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'���������?i  CUMBERLAND ;^ C.   .TUESDAY, JUNE ao, :qii  !A)t<<<������iiiniMWBM^Hg������ii|  The Store  Of Quality  THE BIG-STORE  Tfie store with the goods  and the values.  ��������� t v  This, store stands ina unique-position in its (.xcptional  ),.,{: ability to sepve the Public in a Satisfae*  .ytory mannfep,    The fact is, further demonstra'  ted by the increased largeness and variety of our  '   .  stbqk, - " - '. .  Subscription $:.og a Year  THE CORNFR STORF-f  ��������� ' "' ���������'!< "������������������ ���������������������������   ?���������>  This is Strictly a |  CASH proposition , \  cMens and Boys'  Furniture and Household  SUPPLIES  3X1  ; Never Ijefore^in-the. history of this store , has  there' been  -    shown such *a large 'and well selected assortment,  '  '. ���������'     "l ^enewest shades'and patterns, aud we guar-  an^eeworkmanship,and-inaienal.^-All-#e ask of. "'  ''    7"l������ is to comjj nVa*K. se<? what we offer, as proof  -  *  ��������� of-what we sav.       ,-_        ,     ' "  -   ���������       '. ,'.        ���������<     j t   .- -.  ������������������ ,-y      *'     <* ^''������- --.- ^.  .-��������������������� I f:,'< *i  $���������' .*���������> $  .  from, $10 to $30.  ^SlateriShoest^sy^  ���������%  - equal for finish aud wear     yd 10 ������p0  {Jive us a trial order in Groceries.  . <���������**- ^ *  Simon:-������<m.WM Co., UtV.  Dunsmuli* Ay������,, ���������������. Cumberland.  Wallpaper ;  Paints  Varnish  *   ��������� -. ***'  ���������Oils'Ete.  '"   "'.  ''',     TRY THE  The Magnet Cash Store:  For  AY-DAY, and  *0 ' ' ���������  Week following*'  J. N. McLEOD,  T. ,E..;|3ate, Cumberland,  %,  MAROqCHI BROS*f  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AN IJ PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS-  ��������� ~ >������ * *   . ���������~������������������  Agents for Pilsener.Brewing Company's BKKR  Wholesale Dealers in.all Kinds of  '   Wines aud Liquors,  SECOND  Ode To Canada  My Country,wheu I think of theo.  Of nil thou art nnd yot will be,  A thousand liimrtlult tien comhine  , To link,my soul to tjico and thine  . Chorus:  Canada, so fnir, ho free,  Land of trite lovo nud loyalty, -  Our hearts their crliimon tidos.will,  pour ':���������'  E'er liberty flliould leavo thy  shore.  Thy murmuring streams, thy  ���������whispering trees,  Thy wobclland- music on   tlio  breeze,  In childhood mado n,y heart  rejoice  And soot hud mo ns a mother's  voiiiO.  O'er gloaming lako, nml  wooded  B*e,,i  O'or verdant  hill nud flowery  plain,  The beauty of tho bcoiioh I seo  Hath hound my h<*nrt still moro  to theo.  Tliy yollow fields of   ripening  grain,  The cnttlo feeding ou tho plnin,  Tlio fruit trees   bonding  ou   tho  noil,  . Will hlo.8 thy fitalwwt sr������iia of  ���������toll.  STREET I  Locals..  , Miss Agnes Frame arrived home  from Vancouver on Saturday ovev  oning.  Tho store of William Coll pitta  was visited hy Constables Gray  and Thomson on .Saturday night,  and some of our citizens caught  in the act of gambling. Another  biispeuted placo was also visited,  hy the constables, but there was  ������������������nothing doing."  a*4fm-t*a*m  Tho axe resounding mid tho pine,-  Tlio. pick reechoing   in   tlio  mi i io,  And the rich yield of stream aud  strand  Shall prosper theo, thou favored  hind,  Thy flying trains from sea to sea,  Connect eauh clime and industry,  Kiich smiling iiold and city fair,  And aniiniuo thee everywhere. '  What nation is more blessed than  thee  With freedom, justice; loyalty;  With noble women, fnir and pure,  And men   whouo courage   can  tud|jro'(  From week to  week  thy ���������'gospel  Uing out tlie bong tliat ever telio  How righteousness exalts the land  That steadfast holds to God's  command.  For theo our fathers fought nnd  bled  Where Wolfe   nnd   Brock   so  nobly led:  Can we, their sons, do , loss than  they  To guard then, hind of lilwirty?  Then raise   tho  British  banner  high.  No other shall above us fly*,  Canadian JumrU will loyal "stand  To their ktug and native land.  ���������'    T. th lUllHON,  Courteimy, B. C, J mit- lsJtb, IUU.'. nenu-uoo.  i  It was not thu bombardment of  Cumberland that we heard on  Suhd.iy, biit the rejoicings of oiu  Italian������uitixeiis ovur the nurriago  of Mr'. Frank Berti and Miss Sit'.'  via Bacela, which luippy event  took placo ou that day, Our  Italian friends know how to enjoy themselves on such occasions,  .Mrs, Hoburt Grant who has  been visiting here tor the pa.i  week, will return to her home. iu  Victoria on Wounesdny.   I.I 'im���������  George J entries, of llereford-  shire, England, who has recoiuly  in rived at Comox, has leased the  Cairns farm,  Mr, T, Bickle left by Sunday's  boat fur Victoria and Vancouver.  MU'.': !.onio:v ".Hie!;!u; and .Mies  Kuili Clinton will accompany iiini  op his return.  The outconioof Saturday night's  gambling nuo, was a trial before  Magistrate Abrams on Tuesday  morning, which resulted in the  conviction of the seven men charg-  oil withtliooifcr.ee', The proprietor  of the store was fined SBO and  cosis, and tho remaining six, #20  ench and costs, which amount  will add materially to the city's IL  uamufe.  0'imntr Allen  received ix lifo  Dunsmuir Ave.'  '''      2'  w , .^CumbtvUnd '-   '. /-     -^  Obituary.  > The death took place on Satr  iirday last,- at the residence ol  his fai'her-in-law, Mr. D. P. Mac  Donald, after, a lingering illness;  of J..Edward Giieve, aged 26  years. .The deceased,- who was  a native of Comox. H, C., leaves  a wife and infant daughter to  mourn his loss. Only a few  weeks ago he returned from  KamloQps, whither he had gone  in a vain search for relief from  the Destroyer that was fastening  upon him. The funeral- took  place on Tuesday afternoon at  one o'clock to the Presbyterian  ceniemt'eiy at Sandwick, the  Rev. T, Mcuzles officiating. The  Cumberland nud Courtenay Orange Lodges were in attendance.  ���������, ^   Special Patriotic Service in  celebration of Ihe coronation of  Kiug George V. will be conducted iu the Methodist Church next  Sunday evening,, when the regular order of service will be varied  to jutroducc some patriotic selections.  OF COMMERCE  SIR EDMUND WALKER, Q.V.O., LLD., D.O.L., President  CAWtAW-.'f TfoWJtftOOO ?'  ,-rArr  REST, - $7,000,000  GOLLEGXiON 'BUSINESS  With its large numbe. of branches, agents arid correspondents, The  Canadian Hunk of: Commerce is, able to efTect collections throughout  '. w* wort-4 promptly and at rijasonable. rates.    Rates will be quoted on  application. ^  FOREIGN   BUSINESS  2S0  Cheques and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterling  trancs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency  can be negotiated atTheCanad.an Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates  CUMBERLAND BRANCH *w. T.  WHIlk. HttBJ.-  Thni'sday will be observed as a  public holiday, being Coronation  Day.  Mr. U. Bryan loft by Sunday's  boat lor Victoria.  Several coal huliin cars jumped  tlio track near Uny������., on tho down  trip on Monday evening.  I  A very enjoyable evening was  spent on the lawns and in the  auditorium of Grace Methodist  Church hist wedeesday evening  where the congregation nnd  friends had gathered lor a, social  time. Icecream and games on  the lawn were followed by a  short prograinnic in-doors which  was thoroughly appreciated. Re-  freshmetits iu the form of tea,  coffee and cake brought lo a  close a very pleasant evening.  Dr, Kerr, dentist, will leave for  Victoria on Thursday night.  Th'o< following officers v,er������  elected nt a mooting ot the lii^-  lirigiido on Weduesduy ervmi-g  last:���������Oliiaf, T. E. Bnnke, A���������.ir  tnnt Chief, 0. Parnhwn, Captain  Mo. 1 Team, it. Grant jr.i.'Qiapwiii  No. 2 Team, li, Wobbtw, 8.������c.  F. Watson, Treas. J. Camero.i.  Retiring Chief Bruce has heM *'it  olline for sovunil yem-s iuk! is  Iil led   it   most   aecoprui.iy,    VVe  would like to sen *������omc Bubhtuntiul  appreciation of his services, for wo  think it is coming,to him.  -Urn..  MM  Tho boxing match in Cumber.  Hall on Monday ovonhig, between  K. Wyatt, of Courtenay, and ,1, ,  Bailey, of Victoria, wns won by  llniloy in the eightli/ound, Wyiitt  throwing up Iho sponge.  ���������MBHMMMIIMillliWiin'.ll'llirii'W'l  I  MPM'C CIMC Till Alien n ATuuir  I  Li-f ni������ ii ������ Itlki   I /ULtUIILil/  XjUXJH IIIUU   l  ������������������~-  ������������������ ...  . ._ #  y .io'hf������i- <.'!*fr*j_if.������!������ nf >f....*,. tt:,���������i,, ,.t..... m a -,  , *. .  arrived here THIS VyiCRK, and   will surpass any-  thing that we have had heretofore in Style ,iud Pit,  nud the patterns are the newest.  Also a nice Hue or Men's Slimmer Underwear, nnd  Fancy Silk Socks, Vougee Shirts, Ncdwear, etc., lor  these waun davs.  Gajnpbell Bfcs,  ���������i  1 ;.'������'_  y   '   -'     ������' **- " -   '*"* "  \ "' * .*-  -    ,-*      '   "'"   *s   lS   "'  \  '     .<*<,-'_'V* '   ;'r'''i!\J 'f'\'V',V;"  '  \ ���������  ���������\ ?-*  THE  HEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  6Ae  Riverman  By STEWART  EDWARD  WHITE  mmaitau no*, my tba McCte* <W  Cwrilht. 1997. I9M. k������  Ste������Ml U������u. White  down slightly.   Half the crew snatched  a little sleep.   For several hours more  ���������ward tbe middle. When they met Orde  ordered Rod abonrd the,tun.  (Continued.)  AH. ihut day und the next night  the tight was liitud lo timid  , without the opportunity of a  brent IiIiik space. Then Ordo  bareheaded mid disheveled, strung to  a high exc-it.im������i)i, begun to be harassed by uiiuoyniK.es The piles gave out.  Newmurk left, ostensibly to purchase  more. He did not returu. Tom North  And Jim Denning, their eyes burning  deep iu their Heads tor luck ot sleep,  came to Orde, holding to him sym-  bolically their empty hands.  "No more piles." they said briefly.  "Get *em." said Orde with equal  brevity. "Newmark will have enough  here shortly, lu tbe meantime get  tbem."  North and bis friend disappeared,  taking with them the crew, of the  drivers and the two tugs. After an  Interval they returned towing small  rafts of tbe long timbers. Orde did  not make any Iiii'ulrtes, nor until days  later did he see a copy of the newspaper telling how a lawless gang of rlv-  erroen bad driven away the railroad  men and stolen the railroad's property.  Orde was everywhere. Miles und  miles be traveled, running along the  tops of the booms, over tbe surface of  tbe jam, spying the weakening places  and hurrying to them u rescue.  Toward noon the piles gave out  ���������tain.  "Where in b��������� is Newmark?" exploded Orde. He sent North and a  crew of men to cut piles from standing timber Id farm wood lots Dear tbe  river.  "If tbe owners object stand tbem off  _wttb_, yonr .PSfiilgs-!.'   Down river the various mill owners  were busy with what uieu they hid  left in stringing defenses across the  river Id case Orde _ works should go  out When Orde beard this be swore  vigorously.  , "Crazy fools!" be spat out "They'd  be a lot better off helping here. If  tbis goes out their little booms won't  amount to a wbiff of wind."  He sent word to tbat effect: but  Jacking tbe enforcement of bis personal presence, bis messages did not carry conviction, and the panic stricken  owners continued to labor, each according to bis id ens. However, Wei ton  answered the numinous, orde bailed  bis coming with u shout.  "I wnut a dredge!" be yelled ns soon  as the lumberman was within distance.  "I believe we can relieve the pressure  ���������omewbnt by -j channel into Steam's  bayou. Get tbiu govern ment dredge  up and through tbe bayou as soon us  you cuti."  "All rlgbt." mild Welton briefly,  "Can you bold ber?" ,   ������.-������������������.,���������'���������  '"������������������Pro got to bold ber;" replied Orde  between clinched teeth. "Where lu  Jt���������ls Newmark t I new!" him tor Hfty  things, and'he's-disappeared off the  face of tbe earth: rurdy, that second  .cable! She's snupped a strand! Get  a rc-onforcipg line on tier!" tie run  without nnothpr thought of Weitnn.  But flesh nnd blnmi hns Its limit of  endurance, and that nmlt was nlmost  reached. Orde heard the tlm prcmotn-  the issue hung in equilibrium. Then, ���������Til tie this one. Jimmy." said he.  with the opening of the channel into j Aboard tbe tug all wns tem-e prepa  Steam's bayou, the heaviest pressure ration. In the engine room Harvey.'  was relieved. For the moment the i his hand on the throttle, stood ready  acute danger point was passed. Orde | to throw ber wide open nt the signal,  spent the next two days In strengthen- | Armed wltb sharp axes, two men pre-  ing ihe defenses. ,The men were able pared to out the mooring lines on a  to take their quota of meals and of ���������', sign from the'Rough Red They watch-  sleep, ed his upraised hand   When it should  The jam hnd been successfully held t descend tlirtr axes must fnll.  nt the Iron railroad bridge above Ited-      Orde folded a knot.    Cpstrenro the  ding, but only by The most strenuous   jam settled deliberately forward, cut-  efforts     Braces  of  oak   beams   had ; ting n clump of plies like strnw,  been slanted where they would do the j   "She'scoming!" cried the Rough Red.  liost good.    Chains strengthened the I    "Give  me every  second  you  con,"  (veaker spots, uud on top of nil ton   Mid Orde, tanking the lor-t turns,  after  ton  of  railroad  iron   held  the j   The mans toppled slowly, fell  into  whole Immovably.   Nolan had all the ! the swlfl current and leaped with -ft  help he required.  Every device known { roar,  [was employed to strengthen the Jum. j    "Jump!" the Rough Red cried, and  |For only u few hours was the result  his ana descended.  ,i������ doubt   Then, as the Clarion jubl������i    Ordo   leaped   blindly   for   the   rail.  lantly expressed  it  "It's a   hundred   where   lie  was  seized   und   dragged  dollurs to an old hat she holds!" aboard by the Rough Red.   The axes  Orde received all this with satlsfac-   feli;  March  whirled over the  wheel:  tion, but wltb a slight skepticism.  "It's a flouting jum. uud U gets a  push from underneath." be pointed  out "It's probably safe, but another  flood mlgbt send it,out"  "Tbe floods- ure going down."'* Bald  North.  "Good Lord, I hope so.*" said Orde.  Newmark sent word that u sudden  fit or sickness hnd confined bim to tbe  bouse.  Now Orde decided to break out a  channel through the jam itself. This  wus u necessury preliminary to getting  -.the logs in shape for distribution. An  opening was made In tbe piles, and the  rivermeu. with pike poles uud peavies,  began cautiously to dig their way  through tbe tangled timbers. Tbe government pile driver, which hud finally,  been sent up from below, begun placing five extra booms ut intervals downstream to capture the drift as fast as  it was turned loose. The troubles appeared to be quite over when word  came from Redding tbnt the waters  were again rising. Ten minutes later  Leopold Lincoln Bunn, the local reporter, came flapping in on Kundali's  old white horse, like a second Paul Revere; cry lng. thnt the iron bridge bad  gone and the logs were racing down  river toward tbe booms.  "It just went out!" he answered the  eager exclanmtious of tbe men who  crowded around bim. "That's all 1  know. It went out! And tbe otber  bridges! Sure: All but tbe Lake Shore!  Don't know why tbat didn't go out-  No; the logs didD't jam there-just slid  .rlght-under!" :   "That settles It." said Welton.  i   "Vou won't quit?" cried Orde.  "Certainly. You're crazy!" snid Welton. with some asperity. "If tbey can't  stop a little jam with Iron, what are  Harvey threw open his throttle. The  tug sprung from its loush like a hound.  And behind the barrier the logs, tossing und tumbling, the white spray flying before their onslaught, beat in  vain ugilinst the bnrrier, like raging  wild beasts whose prey has escaped.  (To be continued.)  SCOTTISH RHYMES.  Scotia  Has   Nursery  Rhymes  Which  Are.Peculiar to Herself.  There are still to be. met with in  different parts of Scotland many cur-  ious rhymes, which are mostly used  by children. These refer to various  objects, such as --birds, fish, weather,  etc. Not the least pleasing of these  rhymes are those that refer to natural objects. For instance, there is  one which is popular all over Scotland on rain.   It runs:  Rain,  rain,  go  away,  Come again another day;  When I brew and, when I bake.  I'll gieyou'a little cake. -  I used to be in the habit of chanting it myself, and had a strong belief  in its eliicacy. During a hail-shower, the following rhyme is sung:  Rain, rain,  rattle-stones,  i.i.niii ram _u  me,   But__rai_n_on_ J_ohn_0_Gr_oat's hoose.  Far across  the  sea.  A VERSATILE GENIUS  LOUIS TRACY HAS ESSAYED LIFE  IN MANY FIELDS.  Why it should be asked to fall espe-  *c._-.y tin Joi-n u (jiuai/s house is to  me a mystery.  When snow is seen falling lor the  your wooden defenses going to amount first time in winter, it is accounted  to against the wbote accumulation'/  When those logs hit tbe tail of tbis  jam sbe'li go out before you can wink.  It's sure deatb. and I'm not going to  sacrifice thy men."  Already tbe news was spreading  among tbe workers on the jams. Orde  saw the government driver below casting loose from ber moorings. A moment later ber tug towed her away to  a side buyou of safety out ot the expected rush to tbe lake.  "But we can bold ber!" cried Orde  in desperation,  "It's uo use. boy," said old Carlin;  "it's sure deutb."  "Sure deutb!" Orde laughed bitterly.  "All rlgbt: sure death, then, Isn't  there u mnn tu tbis crowd tbnt will  tackle this sort of sure deutb with  "Come on awl ut's get wmetlitno done.1*  tions of reaction In tho mild grumblings'Unit iirowi, Although llio need  for struggle iigulimt the tireless dy.  ua mica of the river wuh iih insistent ae  ever, although It seemed eertiiln thut  ������ moment's ee.Biitlon ot effort would  permit the enemy un irretrievable  guln, ho cnlloo u unit on iho whole  work.  "lloyN," wild be lnT)'-v*i*'l],v, "let's  have a smoke."  He threw himself full length ngnlimt  n slanting pile, leisurely tilling hi.  pipe.   The men stared it moment nnd  t!.���������������������������*"! fiJJ.'vTvr-J .'.h fsnI'-j*If. The horizon lay low nnd black nguliiHt tho  afterglow, lienenih it the river Rhone  llko silver. Over beyond Hie fine ol  land thnt Iny between mc river nnd  Htcnrn's buyou could lie wen the cloud  of mingled smoke nud Nfeiim thnt  marked the uciklty of ihe dredge.  Orde wim nppiiieuily more nt case  llimi nny of the rent, but end. Infant  lie expected to h������*nr the premonitory  rrsek thut would sound the end of  everything, l-'lnnlly ho yawned nnd  got to hi* feet.  "Now." **s*ild he. n new ring In his  voice, "com-* on nnd ,i>-f������ get something done!"  They ro^pohded to n man  jtv   midnight   lhe   iv-iiur  Iind  gone  "I'm wltb you." "And me." snld  North and the Hough ited in a breath.  "Good!" cried Orde. "You, too,  Johnny Si ras and i'urdy aud Jimmy  Powers?   Bully boys]"  "1 reckou you'll need the tug," said  Marsh.  A dozen more of Orde's personal.following volunteered.  "We've got to cIobc that opening first  thing," snld he, "Marsh, tow the pilo  driver up there."  The opening wns to be elospd by  piles driven In groups of sixteen bound  together by chains. The clumps wero  connected one to tho other by u system  of boom log. und ropes to Interpose a  continuous barrier. The pile drlvei  placed the Humps, while the tug at-  tended to the connecting defenses,  "Now, boys," wild Orde us hln Inst  word, "If she hiiinh to go mm yourselves the best wuy you enn. Never  ml nil the driver.  Htny on top."  Slowly tho tug uud her consort nosed  up through tlie wiling wnter,  "Work fust!" Orde culled to the  mon on the pile driver.   "If we enn  for thus:  -,(       "'���������������������������     '      '-.3.  Tlie mon o' the East  \re  pyking  their geese,  \nd senditag their feathers here away.'  Tn East Lothian there is a rhyme up-  .-ii a Bunny shower, which is sung  hy th" children -wh'Mi their sport 'is  interrupted, by the shower*.  * Sunny, sunny  shower,  Como on for half nn hoar,  Gar ������' the hens' couir,  Gar a' th. shc.p clop,  G*,r Ilka   wife   in   Lummermuir,  liol* at her kailp.it.  The reason for looking in tho pot enn  be cuaily understood. As tho ruin  falls down the chimney, it brings  ".-itli it particles of soot, nnd ns the  pot is simmering on the fire,with tho  ui slightly raised, the olfanc.s are  ';at n.m<! of the soot mny fnll into  it, so that it behoove? the good housewife to look nfter thera. and remove  tiii-m.,.-' '*  ,'.-Whon n rainbow is seen, it is en-  luted with:  HMbbow, rainbow,    ���������  ���������RJn-awa* hnmo,  Come again at Martinmas,  When a"' tlio corn's in.  One ol the finest of these rhymcB is  thnt on n high wind*.  Arthur o* Bower hus broken his hands,  And   lie',   come   roaring   ower   the  lnn<l������,  Tlio King o1 Soots wid n' bin power,  Ounnu turn Arthur o' Bower.  Tho following riovcr fulls to delight  the children:  Iiirtd a little"-sister, thoy called her  PllOp.J������('(*pj '.'.'...')'  8ho wiided tliu waters no di-cp.M.op,  dW'P!  Sho ollmb.d   tip the  mountains,  bo  high, high, high*.  closo tho opening before thoce Iteddlng \ And���������J!JM!kr1.J"tl0 tlli,*lE H,,������ hl,tl onl,*v  logs hit ut������ we mny he nhle to turn  them into onr new channel."  He did not add that If iho opening  wore nnt closed heforo the jn.n broke,  iih bronk It would In it very few moments, the probnbllltles were thnt hotb  pile driver nnd tug would tie destroyed,   liivcrr mnn knew thiirntrendy,  Tom North ordered n pile pineed In  ! the cnrrltige. The liiiiiiiiier defended.  ono eye,  It U, o<f eours", nddrr-iw'-l to a star.  Ireland and Scotland.  Irnlfind in iiimi-r luuu bcoiloiid by  1,'JOO Biiiiure nili������*H.  fcar'htnwara.  Kurllieitwurf *.*���������  uM'ii  u  t)iw -lirll-  The work went forward ns rapidly ns { like wirfm-o by e.NptiMing It when fresh*  possible,  t'our time* the Jam ������hnigged I ly miide to dlrwl rnntni't with lliuues  und settled, but f������ur times It paused ' trom lire* fed with salt,  on the brink of dlsehnrge,   Three ot j >��������������������������� *.    ��������� ���������.  the viutn**** li.wi ln-.t' .���������;..<.���������������>! ,u.u IxiU'Ui, . Th* nuuf uf CvdU^teoJ  I nnd fifteen pilot of the ini*t emmp hnd I    pt Mortln  ! boon driven, j blgbcHt of Hw  "Ono more pile!" breathed Orde,        : nml ulll������tid������>-  English Journalist and N.velist Wat  at First Headed For the Army But  * He Turned to Newspaper Work and  Has Traveled All Over the Empire  . ���������His Novel* Are Characteristic of  His Love of Strenuous Life.  .More distinguished men ��������� from  presidents and premiers, to savants  und social reformers���������huve come out  of journalisms thnn out of any other  calling or class, says a writer in a  London paper discussing Louis Tracy,  the novelist. One would not think so  from a review of the world's press.  Jourrmliwiv hus been the Alma Mater  of nearly every well-known writer of  modern times, among lhe ten foremost nations of the earth, and this is  the excuse, if excuse were needed, for  the inclusion in this series, as journalists, of men who are known to the  world by their books, and nre popularly styled novelists. We would not  have had Dickens the novelist if we  bad. not had Dickens Uie journalist.  Though best known by his books,  Louis Tracy is a' many-sided man. His  career is so typical of the class of  nove_u,t occupying the van of literary  activity in this fir^t decade of tlie  twentieth century that it deserves  some detailed attention. Like the majority of his.contemporaries, he took  his first degree in journalism: He joined the staff of The Northern Echo in  1884. He was then a youngster of 21,  with, a hearty relish for hard work  and sport, characteristics which usually produce a clear-headed, clean-soul-  ed type of man. His earlier years  belong to Yorkshire, with a collegiate  passed in a French lycee. In thu  -county of broad acres he imbibed the  honest love of horses, dogs and guns  ���������wtrich leaves its impress on every  line he has written. ,  Before he took to journalism as a  profession he practically divided his  time between field s:������rts and the work  of the Xst Volunteer Battalion of the  Yorkshire Regime*U. H th,e age ..of  eighteen-he passed," with distinction,  the examination for an officer's certificate, and would doubtless have obtained a commission had he remained  in the regiment. This experience,  joined to subsequent Indian service in  the Allahabad Light Horse and the  Punjab Light Horse, gave him the  knowledge of military matters which  he has used so well in such books as  J!The_LFinal_._y7ar.'____"Thei_Invader8,,!_  and "The Sirdar's Sabre." Her������ we"  have the genesis of one side of a prolific intelligence.  In 1885 he was transferred from the  Northern Echo to the South Wales  Daily News, where he became chief ot  the staff. In 1889 he went to India  to edit The Morning Post, Allahabad,  "and in 1892 he was driven back to  England by ill-health. Next year he  was appointed.assistant editor of The  Sun when that brilliant evening new-  paper was founded by T. P. O'Connor. Botween them, those two fairly*  ���������btablished'the signed leading article.  They substituted "I" for "we" in  Ihe editorial' column, nnd The Sun's  leader*-; were either signed "T.P." or  "L.T."  He*",<*. it. vos Trpey who, one fine  morning, fairly electrified politicians  by introducing a new phrase to the  English language that claimed the  right of labor to earn "a living wage."  Here, too, he wrote the stirring ap*  peals for starving wives and ohildreu  of, Yorkshire and Midland colliers  which drew $40,000 from the pocket*  of sympathetic Londoners, though  those samo lone-suffering Cookneyi  wore paying $15 per ton for coul owing to th������ strike in the mining districts!  A year later he was associated with  the purohuse of Tho London Evening  Nowh, but unfortunately, hnving made  some money .during the South African boom, ho "dabbled in mines"  with tho result that, in J839, ho took  his*first"trip to the United StM������s to  "see tho hole" in Colorado in which  tho hulk of hia fortune was sunk.  That was a s)ifowd blow, then. But  how enn a mnn describo city company  promoting nnd the vagaries of llfo Iu  a mining wimp if he hits riot studied  theso qunint topics nt first hnnd? And,  Indeed, how can a man write nt nil  unless ho has none through tho mil1  of oxporioncef  Meanwhile Trnoy hnd written "Tho  Final \ynr," that remarkable nnd prophetic fomnnce which stirred Grent  Britnln nnd hnd It'** Interest further  iflold. It Ib odd thnt its phenomoniil  kuoodi-h did not eneouriifjo him to continue on tho rond so obviounly marked  out for him. Hut, 'iko Huns Andor-  sen, who wroto fiiiry-tnleu merely to  puss tho timo, Tracy rpfimod to accent  his mlHhion. Buck ho went to India  for* throe., moro yonrs, and, thonco to  America, rendy nnd willing to do anything but produce novels, preferring  .tho' fiiHoinntion of living, practical  journalism. Tho mnn wuh u foredoom*  od wanderer over tho face of tho enrth,  ond ho hnd to go oitRt and wont nnd  south nnd north ere ho settled down  nonr the hub o-f thinu������ nnd bognn to  fdvr* piihUr* utternnhn to thn thoughts  and ininrofidioii'i ho had garnered from  IllUliy   IliliJn.  A vlhitor to Whitby during twenty  years, Whitby, the little old-world  iiooi. nn tau northeast const of England, which he loves us did poor Du  Mnurlor, Irving,  Birkott Foster, ind  KNIFING JN ERMINE.  Cold Trick That Traps th������ Shy tlttU  Fur Pri*s_!  You nre doubtless aware tbii.t the  ermine of which your muff Is made  has been the emblem of royalty almost  since royalty began, la Itus-da. until  vary rw-eut yearn, tts use belun for  bidden to those not ot noble birth. But  1 wonder if you are. likewise aware  that It Is brother, or at, least tlrst  cousin, to the weasel. Krmtne, as a  matter of fact ts nothing more thnn  the weasel or common stoat In Its  northern* coat, for. like other arctic  end su.tirctk- animal., tbe weiiwel turns  white lu winter lu order thut It may be  as ^Inconspicuous as possible "In tts environment of Ice aud enow. Yet so  abnormally keen of sight are tbe Siberian trappers tbat they can distinguish nt almost Incredible distances  the little black Up of tbe ermine's  tall us ft whuSkB across the dazzling  plains.  It is very shy. 1������ tbe ermine, and  special snares must be devised by tbo  trapper to avoid injuring the delicate  skin. Kven the smallest of the steel  traps are too heavy for such tiny animals as these, nnd here it Is that the  trapper's fertility of resource m most  strikingly displayed. Smearing n little  grease ou his hunting knife, he luys It  across the succession of dots and  dashes which show tbat an ermine has  passed that wuy. Along eomea the  tiny white form on It* erratic course  again. The grease appeals to it, and  tt begins to lick tbe knife blade,  which in those far northern lands,  where the,mercury drops to 20. 30. 40  degrees below 7.ero, ts inconceivably  cold. Did you never as a child on a  winter's morning put your tongue to  Rome piece ot metal only to tlnd that  It did not easily come away? So It ts  then with the ermine. whoRe ttny red  tongue is Instantly frozen to lhe steel  as though wltb frue. The knife being  too heavy for tbe little animal to  carry off. It can only wait until the  trapper comet* ui>on his rounds, nnd  you. my lady, have a muff ot snowy  unmarred skins.-B. A. I'owetl. V. H.  G. S., ln Everybody's.  Woman'sWorld  Wiv������a������of   Parsian   and   Bra.il-  lan Mintatara Intaraatina, Woman.  QUEER STREET NAMES.  On* Faatura In Which Qrutsala Out-  doai London er Pans.  There are many bewildering street  names In European cities,' and of  these London presents a bewildering  variety. Bermondsey possesses a Ptc-  kle Herring street _N^r_*tt-raJ^8 Inn  there "is-to be~ "found"a"~Cold "Bat_T  aquare. Most of the Nightingale lanes  and Love lanes nre hidden. Ironically  enough, ln the slums ot tbe east end  of tbe British capital.  In Brussels some of tbe street names  ore really btnirre.' The Short Street.of  tbe Long Chariot, the Street of the  Red Hatred Women and tbe Street of  Sorrows nre remarkable enough to  catch the lenst observant eye. The  Street of the One Person Is. ns one  might guess, an Vxtremely narrow one  But the crenm of tbe Brussels street  nnme surely belong!* ^to the Street of  tbe Uncrncked Silver Cocoiinut. Thin  In the original appears n������ oue ponder  ous word of thirty-nl jt letters.  Tbe 7.000 inhabitants of the Rue des  Mnuvnls Gnrconn signed a petition  praying thnt the nnme of tbe street be  chnnged. They contended that the de  nomlnntlon of the tboroughtnre In  which they reside produces n Und Impression on those to whom they nre  obliged to give their address,  This Rtrept of the Bud Boys wns. It  nppenrs. ho hnmed. In Jhe, nlxteenth  century beenweof the noisy chnrnetpi*  of Us Inhabitant*--- But now It needs  no such designation, tbope who reside*,  there being for the most ,pnrt peaceful  and respectable citizens. ���������".:*'  Among the pecnllnr street nntnes tn  -Purls mny, tie mentioned the Street of  the Little \Vlndi>w������; the Street ot the  Mule's Font, the Street'of the Holy  Fathers, tli-.������ Street ot the Dnnghiers  of Cnlvnry, the Street of tin* Ory Tree,  the' Street of the Empty Pocket nnd  the Botilevnrd of the Good Nowu,-  Hnrper's Weekly.      '  9 MU, by American Press Association  ll_l& AU   KUAN  AMD   MHO.   B. DR   ZilatM,  , _*BI_.V__  Mine. All Khan, wife of tbe Persian  charge d'affaires in Washington, is a  picturesque woman and, though a Bos-  tonese, baa adopted the customs of ber  buhband'-a.,. country even In raiment  Her robes are tbe ceremonial flowing;  garments of Iran and are symbolic of  her rank. She recently has received  the highest decoration the shah bestows ou an alien. With tbat bit of  gold and the broad aasb on which it Is-  fitted was. sent a complete wardrobe-  even to the gold embroidered slippers-  which are esteemed aa necessary to  this ceremonial costume as the slipper*  rand_,glove8���������of__a___Roman_Catb_pHc___pr _  Greek archbishop. Mme. All Khan  has learned Persian Rlnce her marriage  ten years ago and frequently gives lectures In the ancient tongue of. the flre  worshipers.  Tbe wife of Senor R. de Lima e Sllvn.  the Brazilian minister,^ has' beeu a  popular figure ln Washington for  some time, her husband having been  the counselor and charge -d'affaires  before be was elevated to his present  position. Naturally she Is a good dent  of a diplomat herself, und ber tact and  graciousness have done, much to aid  ber husband's advancement  Booksellers' En.MiH,  BooksullcrH' (.iigliRh la sometimes a  peculiar'; product. In h recent cntn*  loinie the nuihor nf n work undor the  handing'of ".Mystlwii Theology" In referred to In n footnote- ns "next to  Ignatius Loyola, per imps the grenteMi  soul sexton Hint ever hr.ndled abov*  ol." The nlmili* Ih sin riling nnd net  qulto Intelligible to the iny understand'  Ing. But It Is In reference to ������ volume of church munlc thnt thin book*  nellcr really lets himself go, "Itellgloiii  hnrmony miint be moving, but nnblo  wit bill j griive, aolomn, seraphic, fit for  n .;martyr to piny nnd an angel to  l)onr,"~*l,ondofi Chronicle.  in ������h������ iM-__imtiM la tha ! mttnY ll������1<J,ll()' bn.lmnt memtiur oi the  I _ Sm 1_ ������: ! .��������� nrtlstic family, ho pitched his tout  4wl������n rexi-ris, both in  a- | ther0 ,or ��������� (,0(!n)lu, *0m myt ..t0lU������  ~0.<m fwi-iiiKune price | ndvl������cdly.   beanuno  he- journeys   fnj  The Cornetltt'a Teeth,  "Do you know tbo great drend of  the cornetlstV" snld n cornet virtuoHo.  "I'll tell yon, non���������fh<r <"*" of bin teeth.  Worst thing thnt could (iiipp-iu (u liliu.  Jt mennn the end of bin playing. No  mnn can piny tlie cornet with fnlne  teeth. When hln own cuspldn nnd  canines ore gone be loses his embou-  ������-bUt������."������-N(.V\r   Vulk i'tvutt.  Concerning Woman,  Leather portieres are among tbe  beautiful things which Mrs. John Hny  has added to her historic home In  Lafayette square, ln Washington,  These curtains resemble those in many  cathedrals in Europe, but they are 11-  luminuted und give an air of privacy  to the,homo. They bang between the  Bocond drawing room and tbo sitting;  room where Secretary Hay received),  bis Intimates.  ., Mrs. Flora Ames of London, wifo-  of, a former attache of tho British  orabnfisy ut Washington, is lu America  on u visit aud will deliver several lectures on the subject of divorce. Sho*  tnyu America is too lax and England  too sovero In Its divorce Inwo, Bho-  suggest, ns remedies a public reglHtra-  tlou of names nt least threo weeks beforo marrlugo, communlcntion wltb  parents if either party eeoms too-  young, tbnt u mnn should have BUf-  flclent monns to support a wife properly and a more strict desertion law.  The wlfo of the French nmbnnsador,  M. Jussnrand, Is ono of the most affable and HiiccoHRful hostesses in- the  diplomatic corps tn Washington. Her  maiden namo was I&llue Htchnrds, and  nlio Is the daughter of a Boston Imnkor.;  Bho bollovos, sho snyB, In woaring  harmonleo rather than tfontrasts, and,  her toilets match In hue from tho tip  of hor toque to ber boots. This win*  ter alio woro n costume In golden,  brown which was ono of tho rlchost  seen in Washington. It wns ti walking  dress of velvet, trimmed with n lighter  sbudo of silk embroidery. Her lint wns  of tbo an me material ns tlio gown,  with a bird of puradltto on tho right,  sldo. Hot furs of snblo woro tho Idou-!  tlcnl ahndo ns the volvet, nnd her boot*  of suede hud velvet uppers.  I'he hummer run tnioothly io the top   of ItMceommndiitluiH. TIk-hiiow there j jj.flold even yot wiien the nioo<f take*  and fell. A hnlf down times more It  ripped, Then henry elm In* wero  thrown nround the iMm-ii, nnd the  stenm power began to dmw the clump*  tou*ether  "none!" cried Tom North.  Is nn dry uh weii-*liiiit- mum.  him, nnd thotiQh he him n lioumj >n  8urrny, Whitby often nee. him.   Tho  Piout With. >(;ault of .ettling .lown to hard work  "Why doesn't our ������**onry sing any I nt the desk fuvcnled itself in n ccr-  roor()ui leu of hook ffrndunlly hut mi rely gsin-  ,                      | "llccnnw th* Urd is smiting."            J}f.Jn ^^^"ll^K^  !    Snrth   uninonrwl.   nn.l   .he   driver' ������| wIMi Aunt Kitti- would molt."-St t Vf���������;,.   ft,   P     ,   .(   1 ill _t"   Z  irimpprri imrk ������'l't. rhe current   The i rx,uliO^*De������H������'.'rflt.                           Son a       , n^novH.o   which  | tug ctiiirned forwiird to nr,,,,,,,,,,,!, the  j "W^ m\0M! bo proud  ��������� hiM duty of iiinding ihe nereii**i>s to- Faahlon Ke������*������.                   ;    Curiously Plough, Tracy is one of  Ditoourigtmtnt,  "Ro ynu luivo quit Inuglitng nt your  wife's hum?"  "Yes," replied Mr, Orowcher. "The  funnier they seem to me the more eon*  rlnced Hlie Is thut they must bu cor*  rect In Bi'ylo."-������Wnsblngton Htnr.  (.ether hy rtfitti* of chn(n������ uiu! (-nhl������*������i,  ���������J'wo men leaped to the n������nilnc boom*.  Orde ninl lln������ Bough 1(<-<1 ������el nbout the  task. They worked from ell her cud to  nic trlmmlnp on th* mmm* bata  Ihol)0Cka alone will nn  tho hnlMo.ep Rnfrlloh novel lulu mn������!  ���������   ���������.  th���������, ,���������������������������,. ������������������ _>k.���������_. I widely tend' in the United Stntoa and  ������Jut they'll srraniM that nitre's no chant*   /-........in  in maKInt out tne bill. .UttlWUU.  -Cl������vtluitd Clam Dealer.  Psyehelegy ef tha Crowd. '  "Whnt mnkus tbe crowd gather so  over thereV"  "Oh.   vulgar curiosity,   I  suppoue,  Let'a go oter."-Oarvard Lampoon.   ������ -������������������ i  Wnnte  not   fresh   t������������rs   over  old  grlefs.-ICurlpldes.  ���������'    Thlnke Our Splrlto Qe te Mire,  iifiuau ��������� VV biUutf, uui* uf Ilu lui c...i>���������t  xvomt-o -ivrltc;ro nnd thlnltcrn in Itonton.  bollevcfl that after death we go to anothor planet, where we enjoy lifo almost tho snmo ns on this eurth���������ontlng,  walking and soolng.. She says the spirit  lesven the body- nnd travels through-  ether, but ^hcrfr. Iii.'something material  aftor all. ������������������Oi^jCt tulnkors^'she argues,  "hnvo poinded but ������l!������t tMff'physlcnl  body is iijoroly the filter covering of  tho spiritual bod&< tf that bo truo our  form wl(l bo tho samo In honyen. Wo<  will hnVtrfenrii/eyfta, hnhds nnd feet-  All that the hoily bss now.* Why should;  w/> not wall, nnd tnllr nnd work nnd,  pursue out; nltnt* there ob we do here?1  1 think wo shall oat The nplrltanf  body will neod food Just ns tho physical body noeds It, although,'of course,  It will bo of a dlfferont kind." She  thinks that perhaps tbo spirit goes to*  Wars or to somo other plnnet after  leaving bore. For that reason ehe t������  eager to communicate with thnt planet. *<-;,;*-,:- 3-\<-. ,. y;-*;y;'������. ���������--'--       *"��������� "��������� ; y-;,-;   ������������������-.:"  ������ *.'       >\-J  ..  . ���������-     -  Wfwnt'l'''*-^^  J^W*<������BfcaWWiM^Wi>|aj-f������^Mil_*i|W������.Tt������w;tl  ���������V>-'U  l/i  '������:  ��������� t> ''  I!   \ '  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Horse and Horse  The' Village Grocer���������Look hero,  John!. Whnt makos you put the big  apples in the top of the bar'l?  The Honest Farmer���������What makes  you comb that long, scnl'p-lock ovor  your  bald spot?  CANNOfTAiffO  INTEREST WOMEN  ALBERTA LADY TELLS   OF    HER  CURE BY DODD'S KIDNEY  PILLS  Was .Weak, Nervous, Run-down and  Suffering from Rheumatism ���������  Dodd's Kidney1 Pills made her a  New Person.  Beauvallon, Alta. (Special).���������Women who are nervous, run-down iind  suffering from Rheumatism, cannot  fail to be interested in the case of  Miss Gertrude E. Reyome, of this  place. She was exactly in that condition. To-day she is as she puts it  herself "a now person." Dodd's Kidney Pills cured her. Here is her  statement given for publication.  ���������"My kidney disease started from a  cold two years ago. Rheumatism  set in, and I was weak and nervous,  and in a run-down condition. I was  attended by a. doctor who did not  appear "to understand my case. Three  boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills made a  new person of me."  Is not Miss Reyome's condition an  exact description of nine-tenths of  the ailing women of Canada? The  doctor did not understand her case.  It wag simple enough; It was Kid-  TieyTrouble; Aiid Kidney Disease  is the one great cnuse of women's  troubles. Dodd's Kidney Pills al-,  ways cure it.  We "never know how many of our  .friends are bound to us by the mistakes we make for them'to criticise.  Ask for Minard's and take no other.  Your health -will fail if you fail to  take care of it.  A Power of Its Own.���������Dr. Thomao'  -Eclectrlo Oil has a subtle powor of its  own that other oil. cannot pretend to,'  though thoro aro many pretenders. All  who havo used it know--this and kocp It  by them an tlio-most valuable llnlmont  available, Its ime-* nre inmimernhln and  ��������� for many years it. has beon prhod as tho  leading llnlmont for man and boast.  A piece of leather can now be transformed into n pnir of boots in thirty.  four minutes, passing through the  hands of sixty-three people and  through fifteen machines.  For 25%ars  I have been treated by doctor, for  itwenly-nve years for ������ bad earns of eczema  on my letf.  They did their bent, but fulled  to cure It. My own doctor had odvlncd me  ���������to have my \*t cut off, but I laid I would  -try tlie Cuticura Itemed Im drat.   He snld,  "try tlicm If you llko but I do not think  ttltey will do any Rood," At thin time my  .le* wan peeled from tlio knoo down, my  'loot wan like a piece of raw (IohIi and I  bad to walk on crutches. I boiiuht a oako  .of Cuticura Soap, a bos of Cuticura Olnt-  .m������nt end a hfittla of Ontloiirti llenolvent. _  After the first two treatments the mvclllmr 1  wcut down umf 1������ two inimll-3' iiw of the  .Cuticura Remedies my lent was cured and  ������the new ikln Brown on. Tho doctor could  not believe hU own eyes when he taw that  'Outlearn had cured mo and said that ho  -would use CuUcuri. for his own patients,  but for tho Cuticura Itemedles I mlffht  'l__v_ KM iny Uie.   I Mft if my KiuVtim sot  the wonderful euro that Cuticura wrought.  I have many grandchildren and they are  ,frefluent uinrs ot Cuticura and I always  recommend It moot hliilily iw a suro and  .economical cure for akin troubles.  (Slsaod) Mur., J. Tl. TtrN.iw,  377. Montana St., Montreal,  (Uticurac  Soap and Ointment  aaotd th* itMwtlett and most Monomial treat*  roont Mr aBm-ilons or lhe akin find m**lp. A  , ein'le otliinl nf CuiK-nm **. ������m! boi ot Cun-  eiwit Oimmtnl ������r_ often sufficient. 8ol4  .throi*himt Hi* wofKI, Poller Dm*-* Chain,  .Onrr>������ Hole l*r.nf.. I'natnn, th*ml |orfrr*3.-n*B*  JOutleure Boot- on treatment of akin lUeMsea.  THE LAWYER'S SAINT.  Haw St.  Ives  Managed to Get Into  the New Jerusalem.  Lawyers are proud of their patron  saint, St. -Ives, and they are. quite  right, for it is a fine thing that a  lawyer, ��������� practicing hi. profession actively, should have.been able, to spare  time enough to earn renown for holiness and for such a degree of holiness,  that the church ha? set upon him the  seal of sanctity. Tves; or Yves, de  Kaermatin lived in lower Brittany in.  the thirteenth century. Little if  interest is known about his'li'fe.. His  briefs and his pleadings have not  been preserved. The' Law Journal  did not exi?t in those days, and there  were no stenographers ��������� to take down  the records of' the courts.  So uneventful was the life of this  oountry lawyer in that remote corner  of thejrorld that his name would  have perished in. oblivion had he not  been fortunate enough to enter  heaven.  How he got there is' a question that  generation aff'ir,gep.(*r**foi-i of lawyers.  have been asked by sceptical clients.  It has been answered in two different  ways, each of which makes a legend  that is.' interesting. One mediaeval  chronicler describes the event as  follows:-  Yves died, a* anyone else dies, the  sum of his years complete. His body  remained here under the ground to  await, the last judgment at that terrible  tribunal before which we shall have  no other advocate but ourselves, our  secret virtues, our silent good deeds.  And the soul of Yves, free and ingenuous, flew up and presented itself  before the pearly gates of paradise.  _At���������_th__door__stood._8_,���������P_t_r,_-and__be?-  fore the gate was a group of nuns  awaiting entrance. Of one of- the  sisters St. Peter asked:  "Who, are, you?".    ,  "We, are religion*," replied the  nun. ' And St. Peter, not unkindly  but perhaps a little hastily,, answered:  "Oh, you can wait. We have  plenty of nuns here."  Then, noticing Yfes de Kaermatin  standing silent and deferential, ���������' be  isked:  "And who nre you?"  "A lawyer," answered Yves.  VCome in," cried St. Peter) "we  hnve no lnwyer here yet."  This,is a very (old story. Yet inthe  remote ago when it was born, lawyer*  had already become subjects for malicious pleasantry.  Watch Cases In Door Handles.  The 15-irl of Keiininre, one of the  Judges at the British Hunters' Improvement/1 Society's Show, is among  the chief' supporters of the Royal  Dublin Show.  Not only in Ireland, but ln ling-  land, too,, the owner ol Killnrney is  looked upen as a singularly nblo critic ol horseflesh. When in the ring  ho invnriuhly rides his own horses,  which are trained nnd schooled nt  LlBnngroe, the curl's hunting box at  Ohnrleville. This district the earl regards as the best schooling (.round  in the world for 'young horses.  Lord Kenmaro is nn ardent snorts-  man, .and hm followed the Menth,  Ware, und Kildare hounds for Rcvcriil  seasons.'-The Konmnre acres nmouut  to nearly 200,000, und,the earl's sent.  KJllnrnoy House, Is a modern mansion in the ''Elizabethan style of architecture, capable of accommodating  more''households thnn two, Tho interior decoration is beautiful, some  of the door handhjs being mnde from  oxquisito specimeAd of chased antique  watch cnooH.  Lndy Kciim������we, a daughter of the  first Lord Ue^ntolto, established the  ���������'K.llarney fuhiitstre Industry," und  also founded schools to tench girls  cooking, laundry, anil noodlo work,  In thin work of education arid charity  ���������ho spends meat of Jior tlmo.  ���������I I   .'-������������ HI ������������������' _ lllll ��������� l__ I���������II. .11,1���������   II   I ��������� ''  Why She Wanted Assistance.  Tho Archbkbop nf .Canterbury li  known among his friends as especially partial to two things, children nnd  Jokes, und is ��������� rntluir fond of telling  tho following story against himself!  As Bishop **! London, ho wns one  dny walking toi the suburbs of the  Britlnh eopitn<i when ho chanced up-  o,i a littlo girl who wns Htnnding look*  Inpf up somewhat wistfully nt a four-  barred gate, "Oh. please, sir," she  a-ikcd, -I'iiry.u open thi. gate* for  meP'v  Smiling upon tho demure maiden,  tliu bishop lifted tho latch nnd pushed  hack the gate, but, in spite of Its size,  U swung so entity that ho snid,  "You're such a bi# httlu girl that I  should think you could yourself have  oponml ho ni** a gate ns this,"  "Oh. I conJil. Hlr," shu, replied,  "but thon I sl**ul<* ltnvo got mv hand*  all ovor freHli paint," ltd then tho  bishop snw fl**! tluvt was just what  had happened to  him,  Odd Chintte Custom.  In China ii Jnr placed on tho roof of  a houso with the bottom end toward  tho .tront Indlcnic. thnt tlio daughter  of tho houso Is not yet of ngo to mar*  ry. Ah soon ns ulio hns developed Into  it mtrrtflgcablo maiden ffic Jnr ffi turn*  cil with Its mouth toward tho ���������trett.  Wuon tho young lndy Rota uinrrlod  tho Jar li removed altogether.  A RISING YOUNG ARTIST.  Miss     Marguerite     Frechette     Hat  Brought Credit to  Her Country.,  Miss Marguerite Frechette, the  Canadian girl, who has been studying art. in Paris for the past two  rears, and wl.*> has had the honor  jonferred upon her of election to th.  Union international des Beaux Arts  rt u.s Lettres, is a niece of������ the late  lamented Dr. Louis H. Frechette, the  srell-known French-Canadian author  and poet and"laureate.,6f the .French  Academy. Her father.V Mr. Achille  Frechette, chief of .the; translation  branch of the House of Commons at  Ottawa, before entering the. public  service, had made a. reputation for  himself as a journalist and lawyer,  and he has also won recognition--'as  "an artist of. admirable skill." For  eighteen years he has beeu director  and for five years secretary of the  Art Association of Ottawa. Her mother was the daughter of Hon. ,W. C.  Howells, formerly U. S. Consul at  Quebec, and later at Toronto. William Dean Howells, the celebrated  U. S. novelist, was a brother of Madame Frechette, and-she also has distinguished herself as a writer of short  stories and sketches of travel. She  for a tim. occupied the position -of  literary editor of The Chicago Inter-  Ocean and lias written two novels,  which , found general acceptance,  "Reuben Dale' and "On Grandfather's Farm." For a long period'Mis.  Frechette has held the office of,.secretary of the Ottawa branch ;6f,' the  National Council. of. Women. ' *,���������{���������*'��������� ���������.  While yet a child ..':-.' Frechette  began her studes in art in Ottawa under   the   direction   of   Mr.   Franklyn  1Br_Q_v.uell,___going,__.late_ to Mont rush,  where she worked under Mr. William  Brylnner. Afterwards she went ti>  New York, and studied there tor several years, returning to;Ottawa eacii  spring to spend the s'umm.-- with her  parpnts. In Paris,-Miss Fr.chett" i-  studying under such well-known maters as Lueien Simon and Rene Me  nard, and has been specially ut.j.*t  the tuition of MadameyLcforees, th  famous woman artist. The young nr  tist has made a specialty of portrni  ture, but has also done some admirable marine scenes and vurious other  studies. C:u of her pictures wis  hung last year'at the Salon, and she  is now working on another, "A Woman's Head," which she' hopes to  have accepted for the Snlon ttii.*1  spring. The model for this is a  I'-rencn-Ciuiucliitii girl ot cliaiacteri**-  tic brunette type. Several ot this talented young Canndian artist's pictures are fnmiliar to Canadians who  have visited Quebec of recent year-*,  as they hang conspicuously in the  dining-room of the Chateau Front-:  nac, The subjects are the bygom  heroes of early Cannda, Jacques Cur  tier, Laval, Frontenaoi Montcalm  u'olfe nnd de Levis.-���������Family Herald  and Wiu'klv Star  On the Cariboo Trail.  In n ator;- of the Yale-Cariboo Wng-  on road, hy 13, O..8.iScholefield, published in The British Columbia Magazine, some entertaining ** stories are  told about the old dayH,  Mr. Tihgloy, a ."fnmous driver, nt  different times drove all the big men  of the country, nnd came to know  them intimately. Hi������ anecdotes ol  then would. (Ill n large volume. It  foil to his lot to drive.General But-  i.-r, explorer and brilliant ntitiior .it  "Tho Ureat Lone Land," nnd othei  books; Viscount Milton nnd Dr. Chen  die, explor.ra and authors of "Th*1  Northwest Passage by Land"; the  Murqulu of Dufforln nnd Avn, om,\ <.������  Canada's greaiudt UuvuriiorS'tiuuernli  nnd uum:' other men ol murk.  When Lord nnd Lady IJuffcrin vU*  Ited British Columbin In 1^78, Mr,  Tingliy, au the best whip in the pro-  vinse, wns nnturnlly stlcctiHl to drive  tholr KxeellunciuH or) their tour  through the country. "Vory line people," is Mr. Tlngley's comment upon  tho Govern-r-Gonornl and Lndy Dili-  ferin. Ho recalls with u twinldi- in  his .qyo, -ievcrnl of the stories with  which the marquis re-jnlcd him ti|������i<n  different occasion., Oiid of thuip will  Ocnr inutitioniug. .���������,,  Lord Dufforln, when ho wns a yotinii  mnn in PiihMn, nlwnyu um-d n cer-  tain jaunting car driven hy an old  IHshirmn who,-however, did not know  I'm.   u.i.i.i;  ui lliu  pitUull.  "Well, Put," -,n\<\ Tluffprln one fine  morning, "Whnt Is tho rows to-dnyp"  "I don't think of anything, sir,"  v.as Put's reply.  Then, as au nftorthought, "Yos  thoy do sny thnt thnt one-eyed Dul-  ,,.:::: u i������v'Ui, Lj u.a^j Kate lluiuki  ton.  Changes, of Time  "Glad to see ye, sir���������glad to see  ye!" exclaimed tho host. "Why, it  must be���������let ,n������ think���������ten years  since you came to our parts."  "Yes; times change���������eh?" replied  the old gentleman, meditatively.  <( "They do, sir," replied his host.  "But you don't seem to suffer from  thnt complaint. Your wife's changed  uiore'n you, if I may say so."  "Indeed!" said the old" man.  "Ay, she looks thinner than when  she wns here last, Used to be���������plump.  Grown a bit taller, too. ain't she?  Afraid she's not the same health, sir.  She's not tho same complexion "  "In fact," replied the old man, dryly, "taho's not the same wife!''  There was a new parlormaid in the  House and Mrs. Bleecer wns in some  doubt as to her intelligence. So she  asked at dusk:  "Bridget, have you turned- on the  sins in the parlor ns 1 toid.you?"  "Yes. mum; ivery tubte. .Can't ye*  smell it?"  ..'    '���������  CURED HER KIDNEYS ."���������  Mrs. John Pettigrew, of Central  Economy, N.S., was practically helpless from rheumatics. She could not  stoop, and her limbs ached so it was  torture for her to be up and around  the house.  As Mrs. Pettigrew put it, ���������"! was  all crippled up. I saw Gin Pills "advertised and sent for some, and' after  taking only two boxes, am a different  woman. Gin Pills arc the only things  that helped me. und I cannot say  too much for them."  If you have that dreadful pain in  the back���������if you are tortured with  rheumatism���������get Gin Pills at once.  , Write. National Drug & Chemical  Co, (Dept. N.U.), Toronto, for free  sample. Regular size at dealers,. .50c  a box, 6 for $2.50.  He Soothed Her All Right  "You'll find," siiid the proprietor of  a dairy to a new milkman who was  taking over the "walk," "that the  lady at 75 is inclined to*' find fault, j  You must soothe her down, and iiot|  be rude to her; she is a pretty good  customer." "Leave that to me, sir,"  answered the milkman'.  "Those eggs you left here-yesterday  were stale," grunted the woman at  No. 75 on the.milkman's second visit.  "Them heggs" was laid 'arf an 'our  afore you 'ad 'em by special quick-  laying birds imported from the Moo-  ley Wampoo-island, ma>m, and th$y  came clown to this very house by  Marconi graph, so as' ye should get  'em fresh. A bit of twangy flavor they  may 'ave, madam, but you lay odds  they worn t stale."  -TheHiault-finding^lady-gasped;���������m  "The milk didn't seem so good as  usual yesterday either." she ventured.  "The guv'nor will be cut hup when  'e 'ears that, madam,",continued the  milkman. " 'E sent down to Haider-  ney a purpus for a cow whnt'll eat nothing' but peaches and pine-apples.  'Never mind the hexpense,' snys he,  'this cow we keeps a purpus for the  lady at 75; and mind jt sleeps on' a  feather bed at night/ he says, 'nnd  don't forget the heiderdbwn quilt.'  Was there anything wrong .with. the  butter, ma'am?"  But the lady shooi. 'her head; she  had been effectively appeased.  Tho transition from wlntor's cold to  summor'B heat fronuently nuts n strain  upon the B.vntem that produces Intornal  complications, always painful nnd often  Hcrlous, A common form of disordor in  dysontcry, to which many are prone In  tho uprin. and Bummer. The vory bent  medicine to tmo in subdnint. th I r painful  nilment Ih Dr, J. D. Ko.loR-tc'n DyRontory  Cordinl. It is a atanda.d romody, sold  everywhere.  . "How did'you get that spring over-  contP" "Had a sure tip on n horse,  race." "I never knew one of thoso  sure tips to pan out." "Neither did  I, So I didn't piny it, I put tlie  money into this avcrcont instead."���������  Louisville Courior-Journal.  Koep Mlnard's 'Liniment In the house  "Doing well, young man, I see,"  "No, just struggling nlong."  "But thnt fine adding machine?"  "A demonstrntor loft it on trial," ���������"  "That now typewriter?"  "An ngont forced it on me for a  month."  "At lenst thouo evpenBlvo cigiirs do-  note ready money."  "No, I smoke ten nnd  return the  rnst/'r-WnshiiiRton Hornld.  Relief for Bufferlnn Everywhure, ��������� Po  wIioho life Ih mndo mlwnhlo hy tint  ������ii(Terlii(r that onmoH trom inillRONtlf-n n������d  hn. not tried I'nrmeloo'ii VeRptiiMo Pllln  docH not know how eanlly thbt.fpn'-lduliln  foe can ho dealt with, Those pllln will  relievo whero others fall, Thov are tho  romilt of lonir nnd pnMont study and nro  oonfldnntly put forward iih a mire c*rreo-  tor of (Unorder, of the dlnontivo oriiam-,  from whloh so many suffor,  Boarder on lenving ��������� "Mmlnm.  you, are ono of the most honest pur-  sons I hnvo ever mot,"  Landlady���������"I'm triad tb hour you  m4 thnt, sir,"  Boarder���������"Yos; your honesty in av*  on nppnrent on tho very front of your  cHtabllshmf.nt, Your olgn suys,  'Bonrders taken in.'." '  Tho world's production' of g������ld In  KlOfl was RHWO.OOO. In 1900 it was  $.50,000,000.  ,    HEATJWD COLD.  The   Rat-iso*   Between   Liquid   Helium  and the Aro Light.  Have you never woudured ou some  terribly cold .winter day, when th������  fulllUK temperature bad loug sluca  pusHed the zero mark, If it could possibly be nny colder any where, and tbeu,  wlsen summer cornea and the mercury.  Is apparently never going to stop  cIlmbiuK, you canuot imagine how any-  thing; could be hotter or more uncomfortable?  Fortunately we live In a world where  the temperature seldom exceeds the  limit* of, say, 50 degrees below.ero  Fahrenheit and ��������� t!0 above. Tbis  seems ii tremehdoua range of tr-mperu.  ture, but It' Ih ouly trivial compared  with ihat found ou every Bide lu ur-.  ture or In the laboratory. Why,'this'  IM, degrees. la. lauft than tin* nintcu  .tlirouifhwlilcb h dlsb brcold..-'va,ter-l������  lieniwl wlieu ypu place .It ou the stove  "to boll.,,'    '       " '.',..".  A mom'iMit'a' thought of some of ihefe,  higher and lower temperutures Is well  worth,while. .Liquid air nt 312 de-  Hive's helow isero is cold, but liquid  tiydi-oj-vn at,421.in still<colder, while  liquid helium at 453.below zero Is the  coldest thing we know of. (.oing tbe  oilier way. leiid melts nt <V2<> degrees  above, zero Fahrenheit, while gold  reuiiii'tm solid up to u bright red heat,  oi- l.lMi! degrees. A. good furnace tire  may get several hundred degrees hotter than this. Platinum, one of the  most refractory of metals, melts only  "when intensely wlilte hot at a temperature of H.2.10.' but even this Is 100  degrees or so less than the* temperature of the liume on your gns stove. (  The hotter a body la the more light  It gives, so tue tungsten lump tlltimcnt,  which runs nt about 4.500' degrees,  elves n brighter nnd whiter light thnn  the carbon- filament at 8.50O.��������� Theelw-  iric arc gives, still more light for a  given amount of current consumed  and generates n temperature uot fur  from T.2ftb degrees Fahrenheit. ,Thls Is  ihe highest temperature we cau produce artificially. No metal known cnu  stand this terrible beat, and even uioxt  tr  refractory substances, such us curbou,  are volatilized .b7 it, '  . But. while tbe arc is Indeed hot. It Is  by no means tbe highest temperature*  .to he found ln uature. There are the  best of reasons for believing that "the  temperature of the sun is some 12.000  degrees or ,more.' and It is probable  "that some of the stars are still, hotter.  This great  heat explains the almost  JlubeHe^iM,^actj_f_)und^bx.,I1ijnglpy_..  that sunlight is 5,000 times brighter  (hull the dazzling stream.of molien  metal from a Bessemer converter.���������  New York Tribune. -  In May Beware  of Dyspepsia.  NWilD HEALTH TfllOTHH AND CHfll.  ��������� _ ���������!lM:ir,,,e������*w,i Ooothino armor Iwe _������������������������  u ih_^^_f'il^L1* ,CD*BII WIND COUCn}  m tbe b������at remtdy (or UIArrhcba M_i_  eoutelv harm\taa.   Be ISA ii������d������k'ta''|_!  FerleiWea'k.Weuy.WeterrEiweri I  GRANULATED EYEUOfl-I  MarineDoeen'tSmart-Soothee Eye Pain  tnatf*. M Mm** In Uaaty. U-aai, Se, Mc. |U������  Minja* Rjr������ Saiaa, l_> Am*U������ Tubaa, 24c. 91 Jam  BTX BOOM AND ADV1CB ntBB BT HAIL  Mui-iME^R������medyCo^Ch_c<Lgo  l...     ,^*��������������������������������������������� '.. :. i.m  Special Notice  TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND AGENTS.  Agents Wanted by B. SHRAGQE,  396 Princess St., Winnipeg, to pur*  chase for him scrap copper and brass,  cast and wrought Iron, old rubber  boots  and  shoes    and    crown   lager  quart, pint and whiskey bottle*.   j' ' >      ,   .     '  ;'   it  Boysl Baseball Outfit Fret  They Both Knew.  ,-When the, war ended Thn.mnH._R,  ���������Reed went to California with,a vague  plan of nettling In that uew coiuiti'y.  He UHed to tell wltb Intense delight of,  his exuminritlon for admission to the  bar of California., A youug southerner  came before the Judpe for examination  nt the, same'time. The Judge asked  tbe HoWtlier'iier if tbe legal tender acts  wore constitutional, nnd tlio young  mnn answered without a moment's hesitation. "No.1' Then the Judge turned  to Heed and naked him the same question,. Mr. Reed wltb equal promptuesH  answered, "Yea."  "Very well," said the Judge, "you nre  both  admitted.    Two men  who can  answer thut question without liCHlta*  lion ought to be admitted to nny.bur.,",  -Henry Cabot Lodge La Century.  Ou  . We ftrt_jri*rlag ��������� Auwiy 1  _ JMltlTelyruXuaMtly fte -  nova b tbe *bor������ tat. It auaamta at a  HaiAat't clove and 0_<Mher*B BalW.k������th  Mil* at cood horMhid* Ukthcr, ��������� NfoleUoa  d>* balL ��������� com ttrapa iptclc aud a rtcuk.  BjMebaU eap. Sracf WiTRr |������.S0 wwrtk  ������f our blrt-fittU embt_a������il_pa>toM*di. nrUt������4  ,ta lovely eolon aad told, TlMte Mil lUte hoi  MM et fl (or 10* i ul mat aaaata toy m.  WbM told, ntur* aa ������_��������� aamar, mA we  trill aaad ytra tba abara ammt Ul������harff������l  tiaoe.      ���������*���������      viudveR. Ouiada.  Very Simple.  A. rnthcr slmplo looking Ind hnlted  before a blacksmith's shop on IiIh way  home from school'and eyed tbe doing*  of the proprietor With much interest.  The brawny smith, dissatisfied with  tbo boy's.curiosity, bold a ploco of red-  hot Irpo Hiiddenly under the young-  Hter's nose, hoping to mako Uim bout  u hiiBtyVotreat.  "If you'll glvo mo half a dollar I'll  lick It," mild tho lad.;  Tho nmltli took from his pocket half  n dollar and bold it out  Tho simple looking youngster took  tho coin, licked It, dropped It ln bin  pocket and slowly walkod away whistling  ;    SUITS  OVERCOATS  TO ORD  [A15$10  Seal for hu Stuflei u4 Meason  Hni.  l30fiAY8TREIT TORONTO  Making Life Worth "LlvlnV  Tho other day I beheld n woman  whono husband oat-ni something Iohi^  thnn $200 a month purcbnslng ber sen-  son's wurdrobo. Into It went oue lint  nt fiSO and another at $80. Hor neighbor's In tho tine building ndmlrcd nnd  envtod. Ono of the bolder wondered,  "Woll, I enn't help it," ������old Mrs. Jones.  "I Juut toll Mr. .Innns llfo Isn't worth  llvln' If I oau't hnvo what I want"~  Atlnntlc.  n Radium BonanM,  Intcrontlng dutirilfl ol the new r*-  jiuju field riNW-ttiijr dincovdroi near  tbo Qucunslnnd border, ACiHtrnliii,  have now beon published. "Tbo radium lode in ri'iimrkubl., bci^g thri'o  miles long, and ono thounijnd feet  above tho valley level near by. It U  mostly manuaiiifisrouH iron or-e, the  outcrop containing scattered Crystal*  of tho radium-bearing minerals, Tiie  ore ii wonderfully rich In ran minerals: radium ores, nioimitu. and  sapphire. The sapphire is not of gem  quality, but %'&iA\ u Ion Ium beeu ������>f*  fered for notno of it, This is one of  ���������Uie blajfent sappKlre patches k\ the  A   aOOD   MEDICINE '  FOR THE BABY  Hnby's Own Tablets is the onn  medicine thnt onn be givon littlo onfiH  with the firm knowledge that nothing but good will rifflult. Thn Tablets  nro .old undor tho guarantee otn  government analyst to contnin iin  opinto nor'atiy othor drug which will  harm the y6imgent ohlld���������thoy cannot  possibly <lo harm: thoy nlwnyu do  good, ,nml. oneo a mother hn.-i used  thorn nlio will novor ngnin ������ive her  littlo onn. cnfitor oil or th'1 "tooth.  ing" fltuffs which simply drug bnby  inlo temporary relief nml in lhe etui  do luirn*. Mrs. IMiilins I'nrndls,  Frnmpton, Que,, writes; "Send mo  two more boxes of Ruby'*- Own 'Tablets.* I hnvo used them' f'-r ronstipa-  tion nnd hiiyo nlwnVM f<>uiul them  very good, ^fy l.nliy i' crtninly  progressing under the Tnblels." The  Tnbleta nre sold by medicine denlors  or by mall nt 2ft cents n box from  Thn Dr. WilllamH' Mcdlelno Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Pithy Sayings of Famous Men.  Rll Wliltnoy-Thnt's some gin, bo-  Hove mo.  Chorion' Dl^ons-Qot change for  Amorlcnti notosl  unniiini-l will,  Noah XV'bhmlvr-mUHl a word or tiro.  Chrlstophor Columbus-My lnndl-  Chlcngo Trlbuno.  ' Hard to Bstlsfy.  Hrctcr (to v.-v.^.iUy but stingy cHen.)  -Olnd you did so well with those  shores I told yon to buy. Client-Why,  I lost a pot of money over them,  Rroker-WImtl Vou bought at two aud  nold nt Bovon, didn't yout Cllent-Ayol  Rut thoy wont up to ten aftorl-Lon-  dou Punch.  Here's a Home Dye  That  ANYONE  HOMKDYIINOhtt  ������lvr������j/i been mure or  Un ol a difficult under*  taking-* Net ������������������ when  'you uee  DYOLA  Sind (orSimplf  Card ind Siory  Mn-ilr*il,Ctn,  juit think or ITI  With DY-p-LA you can color either Wool,  Cotton, Silk or MU������d Oomli Perfectly wltb  the SAME, Dye. No clitnce or uilny the  fjja w^neOoodiyoulimtocobr,  WHONQ  ������  Hie Come Beck  Mrs. Jnwbnek-I suppose you consider your Judgment fur superior to  mine. Mr. Jfnwbnck���������No, my dear. W������  proved tho contrnry whon wo choso to  marry each other,���������Toledo Hindu.  Every mnn hns it times In his mind  the Ideal of what ho should bo, but Is  ���������ot  Wsrrf n, ont,  i'i.. Will,  'I liiti! ������ l>('*������r lh������t  li������il t (tpavln for ���������  long lime ami ! lied  Hln! tiftrlj* every kinil of mcdlciae  ���������wlitn a u.l������!ilior lokl in. tn me  K.-itUII'* Hj>irlil Cur., wlllcll I (Hit  ������" - .. *v������i* <t,*m*i.im.'.).'  M. KOHUNTHAI���������  Hcndall'a Spavin Cure U no  uiitrl������(|.i[i.rimeiil,liutUlli������worUI'fi  ���������lamlaril tniifdy for all Hwfllln((������,  Aon niin.licn anil Miueutu iu horn  ���������nil iiian,  Um-iI the world over for4oy*art,  M'tty lAimer, utor-kman, ttprrw-  min, Ii*. ry proprlrtnr sail lions  uwiicc Kettcully atioulil keep It  alwayi on liaml,  |l. a lotiit-II for |.V   Aik your  ������1f������I*r for fi't* (Copy of our lx>ok "A  TrcatlM Oe Th* llor������e"���������ir������r n*rl(t ua  DR. II. J. KENDALL CO.   66  fjaaabmrt Tafia,   ���������    VermiNsL  W. N. U., No. IH.  .i������.-i  <y<. _  '4*-\tiM THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  QOLtTMBU.  m,       ,,       ,      ,      j   ������,  ���������, NOTIOK is hereby gived that 80 day-  TUB GUinUBrlaUll  I.B^H        lafterdetMi-.tendtoapply to  the  H*������i.  i������������-d  Kvery   Tuesday  <>v  tbe 1 Mirni7 ������' l*nAi fir. lie*.** topn-apeoi  ' for ������'0-<| .ind petrivenm u������der the foreBhon-  ComCX    &     Cumb?? *!^~a   u d uujer the water on tho land* ia  and  ^ub ishing   Comp-*r.y  TiiU ,-ai.w' will nut hold i--*>*lt  ri'i(i'>u-*il)lt* for the opinion*--"! "'���������������-  ������������������i-*, iu* umy appear in ii<> la-uni'iia  tniiii tune to time.  T i'KSDAY.   Jum* 'I th,    10U,  I opp.i-.ite' Saywant 'District and described as  f<db������Wa*.--.Cnmuieucingv t'n put planted  o-i t������i������s Ben b ������eii 1(J ohaina north  of ...tbe  ���������������iutlie-et uortior ������f I o   78  -������������n*arcl Da-  lint, th.uot- <|u*.  e >  80 chain ,   th-iuoe  due -outh 80 obaiug. theoce dno went 05  ohaius nioi'i or lira o high water mark ou  ������eu 'te-ch, theuca  Botth-rly  along said  l> *vl\ to .hoe ml oommenu'ment.  S; J: Kmanvkl-,  '���������>���������-.'       |E,P������i_.w, agent..  DnUd tbis28tb day of Marob, 1911.  TENDERS.  Separate Sealed Toiidors for sup  vlying the Union %k Comox bis-  t.iist Hospital, Cnmburlan-h for  i������ io ywtr from June 1*1, HUl. to  .1-moist, 11)12, with "roui'iies,  ww**, milk and butter. JSuinpleb  ui Tea, Ci'ffec, Cocoa etc., to bo ds-  iivered at the hospital on or be-  fure May 27th 1911. All iwtdcrs  to be sent to P. Dalby, Secretary,  hy*M������y27th 1911.  The lowest or any tetvlo", 'not  ������ccti68b.vily accepted.   a_* ���������  NOTICE.  No sittings will be made after  the 17th, of this month, m those  desirous of having photos taken  will please call before that date���������-  17 th Say.  Johnson Bu<������������.  WANTED-���������A few boarders in  private family.   A pply thi* ottice.  WHITE WYANDOTTE and  PEKIN DUCK hatching eggs  ���������������6.00 per 50; $io 00 p**r too.  Improved Sharpi.ks Strawberry Plants���������$4 50 per 500.  L. F SQLLY,  Lakeview Poultry Farm,   ^ WeiholmerE- &-N,iRy-.  NOriCK is hereby given that $> d������)B  after da-o I iutetid to apply to the Hon  Minister vt Lands (or * lictnue to proepeot  f������r ocal and notrolenm undt-r the foliovbiR  den-rib.-! lands nituato in Soyward DU-  tri< t, B 0,:���������<:oinmoiioii'g nt A peat plant-  ed at the northeast coruer ot Timber l*a-e  No 47, on tho bank ei Campbell River,  tbeute duo wrath 77 16 ohnioa more or le������i  to tbe southeast' corner of Mid Timber  Lease No 47 aud Quinoam River India  Kt-Berve, thence due w.������t 80 chains, thence  due west 80 chains, thence dne noith 60  .haiae, thenoe due east 80ch������ws to place ui  oftauneneenient*.  ���������> . :    Maria Janc Pbikst,  E. Priest, agent.  D������teed thia 28th day of March, 1 JUL  NOTICE ia hereby given that 30 days  after date I intend to apply to the It in  MinUtir of Lands for a lie.*.*- to prospeii  for OOal tudjpttroleum under the folio-wing  described lands situate in Saynnrd District and being tha Campbell lli/er Indian  Reuervo: Commencing at a pout situate in  tbe bauk of Campbell River aud being tbe  north a eat coruer of said R> seivo; theuce  due south 25 chtias more or' Ua* to ihe  southwest corutr ol said Riser ver thence  due east UO chniua to sea ch; thence nor*  therly and totthwe.tarly aloni* sea beach  and Ci������_ bill Riv. r t" place oi commence  cent. K. Pkikst,  "Dated ibis 23th day >.f Maroh, 1911.  -��������� ������������������. ���������������    .   .nil,. ��������� |   FOR SALE���������One i'lonbator  and two brooders, Onpaeity 360.  IVice.loO for the lot: Apply this  office.  NOTICE ii hereby given tb--t at tbe  next ineuting of tho Board of License Com-  miasiouers of tbe City of Cumberland, I  intend to app y for a renewal of tho hotel license held by me for the Cnmberland  Hottl, Bituated on lot 1, block fi, Cuasl er-  land Towusite.  WILLIAM MERRIFIELD.  COURT OF REVISION.  ."���������"A Court, of Revision will be held in the  City Council Chambers on Thursday,  M;iy 18th,Y911, at 7.30 P<������'-*i,,r ,he P1"*  pose of hearing complamis, if -mv, against  the assessment of property in ihe City of  Cumberland for the year 191 ������������������  Any person or persons hnviug complaint, mcsi K'ive nonce in wri/m*. al least  ten days before the d������te of meeting.  Alex. McKinnon, Citv Cleric,  Cumberland, he, April 5th, iqii.  Dated t ib 15th"duy of Mayri91i:  NOTICE h berebv given th it nt the  uext m oting of tbe Board nf L'.o mee  Commissioners ot the Citv of Cumb-r-  land, I intend to ap^.-ly for a renewal of the  wl-olesnlo liquor Hot-use held by mo. nW  unted on lot 12, btook 6, Cumberland  Tdwn.ite.  JOHN MAROCOUI  Dated th'o 15th day of May, 1911.  'maaap*mm*mim'-m*m*mmaia-*mmmammm mammamm ammmmmm'  ���������KM BONDS 10  NOTICE is hereby given ttiat nt th  noxt moeting of the Board of Lieeise 0 m  miseioners of the City of Cu nib-.* r I nnd, I  intend to R'plv for a renevml uf the hot  el HoonRO held by me tbo Wavirly  Ho������el, situated ou lot 2, blook 8, Cumbur  land Townsite.  FRANK DALLOS  Dated chUnSth day of Miy, 1911  An Attractive  Offering  for a Short Term  Investment.  We can offer the conservative  investor for a short while only  an opportunity of phioiug,, liis  surplus funds in a high-class security benving a rate ol' interest  ������' 1&������ P'-r _C(:*-ti'  Only 130 of thcfje Convertible  Debentures at a par value ol' $100  each, 'available.  Do uot gamble iu stocks,  shares and oth������.*r form* of r.pe.cu-  laiiou, but INVKST where your  principal and iu'.crcKi is secured.  VVkitk for fui'lher par icnlars  11 thi-;,\Ui\A 1 v-iiir whi h \������ par-  iiCii'iiriy ar,Mt-tive .'������ iuvt-yiors,  IMoiupt ajiplifatiotj is uecvf'sary  as lHiiuhtT 1.-. iimited.  ������    ( >.;T ii','!!  ,.. , III", v:.-.  t.i< minion  NOTICK is boreby given that at tli*  next nieotluK of tho Board of LioenBe  Commis-ionora of tho Ci y of Cumberland,    I    intend   to     npi>ly    tor    a  ronowal ot tho hotel liovnuo held by me  for the New l.n(*liiii(i Hotel, bltuiitcd on  the oimt half of lot 3, iu block 8, Cumberland TowiBlle,  JAMES WALTERS.  Du'od tliie 15th day of May, 1911  NOTlCISin hemby ������iyen that itt tlio  i)e*tmortiiigof tho Hoard of Lioi-uRoCuu.  mii-HiuOi-iH of tho City of Cumberland, wo  luteiitl to apply fur a loiiewal 1 f tho ho-  el llu'iiso held byws for the V.mIoiiic  ilob-l, nltutitoil on lot f> blook 3, Cnmbor-  lund IWmiUi*.  WILSON k BRAV1HBRQ.  Dutfd this ieth duy of Muy, 11)11,  ~\':\v.V'\'-.'  11"M  V.-incouvcr,  Trust  3. C-  N'������  ii iv  - lei- '.,,     ������������������������   "n-.   li'l   i-nys  .-, ,1 u.- 0 I 'M- n 1  i)   -i<,i'y  l ������   'Im H n  . 1   (; -.. . .i -trm.t-r   ul    Litn-la   nml  j      *i>"������   l i**.it-.   1,1   i_r-������i"'>i   f "f conl  ,        "      -   -i.nl r I.- fi,||. A'iiitf tlit-iib-  .     ' ���������       ��������� '. 'ii (SjivWi/.i D'-'fift. l'.l,*,  ���������   ',���������*���������. '  k <��������� V1'"'"! tt tlio  r      '..  -, ,���������   li-      f  1    .".fl    ,.1-BH N* .48.  1   >\,-f 1 tl '���������   "���������"'   "'.������"���������������.   iti  'l-il.'   duo  ,     ; ,- ��������� ti   -    "    '���������'��������� iu; ". r. Hii'lttlht})*iin,  1 -t t������- r i#. "1 *i������ t-a ��������� t\t t. iv\ 'I'.-ty nf mid  lit -��������� ��������� ���������   .(������������������'. 48    1 et,t. ���������' *������i <��������� .1 MO  ���������1 ..,-���������- cm, ������������������"t'crit  ������ i**u .... m ��������� 5*-m������fl,  *��������� , . .     r  * /���������*! t.  j> ta:..*.'iu>.%., j vt4M*.# nil.  NOTIi Ki������,hereby Igivtiii that at Uie  nnKt nifftiin; uf 1I1111 ard nf LIohiibo Com*  hilikloser* Ior iho City of CnutierUnil, 1  tut Oiid to npply (or a 1 enn will of the wliolt-  ������aU> liquor liuo'iHi liuld liy in-, aitit.U'd 011  ljl 0, blook 10, tJanibDituiid t'liwiiMit-i.  01 AU MUS.-.ATTI.  IMc'l tliUIDthdjy of May, 1011.  NOI'iOE u hereby givtu tint at thn iiixt  miiii'iiii/ uf the bun nl uf Uo-iibo Comroi-t  hui.oi n nf the City ot Cuitiberlniul, I i������*  tftml to npply fur u rcuovnl nf 1 lio whole-  Hiilo liquor licon.0 odd by 111., gttiutod  ��������� .. '..' !���������?, b'-<'.'V", "''I iili.rl-in.l IV*w..������.il,.i  (  \ I'HANK Si'AVAHUO.  I Ptit.rt thin IRth day of May, 1911  j J.������'t_l,lCttl_hei**!'y uivoii tlmt at tho  j i-*l in-r'tlnst uf iho Do.i*'l of blconpo  Cimiii'ifl'-icuorB ottiiotity ol UuiuIibj.  h i-i, 1 u.tend-tn applv lot n roiuwnl of  tin* wlii'lomilo liquor liut'imo hold by m������,  h tu.itwl in .ol U, blook 7, Oui-iborltuil  Tmnjpi'e.  VKJrOR llONORA.  Untod thin I nth dny of Mnv, 1011  SPATES  The TAILOR.  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  I_.adte������' Work  a Specialty.  UKTIUTNG KliOM BUSINESS  SAI<K, *tJoi.-fcje.tii������j4 of r-ing st������g-  ii;^,. hvlilei'^, step lu-Ulcra ������fc  etc,  IJ.JtTlieol������n1i!.  I P������l)'S-  HAYWARD LAND DIBTRICT.  DlHtriot of Sayward.  TAKK notioo thn'- Oeor������o Leiooitur HI-  min������ti)ti, of VaiioiMivi-r, H.C., tneolmtiio,  IntnlidB to npply 'or puruiimiou to |jurcha������o  the following doauribwl IiukIb:���������  Coinraenci'ff at 11 p ������������t plniited at tho  Sonlhwoet cornor of lot 5M| thonoo north  HO ohuitin-tholieo wcit 75 chltine, thonoo  Houth Uto ohaiim, thenoe oiut 75 chain-, >  j.-Uit r������? "rMiuivoini-mniit. OrtutnitiiiiK COO  llC.TPd. W������'0 " IcM.  GKOnilK LkMIKMTKK KlMl.tOlUN,  Itoburt Ho ������iv Oiitmtiut, o������.nt.  DntodMaiehUth 1011  HAYWAHU LAND DISTHICT  Dbtrint nf Snywurd.  TAKE H0T1CF. tlmt I'ntriok Williiro  Lo*lit* Clark, ������-f VMiicouvfir, B.C., law  clera, ItvtcuJn to npply for i������>rm(e������l-������n ������������  {ittrohiw tho followintfdeiori'-oii Undi:  C.iroini ndnu ul 11 i������<wt plnntce! nt tho  Boulhwe t oornor of lot .ri52> tlienooenet <S0  duins. ibttioo eniiib 04 ohithit, tbenoe  we������t 40 chain*, theioe iouth 10 ohnin*.  tlion'M wo*1 *������ olini(|ii, thonoo noith 80  ob-iitR toplncoof toniinenotjueot, oooUin  . .���������...,, m~-mmm-mm-m. .1 ._-.-_��������������������������� I ���������������.. .   -. .   ! j   ^ JJ������JJ jftrCfl, Tft<\Ttl t)T l������ ������-.  An Ad in the   News     r������������i������w,u.^L������u.cMM.  Uo������* ri Hi vy Chetmut, Hj|nut.  CBAlilSD TENDERS oddreisod to'tho  ^ tuidt-r-igued, and ondiireod "Tender  for Tublio lluildinp. Cranbtook, U,0.,  willbu reotived until4,00 P.M.,-.Mundu>.  Juno 12, 1911, for tlio ooiutruotioo of o  Public Buililiiifcf ut Craubro.ik, -13.0,  Pliinu, ppeoilioation and form of eou-  trao can bo eoon und forma of tender ol>-  taintd nt tlio ollleo of Mr. Wm H������nd������r������ot),  lUmident Aiohiieot, Vio oi'in, 1JC, at tho  Pout Utliue, Cinubiouk, mul ut thia Uu-  imitmont,,  PeruouH toudoving nro liotillinl that tend  _ru will not hu ooiuidoiud utilo*ti lniulo on  thfpribtoil lome uuppliod. ������������il (tinned  with tlit ii uctuitl tlgnuiurefl; HtatitiR thoir  (j-oupatiuiiB ami plnuenu reiliioncti. Iu  tho (-.nil ot linn-, tlunoaul tiMimiuri-, the  tuturo of tho (icoui'iltlou mul ptuouuf reel-  (Itint-e of eavh mombir of the ilt-ui muit be  given,  Kucii teudcV mtut l������e iitoninpuiiieil by an  no'-oplod ol Oi-tiu (ii li (ilunond butilt, pa>-  nb)u tu thu oider of tho Huuourablo thb  Ali liimr ul i'liblio W'Tlt*, oqu������l ������<������ ton pur  uont (10 p,o.) uf tl o umount uf tho tendt-r,  whluii Will bo toifoitL-U ii lliu pOlrOII tllllll-  oriuK (led oo to o.������tor luioa oontwotwlioii  ual oil up..ii to do ������o, or Mi to (Joiiijiioi,.  tuo work uoQ.ruutou lur. li U'O lot -dor ii  not iivcoptod the oiioiiue will bu returned,  The Dopanineiit'din.. not oiaH utwll to  nattopt tho lowtut or any toudur.  Uv nrder.  "it. C. UEsIlOCIIKltS,  8,cri.Uiy.  U������pnrtmei.t of Pubbo \Vorkn,  UtMwn, M������y ia, lOU.  Ntwip������iHjie Mill not be paid for thi< a<l-  wflrti������������m*-nt if thoy in^rtii without authority Iron the D������p������r meut.  SAYWARD LAND DISTHICT.  Diatriot of Sayward.  . TAKE ������������������������������������NOTICE" tlvit Willinm  Caldwell, of Uniuk, Out., mlninp  man, intoncls to upply for .po'rmiB-  eion to purohnra tho following de*  sor.boil lttiidu:���������Commencing ut it  poet pinnted ������t the north wen corner  of Lot 490, OiirritiKlon Buy, Buy*  wtird Di.lrict. tliotico following tho  north boundary of otrt400 easterly  for 40 tilinins. thonco north 20  ohiiinp, thonco woat lo the shoro lino  thon������eeoutli������dslerly ond fo lowing  tlophoro lino to tho point of com-  luenceuioiil, containing 1i������ph than 80  uorof,      Wu.i.UM Cai.dwki.i..  Jno, MunBOiMtRont  Dntod Fob. 38th, 1911,  IF YOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO THI-  MFAVS. FIRST-CLASS WORK  8AYWAHD LAND DISTHJOT.  Diatriot otSnywfttd.  TAKE notice tlmt Biduey HoftBinnn, of  /anconver, 11 C, moehnnio, intend* to  npply for pcrmiuflion to purohnne the foU  ldwniB doporibt'tl IiiikIh:���������  Coinmonclnit nt a poet planted ot tho  oonM-wftNt corner of lot fl&2; thonoo nouth  RO ehnim, thenoo wo-.t 80 oliniim, tin noo  north 80 olmini, thonoo owt 00 uliuuu, t ���������  Itlaoo of oniiitiionooiiiout contniuinjr 640  noroi, more nr lorn.  Sidnkv Hbasmah,  j>���������>���������*.���������������������������*��������������������������� flonrv (Ineetnnt, n������ont,  DitcdMnrob������th, lOU*. ^^  SAYWARD LAND DISTHICT.  i      PUtrlct of Soyward.  TAKE notioo tlmt Nnoetto  JoBoph, of  Vatioouver,   B. i\, Spttuter, iutendi to  apply for perwiaaion to p-arolntae the fol-  lowing d(*������orlbeil land*;���������  Coiutncnoing ft a p<������������t planted nt tho  8outbenateornoroflot547������ thenoo north  fiOeii������ln������, thoaoe oait 80 chain*, thenoe  ���������oath 80 oVuine, thooco wort 80 chnioa  ta tbo p tint of Ortmmeteemeot. eonUin-  iu_- t'.W vcu'.i m<ire ���������"��������� ^"������-  Nahmt������ Joitrn,  Ttobort Homy Obeatnut, igon',,  (HiUdUarotJJthJOn.  SAYWARD LAND DI3TKIOT.  D'BtriototHiyward.  , TAKI. NOTICE that Arthur Rowland  Best, of Vuncouvor, B.C.,*t������au������port iijji'i't,  intoiiilH to npply for pormiBflion to pwroha*e,  tbo followhiK doaoribetlUndo:���������Coihraono-  iog nt ti'poht planted at tho eoutnenst oornor ot lot 510, on iho north bou.idnry of  lit ,r������47, thonoe no/rth 80 ahaivo, thenco  cant .70 cbatiiH thenor south 80 cluiiiiH,  thoi10'{-A,eHr..78 ohaiim to point of commence  meut, coMiihni-jr'UOft uorflK/moro or \m.  Ajt'l'HUH KOW'MNI) i'-KHT,  Ijtohort llwury ChC6tiu.t, agon*-.  Dated March 7th, 1011. ___  SAYWARD'LAND DISTRICT..  Ulatvlotof 8������yw������rd.  , TAKtt'NQriyH thftt8Hm'ielllPH������mnn.  of Vanonuvor, U.O,, mt'Olmnio, iiiti'iidn to  npply (or pfimlrsion to pmcliii.o the fol  low I K doH0*iboii lnndf!���������Commtnolud at it.  pont plantol nt the uouthiu^t cornor uf lob  0501 thonoo unit ICO ohiiinm, thonoo wwh  40olialna, tlieuoe woftJBehalno (more or  iom-*) thonoo north B olianm, thonco wn������b  811 oliuiiiB, thonoo north Do ohnine to i oii>t  of oomnioiiooinent, oontainina (100 norm,  more or Ions.  . Samuki. IIkahman.  Robert Honry Ohegimit, agent  Dated Mnroh 8th, 1911.  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  DiBtrict of Say wnrd.  TAKKnotioe that Franco* Hrm-iclum,  wife of W. P, B*rougimni>i of Vntioovvor,  ll.C, intend* to apply for porntbiiiim to  purobniio tho following doRorilted \nnd :���������  Ce-vnirmfrtr. at a pnnt ���������nlnntf-rl 40 ohainu  weatof tho ���������outliOKBt coruer of Ut fi.7.  thonoo oiut 120 odiiliiB, thenoe tout)* 40  ohainu, tlicm.������ weit 120 cluine, thonoo  north 40 eholnH to point of oomroenoouoiv,  oontaining 480 aoioo, moro or leu,  Ftuveiw llniiuniiAM.  Itobort llonry Oheitnut, npnt  Dated March 8tb, 1011,  Weed'iPlieflpliadiai,  The Orcnl Jtattim  Jlrwcrfj*.  Tonee and inTluomMwthe wholo  iWnor-ro-M arjUm, make������j   n.:w  ������,������������    iW1,1" mye\ht,mrv>^ri-.  nut TlbtUty, MrnM nnd Tlmi*, Worry, A**.  Ktf. on roonlnt or ii _   MatfeiiAv^THaWtMMl Asdlotno Oe,  (ftTBw'H Wiaiamti  linn  T������rent<\0������t. THE -NEWS,' GWBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.-  t  ���������is  m nf *��������� m utmjei n ****__***������ *****  T  APPLICATION FOR STORING WATER  ' ___���������__________.  (8 ) The place ot the' proposed reearvolr  for storing Oomox Lake, B.O.  (t.) Tha means by vhioh it ia proposed  to atoro the water by a data at, outlet of  I_*ke. . r-*-    '��������� "v  (it,)vThe area of the reserToir aito or  aifre at eaoh foot in death above tbe outlet  8000 aorei. *      .,   ���������  <v���������) How ia it propoaed to acquire tho  lauduoceusary for the purpo������e By purohase  il utooaairy.  ,(**,} Approximatoly the. number of aore  Jeet iuteudod to be impounded 80,000.  (k.) Wnether it i������ proposed to lower the  water in any natural lake or standing body  ������f water, audfit ao, th*-n��������� *  1. Tne autieipntod extoutof the lowct-  iu_ Not lowered. ' ���������  &. Tbe flwaus proyoBCd to be adopted to  lower aud refill '.","'"'.'  3.' The uiiure aud ohnraoter, in detail,  of tbi work* proposed to Uo'coDstruottd to  provide for the discharge and penning bock  of tho wa-er By oonoroto dam with rogu-  Utitig gates oontrolliug the duohargo.  [Signature]  WKLUNQXON OOLMRIIV COMPANY,   LtD.,  W. L. OouLHON, General M.anoK*-r.  (P.O. udiress) Viciorin, B.C.  Juuu.iy 10th, 1911.  WATER NOTIOB.  NOTICE Is hereby given tbat ao  application will be made under Part  V.. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain ft lioe me in ihe Division of O uwx  Disiriiit.  (a.) The name of Company in full:  'We'lliugtyii Colliery ���������Jcuiinuy; Luni-od,  Tba bead olHoe Victoria, B,C.  Tho  odpital,    h w . dividod, 7ahowinn  amount -juii up S2.010,0000 divided .into  ������0,000 nhares of $100 00 each fully paid up  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No   (b.) The name of lake, stream or  eouree (if unnamed, the description  is) Plinths, go River.  > (c.) The point of diversion: At a  poi-1 above tbo falls on the Puukled.i*  River, Comox Di triot.  Cd.) The quantity of water applied  for (in cubic feet per second):  070.  (c.) Tbe character of the proposed  work-: lieuerati'ig p aut, power wOiks, aud  o electric works, and plaut a 'd other machinery and ounveuienoee necessary for producing power.  ,____._({. ),_rhe-premi*refl^on_whichJ;he_ji[a^  (er is to be used (describe same): On  or iu ihe vn-initv -if t ;e W.-Uiugt n < oHi  eryCompanyN Ltd. property aud holl*  ia(_8 in Comix D *-tiic*.  (g.) The purposes on which the water it* to ho u-ed: Generating electricity,  and 'or light, heat, power, operation of  motor*, enginei, andnuoliinery of al. kinds  and generally for'tin-exercise <>tull powers  an I priyiloges of a po -.er company uuder  Part IX. of above Act.  (i.). li the water is to be used for  power or mining purpoBeo describe  the place whore the water is to be  roturned to Borne natural channel,  end the diflcronce in altitude between  point of diversion and point of return At a convonior.t placo Ix-low tie  fltonghtnn Falls in tho vioinit utlot  , Drown Rivor, Soottons 10 and i-l T , 9,  Coinoic Distnoc. Tio pont o re iruis  about 200 feet lower altitudo than - a poiut  of dl.on.oti.  (J.) Area of Crown land intended tn  be occupied by the   proposed works:  ..None, \ , ���������;,".;' ���������  (k.) This notice was posted on the  e.x'oimtli day of January, 1011, and appl-  ciitiou will bb mado to tho oom-nisiim or  on tho t28rd day of February, .1011  (1.) Give tho names and addroBBon  of any riparian proprietors or llc-  ������na_s who or whoae lands nro likely  to bo affected by the proposoil works,  olther above or bolow tho outlot;  W liiuiit'in (. oliiory i-'mnpuny. Ltd.  Attach    copy of Btich parts of tho  Oompany'a memorandum of asBOCia-  tion an authorize 'ho proponed application and workV  (Hitfiintino)  .WltM.IKOTONOOM.TB   JiY  W, It. Coui.hoh, Oonornl Manager.  (P.O. inldroifl) VlotorU, 11.0,  Holiday  For Sale by all  Hotels  in Kegs or Bottles  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B.  COPYRIGHT,  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -     -      FOR  SALE  BY     -     - .  Walworth-Rolston Co.  Ltd  X020 Westminster Ave., Vancouver, Be C.  &..=  Makea Your EXPENSES Light  Make. Your CISCU1TS Light  Makes Your CAKES Light  Mnkei Your BUNS Light  Makei Your LABOR Light  ORDER FROM YOUR  GROCER.  E. W. G'.LLET T CO.. LTD.  . Toronto, Ont.  NOTICE  . Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking tiny ^blocks,  timber or wood, of any deseriptiodii  Jelongingito tlm "Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off ths land  of the said Company, or anyone  tipping rubliii.li anywhere except  at tho;dump provided, or neglecting to lev.l it when tipped to tlie  satisfaction of tlie Company, will  l.ie prosecuted to the fnll extent of  tne law.  W. h. COUIJSON,      -  General Manager,  "Wellington Colliery Co,y.  NOTICE,  [-tiding oa locomotives and   rail  ���������vav curs of   the   Union   Oolliery  Company liy any   person   or., persons���������except lain crew���������i_ strictly  prohibited.    Employees  're sub-  ice to tii.mi.8al for allowing  earn-  By order  W. L.  COUPON,,  , General Manager*  BOVRIL  is indispensable in the .  camp, and (or all  impromptu meals.  AddalittleBOVRlL  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  ������7  IIUPEKT LAND DISTRICT  District oi Rupert  TAKE notice that Gardiner Alexander Brady Spencer of Alameda  Oal., occuporion plumber, intends  to apply for por mist-ion to purchase  tbe following described landi :-���������  Commencing at h poBt planted  about 30 chains west of the ���������*ou,h  east corner of Section 24, Township  21, thence west 80 chains, thence  south 80 chains, ihence east 80  chains, thence north to south ?oore  of Wolf Lake, thence westerly along  south shore to wesr end of lake,  thetlce eai>t along north shore about  40 chains, thence north to place of  commencement, containing 400  acres more or lefs.  1 Scribed on post, G.A.B.S.'s N.E.  corner.  .������������������'��������� "< Gardner Alexandes Brady  Spencer.  Dsn Clark. Agent  Dated De-ember 14th, 1910.  ,    RUPERT LAND Dl-STRIUT  l)ia*riot ot Rnpert.  TAKE notice that Pndora Mae L*"<-on  of Vancouver, B.C. . occupation j,\Vidow,  i teniix to anp[y fur *por> ia������ion to purchase the foltowirgd'jeoiib'-.t laud*; C-m  nn-neiDg at ot & p-*t planted  ebout oki-  mile north and 40 ohams ewt ot thft R. R  oornerof Seoiou 4, Tiiwathip 8,  theuoe  north 80 obniof,'thenco east 80 ohuin.,  thenco eouth 80 chuhw,, tUeuoo west 6Q  ebaine io place of ootnmenoetnent, coutiiu  intr 610 eorea, m. re or 1cm.- -  Scribed ������-n po^* EML'e S.W. corner.  EndoraMar Lkbso.v,  D.������u CUik, Agont.  Datod Decombar 11th, 19l0.  -,*( * _  RCPKKT LAND DISTRICT  Diatriot of R������i>ert  TAKE  NOTICE   tbet Adelaide Eater  O'atk    Br-wn,   of   Brookfleid,  N. Y���������  married woman, iutonde to������������pply f*'r per-  iniBiion to purehiue tbe following; (ieeflrib-  odlandt-:���������Oohimeuoiiig at a peat planted  at lontliwest oorver of Sco-iorn 19������ Town-  ahip 9, thence north  80 ohaine,,   thenoe  eut 80 vhaint,   thenoe   eonth   80  chains,  thi not west 80 ohaine to plaoo oi eoinmen-  ment containing 040 aorei more or leK.  Betibed on pout A.E.C.B'a S.W. cor  Adelaide Kstkr ih,t.wt Bbowk.  Dan Ciark, ft^tit,  Dated Droomber 19th. 1(110.'  RUL'KRT L������NI> DISTRICT  District,of Rupert  TAKE noth-e. that John" Henry  Kerrin.h Uie hard-son, of Vancou  ver- B. C, occupation Si earn boat  Sleward, intend" to apply for permission to purchase the following  described lands:���������Commencing at  a post planted about 40 chains  north of the southwest corner of  Section 3, Township 21, thence weal  80 chains, thence south 80 chains,  thence east jQ chain*?, thence norfh  80 chain* to place of commence  ment containing 640 acres more or  lees.  \ J. H. K. R-sNE corner.  IjOllN  HlSNkV   KKRltlNSB   RlCHAKD-  eon.  Dun Clnrk, Aqent.  Dnted December 16th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Dietrict of Rupert  TAKE notice thnt Richmond  Charles Bis>e of Vancouver, B. C,  Broker intends to apply for per  mission to purchase the following  described htndi-.:���������Commencing at  a post plantediit. i post between  Section 18k, Township 9, and Section 13, Township 20, thsnee we������t 40  chain---, thence south 40 chains,  thence west 40 chains, thence south  80 chains; thence east 40 chain.,  thence north 40 chains, thence east  40 chain*., thence north SOehains to  piace of commencement, containing  640 acres more or loss:   ,  Scribed or. post RGB's N E cor.  Richmond Chaulks Biss.  Dan Clark, agent..  Daled December 19th, 1910.  UPEKJ   '���������  Disiti  * .**  -if  ;IK  Im,  TAKE mxkt-ib*'..:-'eit-..,p_. J.- ���������'���������'  Tusker of VuiiC^o^r, B. f.}.  c. ���������  pa tion Expresf- M������ti.^ -r.; '.not i������  lo apply for permiueion to }ui������.   <(*������  ihe  fdi    ing dei'ciilfd   lands.:   ������������������  Comm   cipn   ui  u ; i*ct;t   p!?>.*������*<*.  abo    i)0eha.in>.>vc!.  oi iho .'u*'.  on    cornet  of Se-.inon  24, Tc^'..-  ship21,   Utc ce   wom   b0  ch������in������,  tlienceVouih 80 ci.aui., u.ei.c������ ea?i  80 chjiine, thence noith  80  cluiina  io place   (.f  c-iniuit*nce_ri������*nt.   oon-  laining MO acres more or !**.*.  Scribed on po-H Ni������ J XV N.K-  Bktktram Jamkp Ta-kkk,  Dun Clark, a(*G_it  Dated December 14th,. 1910.  m^m>maM*amammmam<^e>eM_i-������e������������^iMi*������ wm   n������  RUPKRT LAND TilfiTIllCT-  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Marguerite  Leitch of Vancouver, B.C.. occn-  patiyn Saleslady, intends to apply  for permieeion io purchase *he following described lands:��������� *  C<������ramencio|,'at a'post planted,  at the n-vth eact corner nf SiV'ion  34, Townsliip 20, theuc������ weet 80-  cltaino, ihence south 80 ohaioi^.  thonco eft! 80 tjliain*, thenn> north.  80 chains to place of eonomene--*-*  ment, containing 6-K) uores, more  or lew. _ v  Scribed on poe<, M.L.'b N. E. cor.,  MaHQUKBITI. LEITCH)  Dan, Clark, Agen;.  Dated December 16th, t!>lp. v  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  TheOontial Hotel for Sportomon  None bill tlio Best of Wines and Liquors  At ilie linr,  RATES  REASONABLE  I   FAIRFIELD  |  != STORE ���������I  % J. JACK,   Prop.,  %    A Fine Assortment of  4     the Choicest Gaudies,  jj'     Pruits and Tobacco  Vancouver Ice Cream,  4. Dunsinviir Aye.  Cumberland *  RUPEKT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  ��������� TAKE NOTICE thut JamcB Bradehaw,  of Emporia, Florid*,, oa;pouter, iute_ui_  to npply for periuiBai(it) to purchase tha  following'doBonbed laoOa:���������Comtiunointf  ut a pout ulant.d 2 mile, xrnnt ot tho 8.E.  uoi-utr ot Sooiiou 'ii,'township 20, tbenoe  m>rth 40,oh iua, thenoe west 80 oliainB,  tht-noa eoitth 40 ohuiua, theaop e-u>t 80  ohniuB to place ot ooDiinuuoemont, oon-  liiiuiuff 820 aorea moro or loan. ���������  Scribod on pout J B'a U.K. corujr,  James Bhadbuxw,  Uiui CUrk, agent.  Dated Deoembnr 10th, 1010.  . RUPERT LAND- DISTRICT  Di_������.nct of Ruqert  TAKE notice that Delia Brooke,  of   'Vancouver,    Ii.    C,    Married  woman, intends to apply  for per-  misfion to purchase the following  deecribed lands:-���������Commencing at  post planted at the   northweBt cor  net of_ Section    30,   Township   9.  thence eabt 80 chains, llieiice soiitih  80 chains, tlicrce weat M>- chains,  thence north 80 choina to place of  commencement    containing    640  acre? more or less.  Sc>ibed on Post D: BV N.*W. cor.  DBU-A BllOOKS,  Dan Clark, Agent.  D.ited December 17th, 1910.  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT    .  ' District of Rupert  ���������  TAKE notice J hat E'clp'a  Fi-*hor'  Spencer of Alamoda, d;!., manied  woman, intentla'to apply  for  per-*-  mi.fion to purcha'eo  llio following'  de<=cribcd lands:���������  ���������  Commencing at a  post* planted >  at the' >outh v^-r-.t corner pi  Sertioh  2   Township '2J, thonoe eact   80  chains,   thence  north 80  chains,  thence west 80 ohaine, thence pouth.  80 chains to ulnce. of' romuHiiCi:-,-  m.nt, containing 640 acrea more or  leBR. , ��������� - ��������� ,.       _-v-  Scribed on poPt E.F.P.V S W.cor:"  .  Edna. Fisher Spicnskr  -Dan.Clark. Agent/  Datod December 16th, 1910..  John Johnston,    Prop  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Diatriot of Rupert. .  TAKE .NOTICE tbat EiwurH Dyko,  ot Biutfbumtoh. NY. coi.eliiri-'o,in'ei(l. to  apply tor -poriDisflion to purohaao the following described lunda:-���������Comn.encionK at  a p at pUnttd 2 ��������� triilon    wt-Rt    ot    ������h<*  south east oortinr ot Motion 24,������T<mn.liip  20, ihonoe we������t 80 olminn,  ihunoa   fouth  HOchaina, thenco ewt 80  chain*, thtnee  north 80 ohcins tupliou otoonimoiisaiuunt,  ounuianu640auras, more or Lha.  Sorlbud onp'BtED'fiN.li, comer.  KbwAR'n Dvait,  Dan Clark, Atfoot.  Dated Do omW UUh, 1910.  )  lixtriioii from tha nkmohanhum ok ahsooi*  AVI0VOP Till! WRIiIiINOTON C/0l,l,Iltlty  (.'(IMI'ANV, UMITttll.  {%) To aoquUe by purohaio, grant, leate  or lu "iiy other niauuer... wuter or  iii.ht������to water   Id] To o������rry on tHo lnulnca. ot   eluotdu Ui.ht, heat nnd powor supply   [ul To inamifnotiito uud tiBe i������B a mollvo  powor oltoti loity....'. .������nd tonwimfactiiro  or noitiiire pi nit, miohl-wy, appuratuii,  mul mntoiiiilHof M-oryltinl f<r ������ho pro  dncinnii nnd dintrihotlon (if* oli-otrlo.ty, ..  t������Kini������r������tti, uio or Umpoio of *mpi*!y or die-  tri<mt-i rj������������3triv;i'i'  tor H������*MI*y o<*  mot;vo powor and io omifltruot, lay  down, Oht.bliuli, and anrry out oiiIiIdh.  wiiOR, linen, auouinulutoiH, lampii aud  worltH.  NUTI0E TO THE PtlHLIC.  ITuvlng built a Inrgo wofohousoand mill  at Cotirlnnay, 1 will In fti.uro koop on  hindaiitookof nil tindn'of liny, OmIii,  imd VomI at lowoHt markot rates. A  npeolnlty will ho made of roller orUHhod  feed fnl' howi whloh vill make, a mivlnuf  of unu third in thn'oont of 'frod. Ordom  Bivun llio loumatcr or hy phono *wlH ho  promptly lillod. Tlmnkln������ you for your  pair iiUK'i in tho puat and Kolioitini. a oon  tinitmiooof tho samo on broader linos, I  ben lortii.ui n  Yours lo command,  HYRON CHAWFORD.  ���������y o  ���������    o  (���������  P.  ������������������  Dealer in  |       AIX KINDS OF  i; Fruit, Candy Cigars  :;Cigarcttcs& Tobacco. |  Bonova Block,  OUMUBU'LAND, IU).  I  Applications Wanted.  CITY OF CUMimULAND.  AM'LICATION.S marked "Anphca-  tion for CJity Police " will be n ���������  ceivad by the iiiidei'Hi������ricd up to Mon*  d tv, May amtf, at 6 p.m., for the position  nf City 1'olice for ni(jlit duty. Uuiiei lo  C'mmer.ce May 3tat. 1  Suirv $So per month anil one suit of  clothe* por *,Mr,  Applu'int iiium he of ������ood moral clmr-  nct������i* nod of _tr:c.ly temj erite li.bit-t.  A. sifc:Kf.VNON.r:������TvCf.nric.  City H.tll, M.iy ami, 1911.  UNION S. S. CO., of B.C. Ltd  Namaimii-Umion TIay- Comox - Camimikm-  HtVRIl Routk,  SallioB aa updo"*-  Twill-iorew h oiimur "COVVIOHAN"  hunvm Vaocouvor Thumday fl p.m.  Anh'-J 1Tr_*.*n  (fo** ("lunlioilniidl frlflity  moiiiin������ 1  AinviK C'un'ix Friday mnrninn  Arrivo Urtnipboll ttiver liiday noou  lUturninB;  Lv  Comoi Fridwy 4 p 01  ���������< Unum H������y       "   <"'   "  ������������������ Nanaimo midnight  hoiivca Vn-iooiivor, Saturday R p m  Arrlvoa Ni������niiitno, Bafurday 12 p m  Arrlvoa Union, Sunday fl it m  (for t/'uinli-*rUool  Arrive*Coniox,  .*nndoy8aro  RoHin.iu(r:���������  ���������������<������������������<��������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  a_^_t__u_^l   t_m  t_������_ -_a\    laat   taat,  JOHN McLEODS  KOIt irJKST-CLAHrt  CANDY, FRU1TH,  CI(������ARB * TOBACCOS  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKR KOTIOIS thnt OharloB Judaon  Minfer, of UtuoHOo,   N.Y.,   totirecl fatra-  or, mtendfl to apply for pormiBBion  to  EurbiLvo tbo following dc������uribod tntid*-:  Jjiii o.oinunt a poat vlauted2 mi-es  west 01 the SE toruor of Sootlou 24, Town  (���������hip20, thence mrtii 80 oluhb, thonco  cant HO uhtiinx, thoiino aouih 80 ohainu,  thonoo wn t 80 oluiinB, to plaoo of oimra-  oiooment, O'-ntalninR OtO uoron, moro or  Ion*.  ��������� ��������� ClfAUI.KK Jodhon MlNMU  Sor biid on poat CJ Al'a 8W ournnr  Dan GUru, Agout,  Dotodl) o'inhor 10th, 1010,  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  Diatriot 6f* Rupert.  TAKE ItrOTIOE that (Jeorgo Olrttis Li.  rooqno Millir, of Vanoouvir, H.U.- inoch-  aiiluul onuinior, into tin to apply for permu  Blon to jnito'iiiHO tho followt ��������������� de^orlboil  liuidii���������Oioiimunoi <u nt 11 p -ft plunttu one  mio com of tho ��������� orth vwu corner of Siot-  ion 18, Towiifhlp 0, thenco eiut 80 dialm-,  iho'ico nnr h 40 oIihIhc tho 00 wr t 80  ohaluB, thonoo aouth 40 ih dim to plaoo  of ooaimbiioomont, co,itaiulti������ 1120 uoron,  iuo 0 or It-Hi.                     .  Soribed on poBt (HII.M'h 8W ttorlwr,  OltOROR UIKTU'H Laiwcqub Mllit.r.lt,  Dan (Jlurk, A|,oiit,  Datod Uoomber 20th, I0j0__   RUPERT LAND DISTRICT.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  DUtriot of Rupertl  TAKE NOTICE tint Thomae Fredrick  Toikor, ot Vancouver, B.C.. tologrn-ph  oper������t������r, Intends to apply for poiuu*-  Pion to *, puruhnao the following defloribod  lauds:-rComuionoing iit a poit pUuUid at  tho north wod onruor (,f S 0 ion 18, Iowa  ulilpO. thomo south ��������� 80' obaina, thMnte  ouefc 80 oh>hi������, thonoe uorh 80 ohaina,  thei on wont 80 chains to place < t oon-  moncoment, eoutaiuiug 040 m-ros, uiord  Ol1  ll'.BH. )  Soribcd on port TFT'a N.W e-rner.  Tikimah FnBuienicK TAHiCKn,  Dun Olai If, Agont,  PitedDicomberlOtb, 1010  ���������RUPERT--tA-ND~l)ISTBICT-^-  ,   District of. Rtiprt.  TAKE notic-* that Hahiee At^br  of Vancouver, B,C, married ttom.ib  intends to apply for prriuiw^ion to  purchase the following dt*orftfed<  iahdi:--  Commencing at a  poll planted  at the iouth east corner of Section  3, Tow.nnhip 21, ihe.:ce noeth   801  ohaine,   thenco   w������at   80 cbaina,  thonoce   south 80 chVng,   tlMiac*  ertut 80 cbaina   to   plaoo   of  cm*  nicncemont, containing 640 a<Wfc  more or losa  Scribod on p������������t, PI A.'s S.R, 0,01. ''  HaiiJkk Asiihv  Dun Clark, Agent.  Dated December 16th, 1910.,  *  Cook'a Cotton Root Compound  Tho rreat Utorlre Tenle. aud  only auto ���������tftotual Monthly  illtiffulntor on wliloli women oau  depend. Boldtn Ouroj dwroAa  plpiromrth-No. ���������������, ii������ Ho. a,  iOiU'irrei'eettoniwr.Ml Np. 5,  p-unp&a^MM*  IMT0.0NT. UertmriU'Y  __.._������������������ W'_ .  if  mtmMtwmimmJm\  WHH  'fl  0  0  I  ������  0  I  Uivvea <''omox. **i'ti'hly 1 p m  Utavm Ud'i.. Min-iiiy f������ V ">  Uiv<h Ni.iaiiiin, ^iiniliiy nndlu'it  [���������lliliioot iO cti������UK������- WHIicu. to i,.J  Diatriot ot Ruport,  TAKK notice that Harry I'alton  Archihnhl of Vancouver, B C , on-  uli.oor, intontla to apply for pi-rinla  nion to luirohopo tho following <lo  rcrlhed lands:--*Conmic-wing at  a  pout pliitiloil 4 cluiina north uf It) M  I.ccuon'B uouthweit .corner,  thenoi'  north 40 ohainif, thenoo w������4  40  cha'nH,  thenco  nouth   40 chuim.  NOTICK li horihy gUea (hat ou tho first I thonco Ml 40 fhatiis  to   place   ol  day r������( I'Vcendtrr mxl ������i*i,iUo**tSou will  Iw|ooUJniiMlceiiiCI������l,     Oonlaining    100  m������d������ to the Superintendent of   Provlnoial  Police. Vloloria, U,t tha i#nnWBl of the ho-  Ul   lio*' an  lo ������'ll I (tuorn hy retail in Ihe  hotel know* -* the P irt AugiitU hotel, lit  uaieil It Unr-ios, H.t'. J.Ii Uokun.  DaUd Octol.fr 11, WW.  fcrei, mor or lorni,  Scrihndon p at H.P.A.'aS.lC cor  Haimy Patit.m XifcttntAMi,  Dun Clark, ogent.  Hated Deo   litis 11110.  I  I  <  f.  e  d  T3  O  ��������� O  -   mmti' .  00  (J)  QJ  m-mmm  V  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Diatriot Of Rnport.  TAKE NOVIOIt ttiat Lilliea Shoppari,  of Vancouver, P.O., married watiaa. fa- .  tends tn acply for pnrmi.biitn to miroha-*.  iho(ollowiogdmoribed lavioe:���������C>tnm*r>  crny *,t, aj-oit planted at the ������o*������h oatt  . oiTtii r id 8< otioh S4, Township fll ��������� th * n c������  worth HOobiilii", thenoe -went 80 tUt.\uu.  Ihonoe noutli 80 oliuinn, thonoe east .0  oh tins t ��������� placo of oorarnraonoemiirit, ooi>  tninin. UtO nor.i, more or lean.  Bo-ibtd on post LS's N.E. eofw-  LlLMAK PHKrrARB.  .Dm Clark. AgMat.  DnUd Dcoorahor Utb, Wi% '  _.._���������. ^____������^   RUPBRTLANDM8tRI���������T ,;  DUtriot of Rupert,  TAKK NOTICE tlmt William Wndman  Shcppard- nf   Vanoouvor.    B. C,   oah-  iuet uiakor, ialaods to npply  for poimis-  nioii in parohwin the foliowinff daeorihml  Und������:Oomii Mucldfif at a post pjtatiti'd dhu ,  mile wi������fc it iho Mtttbcaut Oftnuff1 <-/ Sc**-'  lion 24, Townellip 'il.   Ui������n--<- mi h  ''n  ehnioa, thonoo vm M*<.haiiiFt,   thci'o  iotttb.80 ohaius, thoro on������t so ijnrin'-   o  plaoo "til oonimoi comi,-i<i��������� cont.i-.     .'.A  aorHoiOi-aor !o h.  "Bonbadoiipi'nvWP'a fl V  *.������ uwr  I-    \VlJil-lAM WaOMAN f-MI'.l'f'MII'  > l        lit>u i'ii. rl'i Aj-'il  DirM Ik������������mhoi- ISM'. H������l'i.  ��������� .RUrF,HT!i/tNI)ri|8THICT  Diatriot of Kuparr,  TAKE NOTICE that MT.liinw K������n������l-  rlokTa-kbr. ������>' V������noenv-rD,0,������t������nu',u<''"r  orn nffant. into- d������ to apply fm T>w\mi'f<'<*ri  to purohn.u thn t Uowh ^ (Uaorihed i.-iudi-:  LViiiiiii.nolntf ut i! i-oit.plautoJ abour 1  tinlo-rnxt of tlie northw������St**i������rnVr,of ������ih������  tii.n lfi, To\v/.M"ip0, thHioarrurtwohhlna  tiflio** houth UO i-hait* , thvroe weet ow  flirthia, li������" v?*- -or I' ^ ��������� *'��������� ���������-' ���������" l'Uo.������������f  cotniiH-iii! wen*, 001 iHininff <M0 woro  moro nr low. ���������    -���������''.���������"���������*'  Sorl ������"l "it po������t W^T'r-N.W. owner,  William Kkmi������������icw Ta������ik*������-  iJtiu OlarV, Asant,  uni--'. i. un'*!*. I'J U, 1SW.  !aiP>RTIiAKDI)lflTRlOl,>"  Do-tdoti-f Kniort.  TAKK NOTICK thnt latbdU Monk-  lon������,    <-f   Vi9ooov(.r,   II. 0..     ���������������lt't  ol rk, iiremlo to apply for pirpmal������i to  t.u.cliiu'c  ln*-(nl.ow;it������'t(ai������*U>*il������   ���������������������:���������  Comiafiiolmi ������t 1 port.pli������������������ *A M Ti>"���������������*".-"���������������  -c������ f^-ni-r nf **������% n W. Towr-aolp *���������-  tin* WBi-.'t'i W oJilni. tht-'M -*>*t Hal  ulii-inn. tin 1.0    north do (4a*la*. Hiru#>  %aa\ 80 h ti a, to i-lao   of pa*tmm.  dip -t. ������(n-tulnt'MtOi'ii Orr������.������a0i*������r Hi*.  Horib d on poat IN'* IH W, amraii  llA������KIX4.*l|0ViH������*ai'a>  r>������w< f'eik, aaai.t,  l) twiD,<i������Jib* lfiitw una  \ 4^^H������l4H44>������*H"hV>������t-|-������fc  _____________��������� ..:*��������� ;. -?...  - ������..������������������*���������  !������','  Mi  7 ���������    ',  ^ '  .M  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  WHY THE WIND BLOWS.  .-������.- ��������� .  MOTHER!  DOiYDUKtoOW ���������  T__rl.when.yqu. .pajt a ���������  salve onto your child'$.skin������-  it passes through Jhe pote^  and enters the* blood, fast  as surely as if you pot-it ���������  into the chUd^stonwch?  You would /not' put   a  coarse mass of japimat .fat,  colored by variop^miheral*  poisons   (such.,' .a^.'.many   .  crude salves ^-re) into your ,  child's blood by w.ay pi the  stomach?  .Then-Vtarhy d<>  so by way of the- pores 2  Take no risk. Uie a'.**ray_ the  pure h.rbal et.t.nc.8 proved in  Zam-buk. Z.m-Buk contains  no trace of any anirbal od or tat,  and no poisonous mineral coloring matter. From start to ituisb  it la purely herbal.  It will heal .ores, ulcers, absces-  ut, eruptions, varicose .ulcetif ;���������  cuts, burns isd bruises mere  quickly than any other known  preparation. It is ai-tfceptfc.  qu.ckly stops the nrhartlr.g of a  ere or cut, cures piles, inflamed,  .ore. and blood-poisonin.. It is a  combination of healing power and  ccientiilc purity. Atk those .who  have provtd tt.  411 druppifti and ttnret (Ot boa or  Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for pries.  I  JflMBUK  Tho Bas'lo Prinoiple, the Tendency of  Hot Airs to Rise.  .The wind, like otne������ things of every,  day life, rarely invites notice unless it I  Is unusually "high." and rarely do we  henr the questions, "Why does the  .wind blow'." "Why doesn't the wiud  blow?"'  Whnt Is this wind that rushes "out  of the nowhere into tbe here7" Why  should it blow at all, or why some-  times' so nentiy and at other times  with the resistless force of the hurricane?  The wind could have no power. It  ooulll not even exist, if the nIr hnd no  weight, this weight having been shown  to he til'inn thirty-one grains tor wii-h  yhundred cubic inches of air, When nir  js put In motion the effect Is lluV Hint  obtained by throwing n bail against att  object. The harder you throw the hull  the harder It will strike, and the greater the number,of balis throwu in one  time the greater will be the force of  the blow. When the wind is blowing  It strikes what It blows agalnsi. ninl  the hurder-it blows (tbafls, the greater  ���������the speed of the air) the harder it will  strike against the resisting object. .'  - \yiyit causes tho wind to blow or  way the nir should be in motion Ik nut  easy to explain. Simply stuted. it is  .caused by the tendency ot* hot sir ro  irlso'itnd thus to form a partial vncunin  Into which the cooler surround Inn air  rushes, in much the same way as  water will rush downward to seek its  level. If. the earth-were smooth, tr it  did not rotate and If there were oo  sun the air would be motionless. Wtien  tbe sun shines on a wide space of itit������  earth the air of that region h-Wiiii-i-  heated, this great'volume of warm air  rises nnd the cooler, heavier surrounding air flows In to take Its place. ' As  the earth rotates there tends to lie  formed a ring of heated and rlslug'-air  with currents inflowing at the bottom  and at both sides. This is the condition that prevails hear the equator uud  causes the. trade winds that blow so  steadily. The' rotatiou of the earth  causes the wind south of the equator,  to flow toward the northwest and that  uorth of this line to flow toward tho  southwest.���������St. Nicholas.  WAGONS  For Strength," Wear, and Best  Service get the Famous Adams  "STANDARD" or "SPECIAL"  Wagons, Double 3raced with Steel.  SOL.O  V   AtL  COCKSHUTT  .   Couldn't Break Him  King and Fales were looking at  Mrs. Smith at the ball. "Fine woman, that," said King, "but I hear  that everything Smith can make goes  on her back."  "Well," said Falc's, "judging from  her now he must be. making almost  nothing.".- .       .**  . The. alligator has a groat snap, but  even a lazy man doesn't cure for it.  NERVOUS DISEASES  IN THE SPRING  should BE IN YOUR HOMt  Pointing the Difference  She���������I see .that "Wolf, the reining  promoti-r, is' in town.    Do you know  Jl he_js_back_hero for good'*- __^y_~_  " "He���������I" "don't believe lie" is, but" lie"  will probably remain indefinitely..  Worms sap the strength and undermine  the vitality of children. Strong-then them  foy uning Mother Groves' Worm Exterminator to drive ont the parasites.  ."Flag of" truce, yout- Excellency."  '"Well,   what  do  the  revolutionists  ��������� want?"  ������������������/'They would like- to ��������� exchange o  couple of- generals .for u, can of condensed milk."  Minard's Liniment lumberman's friend  \ ; ���������-       What would happen to you'if Jus-  "T.    "tice.should happen to triumph?  :'..���������.-.-.   .... No woman' fools dressed up unless  ?.'������������������'..'���������*   she has on a fresh pair of hoso.  TJlood Poisoning is often cntisod by  ���������"��������� ��������� ��������� (slight 'culs or  wounds,    Death  mny  VtOflult,     Hnmlins   Wizard   Oil   will  ���������;r,,���������lf-,j������draw out tho poison, honl tlio wound,  "'and prevent s*crious trouble.''  ���������-���������-��������� ���������"-������������������In this day most, of us kick on being  7.our brother's'kenppT. J lirfloss   bo pays'  his board iri.iidvrinfiC.  ��������� ."  ;���������?' ��������� ���������  V.'<*  JT* *���������  ��������� :  ("���������  piMinnrd's Liniment.G.o,,JbTii'mited,  ���������"���������������''I. wn's vory sick-- witli*' QUinny and  thought. T  would ���������strniifflo.;', 1  used  '���������M.INARIV8 LTNIMENT-aii'dit cured  me nt onoo, ���������'    *.Vf j ' n '  I nm novor without it'"fi'ri\v.  Yours crntcfully, '���������  ���������'  .MPS. fl. .1). JMUNOE,  NnuwigowuuK; Oof. 2iVi,  '  -mU.,".  "Vm.mny yon'v* gol. to'louw Kdon  nnd go lo wor-lt Mui^y'"''h''wiiin<>. I  ���������ffavn you tbo rest oJ tWt'*ilt>'pl<V! H������i<l  oonfrllo Kvo. V- ������������������'���������*" >/���������      Vtf  "Novr mind," ���������,ftii'swrt;'o(l' 'Adiuu,  "The nllimnlo p*>n8*um������"r nlwnjt'n' giHft'  tho worst of it."-*VV/mhlngloti Ht.tr.  Tfanl '"ill *rtt. ennm l-oi.1t'. yi<>'rt to fol.  loway'H Corn flnr*-. whlc't in ('nMti'lv Htif"  tn uro. n,nil ���������-.>(���������((ilti anil HiitlHliiij.ory In  ltd action,  Ono row Mnroh ������������������inming' -ih ii,' .������r������>  fft.sor nt one of lliu er>]]i.g<>.-, win oiill-  ing the roll of iirwMKhi Vo'eloolc cIuhu  in EngliHh lie viiiw to "Mr, UnbbiiiH."  and repeiviim no nnnwor,oiiIIcmI mkii.ii,  "Mr. UobliinR?" ,'   '    ; ',:  Still no roply. "\\li," Hirhf'Uie pro-  r������������.88or, lookliiK nrouijd jipoji llio clriHH  with ii pinii--, "I t-up|iv,������o it'i-. nitlicr  enTly for robin;-." '' '  THE CLOWN'S FACE.  Pathetic Incident From Which the Us*'  of Black Lines Sprang..  "Every once ln awhile," saya a prominent comedian. "1 am asked by some  TfeWpTpef'or "m^azlne~t6"teir"ot:Tue  actual feelings of a man who Is called  on to appear, before tlie public as u.  continuous  .unmake..    Usually  1   reply-by  calling attention  to the  fact  thnt oue of the greatest tragedies ot iho  theater is connected wltb the clown.  "In the time of Louis XIV. there  was n famous clown known <ns 'Fat  .William' iGros Gulllaumei, who hold  his audiences In the Itue Fnvarl by his  wonderful eccentricities of gesture,  voice and mimicry. Oue nlgbt. so the  legend ruijs, his wlte was dying, and  ho was still obliged to go on and entertain the clanking, clashing, ribald  Parisian mob that stood In the pit. It  was lu the du.vs beforo there wero  scats ih tbo orchestra.  ..."[.Ike all. Imitators of tbe Italian  'commedltt.' his face was whitened  wltb flour. Under the burden of hl������  great' domestic sorrow ho was'stupid  and- _lo\t* tn his performance, and la  ardor to stir him up his companion od  the stage bit lilm with a resounding  .wImck.with a heavy cano. Thp combination of hla sentimental troubles  nnd the physicnl pain caused Uros  (tiillbuimo to woop. A's the tears  stroii mot] down ovor his whitened fuco  iho aspect was no comical that tlio audience cheered nnd laughed Itself Into  li.VHtorloft, And ovor ulnco then every  clown has black iinos on bis whitened  .t'flco.  . VMnny, aro tbo block lines on (ho  fneo of tho actor that the aiidlouco  knows not of.VCblcn-.o Trlbuuo.  Can  Be  Removed  by Toning up  the  Blood,  Tbus  Strengthening'  the Nerves ���������  Nervous diseases aro more common  and more serious iri the spring than  at any other time of the year. This  is the opinion of the best medical  authorities after long observation.  Vital changes in the system after  long winter months may cause much  more than "spring weakness," and  the familiar weariness and achings.  Official records' prove that in April  and May neuralgia, St. Vitus dance,  epilepsy and various forms of nerve  disturbances are at their worst, especially among those who have not  reached middle nge.  Tiie antiquated custom of,, taking  purgatives in the spring is useless,  for the system -really needs strengthening while purgatives make ' yott  weaker. Dr. Williams' -Pink Pills  have a special action on the blood  and nerves, for they give strength  and have cured not only many forms  of nervous disorders, but also other  spring troubles, such as headaches,  weakness in the limbs, loss of appetite, trembling of the .hands, as,'well  as unsightly pimples and skin troubles. Thoy do this because they actually make new, rich, red blood,  which means a return to perfect  health.  Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for $2.50 from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Tlie people of Great- Britain consume less tobacco per head than any  other civilized people of tlie world.  . A    Purely    Vegetable    Pill.���������The    chief  ingredients of Parmcloe's "Vegetable Pills  n._p_���������nan___k_ aTid.__dni)dpIion, sedative  ond purpat'ive, but- perfectly harmless in  their action. Thoy clennpe and purifv  and havo a most healthful effect upon  the secretions of the dipestive - orpans.  The dyspeptic and all who' R"ffcr from  liver, ond kidney ailments will find in  these pills tlie most, effective medicine in  concentrated fo-m that has yet been ottered to tho sufferim..  "The, doctor says I have mental indigestion."  "Whnt.on Mirth is that?"  "Seems I'm reading more baseball  news than I can assimilate."���������Pittsburg Post.  Minard's Liniment used by physicians  "Aro you a friend of tho groom's  family?" asked the usher at the  church wedding,  "I think not,", replied the lady addressed;- "I'm the mother, of 'the  bride."���������Yonkcrs Statesman.  KNOWN TO THE ANCIENTS.   1  Anaesthesia, Supposed to Be Modern,  Practice 1  Centuries Ago.  The use of chloroform for produe-  ir. anaesthesia was first adopted by  Dr. Simpson, of Edinburgh, in 1847.  P i rude expedient, to "deaden tbo  nerves to pain were practiced centur-  i*j ago.  Pliny, the Roman naturalist, who  live a in the first century ot the Christian era, in. writing of tbe plant  known  as the mandragors, .ays*:  "���������t has a soporific power on the faculties of those who drink it. The ordinary potion is half a cup. It :s  drunk ^gainst serpents,' and before  cuttings and puueturings, , lest they  should be felt."  The Chinese, too���������who anticipated  the Europeans in so many important  inventions, as in gunpowder, tbe mariner's compass, printing, lithography,-  paper money, the use ot coal���������made  use, centuries ago, of anaesthetics.  ..ie following passage is found in the  biography of Hoatho, a Chinese physician, who lived in the third century.  "If the disease resided in a part  where the needle or liquid medica  ments could not operate���������ior example,  in the' bones, or the marrow of tbe  bones, ia the stomach or the viscera  ���������he gave the patient a preparation  of hemp, and after a few moments  he was as insensible as it he had  been drunk or dead. Then, as the  case required, he performed the oper-  'ations. After a certain number ot  days the patient recovered, without  having experienced the slightest pain  during the operation."  HOW'S   THIS?  iWo offer One Hundred Dollars "Reward  tor any ca.o of Oatnrrh that- enn not bo  ourod by llall'H Cntarrh Ouro,  F. J, OIIRNRY A CO., Toledo, O.  Wo, tho "wderalKned, hnvo known V, J.  Ohoney for tho last 15 years, and bolievo  him  perfectly  lionorablo  in  all  buninPRS  transnetlons nnd flnuncially ablo to oarry  out any olili.atinns mado by his firm.  WAT.DINd, KINNAN ft JMItVIN,  Wholn.nle Dru.Rlfi-., 'Polodo, 0,  ,   Hall's Cn.tn.rrh Ouro Ih tnkon Internally,  lotinir    illreotly    upon    tho    blood    nnd  mucous  wirfaoo.   of  the  system.    Tout.  iionials sent free,   Prloe 75o  por bottlo,  *nld bv all ���������driUHrlHts. ,    .,  \lu) Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  N'-.velty In Rent Collecting.  At the end ol this month ihe Marquis of'Northampton wil preside at  a public meeting in London in connection with the celebration ot the  Tercentenar. f the Authorized Version ot the English Bib..-.  ' Lord Northampton is doubtless better bnown in the social 'world than in  th- political. He is, indeed, said not  to be fond of polities; all the same,  he is a keen student of the social  problems of the day. One of London's  large landowners, he is a philanthropist as well, and he set an excellent  example to his confreres by entertain-  ir��������� his tenantry to a garden party at  -Regents-Park���������Botanic-Gardens���������It  was his lordship, also, who made  himself still more popular than he  was by appointing ladies to collect  ���������rents instead oi men.  Lord Northampton is the fifth of his  line in a family descended from the  famous Lord Mayor Spencer. And of  his ancestors was a great favorite of  blu.i' King Hal, while another!was one  of the bravest cavaliers who fell at  Hopton Heath. The present earl has  been in the Diplomatic Service, and  from 1880 to I8s>2 was private secretary  to' the then Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. ' Fie also sat in Parliament aa  member   for   Bamsley   from   1889   to  THE RIGHT WAY  In all esses ���������?  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"But. my dear, if I buy you this  gown it will put me fifty dollars in  debt!"  "Only fifty dollars! If you are going in debt, why not go in like a  gentleman and make it a hundred?"  ���������Fliegende Blaetter.  It is a virtue to call a spade a  spade,, but it is better yet to make a  spade act like a spade.  Your Health  is your most precious possession. Your first aid to health  should be the reliable and  proved   family   remedy  BEECHAM'S  PILLS  80M Everywhere  la baxaa Ua.  ' A pqpulartyote on the question,  "Are you in^avor of the death penalty?" conducted by a Parisian paper,  resulted three to one in favor of  "Yes."  Dlokena aa a Reporter,  ' Dlcltpin* once described tho condl-  tlotiR undor which ho purftiiod tho cull-  Itttf of a ri'porter���������condition., he wild,  of w|ileh hlft ruccohsow could hnvono  iul(M]iinie Idea. On ono occnsloii ho  iriuiHcrlliPd his shorthand note, of Itn-  HOrttint olootlon spooehes, ho mild, on  llio |iiilin of IiIh hand, by tho IIkIH of a  Uiii'irinotom, In n poutobalso mid four  HitllopltiR throujih n wild country nt  ���������tbo fld'u! of nltflit nt tho thon mirprln**  lng rnto of fifteen ration nn hour, (lo  oiico. In tlio cnstlo ynrd nt Rxotor,  took 1111 election speech of Lord UurhoII  In.the mltlHt of a llvoly ������gbt.-Wu8t������  mnlstor Gnzott������.  Tcusass  y|< IP N EY j  Purs Raiding Mattar.  "Ono of tho fuonlost ror_uofitfi I oror  got," tho ndvortiBlnff manager told u_,  "wuh from a local dry goods merchant  flo iinld, 'I wnnt this nilvortldomont  put In n pn rf 'nf rhn nnpnr wlmro wem-  011 will bo miro to rond It'  " 'Groat Heott, mnnl' I unld. 'Don't  you Itnow that wbou wo hnvo nomo  puro rendliiR: matter thnt wo want  women to bo suro to hoo wo put It  noxt 10 a dry Roods ndvorllsomout?*"  -Clovuhu'd I'laiii Uouier.  .,.1,* ���������  An Ox Hid.,  "ThomnB," mild tho profermor to a  pupil In iho Junior clnrnj In chomlstry,  "iiiiMiflon 1111 ojcldo." ',  "I.cntlicr." ropllml Thnmnn.  "Whnt Ih lout lior an oxlilo of ?" naked  the profi'HHor,  "An oxldo of hoof," nnswored tbo  bright youtuiKtor.���������Chicago Nown.  .ft may bo that nomo moan men object to tho hnrnni skirt becnus. tlio  wind doesn't hnvo nny chance of getting action on it.  ���������). -������������������   When you go ���������flhopplng in Burmnh  it is difllcult to get the proprietor of  iho f'stablishmont to hIiow liis goods,  Nerves Are  Exhausted  And Nervous Prostration or  Paralysis Are Creeping  Steadily Upon You  DR.   CHASE'S  NERVE   FOOD  You .hoar of pooplo suddenly falling vlotiuiH of norvoufl prostration. or  Homo form of pni'nlyais but when  you got' nil tlio facts of tliu ciiho you  (hid that they havo had months or  yours of warning.  They haven't slept, woll, Thnro bn������  boon froqumit- attaokn of norvous  hi'iuiuehe. /Ji|.cntion hat* failed. limy  havo boon irritnblo, easily worried  nnd pxcitod and hnvo found memory  nnd ooncontrnHon fulling.  Hnd thoy but known, thnt thosn  .yinptoms tell of oxhimMnd nerVi-s  or hnd thoy realifind their ..dnngor  thoy would havo rontorod thn fnobWi,  wasted norves by uso of such treatment ns Dr, Chaso's NorVo Food.'  This groat-, restorative trontmont  euros by forming new, rich blood nnd  by robtiildiiiff thn wasted', norvo colls.  No medicine t.i more ������������������**tI,iui*i to f>rove  honoflolnl, for oncli doso tyjds to tho  lyHtctn n nortnhi ntnonnjVlof'Tloh, r<>d  blood,  Nervous disonsos como on slowly  and can only be overcome by pnlif-nt  ninl porslHiont troiilmont. 1'rovrtntion  is always bolter Hum cure, nnd for  this  reason you should endeavor" to  .Wi.'.N.'U.,. No. 844., .,  Catlad H.r Bluff.  "Vou nro tho drat man I over permit*  tod n> I'luf* mo," .___.. 'l-wp the Hvsfym nt, hi-'h wnhr mnrlt  "I wouldn't ninrry n Hnr." "  "I would "-Houflton Pout,  ! the first/ sign of trouble, .0 cents n  I box. 6 boxes for $-2,.V)j nt all "donlf-rn  lor Kdninnaon, Bntog k Co., Toronto.  WE BUY  MUNICIPAL DEBENTURES  This Corporation has broad markets for Canadian Municipal Debentures both in Canada and  abroad, enabling us to pay the best market prices  for ney issues. We shall be pleased to consider  \ proposals from Western"Canadian Municipalities  contemplating the issue of Debentures.  Doftimofl Securities  CORPORATION-LI/niTED  TORONTO. MO/1TREAL. LOMDOM.Erta  The   Indian  Census.,  In no part of the -British Empire  is the task of census-takin*. so arduous and difllcult as iu India. This  happens not on account of the number and density of'the population and  its many differences in race, religion  and language', but of the prevailing  ignorance and prejudice resardini. the  charactor and purpose ot process. This  has been usually a_socinti-d with .the  intention tov increase tnxntion or' in  some other way to herald an interference with cherished customs and  beliefs, It is therefore satistnetory  to lenm thnt this yenr the census  has been taken in record timo, and  with unusual completeness. The provisional returns give tho population  ns 316,000,000, an increase of upwards  of 20,000,000 since the IOlI census.  That they were furnished only ten  days nfter the tnking of the censu.  is a striking tribute to the efliciency  of its staff organization, nnd bos elicited the commendation of tho Governor-General. The population of Bombay is placed av 1)72.01)2, and but for  a local trade depression, which onus,  ed tho temporary nbsence of many  of the usual residents it would probably have reached tho million mark.  London's Onvoi.  How many persons are aivnr. of tho  (net that some of tho r. ist remark-  ������Wo caves In England aro qulto near  LondonP ,  Yet at Blckley, In Kent, somo olev.  an miles from tho city, thoro aro livo  miles 0/ oaves, which wero originally  hewn out by the Ancient Britons.  hi those caves thero aro three distinct serlos���������outor, middle, and in-  nor. The latter, however, nro almost  unoxplorcd, owing to the damp.  On the walls tho marks of the an-  ch- t picks enn bo distinctly traced,  while rough altars are cut out of tho  chalk.  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MANY'of  us - are   familiar   with  the bon' mot of tho wicked wit,  who   s,aid   tliat   Monday,   the  . universal    washday,    was    Instituted   In  commemoration  of Job's  birthday,   the   anniversary   that   he  cursed.  The patriarch had, a fine command  of nervous invective, and lie cried  aloud' against the fatal day and  spared not:  "Let darkne_s, and   the   shadow   of  death stain-'it; let a cloud dwell,upon-  it; let the blackness of the day ter-'  rif j* it!" *    ' -  "She was dressed at the end of ench  day,when her John came home." ���������  In the days that are (happily) no  more for tbe modern housewife, the  Whole family would have united in  spirit, If not in word, in the "execration If the object atv which it  was aimed had been the * semiannual'  liousecleaningr. It was a name of  dread to ajl.' from the. fathor down to  the least child. For a week, ot the  very shortest computation, the foundations of family life were out of  .course. Every room was in disorder;  beds wero sunning upon the root or  upon trestles In the back yard; not  ono article of furniture was In pVace;  meals were snatched from the corner of tlie kitchen table, and a pungent, odor of ptHnti blended with tho  damp fumes of whitewash, filled evory  ,- room. Mother and daughters scurried  through halls and up and down stairs,  ��������� 'with  heads done  up In napkins nnd  ,  figures   shrouded   in   dingy   wrappers.  ,, Whon night enrrie, all wero too tired  or too, uncomfortable and cross to ent,  and at bedtime too weary for sleep.  Men who woro lads then refer to  the season with a shudder, nnd tho  ���������wonir-n whoso memories nyi back to  "mother's ways of hoiiBocloanlng"  tiles, tho fato that cast their prosont  lot In rdensantor places.  ������no husband I wot ot, having borne  the yoke of "mother's ways" up to the  time of his marriage, cunningly contrived to time bis spring fishing excursion at the season when, as he recol-  .lected, the spring upheaval was due.  He came home at the end of ten daya*  vacation, to a spotless,, shining, clean  abode, and what pleased him yet more,  to a wife who showed no sign of the  hagprard weariness which his mother  and sister had* worn for days after th������  periodical  ordeal.  He commented upoa her rosy cheeks  and   bright, eyes   one .day,   in   connection with  the  drudgery  through  which  -she''hau'passed~-in~Uis"abeencet��������� "  The girl-wife laughed in his face.  ' "My dear boy, we were cleaning house  for a  fortnight  before you  ran  away,1  and you never, suspected it!"  Out of her clever 'brain she had  evolved the scheme which Is now no  novelty. She attacked one room at a  time, and! did the work methodically  and leisurely. When that room wo. in  perfect order, she went to tlie next.  Before her' John came home at evening the labor was suspended; all traces  of It weie cleared away; .������he was drees-  ed and the evening meal was in course  of preparation to be served us usual.  Let thts true story be the keynote of  our pi-f-sent talk.  Before' beginning the task, make all  ready for it, If you have an attic, begin operations there, Do not limit yourself ns to time. Since fine weather is  desirable fn the work or scrubbing paint  and waahJng windows in the lower  room., ..tili.e <n cloudy or stormy dny  for, overhauling the ;<arrct. Open nnd  ��������� empty every chest, bo;: ami barrel nnd  sort the contents, line, If nny where,  moths moct do congregate, Woolen  stuffs should have bei-n stored awny by  themBelv.B; each parcel done up In  newspaper, with camphor bulls scattered  within the  f-ildB of wrap   or gown  "Men speak groaningly of the periodical chaos and discomfort."  or among '.scraps." Cheesecloth, or unbleached muslin, must be pinned securely over the newspapers, end each parcel, when done up, should be marked  with a broad blue pencil, to.- Indicate  the character of the contents.  TJ -n, In the autumn, a glance at. a  1p: e bundle will show that It la  " .-s. Tidy's gray shawl," or "Mr.  'i.ldy's ulster," or "Mary's best cloak,"  or "Jane's second-best jacket." - No  one who has practiced this marking  in full for a term-of years will ever  "negi.cjt rC"*No"b"undYe"Is 6pcned"iir  haste and at random. Unless (as is  safest ln the long run "and cheapest)  you have stored your furs with a  furrier who will be responsible for  them in the autumn, wrap'them carefully in newspapers after beating out  the dust and sunning them for a day,  Strew camphor balls thickly' between-  the folds. Tar paper 1. even better  - than newspaper, although moths���������like  some otlpr evil things���������have a hat���������*d  of printer's ink.  The paper wrappers secured wn."*  pins, envelop them In cheeseclor.i  and sew them ..up securely. Lastly,  put Into box^s if you havo them. If  theso directions -are strictly obeyed,  you need not fear the revelations of  the autumnal Inspection 'of hid  treasures  in  the line, of woolons.  You will bo amazed, however experienced you may 'be as a housemother, to seo how much rubbish.hns  found   Its   way   Into   attic   corners   or  ets   ilui-lr.   .   .  out nil that Is -Vf .ououful utility. Lay  Into  closets   uui'Jn.   the   winter,   Clear  "Hookb nnd . periodicals for  itnbln inHtiliitionn."  ., .." *<������u  chnr-  aalde lioo.l:s an. periodicals for Homo  ono or more of the charltnl-lo Institutions to which your attention has  been enlled by tho Exchange correspondence, Make similar dls-tosltlon  of scraps of cnllco, gingham, worsted,  silk or velvet. Tho. call for patchwork materials is IncpHSiuit, Keep  nnthlnir   which   l.������   not   llknlv   to   bo  useful to you witntn a year or.so. Jt  this rule were In general practice,  what a lot of rubbish would be put  Into'circulation or thrown away!  Erush out,the inside of every trunk  '   an. tipx', and. spray with gasoline or ���������  formaldehyde'before repacking, w-hen "  the contents are In order and the covers shut down,' have ihe place swept,���������  with a vacuum cleaner  if you  havo  one,  to suck  in the dust nnd- germs  from the'remotest'comers���������arid then "  .ecrubbed with hot suds.     Tar soap is  excellent   for   muking   the   suds,   being ut  once  a purifier  und ������  disinfectant.   First   sweep the walls clean ���������  of   dust   and   cobwebs.    Wnsh   windows wllh  a clean .cloth  and  polish  witli   newspapers'- rubbed'    soft    and  .{slightly dampened.  If your chambers-lire carpeted, have.,  the   floor   coverings   taken   up ��������� and  beaten thoroughly.   Unless you have  a good bnck Vftrd" in which the snaking and beating may be"- done satisfactorily,   bundle  them  un and   telephone lo a reputable carpet cleaneivto  call for them. 'Don't,risk laying tbem *  down   again   without   thorough   cleans- *  lng. One moth will people many yards  ���������  of brussels or tapf .try. '��������� ;,  If you have hardwood lloors und.  rugs, have the latter cleaned as  scrupulously. Men J thin spots*- in''  them, and should an oriental rug  show signs of use, have.lt lined'with  ���������-'drilling,, oi- son\e substantial linen  fabric of a dull hue that will not at- ,  tract attention -should a corner get  dog-eared In the lisirig. .The lining  will' prolong-'..Its  usefulness  for  years.  While' the floors are bare, have them  .treated   one, or "two rooms at a time,  that the house may always be comfort--,  able.    If  the   boards  are  oiled,, or 'if *  they   are   brought   to   a   liner   polish  with   shellac   and   other   floor   var-'  nishes,   manage ,to   have   the   room  closed for at least two days before a  * foot is set upon itlj The painter, who '  does the Job for you -Is likely to assure you that the varnish will be  "quite dry���������dry as a b*ne within  twelve hours.' You need not be afraid  to lay down your rugs and to walk  - upon the floor by tomorrow morning." Such assurances are for the' '  good of the trade, and to soothe your  impatience. Keep -weir upon the sale  side by giving the-floor double the time  he sets. You will be thankful to me for  tho hint before the next housecleanlng  -time comes around.  The varnish should be'so hard that-not  ���������a. trace of the threads of rugs will be  visible after a year's wear.  ��������� In cleaning closets proceed as with  ���������tlie���������attic:���������The"darK-TSlrrfePjj���������Bmi^the  . grooves in which shelves are set are the  favorite hiding places of moths, buffalo-  bugs and, vilest of all, the crimson ram-  1 biers 'who hatch out undisturbed hordes  of "so rlet-runnerB" ' thnt lu furnace-  hente*   louses "have all seasons for their  .' own.' If the shelves are not nailed in  lilaeb, take them out and scaid the edges  with red-pepper tea. Brush out tho  grooves in which they were set with a  stiff, pointed brush and scald with pepper tea,' Then, ��������� l-eforc fitting in the  shelves, rub Into tlie grooves yellow tur- '  pontine soap���������the strongest you can get.  Brush nnd scrub the walls and floor.  If you hnvo,seen signs of preoccupation  on the part of the enemy, spray with  gasoline and shut the .doset up H"htly  for twenty-tour hours,  Like cure should be, taken to expel  larvae and kill eggs that collect In the  holes through which the conl. of the  window sushes run Into their'1 frames.  Torpid flics, mot lis nnd spiders lurk and  bleed there, ns well as the ubl qiiltoiiH  "IJ. Tl."���������not to be named to ears polite. Send n sluice of gasoline down  lh_ Mhoft and stop up tho hole above  until the deadly fluid hns done Its work.  Minor matters then.; nnd what our  i-uxyRoIng housemother would condemn  iih "fussy," They come under the hend  of precautions that ure worth a pound���������  many pound, of cure.  Before beginning to clean house hav������.  everything in readiness for the undertaking. Seo that there are soft clotns  in abundance, all the soap you are likely to need, plentiful store of newspapers  for wrapping and for washing windows  and 'mirrors. We begin saving ours fot  weeks beforehand. Provide youiseir  with a pointed brut,.:, bucIj as I recommend foi".getting,dust and all that dust  implies out of distant corners to which  neither .whl.k  broom nor cloth  duster  penetrates,  *   Above all,  arrange your outdoor engagements In such wise that  they will  not   ci-milct   with   the  business  of  the .  week.   Engage your helpers long enough  beforehand to make sure of them.   To  be. shorthanded at the eleventh hour ts,  never more vexatious and inconvenient  than   when   you  have  serious   matters  like   this  on  hand.  And, as the hymn enjoins���������  "Keep a quiet mind."  ... Tako one day at a time, -. Settle in  your mind what part of the house is  to have your undivided attention during  the working hours that divide breakfast fiom sunset and dinner or supper,  and go systematically about, the task.  If the tale of dutie. you arrange in  your mind be not accomplished, tethiiik  yonrseir that tomorrow' Is another day,  and that the world will not come to un  end eliould a window' (or four) go unwashed before you lay your head upon,  the pillow. Make it a point of conscience' not to get so tired that John  will hove *a gloomy home-coming, A.  clean liouse Is a goodly thing to behold. A goodlier Is a woman neatly ami.  becomingly dressed, with a bright face,  and even ,'temper," who can talk to a,  tired man of something besides the worries : of housecleanlng and housekeeping -when he is ready to drop with physical weariness.-and.' fretted to crossness by the vexations and losses of the  day! ,, '  Is It a wonder.thnt men speak groan*  .* Ingly of the periodical chaoa and hideous  _ discomfort * of getting rid of the winter's dirt" and getting ready, for the  summer campaign against heat, insects  and dust?  Learn a parable from your own methods of cleaning, \ You begin* window  washing with tlie upper stories, lest, if  the lower- windows be cleaned first, the  drippings from the' upper may streak  those already polished, Do not spoil  the. effect of good housewifery by linking the thought of It within the minds  of others with unlovely memories of in-  (���������"em.nt moods, tart words and general  tinlovellness. It Is well to be a notable  manager, it is a nobler aim to try to  be a true homemaker.  Cleanliness may be akin to godliness.  Patience,    .elf-denial    for    another's.  ' good; '"love, joy. peace, long-suffering1,  gentleness, goodness, meekness and  moderation"���������are godliness itself.   ���������  ^eWUA* Hofili  'jvipA-  A Nursery Note  am(  ODDI_ER" is an autocrat, and *%  mischievous one, To keep hint'  amused I have presented him  with a piece of chalk (white, a. he still  investigates by means of his mouth),  and have made a dado on the wall with  brown paper. Three.smooth new sheets  cost next to nothing, but held In place-  by drawing-pins th������y lorm a wld&  space on which the ooy can develop,  bis artistic; faculty. En passant, ho is. ,  amused and I am at liberty, tho price, ,  of further liberty being,freah pupor no������v  and uguln.  Why Italy's Sky is Blue  A-8 1TAL.Y Is nearer tlio equator than  we arc, tho sun's rays strike it  moro directly, and therefore more r  brightly. This moans that there Is u.  ' greater (.unntlty of bluo rays, as of all  kind* of i-nys, coming through the Italian nir; nnd tho reason why* the air i������ .  bluer is because tho partlclCH of It hav*  more bliii> rays to catch and reflect to  . our eyes.  THE   HOUSEMOTHERS'   EXCHANGE  IMPORTANT NOTICE  _r%EOAUSK of the enormous  _f*z number of letters sent to  ������������������-' the Kwohanae. I must ask  contributors to limit their communications ta too words, except  in cases of formulas or recipes >  whloh require greater space, I  want all mv correspondents to  have a .showing In the Corner,  , and If mv request in this respect  'J is complied with U will bf possible to print many more-letters.  Attention is called ta the. fact  that Marion Jlarlawil oannnt receive money for patterns, as she  has un .oitne.flmi with ang department that sells them,  SOMIfl wool's ago n eorr..iiomk'1't.  "M, II, tt." .Born n I on, Pu,), asked  for n roelpo for what lhe oomblneo  *ocr*tnrJnl una edltorlnl force.of our  l.xt'liun.o inude out to mad ' Aronk  Hew*." Tho query���������nume unci nll-wn*  referred "to nu np-tn-dnto constituency,"  In respond, to the appeal we havo hnd  some luni't-lng lottors.  Ono of tin-no conjectured Hint, slncu  tlio Hcranton moml-or uviced In the muni**  breath for a formula for tooth powder,  ������ho may have boon In quest of n pom-  mntlo to smooth out ''wrinkles" and  fhnt w* Hhnitlrt hnvn mntfe oni> w������������rd nf  tlio namo, instead of two,  Anoibft* oplnf'd thnt n cerinln hr#������-d of  working boon wns wanted. 1 copy a  Oilrd loiter;  "Aronk Iiopi" ure .iitncl. You nn. vour  wiurt'itti-nm, ivjili your iimnnltyliiM. Hl������������������'i"i  I'Olilit not holil ft Job In thn poniolllnr*. "IS.  JI, H." wnnli to know how to mnko "Cronk  benr."  nn nli1-t!nif! Hummur drink.  Ynu run mill thn fnrmul-l In the tnrtillA  lU-IHiy, ,1,   h,   K,   (UfUull,   Micn.l,  If we havm not unearlhod the reclpt,  ive hnvo had tho rcfroHhmotit of a hoarly  liuiffh, and lio who gives thnt In tl.i  workaday world In a benefactor,  Short Cut in Cooky Mak'm*  An ,.������n������l������tr way of molding loft .onklt-a  tlmn lirtnkln* <itt plnpd* of dmnrh nml  loiiiuii ti.iiwui'u tint imniln, n������ ������mnn ikIvikc,  In to mnUi* n roll of mm of tho douith,  Slnwh or morn In thlekweiii, nnd cut  .'--ii Cram It Hi., mtulti'it ������U������ uf tlm  jUI*������; dip Hid uppfcr Mill- In mugnr iHid  plnre llio plcaex In order on I'.w ureiiRfil  Imku p.n, pi-em. ihnn lightly with tho  bottom of n tumtiUr or u hiimII bilking  nnwrlor i-nti, if the iwnMor luiw n fnncy  flmirp, a star or como otlmr (li-nl������n upon  thi) bottom, It will li-uvci n pretty fin-  print upon the conky. Hub n. little buttor on iho tumblm- nnd dip'Iii ttugnr bo-  fnro pri-Mlng.- Dip In tho hiibiii- bofni'o  mnklnw.onoh Imprormlon. a littlo cinnamon mixed with tlm i-urai' makcM tlio  cookloi bettor,  K, 1), (i.6������ AiiKc-li'i*, C'nl,).  A short 'but In coouy-mnking, both  'Ingenious and simple, it |h easy to nnd  'a tumbler with a ncnt doulgn raised in,  till!   glllBH,  A Plea From the Desert  I jnw nn orlli'lc In your iJ.iuirtimmt'liitelj'  .m frooxlnir wltlimit fee, nml l .lioulil like  to know if iinv ono lint ui!<(..������mily ilnnn  ...   . live or *'- -���������-��������� l ���������   '- ��������� ���������������������������  toniol:  fin frooxliiB without fee, nn. 1 .lioulil llli.  0 know if iinv ono lint uiim-Huriilly ilnnn  t,   I livo on tho deiert, whoro It uei* In-  tonioly wnrni In numm.r, nml It-oHii vory  oxpoiulvo nnd hnrd to i*ot, If nny ono  know* of n ihmm* procxiN fur rreoxitig' Ice  eronm without U-o l aliuuHl llko ���������'.to timm  of It. with cxpllolt illrcotlon*, for lo<������  would bo it boon to u* during thu htmt,  A* my "lntro.lu������tlon," 1 _md;  Orrtnge SweetmcntB i  Peel thickly, i oi-aiiK������'H and cut Into  itrlpi one-fnurlli liv.b wbln. Put on Incold  wntor to cxtrnct.thu bitlor, nml when It  boll* nour off nnd n-ponl, lottliiK ilium boll  In thin fwennil wntir flflccn trilnulc*, Ilnvn  In n.tlilok plo tin 1 oiip Krnmilniod mi.ur  nnd '. oiip wnior nml boll nn for rniHiin_,  Put the .i������irawi( In nnd Mlmnu-r nlowly for  About fVflH.-n mlnuloi. t.lft am nml roll  while warm-In rrnnul.li-il miuiir.  .Wi������.   A,   It,   IbUtXIlllUM,   ,\t\.t,  W<*> thntiV vmi fo* the Intrndnotorv  ruolno, nml will try to show our nppre-  clatlon of the favor by securing iho  roolpe for froonliig ices without Ice.  Unl<_*i you tm.ui a furinula for making  nrtlilclnl lcr������, I fenr you will not bo mio-  cnBNful, But whnt mini (or wornnn) can  do, the Kxcln-.ngo can iiccompll-ili.  Potato Salad  . Hero li our wny of iwikini* noloto unlad,  1 hnvfl not  ������cmi  li  In flic  i'xoliim-_������,  Itnll and riia-li ih������ nuluUm; ������di������on tliern  ii* for llio tnblo. H< iii Imrii nnil llt-ht anil  *piY������d itmooilily upon ������ rliilier an Inch or  mnro thick, Hct In n .nl.i pinro overnlRht,  When you would wv it tut llio mirti-nod  pimto into utrlpn <ir ciib)'*i of convenient  ������l-/.i, ami pom- <iv*r H������i������ '��������� riinymmul*.' or  a Krunch ilnmlnK.    I.. I'. iI.oh Angi'li'*),  Who Iind ������iom������vthlnK *l������e good to ������ny,  a whllo ago.    Your potim- ;*,alad is. a  left-ovM* wc must not forget to use  Pieces for, a Quilt  I have a qbllt partly flnluhed of velvet  niece., .lueli. tu lire jued In umk'.ig up-  IiolRtored furniture. Will some kli.J ieudoi������  (end inn onotigh bile to llnl.nMi ? Tho  jiliwun aro lwavy, but I will juy tranHportit.  tlou c'-aruoi. My exnreii omoo 1* iiarr ������on  ond, my postoflleo ������* Ponoa, Ai-k.  I ultould llko to net nomo wllk hUh-ch nlmi,  a* 1 liayo tlmo on my huml. and noililng  to do with It but to .dw, if x onn ruolp-  looulo In any way: pl.iuo lot mo know  nnd I eliull bo Rlntl to do II,        ���������  Mn, II. R, 0. (Poncn,. Ark,).  M)a.y I romlinl tlio dwo-llers In cities  ,tlm. upholutowi'H uro often willllng to  glvo awuy Hcriuis of which thoy can  mnko no iinn hncansn thoy aro small?  Jf you nro on friendly tormH wllh ono  of .horn, lay hofo.o lilm tlio petition of  tho  woman   upon   wlinno   hnnd.  tlm������  hangs heavily. The ever-busy Jiousn-  inouier, to who l the ,cltiyw -.nro all ton  a^ort for ilie work miii* has to do, may  not nippreehito tho Inei'tablo woiirliiu.H  of enforced UIIoikhh,  Thnt It it? a ventnlde hnrdt-hlp, lot  fthtit-liu- and oilier xtiniulcd or becalmed  voyagi'iv .itteBt.  ,      Japanese Servants  , In tlio'lKiuiwnioiliei-'H Kxchungo you iu.-  Riut that iiccountM of oxporlonco wllh Jnp-  uii'no *l-rvnnt������ will Interett you. Allow mo  to. Klvo mine, extending" over mnny!yonr*.  . Like nil f|nn������i>ii, thoro are'good, nnil nnu  Inilliferent memberH, Mnny of tlm boy"  neeklng employment here nre ronllv eiuueni*  u������ln������ hounework ni a mBke������nlft wlille  liiirnlng KnglUI nnd the wny* of tlm country. Tlii* .in������������ imunllv underdnjiil*. lOnu-  l(*h well enout-h  to: curry, .out  elmplo or-  ilei*, nnd tliohi* who come n* "experl.  enceil," a net word nf Ihelin, need very few  iird'TN, but can immune the euilm Iiuiihd,  nlmi men In, conk nud norvo tbem, keu*> (ho  Iioubo In Iminueuliile order nnd Kuuutlnii*  glvo the reiiiiltei) cure to n vmnll plot ot  !cv_������i������ und ilnw. i*. l-'or iheiic m-rvlei-H n  Kiy reciilvo* furni, WO to IID n utontli. Till,  nclude* no luumlry work, not oviii ihnn-  own, nml voiy lurnly ovon tbo kltcl-cn  tnwelM, Hoy* who nro ll-nlm-d ohef������, butler*, vnlot*, gnrdenern or-chauirour* receive  a Kient ili<ul mure win-en. They tt ro Imluv-  li'lnu*, ulitiuitl '-ncunnlly clever, nml )iom-nt  In mod! wny*, l-'iilluri** nml leeldenl* urn  often hidden nnd lied nbout, nml Intel fi'ioiui-  I* nlway* i������*iont������d. A boy who left a friend  of iiilno for n ri'iiHou whloh nYt could rp*t  linimlne entered tny. i-niplov, I inked It m  why bo loft Mr*. X��������� nml h������ *nld, "Hho  l������in|(iid tn jieo.wlint Iwhh mnklng for dinner: I dnn t IlkA'tliHt; I know how to cook  ii gofMt dinner," ,  I  *liou|d  nover  lenvB  a Jopanimo  with  FAMILY MEALS FOR A WEEK  SUNDAY  mtKAKI"AB-r  Ornpofrult, eorenl nnd crenm, bacon and  wit*, popnvora, tonal, lea nml coffee.  MWIIKON  Oleum of celery mmp In clip*,  ������ulml of  nulf'M   liver, Ut,  loft-iiver    ri'utu  Hutiii-ilny*i,  fried Kronen notnioe*, .nhrimp Mind upon  ruiinijno, ^nncker*   nml   cfiecie,   bntinnui,  '���������   ' "bllNNEll  h\i,u in..!. ������viu|i, hum (4mi> wan uiiiii  iiiiii-i-, eiinnod h re on jjtum, *plnnob, straw-  berrle* aiid.creum, enhe, black coffee,  MONDAY  IHIKAKKAST  Ontincm, cerenl and cream, roe Urrinir,  Friineii ro'l'lij' ionit, tea 'and'ooffiitf,"   ' "   I.UNCIIKON  Cold hum, cream oheeio and olive ���������end-  wlche*,    muffed    imtnine*,    whole    wheat  broad, cuke and coeou,  DINNl'li  YtaterJay'a ������nup with crouton*,  mutton  clioii*   on  ctt������������eroifl.   canned, mixed   voire,  inble.,  miltmeli iioulllo (a left'over), char-  Utttfi   CM.,*,.,    l,|rt|>)(   CilffilH, "  TUESDAY  i-nnAUi-A.-u*  liakei ipl-fua, eerenj und mmtt   tnlncod  hoip on toi������*i   (ii  left-over), rle* muflln*,  ���������out:, tea nnd ;offee, ,  W3NC11KON      .  Cold liitnb, itewed pout'e*, tomnto naplo  und   lettuce   mihid,   cracker*   nml   cheene,  cuokli* and canned i-ciu-lie*, tfu,  m.N.Nnn  ViKtiuble n������up i.uiialn������ of cAnned mlxbd  vegetable* left over   adaed),     "  ~   Iieef   *     roi������,  pot roftit of  browni'it nwi'of immtnei   eron'nwl onr.  luiiiiti * ikii puUilinv, biui'K corivu.  ti "WEDNK8DAY  linKAKPABT  fillen*. pln*������jn>le, <*������re������l ������n<l ((wn. rh.*������*  omelet, wnine* nml honey,  \<vm\i ten. and  ,���������'"fl^,���������        KUNCHKOK  Vi������l \t,n1 rhotitied nnd ������ft>tti* e������r-i-t i.i.tn-  1������** U Irll-k-tr.l], ������ui|ii(i>|.imt ciiikiIh. ii-.-  tuee kjIiiiI, eraoker* nml chee*.-, iimnrue-  rite* und ten,  DINNER  ,Ye*teriliiy'������ ������onp, oolil pot roiut, n������pnru-  ku������ (canned or freeh), vtrliiK lonri*, bukuil  niuniie puikliiiK, blink i.nV*. ,.  THUBflDAY  IIIIBAK^AST  UrnriKo*. eereni nml eream, \,-.i"-n  bolted  ���������*_*-*. nulck blieuiti, toait. ten n..l ��������� uffte,  UJNCHKON  lleef b)������b. browned fa *������rt.���������v>ii. t.aked  j-uuio*.,   tiling   l*in   uiij   M.-i.\<   i^lud,  i-tm-k*r������ and oheeio, but ttlriuerbiend nnd  toil.  ,   IHN.NKIl  A������piirniu������ wnip (tho iniilk������ nnd left-over  tlfi*   from . yeiilordii}),   lilili   .ilow,   ������iilnlfy  frltler*,   rlee  cioqueliei.,   ilonduff ���������VtnblliiK,  bliiuk enftue.  raiiiAY  TlllMAKKAHT  i iraniiea, . cnr������al> ami   i-teum.    frofilUli,  riiriimeel miirlln*. trmut   ten nnd enffti-.  ���������    MlNL'IIKo.N  du in broth. In cup*,  IH������li *ti*w m leii.  <>\cn,   |H)tmo   cake*,   li-lin'o   miiIiuI   with  fnwn (!t������'.ilrii_, uadku* at..) .Inter, l-ria-l  puddlnir. ten.  UINNKK  t'otiito *oup, bolloii mil wltb run entice.  nui-bed i.ntnfii   iiinni.t ���������-��������������� i-rt i.ea* - wtiluin-il  . i.Hiii  pie,   iiiiuK  onftn.  SATURDAY  HM'.AKKAt-'T  Apple  laueo,   eeretil  ninl  r-ri-tim,   nrbblle  ruk'-N and HHUUIK",  uuiplo ���������jntl',  tojiat, lea  nml enffee.  WlNf'IIKiiN.  liiiiiibiir������er_������tenk������, frbd bummn*, tnmatt  fuidt. Hwli* frltler* am) ������*mc, tn.  UI.N'NKU  VJirlrlj'  noiip,   Ineludinir ereen  pen* left  f|..,n    v**r.-r.fi>)-;    tn,).������(|     ifinliiifn     ni     I.f -  ner), potmn err^uetie* 'ft l*"?i-.*.vert, baknl  b'^iu, *lruwU:|ry *hurvfiil*tf, lilurk loffre.  juiniK ohllilien; certainly not with little.  Kit in. 'lln-y in i- Ki-iiuiiilly Kood-tialurt-il  eiiniiKti w|ilie the chlldien iriuitin au, but  lit) jif liiipailiiit with ii ebllu who wurilea  ihi'in.  Another oIiuh of JnpiinoKO lu tbo "ft-huoU  liiisn," ., Tlieno v if ry ill 'ukv, fiom, !N. lu \t>  y. iiiK nml have little oxpi)i'lem.>o In huueu-  work, but work for le** wnae*. K"nernl|y |l&  n iiinnih, while niteniilim tlie publlu nciiiio),  Tney work until tinK-jiuiit S In tho  uimnliu. und are then fun until I In tho  iifioinwii, Kioni thut time'thev work until  hitif-puM i . w it. On Kntuidu.N iliolr  hoiiiR uiu louder, mul iih- thoy uto  Keni-rnlly emplnyed In linimeii whor.i (lie Uv-  lri|r I* Very wimple, they lire lib I it to do mo*t  of tbo wot li but ilir ouKiiliiir nud unleriuK,  Tl, Jy nre irenouilly nulck unit tltoiouKh nud  novor ullliu*. MnM of ilii-ui mo inore  eronomlcnl thun women In lhe iim> of iiip-  pile* unlemi they are fond of t-xpi-rlnu-ntlnK  tvliiti tliern In upt to lie wium.  , Vnr iv fninllv of iidiiltM who hnvo nn wu������h-  ln������ or .iowIdk dune lu tbe liimeo l oun  InuiKlne no betier m-rviiiit than a ,lapntu������������  boy, Thoro In no thought of hi* beliiK  lonelyi if be I* eompetrnt nt all, he ta  o-trimoly mi, ami all liinini'linlil nffnlr* enn  ' be lilt Fn hi* eliiUH'.- If the fiillilly I* Hb-  M'ltl.frnm home, cumiiuiiy I* alwuya ivej-  coinn nml iifterniHin .feu mi ititilen, Of  i.nume, ii. liny ha* mil)' one pulr uf liiinOn,  nnd lie miiilii-H iMil.lik- In hi uliuii tht-re I*  ���������eiinttH lioiiHielfanliiK nr If thoro I* niuoli  fnriiuil oiiterluinlnKi but imt noiirlv hi iiiuuIi  un a woiiiiui Miivant ul llin eumo wuite*;  ilmuKli It MuiHt be wld ilmra woniun a**n-  etnll.V dm ������ Hume HimlllilK, often look* lifter  i-lilliireii nml l*1 eiilieil mi for mnny little-  Iniert-tipilrii! tlilna* wiib ti n boy I* never  , exiiiieteil lodii, H, N, (l.ui. AtiKelea*.  TliU hlK'lvly InloreatlitH Iftlr-r hnn re-  tniiliif'd on Hl������ for hoitiu tnoniha, wait-  I.   .      f,...     .,     .....i.     I.,     lhe.    Ib'-M--"''     *io,tr������������  iif   epiHtlfia "ii'iu   which   I    t-o.ilil   all|������  ...  :.  ;-. uiu }.���������'!������������������  f"!  in,'   f..i-.'i.i' .M-t  tnii   (ninil   to   lie   ll'fl   (lilt.    I   lllll   lllHtllloit  Iii iniiiliiihiiiK II ii iv,- by ri'i'e.iUHl In-  i.iiirloi-iiiperlaliy from unr aonthweHt-  em loirltury���������Into Iho "trick** unit  in.'iiiiii'i'K" of Japum.tie iloiuuhtii'B, In-  tero.������i upon iho auhloet U aw.ike.nlni*  ul tnf m*i,   *Wltne������a our next letter:  When Bluing Clothes  TO VHKVENT apotlliiK Ui������^ clothea,  ,,nt Miimo hlulnir opl on n piece at  .vhltti cloth, unther u| .hi* t-i*rn������rM  .'Uni lie Kn'i-tlier. Inp HiIk mi_ In Ui������  wmer ninl aiiueex. it until ih������ water Ih  llllll-    IIHHII.ll.       Ill    tlllM    till)     lh������    t.iillluiit  will ������.rv<i 4������eiom������ upotted.  . -'Wi ..������::..--AV..  '���������u:  1 *���������$ ���������{. r*<s '������������������  THE N^WS, CUMBERLAND. BB1TISH COLUMBIA.  wtam������������������������������ nn���������. af flfMauaar *>*. _..-_������   fan  ; (nuK_nt������_n_r-:'-| a������nrr������___i.;  . ,>_A   __���������  THE FUFNfTURE STORE  -NKW STOCK OK--  Sideboards, Buffets, '  Cbin^t Cabinets, Dinner  and Extension Tables   ,  F. R: P. BISCOE,  REAL  ESTATE  IM 00R SJTOTffl AMD RAM  WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY  Cheapest Lots in Courtenay  A few left at  or $100 Terms  $25 down  ������$������������������s&������^^  {tn  (at  w  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  P^one 9  Courtenay 8.0.  @  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made , v.o ^rdcr  from S20 to S35    All Work First Class  A. MoKINSTON McPhec Work, Cumberland    fl  COMMUNICATIONS.  Nanaimo defeated Cumberland  at football on Sunday last, on tbe  old recreation grounds, by it score  of 1 to 0.  B. Cloutiet,  General Blacksmith  Limited.  GENERAL AGENTS FOR THE  Royal Insurance Co., Ltd.  London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.  Standard Life Assurance Co:  London Assurance Corporation (Marine.)  London & Provincial Marine and General  Insurance Co.. Ltd.  Ocean Marine insurance Co.,-Ltd.  London & Lancashire Guarantee Accident  Co.  Boiler Inspection and Insurance Co.  National Security Co��������� of New York.  ' Resident Agentst  a. r. bates w.w. willard  Courtenuy Cumberland  ���������^/R.J������. =WINCH dcCo., Ltd. j   Temple Building ������ Fort St., Victoria, B.C.  Horseshoeing a Speciilty.  HAVE  YOUR  PHOTO  TAKEN!  ���������AT���������  Powell's   Studio.  j Work guaranteed.  Prices reasonable,  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  8 '  SELLING  OUT  Third Ave., Cumberland  M������HlMHHf������M(ieS������0  DomniDinoii  BUGGIES and  FARM IMPLEMENTS  AT     LOWEST     CASH     PRICES.  manufacturer of  MINERAL    WATERS  ������*���������*  It seems strange to us that, if  reports concerning'po r food ser.  vediu our  hospital   have been  current in this city  lor months,  as stated by the Islander.' that no  complaint of such ha- <?ver reach  "ed ihe hospital board. The board  ���������is tlie first placo to go  to  wilh  ���������'complaints, and if ihey  tail ^ to  ��������� take? the matter up, .then  go'to  the   public   press.     Uut   don't  . knock a public institution such  as an hospital, before giving them  every   chance   to disprove the  slatemeut.    Some people would  not be satisfied if you ga e them  food such as is supplied  by  the  Dehnouico.    It is   up to every  man or woman to pa\ their score  before they kick. -  LIQUOR  LICENCE ACT'  '; (.Section 49 )  NOTICK is hereby jjivuivthiit, on the  22ntl diy of July, 1911, 'implication .will  be umile to tliu Superinutnilent of Pro-  vinriiil   Police  for  ihe  transfer of the  license for the sale of hipicr hy retail in  ami upon the  premise** Urwn as  lhe  Port Auj_ii������ia Hotel, siiim-* ai Comox, in  Coniox disirici, iu the I'iovukc of British  Columbia, iVnm  Joseph  H. Holmes, of  Haul Cmnox, K> John   C,   Clarence,  of  Norihlx-nd, in ihe sniil Prmince of llrit-  i.li Columbia.      Joski-h II. I'oi.MKH,  lluuler of license.  n John C, Cukknck,  Applicant for transfer.  Notice ���������  I'UUUC NOTICK   is herehy given  that on and afMiluly im. iyn, it  shall  i,w i;!������!.nvl'.'.l i *������������������ Vi\i l*"i-������*, I'tw, mill*'.  ...���������i:,e, --hi-i-jK-r iMi.un ui run ul laf|>n or  feiui upitii ilu* publii. si reels, lanes alieys  or titifcucecl low or lan������'������ wiiliin lhe city  luiui*), except mllcli cmvs, which shall he  ���������itluw.d to ran ail.1 ik'. from seven o'clock  in the mornin;; um,i n-Jit o < lock in ill-.*  afternoon ot <-.'������<'h dny, Mi'ch 1 nwu imi**t  bu ki'pi closed in fiom eiyhl o'cii.cl; in  ilu* iifteinmin until seven o'th ch in the  morning, mil all bell. r. ninved from the  i-i���������*������. a* nit.'lu ���������<iihj*!''t to ilu* provi*.ioti_of  tlie I'litiuU II. ������i iw.  IU unlet t.f die Ch.* Ctmn'-  A. Mt-Kis.'.on, C..M.C,  Ciiy II ill, Jum 13th.^<>n ���������  A prophet is without honor in  his own couutry. As with prophets, so it is with the natural  advantages which a country en.  joys, and those acquired advan-'  tages which are ob'ained under  its laws and customs ��������� it often  needs the eye of the outsider to  discover the striking benefits of  some institution with which the  people are blessed.  The earnest tribute paid to the  Canadian Government Annuities  system by Mr William Jennings  Bryan during his address lo the  citizens of Gault, Out., should do  much to determine the question  fo<- those who have not yet taken  advantage of the system, the opin  ion coming, as it does, from one  who has made,the social problem  a life study * He is reported'to  have said: ''I have been trying  for years to figure out, a similar  scheme for the benefit of the citizens of the United States, and I  cannot understand whv every  civilized country does not follow  the lead of Canada aud encourage  the people to put something by  for the day when they will be too  old to work, This is true co-  operative government," lie added  While other countries have  established pension schemes,  which are but extensions of Poor  Law Relief, the result of which  is to pauperize and not to stimulate thrift, the Canadian, government has, by iu Annuities Act,  inaugurated .���������*������ Hi'Miic* <vh<?t'������*hy  lluifl i.s urouaoiul, nm] tjjc people  are provided with facilities which  will enable them to help themselves, and at the same time pre*  serve i..eir M-U-H-spi-ci ami dignity. Full information may be  obi'ainod by addressing the Super  intendent of Canadian Government Annuities, Ottawa, to whom  all letters go free of postage.  *   Mp-*. IX K'lpiiliii'l; and  duiigli*  le;-    im'.**,   ,1, 1'iV, .!     !;i >!;!.<     fl'i/lll     ;|  Editor Neavs:  Permit me to use a small space  in your valuable paper.     In the  issue of the Islander, dated  May  2oih an editorial appeared  commenting on  the  splendid work  done by the new roiad superint'eu  dent,     Mr. Wilmshurst.    ./Ihe  editorial further goes on to show  the contrast between  the work  done this year and that done in  previous years, or, as  the editor  has been pleased to put it,  '-the  pleasing-contrast-to-the���������patch-  woi'k system and  hit, and  miss  plan of laying out work-that, had  hiiherto  obtained''.   I have uo  thought or intention of .saying  anything against Mr Wilmshurst  or his work in this district. This  I will leave  for   a   few   months  longer, so as to give him a chance  to show his ability in that direction.  I am not a road boss myself,  nor in my wildest dreams do I  ever hope or aspire to such a  position of honor and trust, piob  ably on account of my not being  able to suck around election time  or in other words, to boost for the  member, as this seems to be one  of the chief characteristics required in order to obtain one of the  coveted positions, knowledge and  experience being a secondary  consideration. Hut as a. resideut  and ratepayer of Comox District  I woulci like to express my views  on this matter.  The insinuation made by, ...the  Bonora Blook  P.O. Box 432  Phone   2-9  CUMBERLAND  B.C. HARDWARE Co., Ltd,  733 Johnson St., Victoria.  A\\\miiiii!i'll  ������ Capital $6,200,000.  Reserve $7,200,000 |  Fhe Royal Bank of Canada.   I  JOINT ACCOUNTS may be opened in the names of two 01  more 1  persons, to he operated by any one of them, and in the event of  IE  r=  B  a  The Universal  Fire Extinguisher.  Energetic representative - or  agents wanted for the Universal  Fire Extinguisher. An excellent  ''seller." Needed in every house.  \p_pJ.Y_to___,__ ";_   H. JACOBSEN COMPANY,  Vancouver, B.C.  = death" to be paid to the survivor without, any formality  i SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest I  i at higheBt Current Rates allowed on Opposite of $1 and upwards. I  I CUMBERLAND, B. C, Branch, Open Daily. / f  1 COURTENAY,   B.C, ^Sub-Branch,   Open Tuesdays and I  j FRIDAYS. 1 I  j UNION WHARF, B. C,   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays I  H. F. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  such good condition as they are.  Besides, we must not forget the  fact, that the pioneer work has  all been done before our present  superintendent's time, aud that  widening a road, which is the  work chiefly carried on at the  present time, is a much easier  matter than cutting oue through  the virgin forest, where stumps,  logs and swamps have to be contended with.  Again, we hear of the splendid  work done hy the supervisor, but  never auword of praise or credit,  i goes to the foremen and the men  Of course, they are only the tools  and therefore not worthy of consideration. Yet to them a good  ly share of the credit l'or our  good road system is due. Good  roadmen , are becoming scareer  each year simply. because the  government refuses to pay the  ,. , ,        .,     wages that can be obtained else  editor ot the Islander I. consider where| whereQS Jor m increa8eof  a direct insult to those who had,tv_Aly fiye cems per day a sul>  '���������ny  s ���������.i������.iit tires liuvi-  i-.v--  ��������� Comox for th ��������� |������in-f ���������t'**-w  Jt-vernl \\v\Ml> wi-iami- ������Jtu trim* ii>  durigor.  :V|V  ���������Vi a., f  , "v* -ii  li'moii I-.;, a-" ���������������������������' ���������'��������� *'<  j hum lit biu-i'l'illl n?i SltlHiny  !|iinjti, hv 11 wn������i������ of H m 7.  H.ItT  charge of the   road  making   in  yours gone-by.    I have been n  resident of this  district, for  a  number of years, and have done  considerable road   work myself  in the past, aud am therefore iii  11 position to  know   the   exact  tacts of the ease.   If Mr. Editor  will take a walk down what is  known as the Roy Road he will  there see some work executed by  Mr. Roy and his men that uo  man need be ashamed of,    Or if  he will drive along the Union  B-*v rond lir-twhen   Rov's much  and Courtenay he will find some  more   samples  ot   good   roads.  Again, ii   he   takes  uie  Lake  Trail on his homeward journey,  he will find another piece ot road  made by Mr. Calhoun two years  ago which, 1 am uot afraid to say  will compare favorably with, any  piece   of road built iindci   tlie  supervision of Mr. Wilmshurst,  Again, the government grant  up to n year ngo never em-eded  tSuiiy ihow*>;iud doll ui.s. WiK'U  we cou-sid r the gte.U amount ot  luid.s ��������������� ^K" nuide and repitir-Kit  uni of such a small grant, we  are surprised to find the roads in  stantial amount would be added  to the amount of work done, because more good men could then  be obtained and the work pushed  at, a greater rate than is possible  at present. Thanking you for  your valuable space, I will sign  myself  Faxkplay.  TENDERS for thu erection' of  an addition to the U. & (J. District Jlo.pitnl, Cumo-ui'htiid, will  litf received up to Friday noun,  July 7th, 11)11. i'huiH and speci-  licatioua can bu seen ut tho ollleo  of L A. Aldiuice, enwmill.  Address nil tonders to l'. Dalby,  Em 1 lliejbslHarhisqn  BA ISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  =V.  BOflO^fl:  CUholcsole Dealer* in WINES, LiIQUOR & BEER  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 29....  CUMBERLAND  I  f  This is the first spring in the history of Comox  District that the local demand for,eggs has been  equal to the supply. Nothing pays better than  poultry, if they are rightly managed. Begin  with'the little fellows and fted them CHICK  FOOD, which is a mixture of bone meal, wheat,  oats, corn and othor grain, cut and blended in  the right proportion to' make them thrive and  grow,    L'or sale by  A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   - Courtenay, B.C  DKALER IN FLOUR AND FEED.  ' IIIUMIIMIHr HHBMMffi���������nilllllH I IBM  i  ���������AND  ftUUVIMHI'y  rf  Tho lowest or any tender not  iieeuHHaiily uecepted.  fa am    ��������� ���������** aJr>"  FOR SALE���������U)8iicru������ of the  (iiu>t ol' hmd in NeliiO'n   Ditti'iet,  two und a half inih'i-v fiom  (Jum.  Ix'vlaml.    -10 a<t.e������ ������'a������ily eleiuvd,  U5 iu'I'i'h jrood   tinilior,   close   to  (.riiiit**. I������w rj/i nir earn p.   Sulii-id hi  ��������� r 1 t'-      1   *i i*  !-<iriM'r   o(   plitci*      I-1110   liiiililin^r  ���������it.t.    Ivir-y to <'iit   into   len-mui'  blnrkt*.    1'nr it-nil** ������ppl)  u������  X.  Iliinvy, Happy Vnll������������y.  A nice advertising  Souvenir  V������in OC ������Ci������l  ucc io ���������_Vci^    plus.*  peetive buyer who sends for our  Catalogue aud mentions this ad  vertisement.  ^1  THOS. PLIMLEY,  ornce and Store 730 YATES ST.,      i/irmDiA    o *~*  OAHAOt. 727 JOHNSON ST.. VIV-.IURIA,   ra.C  ������������������If you get i������ at Plimlcy's it's all eight."  j> 3 ���������Wkj Do RopiUrlus '  c  xoea  ^

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