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 /J  ���������Pih  \  A Journal Devoted Especial ly, to the Interest* of Cpmox District.  The News, Nineteenth Year  CUMBERLAND   B. C,    TUESDAY, AUGUST 29,  The Store  of Qaality  SuBscRipfi^^ir^p a, Year  ^  -mVmm\mmT^tiaaat*mmmt  THE BIG  I THE CORNER ST3QRF I  I Look out  A Large Assortment of LADIES" FALL SKIRTS,  in the'NEWEST WEAVES and MATERIALS and  CORRECT STYLES. BLUES, BROWNS and  BLACKS in  SE  (diagonal stripe)  PANAMAS  and  VOILES  These skirts are correct in   every detail, and are  tlie finished product ol' the leading   manufacturers  of'  Can-tda, and prices are correct. *   .,  Furniture |nd Household  SUPPL1E  i  $  ������  *,  t  t  t  4i  <  4  FOR  GREAT  Prices from  f.i ���������   o . ,���������>���������.   ' -  t : .Simon- ������������������*Lds���������r:,^,G6i:V*--Lfdi;-  Dunsmuir Ave., Cumberland.  'ODDS IS FAVOR  OF RECIPROCITY  Wallpaper  Paints  Varnish  Oils' Etc.  Annual  Summ  FOE   PAY-DAY,  AND  WEEK FOLLOWING  J. N. McLEOD,  Dunsmuir Ave.  Cumberland  TRY THE  The Magnet Cash Store.   *" 3_.__.r__L '_i_. .____ j, ,   T.'E, Bate,'Cumberland  '2SS.  Mr-* Duvid Su'pheii.iiu nnd  diiunlili-r liiivn aiTivuil lionui friini  11 two-weeks vi.it to Vancouver.  Mr**. Stephenson reports tlmt Mrs  Juhn IJi'hert.oii. her ulster, \\hb  underwent n serious operation in  ihat city several .weeks ngo us improving, und is "expected homo in  a non t a week,  ��������� Mrs L. A, Monaco and family  have lift Oiinihiii'lniid to tako up  iheir rusi'luneo ul VuiiO'iiiver.   Wu  regret their departure from uiiiong  us.  ������������������������������������**- ���������������"���������"'  Mrs. Ki I ward Bickle , and chil-  dron arrived home on Saturdav  evening Irom a visit to relatives  al Niiniiimo.  *rM  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  _ ___   SIR EDMUND WALKER, C*W.O., LLD��������� D.O.L,.Pre3.dentJ   ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  A joint meeting wns' held in  the Cumberland Hall on Monday  night to hear Mr Duncan Ross  and Mi-MS Clemen is, the. two  candidates selected to carry the  banner i n. ihe fight for and  against reciprocity. It was arranged tha! they should he allowed one hour each with twenty  minutes extra tor conclusion and  reply.  Mr James Ahrains was selected  to act as chairman, amply filling  the position to the satisfaction of  both parlies.  s Mr William Sloan was granted  a few minutes which he filled by  a hearty approval of reciprocity,  and a very earnest recommendation and approval of Mr Ross as  the future member for Comox-  Atliu.  Mr Clements then   addressed  the meeting.   He began by staling that he hnd not sought any  support from   the   Conservative  nomination, yet he had been unanimously chosen as their candidate in opposition to reciprocity,  a stand thnt he pmnhrmcMllv en  dorsfd nud approved.      J It*   declared that it had been sprung on  W. J. Gonrd tho export piano the country, and that until   H.v  timer, will nrrivo from Vancouver mouths ago Sir Wilfrid I/iurier  ..hui.! the wum of .S-.ptni.wr or liih  luui not said a word or given any  indication (hat he intended to  bring it forward; that he had  then sent. Messrs Welding and  Patterson over to Washington  aud made the pact with Mr Taft,  who had carefullv   studied   the  ���������  question and then baited the trap  aud caught Messrs Fielding and  Patterson who were simply   iu  eap?ib!e of carrying it through to  the advantage of Canada.     He  Miss Miniiio IIorpury arrived  home hy Sunday's bout from 11  visit to Victoria and  Vancouver,  *> ���������  Miss Do Hon arrived at Union  liny on Sunday from Victoria,  wju-ii'o alio has accepted the portion as principal of tho Union  Buy school.  Itev. James Mood, of Summer  land, hns been cullod to the pus.  (nrntn r\1 <**t. (*.<wM'f**"o'f* ]-*!*('cbv:  teri'ij. chwh hurt;  ���������''ginning of   October.    ttesoi-vi  yoiii" ordei'H for him.  Mrs R Tboilmni, mother of  Mrs Alex SouiervilJe, is seriously  ilt at Reuton, Wash., No hope  is entertained of her recovery.  Miss II Gnlbraith, of Albion,  K.C., is the new teacher of lhe  Minto school.  admitted there  was nothing  in  his   party's   cry ot annexation;  that Canadians were and  would  be loyal to lhe empire; ��������� still   he  was opposed to reciprocity   he-  cause he w;"s a thorough pro cc  tiouist and beiieved iu retaining  'all our.natural resources.      He  would' not allow one of, them   to  cross the bonier line  upon   any  consideration, and said  ihat   in  the past'Americans had   treated  us as enemies, therefore lie would  not now he fiieudly, .as he believ  eel,they were adopting their present attitude to get the best of us  as they always did.     He  closed  his   speech  with   an  appeal to  every lady and young girl  present, to get out and work for him  and he was quite sure the result  would be that he would head the  poll on.election day,  Mr Ross then tool; the platform declaring himself fully in  favor of reciprocity, which meant  cheaper living; proving that even  with the restrictive duties upon  American'goods wc imported, a  much larger volume from there  than we did I'.oin free trade ling-  land, which proved it to he our  natural market.' That Hnglaud  was one of the best customers lor  American exports, hiding far  more of ihem than she did fiom  Canada, thus proving that there  w'i'i nn -���������v.nthueut, cr ro c.illcd  loyalty, in tr.ide. Weill l>.-ugh<  aud were entitled lo buy iu the  cheapest market and sell iu tie  best,  Replying lo Mr Clements ou  the matter of reciprocity   being  sprung ou the country, lie showed  ���������as anyone who has read history  knows   thai Sir Wilfrid Laurict,  had previov-dy tried to get it but  had been turned down,   He then  snid that Americans would have  to make the next move,   which  they had now done,     He  aho!  shosved tlmt Sir John A McDon  aid had tried nine different time  to'get it, and ended by making it  1 plank in his national platform,  and that it was open for   acceptance  whenever Americ^i, altereo  her mind.      Mr Ross then i'ead  from IJansnid proving* -that  Mi  Clements had been'favor of reci  procity at different tubes, and a  high protectionist,'at.others, noi-  ibly when he "a'dvocn ed  in   tin  rTouse at O'tawa air.increase* in  he taiiff ou beans, from 15c to 45c  jjer bushel because.the farmers of  his own constituency were large  growers of beans.   He,(Mr Ch*-  ments) had no consideration  for  tho miners or lumbermen   who  must   buy   them whether they  were 15 or 45 per cent protected.  As to our natural resources, Mr  I loss said that as we could not eat  all our fish, nor use all pur timber nor hum all oii'r coal, he believed   iu   finding a market for  them, and using what I hey produced iu building up the country  It was   much   wiser to do that  than   have   the fish in our sea  caught by Japanese poachers, sent  to Boston fre;> of du y, then part  of thlim  resh'pped to Canada,  when we had to pay a duty upou  our own fish before we could cat  them.   Nor was it wise to let our  CAPITAL,- $10,000,000 REST,-   $3,000,000  THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of Tine, Canadian Bank, of Commerce will .receive ,de-*7������5J$?-��������� 0/ $t-and  up-^ardsV'piVwHIcHTnVelr������_i{^:is; allowed'at current rates. There is no  delay in withdrawing the whole or any portion of the deposit. Sinai!  deposits arc welcomed. a234 .  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 of the money  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 liis death,  CUMBSKLANT) HRANCH..  W  T    WHITE.  Iff on act-  forests   stand where they grew,  to he burnt up by fires or rot on  the ground, nor did he believe in  only digging..puillcient,,coal  for  our   own   use but ratlier conn  seled developing nil our  industries, employing an army of fish,  eriuen, lumbermen  and  miners  who would be reliable customers  10 our merchants, .farmers ..and  manufacturers," making the whole  country prosperous and hastening  the time when Canada would be  come oue of the leading nations.  Me thought Mr Clements should  have been born 2000 years earlier,  when he could   have assisted iu  building the Chinese wail which  he   ventured   to believe   would  have betn congenial work,  The meeting was brought lo a  close with a vote of thanks to the  chairman and the singing of  '���������(iod Save ihe King."  RE-OPENED  Mr.'.nnd  Mrs.  Win.  McLi'lInn  nro doing * Victoria, Vaucniivoi*,  Cumberland public school  opened with a full attendance on  Monday. August 28th, The teach  ing staff is as follows.���������Mr. A. 11.  Hoyer. principal; Miss Milligau'  Div, II; Miss Hrown, Div. Ill;  Miss Hazel Frame, Div. IV: Miss  Minnie Horbury, Div. V; Miss  R.G. Dingwall, Div* VI; Mis*)  Jessie Frame, Div. VII.' The  outlook tor a successful .school,  year is very c n co 11 ragin g. Mr.  W. li Krascr arrived fiom Van-,  couver on Sunday to take tlu.  principalship of the high school,  which also opened on Aug 2ti.  Master Kail J'Jowdall H? fin*  his home in Victoria by 'S.ttu..  doy's bout, aftes spending a pi*'<-  saut holiday with hi.*-* father, Mi.  Ji Dowdall and   friends.  i!__ttm"iBiEiB>aa';.;  lilHPREI Vi E flTEIIUC  y*t!Via ^i_,i_.a_i y mhl-ii b mnu  A new lot of sainplrs for 'MADK-TO-MHASURK  CLOTH INCJ ip i-'onio of the swollest puttiu'iioiind styles  for I'WI.I, 1011, t��������� S.,.fr.j, TwadM K:i^U\i Wo,���������i������:.,  Cljevioisimd Snrg;������p, jiisl in, nml ymi should make it ft  point to skktiibm'iikkoui': oudkuinc voi:it  SUIT. Prices fiom S'JO.OO to f,!)0,()0. We gunniiueo  a perfect lit.  Some more Chihlieii's Uoniii'h* in  Straw nnd Kiiibrnidery.     L.'ulit:.-)*  and Collui's j<i8t 111 lived.  Gajnpbelt  Silk   nnd   l-'ancv  leltK Motor Veil** *vV%4-ft- a&Xmfaaim&BZmt  *rrra*iShdtam^*im-iVr^ai-f\'m���������-.  ' < I  i  i  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The  IRouncHJpJ  A Romance of Arizona  Novelized From Edmund  Day*. Melodrama ->  m*  I my   JOHN   MURRAY   and  MILLS MILLER.  Oanrrtctrt. isos, by Q.  ham Co.  )IWWV ��������������������������������������� ������-~-.<*  w. zmiteir-  (Continued.)  CHAl'TEU V,  UNKNOWN to Bud I.nne and  Bik-U McKee, who were rioting  in Florence, .hick l'ayson hud  hurried up tbe wedding. Colo  net. Jim luul wla-edled Josephine into  consenting tlmt it should take place  two months abend of the time that had  been fixed. "April is the month fer  flowers. .losie, an' we'll let you weep  all you please."  Two weeks' notice, however, gave  scant time for preparation for the important ceremony that Mrs. Allen  deemed necessary. During this period the busiest spot in Arizona was  the kitchen, of Allen Hacienda. An  immense cake, big as a cheese, was  the crowning effort of Josephine, who  ���������wept copiously, at the thought of losing her daughter as she measured and  mixed the ingredients. A layer of  frosting an inch in thickness incrusted  this" masterpiece'of the art of pastry  making. Topping the creation were  manikins of a bride and bridegroom.  This climax of the bridal cake had  been brought up by wagon from Tucson with more caution than if It  were a month's cleanup of a paying  mine. Mrs. Allen permitted no one to  go near tlie artistic achievement. Others might look at it from afar, but at  the slightest movomeni to get close to  it she would push the observer back'  with the warning: "Keep yer dirty  fingers off o* it. 'Tain't common icin';  that's.confectionary."      !  Enough ehi'-kens to feed a darky  camp meeting were killed for the feast.  Fried, roasted, cold or minced as ta-  males, the dishes filled ovens and tables and overflowed into,-the' spring-  tioiise. Favorite recipes carried across  the plains by the wives of the argo-  ' nauts met in rivalry,., with the dishes  -of-the-eooks-of-old-Mexico,,���������!���������   Colonel Allen wandered aimlessly  about the ranch while the preparations for the feast were Jn progress.  The women folk drove him. from one  favorite loafing place to another. His-  advice was scorned and his wishes  made a subject for* jests.  Defiantly he bad takob full charge  of the liquid refreshments. A friendly barkeeper in Tucson, noting under  liis orders, had shipped to him cases  of champagne, u barrel of beer and a  siphon of seltzer. Why the seltzer he  never could explain.' Later the unlucky bottle marred the supper and  nearly ���������en used if .tragedy. A guest  picked It up and peered Into .tin*'metal  tube to see how "the durned tiling"  ���������worked.  As ho gazed and pondered, -"linking  the bottle In his. effort to solve the  mystery, lie pressed tlie handle, The  stream struck lilm-fairly between the  eyes, Shocked, surprised and half  blinded, lie pulled Ills gun and declared  immediate war on the "sheep herder  who hnd put up the job on lilm," Allen's other'supplies were of the kind  taken straight In the southwest nud  downed wllh a hasty gulp,  Driven from the house on the day of  tho wedding, Allen took refuge un the  pliijszn. From behind the hacienda  "floated dreamily on the sun drenched  nir the music of guitars nnd mandollni*  played by Mexicans, practicing for the  dance which would follow tlie euro  mony,  The colonel dozed nnd creamed,  Pi.ri������ip������i" m>������. i'������ifip* of the nf''<���������"'" '  wns slmttered by the wild "ylpylpa" ot  a band of cowboys rifling up the trail.  Itevolver shots punctuated tholr shrill  fries,  Allen bounded from his chair, shale  Jug Hinwelf like,a terrier. This riotous  bound was tlio music lie longed to hear,  When llio Htnraito bonis of the ponies' hoofs (--'HHi'd ho shouted: "Comu  on, boys, Make this your homo, Kvery*  thing goes, nnd (he Hwueiwitter outtit  Is always welooiite."  The foreman was tlio.lli-Ht to pull up  Jn front of tlio house. "Hello, Undo  Jim!" lie fried,  "Hollo, Sagebrush!" answered tho  colonel, ii broad Hiulle Illuminating his  face, Holding Ills pipe in one hand, ho  licked Ms lips ut I lie thought of "lick-  erliig up" without the Invenllmi of an  excuse for Ills wife, Then he Joined In  a hearty laugh with the men about tho  corml us lie beard tlio grunls and  mumping of a plunging iiiuhiiiii**.. A  cow pony, hail entered mio ilu* spun, ot  lllti 0CUIM0I1 aiid  -'ii.-) liilUri lo lw.-7.-i "*!.-i  rider over his tioutl,  Fresno, one of the Sweetwater's  cowpiini'liers, was tho victim of tho  liorse's deviltry.  n;���������i.u^!v.ui.c:.i ...-.'���������������������������������������������.���������.. w!H ������������������!���������<"������������������*'  of mirth und sullies of the wit of tlio  corml,  "Hunt leather, Fresno, or he'll buck  you clean over tlio wall!" Nhouted  Hngebrush,  ���������r.rrtb his lull!" yelled Show Low,  villi a wbonp,  "All over," wns the chorus iih Fresno, wllh a virion* jab of hi* t-puu and  a Jerk of the head, brought the animal Into subjection.  "Come right In, boys," called Allen.  ���������-"Lot the grousers lake lhe Inn-sex,"  Willi shrill -.hoots, wlump** and intieh  liMU'hler Ihe i_i!c������ifn crowded about  the ranchman.  Knell wore Ills holiday clothes. New  handkerchiefs   wero   knotted   ubout  their necks. Fresno had stuck little  American flags In the band of his hat,  tue crown of which he had removed.  "I want head room for the mornin"  nfter." he had said.  Show   Low's   chaps   were   conspicuously new, and his movements wero  i,  heralded by the cracking of iinsoften-  i 11 ed leather.  ��������� I Last of the baud was Tareuthesis,  short, bow-legged,.with a face'tanned  nnd seamed by exposure. The cowboys ran stifily. toeing slightly inward.  Long hours in the saddle made them  apparently awkward and really ungraceful when on the ground.  They greeted Allen with hearty enthusiasm, slapping him on the back,  poking him in the ribs and swinging  him from one to tlio other with cries  of "Howdy. Uncle JimV"  "Howdy, Sagebrush? Hello, Fresno!  Waltz right in. Show Low. Glad to  see you all!*.' cried Allen sis he in turn  brought his hand down with ringing  slaps upon shoulder and back.  Meantime: "Parenthesis' bopped about  the outer edge of the ring, seeking an  entrance. Failing to reach his host,  he crowed. "How de doddle do!" to attract his attention.  Allen broke from the ring. Grasping  Parenthesis; by the hand, he said:  "I'm tolerable, thankee, Parenthesis.  Where's. Jack? Didn't he come over  with you'"  "What���������the boss? Ain't he got here  yet?" asked the foreman. Tall and  lean, with hardened muscles, Sage-  bruslf Ch'irley was as lithe* as a panther on horseback. His tirst toy had  been a rope with which, as a toddler,  he had practiced. ou the dogs and  chickens about the nu_.li yard. *.. He  was already too cold. .Could tell it  was a man that rode a pacta' horse."  His auditors looked at each other,  striving to remember who of their acquaintance rode a paciug horse. Sagebrush Charley shook his head. "Nobody down this way. Veptin', of  tours*, the boss, rides a pacer. Must  be one of the Lazy K outfit:. I reckon."  "Most likely," said the sheriff.* "He  struck out south, probably to throw  me off scent. Then befell in with two  other men. an" Mils., bulled hie up. I  lost one of the tracks, but follered the  other two round Sweetwater "mesa till  1 epme where they rode into the river. Of course I couldn't foller the  trail any farther at that pMiit. so. bein'  BIG MAN IN A BIG JOB  G. M. B0SWOF.7H ISA PILLAR OF  THE C.P.R.  Th. Man Who "*>.-.s Charge of Freight,  ..nd Passenger Business on Land  and ' V For-'the Great'"orporation  Started as a Clerk at $25 Pec Month  and Cheer Ability and Hard Work  Have Put Him on Top.  n * * " 0.  Those who know the man arid the  system say that the letters'G. M. at  THE D0UXH0B01RS.  Queer  The  as I was :iear Uncle Jim's. 1 rode over   'tiiched. to   the   front   of  Bosworth's  The stream strvch him fairly between  the eyes.  could not remember when he could not  ride. Days on the round-up. hours of  watching the sleeping l#-rd in the night  watch, had ro-ul* lilm quiet and self  contained in liis dealings with men.  His eyes lool-fri out fearlessly on the  world! All o������ Lis life he had handled  cattle. Dally, facing dangers on the  loug drives or in the corral, he schooled  himself to face emergencies, Acquiring self control, he was trusted and  admired. When Lyman, tlie old fore-  mau of the Sweet water, resigned, Jack  Pnyson promoted Sagebrush, although  next to Rud Lime ho was at the time  the youngest man in the outfit. He  made his employer's interests his own.  At the-mention of Payson's name heal--  ���������"���������ays became attentive. Willi it shade  of anxiety he awalled Allen's answer.  "No," replied the ranchman, looking  from one of his guests to the other.  "Why, he started three hours ahead  of us!" explained Parenthesis.  With a chill longing note In his tones,  as If his word wns disputed, the host  answered, "Wei!, he ain't showed up.'  The little group hnd become silent.  Arizona was In n period of unrest.  Humors of another Apache uprising  were growing stronger each day. Then  Payson was successful nnd therefore  despised by less fortunate men ovor  eager for a quarrel.  After   a   moment's   thought   Sngo-  "Whiil.'s the news?" she asked ns  she slowly straightened out her lingers one by one.  "There's been a klllln' over Florence wuy,"'announced the shorin*, putting on his lint and becoming un ntil-  cor of the law wllh duly to perform.  "Who Is the ijilKt'oriuiniu-T asked  Sagebrush us I hoy gathered about  Hoover and listened Intently.  Murder In Arizona was a serious  mutter until punishment was muted  out tb the i-l-iyer or he was freed by  Ills fellow citizens. Far from courts  of Jusl Ice and surrounded by men to  whom death was often merely nn Incident hi a career of crime, the sot-  tier, were forced to depend upou  themselves to keep peace on the border. They acted quickly, but never  luiHllly, Judgment followed quickly  mi conviction, Their views were  broad, und rarely were their decisions  Wt'OIlt'  ���������"Ole Man' Terrlll." replied .he  nherlff, "Happened about 111 this  iiioriiln'. Some mini caught lilm alone  In the railroad hi a lion an' blowi-d his  head half off."  "Ito toll!" was Allen's evi-laiuatlon,  "Yep," conllniicil ihe slienll. "He  must have pulled a gun ou tho fellow,  He put up some sort of a tight, iih lhe  room Is some mussed up."  "ItobberyV" queried Polly, with wide  open eyes,  "Tlinl's wliuf," nlowered Slim, turn-  linr In her    "He had  three iIioiinuu'  dollar--   pinned   lu   bis   vest,   county  I money for xiilnrli'H  1 toted IiIh wad around wllh him. defy-  j In' man or tin* devil to gel It away frou*  ' Mm'/ Well, uoine one who wns both  I man an' devil was too much for him,"  I    "Who found bim'/"  "I   did   myself    Went  over  around 't  noon after the money.   IMdn't slop to  (jo back to town lav n  ponse.   Trail  fer help to look along both banks an*  pick up the trail wherever it. comes  out of the river. Sorry I must break  up yer fun, boys, but some o' you  must come along with tne. Duty's  duty. I want Sagebrush anyhow, as I  s'pose I can't !���������.-���������!; fer Jack Payson."  Sagebrush pulled a long face. At  any other time he would have-jumped  at the chance of running to earth the  dastardly murderers of his old friend  Terrill. But in the matter of this his'  first experience of a wedding, he had  tickled his palate so long with the  sweets of anticipation that he could  not bear to forego the,,..culminating,  swallow of realization.  "I don't see why I shouldn't be let  off as well as Jack," be grumbled.  "Our cases is similar. You see. it's  my first ���������'weddin'," explained the foreman to the sheriff. - . ������������������>  The other cowboys howled with delight. Tbe humor of the situation  caught their fancy, and tbey yelled a  chorus of protestation uf Hoover's  ears.   In this Colonel Allen joined.  "Don't spile the weddin'," he plead  ed. "This here event has already  rounded up the Sweetwater out tit fer  you an' saved you more time tbaii  you'll lose by waitin' till it's over.  Then we'll ail jiue you."  Hoover commanded silence and. rolling a cigarette, gravely considered the  proposition. He realized that tlie.murderers should be followed"'up at once,  but that if he forced the cowboys liy  the legal power he exercised to forego the pleasure tbey had been anticipating so greatly they would not be  so keen in pursuit as if thoy had first  "given the boss his seudoff." The  considerations being .equal., or, as he  put it. "boss an' boss." it seemed to  him wise to submit to Allen's proposition, backed, as it was, by the justice  of his plan that the occasion of the  wedding  had  already  saved  valuable  -tiuie-iii-asseuililing_.L_i__posse.^ lld_y__u.  sented. 'therefore.'but.. l<> inainiaiu tlie  dignity of his otlic-e and control of  the situation, with apparent reluctance.  "Well, hurry up the sacreements an'  ceremonies, then, an' the minute the  1 preacher ties the knot every man of  you but, .luck an' the parson an" Uucle  Jim gits on his boss an' tollers me.  I'll"wiilt out In ihe corral."  At this there was another storm of  expostulation.' led this time by Allen.  Of course Hoover was to come to the  wedding and be its guest of honor.  "You shall be the first to wish Jack  un' Echo' luck." said Allen. "That  means you'll be the next one to marry."  (To be continued,)  name will eventually be moved .around.  to the rear and be capitalized and enlarged into General Manager. However, that is in the future. At present the'letters'stand for George Morris, and are the front appendage's oi  the name George Morris Bosworth,  vice-president of the Canadian Pacific  Railway Co.  A while back G. M. Bo.worth was  fourtn vice-president of the C.P.R.,  but a year ago the numerals were  abolished, and he is-now "known as  viopresident, in charge of the passenger and freight business and ocean  steamship lines. At first sight-that  looks like a big man's job, as it includes pretty nearly everything the  ordinary layman connects, with a  transportation system; However, the"  C.P.R. is a big concern, and there are  still a few odd jobs which are attended to by others than1 G.M. Bosworth.  'Still, he fills a big place among the  '^seventy-five "thousand odd employes;  /'and, .'if rumors can be trusted, he is  ^destined to fill a still bigger place -,  but more of that anon. Bosworth  came to bat for the C.P.R. in 1882,  and has been knocking out home runs  and three-baggers ever since. He is  not,,a follower of:sport, and would not  know an out-curve from an in-shoot.  He  just  naturally  developed   into  a  Russian Sect Which  Has Become  Canadianjzed.  Doukhobor women have been  reclaimed from the plow.  No longer do they sweat in the fields  of Canada instead of hoTses. Even as  their men are ceasing to be the wild  'wanderers arid fanatical spirit-wrestlers they were when they appeared  in the northwest several years ago, so  t.t- new, world's environments hav**  drawn the, women back from the brute  level, to which they had been degraded, to the home, with its cooking, its  spinning and its weaving ��������� old-time  tasks, it is true, but tasks adjusted to  their strength.  j The melting pbt of this western  ' world has recast even the Doukhobors.  The jcolony boasts of a substantial  schoolhouse. Doukhobor teachers were  educated in the schools and returned  to impart the knowledge to their fellow-colonists.  Ridiculed by Canada the Doukhobors* pilgrimages in the dead of winter, through snow-covered roads to  meet their "Christ," made them the  laughing stock of the country. But  those crudities are things of the past;  they have become Cauadianized in  the true sense of the word. .  There are two colonies of Doukhobors in Canada, ��������� Yorkton, containing  7,000 members, and Rbsthorn, with  1,500. The Doukhobors now use horses.  Formerly they believed if was unscrip-  tural to work these animals and the  women instead,acted as beasts of burden. Eighteen of them were generally needed, to take the place of a team.  The women now are engaged in the,  domestic arts and are magnificent embroiderers, lae farmers arc becoming  prosperous and many of them have  the latest fanning machinery aud the  best of,live stock. Their objections to  the use of animals as servants of man  have been overcome.  MAY BE BRITISH QUEEN  PRINCESS VICTORIA OF GERMANY  A CHARMING GIRL.  1  i  it  Mr. Foy's Smoke.  will   be   remembered'  that when  MAKE IT PERMANENT.  In the Name of. Common Sense L.t  1)6 Aclopt Harem Skirt, Says Artist.  Lending London merchants show  every intention of pushing the. sale of  the harem skirt, many society women  of most refined taste, maintain that  there is nothing about the garment  to flliock any one who is not a back  number and letters are appearing in  the press in favor of the new fnshion,  Among tho latter is one written by  one of the most famou. of Ehglii-li  urtiRts, which roads'-  "One or more of the fashionable  portrait painters should paint somo  of thoir fair sitters in harom dross,  T nm convinced that if the artif-N  and their sitters lend the public will  follow. I do not mean follow in the  sense thnt  cads  and cado-wi* follow  MR. G.   M.   BOSWOICTH.  batter. In other words, he is a worker, and his success must be attributed  Ui long hours nnd steady application.  He was born in Ogdensburg' in the  year 1858, and is therefore, another example of our fr.'e trade policy with the  United States in the matter of ex-  changing railroad men. We have received from the States such men as  Van Home, Lnaughnessy, Hays, and  Bosworth, and have given th������m... .1.  H..t.and a tew others of lesser calibre.  Bosworth's firrt job in the railroad  business netted $25 per month. That  was away back in 1875, when he was  oi. '.' boy with the Ogdensburg &  Lake Champlnin Railroad. He moved  to Chicago as trafuc freight agent of  the National Despatch Line, and camo  to the C.P.R., in 1882 as assistant general freight agent of the Ontario and  Quebec Tines of tlie company. Two  years later he wns appointed general  freight agent of lines cast of Fort  William. Then he became assistant  freight Iradio manager, nud in 1800  freight traffic manager of the whole  system, lu 11)01 he was appointed  fourth vice-president of the company,  and in 1010 he became vice-president.  Mr. Bosworth has done almost every-  thing around a railroad except run nn  R. J. Fleming came out last autumn  W-th a new bunch of rules tor uie  btreet .Railway Co. in Toronto,- one ot  them prohibited sinoking on the cars.  Pe-haps * some, of* us mrght have objected more strenuously to this rule il.  ii had not been tor the busy month  spent fighting the pay-a������-you-enter  system. When victory finally rested  with tne citizens, we looked about ami  found that no smoking was aliowed  any more, even ou tue rear platform  in the trailers, or on the three rear  seats of open cars.  It ia said that the Attorney-Genera;  was waitiagou tae comer recently lor  a car, and as it did not show up for  soma .'.time, ne mtiue the tune pass  pleasantly by lighting a cigar. It tiad  nardly stated to emit its pleasing  aronia__when his car appeared on the  "horizon; ThTTnemiyer~ior"*"bouth~To-"  ronto looked .'-longingly, at the -fragrant  weed; and felt that he could not tnrovy  it awayv , He,climbed upon the back  plattorm with the cigar he.'a carefully  so as not to attract attention. Occasionally the conductor had to depart  to collect fares, and with all the care  ot a school boy eating,candies' during  school hours, the Attorney-General  t"*': long pulls,.'at the cigar when the  man with the little coffee pot was absent. Those who did not dare to break  the rule (stood by and inhaled the  sweet breath of the.Havana secondhand, or rather second-mouth.  They evidently thought he had the  right; to break the rule, for when he  had alighted, one of the men usked  the conductor, who had apparently  failed in his duty.  "Was (hat R. J. Fleming?"  "Oh, no," was the reply, "thnt wns  the Attorney-General, Mr. Foy."���������Toronto Star.  The Young Scion ot Royalty, Who I������  Expected to Wed the Prince of  Wales. Is a Maiden Who Has Beei"*,  Brought Up In the Be-*": Manner of  the Hohenzollerns and Is the Pet  ,,of Her People.  The Kaiser's daughter, who may one-  day be Queen ti Lngland. everywhere  is reaping golden opinions by her  winning smile and abounding interest  in everything iind everybody with  whom she comes into contact.  Fair, blue-eyed; above medium  height, graceful, yet well built, sup-  pi \ athletic, quick in speech and  movement, and with an air���������when she-  speaks to any one���������as though she were  conversing with the. most important-  individual in the world.  She is always intensely concentrated  on the subject in hand, and never at  a loss fo- a reply, able to hold her own  on a multiplicity of subjects, witty  withal.  She is perfectly at home in four or  five languages, speaking English,, indeed, witn an almost imperceptible;  accent. Like her imperial father���������and  in this statement there is no particle  "of exaggeration���������it is far easier to say  what she does not know, than. what  she does know. '  My knowledge of the princess extends almost from her babyhood, the..*'  first time of coming into close contact with her being when she was ������.  small mite of about four years of ager  | and she and her brothers were playing together on the sands at Wilhelms-  hohe.  She ruled her .rothers then with a  rod of iron. Hor slightest wish wa*  law, and her every act. that of a small  queen who sees that her subjects-  obey.  Truth,to tell, the Kaiser was jusS  PltlNOEBS VICTORIA I.OUI8B OF PRUSSIA.  women, whether in the harem or any    engine, and could probably do that if  other new costume, in the public  thorough fa res with jeer and insult.  But more consideralo people,, could  Hoe in the quiet of the Royal Academy how artistic and i.ttraotive the  new dress is.  "Tn the namo of common -.nnso, let  ui������ adopt the nnUle dress as permanent nnd muzzle the changing, uncomfortable, microbe gathering coi*.  tiimes which the ever designing ilroi������i.  mnk'TH invent,  "The ronson mnny English women  object to the harem ekirt, I am told  hy their French- \merican rivals, is  (hat they have Inrgo feet, The tact  in that in bygone day*. English wo.  men woro large and -diape'es*. bootn,  The long,' nervous foot of the English  girl is prefi'rnhl-. to the squnt. short  toed French hoot oi tho narrow, low  Instep of the American beauty,  "What has done more to ridicule if  not to kill hOtiHimV dri'**" in the finite.  At lhe moment tu writing i in' oi.-mi  '.''lil'l' .-)���������"*!,' '-1)1 if the in' A '\<\  flninshoroiigh should paint it there l������  no reason why the 'Sargent skirt'  should not become in* fuuiou. ur) the  Gaiti.burough hut."  occasion demnnded it. lie hns been  on the pay-roll of it railroad for over  thirty-six years, and knows exactly  how it foels'to hear the 7 o'clock whis.  tin blow. He has been ofllce boy,  clerk, piiNRongor agent, freight agent  and assistant to llfty-nevei) varieties  of bosses, but nlwnys ken!, moving up  nearer those initials of hi*. No doubt  ho felt that those letters, G. M., in  front of Iuh naiiiu looked lonesomu  there, and decided early in his career  that he would have a more symmetrical name if it read G. M. Bosworth,  G.M. If his motivoH could hav. been,  analysed there would have been lound  an innate desdre to put those initials  where they belonged. It him been &  big job, but unless his batting eye  fails him he la apt to get there. His  long training, ettneeinlly with tho  C.P.Jt., him boon Invaluable to him,  The O.P.U. in not only a transcontinental road, hut it is aliwi a tram*.  r^fMH-ir* *-teiun������hip company, nnd Mr.  Boriworth linn to keep his eyo on tho  AtttUUic  ftU-illltniup  bouta,   t'  A Canadian Success.  Tho organization of a company to  tnke over the Cnnndinn end of the  Sherwin-Willinm."* Paint Co. enlli> nt-  tention to the fnet thnt the president.  of this big concern is a Cnnndinn,  who has had n remnrknhle career,  His nnme is Mr. Walter Cunningham,  nnd mnny young men in Montrenl  remember when he Ptarted husinec.  for himself in a .mnll wny in Montrenl in a little Notre Dnme itreet  store. Tn n short time he wont to  the hend office of the Sherwin-Wll-,  linm Co,, nnd Foon heonme president  of the lnrcect paint mMniifnctiirim*;  oompnny in the world. Ho is regarded ns one of tin* bip hiir-lness mpn nf  thn continent, his orennizntlon nhili-  ties h.einfi looked upon ns mnrvelou*.  Fie is also president of the new Canadian Rherwin-Willinms Co,, with  him as mnnngfr being associated Mr,  C. C. Bnllantyne, of Montrenl.  Diamonds In Cannrin,  Mr, "R, A A, ,Iohn������ton. of the Ho.  minion Geological Purvey, will li������nv*������  Oltnwn for Oermniiy noon to inquire  Into methods hy which dinmonds enn  he extracted from ehromite. "Hit*  monds in chromito hnve heen found  in northern Quebec nnd it is claimed thnt they enn he nxtrnctcd hy ������  pnrticulnr method known In Ger-  mnny. If so. it Is believed thnt the  Quebec diamondf. field* will tnke on  n Inrgo importance, There hnvo boon  mnny rumoTs for yonr* past, niiout  diamonds in the northern pnrt of  Ontario nnd Quebec, nnd somo of  those dnys sonsntlonnl discovorlo*  mny ho mndo, A mining lUioinoor in  tho north htw n fine dlnmnnd which  ho Hniim to hnvo .oetired from nn  "ndiiiii, nnd  which   lie ������.ii(   to  Ant-  and  Find.  Asia Minor.  Most of tbe people living Id tbo tillages and towns ot Anio Minor know  nothing About rcmedU-t. of any klud  eieot't tbe few inadu of root-* und  herbs growing near by. and n physl-  clati'H uervlcen nre rarely culled for;  eonnequently tbe mortality muoug tbe  Yon know In.w he I people Is *������erj great, in U>* lat'ltur  cities and rotnmtiiiltlf* on tbe mala  roads tb������r* sre un-uy (ibyslt-iaus.  Fastest Flowing River.  The  Uniest   aowmn  river in   Ibe  -world U ib* lUitu-j. m ludta. wtitcH  rlncs 15,200 Uni a buv*. tli. sea tod  falls 12,000 feet to ibo inilen.  ___ _ # .      It;   U/iSlU,  IICMiYiiF freight busUicss from HaliJax | Jtoriiam."wiirrif ho hnd it cut  to Vancouver, and take an occasional | polish^].���������Star Weekly.  look nt the Pacille,   Certainly a man j    whoso 'Held runs Irom Liverpool to  Hon-. Kong has to have a long arm  and a clear vision, nnd enn l lane au  dny to decide a point. It's certainly a  big man's job, and ono that Ik apt  to keep the ordinary man awake at  flights gathering up tho loose ends  and seeing that tho system doetm't  ���������ng in tho middle. However, O. M.  Boa-worth i'i uned to work, and fakes  Hard to  nton had nn iiitereuting timo inter,  viewing a  lndy on O'Connor frtreet.  Ottawa,    With his voliiminoun hook  nnd nicely shnrponed  pencil the ln-  quinitor nppourod   nt the   doer   and  the  womnn camo.  "Is lhe mnn of tho house inP*" ho  toHUko tlVpVrove.brai'duc*k to'wat-1'������'"���������������'!? enquired, opening his Judu-  cr. ������n<l that reminds one that whon I "���������';,"!��������� ���������������*-     . ,  Mr. Bosworth nnd������ things beginning j      N������..    whs \\\* WW-  to pall on him he takes to the water, j    l.'WiH he he in ������t noonh  Apart from his work, and the fun he,      N<-  B.U Irom it. "flshin*" is the only re. i  creation he ever tsJ<es.    He ha* no i bimr     per*i  ' oUicr hobbiei.   He is not interested ! derling.  ! )n sport of any kind, is not In any  1 aonse a club man, nor is he * slave to  I {ads ol sjqjt description.  .as indulgent, and it was the Kaiser  who would gently insist that there*  should not be-s^o much spoiling, Virtually the Kaiserin has trained her  daughter, for she personally chose alt  who had anything to do with her education, nnd mado a point of not only  receiving a weekly report of work  done, but also was frequently in the'  schoolroom, looking very thoroughly*  after things herself.  The Kaiserin, as are all German  princesses, is thoroughly domesticat- <  ed; therefore she has taken very good)  enro that her daughter has received a-  similar courso. A certain time each  and every day hns been spent in the*  acquisition of housewifely duties,  Thus the young princess is not only  highly accomplished, but she is a������-  truly domesticated as any average girl  of her country,  Ono of her great delights nowadays-  is to take hor mother's place in the-  early morning, make her father's colli and butter his rolls before the inevitable ride, when even tho most part,  of early-rising Potsdam is still asleep.  If occasion required the princess-  could-proparo a very respectable midday meal, for she hits a profound)  knowledge of quantities nnd what  cooks call a "light hand" In composi-  tion of ingredients,  Out In Berlin and Potsdam one hear*  rill sorts of tales of tho nrincess' cleverness nnd kindness of heart, for shots contiitunlly out and about among  the people; shopning, visiting schools,  hospitals, and other Institutions whero'  Alio will chat freely and unreservedly  ���������with the people she meets. Bho him ti  pretty pair of ponies which she tools  scientlllcally through the traffic of the  Unter den Linden, tho Friodrich-  strosso, and other thoroughfares, and  it was in driving through the latter  crowded placo that one day there was-  an accident. It was not the princess'  fault.  A venturesome boy stopped out  suddenly aiid lulled to got clear ot  tho animals' heads. He wont down  nnd. receiving a kick on his face,  was slightly injured ana mucn ingiit-  in.J. Vilini.ii X'u-U/t'iu ir'*** iii 1 emb!i."  distress, and sho not only hinlstod on  rendering "(Irst aid" with her own.  and her attend nuts' handkerchief.,  but also���������in spite of thu snid attendants' remonstrance���������-helped to place  the boy in her own camag-- ami uiovo  him to the nearest doctor.  Truthfully, she has made havoc in  tha  hearts of  mnny  young German  nobles, who can only sigh Irom afar  as they gaze   at   tho   unattainable.  Humor has more than once boon ril*  as to the future of the prinro.-M.   Certainly lu-r marriiige would he one of  the   most   important  events   imaginable, Iraughl with tremendous const*.  quencet to the whole of Europe.  Ami  ���������*C���������ii yon tell mo where I can find j n������������f lf i������ ������>n������W������titly rmnomlthat sh-r  Imr   perilled    Mr.   Fbher'*    urn J *-*\ b������  l>������trott������������rf  to  tie   Prince  of  ' | Wales.  On. thing ii certain, and that  "I  can't.    He  wn*   drowned   *iait J ���������* _Hiftl  *he   Kaifter  will  have loms  ' weighty words to say on the subject.  For the matter ot that���������so will tb������  priuce������s herself I  i j  I  j'A  M  '���������'J|  f  WfU  fall." was the uucijc'tcd  answer.  I The Mace. ,*/
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United States law courts shows that
"the big six" packing companies of
Chicago have almost entire control of
the producing regions of the Western
States. .''������������
The United states Beef- Trust is
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under the joint management of Armours, Swifts and Morris'; Swarz-
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subsidiary packing companies, and
these 72 tentacles stretch over the
length and breadth of-r the United.
States, feeding on the fat of the land
and crushing out life wherever it is
convenient. ���'���".,..,       .. ;>
Nearly every year the Beef Trust
is brought into court for breaking the
Sherman anti-trust aw. There is a
case in progress now in the District
Court at Chicago against the Beef
Trust for'having been accused of being an illegal combination in restraint
of trade. It is said the Beef Trust
knows no law. In previous cases evidence has 'shown that.98 per cent,
of all the cattle killed in leading
western centres were slaughtered by
the Trust, which it was also shown
controlled 75 per cent, of the meat
trade in New York, 85 per cent, in
Boston, 85 per cent, in Providence,
and in ,.,-a number of other important
cities from 50 to 90 per cent.
In view of this indisputable evidence, it is not difficult to understand
the depleted condition of the rural
districts* of the Eastern States.   Note
that 95 per cent, of the raw- supply
in the West is killed by the Trust,
which also controls from 50 "to 95 per
cent, of the meat trade in the large
eastern cities. The Beef Trust has
thus robbed the Eastern farmer of. his
rightful heritage, the home market
in the adjacent large industrial centres. The west and the. East have
beon bound together in the tight
grasp of two tentacles, which have
shot, out greedily from the huge central body at Chicago, If but another
tentacle could be extended northward
and coiled around the, producing regions of Canada, what rich blood
could be sucked into the heart of
this massive creature.
Tho Beef Trust exerts its enormous
control by getting hold of the railroads and then monopolizing sources
of raw supply. President Ripley, of
the Sunk Fe Railroad, in,,1905, before
the liistorstato. Commerce Commission
said: "The packing house business
today is concentrated in so fow hands
that this fact, together with the keen
competition between railroads, practically makes it possible for them to
dictate rates for dressed beef and
packing house products." Tho Beef
Trust each day ships out of Chicago
G00 can- of packing house products.
Armours alone control over n dozen
car lines; they own over 14,000 refrigerator cars roproHciitiiig an investment of $14,000,000 and the owners of thoso earn besides enjoying
special rates, also draw a rental from
the railroads for every one of those
carH than run over their lines. Swift
k Co, for   the   fisenl    year   ending
T.   Armstrong   Tells   of   the   English
Bohemian., of the Sixties.
Many interesting facts concerning a
famous coterie of literary and artistic
Bohemians, including Millet, Whistler, Burne-Jones, an L'Miliais, are related by Mr. T. Armstrong, C.B., in
"iCeminiscences of George du Maur-
ier": , v   ' -
"Miliaiswa: conspicuous from his
stature and" nil handsome head, as
wm his brother William, whose presence was.much prized on account of
h'_ beautiful tenor voice. There Was
something ve- * strange about the like-
ue.i of William to his brother John,
whose fine, handsome, nnd engaging
presence is still-remembered.' 1 should
never have guessed th.t Sir John
h"d'any Jewish ancestor, but he told
Du Maurier that ho had; in his brother William 1 should have recognized
tue Eastern type ut once. The broth-
t-.-i' admiration of eacii other was
amusing and sometimes touching.
'Have you heard my brother Bill
sing?'   John  would  say,  'He  is  the
 ce
i
was the great tenor opera-singer of
tne day. At the time of sending .in
t i pictures to the Royal * Academy
Exhibition William would.-go about
saying, 'Have you seen Jack's pictures
this year?.. Finest tilings ever done.'
"One Sunday afternoon the conversation at the Priory ��� the home of
.eorge Eliot���turned on Disraeli, and
what wai called; his want of since.-
.... Browning told us how, at the
recent Royal Academy banquet, Disraeli, in his speech, had said that,
'however much the English school of
painting might be defective in technical skill, it had, at any rate, that high
imaginative quality which in art is
beyond and above all others.' /Browning added that on a former occasion,
at an Academy dinner, a speech had
been made by Disraeli which container a passage to the same effect. After
dinner, the speechmaking being ovei
a:.d the 'guests strolling about the"
galleries looking at the pictures, as
was the custom, the poet came upon
th; Prime Minister, shuffling about
with the gait those who saw him
must remember very well. Disraeli
took Browning's arm, and. walking
along with a glance now and then
at  the  walls, exclaimed:
"'Tut! Tut! Not a single picture
with the slightest trace of imagination   in   it'."   ���/.������^*u*^.^>*m^S^*%f^;.'^,.:
Gags, With and Without.
E'Oyly Darte once produced "The
Gondoliers" at Windsor by command
of the late Queen Victoria. A finely
bound volume of the libretto had been
provided for the queen, who referred
to it frequently to keep abreast of the
opera. When the curtain fell she sent
-for���D*"Qyly��� Carte-to-express-her��� ap--
proval and, having-done so. remarked
that she had'noticed that some of the
actors had said things which were not
set. down in the book.
Mr. Carte explained that they were
"gags." ���*..- -  ,       _.
"Gags?" queried the Queen in a puzzled tone. "1 thought /gaga wero
things put in a person's mouth by
authority."
"Not always," was the reply. "These
gags are wha*, people put in their
mouths without authority."
Spring
Humors
Result From  the  Poisoned Condition
of the  Blood.
Oldest Civic  Regalia.
The crystal i.inee with which th"
lord mayor of London hns just claimed the right to he prp-ent at the
coronation will Iip by far the most
nnci��nt piece of rc.nlin in--evidence
it that historic ceremony Tt da'ei*
fmm Saxon times, n? the workman,
ship of its crystal nnd cold -=hnft,
with jeweled head declares. From
the time before the Normans thi?
mnee, which is barely eighteen inehr-n
long, hns symbolized unvprpifrn'ty.
ovor thp city, when the Vrd mayor
was still known np the portreeve nn 1
"London was an independent stntn. It
ii the oldest piece of civic regalia in
the world, nnd it is seen only at th<i
induction of the lord mayor on Nov.
8 and nt the coronation of the sovo-
reign,--Pall Mall Gazette.
Discharge    is   Checked ��� Sores   are
Cleaned Out and Healed by
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Aside from the suffering caused by
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there is the annoyance, and embarrassment to which they give rise,
particularly when on the hands or
t-ncc.
It is quite proper to try to get the
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of overcoming the skin troubles,
which can so readily be gotten rid of
by using Dr   Chase's Ointment.
The three principal ingredients of
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Dr. Chase's Ointment stops itching
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The time required for cure depends
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The wonderful success of Dr.
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Consolation
Mrs. Newgold (in the picture gallery)���"This,. Aunt Eunice, is a real
old master."
Aunt Eunice���"Well, I shouldn't
care if it was; it's just as good as
some of the new ones."���Life.
Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.
"(.holly says his European trip was
completely spoiled.",, "As to how?"
"Seems a careless porter lost a label
off his suit case."���Louisville Courier-
Journal. , -
The Poor Man's Friend.���Put up in
small bottles that are easily" portable and
sold for a very small sum, Dr. Thomas'
Eclcctric Oil possesses more power in concentrated��� form���than���one���hundred���times'
the quantity of many unguents. Its
cheapness and the varied uses to which
it can be putmake it the poor man's
friend. No dealer's stock is complete
without it.
Haven't you ��� discovered that women know by instinct what men they
can make fools of, and they only try
their arts on them?���W. S. Maugham.
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, \���
Iiiioas County. /
"Prank J: Cheney makes, oath-that he U
Renior partner of the firm of F, ,7, Cheney
& Co., doing business in the City of To
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every
oase of Catarrh that cannot ho cured by
the uso of Hall's Catarrh Cure,
PRANK J. CHENEY,
Sworn to beforo mo and subscribed In
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A.  D��� 1886.
A. W. CLE A SON.
(Real.) Notary Public,
Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken internally
and acts directly upon tho blood- and
mucous .nurfaeoR of the system, Send for
testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY A Co., Toledo, O.
Bold by all DriiRplsts, 75o.
Tako   Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Britain's  Roman 'Vails,
Agricola's v ..Is were builfribout the
year 80 to defend   "Rritnin  from  the
. .-,         . ..   Picts nntl Scots.   The first extended
January, 1900, did $240,000,000 worth Uro n  the Tyne to the Salway  Firth
of business.     The   largest Canadian  (eighty  miles), the second from the
packing house, does a business of
about jr-.OOO.OOO a year. Put both
conci'ins on a free market; would it
be a fair deal?
DroHHnd meats nnd meat products of
different kinds enme into Canada
from tlm United States last year,
ending March, 1011, to the extent of
over $.'1,000,000, Tho groat proportion
of these imports came from tlio Hoof
Trust and in facn of the duties. Reduce the tariff ou packing house pro
iRbty
Firth of Forth, near Edinburgh, to
the Firth of Clyde, n��ar Dumbarton
(thirty-six miles). Thu former wall
wo.- renewed and strengthened by tha
F.mperor Hadrian about the yenr ti!0
and by Soverus nbout 208, Tourists to
England and Scotland may still sen
miinv remains of thi'se nnclent wnll��,
particularly of the southern one. In
many placns the foundations nro still
intact, with hero and there a piece
of   the   wall   Itself,   evidencing   tho
ducts, as Reciprocity proposes to do, I faithfulness   with   which   thoy   woro
and give the Reef Trust free access  built,
to our natural  products,   nnd   you;
simply pu'rpotunto nnd nid a groan
evil ns well ns imperil the best in-
teiests of Cnnndii,
"How," the president of tlm Fat
Man's Club wn. nuked, according to u
magazine writer, "did you prnvelit
fraud nmong your npplionntH for
membership? Didn't some men try to
got in thnt weren't up to tho Htiindnrd
weight?"
replied;
Bobby Burns nnd the Mayor.
On one occasion, arriving at Carlisle
on horsolfAck, Bobby Burns is said to
have turned his .tend out to grass for
awhile, and Un animal strayed on to
a m.ndow belonging to the corporation nnd got Impounded. Although tho
horse was given up to him, tho poet
retaliated upon tho mayor, whose tenure of olllee was to oxpiro on the very
morrow ol tho incident, it follows:
jitiuiit-
"YdH," the portly officer
' but it was no iihi;.   A|-.-iiviitiuiift iiiiii  was e'er pulr poet ��iw bciltted?
., W ,..riv-..-li-.l In .-������!���������.*��� ni Ihi** Polk   x.t. inrtiatrr JfujiJ.. tin* huu<i c.i
building floor,   There was no oWntor. tod !
Tho npplicant climbed the five llightf P(]ir hnTm](,.. bDMl  ^   t]m   nm
ut stiiirn,   At- tin* top ho mot it man -
who iiHkoil-. 'Wore you looking for tlio
Fat MntiV*  flub?"      "Yes,"      "The
If men should rise from tho dead
and road their epitaphs many would
think thoy hud got into the wrong
grave.���Flnvcl.
It is nn undisputed fact thnt ono
packet of Wilson's lily Pads has actually killed u bushel of house flies.
Fortunately no hucIi quantity can
ever he found in a well kept house,
but whether thoy be fow or many
Wilson's Fly Pads will kill thorn nil.
Dealer (commenting on n horse ho
ia exhibiting for sale)���"Shouldn't bo
'ere at all, nn 'orso like that."
Sportsman (also a hit of n connote,
sour)���"Quito    right,    quite      right;
"Pnevl.li, pale, rei-tleim, nnd nlokly children owe their condition to worniH, Mother
OravoH' Worm Exterminator will relieve
thorn and roHtoro health.
The chock which the comely young
Gorman woman bunded in at the
window of a Walnut street savings
fund bunk the othor day wns mnde
pnynblc to Gretchon H. Schmidt, und
she hnd endorsed It simply Gretchen
Schmidt. The man nt the. receiving
toller's window called her back to rectify the mistake just as she was turn-
liiK nwny.
"Ynu don't deposit this quite this
wny," ho explained, "Bee, you have
forgotten the H."
Tlm young woman looked nl her
chock and then blushed a rosy red,
"Ach, so 1 huf," sho murmured, and
wroto hurriedly.
"Age 2.1."-Philadelphia Times.
Indian Princess Visited Coronation to
Pay Homage.
One of the most interesting women
in the world is in England at present,
where she visited the coronation. She
is the Begum of Bhopal, also styled
tli- Sultan of Shah Jehan. an aged
tiny native princess of India, who has
left her .ealni for the second time in
her life to ] -y homage to the King of
England, who as Emperor of India is
her Suzerain.
After arriving''in London she was
ordered to Nauheim, Germany, for the
cure, but, becoming dissatisfied, she
w-.i about to return to England when
her doctor firmly informed her she
must submit herself to the regimen
h_ prescribed.. if she desired to be
cured.
Neuther, the Begum's astrologer,
was.taken aside by the physician in
London and warned that if she did not
submit to the cure she might drop off
any day. The astrologer threw his
influence on the side of the German
physician, and the Begum reluctantly
consented to remain and obey.
In India her Highness is one of the
great potentates, for she is sovereign
over a million people, and the area of
her domain extends 7,030 square
miles.
Her Highness has the unique distinction of being the only woman ruler ih the world to commanJ and ride
a*, the head of her-own troops in ac-.
tion. She did this ten years ago, soon
after her accession, when she was
making a pilgrimage to Mecca,,'the
first time Uie had ever left her country. Although the journey was of a
religious character, the L'0um was accompanied, by a bodyguard of nearly
a thousand men.1 In crossing a desert,
they were fiercely attacked by strong
bands of mounted Arabs. The Begum,
then fifty years of age, at once mounted a horse' and ,'.'..e desert was treated
to��� the sight of a woman, with veil
drawn tight.about her feca���-which
had never been gazed upon by man���
bi_. with eyes blazing through peepholes in the nnusk, leading a victorious
ol._rge against the enemy.
King George has taken the .keenest
interest in the Begum's work among
h-'r people, and in consequence she is
the only woman in the British Empire to wear an order of knighthood,
having been decorated with the order
oi Grand Commander of the. Star of
India.
The peculiar fact that the crown of
Bhopal passes trpm mother to daughter instead of from father to son���the
ruler's husband being called a Nawab,
a male title she also bears herself���
tUf!). account for the Begum's successful innovations at home. At any rate
woman suffrage advocates might well
cite her as  an example of woman's
might.       *. y-.-- ���.���':-"-..��� ��� . ���'��� ,
Here are some of the things she has
*bfijngi!ra'bOTt~iTrt
enlightened India": -State railways
throughout tlie length and breadth.of
her domain, police in every community, hospitals in all the large cities,
schools in every village. The hospi-
t:.'3 only use native medicines, which1'
are a part of the religious belief, but
in the City of Bhopal, the capital,
there are, institutions where the. sick
ai. hygienically cared for,,
In a...iition to affairs of state her
Highness has found .time to get an
excellent knowledge of English and
other languages and to become a real
artist in oils and water color.
On; arriving in England the Begum
established herself at the beautiful
estate of' Patteson Court, Redhill,
Surrey,- which she has leased for the
s.asoii. The next day sir had a private audience with King George and
Queen Mary in Buckingham Palace,
While the Begum is in England her
observance of tlie purdah, or veiling
of 'hn face, is as strict as in her own
c.untry, aud as one of the royal guest,
at thp coronation she had a special
guard to prevent the scrutiny of all
men.
��� .i	
In Memory "of Edward VII,
One of tho first of the Aberdeen
memorials to the late King Edward i.
thnt about to he erected within tho
grounds nt Bnlmqrnl���the gift of tin*
tenants and .servants on the royal
estates on Deof-ide,, Tt is a combination of drinking foiintain and crnnit.
Rents. The centre portion eonMst. -if
a large drinking basin, richly mould,
cd and carved. Over' the basin is n
fine axed panel with an exquisitely
curved shell,' from which the wnter
flows, and on the top of the panel nro
curved tho imperial crown, the ro.��(*,
thistle, und shamrock, The trranit'!
j-pnts on either side of the fountain
extend 10 feel, nnd urn st'iiii-circiilnr,
finishing nt Ur* ends with lnr��->
moulded scrolls, 'Curved in high relief on the buck of ench seat aro t|ii��
roynl inonournm and tho dates l*ft*>|'
unci 1*010, The inscription rends*. "To
tho memory of Kinix Edward th��
Seventh, Iflll. From tlm tenants and
snrvnnt*. of Bnlmoral, Aborgoldie, and
nirkbdJl."
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"What makes you think you can
act?" asked the manager to the stage-
struck applicant.
"Burglars came into my room last
night," replied: the young man. "I.
pretended to be asleep, and deceived
them utterly."���Pearson's.
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GI��d��tone'. Favorite.
Thn nnnounoi'iiK'tit ot the engagement of Mlsu Dorothy Drew to
I.lMitninint Piirlnh, one of Lord Oliil.
stone'* A.D.t'.'s, recalls the fact tlmt
Miss Drew was tho favorite Krimd-
child and eompiinion of the Into Mr.
W, K. GliidMow*. She tin. been tho
subject of iiiiiuy pretty -ttories, oni*
being to thn effect that she onco non-
plumed the fl.O.M. on n I'ib'.icnl sub-
ject, The fiunoiH stiiU'Hiiiiit) wn*
tryuiK t<�� iniiuiv n<r to gt-i up <-iiiiii-r.
mnn snid. 'Your application is re*
jeeted. Wp receive no mnn who can
climb five llights of Htnir-..' "���Kansas
City Star.
Potor (sent   for   the   milk)-"Oh,
mere*/,  I've drunk    too much  of it!"
What fihnll we dor"
Rmnll  Brother-"Kii*y,    We'll drop
the jnt'."���������Mi-ggeiuiorlt-r lthit*tti*r.
en re;
Thou'lt be a horse when ho'a nno malr
(mayor).
"Pop!" "Ye*-, my ��on." "What in
nn iiccomniodntion ' train?" "Why,
my boy, it'n one a woman can keep
from getting undor a mini'* f��vt when
_li.��   ort.i_   li'm   itrtminir    her     w���v."���
u)n�� sees  htm  coming
Yonkers Statesman
her    way.
Railway Langungs.
Thn old elaborate hooking procesi
hn�� given w.iy to thn irnper.onal rail-
way ticket tnking, but tlio old namo
"booking olllcu" remain* a* a fo.sil.
Uiiilway language in this country i.
full ol such rr'lie*. Our railway carriage, are "couch..," the engine U
iu cluitgc of a "dnv.i" and a "giuid"
i. in cnarge behind. All then, ex pre.,
.ions are directly inherited from tlie
old coaching day*, ln America they
havo "ticket olHei*.," "ear.," "engi-
neon" and "conductor*!," good euough
word*, but wi.houi any hutory.���Lou-
dou Chronicls.
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"Wl
don't
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he n^ked, "Why, grnmlpiipii," n<-
ioinoil Mis��. llorothy, "didn't you tell
uie to do wlmt 'be Hible n\y*\"
"Ye*, certniiily," miid Mr, (ilnd.i|oii<',
The  lilile girl   then   proudly  opened
Ie-    lime-   it
tilt'     HITOIld
you to ri't*
�� sliu i ��,.-. f,,
V   l-1
curly.
"It  is   vain  for
W. N. U., No. 851
Old Tlm. Oeer Trust,
In lhe t*ixt'"ntli century tester*
wen- iifipointed in Kiil'Iiiii'I whrwe
duty it whs "fo fiwf. nnd n����l7i* th.'
l��e.-r to >e���� if it lie lit (or II llllin'H
body." One of tin* mt'lb"d* of ten?,.
in�� nle wiiti m ��pi!liinn ""Hi" 'd it on
ii wooden ��-*'Ht when the teller nt-
lin-d *n leitihern hre.-che<, Mit down
lllt-reoit. If be mlliered to hi* HmjH
lhe b>-er '.mm ndiilteriitt'tl with ��ae.
ehi-rin.' niliytiin't-*: if lu* could ri<u��
nitliout inconvetiiimct* it wm v A
ftduiu-rauxi-London Mull.
r**icl^      i.'n    .i'*l"    ����l.'n    .'Al*    *\,\���;    !>-*!>  I
f-ome Doll, nlmoliitclv FIlKK for nell��
iiik only *!-I.ihi worth ol our lovely
pi'iit-'iird-*, at 8 for 10c.
Thi^ dolly i�� '2*2 inches full, ��nd i*
Hlylinhly dri'sned in the dniiitio.-it Inert
triinined tlrens thut n dolly ever wore,
wllh    n    MvliKh    liief.    vnke     nntfed
(sleeves,  mid  up-lo-dnte ��nii'eful  .skirt
I with n lloiitice of linndRomo luce. She
j him  a  -tylinh  hut to mutch,  beuuti*
fully"triiiimi'tl, which jtiMt -.iven the
; UniHliiiiK touch to thin little princes.,
'[���'lie in fully jointed, cilll holil out her
liirm.H,  hit down,  or  turn  her  head*.
, you c.iii uinlrrp*. Iier mid put her to
I bed, and mIio will close her eyes and
, tf>i to ,-Jeep like ;i real baby.
j    Our curds sell on hi^ht iih tln-y are
the Intent design* in thiiuidiiin view.-.,
i Ihtrul and birthday   card..     All   are
j beautifiilU* colored,   and   many   nr��*
I richly embosHed on gold.
j      TORONTO     PREMIUM     CO.,
I Dept. M. Toronto, Can. THF,   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   ttft.TISfl   CObUMlltA.  TiiG OuuLberland Hews  issued  Every   Tuesday  by  the  Coniox   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  Thi-*. ].:ipor will not hold it.olf  responsible for thu opinions of others, as may appear in its columns  Si'om time to time.  TUESDAY,   August 2Uth 1911,  F.'nirli.h brothers,   17   and    IS.  tloBiiv (.ontiiuious   unploymuiit   on  NOTICE is hereby yiveu that 3') duy,  after dale I iutcnd to apply 1������ 'tin* limi.  Minister of Lands for a li.ei _���������> to pr.s^..t  for coal and petroiouni umJer ihu foicsliori  and under the water ou the laud, iu und  opposite Sayward District and described'u.  follow*:���������Commencing ;.t ;i po t planted  oi the son bt-ach 16 clmiua north of iho  aoutlie-.at corner wf I o 73, Sayward .'-D's--  tiot, thenco. due o . KO cliain ,* thence  duo iouth SO chain., Uh"*io_ du. vest. Co  .'bains w-.or* or less o l-.ii.li wa or mark on  it'll tie.el), the north.r!y along said  ti.ath to [d:icy of coiDTJi-m'.tinout.,..  S, J: Ej[.\Ni'i*i..v,  |.li, I'i-uch*.  avent.  Da.d ilra _S,h d.iy1 of Mar,**, 1911.  NO i'i CI. is hci-.hy given   timt" dO   run. ' "  ���������fU!i- da e I ii t.ud io. ap-j'.vto  tlio   Hon  Mi.ti.-'tur of Liuid.s (��������� r a l-.innst tu *n'o.ptrl  iariii.     "Board, lo-loutf and sniall .,,,--  '        ������ ,    fvu _ in and uoooioum uiuKr Uie f..howv-j;  r.mr.uoi'ntion.    1\   0.   Box  Sob,  ���������Numiimo. 1>. 0,  The.Uniycrsal  Fire Extinguisher.  Energetic   representative    or  .agents wanted for the  Universal  Kjre Uxtinguisher.  An excellent  ''seller.'1 Needed in every iiouse.  Apply to  H, jACOHSEN  COMPANY, .  Vancouver, B.C.  cm- m*xif?-.-ZLamY~m\wi.aetxrr*.jm-rmm i i������iy*a___*o__^ __���������_,*____��������� ������������������*���������������������*���������������������������-re  LIQUOR  LICENCK ACT  'Section 49.)  ���������jNOTICK is hereby given that, on the  '22nd d.iy of July, 1911,   application will  he made to the Superintendent of ."Provincial   Police   for   the   transfer of the  lice:).8,for the sal* of hqucr by rcuil in  ..tad upon the. premises  known as   the  Pt'i-i Anyu.ia Motel, situata at Comox, in  Coniox district, in the Province of British  ('olntnlii,',, iVitrn  Joseph   \i",  Hoimcs, of  iaid Ciituos. to John   C.   Cbuena*.   of  Nortlibeud, in the sai'd Province of llrii-  ibColiunbia.      Josi-jph B. I'oi,.*icb,  Holder of license.  .    JOK.V C. CLARK NCI'*,  ���������*'*  Applicant for transfer.  LC8.  ���������lc^cril). d land. sitnaui in .Say.', ard lh.-  t.i'i.t, B C *.--<Viiiim������ii(di{.* :(t-' II (Jos- | lll.Ut  od at ts e north-iimt i-onur if 'L'.mhor Lt.a e  No 47, on ne )> >nk of 1';.iu[.1>b11 Iti ver,  th "nt** duo s- nth 77 K' eliuins moieoi- It;-,  to tho s ..ulhsi.! ���������uri-ei- of s 1 ul Tiijhr  Uuko No 47 at,d. Qa no>i������i l'b'������r lndiaii  i<t���������,irve, tliein'eduo wist 80 i.htd.is, then v  diit; west SO i-lmni*, lheyc������' duo 11.1th SO  . huhti", tl-.eut.*- dun *-:c-t 80. lumn 10 (jlao. o)  ���������.'.mini ���������mioii.eii*.  Iti.'.niA Jane Fun's*!-,  E. L-nesr.vi'pe.if*.  l*>a'< ed Hi t. ".th day of .Vl-trch. 1911.   "  NOI'IU. i������ i-.u'ehy j,'ivi-n thnt :<���������'  da t.  fifti-r ilatel iiilsidt'"'.tpji'.y to  f.;t*   H ���������������  ���������ihi'.t.t-r of Linda ;0i- a Iwiont- to p r.npu. t  t'.r c-ml ��������� _ii.'tjfir.jlauiti under tliufolii-w-r.g  d euribed land* . Miniate in  Sav���������.-. ;������������������������(.   Dm-  tiiet unu miii},' ih������ Carcpbcll'Ui.m- ludiim j W\  It.serve:    Ooimil'o.. O-rifj at ti 2>vfc,ti:-.icuUtn ��������� n | V������  uli. bi.k t-f'(.'auiid><.li U.verai.ti I'leiu^'tfii!  uortli . fcsi C'*'iTi.i- if .aid  R- siivo;  V e.-ct*  daiS"  anuth   '25   thai .a m.jre or  Uh. t . i:'*.  .south we.>t uoi'.i.r nf sstid   Reserve;   I In.nee I ^  die ea t ti',) chai.is to s. a    ���������t)i; t.v not) no;,  ihorly I'.ri'd .-oo.bwb.,t'i!l>- alo.i_  sea  ic-.tut.  aud  Cum^-b-ll Uiv.r t. p'ace t.i c.'ii-menco  ii.cnt. .10.  Fitu'sT,  D.te! this liS.ii d.t-v .,f Mo-cli, '011. .  NOTICE ij iioivby sivon th-t a.:, th..  next ui.dtiug' of the Bo������id i I l.iccn*o Com-  uii-3-.io ei's of tiie City of l'.'u..vber!ir.d, 1'  ii.teuil to"iipp y for a. Rxcwal ��������� t tin? h.t-  e! litronsn hohl b'V me for 11.���������* (.'nmberlain!' [ !|j  Hot<l. ntunt'<l uuloi 1, block li, Cum h- j p|>.  land To*viisre. . ! (V"*  WILLIAM MEMU. .ELD,  Dated t*,i. loth tlyy uf May, Jflil!,  ���������~ P-OdtfcI*e^N0HM-G-E-^is-liereby-g-lyen-  ili.it o'i and after I uly i 1,1911, it shall  be unlawtul ior any horse, cow, | rattle,  *_wiri8,'sheep or goats to run at'laryeor  NOTICE .ii  hftre.b,:B>_ie_.i_th_-*____JL  next ni eLiiif, or the Hoard, of. I, _ n. (.������������������  Com ���������dssio.-n-s of tli. CitY 0? C.u.b r-  ian.i, I inimd to r<p,.ly for a ient-w.d ��������� i' ti.o  wholesale liquor liciuo held 1 v 1110,  i.it  >e,l upon the ptiohc streets, lanes alleys L^   ^   ^ ^ ^   (.    ^ -^  or tuifenced lots or lands w'uli'm the city  I'mits, except milch cows, which shall lie  allowed to run at larye from seven o'clock  in the morning imiil e-i*_; 1.1 o clock in tlie  afternoon of each clay. Milch ��������� ows nui-i  be. kept closed.in from eiyht o'clock in  (lie afternoon until seven o'clock in ihc-  murning, ind all bells removed from the  ro.vs at nil.lit. subject to the provisions nf  the Pound lly-law.  By order of the City Cuuiinl*.  A, McKinnvon, C.M.C.  City l-lajl, June 131b. 1911,  at*rt**w*jfmmaimrtmamW%w  10% BONDS 10%  An  Attractive   Offering  for a Short Term  Investment.  1*1 wn-ilo.  JOHN MAR.iCCfJi  Dated (his 1Mb d������> of Ma v. I'M.  ' mf-*** -������*.������!������  NOl'iCli. i,s  hereby giv.'. tun in.   n  iHixt n out no of the Hoard ..f Lice k- 0 in  niisai>i.or,i of 'he City of ( iiinb.r and,  i. toad to a .piv f ���������!' i'. i_ne������ nl orth.-. h.t  el I oenso lii-'.d by ifin tho   vv" --v rlv  Ho ol, .Mluutt-d im l it 2, bloc* il, Climb i-  'and To.1 uBite.  PIIANIv DALLOS  .  Dated hi. I..t!i dny of Mi/, l'.)U  Wp can offer l.lit* eonse,rvn!ive  inu-i.tor for a sliovl: wliile only  ,\n opportunity of plnciujj;- liis  surplus fiiii'l.s in a hi^h-cla... security benriuo; a rate of interest  ol ten ]i<;i* cent.  Di'.'y 150 of thest"* Cum-r-vtihle  Debciittires at a par value (if {too  caeli. aviiihible,  Do   not   >',atnble   in    stocks,  ., .--li.ires ami oilier funis of speeu-  laiioti, bin IM\'1;.ST w'livrc yottt  prin<:i|i:il iupI inluresi ii* s- on rod.  Wiii'i'K for I'ui'tiHT pariieiihus  of tbi-* iioijf.l issue wliii'h i** par-  t!<*iilai'lv iiltvacliv:.* '������>   i;-\���������<:-:-���������.'u;*s. ,  ,    ,, , ,      ,   ,  , , j    i������l* I It li l<ln,|-ttl������V t- V II i.llU. it I, thn i.tXt  1'ruinpl applieatiou is mccssriry | ������������������, illW���������r,Im ���������y|t (| ���������r U(J ���������,��������� ,.������������������������������������,,  as tnuiilx'L* is i j tn i  NOTl* K 'H lioi-tii.yffVt.il timt'iit \.h-  next iii.tttiiii. id' tho Board of Limn s*-  Comiii'Siioiio-. of Hi. Ui y of t'umbur-  hi-id, I iiiiond i) Kp.-ly tor u  I'tnio'vil of Iho lic.ti-1 hoiiHo h..ld , by mo  ur ho N-.w j*.i"t,du--<i Hot ol. i-i iiatcd 00  tat* oa t hall' i.f lai !3, bi bit ck i), C'uiul) I'*  and I'ow. uitv.  JAMI.S WAbTKUH.  D.rt-d Ihin 1.1 h dny if Vim, I'll I  .vt.*v...m-r:*.-, _....T:.. M.^r.ivmr.xmrK:.yii>'-U..,<.i,^:r ,rjrm7i.^rv,  i'',(.)TI..JI'' i.   lier.by ^ivon t.h'H   a,.   i!,o  U'tvt��������� IIIOi,li<iW'l' tllO   boill'tl t.'l' l.i(.l-:l:Nll(,'i)lt������  nn w. 11 ri 11 f 1 lie Ciiy id' ���������Viiitiorliuid wo  inlo.,il to a|.|)ly for a uwicw.-d f the. lie*.-  cl lio uso hid I by im I'm- ih't Vu. dano  lloltd, hitnidoji 0:1 lot 5 ilt.oV.;!, Cniuboi-  Iritiil To n.Hiio,  WII.S 'N .t  Illt.V'dl.ElM.  D.f.d.lli. Ifilh (|.> of Alvty, I'.lll.  *\U:'I .hi 11 Ini'rnby i.iv.m iImj nf lu  111.x'. ii.ikII' . of *h>- It'.M-il i.f Li.'wi no Com.  ioi..i i.t'i'u l.nr ihu Ci.y if ClJ 0I.01 limi, I  mli).J to ������l |',V lorn iU'Ui.vhI i.f t' 0 ������||i)b-  mit.' lit] ior I'OUuH- In,I 1 hy III , I'i n*.t-'l on  |..i, 1!  bloc, li'), CiniibiiiUiul I'iouu'I,.,  CIA LI  .l.USi'VTTi.  iMcd '.lot Ifltb -I y-f M,h., l'JII.  ti    i*"*��������� '      ^''���������-vVi'' ^H* **������im*,iMr*'*" ***-������������������*>* ,-    ir������M,������JWrttt.*w_ia'wiwlM������-iu.r. I'V-uirj.'.a.-.rfJw-.;*!..-.  iiKAAni  iUMT*ft^i-**)r������j-Mi^"r-i.-u **-������.  ���������..)ju*'* ������.*,***-���������( .iteiUtJ.  ASm*-miiA.mlJt*l������ n*Umimt.'mm\.J,  :.a w ���������w.fu-tw* Vrttt&taiM-mvnwmnsi  11 i*^*w*i*ft.������w.u*i������iV'������iwii*K'������^'<  nn a <~p r > n i  or A1 I:_d ���������  The TAILfcH  itm.-mtit-tMvin  ���������rutit v������>������ v**rf-'"'  CI.KANINO, I'KI'.HSINV,   |  axd Ml* PAIR INC.  ttxutfmTSjatVmm \n'titns-iitv\/,<..i'yt -iti-% if ut*;,*, :t;  i^^i:^ ^^���������'ol-^������������������:  k  I      a,...* j .. V_. ^,%,'tK ,U  .  y*   Q  (iy;  l������tl  1;.������  ,^ T.A F.I*:0.TV.N1)Kl.iS i-i.ldi-tuHOil to th  ������������������'    nud i-'ii-'..-ul, 'lid  .iidni'-od "T'liil'i  fiir    I'.ihlio  .Uni, iiipi,   , iv |.i,i,-, U CI.  will hi; wtvivi'd lint, -l.llii l'..v|��������� Mtiiitl;".  ,  July m-\, l'JII, I'.i.* tlvi li iiiiitritii.pi 1. of  t'  I'lliUic   lilllliln (*���������  II    UrVid  lll'lo,   Ud',  I'tiiii'ii,'hi.i'.oiiKialiiiii .mil   I' no of   oon*  tr.ol. oui bo Mnm nml toriiMni Umlor <i '  t<ill'<l  III*  tilt: I I'ill.'OOl   .V! I',   Will  lltsiuii'lllllll.  Il.-fidi'iit A'O i't-i-i, V'io oi'i't, I'.,!',, id, tin-  1'imv lMlb-.ii, K v.Li.fKo nod at. Ul.> I>*-  mitmoi'ir.  sii-.fii.fl mmmi,  umm.  V    ..;, ..-,.1!������������������(,;���������    I   Iff'fV,*.   ( 1 01   '������<J11111: i IO.'.     . I" U :. L  fiuildinj^  SAYWAIVj? LAND DKHUtT.  Dii'ttuit of Sny-.-.M*!1.  T\KK lioffi-* 'Ino 'l(*tir(,'ii Li joo.'i.t lli-  ''iin,'t 11, of v* .1 i'.hiv, r, |',i.\,  morili.'inld,  i ��������� 11.1,."';- I, Ulp   i    'n   |i I'h \'f'. "i to| Ili'ithlU.  Mit I'. Uo,* >n>; uivi.n'i.t.i hind,-:;   ���������  < ii   no-nol ;���������* <��������� 11 p,,M'  J1' <* l<*d   id   Iho  |m..ii) *.irt.|i<   L|..vori'ilmb.|-I.Hi.l, I   i-i- !,������������������,, llVi|���������. 0ll|Ho,���������rliif .r..V2; Ihiucutorll.  |lu.dt,oi1,;/|.'f,���������'lii',no...i.luj'  |.��������� v)hol.-|s()(,!M1Mi.|lh)h ,, w,w)  T;)   ,!,,.,������������������, .]wm  11 ulh H.) 1 bait i, I li"<v o.tui '/fi iiliH'ii t,  to  1  _.������  \ u;c')uvor,  B. C.  '���������Ut    II' loo   |,_v   ���������(,  . ... .    ..fi it     ,'iil    Oil., b  al i <��������� >t.i ���������! I nit. ud 10 iiH-ly I i ilnt 'I n  ; mi i'i. .f (l.'u.iiii-i.ioni"- 0'. Lliu I<��������� iiiol  "'ii '.���������' tor it tit'i-ii o '��������� 1 iir,.;,|)i'(>t i (,- 1 < nl  ��������� i , .'m'.'in.t .uiii'ir'.'.��������� .������'!I*.��������� wi11jlt tl n-iil)-  v-1 ltti L hi ii*t" iii Miivw,ii'.| Din'tiid,, \'.*\  ������������������-i.'!> iniiiiliu ly ut   H   |)u>.t   (l.uiltid  at.   tin  ilo I'ljuni li niiJii) hi'ld by   in ,   Hitu.i|,iM.I  no lot li!, Il Hl'k 7, l.hl,lll'.i|-l'lii.l   l'tl'.V"hit  i'hank si'AVAruo.  J|il'.*d ti m I .Mb duy id' Miv, UH I  n.1 i ,I���������..'!���������', in it -ii'.* ;>   tiit'ii   ih.ii,   i>'.  ti ti j  u'M ni'-vtiiiu <>f  'bi,'   I'ti.i"! ol'   Lii-i," .hi  l'..;u'i;',(,ii-|.i*iM  of tli" <, Ity   n'   <"u i bur.  IViHO-iHtniuli" im; ii't' Tl.olilli'd tlm*. toiuj  j t.l'������ wll no   hi' 1'ointid "i-it nil 0 H lllndo 1 I*.  ������.���������������������--������������.���������������.-..-....���������.������.������....���������������._-_.*������������������������_,, | v|lr, p.,, (0,(  tl, in., fuj^pli,,,',   ,_. tt   i'i'*i)-.ii  j w tli .liii.1 .* n-Miil  ij,i.< v 111*1 ������-* hint iitf tin 'i  (Lllilpllli'lltl ,,lill |, i (!(t| III    I', .i :l'|.l'l', III  tlm i:\-n id linn .-, th  no u.'il I'l^inUin-i, Ih*'  ll.tlll  0 of tin;   II.),., II I   II Mill |il|i('M)|' I't'ail.  iin cw . I _nuh i.u.hi) r ill llio ni'.ii n.11 I. In-  vv. Il,  I'l.o 1 t"iid. r n.ii t Im a c iiii.ti'iiotl hy in;  . I'l'i'pUHl ul i.'i|iin . 1. 11 oh .1 itiitil lii.i.k, \.ny  ai'l'i   10   Ih-11 i.Ur oi l/. 0 llui. uii'ii 11 ih-  .Mi U'it id' I'uli i 1 VY rli", i-'pi-.f .1- n n pi 1  o.'.t l HI |m\) . I' f 0 aiioiinl. i-i ilia U'liit.r,  poji't   of  't'lin.i.i I'Oitiili.'.i!;.   i'>) tililli 1;.; llf)0  III?I H.I, llio H 0    'i h1!,  (illdUlir. LKIt'lWI'KU   l-'lMlNli'l'IIM,  \\.l ,   ,1    II  .'������'('   ,.     il       ���������   ;   >.(  Unto I Ma .ib'J a   l'JII  land,   1 iitimd to K|)|ilt   I'uia nm wal of j        S\V'.VAII0 LANK   UKl'IIU''''  III ��������� wIh-'m-IiIi'   litllHH-   lii'i-llltit   In-Ill  Toy US',  ' ������������������  h liii.ii d 'ii  .ot Jl, bltiok 7, du i boil mi I Di.liioi. ol'Sayw r.l.  'I',,.,- .j,, ,., j; j    Ti\KE nOT'l'K un*. I'ldivlc Wil'iun  "VKU'Oll  UoN'OKa,    1 Lo-lii'l''iii'!i.   -f   VniiDiiiv-r,   BC,  \-.\v  liaf.'d thi*- ITilh dny ni' Mnv. IU11 | <:l'i'������. i to win h> npp'y fir |������'-rni ������������1 >n *o     ��������� 11 iiioh-iHn tlio f -'In* inff tio cii'oi   1 iitln:  ,,,.,,.,,.       , .    , ,      '('"io i")"-b'K "t  11 oi'-'l I'l.'i'di-d   ie    hn  ';!''! ^;i;N,(', '','*'', ������������������''/��������� ���������^'���������'"'".i.iniUi'.-.o t i-onn-r. I'lut .Vi-Jj Mn'ico .11M bl)  .r hwtiHt I'l'iin 1 t.f Tiinhiti !���������.||M. Nn. is.! ''A 1.1',, Cnh>i: tin:: "f  s"'iin,r ���������'���������������������������'.',���������   ,.hniii>,   iln-nci' i! M'b <H  rl'.iui.H, lb. i.fo  I -it; 1. 1) it'll' M' U'll   7f)   I'liliO'o,   tli   0������������������'���������    ililli  .' .���������! H'l n "Hi h ihniKt' i1m> nnrtli 7.-i t-h.'iii.H  .,... <t or \i,n i" 1 iii> n oIii h nn 'ni'y of mid  '1 ,., .1 . l.< r (. !-.' .|"������,, ih. ij .������ duo m: .1 HI)  _.- 1 ,1 , . jn Jili*--."   i!* 1   ri   ���������.ii-m.-.' .'' i.i.  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Sd (ilini:i>,   Ihiiiii'  ��������� i  .'IV  W'l ���������|..i(,i'ii( |l.,. ui, ii,i.| Mil olimn ..    I  ���������tliw . .!' o loniiMn'o. io nr.   '���������oiitiiitiiiit;   #V10  IH'I'l".),   lilt'VU   r |* *||:MV,  PlIiNl'.V II KA^M.'.M,  Itubi'i't Hoiiry (-iDtliiiit, iii." t.  !') t..ilMiiv,li!Uh, Kill  whijii wll i.i< I'oilid oil 11* i hit |.i).Ntii mo  tii'ini; di'il 1,0 iiiii. I in* iu o a i.oiili'.otwho.i  ..ill Ol l p   II to I.U    11,11.'   I'll    I'I    llt.'l u t. J fl.l  l.������U   (Mill.   0. h    l-IUl   0 I   Ull',        If   I: 111 I'!'  til'l' ' I.'  lint It tcpl.i'il   ho _M)i;l)..i Wld  On lld'illoll,  'I'm! i.ii-'jiiiMiKiiiii iiiiui nol tiin I  i noil io  iioiort tbo low-'M or iii.". toiidn'.  Jiy oiMoi',  \IA\ Dl'lvll-'CIIMILS,  S  ri'   I .','V.  l).|iiiriiii.i.l..tll,i.bb������W.-iliH, '      I        NAVWAKI) L.V.M) iilSllUUr.  !.!��������� io*)', Jiu.li <.;(), UIU. \ |li*-lrift of Snywii d.  Mi Wiij)i|.'(ii-n will uni, ho jHnl I'oi' thii in!-. ' 'V \!vKi nt.fici- thut Nnmdlo .loronh of  vial I tiiiili: if thoy iil.cif awitllinit ilt.tb- . Viiimni 1'iT, ll.C, .S|,iti*ti'l', illloiuii.1 Iii  (lilt)  I ft 111 tilt' I) |i.i|* IIHllt. ' I |"|'I,V I'i I'pi ���������IWiU'diill III I'lll'cllllSl)   tllll   fo!-  luwin.r (li!soi'i'ii'd'liiiid*i; -  I'i iiiin ticno. ul. :\ \,uM. jilitnlod , id |||(.  !-''.ii!!,i:a!,t. coiiior t f I "' M7; tlwiu-o nn-!|, j  K, l ci i * inn, tin) on CiiM   SO oliaiii,-, fhmint  IF V* >IT WANT COOl)  PRINTING CO TO TIIJC  K  -.otitli SO t'lv'ini,  llio i'i"  woic  H'l ohiil.I'  SAYWARD LAND PhS'l'l'Il/l*.  U f-tiiot of H .���������, wn nl.  TA.KI. Niyi'ICKlhi'' A'th i-   P.o*|. d  Hi'.'t, of Vnnoi'iiV'-r   lb''.. ii"o n| nr  im-- t,  i'.toiiiinto np.'iy I' * i')i*i'in;H'������ioii io p roil! o  tho f llowi'iu do.n-.-rib <l I u.'*i:: '".c nn*' >'���������  i-HS ii' n i'f-t plni'i'i'id tit tic -. ni.li' ot. it-r-  iinr of lir fi'II, o i h" ii "tIh Im. .idit.y of  1< fiJ.'A llioni'.-. no li'i 80 i.'li'iinn, ' tl'i'iii o  i-nit 7i*> cli.*i"H   thi'iiO'* Htntli f*'i.) oln.il ii,  thu. (I Jwi-l.. 7."* Ill'IHU* to |l"111 (if t'liiollil'l'l'l)  iiiiuli, I'oipiiini'.if ("DO woi'ti-., morn i r itw;  AUTIJUII IllWI.AMII ' 1'ST,  Itoh.ict ll'������ni'y Ulii'Htnoli ii.oii',  Pitted Muni. 7th, lllll.  SA YW A K n LA NI) I) I H'l* 1.1CT.  Iiiwlricf <.f .Siju.'i-ii  TAKK, N0IK.K lli'itSii)i't'i|h.in-,inmi,  of Vnncn .vol*. It.-'., in oh', io, iiiitiiii|n in  np|.'lv nn'pmv nin'i o ptiu'liiiH. ho ltd  lo.'i H'dt'i'ivibn l lai il ,'���������-(.iniiiiit nniru id a  p. Hi p li it' at tlm I'oiifli u l, (.onu'i'i f lot  ."."ai! I.hono t'li'ti IIKI rd inn. Hum on ki n h  ���������lOcliiiiim, llmni'i! wo I 7i")<dui' h (innrn of  im.".;)tn.noun fiifi i! ')nm, Ibooio wn.t  i-i.*) ohaiii", fi o o  .or h Iin chili' H <i i oi t  of '!''lll,li('l'fl"lll'*l't, cm lui'dlli* (!(!() IIOiOH,  IllOlt; Of hi H. h-AMiil'l,   l!l',,\H.M,\.-i,,  Holmit llonry I'Jiii'Hmil., njcnt  l)..t..'il MiO'iih Mb, Hill.  IS A YW Alt I) LAN'I) MSTIUUT.  District of Snywntil,  I Al, V, ui). m ��������� ib'il. l''|-"i i.-o- ir ' J-V ������ *"'������  .);.".' if '.'.', T, I'l'.-iiybai-., of y,,.,c���������. \, ,  i'i,('., liiL-ii.'-a tn ilii|ily for pi rill*���������*hii*hi ui  piirclniHO tbo followii (,'divcriiiii* I nd : ���������  (-Vjuimcti ���������injj nt. apt.hi. plnntiid -IOoIu'Imh  wind of lliii woii'Ih) hI. iitiriioi' if la fi.l7j  tbiU'Oii oii-it 1UI) (Nliiiim, I'M no. tunitli .0  eii'ilim, t.lu.|*OMVt������������! 11*0 (Iiiiui, tlioi'iin  iinifh 10 cliiiinvt.ii jidln*. i*f (.'on mui.o into ���������,  ooulni dun 480 noion, mo'o or 1 an,  KUAMtlW .lllllll'OJIAM,  Uiib.'i-t llciiiy Clii'iitinit, ii|,'i'iili  J.)||tnd MiiM.ni (ill), Mill.  WMw^Jj/frt  UWt  Kntiltxh   Jtctmilih  'jK'm _t-  'Ty ���������,),m ",1(l hivliMiuivnllHi wl;.);n  1., tlm |. >lni of  ooinni'v twtmt,  a nit nil-1 J,^ ������������������ ���������-     -1J:- ->,l-f������������ old Vol.iri..<..y,- n A   inu <)KI 'iet-"< moro or lo-'ii.  K.lM'.'ITI' .I<iM*rii,  .   ..   .,....,,.,...1 lii.h.trt. lli-iii v Chi tin ii    L-.oit    v.'lll < 'Tit*.  Hold liy nil (!nim;:.n o;-in.tl Id Ii  CI*.U'S . 1' I Ii ST-C J*A I->S WOK K 1*"''* "   " ut> Uh   '" ' '   h " "   I'luln nki*. on runolpt of inf.o.   Xrtt) jmm"kit.  formerly \vw,w, Toront'v 0������t  on1* ihhllUl/, illrntiil nml lli-itht, IVurrr ;>,,'.  poi'oi.iii-j/, hr.vitnl Wtnl'iitHs. KintiHloin, St <)���������.  intiiorrhn-n,iind Iffi-ft* o/d'oi^.tf/** /un". i**,  I'l-ltioHpurbnic, Ml:'.furf5. linoiMlliilorwi.,.-.,*:  ivlltt.'ui-c.   Hold 1)7 nit di-(i;K;!.li[ or lu.tll.'l lu  Onf.  ���������  II  1  9  till  A'  m  'Ml TIIE   NEWS,   GUMBEELA^D,   BRITJSII   COLUMBIA.  ii  If  tm   f*.***ITJ ���������_>*,  M&MV .M ^  WmWkm  mmuhm  ������al f|| Pill  -1.    ! !_ii   -1*1** u  ..;',p'-a!:os.Yo-ir.n::?_:::5.,:3 Lighn  flake. Yoar C1SCU1TS L*c!.i  ���������"���������/ Makes You:* CAKES Light '-  r.Iikoa Yonr CUK3 Light  ;    ^^SY=c,LA^OR'Licht   ^  :   -cssEa from your .SfplcS)  l!  : .--^r*^'';-'.'*-^'1^'' '  J  '.% ,K-v/-G-LETT.CO.,M������.  ^V        ���������.-"lo������"oati>.Ont..  ' 1 *   l-M-'n ."rtrrT"'.���������..'"-!-,!  aii������  *;V_5rv|, |.l'-.';  The Courtenay Hotel  ,**  Every convenience for guests.  ,..'..The'Coii't.at Hot-1 for Sportsmen  ���������'None* but the Host of Wines and Liquors  .at the liar.  RATES REASONABLE  ^0M^^A^%    The purest, hnd b'i-stllKER, and  ^���������^^ig#|^^   ., made in Cumberland.     ������     .  COAp'^C c~ Cj^^N^C'IpS'' ������ ...  'hellMli BiSfi������fc^jffiaimo,B,C, :.  ES Stunip Pullers  -    ���������;-���������     FOR   SALS  BY .  :-.   ��������� . ..  . Walworth=Rolston Co.   W-  10.20 Westminster* Ave.,      Vancouver, B. C.  ,���������;&���������������**������*_._��������� ���������X"-'-^**^!*^^^ ,  J  lie' faacoover Dally PrOTiiee  John J oh r ston.   Prep  I B*aijt*irMKi3a������4ttUi,V A_C**AMr,*J*Jl������"Jacmi',Udfc*W^ .  III  ���������JOHN McLEODS  '%Y.i KlIIST-'lJLA.t-is  CANDY, FRUITS,  CIGARS & TOBACCOS  t**MWa1l-'JM^V������-*������������*A,0^%:������*JqpW*aV*-r������nfcM l'l)IHlMa������WnllJiUM_-__U>MB9W-a<Miaw������  }\y YOU vXAKi:     :        ,.'":   .  GIVE .US A TRIAL  1- fo September. 23, #^|j  i*i9ii;^r:..v./:;:;:-./^'o������  ^1^%*  |?-^'i^4(^1 ������������������We'-,-wi]l-*rriail..'The* Daily Province;  ilpvlllcll '.til'! September 23 to aiiy.. address  wAWMr.tT..t.^;,,--r.- in Canada o.utside. the city of Van-  ���������ffc fl'C9 (-'nrvei- for 25-*1.  ""*���������  _1.*1^_.:__-   General Elections Septal  e<*u������*u*w.i**-iu������^  fcsniber 21  TaJ-e; "advantage ;of onr Splendid'..News Service"  and 'follow intelligently the. moves. of each party,    f  !KE!lffi__U___Afflo!_tt!_^^  PT"'**?T-':f*_ .  *a.V.-.**.*f_J_a  ., w ���������_v.������  W __'��������� si  ������*   <  'm  WATHR NOTICE.     ���������  NOTICE is    hereby given that   an.  .application will,', bo made under Part  V. of the "Water Act, 1309," to., ob-  ���������ft.  . ;i  iju an ui  .ii.-    IJ u.i.i).i*  t.|!   (.1 in...x  ^���������-      "  l.r,a ;-,. .  (r..) The*.. nnrrie of Company, in full:  AV.'/l n;'3 ii, 0 1 lo'i'y* (.1: up'- y,   J.uui etl  Tb,; lit nl .ill:.! VinUi-'ii. 1*0?  '. 'Ill     u iji.fid,'. li  w    i'i ;-'0 t, "hbaw-ini  ft ��������� o.-'iif. ��������� ill', ii fc 01 0 (it)llO (liYi'lod,,i.do.  'iD  !u ���������h'li.i. of ..IHO on '-ntliTuMy ii-'ti.i \>  (If for rni!iin,ir purposes) Free Miner's Oertiflcnte No   (b.) Tho nnn.c of l.'iko, stromn or  source (if unnnrnod,   tho   description  i ���������) Piflllilrt 'tT'i Kooi*  (c.) Tho point o[ (Hvevsion:    At a  jioi tdio-o thi. fn1.'. on   dio   ('������������������ n lo.li.'.-  l.ivnt-! <" "o.v 1 >i (��������� i'-,  ..(d.) Thn Ttmntity of water applied  for tin cr.hic fsnt por Rccond):  i)',"l\  (n,) Th. chnraflt.r of tho proposetl  wo. In : '!<iioi'nti "{ ni't D'twcr 't'O'ltH, **������������������>���������������  clfib'i'i'- wm-Ii'', nml ul'ui- a tl othor ua*'1-  i'ltiry nnd O'-nVfiiiutiowi nfdCBMiry for pp*-  dtio'n - i������>wii'.  (f.) Thn j-romlRon on which thn water la to hn used ((Icrw-Pio samo): On  or in (h<i vitiinil:.- nf tlio Wabiiitft.-n O.dli*  cry Co ni "in\' Ltd. |ir -\n-v-y nnd boll  j't������������ In (Vtn <v 1) I io*"  , i. V���������!-'������������������! il  W-lf^it]. 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Viiiid'i-ii),, tor 1,'ih r;.i> /-nl of ilv������ Im.  t,.j| ho'i'n.i io H"U I'li'-.ni'i'by M'ti'il i'i tlio  ho hi! lc ii'>'.-> n ������������ in- l'tnt A iijin.l.'. li l."i, -i  natal Kt'Cii'ii.'-x, It.I'. .), I! Iioi.mi's  Diiuiii'Oolio'ioi- 11. i<no,  NOT KM-: TO TI-IK PU1ILIC!,  II wim. bu I'i it larjio >\irr!)i>i"W) u:ul hi 11  iv. l.'onri.tiny, \ will ii fu urci liw������ tm  hiiid uni ool; of .'Il I i"i'lH of liny,  ("ir-iii.  ,s���������f "������3^r^v-v>������?v..ie"^rw������-.Tiia������_n������.,-������mj.ir-������_r_:������p_  ^"���������^ Kb* 1' E UT LAN D DI.STRlCT  l)is*iict of llujutrt.  TAKKuot'CH  I'Aitt  Kitdorn Mpo L������rf,on  of Vano-juv.r, Ii. 0.    .ceii| at'ou . \\ klow,  i tonti.. in np_ [y  for p. p. is-i-.n to jmr-  chiian thefollowi.'g d Mirilwi |._. d : (j m  nnik-h.j-nt c.t a p, ������t idiiiitod . siion't   tM-.-.  milu iioi-tli'������ and 40 o'-iu* h ������������������������*-1 of ;bi' S. K,  corner of 8oo.inn t.,.T wmbip  *.,   th-r.c-  mrili 80 ctihiiv*,' tlient-e <������si SO oli-dt e,  thoiico uoutii 80 onniiiM,   thenee' west SO  [\   clmiiW io plat-.t. o' con.moncemunt, oontnii  td You*- .-������������������"m������r] r������*<������*������*-*.        "!   'ii(r(JJ0acr..-i, m r������ ��������� r Ivhs. ,  . Ju. ������....)a.U n,e^i5 j       ������cnbeU ,-,��������� ,,y , .Jj-\,./, s.W. corner..  I ,, Knuura JIak I.iyaos-,  ��������� JJ-'ii OI-.il*. Agent,  j   DiiUd Deoom'ior 11th, I'JiO.  J . - '     *  is indispensable in ihe  camp, i:c,d for all  i: n p V c m p I u in e a I s.  Aadall.il.BOVRlL  ;,.       nnd coiips and note  n'    *     ',       -.,c   *���������  '   trie eul-erence.  BOVRIL  sandwiches, arc  If-.''-*. , sandwiches arc  ^'V'.Vi'jL ,*.*"* 1  /^**;;5.:_^J\ r.'Jtntious and  ((ite*t|j toothsome.  J  .,   '    ,  'NOTICE .,.  Any person or peM'.oos, cuttiiiw.  I'etnit.viiio or ink in-.*"..  -iisv ' i..l.ick.������...  timber <>r wood, ot'ir.v cU'SW'iptiodii ���������  '���������.'.loiigi'iio, .o lIih AVelliiio'toii.Xoi-  n'f.ry .('(..'''y.,. or from.or <������i'i" tiie' l;iin'  of.'.tiio "���������"(uu'-('oiii_'>i-iny... or "ain'ohf  tipfiinp; riihbisli of aiiy.'ic.scripti.oii*"  anywliero   ujion    tlie  coinptuiv*^'  latu'i will In- pro^ecutut.l to tlie lull  eN-tt'-irira'i^tiTG~i;T7rT  AV:. L. COIFLSOX, ���������'.'; 'ir:  .Gi.Ut'ral nlanoger,  AVuUiiiQ-toii Colliery" Co,y.  *  . *    KOIU.'E..*  ���������������������������:,.-  ������*Jicling on biooiiinnv'js anO nui  .vav c.'-ir. of tbo Unv������n' '"loilu-ry  Gompsuiy by any ��������� person .ir per-  so:it'���������3.\'(.'.('-.pt lain crow���������i. -stricciy  iiroii'V'ik"-!. 'Kinjiioyvi-s. "H* ?ub-  'Of; t,; :.i.-tiii.*-|-;,ii! for niiowiu*.; nnlull y ttnlor  W.  L.   COULSON,  General Manager.  . v������i*'*iir,ioiMft*:jtij(T_-w--wi-jktivjiir.tt.n.'iu-v  RUPKRT LAND [MSI'UJCT  Dii-triel oi Uiijion.  ���������  TAKI;i"i*io!!e" tlint tinrdincr Al*  t->::tii(icr Hni.d.v S|i������mic������i* nf Alitinedc  (';���������.!., oeetipoi ion I'lumboi*, ioi'-'iid.  lo n*|i!'ly for i ornii*- ion to ptiroiuiH-'  Uuj fo'io'.vinu dn.-eiibed land-:���������  (Jiunii"i'nr-H'������ at a p<;si pj..u'eel  a Unlit ;5l> ohnins \ve,*l of ihe '-oil b  _-\i*t corner of See.'.ion 24, Township.  21, thc-nct-wesl 80 olioii;p. ihence,  smith <*80 eb.liinr-, i h.me ."east 80  cbnint",'' In*i. oo'iio!1 h lo i-ouib 'oo.'e  ���������of. Wolf L'>l;ei ilifiico \vt:K'eriy nlon.  Bonth pliore 'o \v*o:-.i* fn,I ed'.liiKOi  tlieni-0 oai*"*. nk'tin'. .hot' h *-'.bo/,o ;i belli';.-  40 fliniu,--, UietiC:', noriti.to place, ot  comii.er.ce'tir.iit, oonUiiniog _0(.)  aci'f-f*. nto-eor )h;s , '���������������������������  :,; .Sctibe'-.i on \ os , G A.B.S.'. N,K.  come*:-.  Gari>a1.ij Au;\akde������ TkAdy  8?K\ei-:a;  Dun Clark., Ayi.nl  Dated De (jn-licr'i.|ih. 11)10.  .tf_m_R_aKU^..'.-*:K~������i^>-iJ'.].*������*__.i.T.V2tW  X i.u,ifhi.T l-mj msn'ioT  ** ���������_ D'i.?:.rie:*i."td'. Udpt*. i  j, TAICJC nn'i-f "jiiMt". joiiii lion'iy  Ken j ni- it Ivieli-ti'dcnn.,, e,f V.tiicou ���������  ver.']-/., C, I i-;:it;iin!on S oauib,n-  "3tevr.ir;'l, in eo.-it yi n.ip'ly for piT,-.  mi8"-i"iv0' 't'tii-e-.liiii-t* tlie fdllowiiifi  desciii e i Jiirdi-:���������(Jniunje.-.e^ al-  ti post pbinte-l .'.abonl, .0 olniins  norlh of t lie. -*'ii.nb,v.*e-.t corr;"������*r' -of  Stction 3, Town.-*hip 21, iliei'iet. wesl  80.chains, thcoce..oi'i'th 80 chain-?,  iJjei__CjiL_da^u������l^ en (���������_���������-.. o^-f ���������! i-i  SO chain,  to" i>l:-t*e ot eonnninco  un tit ('oijtij'iiiiiig'G'lO "acres more o*  i-rr.V.-..       '...���������*''������������������  J. H K   o's M IC'cornor.  John HjuNky "Ki'.uitix'ii Uicii.vun-  irOX. :.'*' ������������������*���������*.,������������������  Dun Cl.rk, Au(!iU.'  Dwled Docembt-r I 0;h, li.H0.  KUt'HUT LAND ,1,1'TUICTv  Disti'Gt o' ill lior',  TAKK  '.' CHICK    t^t" Atlo'aitlt! "Estor  Oark.   ll-.jvn,   of    IJroohtic.il    N.   Y.,  married -..i.niau' iuteuds to npiily f. r por-  mission to purch.iHo tlio iVilov.sii.*; (bwit'ih-  titl lantii-: ���������C miinviio nj* itt a  piist ii!.-.ri',< il  it ���������i(������tit'n*.(:<it con cr of 8 o'iou   I'.', Tuv.n-  shp <.l, tluitii'ti  north   SO  nliniiin,,   thotici>  ivist SO cliuiuv thenco    houIIi'-" SO   cluun-,  ttur.ee wi'al. tio c!i������iiut u [jl-.oo t.>f comir.oiv-  incnt, cMihitii**is Oil) ut-r������. my������ or U>*>>.  .Sciilit'ii mi jiost A,H.(.'. ]}'������ SW . onr  AllKl.AlUK JfiSTKK (.'l-Ali'lK I'ltdWN*.  pf.n Uisii'k,'!!-;'')"',  D.-dod I.).(.'O'liber 19th, Hill).  tJBMratuarii mX^tSmrati^aJua-Wtatmiia-Vm^  RUPE11T LAND  IUSTHIGT  District of I'npeti.  TAKE notice ibut RicIhiioik!  Ciiurles iii-** of Vancouver, j>. C..  llr.'iktr intend.-* to itpply fur pcro  mission jo ptirch.aMv the folitnvii\_  (lo.cr t bet. la nd.: - C.<io.. nienci njj; n t  a poat planted at _J.-. pi;i,_t bulwenn  SO ti ii, l'Sk,, Town-ihip 9, and Sect  ion ]3, Township 20, thvnee- west -10  cliuin*'. thence south 40 ciiii'inp,  thi-ticb vve-Mi, 40 clit������iti>, thence south  SO chains; ti eiv.r vtist;, 40 ������������������.cbiiiii..  'iheneo north 40,chnioH. tht'iif e ea.-t  40 chi'.i'.i*., tin ncei-ortb I.0chains tb  ncieeof (���������oninioiKC-i.cot. conlaiuinj;  6*10 .teres mure or less:  ������������������hfcrib������''d"<in post RUB'.- NT E cor.  RiciijioM) C-haui.i:."} Hiss,  Dun (.lark. ii������ent. ,  D.ned ]>cenib.riy.h,.1010, V  RUPlvRT, LAND /DISTRICT ���������  District of   l!iH|('rt,  ' TAKE, notice that D.ll-< Brooks,  of ������������������ *��������� Viincoyivet-.    li.   C.    ^.i vrioci  "woman, intends'to  npi./v   fm- per-!  nii.Ki'in to piirchp-e   id ev fullowir.j/  tk'.scriiieti  Li'tiJs:��������� Comnienoin!*  ������t  post, planted aMli-i   i ort.jiwc'.t yor  -hr-r*(-'i-^-B-rcH--.il���������^ivj-^-mrnsl-r'p"-j)~  thence cn.-i SO ohnins, ihence sontb  SO.chain-j, 11 e-.'.ce   weft  H) cimins,  i.hencn nofih 8'J chains to |:lu'ce ��������� of  e'onro.encemt-iit*     contni. ing     040  aeri'P, iridic or k������S8.  Scribed 6ti Ro.i'D. Ii\ N.'"\V  cor.  Dv.u.x Buot ics,  Dan Clark, Aj.cnI.  1)tied Doivniber 17th,  11)  U I'VA'T   l..'w\J*   !/.':='i}.-". -  Distric! *���������' beii.it  TAKiC no> ie e that 1m������i Irani J:-*trie.  Tusker of Vanc'tuver, B. C. -x\\-  pal inn Express Slajpigor in'ends lo  to npply for perni'Si-ion to putc:ii������f*ft  ihe foil t'ii-.g t!a-"C?ibed J;*.nd.:���������'���������  Coiiin1 cing at. a pest, planted  abo-" 1.10 chains wes; (if the suth  ea cortier of So.lioii 24, Town-  fiup 21,". tho, ce uv4 SO chidnf,  the.H?e routh'fcO ch!iin:-f)t!>ti?ce cast*  80 ciinins, tlioiict' noit.i 80 chaii���������������  to placo* '*( 1" C'liiiiicnceinent. e������t)ii*  uiining��������� (*!40 MCic^iiitue (<i ]������>.���������*.  .Scribed'mi ,.o������iN*Jl. J T'. N.I..  RKTItTHAM'.IaMKB  Ta'K'KR,  Dijn Claik, a^ent  Dated D.'ceniber PMi. WilO.  RUPKRT LANDi D.fTl.i'CT-  Dio! net oi iin pert  TAKK noiice tiiti' Marinieriio  Lfitch of Vancouvci, B .().,��������� oceu*  pution Saleslady, inU'in-l's *.to ���������*".,'p;V  for. peimiesion i*y nurcliare tl e'.fbl-  lowing de.erihed 1'viid'i.*,':-.",  C'linnHV.'cidjJ. n' a po:tt iil������niled  nl lho n<������r.i!*i ������������������.������������������'coi'iit-r t-f. Be.*'ior,  f'4, T'owiisni|) 'JO. ilwV.oe \\a<\ 80  chain*, .'������������������*licnco so<nh 8ti th.ini--  lhence ea*"t .SO chniii-*-, liicote itoi-'l..;-'  80��������� chu'iis' to p!;u<4 of coniUitiiee- .  iiienl,'containing" 610 acres, mote  or less. ���������  "Scri'tied J". por'f.M.L.'s N. E. cor.  ���������WaRGUKJIITE l.KITCJT;  Dan . (jioi k, Agent.  Dated December 1'Ofli, 1910.  . /.''*'���������".  ���������I-  (K.) Tbo pni'iioaes on which tbo v/.v |''li--������* 'I,,'*,,,l M, Invent  niinlu-s  iioch,     A  r iv, In'n u oil:  Ct'n.'niii'iM elix-lfipi'*, [Bin'oiulty will In- innlo nf ro lur enisbeil  |.l nnil 'or lif,dr, IkviI, I'OWi-)', O|.u*i'iitio.'i * nl'  in .'"i", i'in,'i. ai, mul nro'i'iit'l'y cf iJ Icinlu  nnd -.{ -m i ��������� nllv I'i'i' Oi evcroiiiio cf nil power'  [/ dii'l priyilogo-i nf a i-o-or (i(iiii|.iiviiy under  J nit IX. of itbnvn Act,  e\^'^r^^w'';tM"'v*^^  'I'   O. H TARESELL     |  ;*]   ���������������-        t-������ i**-t**r*iv c'l'i ���������������^'\������*t:**i������*���������������������������-������������������>*i*., ���������iutt.'t\%Mt'\njt\     n  */       nv*f-. -.,/jitu:i������v,-*������w������%4'iJ!i-(.i ���������;.!*r-i*n."r"*i<i.r./iHw,/_"...v.,   y  iiii6H(i8Ai)EST0V������S|  *, v.-  I fVii'i no .mu-iaN   UTr.Nwn.s.:*''  .    KUI'-EUT L,v.VDUii.riUiT  Uii'tiiot i-i' Hupo't  TAK3 rd i !i'.l''. th t J MiK.u ll'iid lin-.v,  uf Emioriu, 1'ioii i't, ������'ii ))-nifi-, i;,i.-t|...  t.i npply for p ���������nu's.-n.t" ������������������!:���������" i/iiroi.ii. i-tii-  I'nllowiiif." deKM-ila'.: i.na'i-": ���������C'oniui :-'0 nv  -t a jHi,.t I'liin '-d '2 nn'ti-' \v--t oi' y e .-,J'*,  ii '1'iiiT in .See i 'ii 'i-i, ituvn.i-ip 2���������>, t. niui-  in.rth 40 ubd ��������� h, IniiC'i \tcBt tiJ (iiini ������������������*!..  t.m-nci-. 1'iO'idi  ���������!'��������� c*li."i:-*������.   ibeimo e*������ I. tin  cIlftillH   In   pl������C(>    td'.l'. ii-t 1*11- lUWIlH-'Ilt,   cull-  utini j; u'."u  norec mure "f I*>k������,!  Scnbtin on [)(.'������.!. .1 ll'it ���������-,]���������), cofi.r,  ilAMiW Ini.ilJHIlAW,  Im,-. t.'i-iie, Il.'Cll.'.  Dated I), ce-mbi'i" l'.)lb, luid.  RUrRRT LAND  DISTRICT  "-"-.'  District of Tin port    ���������    ���������  TAKE notice thai Edfo   Fit-her..':.  Siicnccr of Al-irricilri, G.'iJ., niairicel  wirnan, i.������*i;e>irl*-i  to a.| }'Ay  for  per-  mi-.-ion io pun liHce  tbo followin*".  described bnid?:---  '    :  Couurip.-ii-iiig a!   a   post   plan's.]  at il.e .ooi.h ���������itf'M 'cort.i.er of  Scc'ion  2   Town-h'p   21,, ;lfi!Ci-> ,e:-',-.-'.   'SO...  chf-int*, -��������� i|icnco   north   SO  cli-'iin*-*,  t.l'.enoe \yp?\ SO chf-in;', thonco sou; h *,  SO clniins m  pi.-no   i'f  'coinmonct-   ���������  irient)'t.oi,tai;iin^ O'O ncre'*v ni'o'to or  le**p. ;]'���������.-*,"���������'    .''.'.**  Bcr-'^'d on ;-..���������.������*,- E P.F.V SAV.e.-r. ;;  ;;.. "..,.     EijjfA' Fi**hkh ^p'^kces .: '������������������  ;    " - '"'Dari C'h'. rk.'1 Agent ..."  D.tited ���������pM-mlier .1.6th, 1030. ... "': .;"'.'  >*i mi****.* *������ *���������--������������������������ _������������������ w  RUiMiJUT JiAXO DISI'IUCT  .District .-f itupor;.  TAKH NOTit M t!i-f,  Cuilos  Jivlw.ni  <    feOSi;  r    i ...       '"/.*""," ..-."""     I fill kit,    ot    v nnui-in"',   i'.w.,   iuiuk'hin  ji   .Minor, .(  I, ���������!..';,..���������.   f.A���������   ml if.l  u in- ���������,,,,,.t��������� i���������t,.,���������jH  vo  ������p,.ly   for  pe.-mi-  it l?!!:J,t1l,K!,V-!i!!!,'*V!,,^..,,!!iK..,,!BI,,.!i. -1': H'"' u> ������'n>vii'ho iin������i-i.������w-iuie iu������urihfi  a.*.^"  I General Hardware I  i #  '."S   .   .,        ....������-i .rt>      ...      .-        .       '.',.  ��������� UUIM-IUT LAND DISrUlCT  Didtricfc o* ,Kup*.r<,.  T-\KK KoriCK  tbnt.   Eiwti-.l   D-ltp,  cf llini'hiinitoii. KY, ���������;������<������������.;).it..u.,iti'������ do to  apply Inr peraiiPiiion to puro-.������nu tlm fol-  itAviiii, dii.iiri' ol land*;- G iii'iniciiiei,' i"1  ��������� p fit I'l-iiu-d 2 luiio--. Wit.t nl Him  Honta t'lmt o'liici* of S od-'ii 2-1, L'dwp.hip  M, InuiO'iw-t 60 chin"*-, di'iicu nouth  iv) cl'iiiiit,������������������ tlitfii'.'U mm 8l) iitonn", tliciu'e  lnrlh Ijo (.hiji-tt l-i pl.vo������ cfoftiiimonauinoni,  u.;iiint ilu tbll .n-riM, inttr-i or bH������.  tS.rihfd on p ni ED'* N.lv, ccrum*  IvilWAltD \>\KX.  Dun Olinlt, Ayottt.  Diet* d ,')���������. onbi-r tOdi, 11)10.  I;UI������������������J.Rl' b.\KI) bi.'.i ItiCl  Di-tictof l.np'drt.  TAKKNOn.CHtli������i riiiinuii B'-scNrioh  TfiiilOM-,   of  Viincmi���������*���������"!,  P.O.,  tclo^nph  aire ,*. (i iti'i foU'i)"..u d-i'i'dliei i.ih).;  Ojih o el jrnl ,i post il.ml_d*> mi en  ������est o tin- SK . oi-.,���������. (.f Scctior. '.'.I, 'f.i\vi,  ��������� liip-i*. tl)iiit*!J i. rl, fi i clni -h, i in ie  ������������������ast ������o rilii.in . beiii-!' rvirh l*i() e.|i!ii,|.,  illOnee wit.t ,S',l ji MJn.-i. i , ..|,u.ti of u .inm-  << ..  . tioonunt   e t.iui in.; 1110 'nro.,  ��������� ������m nr  &,,,. *^W^^ 11^*1, lMi,, n, ,:l!r^:!i;:\/Lu:,:,;!,?,:;v,;,!  Dm (.'I tr.., Ajionf, |  libtlllivilri"ii .--Hi\wvw,tf.i.,jn:jnVIiiHirffirmmii_Am������UM.Mvn  ((It'll I'"I' linl'H h whiivi v iil  mil   ('��������� II   H'vil!;,'  Of MIO til in   ila tlf (,0-t  of   f'(>l,       <"')��������� !;���������������' m  ���������;iv..������l.be'oimiKt'i' i rly plnnm vi I b.. j jf.^^^i^^.^^A^,"^,^^^,-.^.,^,  prn"m,|-ij-|i|!,:,l. 'J'nif kbmynil I'di' yni'i- <? 'v,..^ ,, ' ...^ ,. ' \' ' "' f;>  pit,r inii-t' ni'die iif;<i nml m. ini in,.,. .. (.,,n    '���������'>       fe" A li [\ 'iT t tl K.,0      '''"'  (I.) If thn wntor Ib to bo i.bo.1 for | ^^f l]w Wl'11" 0''   ,,m"'"r ' ",!"' ' | ������ ���������     "rTV\ ^1    ��������� 5 I   TAXR K..T1- V. I ,r. *i ,,Ve vw.m bv  '*' '   ' ' ' & -������������������-*.-     *:> li '<> Ji'vli.'^     ������..���������������.,. /.' I i'(i(iMi,o Al'd r. ol \ in e ic -j-  l',.r,  n,., |,-  *-���������' l ..'.'.I    ..,..,,.,, I., i I., r ........ .  powor or mini nir piirponeB doncrllio j ,"''t'  thn plnco whero tho water In to bo  returned to i?on\o natural chnnnol,  find tbo (llffprrnco in rillitudo botweon  point of dlvcrKlon and point of ro-  I.ir i At it cnnvoiiloili plu.in Ix.lew txt  Stini^litoii F.illii in Iho vloinlfy mitl.t.  Priiwil Rivtr, Scotimiii 10 ii'iil 11 Tu., !),  <!t)imix Dlhtrlo*. Tun pont nfxlinini  nliiiin 'Jill) fmr, ln.w nllitiulo dnin tlie point  (if di o-vi'ii,  (j.) Aron of Gi'own land Intended to  bn ocoupiod by tbo ]iropoi*od worlui:  "N mc  Vmir-i iiii'diuniiiinl,  liYROX CRAWP'O!!!).  r*u*wM*UMrA.iT_L'^titJ\*a*ui*"ai..\v*.*.hj-Mmi<Lw*Hfcw.  UNION'S. S. CO., of ll.C. I.id  ih.) ThU; i.olUc witti j,u;.U(l ou   l),u  ub* (..'dli d'.y of tin iimiyi lib I. in������d * t ��������� (��������� 1 * -  CM I'm "till 'u ill-Mil* <"i    'II.'   e'.-0������.������ nillio  IT  (ill tin 'J.'lrl day nf l'Vniiiiry, IIM1  (I.) (!lvo tltn nnmofl nvd nddroHnon  of nny rip������rlnii proprietor, or lle-  otmen vho or wbonc Iambi aro llktily  to bo ii."octo(l by tlio proposod works,  cither abo'.-o nr below tlio outlet!  VY I in.,t,tii i. nlliiiiy <'i.iii|mi y I.i I,  Attncb     copy nf miic'i pnrtq of the  Oompany'n memorandum nf nH.ocla-  tlnn nt ai:t!it)."|.c ''ji; propouud uppll-  catlon and work.  (Hbjnil lie)  \Vi*i.i,r.vin'i,N<"oi,*,ii- iiv  W, h, Cort.miN, (h'tioiil *tlmi;i';ci'  (P.C������. ii'iiin.'HH) VJit'.ri-i, IM',  K/>.'.ii.mi> Union'  I'.w- Ocmox - t'.'.-ifin'i.t.  KlVHIl ibil'TM.  Snllb j.' an mill'".-  Tiviii.iHiriu'H eitimr ' 0"WI<MIAN"  Lmivih YiiiiKnuer Tloi mIhj" I! n.ni,  Arilvii Uij n  (������������������>!��������� I'ljliiln il|*ii'lj  I't;i1;i,v  ni'iumn;  .'. r  11. 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IHIL ?  ���������yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaao  I was loun. tng one afternoou lu lhe  oastem part ot Tripoli, a city lu uoriu-  era Africa nud on tho Mediterranean,  looking ut (tie ancient citsil. of the  Bashaws, when I wns startled to -sou  the wall of a corner bastion of tbe  fortress open where It Joluod tbe  ground and a flj-jure emerge aud come  runnliiK toward uie. Ou be c-aniu. staji-  gerlnK under tbe weight of heavy trou  BbaeUles, till be reached u polut witlnu  a few yards of tue. wheu be sunk  down, evidently uot kuowlug which  way to turn. lie was blinking his  eyes as If blinded by the light of the  _uu.  Then 1 saw a puff of smoke on the  ramparts of the castle, beard a report  nud saw evidences of a stlrrtu*. lu und  about the stronghold. It was evldeut  that n prisoner bad escaped. Tbe uian  was a skeleton, and lhe agony dn bis  face nt knowing ihat be must be tal������_u  ���������was distressing. Liarting toward hlrn.  1 began to heap sand over him aud,  baving some knowledge of bis Ian  g'/age, told bliu tbat I was trying to  conceal him. tie suffered me to do  so, aud I partly covered blni with sand,  pertly with an overcoat 1 wore, for a  cdlly sea wind wns blowing. Then 1  nut dowu on him, lighted a pipe aud  began to puff, looking out with feigned  interest on tlie Mediterranean.  I never knew who gave the alarm,  but it must either have been the fugitive's Jailer who hnd noticed bis dungeon vacant or some one ou tbe outside who ran in to communicate what  lie hnd seen. At auy rate, whoever  told of the escape must have lost sight  ot the fleeing man. for tvhen a party  ran out from the fortress to follow  bim they scattered in all dlrectious.  evidently none of tbem knowing which  direction to take. Mint of them ran  toward the shore, doubtless thluklng  ho would naturally go there lu hope of  escaping by boat,   tie certainly couldn't  swim ouFto any~ot~The ships, lbttded"as  he wns with Irons.  Several persous came near where 1  ���������was, but tbey were luo excited by the  -chase to pay much attention to me,  for I was lu l_uropeau dress and evidently not the man I bey sought. One  fellow was bead ing lor me when I  pointed, vociferating wildly at tho  same time, to a pearl diver's boat  lying near the shore. Tbls probably  saved the man I was hiding, for It wi*.a  likely that bail I permitted thet.ea.cl.-  er to come nearer bo would have noticed that tbo sand bad been disturbed.  For half an hour 1 snt on my man,  and while I sat 1 thought My act bad  been tbo result of au Impulse. 1 bad  interfered with the law and if detected would probably occupy u dungeon such ns the ftigittvo had left  From the. moment I realized my post*  tion I ftlilv.it'd whenever 1 saw any  ono coming In my direction. The sun  was sinking In ilie west, and I prayed  earnestly Unit li might set nnd lenvo  darluinss behind It. Gradually tho  uoarcbers thinned out. not supposing  thnt the fugitive could bo near at  hand, and finally the search was given  up In my immediate vicinity,  When It grew dark unough fo warrant my uncovering the man I did so.  Hia eyesight was now far better than  mine, for, ns I had supposed, he hnd  becomo used to what tlltlo light might  mnko Its wny Into a dungeon. 1 told  him to go where he liked, but ho  pleaded with me so eagerly to help  him get rid of his clininu tlmt ( could  not rofiiso him. nos-ldo., I considered  him in a sense as Uutiltiso-i Crusoo  looked upon tho man he had wived  from the eannlluils, hln own mnn ITI-  dny. Ho. I covered him again, went up  into the town, bought n conn*, tile and,  renirnlntr, nil nlY bis nhncklpH. which I  burlod In tho mind Then, giving him  what money I had In my pockets, 1  told him io go his,wny.  _ could not ki'(������ his features, hut t  could feel his gratitude In the pri'Hmira  of hli blind und henr whnt hn mid.  Trnnnlnn-d Into Hrigllsh, It In this:  -"AJliili \h great. When yon urn In  troubio bo will Hend mo to help you,"  With that ne disappeared ln tho  dnrknetiBi,  Tho next day I walked pn������t the  point In iho wall from which ho had  made bis escape, i saw u hole Just  Inrgo enough for n lean body such uh  bin to push through. Uo hnd doubile.s  rtmnnfnd fo Hocuro nnmn nhnro Impliv  ment, with which ho hnd dug his wny  out through crumbling plium indeed, I visited his prison nnd wim  shown tho cell In which he had tired  for twenty years and tliu pimwige ho  bad dug. Hut, coiihcIouh of the part I  tuid tiiKeri iii ui*i t'ltcniin, i Ciiti nm mv  gor longer than to mitlHfy my curiosity, Indeed, whenever ��������� Turkish offl-  clnl looked at mo 1 felt Hint I wn*  auspected.  Kot feeling sure that I might net  lifter all, i-nnui to do known nn having  hidden Hn- prisoner, I went to ino  United Stnie<i ennui nnd told htm thnt  1 feared nrrem fur nn infringement ot  Turkish Intv nnd asked tilm io H.-ml  nvery <!ny to my lodglngi to mo- if |  were prill there. What I fen red wn*  fudng iiplrlinii nvvny nnd put In n dun-  Ui-on without ttuy of my countrj men  ������*_tui'.">,-1 n,c whnt fni'! happend. t tr..  Venning for n trip down Into th* dM*  ������rt. but I bad toy outfit to purcbUM  end my attendants to hire. So tt waa  impossible for me to get away for  soui. time.  1 conless I felt relief when one  morning with three camels aud half a  dozen mnu, lucludiug my servant,  Hadji, who had attended me while In  Tripoli, 1 stimed ou my journey. I  bud tried tu vain to secure the services of some trustworthy bedouin who  knew ihe desert uud would make a  safe guide, but whenever I found a  mau who knew the country I was  warned thai m. would probably murder me aud possess himself ol my ef-  leeui, and when 1 found a man with a  reptitatiou tor morality be knew uotb-  ing'about the desert. 1 tinaliy started  with no one but myself to rely ou, aud  I had occasion to tnllerly rue my te-  meriiy.  My journey was one continued effort  to protect myself against thieves aud  robbers, it was useless to put my  men ou guard ut ulght. for they did  uot seem io cure whether what I bad  was stolen or not One night while 1  myself was watching 1 noticed a large  dog prowling near my cum p. Presently I discerned a desert thief directing the uulmui. who had been taught  to steal.  But this was a mere bagatelle compared with a sandstorm Unit overtook  us, and the sandstorm was not so dangerous as a man I hired for n guide  from one oasis to another, who tried'  to pilot'me Into an ntnluish where a  hand of robbers were walling to kill  me.  Not being satisfied with hiring  guides, I determined to go through to  the next oasis without one. Tbe dis  tance was three days' travel, but at  the end of the third day 1 looked In  vain on tbe horizon for that bunch of  fauna which indicates an oasis. I  camped, and the next day we traveled  In the burning sun without seeing any  sign of a point for refreshment, nor  did we meet n caravnn. The sandstorm had obliterated n'ay rracks of  the great route between Tripoli and  the Sudan on which we hud started.  All about us was an unmarked wilderness of sand. The desert Is so immense that when one loses his position,  there is no hope of finding it again.  One on thnt boundless sea without  knowing whnt direction to take can  only go on day after day, hoping to  strike an oasis.  Thut Is what we were compelled to  do.  The sensation^ of being lost In a  wilderness of sand was frightful  enough in itself, but to see the stock "of  provisions day by day growing smaller,  -the-skln-iiotiches-nnlding���������the���������water-  growlng thinner, with the hot sun pour  ing down on one's brain. Is maddeulng.  So we tolled on. hoping each day' for  some end to ibis frightful journey  Kither a distant caravan, an oasis or  even n band of robbers would have  been welcome, And uow the'humps  on the camels' hacks hecame shrunken  We had no win or to give them, for we  were using ourselves whnt remained  in one of (he pouches. We killed one  of the camels for the water in its  hump. Then we killed another. One  of my men died, then another and another, most of ihem mad. till about all  were dead and I was left alone, a human being wltb a camel. Alas, I must  sacrifice my only companion for what  water was left In him. 1 killed him  and was alone on the great desert of  Sahara.  I fell asleep that evening praying  that I might never nwnken. But I  was nwnkened by a touch. There, by  tho light of a full moon that hud  arisen perhaps nn hour before, I saw  fi skeleton of n man ln Bedouin cos-  time bending over me.  "Allnh hns sent me," bo snld.  Flo took me up In bis arum nnd carried me awny, I knew not where, for  to me there was no norlh, south, east  or west Most of the time I was unconscious, When 1 wns not I wns  looking up Into the dome of the heavens, whose stars seemed to be glaring  nt mu. Then suddenly I thought I  was In u boat In a choppy sea, but  loon recognised the motion of n cnmel.  I put out my baud and felt hnlr, "Straps  were nbout me so that I could nnt fall  I felt n cup of water placed to my lips  nud saw the face of the man I had  saved nt Tripoli holding ll whllo I  drank.   Then I slept  In the morning I found myself lying  on green grass In an on.la.  *        ���������        ���������        ���������        *        a       a  I hnvo fold my ntory. I shall not nt*  tempt to explain It. Nor nm 1 going to  nsk nny ono to believe It. I certainly do  not expect persons to nelleve whnt 1  would not bellim* myself tuid It been  told me Instead of having happened to  mo. One thing occurred to mo the moment 1 win conscious of having been  wived. I wim seized with n desire to  know whether I hnd been saved by tho  quick or tho dead.  I Joined n curuvnn passing through  tho oasis northward of Tripoli. On  reaching there, after rest and having  satisfied myself thnt (hn escaped prisoner i tind hidden no longer occupied  -iiiV'f Uie i.tj,/.ii.ii- _; iillUlul ..,','._, J  went to the imtlo for nny Information  I might (tick uji I Interviewed those  hi chnrge n*t to whnt had becomo of  tbe man who hnd esenped nnd found  'i. ..'  ' '<  '.'' v; .'.'" .'������������������''.'"."'!'���������'.-" "���������".'���������������  .titlon ns to his disappearance, claiming Unit tn bis chains nnd bunted by  no many person** he could not have  ���������Ni-npcd without tho Interposition of  Allah  I aikcd them who he wns, but wns  told tin.i in. limi tifi'ii in prison so 'mug  ihat hi* Identify tlnd been forgotten,  I wim gr������*iiily dt*iH'-|>nliiied hi thi**, for  It precluded I lie poR.lMlity of m.v ever  hunting up tho tn.in through hi." rH.v  riven and discovering whether he wn*  ltT-4ng or hnd died, ho I rehicinntly  salM sway from Tripoli, feeing that  r mtTtt -r.tfe for nn ^rplnnnflun unrll  I bnd entered thnt *>������Ut*������ne'** whero til  thlogs will b������ tuadt plain.  fo> BINDERS  See the Nearest Gockshutt Healer about a FROST & WOOD-  Best Machine Made.  No Rules Required  If you are,looking for a fixed set of  rules for making a home happy and  attractive, you are looking in vain.���������  Medicine Hat News.  DEADLY  ANAEMIA  Casts a Shadow   Ovor   the   Lives of  Thousands  of Women  and  ,  Growing Girls  "Not enough blood" ia tho simple  nioaninfc of the term anaemia, though  it should scarcely need explaining,  for, unfortunately, anaemia is one of  the greatest evils in this country,  afflicting women of all ages, includ-  iiig young girls. The signs of blood-  lessness are plain enough���������pallid lips  and cheeks, and aching back, frequent headaches, with breatlilessness,  heart palpitation and great weakness.  The only effective treatment is to  strengthen and build up the blood,  and it is just by this power of making  new, rich blood that Dr. Williams'  1-ink Pills hav. cured anaemia in  more cases than it is possible to place  on record. Among the host cured of this  trouble by Dr. Williams' fink Pills  is Miss C.-N. Roberge, or Sorol, Que.,  who hnd been in poor health for several years. Miss Roberge says: "I  believe that if I had not taken Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills my illness would  have proved fatal. The trouble came  on so gradually that I can scarcely  tell the point at which it did begin.  The first noticeable*symptom was loss  of color and a feeling of lassitude.  Then I began to lose my appetite, had  frequent headaches, and spells of dizziness, and became unable to do any  housoAvork without being completely  exhausted. Finally my trouble became aggravated by a ��������� persistent  cough. I took several kinds of medicine, but did not get any relief. At  last I was advised to try Dr.'Williams' Pink Pills and decided. to do  so. After I had taken several boxes  there was a noticeable improvement  in my condition and I .continued using the Pills until 1 had taken nine  boxes. The result in my opinion was  marvellous. My appetite returned,  my nerves were strengthened, my  weight increased, headaches disappeared, , and. I am enjoying the- best  health of mv life. In gratitude for  -wdiat=Drr=Williams^Pink=;P-ills=have  done for me I give this statement in  the hope that it may bring new  health to some other sufferer."  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure all  those troubles due to poor blood,  such as "anaemia, ; indigestion, rheumatism, neuralgia, St. Vitus dance,  partial paralysis, and the troubles  which attack girls budding into womanhood and women of mature  years. Sold by medicine' dealers  everywhere, or by mail at 50 cents a  box or six boxes for $2,50 from The  Dr, Williams' Medicine Co., Broclc-  ville, Ont.  A CROCODILE EPISODE.  His Wife���������"But don't you think  joining the golf club is rather an extravagance?" "Not if we economise  in other ways, I thought, we might  give up our pew in church."���������Life,  A Snfe Pill for 8uff.rlnK Womon.-Thn  neeluded lifo of women which pormitH of  little healthful, exercise, ifl a fruitful  cntiHo of dernnpomentH of tho stomnch  and liver and ia nccountahln for the  pains and Infinitude that ho many of thorn  experience, Pnrmole.'H VeRi-tablo Pills  will correct, irroKuliiritieH of the diueHtlve  orgaiiH nnd riMtore health and victor. The  mtwt. delicate woman win into them with  Hnfoty, bet'itiiHe their notion, while effective, Ih mild and HootlviiiR.  Weary���������"I'*ver had an iiutcriiiobile  ride, Willy?"'  Willy~*-N.H yet. But they'll bo  putt in' in auti'i'inobile patrol wagons  before long,"���������Toledo Bin do.  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc,  Howard���������"Do you intend cultivating n garden?"  Coward���������"No. That would forever  denrive tne of the joy of reading ami  believing In tlinsw beautiful seed catti.  login's,"- Lift',  HELP FOR OLD  BUCKS THAT ACHE  GIN PILLS Curo Them  Age is no barrier to llio wonderful  soothing, healing propi'i'ties of GIN  I.MI.I.S, tbo great (.iinadiiin Kidney  Cure. Wo luive on record iiiiiny let-  torn from mon and women of (10, (15,  70, 75, (JO and over testifying to the  Brent relief thev received from taking (JIN PIM.S.  Mr. Samuel Martin, of Slratliroy,  Out.,, -differed for twenty yi>nrs with  misery in bin buck. Some months  ngo, he tried OTN PTfd.S nnd after  taking only three boxei*. wait entirely  pur.-"! Mr Mirthi' t������ now Rf* voiir*  of iitte and enjoys the robust health  ot a vigorous matt oi .ixiy, lluiuks  to (ilN PILLS.  All elderly people are troubled,  moro or less, with Kidney nnd Hind-  tier trouble, ninl pain and wenknesH  in tbo buck CifS I'lll.S nro ii .uiir-  anl'-i-tl t'liif fur all Mn"*e ini.-fortlines,  Money promptly p-fuuded if tbey  full tn give complete satisfaction.  fiflc. a box-������ for $2.50. Hiimple  box free if you write u������, im-intinning  ibis paper. National l'tiiir k Cliein-  ioal Co,, Dept. X.U., Toronto. 40  The orlglnif  Oln Pills made by  Nftti(>milJ.ru.riMid  Chemical Co. of  C������n������da Limited,  Toronto, ore .old  only In thii boiu  Col. Patterson Tells of an Experienc**  In   last Africa.  At our next camping-place on tha  Guuso Nyirp,, in British East Africa,  our fisherman had a very narrow '��������� es-  cape indeed, and as all the circuni  stances connected with it were most  extraordinary and dramatic, 1 must  relate Uie entire adventure.  On this particular morning I hap-  pimed to be riding ahead of the "safari", on the look out for a suitabla  camping place, when 1,suddenly cania  upon an impala and, knowing that we  were in want of some camp meat, I  iin.de a hasty shot at him as he tied  away th rough0 the scrub. :  Aiy bullet, struck him and knocked  him head over., heels, but .before I  could reach him he picked himself up  aii'i made for the river.; I fired again,  hut missed, aiid then ran to the river  1'i.nk, fully expecting to see him making his way across, but there was no  trace of him to bo discovered anywhere. I was very, much astonished at  tiiis, as I could not understand how a  Least wounded so badly could _get  away so quickly-but after searciing in  trvery direction 1 gave him up and  turiud my attention to the selection  of our 'camping-ground, which 1 chose  'close by, under the shade of some  .largo trees.  \ As soon as the tents were pitched,  iNyumbu went down to the river to fish  as usual and was just about to step  off the bank on to what he took to be  a log, when the apparent log gave a  slight movement*, and he saw that  it was tiie back of a crocodile.  The riian was luckily able to draw  back, and rushed up the slope, calling  out, "Bwana, in'amba. mamba!"  ("Master a crocodile! a crocodile!").  \Ye all happened to be close at hand,  so I seized my rifle and ran down to  the river, and, seeing the hideous creature's back close under the bank,  quickly put a bullet into it.  Instantly there was a terrific heaving and writhing in the water, which  the reptile lashed about in all directions, though he seemed unable to get  away. Seeing this Abbudi ran down  to tae waters edge, stepped on to a  bough which projected out over the  river, and thrust his spear with all his  might deep into the creature's back.o  The moment the crocodile felt the  steel .lie twisted himself roftiid. on his  tail with indescribable speed and vic-  iousne.-*s, snapped at the spear, whip-  "ped-it-clean-out-of-Abbudi-^-handT-as-  wed as out of i*ii_"owri back, and Hung  it* yards away to the bottom of the  river.  1 never in all my life saw such an  astonished and crestfallen expression  as appealed on Abbudi's (ace, and indeed it was no wonder, for the vapidity  .with which the brute had turned on  ���������him was incredible. His position was  now highly dangerous, but before the  crocodile .could whip round again to  make a second grab, I put another  couple oi bullets into his spine, thus  rendering him quite helpless.'  In the midst oi nil this excitement,  and while the crocodile was lashing  about and snapping his vice-like  jaws, M.rs. Ii., foi-gtitting tbat she was  still an invalid, jumped on to the  branch beside Abbudi to get a better  view of what was going on. This was  a most unwise proceeding, but fortunately the ivptilo w-is too badly hit  to be able to. do any damage,  As soon ns he was quite dead we  had a rope fastened round him, and  with the aid of a dozen willing hands  hauled him up out of the river. The  most (���������.vtrnordiunry part of the wholo  occurrence, then happened,, for when  we opened him un we found inside  him the half of a iroshly-enteu impala 1  .There was no doubt that it. wns the  one which 1 had shot, and which had  disappeared so mysteriously after milking its way to the river bank, It was  no wonder that I could not find him,  as he must even then have beeu in  the maw of the crocodile, which, of  course, hnd en light him and driw.ed  him under ns pooh ns ho attempted  to struggle across the stream.  After" ooii.'Ut.'1'able troti.ue Abbudi  recovered Ids spe.ir from th" river h-'d,  ���������but found that the soft blade had been  bent almost to n right nnyle by the  crocodile when he crabbed it out of  his hand,--l''rtiii) "lu the drip of the  Nyika," by Liuut.-Col, J. 11. 1'aUnr-  nun. D.S.O.  Risked Life For Comrade,  Tho Hurl of Dtiiitnore, M.V.O., V.C..  h now in his forty-second year. It  wiw us Idem. Viscount. Kiiicastle, ol  tliu 10th Lnneers, that hf won tlv ttol-  di(*ra' coveted docoration ut [.niidiilie*  Ciiiwoway.  'Lie guides nursiiin-g the enemy wi-re  ordered to hold u position nnd lire on  tho enemy retiring up the hill. Before  tho order could rt*ach the lend in *j  squadron Lieutenant (> reaves wa-  struck by iv bullet, and fell (rum hi*-  pony, Down swooped the swiril.-tiiieii  to cut him up. but before their knivc**  could do their work Liuut.-Col. Adam*.,  Lieut. Viscount Fincastle, and Limit..  McLean wore amongst them,  t     * _        . . I     .   .  .. I . - .,, ,    o...,    .,, ��������� ,  potuinf* into the roteiiin^ party, nml  as Viscount l-'inoustlo lilted the  wounded olllcer in his arms another  IniHi-t kill'"*! Lieut. Greaves, while  Lieut. McLean fell mortally wounded.  Gf_(,tiui Ctm.uicHi.  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A Pill Thnt Ll_hten������ Llfo.-rTo tho limn  who Ih n victim of iiidlpriifltioii tlio triiiiN-  notion of liuHlnoHH hi-winicH nn added  nilHory. Ho oiinnot noncontrato his mind  upon IiIh hihIim and Iohh and vcxiitlon nt-  tend him. To nt'ch ri man I'nrmoliV.  Vi-Kctnlilo IMIIh offer relief. A eoni-He of  tniitmont, anoordlnit to direction*!, will  eonvhu'c him of tlieli- creat exeelleiii*.  Tlmy aro eotilldentl.v recommended be-  eaiiHe they will do all that Ih claimed for  tli em,  Mrs. Iliiye���������"She is pimply mini on  tlio subject of gems, nnd sterilizoH or  filters everything in tbe house,"  "How does slio get along witli lier  family?"  "Oh, even her relations nre strain-  <Hl."-Tit,|.it,S.  Pi'iio.tieiilly nil Oniiiidliin dniRKinta.  groeern nnd genoriil denlers sell Wilson's Fly 1'ikIh, If your rttorekonper  does not, imk bim wby.  Visitor���������I wiint ii nioiii-ning Biiit,  pli'iise,  Proprietor���������Whnt is tbo beroiive*  ment, mny T lukP  "My iiiotber-iiidiiw,"  "Mr, Hrowii, show this gentlenum  into the Light Adlictlon Department."  Telling Papa  Sweet Girl (nffectionntely)���������"Pnpa,  you wouldn't like me to leave you,  would" you?"  Pupa (fondly)���������"Indeed, I would  not, my darling,"  Sweet Girl���������"Woll, then, I'll mnrry  Mr. Poorsluip, He is willing lo livo  hore."-New York Weekly.  Mlnard's Liniment euros garget in cow.  He���������"Don't you think she hns  rather n good complexion?"  She���������"It strikes me as being just  n trifle ' too impressionistic."���������Harper's   1.117.11111',  IE every housekeeper would use  Wilson's Fly Pads freely during tbe  ���������uunmer months the bouse liy peril  would soon be a thing of tbe past.  If enough people heave bricks at  you you enn soon build n nice house,  Uw-d aeeordlntr to direction., Dr. J. 0,  KfllloRir'H DyHontory Cordial   will   afford  relief in the moHt oeute form of Hummer  complaint.    Whenever  tlio attnclt   manifests   ItNolf   no   time  uliould   ho  lotit   in  HeoldiiB the old nf tho Cordial.   It will  i net Immediately on the Htomnnli and In-  l tiMtlmiH and allny the Irritation and pnlii,  ' A trial of it will convlnco anyone of tho  I truth of them* nHnei'tloim,  Hewitt���������Does the climate ngree with  your wife?  .lowett���������Tluit's more than I'd expect  of nny climntn.  W. N. U., No. 8M  A Changing Sandwi*hman.  It ha* tuki-ii an Kniili'ti inventor  ifr impnvc th** * -idwioh hoard. on������  haviiw been lavented which clinngci  the po������t'*M nuTfiiii'iticaily ench tun.  its curru-t titke4 Utility nupi.  Tested in Every Way  nnd In nil Innds under tho aim���������in all conditions of lifo���������-by generation nftor generation���������-tho safest nnd most reliable family remedy  the vnr\(\ h!*."** over Vnown (������ llf������*ohnw*o pt-H-.   Thi-- c/r,t\r\ t*h������*>'i������ un-  f*rju*illedVnHhrepil*ntorshnvndon������,intho,quicl.re.Heinfhumanmiff^^^  ing and tho prevention of serious sickneBscR, Is beyond calculation.  253o5 wEwaraS*E w M ���������SmL^  ran do the same sort of pood for you, and for your family.  Itoechnm's Pills do their beneficent work in accordance with  Nature's laws. Try a few doses juat as soon as physical  trouble shows Itself and seo how immediately effective they are  ���������see how quickly the wholo bodily system will bu beiti'i'iU'd,  Then you will know for your own good, why Bcechani'i Pills are  The Greatest  Family Remedy Known  |>rt������ttt<U<k>il W Ttauu* I'.u.Uiuj,'U, lltltnt, U������u.*.iUti. EmUnd.  tel* ���������r'vbtrt Ik CimJt tmi U. S. Amrlc*.   In b*n������ li e.������i������.  li  I  '! il  *y  '1  if  ���������\ii  t  ������: 10  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  >g|iliiimi||j|||itiiiiii><������������������������iiii||  !*;  Pc*orll0iK3rr5f  75 re/nmber sn engagement  THE gentle art of aiding a poor,  weak memory'over-the aifTlcult  places ln everyday life is very  easy. Now, ot course, psychologists tel!  ub   that   the  most    effective    way    to  . strengthen one's power to remember'Is  by exercising the faculty itself. TTiere  ere laws by which a systematic mem-  'ori_atlon can lake place. Association  t>y contrast, resemblance, contiguity of  time and place, etc., is the great key-  mote! But what are we to do when  there is an Isolated fact or experience  Sn on. llfo that refuses to be classified  under any of these psychological heads?  Just exert your will, say the teachers,  a'nd you will not forget. And then coniee  the' reply of a frantic, forgetful female,  "But 1 do forget."  Here ari a few minor troubles due to  ���������   good   forgetlery.     They   happen   to  ��������� jnost of us. There are little ways to  circumvent a habit of forgetting.  TirereTtlTelunb^  % nestles in tlie corner of the train seat  find continues tn nestle after you have  left. DM you ever think of placing it on  the side near the aisle? As o.e facetious  man remarked, "Break a leg, but don't  forget the parasol!" His humor, boiled  down, really Is true.   You must pass tlie  ��������� umbrella on your way out, and It will  remind you of its presence.   Try it.  How many persons borrow small sums  of money ln emergency eases and, from  the fact that they are small, forget to  return them? "Why didn't you tell me  that I hnd never returned you that do!-  lur?" asks a friend. Is It not <|iioer that  ,Jn nine out of ten easeH we feci a ret*  "cencc nbout reminding the borrower?  Ad a ma tier of fact, >a simple littlo  hint Is very good, When you borrow W  cents from your friend, write on n sll|i  of paper or a card an "f. 0, BO cents lo  , ������������������    " and place it In tlio pin-so that you  will use the next day,   Y*ou  will Ilnd  that It works very well,  When making ongagemcivliH In tlio future, write the fact on a card and slip  It In the mirror ot your dressing table.  Kvery one looka at tho mirror, and  even at the last mlnuto the gentle re  minder will stare you ln the face. It is  more apparent than the engagement  book In your desk.  A convenient telephone list is a great  aid, First of all, your friends' names  must be kept in black and white. Then  the call number of the doctor, tlie nearest flre statlbn and police station, so  that when needed they will be at hand.  You object to this? Why not refer to  the book when in doubt? Well, sometimes tbe book Is not available or is old.  Sometimes your maid may not know  the first name of a friend needed in a  hurry. The book shouid be attached to  tlie Instrument and always at your  service.  When reading a library book, use tlie  card for your marker. You will not let  the date of return pass without knowing it.  These hints are intimately connected  with the facts to be remembered. They  ���������are-much-better-than-thc~tying'-of--t!ie-  string on the linger, and forgetting  everything except the- fact that it was a  reminder of something.  Little helps will make things go more  smoothly, and In some cases will make  great differences In our. lives.  *'Annie Laurie"  IT IS interesting to know the,, history  ot Bu/iie ol our oldest and best-ioved  bungs. "Annie Laurie," tor Instance,"  a universal favorite wherever "English  la spoken, Is founded on absolute truth,  This Is the story.:  Annie Laurie was the oldest of three  diiughteis of Sir Uobert Laurie, of  Mnxwellton, Scotland. She, was born  December lfi, l___, nnd grew up a bunutl-  ���������l'ul maiden, who was besieged���������In the  good old fashlcn���������hy countless ardent  ,. lovo.H, Among them was William  Douglass, of Kirkcudbright, Dougln.ss.  was a gay youth, hern of n Scotch song,*-  "Willie Was a Wanton Waif," which  mifliclently dead-Wie. hla character, He  wuh. really In love with Annie, and  meant every word of the poem he addressed to her, which was originally  much longer than we know It generally  Udny,  Unl'ortimately for the proper ending .of  CLASS DAY  ���������-���������% -yOWADAYS there Is no school so  I Xl  5,ma"' ������*" ***' elemenwi-y In Its scope  ���������A- ^ that it does not with suitable ce.e-  muny celebrate me graduation of Its  c]a_.QK. In the large city schools, or In  the colleges, class day and commencement have different days and different  exercises, and everything from the engraved piogrn'ii** to the professional or-  Sanlsi Is arranged by years of: tradition. Hut the little school cannot afford,  to do ull this, and It Is the littlo school  that needs help and advice.  If itT.nim'iieenieiU and class day nre  n>i.< -cum- x-oKritnt is easy to suttle. You  will luue your salutatory, your class  -ilni.-ing, perhaps your history, po.ni  and piophecy and your presentations,  logither with .ho great feature of the  d.\y, (he valedictory, and, It mnv he, a  word or two from one of the school or  town otilcei'-.. Re'illy, when It "Is at all  l*.ii"M.|iili*, It is*-better tu have the two  separate; eommctK-cm'.tit Is so largely  an ulll'���������!.*, 1 matter, under tho direction  of lhe teachers, tlmt il seems as if the  class o-.ij.ht to have one day set apart  and consecrated to the boys and giiN  themselves.  You can, of course, havo the regular  ohu'H day, with the program Just given,  .mltting tho salutatory, tho address and  ���������SO-JIM.  wut_a������n"*Trow " JL______  *Mf������i  ^7he vmtiretfo noartte &iste  a romaneo," Annie did not, for soma  reaHon, marry Doug-la.s, but, at the  age of 27, wedded James Fergunson, of  CraJgdiU'racli. How Douglas-* took the  Wow we do not, know.  The composer of the song Is unknown,  and Iho stanza beginning  "Like the dew on the gowan lying  Is the fa' of her fairy feet,"  waa also added by an anonymous hand.  There Is surely, however, enough real  and authenticated "romance, connected  with tho song to endear It to every  man and woman.  Old^&il  HAVTfl you a whlto lnce veil Hint you  do not wish to wear till* Miminfr'"  Do not throw It awny, hut listen  tn the. wnrdn of n wine woman who Is  renowned for lier clever expedients, Hho  rui-i'ly iillowd her pohhcrhIoii** to miffer  from dlmme. Tho null heap Ih not reported to hy hor, for ("he po-weil-ioa nn  nll-neelni. eye for the pnwilbllltleN that  lli������ In one arllrlc, "Of cnurse It I* a  veil," ������he nay-*; "hut you don't mip-  jin-ui thai It linn so remain a v. 11'.'"  The  pMjii-t.ee  of  lace   ou   lmtn  linn  ������*lven her ii prnctl<>nl miktmikIIiiii. flit'*  ha* H email turban tnecA with n' k, It  turn In en   worn   nines upilug  iw.d  the  Gathered on ti'<? wtfmYv/cfe  llnlnr������ hi* Vwm* i trifle wrtrn Well  thin clover woman Im ailjimlhig llio white  lace to tlio turned-up brim of the Imt.  It In done hy ntretehlnir the veil around  the brim, wllh the twin of Wire .nlned  nl the bnelt, of eotin'fl, Tlio H.nlloped  edge Ih allowed to Just r.-aeh Uie end  of the brim. Here and there the loco  rnuHt be pleated In toward Hu- crown,  It it'imilil he pinned nt firm and thn  inltii.Hi evenly iliftilliuUil, Willi l������i>M  ullp  HtllclK-H thu  veil  t-lioiilil  tli.n   l,e  '���������triel-ed" In ulnee Vnv evcr.su material  should he rill off before the lining l.t  put in tlie hat.  If your hat he a large Hat Hliape, the  veil can be lined In a different way, The  floured edge Is effeetlvo when applied  la the upper Hiirfai-e of the lint brim.  Alioiit two IncliCN of the lace will do for  llie applied binding, tie mutt lu li.ivc it  Uie Hiitne width all around, and this can  tin di'iii' If the veil be tlrst pinned In-  fun- biiMttiK.  When  mining over the large uhnpe,  //V &7,>frv/iJmYVm7'���������<j'go oy%p~  plent In the fulln.-HH toward lhe ei-.-iwn.  Try nn the lint before tlit* final nflieltlnt.,  ho   that    all    little    defectH    can    ho  ri'iTii'iUml     Then  iint.lv  the  new  llnlnir.  lilaelt veil, nri- n'lrti |-nod, A scarf  can be iitlll.'il In the Hume wny.  Where there In miiiiiII inoney and much  eleverr.t'HH, the wnman will he belt-r  ilreiim-d IIiiiti In a raw where hrnliiH  and' cii"*li nre rtver*'������d, Am tnr iiflng  vflltt fur yoke** and cuff** In lnce  Kuini|ii-H, lb'- itiijiiiii'iiil'.'.'m .ivc wltlwut  number. Try to t>tf In imt- article of  drfci; the p������������i ILHIt'i ���������' i.f n I'linnr'e III  nee.   You  tvlll find thai  ii pny**.  THE common thermometer system  we u<-e to tell how hot It ls Is th*"*  Fahrenheit; the scientific method  is the centigrade, which Is on a decimal  ba������i������. Occasionally med'eal or engineering dnectlons are gi\en ln cenii-  grade, and it is then well to know how  to turn this into the system by which  our own thermometers are made.   'I he_eaM_eM._j_nelhod_is to_rruil_upiy_tbe  ���������centigrade tempeiaiure by"2, dedlict'l-To  of the pioduct and add .2. Thus, 30 de-  gites eentiigiade multiplied by 2 eqiutis  CO; minus 1-10 of CO, or 6, cqualp _'; plus  .12 equals SO, the Fahrenheit temperature, This is a method simple arid good  to know in an emergency,  Ficture Hooks  IT IS freiiuently dlffleult to fix nalle to  the walls, on which to hang pictures, owing to the powdery condi- '  Hon of the plaster, which causes the  nails to fall out almost immediately.  The best way to overcome this is to  have a carpenter plane a small piece of  wood and bore six holes Iri-'lt. Then  drive In, this wooO fine nulls, so that  when driven home they will protrude'.,.  about a .quarter of an inch, Next glue  the back of the block to the wall, knocking the nails In at the same time.  When set, this Is quite firm, and  hooks screwed Into it will hold a considerable weight.  Satisfying Pussy  EVKHY ono knows the lovo of a cat  for a particular place; and this  love makes It very hard to persuade kittle to move when the family  doe., A custom tried and found Hue In  England Is tn destroy the keen scent  which leiida the cat to return to the  old home, and which Is curried by the  feet, by rubbliiu' nil her paws woll with  butter,  Kor the Hiiko both of clennllnrt". and  the butter, pusHy will lick her paws  clean. Thin, for Himm reimon, talus  away the scent, and she Ih forever iil'i-r  contented and happy-untll ynu move  again,  Cleaning Telephones  EVKN the nealent hoiiHi-'lu-i-pcrs are  criminally eai'elf������������ uhoul cli-iiulnu  their ti'li'p*noiie_, Seemitii'ly they  are not aware (hut trum*inltl<-r and i'<-  eclver bnlli will iiMsiiri-dly trniisiiill and  receive dlrl, gi������i'inn and niWin*, Unscrew  lliu tops ul* lioth and s|erlll/.e Ihem  IhnroiiKhly, Wnrui water with wdilt  ciiiiiiillc ni'ld or Uie mikIm of I'lirbolle  iiclil soup Ih IickI,  If iiiisMlble, line a waxed imper shield  pierced will) Utile hides ovor the triin*"  miller, espeelnllv If yonr luli'iilioiii! bo  used by many ihthdiih, IncliidliiK lliosu  not of your own family and household,  New Shoes  WIIVJN new Hhiies-whlch ,,ltl(,(j  "porfeetiy well" nt tho Hhoe-  maker's -pinch Imdly, niolHten  a. cloth In wn wnier and nold It iici-osh  thn place where ilu. .ires.ure Im felt, tho  shoe belli.*   on;   iih Hoon as   the water  anee  sever-ill  time*-.    The  leather will  IhllH   411!   M|4|I,W    ...    ;,'.,;    .'..,'',  New wllnen th-it mpienk should be  jdneed with tho Hdes In a hiixln of water,  or should luive ii peg driven Into the  sole bv lhe cobbler, Hither method will  remove Hit- unpleasant -muiid,  Pasteless Stamps  PHKQtnWTI.Y, ifpcclnlly hi ofttcc.,  a Inrgi) innnber of hUiiiiph tiwisi be  (KMikciT tri-r nt unnecded i<nveli*������|teH  and lined III lhe i-onultunt paHtelens i-oii-  dliloii, When (udlnnrv iiiui'IIiikc I*1 an*  idled II fpieiidM Id un untidy and ugly  milliner. The be*| thlnr tn d-i I" In  iiiiilsien tlm liup of ait envelope iind  puss Ihe dump n*-iiily ov������r the mrfini-,  .Tll-l   |.||i,i|);|i   |./|.i!.-.   |k   uupplle.l   In   stU'U   ITi  to ihe ji-.ipi r.  the valedictory. W'hen you oan, how-  ex er, it Is more interesting to vary matters a pttle by Introducing a few nov-  eltie.. Can't any of your class do  "stunts"? Now is the time to come  forth andsbow your liiddden talents.  Why imt give a little original play-  say, a -version of the mock-turtle scene  In   "Alice  in   Wonderland"   W'ith    your  etassmaies   and   your  teachers   carlea-  _tHicd in the i-oles? Or.form a glee club  from >xiur rnemtjcrs, and~glve"clT"ofu_es-^  between the other features of the day?  Or bold your class day in the open air,  with athletic contests, followed by a  peiformance of "As You Like It," the  east diawn from tWe entire school?  These, are only a few suggestions; you  wHl  think  of  many  others youiyelf.  f3ut, wlintever you do, be sure to have  every .nembor of Wi'e class inke part.  Even a little place on an insignificant  committee means a great deal to a  (sensitive person. Don't say: "Oh, let's  not give ������������������- anything to do; he'll only  make a mess, of It." Try the wonderful effect of responsibility. Sometimes  the beat worker pf your class is hiding  his light .under a bushel; at least take  the bushel away, And what If some little thing be done not quite so well by*  thatnulet, red-haired girl as by .your  efllcleiit secretary or treasurer?  Class day Is for all the clasn, nnd tho  red-haired girl's pleasure at being of  service more than .compensate, for her  lack of Hklll.  Another thing:, keep expenses down.  That. Mounds funny, doubtless, In tho  face of the usual empty high school  treiiNiiry,  It Ih serious, novcrthcioHH, Don't mako  clam- day a burden to the children of  poor parents; don't cause a girl to feel  that her eliir.'.mnti-s will sneer If ulio  co-iicn  In  her  lust  siKimier's drees In-  Hlend of a in w oih-; or don't make Ihe  iliii'ii nn heavy that a boy hns to cltoomi  lelwiwn tliupplni. out i.f nel'.inl or facing the I'Xih-uli' of IiIh class. Ti'ii-eent  l.iiKeniailun*- can be nuide "uh funny an  dollar ones; an (lUl-fusliloiif'd plenlo  beiiln n. rehliiuraiil "banquet" any day;  nml pingraniH niv Just iih pivlty and  useful wlii'n they are hnndmaili'. Flvo  ilt-Hlgns are here fur yoii lo i-Iiooho  f . .,      ....   I..,,-,.   ,.,.),���������   m   ieri'-������i   imii.   *>n  waierenler paper and write the iir'.iKriiut  lllHlllll,  1'iiilnilily your cams day will Im mi  ".,|M'n" une-thnt I", tenehery and rela-  llve*i and friends will be 'Invited In attend.   In that eftHo, tell off a etifltclunt  ... ,>).!.��������� ,.f  ..nur elrinu   -\������ m-hero.   to  SCO  tlmt rvtuy one Is eotnfurt.-ibl*,' (seated,  Then, when they have n Joined you,  maii-li In to miiHle played by one of you  nnd Hike your renls. opui with tho  nhii-ii ur ciiihs si.ng (un<l be kiii-o that  every inn of you known It, wordi nnd  ��������� in. nnil i.ii*ieiiii"<. with tho rin'limil  aiithi'iti,  And  have a ral.hly fCOi! time   >���������,>���������������  an. (tlrliil  <*q4\?^ c^SyVaa  ' -++*_** "I ���������������  *** "     ������ T"*\i      * ^ i*'V';������>,  &WM.  -���������iri;;~:.-t.���������vft,Y,-i._>_n,������.j.-,_.rTjrJJ^r,.  Ui?  THE NEWS, Ctn\lBERLAM13, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  FURNITURE STORE  "������������������������������������"f1 .      '    ������������������ '  aM^-aramamam  uk m*tama.-.*������amsam*mmmm-mammm-mmmama*mmmmm^  JUST ARRIVED  ���������A SHIPMENT OF���������  l\S CHAIRS and  AG RASS ROCKERS  HIKANO,  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  inanim  .Sadies' & Gknti.emen's  tailor made   suits  FKOM   $20.00   TO 335,0O.  Cleaning   and Pressing  done AT  Reasonable Pricks.  A full line of Furniture and House  Furnishings to select, from.......  A; McKINlSrON. McPliee Block; Cumberland  Phone 52  :.i__..u..,  TAILOR  Cumberland 8.C.  ������  ������  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  IWnKwi  c___s_r*a_j_--iKi ������������jwiBTrj-tt.y������i  CAMPAIGN FX1S0ES  POME REASONS  FOR RE-  CIPROCITV.  It will lesson tlio cost, of living.  It. will benefit the consumer,  .,..   It will give a larger   market, fur  farm, prod uce.  It will "increase" tho trade of  Canada.  It will make tlie British Columbia fish industry t.io greatest'  in the world.  It will benefit the manufacturer through the general impetus to  business aiid not jeopardize the  pi election he now enjoys.  It will give employment, to a  g'eater number'of men through  the general increase of business  and the establishment of new industries.  It" will increase rather than decrease., wajjes through the 'greater  demand fori* bor.  A VOTE FOR,ROSS MEANS  A VOTE,FOR.RECIPROCITY.  In  the August   issue   uf   the  .JO r-ivi i*-M a gax i 11 cAt.1 ie���������f. A\ 0 w-i n g-ed~  itm-ial opinion is ^expressed on the  reciprocity question:���������  "The discussion of the proposed  reciprocity agreement between  Canada* and the United States has  prorlneod some strurge and most  ftartlirg results, .which" mny be  worthy of attention. !*V*r a legit-  i uvte trade question, which never  should hnvo beon <1 rugged into the  sphere of party politics."'it- would  seem to be very humiliating to  hnvo our Ti.ilionn! dignity and self-  respect, outraged by the vapid  mouthing.- of pilitie.il portisans  in the discussion of the subject.  But we have still more contempt  for lhe Ca*iiidi*in politician, or  iinPopliistic.iH>(t.,vv.?.i!k!ing, who for  wnnt of legiiiiiirtto iirpiiinonts in.  ������n't the i'ltelelligcnce of the groat  mnss of patriotic Cniridians by ad.  nutting the possibility of nnnex-  ntion to the United states, nr miv  oilier country, bring seriously con-  siilerod for one moment. A home  self cniisnming market liafi its  limilations, and lhe expansion of  trade can have no terrors for n  progressive people, particularly  wlion the power to change it re-  JiiainB in t.he'r own haii'V  MAROGCH! BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS   OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING  WORKS  ft  Ladies' and  Gentlemen's Suits   Made   Vi  ^"Aer  from 820 to ������35 ' All Work First Class  COMMUNICATIONS  Hditok . News:-Cumberland  is tc be congratulated upon having the political .question of the  hour put fairly and squarely before the electors on Monday  night. Both candidates"' are ac  ceptable speakers, and whichever  is elected Comox-Atlin will have  no cause to be ashamed of its  choice from au oratorical point oi'  view. As to which was-the  heaviest calibre gun and whic'.i  delivered the most effective argument will of course be a matter  of discussion Ihat will enliven' ihe  last days of August ai meal limes  As to which* party showed the  most courtesy and fair play there  can be no question. Mr Clements  was listened to without a single  interruption, whilst the chaff  had to insist" that-Mr Ross should  have the same consideration.  There is no doubt that it  would have developed into a disorderly meeting only for the pre  sence of the ladies���������one of the  .strongest���������ar-ffmne-uts-for���������������4\4n<*_  them the vote.    ...'.'.,'  Decency and Order.  Agents for PHseii'er Brewing Company's BEER  "   " ' Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET t  S'-^'H " FntaUt'V ' LOST���������-A   medal    Veiling   in  ttM   laWMiy .hiipeof bicycle whcell,   tet Villi  amethyst.    Finder   plune  return  to this ofiL'c.     Ivewai'il.  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  (ej  M  (*l  SELLING  OUT  As is nnnoiiiio'il by the proda  unit ion, the c!o**tion in Comox.  A tliu will be hold on tho name  duy as the rest ef ihe Dominion  elections, This is ns it should be,  nnd will give no ndvnntnpo nor  ciiiiso of comphiiiit on either side.  Tlio voters or Comox Atlin have  riot had 1111 opportunity for Years  of expressing their opinions nt  the polls, and will iippi-������e,i:'fe ihe  change, ns promised by TWr. Tom  pieman at. the Inst by-election,  The public,   n ttngf.   Imld   al  v-iiurteiuiy on J'ruiiiy evening mid  lit Oonrtoiiny un S.iturday nveniny  hist, in ihe interests of the |.iln*i*.\l  candidal)*, were well iiHendcd, ami  the spcoe'tfi, dclivfivil by Mr.  k.is*. u-.to listeno ! f> with murk*.  **i   Ut C't ** I< Ml,   !|'nl    (j,,.      f;.(.|  Dr. D. E..Kerr, dentist, will be  iii Cumberland on aud after Sept  ember 13th.  A very sad tradgedy was enacted at Grauthaiii on Thursday at  ternooti last, when tiie young  daughter of Air. George Winger  wa* 'fatally shot by ��������� the accidental discharge of a rifle in the  hands of her brother.* The. 'boy  and his sister were both in the  kitchen.and while, there "'the boy  took down n small rifle which was  hiino-Mio-on the wall fo examine  it, and not thinking t^at it was  loaded, pnlleiV the trigger,, with,  the result, that the unfortunate  mil who was on tbe opposite side  of the room from her brother, received the charge in her right.si.de.  ^(^.^vutbe-^WtAT^E-A^ ijJTJi JsluilciificL  iii. ,linlf an hour. The funeral  took place, on Sunday afternoon  from the fauii'y residence to the  Clittr<*h of E.iglnnd (-,emetery, Itev".  V.. X. Willeuiiir ofiiciatitig. '"-.  -4a.-  Messi-t-WilHain Sloan and 'Duncan Koss left on Monday n*'g!it  for Namiiino bv auto.  -*&-  "Bob" was well cai ed   on   the  evening of his ''birthday culebra-  ie deserved it.  tin ii, an*  Mr, T. K, Hanks will leave by  Wodliesdny's boat on* a bu.sineHs  trip to Vuii.ouvtir,  A, pnlilic meeting will be held  iu the Council Chambers on Wed-  nu.-day evening August HOlli. to  discuss the .ewerage and sidewalk  question,  Hlliril���������At Cumberland on  August 20th, to Mr. and M,is,  Charles (Iriint, a diinghter,  Miss Pheiny llavniaii left by  Fridi.y ������ ''"iti on 11 vncatioii trip  to Vancouver   o-  Mr, Clements hold  meeting  ut CoriK'K 011 Tuesday night.  His next place of meeting is Powell  Iii ver,  If we turn down '*Ioeiproeity"  we will have to live 011 V/u-it Kent  beans, supplied by Air, CliMiuuiis.  Vote for Koss mid Ucciprociiy.  ami then yon ean o-it. four meals  adiiy at the present cost of three,  and no West Kent lienus either,  .':' FO.lt -SAKE���������A good buggy  hoit-e Seven years old -Absolutely quiet For particulars apply to Capiain R. Y. Vigors; Comox, B. C.  -���������-,    NOTICE  The drawing f?.r the large  grajilibfihoneWill tyke place at  Cameron's'Restiiiuiant, i_'ourteiiay  on We-bie.Hlay, Aug. 23. Ail  tickets* must, be ' paid for before  drawing takes place, otherwise'  tickets will not, be accented.  Ticket, on sale   at   Canifron'e  Restaurant; Ci.iurtena:.  BUGGIES and  'FARM IMPLEMENTS  AT     LOWEST     CASH      PRICES.  *-mV������aaTmm*mKTTTJ*m3**.m1,-r.   j"Tgn������_r. JlTJ-gJ-1- cr.  i  NOiTCK.  -*������*-  CA11D OF  THANKS.  ���������;���������''' i'j ���������     '      ' ,- ���������   *  Mr, Geo, Winger and family  desire to express thanks to the  many kind friends who assist ed  them iu their la'e sad bereavement.  SUM3XKR 8CIII.DULE.  The SS "Joan" will sail as  under:���������  Leave Vic'oiia Tuesday, 7 0::  a.m., for Xainuiuo, Union and  Comox*.  Lcavd'Coniox Wednesday S.00  a.111., for Union, Nanaimo and  Vancouver.  Leave Vancouver Thursday,  9.00 a.m., for Nanaimo. Union  and Coinox.  Leave Coniox Friday. 8.00a 111,  for l!niou. Nauaiino and Vancouver. :  Leave Vancouver, .Saturday,  9.00 a.m., for Nanaimo, Union  and Comox.  Leave Coniox Sunday, 12.t5  a,111 , for Union, Nauaiino, and  Vic'oiia.  Fcrnie Miners Object.  Ferniu, Aug.  meeting  1": Iui'l icTore tli ;n   *\.m*  cd with ii;ipi*'-cimi'-iu.  whieb'  ri-.-'.'je,  Tliii. i��������� the tiuio lint   the   K-vs  w'.H '.-.' tlmt  tho  beer  kegs arc  **!' t'-ill mul themhclvud.  j'nc \'.iiiinulv iiiiviiuu c;\ in union  which will he held at Courtenay  011 Tuesday nnd Wednesday,  September 26 and ������7, prounse.-s to  eel ipse nil previous records.  Clival preparations are bcitir,  math- !oi it 141..u������'. ..slilbiiio'.i. U;i  ward*! of 7 barrel-i of (lour lmvi.  bei*n donated by the dsfferon!  milling c'linpauits and (he roui-  pt-tion promises!������������������ be verv keen,  A splendid program of sports i. i,,it"1 ',l i:���������^]] uivcl ������������������ ^������-  being arranged. .day of last   week.  1. 1 lie niiiHS  iiiincrs he'ul here  Timrsdiiy nftenliiy ufieruoon, passed a resoltiMoii iioiuhuiiiiiiig the  lhe actum of th,*  provincial  gov-  eminent ('tisiii/ning provincial con.*  11     ,if*   1   p..   1.    ,, 1     .   . ..  o'lVoidci 01 iiuV kind .iiii** ti.ken  place since the eei-siiUon of w<rk,  and deiiiaii'ling thut these constii���������  bles be reiuiu'cd at one.".  Jiistrict 10 of Wiitiliingiuii has  sent .V'iii.OOl) to the miners of  ihi. dislrici, ami it is ndcr.-t' od  lh:.l moi������  uioni'y   will  be  forth.  (OH.ilig    wl-.i-lii".t-r      ii.-i-.-.-.-ill \     to  '���������i'i p the miner!- from waul i!n-  liiir I'.ie ^Irike.  Mrs. K, Situgsi a  well known  J;pme.se  woman   iu   :iiis   ei������y.  Mr, (L Ardley, of Coinox, has  iu his possession'a-barrel ofboiis--  bold 000 Is, shipped .wuh !"'hi"?-  freight from Victoria, which dos  not belong to him. Owiiei can  have suiiM*,' by applying to the  above and pnying eNpen'ses.'  B.C. HARDWARE Co., Ltd,'  733 Jclmson St., Victoria.        |  ^-,\iiiiiiiiiiiii:iiiiuiiiiiiiii!iii[iiiiiiii:iiii!ii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiinii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniin ^  I Capital $6,200,000. lieserve $7,200,OCO f  I   The Royal Bank of .Canada,   I  I DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY   CUIIKKNCY. 'PAYAHLE   ALL I  I ' OVKlt   THE'  WOULD. 1,  I SPECIAL'ATTENTION" paid 10 SAYINGS ACCOUNTS & iotctea |  I at hi.diept  OuiTHtd Un.Vs, aliowici on I'i posils of $1 nod iijiwant*.. g  I CUMBERLAND, B. C., Binnch, Op..1 Daily                . |  3 UNION WHAKF, B. C,   Eub-Prach. C:;en Ihui-sdnys" I  1 R��������� R. CULBERT, Maniiyer. I  1 COURTENAY,    HO ,    B anch,    Opeii Daily.  1 W. HOFF, Manager.  ^.lllli'i'!I'"ll!!llllll!lllll!'!!limZ  i*a ���������"���������iti_,f_Vi    ���������vr-i*i_T7ii������MTir-.i--j_r-|    >  I -i  "***��������� ������������������*������������������**���������****--*  Cumberland &   Union \,Vate'r  ���������   Works /'���������'..'.   r>(l.  NOudE.  Spi'inkl.injr    will    be   allowed  only two iiiirltt*.  a   week,   noun-lv  TL'HSDAY and FRIDAY,  from  7 to il oVloei; in'lhe eveniiif..  Leaky taps.niiiht be a.tended 'o  nt onee  Any eli'inees or additions to ex-  istiujr piping must be sanetiohei!  by the eoiii pan v.  I'y ordi'r.  L. W. 'Nl'nns. Soeretai'v.  CnniberlaiMi.I*, C..,.\no. J si, 101*1.  DLSSOLUTiON    OV    PART  Msiwiiir.  NOTICK is heridiy oiven, tlmi  the purtnen hip li 11:1 ol' Maxwell  Ik U'M'iuil was dissolved .lulv blst,  ID] I by .luiitiml consent, and the  business will in I'uiure le carried  on by It. 1'Ioi'iuil, All ae.eouiils  and debts against aii<! due tlio.s*;i-;  linn are pin-able respectively, by  and to 12, Ilornid, All accounts  due lhe above mentioned linn,  must be paid by August!j|s|. }',)[]  (H\<ii\m\) A, Maxwell.  It, Horiial.  FOIl    SALK t>room    hoiire  willi biiihi'oom ami pimiry, also  furniture. Apply Mark Morgan.  Man port Avenue.  FOR SALK ��������� Coi.t, *l* years  old, thoroughly broken, used fo  aui'os. quiet.  Apply 10 -J. Miir-duiil,  ���������Sandwick, ii, C.   <k   l<()ItSALK~-Teniiiof  horses,  ,,���������,,!!     .,,���������i���������l,���������.l ,��������� .1       ,.������������������,.! ���������   "     1 r. '���������' ' ' ' "  Price reasonable. Apply Jeffries,  Fair View Farm, Coniox,  Change of advertisement*-; will  not be received nt this ollice later  B  Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   13 J 3 J     .V.' CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR  AVENUE  ������������������ - in������iWi������**-"nra_i������vn*.j_**-a.-*u^  CUMBERLAND,  ���������ciBXi;u.'t-__j-_r^ ,"T.-w.B.m_u --_i  j^  mJm%m/m..mlmm.m,,mU-~m.t ~*m*~,J  Olholcsale Dealer in WINES, IjIQUOR & BEEr?  asiuattrr-mT.-r i r.~-r-'m,Ti.:vTvraZmVmXiva  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 29....  CUMBERLAND  --���������-.-._. .���������������_..-._ ���������.M������..-������.������W_M_^_n������--w.���������. w,^irtT._r-...^.WT..j..;J.._...-������.naT.|||^_-|V-..|.|^ VimWt,  fBBri'ie"1*"',"M *���������"*"*������ ^M������MlBM������������������MKr.r,������������%������������'ia.-__w_->������__t___j_BI__l,������_������_r-__f_l___^^  This is the first spring in the- history of Comox  District that the locttl demand for eggs has been  ecptal to the supplv, Nothing pays better than  poulirv. if they are t'ighily managed, Begin  Willi the litile'fellow.s nnd" fired them CHICK  FOOD, which is a mixture of bone meal, wheat,  outs, corn and oilier grain, cur aud blended in  the right proportion to make them thrive ami.  grow.    For sale by  0*1  A.B.C  '������  -   - Courtenay,,IJ.  DFALKIl I.N KLOIIIt AND FKKI)  ^jryr a/a':.\yr.iatnaa'mf TOn*t.*?BSWgi*MwwrT(f7, r&rrzr-rr ������a*ur.-csti  f'_\mi -km.*mmW4Wrmmi\ _..ii-i_UU_ii. WWUiV LtlMmmti ttuNUt������u_  ' SECOKD-IIAKD AUTOS F03 SALE  l!1  if  'il  than 12  (1'iVS.  noon   on   Tue  -������������������  FOR SALIC -jo-foot    Launch,  F.iiib.mks ic Morse 5 horse-  power,   double-(.'vlitulcr engine; floating boalhousc, etc j  Apply t.:is office. '  ���������i\intu_rtu _. a^)araamt.a-mta twM"*-ii-���������r v* .<>w������l' \Mmwiiawt*.at* \m���������*****.* *���������������'mmimmmny,tMM������lwiww  One J'ord cm*. 3-scnlci*,  complete and in good  oider. with fine A/ftA  tires, only.... tpOUU  One air-cooled Franklin,  complete   wilh   wiud-  ������ibi'>M   h'-"-!'.,   r\,\i->-   fi\\i\  tail le.vut'i?,. "-(Mieratov'  e'c. This is a .pcyiin.  der 15 hp. c.,r,  only   One 1*! over fi br*. o-iviw .  epger ear, batiery and  magneto ignition, tires  iu fine order, car in  splendid shape, <���������.  only.  )������  Oue .[-cylinder IlUICK,  complete wit'itop, glass  front, speedometer,  electric side and tail  lamps, and acetylene  head liylils.  Price  One car same as   above,  with head, side and tail  lamps, genera   fl^rA  tor.iete.   Price " y/uU  Oue 2-eyliiuler Iiuick, 20  29 hp'.. generator lamps  top wind-shield.'  etc., only...  $750  "."IT $400  THOS. PLIMLEY.  Office ANnStonc 730YATES ST..  GAl-JAdE. 7������7 JOhNCON ST..  VICTORIA,  B.C  '���������If you get i' at I'Hmley's it's AM. Ktc.liT."  p 3 ���������Wo Do Unjiftlrinu  rn������aam-*mntryrmmT! m*"������-''������''w'M**������Mn*a__^^_|wii____^  ftui���������iiirr H " ������������������**"*���������"*���������"***���������*-���������"-���������* *������������������ 1* ^  J}

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