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TUESDAY, MARCH 21, .911  Subscription $r.oo a Year  .���������if***  The Store  of Quality  The Store  Of Quality  THE BIG STORE  h*t*a>**^lm*a***il**m*am\*\lam  -J^frj^-*-���������*���������%������������������������������  Mfiy New Spring Goods  AT THE  -BIG STOtyE.*--  SJr.8&A_N Gr IS .EL&I&jE] and we are prepared to  ineet the requirements of a greatly increasing business.3  Our buying ih all lines for spring and   smrimer \vas  'made in tlie most careful way aud we give you the.  benefit of a wide experience.     OllP   motto is  Quality first,- Price afterwards,  with satisfaction guaranteed.   ���������  .STAPLE DEFT. ��������� '  We iealize that in order to meet the demands of busi.  ness that this department must always be well stocked  Ours is now replete with hou.-ehold'-linens,- cotton  sheetings, pillowing, art'sateens, and cretonnes suitable for toning up the house after spring cleaning,  GROCERIES.  A Large Collection of the Choicest and Freshest  -always on hand.- rGive us a-trial order.~  Our Aim is to Give SATISFACTION.  Simon Leiser & Co., Ltd.  ,\.       *   ���������* * 1.*j ...  Dunsmulr Ave., Cumberland.  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  .    AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BfcCER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds oT  Wines aud Liquors.  Place your Xmas orders for Shortbread, Fruit Cake   aud  Fruit Loaf NOW.  SECOND    STREE  Boxing Contest,  Tho "Thorn son-Vinson boxing  contest for tho lightweight chain*  pioiiflhip of B, 0., camVoil* in tho  Onmborland Hall on Saturday  evening, before a fair stood audi-  ciiee, and was won by ��������� Vlufion in  tho ninth round, Thomson throw,  ing up tho sponge.  Tho (Wound preliminary ho.  twoon Frank Dyor of Los Angeles  and Kid Mcluo of thi. city, waa  declared a draw. Tho lovers of  ���������Hhe manly art" who were piwont,"  seemed to oiijoy tlio contest thoroughly, especially tho flcrnp between Thouiflon and Viiihoii after  their part of tho programme was  ovor, Mr, TliontHon wo lu<nr, financially comes out at tho littlo  end of the hv.-n.  Tlm millinory openings at Tlio  Big Store, wan a great bucci-sb,  the showing of spring inilinoiy,  hoing the llnest over soon in Cumberland, and sponlcH vory highly  ol' the efficiency of Miss Pike, who  is in charge for another hoiihoii.  Frank Kainijay has resigned  his position with tho Pilsouor  Urowing Co., and is again with  U, Grunt & Co.  Mr, W. Hayman lofr for Nanul  mo on Friday morning to attend  tho funeral .of hln   grandmother,  Mrs Stewart, who recently died in  that ci'y.  Sunday*  outgoing  uinil   will  close in hit uro at 2 13 p. 111.  W. W. Willard intends short-  ly to open up u brunch of Ids Imr."  iiosr business at Courteniiy, for  tho 'accomodation of tho valley  farmers.  Mr. and Mrs, F. D. Littlo of  Victoria nro visiting (biniliwrlniid.  *���������"���������"*������������������ ���������'.������ ���������  Tho infant m*u 01 Mr. nnd Mrs.  Colin   Campbell,   of  Coiirtouay,  died on Tuesday morning.  ������_.__,..-_, _o..-.- _���������__.  Tho regular mooting of llio  Citizens Longuo will bo hold iu  t,hc Council Olwmbera ou Wed-  uuBiioy evening, March 22ml at  8 o'clock,  Ooorgo Shaw representing, tho  Scrtiiiton School, is iu town.  Millinory Openings at Tlio Rig  StoriS* on Saturday next   Allure  cordially invited to vi#it the aliow  tooms.  m  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES  Furniture and Household  Wallpaper  Paints  VarnisK  Oils' Ete.^  * TRY THE  _The MagneLCash Stor e.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  I THE CORNER STORE !  Sum  Our Summer  Suits are    at  hand.      Quality  and  Prices  3re Right,  I  mn���������*:\ - ���������  Obituary.  ��������� Sidney Hancock, sou of Mrs  Annie Jones of this city, died at  tho family ro.idance, Maryport  Avenue, on Saturday evening lust,  after a lingering 11111068; Tho deceased was a native of Austral^,  and was 20 years of ago II0 had  iboun a resilient heie for a uumhur  of years, and was well known in  tlio com in unity, The funeral took  place on Sunday aftonioon, to il;t>  station, thonco to Vancouver for  iiiM-iriueur, at tho request of tho  docousud. Tho loinuins wore uo-  compatiied hy relatives.  Dr, MaoNaiighton undurwont a  siicccsful oporutiou lor appendicitis at Vancouver, almobt iin mediately on*his arrival thoro. The  doctor wo arc informed is doing at?  well as could ho expected, and  hopes aro entertained of a spoody  recovery,  Shainrockfi defeated tho Mix-  turos at football on Sunday nftor*  noon, for tho Kosloy Uup, by a  HCdro of U to 1.  John Kosloy. man agor of No. 5  nnd Mo. 0 111 nes has resigimd,  ..<>-__  A nuinhor ol' hond holders, directors, mid oillafala of tho C1111-  iidlnu Pnllh'i't.-K (nnnmnuii') Titd.  will nrrive hero on KrJdn}.  .fatal Accident, f  ���������^ - , ,w  John Folio, an Italian was in-,  stantly killed, . and T. McGeo  slightly injured at No. 5 switch,  early*ion Monday morning. Tho  engine with minors ear was  on its way in from No. 7, to tnke  out tho morning .hifl, and when  making a flying switch at No C  so us to reverse the cur, tho engine  collided with the ear, killing, Folio, who wns fitnriding on tho front  part of the cur with AlcC-iou. Anj  further particulars of llio accident  would be premature until alter  tho inquest is held, as at tho pros  ont timo wo aro not acquainted as  to tho particulars.  Robert Thomson, son of Mr.  John Thomson was tho ongiuetr  in charge of tho train at the *iim.t  ol tho accident.  The  following   goods   have  arrived  and are in  the best  of condition:  Laces and Embroideries,  Ginghams, Prints, Vesting*  Summer Dress Goods, Etc,  CL  J. N. McLEOD,  Dunsmuir Ave.  Cutr.berta.nd  ������w^i^wm������9������H999mm������mm9������#  1HL CANADIAN .-BANK  OF COMMERCE  1 *��������� - ��������� *  aam������*-*rm^m^mmmammmm^  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LLD., D.C.L, President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, Qenebal Manage*  .  CAPITAL, - $10,000,000  REST, '- $7,GO0,60O'  THE SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $r-ir.it  upwards; on which interest is allowed at current .-arcs. Tlif!*-**. i:: v.o  delay in withdrawing the whole or any portion of tlie depo-i?, Sinai.  deposits are welcomed. 234  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more persons; lo be  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor. A joint account  of this kind saves expense in establishing the ownership <���������!' the. money  after death, and is especially useful when a man desirus to provide fV.V  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his Jcat.S.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH W. T. WHITE. tfnui������g--r  .���������*���������*! ���������_i.-.  U--X 1  Dv, J). 12. Korr, dontist. will ho  at Comox March 20th, to April  3nd, inclnsivi, Union Iky, April  JJrd to 8th, inchiMvo and at (.um-  boi'liui'l Oth, to 22ml.  -!>*-  On account of Friday, April  Mth, hi'iiiK O00.I Friday and a  Dominion Hunk Molidiiy, the  Iloyal Ilanlc of Canada'n Huh-  MriiiHih nt Courtenay will hn a\\>w\  on thi'tiliy, but will opou on  Saturday for Ihu in.ua! hour..  Jn fnturo all ohurcli Jots in this  city will ho taxed, tho clmrcli  huildiiig only hi������injj oxoinpt.  :    ^ ���������. 01   I.   The (-.aloof ivorknt Ouinhorland  Hall te baiiijp; lioiitinnud today.  ���������. 4*���������.1   Don't forgot tho ftraii.l I'oiicort  at. CuiiiUoHtii'i'i Hall on Wodno**.  tiny m-oniujr.  Ohiof Cnimtahlo StoplmiiRon of  Nanaimo, ih In town to hivontigatn  tho' caiiPt* of tlm latofmnl ncoident,  at tho diroction of the Attorney  OtMioral.  While H,M,C.S. Rainbow wns  peacefully proceeding to the (.*.���������  mox ranges tor gun jiractice a  request was telegraphed from  Priuce Rupert asking that the  warship be sent to land bluejackets to patrol the streets at the G.  T.I*. port, whirl0 a strike of work  iug ineu is in progress. The request was made by the city conn  cil at the not them city ���������Colonist  Edwnrd .Winn nnd R. 8u%,.  wi-ro on complaint of Cowuuhlo  Rtuphi'iiKon, tried hpfore Magit*-.  tuuo Abrumft on Monday, for  liightlnjj and- cauM'r.j; a diBtuiv ���������  aneo on tho publie. utrect. Tim  iicourcd w������������re oonvictod' auij fiv^I  SC.OO ami coiitfi each,  BhurifT Trawford  of Nituainio,  wan in town thin week.  Provincial CotiHtablo Siphon  boh arreHtod tvvu white m������������y and  three 1'ndjann at Union liny on  Tiiosdny, tho white men for supplying liquor, anil the Indians for  h<<iu^ d'unk. The e;ifc wu������* tried  boforo Magistrate Alirnmn, nnd thu  \ili������il������ hunch oonvictod, The  whites wero fined 850 ench or  four mouths in jail, and ihu Tn-  ill hi*, two, $12.20 each or two  ni'Hiti-s ai>d vine ������17.50 or two  uii'iiih*.  l$d^$S%fa^\  \^m^^sm^a^^*ay^*tfi^a_^_w_m*Wm  :   ,y,y^Ki,,^.^.i-  Don't Neglect  1 Onr Storkp of Spring Met  chaudinc an* v.��������� riti, c ���������  pletiou everv d:iy,  C"l.  MWV.  Vaiii* ni������Ae������������  'VUI     UlVt*il������  Men's Spring clothes ready  for the man who appreciates  a stylish good-fitting .suit.  Viie iiiieoininoii kind of  clothes that are built with ns  lunch care as anv  rn������.N������tn-  inilorcd suit���������carefully work rics. Ttyiiiiniup;., Lrc'-s, I'm  ed stiteh by sfiich, iimidrmul bmideiii-, Nets, ICiV.  out, Otit* ivady.io wtm Hats for  }ftdi'-'- .-in/I ic's'.-s h,i\-������*   |i <<���������  *������, *18;BO. $20. $22.50, ;,:,rjv,d ,.pd mil ba  on  mm  >^ND $25.00. f������'t Sr.iun;.'i>.  I'.'itent i.ace and 0.\ford������ are  ve-y jud'hy,  New washable Dre.i.:i Fab  m  ^^crufor ih   C > .i.'.t , 1,1.  .NUo. (Jo., tl  AIoiHH-*.!.  Maiift-t(i.|ii<*;i*i'nc  l'.<oitii*i|(.  Wo aiiarnnt 0 a IIT,  t^y < H  ��������� M  ���������."fry  XWatjr..  ___x_i_____ THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Riverman  By STEWART  EDWARD  WHITE  Ceprri-tbt. 1908. by Ihe McClur* Com*  f*ny.   Copyrijht. 1907. 190ft. by  SUwul Edwwd WUl������  (Continued.)  Chapter  13  *������  I  QAVT_ Holuzunm's contract nil  .drawn," sitld Newmnrk tbe uext  morning, "nnd 1 think I'll go  around with you to the olttce."  They found the Utile German awaiting them. Newuinrk immediately took  charge of the Interview.     o  "1 have executed here the contract  nnd the bonds secured by Mr. Orde's  nnd my shares of stock In the new  company." he explalt-ed.  Helnzmau reached his hands for the  papers, beaming over his glasses at  the two young men. As he read, however, ids smile vanished.  "Vat is this'*" he Inquired, crispness  lu his voice. "You tolt me." he accused Orde, "dot you were not bre-  . jmred to break out the rollways. You  tolt cue you would egspect me to do  that for myself. Well, why do you  put In this?" reading from the paper  In his hand:  "In case said rollways belonging to said  parties of the second part nre not broken  out by the time the drive has reached  them, and In case on demand said parties of the second part do refuse or do  not exercise due diligence In breaking out  eald rollways, the said parties of the first  part shall themselves break out said roll-  ��������� ways, and the said parties of the second  'part* do hereby agree to reimburse said  parties of the first part at the rate of ft  dollar per thousand board feet."  ;   "That Is merely to protect ourselves,"  '���������truck ln Newmark.  1   "But." exploded Heinzman, his face  purpling, "a dollar a t'ousanu is ������.*���������-  nurd!" ,  "Of course." agreed Newmark.  "VV<i  expect it to be.    It is intended as a  penalty in case you don't break out  your own rollways in time."  ~^l,7l���������Iir'lwt"^lM'ia~fbrn-Uch"_'fo"ol_8h*  ness!" pounded Heinzman.  "Very well." said Newmark crisply,  - reaching for the contract.  But Heinzman clung to it  "It is absurd." he repeated In a milder tone.   "See, 1 vlll strike it out"   EL*  did so with a few dashes of the pen.  "We have no Intention," stated New-  mark, with decision, "of giving you  the chance to hang up our drive," .  Heinzman caught his breath.  "So  that  is   what you   think!"  be  shouted. He tore the contract In pieces  and threw It In the waste-basket.   "Get  oudt of here!" he cried.  Orde's bands twitched nervously.  "You to refuse our offer?"   '  "Refuse!    Yes-you and your whole  cnpoodle!" yelled Heinzman.        ,.  ..  Onco'in the open street Orde drew a  deep breath of relief,  "Whew!" said hu.   "That was a ter-  ror!    We've gone off the wrong foot  that time."  Newmnrk wns amused,  "You don't mean to sny that fooled  you I" he marveled,  "Whiit?" united Ordo.  "It was ull .rubbish,   He snw wo had  fipottcd his little scheme, and he had  to retreat.   It was iih plain as tho noBo  on your face.   We've got an enemy on  our hands In nny cane and one we'll  have to look out for.   He'll try to mnko  troubio on tho river.   Porhnps he'll try  to block the Btream by not breaking  bin rollwuyH."  The partners hunted out the little  frame building In whloh .lohnson conducted bis business.  "1 see no use In It." snld Johnson.  "I enn run mo own wldout help from  nny man,"  "Which Beems to settle that!" snid  Newmnrk to Orde after thoy had left.  "Now," hiiid Newmnrk as they trudged buck to their hoi el, "this proposition of Ilelir/.miin'H litis given me an  Idea. I'm not going to try to sell thin  utoclt outside, but to the men who own  timber along the river. Then thoy  won't be objecting lo the IoIIh, for If  Mm company uuiI-oh nny profits part  will go lo them. I'll take these contracts to show wo can do tho business,  nnd I'll see about Incorporation and  pet n proper olllee nnd equipments. Of  roiiine we'll lmvo to mnko tlila our  headquarters."  "I  suppose ho," said Ordo n  littlo  youug people tor a canay pun," sam  she.  "Who, mother?" asked Orde.  "Your crowd���������the Smiths, Collinses,  Jane Hubbard and Her," said Grandma Orde.  The young people straggled in at an  early hour after supper. Orde stepped  wto the ball to help them with their  wraps. He was surprised as he approached Carroll Bishop to lift her  cloak from her shoulders to find that  the top of her daintily poised head,  with Its soft, line hair, came well below the level of his eyes. Somehow  her poise, her slender grace of movement and of attitude, had lent her tho  Impression of n stature she did not  possess.  "Oh, It is so quaint and delightful."  Carroll exhaled slowly, "this dear old  house with its low ceilings nnd Its old  engineering. The falls, only about  fifteen feet higo, fell straight to a bed  of sheer rock. This had been eaten by  the eddies into potholes and crannies  until a jagged irregular scoop hollow  had formed immediately underneath i  the fall.     .  \  In flood time the water roared .  through this obstruction ln a torrent. ]  The logs plunged end on into the I  scoop hollow, hit with a crash and |  were spewed out below more or less j  buttered. Sometimes, when the drive I  brought down a hundred logs together, I  they failed to shoot over^the barrier j  of the ledge. Then followed a jam, a j  bad jam, difficult and dangerous to |  break. '*  This condition of affairs Orde bad  determined, If possible, to obviate.  "If," said he to North, "we could  carry an apron on a slant from just  under the crest aud cfVer the potholes  it would shoot both the water nnd the  logs off a better angle."  "Sure," agreed North, "but you'll  have fun placing your apron with all  that water running through. Why, It  would drown us!"  "I've got a notion on that" said  Orde.  (To be continued.)  "Oh, tt ts so ifimlnt and delightful."  pictures and queer, unexpected things  that take your breath away."  "It Is one of the oldest houses ln  town." said Orde. "and I suppose it is  picturesque. But. you see. I was  brought up here, so I'm used to it."  "Wait until you leave it," said she.  "Then all these things will come back  to you to make your heart ache for  them."  After the company had gone Orde  stood long by the front gate looking  up Into the Infinite spaces. Somehow,  and vaguely, he felt the night to be  akin to her elusive spirit. ' Farther and  farther his soul penetrated into its  depths, and yet other depths lay beyond, other mysteries, other unguesscd  realms. And yet its beauty was the  simplicity of space and dark and the  stars.  The next time he saw her was at  the house of the friend she visited.  Orde was lucky enough to find the  girls home und alone. Jane made an  excuse and went out They talked  with a considerable approach toward I  intimacy. .Not until nearly time to go  didOrdestumble-upou-the-vital-point  of the evening; He had said something about a plan for the week following,  "But you forget that by that time I  shall be gone," said she.  "Gone!" he echoed blaukly. "Where?"  "Home," said she.    "Don't you remember 1 am to go Sunday morning?"  "I thought you were going to stay a  month,"  "I was, but I���������certain things came  up that made it necessary for me to  leave sooner."  "Will you write me occasionally?"  he begged.  "As to that"���������she began���������"I'm a very  poor correspondent. I do not make it  a custom to write to young men."  "Oh!" he cried, believing himself en-  ligbteued. "Will you answer if 1 write  you?"  She begun gently to laugh, quite to  herself, as though enjoying n Joke entirely within her own personal privilege.  "Whnt Is your address in New  York?" demanded Orde.  She sunk Into a chair near by with a  pretty uplifted gesture of despair.  "I surrender!" she cried, and then  sho laughed until the tears started  from her eyes. "Oh, you nre dell-  clous!" she snld at last. "Well, listen.  I live nt 12 West Ninth street Cnn  you remember that?"  Orde nodded.  Two days Inlor Orde snw tho trnln  enrry her nwny.  An Original Evening Wrap.  Evening wraps this season are things  of  beauty  and  comfort and, envelop  the figure from neck to frock tietn In  bewltchlngly graceful folds.   Some of  Chapter  15  UK new (Inn plunged busily Into  pressing nctlvltltts, Ordo con*  stmitly Interviewed men of ull  klnds-rlvormon, mill men, con*  tractors, bout bulldorHj licrdware deal.  cm, pile driver captains. ^ulldci-H,  wholesale grocery men, cookn, lumen,  chore boys-all a littlo world tu itself,  Downstream eight miles, below the  T  fc#������'  IN PARTT AT1TIUI!,  these wraps resemble the toga of ancient Rome, The model Illustrated Is  of pule blue chiffon and charmeuse,  worn over u gown of pnk> gold crepe  do chine trimmed with peurl lattice  embroidery,  blnnkly.   After un Instant he laughed. I n,mHf n,���������| j���������gt beyond where the draw  'Do yon know, 1 hadn't thought of  thnt?"  "Also," went on Newmnrk calmly,  "I'll buy the supplies to thu best advantage I cnn."  "Aiid IV" Inquired Orde.  "Oct the booms built and Improve  the river. Begin to get your crew.  You can Blurt right olt, We nave tny  money to begin on."  Orde laughed.  "My! Bhe'H a nice big Job, Isn't she?"  bo cried IovoiihIv.  bridge crossed over to Monrovia, Dun*  onn MeTeo<l'** dhlovnrdt* steamed nnd  bent nnd bolted nwny at two tugbontH.  The spring burst Into lenf nnd set*  tied Into summer,   Ordo wuh constant*  ly on the move.   As soon as low water enmo with midsummer he departed  to (tedding.    Here he Joined n crew  which Tom North hud coiivi-icu nml  wend to tho hend of the river,    l-'ur  buck on iho  head waters ho built a  dam.   The gnlo operated simply nnd  could lie raised to let loose an entire  Hood, And, Indeed, this was the wholo  purpose of the dnro.   It created a reservoir from which could be freed tiew  NiipplleM of wnter to eke ont the dropping Kprlng fro-dicts.  The crew next moved down ten miles  , to where tho  river dropped  over n  ; rapids  full of bowlder*.    Here  were  1 built ii row of stono Oiled log crib* lu  ' a double row dowmureum to define  the rbnnnel nnd to hold tbe drive Uv  1 It nnd nwny from the shallow*, At the  ������veiling. | falls twenty-live miles below Orde pur-  "I've n������k*Hl   three or four ol  th# ��������� nosed tils room elaborate bit of rough  Germany Solves Servant Problem.  Germany with u paternal form of  government hus done fur moro than  any othor country to eliminate tho  troubles of the servant girl question,  Rules hnve been worked out so a  housewife is sure to get un honest  girl nnd, furthermore, hus a complete  hlBtory of tho girl before hiring hor.  If n womnn In Germany wants u servant sho goes to un employment bureau nnd llles nn application, Tho  servant appears with her oftlcinl service book, which shown when sho begnn  to work nud which gives a porsonul  description nnd hlutorj' of herself. It  shows tho mimes of the ponious for  whom she has worked uud the reasons  for louvlng, Uneh entry Is stumped  by tho police ami boors proof of their  Investigation, if the girl Is dismissed  sbo ctnitiot lose tier service Hook, bo-  ca'uno sho would not be permitted by  tlio polled to get another job until tho  book wns accounted for nnd hor prist  rocord Investigated. When the servant gets n new pin. o r|������i* must report  nt onco to tlio polite station nnd lmvo  hor service book stninped, In still  another way .hns the comfort of tho  servnnt been provided for. Every  Monday tho servant's niliuross must  pnsto In tier hook n five cent stump,  which Is credited to the girl's Innur-  nnee fund, This means when tlio girl  rone lies n certain nge Hhe tvlll receive  a pi-union from the government.  Pains That Make Misery.  A Talk With Our Lady Readers.  Have you ever noticed how miserable and" unhappy the. little pains and  aches make one? A sfinging cut, badly chapped hands, a nasty burn, a  sore foot, a poisoned finger���������none of  them wounds or ailments ever likely  to cause serious trouble, which come  to every woman���������and man, too���������and  are just sufficient to tuke the edge off  one's temper and give one a "grouch."  Zam-Buk is just the thing at such  times. Aa soon as you put it on to  a sore, a cut, u burn, or any skin injury, it stops the pain, and the smarting and starts up healing. Don't  make the mistake that because Zam-  Buk is so widely used* by medical  men, by nurses, nnd for serious skin  diseases and accidents, thut it is-only  for serious cases. Keep it handy and  use it immediately you get some triv-  inl injury or have some littlo sore.  Mrs. Chas. H. Burrqtt, Harmony  Roiul, Truro, N.S., says*. "I had an  ingrowing toe nail, which caused me  acute agony. Sometimes the pain was  so severe I could not sleep. It became  so batl thut I feared blood-poisoning  had set iii, I was advised to try Zam-  Buk and bound up the sore toe with  it. In n few days it was much easier,  unci 1 continued the treatment. The  result is that today the toe is sound  and I have no more trouble with it.  We always keep Zam-Buk in our  house, and I would strongly recommend it to every housewife."  Zam-Buk is just the thing, too, for  the little ones. Pure in its composition, and herbal in nature, it is suitable for the most delicate skin. It  also cures piles, eczema, varicose ul-,  cers, cold sores, .abscesses, blood poisoning, ring-worm, and all similar  skin diseases. Sold'every where at 50c  a box, or post free from Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, upon receipt of price.  Mixed Emotions  A Bostonian tells of a clean, well-  set young Irishman who formerly saw  service in the British navy, but who  is now engaged in business at the  Hub.  "When are you going to get Home  Rule in Ireland, John?!' asked the  Bostonian idly.    .  The only way that we'll get home  rule in ould Ireland," said the Celt,  "will be if France*���������an' Russia���������an'  Germany���������an' Austria���������an' maybe  Italy���������if they would all join together  to- give these blackguards of England  a, rare ould batin.'. That's the only  way, sir, we'll get home rule."  Then as he looked cautiously round,  a twinkle of ci.yming was added to his  expression. "An" the whole lot of 'em  together couldn't do it sir. Oh, it's  the grand navy we've got!"���������Lippin-  cott's Magazine."  The publisher of the, best Farmer's  paper in the Maritime Provinces in  writing to us states:  "I would say that I do not know of  a medicine that has stood the test of  time like MINARD'S LINIMENT.  It has been an unfailing remedy in  our household ever since I can remember, and has outlived dozens of  would-be competitors und imitators."  The Right Number  A teacher in giving a lecture to the  members of her junior hygiene class,  had cautioned them against eating  anything hard, such as nuts, hard  candy, etc. A small boy hold up his  hand,  "Whnt is it, Sumniie?" sho inquired.  "Say, did you ever see any of  theso hero candy jaw-breakers?" he  asked.  "Ye-s, T believe bo," alio hesitated  wonderingly.  "Well, Willie here," indicating  another boy in the class, "Btood  right in front of Georgie's store yesterday nnd et livo of them right  down."  "Ate," corrected the teacher.  "Aw, wns it eight? I was thinkin'  it wns only five."  THE   PATIENT   BRAIN.  REAL SOLID WEALTH.  Cart Wheel Currency of the Island o!  Stone Money.  In a land where food and drink  and ready made clothes grow on trees  arid may be had for the gathering it  is not easy to see how. a man can run  very deeply in debt for his living expenses. But in "The Island of Stone  Money" W. H. Fumess explains that  nature's ready-made clothes are not  ornamental and the soul of man, especially of 'woman, from the equator  to the poles demands personal  adornment.  Like all adornments, polished shells,  tortoise shell, variegated beads, and  so forth, demand labor in the making.  Here, then, the natives of Yap, one  of the Caroline Islands, have _olved  the problem of political economy and  found that labor is tho true standard  of value. But this medium must bo  enduring and, as their island yields  no metal, they hnve had recourse to  stone���������stono on which labor in fetching and fashioning has been expended  and as truly representative ol labor  as the mined and minted coins ot  civilization.  This medium of exchange they call  fei. It coiisints-of large, solid, thick  stone wheels, ranging in diameter  from a foot to twelve feet, having in  the centre a hole varying in size with  the diameter of the stone, wherein a  pole may be insert-ed sufficiently tyrge  to bear the weight and facilitate transportation.  These stone "coins" are not made  on the island of Yap, but were originally quarried and shaped in one ot  the Pefao Islands, 400 miles to the  southward, and brought to Yap by  venturesome native navigators in canoes and on rafts over the'ocean by  no means as pacific as its name im-  p'.ies.  A noteworthy feature of this stone  currency, which 'is also an equally  noteworthy tribute to Yap honesty, is  that it is not necessary for its owner  to reduce it to possession. After concluding a bargain which involves the  nri^p of n fei too larsje to be ronven-  iently moved its new owner is quite  content'to accent the bare acknowledgment of ownership, and without so  much as a ma.k to indicate the exchange the coin remains undisturbed  on the former owner's premises.  There was one family whose wealth  was acknowledged by every one, and  yet no one, not even the family itself, had ever laid eye or hand on  this wealth. It consisted of an enormous fei which was lying at the bottom of the sea. Many years ago ah  ancestor of this family secured this  remarkably valuable stone, which was  placed on a raft to be towed home. A  violent storm arose, and the party  -W_as���������obl_ige_d_to __cut__the_ raft adrift,  and the stone sank out of. sight.  When they reached home they all  testified that the fei was of magnificent proportions and lost through no  fault of the owner. It was therefore  conceded that a few hundred feet of  water over it ought not to affect its  market value. The purchasing power  of that stone therefore remains valid.  Woman'sWorld  Millinery Professor Says "Make  Your Hats and Let Ballot Go."  ON Ids return home late Monday  afternoon   Oriindum   Orde   In*  formed thi* river bo** with *  shrewd twinkle that *1\e wttnl**  ed lilm surely nt home tlio following  College Qirl Fad.  Tnutenrl of ninth*--- fnni-v embroidery  on tholr shirt waists college girls nro  embroidering the front lupelH and elos*  lng of tlielr waists nnd the cuffs nnd  stiff collar* with plnln scallops done in  whlto or. color to mutch'the suit skirt  to'bo' worn with thorn, nnd tho effect  is twy u������tf: :   Wring Store,  'fl wont a culior!" wiowlcij tho mnn. "Uo  '���������'<���������   nuiek) you mnk������ mo-*i_re!"  'W������ don't Keep your kind," mid tlio clerk.  ,     "Uo io a hardware more."  -Uomon Transcript,  i ~   j Apt to De.  "Tho mnu who grumble** because tho  j in-ruion in loo long," suid the milk  > toi-Nt philosopher. "l������ the snmo ono  ! who complain*- thnt the nigger t������liow  i is too ������bort."-Brownliig������ MiigiiMua.  Skeptical.  "Lltlle Hoy Win-." said the modern kid,  "It'e now tin to you to m*ow  Me If you really nro Unlit Ikiy Uiim  And iiftve any horn to t-iow."  A tireless worker so long as supplied  with rich, rod blood.  The brain is one of the most pntinnt  find industrious organs of tho body.  It can bo induced by good trontmont,  to perform prodigies of work.  But it is mmHitive und will not  brook iibiiHO. It responds to tho lush  nt find, but if,tlio lush in laid on too  hard it bnlliH,  The bruin inHisiH on hnvlng plenty  o( good, red blood wherewith lo renew  its waste and from which to ninmi-  factum the norvo force Hupplied to  the whole body,  NervotiH trouble Is gonornlly brain  troubio, nud no Buffering Ih to ho compared to mental suffering, with the  iiccompiinying dread, suspicion nnd  ini'lnnolioly.  One-fifth of the blood in the human  body ii* conHUined by tlio bruin, bo  mnko tho blood ricli nnd rod by uning  Dr. ChniHo's Nerve Food and you will  overoomo dlnonfie������ of tho noryoH.  lin-rt; ih no miii:' v*<ii,.. GliinuiMuU  ft.mi,-'. fnl'U- hope. ' NnveMlen rteiiden  the nervon, nnd'temporary relief is  followed by a condition which in  worsu thnn the ftn-,1.  Got tlio blood right nnd tho nervous  HyHteni will ndjuat Itself. _ Hondnches  -v.ill *iie.iti)'i<i ivi, ..ii!u!,ll;.'.y *-,���������;!! g*?,  digOHtion wil) improve, nnd weuknoHH  nud despondency will give place to  new hope nnd courngo, now vigor nnd  energy. I  Mrs, Geo. Fuller, Lakeland. Man,,  ,,writcH*.--"Dr. Chano'g Nerve Food  cured me of nervous hendnche, from  which I wim a grcnt sufferor, nnd I  |nm no longer troubled with twitch-  " ings of tlie nervei- ill tlio iil'liln* lllld  ilegt*."  ! l)r, A, W. Ohnue't* Nerve Food will  j enable you to avoid such extreme  I m-rvou.** trouble n_ prontrntion ami  I pnrnlyidH. W) codIh n box, ft boxes for  '$2.fi0, nt nil dealers, or Kdinniiiion,  Hulin nml Co., TowtuWi.  The Pumpkin.  Despite the fact that the pumpkin  in all its fprms has found its_ fullest  meed of popular appreciation in Canada, it is by no means certain that,  the plant hud its first home on this  continent, Some authorities claim that  it did and produce evidence to show,  that the aborigines of North America,  planted it among their maize. Others  contend that it is of Asiatic origin,  nnd still others point out that pumpkins have boon cultivated either a*,  n curiosity or aH an article of food  in England since tho year 1570. Even  to-day we hnve not n monopoly of  pumpkin culture. Tho orange hued  orbs of joy aro grown in various Kuro-  peun countries, notably in Franco,  where the market gardeners in tho  vicinity of Paris bo to tho trouble  of sowing thoir pumpkin seeds in  April in a hotbed under glass nnd  nurture them carefully until thoy are  transplanted in Mny.���������Christian Herald.    When Wnter Was Avoldod.  Until compnrutively reoont times  thore wnh a medical prejudice against  drinking wnter, Sir William Vntighun-  in his "Natural and, Artificial Directions For Health" declared that water  "ought seldom to be drunk," Anothor  doctor admitted that it might bo  healthful'for children, but not for mon  ���������"except some odd, abstemious ono  ���������among a thousand perohanoe, degon-  ornto und of u doggish nature, for  dogs of nnture do abhor wine," Indeed, tlio recommendation of w-itci  ns n beverage wuh supposed to bo tliu  sign of tho ��������� quack. Uvon VVosloy in  hla "Primitive������������������ Physio" wroto of it  with caution: "Drink only water if it  ngrooh with your utomacli; if not,  good, clear Hinnll boor,"  Ganjali Smoking. (  In Jamaica gnnjnli, n vnrioty of Indian lu'inn, it- smoked by the natives  with terrible ro������ult������, It is utatod thnt  It was this wood that wns used byv  tho londo��������� of tlio Indian mutiny to  drivo tho sbnoyH into tho pussionh of  rnging mania which thoy exhibited  during thnt eumpnigiii flnnjiih smok-  ing affects the beginner in u peculiar  ���������������������������i.-". While ntulor H������ Influence bin  ratihch of timo, uound und difitnnco  are obiilcrnUHi, A hiny.iu minute nuy  seem a mouth, n child s voice wound-  llke the rnttlo of a mnohino gun, and  a little finger mny ncetn n milo long.  Continued uno, It is snid, cnuso* cntii-  lentle fH** nnd eventually idiocy or  raving homicidal tmidnt'Sf..  Office Ornamenti.  "Yes, ma'am," commented the office fnctotuin whom long tenure of office hud iriudo a hit censorious, "oomo  of the-ut here young lndieu nbout thi***  olNee line** preciouit little, work. Tluiy  "wenm to think they'* intended lor  ulIU:e ornament?."  Then, seeing a uliado cross tlio lndy  mnnuger'n fnce, lie hnntcned to odd,  reassuringly, "Out, mn'am, you ain't  no ornament."  W. N. U��������� No. 831.  Well Disguised.  "Mint- Joi-t-������ Un't looking ul all Uke  hoiuelf thia evening."  "Oh, no; tho never docs,"  Pboto by American Press Association.  IIIIS. BVEIitN TOBEX. '  "I would advise women to make*  their own hate and let the ballot.go."  This was the pertinent answer given*  recently by the professor of millinery  at the Teachers' college, New York,  city* when asked for her views on the-  **votes for women" question.  A professor of tbe art of bonnet  making is n comparatively new chatr  In the college world, but that it is s  popular course and a profitable one*  from the pupils' standpoint one has  only to drop into the pleasant room-  where the students work from 9 to 12-������  three mornings in a week to be convinced of the -fact-that-the-highbrows*���������  are looking to their millinery laurels*  as well as to purely mental achievements.  The millinery course at this institution is immensely popular for two rea-  eons��������� first, because It is practical andi  meets everyday requirements and, second, on account of the charming personality of the instructor. Mrs, Evelyra  Tobey, who is a Barnard graduate,  'The course, by the way, counts for as-  much as any of the elective studies lathe college curriculum,   -'  In the workroom there is on air of  Buppressed enthusiasm, an atmospheric feeling of everybody trying to doner best, and tho Ideal held up by Mrs,  Tobey Is a high one.  "We never," she said, "let go our efforts on even the most hopeless looking hat Wo niter the shape and rear- ,  range the trimming until the most  critical member of the class pronounces a satisfactory verdict on tho*  creation." And the weekly class criticisms nro drended by tho pupil whose*  kmdlwork Is the target for tho aim*  cf her sister workers,  - Taking a special courso undor' tho*  expert guidance of Mrs. Tobey uro  college girl's, society matrons, Btaid'  housewives nnd pupils from fashionable finishing schools. The work starts1  In with the making of a renl lint; do-  signs are first mado ln paper nnd then  carried out in fabrics. Tho first lint  mnde ijv'the slmplo street model, an*  noxt comes the drossy confection.  "Ruther a good looking hat, Is It  notV" snld the professor with pnrdon-  nblo pride, holding up for inspection a-  s! mining picture ..lint, tho recent work  of an advanced pupllv  It was a study In Gainsborough llne<*  eonstrucled from royal bluo sntln covered with blnck mnllnos nnd trimmed'  simply with plotted ruffles of erenn*  colored lneo blinded with narrow llnei-i*  of snhlo fur and a pnlo pink satin  roso tucked lovingly nt ono side of tho*  wldo brim.  Thit Mrs. Toboy ronsltlored tho facing of tho hnt and tho nrtlstle manner  of Its manipulation tho muster touelt  of tho creation. And not tho, lenst  Interesting of tho many wonderful  things dono In the school In the making  of frames from a'willow fn brie tlmt  Is dnmpod nnd pulled nnd clipped into-  condition over tho wire foundntlon.  Indeed, tho material Is molded nncl  slinppd much ns tho sculptor modol*  his clny. Just beforo tho holidays tho*  _:!r!''. irere bu<Mlj' ������*orlHnp nn fnhrle*  neck nnd muff sets nnd lovoly party  bonnets. Work of this nnture fills In  tho lilntus botwoon winter and spring  MyloH, '���������,,,.  Mrs. Tobey Impresses upon licr  flass tlmt the study nf millinery like  most women's work Is never don*.  Knob senson brings its special need*  in the bnslr* laws of hntR tlmt tho sue-  ressful nrtlst must accept or become*  thnt dreaded of all thlngH-n sartorial  bnck number. One of the girls pa-  tlioflr-nlly remarked thnt she wnn surely becoming a ono Irten creature and  that her dominating thought wns lint*  ���������every woman's chnpenu, from n How  cry tin vestry of the modes to a Flftl***  avenue n*u_u*rpleeo, claimed her attention.  Marrlag* Maxlrrtt.  Mnrrlnuo for lovy U rUky, but U*9  rluht,  Aiiif-rlnce is either kill or cur*.      " * ���������f*  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  (JIU^TT'S  THE  | Standard Article  Ready (or <*m ia aa-p  quantity.  Um.uI (er five  kunJi-ed furpwwe.  A e������������ equal* 80 IU.  SAL SODA.  Uet aaly tke Baal  SWili  I'^l^UK^SRw"*  lii&k  SYS  SOLD  EYERWKEHB  i  For Making Soap.  Fer So.ttitaf Water.  Fer Removiaf Paiat.  For Diaiafecttef  Scalu, Cloeatt.  Drataa,eee.  COLT   DISTEMPER  Oan b������ handled very easily. Tbe nick are cured, and all otbon  In sixmo nuiblo, no niatlnr now "exposed." kept from huvliii  tho dlsc-so, br using HfOUNt) LIQUID MSTKMi'1-K OUKK  Glre on tlie tongue or lb teed. Acts on tbo blood and expoli  gurrusof all fornnof distemper. Best remedy ever knowt  for mares In foal. Mto nnd II a. bottle; 18 and 111 dor.������n,o(  l| driiKRlstsand hurnoas dealers. "Out shows how to poultice  r throats.  Our freoJIooClet f.lr<*s cTerythlnif.   ljirsestKilling  horse remody In existence���������16 years.   Distributors���������ALL  WHOLKSALB DRUCM-ISTl"*.  9POHN MSOICAU OOm Chemists and Bacteriologists, Qoshen, Ind., U. 8. A.  No Going Back  "You say tbe elopment was sort of  forced upon you?"  "Yes; after she came down the rope  ladder her dad pulled it up."  I.  When a girl knows she isn't pretty,  .she must be clever; in fact, clever  -enough to know she isn't pretty.  Minard's Liniment Cures   Colds, etc.  Argentina's Government spends as  much on education as on its army  .and navy combined.  One of the commonest complaints of infants ia worms, and the most effective application for them l is Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator,  Enough to Go Around Then  Tf some- one would tell us how to  kill chickens so that they would not  keep in coldstorage we could all eat  chicken.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper  "We ought to simplify our law practice."  "That's right."  "Suppose we agree that a man is to  be considered innocent until he has  been convicted, say, three times."���������  Washington Herald.  ( What's in a Name?  Zeke was driving a passenger to the  hotel from the railway station in a  small southern town when his horse  went lame for a few steps nnd finally  stepped in the middle of the road.  Zeke rubbed the lame leg for a minute or so and got back into the vehicle. .  "Git up dab, Autermobile; git up,"  he commanded, enforcing the . order  with the stub of a last year's whip.  "That's an odd name for a horse,"  ventured the passenger, "Why, do you  call him that?' Is he horseless?"  "No, suh, not exactly, sah���������yit,"  chuckled the darky,' "but he's got  sumpin de matter wid him mos' all  de time, suh, en ho needs so much  lixin' tq mako him go."  The matinee performance was nbout  half over when a distracted-looking  woman with a curly-haired youngster  of six sought out the man in the box  office.  "There aro boxes on your chairs in  there." she began, ."and they say drop  a nickel in and get a box of candy.'  "Yes, I see," asserted the man in  the.box office.  "Well," she continued indignantly,  "I dropped a nickel ia for my. little  girl."  "And couldn't you get the candy?"  queried the box office man. "Wait,  I'll see if we can get it out."  "Oh, yes," answered the woman, "I  got the candy all right, but I couldn't  get the /nickel out."  And to the ticket man at least this  remark furnished, a more dramatic  comment than any in the play.  As Good as Having a  Doctor ih The House  The greatest factor in sending up  the price of sardines which are imported from Europe is the rapidly rising price of the bait.  Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup is the  result, of expert chemical 'experiments,  undertaken to discover a preventive of inflammation of the lungs and consumption,  by destroying the germs that develop these  diseases, and fill the world with pitiable  subjects hopelessly stricken. Tho uso of  this Syrup will prevent the dire conse-  quentjes of neglected Colds. A trial, which  costs only 25 cents, will convince you that  this  is  correct.  Strong', minds are much more anything than agreeable.  * Cape Colony will import fifty  thousand telephones from Sweden to  meet an increasing demand.  That is what thousands of mothers  say of Baby's Own Tablets. These  Tablets promptly and surely cure all  the minor ills of babyhood and child-  hood, and what is more they are absolutely safe���������they have never, been  known to harm the youngest baby���������  they never will harm anyone���������they  are good for babies of all ages. Concerning them Mrs. Wm. Higgins,  Karn, Ont., writes*.���������"I shall never be  without Baby's Own Tablets in the  house as long as my children are  small. They are a wonderful medicine and are as good as having a doctor in the house. I gave them to my  little boy for colic and they quickly  cured him. I am always glad to recommend them to other mothers."  The Tablets are sold by medicine dealers or at 25 cents a box from The. Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  FOOD IOR A YEAR  Meat *������**.  Milk 240 qu,  Butter 100B*.  E__������   27 do*.  Vegetable- SCO lhe.  This represents a fair ration for a man for a year.  But some people eat and  eat and grow thinner. Thu  meant a defective digestion  and unsuitable food. A large  size bottle of ,  Scott's Emulsion  equals in nourishing properties ten pounds of meat  Your physician can tell you  how it does it  t  torn siLi *t ill Miraaan  ���������end Mb., ������aa������ ���������* tw*.***r ani IM* cd. tor ear  beautiful 8aTl_i������ B������ak .ni ChlU'a Bkete-.Beak.  mmtk  rnUtk CXWUio. * Q������o4  Luck PMUM'  SCOTT * BOWNE  t _��������� WaUtaotwi Street, Waal      Teewate, Oat.  A LOST DIPLOMAT.  "I punished you merely to show my  love for you," said the father.  "T-that's all r-right," sobbed the  little fellow. "It's a g-good thing I  ain't b-big enough to return your  l-love."  The Rayo Lamp Is a high grade lamp, sold at a low price.  Vhat* a**a larntM that cut mora, but th������r* ii no batter lamp marie at any  f*tse. Oonitr-iated of aolid bran; alekal plated���������*iu-H-r kept clewi; aa  ariiament to any roan ta any honie. There l������ nothing knnwn to the art  ef larep-maktaf that ean add to tha ve'ue of tha RAYO Lamp a* a Hfhfc.  trirlne derloe. Brer* dealer erer? where. If aot at Toera, write ford*  ���������eriplive alrenlar to th* nearMt ac<*nc** of  The Imperial Oil Company, Limited.  Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd.  CALGARY  WINNIPEG  . aa  ��������� ���������  REGINA  The Largest Printers' Supply House in Canada.  We Carry in Stock Cylinder Presses, Jcb Presses,  Paper Cutters, Type and Material. Can Fill  Orders for Complete Equipment from our Stock.  We are tho Largest Heady Print Publishers in  the West. We Publish Ready Prints from our  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses.     :     :  Order From  Nearest Branch  WHEN IT COMES TO  PAPER BAGS and  MATCHES  We art  everywhure with th*   standard goodi.  Caper and Matches art our ���������peclaltlti.   Let un  knew yaur wantt���������we'll da thi rait.  TheE.B.EddyCo.Ltd  HULL', CANADA  TEIS It PEFIS8E, LIMITED, Aginti, Winnipeg, Oalnary, Edmonton,  Rillna, Fart William and Port Arthur.  There are but few who would not  appear a trifle bored if, compelled to  listen_-a,1 se_ond_,time to a___ .jsermon^  This weariness might be somewhat alleviated, however, if repeaters of sei*-  mons would bear .in mind the remark  of a little daughter of a, preacher, who  was asked the question  "Does' your father ever preach the  same Sermon*twice?"  After a moment's contemplation  she replied:  "Yes, but I think he hollers in different places."  Gyer���������Windig had an athletic stroke  yesterday.    -.  Mycr���������Athletic stroke! You mean  pnralytic stroke, don't you?  Gyer���������No, I mean just what I said,  He got mixed up with a professional  boxer.  Deafness Cannot Be Cured  by local appll-mtlona, as they cannot trench the dls.  eased porlio.i ot tho pur, Thoro la only one way to  curo iloufncfl**, ami that Is by conitltutlomil remedies.  Daatiicsa la canned by nn inflamed oonditlon of tho  muoo-iA lining of tho KiuitAchlar. Tubo. When thia  tubo la Inflamed you have _ rumbling sound ot Im.  perfect. hoarliiKi land whon It. la entirely cloned, Deaf,  now Is tho result, nnd unless tlm Inflammation can bo  takon out and this tubn restored to Its normal condition, hearing will bo dfRtroyod lorever; nine case*  out ot ton are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothlni*  but an lnfl������mcd condition ol tho mucous surfaces,  Wo will (flvo One Hundred Dollars lor any case ot  Dealnons (rained by catarrh), that cannot nn nured  by Hall's Catarrh Curo. Send for circulars, tree,  P, J, CHBNBY A pO��������� Toledo, 0,  Bold by DrUKHlsts. 71c,  -i'ako Hall's l'amlly Pills for oooitipailon,  ��������� M IN * , ...  %kt I H4. g ��������� ri |- -^ ~I" I1-1 ji������  .23   CALIBER CABTRIDGE&  Winchester ,aa Caliber Cartridges both Black  and Smokeless powder are unequalled for  accuracy and uniformity in shooting. The  Smokeless.powder cartridgesVe loaded with  Winchester Greaseieso Bullets which makes  them clean to handle and prevents the powder  from losing Its strength, Try them next time.  Ask for Winchester make���������the Red W Brand.  SOLO   BY   DEALERS   EVERYWHERE.  Tho tough customer was struggling  with a tough stunk in a tough restaurant, '    t  "Say, you, lie finally roiirod nt a  waltur, "I. nin't used to ontin' rhi-  nooerous hide. Fotoh mo something  a litlo move nourishin' in a hurry!"  "Aw, (ado nwny, littlo one!" mild  tho   pugilistic   waiter,   withcringly.  "Whnt do you fink this joint is���������it  diet   kitchonP"���������Boattlo     Post-Intel-.  liKi'iuii-i', ��������� ,      "     '  Bmnll but Potant.���������Varmnloo't* Vo not ablo  PIIIh aro flmall. but thoy aro .Irootlvo in  aotloii. Tholr lino .imlltlen ns a corrector  of Hlomaoh tranblM aro known to thou.  Hail-In and thoy nro in com-tant domand  ovi-rywlio ro by iIioho who know what a Had*  and Hhnjilo roniutly thoy aro, Thoy nond  i.o introduction to IIioro aoqni.lnt.vd wllh  thorn, but to themo who may not know  thorn thoy aro proHontod an tho boHl.  proliferation on tlio marliot for dinordors of  tho Htntiinoli,  Doflnlng a Phohomonon  An Kiiplish wovliiTinn otulonvorliiR lo  oxplnin to ono of hiu inntuH what n  plinnomniion wuh, mink* tlio following  ntinmi'ts  "It's llko thin; Suppose you were to  r.i out Into tho country und ������oo a Hold  of thistluH wowing,"  ���������*YoB.",nHHontod hiu friund.  "Well, thnt would not ho a phenomenon."  "No, that's quite clear," ngreod tho  "Hut HiippnRO you wero io noo, a lnrk  HingiitR nwny up in tho ulty."  "Yes,"  "Well, thnt would not he n phenomenon "  "No, thnt nlso ReemH eleriT."  "Hi** I'.M.ijrJiK* thorn J*, 'i li'tll In thn  field."  "liven thnt would not ho a phenomenon,"  "No."  "But now, Hill, look here, Rnpposo  yjii hiiw thnt bull sitlinir on tiitjin  thiHlle-. whintlinu like n. lnrk ��������� well  thm would hu a phenomenon!"  Precautionary Menturet  Kxcltnngo���������"Whnt's   tho   idea   of  keeping your playing enrdn in Ihe re-  frigerntorP"  "it's n littlo precaution tho hoyn  agreed on," replied Three Klnger  8nm, "Homo protty queer hands  wero plnyed, ao we Vteep ehnng-  ing tho pnek, anil if nny ������trny enrdn  get into iho deiil we can tell 'urn by  tho temperature,"  ONTHEVEHGEOF  A BREAKDOWN  Dr. Williams' Fink Pills the  Only Hoprlor Weakened  Nervous People  This warning will be read by-thousands of people who only just succeed  in getting through the day's work  without a breakdown. If you feel always; tired out, have but little appe  tite. ' and a poor digestion, cannot  sleep well, suffer from headaches,  backaches and nervousness, it may  mean that you are on the verge of a  se'rious breakdown.  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills ^cure weak  nervousT troubled "rhei*f "and" women'be-'  cause of., their ' direct action on the  blood. Every dose of these Pills helps  to make new,'rich blood,'which tones  the vital organs, strengthens the  nerves and brings renewed health  and strength. Mr. Geo'. Johnson, ��������� of  Lequille, N.S., suffered for some years  Ins a result of over work and strain,  but found no help for his condition  until he began the use of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. Mr. Johnson says:  ���������"While working on a railway handling heavy ties I hurt my back and  had to give up work. Later I was able  to do light work, but for about six  years 1 suffered from dreadful pains  in the back and down my legs. This  condition became aggravated by indigestion nnd chronic constipation, and  my life wns one of constant misery.  During those years I wns treated by  different doctors, but did not get any  help. One day a friend urged me to  try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and  proved his fnith in them by presenting  me with a box. It wns more to please  him than from any belief that they  would bo of service .to me that I began takipg the Pills. i Beforo tho box  was finished, however! they seemed tb  he helping me; the pains in my back  nnd legs grew less intense nnd the  bloating in my stomach, cnused by  tho indigestion disappeared. 1 continued taking the Pills until I had  used over n dozen boxes, when I found  myself fully restored to my former  ho'nlth. I am now ablo to do heavy  farm work, 'iind for the pant year have,  not lost a dny, or hnd the lonot symptom of my former troubles, nnd I attribute' it entirely to the uso of Dr.  Williams' Pink I^ills."  Dr. Willinms' Pink Pills nre sold by  all medicine donlnrs or may.be hnd by  mail nt 50 cents n hox or six boxes  for $2.50 from Tho Dr. Willinms'  Medicino Co,, Brockville, Ont, .  The Caller���������It must have taken a  lot of will-power for ybur husband to  stop Hinoking. ...  The HoHtcHH-YoH, Indeed, mv dear;  It took all I hnd, for nix montliH.  "Why," proton!-* her husband,  "should woman hnve tlie monopoly of  tho low neckP"���������London ByHtnnner,  Oornu aro oaumid by tho proHHuro of tight  bootn, but no ono noort bo tronblod with  thorn Irtntf whim ho olmplo a romedy a������  Holloway'H Com Ouro in available.  A Wolf-h rabbit may hn cooked on  .iu  ..LJ.ilea!  vhaftiij*  dUi  :*t  .in  <"'���������  ponwe of 1 1-9. eontt* for current.  Vnnity will dress up for blind people if there are no others.  Recently Found Skeleton May Be That  of Young Benj.' Bathurst.  . One  November- evening  a  British  envoy, returning home from Vienna,  took his way through a Prussian forest.* He was never seen again.. That  was  100, years  ago.    The other day  ���������in that forest a skeleton was found  which is supposed to be that of the  missing man.   He was Mr, Benjamin  Bathurst,*a son of Dr. Bethurst, Bishop of Norwich, 1805-37, and he was  in 1809 envoy to.the Court of Vienna,  and had been following the campaign  between' the  Austrians and French.  He seems to have been incomprehensibly afraid of falling into the hands  of the French, and as soon as the  treaty between Napoleon and Austria  was signed he fled from Vienna, mak-"  ing for Hamburg, whence he intended  to reach London.   In November, 1809  he had arrived at Berlin, spent several dnys  there,  and continued his.  journey, in the slow fashion of the  times, by coach. , With him traveled  his secretary and a .confidential servant.    On the 25th  inst. he arrived  at Kktsche, the' last posting station  before Perleberg, which  is. to-day a  railway   station ��������� between   Magdeberg  and  Berlin.    Here,  when  asked  for  his passport and papers, he declared  he  was   a   Berlin" merchant  named  Koch.    While-  awaiting   a   relay   of  horses, he put a number of questions  to the postmaster concerning the safe-"  ty of the roads, and if he should be  likely  to  meet' any* French  patrols.  He seemed altogether to be in a very  nervous condition.   Those in the posting house saw Bathurst pull a pair of  pistols out of his pocket and watched  hinl  adjust and readjust the trigger  continually.   Ho  was   warned , twice  that the horses were ready, but he  seemed  lost  in  terrified conjectures,  and took no notice.   Finally; on. being  reminded  that  the   hire  of  the,  horses began, irom the moment they  were harnessed, he made a start,       ,  At half-past five he arrived at Perleberg, and here he left his carriage,'  and  insisted  on being ��������� conducted to'  the'house of the governor of the district, from whom he again inquired  with much anxiety about the security  of the roads, begging to be told the!  shortest route, saying he had a terrible fear of-French patrols and customs officers, who had twice already-  tried to poison him.   The   governor  recognized that Bathurst was suffering from dementia, and did his best  to reassure him.   The British envoy  left and started for the posting house.  .Two girls living next door to the posting  house  watched  him  pass   their  window, but nothing more was ever  seen of Mr. Bathurst. -The next day  tbe diplomatist's cloak was found hid-  -den-under-a-pile of-wood-in-the-post-..  ing house, and. a fortnight' later hi*  riding, breeches  were found by  two  women gathering dead leaves in the  forest of Quitznow, close to, Perleberg.  The prevailing idea, was that' Bathur.*t  had been a&sassinated by French soldiers, who were after his despatches.  His   wife  appealed ..to   the  Emperor  Napoleon to give her every facility to  seek her husband, and thia was done,  all the resources of the country being  at her disposal.   The hat of the lost,  diplomatist was found on the edge of  the River Stepnitz, and this wns consequently dragged for his body, but  in vain.   Recently some wood cutters  in .the forest of Quitznow discovered  a skeleton in a good state of preservation, not far from the spot where  Bathurst's riding breeches were iound.  The bones are thought to bo those of  the envoy, who.se disappearance has  always been a mystery.  A Fighting K.C.  Sir Edward Carson, the famous  K.C, who challenged Mr, Asquith  recently to nn open debate on Home  Rule, hns always been noted for his  strenuous fighting qualities, He is  at his best whon thero is n difficult  case to bo won or a Revere party battle to be fought. Ho has been a fight-  er all his life. , Evert during' his  schooldays in Dublin ho 'displayed  decidedly pugilistic tendencies. The  cricket tnam of which ho wns captain, ho., tho. story runs, challenged  tho tenm of a regiment *to'n 'match,  A dispute nroHo rind as noither sldo  seeme'd willing to glvo wny, tho  future ICC. suggested that the boi-t  method of sottling the matter would  bo for him and the captain-of tho  rngimentnls to fight it out. But for  Home renson or another tho soldier  declined "the proposnl.  Sir Edward was a great nthlete in  his younger days. At Porlnrlington  School ho wns In tho first cricket  eleven and tho first footbnll fifteen,  nnd ono year ho carried off thechiim.  ploiiHhip cup for iill-rotuul athletics,  winning most of tho rnt-os from tho  100 yards'* to tlio milo, us woll m thn  high jump, tho long jump, nnd throwing the erickot-biill. Sir Edward start,  ed llfo, by tho wny, ns an nrchltoct.  The Oldest New Year Cuitom.  Every Now Yonr's Day nn interesting oufltom is observed ut Malinsbury,  Tho Htory is romantic.  In 1)37 tho Baxon King Alholstnn  won a groat victory at Brunanburg  over a combined army of Danish  vikings, wild Scots, and Welshmen.  The men of Mnlmesbury did yeoman  service on this occasion, and Athol-  hfnii wan not uugriiluliii. Iii- jiui uuiy  .'.'���������ve lhi* W'1' '-ire !i-w������ n ehnrtor,  but nlno pn ><l it with n large  pinco of land to bo hold ns common,  nnd to this dny the commoner.* keep  up tho old custom of tlie grunt.  On tho first of ench January tho  l Minimi']*-*-*!*, uni \i*k'-i*., mn; ������������,. ni'c, h}  the stownrd of the manor to their allotment)!, Tho tenant dlg_ n **niall  hole, and tho stownrd plneos at the  bo I loin of it a new shilling. He then  strikes tlio tenant three tlmon on tho  buck, nnd repents these words:  "F'glvo thi-* to thee ns freely nn  King Athelhtnn gnvo it lo mo, and  hnpf'a loving brother thou wilt bo!"  for Coughs & Colds I  ,     DR. WINTERS  r  Cures all chronic diseases. Write  him. His valuable advice will  cost you nothing,  BOX 215.      NEW YORK CITY.  Adnm't Polite Act. >  Mrs, Benhnm--Men aren't ns ehivnl*  roil** ns thoy used to bu, Bi-nluun���������  Oh. I don't know; T never heard of  Adnnt giving up his sent in a utroet  car to a womnn. Mr*. lU-nhuin���������l'.r-  Imps not, but ho gavo up hU tib to  one.  ttEST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILI  Mu.Wimww'i Sootmimo Byrcf has Mmb  tied for over SIXTY YBARS bv MII,UOItT������l  MOTHBHt. for their CHH.DRRN WIU  TBKTHINO, with PBRHKCT 8UCCK-*. ti  ROOTHUB the CHILD, 80HTKN8 the OUlft  AUAY8 all PAIN CURB*. WIND COLIC, aaa)  it the bttt remedy (or DIARKHCSA, It U ������������  ���������oluteljr barmleai. Be ture and uk fot "Mr*  Wlmlow'i Soothing Byrwp," and take u oUiet  kind.   Ttvcnty-flva centa a bottla,  RAILROAD EMPLOYMENT  Positions Guaranteed Competent Men  MBN WANTED-Age 18 to J5. for Firemen  $100 monthly, and Srahemen $80, on al)  Canadian "Railroads. Experience unnecessary. No strike. Promotion to Conductor*  or Engineers, $150 to $200 monthly.  Railroad Employing Headquarters  Over 500 men sent to positions monthly  .   State age; send stamp.  RAILWAY A8800IATION.  Dept. 805.      227 Monroe St., Brooklyn, N.T.  Awarded First Prize at World's Ex-  position on its Work" and Methods-  Catalogue Free.   Address, ,  WINNIPEG  BUSINESS COLLEGE,  Cor Portage Ave & Fort St. Winnipeg  You Can't Cut Oat  A BOO 9VATT*__VVarr at  THOBOUOHFlN, but  J\BSORBINE  will ������!��������������������� them oS parmtntntlr. ana)  yon wdrk th* hont aame time. Do-ef  notbllet.ro. rem..* th* hair. Will  tell you more if yoa writ*. - iio* p*������  bottl* at d'ltri ordeliv'A.lloofciDfrM.  ABSORBINB, JR., for Man-In*.  ���������m-m��������� a* hoitl*. Rednoei ratrieoi* Vetni.Var.  1*0**1*. EydM**el*, Ruptured Uucle* or Lite*  m*at*. Volantd aland*. Allay* p*la quickly,  ff. r. YOUNfl, f. D. F., 137 Temple ti, Springfield, Maw  IiTSjUO. 1*Sm Xmtmt, Cuu4Ua iawcifc  AW hnkM ky ���������ABTIII BOM A W.JU-lTO- WbelfWI  .Ml l-TIOIUL OKI. * CHUICAb COk, WIhI������m * CM.  tstjt m*S Hl-PIMM HMM. COb, UA, T<*f ���������  '-Dominion Express  Honey Orters ^d  foreign CM^s  art pdydbU all ovtr th* World.  Absolutely the best way  to remit money by mail.  TRAVELLERS' CHEQUE8 ISSUED  Monsy eei-it by T������l������graph and Cable  Faralgn Money bought and aold.  Rata* far Man*** Ordara  $5 and under  .     .      I teat*  Over I to 910        .     .      (    "  "     11 to   10        .      .     II    "  "     Wto   W .      .     II    "  On Sal* in mil Cun. Pt. Ry. Siatitnt,  EXCURSIONS  EASTERNCANADA  Daily during December.     3 mouthi  Mniit.   Stop over privileges.,  via  St. PAUL OR  DULUTH, CHICAGO  and  "Trunk  The Double Track Route.  Rwinond Fared (or  Steamship Passengers.  Novomhur lltli to Deeniiihor Alnt.  Five mon Mm limit, Write for (ull  pnrticiiliirH mid dennrlptivu pamphlet.  A. E. DUFF,  General Aguiit, I'nflMonuur Dopt,  ftopn'tmn In live for all Btennmhlp Lino*  nnd Conk'M Toum.  2(10 Portage Ave. Wlnnlpug,  Small riuantltloH of Jnpnnouo canned  hftof urn doing nhippod to thin country  for conHiimptlon hy Japnnefm residing  niOHtly on the Pacific count.  A thoiiHimd red imr������ have been  nrdorcil for flu** 'Vermont hindclnp* boo  In UoHton. And how many oluiperautii*  *��������� iii-ntuil Hi'l-iitl,  ���������aw  Send for (reo sample to Dent. N.U., Nft-  i tional Dmn L Chciuical Co., Toronto.  W, N. U., No. til. lamWatmm  Wm  x:  . THE  tfEWS, '_CftMlP^A*N*l>������  WTftSH*  ���������b*  Jka Burlaw!  I?**.**.   I  <***  t'.vcrv  *,.X*   6V  T'.tV.iw  VvUlV  w  tbe  feet   per   eeco&d}  i  _*-,  i.  '������������������ao i^hing   Company  ,���������.*��������� *_a|>**r   wiil n<*������t  Isold   it-ad ���������  *o -jBtUli* for tlu������ opiii'mpfjof oth-  ���������*>, as 'imy a^poar iti it* ftoluiai-j.  ,.j tint* to tim������.  C* " *H~* f' J  -   -"* ''*'"- -���������*"���������-'  ���������rl'tSDW,   Miirf.li 21 --1.   i*������U,  WATHR NOTJCOB.  NOTICE ia   heraby gtv������������ t!u_A   aa  (-..iplioation will be mail, under Part  V. ot the "Water Act, 1309," to em-  m licttuse iuth������ S������yw������*U Divui.u   *t  t-rh Watsr l)i*tn.-.t  ,   The natae ot Ooca^aw-Y in full   Thn  yl������*il Rita* Po.*������.r Cunip.* f, UwiUd.  _"'i0 hotd oflioO" Otti<J* ������f B'.TA'.r -. & Rab  i   .. ,11, 51*1 F.r*. tli., VieUii*.. *.(. ,  The capital,   how divided, showlag  t*. . aunt paid u*j 850,000 divide-i   *n<o 8*0  t   <<r������>< of ������100.410 aa h.    Ant*un; vatd up  i'-50,090.  (If tar mining purpose) Frw Mio*.  er's C-ortiieate No...,..,   (b) Tbe namo of tbe lake, strewn  or source (it unnamed, the deeorip-  1* ������������������-������ Id--C������i'j^Vj.II __���������)';������������������, V������*"-ou*-*** Ula_d'  <,c.) Th* point of dlvere-toa*. About  '.���������"���������I*, f.. it m 0.'������.''i**ii L*.  ���������.  (d.) The nuaiitity of water appHtd  for (i:i cubic feet per ascoad)  ���������*���������������<-���������".���������>  ie fact.  (e.) The character ot thq propoaed  vr.vkn du-.-i a*.d .lu-.������o |*aie>.  (I.) The premises on which tiie "era*  ter is to be. used (describe sexua): In  h. >omj p..ini> on*, tee land a.o<*������ vha bank  i.f ihe ('awpMI Hirer, abate uui> h������l. nai'*-  bol������v Otaiaplwll RiT4- Fall**.  (g.) The   puryeaaa Jar. whiek.    tha  vater is t ��������� ie ������m������d p������w������r pur* .���������������������������������������.  (h.) If for irrigation dtwtriba tiie  land intended to be Irrigated, etviac  acreage   ������.     N'oae.  (1). If t&fl water la to he tined fer  power or nvhiing -giurpceee deaeriba  the placo where th* water Is to be  return-.'! to sofae /_ttttt_ra_ channel,  nud the dl-feranee In altitude betwaaa.  point of dtvernlon and point of re-  tur*: The water ia to bar* a n*d tu th*  .Campbell Rivet ������t__a. p_'i������*___k*?Ht_._*L*��������� ���������1_  Iclovr the Campbell Hirer F*lla and .he  d-tfowueo.'u aUhitde will b������ -l*������n! 800 ft.  (].)��������� Area ot Crown Iftad intenteA to  be occupied by the proponed vf������ttka:  __'������..ut 11-20 acra.:  ('j_.)Tbifl tuo-tice was Tioated on tlm  i.ui>i..    ,y ut January, 1911,     ���������; a^ho..  tion will be    made to tt>a  CJommiii-  w erou the iw*ut.-iourU u*) -i Fabru-  v-t, lllll  1.)��������� (Wve the names and addrefoea  ot any riparian proprietors or li-sen-  Bees wbo or whose lands are Hkalf to  be affected by the proponed works,  either above or bolow the outlet:  'L'ba ort������<vu, tb<* British Aw.ret Timber  <!���������,, Ltd., of Viu'aiia, B 0.. N-jr-h YmoMia  Lambtr Co,, Ltd., ot V������oeniner, B.H; P.  Cndfthy, nf Chid-.ga, Illia������#l������* Tntfrantion  ai Tin-bar Co., r.t Vttuo v tr, II C  Attach copy of auch parts of tha  Gompany'i) mtcioranCum ot &������sooU-  tion as authorize thn proposed application and worts.  (*-] Tue oiki-itmetioa m opiirattan of  w.rlf������r fcli������ mniplyVrtttlli/HtioBot waW  nv'������������j ho "W>ter Act, 1909 "  It) T������ ������.pjdy fur and obtulu *i������di������r the  pr-vi-ion-i ���������( Iho "Water Aot, lJOU," or to  pnrohftUB nr o>h������-wiie wenuiro  -a������*.������r reo-  or-U or wulor lioin-wd  Tan Camphblt, Rivim'PowitB oompant,  T.1MITBD.  Q. II. BuruM W.WaUH-Hi Orinyi,  T.i)  a<*di.������������'l<ox724 Di octum.  Viutina, B.C.  for (in cuttle  SO r.iib- t y\  (e.) Th* character ol tbe propoud  ���������>������sr*iS_H*a | w..���������....ta a������u mau. |ai������a  (!0 Tlte prmalses on whi^v tbj^ t������a-  ter is to be waad (daeoribe same)  At low.- paint au ._u laud al������ g the lank  ������tt ������ U*uii>b.U liv.r .<,fcK>ut uuu halt milt*  below <.'auYt*bill liver Fallo.  (g.) The purpoaea for which tba.  ��������� k ������r ii ..* be ������������������������������*,-. iKjwer [/arjj-av..  (h) It for   trrigaWou describe   the  land intended to be irricated, givlug;  a������(������aaa..u,  None.  (i.) K the water; is to be used for  ttowar or' mining pmpoaef. describe  tha place waaro tha water is to ba  returned to some natural channel,  ���������ad the dl&ereaeo in altitude between  point of diversion and point ot re-  tura*,Tfc(*. wik'er is %* be taluraed to tbe  < n.iu[>l'ull river at a poiut about oao milv  balow t .��������� Cuttplvlj river F������U������ aud tha dif  feraaia in altlvude will Im abwat JW0 feat,  ��������� (j*)^ea of Crown land intended to  be. occupied by tiie propoetd works*  AW.at3'i0aco������.  (k.) Thia notiee waa potted on tba  eijktb day ot January, 1911, u������d appiiea-  tion will bt Mad* to the Connias oat-r ou  tba twenty-fourth day af February, 1911,  (1.) Give tbe aamea aad addrataeA  of any riparlao propri������tors or licenses who or wboee laada are likely to  be effected by the propooed works,  either above or below tho outlet:  tie Biiish AQ.erwt-a TiwWr Ce,, Ltd*  otVioto.-U, B.O; Worth Paoiflo Luuib.r  Co., Lt-i, mi Vuaoouver, E.C: P. Cudaky,  ot Chi.ago, Illino'-a* lutorn^tiunal Timber  Co., of Vaneouver. B.C, 'Esquimau & Nk*.  oaiine Railway Company.  Attach copy of. such parte ef the  Company's memorandum of association aa authorize the proposed application and, wort*.  a. T'.et_-������ns taction or operation of works  Or the supply or utilization ai water uiider  the"W������tar Aot. 1909.".  b. To apply for and abta<n under the  proviait-ua-f the "Wat-r Aat, 1909," or to  purebane or o:htrwine acquire wa.er tocoid*  ar ova ere liaaaa a  THK CaUPBEU. RlYRB l'oWKU COMPANY.  Limited; G. H. Burns, W. Wallaeetirhoe,  Du cot ai.  1*. o* addrew: Box 724. Victoria, B.O.  APPLICATION FOIlSTOKING WATER  a. Theplae-a ol tbe proposedre������eivoi fir  storing: U^per Campbell Lake, Voiicouvu  ral*n<tr""J ��������� ���������  t. Tha nieanB by which it ia piopoied to  etaie tao water\ Dam and Slu'Cd |{at.s  v. How it ii prapu������eii ������i,J_o(juire the laud  __e.a8.ary tor the pucpo..*. By purvhaaeaud  ���������xpr'iii'iHUen. 0  v,. ApproximaUly the number of acre  (8Jt ir.tended to ba impouuded ia,7������li aor_  feet.  THS CAMPBELL RIVER POWER CO.,  LIMITKD.  G, H. Burue, VV WaDM-etiiituu, Uire,turt  P.O. .ddreea:    Box 7W, Yictoii*, iiX.  watkr varies.  APrUOATlON FOR   v^TOR  ING WATER.  The pUji <if U������ pinp������*:e*) r- 1-n.rroir fwr  iWiiiyi wa^r Uiiinpb������|i Lkkc, V**ooouvur  I������lftnd,  f \] Tb** ii rm������ I y <vbl������h f\ lu propontd tn  ������'.< r* Ul'. ������\'.iMil -.'ain ill     B.rii;v tf tOK,  {-/J Hovltu p-'upiHfii *o mk|Ui>'������ tho  I nd *(nt,i r.y h-t tha | ur-ji.Hf hy  purohana  ������--\i ,*xpru|r'iutioa,  ������*,   Aipioxiinit������<ily the euwln-r of ivore  f������ut intor.de U������  0 loj-.m- n-I'd Mlltt a'jre  fart.  Tlif t,*u������j|il.������i' ������ir.*r .'.-..r Ca���������UiL  .      GH  Kmu, W WmIUmG tUl-nt  Dr-.t-n  PCi'Mwi 1^7*1 Vi-itiria, B.C.  ��������� ���������     WATHII NOTIOB,  NOTIOId l������ horfttiy Rtvro mat uu  pi pliuition will bo wade under Tart  V, of the "Water Aot, MOft," to ob-  II < -* "ujnyn i������ the Ohuh*- Div at hi A Vi������  in i������Wi��������� n,   t\e\,  ***) Tl-.o kwuut \it CviiapiKy In t'.'M'  1' . ���������Jiin'-.l-ell Kiver ro*er'mn an*.Lid  Tha head itlluai OMnm r larniird &  *   e (I'-n, 614V*rtAi , Vatar*. B.C.  Vka capital, how iHviilad, ���������rbowlnt.  m.| n.tpuil ������������ -jtau.iKMt, .i.li.d iituiaOl)  l������-i.r-������i <*t (.KO *������cli| um-innt paid Hu  t������0,fl*-!l.  li-f tor ralMti," porpo������f5) Prt-e fllor  ������r'������ Ortir,rat������. Vo ���������.  (b.) Tbfi "H.\\;t nt the ]*}���������*,, ���������trw**.*.  or anntrjt i'f tmnnxned, ������*������������������* d������������.i*I;.-  fiii'i i U.j^. r i'a*..!������-.!J " a **, **. --'f  I.U at  Notick \% heieby given that au application wijl be wade under Part V, of the  Water Act, 19������9, tu obtain a license in  th* Cemax or Nt-ieikn DiTision of Victoria Water District.  (a) The .nine af the company in full:  The Campbell Rivar Power Cumpiny,  Uinitcd-  The head offico Officas of Barnird &  Robertson, $\*\ Fort St, Victaria, U 0  The capital, how divided, showing  auioant pud up; $50,000divided tutu jjae  sbare-i of Siodaach; H*itount paid u*������:���������  $40,000,  (b) The name of the lake, stream or  suurce [if unname'l, ih������ dasaripiion i������]-^-  liuttlex Lake, Vancouver Iil������nJ*  (c) The poiut of diversion tout of But  lev Lake,  (d)The quantity of water upplied for  in cuaic leat per leennd 125 cubic feet.  (t*)'.!-* character at the piopovedwrnki  (Um and tluice sates.  (f.) The prein'nti on which the witer  iu to Iin uied deiciibe  tami: At   ionic  piiiui along lhe bunk of the  Cttnpbtll  Kiver about one Imlf mile below Camp  bull river K������IU.  {t) Tbe purpose* for which ibe w,uer  it to be uted; Power purpoun*..  Oi) If for irrigation describe the land  luieueeil to be irrigated; fciviug tcruitge;  Not lobe used foi' irrigation,  (i) If ihe water is tc ba used for power  or mining ;purpo������s describe the plxce  whero the water is to bu returned to some  ��������� t-tural channel, and ihe difference in al-  utii.Ie between point of diversion and  jRnnt ol return: Tha #������ier is to he ie-  turned to the Campbell river at a point  nInnt one mile below the Campbell river  Kails and the difference in altitude will  be abeut 30a feet.  (j) Area al Crown lauds intended to be  inTCupied by the proposed worlu: About  jiti acre*..  (k) This notice was posted on the nev.  entli day of January, i()ll, end npylicti*-  tinn Mill he mud** nu the twenty-tourth  diy of February, 1911. ���������  (I) Give the estaet and addresses of  any ripurtan proprietors or licensees who  nrwho.f li������nds are 'ikely to ha iffecied  1 bv the pruposed work* liili. r shove or  iieioay il������e ouilet: The Crown, Kiquiin-ill  ": N������riH!i������.i> l*.rf<l������*8f !".<>..   Tliti   BrU'Sli  Attach,copy of such parts of the Company1*! ineniorundum of association us  iiulho4i_e the proposed application and  works.  (a) The construction nr operation 01  work* or the supply or ntiluiition of  water under ihe '.'Water Act, 1909,"  (b) To apply for and obtain under the  provisions of the "Water Ad 1909," orte  purchase or otherwise acquire' waier records or water licenses.  TlIK CAMrilKLb RlVKR  POWER   COM*  FANV,  LlMITKU.  GH Uurns W Wau.acptC������uimi-:  Uireciots.  (P O Address)    Box 734, Victoria,"B.C.  APPLICATION     FOR      STORING  WATER.  s The plnee nf the proposed reservoir  for storing Buttles Lake, Vancouver hi*  end.  1 The mcaus oy which it is proposed  to stciro tc .vater: I) \ ni and siuice Riites  vlliv   it is proposed to ncqniie   the  land neceNXHry for ihe purpose; By purchase and expropriation,  w Approximately the nuinb*������r of acre  feet to he impounded; 84,000 hcic feci.  THK CAMUliU. RlVKR POWKU COMPANY  UMITKU.  it it i������uK.*5        \V Waij-acj; Gr.JMi:  l)i,'XCJt������J-.-i.  IP O Address]    }lo��������� 724, Victoria, B C.  8AYWA1U) LAND DIBTIUOT  l)iitri������t of 8������yw������rd.  TAKE NOTICK tut Pntriok Wlllism  Ln-llu Clnrk, if Vaiimitivnr, B.C., lew  oUrk. i itotidH to npply for pertuisilen to  puiohaie thu follow ion ilot.HlwiJ hndu;  C<>uiui)iHii*i-i at it \to������t plaated nt tlm  wniUuve, t corm-r of lot 862i thonoo ������net SO  ohsimi. ih--ii-jf* c*-n������h til ehnttm, thbnc_  wwt 40 f*!*im><*, ili������,mio wiiiih 10 ulmlnc,  illl.iJl-H  WW,  -)0   :'.li,\is,   *l  Notio������.  In the County Court of.Nunaimo, holdcn  at Nan������i 1110, between .  Hop  Lieu,  of the City of Udysmuh,  l'litintitT, and  Huno Wah, of the City of Cumberland,  Defendant,        ,  To Hung Wah, formerly of the City  of Cumberland, in the County of Naniti*  mo, Province of British Columbia.  TAKK Nol'ICE that a piamt hns  been entered and a summons issued  against you in the above court by Hop  Lee of the City of Ladysmitb:���������  ' For ihe recovery of the sum of $250,  the amount due on .1 prnuiissory note  made by the defend .nt, Iltmy With i).\y-  ,iblc to ihu I'l.iimilf Hop Lev, dined the  61 It day ol January, 1911, payable one  month al'ii'i dme, lor the sum ul $350."  And an older has been nucli* thai the  piiblicatimi of 11 notice ol the entry of  such plaint in a weekly newspaper pub-  liblifd in the city of Cumhcrliilid more-  said, lor two issues, will he tlcetsitid ifond  ,iiul siifllcieiu ������eivice of the uununons on  you.  YOU AttU RKQUIREP i<������ file a <le-  fence within fifteen'l������ 5] days niter the  tirst publication of this noiicn ul the office  i|f ihe liinfislrarofthe County Court of  wNiiiHtimo, at N aiuimo, an dyuiid 1 it >  ntef biici appe-ranee judgment tn.������y be  snjni'dajjaiiisi you, and ihu plaluiilV may  poceed intake the necessary .itepH for  the cDllrctioii 01 tins amu'int.  Uatcd at Nauaiino, li C, l't.b\y s<*, 1911  (Vend,)    M. 1UTK,  Registrar ot th������* county court ������f Nanaimo  J, H. SIMPSON,  Solicitor lor Plaintiff.  SAY,WAU'D LAND DISTHICT.  Din'riot of Say ward.  TAKE NOTICE ;th'������t William  GiiHlwdll, of Univrk, Ont,, tnininp  mnn, intendR to apply for pormiu  Bioti to purchu.o tlio following d������*  Bor.bod IaiicIh;���������Commoncintj at n  pom plHnlnd.nl the north went corner  ofLotdOO, Ciirriugloti Buy, Siiy*  ward "Diniriol. thi'nco foUowiiiK tho  north bt������md������ry ol ot 400tu������torly  for 40- chains, thonco north 20  ohiiinf, t hottest wetit to tho shore, lino  thonco K(iuthvid.ti*rly and foUowiiiK  tl 0 i-hnio lino tu tho point of com-  n.encoiiH'iil, oontuining Ickc than 80  ucref.      Wim.iam Caijjwkm.,  ���������Ino, Miuison.ftgont  Dated ffeh. 28th, 1011,        .   SAYWAUD LAND DHTH10T.  chit":'" pl'"'-'  ,*.���������rcn01.il I :nil>rf'.���������*', i.ul., cf >'ictun;t,  ,- (;, I Cur"ihy,ufCb.c������i..., Ji;-n������\%, i���������.j ���������������������������/������<������*������'������"������������������.'  ,   . ,���������        ,_.._,,       .        ._ _.   ��������� ���������ifn*������i!iniii limber Cu.,   U" V*Uvuv\i,,  (���������.) TOe point ot fliprlon: At tHe ���������c Nm||| JJ|f)fic LumljarC#. , l(J< 0)!  |.W'ofU..p������v"   ��������� ������-l I.-   - Vanuu������ei,liC I  (������.) Thu quantity of water applied l  !>'���������     .-'I'i'-'llf.  !'<<���������   .-t !'**���������*.  PxrwcK \Vii.i.um itVMur.CixHrt.  Uob r  H.i-ry Cluiaut, niiont.  DvedMmohlHh, Kill.  SAYWAUD LAND DiailllCT.  Di������triot of Snywan-.  TAKE iK't'oo that UonrRO Uleostor Ri-  ���������minBt-n, of Vsneouv.r, MM., nieohiinlc,  inUnds to apply fo'P'rnilwIontnpnroha^n  the foUowiiiK doaoribmt liilide:���������  t'omntfnol'iK^t it post planted  ������t tho  Southwoit Ofirnnr of lot f������52t theuce 1 0HI1  k*. t.cith Si* f-0chin.-, thnv.p wr.t 75 ,.inin������. thonw  ���������i������l, i.*<)titiin a.uth Hi whiiiiM, thn-i*'oatt "Bflliahi-'. t<  point  nf iK)niiniinci'ini*nt, en ,taini ig tjuti  ncien, ino 0 o* Ur������<a.  t.t������>H'.KLn.uu-Hi-'.ii UmuwioH,  H-iln-rt Hociy Cii_iii,ut, t-.-;������*iit.  Dnt������' Mfttch U.li 1911.  DlntrlotntSnywnril.  TAKK uctiou that Sldn������y HoRflman, of  Vttiyouvur, BO., intiuhltiiio, intends to  npuly for jiormlBHiim topurohiwo tliofol-  lowinirilwHUrihi'iVhiiHlu:*���������  O-iminiMiolnx nt a post pltwtod at llio  H"uthw-ist ooriu-r ot lot fiS.'i thonoo iouth  80 chains thonco wo������t 80 uluiln**, Dunce  u.al'u 30 J������������������;,.., l'.,t.iCc eii't M������ Phnt-n., t������  p'_cw tl V -i-imonp.. mr.nt oontMntnjr (140  norcs, moro rr Umii.  Stnsuv IIeammah,  Hob rt llonry C<ie������ttmt, ngont;  V) ���������to.l Mnroh Oth, 11)11,   SAYWARD LANO DISTHlOr.  Dlslriotot 8nywn������d,  TAKK notice that Nnnette  Joaoph, of  Vsnooiiver,   U. C, 8|inst������r, intends to  apply for ptrmiHii-n to purchnso the fol.  lowing cleTOrlh������! fnnth-,���������  Cumin iiolng at a post planted nt tho  H titheiM-l oomm* of lit 517; tliuiicc in*rth  H������lrii.ith, tl-.o o������ oss NO cluilim, tllonc**  south KO ������;hi.ln**. ihoiou wnit B'l chain**  t Hie p 'lot of C'*U*,inirc'e'.iont, eouUin-  mgiMO .cie* moro nr Iohb.  Nasrrr*' JMRrii,  ,     SAYWARD LAJJD DISTllIO'I.  D-Btnct ot S-iywnrd,  TAKK NOTICK thnt Arthur  Rowland  Bout, of Vuncouvcr, B.O��������� traimport n������������tiit,'..  liitouils to apply tor pi-imim-jiou to;purohn*o  tho fidlowiii^ doeorilvtllindBs-rCoiuHJouo.  lug-nt n pobt planted ntthe buuthoaelcor-  ner ot lot 540, oa iho north hoii,*nlriry of  lot 817, thenoe north 80,'. ohainu,   thence,  cn-di 76 ch������iuH  thenof south 80 oh������ini������,.  thenoi|woHt. 715 ohnins to point of oomnienco  ���������Hunt, oontaln)fc������ UOO noroH, moro or loan,  AnTJUm Howunu Ukst,  Unhurt 11 wry CheBtuut, naour,  Dated Maroh 7th, 1011.  8AYWAHI) LANIHH8TR1CT.  DlHtriot ot BiywBi-d,  TAKR NOITuK thetHiunMolUciismiin,  of Vftnooavor, ll.C., tm-ohunio, iut.ndH to  npply for pi-imimlon 10 pumliimo iho fol  lowli gdcto'-ihod land:���������Cominnioiin* at a  pout plniitoil nt tlio Routliwi'i-t onrnnrof lot  5R0i thonoo cast. 160 itluiiiH, thunon Hi-nth  40 ohnins, thenoo wei>t75oLuii.H (more nr  Idfiii) thonoo north 5 oIiiudh, Ihonuo woct  8(5 uhnini, tlioiioe north lift oh uim to \ oi-it  ot onmmonoemout, onidsliiin-. 000 uoron,  moro or .0*8.     Samcm. IIiuhmmj,  Robert llonry Chestnut, sgent  Dated Mnroli 8th, 19U.  SAYWARD LAND DISTHICT,  District of Sitywnrd,  iAivK uttfim'i l������������������v T'.mm.i.* V.x -.^'..;������������������-.���������;*.,  ������������i/o lit SV. V. H/P������n'l)iii������,   nf V***M*w,-7or,  1),C��������� iuUmdi to apply for jiermiralon to ;  pnrchnu* the followlnj. deacrihml l������nd .*���������  Coinmcnoinsi et a post planted 40 olmin-* ->  went of tho BonthoiHt cornor ot lit 517 j|'  thi'non (Mint I'M twiaiim, yn-iin-n ���������������uu,  .u  ohelne, thenoe west 120 clmr.H,   thouoo  north 40 ohslns to point ot oon<mouoiniooi,  oontuining 480 noion, moro or less.  FruNota BunuuitAsi.  Robert Honry Cheatout, ngont (I  DnteAMftiottSth.lini. "  Tha Omd Jfat/IM.  Jtenwtu.,  loneeand In-fltrorauMtbu wlmlii,  ���������Vrn.n<nj* ten-tern,  nwkM   iu-w >  "^HIujiI tn old Volni. t'tir-r* *\n������������������������ ���������  out IkbUiltt, MtiUnl nail llntln XVurn: h  pot,****!/, serttal Waakittss, Jtmittittnt, .',i- ���������������������������  **M*ri-\i/n%,t,md. ttVtia ofAlivutnr Ketumt,.  lf_M$l jwrUiY, sUrcr IA tim will pl*.* ���������������..'.���������;  Wfll^uii*.   f*,ill hf *ll rlmmrlit.* nr Mnii'ml lu  Itobcrs Hotn-v Oimtnit. mj.iiI    WU .mi*.   PuM hy*ll tlrrwir***.* ������<��������� M������iiwl In  D_ted Mfli������������������ 7tl������i 11)11- r-mm/r^^aWaMmMlctnoCn.  ������ \farrmriy WmVttoti tiwauv^titip I  ���������*���������*���������  *****'������������������**>*���������****��������� **!���������-**���������  THE   NEWS,. CUMBERLAND.^ BKITISH   COL'XTMEIA.  I  '<_/  >  APPLICATION FOR STORING WATER  1 --. (s) Ths place of the proposad resarrair  lor itorijig OomoX Lake, B.O.  (t) Tho mean* by, vhioh it ia propesed  to _������_-8 tbe water by a dam at outM of  jMka. "..     ,  . (a,) Tho area ot tho reservoir site or  ait*e at ������ach foot in ileoth nbora ths outlet  8000 acres,  (tr.) Howie it propoiatl to acquire tha  lead aeoostary tor tha parposo'By pafohaw  jf u������c.asa-y.  l-v.) Approxitnataly tho ntimbor of acre  _wt intended t j be impounded 80,000.  (x.) Wnether it is [iropoeed to lewor the  wiiUr iu any natural Uko or aUndiiig body  of watoc, nud, it eu, then���������  1. Tbe uutioinated exteutof the lowor-  in| Not lowered.  i. Tito nioeaa proposed to be adopted to  Jowornud refill ���������*  "' 8. The ������uture aud oliareotar, in detail,  of tu������ -works.propuied to be coutti-uatcd ta  fre-ude for the discharto a������d peuning back  of the wamr By oonoreto a������m with regu-  latiiig gatei controlling the disohurje.  [SigBnturo]  ���������WBLLJ.*IGrON OotUBRV CoMVANY,   LtD.,  W. L. Coui.so-s, General _ila������i**.-.r.  (P.O. uda-*Bs) Vioioiia, B.C..  Jnauuy 16th, 1911.  WA.THSR NOTICW.  NOTICE is hereby given that u  application will be made under Part  V. o������ the "Water Act, 1909," 1������ ob-  ta.iu A iiseueu in tin D.vuiu-.- uf (J. ui ix  Dieinct. '  (a.) Tho name c4 Company In Ml:  Woilmgtwn Culilery* <Jcinp'u.,y,   Utni.od.  Tho bond ���������lllce Victoria, B.C.   .  The capUl, -ih.w Jdi������idei, showinc  amount _*aid uj> $Z.l .<J,00CQ diTiiled into  110,000 Kharee o_.$100 00 i**oh Cully paid up  (If tor niainc purpoeos) Free ��������� Mtat-  er's Certificate No   (k.) Tba name ot lake, atreara or  pouree (il u&ctamod; tbe description  ii) Puntle-'gs River.  (o.) The point ol ������.-.erston: At, a  point above the fallu oa the fomlodg-*  River, Oeaiux Di.trial.  (d.) Tbe quantity o* water affpMat  for (ia cubie feet pee? 'second):  iil*.  (e.) The character of tbo   pro-fKHrefl  'wo'k.: Generati'n plant, j*o**/������r *������oik_, and  eloetm work., and plani a*-d other inaoM-  inery aod conreuieucta atcnaeary for pro-  duomg power.  (IsV Tb������_pFcn������i������e8 bnlrhiohtfie^mi-"  ter Is to be uood (doaertbe oame): On  or iu >he viiinitt ->f t^ie Wrlliugt in Co! r  ery Company'.* Ltd. property and hold-  lag* ia Cunaax D -.trie*,.  (j.) Tho purpootsn on whlcb tbe water ia to he u>ed: GaurratinH ���������leotnair.y,  and or light, heat, power, oyen-l.i.n of  moloff, oagiuat, andnnohinery ofal. kinda  audK������ner*lly fur ih-oserci*-* ���������������������������fall power*  an I priyileges of a po������ar company uuder  P*itlX. of above Act.  (1.) II tha water ie to be wad for  power or -n-ktag purpoeee dee������-r_e  tba place where the water ie to be  roturoed to some natural ohaatael,  and tbo cMfterence in altitude betwa*a  point ot diversion and point of re*  tarrt At a convouiOHt plana b*>low t������e  Ktanjhtoa Ftlltf iu thn, vicinity nutlet  JJrowo Rivor, Sootioas 10 a������d J.. T|>., 9,  (Jo.nox District. Tlie po;ut of ieUr������ it  -.beat iOO (eot lower alcitudo than tlie point  cf di-emen,  (].) Area of Crown land intended to  too o������ei_p(ed by ttoe -proposed, work*:  N������*e.  (It.) Tbis notice waa posted on; the  sixteenth day of January, 1911, aud ������ppl.-  ealion will be made fo tl������������ oemmi������.i<������������er  on tbe aa.rtl day ������l Febmary, 1011  (I.) CHve tbe nonei aid MdrtMM  of iwf, rlpariwi proprietore or llo-  atio-oa who or whesw landa are likely  to be afleoted by the propoaed worlra.  nltlwr abore or belpw tbe ouUeti  Wfliintt-in L'oiliury Company, Ud.  Attach    eopy ot eoeh parte of tbe  Company's meowrandnm of aasocia*  tioa aa atitboriae Mm profowd ������Wai*i-  ofttloti and wwrtas  (Rlitustnie)  ������������������>   \Xit\tUrtaxoK Ooi,uimy Coxi'ivy, Ltd  W, L. Couuon, Qenernl Manster.  (P.O.aWdreee) Viotorls, B.C.  ESI i^Tr^^i  Holiday  tew  i       *   * *   ��������� .  Tor Sale hj all   .  in Kegs or Bottles  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, b!c  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -      FOE   SALE  BY  Walworth-Rojston Co.  ^  3.030 Wastminatar Ave.,      Vancouver, B. C.  i  R  0  H  m\  W : ���������  < M ^  >-f x ".  3 M <**  go g  * " ll  *> -tf  i 2  -5   *"*  * *t ts  - 2  S. m  "   ������.   tl  J."*.������  11  ir as  o .-: >  rf   J ������:  ������  ?. \t  -* I a  .5 Si-Si-  ������ &S n  M &��������� en.  m  a  o  a  m  , **c  a  S  3 . .  m        .  i.  u  n   *������  *5 2  .2 -h  ������K)      rm  * s  ������   t*l  ts _���������������  i- "TJ  11  ���������>_ ������  So  rt  '5  3  ���������ai*  s  .a  B  ���������a  n.  w  1^  rt  ������  O  ���������*<  '2-  i__"uir_i>,aBB_i_-tTbfn_r  tv(JAO������ 6i**J CA'rf^M  , 5rW!W:v������tsrc!  ������^_I_S��������� OT-3tMR_il j  fjffi C?S KJ'-Tl E5^.:  i  ft  Guaranteed Chemically Puro  SOLD IN PACKAGES AND CANS  Samo Prsca aa the poor  Adulterated Kinds  E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.  Toronto, Ont.  ll^^l^^T^^^S'l  0  *  i  I.*!  I.  NOTICE  Any porgom or persona, cutting,  roinoring or Inking   nny   bloc_������,  tirab*r or wood, of any duscriptiodn  wlonging to the Wellington Colliery Oo'y., or from or oft* tlio land  oi" tho said Company, will In. props'-  octite'd to thn full extant of tl<������ law.  W.'L. COULSON",   '  Geineral Mahager,  "Wellington CollieryOo.y.  '    NOTICE.  Ridinj on.loo.otnotires and   rail  *ay care of.  t!-i������   Union   Holliery*  Company. hy> any ,p������rK0i\   ,.r   \m-  ���������jons���������except tain crew.���������iti.strictly  pronj-^ited,    Ktri|)ioy.h-b   "ri?  sub-  Vc tr.- dismissal for nilowiiig. sajin-  . liy order  W,, L.  COULSON.,.   -  C.cneral Manajtei".  aT-i-_iaiei,"winnjefc������<_>s  jVJ"*f<5***,**W"A<sJ������__  O. H TARBELL  BOVRIL renovates  the blood arid builds up  muscle and nerve. It is  good for children,  athletes and invalids���������  for all.  HIGH GRADE STOVES  Aad.all KITCHEN   .UTOI81LS  Sperfsmens Goods,  and  fy������Fty-****^S^0t*flffa  I   FAIRFIELD   {  ~Z STORE ���������|  ' ,T. JACK,   1'itop. !>  ������  tsTKrjviuum aK<*"a  The Courtenay Hotel  Krary convonion������,e for guools.  Th������ Cential Kotul for Sportsmen  None but llio Best of Wines and Liquors  at the Hur.  RATES  REASONABLE  A Kiae Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  Fruits and Tobacco.  Vancouver Ice Cream.  ji lXmnuiuir Ave.   Ciittiborlond  ���������^?#WW^W'WWi.W  ���������*'*e>^*^<H>4������-O<>'������*4^'0<>*<><l-*d'C'4><$'  John Johnston,  Prop  I  I_xtr������iiv from th������ uiMoat^Dun or xtmooi-  JkTION.Or TU* WntUKOTOK Oouditiiv  CflMrivr, MimuD.  (t) To Mr-uUt by pnrehnfl, grant, letiu  or Ib ������ny ethor roaQier,,,.,...,.water or  rluhw U wator .......,,,..  |d] Teoet-ry <-n thabueivaai of   ���������leet-io liittit, liimt end power aupply   [|] Tn munuftotnre ind uie ua n inoiive  l*ener eltcti iuity mi! to mtmifccturt  .if  lyrtniitm   Tv1i*ifv  m������������l*ilii������ir,������',   nivimrufnii  ni.rt witi-ilti!** nf *,v������r*f Wn I fir thi* jicv  dnoHoe end (tleu-ib-itioii o( i*l������otrlolty. ..  .������ (eu������r������t������������ mo or illipnie ot eup|tly or din-  tribute eUotriolty  for llnlitsrff or  lootive power end to oenktrufti, Iny  ihi*i������i   wi ii'i'.li    *U������   \.mtt-i   Aui   C*tl'ia������i  wiiai. linee, aooamnlntoii, hmya and  werke.  ftTAKF. NOTICK tlmi Wiillim F. Hu.ltl-,  of Vdneouver, oooni ition, mrp-niter, in-  t������uit to ip.������Sy imt i>itro.������iii>.i ui iniii.li*rr  lhe folto-eUR .leiorihud liniUi-Cominitic-  i-ig tf ������ putt pleutiil et 'Im run tli nm our.  mar ol Me. 1, thenco uorth 80 ohtiin, ihinoe  ���������bUtSa-obein**, ll.o'*t������ sieUj 8') cb.ui ,  tkwiee weet SOebtini, to p.. iut ul oorai*.-  en<������B)������ijt������ ckminiiiH-g- <5*10 *eri-������, m������r������ i r  laaa. WIU.IAM F. SMITH.  N.mi* ni A^plicji.t,  Uit������4 JdiMr Dvli, mio.  NOTICE TO-THK VIUMG.  H*viug built * Urgortvnruhotinoanrt mill  atCourUiuy, 1 will lu fti'uro konp on  hmul k BlOOli of nl) liinde of Hiy, Orilij,  mul"Fond at.lowoRt mntltot rntcn, A  upuolnlty will licmnde. of roller orm-bod  fouil fur homiiwhioh will nmU* (i.iiYlnir  of miii thlni in tin* co>t nf (rod, OH.ri*  Kivim tho tenmalor or hy. phono will -be  promptly 111 led. Thttukiim ynu for yonr  pntr mi������o in tlio \mt und aolloitltw a oon  (iutiunuoof tliennmo on limulor Imua, 1  bt'K to run uiu  YuiiiH toooinmiiutl,  MYRON CRAWFORD.  ������l-IWI>IIIIIWH_limH������HHHII>IIIW������1���������>M.HI..������HM������l������nnMi  UNION S. S. CO., of B.C. ua  A'A.NAIMU-L'.MO.N    iiJVY- CUKOX - CAMl'OBIA.  fitV_.lt KuCTJt,  Bnili.vf,*- riH unilor������-  Twln.������nruwHvoiumr 'COWItlllAN"  L liven Vuut'Ouvi*irThiir������<lui 8 p.m.  Arrivo Uninn (lor GmuboiluwiJ I'Vidny  uioi-riintf  A r v#h C*miix Fritlmy iijoiu'iiu,  Arrivo "J_tiii-li.il lliv.r IViday noon  Ut-lurniiiil  I.v    C������uiox Fridey 4 i> ni  " Union JJay      ������������������   5   "  ������������������ Nanii1n.t) mldnloht  Lenvo*- V������noouv_r, H������t������r<l������y 8 p in  ArriTOK Nui-iimo. finturuhy 12 p m  Arrive Uninn, MuuNy l> it m  [fur CiiitiUrHiiitj  Arrives foiimv,   -ui*������<iiy SI a m  Koturrtitnf:���������  Ifftiven Cown������s<. "M.inlay 4 \t m  Itri'.vo* Un***.. 'Munrtny fi \, *n *  Luvuu Ntnuim-),   uiiduy inul:j������l������t  Mil  Deiler in  Al*t KINDS 'OF*  fruit, Candy Cigars  j Cigarettes & Tobacco. |  Bonovit.niock,  0UMBERLANI), ll.O.  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Diitrict oi Rupert  TAKE notice Ihat Gardiner "Alexander Brady Spencer of Alameda  Cal., ocenporiop plumber, intends  to apply for peruum-ion to purchase  tbe followinu dr.oribed l������nd������:���������  Commencing at a post planted  nbout 30 chains irMt of the eoulh  enst corner of Section 24, Townahip  21, thence weet SO chain**, thence  south 80 cliuin*, then** east 80  chaini., thence north to south soote  of Wolf Luke, thence*treaterly alon*!-  ������outh ptiore to wesr end of Uko,  I lienco eaet ulonp; north ebore about  40 ohnins, thence north to place_of  commehcetnont, containing 400  nur-'S more or le*������.B.  Scribed on post, G A.B.S.'s N.E.  corner.  Gahdukr-Albxakdks Brady  Spemosr.  Dun Clnrk. Agent  Dfited December 14th, 1910.  "uupert lTnd"].isrriot""  DiBtrict of Rupert  TAKE notice that John Henry  Kerrinah Richurdaon, of Vcncou-  rer, B. C, ticcupation' 8:ca_nboat  Steward,'intends to apply for per-  :mi_aion io purcba.H������ the following  def*cril=od landi*:���������Oommencing at  a post planted about 40 ohaine  north of the gomhweat corner of  S'-ction 3,.Town*������hip 21, thence west.  UQjd___i__*L*J_?_?J^  th. nee east 80 chaiiii, thenco norfh  ISO chains io place of commencement con laitiing 64.0 acres more or  -<|.-  luss.  ,   J. H K. R'������ N IS corner.  Joiin Henry  Kerrinsh RiciiARP-  ������������������y.\.  Dan Cli*rk. Aueni.  D>*ted Dec-ambtr 16th, 1910.  KUPEKT LAN D D1STKIOT  Duti-ioti *f Rupert  TAKE N011C.E lh*.t Juuvb P-md.haw.  ot Eniuotia, PJoriiit, c-iirpii<.ti:r, int.. ������������������<_  to limply for iim-iuinfliuD U pn rob tiie tli*)  folli-wiufl* deiuribua luut'it:���������Com mi -ncDi.  ���������������t a i������o.t planted 2 milo* wmit of tlio S.E.  onrm-r oi Suo i <n W.'Uiwnnljjp '2i������, tnuueo  Ufi-th-iO ohfij������. tli'iio- v������������_t 80 ohat"-*,  lliMiee tomb -tO oh**ing, ihoi*no ������<_t 80  olutut) tn placo of otiumik'ncimioitt., con-  uituiiK_20  iior#H raore or 1i)(im.  Sen boa on poet <l Ji'a M,I-., oova jr,  Jamkh Uuadhimw,  Du* (Jlurk, neen*.  D.itod DccorabT 10th. 10J0.  HUPBUT LAND DISTRICT  Di������lri(*t of Kuperi.  TAKE N0TK.1-! tint Otwiloa Jndson  Xllixir, nf Giiicnert, N.Y., rot'red lann-  oi', ��������� l-eiulfl tn apply for perruiHalon to  piirc'.ve tli# follohiuu d������*-������riboil 'land*:  Oom,t��������� ciuy ut a post pUnttid 2 mi-ox  west <v tbe IJE coruer of Section tM, Tuwu  .hip 20, l.'icnco ii������rt'< BU oh*i h, tlienuu  -km HU uliuiH*., rUesriOv* Hnuili SO claiuR,  thence wtut SO chnitie, tn phno of o iiiuu-  ������ eem������nt, o*.ntal<'inl,< UU)������oi������j, nmro or  1*m. t'lUKi.Kt Junuux Mixr.a  8cr bfld oupoflt Vi til's HV\ oorutr  l)*n OUrk, AKOiit.  Drtl^lDo-mliBr lilh, ll)li������  ltUl-ERT LAND DISTRICT  District of R.uj ort.  TAKEnot'oe 'hat Fndora Mne L*-ei-<_n  of Vancouver, R. O.   ooou_)at'i>u JVVidow,  ii'toudfi to app(y for per.i i.i i u to pur-  chaae tho folluwii g d.sciib-.u m.di: Qt>m  mf-nciug nt at a p >t plante-l   about  or.������<  milo uortli and 40 ohan e <.a>*t of tin- S. E.  comor of Seotioii 4, Towwhip  S,  Ihnne**  nurih 80'ohainu, thence i-nat 80 cUuub,  thoace south 80 cli'iin-1. .tbHuoe w.st 80  chains io pin.*'*, oi co.nrafaiK. omirut, oo/itiia  ii)K G10 -toren, ru������r.i it kcs.  Soribed <m po.t EML's S.W. comer.  ExDoiti. Mak Limsox,  D-D CUik, Agent.  Dat /it Dacmnlier 11th, 1910.  liUP-BKT LAND DISTRICT  Distrios of Rupers  TAKE   7'01TCIC  'th������t  Adelaide  Eator  O'ark    IIivwd,   of   Brooktl������.a.   N.  Y.,  married woiriap. iuUnd* to ������pply fi r pir-  mia-iiou to purehit.it the fullowmg dutcrih-  edUndh:���������Cummsnoing at a pott pluntcci  it touthwdbt oon or ef Scoti*--* 19, Town-  ihlp 'J. thi-i-.-*** north   SO  clialn**,,   tlieiu*  e������tat SO i:huiui>,   thence   iouth   80  oluiiif,  tluiict vtt-kt 80 o'.*s*iu*������ tn placo of oouinien-  ucnt coutviiog 610 acre* inoro or le.������.  Soii:..-d ou poat A.E.C.IVhS.W. cur  Anr.LiiDK JiSTEtt Clakk BnnwK.  Dmi Clark, a^-nr,  Dalod DtcoinberlSrh, lftlO.  ���������Mas*Jtau������-tt_'''i-*!awH_--_M--^^  RUPERT J.AND  DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Richmond  Chailca Bipn of Vancouver, B. C,  Urokt-r intends ������o apply -for per  mimsion to puroiiape the following  detcribod landu:- Commencing at  a posi pi tinted at i post between  Secti-n 18k, TowneHip 9, and Section 13, Township 20, t bonce west 40  chaini-, thence .outh 40 chains,  thence w.at 40 chain*, thenco touth  80 chiiinr; thence east 40 chain*1,  thenc*! north 40 chains, (heme east  4.0 rhivinf, thence north SO chains to  piace of commencement, containing  6.0 acr<f-s more or less:  Scribed on poat RGB'. N.E cor.  I.ichmond Charles Biss.  Dan Clark, agent.  D'.ited December 19th, 1910,  RO PERT LAND   DISTRICT  District of Ruqert  TAKE notice that Delia Brook?,  of   Vancouver.    B.    C.,   Married  woman, intends to npp'y  for permission to purchaee  the- following  described lands:*���������Commencing at  post plajatctiat the   uorthweat cor_  nerof  Scotion . 30,   Townphip   9.  thence tivst SO chuii.., thence south  80 chain", tboice  wcPt frO chainp,  thenco north 80 chains to place of  commencement    contain ng.    640  acres moro. or less.  Scribed on Post D. B'a N. W  cor.  Della Bhooks,  Dun Clark, Agent.  D.������led Decrrahpr 17tb, 1910.  JOHN McLEODS  KOIt FJHS1MU.A88  il  (JIOAUH.it TOBACCOS  -^-iiiwr���������win���������__innrm. ���������t irwini irii_mi ��������� nm���������iwiifiw*Mfi������*i,Twmr  NOlTCKIi horalvy ,\vm ih^ton tlio lint  HUrSRTLANnDIHTUIOr  Diatrltit .-f UtiK-rt.  &*t#.*AA_,a������iilAA_.aMAA_,Aii. i   TAKE NOTB'K thmi Hrtn-jjo Clrtim l*  .^'������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������^���������^^���������O-IV p0(1()U0 m,% of \ n.o.mv. r, H.O., tn������������li*  Huh nl oiijtiuur, iiitn tl** t������ riiiply for pci-mm  iiinn io pu uniiM* Wid  f- llowi m dU'Cnboil  Inurli*,���������(Jiiinmviicl ,.*/ At a p -.1 pUntrd on������  ind* pam of tlio  nrlli--������'Pi eoruor of ^ot-  iun 18, Tovniililp i'i tli������n������o **ii*it 80 olioim-,  '.bfl.ivetior b 40 oh lu**-, Iho on  \.-,'t, 8n  obaliia, tboNiio  M-utb -Iv/ clnlup, t������ plncu  of oouiraaaconinit, co.ta'i.ii-if ll'JO ucroa,  mo u i r Urn*.  Sori'M-d re p'iu������. OCLIM'* ,SW er.r'n'r,  Okoio*. CinruH Lau-ic-joi Mir.f.acu,  Drill tjiiirl., Af.uiit,  DB,Sll?l_*!*l!_J_z9.t!!Ji,Ji,-_  RUPEHT LAN'D DISTHICT.  ���������-������-o ������ ���������  Dipttict ot Hii|nrf.  TAKE iiotieo tlmi Harry PhIIcii  Archihnld of Viiiicouvcr, II C, on*  ii.i.e*sr, tuteiuIrA to m-i'lv tor ,������<ruiiH  non to purc.hiipe tin* following do  icribt'd laiida:*���������Commf*iK-iiii{ ut *>  pout plhtilod 4 clininu north of (. M  f.ooion'ii rotith\vnat corner, thence  north 40 chaini", tlum.-o won 40  elnt'np, thflnre snuth 10 chain1.  UiiHius t-iii-l 10 i haiii*. to pUce o'  i:oniuivri((*m*nn. oontainiiifi i<50  ncrea, mor or 1cm  ru'.rilwl on p-fi H.P.A S-H K, cor  UaHRV 1'ATrKK AllCIIIH.U.l*.  D.ii Cli L, a-jutf  Haled Dcij   Hih, t'JHl.  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  District of Ruport,  TAKE NOTICK that  Edward Dyk������,  of Hii.'k'bi'm.t'ii. "SY. ciMchriiaii,in'oi:dB to  apply lor pertuisBion to iiuioubi*. tho following doHorihetl lanilB:���������CuiiiH.ouoiiiii'. at  ���������_ p at pl,iin������d 2  mi!o������    wvHt    of    tho  nouth eiiMt (jurucr of .Stcini 21, Townahip  20, heinO'j wu*t 80 cliaimi,  iImioj   nouth  Ml ohaiuH,  thonoo 0'int 80  ohuirn*, thf.uoo  north SO oluii-H tn plic*t of o 'iiimiin.uuicuc,  tiiiDt������iuiii>_ 040 aorei*, moro or losri.  . St-rihod on pout BDV N.K, oomor,  Edwakd Uvkk,  Dau Clark, Agont.  Datrd Dtt.-0'nhor 19th, 1010.  itUl'lf IU* LA"NDDI8TRlCi  DUtriot of Rupert.  TAKB NOTIOB tUitThomM P".diirlok  Trniker, lit Vnnoouv^i, H.U., ielo(|r������ph  op^r..���������lMl,int������uda to apply for po.ml**-  nun to purobnta Iho f.lluwiuii dcacrlbud  Innda:'��������� Onmaini oinj ������t n \n>-i plantoil at  tlits i.ori-h. w*Mt> ootiiu'* of 8-c hm J3, l'o������u  ihipll. UioiKO nouth 80 chairm, tlnnto  east. Iii'i.'ihm', 'liono.) nor h 80 oim In*-,  thai oft' wont h'O t-nnl'������t������ placo ��������� t fo������r  uonco.r.ciU, containU*. (UU Hwroa, inor.i  or Twiin.  ���������.oriboiloii p'i<t 'lET'fcX.W  u mor.  Thojuh Fukukrick Tahkkr,  Din Ola-k, Agpnt.  I>4t������-(11)oceuib.ii' lOtli, 1010  M's Cottoa llMi Cmpoml  TbiVurwatUtwIw) TopKi H*)d  tiwiitifti Monthly  ,wly miiio  ....   .11 W.l'Uor o������i \rl\wt -ffortien iwn  dopo-Kl, l'.������o|d lu tiin'ij dsirroos  of ukiii-Hi-Nj. X, ������t | No. It,  Md(<f(i'������i.'UHtiiinffir.C"! ih.a\  tat Hp'ic**.. onnv, Stt -por txnt*  Bolil itr nil AriiMrbita, or i������-������  jw������|i������I(l on, racJclpt of pilpa.  1yc_ pnmpl'Ict. Ainmut THK  lM_8OUR8llll<l0uT0IIDNTS,l)NT. {formal* IttrAtH  ^twH^HM4^wlwHwlwM,i*H,,M1*li  Q  .������,,������ ,f u.  ...I.ff  .:*.!   v.  mull* to th. Snp������riut������uit������nt of lVovinci.il  Polic*. Viciorin, for tha r������o������wnl of thn hr������.  t*l liomi* to ������������������!) Iqnnr* Uy ratuilio the  hotfll known ������������������������ tlm Part Au|*u������t������ hr-trl. nit  iiattnl ������t Ooniiu, U.C. ' J.J1 Hoi-MKl.  Dnififl fV?,-.l.**r II, 1110.  -nOI'ICI". i������ h������r������1iy givan fhultut Ibo first  iliy nl D.ip.i-1-.ir it'll fcftpliiiAtiou will li.  iiiK-lo to ih*. Sii|MnnUDi|nnt of Pri������vinci������l  I'otic*. Vwii-tii, f������-r tfm rmtwil ������f th������ tio-  iiW'rtnatifttmtS, ti,*jni>i* \,j rl-iliniLr  Im'- f F-nvni j** tlr. 1, tries H,it,I( u'ti.i*,_.j._ ut  <".������������.)., V-.i' i.o*i-������c������ U Cuarr..  l.>.vti Oc.ui-ai II, vm.  ���������1'  C  0  it  u  ���������1)  ,C  i*if  <  y  \t  a  E  fa  tL  C  *i  6  X3  V������a/  o  o  it  c  r!  m*  Ui  CD  aC  CO  o$    1  if)  >  mm*  \mta  <D  mZ  u  4ml  rc  +~t  t/.  w  t.w  v  Ui  i .  r~>  m>  CD  'S  tn  *  t-i  'm*  f*  u  aa,  'ml  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Diatrictuf Kupert  TAKE oolirctlmt Cortram Jame?  Task������r of VariCT_v������-r, B. C. occupation Expreta' Manager intenda to  to apply f-**r pcim pfion lo pui-char****  tho f-illvwinu deJciiliad land*:���������  Commencing at *. prat pltntcd  oboaM'.O cha-na w������? ofthf e^uth  t'aHcornt������r of Se**iion 2*_,.To*i'U-  ���������shipSl^ tho.cu \ram fcO chains^  thence touih SO ciiainu. tlienca taat  80 chnina, lh������nce t������orth SOehoina  io place t.f ctiimoncenH'ht. con-  lainitijg 640 acrot more or l*-*'-*.  Sciibed uu po<t N^l. J Tr. S.'ri.   ���������  BKTnTRAM JAMhU  TA>t*Cit,  Dan Clark, ap.ent  Dated Dacember i4tb. 1910.  'iff  s~m*nt-*������***.*.*  RUPERT LAND DISTB1CT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice   that, M������rjtu������iriti*.-  Leitch of Vancouver, .B.C., ocou*  paliun Saleslady, intend, to apply,  lor ptrmieaion to pnrchati-i the following dweribed lands: ������������������-  Comrconciaj; at a poat plan tad  at the north eaat corn*, of Section  M, Townahip 20, thence weat 80  chain*, thence aouth 80 chnina������  thanoeMst. 80 chaiuv, thence north  80 chftina to pl������ce of comicencs-  menl, containing 6*10 acre*, more  or leua.  Scribed on poa^, M.L.'a N". E. cor.  Makgukiute leitcu>   ���������  Dan. Clark, Agent.  Dated December lGth, 1910.  ���������>-������*t������iW mm a*������������niwaiai>������>ttii_a<������a<i,  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT.  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Edpa  Fithar .  Spencer of AUinerla, Cal.,* married  woman, intenda to apply- for  per-  miaiiion to. purchate tha following*  described landa:���������  Commencing nt a poat planted  at Iho south weat corner of ���������,Sad ion  2 Townahip. 21, thonoe ������a������t 80  chaini,- tlvanca north_.80 chsinn^  thenei wiat 80 <*hainji, thancoaouih  80 chaini lo pluoe of commencement, containing 15.0 a^res iaor������ or.  leas. J ~  Scribed on po-*t K.F.F.'a S W.cor..  ���������    Edna. Fi.i.er Spvivcnn  Dan Clark, Agent.  Dated December 16ih. 1910.   '  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Diatriot ������f Rupert. ���������  TAKE notico ihat Haivlee Aakhy���������  of Vancoitror, B,C , married woman '  intenda to apply for permission to>  purchaii������ the following denctibed'  latida;*���������  Commencing at a poat platted  at the iouth eaat corner of Bactioa  3, Townahip 21, thence no������th 40  ohaini-, thence r/^at 80 ehnir.".,  thonoe* couth 80 ohaici, ihciu'/fi  oast80 cbftina lo pluoa of ctvw  mancomont, oonuining 640 a<sr#������  more or loaa  Scribod on post, If d.'*. f?.E, cor.  Haidke A-iunv  Df.n (Jlai-!., A sent,  I>������led Dacamlw 10th, 1&I0.  mm*lmm-*m*m*'*������*a,mmlrm)  KUPKUT LAKD DIITRICT  DUtriot of Kup������rt.  TAKK NOTIDK t\t\ Lillir. Bh-ippArd,  ���������f '���������'���������incoUTki-, H, C nmrri'il i*"ir.-*,-*.i i:*  t������ndH to at-ply for perrn'min* tn pr.i'i*'<,i.^  'lto''ollowi*i'(j d������aorib������d laniii:-0-������oiMsn  otvq ui a poi- |������'ituW nt thi-i numb   aart  (���������i-rnfr of S*>r.lion 84, Township Jl. tliM-eA  north 90 ek������irn,   theaoii wt-.i f<0 oltii'/.,  thciicu gjiifh ROohoind,  ih������noo cr.rl <ii>  nlnii)B tn placo af comuiHieuoi-nitt-'-t, eou-  toii'iiV'! I>{0 anra-i, iii'im nr ha*.  8o-ibtd.on pi-at LS'a S.K. corcer**  Lu.UAJf RlIKfrAHB.  *      Dm. Clark, A(.eut.  Datnl Dcoambcr 13 b, I9i0, .  TtUPBIlT LAND DISTRICT  ���������'Dintriet ot Rupert.  TAKK NOTIOK that WMuim Wndmao  Sbeppard, ot f aiicoiiTir, B. C, o������h-  limt maker,- InlftiulH t������ apply for permlo-  wioii t > purclinan the following d������Harlho.l  !.tii(t*:-Onmiupiiiol(l,*T in a pint planted nnu  uillu weat of th*- -outheami cornor of ftf���������������  Hop 94, Town-hip 121. IhoBix north GO  cbi'iii������,'th#no������ v������������jt (0 chalua, tlicico  ���������lonihUO ohnii'ii, thauc an-*t BOohiiiiB to  pUt-u of eoiiiu^M-ouiODt, oouUitiiDg filf>  iwrn-i, more or un.  Sorfboil ci (.-oat W XV S'a SB, ooinor.  "WlUMAM WHJ)IU.V Bll������|>rARfi,  Odd Olnik, .!���������������������_t,  Da.iiire.oniUflrl.1lk, 1910.  KUPERT L\ND Dl&TWC'F  Diatriot of Rupert.  TAKIfl NOTICE tltaf* William KortU  rlakTwker. of V*Domiv������* H.U. mnnn'jii or  or������ii������������nt, mliiiidn tn apply for i**,-rmi*������iiiin,  to purrlma* ihuMlewii-K I'lmuibtU IiukI-:  < ouinn-nolnir nt % port pla-ilrtJ nheut. 1  ���������-In i������*-������- ot tlm norm wi i*i corHt-r m ������tr-  ti-iji:* Ti-ivj.)* l*i D, ti.ij-rb.')vtW������������:l';d.v.  t nnijn t-OQta DO fhiiie, tlwo* wwt flO  flinlua. harca uorth Hil ulnha ><* fdieaof  i-.inmiai.c-u_.it, cm uinini! 6(0 i.ur*s  mon. i������r it>aa.  Scrl-e.l   'i pokI WKT'ii N.W, crrc,",  ���������i'. .    T"   _ ��������� "'  '������ U.l..*.ln  Ik. .*lkn.,V ������.   I i.r,t.l.ml  1������mi <!l������rk, A|IOo,.  l)at-*: !������ ���������������������. *M������r 1 d h. J'.110.  ItUPhKrLAKDJJWrUICt*  l>ul'lo<!rf Ituvmt,  TAKK NOTICK that J������'W*lN Munlt-  )<t\x*, ul V���������'ia.u< r.r, 11. i', ttlta  ei tft, iutml* t<������ ftpply for j������ rm*������alwi li>  i-jrh- *t> i)i<������ UiVi.'t i.f ���������'��������� >.- \h A Ik .', -  ��������� i' ini*ui'ini( it ���������- ������������������������������������'.i yUft'-f* --��������� bi ��������� ��������� r h  vita ������������������r-n-rif >><���������! n US. 'low _hp .,,  th- i>������������ n.M.t-. HU ,������imiu,-i. thv <i> Md t.*;  fit in* tli'io riiirt.H K'l oWiti i. tl.wn-o  wnt so h ������ r, 'o I'lani of crunTiicioo-  a-.������ t.-*<������ t:iir.i*K������l"i(*T������������UH������'eir 'am.  ',    S_r!l������ non i.< ir l\t'<N U', (������.,nr.  j I������ajii;i,I.a Mn.vlcrtor*'.r.,       ������.  1 .Dan dark, AgaU.  I> t*il l)ic������iul. r liith.  I3ICI  1 w.H*H-M������f������H-!' H-lt H44-lf*i ���������ES^__?S^?SRr^nTrrrT_  ;a-..^ii������������asV>v'*fe������.J.I*v������^^  -WtWlU.  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  MORE  P1NKBAM  CURES  BRAVE BOYS IN BLUE.  Added to the Long List due  to This Famous Remedy.  Glanford Station, Ont-*" I have taken  LydiaE.lMnkham'a  Vegetable Com-  pound for yeurs  "and never, found.  any medicine to  compare with It. I  had ulcersfttid falling of the uterus,  and doctors did me  no good. 1 suffered  dreadfully until I  began taking your  medicine. It has  also helped other  women to whom I  have.recommended it."���������Mrs. Henry  Clark, Glanford Station, Ontario.  Gardiner, Me.���������"1 was a groat sufferer from a female disease. The doctor said I would have to go to the  hospital for an operation, but Lydia E;  IMnkham's Vegetable Compound com-  pletelvcured me in three months."���������  Mrs. & A. Williams, K. P. D. Ko. 14.  Box 89, Gardiner, Maine.  Because your case is a difficult one,  doctors having done you no good, do  not continue to suffer without giving  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial. It surely has cured  many cases of female ills, such as in-  Jlammation, ulceration, displacements,  libroid tumors, irregularities, periodic  pains, backache, that bearing-down  reeling, indigestion, dizziness, and nervous prostration. It 'costs but a trille  to try it, "and the result is worth millions to many suffering women.  If you want special advice write  forittoMrs.PinUliani.Lynn.Mass.  It is free and always helpful.  The Best Silver  Is readily distinguished by  this trademark���������  ���������1847 ROGERS BROS'.'  It appears on knives, foriw,  spoonsandfancyserWngpic.es  of tne heaviest grade of plafe.  Btsl Iti sals, dishes, wallers,  etc., art stamped  MERIDEN BRIT* CO.  SOLD BY LKAUl-.'G DULIiM  "Silver Plate that Wears*  Military     Instructor ��������� "What     is  meant'by hereditary enemies?"  Recruit���������"Your   relations."  SMokh Gjm  "Did you know Unit there are germs'  in kisses?"  "I knowed there waa somethin', in  tbem that made- 'em" "mighty,'good, but  I didn't know that it was germs."   i,yeBspa  DISFIGURED  _F0R LIFE!  Mothers Should  Realize What  Neglect of Skin-Troubles  May Mean to Children,  A lifetime of disfigurement and sufferlni.  -often rcHUlts from tho neglect, In Infancy or  childhood, of minor affections of the skin and  Hculp. A mothor overlook*) a littlo rash or  attempts Home simple treatment and In a  diiy, perhaps, tho littlo ono Is covered with  Hnvero eczema or a similar distressing eruption,  Then the .truggle for a cure begins.   .  A multitude of remedies aro tried, doctor  after doctor consulted and hospitals'vlslti-d,  hut too often tlio Buffering extends, without  Riilistnnllal relief, from days to wei-ks, week*- to  months anil months to years. Added to litis Is  tliu nvpr-preseiit (car that the Itctilnir, burning  nnd diHlluiiralioii will become chronic, tnur-  rim; future welfare and making lifo mlmirnlilo,  In tho prevention of the simple skin troubles  from which nil this milTerlm? no oltou iirlw***  mid in CHtabllshliK! a condition of nklu health I  that makes eruptions impossible, motliers nro j  assured Hint nothing Is purer, nwe������t������r or moro  effective than Cuticura Honp arid Cutl.-ura |  Ointment, And greater still, If p<vi.ll*l<-, is  thn success of these simple household raiicdli-H  In tlio treatment of tho severer skin nilcellmis  IhcmselvoH, With tho first wnrtn liuth with  Cutl'U!!\. Soap nnd gentle iipiillaili.m ol  Ctiticura Ointment, tho itching ami liiiriiiiin  of eczema cease, tho child fulls Into it ivfirsh-  Ing sleep, tlio mother rests and for !h������ Inst.  1lme, pn-.Hll.ty, In "miiiiy weeks pmiee fulls on  il distracted hoiisolmld. I-'rcfineiill.v u slii'ilc**  cako of Otitlr-iiru Hnnp and box of Culleiiia  Ointment are sulllcleut.  Positive as Is tills statement, It Is Justified  by moro than thirty years of pronounced  mimm. Tn <ninte but a hllifflit insliiucu,  lloburt* Miuiii, oi lYociur, Aimm-aum, ���������\\.-.  "Our bov wa** born in Toronto nn Ort.  IH, 1008, and when threo months olit u Kiiniit  rash appealed on his cheek.   What i-miciiied  fo be a water blister would form. When It  iroke, matter would run out, Matting new  illsters until his entire face, hend and shoulders wero a mass of scabs and vou could not  nee a particle of clear skin,    wo tried about  > . ...   ..,'.-...-!.'.'   .���������"������������������������������������������������������'!���������'   ���������������!*!''"!���������   '"-lit    l**-  dccif s<miii of them only added lo his millf-ririg  nnd one In particular, llio Iteinedy,  almost hut the Infant Into rnnvnlslons. 'Iho  family doctor prescribed for lilm and told us  to bathe the baby In buttermilk, Till*. dM  riot do any good, so wc took lilm to ii lioupltul,  lio wuh treat od as un out-pat Imit twice u week  and lio got worse, if anything. We decided  that It could not be cured nnd miml run Its  Courageous    Constables    Who  Been Killed on Duty.  Tho recent tragedy ih Houndsditch  recalls many similar examples of po-  Ike- heroism in the lnce of terrible  odds, all going to show that the men  in bluo have never hesitated to risk  their lives in the course of their duty.  Constable Davey of Acton, so far as  record shows, was the first policeman  to be shot dead by a thief. Davey  suspected a man named Brookes to  be implicated in a certnin robbery,  and Brookes knew that Davey wn_ on  his track. Brookes called at Davey'a  house at night, nnd shot him down.  In the seventies n policeman waa  shot at Whnlley Range, near. Manchester,".'.' nnd two brothers, named  Hnbroit, were accused, and sent to  penal servitude for>life. It was afterwards discovered that they were innocent, nnd thnt tlie real assassin was  the notorious Charles Peace. Peace  shot at nnd wounded P. 0. Robinson  in his last exploit, before his daring  career was brought to a close.  Again, in 1881, P. C. Atkins surprised a gang burgling a house standing in its own grounds at Kingston,  and was shot down,  Up to the time of this affair burglars had rarely used revolvers, but  now   the  practice   became 'common,  and, in the following year. P. C. Cole  was murdered at Dalston.   The murderer'was Orrock, a young man who  ,was a member of the Baptist chapel  ho was breaking into when Cole came  upon the scene, and was considered  quite a model youth.    But two years  j went over before justice was done, and  [ then Orrock was run to earth quite by  accident.  He had left his chisel behind him at  the chapel, and' on the blade was  scratched the word "rock," and when,  somo months after the murder, a man  named Orrock was sentenced to twelve  months' imprisonment for housebreaking, a detective got. into conversation  with one of Orrock's friends ��������� also  "doing time"���������and learned something  . which brought the murder of Cole to  his mind. The chisel was then examined under a microscope, and underneath the word "rock" was found  another, which the microsconist made  out to be "Orrick."  This was enough to hang the murderer, and hanged he was according.v.1  Following the murder of Cole, further regulations were made to enable  the police to meet the new bias's of  .desperadoes on something like equal  terms. Double patrols w-?re arranged  in certain places, constables were allowed to have revolvers when it appeared necessary,  and whistles were  giy-en_,the.m. _____   In the year of the Dalston ^murder"  there was a desperate affray in Hox-  ton.   James Wright, a hardened villain,   shot   three   policemen,   wounding them  severely.    The  case  which  | followed over roofs of houses, whore  j the ruffian kept his pursuers at bay  I with   a  revolver  for  more  than  two  ! hours, forms one nf thn most' exciting  I episodes in police annals.  j     Inspector   Simmons,   of   the - Essex  I Constabulary, the following January,  I wns shot at Romford by one of thT.e  ! men   whom  he  had   been  watching.  ��������� His murderer, James T_ne, was track-  l cd owing to his stupidity in pledging  i his  pistol  nt the  pawnbroker's shop  where he hnd previously pawned it.  One of the .men with Lee was an  ex-convict who had been concerned  in shooting at two policemen in Gloucestershire, and another was a member of the gang who burgled Netlfrby  Hall, Cumberland, nnd whoso' subsequent ..flight, furnishes an intensely  dramatic, story.  The .gang wero pursued from placo  to place .until they wore run to earth,  twenty-four hours afterwards*,"'and  captured, fighting desperately.  BUY COCKSHUTT DRILLS  Have  CANADA'S   DISTINCTIVE,   MODERN   SEEDING   MACHINES.  you'd  look):  Fishy  Mother���������"Johnny, you said  been to Sunday school."  Johnny  (with   a   far-away  "Yes, ma."  Mother���������"How docs it happen,  then, that your hands smell fishy?"  Johnny���������"I carried home the Sunday \-chol paper, an���������an' the outside  page is all about Jonah an' th'  whale."  Dear Old Lady (with a view to a  little moral teaching)���������"Now, do  either of you little boys say naughty  words?"  Elder Brother���������"Well, mum, I ain't  much of a 'and at it myself, but  young Bill here, is a treat. Cuss for  the lady, Bill."  Minard's  Liniment  Cures  Cows  Garget   In  "1 suppose that you are one of those  men that think women are as fickle  as the weather."  "Oh, worse than that. I think they  arc as unreliable as the weather records.  A 8tandard Medicine.���������Parmelee'a Vegetable- Pills, compounded of entirely vegetable subtanoes known to have a revivifying and salutary effect upon the digestive  organs, have through years of use attained  bo eminent a position that they rank as  a standard medicine. The ailing should  remember thia. Simple in their composition, they can be assimilated by the weakest stomach and are certain to have a  healthful and agreeable effect on the sluggish digestive organs.  "Before we were married you  bought me much handsomer presents."  "My general expenses were lighter  then. You lived on your father, and  I lived- on free lunch."  Concrete Stairs Need No Repairs  Easy to Build and  Last Forever  STILL ANOTHER  POSTMASTERS TELL  WHY  HE  PINS    HIS    FAITH  DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS  TO  MO matter how you view it  wooden stairways can never  be considered economical.  Wood deteriorates rapidly  under ordinary usage, and requires frequent, and often extensive, repairs to keep it ,in  good condition.  4 Concrete stairs will be as  good fifty years later as the  day they are first put up. Age,  which proves so destructive to  wood, serves only to intensify  the strength and hardness of  concrete. Needing no repairs*  or painting, concrete first cost  is last cost.   '  Let. us send you our new illustrated book free���������ti. What the Farmer  Can Do With Concrete." Photographs  and diagrams show many examples of  concrete work as applied to the construction of farm utilities. Much of  this work you'll find you can do in  your spare time. Writ* for the book  to-day. It may save you dollars,  though it only costs a cent.  Canada Cement Co.  Limit.*  51-60 National Bank Building  /  ' Montreal  Doctors failed to cure his Bright's  Disease, bat he found relief in the  Great Canadian Kidney Remedy.  Clam Point, Shclburne Co., N. S.  (Special)���������Joshua���������Nickerson,������������������postmaster here, is among the many in  this neighborhood who tell of pains  relieved and disease banished by  Dodd's Kidney Pills. m  "1 am sixty-two years old," says the  postmaster, "And I'll tell you why I  think so highly of Dodd's Kidney  Pills. Owing to a hnd cold my.Kidneys commenced to bother me, and  the trouble developed into Backache,  stiffness of tbe joints, and finally  Bright's Disease.  "I was treated by a doctor, but that  did not help mc much, nnd it was  six boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills that  brought me. relief."  'Everywhere you go in Cryiada people tell you of the great work Dodd's  Kidney Pills' are doing, and everyone,  who tells you can give the reason  why. Thatyreason simply is that  there is no case of*. Kidney Disease  Dodd's Kidney    Pills    cannot    cure.  Theso people have tried them and  proved this true. Backache, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Diabetes, Lumbago,  Heart Disease and Bright's Disease  are some of the more serious troubles*  Daughter���������Yes, mother, he's rich  and 1 think well of him. But I can  never wed him!"  Mother���������Why not, foolish* girl?"  -���������Daughter���������We're- both-darkr- and���������I-  thiuk only oppositcs should marry."  Mother���������Dr-nr child, can't you either  shake off your foolish superstitions  or buy a bottle of pcrox.de���������Cleveland Leader.  Shilohb Gun  ���������alokly atop* ooaghs, mm* oolds, haals  fka throat and  limes. ���������   ���������   ���������  U m*ta.  It  is never  smurt to be smart  the expense of another's feelings.  at  "Man," she sighed, is never interesting."  "No?"  "No. In the summer time he talks-  .notliing_but._b_as_ebal_l;__Jn_.J_he__winter_  nothing put politics."  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for the signature of E. W.  GROVE. Used the World over to  Cure a Cold in One Day.   25c.  Lady Customer���������"Do you keep coffee in the bean?"  Now Clerk���������"Upstairs, madam! this  is the ground floor."  "Whnt is vour favorite wild game?"  "Football."  Mlnard's   Liniment  Cure   Diphtheria,  thnt Dodd's Kidney Pills always cure,  Dur-uimply beciiuse these   are   nil   either  ing their flight thoy shot four police-) Kidney disonses or    nre   caused by  men, wounding three, and killing one  outright.  Then, in July, 1885, there occurred  a terrific fight between a young constable and a ninskod burglar, whom  ho surprised on the roof of a house-  in Kensington. Four shots wore flrod  nt the oflicer, who was subsequently  found insensible. Holland, another  constable, was assailed by threo burglars in St, Marylohono Churchyard,  In-August, 1880, and wns shot in tho  leg by one of them.  , A burglary nt Muswoll Hill, in 1880,  when a gang, armed with revolvers,  severely wounded ono of tho inmates,  led to tho old, heavy regulation bnots  being dicciirdnd, for boots with india  rubber solos lor night duty; and after this affair entno n cessation of  murderous* outragea with the burglar's  revolver until London wns staitlod  hy the extraordinary affrny nt Tottenham, in 1008, which is sulllelontly recent to bo remembered by everyone.  How ������'T. P." Rests.  It would not bo nn easy inntlor to  find n man who works more strenuously than Mr, T. P. O'Connor. Whon,  a short lime ago, ho wont to America  to collect the funds for tho Irish  Party which havo furnished so much  talk and discussion, ho traveled 12,000  in lies in eight wooks, delivering  speeches alnioht every day. Then tho  dootor ordered hlrn complete rent.  "T,P."..rented for two days; then ho  r������nt. rewtlnsK, wrote a long miiRimiine  nrtiole, delivered two speeches, encli  ul nearly one huur'.s ���������J****_tiu<.1 ,uhl  afterwords wrote another short article,  which ho noRted himself between ono  nnd two o clock in tlio morning, Mr.  O'Connor writoK everything witli his  own hands on n typewriter, Hft has  ono machine in ins iiornry and another by tho side ot his bed, and each  typewriter Insts him little more than  twelve months.  diseased Kidneys.  don't,   you      prefer  Harry is cnpnble of  Mnud-'-Why  Hurry to Will?  big deeds,"  Gladys���������"Yos, but Will owns somo.  "What do you mean by cnlling him  'a.doctor of the new school?'"  "Why, he doesn't mnko a practice  of say in er that h������ was summoned just  in time,"  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Your drucprist will refund money if  P\5!0 OTNTMKNT fnils tn cure, any  onse of Itching,- Blind, Bleeding or  Protruding Piles in 0 to 14 days.   50c,  He���������"How often a woman's face is  lior 'fortune."  She���������"Yes, nnd how oEten a man's  cheek is his,"  Diphtheria, Quinsy and Tonsilitis  begin with sore throat. How much  better to cure n sore throat in a day  or two than to be in bed for weeks  with Diphtheria. Just keep Hamlins  Wizard Oil in the house.  They   who   forgive  most forgiven,  most   shall   be  Fre������h Supplies In Demand.���������Whorevor Dr,  Thomas' Eoliiotrto Oil Hub boon introduced  increased Buppllou havi* bonn ordered,  Rhowiiu. thnt whorevor it boob this excellent OU ImproHHOH Its power on the pooplo,  No matter in what latitude It mav bo  found Its potency Ib never -iin pal rod. It  Is put-up In moHt. portable shape In hottlos  nnd can bo carried without fear of break*'  age. " t.  ���������������������������*   .���������      *���������  ,':  "Why was Binks put out, of the foot,  bnll game yesterday?"  "Ho hadn't shaved and wns disqualified for unnecessary roughness,"  Canadian  -__J������ESIERN   FXCURSIONS  SINGLE FARE  Plus $2.00 for the  Round Trip   ���������   ���������  Fro'm all stations In Ontario, Port  Arthur and West, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta to  VANCOUVER  VICTORIA AND  WESTMINSTER  llckota on Bale December 15, 18 and  17, 1010; .Innunry 20, 21, 22 and 23,  and February 14, 16 and 10, 1911;  _orid to return within three montho  from $ate of issue.  Apply to nearest 0, P. Ry. agent  lor full Information,  ; The man with the grudge ia usuolly  able to hold his own.  '**oiir������*������ nnd no wa Jmt tffnt lili nrin* I'limlwi'il  to hln nl'lc to pruvt-at liN trnirlnc bin lli*nb.  we loll Toronto un<! nlinrtly ntter our nrrlvnl  In Iiiiliitli, the Oiitlciirn. Ui*mwll<". vein  ���������rf<*nmmf*ri.li*<l, We Marled uslrw ilicm In  ,M������y, ltio'j, und noon the cnn* w������n r������*tii|*l������ le,  ,You wnulil not think b<> wuh the ���������muir* chilil  Ior (Jtiiloura m������d# hlx xt-ln perfertli rl***ir unci  ie In entirely fr*> n from the Kkln dl������*i������NC. Tlur.1  im b<i������n no return. We mill me only Cuticura Soap for hfthy'i bntti."  CutltiiTK Bonn, Cutlm*** Ointment. OitOurv  tlMolvent and t'utleiirn PHI* nre wild bv rlrntr-  i[UU ���������**������������������*���������'>���������*���������>���������:'.. t'-ntl lo Pott'*.r Drue A  Cli**m. Corp.. IkMtnn, Mftt.8., for tt free ropy ol  their lfttr������t .13'P.YRi-tCiillcu.fc Hook on treat-  yiuit ol nkla ilU-_.->���������:������,  W. N. U��������� N_. S3I.  Dangerous Work.  Cordite, u������od by the Hritii.li soldiers,  ih the outcome <'l a ixtraugi- paradox���������  tbo result of mixing two most power-  fill I'Xplu.'-lvc.s is u .'-mul:-''!'.:-*,:*, :dow-  burning powder of great velocity,  Nilroirlyeerinonnd uuncotton mixed to������  pctlu'ty with a litllii petroleum jolly  nnil-** enrtWfo. In tin* fiietory women  kiieud the two deadly oxplo.ivui. into  paste Willi the cniiltt illietiiieeru aft if  tlu'-y well1 k i lend In;;, don^h for brca-'..  Indeed, lun.hiiir** similar to tho*** umd  in hnk-'ri*'.*1 take up the work and  knui'd lhe Iniff-culort'd cordite piute  ior i><*v*;ii h^ur*. ���������o  w  THE* NEWS,   CUMBEELAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  ">*<   Mi  T  ���������HE housekeeper who makes a*  pleasure as well aa a business i  of catering tor her family wishes  lc-nglng-ly she could glvo them  fresh vegetables all winter. Prom her  own sensations she knows how they  mu_t weary of tho round ot potatoes,  turnips, enrrots, beets, cabbage and  other winter vegetables. It she llveB  In the, city she may once 'in a while  treat herself and them to a higher-  priced dish ot fresh vegetables brought  from the* south or grown under glass,'  but she pays for them not only with  sk money, but with a pain in her economical conscience, ���������  Do you women who undergo this experience ever stop to think of the  variety you, can achieve without this  extra expense? Do you know, how  .unnecessary, it ts to have.the .monotony  you dislike? Do you know the changes  you can make by preparing the stock  vegetables In unusual ways and by the  use of those which come" to us In tins?  "Canned vegetables!" I hear you  say scornfully. "If I can't have the  fresh, I don't want those which are  embalmed." - '���������, \  This Is Just where you make your mistake. Your prejudice may be grounded  upon unfortunate experience tn the past,.-  before the pure-food law and vpubllc  opinion combined moved the manufacturers to more care and wholesomeriejis  In the preparation of canned vegetables.  Or It may have for foundation the  canned food which has been served to '  you without pVoper treatment. If you  open a can of any sort of vegetable Just  before it Is to be eaten, warm it hastily,  and turn it unseasoned and undrained  Into a vegetable dish, you cannot blame  the* can or the * food for unappetizing  qualities. The freshest of fresh peas  or beans would be Insipid if boiled and  Berved with no treatment beyond mere .  cookery. Why not. give to those which  come from a tin a, little reasonable  service before you condemn them?  A  can o_  green   peas,   for Instance.  How do you cook them?  Do you open  "'Canned vegetables!' you say  scornfully."  THE HOUSEMOTHERS'  EXCHANGE  tbe.^an half an hour or more before  they are needed, empty the contents  Into a bowl or dish, and let them get  rid of the close taste before you put  them over the flre? Do you drain oft  the liquor which surrounded the peas  In the can and put fresh water with  them with a pinch of soda and half a  teaspoonful of sugar? Do you pour this  off when they are hot through, dress  them with butter, salt and pepper and  then serve them In a well-heated vegetable dish? If not, try them prepared In  thle fashion and see if you do not change  your opinion of canned peas.  Something Hike, tbis should be done to  nil canned vegetables. Precisely the  same eour.c should be followed with  string or lima beans. Corn should bo  made hot and dressed with milk and  butter, to which, if you cho'ose, you may  add a little thickening. Tomatoes  should be chopped, If lumpy, and rubbed  '.smooth. If thoy are steweM for a few  minutes with a sliced onion, which may  be removed after it has done its work  of flavoring; a little sugar put in to  temper the acidity, suit and pepper used  at discretion and, If needed, a little  thickening, canned stewed tomatoes will  be a very different thing from tho  lumpy, watery dish often served.  Try canned vegetables again, It you  don't believe in them. Get them from  a trustworthy manufacturer, whose  name is a guarantee of honesty, and  give thcih a chance to see how good  they may.be If. properly cooked and seasoned.  Don't   satisfy   yourself   with   having  them always served in the same fash-  ion,  either..   There are  many  pleasing  novelties latent In canned vegetables If  , you only know how to develop them.  Canned peas, for instance. Do you  "ever give your family pea-pancakes, or  fritters,, or croquettes/ or souffle? If  not, have them now and see If there Is  any complaint that the dishes are not  made with fresh peas.-  What Is done with peas may be done  with other canned vegetables. What' is  better .than a corn pudding made' of  canned corn���������unless it may be corn  fritters? Scallop your, tomatoes 'sometimes Instead of stewing them, or cook  them with corn or with' macaroni. Serve'  your asparagus creamed, or in, shells  made of rolls with the crumb scooped  out, crisped a little in the oven and then  filled with the asparagus served ln a  well-seasoned white* sauce. See what  you can do with canned spinach. Until  you have used,It you will riot know how  good It is, When it Is'properly prepared^  it cannot be distinguished in flavor from  "the"fresh greens .-and���������the-same-ls-true-  of canned young beets. T^ey may be  served with butter and vinegar, or with  IMPORTANT NOTICE  ���������_rJSCAU8E of the enormous  f*T number of letters sent to  ,-> ���������*-* the Exchange, I must ask  contributors to limit their communications to 100 words, except  in oases of formulas or recipea  whloh.require.^greater apace. J*  want all mv correspondents to  have a showing tn  the Corner,  - and if mv request tn this respect  is complied with, it will be possible to print many more letter*.  Rhubarb for Rheumatism  W  II.I, you ���������toll tho correspondent who  recommended rhubarb root for  rheumatism that tha proscription  In worth Hi weight ln gold? It hut done  for mo what hunriredn or dollars had failed  to Uo, In fact, I think the continued. use  of It with my raw egg and lemon Juice  dally has entirely cureu mo of thn painful  inuliuly from which I had suffered Ioiik and  much,  Lot mo ndd for tho bonaflt or thoae trou-.  bled with varicose velnn that thii same rliu-  luirl) root will ln> very helpful to them.  Lot thorn eat ..an Inch ot It ovary night,  iind In a month (or loss) thoy will forgot  tho swollen veins onllroly. No outward  application will work the change effected  by thin, which act* directly upon the hlood,  I sponk from exporloneo, having had  varicose, veins In tholr worst form for years,  I believed thnt I could not walk without  two olimtlo stocklngH, I do not wear them  now, nnd tho veins no longer troubio ino  unless whan I overdo, standing or stitching on tho machine, Kor n long, long time  I could not uso the sowing machine at all,  my logs wen. ho .painful,  This treatment roriulres time nnd pntlonca.  fmrtloulnrly when onn has boon accustomed  o drugs, ns I hud beon,  I wish that this mny do others as much  trood as It hus rinmi me.  M, 11, Q, mot-ton, Mass.).  Ono mother whom I know tells me  that hor materia modlca has, with ex-  perlonoo. narrowed down to four simple'  prORcrlptlonH, Tho chief of theae Is a  -mlxturo of rhubarb and sodn, Tho soda  .orroctH dluoi'iloi'H of tliu Hlumuch: tho  rhuhnrb, ns the gen Host of aperients,  romovua clogglnK mul Irritating matter  ���������from tho nyalam nnd acts���������mill gently���������  upon the blood, Our eorreenondont would  noem to have nrrlvpil by iilffonmi pathway* at the snmo ond. Rhubarb In one  of nature'-- host slmplflH.  Ivkividual D\ets   *  Will ynu not Inks pity upon us and  ���������ell us it thero nro recognised authorities ii m on if th onn who Iny down rules  for a proper diet?  Do glvo us n sbnrt-a very short���������blhllog-  wtpltv on, lli������ sulvlopt ot dlotl whnt nre wo  to ent. without.sinning nrnlnst hcinlth laws,  and whnt should wo leave untouched?  . I henrd Imt yesterday of a woman lecturer In one of our Urge eltlas-n woman  would ho hv vory .mnny rognrdod,,! suppose, ns n nrlmo niAliorlfy���������snylng tlmt two'  pounds nf sugar should Inst n. family for n  y*?ll.._Whf_>_.a?V,od..A������_Y,' ?_*_ ___!l!__ .mako  puts  What might be called "the hobby-  jockey" ln the line of. reforms of all  kinds comes under this head. One- man  finds that coffee disagrees with him, and  jumps to the conclusion that it Is rank  poison to every human stomach. Another is made Iil whenever he eats  lobster or crabs. Ergo, shellfish are unfit for the diet of any man or woman.  He would make the sale of them unlawful. Your woman lecturer belongs  to the hobby-jockey guild. All scientific  writers agree that sugar has nutritive .  qualities, and that tho craving for saccharine matter Is a natural and proper  ���������Instinct. That one person ln every 10,000,  cannot assimilate It without discomfort,  or dislikes sweets of all sorts, does  not disprove the universal rule. Ihat  some children and a few old people have*  an abnormal craving for candy and  other saccharine comestibles docs not  discount tho value of a judlclouH use of  tho same ln our food.  Bugar Is nourishing; It eontnlns an  agreonblo combination of acid and alkali  which corrects grows fnts In the dietary.  Hence fruit jellies are. served with  meats, and sugar or candles with nuts  mako them digestible to those with  whom thoy disagree when eaten nlone.  You ask if thoro Is any llxcd authority upon this subject of what to eat ant  wliat to leavo nlone, There are general  ���������rules for the guidance of normal appetites, For -sporadic en-sen and abnormal  cravings thero is no guide except Individual exporlenee. I cannot epoclfy  any one nrtlcle of human food that in  warranted to asreo wllh everybody.  - i  English Plum Pudding  .And otl'll another P-'ton nomo to  judgment upon tho plum pudding ouea-  tlonl  Some lima 'ngo I saw nn nrtloln In the  Rxohnngo respecting English p'um pudding. Hundry 1'eolpcs lor the name hnvo appeared later. Among these, whs a criticism  of the uso of onrrots In tho genuine pudding, dear to tho pnlste and memory of  every English-born render,  Now, au an English Londoner and food*  mnlter of twenty-six years' standing, fifteen  of whloh hnvo linen spout In America,,nnd  lu iiufciiso ur thu goon old nullum* 1 dainty,  I should llko ta sny this Is the tlrst tlmo I  over henrd of pulling potatoes ln It,  . C'nrrftts? Yesl nnd they aio a fine nddl-  tion to It, It It Im iniulo t.i. K. W'e ,u\w  make a enrrot pudding proper, nnd It is  delicious, I will I'i'iiil iniiiiiiln If yawls'- It. 1 llkoivlso Inclose a pudding  recipe, which, whllo it culls fur Vaienuia  raisins, Imported sulianns, Kngllsh mixed  spices nnd .Jamaica, rum, mny he inndo  equally good with our Cnllfornln seeded  fruits, ���������'  This was given to the writer by Mrs,  Otavnnson, cook to A, W, I'onl, speaker of  the houia of parliament,  English Plum Pudding*  Two nnd a Imlf pounds of Vnloneln ml-  sins, seededI* the same .quantity of Imported  sultanas'. ,1 pound, ot eurrinitsi % ������f a  pound of citron, pern i [, pound each oiornngo  mid lemon peel t i pounds of beef kidney  suet, ohopniw,not ground! (l ounces of cream,  of tnrinr hnklnir powder* IS eggs: 1 pints  of mlllti git pound* of granulated sugar-  3 pounds of flour; S pounds of raw ground  carrou/i I ounce of tlno snltt.l ounce of  ground null!  cinnamon and  tho same of  "Do you serve rice in croquettes?"  excellent In  ���������whatever way they are cooked,  But it Is not essential to rely wholly  upon canned vegetables, excellent as  they may he. Even without their help  the bill of faro need not be monotonous  so far nH vegetables are concerned. See  how many different ways there are of  cooking the old standbys ln the way ot  winter vegetables.  How do you serve onions, for example? Rolled plain,or with milk, or perhaps fried? Do you ever have them  baked, or scalloped, or with a custard?  Do you serve rice plain, or In croquettes v,  or with tomato, or a savory gravy, or  as Spanish rice, or molded? Do yon  give your family scalloped cabbage and  bnked plain or: with tomato sauce, or  with cheese, or fricasseed? Do you  have stewed and fried celery or well as  the fresh? Do you ring the changes on  tbe different methods of cooking hominy  nnd macaroni ..Instead of contenting  yourself with ono way all the time?  Finally, do you make plain boiled or  mashed potatoes a regular dish, or do  you experiment' In tho Innumerable  ways of cooking sweet and white potatoes In order to achieve the variety you  crave?  If 1 were to attempt to give you here  all the recipes at my command for making the bill of fare differ from tli������ ordinary menu in the department of vegetables I should, have to fill not only a  page, but a whole section pt the paper���������,  and even then there would probably be  an overflow meeting In some other department! 1 am giving a' few which,  may lead you on to make other excursions Into the unfamiliar field, in the  hope that you may find those presented  of sufficient value to encourage you In  your exploration and discoveries.  Green Pea Fritters  Drain the liquor from ,a can of peas,  warm them a little, mash them with a  couple of tablespoonfuls of melted butter and salt to taste. To a cup and a  half of milk' add 2 eggs ,beaten light  and a halt cupful of flour, first sifting  with this a teaspoonful of baking powder and a pinch of salt. Mix this with  the mashed peas, beating all the time,  and drop by the spoonful Into hot fat.  The fritters will swell up and brown.  They are delicious when properly made.  Green Pea Souffle  Mash the peas with 2 tablespoonfuls'  of butter, as directed In the previous  recipe. Put with them a pint of milk  and 3 beaten eggs, season to taste with  salt and pepper and after beating hard,  bake, covered, in a well-greased pudding  dieh for twenty minutes. Do not have  the oven too hot at first. Uncover,  brown lightly and serve at once.  Corn Pudding  Chop the contents of a can of corn  ln a wooden chopping tray. Put with !t  2 eggs beaten light, 1 tablespoonful each '  ���������of-sugar-and-of-me! ted- butter,- a -little-  salt and 1 cup " of milk. Bake in a  .greased pudding dish half an hbur, uncover and brown.  Creamed Asparagus  Cut the soft part of the asparagus  into Inch lengths, make a sauce by cooking together a tablespoonful each of  flour and butter until they bubble and  pouring a cupful of milk upon them,  stirring all the while. When" this sauce  ie thick and smooth season to taste  with pepper and salt, put the asparagus In It and make all very hot. Serve  on toast.  Scalloped Onions  Cook the onions tender In two waters,  drain them and cut them Into small  pieces. Grease a pudding dish,.put a  thick layer of the onions In the bottom  of this, strew salt and pepper over them  and bits oi butter. Over thenc sprinkle  crumbs and moletcn the layer with  milk, Repeat tho process, and when the  dish Is full mako a top layer of crumbs  plentifully sprinkled with little pieces  of butter, Halto covered half an hour,  uncover and brown. '  Savory. Rice���������No. 1  Holl tho rlco ln plenty of boiling  water until tho jrrulriH aro soft, although Htlll retaining their shape.  Turn into u hot dish nnd pour over  it a blK cupful of woll-xotiRoned  gravy, lifting tho rlco with a fork that  tho sauco may go all through It.   This  "Open the can half an hour before-  needed."  Is especially nice when made with glblet  gravy.  Savory Bice���������Wo. 8 '��������� '  Prepare as In-the foregoing, recipe,  but pour tomato sauce over It instead  of the gravy, stirring a. large tablespoonful of grated cheese. Into the  sauce. S*.ew more grated cheese over  the top and set the dish in the oven  for five minutes before it goes tb the  table.'  Baked Cabbage  Boll cabbage until * it Is tender,  changing the water when the cabbage is half done. Chop it fine and  put with it 2 beaten eggs, 2 tablespoonfuls of melted butter, _ of a  cup of milk, salt and pepper to taste.  Put Into a buttered pudding dish,  _strew_crumbs on the top, dot with ���������  bits Ot butter and bake to a good  brown. If you wish, you may sprinkle  a little   grated   cheese   on  over  the  crumbs.  Fricasseed Cabbage  Cook together, a tablespoonful each*  of butter and flour, pour upon them.  a  cup  of milk,  cook  to    a    smooth  sauce, season with salt and paprika.  stir into this 3 cupfuls of boiled amli  chopped cabbage,    Make  it very  hot  and serve.  .f*     ��������� -*������������������**���������  1' hnve a, nbaiiMty or perlourcnri rind nw���������-  azInCB-KOod-whlch I should bo glad to  lmve fcomenody enjoy.  Mrs. T. ������. K. (Uvalde, Tex.),  We cannot Identify that particular  - shut-in unless you can glvo us the signature attached to the application. In  the hopo that he or she may reooi.nl-a  himself or herself from your description, or thnt some other book-hungry  Invalid may apply for the gift, I liweri  the generouH offer,  yanrl   When nskod how; one could  n  cnk������ upon that nllowaiire', sh������ retorted:  ''Onlte?   Dr.  I   looU  like one  who ents groundi cloves! H ounce of'nutnieKs'v'of riri  W*VaI.������T."_lW not "������ ,,sr' t0 m ^ tn,n OMnco 0. allsp'lcoi D ounces".TsinkUis rum,  "_LB\5������_?kSi ,. ..,..- ������,__������ .���������*..._ .������������������__ .Th.!. ion. Ingredient may Tio omitted If you  flhn went nn to warn meat eittors to be  ���������i*ulm. In tho use of sugar.    .  Ou  tho other   in ml,  a rec.pt _ mwwi������.ln_  drink habit  ���������Imnn  "muscular strnngth, doefdodly  11.    ..* V.'*'     '*'.*. <* .t    ^*^*'*���������,'    rf   "M******  %  arllrjo upon the drink habit, doehros thnt  careful   snientlflo   oxporlmnnts   show .that  nlno!  one.  refti! snlentlflo oxporlmnnts show .that  nnho'le rU-milnnt*. ������" far from giving  a Intwonsed muscular strnngtli, docTdodly  .li.;.,;   ,     11      '.' !'.'.'<     !*!>,<*M    i"|n**i-T>    rf   ���������>".������������������*������������������"���������*  have the, desired  effect,    Other mngnslne      sprightly  tM-nv I (-11 nf rrperrrnemi* rond ft Viv \\\. rter-        Mruftloiv  mnn army proving that rugnr wns of grent  hell* In sustaining the vigor of soldiers In  foreed mniohns,  and  tbnt Jt, would  here*  ��������� fl_. I>������ U������ii<d as nnrt of tholr rattans. .  Bueh discordant theories, upon tlilssub-  joct In tinrtlculor. nnd upon nmnv olhsrs,  in n'nslantlv. confronting the distracted,  fioumvlre. .Vol she feels thnt she has vital  ^r.,.1 ,.f n fun, n'rim nnd unttled nrlnHmen.  ���������Wjiero Is *li������ to tinrt thmn, and liv wtumi  *? ^vVTalthTif ?lK.l.ev.  that  yo���������  will  A mnn of wide experience In tho Helen-  H-lllo world, and who hnd n cool, "lov*!''  hend, iim������il to any thnt <"Kvery radical  jjt morn or lean of a fool. We can't do  without rndlctila," ho waa wont to ex-  jiliila. "Thev *������re the pioneer** who blaze  the way for thouo who know how to  mnlt. use of itl.eovery-and Invention,  A* it clitsN, U.uy ai'** notoi'ljualy iniprau-  lli-ul. and lnrk Die balance wired of  ���������rthfr lUdgntent,"  Mix In thausunl wny Inlo meilliiin.slt!ed  puddings, Tio loosely In cloths nnd boll  from (I to ������ hours, .  Bttve with or without brandy s_ue������.  It. 0, A, (Ilnywards, Cril,),  It  tn n  pltv vnu rlM 'not   nrld  tn ���������worn*  .._:..:_ letter and valuable roolpo' In-  ruftlonti si-' to whnt numb*.* nf "nio-  dlum-Hlttod puddings'* mny h. mnde  ��������� from the bountiful supply of materials  here cataloged. For a prlvato .fumlly,  lliuao would work up into mi appulllim  sum total,  1���������t*t>tt   m,   f~i/iv*i,',i,,< t  .Keeping house in these onys hrlngi untimely ������rny hairs to many nf us. In my  case It does, l am sure, t nm trying,  without Inorense of Income, to ketp  within my allowance nnd feed tny four  growing children upon what they era viand need, I side with thoso who think  It nlmost Impossible to manage upon four  or five dollars per week in providing  for the tnblo. It mny.he dune In farm-  In*, i-uuntricft, vdui'e the pvlcvs of t'Kgs,  butter and vegetables nre not mi high  as with us, We rnlr* nothing but rop-  per nnd pntslnes \'ntnr������llv, wervthfn-r  olin lias to be broitvht froin ���������.dlstsnca  and brings high prices.  I had some fine geraniums In (he gsr-  don, and thought I would try to keep  them nil winter In tho houso, After  being Indoors four woelyi, tbey begun to  lose tholr louves, and I suo thuynru  oovornd  witli   tiny grocn Insocts.   what  TW?Wm    AND    CONRTAST  niaAnion tcaiumnt. Miuif.).     , ,     .  i ciuuiut lift thu high prices, although  1 remark, In pasnlng, that wo wlioso  huljltutlotu* uro nol Hot In mining re*>  ulcus have mi Idea that "copper" Btamls  ior wcillli. ...  1 think 1 '.nay bi> uhlo to holp you with  the _-i*unliimn. It yon huvn n liot-ulr  fiirmico and hui'ii kiih In your n.oiui*,  iho fulling 1'tuvuH uiu u-uuuiiU'tl for, And  tho Inuocta C'lPhldeu" ln aclontlllu pur-  lance) brood fast In honied rooniH, Hct  tho pom In a Inrgo (jIuhui from which  you huvi* romovod ulothlng���������or provl-  ulona. Break two grout hnniifuU of roi-  hho tobacco Into an Iron vuhhoI and net  It on tiro. When you aro netting ii jjo.nl  thiol, "iitntidgo" from tlio Ignltod wood,  HlVut tlio cloj-yt-door and do, not opon.lt  again for twalvo liouiu. Uy thon iho  tolmoon will hnvo burned Into cold nnhca  und evory trnco of Insoot life will bo do.  Htroyed. The plnntH will not bo harmed  by the fumoa. Sweep up thn dead nphl-  ilea and burn tholr retiming, Take  your KornnluniH Into tlm bathroom and  wntor tho earth In Iho potn with a very  weak mlxturo of soft water and hoii_o-  bold iimmoiiln���������nltowlng a tnhleHpnnnful  to Utw Kiillon. This will refresh the noil  and kill thn fggM of tho poHta thnt mny  bo, In tlio onrth, When tlila li������������ been  dono, aproy the follugo abundantly with  pure wntor, from..a witiorlng pot hold  .*>'jiiiu i'iifl a'.,*/*.*.-  l.,i-  |/,,.i<l...  TtoHtoro Ihem to tholr aunny window,  tjuiuiiluam r**'i*'ii������* in<ir_ nun I'l.m a in****  Joilly of hoiiHo plnnlH.  Coffee Cake  One egg, H otin "f sugnr and tlm same  r>' *.,<*'iet mlIV 1 t*ii,lf*������,r,iuw>fiil <*f molten  butler, i-t' tjtHS|in(inlul ol suit, a t<*)twj,0',n-  tuls of baking powder,  ti cupful of (lour.  Hpread MghtTv and evenly oW tha top  ot tho oako, beforo baking, this mlniumi  A tensiioonful of melted buttor, B, tnhle-  spoonfuls or sugar,and I teaspoonful nt  I'lminmon.   Mix  well  together,  Thn oven phouM not lio quite ns hot ns  fnr biscuits.  Oatmenl Cookyg  ''Mm S <if ������ cup f.f butttr ������illh t ������.u(.fMit  i.f Kugiir, uilil ,1 w������l|.|i(*ut(tn eugs, >,i i������u<.  spoonrul of suit, 1 imspoonful of elnna-  tn^m <( of ii leisiimuifiil nt hnldnp po������*#l**r  sifted wllh 2 cupfuls of flour,  To the iiIiijvh .1,1,1 t' ciiiifuls of iinrmike,)  ealmenl and 1 cupful of ���������.������������������dm) raisins, or  half   raisins,   holt   nuts,   chopped   rather  coarsely,  Iiako In a modcrntp oven,       ���������..���������.,���������.��������� ,  A won" of Dxplniiiitlon may be n'ewf^y  In connoctlon  with  the  eecond  of  theso  ^Tlie'lmttcr, or dough, will be very stiff  when nil the Ingredients are In, and ennniu  ho rolled  llko thnt for other coohys.   Up  up u Ullle I" ���������' ������i".������> "Vi*-.'l'"_i,__,���������'  ncmred hands, pat ond mold Into shapes.  Theso mny hu n������ urge or as smiill iin vo  like, Ln"' hi u well-luttered jmn, n������'l ������'  oluso together. If they runlogtiher In tha  pun wli'n hnked thyy may Im cut lulu a y  slite nml shape, and If somewhat Irregular  In form they nine as good an If ihey  were more shiipi-ly.   M, II" tNolnon, tin.).  To Pickle Olives  Will J'ou please publish a recliai for pick-  ""OAUKOIINMA JlOUHKMOTIlKIt (Uis  . Angalw. cat,).  I urn go fortunate aa lo b������ nble to ro.  nont hero n roolpo for which wu had to  thnnk a Cnlllornla woman a yenr u������o.  Hho vouohOH fur the correcinoHH uf tlm  formula. ,        ���������     ,.  A can of lyo to ten gallons of olive**;  dlHiolvo lyo and mix vory well win  the water (onnitgh to oover tho fruit)  bofore ltiiltlnic In tho olives. oiIiciwIho,  tho alkali mny lillater them, l.oavo tn  the lye four days. Then cut Into un  olive to boo If the pit la colored, If ao,  the lyo hnn penetnitml to tho core, I.ay  In front) cold wnter to extract the lyo,  Leave m Hun for ton rtnyn, cnnnnlnu the  Wilier threo tlmea n day.  German Cakes  In further reuponacsto querlatH wo Klvo  iii/HH-   U* *���������'���������'**.''   J'ft'Ji-t**-* .*  Loeb-Kuchen  1 nuart of N, 0. molasses or honey! U  immii.iJ t'f duon, (i<l wry nov. ������v ������������������.mod of  ahnondsi the rind of two lemoiim a latilw  siMiUuls of butter; a <jf powihiiod clnna;  mim and 1 of powdnred cloven', 6 cetus  ���������worth of cardamom nc-nl; I *ycn te-ui'oi'n**  l>'ul    u1.      i^h,,.*     w^+t.    <t,t..i.i. ���������'���������'.     *--_**.  ",   -.  milk; enough fl'tir to roll out. Cut Into  strli* three Inches long and t*v������ w|''������*  MUiw identv of space In th* pan when  Hklni:, When cold, lc thmn, t avorlng  wllh vanilla. HOI'HJlWlfHI.V ������Chlca������io),  (To l>������ continued.������  Requested Recipe  s ow y ono Iwur. Ilent a pine drhi jlnys In  n saticopaii and fiv In II n' ailc1.'!!" ������ ���������  Put this Into the soup, n Utile at ������ "'W*  htlr stcadllv with a wooden spoon. A 1 ���������  ���������"eollve hu'te.* aid a small clove of garlic  mnko thia a* near as mny be like, that  served In wain. M   & K (CMcWi ,���������,,.  A novel rcclpo for which wo nro grate  fnl debtors. It bcora nuthontlclty upon  the fnco. That clove of garlic Ib a  Hpnnlah toucii. Our mate would hardly  approve the iitiHklmmed fat that niuat  rlao to tho Hurfui-o.  "Snowballs"  I sow a rnijuesl in the Hxchnnge for  "snowluillH" mid for llmiM bhilng,   1 offer  two recipes, bdlh of Whlrh I know In h������  giind, Also, one for hoiiieiiiinli* linking  pnwilor. which I lmve used mr yenis and  know tn he always ttuslwoithy, I should  like to put In a pi'ililmi Tor aotir-ernim  salnd ilresHlng, ,       ,,   ,      ,.    .   .,  I hnpn thes������ mny help ii Utile, In ohedl-  encfl tn your Inluneiloii, I hnvo .marie ihem  ns brief ns possible.  Snowbnllo  Onnxpmrter of a cup of tnitteri % of a   . J*      _...._..._.. II   ._._!_.,_ /if tlAllHI .J. _*Ilill Ilf  eup of sugnr;  i (Mips of flour;  -A oup of  illk;  tho whites of 2 eggs; 2 Invol tea-  i..l'  Herewith plsas* find recipe for Hpaniih  roup siked for liy "O. H. /." 1H.111 I'rnti**  clsi.-o,  Clil.i.  8pAriIih Soup  P.i.llr a r.inn.l at *n-)il������'* l.t-nn- /vrnli'Iit.  Ne.t morn.'iii'. W*tl t.-nd-r. Add ���������"��������� lurire  ������hll������ cabbage out ut* small! a l*:i ���������" l>*'i',''\'t  a wtolu red P<t>i*r and  ������<���������'���������������> ������.'"���������    lU)><  stioonfnla  nf  Imklng  powder,  Cream butter nml sugar! add nil k, flour  nnd linking t>"������'deri finally. th������ whiles of t  eggs hiriten ���������tiff. Ht������imii In buttered cups  f r threo.i|Unrters of an hour, Hervu wllh  strawberries or nny crushed fruit.  Liquid UhiliiB  Two ounces of solublo Vilulni", 1 quart of  wnter. _. . ,       _,      ,       ii  Baking Powder  Unit a. pound of cream,of tartar! if, eup  i*   ���������   .11 ��������� (       i ���������       . *,        r  ,-, i .imI <i**>f *..        t'|fi  several times!''Keep In a Jar wllh n close  li Vif   Wild    111   II    iin*   ..t-icl*  Mrs. J, It, N, (lltiffnlo, N. Y.),  You aot an example of bmvlly and cx-  pllcltneaa worthy of Imitation, I could  print ton tlnu*������ aa ninny iwlpva ua I  now hnvo room for If tiicti*wvn* noverely  milled and "boiled down" by tho wrltora  before innlllnK It,  I inivo iml uim (���������tiU'.Mii m ;,v,i������r *,������ ������.  to submit. Hlneo you weikh Mm creiun  of tartar. It would Im well to d������ the llko  with tho sodn, f'upa vary In alsii', A  aitfo rule In prepaiTng linking powder*  Im half n������ much of the nlkiill its you  havo of the acid. Tha old wipes ������ai*(l  .bofore bnklnK powders were thouxht of  read: ''One tcaapounful of aodn i������ two  of crenm of tartar,"  Reading Matter for Shut-Ins  l wiint tlii, Hititr.'ki* >���������( tin* shut-tu who >1> -  sirs    Ulenuilii- - reinllng    ioaliei--!li).|    v Itit '  (an afford  to pay  tr.iiiportatlnn charges.  When Preserving Eggs  TCImllv let mo know what proportion of  water glaas Is usad In ono gallon of water In order to preserve ORga for winter  urn. Mio. J. R. H- (lli-ioaford, a. I).).  Allow 14 partfl of water to 1 of "watoi--  KlaBB" (Blllcalo of aodn). Mix thoroughly; pour Into a mono crock In  winch yon have packed tho ckk������, small  nntlH upward, 'rhc liquid must cover  iho'CKgH nn Inch deep, Fit on a cIobo  cover and keep In a cool placo,  // Home f Fan led  1 am reiiufHtod to liiaort tho following.  Without Kolnj. Into piirtleularH, I commend tho lonely woman to whom tho  proKpcct or compnnloiiHiilp is uuurlnst  to niiiiu to me tor too auuvoaa ot tuo  ut'ury. ull).        .     . _  A 'minister's - dniMht������r wants rest from  oillit) ivuik. Hho wujhi llMi lo receive an  oiki ft out somu I'ofp.ciuhlt'. loiKly woman  oi im, Umnl in iiiiinii fur a companion's  norvlu'*' and soclmy,      , ,,     ...  |���������  jvi. (.'. (Uumoiiolls, Ala,),  1'. H.--Kindly lut me have address of Mrs,  ,1.   Il    W.  ti' iliHSlUff,  All^���������).  The iiildrttHg for which you n������k ia not  at our ii'M'vloi*. Jf ".Mra. J, H. W," in  wlllliit,' that wo Hhould tmaii It ovor to  you alio will plunKo notify ua of hor  ni.'i'til.Mctmct- In Ihu pruiiunal,  IP hen Traveling at Night ,  1 unmet to take a Journey and to spend  one night In a steeper, In disrobing what  Kiiiineiits lire renmvid? Is n nightgown  wun win n klniono over UV  Mrs, II. U. M, (lloiikford, 111.).  Tlio littNi Kiirmont to wear Is a double  dreaHltiK Kowii that will bo lwtli looso  uud wtiriii. lUuiiuvo. In tho (licf-uliiK  mom, your tlKlitor unilewirmontn: put  then Into the "me do nult'' you hnvn  taken from your aoot In tho car Into  the rotlrlriK room, Put on thn. mint  w'lupix'i', belted to tho llfyuro, and ������Ilp  b.'uli in your borth. Once Iwhlnd tho  curtnln, you dlapoan of your,1taff nt the  tun of 'he berth untl'ifo comfortably to  bfid. ll  Culture  T1II1W thero la a cllmblnit hpaIo of  culture,  from  tho llrat aurucnblo  Himanllon which a  Himrldliii; jtcm  nr n  acnrlot Mtnln nfforda tho eye, uii  landacfipe, foaturca of tho huniiiu fnco  und form, t������l|jn������ and tukena uf thouRht  nnd chnrnotcr In mnnnorii, up to tho  Incfffibln myaterlou of the Intellect.  Wherever wo bi'gln. thlltir-r our slop*  tend: an aacoiit from the joy of a horr������  In hla trapplnits, uf to tlio petrei-tlrm  of Newttm, that the globe on whlcn tuo  rldfe In only a l.irxi-r .\m*lt* fullliii- frui.i  n laruer tree; up to tn������ perception of  I'latti, thnt iclobfi nnd unlverxe arc rtid*  Mini i.niy nspttixvii'iiiK nf it it itli-ilUoilh ���������  int. unity-Hie llrnt wtalr on tho hculo  to the letnple of the*  nilnd.-l'moraon. ^���������^���������^������������������rX^i-^-ia^j^   -*--_*nibi i .������������������iira__*_r.������i._,^.������WM*s***__Bs������-|sas-____-W^ . .  ii.air*o>������f>riii<i n iTiny���������liip  &k&������/������vip. rncstz  ,aW*v:<A*v,w?aHBft;  ���������   **l faf *^~*%'^*m*t������,s-riat*ra~amAm*i*mmt    ^1  -*.���������.*������������������' ;*wzsfeviswiifm&*yiA .1* ������_.iii*_sss������$������������i_  *****   ^-geag������wir*rr.-f__jg wr-������s3VBM_B^__5B__wT_aj.  ai   ������___<A������w*������x_M___a-& ,������Hra___i**x__MT3������a__ 0^  _  *   v  !  FURNITURE STORE  ���������������������**���������*.��������������� ������"���������   *W**���������*Mit.  * I  t ���������*������������������������"_���������-���������������___������_  It's Out* Business  to Sell JWmTTSESSESB  We cjrry ;i full line of the famous   " RESTMORE "  mattress made of pure cotton felt,  PRICE:-   ���������    ���������    $10.00 $12,50 and $1SOO|  at the FURNITURE STORE  A Full Stock of all kinds of Furniture I  Aid Maxwell suggested' tlmt  the Fewer Loan By law be again  taken up and placed before the  people. Aid Willard also spoke  in favor of the uieasme. The  matter was referred to Board of  Works for report.  The matter.of cement sidewalks  for Dunsmuir Ave. was on motion  ot Aid Willard,'seconded'by Aid  Painham, left in the hands of a  committee consisting of Aids.  Stewart, Parnham and Banks, to  ascertain the cost per yard and  report.  Council adjourned.  t     FOUND���������On Jan.  8th; a'tlitrk  'ftsxai������������������^^  I /i> * ' * *  ml steer, about 0110 year old.  N<>  nmiks.    Apply to R. IT. Hurford,  S*indwu*k ���������    If samo is m>t claim-  i*d, it will be sold to cover expen  ses.  FOR SALE���������A 6-roomedhouse  on Maryport Avenue, between  Second and Third streets. Apply  this office.  TAILOR  ���������r w wwrt*nw.,.MW  'mtmamtsuf,  A. MoKINNON  Mcl'hee Block, Cumberland, B. 0.  :������������������-: r-r*  Firemen's Masquerade.  The Firemen's masquerade ball  held in the Cumberland   Uall pn  Friday evening, March 17th, was  a grand success, the inasqucraders  aud spectators turning out iu large  numbers,   There were about 60  couples   on   the iloor,  many of  them in costumes new to this city  which   somewhat   relieved   the  sameness   which  has existed at  our masquerade balks for the past.  few years. Some of ihe characters  were   quaint   and   funny,   and  caused ho end   of  amusement,  especially the mule, which   was  well gotten up. We think that old  wheelbarrows   ai.d   beer   kegs  would be as well off the dancing  portion of the hall, as there ie no  room for them and they do  not  add to the beauty or attractiveness ot* the scene.    If we want to  see them very badly we can visit  some back yard and satisfy   our  curiosity,        lhe me brigade is  to be congratulated on the splendid success of its   annual ball  _____* ___e ___>!__���������___* I1-1*' Proven   *he  success  financially that it   was  artistically.  The following is.the list of  prize winners,  Best dressed lady- Miss Gray.  11       -t     gent���������Neil Boyd.  Best national lady and gent���������  Miss M Miller aud Joe Potter.  Best sustained character,  lady  Valley Notes*  FOR SALE���������A new house,  containing six rooms, large six-  foot basement, situated on two  lots, house on corner lot. Apply  this office.  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  V  i*  m  so  v 1  Oity Council  The city council met in regular  session ou Monday evening there  being present Aids. Parnham,  Stewart, Maxwell, Willard and  the mayor.  The minutes of regular and  special meetings were read and  adopted.  Communication was received  from hotelkeepers asking permission to enter their bars for au  hour and a half on Sunday morn  ings for the purpose of cleaning  same. The request on motion  was laid over uutil next meeting.  Communication was received  from Provincial Secretary Young  stating that the S9000 appropria  tion for sewerage purposes was  still available for this year under  the conditions as already  stated.  Dr. Fagan wrote acknowledging, receipt of $30 towards the  Sanatorium funds.  Accounts:���������  S. Leiser.1 $ 3 .00  C. H; Tarbell .....    2 90  Cumberland News..    7 50  "F.'B; Cloutier rnr.  Ri Uorual   Dog tags   T. E Bate   N. McLeod ,  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made  \o Oder  from $20 to ������35    All Work First Class  17 '"45"  5 00  <3 25  3'5������  18 00  3 50  Scales inspector ...  Two young men who have left.  town and had paid their poll tax-  claimed a refund as they weie  under age.    The matter was laid  and gent, Miss Miller and   Tom 1 over until they gave proof   that  they are uot at a taxable age.  Mr McFarlaue was directed to  be notified that the city would  not do away with the scavenger  tax in his case, as requested by  him at a former meeting of Uie  council.  Aid Maxwell moved, seconded  by*Ald Stewart, that a couimiini  cation be sent to the provincial  Vera Jones   and i secretary requesting that appoint  1 ment of police and license com-  Cessford.  Bestadvertising character, lady  and gent���������Miss Hayman, Messrs  W Hudson and McRae.  Best comic lady���������K.   Monaco,  ti       ������ gent���������Maud & Si.  Hobo -E Curney,  Topsy���������-Master Tom Rickson.  Fire department��������� Mrs R McNeil.  Prize waltz  W Shearer.  The "Princess Mary" made her  debut at Comox last Wednesday  morning. Owing to the early  hour of her arrival very few people turned out to welcome her.  Captain Brown wears a pleasant  smile in keeping with his new  boat. One thing is certain that  if the bout is to remain on this  schednle the wharf must be extended to deeper water to permit  the "Mary" dockiiig at all stages  of the tide.  The morals of the people   of  the valley have received a severe  shock since  the coming of the  telephone.    The people were led  to believe that the phone would  prove a great benefit to the community.    Aud no doubt their expectations would have been realised had the B.C. Telephone. Co  taken the time and  trouble   to  instal a proper system.   .It is evident the majority, if not all, the  instruments have   service   eke-  where, but this is only a : minor  point.    There is no  such thing  as secresy in the entire system,  for the majority of the wires seem  to be in touch with one another,  nud when two parties are talking  to-each other-it-is-not-an-uncom--  mon experience to hear four * or  more other parties carrying'on a  conversation,      Evidently,   the  tnuble lies iu the cables,   which  an expert, could   rectify. ���������   The  subscribers pay enough to Have a  proper service,'and it is up to the  B.C. Telephone Co. to give them  what they pay for, or else retire  from the valley and make   way'  for an up-to-date system.      The  local manager does his best, still  there is great dissatisfaction. IMie  one   redeeming   feature   of the  -whole concern is the obliging'and  courteous    and      longsuffcfing  Hello! girls.  FOR SALE���������One incubator  and two brooders. Capacity 300.  Price $50 for the lot. Apply this  office.  Grand pictures bIkiwii   to   full  lionets at City Hall this'week.  Fred Jepsou the genial representative of the Singer Sewing  Machine Company is in town.  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  k  manufacturer? of  MINERAL    WATERS  K. AID A  Merchant  TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOK-MADE COSTUMES A'SPECIALTY  SUITS CQRfcE TO   0**DEJR AftD  IN ANY STYliB YOU WISH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  VVSA^VSiVVNA**VVVV/^Vi*A<VM   WAft^^****A***WW*  Capital $6,200,000.  Reserve $7,200,000  Bonora Blook  ��������� Prize two-step���������Miss Nicholson and J Ellis.  Tiombola prize���������Lew Coe.  Tlie newest*  wi'tir for Indies,  Tho Hiu StiM'o.  of   dainty   white  jiiht  opened   tit,  The Ladies Aid of Grace  Methodist church will hold their  nun uni sale of work on Tuesday  afternoon, March ~l**t, nml u grand  concert on WudnoHlity evening.  Thn Indies havo inmli< oxteimivit  jiri'jiuriitioii.*! for thus tlm.ir annual  ovi'iit. which promise*."* to ottllpfl*.  any previous of. >rt. Keiuumbui  tim*. iitn.1 phii'v, ���������Cumlwrlnntl Hall,  Tuo.-uIhy iifti'iiit'ou nml WuduoB.  day ovmiiiii;, MuitJi '2let und !)2nd.   H������-"*'*-;--"  A Tonmio wcwery  is trying  tO CIl'.O* tC I'/l.l. rtw.-(l.lH.il������. c .liuuiiy  i',s c'lii'Iuji<-.���������.���������''��������� Kvt'y iiiuu La-**  bctn lt'l'ttM.d permission tu drink  bi.er uu i|icp'e!i������i**t*ft. K.videutly  the brewers, like many doctors.  ]*;;ve i.'*; ,'l?,.'(",t !  it'" it:   h'-jr (MV-'l  iiitiliciin * -Tumcs  Don11 Itt us ;;el hysterical  ;;:.".>ui 'ht- rrcipvo- ny \i ojoci and  V.ony iitid lo.,*: xlecp ami ,.cil ill  our (ii'caili.i .il-i.iU   "In-   old   Hog.  hai'  .s'ond  ihuii   this  < rch iiU'e of t'onitllfii-isil co,,,UM*  .11 out  'Yhi-   d;(1 i .ifU-A Ml";'  uiu uy u  wv;v -tfTi.il'  fi it-miiv < rch ii*i-_;c <>.'  missioners be made as recommended by council, or give reasons why such 1ms not been done.  It was decided to use room in  rear of Magistrate's office in  future as a sample room,  Mr. Curtis was granted perm is  sion as requested to cutaway part  of the stage to enlarge seating  capacity of-City Hall, also the  city will supply four dozen new  chairs.  Constable Gray asked for a pair  of handcuffs. He was empowered  to purchase same,  Fourth street, Allen and Der-  weut avenues will be opened up  and tenders called for same.  The city clerk withdrew his  resignation as requested and was  reappointed by vote of council ut  a salary oi $35 per month,  Permission was asked by football team for use of fire hall next.  Saturday evening to hold a  smoker.    Permission granted.  Di>h.tiij������������i**c'iOu v������as icpoiit-u  among the firemen, and Aid Max  well thought that many of them  were anxious lor the city to take  the department over. Fire ward  eus with Al.l Maxwell will look  into Ilu*. ni'iUci ninl lepoi't to t.ic*  P.O. Box 432  Phone   2-9  CUMBERLAND  SUMMER SCHEDULE.  The SS, Princess Mary will  sail as.under:���������  Leave Victoria Tuesday, 7.00  a.m., for Nanaimo, Union and  Comox.  Leave Coniox Wednesday 8.00  a.m., for Uuion, Nanaimo and  Vancouver.  Leave "Vancouver Thursday,  9.00 a.m., for Nanaimo, Union  and Comox.  Leave Comox Friday, 8.00a.m.  for Uniou, Nanaimo and Vancouver.  Leave Vancouver Saturday,  9,00 a.m., for Nanaimo, Uuion  and Comox,  Leave Comox Sunday, 12.15  a.m., for Union, Nanaimo, Vancouver and Victoria.  revenues. It hn'. vv.*vt.*d lor u  thousand years the battle and -lie  breer.e. Tlii* i* only a bieczc  to-day.-���������Vaucouver hutu^y \lnn  ���������Hathcrlcigh,' the handome  lesidencc of Thomas Hooper, the  well known architect, on the  southwest coruer of Belleville  and Menzies streets, just opposite  the O.P.R. coast service offices; is  ucpoi'ted to.have-beeu sold to j,  H. Hawthornthwaite, M.J'.P. for  the sum of $30,000, says the Victoria Times. With the rapid expansion of the bst'ihiess acetic a of  the city, the property which for  mnuy years has been known as  one of the prettiest residential  sites iu the city, has ceased to be  come desirable for tho latter purpose, and has assumed a value as  a location for an apartment house  bpeciitl meeting'With oily soli-!or au h*'tcj, aud it i*-believed the  citov Har.'ison in attendance will synnieatc which the purchaser  be held on Mowl.iy evening ncyi 'rfrpresents intends to erect so.ne  <o go iuto the by-laws. I such structure. ������  HAVE  YOUR  PHOTO   -TAKEN! ���������  ,   ��������� AT���������  Powell's IStudio.  Work guaranteed.  Prices reasonable.  The Royal Bank of Canada;  ! DRAFTS   ISSUED IN  ANY CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  J OVER THE WORLD.  I SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  I   at higheBt Current Rates allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards.  I CUMBERLAND, B. 0., Branch, Open Daily.  COURTENAY,   B. 0 , JBub-Br&nch, , Open Tuesdays and  FRIDAYS.  UNION WHARF, B. 0.,  Suta-Brach, Open huradays .  H. F. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  ^IIIIHIIIUUMUHWIHIim  ���������te���������O0-8������9������eC*fl0������<3������������������6  B* Cloutier,  General Blacksmith  Horseshoeing: a Spooinlty.  Third Ave., Ctinifoerlnml  m*mmmmam^mmm<ammmm������am^amitm--a>a:  The TAILOR.  CLEANING, PRESSING  and,REPAIRING.  Ladle**' Work  a Specialty*  Now the time will soon be com-  When with your residence you  get sick,  For after the fires the house with  dirt gets thick,  So don't you think wc had better  be quick,  And call on the painter and Have  our house fixed.  a Parkinson,  Paintev, Papcimuiyci, Sign Water, Etc.   CuinlK'rlnnd, ILC.  TormB Meliorate    Businoss Puntual.  Wbeti in netid ol' wall pnpop,  loce curtiilno, linuluniiw. nif^,  tiijicxtri^H ami curtiiin mimliim, to  help iu tlie opring Iioiih cleaning,  a call at The Ih'tf Store will onelly  khIvo tho probUttn, The liti'(.t'.st  and iiioHt tip-to dateetocK in Cum  bt.rlaud,  P. Phillipps Harrison   BARRISTER AND^SOLICITOR ���������  NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  =V.  BOftO$fl:  iinw-W-ni  Ol holes ale Dealer in WINES, LxIQUOR & BE EH  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 28;...  CUMBERLAND  The longer you live the more you learn.  I think you were all satisfied with your bargains last  month aud learned where to save money on your feed.  I am sorrv there was not enough to go around, but  there is MORE ON THE WAY that I will sell at  prices that will soqii learn you that the more you feed  the quicker your bank account will grow,  Winter will soon be over, and I'll tell you how to  make another saving. Take a pencil and figure up  the quantity of seed you will'.require for your spring  work and send the result to me. Do this now while  you think of it and I will make you a saying of from  ]( to 1 cent a pound ou any kind of. field seed you require.    Don't forget the address���������  A. B. CRAWFORD,   ���������  - Courtenay, B.C  J.BAIEK IN If-.OUIt AND i'KBI)  e  W  I0B3E  FOKf SALill  6-H.P. ROVEK, complete with  top, side and tail lamps. This  car is in perfect order, both in  regard to tires and running gear,'  and is fitted with Stepney spare  wheel and tire. Two separate  ignitions, Bosh Magneto and accumulator and low gear, making  it an excellent hill climber, cost  new $1100 00.     Price $500.  v  OFFICE  GARAGE.  THOS. PLIMLEY,  ;e ANDSTORE1205 LANCLEY ST-.-i/.^-.^,-,. .      tt mm  OC. 727 JOHNSON ST., V It, I UNI A,   rJ.U    ja*t  _^=r_aoE^r=r___=s_^'

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