now many links with
the British House of Commons, but
another was added the other day hy
the mnrringe of n Whitby girl to the
prominent Unionist worker L. S.
Amery.
Mrs. Amery is o sister of Mr. Hamar
Greenwood, M.P. for Sunderland in
the British Parliament.   Mrs. Amery.
MBS.   Ij.  6. AMERY.
was well known as Miss Greenwood
in Toronto and Whitby, but of late
has resided in England. Mr. Amery
is one of the editors of The London
Times, He unsuccessfully contested
Bow and Bromley as-a "Unionist and,
tariff reform candidate in the reoent
elections.
Althouch her brother is a lending
Liberal Mrs. Amery has thrown her^
self heart and soul into the political
work ol her husband and ,a more enthusiastic tariff reformer doe's not exist in England than she. In the election just past she personally canvassed tlie riding in the Unionist interest,
-and was��� a - promi nent- figure -at ^-the -
political gatherings.
Head ot English Suffragists.
When the red light's of suffrage
activity glow in London,..when mobs
of women through the streets demanding votes for the sex; when Parliament and the police are nervous and
much disturbed over the lines of wo-
*nien that hang around the Government .buildings, it is to one woman
that about all this tremendous feminine commotion can largely be attrl-
. buted.
That' womnn is Mrs. C. Despard,
the head of the English Suffrage
League���its president. When the suffrage cnuse in England seems to wane
and quiet no*, prevails among the militant workers it is because this white-
haired, .liin-figurod, littlo old lady
has  retired  into  the  background  to
' fora new" plans''arid a new enmpnign
for carrying forward the greet work.
, Thero are hundreds of names which
are moro often mentioned in regard
to the militant suffage campaign in
England   than   Mrs.  Despnrd's, but
.if you'penetrate underneath the sur-
face activity you will find this little
old lady the source, brains*-'and energy of every concerted action,
She is tho Bdul of the grant militant fluffrngo cnuse. It is as much a
part of her life as breathing, Sho"
may be said to have wtirrcd up the
gront foment of militant activity,
Sho is an old lndy. She wenrs the
BimploHt clothen, with a little bonnet
upon tho top of hor gray hair, which
is parted in the middle, but whenever
she, upenks thtfr<* are hundreds, and
often thousands, ot people who* gath*
or to listen to hor.
Timo and n<;nin Bho hns won victories on behalf of her cauHO through
shrewd mnnocuvroft which oho hriB
planned. She believes that nothing
should stand in tho wny of tho emancipation of her sex, Sho welcome^ the
idea ol martyrdom, if it bo necessary
to Boouro thnt triumph..
She hiM refused to pay hor taios
unions Bho onn veto.
title, follows. When the Italian "city
was swept by disaster Smith was a
'f>euman, aboard the English steamship
Afonwon, then lying in port there.
With his captain and two of the-crew
he* hurried into the city to aid in extending help. Thousands lay buried
in the wreckage nnd many building
which had not fallen wore, swaying
and tottering,
The party of four saw a family at
the windows of tho ton floor of one
of these structures, Its impending
collapse threatened'their destruction,
and lire below had cut off escape. The
sailors succeeded in throwing a ropo
to the upper windows, where it waa
made fast.
"Now thon, Smith!" , shouted the
captain, and the' Welsh sailonnan
scaled the tottering structure. First
he brought down one of the women
of the family, making trip after trip
up the rope until he had carried all
to safety. He went buck to his home
land, Wales, to find -a civic'-welcome
awaiting him in Cardiff. A mass
meeting was held to greet him and
the ereat audience insisted on a speech
from the embarrassed hero. But
Smith had to be. dragged out ol his
chair, arid', after rubbing his chin for
some time stammered: '
"All I. have- to say is to thank you,
���ladies and gentlemen.'.'
The speech was brief, but a formal
oration could not have made a greater
hit.. King Edward at that time personally desired to hand >"Now then.
Smith!" as every one called him. a
medal for bravery. Before this could
be arranged, however, the modesi
Welshman was off on another cruhe
and the decoration had to be for.
warded to him.      ��� ���    ' '
In the Grampian Hills.
In literary and historic allusion thi*
Grampians are rich. Over the hill-
to the south is Blair, the, seat of-one
of the mightiest chieftains, visited by.
king's and queens," and honored, for n
while, by, the presence of "the great
est lyric poet the world has ever
seen," our Scottish plowman poet
Burns���at whose'instance, 1 am told,
the pas's of Killiecrankie was planted
with tree.*) and. decked with its present
loveliness. Turning toward the west,
again, and sweeping away over the
waters of Loch Eiicot; is, Ben Alder,
7a giantrindeed,rand-the-loveliestmoun-_
tain by far seen from our manse window. Its wizardry is enchanting, its
charms immense,: and its changeful-
ness of mood and aspect a source of
"hourly, nay momentary, wonder and
enrichment: Again to;the west,*ever
the great hills are. "down by Ardvur-
ikle, is Lion Laggan,-the scene of
Lnndseer's famous pictures, '''The
Challenge," and "Who but:the Brave
Deserve the Fair." Further to the
north is Laggan- bridge, in the centre
of a beautiful verdant valley, with
foamy soil and', fair 'farmsteads, and
prosperous looks. Hence wo had the
"Letters from the Mountains" by
Mrs, Grant of that ilk. "Green Laggan," sho called it, and green it verily is, and beautiful for situation,
Within easy reach of her lived Mae-
phcr'son of "Ossian" fame, and many
another of whom her "Letters" tell,
But, rich as they! are in .literary and
historic allusion, I incline to ��� think
the Grampians have not yet been
/'discovered," and wait their poet and
romancer alike.-��-Sco,tsman.
Attorney-General of His Province Now-
Mr. MacLeon "Gives Promise of Going Much Further In the Public
Life of His Province and of the*
Dominion���He Sat Formerly In th*
Federal House for. Lunenburg.
Hon. A'. K. MacLean, Attorney-General of Nova Scotia, waa the lending*
spokesman' of the Maritime Provinces
in the' delegation at Ottawa recently in connection with the readjustment of the ropWentation of the
different provinces in the House of
Commons, which will have to taka
placo after tho next census if the*
British North America act is not
changed. Owing to the opposition"
from the.. Quebec delegates no agreement was reached and the meeting-
was postponed until a later date, when.
it is to bo hoped some satisfactory
solution of the difliculty will be reach-'
ed, so that an interprovincial agitation, may be avoided. The Attorney--
General of Nova Scotia,ably presented the arguments in favor of the Maritime Provinces and his views made a*
very favorable impression on all the-
delegates, it is said, except those from
Quebec.
Hon. Mr. MacLean is ono of the*-
most brilliant young public' men ia
Canada and for some., time has >beea
acting Premier of Nova Scotia.   It xa.
M soon ns the waitress hnd pone wllh   fltre0t8 t|���u ended* (Innlly In n boiiutl
the order. "But the bent stroke of
buHlnciw you'd never riiohb, I roped
In ric'.n-'.mnn."
"Cornl!" npprnvwl Newmnrk briefly.
"It wim reivlly pretty decent of tho
little Dutehmiin. He nitreed to let uh
put up our Htncli iih Kpcurlty. Of
courso thnt security In good only If wp
fnl ullHtonlnff wind hill. Ordo mm ted '
hlniM'ir on the mnooth, clenn mind nnd j
n������'iv-vci! li!:* hnt. I!c paw there thtt*<._
nnd In Imnpilnntlon tho fur n\t\wt '
stretchen of tho rlvor. with the mills j
nnd yards nnd booms extending for {
miles, nnd still nbove them the marshes i
nnd the lints where tho river widened
���win nnt. nnd If we win out. why. then i |H.*nw the IIIk Bend.   That would he
he'll tfot his Iouh, so he won't hnve any
use for security. Ho It's Just one wny
of bentlnit the devil nroiind the hush.
Uo evidently wanted to Klve us the
business, but he hated llko the devil
to pitHH up hiH ruicH���-you know how
tlirw  filil  flhi-lll'-icl.M  1117',"
"H'in���yen," M���j(| Newmark,
Orde went on*.
"1 got into your (h'pnrtmcnt n lit-
tie too."
"How'h thnt'r" ii-ki'd Newmnrk,
spearing a Imknl  pntitto,
"Ilciimnnn t*nid he'd l����y some of
our ntook. IK* MiKiH to think we have
a pr-'tty good "Mow,"
Newmnrk ji'iiixcii, hi. poliilo hull-
wny fo his plnte.
lhe location for the booms of the now '
compnny-a chenp property on which j
tho partners hnd nlrendy weeured a
vnhmtlon. To right nnd left stretched |
tho long Mlchlirnn count, wllh hills j
topped with tho wreen of twisted pines, I
flrn nnd Iwwhns. with nhvnys In Im-ih-Ii '
of sand, deep nnd dry to tho very edgo. j
After  he  hnd   cooled   he nrose and
mink' his wny bnck to n plenum! hard- ���
wood forest of mnpie nnd beech.   Ordo i
walked slowly further and furl her Into >
the forest. |
A fresh broom? darkened thp bluo!
velvet mirfncp of the wnter, tumbled I
the whlto fonm hissing up thp bencn,;
blew fcirwnrd over the duties n tlno
cllnod to go ln.
"I  want  to thnrik you," she snld.
���'Yon dill not once act as though you
thi\**!?hr t who "lll*> or ern*_y. And vou
didn't try, as till the rest of them
would, to net silly too. You couldn't
huve done It, Oh, you may have felt
it-1 know!" She mulled one of her
tjiinlntnnd qutzxlcul mullet*. "But men
aren't built for foollshm-sH. Thoy have
lo lenvo tbnt t<�� un. ViMi've been very |
nice this tlfternoon, uud It's helped n
lot, Goodnight,"
Ordo, however, wnllied bnck to the
Queer Superstitions.
Kant Anglican HtiporstUions include
the belief that ono must nlwnys got
into the Hnme trouhor log, nock, etc.,
first, morning nftor morning. 8im<V
East /VngJienns nlwnys dress nnd undress the left, lee nnd foot before tho
right for n deliberate'purpose. It Is
nn infallible Bi>cciflc against toothache. An altornntivo is constantly to
wonr n cord tied around the loins,
Theso nro comparatively, easy things
to do. Tho cure of hysteria or epilepsy
in ii young girl strikes ono ns vorv
hard, She m\\A w��r ^n the f"uHn
flnpnr of the left hand it ring mndri'of
nine sixpences begged from ns many
unmarried men, who nlust not bo
told what they arc wanted for.
Third Sot of Teeth.
An ttnuMMii  cube i��  repotUM. from
Parke*, N.S.W., whero a young woman somo time ngo ltad 17 teeth extracted which wero oausing her trou-
i hie.   Bpforo tho cums hntl sufficient-
Answers by School Children.
Here nro some .genuine school
"howlers," from recent 'examination
paper.1 which have the merit of being
now:   * * ��� * *��� ������'������.':* .        ���������>" ������-.   ������ ���-.,-.
What aro fossils?  Fossils are those
remains of plants and animals which
keep best when left to themselves.;
, A volcano is it very powerful rock,
What Ib the feminine of bachelofP
Old mudo. .
The minerals of Holland are gin,
pickle., linen and orookery waro.
Nafho some Kfi'tjlish sovereign's who
died n violent donthP Queen, Eliisa*
bcth: Sho fell into a deep sloop. Hen-
ry VU: Ho died by fits. Ilichard I.:
He had bin head extracted by an.unskillful physician. "       '
What is nn interdictP It is caused
by hnd sowugo, ���*������.-.*
What is a pntriotP A grandfather.
How could the King havo lot all the
pooplo nt n dl.tnnco know that thoy
must prepare for warp Ho might
hnvo hot lire to a deacon on tho top
of a hill.
What wore the Provisions'of. Ox*
fordPy  Salt, beef, ham and bncort.''���'.
What was tho use of-a city of
refuge? Whon n man hnd boon murdered nccidentnlly ho might jump up
and 'run for it, -,
Givo tlio chnrnotor of Honry VIT.
Ho hnd a downcast in,Mb left eyo.
Whnt would you hnvo dono If you
hnd boon an ancient Briton nnd wanted warm olotbOB for winter? .(The ab-
eence of shops, etc, hnd boon fully
impressed);  I should havo cried.
Too Extenslvti,
Now thnt the British political situ-
ntitin ia one. tiwro iibaofbiiift' {he interest of the civilized world, nn'epdoforf
concerning the members nro flying
briskly about., Among thou is n
Btory concerning Mr. Willlnm 'ttod.
mond. commonly known ns "Willie."
HON. A.  K.  MACLEAN. .
rumored that he will be made Premier
in the near future, as Hon. Mr. Murray, leader of the Government, who*
met with an accident some time ago*
and had to have his leg*, amputated,
will, it i_ claimed, retire from active
politics and be raised to the Senate to
fill the vacancy caused'by the appointment oi Senator McGregor to the Lieutenant-Governorship" of Nova Scotia-
Mr. MacLean was formerly membe'r
for Lunenburg, N.S., in the House of
Commons at Ottawa, -"and..while1 ir.
the latter body established a reputation as a fair and honorable Parliamentarian of exceptional ability.
While in the popular chamber ho waif,
one of the brainy young Liberals that
was nearly always in the fighting:
line and he did yeoman service for
his party, When the Government had
a knotty task in defending-the North
Atlantic Trading do, transactions im'
respect to immigration/Mr, Mad-ear.
was one of the stalwarts who threw
himself into the breach, and his fighting speech was a splendid specimen
of defensive political tncticB that highly pleased seasoned Parliamentarians,.
This bright young man from tho
Maritime Provinces was born at Upper North Sydney,,, Capo Breton, June*
18, 1805. He was educated at Dal-
housio University, Halifax, and subsequently studied law. He was are
unsuccessful candidate for the Houso
of Commons in 1900, but was elected,
to the Nova Scotia Legislature in 1001.
He subsequently resigned to run for
the Houso of Commons in tho, general
election of 1004 and was oloctod for
Lunenburg. Ho wiva recocted in 1003
and rosignod in 1000 on being appointed Attorney-Goneral of Nova Scotia.
He,is a most ajrgressivo Liberal fighter, being a good mate fojr the indomit-
nblo.K. M. MnoDonald, of whom ho
is a oloso personal friend. On, tho-
death of Hon. Mr. Pipes he was se-
looted for his prosont position and ho
is generally recoffniwd a* tho eomlnff
mnn from the Maritime Provinces n��
ho will no doubt suococd Premier Murray at nn onrlv dato and booomo thiy
rocognlr.od lender of tho Liberal hosts-
down by tho son. !
Raisins Cocoa Beans.
The cultivation of cocoa is at pres*
nnt nn inviting agricultural pursuit
in Trinidad. Tho cocoa trco onnnot
withntiind htrong sunshine and tlio
young plants have to bo shaded by
banana or plantain trees, and lator,.
whon thoy attain their growth, by
tall trees known as '"Immortels" or
tho "mother of tho cocoa." Thowr
mako a kind ol canopy ovor the on*
tire plantation. Th�� fruit of the en-
con troo is a pod resembling a cucumber, nnd growing ou the trunk or
largo branches, whero it looks as-
though it wore artificially nttaohod.
The (mods are like largo, thick littl*
beans embedded in pulp. Thoho form
tho cocoa benns of commerce,     Th��
Borne yenrs ngo when a debute on i processes of curing and drying .oquirtr
hotel In n blnck rt.ire wllh hliiiHelf over, ,   ]mM to       *,u oJ nrUflciftl t0(J���.
whnt he termed his Imbecility.   As he   b'oJ|lg llttetl, new tooth began to mako
Womnn Suffrngo   was  agitntin��  lhe
Houso.  Mr. Redmond on  behalf of
i tho ludios, remnrkodi  "Mr. Speirker,
I assert thnt I believe that a voto
reniomhiwd If he Iwd ninth' Just ono
consecutive speech thnt afternoon.
",|ik\" snld he to Newmnrk. "whnt's
the plurtll form of InenliunV Isn't it
'blisses'/'"
���MiiciiIiI." answered Newmnrk.
"Thanks." snld Orde gloomily.
(To be continued.)
their nppenrnnee, nnd f>v*ry one of
tho 17 has now beoo replaced in this
manner.
Sir  William   Itiunmiy   recently   ex-
hlhited   a  pnir  of  senle.   which   will
nn i
i�� j      i ���/     ��� 11 -��     j't" ������  . . .  n i iiit' w     II     |'ii ii      ''i      ���-���' ii i' n      v* ll I'll      ti 111
"Kind of him," mid he after n mo-! hurrying wist of sand  nnd   bore  tn ! weight   i��   seven-tiioustiudtli-millionth
i'iH.   "Did lie sign a contract?"       i Orde ot lost the refreshment of the of an ounce*.
A  Colt's  Escape.
A valuable foal, three days old, Iho
proporly o[ a farmer in the Parke*
district of New South Wales, foil down
a mining shaft, about W feet deep.
The animal wna raised to the surfm**-*
much attention.
Relics of * Naval Engagement.
  . _. ,.       In rolatlon to tho visit of the Am^
should he given to every ono of God's orlcon squadron, it ia of interest to
creatures." j note,thnt a mill nt Wickhnm, Hamp-
Tin- members hurst into n toar of   shire, is partly built of the timbers <}f
laughter and "Willie" retired In eon-
fusion.   Truly it would hnve beon n
tho American frigate "Chowipeako,"'
which on the lot of June, 1813, i.truc!t
by mentis of a windings, and strung* j Undori is perpetrated Itetween 3
to nny was found to have oscopod ia | p.m, ;.n Snturdnys nnd 0 n.m. on
jury ol any kind. Morulnys.
stupendous undertaking to extend her flag, after a brief but fierce en
tho suffrngo to tho denUens. of tho gngement, to tho British man��o*-war
Zoological Gardens, who doubiles. r*8hant��on," in the last fight between
would hnve voted for "open ban*.**     I tbo two races,   flullets llred during
 ��� i ���,!,��� nciion hnvo from time to tlnw
Busy for Poltet. , been found in the timbers of Wickhum
Nearly  twu-tlvtrJa of the crime In' Mil*. /\ft*r th* engagement the two
vowels sailed (or England, and for
mnny years Iny in company, nn hulki,
in the River Modwuy, at Chatham,
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These  sicknesses may be slight at first, but they hinder work, prevent  advancement or bring depression and spoil enjoyment What  Is wowe, they lead to serious physical disorders if not checked in  timet but you CAN check them easily and quickly.   They will  Naturally Yield To  such a safe, simple, reliable family remedy as Beecham's Pills. In every  household whew this famoos and unequalled medicine is known,  the whole aspect of life is chapged for the better. Be ready to help  yourself���������and your family���������to overcome trouble and to regain, and  keep, good bodily conditions by haying on hand for immediate use  BEECHAM'S PILLS  PorJ**ml*hlumf^m'tNUar*t*mtai\ioll4k, Smlathmtmaa w_ A teak Ut,  tteparea only by Tkewce Beetktai, 8i. Htltsi, Ltitt ikln, Ratlind.  ���������-"   ���������_��������� tad U, B. Aoerlci.  In botes Meenis.  Sold ainiwiiata Is ('*���������**_��������� i  CANDIDATE WAS LITERAL  Samuel   Bingham   Showed   That   Ho  Made Nj Promise.  Now that tho municipal elections  are over, the average reader has seen  much of such expressions in the press:  "He is not in the field," "No! he will  pot run this year," "He will retire,"  .'He is .in the race again," ������tc. it is  Well'not'to,interpret these remarks;  too literally. .' ���������       *���������*.,,*,.*���������<*   >&%���������,* >_'.������������������>  Some years ago the. late$Bamael  Bingham was mayor of.Ottawa _or/,t*fo  terms. Mr." Bingham ''was. a man';o(  generous heart and kindly disposition,  .but somewhat set iri; his, .ways and  ideas. He had; made a fortune bringing- logs1 (Jowri the Gatineau'River  for the various lumbermen of the Ottawa Valley, and was^ currently reported to have more ready cash "on  tap" in the bank than, any other  resident of the Capital. To him the  safest place for coin wa. in the vault  of some* sound financial institution,  and not; in stocks, bonds;'.**securities  or mortgages. But he vyas not niggardly.' and. presented the Capital  with Bingham Park,; gave his-annual  allowance as mayor "to charity? and,  in other ways, conferred on the city  many benefits���������but that is another  "ktory.  He had been in the council for some  years before aspiring for the chair  of chief magistrate and, when he decided,to. enter the contest, there.were  two opponents���������arid the most uncertain kind of a light is a triangular  one. The Sunday before nomination  day it was rumored that Mr. Bingham  (intended to drop out. A reporter of a  morning paper saw Mr. Bingham*  who had heard nothing of the rumor,  ��������� "on Sparky "streeFju_t~as he" was "about  to board'ii'car for.i.oni-'.'ano nad only  time for a > monosyllabic interview>  "Are you running, Mr.. Bingham?"  he inquired. ���������. ';   ,���������' "--        ': -i-  . "No,"  came  tlie  answer  promptly.  "Then, can I say that you are not  in the field?" persisted the scribe.  "If you like," camo the jovial answer as he boardpd his car.  The' morning edition came out in  flaring headlines with the announcement that Bingham-, one of the mayoralty, candidates, had retired, and that  the field had been left to the two other  candidates. .  ��������� Mr. Bingham was nominated just  the same, arid- went into the fight,  winning by a snug mnjority, When  making his nomination speech a .pec-  tator asked him why he had announced his retirement from the race, and  Mr. Bingham replied that he had authorized , no such a statement. He  was as .'much surprised as anyono- to  see the reforonce to his withdrawal.  He then explained that, as he was  going home, n young mart had breathlessly approached 'him late at night  and asked him if he wns "running."  "I told him, 'No!'" continued the  speaker, "for I was walking leisurpljr  at tho time. He thc*ji inquired if I  wns "in tho field," arid I again answered in the negative and, of course,  -I told the truth, for I wns making my  way ocross the street for a cur. Thero  is not a field within mile* !oi where I  .'.stood."  Mr. Bingham had not thought his  roplios to bi*" taken so literally, but  tho newHpuper .mnn ijiiw, what was  intended for ������ joke in ������.different light,  which goes to prove"'that ���������rmlnicipal  aspirants should not-always bo taken  too seriously in their oxprossod intentions or promises.  Mr. Hawkec and the Reporter,  Extremes meet among nowspapnr  mon, Either your reporter has* tho wisdom of tho wlno or he Is ingonuous to  a degree, Against one cf tho latter  typo thoro is a pleasant story.  in tho oourso oMiIh (lutien, this reporter recently went to seo*Mr', Arthur Hnwkes, thu gonial Ruporiritondent  of Publicity of the Canadian Northern Railway, who is leaving railway  work to start "Tho British News of  Canada." Tho reporter wanted tome  detailfi of tlio now papor:  "Well," wild Mr. Ilnwkcs, "every  nationality in Canada except tho English is represented by a special nows-  papor. Tho Gorman, tho Fronehman,  tho Icelander in the Northwest, ench  hiu his special journal, but tho .Eng*  lishroan has no paper devoted lo hi*  intercsla.   ^ Tlio Canadian newspaper  -'*'vi'Uj/J/v.'*(.;i   ii   Ji J14/"iV, ."'!.,������(;   vi    C5'.".IiwJ������li'l  nffnirn whloh ������hf* "Rrltlnhnr doe������ nnt  possofls. Now my faper will koep tho  Englishman in touch with tho Old  Country, and nt tho same timo help  him*to become n good Canadian.  Yen," said Mr. Hawko. enthuMnstleal-  Iv, ":r!y '--i'/or iv.1! ;,-jH: ,o i!v. K.*:p!.i*'?!-  mrtn in an accent that ho will understand." .' ������  "What," said tho reporter, "aro  you going to print! the Wholo papor  in tho cockney dialect?"  Apartment Heme Nomet.  We lived once In tho Gwendolyn,   '  A houie tint wain't bad.  Thu Etliclliunit, tho Wloucjwuet,  Wero otlier l*ome������ we've had.  Vfa ipent a ye&r In Diiphno court,  Whero people held nloof,  The Goraldlne, tho Jotephtne,  Havo given ui a root,  Wa tilt nbnnt from pltiea tn pfatm  Llko blithe and buiy gtintn,  And ot we go I murmur low,  "Wlao ohrletene all the naur  -WuhlBgtoD Herald.  A suffragist wns discussing the vote  question and said, "If women would  only be more courageous and stand  shoulder to shoulder, we should get  tho. vote." "But how can we stand  shoulder to shoulder?" asked n companion who was more interested in  fashions than'in politics. "We,should  get our hats so crushed."'  TRY ZAM"-BUK"for PILES  In a certain enmp, a battalion was  being instructed on "How to tnko a  convoy through open country." One  company was told off to represent  convoy, the men being instructed that  thoy wero to represent horses, cows,  and wagons.  After being halted a short time, tlie  advance signal was given, and the  convoy moved on, but the major noticed that one mnn continued to lie  down, and galloping up to him in a  rage, snid: "Man, why don't you advance?"  The soldier roplied: "I can't sir."  Major:  "You  can't?    What  do  you  mean?"  "I'm a wngon," said the soldier,  "and I've got a wheel off."���������Tit-Bits.  THE AVERAGE WOMAN  NEEDS MORE BLOOD  Nerves Easily Irritated, She  Worries Over Little  Things  To the woman in tho home���������the  woman closely confined to the house  either through household duties.-or  the care of children, or both ���������:Df.  Williams' Pink Pills are a positive  blessing. The average, woman has  too little blood. Her nerves are  easily irritated,, she worries over little things; has severe headaches _a*nd  backaches and is sick most , of the  time. With the woman who uses .Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills the condition; is  different. She is always well'arid  the care of her children, or her  household duties, is a real pleasure..  This is because Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills enrich the blood supply and  bring bounteous health and strength.  Here is proof. Mrs. Fanny Shepherd, Girvin, Sask, says: "I-'.am  the mother of a large family and  was worn out, weak and irritable., I  kept- going to my doctor about  every six weeks, and he would, give  me something "to keep me going- a  little longer.". But it was 'like  winding up a clock, I soon got run  down again, and although life seem-  ed hardly worth living, I did 'not  "wish to "die because of" leaving my"  little children. I continued like.this  for some years, but at last summoned up enough energy to strike out a  new departure and got a supply of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I barely  hoped they would help me, but to my  surprise, before I had been taking  them long I began to feel like a_.dif-  ferent woman. I still continued taking the Pills* for some time, and* they  made me as well and strong as any  woman need wish to be. Once more I  would enjoy life thoroughly, and have  done so ever since. I never need a  doctor now, and everything seems  bright and cheerful. I shall always  recommend Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  to anyone who in my-opinion needB a  toriic of any kind."  Sold by all medicino dealers or by  mnil at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for $2.50, from The Dr.' Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  The less, ho deserves it the moro a  woman wants her husband to bo  praised.  Mlnard's  Llnlmont  Cures   Distemper  Norway has to import 250,000 tons  of grain a year. She exports 15,000  tons of fish yearly.    ���������  ie name  to remember  -,   -.__   > you need a remedy  Jor COUGHS   and COUpig  Read   How  This   Sufferer   Benefited!  Don't you believe that experience  is������better than hearsay? If you suffer  from Piles, just' try Zam-Buk. You  can do so at our expense. So assured  are we of the result that w������ will send  you a free trial box if you send to  our Toronto offices full name and ad \  dross and a one cent stump to pay  return postage.  Scores of people doily acquaint, us  with tho .benefit they have derived  from the 'use of Zam-Buk'. Mr. F.  Astridge, of 3 St. Paul St., St. Catherines, Ont., says: "For five years I  have suffered untold agony with protruding piles. The pain was so great  ut times I would almost scream.  ."I lost weight and had no appetite.  I tried everything I ever heard of for  piles,' as I was willing to take anything to get relief. It was useless,  however, and I almost gave up in  despair.  One day a friend eavp me a sample  of Zam-Buk and told me ��������� of a friend  of his who had been cured. I decided  to try Zam-Buk and the relief I got  was encouraging. I used three boxes  and at the end of that time I was  completelv cured. I wish I could  have got.Zam-Buk years ago; it would  have saved me a great deal of  .misery."  Zam-Buk will also be found a sure  cure for,cold sores, chapped hands,  frost bite, ulcers, blood poison, varicose sores, scalp sores, ringworm, inflamed patches, babies' eruptions ��������� and  chapped places, outs, burns, bruises  and skin injuries generally. All druggists and stores sell at 50c, box, or  post free from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto,  upon receipt of price. You are warned against harmful imitations and  substitutes.. See the registered name,  "Zam-Buk,''' on every package.  A man" will let his barber talk him  to death, and get furious with his  wife for saying a tenth as much.  SHE CURED HER  HEART DISEASE  WHEN   ������HE    CURED    HER    KIDNEYS     WITH     DODD'S   K1 DNEY-P| \_i-s ~  DR. WINTERS  Cures all chronic discuses. Write  him. ' His valuable advice will  cost you nothing.  BOX 216.      NEW YORK CITY.  WEST ARD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHIL&  "Mr.i. Wit������s_ow'������ Sooth ino Svacir haa Ham  tttti for over SIXTY YHAHS by MII.UON8 ������*  MUTHEI'.H (or their CHILDREN WHIU.  THKTHINO, with PBRFKCT tlUCCSHb. II  SOOTllHS the CHIX.U, SOFTENS the GVUI  ALLAYS all PAIN CURHS WIND COLIC, ami  It tlir belt remedy for UJAKRHCSA. It U ������_���������  noliitely hirmle.H. lie lure and auk. for "Mra,  Wln*to\-"������ Soothing Syrup," and take no othM  kind.   Twenty-five ceuta a bottle  EXCURSIONS  EASTERN CANADA  Daily during December.      3 mouthc  'imit.   Stop over privileges.  via  BY.  PAUL OR  DULUTH, CHICAGO  ,   and  The Double TracK  Route.  Reduced Fares for  Steamship . Passengers.  November 11th  to  December    Slat.  Five months limit.    Write    for . full  particulars and descriptive pamphlet.  A! E. DUFF,  General Agent.- Passenger Dept.  Representative for all Steamship Line*  and Cook's Tours..  260 Portage Avp. .Winnipeg.  Canadian Pacific  WESTERN  ���������Htoltty ttopa eootto. emraa <wldj hMdj  KTtfUMtMd UiMjtt. ������  ���������  ��������� M (Mate-  To be at pooco witli your neighbors  often means war with yoursolf,  Oxalic acid and water in the proportion of ono to twenty may ho used  to remove perspiration (-tains.  Tho mnn who is the first to glvo  advice is usually tho laut to take it,  Mrs. Henry J. -Jacques. Found- a  speedy relief for all her troubles;  and now enjoys the best of health..  St. Rose du Lac, Man. (Special).���������  That Heart Disease is one of the results of disordered Kidneys, and is  consequently easily cured by Dodd's  Kidney Pills, is the experience of  Mrs. Henry J. Jacques, of this' place.  "My heart troubled me all the  time," said Mrs. Jacques in an interview, "and I knew what terrible  results might follow. Tho fact that  my limbs .would swell and my back  ache led me to believe that I also  suffered from Kidney Disease, ho I  determined to try Dodd's Kidney  Pills. I bought four boxes, nnd bo-  fore I had finished the third box the  swelling was gone, my back was well  nnd my heart no longer troubled me.  I am now in tho best of health) and  I owe it nil to Dodd's Kidney Pills,"  Heart Disease is ono of the troubles  thut como from unhealthy Kidncya.  Thoy fail to strain the impurities out  of the blood, and thoso impurities arc  bound to affect tho heart, which is  the engine that propels the blood  through the body. To curo Heart  Disease cure tho Kidneys with Dodd's  Kidney Pills; to provent Heart Disease keep the. Kidneys toned up and  healthy by using Dodd's Kidney Pills.  OecnBiorially a woman has a faint  suspicion that sho is going to swoon,  And many a man who calls a spade  a spado shovels hiu food in with a  knife, , ,  SINGLE FARE  .   Plus $2.00 for the  Round* Trip   -   ���������  From "all stations in Ontario; Por*  Arthur and West, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta to  , VANCOUVER  VICTORIA AND  WESTMINSTER  Tickets on sale December 15, 10 and  17, 1910; Januory 20, 21, 22 and 23,  and February 14, 15 and 16, 1911 j  good to .return within three months  from date of issue.  Apply to nearest O. P. Ry. agent  for full information.  Stop  limp  NURS'ING MOTHERS  show the beneficial  effects of  Scott's Emulsion  in a very short time. It  not only builds her up,  but enriches the mother's  milk and properly nourishes the child.  Nearly all mothers who  nurse theirchildren should  take this splendid tood-  tonic, not only to keep  up their own strength but  to properly nourish their  children.   "  toft mm n ku* wmVaaurra  9*aA Vm��������� ��������������������������������������� ������f ������tp������r t*i tkU ������<l. for <���������������  b*������!l(<-l a.Tltui H__b ������������t Cbll.it *������������Uk-lit*l_  m-ak aaak mauIh ��������� 0**a Imt. y.**t.  acorr m aow.it  tM W������tlUi������iMi iifmL W������t      1ma*AM, Owl,  MlnardV Liniment Cures   Colds, etc.  Clarence--"! heard, 'bout a feller  wot hunted for morn than six months  and found he couldn't got a job���������then  he went crazy.*'  01aude-"Ain't thnt sad P The joy  of It must 'avo turned tho poor fuller's head."  Tlioro It no ttii'i'lclnfl on thn nutrient Hint  ran nnmpnrn -witli T'I'-ldn't Anll-Oonmimp-  flvo Rymp In n.pnlllnir from tlio Hy_tnm  thn trrltatlncr porm. tliat nolrtu nngnndnr  In tho nir paNHn-tn1*. It In nnlclilo to no-  KUtot yonr nold. Try tlm olinan oxn**rl\  ment of rlddlnu yonrwlf of It 1>V ii������tnu  Tllnlilo'-- Ryrtip, which In n, nltnpln rnwnily,  on.liy t-ikon, nml once nnoif It "will nlwnyn  lio prlr.od an a Novm-olRn modlolim  Insistent Salesman���������And another  great feature of our typewriter is tho  two-color ribbon, You onn't bo up-to-  date nowaday), without thut long-felt  want.  HiiHincfia Man ��������� Groat Ono.nr!  Young mnn, do T look iih if T wantnd  to Inject yellow journalism into iny  V .1 *l..|/-,.l_l...l.l. ,  PILE8 OURED IN fl TO I* DAYS  Your druggist will' refund money it  PAS50 OINTMENT (iiIIh to curo any  on no of Itching,   Wind,   Winding or  Protruding Pile. In 0 to 14 days.   50c,  Duke's Automobile Sleigh  The Grand Duke Cyril of TtuHRia  hiiH caused to he eoiiHtruetml for IiIh  una nn automobile tdidgli. proplh'd  by moans of a turbinn wheel, which  acts in relation to the air an a Htciuii-  Hhip .crew do(-.. in wat*-r. It i. de-  signed'to-travel aeroxH the hiiow-cov.  .*h-<1 Uiiwpjfm fl">"i>p"-i nt. Iho rule <->f f!0  miles nn- hour.  L  Change thst Unplug, ������m1������m ham  Into ��������� ������oii_d, healthy hoitt, wllUag  ������������������(1 mjtr to 4a a good day's work.  Don't let a Bpavla, Curb, BpUal,  Bpr.U, KId|1)c������������ ur amy ether ������a_it-  ������.#��������� keep, your karat to tha sufcl*.  Cure It with         Kendall's  Spavin Cure  It euret without letting a war,  WentUli or white Ualra���������because it daet  not blister,  Port Ralli, B.C., Jims IiIh IKO  "Have been uolng your I.lnlBieot for  yean anil find It all that you represent,  Uave not been without It for 10 years."  GKOUQK OOftDOM,  $1. a bottle-4 for |L Xieellent far  houiehoUl use, Hatd by St! deslers.  Atk for free book "A Treatise On Tlie  Hone "or write ua far **py. tf  01.1. J. KEXMll Ct. tawtarf Vails, Vt  W. N.   U., No. UO.  She Never Called Again  I.ld.rly Dutnt'. (who gavi* reception  to viow hi-r collection of ri*lit*H.~-I.ow  t'do you liko tliftn?  i Oiu> ut tlm Iuvil*-.d"~SiiluiulUl. So  fglad to havo met you. I am an on*  lU-viHtitHt about cuH.t-iti'-. and aiv  'tiquitk's.  Mothor���������"Silica our Willie, linn* got  into long trouHflrH ho In beginning to  Uilnl: ������.-'!:nw.;'nvr(V than re do."  Vitllwr���������"Woll, If he remember* thn  niiHwert- to all tho t|Ui*Htjonn lio hiu  linked im knows at leitHt as much as  we do."  DOODS   >  f; KIDNEY;  mm  mm  mm Ito On* toil Bets  i-am.uA   Kvery   T<i*!flav  Y.v   the  Pub Urging  Company.  tsvm^  H ii������i  M    ���������m    ���������������  ���������      ��������� .^������������������������������������������������������ an '  ' '   ������������������"' '  '.Vu futptsr will n-.r hold itsulf  r������-..,,*<m**Mo for th* uuinioas-of oth-  *������r������, mm may appear  I  in its columns  Wju time to time.  V������*������.v������-  KSD.V.Y,   M������'rtii'Ht:..  WU,  for (ia eubie   feet   per   aeeosd)  80 ������������b ��������������� f ft  (e.) The cka.afi.ter ot th* propoaed  w i;��������� c dim am e-.iioe ja'.es  (t.) Tho 'premises on Which the water ia to be used {describe ���������*���������������>  it wuiue paint ou ike land ale.-B tbe beak  at t u aefupb-U riv.r --.beat utte half -Bile  bebw I'empboll riw Valla.  (g.) Tbe purposes lor traiA <be  . *- -at i������ to be *a������ea: power "wr-i. an.  (h) 1! ������or Inri^etton describe the  land intended to be inifftted, ftvi**  acreage............ ������...._._ ������������������������������. *���������������?*****  NOM.  (i.) M the *e?at*-rk ta to be used tot  power or mtekig purposes describe  tbe place wbere the water le to be  returned to some natural chaeoej,  aad the dHtore������ee Ib eltttude betweea  point of divcrsteB end Jw<i������t ol retinas Tbe water is t> he retaraed  te  ihe  Riuphell rtTar at a p������iat aboat eve tail  ha!bw t e Campbell river Fella aad tbe dii  lerence in elt'>ue> will be shoe* MO feat,  (j.)Atea ot Crown lend iDteadtid to  be occupied by the propoaed works'  WATER NOTICB.  NOTICK ia   hereby give* that   aa  application will bo made under* Part  V. of the "Water Act, ISO*," to  ������*-  ttm a'icene. io t.o S������y ������*������i4 Iii.iti :i.  ���������<  Vvl.rto Water Die-rlAt  t,   Tksnswf o! Oov..*-*- iu full   The  C   ������������������pball RWe. Power C->ii*p������ y,Li-*aited.  Tho head o__.ee- Office <������������������_ B*r������.r.l & Rob  erteiiu, 514 K.re Si,, Vi-H-.u. ������.0.  The capital,   how divided, showing  aaiouat paid ur ���������BO.WO divide* into aim |i,b,������t 330aetei.  ivn.es of 8100.00 ta h.    An_������uai jaid np  i'40,000.  (If for mining purposes) Free Mio-  er'a Certificate No   (b) The name o< the lake, stream  or source    (if unnamed, tbe desorip-  I'oa ts--C*i^be;l L������k������, V*.   ouvi-r LtlnW  (c.) The point of Jiv.r_.on: About  The it, . ..it CJau-.^i-iil u-  \.  (d.) The Quantity of ivater applied  for- (ia cubic feet per saucae.) *��������� ������������*  tc feet.  (e.) The charaetet of the proposed  we. Its d_������ ltd luie. ga������������.  (f.) The premines oa ���������fyhicb the water la io be. uaod (describo easts): In  at _���������>������������������������ paint on tL eland ao������ i vbe bauk  ������������������f tu. Canp*i?fl Kiver, ab������������ v.,'_ _e h*H milt'  0m\uw Cs-npbelt ltitsi- Fall*.  (g.) The purpose* .ior wbSeb the  water i������ t   *-o tm.il p������w*r *��������� r ���������<������������������*  (h.) If for irrigation dseeribe    tbe  ���������Jaad intanded to be irrigated, giving  acreage ���������.   None.  (i) M the water ia to be used far  power or mining purpose* describe  the place where the water is to be  nturned to Borae . natural channel,  and the difference in altitude betwss*  point of diversion aiid point of re-  tttr������: Tbe water is Vo be r������ n n������d to >h������  Campbell Rirer at a pviat aboct u������e nilu  ^b".l6W"th<j"0ninpl������.ll-IliTer-Fb.Tl**)'Bnd--*he ���������=��������� ...���������,r._���������...   differ,**** iu at'itnde ^ill h. -.bout ������00 ft.      * ��������� Tho ���������*���������"��������� b^ whioh i4 5" t*������P^������d to  ,. .   , ��������� . ..__.*__* .__  ateretta. water: Dans and 8luio������g������te8  (J.) Area of Crown l������,nd intended te������  be occupied by the proposed w*rke:������  AWt.tit K'20 ������ores;  I......  (k.) This notioe waa poatHI m the  .eighth day ot j.nuary, 1911. a������d applioa  itien will Im made to tba Cemwise oaer on  the twenty-fourth day ef Febrnary, Iftll.  (l.y Give the names and addreanea  of an; lipatiaa proprietors or licenses who or whose lands are likely to  be effected by   the proposed work*,  either above   or    below the outlet'.  Tea B:i ish Anerloaa Th__b*r 0a., Ltd,  etTiotoiia, B.C; North 1'aoifte Lumbar  Co., LU, ef Vsaoouver, ������ C: P. Codahy,  ef Chicago, IHiaoie; lalernaUoanl Timber  C> , ai Vsaeeaver, B.C, HaqnisMlt A Ms-  naitte Railway Company.  Attach oopj of such parts of the.  Company's memorandum of aasoclar  tion as autboiiu tbe proposed application and worin,  a. Tn e oens raetien or operation al works  er tho anpply or utilization ef water undo  tne "Weter Aot, 1909."  b. To apply for and ehla<n under th-  provinonaat tuo u Water Aat, tttDQ," or to  pu-haaa or otherwise atqnua water record*  er eaters Ueeas s  Tan Campbku. Kivna PowcnoQ'Mi'aKY.  LiMiTBn; Q. 11. Burns, W. WallaceOriui*-,  .Dire<-t������ta  P. O* address: Box 724. YiaSeria, B.O.  APPLICATIOM FOR STOKING WATBR  *.. Theplaoe of lhe pr������pee*d reeortoi f<*r  storing; Upper Campbell Lake, Yoncouv.i  luland.  (k.)Tbia notice wae posted oa  the  iceo i,< ������������������**��������� oi January, 1911,     d ap������li.������  tion will bo . made tq the, Cswnit*  ��������� ie er ou tbe t-#4ut>~miu'tk ,<*y .i b'ebru-  tiy, mi  1,) (Jive the    names and addressee  of any riparian proprietors or llcec-  set* who or whose lands arc likelf tu  be needed l)y the propoaed works,  either above or below the outlet:  Tue <ir.������i*-i, ih'n Knt'.'h Aw- r oa Timber  Co., LU., of Vio'oria, B.O.. Nor'h Psoiiie  Lninhfr Co., Ltd., ef Vsneou������ar, B,l\; P.  Cudahv, vf Chit**g*������, Illiuoi-: Tuterastiou  siTitiber Co.. nt Yuaeiu er, 1) C.  Attach oopy of ouch parte of tks  Company's nsmorandum of aauocU-  tioti nn authorise the proposed application and works.  (a] Tue cnuntruotioa at npe-stien tf  ur������rk< ������r Vna supplyVrutill/.stloa of water  nn.������eiJhe"W������terAot, 1909"  ( Vd To apply for nnd obt tin under th*  pravi'ions ef the "Wntor A*.t, 1909." ot to  purohnseor o'heiwWe so^uirn v.ster rno-  ords er water lluinits.  Tui CsMruitu, t������ivnn Powntt coMPiJtr,  Umitiuv  O. U. Hurnn W.WtllnW Grime,  P,0  uldie*-s 1*0x724 PI actors,  Viuto'u, B.C.  APrr.lCATTON FOR   STOfc-  v. How it ia prepeted V|_c<4uiretheluiiU  neuas ary for the put poat*: liy purvhase and  escpr pritfUu.  w . Approximately tbe number of acr.  (est iuttuded to be impounded 1(J,7W aoro  fast  Tab cAMPBiiix nivsa powkh co., umitku.  O. II. Berns, W Wallace Giime, Pireuturs  P.O. address*.    Box 724, Y.utorii-, B.C.  , ING WATJSR.  Thi' p1������,������e *t tie |iropo������!f' r- ttrrolr far  ���������rtaiinj w������lor Cunpl'sll I ti"*:*, Ynuoouver  Island.  tl) The meeiv* by vhich it ts proposod to  sUi* \h* w������������e*' ''sir. tn   *'-.<\\,.ti |(..tes.  (v] 'low It U piepii.rd *o uqn<r������ the  ! '."d wti-a i������\y ( r tliv pur ;^������������ by yirok.ne  \.\b ctproprlst'ou.  w. A'-V'^itoK'oly ih* ti"������s**."i* ni seii  ft. iuten.1'iU io iiiiiK.i dri'il '201|t) sore  U'X.  fl, .V  Vi)  'lUiyW  -i.V  '(*������.  tlv.ir I'  V Vinei'  t.n  . .*r C*'nl-tdi  G *m������t  ._ v 731 V ���������* r% B.C,  WATWU NOTICK.  NOTT^f? lit hi������r<*.hy i.������v>ti that aa  ���������vT-nH*?������.t.iri-n will be med* under Tart  V. of tbe "Water A������t, M09," to ������b-  '..������������. iiu^as* .������ Ihe Uasiex Div aiea ef Vm  ie ie Wear tlKrlet.  (a) The name ol Company in (ull:  T "��������� Cauybell River J-o+tr < oun-ent*.LU-  Tho bead ������tl->ei Omaa* f I'smard tt  V    f   va, ������Hl\:in-. . Volar-, ll.C  Yfce capital, how -UvUi.*!, Hhowlng  i, ���������������������������u.tpji* U|> a*1 i,������)i^, .i*lJ������u i>i.o COO  .'ri;������������   nf *tlt)0 n-nli!   nmnu. -i  puld    ������i>  Itoinvi.  ()( lit n_i..ltu- puiyijiu'S) fite lilw  r,r'H C-rtlflW* Nr..   (b.) Th i '.auie of the Wta, ������t.rt am  or tour*..* (ft uanatned, tbe dwicrtp-  fiou U Upper Cutvb*!! i ������������������������>, V <%o,tnter  Itlso'l  (������.) Tbe point of divert on: At the  fin' (>'U"f|������'   ''        '''' !.'������     .  (d,) Tin quantity at watsr applisfl  WATKR MOTK1..  Notice is hereby given that an application wijl he made under Part V.-ol the  Water Act, 1949, te obtain a license in  ihf* Cemex er Noetks Divifien of Victoria Water District.  (a) The name of the company in full;  The Campbell River t*o*er Company,  Limited-  Tbe brad office Officos of Rarnard &  Robertson, 5I4 Fort St, Victsria, It C  The capital, huw divided, showing  amount ptid up; $50,000 divided ttite $o������  shares of $ 100 etch; amount paid us:���������  $4e,eeo.  (b) Thtntmeef the lake, stream or  source [if uaasme'l, ihe description is]���������  Buttles Lske, Vancouver IsUnd.  (c) The point of divsriien root of But  lew Lake.  (d) The quantity of water spplied fer  ia cubic feet pur second 135 cubic feet.  (e) Tbe i.k*u.ct*r ol ihs proposed works j  dam sod sluice gstes,  (.1.) The premitss on which the water  il 10 be used describe ssaie: At some  peiut along the bank of the Csmpbell  River shout ona half mtlc b.-'.ow C,tmp-  Ull river Falls.  (������) The purposes for which the wster  is to be used; Power purposes,  (h) If tor irrigation describe tbe land  mteiHed iu be irrigated; giving acreage:  Nut lobs uud for irrigation,  (i) K the water is tc be \i.td for pewer  or mining'purposes describe tbe place  whoe the ^attr is to be returned to some  ft.iuul channel, and the difference id ml-  titit ie between pmm of divcrnien aad  point uf returus The water is to be ir������  turned to (he Campbell river it a point  awu-lt un. u.ilw militvi thi- C_;,-.-b;!! nver  Kails sad i-v diffcrrnce in slthude will  be about 300 feet.  (j) Ares ef Crown lauds intended to be  occupied by the proposed works; About  3.0 acres.  (k) This notice was posted tn the s������v>  *nth day of January, 1911, tud spylics-  non will lis made nn the twenty.fourth  day of Fehrusry, 1911.  (1) Give lbs nsaies sad addresses of  hliy riparian proprieiors or licen.Ms who  orwbove Imids ste lilely to be sffected  Attnch copy of such parts of tho Company's memorandum of association as  suthoiiie the proposed application and  works,  (a) The construction nr operation 01  works or the supply or utilisation of  water under the '.'Water Act, 1909,"  (b) To apply for and obtain under the  previsions of the "Waur Act 1909," or te  purchase er eihsrwise acquire water .records or water lieenses.  The Csmi'ueu. Rivhr Powkr Cou-  pakv, Limited,  1 GH Buin������ W Walucb Grimk  Directors.  (P 0 Address)    Box 734, Victoria, 11 C,  Notices  APPLICATION     FOR      STORING  WATER.  1 The place of the proposed reservoir  for storing llutlles Lake, Vancouw Island,  t Tbe ineaus oy which it is proposed  10 store it ������rater: 6a m and stuice gstes  v '.I ������������v   it is proposed to acquits ike  land necessary forth*purposei Dv purchase aid expropriation.  w Approximately the number of acre  feet le be impounded; 84,00* acre ftit.  Thi Caunku Rivxr Power Coupanv  Limited,  G II Burns       W Wallace Grime  Uirectors.  (f O Address]    But. in, Vi.ioiia, B C.  ��������� hi -tefiimii iiinKinii ���������������������������^������������������'������������������a-ii. >iai������*'iaaiiiiiii-a^i������ia-_>iw_*������������^a������eawa������s  JAHDACr.  VormNo 0,  fem of Nott*#,  C44.J Dufrlsr,  Diatriot of Range 2.  TAKE nolle* that Blannr Leek ot Van-  ortnvei, mjcupation Married woman- th*  t������nde to apply tor ptrmisni.'t< to purobaa*  tbe Mlowiuff dwribed lands:���������  Co������imenuit>g at a posl, plaoted  st the       - - ��������� I North West oomorot He. 1, thenoe Norlh  bvilie propu-ed '#oiks eiiher above "������1 p-Rj,iy (W) ehsiui. tb������noe R&������t (HO) chains  i-eio-v ila- muiUi; TJit Cto.vn, Kiquimalt j tb)iBW auuth i*ighty (80) ebtiue, thsooo  k rimimimn Rs'tway Cf,  The   l^rttivh j y^#4t (eo> ohsbioe, Ve> pwisst of eo*meo������e-  American I tuber C������, Ltd , of Vicious, mw|. ^ .mining six bundrud aod fo ty  H.C.. (������ Cud������hy,iifChin������r>, lllin'ds, ^')aCTee,������e-������<������f lees.  ��������� frtiMt'inil Timber Co.,   of   V������io.-*'Uv?r., KLANOP. LRSK  II C, Non 11 lucilit Luu.Ur Co; Ltd, el j Sfatneof AppKui'M  In ihe County Court of Nanaimo, holden  st Nanaimo, between t  Hop  Lkk, of the'Ci.v of Ladysrnith,  PUintilTf, and  Hunu Wam, of the City of Cumberland,  Defendant,  To 11 UNO Wah, formerly of the City  of Cutuheiiiind, in ihe County of Nunui.  mo, Province of Brit ish Coiumbia.  TAKE NOTICE ihat a plaint has  been entered and a summons issued  against y-m in Ihe above court by Hop  Lee of the Ciiy of Lstlyumith:--  1 For the recovery of the sum of $290,  the amount due on u promissory note  made by the defend ml, lluii|_W.tb payable to the Plaintiff. Hop Lee, dated the  6th day of January, 1911, payable one  month after date, for the uum uf $150."  And an order has been made that tbe  publlcain-n of n notice of the entry of  sucb ptiiintina weekly newt-paper pub*  hslied in ihe city of Cumberland aforesaid, for two issues, will Ue deemed good  ���������and sufficient service of the summons un  you.  YOU AKE KEQUIRED to file a de-  fence within fifteen [15] days alter the  first publication of this notice hi the office  cf lh< H-wl-ifi.. nf the ("minty Court of  Nanaimo, at Nan*imn, sndi y ou I������ n a  enter ������ud������ appenrunot judgment m.iy be  signed sjjsuut yue, nnd ihu plalutiflf may  proceed to take,the necessary Mepu for  the collection of ibis amount.  Datod nl Nanaimo, B C, hebiy 30,1911  (SKd,)   M.UATE,  Hegistrur 01 tbn county court of Nanaimo  LAND AOT.  Form No. D,  Form ol Notice,  Coast Difltrioi, RaRge 1  TAKE NOTIOK thai John Morav-  io, of Vaneouv������r,oooupation constructor, inlands to apply for permission  to purchase ttye follow!; g drioribed  laud������:������OoiimeROingstapi\������t plaolrti  at the nortb^Nit. fiornvr oi No 14, bu-  ing five niifs north and two ni ilea  w������at of tbe lotithwest corner of No 1,  ��������� huoce north 80 ebsins, ihence west  80obaii,>, tlenoo iouth 80 ohains.  Ihetioe east 80 ehaioa, to tbe point 01  u mmenoeneut, oonteinlni* 810 aorei,  ((.oreorieii.     JOHN MOHAVIO,  Name ol Applkeaul,  Dated June 6,1910.  J, H. Simpson,  Solicitor isr Plaintiff.  .mmmmmm,.  Pit Great   1'��������� QlM. _/te������w'������.,  Tonriaiiilln' igoroMMthewliiiio  Hiib3d_ia $iy������i\\%ttort*t\'ti  eu't ntmdttll, JHintal a*A nrcinf/i'rry.l)'  CV. feriwini i-akntiia.,r!mMa**_J'ft_  mtrn/,  WWt\iM*~i vmir-m mm^f    -w~ ���������  I uot*. ������Uatrr"  viKi-jv������',r<c  5'aUd Jon* fth 1V1U,  jfpSijt^so ������oolpt fi  $oim%*rlv fhmiaor  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  ���������_>,,���������_���������������  Diatriot of Buy ward,  TAKE NOTIOE thn WillUm  Onltlw-tfllt of Lanark, Ont,, mining  muni intendi to apply for permii  uioii to purchase tbo following de*  ttenbed UnU*:���������- Conanonoing ill  pout planted at the northwwlcornor  of Lot 400, Cnrrlnglon Buy, Stty*  word Digtriot. thfiiiott following the  norlh boundary of ot 400 caBterly  for 40 chains, thenoo north 20  chain!-, thence fJM to tb������������hors Una  thenco southw6tt!rly nnd following  the chore lint to tho point of com*  n.encemenl, conulningleiB than 80  acres.      WlM-TA*. Oai.dwMU.,  JviO.   M������UaOU,A^Ut  D.Uod Feb, 28th, 1011,  TAKK NOTIOK tbat Datld Dawson  Milur, of Vanoeuver, ooeep^tlon, earpen������  ur, iuUnds to apply for permission te pnr-  ohsae tlm following de������cril>ed Uuds.���������Ceas  neicltigst a prat planted at the south  ������shI. cori.ur nt No, t thenoe north HO oliaiiin  ���������litmoo t-sst M ohalus, tbenee r.outh SO  olisins thenoe wmi 80 cbsloi, to point of  o ���������muieiioement, eot-uinlng 840 aeie more  LAND ACT.  Form Ho, 9, Form of Notioe.  Coast Diatriot, Range 2,  TAKE NOTICE that Alexander MoPhre  ol Vauoouver, oecupation, earpenter, in*  tends to apply for pertuieeiou to purchase  the following desenbed laudni���������Commeno*-  ing at at a poet vlanUd at the uotth ca-eat  earner of No, IU, being four miles north  aud threo miles weat of tho uestb west our-  nsrof No.l, theuoe uorta 80 ebaiw.tlieuoe  west 80 obelus, thenee south 80 uhaius,  thonoe ost<t W ebaius, to tbe point of oom*  uienoement, eontaining 940 suree, more er  lees. ALKXANDUH McPHKK,  Kaweof Apiilienut,  Dated June 6ib, 1910.  mmamttmtmmmmiimmmmmammmimmm  LAND AOT.  Form No, 8,  Ceast Dlitriet, Ranfe S,  TAKE NOTIOK that Naomi MoPhss,  of Vancouver, eoeupetton, married women  intonds to apply for permission to par-  obaae tbe following deserlbed laadu; Cow  nienolntf at a post planted at the north  west oornerof N������������ 14, being five uiilei  north and three miles west of the. south  westeeinor of No.l, thenoe north fee  ohaine, tbenoe west 80 cuslus,, thenee  south 80 chains, thenee eaat %0 chaise, te  tbe point of oommeatewent, oontsii leg  W0 ������ieres, moro or loss,  '  NAOMI Mel'HKK,  iitU4-(* ul miyy'ilmau..  U*Um Jum Ctlh, 1W.  OOABT LAND DlSTUlOt,  DlitrlcUz Coast Range D.  TAKR NOTIOE that Kdwar.l 0  I  Towtmend of   Vanooovor, B, 0 ' fl  -*'-  ***���������   <BMn.ai>>1se  9t\im  ir.__kM__      '���������  rui  %r  \tm.ml*a Get.  n*ron*s~)m*\m,  DAVID DA WHON MILUR      | j^B  gtntiemnn, intend* to apply for per*  injiifon lo purohipo the following  dnorlhsd Unde: Commonoing ������t������  po*L plntilml about 7 miles north  nnd 2 tniloc 0H"t of tho nod then*!,  cornor of OL 8868, there* Botil h 80  ohnlnv, 'hfttico went 80 clminp,  thrnco notihSOohtlm. theuo<* can  80cholnp,to poot of convmeuer*-  1 ment, contnining 640 neves, more or  EDWAKD C TOWNS HND.  1 *������������������*_ A f'l'j. 4������:^-_,, .  ������������������Af.;-  mama*  i <.<��������� w  :���������������������������'>.-i"..'.'*  ���������**-.*%  i  I  l''. ':  i  APPLICATION FOR STORING WATER  (���������) Tie place of the pro. wed reesrveir  fer storing domes Lake, B.O.  (t) Tbe meaoe by ehieh;tt te proceed  te store the, water',- by a dass at eatlel. el  lexka.  (a,) The area of the resorreir cite or  aites at each foot ia deotb abere tbe entlet  MOO sores.  (���������>.. Heir is it proposed to aoa.aire the  had Moeaiary for the parpose By parohi  ifnaoeseary.  (iv.) Approximately the nsmber of sere  feet intended to beiupeanded 10,000.  (t.) Whether it is prepaeed te lower the  water is any natural UU'e a* oteadiagbedy  of water, and, if an, then��������� .  1. The aatioipated wtoat ot tbe lowering Not lowered,  l. The meaae proposed ts be adopted to  lower and _etill ��������� ��������������� ���������  S. The nature aad obaraeter, ia detail,  of tbe works proposed to be ooaetraoted to  preside for the discharge aad panning back  ef the water By concrete dam with rego-  latihg gates oentrolllug the discharge.  [Stgasturt*]  WlUMOVOK OOLMBRV COMPANY,   LtD.,  W. Ii. Couiaow, General Mansgtr.  (P.O. adai-eee) Viotoria, ll.C.  Jaauaiy 10th, llll.  WATBR NOTIOB.  NOTICE is hereby given tha* aa  ���������pplieatlon will be made uaaer Part  T: of the "Water Aet, 1909," ta oa-  ta\k a lieoW lu she   LMieio.  ot O ouox  Diistrkj*.  (a.) Tbe name ol OoaapaftF ta Nil:  Wellington Colliery Ocmpauy. ^Limited.  Tba heal .flics Viotoria, B.C.  The oapital, h.w tdiftdei, showiac  saaca.t pud up ������2.Utt,0000 divided iate  10,000 shares of 1100 UOeaub fully paid.up  (H for miaiag parfesea) Free btta-  tefn Oertlleate No............  .{%.) Tbs name of lake,  |Muree (if oansucaed,  tke  Is) Po.i_tlo-.ge Riree.  ta.) Tha potat of tt*mw*rja:   At a  poitt above tbe falls OB  ths  Pentledge  River, CeoMix Di.trifll.  ', (d.) Tbe quantity of Wi  tsr (ia euble lest fee sinal):  , 670.  (e.) Tbe ebaractsr of tha  workc Generating plant, sewer wetka, a������u  aieotrie works, aad plant asd Other mac!.-  Uery and cenrauiencM seseessry for pro-  Anotng powor.  ;��������� ((.) The premises oa whloh the wa-  -tsr tsto be-nsed'(deaartVs same): Oa  or iu the vicinity of tbe Welliagt Jt������ Colliery Company'-* Ltd. property aad hold*  iage i& Coaaoi Diatriot.  :);(g.) The purposes oa wtdeh tlie ���������������������  ���������ter ia to be u-od: Uea<*ratit*t_ eleotriolty,  end 'or light, heat, power, operation of  Uetort, engines, andaitahinery ofal. kinds  ,|nd generally for thesaareise ef all powers  an t priy ileges of a po*er company under  Part IX. of abote Aot.  (I.) If the water U to be need for  power or aUaiag pnrpoeea dsaerfba  the place where the water is to he  returned to some natural channel,  and tha dtfennee tit altltuds betweea  jpotnt of diTereiea aad potat of re*  (ura At a ooaveaiaat plaes below the  gteoghtos, Mis in tha vicinity outlet  Brown Hirer, Seetioss 10 **d 14-Tr>��������� 9,  Omox Diatriot. Tbe pe'iet ofretora'is  abeut 800 (set lower altitude than the point  ef diren-ion,  (J.) Area of Crown land intended to  be occupied by the proposed works:  Niiae,  (k.) This notiee waa posted on the  sixteenth day of Jaeaary, 1911, aad ������ppl -  eetios will bo osade te the oe_iT.inlo������er  on the SSrd day ef February, 1011  (I.) Olte tha aasaas aad aidreeaee  ef nay riparian proprietors or   ho-  aoaee who or whew laads are likely  to he aAseted hy the propoaed works,  ettfcer above or below tha outlet:  Weliia|t������n Celllery Company. Ltd.  .  Attach oopy. of aoah parte of ihe  Company's mea_oiaa4tua of ansoeJe*  ttoa aa authortn. *ba prefomd awll-  ,*���������������;  fBrew  Tor Sale by all  Hotels  in JSlegs or Bottles  The UNION JBIQ^WG Cp.9       Nanaimo; Rt 1  COOVBICHTV  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -     -      FOB  SALE  BT     -     -  Walworth-Rolston Co... "*  l020W������BtBinrttr Aye.,, Vancouver, Be C.  fl  0  m  8  s������ :   _���������  Mac n  d *t -a  <m*  8  ���������  ���������  ���������a  a  5  **%    a  sa* h  ���������������a "I  ���������_ ��������� g  .2  K  ]'!  ���������  So  fi 'J*-".  ���������So.  ��������� _' I  3 .������ *^  ���������M aa v,  iii  Ij  i* -  ��������� w ������  it .B  fir  Si 9 Jl  K -S >    ������o  a?Si  ]  a  1  w  I  *vt-  JV  'a  it.  I  ������i  5  NOTICE  Any persoa or parsous, cuttiug,  removing or taking any blocke,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  )elonging to the Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from oi: off tlio land  of tha aaid Oon pan y, will \v* pros-  ocqted to tljo full extent of ti������a law.  .-:��������� W.'j.. COULSPN, ,,;-j:'. ���������������  ;   Gen*, rial Maiiageiy  ,,    Wellington CoUieny^Oo,/;/  .v*f'.^*'"'.���������' ircTKas. ���������" l\-iZ  - Riding on locomotites and rail  war can of tbe Union flolliery  Company by any person 'W per-  ,.30111���������except tain crew���������i. strictly  prohibited. Rm^ibyees *ra tvtlv  ;ec to oumiaaal for allowing sani-  Ur order ;. .'/"''i  W. L." COULSON, '  General Manager.  ������ MADE IN CANADA  [ilk  liiNGRdWOi  Pure Food Insures  GOOD HEALTH .  Magic  Baking  Powder  Insures Pure Food.  ,m, W. GILLETT CO, LTD.  , '..' Tereale. Ont  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for gvieati.  TheOential Hotel for Bportemen  None but the Rest of Wines and Liquors  O. H TARBELL  HIGH GRADE STOVES  AaiiaM ILJTCHIN ,:UTEMS1LS  Sportsmcns Goods  ? General Hardware  ^Cw^1neaa^a**}_aaaamm^~w fgak  aaaaaeaaataeaaaaaaa***.  FAIRFIELD I  z; store z:  1 J. JACK,   Prop.  A Fine Asiortineat of  the Choicest Candies, ,  Fruits and Tobacco  Vancouver Ice Cream.  Dnnsmuir Ave.  Cumberland  : *-. .<v  Summer months are BOVRIL  months. A cup of BOVRIL  with a biscuit gives all  necessary nutriment when  meat is not relished.  ' -  Try a little BOVRIL in your,  canned meats.  BOVRIL  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District oi Rupert .  TAKE not lei that Gardiner Alexander Brady Spencer of Alameda  Oal., occuporion plumber, intends  to upply for permission to purchase  the following described lands:���������  Commencing at a poat planted  about SO chain* weat of the south  east corner of Section 24, Township  21, thence wait 30 chains, thence  south 80 chains, thenea east 80  cbainB, thence north to _outh tooro  %f Wolf Lake, thenco westerly along  south shore to we.r end of lake,  thence east along north shore about  40 chainp, ihence north, to place of  commencement, containing 4(X)  acres more or lets.  , Scribed on po������',G A.B.S.'s N.E.  corner.  Gardhbk Alkxandes Brady  Spbkcbr.  Dan Clark. Agent  Dated De.*eralwr 14th, 1910. :  RUrl* ItT LAND DISTRICT  DU'vriot of Rupert.  TAKE notice that* Sudors Mae Leeeon  ofVaoeouver, B.C.   ocou_>atioa|Widow,  intoude to app[y. for perini^ion to pur-  - chtue the followitg d.BOi ib^d Ifiud-; C. us  mtuoiQg at at a *p ������t planted ahoat. one  mile north aud 40 ciinins ������akt of tlie S. E.  ' ooroer of Seanon 4, Tuwtuhip 8, theno*.  north 80ohaiu������i thence fiiac 80 ohiioa,'  theaoe south 80 canit.*,  thence weet SO  ohaine to plane ot coiumenceuieat, eontsin  iug SiO aurea, uure vr Una.  ,    Scribed <>n po-t EMLV S.W. corner.  I ������nookaMa������ Lkkhok,  Dun CUtk, Agent.  Dat������4 Deoember 11th, 1910.  '""     BCPIKT-LANO DISTRICT  , Distrioc of Rupert  TAKE FOIICK that Adelaide Ester  Ciark Br-wn, of Urookflald, N. Y.,  married woman, ieteada to apply for |.r-  Bissiou to parekaee the followsny detnrit)-  ed laotl.:���������Comuienoing at a post p'anW  at southwest ooner ef Seciiea 19, Towu-  sh'p 9, thcn-*o n������rth 80 chfiins,, thaace  east 80 chains, tbenoe sooth 80 okaiaa,  tlu-nct weat 80 ahaiua to place of oemotea-  meut centaiaing 0.0 acres mnre or leas,  t-ciibcd on poat A.B.C.It's S.W. oor  Adklxidb J_stsr Clakk Brown.  Dau Clark, agent,  Dated Dacembor 10th, lfi 10.  <   RUPERT LaNI) DISTRICT   .  District of Rupert '!-  }' TAKE notice that John Henry  Kerrinsh Richardson, uf Vancouver, B. C, occupation Steamboat  Steward, intends to apply for per*  missioij to purchase the fallowing  described lands:���������Commencing at"  >a post planted about 40 chains  north oi the sou ih west corner of  Section 3, Township 21, thence west  80 chains), thence south 80 chains,  thence east 80 chains, thence tiorfh  SO cHains^to-place-of 'cblnmenca'  ment coitiaining 640 acres more o������*  loss.  J. H.K.R's.N E corner.        ;l;  John Henky Kerrinsh Richabi*-  ������ON.  Dan Clark, Aefint.,:..  D-tted Dccomber 16th, 1910.  at the Bar.  RATES  REA90NABLE  John Johnston,    Prop  (BifnatBre)  Wll.LlMOTOK OOMISUT GOMFANT, LTD  W, L. CoviMtm, Qenersl Mansger.  (P.O. aedrass) Vlotorls, U.t',  Bstraot (rem tha MMoasxc-vii or assooi  anew or nm Wbiuiotom Coh-ikhv  Counvr, utrrrsB,  (s) To a**.ulse bf perebias, grant, leaee  er U sejr ether niasar , .water or  rignvte water ..................,,...,  I'd] Te earry oa the busiaess al   eleetiie li|ht, aeatatf power sepply   fa) Te ssanofastare and use ss a motive  pewer eleotriolty.,,, ,#aad to msiiufatture  er aequlre plant, soaohlaer-r, appsrstus,  ami materials ef eeet. f kis<i far the pro.  daettea aad dleirlbatiau of ataetrlolty. ,.  te Isaerate, use er dispose of supply er dis<  trlkate eKotrlolly .........for llghtlfiff or  motive pewat.,.., .aad to eenstruoi, lay  dowe, eetibllib,  sad earry ant eables,  'wires,  Uses, Si-Sfismfiter*,   Isaj/i as-i  *��������� werks,  #������i������������i<ii������������ ������������������������ mma a ������>i������������������������m mta  NUT10E TO THE PUBLIC  Having built a largo warehouso and mill  nt Courtenay, 1 will to futuro keep on  hsod a etook of sll kinds of Hay, drain,  and Fwul at lowest usiket rates. A  speolulty will be made of roller orusked  feed fur horses wliiohn111 make a saving  of ewe third in tbe oo*t of feed. Orders  given the tenmster or !>y phone will be  promptly filled, Thimklnff you fer yenr  pttr* nsRe in tbo p������at and solioiilng a oon  llnniiicoof tbe samo ou broader lines, I  beg to remaU  Yours to oemaiSNdi  ���������UVRON CRAWFORD.  o  i       i*  o  o  F.  Dealer in  ALL KINDS OP  Fruit Candy Cigars  Cigarettes & Tobacco.  Bonora Block,  CUMBERLAND, B.O,  e>#e>e>4e)*4<t+4*e>������+������������++������++������  RUPERT LAN D DISTRICT  Uutriot ������������������������ Rupeit  TAKE NOriCE that James Bradshaw,  of Eiupuriu, Florida, co.-puuter, iiitmilp  to upply for permisainn tc> purobate the  followiug (lesonbad Ud.b:���������Cou_m.noin������  ������t a poat I'inntvd 2 nnlen went of the N.E.  ooruvr ot Sooti n .4, township 20, thenoe  aurlh 40 oluius. tb>no>* west 80 obaiis,  tlimon sou fir 40 chains, thonoo e^t 80  oliaiUB io plact* of uouimmiuemeat, con-  uininff U*_o Hor������s more or.lesit.  ���������  Boribtwl od post J B's N.E. oorajr,  Jamba Buadhhitv,  l)ua (jUrk, aaent.  Dnted Deoumbnr 19th, 1010.  rupert Land district  , Dietriol of Rupert  TAKE notice that Richmond  Charles B.fb of Vancouver, B. C,  Broker intends to apply for per  mispion to purchase the following  described landi*:���������Commencing at  a post planted at i  post   between  Se<kti >n 18k, Township 9, and Section ,13, Township 20, thsnee west 40  chains,   theuce   south'.40  chains,  th������ nee west 40 chains, tbor.ee south  80 chains; thence east  40  chain.,  thence north 40 chains, thence cast  .40 chainp, thence north 80 chains to  ptace.of romhiencement, conUiuing  640 tores wore or less:  Scribed on post RGB'. N E cor.  Richmond Cuahlks Biss.  Dan Clark, agent.  Dated December 19ih, 1910,  KUPERT LAND.DISTRICT  Dieirict of Rupert .  TAKE no������iie that Bertr. m Jarae*  Taskar nf Vanenuver, B. C, occupation Exprete Manuger inlands i.'>  to appl) fer pefm>������xion to |(urcbas������  the f-llowiug "de.'cribtwi ls"nd>:���������  Comnieticitig at a pest planted  about 110 chains wes of ths srutti  oast coma ��������� of 8e<*cion 24, To-rn-  ship^l, the ce *������st SO ohaios,  thence sou^h 80 chains,-tl tnce east  80 ch-tins, thence uoah 80'ehaiue  lo p'ace uf cinmu-ncemeBl. coo*  taining 640 acres mora or I-i*"*.'  Soiibed ou post JX{ li J T's N.E.  Bexrtram Jamks Tahkk,  Dan Clark, agent  Dated Decemher 14th, 1810.  ���������*i  RUPERT LAND. DISTRICT  District of Ruqert  TAKE notice that Delia Brooks,  of   Vancouver,   B.    C,   Marriwd  woman, intends to apply, for per*  misuion to purchase the following  described lands:���������Commencing at  pimt planted nt the   northwest cor  ner of Section    30,  Township  9.  "th������ncTeo~Yr80~~cKin^  SO chains, ther.oe west K* chains,  thenc** north 8U chains to place of  commencement    containing    640  acr^a more or less.  Scribed on Post.D. B'. N. W cor.  Della Brooks,  ,  Dan'Clark, Agent.  Dated December I7th, 1910^  a-ea**m*mmmm-m*m-ia_m*m am*m ^i__a'e������-i's_i*ssj**i>ss__i^<> 4  RUPBUT. LAND DISTRICT  Diatriot of Rupert.  TAKE VOTiUU that Uoarles Jadooa  Miner, uf O.n.Boo, M.Y., retired farm-  er, "tends to apply for 'permwBiou to  puioA-e tlm followiti'tr dtt������ei*ibe(l |land������:  0 jiu.) e-dr ir at a post pluuted 2 mio*  west 0; the SE lomer of Seotiou 34, Tuwu  chip 20, thence nort'i 80 ch������l s, thenou  ���������aet tM) ubniui, iheuuo south 80 oliaiue,  thenoo went 80 uhaina, to place ol 0 ������inm-  e eeratnt, o^ntaUtinff 640 serai, more or  lets. Oiunus Jnnno.v Misaa  Suribed on post OJM's ti\V oiifliw  \Un Clara, Agent.  DatedD'omber 10,h, Ittltf  RUPBUT. LAND DISTRICT  District ot Rupert,  TAKK NOTICE* tlmt  Rdward Djke,  of Ujngluiuiton. NY. 1.01 chiDBn,iiitetida to  apply for permi.Bion to purofaane the followiug dosoribed lnuda:���������CumnienciDn������jf nt  a p st planted -  miles    wtrut   of    lino  south east o<mm of d.otiun 24, Township  20,-boniw weit 80 oliftiiiH,  ihvnoe   south  U0 cbuiua,   theueo o<i_t 81)   ohtin*', tntnee  aorth 80 oht'iiiA tupUon tifooiumuusoiuent,  Sontaiiiinjf 640 tiorns, more or Idhh.  Scribed on pout ED'm N.K,' oornor.  Edwaku Uvkb,  Dau Clark, Agoat,  Dated Deooaiber 19th, 1010.  IBTAKK MOTXCK that William F, Smith,  af Teseosver, eeoapstlde, tarpentsr, la*  tends te apply fer pst*ssissi**D te porohaae  the felleWli.g lUtcrfSad Isndsi -Comwonc-  lag a������ a po������t plaatei at tlie north east sor.  bar of Nu. 1, tli������uu������ uurlii 80 uluius, th>ii������ue  east 80 ohaios, ttieaoo south 80 0I1 aiu;  thsnee weet 80 ehslni. to paint, of oora*������-  enosaient, eonUu'.iug 640 sores, morsur  less. V.iaiiMF.SUITH,  Name of Applioant,  Dated Jm.oOtb, 1610,  UNION S, S. CO., of B.C. Ud  U������<lA������.-HOjU*.4W..     ������1*������-   Ct>MOX - Cm*tiH.Liit  Hi van Ilonu.  SttllbaM under-  Twin.sorew stcsuier "COVV1C1IAN"  Wns Vsneonver Tliarsilay 8 p.m.  Arrive Union (for Cumberluod^ Friday  inuiniui*  A.rives 0 "01111 Friday momtoji  Arrive Campbell Uiver Friday noon  Iteturnltiii.  l,r    Comoi Frldsy 4p m  " Union Way      ������������������  5   ������������������  ���������' Nanaimo midnight  I/save* Vsnoenver, flutnnUv R pin  Arrives Nmnimo. H������tur������t������y la p m  Arrives Unimi, Hundsy 0 n in  [for (.'uniberlau')!  Arrive Comox,  Mnuday 8 a ni  Rowrnlnir:���������  .Unves Comnr. ������unday 4pm  Invert U*t''M bumlsy G p m  I^utve. Ntiinitno, Miiiikym digbt  [���������.oUjwt \o uliunge WttLotti. 1.0 1. <}  JOHN McLEODS  FOR KIRflT-OLAHH  CANDY, FRU1TH,  i5i(������AUrt dtl TOBAOCOy  RUPKBT LAND DISTRICT  Diatriot of Rupert.  TAKK NOTICK tbat Thomas Frederick  Tiuker, 6t Vuuoouvar, B.C., telegraph  oper>lMr, intends to apply for ponnii-  siou to unroll "ao the foltawioif dusoribod  lands: -0<'iuitifliiciag ut a post pli-ntud at  the norch wo<t oomur of S'O'ion lfi, Town  ������hlp0. thetiu* suuth 80 obaloN, thmibe  east 8U ub line, tbenoe north 80 obsin**,  tiistioe wont 80 ahaiua to place uf 00m-  niousemont, ooutninniH 64u usres, more  or Ivss,  Scribod on po������t TF TV N.W earner.  TlIOMAH FliEDIRU'lC PAlKlta,  Dan Ulsrk, Agent.  Oatsd D������cemh������r I9tb, IPI0  KOJ'lCKli hereby |lvcn that on the iir.t  day of Deoewbrr next applieation will hs  mads to the SupsrlaUudsat of Provinrial  Felloe, Violorls, for the re'aewal of the hotel license to nil liquors by retell in th*  hotel known as the Port Augnita hotel, sit  eatsd at Comer, ll.C. J, J. Holmes,  Dated October 11,1010.  NOTICK ishsreby |lv������n (hat on ths first  day of Ufiiombrr nctt a|)|)lios������inu will be  irsdr tit 'ha H<t|������rlnt<nd*nt of Provincial  Pol ire, Vi.-.ii is. for the renewal of the ho-  |i>| ll.ema ti< sail lienors by mUilio the  hotM liMi.vti as the L,\i\i������ Hnit.], litunUd at  Cow. x, H.n . LOhavca \| Qitfait.  D-u������iOu.������lM. II, IfllO.       I  UUP1ITLAVDDI8TRZ0T  ' District ������f Umutri.  TAKE VOTIUK that Oeorfe Glrktta I,s<  rooqtio Millir, of V Hiionuver, B.C., oiauli-  attlual ein/in������er,liite.dsto apply fer permis'  sioa to puiohaoe the Mlowi.ij/ described  Innds;���������Ciiminei ol tf st a p ut plat-ted on*  mile enstof tbo 1 orth������esc uainer ol Srot-  Ion IM, Township II, tbsnoe eust 80 abain>,  ibenoeuor h 40 ub tins, the. oe wet 80  ohaios, tliCBoe south 40 ulultis to plaoo  of oouimenoemtut, coutaiuiutf 8'20 aorbs,  tuo ������ or !������������������������������  Morlbad on post GCLM's KW sorhsr,  Gxoros (JiivruN Lj-U'icqh* Milmb,  '"  ��������� Dan (Jlurk, Atfant.  Dated De.emlwir 20th. 1010  . i.i...������      1  .1   1   II I    1     I m  .  RUPERT UNI).DISTRICT.  , luminal nl Rupert,  TAKK notice that -Many I'Hlten  Arehlbsltl of Vancouver, B 0, en-  ������lne������r, iotonllp to apjdy for peroili  aion 10 purnluisfl the following do  scribed latidsi���������Comtuenoing at a  pom pUnled 4 chains north of K M  Reason's southwest corner, thonnt*  north 40 chtins, thenoe wen 40  oha'ns, thence iouth 40 ch������ln������.  thence esrt 40 ehains to pines o<  commciucmcfil, coutiiining UW  Hores, nior or loss, 1  Scribed on p st II.P.A.'u S.K ceir  Jlutny Patmsw AncimuMt,  Dun Clitilr, .\t*ni  Dated Deu   Uib, 1010.  Coojk'i Grttofl Root CompotttA  Tb������i Brent Ut<_#hte Tepl?, rind  enlr aaio emataal Monthly  iBeguli-ioroi. whici wenven sua  ioptod. MoU la throe (If  ef sitwitib-z<o, n, li t   utroneer. Kit  costs, u (ior  -. resoJiiMf vrietu  _^_a_M_am_m_^_m_^^^_m/m^_w^_Jt_^m_^_W_^_m ^hlAMl^_____k^__A_f ttaA_____BJ__.^___MA^____i  fTH STBn SwS"l"in������'*8 T S"l1IttI S S"8l  RUPKRT LAND DISTBI0T  Distnet of Rupert  TAKR notice that Harguarita  Leitahof Vancouver, B.C., occupation Saleslady, intends to apply;  for perm lesion to purchase the following described lands: ���������  Commeueh-i; at a post planted  at the u������rth east corner of Sseucp  34, Township 30, thenee wstt SO  chains, thence south 80 chains,  thenoe east 80 chain*, thence north  80 chains to place of cflmtnet.ee-  merit, containing 640 aersi, mora  or less.  Scribed on post, M.L.'s X. I. cor.  ������ MATir.l'KKITE _.E!?CHi  Dan. Clark, Agent.  Dated December Ifith, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT ���������  District of Rupert  TAKX notice that Edna Fit her  Spencer of.Alameda, Cal., mnrriod  woman, intends lo apply for por-  naission to punilisffe the'f.llorfin*'  described lands:���������  Commencing at a post pl������rji..i-l  at the south west corner of fisetian'  2 Township 21, thenee *#st id  chains, thence north,80'chaiavV  thence west 80 chains, thenee soutk  80 chains to place of comitieiiCe-  ment, containing 040 t-orat ner* or  less. -1  Soribed on pon KJT.r.'i S W.oar..  JmPttx Fisher Sn������*c������a  Dan Clerk, Agents  Dated Draanber 16th, 1910.  ���������mmmmmmfmmmm., ��������� ��������� .      ��������� .,   __miii hi  t.u iw���������ta_K>  ���������RUPKRTLAHD'DISTRICT���������  1   Distriot ef Rupert.  TAKE naticx tbat Haul** Art by  of Vancouver, B,C , married wemftn*  intends fo apply lor permittion to  purchase' the following d.n.ribed  lands:���������  Commencing at a- post planted-  at the south as si corner of Ssctlon  3, Township 21, thence noith 80  ohains, thence west 80 chains,  theaoee, south 80 chains, iUmico  east 80 chaias to plsoe di cam-*  mencetnant, eonuiainf 6$, naiss  more or lata  Soribed on peat, ^J .V.'s IB.E. cor;  Haidkm Afiilw  Den Clark, Agont.  9s led December 16th, 1910.  ������dftireos>iil  * yjwulal.  M W all  by all er-iwUH, or *o*,  ropald op. reeolj  , _. rroe pamphlet. M ,  iHNU'TOIINTS.ONr, Ucuntri  .  X.  I  <  s  \  i  _  a-  m  T3  O  O  QJ  j*m*m4  mO  ^t*a-  CD  it  oxi  *wAa_|  c  Cm  if)  V)  ��������� rm  6  S  c  U  ���������.  V  ammJ  miafml  if,  i  as       rf  QJ  J3  r  w  C/3  <  b/5  c  u  ri  I  RUPERT LAKD DBTRIOt  Diatriot of Rapert,  TiKK NOTIOB that Lilliaa Iheppard,  of taoeoafer, B.C., married wsasn in-  toads to asply for pormlssiiie teuonha-o  tho (oilowiuR ������!��������� soribed !*n*)s:���������C'unmoa  eing a*-, a poit planted at tho s������������t.li ojs.  eorncr of B^etion 24, Tosmahip 51, tbeoee  north SO ehains, theaee west 80 shitii:s,  thoneo souia 80 ohnins, theaes snot 80  eitiins t<> piece ef eommateneitsiiiat, e6n-  kai'iiui (J40 seres, mm. at less,  So-ibi.doa puitLS's fl.R. onrssr*  LauAN Suvrrsnn.  Dan Cist*. A������_ent.  I)������t������d December IStb, 10.0.  ������������������mmmmmimmm. ���������<-���������������.���������������������,������������������..��������� ._.������_..._,������ mmm*.mwmtm+.mr~,mm)*-^,w,mmm, m, ,M%  RUPKRT LAND DISTHICT  District of Rupert.  TAKU NOTICK XUt WilhaaWtidrusn  Sbsppsrd, of Vancouver, B.O., esl>.  inel maker, intend* t<> apply f������r permbw  siou tn purohase tlse following dowribeit  Uadni-Cotameeeidir si a pf������t i>lnnt������*<i oae  mile west of th" ioutbsasi oonidr of Hei���������  tion 14, Towmlilp 21, Uisaes north M  cb. ins, thenoo wast A0 ohslai, tbe. Co  MoutbSOebaius, theoc-i e������it IW chains (1  plaoo of eowmsbQewont, eeutilnlng fl-lo  tiore*, more <>r ie s.  Soribud 0 1 p������ivt WIV .w"s n V,, curnur.  WtU/UM WA1)M>N WlliU'iMlll*.  Hun Clli.'i, .)({Orit,  DaiulDeefmli.i'l!)lli, Mill).  &'\U  RUPKRT LANDDISTRIOT  DlatrUto'Huiio'i:.  TaKH KOTIOK Mm William Km].  riskTai.ker> <>r Vtnsoiiv- W C- iiuiiiira.* nr  era uftani, inteorlu to sppl) '���������> imim i ' r  topuruhaw iiifi'U'iWU'i; ������l������euabt* lm.<! .  1 ouin inelsir al a p������'t plan to I nbovit I  milo' H'tt of tliu northw^t aori-r of hiu-  tinn'IM, Tow������ie!.i|������ 0, tiikitneiiitKOelinu^  V eunt* youth 10 fbslo*, 1.-.M-I *** t .11  t'iiaiu--. U������������ at aur It m) ������*iW * 'a *���������! c* oi  oumo.eiioin-.Dt, eottainiig (10 ������������r*s  more nr lees.  florl'H -e peit WKT's K.W. u^retr,  U'll.l.tAM KVMPHICK TaSK'SS-  Dsu Clsik, Attenl.  Uat������*l>ow>berl������i.. l������lt>.  RUPrRTLAND liWVWm   ~~"  Distriot if Rui^rt.  TAKK NOTICE that Is������ti*llt Monlc  I os-ia,    (if   Vateonver,   H, 0,, ���������,  el rk, intends to spply for p'rm'wien u-  . urobnse ibe billov* ������n ''xar>Afi <| Is J..  1 ��������� wnwioies at a p v|, plent������.ls. lie���������������������.��������������� li  w������*e cr iwr <f Sua u lu, Ton ���������>'^ til  tin* CPSftutti **0 (ii.nio..   ���������]������!.���������   -   i'    '    ''?  <'l������*in< Hiwi'e-   noitii Hit cbtln-i, tl������ru^  wcul 1.0'h 1 a, to \i\m0a of   iWIPItiee-  me l.ou t-tinl--gfttl)*om.mo*eo''ipnfl-  Rcrib tion iMiaflM'erf W'.ioriier.  la*������M.!.* MANTCll-lt'lK,  Dtio'f'Jnri,,Ag������ut.  nt,.!!).oeu������bi 18tb. Villi n        \  *4-t4-H-IM-f4^H������������^H-W-t-* A:  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  DOCTORS  FAILED  aMaammmmmmma-mmaammitmm-am  Suffered Several Hears With  Kidney Trouble, "Peruna  Cured Me."  Mr. John N.  Watkins, 3133  Sheuand o a h  Ave, St. Lcuis  Mo., writes./  "Among all  the greatly advertised ni.cli-  clnes for kid  oey and bladder trouble,  there is noth-  i n g wh'ch  equals Peruna. I suffered  for several  fears with this  trouble, spent  hundreds of  dollars on doctors and medicine and all to  no purpose un  til I took Peruna.  "One bottle did.me more good thai  nil the others put\together, as the>  on'; poisoned my system. Peruna  cured me. I used it for four months  beiore a complete cure waa accomplished, but am truly grateful to you  The-least I can do in return is to  acknowledge the merits of" Perun-i,  which I take pleasure in now doiw..'*  ANOINTING A NEW KING.  ���������."���������Ir. John N. Watkins  And That Set Him Thinking  "I always feel, after I have spent  an hour or two in your company," he  said, "that I am a better man."  '  "It is very good of you to say so,"  she replied. "Don't hesitate to come  often."  Many Historic Customs Dropped Since  George IV.'s Coronation.  The crowning of tho King of England has usually been accompanied by  what was regarded as the still more  solemn rit������ of anointing with oil,  which dates from the days of tho ancient Hebrews. And in England, before tho Norman conquest, tho term  used waa '���������hallowing," or consecration,  rather than that of coronation.  But from old records it seems that  the ceremony as then performed at  Winchester was in all essentials tlie  same as that which now takes place  i in Westminster abbey. Few people  seem to be aware that the coronation  ceremony wns the only religious rite"  of the, Anr.li.au Church which escaped  tho pruning policy of the reformers;  henbe its impressive ritual and gorgeous pageantries.  The last coronation at which eyery  old  world   ceremony   was duly   per-  | formed ;,was tlmt of King George IV.  At his crowning a coronation banquet  took place, there was a procession of  peer, the herb strewer scattered flowers, and the challenge of-the champion of England wos included,in the  ceremony. But at the coronations of  William IV., Queen Victoria and King  Edward these old customs were for  various reasons omitted.  i However, much remains that is of  deep intere&t and stately splendor.  The dean and chanter of Westminster  chum the right to instruct the sovereign in the duties of this solemn service, and on coronation day the regalia are delivered into their custody.  According to old records, $500 is  paid for the anointing oil supplied by  the. royal apothecary. The coronation chairs are of interest. That of the  King, is the chair of Edward the Confessor, used by every British sovereign  since the time of Edward II. It is of  oak and is recovered with fresh crimson velvet on each occasion. Beneath  it is placed the stone of destiny, an  ancient relic which came originally  from Ireland.  A Mild Pill for Delicate Women.-Thc  tnosts delicato woman can undergo a  courso of Parmelee's Vegetable Pills  without fear of unpleasant consequences.  Their action, while wholly effective, is  mild and agreeable. , No violent pains or  purging*, follow, their use as thousands of  women who have usod them caD testify  They, aro therefore, strongly recommended  to women, who are more prone to disorders of tho digestive organs than men.  Most hard alack,  Our moral lot,  Our cats come back.  Our ships do not.  HELP FOR OLD  BACKS THAT ACHE  GIN PILLS Cure Them  Age is no barrier to the wonderful,  soothing, healing properties of GIN  PILLS, the great Canadian Kidney  Cure. We have on record many letters' from men and women of 60, 65,  70, 75, 80 and over, testifying to tho  great relief they received from taking  GIN PILLS.  Mr. Samuel Martin, of Strathroy,  Ont., 'suffered for twenty ' years with  misery in his back. -Some months  ago, he tried GIN PILLS and after  taking only three boxes, was entirely  cured, Mr. Martin is now 85 years  of nge and enjoys tlie robust health  of u vigorous man of sixty, thanks  to GIN PILLS.  All elderly people nre troubled,  more or loss, with Kidney and Bladder trouble, and pain nnd weakness  in tho back. GIN PILLS are a guaranteed cure for all these misforturies.  Money promptly refunded if they  fail to give complete satisfaction.  50c. it box���������6 for $2.50.'' Sample box  free if you write to us, mentioning  this paper. National Drug and Chemical Co., Dept. N.U., Toronto. 49  -Puck,-  SMohsCune  sralekly ataaa Muto, aaoaa Mldm, haOa  Ike threes aam bsasa. ���������   ���������   ���������  tf aamta.  A bay leaf added to a plain tomato  soup will give it a pleasant savor.  In  making a French  dressing ,use  twice as much oil as vinegar.  A wifo and buto medicine for a child  troubled with worms is Mother Graves'  Worm  Exterminator.  "Do you think wp have heard the  worst of the discords in our party?"  "Not yet," replied the musical man,  just wait till our glee club gets to  practising."  What Artists See.  Mr. C. Lewis Hind draws a striking  picture of the artist's vision in the  English Review, especially of those  whom he calls "The Unafraid," such  as Seurat, Signac, Van Gogh, and  Gauguin.  "How can I hope to illustrate the  intensity of their achievement   in   a  few pages?' We who sit at home in  ease' constructing  arm-chair  theories  can  hardly - realize   their  white-hot,  fever-tossed mania for expression.   It  is well.   Goya looked into gulfs. Van  Gogh strained into  the furnace and  was scorched and shrivelled. But the  flame  of their  lives   enables   us   to  ���������understand-why���������the���������New���������Movement-  in Art has prospered and spread, seeing how fierce were tlie' pioneer fires.  "In the background the lonely and  majestic  Cezanne, a  kind of Moses,  looking within him.elf for the promised land; in the foreground, in the  midst of the battle,  Van Gogh  and  Gauguin, with  their elemental craving for expression, their passion for  creation, for seei";, for living, and���������  ,    .    .    I had ended there,  But a great wind blew all the stars  to flare.  "The great wind! Those stars blown  to flare!   Who knows what suns of  the future th������sc* hi'mi wit i their i*reat  wind of creation and vision may not  fan into being."  Frankness in  Dealing  Certainly lhe ablest, men that ever  were have had all an openness and  frankness of dealing, and a name of  certainty and 'veracity.���������Bacon.  Falling Hair  To provont dry, thin and falling  hair, roraovo dandruff, allay itching  and .'.rrltatlon of tho scalp, and pro-  mot:. ;ho growth and beauty of tbo  hair," froquant' shampoos' wltb Cuticura Soap, osfilfitod by oocimional  drcwHlngs with Cutlcnira Ointmout,  Buocnr-a when othor motbodn fail.  Cuticura Boap arid Ointment havo  b_on onually offoctlvo in tho ;,ront-  mon- of torturing, disfiguring Hculp  humor.*,and tbo alarming loss of hair  whbh so cf'or. roHulU*. For oxumpA  road how Goorgn K, ���������lofforHor., lfi 18  Hood JMt., Philadelphia, toll. of. hi.  '���������romi.rkr.hlo caso:  "My dlscusoKturtwl with it llttli* pimple  ���������on my head, Then tt b������|*un to Itcli, '1 lio  morn I would scratch, tlio worm* It i*mw  until' It (iproa-l r.ll over my licuil, Ho 1  Wont to ill. doctor. Hut my homl i.ii'W  an raw ivh iv ploro of beef und my tutir coin-  inencwl to lull out In lnincliiw. Ho J  rIkiiikimI doctor*!, My lifii'l ill thin I'lny  wiw m two I could not touch It. Then 1  df-ulili'd to no to tho hof-pltul. Tlu������y liciruii  to trwit It but It Improved very /-lowly,  l''nr ovnr three yesro I was n. RiilTurcr from  thl.'i (llNfUtii, I tlioti**ht nil Imped nf n per-  snaripiit cure w.re Impos.lhlo.   A friend.  litioii wcliii* tlie comlltlnn of my liewl  Which wuh a irnuui of rimnlnn corrupt  -miked mo If I hud tried tlio Ontlnini  Jteimi'lliu*.   I told lilm notlilu. would ilu  inn any Rood; Imt liHnf vory auxlotw to  Iii* cured, I decided to try tlicm.   Tlio "  trcatrm.it brought Immediate relief,  hn cured, I decided to try tlicm. Tlio Unit  trcatmmit brought immediate, relief, My  Imlr Ixwnnie nllv. and .topped fullliiK out,  nil tlm milo loft and now l um perfectly  well nnd havo a full hena of Imlr. I enn  truthfully nay thst It was entirely duo to  tho two of the, Cuticura ll���������medl_������."  (Slimed) Unomin Ii, Jiotmiihon,  '**l1t!<-rtl"(    V.fn-Alf-    ������T������    K'l'l    liy   l(������-M!.t'l"l"  ovnrywlinn*, J*ott#r J)r*m k Client, Corp., Hold  Jw_ia, jUwlon, Uuix Pond lw Im' i'kln u������4.  Do Not Need to Fight.  They aro not all fired with the new  Imperial war spirit in Australia. Replying recently to a deputation of  Quakers who desired to secure exemption for their sons from tbe provisions  of the Defence'Act in regard to compulsory scrvico, the Victorian Prime  Minister said thoro were only two  course, open to the Government. One  waa to leave Australia at the mercy  of an enemy; the other to defend it.  The voluntary system had failed, and  the Government wns forced to see tbo  people were properly trained to protect thoir homes, Tho proposed training would bo of physical benefit to  the boys, It would render thorn fit  to serve their country in case of necessity. Tho training need not mean  tbnt the young men would bo compelled to fight in spite of religious  hcruplos, but thoy would not bo exempt from non-cornbntnnt scrvico,  Stolo Bank Book.  .Kingston, Jan. 0.���������A 15-yonr-old bnv  walked Into thn Merchants' Bunk  nnd. producing n bunk hook, n.kod tho  dork to mnko out n ehhek for .TOO in  his favor. Ho signed tho check and  tho money wns about to bo given him,  when one of tho elorkh, who* wns  watching nnd who knew the owner of  tlio bunk book, intervene*.*.!, Tho Ind  wnn then questioned, but took to bin  hocMf*, Ho wns nrrcsUtd hy Cnnfltnblu  Arnlol, who four4 that ho hud stolen  tho hunk book from n Queen's student  named Pierce, who bonrdh with tho  lad's mother. Ho signed Pierce's  name. Ho will bo arraigned in tho  juvenile court on n charge of forgery.  Onn Curs Cnncer.  Sir A. 1\ Gould, senior Burgeon to  tho Middlesex Hnspitnl, lecturing bo.  forn tho Hoynl College of Surgeons  on "Cnncor, snid Unit when the bio-  loi*iHt, know, wllh n knowlodtro akin  in Uh swonp and iioounicy to that of  Im iiritroiioiner, tin.' I'm?, tli/il. govern  coll growth, he would hnvo power to  prevent, to control,' and to curo  cnncpr,  Eczema is  Not Fatal  But its torture increases as it spreads  over the body  until  it makes life  ', a burden.   It is cured by  DR. CHASE'S OINTMENT  So many have eczema of one form  or another and do not know it. The  constant itching annoys them, but  they scarely realize how the disease  is gradually spreading and becoming  more aggravated.  Particularly during cold .weather,  when exposed to sudden changes and'  dampness, this ailment becomes more  severe, 'and during the night, when  the body is warm, suffering is intense and sleep almost impossible.  There is cure in the use of Dr.  Chase's Ointment. This healing,  soothing preparation brings almost  instant relief from the distressing  itching.  In the course of a few days the  healing process sets in and it is only  a question of time andopersistent application of the ointment until cure  is effected.  ~ "MrT "FredTWrClar k "Pctworth7~A"d~  dington county, Ont., writes:���������"My  mother had eczema in both legs for  about twenty years., She doctored for  a long time and tried everything for  it, but got no relief until a friend  advised her to use Dr. Chase's Ointment, which she got.  "She Bund that Dr. Chase's Ointment .gave her great relief, so she got  some more and continued this treatment faithfully, until now she is entirely oured of eczema. I don't think  anyone, could have this disease worse  than1 she did."  Dr. A. \V. Chase's Ointment, 60  cents a box, at all dealers or Edmonson, Bates and Co,, Toronto. The  portrait and signature of A. W. Chnse,  M.D., the famous Receipt Book  anthor are on every box of his medicine.  The 1909 Lumber Output  The lumber output of Canada during the year .3909���������the official report  concerning which, compiled by the  forestry branch of the department of  the interior, has only just been issued  ���������was 3,814,942,000 board feet, an increase of 396,776,000 over tho 1908  output. Ontario headed the list of  producers with an irirease over the  1908 cut of 11.9 per cent:, while  British Columbia���������owing to the rapid  exploitation of its fir and cedar forests���������went into second place with an  increase Qf 22 per cent., displacing  Quebec, which had a decrease of 7.7  per cent.  The Pill Thnt Bring* Rellat���������tVhon. after  ono has pnrtnkcn of a meal lio Is opprosn-  ������.rt by feeling, of fullness nnd pnins In  the ston*nch lie sulforn from dy.���������op.in,  wnioh will porsi'*. if it be not denlt wlth.-  Pnnnolee'. Vepetnblo Pills nro the verv  befit, medicino that enn bo tnkon to brlni.  relief. These pills nre specially compounded to denl with dy.pepsla, and their uteri-  in. qunlitie. in .this respect can bo vouched for by logioiiB of u.er..  Tho wife of a great botanist beamed  at him across the supper-table.  "But these," she.exclaimed, pointing to the dish of mushroms that bad  been set before, "are not all for me,  Aristotle, are they?"  "Yes, Alice," lie nodded. "I gathered them especially for you with my  own hands."  She beamed upon him gratefully.  Whnt a dear, unselfish old husband  he was In five minutes she had demolished the dish.  At breakfast the next morning he  greeted her anxiously.  "Sleep all right?" he inquired.  , "Splendidly','" she smiled.  "Not sick ,at all���������no pains?" he  pressed.  "Why, of course not, Aristotle" she  responded, '��������� ,-  "Hurrah, then," he exclaimed. "-I  have discovered another species of  mushroom that isn't poisonous!"  Fresh Air in Winter  ; la winter, it is hard to getffresh tlr  in certain rooms. Some rooms in ���������  house are usually colder than, others,  and if you open the windows it is  hard atain to heat the room properly.  If you keep the windows closed  you don't get fresh air; if you keep  them open you cannot quickly reheat  tiie room.  The   ���������      .<  IERFECT10]  Snokeum  2JL MEATtE  Aatmlately smtlclat mi odorless  ���������olves the difficulty. Tou can leave  the -windows in a room open all day  In winter, and when you close them  apply a match to a Perfection Oil  Heater and heat the room to any temperature you desire in a few minutes.  tit*J^..J!erf?ftlon ^ H.Mter ,8 AnMed In Japan or nickel. It burns for  ���������JiiH^i-1* hM * "^ handle and ��������� d������mPer *������P- 1������ h������������ ������n ���������ntomaMc-  ���������5?S_ V ���������**?���������*������*��������� "blch prevents the wick from being turned high  ������____Srf. Iu!m^ke' ������������������*,������������������ w������f to ftmoTo and drop back ao that the wick can So  quickly clenaed.  An indicator always shows amount of oil In tbe font.'  t. _1.!!!iflI5er'_J.p dow not "need to be screwed down. It U put la like a cork  In a bottle, and ia attached to the font by a chain. ���������������������������*������������������������  _i.��������� J-h? burn!I b?d? or 8������,lery c*nnot become wedged, because of a new  ������ ������.Anf������#������8,^������I!. ������n<������������on������equentiv,itcan always be easily unscrewed in  ������__[? i?.?ii_ #���������������r/ewi?kfn������- Ihf p'rfe<*i������n Oil Heater is strong durable, well  made, built for service, yet light and ornamental. ^      '  D-mkn Bmtyttam. V not at years, arSt for mtatvtatU dtcu-w  ... mtlaeaeenstastatyo/tk*   ���������w������w'ww*r  The Imperial Oil Company,  IhmHmm. '  Minnrd'_r Liniment.Co., Limited. |  Sirs,���������I have used vour MINARD'S  LINIMENT for the past 25 years and  tyhilst I have occasionally used other  liniment? I can safelysay that thave  never used any equal "to yours.  - If rubhed between the hands and  inhaled frequently it will never fail  to cure cold in the head in 24 hours.  It is also the Best for bruises,  sprains, etc. Yours truly.  J. G. LESLIE. '  Dartmouth.  The Egotist���������"Waiter, take this gen.  tleman's Roup away. I can't hear the  bond! "���������Punch.  Minard's   Llnlmont  Cure   Diphtheria,  Whon electric light nnd gns are not  nvnilnblo, light n danco-room with reflector lamps hung well nbove the  heads of the dancers, CnndleR nre  apt to splutter and spell ruin for  coats nnd dresses, and flicker with  tho drnught caused by tho dancing.  Wake up, Cull," sajrs the burglar,  shaking the man by the shoulder.  The man wakes up, and jumps up  too..  ��������� " i~ went" tf oo^dis-" lYouserlas*-"week" an*  got $100 an' a bum gold watch," explained the burglar;, "an' de papers  said dat you said your loss was $100  an' joolry to the amount of five or six  hundred."  "Ye-ycs?"  "Well, make good, sport. -Me parrl-  ner dat was wntclnn' on de outside  made., me cough up de difference between wjlat I got an' what* you said I  got!, Now you got to make good. You  can't, beat me dat way."���������Judge's  Library.  It Makes New Friend* Every Day���������Not  a day goeH by that Dr Thomas' Ecleotrio  OU doc. not widen tho otrole of Its friend..  Orders for It oomc from tho most unlikely  filncoN In the west nnd far north, for Its  amo ha. travelled far. It dcsorv.fl thi.  attention, for no oil hns dono so mueh  for humanity, Its mod.rate coat mako. it  easy to yet.  "I would infinitely rather tnke my  chance in the hereafter with the mnn  wlio has burst himself out with strong  drink, or destroyed his body and  brain in sexual excess, thnn with the  man who hns trampled on his brother  men nnd sister women, and mnko his  oars denf to the children's cry for  brend in order to slake his unhnllow-  od thirst for gold. If there ho no hell,  then one ouirht tn be err I Led for such  a brood,"���������Tho Summits of tho Soul,  by Rev, Jf-T. Howard,  Remember to Forget  Blobbs���������"A woman is always illogical."  ���������Slobbs���������"Yes; she will always expect you to remember her birthday,'  but rtever her age."    '  MOTKERS'^APPRECIATE  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  Because they are the only medicine  which gives the' guarantee of a Government analyst to contain no opium, morphine.or other harmful narcotic. This means the mother . can  give this medicine to'' her youngest  baby with absolute safety. - Thousands of mothers know this and will  give no other medicine to-their little ones, The,;. Tablets ���������' cannot do  harm^_rthey:.always-,do.-_good.__,JWhen.  tho little' one- has a cold'; baby indigestion;'colic; when he has .worms or  his teeth, are troubling' him, Baby's  Own Tablets will prove their worth.  Concerning them . Mrsi E. Merriam.  Shetland, Ont., writes:���������"I use Baby's  Own Tablets for my three little ones  and consider them the very best medicine during the teething period."  The.Tablets are sold at 25 cents a box  by all medicine dealers or direct from  The Dr, Willinms' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont. ,,  Not Perfect  .   .   .  A horse dealer was showing a horse  to a .prospective buyer. After running him back and forward for a few  minutes, he stopped and said to the  buyer: "What do you think of his  cout?   Isn't he a dandy?"  The buyer, noticing that the horse  had the heaves, replied*. "Yes, I like  his coat all right, but I don't like  his  pants."���������Tit-Bits.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  Take LAXATIVE BEOMO Quinine  Tablets. Druggists refund money if it  fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box.   25c.  A girl has to learn how to' sew, but  she knows from, the start how to flirt.  w  9���������  You enn't always measure women's  troubles by their sighs.  If a hoiled egg is fresh it will dry  quickly when taken from the water.  Shiloh's Gime  IDlokly step* uoughu, anram aald������; haalt  me  tkroataad  luus** 98 orata.  '  "That big house nt the foot of tho  street wns burned this morning, nnd  tho tenants would hardly permit  themselves to bo dragged out."  "Why wns thnt?"  "Thoy said it was this first time Iho  tenement had ever beon comfortably  warm,'  We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward  for any cane of Catarrh that cannot be  cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.  F. ,T, CHENEY A Co., Toledo, O.  Wo,. tho undersigned, .have known F, J.  Cheney for the Inst fifteen years, nnd believe him perfectly honorable* in all business transactions and financially able to  I carry out any obligations made by his  Arm. ,  WALDINQ. KINNAN A MAHVIN,'  Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,  j acting directly upon tho blood and mucous  ; surfaces of the system.   Testimonials sent  free.    Price 75 cents por bottle.   Sold by  all DruKftlHts'.  Tako Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ^  Women ought to hnve the right to  vote so they wouldn't want to do it.   .  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Garget  In  Cows  Any husbnnd who J.'mndo good by  nngging wrll bear wntching.  For over fifty yoars Rhoumntlam,  Neurnlgin, and othor painful ailments bnvo beon cured by Hnmlinn  Wiznrd Oil. It is a good honest remedy nnd you will not regret, having  n bottle ready for uso.  Bub���������"Father, who wns Shylock?"  Fnthor���������"Shnmn on you, Buhl   Go  study your Biblol"  W. N.   U., No. 030  Fvlrnvni������nnt to Buv All.  "Would you buy a Lpgislnturo?" In-  nirod tho patriotic young man, in-  dlgimntly,  "If you menu n whole T.ogl**|iitiir<*������,"  answered Senator Sorghum, "1 will  say promptly nnd .ninlwticnlly that  ���������I would not. It would ho n needles,  oxtrnviigiinco. A little moro than  half the Logl.lntiiri-* la plenty for all  practical puriHiH.i-."  CompnrnllvHy Modern,  Friction mutches nre n cnmpnni.  tivoly rnodnrn invention, having boon  nwio by -lohn Walker in England  in lft_7, Thoso wore rather r-rudft  affair*, howovor. and ho improved  them wmiowhut in 183.'! by using  phosphorus,  mam / *,-.������������������-','' '   ^f'l'.^t.}���������"���������!.'-i^y f:V*'*.���������*-'���������"''" &���������"*���������,-,���������.>*,.���������-?*-'������i.'"_,/i.-'**V>"{'." '    ,-.' 7"V ;  *  ...... \'������������������������������������'���������     : .-*'*,-' .'.-'   '*    ��������� . -,"-   ',.,'    '���������    *,,   .'' ,-*���������   .���������.-..' ���������     -xy .,'"   >*  M.-*i*-S',^*..-r\  ���������'  ff  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  *  ���������> i  resorted to by Italian oooka when tho.  queen of the American kitchen  woulds  pour on kerosene or cram, in kindling  to hurry the low,, flre to more force.  The ordinary cook tb whom we housekeepers ln this country are accustomed  would take boundless credit to herse". If  she managed' to boll a potato and cook  a bit of bacon In these circumstances,  but tho chef of my Florentine culinary  department produced delicious, and  savory dishes, with the rude means at  her command, anu seemed to take, for  granted all the hindrances we woula.  conslder Intolerable. To the latest da/  of my Italian domestic experience I  never became entirely accustomed to  the appetising courses my cook served  to me from such unpropltlouS' surround-  lags.  , There Is a common Impression' that  Italian cookery must all swim ln oil  and reek of garlic. Often I -have .won-  dered how that Impression originated.  Both oil and garlic were used In cooking, but the suspicion of the latter was  never strong enough to be offensive,  while oil was so used that It produced  no more greastness than butter would  if employed 'in corresponding manner.  Certain' dishes prepared for us by my  various Italian cooks live gratefully In  my memory. Never until I return io  Italy  shall  I  eat such  lamb, as   was.  "Occasionally one gets a glimpse of it in an,Italian quarter."  "Sent our roasts out to the nearest  .bakery."  Ir I had to make my choice between  French and Italian cookery, I believe I would decide in preference,  of Italian. '    ,   .  I do,not speak without much experience. Housekeeping ln Paris gave me  an acquaintance wfch French "cooking  ,on Its native heath; three winters of  keeping  house  in Italy  made  me   fa-  "rnlliar with all "the Ins arid'outs of "the  ���������Italian cuisine. My Judgment is that- the  latter Is more appetising, more "savory  even than the cookery of France, and  has certain qualities which "make It  more worthy of Imitation by the American housekeeper than the far-famed-  end justly famed���������French cooking. . It la  also no less economical, and presents nn"  many ways of making common dishes  uncommon and good. '  The triumphs of the Italian cook are  achieved under no more favorable circumstances than those won In France.  The kitchen is as small in one. place oa  the   other.    There, was   a   family   re-  eemblance between  all  threo  of those.  over which I presided In the course of ,  my Italian housekeeping,   ,,  ,   All  three  kitchens  had ��������� stone  floors,  or at least floors' laid with  a sort of  yellow brown brick, extremely .difllcult  to mako neat in appeal-too,   None of  the three had any water arrangements  beyond a very ordinary sink and a oold-  water tap. 'In each kltche*.  tho range  "Produced delicious dishes with-the rude means at her command."  or cookstove consisted of a construction  moro or less like a flat-topped tomb-  stono of what some one has, called  "the plcnlc-table variety," with round  holes In It for burning charcoal. In one  we had an oven, and this was considered a great luxury. In the ��������� other  apartments we either roasted In a pot  set on top of, tho charcoal, or sent our  roasts out lo the nearest bakery, In the  local fashion,  tfhe fuel was Invariably charcoal,  kindled with groat pains and vigorous  r use of a pasteboard or straw fan. Said  fan l_ as much a imrt of the equipment  of nn Italian kitchen as a stovellftcr ia  on nn American range. Without constant fanning the charcoal would not  Ignite properly, and strenuous action Is  served to us there. -The savorlnees and  flavor might have been partially accounted for by the, fact that the ment  was. really a potroast, cooked in a  covered saucepan over the flre, and with  hot coals neaped on the metal top of the  pot to brown the upper surface of the  meat; but I am Inclined to think thero  was more in it than that, and that part  of tho virtue resided ln the beast Itself���������  the way it was fed or killed, or something of the sort, Whatever the cause,  roast lamb was the most satisfactory  moat ever served to us In Italy, where  all the meat was good.  Risotto was also a prime favorite with  in*. This was practically a dally dish,  taking the place on our table held by  potatoos  ln  some form  In  the Ameri  can household. The cookery ,of 0the  dish was begun by frying a sliced onion  brown In a tablespoonful of butter or  of olive oil. The preference of the" genuine Itallah was, of course/ for the oil.  and we soon came to like the slight  nutty flavor It gave to the dish better  than that of the cooked butter. When,  the onion was soft and brown, a pint  of hot water was added to it, and a cup- .  fnl of rice, which had been washed and  picked over. The dish was never made  with rice which had been already-  cooked. The rice was boiled In the  water until soft, more water .being  added If there was danger of the dish  becoming too dry before the rice was  done. While It cooked, a cupful of  stewed tomatoes was made hot and  freed from lumps. The tiny round red ,  tomatoes are essential in" all Italian  cookery, and a handful of them Is always, Included In .the dally marketing.  The pulp and the liquid of the tomatoes  are both used, but the lumps ,'were  rubbed out and a teaspoonful of sugar  was stirred Into them. After the rice  was soft It was' salted to taste, the  tomato   was   poured ' over   It  and' well  , mixed, and then the contents of the  saucepan were turned Into a hot dish  and sprinkled with a tablespoonful of  grated parmesan cheese.  ���������-Of-course,���������macaroni���������Intone1���������of -Its-  many forms was always served as one  vegetable.' Here we' have little idea of  how large a variety of macaroni' may  be found, although occaslonnlly'ohe gets  a glimpse of It in a shop ln an Italian  quarter of the  town,    in   Rome   and  i Florence, "however, we used to take an  Infantile joy.in having a succession of  different kinds., It might be purchased  . In the .ordinary pipe macaroni, or as the  smnller- spaghetti, or as the still finer  vermicelli. But It was also sold In flat  rlbbon-llke form ftnd In disks and  squares and diamonds and rounds, and  in a number of other shapes���������all good.  I do not recollect ever eating macaroni cooked In Italy In the way It Is  most frequently seen on American tables���������with , cheese over It nnd baked,  Our favorite fashion was simple, but  extremely good. A half pound of it  was cooked in boiling salted water until  tender, then drained and turned Into a  dish, and over, It was pourajj a cupful  of tomato which had been cooked soft  with   a   sliced * lemo'n.    This   was   put,  through a colander before mixing with  the-> macaroni.    Two  tablespoonfuls  ot  grated    parmesan  .cheese   were   then,  strewed oyer the top of the macaroni'  and It was served piping hot.  Polenta, ��������� which Is almost as much a  national Italian dish as macaroni, was  also often seen on our' table. It might be  bought - ready prepared there; but ln  this country tho housewife would hardly.  succeed ln finding it, I am .afraid. It  would have to be made at home, and Is  really little more than mush of yellow  cornmeal, , When It has been cooked  until thoroughly done, It Is taken out  by the spoonful and'put Into a dish and  a highly seasoned tomato sauce poured  over It���������unless a good brown gravy Is  preferred. In either case grated cheese  Is sprinkled over the top of the polenta  and the dish set in the oven for three  minutes before sending to table;  , I have given these dishes with so much  d.tail because I believe they would be  found no less pleasing to the home-  Btaylng families than they were to the  household transplanted to Italy, The  American cuisine takes pride ln appropriating the best wherever it can. be  found;'and when the housekeeper'can  make economy and appetizing qualities  .go hand in hand she Is lucky.   Italian  ~cookery~supplies~her~wHh"s'_^cli-a"n"~op-"'  portunlty; and I shall hope to hear"that  many of' my- constituency will try the  dishes I have outlined and give a good  report of them.  This season of the year, when celery  Is at Its best, Is an excellent tlnie to  , try another of our favorite Italian vege-  . table dlsheB, known'as "sedonl," which  was nothing more nor less than fried  iclcry with an Itallnn twist.   The part  ' of the celery used was the outer stalks,  which we're not so well blanched as the  finer portions, These stalks were cut  Into 4 or 6 Inch lengths, rolled first In  ��������� an egg beaten up with a little water  and then In fine crumbs, sprinkled with  suit and pepper, dipped again Into the  . egg and fried In oll\e oil. Grated cheese  was strewed over the celery just before  It went to (able. (  Thus far I have dealt with vogetable  dlsheB,   but   wo   had  variety   ln   our  moat dishes as woll.   It was not all  roast lamb, much as wo liked It!  Perhaps our preferred meat dish for  lunch   was   frltolla,   also   known' as  fritto misto.  For this we had the giblets,    hearts,    livers,       lizards    and  lights'  of   a   pair   oi     nlckene���������these  giblets could bo bought without the  chlcltens ��������� parboiled   and   cut   into,,  pieces.    Artichokes arid peeled potatoes were also sliced, all were dipped ln  egg,   rolled   in   flour  or  cornmeal  and  fried In boiling olive oil.   Butter could  be used Instead of the oil.   All of the  pieces of food were drained well after  frying,   and   were   dry   and   hot   when  served.   Sometimes we added to them a  sweetbread or a pair of calves' brains,  parboiled    before'  frying.     We   never  tired.of this dish, and liked to have It  at least once a .week, If not oftener.  Another ment dish was beefsteak fried  , in batter. The Italian, murketman does  not seem to be able to grasp the English or American preference for a thick  steak, and we were conforming to the  custom of the country when we had our  steak cut only a quarter of an" Inch  thick.    We, chose  the   porterhouse,   or'  ' else the short steak,,when we felt we'  could not aftoid tenderloin; had o*'r  steak divided into pieces about three or* ;  four*inches squaie; dipped these In baiter made of an egg'beaten up ,w'th a  tablespoonful of cold water, a plich of  salt and.a cupful of flour, and fried la  deep ' boiling oil to, a colden brown.  These, were very goodi <  For using up left-overt,-, of meat-  there were such occasionally, ln spite  of the Italian custom of buying only as  much at a time as can bo consumed at  ~a--meal���������we���������cooked������_the-chopped_rei_t___,  nants in cabbage leaves: The meat  was well 'seasoned after It was minced;  small firm ��������� cabbage leaves were select-  > ed, dropped Into boiling water. for five  minutes and.jthen thrown Into cold  water to blanch  them,  taken out and  dried, each folded about as much  meat as It would hold and pinned  tightly with a woodon toothpick,* Shallow oil or butter was UBed for these,  but It was boiling .hot. and the loaves  with the meat tn them were laid ln It  artd fried to a light brown.  The Italian cook makes su.jry diBhes  her strong point. We had a few ho*ne-  ��������� made sweets, but fruit, cheese, nuts,  raisins, figs and the'like rarely made a  dessert, unless one of us descended  upon, the kitchen and strove with the  poor'means nt our command to reproduce nn American nweet. Usually we  Jived ns the Italians did, and wero woll.  content.  THE   HOUSEMOTHERS'   EXCHANGE  IMPORTANT NOTICE  ���������traEOA V8B of the enormous  fj number of letters sent to the  Exchange, I must ask con-,  tributors to limit their oommuiil-  cations, to one hundred words, except in cases of formulas or ree-  (pes which,require greater epaoe,  X want all mv correspondents to  have a showing in the Corner,  and tf my request in this respect -  ie complied with it will be possible to print manv more letters,  boiling wntor; wrlmr. It; llour tho Inside  ���������Mn-litryi tio un thon-Aldlng In It and put It  Into a .kettle containing _ix quarts of boll-  '"������ wnter. Koo|> u supply of boiling water  In a kettle nearby to replonlih thut In tho  pudding pot, If needed,' If tho water conic,  lo Poll tho pudding will bo heavy, Holl six  'Mourn, ���������  English Plum Pudding  REPMJDS to tho roquoat for tlio,formula for "Oonulno I_ngil.h Plum  Pudding" have boon so generous  thnt I havo tho "ombarniHsmant of  rlchoB" niild to bo not far romovud from  tho barrier of poverty. Alter duo,, deliberation, I Bolcot from tho heap buforo  mo two recipes, both of whloh claim  British Ijlrth,  English Plum Pudding1  j_*T������iIb Ib coplod from an old Riigllali cookbook which Iiiii boon, In my .father's family  for over 200 yoar������.  Aa tlio [laughter of, ������n  Illiigllaliman,  J.  could not Imt (.el Indignant whon v road  of.mixing iiotntoai nnil ourrots with plum  jMiildliinr���������tho name tlmt tirlnu- up tho picture, of my Kli'lhood'H homo nt Chr itrtia������<  tide, with tho plum cake* mad* far nlifttfd  *_*   I.   m,.i,    uiu    |,������M<t>    mu������.>i>    .Millie     |ur   .UllUail  ��������� of tho holiday., nnil on the eventful cay  tlio iilum pudding, nil nblm-o, ns It ,wu������  ���������erved bv the hand* of tho beloved mother,  now uono from north, > Do ymi mnrvoi thnt  I como to tho roumo with my nnolont  rt������lim7  Throe boaton own*, u pint of milk, 3  e_n_.ii of minor, riibh/.d smooth with i_  ���������������i������������pooniiil of .���������rrnted'nulmng. Btlr Into  tba vgirs nnd m I lit: mid ' ounce* or lifted  j*..  4 .,4  '">���������<���������.    ������������������>    ,/.,....,    I    .'.Hi.tJ    il.    Ulllil}    1IOM-.  dwyd.auat, with. J ounce* of brenaorumb*  nnd H ..mini* _f _Wyt.il ruUlm.  Mix well nml let stand for half nn  tioi**. thin may bo bokerl In buttered  mold*,   If holloa,  threo Hours nro necei-  Thi ���������hove mny b* nut under tho ton-it  ���������nd linked nn York* hlrn .pudding, If thin  In done, mid hnlr n mat, of ml k tn tho mix-  Ittkt  In dono, ndd Imlf n nint of ml k tn the n  I'M.).. roM  out  two Ini'lif.  thiol, nnd  In  Tlio Idea of a nwootenod Yorkshire  pudding l������ novel to mo. Yet wo bow ro-  spiictfully to tho nnolont authority that  voiicIicb for tho roolpo, "  Genuine Engllnh Plum Puddinc  aM  ou  over  cnreiuiiy:  nnd 1 uf Wfu-d lliiur; 1-f, ot n' ���������r_U<. 'nut-  m*K, S Mit, n imnli lilndn of mnrji nnd thn  ���������rutin of Htlnk rlnnnm.n   powdered! u ten-  mnonnfiii of *nlt,  u pint or mllic,  1 oun..������  of muriir.   i  oiiupr  or candled   lemon,   U  owu'o of cnmlU'.! citron.  tkal <������������������������������...Bugnr nml anffaa 'well ������_.  feih.r: odd the milk nnd th* reit t>t tho  fnrrodlrntn.   Dip ��������� cloiely woven cloth in  , A tnblcjmoonful, of tiwola (molnsios) mny  ...vo, nudod to mnko tho pudding n darker  color, 1SNQI.I8HWOMAN ?ChlonK&).  Your direction, fts to tho bag, vand tho  omlsBloh of those In tho former formula,  remind iih of tho old story of tho ship's  cook who undertook to got up a Christ-  mnB dlnnor for somo homeward-bound  Anglo-Indian.. Tho cook was a Hindu,  butapoko and road IflngllHli so woll that  tho ladlon of tho party had no mlHglv-  tngstna to his nhlllly to follow tho roolpo  written down by ono of thorn from memory of hor own homo faro, Uko tho  oo/npllor of tho analont cookbook from  whloh wo havo hnd an extract, tho Hng-  llshwoman took too much for granted In  hT*r pupil, ami said novor a word of tho  piiddlng-hng, ��������� Tlio mammoth puddlnir  Wfis bollod In tho. Bhlp'a copper and ���������  '���������"oin      "  "  ,m'"onHO  t)ow);  it was  Moral: In nronnrlng a roolpo ansumo  that you aro Instructing novlcou.  Corn Relish  -Jf].'1^- I0..*1."0 .".������V������ ,h0 roolpo'for oorn  rellnh or tit Ind which npponrod lit tho Bx-  ohntiKp nomo  tnontlm  n������o,    If  you  linyo  moio tlinn ono reolm; for W, lot mo have till,  Ml������������ lij, 0, (Wollnnd, Ont,).  You BiippOBOd 'Hint you Wore Bonding  In tho nxiuuit In .orison to im. groan  corn .from your Hold or garden In malt-  lng tho "relish." We prefer that namo.  Tho prnprtrntlon l������ mnro llko a ' plait lo  than a aalatl. Instead of laying tho application aflldo. an I am doing with in-,  fiulrl.H for wlttl cherry iihoHphato, dalny  and dandollon wlno and mixed pickles,  until, noxt year, I tnko plonHiiro In In-  ,tvtiitt.it. >un lii.il iuuiii-ii com limy im  -i Hiilwtltiitod for thn fronh In tho following  iunnui.1, anu with mtlinfuutory re-uUts;  A down Mrs of corn (or i canu), a me-  dlum-������lRrt1 onions, i bunoh o( colory, 1  smnll hend of cabhago, 3 green peppers  (or l rod), S tnblOHpoonfiilB of salt, ���������  pints of oldor vinegar, m pounds  of    brown    atignr.    J    heaping ton-  nnncinfnlu nf jj*nr.||<i*. ..,,,���������,���������.. j (.,...,  thp citblmgo and onions';""ii.i'iwo"'tiie  nelory with u ������hnrp Itnlfo; cut tho  corn from tho cob and mtneo tine, If  you lino the canned corn, drain dry bfl-  Joro chopping. Put all tho ingredients  except tbo mustard Into a porcelain-  lined or a iilckel-Btool-platml kettle  and holl stoaillly twenty minute*.  DlBBolvo tho muntnrd In n littlo vine-  gar nnd add It threo minute, b.fure  taking the kottlo from tho flro.  "our Into glnns Jnr* and _enl while  li'U. It will kuup for uioiitliH In a  dnrx, cool place, and bo better for tlio  ripening,  .J, commend, heartily *na Intelllgnntly  this   delightful   condiment   to   house-  koopors wlio failed to put up a bountiful supply of plcklos and relishes  last flummor and now regret tho omission of thorn from tho family bill of  fare, y yyyy, .:     ;   .������������������ ���������; - . *"..  .  A Protest       .      *'".''  Mny I nay a word to tho Hnrrliburg  houijomothor who ttilnki thut (100 per month  Is not top .much to livo on nnd to pny ono'n  debt������T Whnt would iho uy If -tho were  In, niy plaoo.nnd hnd but $no ii month on,  wiliiloh to nurvport a family of four nnd to  pny our debts with? Wo havo good, iiub-  Htnntlnl food, too: lot* of potato.! and boiled  ment nnd dumDlln.ii nnd KOO_, wholoBomo  hronrt nut tiuttor���������no oloomngnrlno, oltlierl  Ouoh Utter* make nu tired! Tlione who  hnvo ulenty and to nporo don't know whnt  It Id to do without nomo tlilng* they wouu  like ever ������o rnuoh,to hnve, 1 hnvo n boy  who fin* tuborouTo.!*, to iook ������ft������r. And I  don't n������k for or rooelvo oharityl  I hav* Mid morn thnn I mennt. to nny,  a Mornum (Mon*o������, v&.).  This la Idborty Corner for Iiouho-  mothor������ of every cruod and of ovcry  ahatlo of opinion, will you mifror'mo to  rpmlnd you urgently tlmt ovorythlng In  tho dlsouBRlon of thin vital mibjoet do-, ���������  ponda upon tho iitandpoltit from which  tho writer vlowm It? What would he  poverty and -privation to ono family  would Jbo comfort* to anothor. Ono man  calla that wealth which Ih to his neighbor but a decent competence, And  prices vary widely In different section*  of thia our common oountry, I could  sot a lavish table In Tonnoaaee for wlim  wpu it JiiBt. aiifllookto provide plain,  wholeaomo food in Now York city.  browned llour nnd neanon with tomato cat-  Tills stow, ontcn with brond or with hot  blBcuim, In n dlnnor In Itself.  t    Mook Panflsh  Prepnro.a dlnli of boiled Brit* or Indlnn.  . inoui inuui. cook .woll nnd pour, out upon  a broad platter,   Whon .perfectly cold nml  -���������tiff, slice Into piece* the, ilrti nnd nliiuio  of mnnll Huh.   Dip nnd roll ouch* In. aaltpd  and   iieiiiiorcd  pomiimonl,,   VyyL to a  doll-  cato brown In deopi .hl������������lng-hot t������t\. Drain  nnd arrange, upon a hot dliiv Qarnpih with  pnraley ami ������llcod lemon.   Borvo hot and  ent with WorooBtenhlro rnuco or with tomato cntnup.,       . ,       ,,.'* ..  ..   .,  A   palatablo,    lnoxponiivo   "Imitation"  dlnli,            _.,          -.'_������������������'���������   >  Cheoflo Fondu  Ono out> of grntttd dry old chopwil cup  of lino brondnrumhi; I'nyenno or lilnok popper lo taktei 1 cud of mlik; t *������������*, white*  nnd yollt* hmiton muinratoly. Mix; the In-  (rrodlont*, adillnu the beaten white* hut.  finko n moderaiely nlow.ovon anil m-rvo  Immedlatoly. ui II *oon fnll*.  Corn Oaken  Fwald a pint of cornmeal with.half n. pint  mt hollln. wttteri, ndd -     -  a do*NOTt*pomiful,ot  nmeal with.half n. pint  it a iton������i)0onful of milt,  ' multod  lard,  ii wi-ll-  Candied Figs  #���������Tf������ following In (ubnilttad to your Call-  How to Candy 3?iga  H/ir*ftitlv tii>������* j,lnmn   ttwr'r t' "r_ -'-.'.������������������  nlT^Atut^BJ}nMr .to tnakl" thoiii  H?.i.r }.. Prf*    A'*1* "V flavor you UU������-  5.cL'.iS6 fflj?.,������,U,"*r,.,,l?' fr feed ������������m������n  or ���������ticif clnnnmtin,     Hn    ������owlv  until  tlm  flK* are-donr. .fl-Q ench pint of tha thin  fynm ndd ���������nnthorkn f ,M of iignr. "l  tfl������ .������������ In thin until tlie������.Tin> p"������"'������ ".  iiiov* linii niti with n ulilimmtr nnd .itrciid  upon a illih in the oven or In the hot nun.  If1" "* ���������������r,1nu'������t0.'}l.������uR������!; *nd pack In ranVy  {nyerV ' *��������� ,'*p,r bftWM������> ,h������  Xlmo������t nny ������mall fruit mny Im owidled h-  tlil* ruvli'o.   All will bo dellolou*.  Dublin Btew  _Bl?i,V,2!nit.ln,il,!).'r5*,l5 r**-.'1'' <*'i>������" ''<M"���������  55*,-SBrJn-SP*-_f_rd lR_f���������������._��������� ?������������ h������ve fried  nn onion cut fine.  (or  *lx  i'ecsl  (or u*o a quart of canned lomatoei)" j^e  _ Irl������h potatoe* and break imail half ���������  rmumi of rnnrnrnnl! have rAdv ������ %��������������� "iiV-f"  ilpli     ������l* lurKc ttiiii,uin *  If  ��������� -���������- ��������� ���������������������������������     ������������������"������������������"I    ..������t������-    irniif    |*    f-r.v    *lf ./*������-*���������  ������f cooked l*cnn or hnm, ������nmn beef ������tnck  111 ' .?.. ttuy,t ot ������ot���������Water. *ea*onln(f  HUH *?_' ������n(* .f'mr, _ You may imii thi*  while th* *qulrr*l la frying. Ult ail to-  Btther and mow until thn >frtNti*ni������ am  thormiihly done.   Thicken thV gravy with  boattm efiaa, a pint, of aweqt mrtk_ ui d a  twiaBOonfiil of bnklng .powder,, alftod in  enough flour to mnko batter the conaUt-  enoy of linnnoi cnkci, ���������-.  Cwk uinm a aonpatono griddle In *mnll  cake*. '���������'._'������  Sugar Syrup  Mix ��������� Pint of light-brown .auHftr with ft  pint uf hollln. wnter and cook down to the  Uealrcd thlcknoaa., ��������� .,  .���������.     .      ,.  .  Mm, J. 1\ II, (Btnunton, Vn.).  Tho OHlooined corroBpondont to whom  wo owe tho nix admirable rcclpon ,1uat  rwt down ndd* a menu for one day  with which wo Hlinll begin our Hut of  family inoala thi* week,  ,,"��������� Magazines for Shut-ins  Kindly'aend mn nnniri iiffil nddroMii of  ahut'ln who wlahe* mimnlnc*. 1 have a  goodly number to dupon* of,.. ,_,, *  Ab you do not give the algnature of  ilitt ������Jtu(-in at.,/ H'tiic ujM.'i .'* j.i-v.ii.'m!,  T ennnot wind thn nddroBR, I mini! hold  your juldrew������, mibjoet to th" order jif  the ������llut-ln. ������hould ������he not be nlrendy  Hiipplled with roadlng miiitor. Wo  thank you for tho friendly thought uf  our needy mien.  Canned Meats at If owe  Klndlv Inntruct mt how to jui up menu  n *   to t.   _    tin, hut Ihi'y wrni all out m i*t������ l������'ok, Let  me know If there li a Rood h'xik <i|"������n run*  nlng whleh on* can g*t and !t<irn trom It  how to put uo frulla, vegetalilin nml i������''i* t*.  PIMM let u* hear more of piiiilng up un*  eonked  fnill*.    It li wnn.li'r/iil!  It. C, M, ll'ltiaimrR. t**.).  Your requtmlR nr* rfforrfd to thoae  who rinxe rnnned mrntn.   1 ni'Vi-r liivo.  May I auk why you think of putting  up your own canned fruit*, <���������������<'.. now  that the pure-food law hn������ obllnfd pro-  feaaional csnncr* to tyift nn |,ri������'".������tivft  except hrnt In pro*������rvlnB vruvlBiona for  __    ,j put  up  In alaa* t/tr* tor winter iu������,   I Sihvi* nopllr I  tp ih������ tfivernment for tlie Fn "���������' Hull*-  winter uso? You may huy canned foodn  ' vory much moro cheaply than you can  nut thoin up .for yourself, If your time  Ib worth anything  Every good cookbook contains roclpe.  for canning frultn and vegetables. Ah I  Bnld Junt now, thoro may bo hoiiio clever  houso'uolher In our big family who puts  up Boups, Htowa and meatB, If bo, wo  shall htmr from her.  System in Housekeeping  Would you ohjetit to letting mo hnvo tho  ���������ddroa* of the poraon who wrote upon  "HyHtom In Uou*ekevplng" ? Tho denature  I* "I, M, It. (ChHmpniirn, III.)." I nhould  llko to _orro������poiid w|Ui her. n* I think her  artloliy excellent nnil uunrul for 'young mnr-  rlod cimolm*. I aliould llko to hear moro  from her nnd to lend her Home of my own  Idea*.       Mr*, T. 1(, V, (Alamoda, (Ml.),  _ "I, M. II," will undouhtodly rond your  testimony to her holpfti) nrtlolo nnd al-  low ub to piirh along hor nddroHH to you.  I hnvo no right to do thin without, hnr  pcrmlBHlon. CorrcBpondontg who do not  fink quOBtloiiB to ho anawored by othor  inombora, or In somo way Hlgnlfy tholr  d������Blr������ to open communication with  memuora In gonoral, iiHtially prefer to  iMTinln Incognito, AddroNKOB nro con-  Hliloroti conililciitlal In all hiioIi canon.  We hold youi'H, and It will ho panned  over Iti iho author of "RyRtem In Houno-  koeplriR" Khouhl alio algnlfy hor consent  to the tranHfot*.  // Helping Hand  If you will iriid mn tho ml ilnnn nf tho  poor ahut'ln wlio would enjoy mnttiulnen  nmt othor rendinu matter. I will jtlndly  aend noma, to her, oiproa* prepnlit. *���������  I hnvo nil uit l������������t yenr'n Mef.'luro'*.  Amrrlrnn Mngnalne nnd the l;,ndlo������l  World, bi'alile* odd number* nf dlffnront  prrliiillriiln nmt mnny Hnttirdny livening  Pont p. .  I nm iicndlng two recipe* that may he  nrtnreftlntei" hv nur enndnri fine l������ rnf.  fee cake, th* other for o������tm*������J cooky*.  O. 11,  iNi'lann, tin.)  A* the npplloatlonB from ahut-ln* for  Jltcrnture huve l������.������n innumerable, I .  Iiuvft no dcflnltn Idea' to whloh your  KoiionuiR offer roforn, I ennnot lot It  ������llp, however, and lim.rt your loiter In  thn honn that ft will Im rend and laid  hold of engorly by lliom> whom It mont  >.' ���������������������*:>   i-tkiiccf un,  I cannot pnaa over In alienee tho part  ot yonr leltor which I* too fluttering  nnd too pornomil for lhe genernl eye.  From mv heart, I thank you for the  word* of appreciation nnd ennntirngn-  mom. They put now Mirongth Into spirit  "and Into mmita! thow and norvo*.  The admirable recipes will appear later  In the Cornor.  "Bull's Em"  "O.'llll  Jllim UU.,   wlllilt   HI.CIhIIiIK   II  KUIIU|ri:(  JHton a farm. Tate what were rolled '*nnlt'������  Ky     *     ���������  _*.���������!*    . Th*Y. w*r*   ������m������ll,   round,   solid  filed rnkM with ������ IUmn or Jilly In the middle.   X have tried t<������ rrnilii- ih<*m. t.ut wtth-  tiut. *uoreM.    can  vou   help   me?  Than Main, when In (Tlikag.! ������ f������w year*  ago, I nurohnaod at n Oermnn bakeahop  whnt thoy, called "a Columbian" or  "'���������Yenoh irlod cuke." It wa* round with.a  lwlo In t|io oontur, llko an urdlnury 'Jou������h-  nut, hut It wu������ Muted, vory IIkIh brown  or yellow In icolor,. anrlnkled with augar,  and hi dotktnto nnd light that It nlmoat  mound In tho mouth, Tho dough wan not  cIukii nnd liNivy llko our- douglinutn, but  poroiiH nnd vot crrlap, nnd ��������� with aomo  '���������hodj1'  to.lt.  Do you know what thoy ore and. how  niRtki?      Mra, K, 0, 8. (1'iomun, Cuba),  A now corroBppndont from a part of  our territory wiilch la, thus far, ooin-  paratlvoly unworkod by iih.  While 1 cannot roply HaliBfactorlly to  hor lO'iu.HtH und quorlou, our motnuorH  will bo true to tholr tradition* and  hriHlon to prove how wolcomo hIio Is by  giving tho Information sho doslroH, It  will bo a plonuuro to mo to publlnh tho  recipes for hot* edification and for tho  goiiorul good.  // Different Marshmallow  Ptiddinir  , Many, months ago, "8, I Vf," (Middle,  luuft, Vn,) nuked for a recipe for ���������iimr.ili-  mnllow ouddlng, You hnvo publlihod **v.  orn . Imt I venlnm, to olrer mine, whloh I*  nnllko thonn vol/ ulvn, It wan aniil to nn*  from Te-jnit. ...hnvo found It *> lino.that.I  havo Included,It nmong fnvwlto renin** In  > a liltlo ���������'IMddlnit ikiokn 1 havo inililUhed,  Mnr.limallow Fudding  llio whlto* of tli ino o.itii, lienten atlff:  one mipful of puimri two tenatioonfula nf  geintlnn dUaolved In hnlr n cupful of hot  wntor.  Whim thn irolntliid It dlnaolvnd, l>e*l  putmr ii������id rstta Into It; flavor to tnates  bent twenty nilnuio* and *<<t uwuy In Hn*  1(0,  I.Mr enueo beat the yolkp of three eg**  ���������tiff; ullr Into n em.fill or milk, wllh (Wo  tnhler.i<HHi[ula of aifeiir, Cook to tho cun-  alrieney' or rream. , .  You .may color half of tint, puddlim plnlt  by iihIiir n llliln pink Keliitlni), nnil hivn  pink nml while lav.-ra^ jf   mm_ ^  ... ,.    .1, ,. .     1 ..   t.n     |    I   ������.,  .,,;,,i  ,i  ,,, ,.   (,.*u���������,  ......  -..     ...     .������������������...  fnir tn do ������t*rn1lnnt wrvlee In our ranUa,  1 rogret that wo could not mnko room  Mr hor until now. Hho must not bo  dlKhcrtrtened by the delay.  Quince Honey  ITr.m nr,., t.nn *r.M Ih lint t^Mlinntf/t htmr  to iniike <|iilii'*e lionevT Qulno ��������� will he out  nr msiKoii Iwf.tre thia can be publNhe.1, but  tin. renl'M*. will keep over for another y*ar.  Hero la my reelpei .      _!������  Hl������ IntRo tiulneea*. 4 nounda of( ausar;  ���������"tout a quart of.water, para nnd (train thn  iiulncfp. cook the aklni and core. In part  of thn water and atraln and ptea* Into thn  ^rated pulp. . Put the pulp nnd nil th*  ould upon thn ptnv* nnd oiok 5 minute*  from tho time It rear lire the boll. A<ld the  *ucai ������nd litjll ttown <o n liltv.  1'iiiir Into Jelly %\at������v������ nml, when cold,  rover w <h pawntni*. I keep mln* ui������in th*  too k_������.|f nt th* ������t'>ntrrx*.ni"-ii* I'-nqr ri It  litem, wnlrh Un't���������*������ lonr h������ I thiiiii itk#.  M. It. H. (M������tttl'u������, Mich.).  A new contributor to whom wo give  tbe noriety "grip." and solicit further  favor*. . Mi.au.-v. iviv. .:f*.uJi Ai������ ^aJta^.rr-tocvsA   &st';jn������t������KtaJU4 ie^4n*Rn_x_:CiiSfs&������iiS.'  THE FURNITURE STORE  _ ������������������.   i<������_h-**M*m_i**   maa*ia*rs,*mf.mma-*emm*^-^e^^**mm*e*a*m*ammm-aemmm  It's Our Business  0  to  Sell IVIATTy^ESSES  ������'.1 We crry u full li  RESTMORE  ine of the famous  ���������**'��������� u '  11 mattress made oi pure cotton felt.  PRICE: -   ���������     -    $10-00 $12,50 and $15-00|  at the FURNITURE STORE  A Full Stock of all kinds of Furniture  I  {_���������?  ���������I  A. MoKINNON  MclMiee Block, Cumberland, K C  Mf\-apmMmxrvcBE^Tm-Tt   ryx-SmzamexEsaaa  Comox District Basket  ball League-  A basketball game was played  in the Courtenay Opera House on  Thursday last between Courtenay  aud Cumberland teams which re-  suited in a win for the former by  19 points to 8.  The Cumberland  team went away with a rush  at  the start but were unable to stay  with the Courtenay boys.     The  score at half-time was 9-7 in favor  of Courtenay, but in the second  half Courtenay put ou  10 more  points to Cumberland's 1. Sandy  McNeil was in  great   tonn   for  ���������Courtenay scoring 3 fine goals in  the second half.     Leo Auderton  was too well watched by -Dykes  who played a great game  to  do  much scoring, but Haymau was  nor able  to  cope   wiib   Sandy.  Thi** was the first of lhe series of  League games to be  played  and  was very interesting, both teams  playing good fast ball. The game  was followed l>y ad.iuce, at which  there was a l'irge attendance and  nd^(?i"ng~wa'S~kept'\i]rtD'"the~,'wee"  sma' boors,'     Taken altogether  the affair was a great success for  COMMUNICATIONS  ��������� o-   ��������� ��������� .. ������������������    '  Editor News:���������In your last  issue vou stated that the mayor  indignantly complained that underhand work had been used to  get other names accepted by the  government as commissioners for  police aud licensing boards and  that he would not stand for it.  Does His Worship not know  that the statute provides that the  "Mayor is ex-officio chairman of  the boards and two persons appointed annually by the Lieutenant-Governor in-Couneil, one of  whom must be a member of the  council of such city," and whilst  they may suggest the others there  is nothing to prevent the people  suggesting anyone they may think  suitable to serve them and whom  they may wish appointed.  Now, Sir, where does the "underhand work" come,in, ;md  upon, what principle can the  mayor assume "that he will not  stand" for what the people have  a light tp ask, for he will be a  wiser man ,ii he begins by recog-  mMiig^llreriglits~bfrthe'~peoplfr  and ceases to talk of ''underhand  velo'pnieut Leagucandthe public  liiai iliis is a false statement.* Uu  September 13th lust the government   engineer   came tomcat  Dove Crock and asked me to show  him up to Brown's river, ,  From  Dove Creek to Brown's river is a  distance of oue and a half miles,  and' it  took  us an hour,to get  there.   I asked him if he wanted  to go up the river to look for a  crossing, but he said 'no,' he was  through.   We went back the way  we came.     There is a good trail  about two hundred yardsjrom my  house to Dove Creek, aud 1 asked  him if he wanted to see it.     He  said 'no,' and   that   man   went  back to Victoria aud reported to  tlie Minister,of Public Works the  above report.     This engineer is  paid by the government.     The  same    government    is    paying  agents iu other parts of the world  to advertise this fertile   island,  and people ou leaving comfortable homes coining here are expecting to better their condition,  Boxing Contest,  Tii������Tt������ will Ih* i* tiftt'OM-rbuiid  Hove contest botwyou -lick Thorn t  son. of Cumberland, and Kid Vin  .nn, uf Australia, for the bantam  weight championship of, Oauadn,  at tho Cumberland.Hall, on Sat-  in-day eviming-March 18th, also  a six-round exhibition between  Frank Dyer and Kid McK.ee.  There will also be a boxiug in  barrels exhibition, which promises to be a very amusing part of  the programme.  S. 1SAKA. PROPRIETOR  PHONE 2t  FOUND���������On Jan. 8th, adark  rc<l steer, about, ono yenr old. No  minks. Apply to tt. U. Hurford,  S'Uidwick. If samo is not claim-  od, it will be sold to cover expenses.  Ladies'and Gentlemen's Suits Made  W ^rder  ���������    from ������20 to ������35    All "Work First Class.  FOtt SALE���������A G-rooniod house  on Maryport. Avenue, between  Second and Third streets. Apply  this office.  FOR   SALE���������A   now   house,  What do they find when .they | containing six rooms,  large six  No roads; no trails,  \mj  I       Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  Merchant  TAILOR  work," because it is known that  the Courtenay boys and looks|at ]e.lst one< jf llot two> 0f the  good for the future.      iMie  next  League game is,between Cumber  land and Union Bav at Union  Bay. Chas. Mathi-*on was the  referee and performed /.is work  very satisfactory to both teams.  names were privately arranged  before being submitted to the  council's vote. Oitizkn.  come here.  and some of them go 10 work in  the logging camps; others are  going away to other parts- and  some of them have bought laud  one aud two miles back from any  road or trail, I believe it would  be a greater credit to the government if they paid less to advertising agents and did more permanent work in the way of making  roads ar.d trails.  If the government will make  this road' from Cumberland bv  way of No. 7, through Dove  Creek valley on to the Fraser  River Lumber Co.'s proposed  new townsite through to Black  Creek. Tbis road would open  up some eight thousand acres of  as fine agricultural land as" you  will find anywhere on Vancouver  Island. If the government is  not prepared to make roads aud  Jbui]d.__bindges_wh yno>L.iMak.eJrail^j p,o^Box.432  and the. setMers could wade the  streams until such times as the  government get through with the  provincial park.  I purpose in the near future to  write a book entitled -'Twenty-  five years experience in the back  woods of Vancouver Island.." ,  PlONKER,   .  foot basement, situated on two  lots, house on corner lot. Apply  tliis office.  FOR SALE���������One incubator  and two brooders, Capacity 860.  Price $50 for the lot. Apply this  office.  K. AIDA  LADIES' TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS OQHDB TO   O^DEH AND  in anv sTYi_E you imsji.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  ������������������I������������������MM ���������    ' I  ~      " '   '  "'"   '*  CUM BERL'AN D,   '     -       -,    .   B. C.  ^IIUIIillillHIUIUIillM^  _s  g Capital $6,200,000  Reserve $7,200,000  manufacturer* ci  MINERAL    WATERS  Bonora Block  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED IN ANY CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  OVER THE WORLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & intere.n  1   at highest Current Rates allowed on Deposits of $1' and upwards,   g  CUMBERLAND, B. 0., Branch, Open Daily,  COURTENAY,  B.C. ;8ub-Branch.   Open Tuesdays and  FRIDAYS.  UNION WHARF. B. C.,   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays  \I  (  H. F. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  IIIIIUO  City Council  Tho City Council nmt in special  session on Monday ovening, thoro  being present Alde'rii'mii   Banks,  Stewnr', hirnlmm. McNeil Max-  well Willard and tho Mayor.  Tlio principal   hiiMnn..?  oil Ihe  ������vun injr win*  tlio   coimiJiring   of  _*��������� o  the nsfit'FRiiiMit roll, A''tH' due do-  libo ration, nil the lor. in   iho city t  wore raisud from $50 to. ������200 over  last yeiir'tifl-'flosaiiiCiit and in a few  ���������?ii8l'niicp8, more, The matter of  improvements will b<* taken tip nt  ������ special mooting to be again held  nn Tnwliiy oVoninu;.  Mr.V, P. Harrison, was reappointed City Solicitor nt a Biliary  of $150 a yniir.  Aid. Willard Rimcri-Biod that  proper precaution tbnuld be taken  in tho event of lir.**B tnking plnco  either in the fJuinherliinil or City  .Talk The .miitler wns referred  to iho Klre Waidens who will in-*  veRtijrnte,  City Si.Mo'fnr llarrinoii asked  tlie council if he would prosecute  K ru nk Hullo* fur being in li ih liar  on Sunday hint, iih I e hnd been re.  ipiet-ted lo <l" no hy f'-m-'alilo (5ray  to the clirecl'nn  of  IVIi e Com-  . *" .      ������������������ t.i        ���������,.     i ���������     <      >  liic-iouer .'iiiiu, ,ni    11 -*i < '.r-v������*i in-  Jnriiiiii>{ lliei"iiincil tlmi lie would  t'ike nn h*������h'ii''.tlon>< in   rfiich mat.  ti-rs ur iinv   other   maiier   from  ��������������� i  iit).������.i< *;I������.im tlnir li.ii.v. The ninvnr  M'i'h CoiiHfnhle (rray will lnok in-  in ihe mutter.  Mr. Otiitii atk 'd pi������rmi*������uioit of  fulllieil to Cll'iir^e   the   M-flthlJ.1" Oil-  j,-.vc!.'y of i!*.������' Ci'v M:-!!, h\ tuUin<i  n U vv feet i (v the ��������������� jre. !**(��������� that  limy ������tij'piv iii'ty ni" e elm l>.  The reqii-'d* will he cm-'e'ered nt  next repnhir inei<tin'j uf cume il.  GoulK'il ir'joniled.  Don't forget P������rei������"Mt'������i Mn--  qurTade.lhll on tin* 17'!) of Ire-  hktcl.    Iii in go Uracil,  Phone   2-9  XUMBERIrAND  p.  Editor News:���������Please permit  the undersigned through your  columns to make absolute denial  of the truth of the statement  made in the "Islander" of March  nth to the effect that there is to  be a boxing contest next Satin-  day between youths representing  the Presbyterian aud Meihodist  churches. Such details are given  as might possibly lead those unacquainted with the attitude of  these churches towards prix.e-  /,,, lighting to give credence to the  lie. To those who know tlicc'r-  ctimstances it is* needless to say  that neiiher the Methodist nor  tlie Presbyterian church has anything to do with the matter,  ��������� Without authorization for one  to assume to represent any person  or corporation is a serioiu matter,,  Neither docs such assumption  constitute proper representation,  The attitude of the 'Islander"  towards prize lighting is as well  known as tlmt of the churches  referred to, But such misrepresentation of so large an elennut  of the community as is comprised  iu the churches reflected upou is  an insult to the public sense of  propriety for which the public  mav be relied upou to mete to the  offender his due.  Copies of this letter are being  .scut tu ihe *-.ii>.y. n.iu Lu ''I.>l.i<id  cr for publication,  I) McGn.uvuAY.  IJ, C. FllKKMAN.  CuinVierland, B.C., March 14, 'ri   I.H....I... ������.  I.mTOR Nkws:*���������I noticed in  your issue of l������*eb, 28th that Mr.  MaiiFon had i;iformed the Development League that lhe government had .surveyed the proposed  rou e lor the new road 10 Dove  Creek, mi* found that it would  he t>'0 cosilv to build briiges  .ind the kind wn* u s .it;.hie U>,  .i*.-; c ii my.*.  ..iluw uie,Mi. V.d' ur, tlirou^l.  our c luiiius. l<i iuluiin the He  The 13th a LucKy Day.  Mr. R. Grant, Kx to. P. P..  was greatly surprised on last  Monday evening to receive a  very urgent request to call at the  residence of Mrs. Chas. Bridges  at Comox, on very important  business. Mr. Grant tninkiug  that the matter could be discussed over the phone, was still more  surprised at being requested to  come at once, and fearing to go  alone, insisted ou Mr. Montgomery, manager of he Royal Bank,  accompanying' him. as,a body  guard. On arriving at "West-  lawn" they were met by Mr.  Bridges, who refused to reveal  tne nature of the call and insisted  in his usual cordial manner that  some refreshments be taken at  Once, On meeting Mrs. Bridges  he was still   more mystified by  that. hi;ly*s delicate manner iu  making known the nature -o(  the important business, and when  he was presented with s ring  that he had lost over ten years  ngo at a garden party at "West-  lawn1' his joy knew no bounds.  This ring was considered by Mr.  Grant as exceedingly p-.ecious a-  it was made of Ihe first gold he  discovered in the Yukon.  The appreciation of Mr. Grant  to Mrs Bridges is made known by  the above article, which is the  story he tells to his many friends  Locals. ,   IU.  Provincial Teaeliors Convention  will ha held nt Victoria, Easter  wei k.  Hmt'ilpli' Mntoeehi, a miner nl  X.i, i mine, '.U* liiii-il gif) at������d  p.m4f<.% for pacing n Ivu'rieotlej nnd  igniting f^as  HAVE  YOUR  PHOTO  TAKEN!  ���������AT���������  Powell's IStudio.  Work guaranteed.  Prices reasonable.  Phillipps Harrison   BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR r?   NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  B* Qoutiet*  General Blacksmith  HoraoflVioointr a Opooialty.  Third Ave., Cumberland  The TAILOR.  CI.KAN1NG, PU15SSING  and REPAIRING.  ���������MHBIIMIIinaHMMlM  Ucidlcw' Work  a Specialty.  Now the time will soon be com-.  infT,  When with your residence you  Ret giclc,  For after the fires the house with  dirt gets thick,  So don't you think we had better  Vie quick,  And call ou the painter and have  our house fixed.  H. Parkinson*  ttaintcr, Papeihaugcr, SiRii Writer,, Hie.    Cumberland, l*,C  Tarmfl Moderate.    BnniuwA Funtual.  =V. BOflO^fl:  LUholesalc Dealer in WlflES, LIQUOR & BEE^  P. O. BOX 488  PHONE 20....  CUMBERLAND  The longer you live the more you Eearn.  I think you were all satisfied with your bargains last  month and learned where to save money on your feed.  I am sorrv there was not enough to go around, but  there is MORE ON THR WAY that I will sell at  prices that will soon learn you that tlie more you 'feed.  the quicker your bank account will grow.  Winter will soon be oyer, and I'll tell you how to  make another saving. Take a pencil and figure up  the quantity of seed you will require for your spring  work and send the result to me. Do this now while  you think of it and I will make you a saving of from  y^ to 1 cent a'pound on any kind of field seed you re-  quire.    Don't forget the address���������  A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   - Courtenay, B.C  DKALEB IN nOUli AND FKKD  it  ^  m  'tml"ir*'*l.,���������  ���������W u������������������ vXtAirfrf-.orf'kl.'Vw i  l,'iVitf ������>tt  _,V_  ^aw ImfaaaL J_____H_DBlHB*__BMl_k  FOR SALJu  6-H.P. EOVEE, complete with  top, side and tail lamps. This  car is in perfect order, both in  regard to tires and running gear,  , and is fitted with Stepney spare  wheel and tire. Two separate  ignitions, Bosh Magneto and accumulator and low gear, making  it-an excellent hill climber, cqst  new $1100 00.    * Price $500.  ^*  THOS. PLIMLEY,  Office AND STORE 1200 LANC LEV ST.. UirTHDIA      WC  GARAOB. 727 JOHNSON ST.. VK-IUKIA,   W.U   jm  K

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