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Array :v\ -  "\ ���������'~~  -'siVl--,-' *'  **/  "in  1911  ^ia������*^ *  A Journal Devoted Especially,; to the Interests of Comox L>l������ttrlet*.  '"S  The News, Nineteenth Year.  CUMBERLAND  B;\C   TUESDAY, JULY 18, :gn  Subscription $i.ou a Year  w***  The Store  of Quality  THE BIG STOR.E  A   SNAP  IN  CHILDREN'S  WEAR. We have just opened out a consignment of Children's Dresses, Gown's, Slips, etc., that have  been delayed in transit since last May. We must and  will dear these at prices that mean a bargain to every  Purchaser.��������� ���������       ���������    ~  Children's colored dresses in duck and muslin,  Sizes 4 to X4,    Price $1.50 lo $5  Children's white muslin dresses fine trimmed  Age i .year to 14 years.    Price   $1.50 to 4.50  White   U.nderSKirtS/M'sses'and Children's   fine  lawn and welt made,    1 to 14.    60c. to $1.25  GOWnS   Misses.and Children s,  fine  material and1  full sizes.    Sizes from 5 to I4 yrs .  7SC. TO $1.25  Children's Slips an sizes, from 90c. to 51.25  You, cannot make them  for  these prices  aud   we   want to. clear them this season.  Our-grocery-department-is- always stocked -  with   the   choicest.of fresh groceries,���������  Give us a thai order.  *������Jv\*r***>*a4r4a***r*it*t^^  ;MSiiriQn>LeisCT-<&fGoMLtd[;  Dunarhuir Ave. >  Cumberland.  <*M&k*m  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  *amto***+wt>^+*Hw*m**\  LOCalS. Mrs. W., AV. WiUan! and  Mrs.  P< Acton arrived home from Vie  toriaby Siitiirdiiy's bout,  Mr. James Reid arrived home  by SundayVhoat from a trip to  Penticton, B. C.  LOST���������A 10-foot skiff, paint-  grey, Light chain on bi������w and  two 0-foot onrs iu boat. Howard  of 85 will bo paid for rotnni to  Robert Grant Si-., Cumberland,  B.C.  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES  Furniture and Household  ������������#.* &663������������6g*$������������������g������������ft&������''*&&  ft  THE CORNER STOR  t  Look out  woi&  mmUJKi OX)   ������'  GREAT  Wallpaper i  Paints  Varnish  OUs' Etc.  TRY THE,  The Magnet Cash Store,  TT E7"Bate/ CuiiaBerlanSr-  Victoria, July 13.���������Tho minie  ter of public works announces n  standard widtli of all public highways iu unorganized districts and  all main trunk < roads in organized districts, of OU foot, 811  foot on wither side of a main  straight centre Hue'along a travelled roid,  t.. I . - v ,   ���������r  il win.    1 "^"'M '"-���������  ������ .1!.,     .."...���������     . 1  ������Wvt������>t,  i.i . . ��������� vs.  in Nanaimo on Saturday last, and  came up as far as Crump's on  Sunday, accompanied by Dr.  Brown, of Nanaimo,  BTr, J. W. Baird, of Vancouver,  fj������ supplying at tho Royal Hank,  in the absence of Mr. MoAlister  on vacation, nnd will remain nn.  til after Manager Montgomery  lioa bad bin vacation.  Mr. Join) Denton ami his.dmigh.  ter Mrs. Marsdon, ox petit to leavo  for   Ladysniith    on   Weclnesdny,  where they will in  future reside.  V U. _.  Victoria, July 14���������Thn body  rocontly found on tho shores of  Reid Island, bus boon positively  identified as that of Thomas.. A.,  Prestwood, for come time past  mining from thntMbeality and for  Mtoin' several search parties had  boaten tho bush in vain, An inquest bold by Coroner James Ah-  rams of On in berland,'' failed to  throw ������nv liidit nnnu tlio wnen ,,f  do.nt.l-i, nltlmnoh .mcdjenl twdlmwiy  excluded tho possibility of foul  play.  t������oorgo Brown and William  II iitton woro charged before  Magistrate Abrams ou Monday,  **  with fighting on the public street.  Thoy were fined $?. and costs eaeh,  A Chinese gum tiling case which  was alho up. was adjourned.  Well-known Resident  i       _  Passes Away Suddenly  Mrs. W. Wesley Willard Succumbs  lo lhe Extreme Heat Monday  Afternoon.  It is with much regret that we  have lo announce the death of  Mrs. Willard, wifo of Mr. W. W.  Willard, of this city, which s(j.cl  event took place suddenly on Monday-, evening'of sunstroke. The  deceased lady Iind been a resident  hero for a number of years, having  ciime from Victoria some seventeen .-years ago, and over since ta-  king up; her residence here, hns  identified herself- with every good  work and worthy institution,  and was tin active member of the  Methodist cliuijcli. A husband  .andfour sous tiro left to mourn  the loss, of a loving wifo and  ���������mother. ."���������> Jt was but Saturday  evuiiingjthat hIio arrived home  from im extended visit to relatives in. Victoria and was much  benefited in hoiilth by the trip.  Tho funeral will tnko place uv.  Thursday, afternoon at il o'clock  from the family residence Penrith  vAveiiiio to tho Methodist church,  thenee fo Cumberland cemetery  !n\- Utlpvtutmf!f lfm> ]*._ Pi Fcn'm".!1,  uUk-i'iting, The Oi'uu^viuUi mu]  Young Britons will bo in attend,  ance.  'Inspector, Crosby, of the Royal  Bank,-Mrs.. Crosby, Mr. and Aire.  Yarwood,, of Vancouver, Mr. and  Mrs. P. P; Harrison and children  and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wior,  spent tbo week-end at Crump's  hotel, Littlo Qiialicum. This hotel is fast becoming a popular  suminer resort, nnd it woll derser-  veb its increasing popularity, for  there you will find excellent meal?,  goood clean comfortable ioohib  nud a grand view of sea and mountains, and lust but not least, good  trout fishing in Little Qualiciim  river hi season. If you wish to  spend a few enjoyable days, go to  Crump's,  Mr. and Mrs. GMlanders left  for their homo in Vancouver on  Friday, and Miss QueenieAbrams  on Sunday.  Mrs John Robertson underwent  a serious operation at our local  hospital Inst week, Sho is doing  ns woll as can be expected.  What about the ������������������dye works" at  Departure Buy, nnd the '���������unboni'-  nblo tree**" ii^thnt portion of tho  counlrv'f'  FOE   PAY-DAY,  AND  WEEK   FOLLOWING  J. N. McLEOD  f  Dunsmvir Ar>c.  Cumberltnd  JA>  *������;' i"  ,TH������_CAJ^ADIAJM^BAK.lL_:  ��������� ' OF .'CQM-M-ERGE    '  SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.6!l., President  'V   AUX AN PER?: LAIRD, General Manager ,   J   .  CAPITAL,.-:-^lO.QboKoa"^   REST.-'fooOO.QOO  COLLECTION;  BUSINESS   ���������  With its. Jarg-c number of branches,, ag-cnts and correspondents, The.  Canadian. Bank of Commerco is able to effect collections throughout  the world promptly and at reasonable rates.    Rates will be quoted on.  . application..  .FOREIGN   BUSINESS  Cheques.and drafts on all countries of the world, drawn in sterliii,*/,  francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,  can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH W. T.  WHITE, ������llann?-:  Mr. B. W, llailey, of Vancouver, arrived by Saludday's boat.  Mrs IJ. W, llailey,'of Vaneoii-  at *  vor is camping at Roy'a beach,  Now Westminster ' won from  Vancouver athicropae on Satiirwiy  list, by a iscore of 9���������2.  Lucky campers, how we do en  vy yon, this   hot wenther.    bond  ui* up"a cooling breeze,  Janie Hooley. 23, a native of  England, and Kred Wyatt, 20, a  native of Ontario, were drowned  nt tlio Goi'jfo, Victoria, on Sim-  day last, while bathing.  - -in- ��������� n  .I..,...,.-,.-  Wilt., with a little more prac  tico will be ablo to climb a troo.  II. M, S.  Shearwater was at  Coniox on Sumlav,  Comox CoiiHorvaUvea nt ������ vn\n.  ing held at Courtcnuy on Fi. I.i.  evening last, iiiiauiuniuiiiy ������u.1i,iv.  ed the action of Cumhmmid Vt>- .  s'.-rvfltivos in uoniinatjug T. ii,  Unto, to contest Comox- A tli r, n\  tho next Federal olectum. 'i'hte  must bo vory gratifying to Mi.  ���������Hate. ���������,.".  It has been finally settled t������.  oflicially open the Udysiuifi.  Hospital next Tuesday, wlui:  Hon Dr Voting, acting premie  will perform the duty. In Di  Young the Lady-smith HospitM'  Hoard has always had a gomi  friend, and it is fating that Ik  should have the honor of oftioi-  ally opening the new building,  ���������OliroutcU*.  BiibIi llres woro raging ||,jh ww..l  at Comox,  *>"?'* fV"  O'Dell and Unit, the attraction  at tho Electric Theatre this week,  aro line entertainer and nro <!tw-  | ing Urge bouses  'gtmrnmrnvmam  Word received by Mr J oim  Furbow. of this city, from Spring  hill, N.S., conveya the sad intelligence of the death of his mother  , A drowning fatality occur red  last Sunday afternoon at Rnssells  Form, near Ladysiuith, the vie  tim being John Petiniau Hcvcr-  idge. a resident of Ladysmitli for  the last six mouths. The dc-  efiiM-d was a na������ive of Kelby, in  iscothuid. aged 22 years.  ���������A NKW LOT OF���������  Curtains*   Curiam Mtisih*  and Portieres*  36 in. wide, deep cream Madras I Heavv Ilrass ICx'eiision RoHh.   i  ht... 1;.. .   :..  . ~  i:rr,       .      ,   I ." , '  m. tube uy 7������ iu. long,  finished with bill end, 75c each  50 i\w��������� Men's Hluck Rib Wool  Socks, regular voc and fioe.  While they laM 3 pairs for v1  *m\Wi?nj������ii,xj}r  1  ������i������  ���������A  an   V*t UV* V. li V   l������ii 1  tems......  20c.ayd.  A large range of I.ace . Curtains,  iu dlflereut patterns. 54 iu.  wide and 3.J yards long, per  l������������'������' $1.50  Scrim urd [Muslin C'ur'ai'.ts, in  ll<v/il an<t Vaiflev p:itH-in.:t  border nil "uuiid,   pel   onii   $1.60 and $2.00  !5 pieces 5 iu. wld* Silk Ribbon  iu all the i-ewrgt nhiu'i-s, mr  ul.ii ?5<. nbluui, for 15c a yd  Gajnpbell Bfos. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Tie  1  ;| RoundUp  t*  A Romance of Arizona  Novelized From Edmund  D������y*t Melodrama m������  .>  ;;By   JOHN   MURRAY   and $  MILLS MILLER.  Copyright, 1908.  by G. W. Dillingham Co.  : *>t  There's a bunch of cowpunpn-  ers in this story it will do you  good to meet, and for good meets*  ure there's Slim Hoover, sheriff,  whom nobody loves because he's  a fat man. And there are other  characters of the great southwest-���������women of charm and interest, desperadoes and solaiers���������  whose doings on the stage have  called forth much favorable comment from the public and the  critics. They are woven into a  plot af dramatic interest, colored  oy characteristic actions and sayings of typical women and men  ofthjilarid of the rattle snake and  the Gila monster.'the long horned  steer and the lowly, despised  jsheep. The incidents oj the tale  will hold you; the women and the  men will attract you. They are  different from those of other  yarns of the west, that is ever  "ready for a fight or a frolic."  CIlArTKR I. ���������' -,     '  DOWN an old trail !n the Ghosi  range, In uorth westeiw Mexico, just across the Arizona  border, a mounted prospector  wound his way, ins horse carefully  picking Irs steps among the broken  granire blocks which had tumbled  upon the ancient path from the mountain wall above. A burro followed,  laden heavily with pack, bed roll, pick.,  frying pan and battered coffeepot, yet  stepping along sure footedly as the  mountain sheep that first formed the  trail ages ago and whose petrified hoof  prints Btill remain to afford footing  for the scarcely   larger hoofs of the  _paek.,antmal ._   An  awful' stillness  hung over  the  ������������������ acene that  was  broken  ouly   by  th*  click   of   hoofs   of   horse  and   burro  upon the rocks and the clatter of the  loose stones they dislodged tliat rolled  and skipped down the mountain side  Not a breath of air was stirring, and  the sun blazed down' from tho zenith  with such fierce and direct radiation  that tbe wayfarer needed not to observe tbe_shadows to uote its exact  position In tbe heavens. Singly among  the broken blocks and In bunks along  the ledges the cactus bad burst under  the heat, as It were, into tlie spontaneous combustion of'flowery, flame  To the traveler passing beside them  their red blooms blazed with the Irrl-  ...taJJng superfluity of n torchlight procession at noonday. ,  The trail leads down to a tint ledge  which overlooks the desert and which  fa the observatory whither counties'"  generations of mountain sheep have  been wont to resort lo survey tbe  strange world' beneath (hem. wltb  wbnt purpose nnd what feelings It re-  mains for some Imaginative writer of  onhnnl stories to Inform us. From the  ledge to the valley below tho trail  Is free from obstructions and broader,  more beaten nnd less devious thun  above, Indicating that It Uoh boon  formed by ihe gonerutlous of men toil-  lng up from the valley to the natural  wotchtower on tlie* heights.  Ueuchlng tne ledge, tne prospector  found that what seemed from tho angle above to be an Irregular pile of  Inrgo bowlderH was an artllU'lnl fortification, the higliext wall being towurd  tho mnuniniim, Knterlng the Inolo-  sure, tlie prospector dismounted, ro  lloved his horse of lis fuddle and blw  burro ot Un puck uiu} proveetU'd to  prepare IiIh midday mini I. Looking for  tho best place where he might light 11  flro. lie observed in the most protected  corner u lint clone niiirUed by lire nnd  near It In (lie rocky ground a pothole,  evidently formed for grinding maize  ' Tbe iihIioh of undent (lies were Hcnt  tared nbout, ami In denning thorn off  liis new found hearth ttu* man discovered a potsherd, appiirently of a native olla or wnter Jar, ami a chipped  fragment of flint too mnnll to Indicate  whether It had formed pint uf uu In  dlan arrowhead or hud dropped from  to old tllutlodc niUHliet.  "Lucky strike!" observed the pros-  pector. "I was down to iny last  |natdi." And, gathering some men-  Quite brunh for fuel aud rubbing a dead  limi.J.t UAm lit;:!,'.-, he drc������' <-vt ������  tcntfe nnd, rapidly nnd repeatedly  striking the back of Its blade with the  flint, produced a stream of sparks,  which fell on the tinder. Blowing the  while, lie started ti Hume, When the  tint wns rendv ������he mnn shook hln canteen. "Precious Utile drink left," lie  sold, "I wish Hint potsherd eurrlcd  water ns the flint dilp does tiro. How*  ���������ver, there's lots of enrhis around  liere. nnd they're natural water Jnrs.  My knife may get me n drink out of  th* denerfs thorn* n������ well ns kindle  * flre from Its stones. And rlftlit here's  my tffl.ormdon. the bNtinsra. Ihe flr*t  wp I've found tn months!" he exclaim-  #d, r������'n������r over to Hip edge of the cliff.  ���������bote the level of whlrh peer*! the  fftt hesd of e Midiii covered wltb  spines that werp bnrl������cd like ��������� fl������U-  hook.   Us short taproot wa������ fixed In  ��������� ere?le# n t*m |wt Ue'.t.w the pan������  Spat. Lying on the edire of thp etlff  the own sliced off the top of the cat-  an uud began jabbing into us Iuieruji  >reaking down the fibrous walls of tht  water ceils, of which the top  heavj  plant is almost entirely composed.   In  i few momenta he arose.  "Now 1 can empty my canteer. In the  coffeepot, suro of a fresh supply of  water by the tlmo I am ready to  mosey along."  He filled tbe pot, set it ou the firo  und tlvn pressed the uncorked and  empty canteen down Into the macer  a ted interior of the blsnaga.  While his coffee was boiling the pros  pector continued his examination of  the fortification, beginning, in the manner of his kind, with the more minute  "signs" and ending with what to a  tourist would have been the first and  only subject of observation���������the view  On the inner side of the large bowlder  Iu the wall be discerned the faint outline of u crass painted with red ocher  Scraping with bis pick beneath the  rock to see If the emblem was the sign  of hidden treasure or relic,.he unearth  ed a rattlesnake. Before it could strike  with a quick fling of his tool be sent  the reptile whirling high in the air to  ward the precipice. But from the clump  of cactus growth along the parapet  arose a sahuaro, with branching arms,  and against this the snake was. flung  Wrapped around the thorny top by the  momentum or tue cast, it uuug.-. uissinjj  and rattling with pain and hatred.  The prospector looked up at thelm  paled rattlesnake with a smile,   item,  Injscences  of  Sunday  school .flashed  across his mind.    _...'..   mt%m���������!mm ^wt^Qy;!   ______���������-.* l    ���������  "Gee, I'm a regular Moses!" be ejaculated. "First I bring water from the  face of the rock, and then 1 lift up the  serpent ,in the wilderness. The year  I've spent in the mountains and desert  seems like forty to me, and now at  last I have a sight of the promised  land.' God, what a magnificent view!"'  Dropping his pick, he stretched out  his arms with instinctive symboliza-  tion of the wide prospect and expression, of an exile's yearning for his native land.  "Over there Is1 God's country, sure  enough," he continued, giving the trite  phrase a,reverentiat tone winch he bad  not used in his first expression of the  name of Deity. "Thank him, the paral  lei wllh old Moses stops right here  Many a time I thought 1 would nevei  get out of the mountaius alive and that  my grave would be unmarked by sc  much as a bowlder with a red cross  upon it But now before uight I'll be  back ln the States and in three mow  days at home on the old ranch. 1  promised to return in a year, and I'll  make good to the hour. 1 sure did bate  "torlen"ve~that'"strike7~thongh7-after~nl!'  the hard luck I had been having, Sixtj  dollars a day and growing richer! Bui  the last horn was blowing���������no tobacco  six matches and nothing left of tho  bacon but rinds. Well, tbe gold If  there, and the claim '11 bring whatevei  I choose to ask for It. And Echo shall  hove a home as good as Allen Hacienda nnd n ranch as flue as Bar One  YeS. it'll be Bar None, my ranch!"  Out of the sea of molten air thnt  stretched  before him,  that  nebulous  Lane had hardly reached this conclusion before be found It justified by the  sight of a mounted Apache lu the regalia of war emerging from a hidden  dip in the trail below the fortification.  Lane dropped behind the parapet, evidently before he was observed, as the  steadily Increasing number and loud  ness of the hoof beats on the rocky  trail indicated to the listener.  Crawling back to his horse and bur  ro, he made them lie down against the  upper wall and picketed them with  short lengths of rope to the ground, for  he foresaw tbat danger could come  only from the mountaiu side. Taking  his Winchester, he returned to the parapet and, half seated.' half reclining  behind it, opened fire on the unsuspeet-  lug Apaches. The leader, shot through  the head, fell from his horse, which  reared uud backed wildly down the  trail. Other bullets must have found  Cheir billets also, but because of the  confusion which ensued among the Indians the prospector was unable to  tell how many of them he had put out  of action. In a flash every rider  had leaped off his horse and. protecting himself by Its body, was scrambling with his mount to the protecting  declivity ln the rear. The prospector  was sorely tempted to pump bis car  tridges into the group as it poured  back over the rim of the hollow., but  he desisted from the useless slaughter  of horses alone, knowing that he could  be attacked only on foot and that every  one of his slender store of cartridges  must find a human mark If he would  return to the States alive. "They've  got to put me out of business before  tbey can go on," he ruminated. ."An  Apache is a good deal of a coward  when he's fighting for pleasure, but  just corner him. aud, great snakes and  splttin' wildcats, what a game he does  put up! I must save my cartridges, for  one thing's sure���������they won't waste any  of theirs. They're not as good shots as  white men. for ammunition is too  scarce with theni for use in gun practice, so they won't firo till they've got  me dead to rights. Let me see. There's  about a dozen left in. the party, and 1  have fifteen cartridges. That's three In  reserve for my own outfit"if some of  the others faii to get their men. Those  red devils enjoy skinning an animal  alive as much as torturing a man. and  you can bet they won't save me any  bullets by shooting Nance and .Jinny."  Reasouiug that the Indians would  not dare to atrack by way of the open  tnijl in front and that it would take  some time for them to make the do  tour necessary to approach him from  above, since they would have to leave  their-ponies-bclow-a ud-clImb-on������bandi<-  and knees over jutting ledges and  around broken granite blocks. Lane  coolly proceeded to drink his coffee  and eat his lunch of hard bread aud  cold bacon rind. After he had finished  he gave a lump of sugar to each of his  animals and pressed his cheek with au  affectionate hug against the side of his  horse's head.  "Old girl." be said, "I'm sorry we  can't take a parting drink, for I'm  afraid neither of us will reach our  next water hole But you can count  on me tbat the red devils won't get  you."  Then, going'to bis pack, lit undid It  and took out a double bundl'ul of yellow nuggets nnd a number of canvas  bags. These he deposited In tho pothole nnd. prying up the lint stone of  the fireplace, laid It over them nnd  covered lhe stone with embers.  "U's a ton to one Hhot thnt they finish me," he reflected, "but the wnges  I've paid lor by a year of hard worl:  nnd absence from her side stay Just  ns nonr.. lieho Allen ns I can bring  them alive and. If there's any truth In  what they say nbout spirits disclosing  In drenuis the place of burled treasure, with tho.i chance of my Retting  them to" Iter nfter I mn dn-ul."  (To be continued.)  LOOKING TO PALESTINE  CLARENCE DE SOLA HEAbS ZION-  ISTS IN CANADA.  Montreal Man Inaugurated the Move*  ment In This Country to Repopu-  late Jerusalem and the Holy Land  . With Hebrews��������� He Is Belgian  Consul and Represents a British  Shipbuilding Firm  In Canada.  Mr. Clarence I. de Sola of Montreal  is the head and shoulders of the  Zionist movement in Canada, the  movement to repopulnte Palestine  with members of the Hebraic faith.  A little le>s than twelve year? ago  the first Zionist convention in Canada  was held. It took place on a bitterly  cold stormy winter night in 1898. in  the old Cadieux street synagogue,  Montreal. The thermometer registered 28 below zero, and there was a  blizzard blowing. The gas had frozen,  and the building was.- but dimly lighted by a few candles stuck in the  mouths of old bottles. Amid such  dim and discouragin��������� surroundings  the Zionist movement . was born in  Canada.    Mr.  de  Sola  proposed  the  An awful vtlllnexH huna over the scene.  ..���������linos of quivering burs nnd belts of  ilea ted ntinoHpliere which remains  above the desert ns a memorial of the  first singe ot (lie entire pliinet's existence, the liniiglnntlon of the prospector  created n pnnidlso of Ills own. There  took shape before his eyes n Mexican  linelendn, larger nnd more beautiful  evon thnn Hint of Hollo's father, tbo  beau Ideal of n home to his limited  fancy. And on the pliistjtn In front,  covered with flowering vines, thero  stood awaiting him lhe slenaor figure  of n woman, with outstretched nrniB  nnd dnrlt eyos, tender wllh yearning  love.  "Kclio-Bebo Allen!" he murmured,  fondly repenting uiu nume. .so. no)  Ik on Alkit, bill lh-ho Ifmin; !<*r JMr);  Lane lias redeemed bis promise ami  returns to elnlm you ��������������� his own."  As he fmr.od upon the ������lilmmei'ln,"  bent wnves which distorted nnd dl-  jlaeed tbe object* wttftin ~\n. m-m-vaii  Ihem n group of horsemen suddenly  ipponrod to lilm In tbe distance and us  luddenly vanished lu thin nir.  "RuralM!" ejaculated Lnne, "I won  Jer If tbey nre chaalog Apnehea. Tbnt  tnfernnl mlrnc������ give* you no Iden of  distance or direction. Jf the red devils  hnve pot awny from Crook nml slip  ped by these greaser tangers over the  border, they'll sure be msfcliur straight  for the Ohost range and by thl������ very  trail, tf ho, I'm a* the besi place on li  to meet them, aud here I siuy till the  const Is clear." Turning to the r������J  rrmn on the rock, he r*il<*.*t������<d, 'res-  haps, after all, H'a a case of 'Nebo's  lonelv mountain.'"  He Qnve Up Shooting.  A novelist and dramatist who hns  had an exceptional career is Mr. John  Gnlsworthy, who haB been asking,  apropos ot the preparations beina  made by nntlons for aerial wnrfnre, if  "water and earth are not wide enough  to: men to kill each other on without  disturbing the pence and beauty ol  the nir nnd sky. At Harrow he wn*  nn athlete nnd a monitor, mid began  lifs ns n barrister. But the work was  (iistnsteful, nnd ultimately he corn-  inenced to write, his first book being  published in 18113, when he wns thirty-  two yours ol nge. A delightful side,  light is thrown on Mr. Gnlsworthy','  character by the (net thut though once  a keen sportsman, now ho never  touohen a gun. .Watching a dying bird  one day. he imddenly found sport  ug!y, nnd gnvr it up forevcrr.  From ths Ranki.  Within eighteen years Col, Cnrter.  who Im* been promoted to the com  mnnd of the 2nd Scottish Killes. luir  risen from the rnnks to hit nreM-nt  position entirely by merit and without Interent, bis career furnishing h  striking Illustration of what a cap-  nblo mnn cun do in tlie nrmy Co I.  Carter inileu in in- enriy ���������������������>������ <o mi  rt vi-;iii.ihi>U'J~j ii'i'l H>M-t"d in f\v  ���������Ith Ilrnijoon Guard*. He wns promoted to sergeant, nnd in a little  over three yenrs obisiiied n couiiuU-  >ion In the Blnck Watch at the mid  oi twenty-four.    He served with dn-  tiriClllill     Ml    VhtixiUn    Urtlw,    ���������\-,i.    i.w.  years ago obtained n brevet-colonel*  ey nt the nge of forty*two,  :A Beautiful Rug.  From Turkey there Im* arrived n  wonderful carpet, .manufactured for *  i (e-r. which ws* ������ifiied from the ������cv-  < ������nV:***nth century IN r������:������n .example m  I the Houth Kensington Mtueum. It  I vonlalnn i������,WXM>u(j stitches, and Um.Ic  ! ������.sbWn monthi to make.  [ Age Rmco������s Age,  I K-f*ln������pecUir 8imp*.������n, ,,t Liverpool..  1 Riband, who i* seventy,. rf������cu������'d  i Uictuird Lewi*, who i* Htfhcy y������*ar������  J o������ ������.������������, Irom drowning m ihf >'nr>.|������-  thim  Union  Canal   nt-ai   Kllmiu-r*  I'gft.  CLAKKNTCE t. DK SOLA.  motion which gave birth to the so-  ciety. There was a handful of Hebrews present, many of them newly  arrived immigrants, but it was not  many months before the movement  had spread to Toronto, to Hamilton,  to London, to the Northwest.  Mr. Clarence de Sola, the president  of the Federation of Zionist Societies  of Canada, is one of the most representative Jewish citizens in the Dominion. The *on of one Jewish rabbi  ^rt~th>~broth"er~of_another."Mr;---de-"  Sola is a Hebrew of the Hebrews, ot  the uncompromising orthodox school;  broad minded, but with the unfaltering faith in thj destiny of his race,  and with the .Zionist movement very  close to his heart. Put Mr. de Sola  tfnkes the stand that the Jew, like the  Englishman or the Scotchman in  Cannda, should hold his own as a  Canadian citizen and not as a member of a certain race.  When Mr. de Sola is not propagating the Zionist cause he is filling the  chair of the Belgian consulate in  Montreal or representing n famous  firm of- British ship builders in Canada. While loyal to his race and his  religion, Mr. de Sola is a patriotic  Canadian, and, above nil, a good citizen.���������Canadian Century.  Why the Burglar Laughed,  One of the most interestinc collections of burglars' fools i������ thnt po&*  snssed by Canon ��������� Horsley, rector of  St. Peter's, Walworth, England, who  yenrt' ngo was chnplnin nt Clorken-  well and Pentonvilie. A short timo  ngo he took to n bnzanr a big assortment of skeleton keys, jemmies, crowbars, and a photograph nf Charles  Ponce, once n member of his "congre.  gallon," The ennon is. nn authority  on bnrglnries, nnd tells n good story  of a burglnr who used to carry pieces  of doctored liver for silencing dogs.  Ono night he entered n hou������o, saw n  dog's staring eyes in tlifi h/i!l, nnd nt  onco produced the liver. The nnimnl  did not movo, nnd on close inspection  tho burglnr discovered thnt tho dog  was stuffed. "Here's n jokel" ho  thought, nnd Inughed so upronrioiii**  ly thnt the members ot tho houbcliold  nwoko nnjl he wns caught.  Transntlnntlc Record.  Mr. J. W. Alexander, chid engineer  of the Oceanic, nnd the Henior chlel  engineer in the White Star Co.'s service, who has just retired, crossed  tho Atlantic 012 times. During the  thirty-eight nnd n half years*of nls  seafaring life he hns r.vver missed  a voyage.. The whole of his senfniing  crireor hn������ been spent In nssnclntinn  with the White Stur /loot. Jt is com*  puted thnt lie has truveled 3.000.000  miles nt sen. Mr. Alexander commenced nnd ended his seafaring career  in vessels tiamod Oceanic.  VARSITY'S QUEER LEGACY.  President Falconer   Got   a Pleasant  Surprise and a Handsome Gift.  At the Alumni dinner in Toronto  recently, President Falconer related  an interesting story about the way  Toronto University received its latest  leuacy. He was getting Teady one  afternoon not long ago to leave the  city and, like, most men who want  to catch a train, had very little time  at his disposal. A visitor wai announced���������a Mrs. Marfleet, whose  name was quite unfamiliar to him.  The president told the maid to ask  her if she could not come to see him  later in the week. However the lady  insisted that' she wanted to seo him  then and now, "I've come a thousand  miles to meet the president of Toronto University," said  she.  So President Falconer went down  to the reception room to interview  his visitor. The lndy explained tliat  she was an American, whose husband  had died recently. "My husband,"  said she, "was during his lifetime  greatly interested in Canada and was  particularly impressed with the fine  work being done, by the University of  Toronto. He followed its progress  with the deepest interest and often  expressed the wish that he could do  something to associate his name with  it. He died intestate, but, knowing  his wishes in the matter, I want to  offer you some money, which might  be used in any way you thought well  to perpetuate hi& memory in your  university.   Will you accept $5,000?"  The president promised to lay the  matter before the board of governors,  assuring her that the board would  hardly be likely to refuse so generous  an offer. It has been decided that  lhe money thus romantically donated  shall be used to found a lectureship  to be known .as the Pearson-JCirkman-  Marfleet lectureship. Every three  years some prominent, man,- preferably an American, will" be secured to  deliver a series of lectures on some  phase of public or international life.  The first lecture will probably be  _iven next year.  Canada's Trade Commissioner.  The report issued in 1907 by Mr.  Richard Grigg, the Trade Commissioner to Canada, on the trade of the  Dominion attracted a great deal of attention. A further exhaustive report  by Mr. .Grigg on the same subject was  recently issued by the Board of Trade  as a Bluebook. This, also, says the  English publication "Canada," British',  exporters and others would do well to  read, mark, and inwardly digest. For  while, as Mr. Grigg remarks, increased experience has confirmed the opinion already expressed, that there exists throughout Canada a keen desire  both on patriotic'-'and business grounds.,  -to-better���������understand_differing���������points,  of view, and to draw closer the bonds  of commercial union, "although a  marked improvement haB occurred in  the attention given to the Canadian  market by British manufacturers, the  impression still- remains that British  knowledge of the Canadian market  and appreciation of its great future,  is much less extensive thun in the  case of our friendly American rivals."  Tho Canadian market, Mr. Grigg  points out, as a field for present and  future British trade, is governed by  certain conditions which give to the  economic life of the Dominion a character of its own. Canada has for a  decade past been undergoing and  seems destined to undergo ior a considerable period, a great industrial  and financial expansion.���������Saturday  flight.  Not So Sad.  "Poor mnn I" she *.������id. stooping  over the victim who hnd just been  drngged ont from tinder her automobile.   "Have you n wife?"  "No," he groaned, "This Is tho  worst thing  thnt  ever  huppened  to  Ths Flxsd Charita.  "How do you go nbout ordering a  dinner?" iixjuiied the mnu from a  rural district,  "Well.  I see  how much  money I  nhVt%    \m't.V    Vuk    i,\;\:    -������,..UV*    Ui'i    m.l)l  then sptnd tlie chinge on myself,"  Conscious of Rectitude.  "Mens cons-cia recti," hnving been  one of tho quotntions used in a latter published in tho Canadian news-  -i'lip'TK fifty years ago, by Mr. Mc-  Micken, M.P., a prominent, politician,  addressed to tho Hon, George Brown,  a political opponent accused the fir.-t  mentioned member of Parliament of  hnving stolen it from a shoemaker's  sign, and told the following story of  it. In a certain English country  town, where rival .shoemakers plied  their respective trades on tho snmo  street, immediately opposite ench  othor, one of them hit upon the plnn  of attracting notice to hia business  by 'placing tho above quotation on  the, sign over his door, ivbovo "tho  words "John Brown, shoemakor."  Customers flocked to his shop in  goodly numbers, which the rival  shoemaker ncross tho wny attributed  largely to tlio merit of the unusual  inscription on the sign, He finally  managed, as he thought, to go one  better thnn his rival, by placing ovor  his own (.hop door thn Inscription,  "Men's and.women's conBcin recti,"  Hew to Raster* Color to a Turquoit*.  A turquoire which has lout Its blue  color and beerun* green mny I* restored by soxking it in pure alcohol  for two week* und drylnt? einrfitufly  in ������awdiift for n weidc. If the color  ehanje*  ngnin  ifp.-at.  Who Lift \he Aute?  Among the-articles left by forgetful  f>assfing������r������ on the South Ea������(������rn c\  ;hatfiHin Hailvmy are a motor car,  forty bicyclri, 3,o_0 ambr������"!l������������, lour  iewTng-maehin*-*, rtrvcf tttitia Idols,  40<1 Un-������,trical icettery.  Always On  His Job.  Mr, Allan Studholmo, tlio Labor  member lor East Hamilton, iu ono ol  tho most faithful repremintativeu In  tiie local Legislature. Ho apparently  (cols thnt he is not doing his duty hy  his constituents unless lie remains in  his placo like a watch dog, ready to  bark whenever he gets an opportunity.  Nothing will tempt him to leave. It  W said thnt during tho recent session  ho was invited to a dinner, but it  was after the Legislature had started  to sit at night, so ho could not go.  "I ennnot very well bo away," ho  snid, "one cnn never toll whon they  nright rush In somo unexpected login-  !*������'.;.,;; iiT'.J '".it it ���������'���������"���������^"Vi. vn \ do rioi  ���������want io be absent."  The man to whom itie remark was  mode mentioned it to another mem-  ber and added, "Hut as a matter ol  fact, I have never known of his pros*  once  iu  the  House  stopping a bill  *������','j������j  tii.ltift tlii-oni.'h "  "Well, you see," replied the M.P.P.  "Studholme thinks he h|������s benefited  posterity if he keeps tho bill buck  ior half au hour."  AUSTRALIA'S VICEROY  Btat N������IU������ Blythe.  Toronto Prtn'v*. rn/tnnyintr editor of  l,a Presse, .Montreal, ha* had n  niilnti* eyperhnee h������ 11 glohe-trotter.  In Mny. 1901, a number of nsper* en*  deavored lo have the record of NelHe  Blythe lowered by one of their staff  Three American paperf, The fondon  Times, The Ber'iner TageMaU and U  Matin, Pam, ww kwmii tn the fleld  *e>*\ti*i Mr. Prine#', wha won hands  iown, establishing a record ot eirelmf  the globe in C2 dny* nnd thrat Hour*  NEW PRO-CONSUL ISA TRAVELER  AND A HUSTLER. (  7,  To Act as Representative of the Crown*  In the Antipodean Empire Is No  E������y Thing Because the Provinces-  In the Commonwealth Are Not  Very Goo-t. Friends Yet���������He Wilt  Be Missed In London.  It is well that Lord ��������� Denman is>  young and active, for the Australian*  like a. Viceroy who is a "hustler," and  fond of traveling. Although federation has been accomplished, the old  provincial jealousies survive to som������  extent, and each of the six constituent states think it has a claim on  the time and presence of the Governor-General. New South Wales' and  Victoria, in particular, the two lead*  LORD DENMAN.  lng states, an particularly sensitive  on this point, so much so that the  Viceroy has to maintain a permanent  residential Government House in each  of the rival capitals���������Sydney and Mel-  bourne���������and to take care not to favor  one over the other. ��������� Lord Northcote  was the record Viceroy .for traveling.  He journeyed even to the wild and*  largely unexplored Northern Territory,  where a member of his staff sat down  upon an alligator in mistake for a log-  of wood.  Lord Denman is known as one of the  most public-rpirited of the few Liberal peers. He will be missed in politics, as will also his wife, who has  been a leading Liberal hostess���������a poli-  tieal-field'in-which-the-Liberals-artr-  sadly handicapped.  An All-Black Holiday.  Perhaps it may interest readers  throughout the Empire to know how  the natives on the Rand enjoy themselves in their spare time, and how  curiously they" conduct themselves on-  holidays.    ..  Every Sunday morning they gather  together at some appointed place���������usually one of the mines��������� and prepare-  ior their weekly march out. (I have-  seen as many.aa six hundred at one-  meeting.) They are all dressed very  funnily. Some havo soldiers' old  jackets, other old football jersey*,,  while others, again wear little more-  than their smiles 1  Most of them have an instrument of  some sort, including cheap concertinas, melodeons, tumbourincs, tin-  whistles, and other such classical instruments. Those who ennnot afford  the luxury of an instrument commence  to "sing." The terrible din whoa  they all start playing different. tune*  nt tho same time can bo imagined t  They march for miles in this manner through the open veldt, nnd return in tho nftornoon, highly delighted with their outing.  The Kaffirs nro a very happy-go--  lucky class of people. Nothing sennit  to worry them, and they do not believe in too much work. They may  work for about six months in one of  tho mines, save up most of thoir pny,  and go homo to tholr kraals for thu  rost of tho yenr.���������Answers,  Bishop and Coachman.  The late Archbishop Tait was driven by a coachman ot tho old-world  eort, of whom Dr. Benson used to tell  this good story,  One day a clergyman who called  at the palace asked him whether he  Btill hau as much to do ns ever, The  answer was sublime.  "There's nlwnys a goodish bit doing, sir; but it hns been a trifle easier  since wo took young Mr, Pnrry into  tho business." Tho Right Itev. Kd-  wnrd Parry had then recently been  appointed Bishop Suffragan of Dover.  Another story he used to tell of a������  coachman will bo new to mnny.  A gentleman living in tho neigh'  borhood of Addlngton, finding that tho  stablemen were not in the habit ol  attending church, spoke io hU coachman nbout it.  "They ought to go," he said.  "That's just what I sny myself,  sir," was the rejoinder. "I says to-  them, 'Look at me, I go, and what  harm does it do to moP'7'  Mr. Wbbailr Z.\)\ W'i.W.r.g CWeti. '  7)tifv Im u t-urk'Ut' florjT told o! Mr  Moberly Bell, the manager of The-  London Times, who diod the ot\wr  day. 8ome years ago, while running  to catch a train, h������ overshot the end  of the platform and fell heavily. On  trying u������ m* nts Hnu.>.i ni������*i uu< {���������>*������;  had been twisted completely round,  the toes printing straight behind him.  For many months he lay in hospital,  where at length it was found necessary to tako out a bone. "Well, if it  won't support me one way it shall  In''another," he said, cheerily, nn<l  he had the severtd bone mounted a#  the knob of a walking-stick, which  ha eonstantly made use ot.  Steels fer Oaranatien.  For tbe coronation ceremny tn Westminster Abbey, tenders for 6.129  chairs aad stools of tpeelat design  hav; now b*������n placed hy the British  Works Offica. . V     ���������  j/f  ^ THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  i f  ^  i -.-.  WE BUY  MUNICIPAL DEBENTURES  This Corporation has broad markets for Canadian Municipal Debentures both in Canada and  abroad, enabling us to pay the best market prices  for new issues. We shall be pleased to consider  proposals from Western Canadian Municipalities  contemplating the issue of Debentures.  Donmiofl Securities  CORPORftTIOM-tlMITED  TORONTO .LMOiiTRBJU*. LOMDOM.ErtG.  HELD THE POSE.  Her Suspicion  He (soulfully)���������There are a thousand stars tonight looking down upon  you.  She���������Ia my hat on straight?  He is the most gracious artist in  life who makes it easy for others to  do kindness for him.  TRY PRIME EYE RHBV  FerReiWeek.Weery.WeHeeyEjreeMi 1  GRANULATED EYEUDS ���������  MurineDoesn'tSmart-SootbaaEyePait  fowl* M Hn* Ira aaamir. Uw* ~%a.I*. IL������  Murfe* Er������ -ska. taAw*toT������k������eb2^$UW  EYE BOOKS AND ADVICE -TUBS BY MAtt  MurinoEy������R������m������dyCo^ChJcago  Bad  News for the  Kiddies  Experts employed by the United  States department of agriculture are  sending out warnings that most of the  ice cream cones on the market are  unfit to eat. Spoil the cone and save  the child.���������Chicago Record-Herald.  "It's in the world of politics," said  the talkative man, "that the truth of  the old saying, 'money talks,' is most  frequently proven." "Yes," replied  the wise citizen, "but if hush money  would only talk what sensations we  would have."  ' \>:  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.  Hue. Vftxau>vt'a Soothino CvKur tmi bcca  ������������������rd (or over, SIXTY YEARS by MIU.ION8 ol  MOTHERS for their CHIluDRBN WHIUB  TBSTHINO, with PBRPKCT SUCCBSa II  *OOTHH8 the CHILD. riOPTRNS the GUMi  ALLAYS all PAIN CURBH WIND COLIC, -oi  ia the best remedy for DIAXRHQtA. It U a������  40lutely barmlcaa. Be sure and atlc (or "Mm  Window's Soothlnc Syrup," and take bo otkee  kind.  Twsnty-Ave ������������ata a battle.  AGENTS WANTED !  To sell Pitner Gasoline Lighting  Systems. No better in the world.  Exclusive, territory and liberal commission to live men. Apply Sales  Dept.  Pitner ^tasolme   Lighting   Co.,   Ltd.,  " ������������������ Toronto7"Ca"na"dar~ "  AGENTS  11 One live man in every town to  ���������take orders for Made-to-Measure  ���������Clothing. Largest line of samples  in Canada and best value. Good  Commissions. Fall Simples will be  ���������ready on the 15th of July.  CROWN TAILOR INQ CO.,  Ltd.,  -Canada's  Best Tailors. Toronto.  Hamlins Wizard Oil, the. World's  best liniment, has been curing pain  for nearly sixty years and can be  depended upon just as surely as the  old family doctor who may be miles  away.  "They quarrel a good deal."  "Yes; there's only one tie that  keeps them together."  "And that is?"  "Her new spring gown. Having no  maid, she' has to depend on her husband to hook her up the back."  "Tell me about Soain. romantic  Spain."  "Well," said the motorist, "there  are a few bad places as you come  down the mountains, but in the  main the roads are pretty good."���������.  Washington Herald.  Rub It In For Lame Back.���������A brisk rubbing with Dr. Thomas^ Eclectric Oil will  cure lame back. The Bkin will immediately absorb tho oil and it will penetrate  the tissues and bring speedy relief. Try  it and be convinced. As the liniment  Binks in the pain comes out and there are  ample grounds for saying that its touch  is magical, as it is.  The Bridegroom Model Even Held Hla'  Breathing Apparatus.  Sir Luke Fildes, who has been commissioned by the County of Surrey,  England, to paint a copy of his por- -  trait of Edward VII. in Buckingham  Palace for a county memorial* to the ,  late King, is one of the favorite paint-.  ers of royalty, and has done splendid  portraits not only of the late King  Edward but of Queen Alexandra aud  the present King and Queen.  Sir Luke first gained repute as a-  painter of English and Venetian subjects,, afterwards turning his attention  to portraits. His first picture, "Fair,  Quiet, and Sweet Rest," was exhibited at the Academy thirty-nine yeara  ago, and is separated by an interval  oi thirty years from the state portraits  of King Edward. His celebrated picture, "The Doctor," took the artistic  world by storm, and is regarded as.,  one of the most striking oi modern  works.  Sir Luke tells an amusing story of  an inquisitive visitor to a picture gallery. Observing a man standing ia  rapt attention before a certain painting, the visitor ventured to put the  query. "Did you paint that picture.  sir?" "Paint that picture?" echoed tha  enraptured one contemptuously. "Not  me.   I made the frame!"  Sir Luke also has a good story of a  rustic whom he employed as a model  for the bridegroom in "The Village  Wedding." Soon after the drawing began, the artist noticed that his model  became very pale. He made him rest,  and presently, work was resumed. The  model soon became more ghastly than  ever. "You don't seem well," said  Sir Luke. "I'm a'right, zur," answered the model, "only for holding me  breath so long!" ' The poor rustio  imagined it was necessary for the portrait to be taken, that he should hold  his breath the while!  The picture was painted for Mr. (afterwards Sir) Henry Tate. Sir Luko  had thought over the subject for several years before he made a start, although eventually it proved the quickest painted picture he had ever done.  The artist traveled to many places,  from Devon to Inverness, to get thoroughly acquainted with the character  of the cottages and people. He made  many sketches, and on his return to  town had the room built up exactly to  size at the end of his studio. Even  the massive rafters shown in the picture were there.  OUTDOOR  SPORT AND  ZAM-BUK.  Every athlete, every ball player,  every swimmer, every canoeist, every  man or woman who loves outdoor  life and exercise, should keep a box  of Zam-Buk handy.  Zam-Buk  is  a  purely  herbal  pre-  TOO SMART FOR AGENT.  George Lynch-Staunton Was Acquainted With All the Tricks.  By coincidence, or design, George  Lynch-Staunton, K. C, wno is prosecuting attorney in the present Assize  Court  in   which   the   Farmers   Bank  paration, which as soon as applied to'cases were  to   be  tried,  occupied  a  cuts, bruises, burns, sprains, blisters,  etc., sets up highly beneficial operations. First, its-antiseptic properties  render the wound free from all danger  of blood poisoning. Next, its soothing properties relieve and ease the  pain. Then its rich herbal, balms  penetrate the tissue, and set up the  wonderful process of healing. Barbed  wire scratches, insect stings, skin diseases, Puch as eczema, heat rashes,  ringworm, babies' heat sores, chafed  places, sore feet���������all are quickly  cured by Zam-Buk. It also eases  and cures piles. All druggists and  stores. Use Zam-Buk Soap, 25c. per  tablet.  "John," she said gently, "you are  interested in temperance movements,  are you not?" "Of course 1 am,"  he answered. "Well, suppose you go  and make a few of them at the pump-  handle. I want a pail of water at  once."  Through indiscretion in eating green  fruit in summer many children become  subject to cholera morbus caused by irritating acids that act violently on the  lining of the intestines. Pains and dangerous purgings ensue and the delicate  system of the child suffers under the  drain. In such cases the safest and  surest medicine is Dr. J. I). Kellogg's  Dysentery Cordial. It will check the inflammation and save the child's life.  Her future Husband���������I'm afraid  our wedding trip will take all the  cash I've saved up.  Mrs. Reno-Freed (eheeringly) ���������  Never mind, dear. A wedding trip  only happens once in three or four  years.���������Boston Transcript  __Th_py_who _do^not_believc thatchar-  racter" cah_be"-t613-froni "handwriting"  have evidently never heard handwriting read aloud in a breach of promise  suit.  She���������"He bored me awfully, but I  don't think I showed it, Every time  I yawned I hid it with my hand."  He (trying to be gallant)���������"Really, T  don't see how so small a hand could  hide���������er, that is, isn't it beastly  weather?"  THIS WILL INTEREST YOU  EDDY'S "Royal George" Matches  the most perfect "Strike Anywhere"  matches made, that are Safe,  . -Sure, ��������� -  and Silent,  are sold in boxes, averaging 1000 matches to the box,  for | Q cents a box.  You can't afford to pass this by.  ALWAYS EVERYWHERE IN CANADA, A8K FOR  EDDY'S MATCHES  Courage  In the Weaker Sex.  In high police circles woman's trait  of courage that exceeds her physical  strengtb i3 regarded as no new manifestation in the proverbially weaker  sex.  "Ever since I became associated  with"_poii"ce"w6rkl''Ti������id^n"(rexperi"enc~  ed officer. "I have noticed that women  seemed always ready to help any one  in apparent difficulties. Perhaps because they are weak themselves they  are disposed readily to help the -i -alter side -without thought of consequences to themselves."  A highly interesting explanation of  this undoubted bravery in women waa  vouchsafed by J. W. Slaughter, tho  eminent English sociologist, who as-  signed female courage largely to the  maternal intinct,  "Nothing on earth," ho said, "can  be more ferocious, more dangerous,  and more courageous than the female  animal defending her young. Tha  maternal instinct in woman is in itself an inspiration to courage. You  will never see a woman on the edge  of a crowd taking the side of the upper  dog. Women, moreover, act more directly than men,. They are more impulsive and less calculating.  *'We. are accustomed to think of women as afraid of this or that,'but it  is because they have not really had  experience. Courage is, aftor all, a  matter of experience. One is not afraid  of things one is used to or knows how  to deal with."  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house  Chickens can now be plucked by  means of a special electric fan. But  the old-fashioned fan is still good  enough to pluck the umpire.  AN  INVALUABLE MEDICINE  Mrs. W. Arnold, Edmonton, Alta.,  writes:���������"Kindly send me' a box of  Baby's Own Tablets. They have been  invaluable to me and I. really do not  know how I ever would have got along  without them. Baby was poorly; his  digestion was bad and he was consti  pated. I gave him the Tablets and  they, made a fine healthy boy of him.  Now, whenever he is cross or troubled  with constipation, I always give him  , the Tablets and they relieve him right  away. I tried a lot of other medicine  but nothing seemed to agree with him  til3-I-got-the-Tabletsr--I~would-not-be  without them." The testimony of  Mrs. Arnold is that of thousands of  other mothers. Everyone who ever  uses Baby's Own Tablets have words  of praise for them. The Tablets are  sold by medicine dealers or by mail  at 25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  similar position when Charles iUcGill  oi   i..c Ontario   Bank   was   up.    Mr.  Staunton has been 'in the publis eye a  good deal, and is fair game for the  book canvasser,  who is, however, liable to disappointment.   Mr. Staunton  'tells with some enjoyment of a man  who once called upon him for a short  sketch of his life, saying he wanted.  to use it in a book which was to give  a short account of the prominent men  in the country.   Mr. Staunton listened to his visitor for some time, when  he'asked the scribe if he would give  him a   written   agreement   that   he  would not want to collect an account  for having his  life's history  written  up, and being answered in the affirmative, Mr. Staunton went further, and  asked him if  he would  also  put in  writing that after this book was published he  would  not send ������an  agent  dround to sell him one of them.   This  ivas too much for the man of the pen-  nil,  and  he  replied   in  an  assumed  aaugkty   manner:    "Very   well,   Mr.  Staunton, if you treat the subject with  so much levity, 1 will take ray departure."      Mr.  Staunton has  never  seen that promised book of notables.  \1"-; Staunton is a native o������ Southampton, County Bruce, where he was born  .n 1858.- lie went to school in South-  unpton," in St. Mary's College, Mont-  ;eal, and  at Upper  Canada College,  A'here he graduated head of the class  ind won the gold medal.   He was called to the Bar in 1682.   His pet case,  n the  one. in  which  he  claims  he  ;ook the greatest interest, is referred  ���������io by him as the "scrap iron case,"  nrhich arose out of the assessment of  ;he Bell Telephone Co.'s equipment on  the streets," and which he carried to  the Court of Appeal and won.     Mr.  Staunton has been three times elected  as Bencher in the Law Society, and  if he receives that honor at the next  session he will hold the position for  Lie, an honor that falls to the lot of  .ew men.  As prosecuting attorney Mr. Staunton plays no favorites, and when he  gets a witness in the box he forgets  the individuality of the man.  TWO AND A HALF HOURS  ON OPERATING TABLE  Specialist  Could   Not  Remove  Stone  in The Bladder  GIN   PILLS  PASSED  IT  Joliette, P: Q.  "During August last, I went to  Montreal to consult a specialist aa  I had been suffering terribly witb  Stone in the Bladder.  He decided to operate but said the  stone was too large to remove and  too hard too crush, I returned home  and was recommended by a friend  to try GIN PILLS.  They relieved the pain. I took two  boxes and went back to the specialist. He si.id the stone was smaller  but he could not remove it although  he tried for two hours and a half. I  returned home and continued to take  GIN PILLS, and to my great.surpriao  and joy, passed the stone.  GIN PILS. are  the best medicine  in the world and- because they did  me so much good, I will recommend  them all the rest of my life." 46  J. Albert Lessard.  50c. a box-r-6 for $2.50���������at all deal  ers, and money back if they fail t"i  give relief.   Sample box free.     National Drug and Chemical Co,, Dept.  N.U., Toronto.  Th������ original  Oln Pills mad* by  National Drugand  Chemical Co. of  Canada Limited,  Toronto, are sold  only In this box.  A Secret Out  Musician (after much pressing)���������  Well, all right, since you insist. What  shall I play?  Hostr-Anything you like. It's only  to annoy our neighbors.���������London  Opinion.  Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd.  CALGARY  ������������������  ������������������  WINNIPEG  REGINA  The Largest Printers' Supply House in Canada.  We Carry in Stock Cylinder Presses, Job Presses,  Faper Cutters, Type and Material. Can Fill  Orders for Complete Equipment from our Stock.  We are the Largest Ready Print Publishers in  the West. We Publish Ready Prints from our  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses.     :     t  Ui  _i_  Order From  Nearest Branch  KiiiiiiBiT  7Y  Mppierora  Counter  .-*v* *p m  Check  Book  The beat equipped factory for pro  ducini Counter Check ttooka  in Cantda.  iro j  Capacity  Waefary  mad Ofllceas  HAMILTON.  OUT,  Company,  Limited.  (Nrt tn th* Jruat.)  Zfa   faf-fa      COUntrT  DUaUUU Check BookM  "���������������������'��������������� Il''"1'^ per Day.  We are supplying the \a\x%-  e*t users of Counter Check  Books in Canada with our  Fifty Years of Song.  Tho Approaching retirement o!  Mme. Aibiini recalls' the prima  donna's interesting confossion that  nhe began to aim,1 heforo she began to  walk. "As ft boby," she says, "I  was remarkable for the power of my  voice, if not for its quality. My parents recognided thlv, nnd nt the ngo  ot, four I begun my musical studied.  I have beon singing "vor since."  Mmo. Aibnni will celebrate her fifty-  ninUi birthdny in November next,  nnd mado hor first appearance on tho  cmicort-plntform whon she wan eight  years of nge. Mor moat cheriabed  memories hover around her Intimatn  friendship with Queen Victorln. Tho  ureal ftinaor wait a Yrequnut visitor to  Jluckinglmm Pnlnoo and Windaor,  nnd wna n welcome gue������t at Bill*  morn J. When she Hang before tho  Knitsor onco in Berlin lio afterward*  ���������hook hands with hor nnd ���������aid,  "(lood-bye, Whon you boo hor, give  my lovo tf) grandmamma."  An All-British Lord Mayor.  "When 1 got out ol bed this morning I loft behind mo Irinh linen nheoti  and  Witney  blankets.    I  went into  th' bathroom and uxed Unglish soap  and Irinh towels.   T droned in Scotch  Iweoela and put on KiiglUh-uindo boots,  and wont to breakfast supplied wholly  ; with British produce   Ah fur aa 1 nm  ,:.,"���������:'���������.!'���������'.    i"r.r..t\\inn   T   h<\*    drlnV  i nnd wnur 'come*"irom the British Km-  i plro."  8ueh wns tho interesting con-  I fossion mado a few day* ago hy Sir  T, S'ewy Strong, Lord Mayor of Lon-  don,  In  connection  with  tlm  move-  mont   for   tin   all-BrltUh   shopping  me   any  tho  the  "Maybe she won't   like  more, but I can't help it."  "What happened?"  "Her pet poodle was undor  mistletoe nnd I failed to take  chance."���������Pittsburg Post,  Deafness Cannot Be Curei/  jy local application!, as they cannot rcccli the dl*  toted portion of the ear. Tfiero la only one way M  cure dcifncBfl, and that is hy constitutional rcmrdlM,  Dtnfnuw li caused by an Inflamed condition ot Uie  mticoiw lining ol llio Eufttavhlan Tutio. Whon this  tube la Inflamed you lmve a rumbling sound or Ira-  perfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed, Ucat-  nna is tho result, and unless the Inflammation can bo  taken out and this tuba restored to Its iiormnl condition, hearing wilt be destroyed (orever; nlno cases  out ot ten aro caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing  but an Inflamed condition or tlio mucous nurfnccB.  We will give Ono Hundred Dollars tor any caso ot  neatness (caused by catarrh) that cannot lie cured  '>v Hall's Catarrh Cure. ' Bend tor circulars, lite,  V.J. CHENEY Si CO., ToUkK ������  Bold by r)ru������������l������iH, Tio,  Take nail's Famllv l'llls for oonsllpatloi"  Minard's Liniment lumberman's friend  "I alwnys agree with my husband."  "Very sweet of you."  "Uxcopt, of courso, when he is in  the .wrong."���������Pittsburg Post.  Minard's Liniment Co,, Limited.  Gents,���������I lmvo uiiod your Minard's  Liniment, in my family nnd also in  illy stiiblcis for years and consider it  tho bust medicine obtainable,  Yours truly,  ALFUK1) IIOCITAV,  Proprietor  Boxton   Pond   Hotel  and  Livory Stables,  Btiltor���������"If you refuso mo I shall  nbvfir lovo another,"  8uil<*d--"I)ooH that hold good if 1  accept youP"~Chicngo News,  No ono nt'ud ewdnr������ tlm niroiiy of rorns  wllh llolloway'H Corn Curo ut hand to r������-  move thorn.  The total number of mines worked  in the Htato of New Vork is forty,  There nro about twelve iron niinoB in  opera!ion, thirteen of gypsum, eight  of tale, two each of salt and pyrito  and three of graphite.  Tho  scientists say  that asparagus  ih tht: oiikfli Ju'.uir.'i iWJ.   It aun.y  nets tho part.  A Settlement Workar.  Lady Davies, wife of Sir Louis Da-  vies, is one of Canada's most active  philanthropic workers and takes a  deep interest, in vanou3 societies, and  especially has she done a great deal  towards placing the Settlement Uo i v.*  work in Ottawa on a tirm financial  basis. The proceeds of a concert given recently in a drawing-room lias  eliab"ied~th"cm"to~opeir"a"day-nurseryT-  and a great deal of her time is still  devoted to assisting this very necessary and useful organization. Though  Lady Davies has b^en obliged to drop  out of the Women's Historical Society  and the Council of Women, with both  of wh'ch she was formerly connected,  she is -still an active member of the  Humane Society, of the Morning Mu,-  ticul Club, and of the women's associations of Christ Church Cathedral,  to which she belongs,  When Sir Louis Davies was one of  the Cabinet' Ministers, Lady Davies  was one of the most popular hostesses  of the political set, and her dinners  and receptions are st'll looked back  upon with pleasure. Sho does not entertain quite as much now-a-days, but  when she does people are always de-  lighted to be invited to her hospitable  home. Hor daughter, Miss Gertrude  Davies, is of great assistance to her  mother in her settlement work, as she  takes classes there during the week  in elocution awl drawing. Miss Mary,  tne youngest daughter, is very fond of  fancy skating, and is a member of the  Miuto Skating Club, Both the young  Indies assiBt their mother constantly  in her many social duties.  Coal Output of Nova Scotia.  Coal production in Nova Scotia for  th������ year 1010 amounted to a total of  5,177,H0 tons, being an increase over  1009 production of 281,183 tons. Colliery consumption accounted for 515,-  720 tons. Thu protracted strike at tho  plunfof Cumberland Hailway & Conl  Co, was responsible! last year for u  tiecreusod output in Cumberland county, 277,802 tons were mined as against  &.l'2,0-10 tor the year before. The Muri-  time Coal, Hailway & Powor Co. was  tho chief producer, having raised HU,-  8411 tons, Pietou county produced  020,590 tons, tilt: greatest producer  being tha Acadia Coal Co. and the  Intercolonial Coal Co. Inverness  county :i(M,l04 tons were raised, of  which tho ������������������Inverness Hailway <Jc Coal  Co, contributed 277,257 tons ami tlm  I'oit Ilood-Hichuiond Bail way & Coal  Co. thu balance. Tho output of Capo  Breton county was 4,205,131 tons,  which iH a considerable) increase over  that of 10W, when UMl,iM tons wero  rained. Thu great hulk of this ton-  lingo wus raised by tho Dominion Coal  Co., witli 3/244,761 tons, and tho Nova  Scotia Stool k Coal Co. witli M0.348  ions, Over' eleven thousand persons  were employed in the industry during the your.  "Did you come out well on Christmas morning, Tommy?" "Yeth thir,,  I got more things than any of my  brotherth or thithers." "Indeed, how-  did that come about?" "I got up two.  hours before they did."    ,  "You look bad, Jim. Have you  been laid up?" "Well,, rather. Today's the first time I've been out of  doors for three months." "What was,  the matter, old chap?" "Nothin'; but  the judge wouldn't believe it."  Secure Health  while you may I The first good  step is to regulate the action of  your sluggish bowels by early use of  Beecham's  Pills  ���������old Erartrwhtrn.  tn havait Wa.  SUITS  OVERCOATS  TO ORDER  $10  Send for Free Samples ud Measure  Forms.  136 BAY STREET  TORONTO  Want Our Cider.  this   present  year  of  IMPERIAL BOOKH."  APPUFORD COUNTEH  CHECK BOOK  COMPANY, LIMITED,  Wt wmI pwWMitra to ��������������������� ������������ it* M������*U In ������" Manitoba, tt*t������tcfcm������ft,  After* ej%4 irWih Oatoanafa ia-ama   Wrlft in for mndMma ani prima*  Family Racordi In tbe Peerage,  The fact that the Mnmues* of Dono-  pall hn* lately mado fiU flr������t platform appearance at tlie mature a������������  itt *even remind* on* ihut ho ha*  L"<;u futlu't-l'V- --tno'i blnlt, yot w<*ra  his father, the fifth maroueh*, alive  f-wl/iy bo m'oiiM fio wit li in n few  week* of rnU-Tinjt on his ninetieth  y<>ar. The I)uk������ of Norfolk will be  well ovf-r eighty when hi* ton and  lielr attain* hi* majority, while be.  tween the cMcU dnuahter of th������ Karl  f<f Abingdon-Lady Hdwund Talbct���������  '��������� nnri his- yntinfl*e������f-~I.������idy IVfly H*r������i������  ���������theie Is an interval of nearly forty  ��������� raara,  -^^v,,,  DODDS \  t KIDNEY;  ^v PILLS  f,,A||iT{.5  In  this  present  year  or   scarcity,  tlutre Is a greater demand than usual  ill   JXIgiitUU   i'>t    Cm.. *.'..!   -.-.'.I      l..w  ���������lij'nW fTfiTO Ounndn hie������ beon limited  owing to the small erop of apples mid  tlio greater portion retailed for con-  Miinption as fruit. Inquiries are therefore lining iiiiide tut irc������h sources of  supply,   lu connection with theso In-  unit"whiles in the ������outii of Viiigland tho  (.apriority of loeal-mado olelor Is  ulrowjly asserted, th<-r-' is in the mid.  lauds considerable demand for the im-  wrted product.  It is claimed that ow.  ng to the greater miiu������hiii������i prevailing  during tne ripenim? *������t������*o!i, Canadian  itmiU'f yield a liner ari:ci������ tliiui can  be obtained even tnun th<' best bhnid*1  ot hngiiidi varietur.���������Ciui4������d,������iiii Century.    A Big E������*.  A |too������e belonging to Mr. F. Dautla,  r,f CaMle* Hwlltiphnm, liripland. hae  laid an effg mcitsunng a loot and ft  <iuaH������-*r in nr<Mimterene<? lengthwtye,  ���������nd weighing 101-2 ounce*.  Here's a Home DyeI  That  ANYONE  Oun U������o.  HOME DVCINQ Iim  klwtyi been mare or  Uu of * difficult undertaking- Nol to when  you ua*  DYOLA  |(M*"-AllKIN0S.'>H  HtniJ (urlimpl*  (linl Mil Slwry  llimlilH N  'l'h������ JOHN  IIICIIAHD  CO., UmlnJ,  l'h������ JOHNSON.  MUMON   -lmll������J,  },liinti..l,l!.n  JUIT THINK Of ITI . ,  With OV-p.LA you e������n color>eltli������r Wool,  Cotton, Silk or Miaea Goodi P.rfictly with  the tAMK Vye, -m clience of tiling Jhe  WWONO Bye for the Ooodi you luve to colon  3  [what  I     RI  OUGHT  EVERY  WOMAN  TO KNOW,  READY REFERENCE BOOK  Containing ovrr Mfl p������S������������ *'  valuable Information, which  ���������very girl contemplating mar-  rlago ought to know and no mar-  rled woman can alford to ba  without, Important *ub)tti������  mora fully explained with full  page llluilrntion*. Thle valuable book wilt be mailed In  plain wrapper pott paid to any  addrett In Canada upon receipt  of one dollar ltl.00).  Ready Mmm Book Co.,  21   Adelaide   Si.,   E.,  TORONTO, ONT.  J  W. N. U��������� No. Uf. 1 THE; NEWS,   GT5M33ERLAjKTO^jjgggjl. J^frm��g& L
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2;nd diy of July, 191J, ;tpp'-':'ooii will
be made to the SiipeiinienC'.-ni of fru-
viocial Police for lhe tr.-o.--o. r <.". the
Jic-f-nso for tht sale of liquor oy sm.'.i!   in
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Dafced ilnn '28th day of M��rch, 1011.
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after datel intend to apply to tie llou
MinUUr of Lauds for a license- to pr��spett
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described lauds situate in Sayward District aiul being the Cai-nplnsll Ki.-er Indian
Reserve: Commencing at a pant hituate 1 n
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north .1 eat coruer of said' lbneivej thouce
doe eoiith 25 elviius mure or len^ to iho
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Holder nf lu.ense.
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Dated tliis'J8h day i.f M-trch, 1911,
NOTICK is l-crthy (,'iven 1h.1t at the
uext ftieiling.of the IJoaid of.License Coni-
iniafriouers ot the City of (-un.ber!a"d, 1
intend >o app y for a ronmval <-f tbe hi l-
el license held by me for 'he Cuniherhuid
Hr/tl, titiiuted on lot 1, blook ii, Cum! tr-
land ToA-usre.
WILLIAM MEIi
Dated this 1Mb clay of May, lllll
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if
sms.
k ii, cum'.tr-  Iff
RHIFIELU.  i ffl
4aClKS8aaSH33E23BE3S^^
l 1
PUULIC NOTICE   is hcrebv  f.-lven I     NOTICE   i^i   herebv piven tlmt nt t
-tliii'-on_;ii_ul_aftcrJuly ibI.iqu. it shall
Iik unlawtul for any horse, nm. rattle,
*.vine, sheep or��yo,us to run ��\ larne or
i'i-ed upon the publii. sireet��, lino'-, al'oys
m unfenced lots or lands wihin 'he city
1! nils, except milch cows, which shall be
: 'lowed to run at l.iruefrnmscve" "'clock
��� ii the morning uniil eifjhl onnrk in ihe
: .'icrnoon of each day. Miirh 1 n-i, mint
1 c kepi closed in from eiuht '-'i-n-cl; in
ihe afternoon until seven o'cloc': in 'ho
moriiinj,', 'end all bells removed lr-m ilie>
i-o,vs nt niuht. subject to the pnn isions of
tlio Pound Hydaw,
My ender of the City Cminci':
A. MkKinnon, C M.C.
Ciiy Mnll, Juno i.-jih. 1911.
10% BONDS 10%
An  Attractive   Offering
for n Short T*2Pm-
Investment.
We can offer (lie com-viva five
investor for n short wiiilc only
nn opportunity of pUn-ins; liis
Htu'plus fun Is in a hi^li-cl.'iss so-
entity bo-ring a rate; of interest
ol ten pet' et-ut,
��>uiy r.-joof tlie>sc�� Cf>'iverl.il)!e
I> ������h.'ittvii'fs nl a pur vulue of Si no
each, available.
Do   not   gamble,    in    rjtoch.-i,
���������.������hares nnd oihtjr forms of 'speeii*
luiion, but INVEST wbeie yonr
principal and intercut i-> si-enreil.
WkiTK for t'nnhei' pur. iciilar.s
til' this llond .isvu.': H-liiA) '[������' par-
; "t. ''ir/* il.".' ted .'������*��� '.��� ii.ves'oi.s.
I'luirtiil :��� j���111 it.* uit'ii i:, ii; (v:,Kjuy
��s nnuiber i- liniiied.
Ta 11 con ver < iflice:���
1101   nnmininn
text m oUiig of   tin.*.   Hotud   if L o i-.se
C'TiriMlission"(~rs"~i!"""fche""Ciiv~cf"C��mlr"r-'
land, I intend t-i ap, ly lor 11 reuewtd cf 1,1 e
wtiolewilo lienor lioi-nsp held by 1110.  til-
ualeo   on. lut 12. blooli   (5,   Cumberlim! j [M
Towjis-ile. * &*
JOHN   MAKOCCHI
Dated ih s lfllh chiy ol May, 1911.
UTOriCli   i.s  hen'by yivon 1.1.11I nl tli  \m
nest, iritiot-ntf of the Dunnl .-.f ].i,v no 0-111 ' V*\
rnis��ioiiai'M of tbo City of 1 uinb-r mil.
iiitond to a plv I' ir ti 1-0110* nl m the hut
ol linonpo hold Ih' rnu ||,o   U'avi-rly
lln'ol, RiUiutad on lot 2, bloc'-, II, ('umber
limil Townsil';,
,        WANK DALl.OS
I luted-1 his loth dnv ot Mi,-. I,)ll
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MIMM.
FlfflfflV
tuiyiij
1 ��
NOT U K if) Imi-eln- <; vo!) tlmt nt I lit 1
next iiiectiiuf of (lie Uoai-il of Liooi n'f '
CommiSdionotR ul' tlm Ci y of CumhiT-
liiMil, 1 iiiionii t.i 1 pp'.v itir a
renowtil of Iho hotel iiccnt.0 held by mo '
fer Mm New Miiisl.'iinl llolol, t-ituiiteil on i
ti." oti4 Imlf nf h>i 'if, i-i hi. oh ',), L'uiuiifi'-
haul fowi i-it��),
JAMKS WAI/I'K!1S.
H.UmI Ihid lijili day ( f Ala.-. i(/||
ummv'4^��irm.lHtM.i9r.irtrtmmmnn.ln.9.-xaiv,itm9,%lm*ltlim~-,
NOTICM i<   hmvby jrivou thnt   at  tho
iii'xtnu'ttititf ul' tho t'.ounl iir LioH.i-oCiiii.
II1II-N)"!)' I'H Of tllO I. Hy of OlIlllllDI'l.-IIni,  U'l- ,
intoul to npply fur a ioi.cwuI f thn litii-
e<l I|o-i)ko hold by im for ih'j V01 dmnfi
lloloi, i-itu.loil on lot ft Hook II, Cumber-
land 'towi.iii
Wlf,.:U)N ,V IJilAMliaiM.
Halfil tlij-t ll'ith ihi) of Al,��y, lllll.
\     f*�� ^ ���   I W
&A Www V*
fill Q
.-*mnm..,*imm.m,immwji-*i.Mim.u-mm-m^.mmrMT
.SAYWAU1) LAND IHSl'lUCT
ATE a
The
*#if('i'*i��*'��t��Mw'^JM����*-wn��*Mt-MMr'Mffriww��ninr*i*t*M
Cl.KAN.ING, PRliSSIN'Cr
and R IMPAIR ING.
m*msMJMmunm*9l*aiUWm-em,VMtVt maawma*mmy**,ta.r* ,*|f m
n Speclnltj'.
NOl'l-li inhMn-l>,Vn)ivoii   tint   nl,   ilu-1 ���������--���--��� ���������-���
ui-xi; uni'ti'i,; of ' 11 ��� ll'iiii'ii iii l,ii,'iiim> Com-
inii-biiMiiii'n fur iho City nf (,'u hIioiIuhI, 1
nitDi.il In u|i|ily I'nr 11 rmiQvUil nf vim \i|inl ���
*uiti lii|iinr liooimu In-ill dy m,., (���i,n��|1il m,
III, (j, lllOL'lc  IT),   Clllllhl-illlllil  I'lllMlhil.1,
01Al,rMUS:r,A.T'n,
P4��'(lt|i!.i llith il yi'l'Mn,, CHI.
Niyj'K't" 1'Int-i.liy .,,'V-ii ihu. nt tliM 1'i-x!
'.n,<��� iui; >il tlio ll"it <! ' f I.i" n i'''ni.iini 1
��i'i* i<.h uf tli" Lny of i..'utiib<'i"lnni|, I in.
t'.'n,! lu npplj f'u- it i'-i-i-���< nl nl' -Ik-, -.vh'il'-
t-'h !-|U Vr ||i-(ti!;)�� Ik M Ir, n, , .j'tn.l'd
":i .01 1'.!, llhielC 7, Ui|hi!mi'I,i'|.| I'oiV.mI*. 1
1'ltANK iSt.'AVA|(,|)0.
iMoel thiii lfilh duy nf iM,i), CM I
HAV WAR�� LAKH DISTHICT.
j PiHtr'.cl,of iSiiywnril,
I T.MCK in Pew thu-. (loitr^o l,i'i"0(N'i- !!������
! <iihi(.').i'il, of Vmion'iv. I'. ll.C, ini'i'liMiiin.
1 ind nidi lu npply hn pi riiifMirii-. tin ui'dlui'���.���
; tr,1 fi llm* ivy; ihi^i-nhn1  IiiiiiV-i:"
Ci) I ,111'IM'i H HI II p '��' p|,M.|i,ll lit IJII.I
SoillilM'OKt CiH'DOr nf )(ll, fi.ViJi thiMU',,- unl'tli
.���(j Cltiilii'i, till .Il'll' iVCiil ?���"' lli.lHI-, llli'.n.'i.!
11 lil.il ,'J'I (.'Invinii, llii'iii'i' nui'', 7-"i i'Ii.'i-ih,   t'
jpi.h.1  of ..u..m.-��M...m.i..'t, ''''���lMi.il'i;;tluiij(U'|i|),iliihu)li)(1 Uiri|UUi(i|!llir,,tv|il
; (I'.'ll'.', 1110 'i If '('ri',
llltl'ljtil., l,KI('r'���iir,ll   ClMKlliTON,
! Uoh'Jrt lie iv C!,onmt, ni,;, nl,
^���KALI^IVn^DliUS nddi:(i*notl to 11m
���J iiiiihi'ti|{ii-.'il, Hint 'iniilof ml "'I'l-ndO'i
for I'ulilid lliiil-i'in^, Ki'vcl'-t'to, B.C-,,
will bo n-cuivud until-1,(11) l',,U,, MiiinJiij,
July tM,'H)ll, for Ihu udiiuIimicuou of 11
1'iililiu Ihiililiii^ ut lUtvul, t'll-.i-, tt.O,
I'liniH, i,),c.(!ilioiiliiin anil f. nil of. onii-
Ir.nii- 0111 bo iinen nml lunnmif tiMidui on
t.iinnl nt lliu tilikvu'' .Mr, Win lli!in,',iH'Hiili,
lU-hiii'���nl Aii'*iii<a<(, Viouiriu, \',,0., i,| the
l'niu, Dlli.'ii, l(i Vi'lHtiiko, ninl'lit IIiIm Cc
lailiiicin',
I'frwi.iH tnmlo iii|i io-h iinlilii d !.*��� s*t. I'inil
U'l li'lll Ull Im |-nl!*ii|i-|t'<l lllpn II m:"n!n nil
lilt' pllulinl In lliu Hllplili,-' , il' il HI��Hul
Willi llhil   M'.U)|ll litfiullll". h| Hlllt'lltf. t'.li.H'
oi!iiii[miiii)jn'uni (I'liot'H oi r.-i-i.it'i,oi.i,     [n
(III) (Hull Of lll'llh., Ill    IM!,lllll tiHImtillV, Ull;
iiiliiio orihoi.i'uiipii'i'.n iiiiil plntvcf ii'mo j
ili'Mi'O 11 i'.ii-h' iii(-ii o< i' ol lb-' 1.nn nm I l"> I
v.lVi'll,
I'i.i.'n I ���mill' nm I Im u>(.' iti,iiii.M',M.l by im
i.i.-.'iipti'il v, 0 pm 1 I. U I'll, ,1 Mill il h, uh, iiij ���
iiiii,i 10 III < ii|ij':r.ol tlio lliiii'iiit'.il,itf Uiu
All, i-iuj' nl' I'nli'i.t W I'I?--*, Oipr.'.l in li I) p' I'
u.'.it (Id ji,h.) ��� I' li 0 ���imiiinl nt llm ti iiili r,
vhl.ill  iv JI he i'nH'HUMl il lllll ,,e��,-n 1 tt'lin-
T >istricL of Suyv.-.-H-il.
TAKK' NOTIOK "th'ii Willinm
Oiildwi'll.of I iiinirk, Out., ininiiij.'
uniil.,' iiitomls '-o iijjply f'ir |HHiiiiH
suns to pni'oliii^ Iho follo\vi;i|.*; de-
scibt'd IhimIi!:���ConiiMcnciiiu; ut a
post I'In nicd ni I lie norlh werfi corner
of I.Dl, -UK), t!.irrint',ton IVnv, Sny-
wni'el Di-iricl. Ilicnco followiiif.' tlm
iioi'ih hmiiidiiry ol'- o; '19tl e,.ntn-ly
fur ���!() ehniiis. thonco noil li 20
ehnitit., tluiiii'i! vin! lo ilict-ilioii! line
tlieiieo Koinhv.i^icrly nhtl fo lowi,nn
lie i lioro Iii,(i lo tlio point of eoii)-
it .'OMMMiie-oi, cnnliiii'iiu^ h'^'H ihnn SO
neriv.       Wn.biA.M (.'ai.iuvki.i..
.1 no,  V.iiio'nii, n^unt
Diiiml Yi-h iiSili, 11)11,
���fi^.e-^m4n*tm..+r^t-.m****m*.t,+ +****t+m> t����M)f��iililNiMHNi>
.������AYWAltl) h\NI> DISTHICT.
fSAYWAiili LAX!) DI.S'J'KfeJT.
I) ntiii'l of ^..ywiird.
TAKK NOTICi: Hut Ann r Koiv?,,.,.1
liwst, of ViinutiuvdM", K.C. Umtiipiirt i ^nt,
iittoiifls to npjily f<��r peu'inis'dnii lopui'oliMM.*
thu I'.illowi'iirt deuoi-ibi'd 1-itulm���Cnniimii.ti-
i'i|/, in u tJiiht ]iliinlf.d nt tho si uthi'iifet cor-
nur of liHGIU, on ihu 'nn'lih boti.ulnry. of
lit .117, thouo.) noi t>i SO clininu, llicnco
en-it To oli-u:iie Mie-noc h>uUi W. olmitiH,
thu o J * I'M" "."'ohiiinii In pnintof <nini7ncii(!ii
iiimit. conl uim' jf lid') i'iu'm'i', innru.oj'- Iohh.
Alt'! lit" I! Uowi.isd l IW'I,
Uiihorl; ll'inry Clii'stiu.t, UKini'.
Dutml M��ro!i7l,h,il��ll.
Uumc!):^,
Va:-ic:*iuve.j��',
po ic'I^Vi-V iV
ViKt
li. C.
% ��..
' 11 I    'Il o,
I,
:,m
WlTltlK. in limOl'V   iMi'Otl    Ilinl    Ml;    lllll I
Hi-it nit'i'lhii? of  llm   l-'o "I ol'   Lieoticn!
(foni'nin ii'iiiiin oilhn'ity   of  Cua.biir. \
lii'nl,   I ii tend to H|i|��U Im n roin-wiil of!
.. I Hn-- i\intl<uiil<> liquor llocinu' ln.|,l h\> m<, I
Ditloil Mn. oh ILIi  11/11
SAVWAUI-* LAKH   DISTHICT
lllll U.U'JIlCll
���I'i-,   II   , ���,..
'"���>�����'I h'lu.'t'-.el mi  lot 0, lilool. 7, thin.horl mil
H ..
i      v',"h'.*   Ciifi'itm   titiix   it   L.O'hi  mul j VIC roil IIONtUtA.
~'*��'<"*   "���  t'O'T '-   f'"''"''liliuti'd thin imit diiyei'Miiv. 1011
��� > I p*��o!t.��.iti u.-.'l rth" loll living d cgiilt-
��>   IkiI'Ic ^i II I"   oi Sn,w u-il .'J-'riut, 1<C,
--> I) mn. 'nj.ll.' lit   il   p   it   pl'ii.lml   Ml    I hf
I
n. r iv.''-"1! 'K.iu"'    f T;'ii'��'   I
V i' ��� a <\ if H u i   7'1  i:biit.in
. *" 0   '    "   ''" i < >  i>   ������ 11 '
!���.�������� d'lt.jinp;
>��    hi-.1,it, j
*,   ' '    ���' >t ,
DiitiiDt of S:iywitil,
���r \t-v yivrici.' ,, ... i>���i,;���i,  \v;n;,���,
|,o Iin Clnr��, 'I Viiif, uv r, IL*.'., |��.w
i-lnrK, i 'tciitlH lo upp'y fur p^nnm-i >u '������
piiiuhiHii tho fiillo-iiiiu ilfvrri1 ol   IhiiIm;
iM/TMMVr   vi'ini  i.r.ivrL'^(,'m""mh,R '"' ",-'""1' lv,"",<''1  ��'  'h"
Uh I l W i\�� i   l I����.��.M   LI. 'I A i'.hS ,H((I1,,MU, | ,,���������������t|���, M!i{ t)���.U'oimii m)
SAI.K, (!oimistlli;_f ed   -"'inir -(.ho.    ,i,llillu_   rhnico n iOh IM  chimei. ili-i.eo
liulth'l'i*, Stirjt lit-'di'it.  iV    oio., u.Mt 40 ��luti< h, thiiMu i.nuth  111 oliuiuH,
l)i?,li'iot of Snywiiitl
TAKI'", in,th"'tiro, Siilni'.v llouHinnn, of
.'iiln (iiiv/ij, Jt (,',,   n.oi Ini'iio,   inl(!iiti< to
M|M)ly fni' iicnii'ittiiiin Inpiii'ohiiHn lluil'o!.
liMfiiitr I'i'fioijlij i.i IiiiuIm!--
tJ.'lllllllllieilllt   lit    ii    | mul.  pllI'lLll   nt   till!
MniiUiivi'iit fono'r of lot fu'L'i ihiinnii /mnilh
'HO ei'i;iiiiH, thonco fot H'�� ohnlio-, th ntn>
imi'til MO uliiiiuii, Uinimn oii-l HO olui'ii', I;.,
(ilni'c r.'f O'liiiinoiKiniiiuuc. (!t)iit,iii(iiii(f (lio
1,11)1,1,1, llll'IO I I'   I'MH,
.  ,',  MA    ,'L.I ���  1 .  ',
Huh I'I, HwlIVy O-iukI (,1111-, ll^iiiI,
!),t"lMi,nhOiii, I'.HI
"~"' SAVWAIll) LAN1) i)I.sTliTi:iv"'"
Ol'Vll
I; vi    r nt/,- \,    \ i��;iVS. 1  I'V   Kt.
Dj!e<lthu!��iilj't'j ot H>i��li, 'VM       <      ���    "
thfU'.'   we*'    I"  ���'' ���'!���'.���:.
I'll 1  tt I .i pill re ol   .,i I,hi
'   ,��� 'i.i, .  -r.-i    .;    ���   :������ -���
!-,,r!- ������ ^.o.i-  <- r,,
!':.���'��� ���:   '������',   .
Uau-iI Mnnj'tt'iii. nm.'
I
ini-i'i, i'iit.i in |
I
-���,,-1..'.     '
j ..ill Oil I p   II I" lit)    11,11.   l.'l    1"    t!.,lil|'ll'l'-'
I nut ��oh. .1 ii riiioovi lur,   it too iiii.doi' i c
hu i,iii;iitl,i Hi I (w (Olnilui),
��� ,i,,r ,i,'i, .< >i.i(l iii'n I    piti'll Id
c. ',   l,n !'������ '.--i "i- iii.y ,.''���'!',. v.
I'e  IT ml",
H. ('. HlM'.iiCllKHS,
,i, ci*. toy.
I.), piii'iim-i'l n( Cii'ihit WmL.n,
i it  li..;i, ���iiiur '������.:,  i ni i .
Wcn.p-tpi-ii \iill uni- hn pml for lhi�� ins-
vuiti <iiniis il lliey in oil itwilli.'i.t iii.llo i V'litieouvi'r,    It, C���  Hpunit'ir,  iiiteiidH In
onli Ir in id   I.) p.i imlil. 'npply fir |i-niiii��i.in to I'lU'olmfti) Mm  fnl.
loving ihcicrihiil liiiidies---
<"i nir.i ut!ini: at a ponl plnntcil lit tlm
**p *mma.*mt ����� *����� tM mam-am mm <����� m*-aa mmt <MM#k am ���� *4��m* m* *m*a><at. ����������*���
.���'..Ullii'ilnl,
jR*)lllflillt,
{){ )( Mip.onih Ml
11..ill.'p
TAKK iidlico thnt Ntlliotto   .le^oph, of
(,'AVWAHI) LAND DISTRICT.
PIhIi'Ii,'.!, of Huy wn I'd.
TAKK NOIK.K HintKiiiivicnii'iiHiniin,
nr Vniicoi.vor, ll.C,, iiuoliu, m, ii.ti>iid.e to
npply lor in iniioiimi ����� piiiu|iii��y thu (oi
Ion i u iloiMifihii'l limil- :���-( oiiinn :iiiin(; at��
pn.sl phlDtiil lit thu mutth u--,.\. ijoiiicrnf lot
���I.")!): lll(i|looi��ili��, KlOuh-'JiiM, tlie'iMJU nt,w\i
���KW.'IiiiIdh, tlionuu wn,.t'7r��()li.iiiH (inoic or
ini'l) thi'iifit llni'th 5 (I'liubH, Ihy'ien Wrnk
h.'i I'llllillM, thollOil l,l)|'t|) Mil Oil Illlll to | ui   t
or iMiiiiimiiui'iiKiiil, uoiitiihiiim flt'li itoi*<'��i
inoi'o or lu'H.      M,��,;iiiti-;i, IIkaiiva^,
,  ' Kohort Ih tii'y llhi'Himit, iii;i!iit.
iMh'il Mnroh Mh, Wll.
i^AYWAUI) LAND DISTHICT.
Dinlriot of Buyw'iird.
TAKK nntio'i Hint FniiieiM Hr���h'^Iikiii,
wifo of \V, F, Itroiinliiiii.', ot Viuuniuvor,
li,i.'., iiitomln to apply for pimuiinioii to
piirohiiKO tlio followiiiM UifiirnliiKi l'nni ;���
ConnniriniiiK nt n pniit phititcil 41) v\ir,\n*
wo.-st,of (he uoiiihoiiit Doriior nf 1 >l M7;
Uii(tuu) oiiHt I'.'O ch'iitiH, lliciuw tniut'li '10
elniitif. theneo went 1".() ch iit��h, tlcnen
ninth t() iilikiniitopoiiitof i'oii;iumi(Miii(i' ,
I'oiitiiiiiiii^ -IHO no cm, nioie or l-.nr.
Kn.v.Noia Ihiot'iiriAM,
Hobert Henry ClmMtMit, nffont
J)iiloilM��Kfli��lh, 1011.
!]-���     vmh     WANT
N!\"!!:,'r;    Ci.)
T
N CKil'l   .hilUI'll
int,)rrliirii,tfiil W'tin o/jlii>n,:rir
A W',\\; . i'i t\ .)T-
..\;
l
i m-.kiu .nwviii , l-H'.-m nvflmv.i'lr.f.'rV''  "i"JWllij'.e".��.,'
-  ',>,.,!-' Cih-it. nein-vCheikJu'it. wnut." tt;"f "'ei'"-   Hold lijr nil itnir,��iriht| or iniillnil I-i
v, \.n'.)\ ��� ' . i\-%\'\��,',:,::. w�� r-.<��Ire t,t or'm.   ��.>!�� ji,,t,t-'i,'-���
' r��itcd Mint" 7U, 1U11    .      ' titUr.Hrir.'iiivtyaodMmClclrioCrt.
I \('n.,ii.it\i U .iu4wi| TtttMaV)tCci'���� '/A---   '
-.raTS'NWS,   CCTMBETtL-ANnr,   BRITISH-  COLUMBIA.  I'"1'"",
e
APPLICATION" POR STORING WATER
(8 ) The place of the proposed- reservoir
for storing Comnx Luke, B.C.
(L.) Tha means by vhich it is proposed
to store thu water by a dim at outlet; of
Ij ike.
(v,) The area of the raaervoir ���sita   or
sites at CH'.ili f.iofc m deuth ahow. the outlet i
iSyOOO aomi. ., I
\    -; I
"   (v.) How isit. pcopo^ol  to acquire tho j
land ueces- a,- y Tor the purpose By purchase
if nt cess try.
(w.) Aj;pioximntely the "number of acre
feet intjiideil t -> be imp mndtd 80,000.
(x.) W ltiiher it, is propiisi'd lo t^wer tho
water iu au/ i.R'.uiat 1 ii<���� or sUniiiug body
of wa'er, and, if uu, thru���
1. Tlio auiioipiiA-U'ixteiitof the lowering Hot loivurm'.
i. Tlio DUiitifl proposed to bo adoptiil to
loner unit Mill	
8. Tbe ujiinro and oiiuraeter, in detail,
of the works proposed to be counl.rucu'd lo
provide for t'.ie iliseh,irso und peniiiiigbac-k
ol tlio wis. er \\y wmc.elo dam with icgu-
laniu (jutt'S controlling U,o auuhurgii.
Is5 giiaturt]
AVi:i,i.iNoi'oN OoLMKitvCoMi'Axy, LtD.,
\V. L. Coui.so.n-, (jonur.d AhwaRir.
(L'.O. rtdun-ss) Vic.orin, B.C.
Jnuuuy UStli, 11)11.
WATER NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that au
application will he made under Part
V. of the ."Water Act, 1909,',' to ob-
ta.n li lioo mtt Ul tne lj.vi.-nu i of O-.uiux
Disir.er,
(a.) The name of -Company in full:
.- ^Vollmgii.u Colliery   C :mpxi.y.   Limi eii.
Tliehciil-ilUise Victoria, DC.   ���
The capital, h .\v cIku-o i, ' ahowinu
amount ,j.ii'l u,-j S-'.ll.Q 0000 divided iuto
-0,000 -lijiree of $100 lit) each fully \>*\& up
(If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No   ���
(b.) The name of lake, stream or
���puree (if unnamed, the description
:.) Pontic f|: U-.\er.
(x.) The point of- diversion:    At a
poii t above lhe lalis  on   too   l'liiHlodg'
��� River, Coniox Di t.t-iot.
(d.) The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second):
070.
(e.) The character of the    proposed
wo k '. Ocnerjiti ;.' u ie t. p.nvi r v. o'ks, mm
eleolrio worl;H|.and ijl'iiu a il 6t!iei--niae!.-
f,     inery aud oonvunieuees ntui-sbaiy  for pru-
d tie m j, pnwir.
(f.)'Thc premises on "which the wu-
���Vi""is-to-be:-t!seci-(,dos5cri!,ie same):-On-
Of m ih-i vi.inir-    f tne \V l.inj,'t n e'obi
��� "pry Conijjam'i Ltd. pivper.-y and   hold-
'i-,j>a in Ci mix 1) ��t. ic .
(g.) The purposes on which the wa-^
,'.tsJr is to ' o u.-od: tlt-n-niti..*; eicetnoi-.v,
and...or iinler. bent, power, opor-ition cf
ni'iin'i'-1, rayine-i, and iii'.o-i'iii-i'y cf ah kinds
uudgdiiir.illy foi'-ih. exct-eiie. > full power
mi i priyilugeH nf a i o .cr lo.npany umler
V.nt IX. of ubove Aot.
(i.) If tho water is to be used for
power or mining ' purpoBCs tlcucriho
J| the place where the water is to ho
F| returned to some natural chnnuel,
and the diffarence in altitude between
point of di version nnd point of re-
i -ru .At a I'onviinieiit. plucu lu-iow t,in-
Suinghtou Fills, in llio viomitv "iill��-i
Jirown River, SeotioiiK 10 ami 1-1 n , '���>
Un i.ut Di'itiiet, Tne pnin; ol 11. ivu �����
nhiiHi '-'il'l lout lower iilntiiili' vhan dm iioiiit
of ilbc-i-iim,
(j.) Area of Crown land intended to
bo occupied by the proposed worty:
JS "i.u.
(k.) This notice wns pontod on   tlio
[,    six uiiiiln day of J'ut.iiavy, 11)11, mid iippl ���
oitliou will ho tiiittlo f) tlm 0-nnininiio'i or
on Urn 'Jlli'd day of l<Y.I><iiiiry, 11)11
(1.) Give the nnmcfi nnd uddrottnes
of nny riparian proprietors or lie-
onfien wlio or whoRO luiuls are likely
to ho ulTcctod by tho -'proponed wovkn.
\f)ltl)or abovo or holow the outlot:
'W tin.tin i. nuinry i.'iiHip.iiiy. I.u I.
Attach    copy of��� (inch parts of the
Ooinpnny'rt inumornixliun of ahsocIu-
tion nn 'niitliorizr Mm proponed appll-
cntloti and workw
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HERCULES Stump Pullers
FOR   SALE   BY      -      -
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Vancouver,  Bo  C.
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NOTIOK
Any person or ppr?o:i*, i-nttincr,
ivnioviiiji or talcing any i,lof,K-s;
timber or wood, of nny do^criptiodn
lelongino ti�� iho AVellingtori Colliery Co'y., or from or off the land
of the said Company, or anvonc
lippino' rubbish of any.dt'scriptiou
anywlioro upon the companys
hind will lu. pronecutftl to the full
extent of the law.
W, ], COlfLSON,
Cit'iierul Maieio-er
"Widlinoton Colliery Co,y.
is indispensable in the
camp, and for all
impromptu meals.
Add a li.tle BOVRIL
to your canned meats
and soups and note
the difference.
BOVRIL
sandwiched aie
nutritious and
loolhsorae.
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RUPKRT LAND DLSTUIOT
l>is liot oflinp&rt.
TAKE not cd ihat FmWa Mae Lkceoii
of Viiucouver, B.C.    occmat>on JWidow,
i .louci';., apyjy Tjf peri ia j. n tn p-���r-
' chase the followii (j di'&orib-ii In; ds: O-'iu
imiictiii; al at :i p ��t  planted   \lout   o:-^
mile uorth and 40 chines ��� ...-.i of the S. E.
coruer of-iSec.iou-1, T wmlnp  8,  tlwuu.
north 80 cnain?, thenco tns; ��S0 ch-ii s,
thoDce aout'i 80 o.n in*,   the' ce west S(i
ohains to plafnol coiiiUieni'CuiL'ut, ooatou
, "j    nitr CIO iioros. oi' r�� ' r li-is.
Soribed r>o poc.IiWLV S.W. corner.
Kxdois.v ^r.\K Lkksox,
1>'U t;iuk, Ageut.
i    Dntsn Deacmoer lltli, i9'0.
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P.Ialw* To;:? CXPZMSI3 F.ljhl    S
r.Ialcos Toi-.r CZjCUIT3 LS-Ist      \
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IWakeo Your 1?.U?:3 Li-J.t      BlJv
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CRDE.1 I-P.OW VOUR
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AUTun&.'iT4^w��nrAri��n_Auii-iwrrjti��_��in_jur4SHLiv��Nnw
The Courtenay Hotel
Kvory ('oiivijitifiiK'e for gnosis,  ,
Tho Cuntial Hotel ,for Sportaiuon
No.io Inn ihe, Hc.it of Wines and  I Ji|iiois
.it tliu liar.' ���   ���      '
"RATES HEABONABLE    '
KOTK.'H.
iii^iniron loconiniivrs and rail
���vay car? of the Union Colliery
Company by, any. per.ion or ptr-
:i.n.'S--except lain crew���ik. sli'ietiy.
|n\)h.'-ilcd, liuipioy^es 're. ?u!)-
ve to f.Kiifiissai ior allowing  sum-
By order
W.. L.  COULSON;.
General. Manager..
\     C. H TAR BELL     *
Jt       m-trxtr "*T-��-J-i:i4w.\3Ar*��i��^ijr.tuxwkMiimmt�� -.-���Tfc-��--i>,
I'-ilEGILGRADE STOVES!
{/ A"rt all  KirCHKN    UTENSILS-f
tiUUl
I General Hardware
KUPKKT LAND district
District ol Uiiperi
TAKE notice thai (inrdiner Al-
i-xunder P.radv Spencer of Alhintda
Oiil , oeciiporion plum hor, intends
io I'pidv for renni^itm to purchase
the foiiowinq de?eribcd lunds-:���
Ciumnciioing at a post planted
)��l��out oil chains west of the uou'.h
eitst corner of Sec'.ion 2-J, Township
21, lltence west SO chains-', thence
South SO, chains, thence east SO
���.chains!, thence north to south ?ooio
of Wolf Lake, thenoo westerly along
south shore to wesr-end of hike,
Ihence eai-'t along north shore ahout
40 e.baimi, thence north'fo place of
comnicnee-nont, eontnining 4 00
aures more or lefs.
Scril.-ed ou pos'.G A.B.S.'s. N.E.
corner.
(iAllDA'ER   Al.KXANDES BilADV
Sl'-KNC'KR.
Dan Clnrk. Afienl
Dated lhvemW ]J;h, 1910.
.   liri'KHT'L �� Nil DLSTKiCT
Ditdriei of Rupert
TAKK noti. e t'liat John   Henry
Keiriiit-li lliclrurifon,  of   Vimco'u
ver, B.   C,   iceuiialion   S cainh.'^u
Steward, iirei-du in apply   for permission to,purchase   lhe  foilowiti"
���tle.-cril.ed, lands: T-Comniei-,cni}!,  at,
a piiist   planted   about   40   ehuins
nor:h of   the  southwest corner  of
Si-c.li'on '���>, ToiYiisliip 21, thenee we.-t
.SO chains, thence south 8()   chains,
-llieiiee-east-SO.eliHin?,-t-hen<'e-iioi-fh-
SOcliiiin;   iii   place  of conini* nee
nunt containing 040 aeren more u-
less.
.'     .K Hi K, It's N:K cornet.
���Ioiin IIknkv. Kkhiu.vmi   RlUIAlil)-
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Dun Gl.-irk, Aiioni.
Diileil Drennihtr Kitli, 1010.
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u,auNoa��w��r.auiim��n>ai,URlni>Miiil.
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*lf A rule Assoriineiit  ol     '&
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John Johnstoni    Prop
ftirv��OT*w��-|itMv'��iiiHfw-**mt-^^
' NO.T10K TO "THK I'UIILK!.
II ivinu hiidtii liityi! wuielin-.D-ii mid mil
in-, t'oiirlt-nny, I will* in In ism looji uu
li'inil ii nloe'i of nil I iii'U of Huy,  drain,
Witii.i-iNdTONOoi, Mi!  ny .   mul t'ceil ul, IowohI, lumket riittm,     A
W, 1"). Ootii.soK, Ch'iionil AlaiMuel',      i-ipceiully will In-nuulii ef ro'lcr enislim!
4     .Hie Choicest ('inirtie.s,   ,  p
|       Im'iiUs and  Tohncco       ^
<b     \"iincouver Ice Civiui'i,     'ft
f              -. %
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<*m><r>*4>M'i*<><>*><i>irQ4>4>4.$.**<lit>$
I F. DEUTB i
I)   r i ,   I,,
.Viul'iriH, W.C.
'J    liXH'll"   I'l'dlll (,l|(��  MI'.'.l(tll\NHIiM  Ol'  ,VSMui'|.
sim\ nr -rui'. \V/;i,i,in(itii.n Uii.i.ir.iiv
��� iimim:-iv, i.im'iti'.ii,
(i) Tu iimjiii'-i,' hy |)nri)hiiHi,i pmiiI, hnw-
ni- ni i-ny iilluir niiiiifiia' ,, .'���ntur or
,i;;|i''il.i* water 	
| -l| T��oi��ry ni P'o hiMiiiijos of	
el,-ut'in lijiil, liciil, ami piiHin giipply	
I'd J Ti miiiHifiiol uro mil) iiH'�� hi ��� iiii'di-a
pownr '-h cl-'iuM.y  uni! In m innl'iii'tni'i
nr iiinpiii'" iiiiui;, tiiiiohiiinry, ii|i'i>riiiii��,
mi I (initiiii'ln of evoi'y lliu I f'l' iim pm-
itturioii nnil (liHtrihiiUon nf eliotiiirly,  ,.
I'ei'il f r ImrHtu whioli will lliu1.!' ii mvihjf
0l' ull'i tllili-i ill till' CO I    Of    fl(\||,        Ol'ildni
Kivcn Hie ii'iiinnicr or hy jihouo ��ii| he
proiuiiily lillml. Thiinliimr you for ^mir
i).itr ilnnn in ihe limit mul HoHaiiiiiii ti imn
tilltl,IH'C of l)l�� I'lllllC   Oil    IlI'lMlluP   |llH'.1, I
hi'it io I'Dii.iii'i
VllllVM III I'OIIHIIIIIIll,
liVKON crvAU'l'OliM).
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UNluN vS. S. C(J.. of ll.C. I,ul
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MAt KIN'DS OK
t
lUIPKKTh.ANDUl-STillLT
Ontriel of Rupert   ���
TMilj.NorK.'JS lhi.t.Jumi'H IJiodMiiiw,
of iCiiijionu, I'loriJn, I'li-p-iutci-, iiiTi.|i.:s
in :i)iply for ppnaissum i.i |nircli;i-�� ih.s
following (icBcnbi'il liinJu:���Coinnn riu>iiir
���it a poit I'linmil '.: uu mwn ul tne S.K.
omii.-i'or Neil.i .|i 24, iown��lii|) ���_(), inuici'
iiiivlh 40 ch ii.ti. Ih n��i' wi-H', St) ehai-s,
Ihiiiiv: Homl; -W ohtiiit?, )hence Out 8()
I'lioiiK to pLiee nl' coniui'-iicciuniit, ton-
tuini"i{ ''l-ii   hitch nune or lenM.
.^erihisii on poHl, ,1 IVk ��.!���;. covujr,
il.lMKS IlKAD-UAW,
"an (.'l��rli, ayeiit.
D.iled I)<camber l.lH-h, -ID 10.
HUl'MU'i: LAND DISTHICT
'Dirttriet uf Jliipori..
TASK KTOTIfli tlmt, ".O'niiiloH .IikIhod
.Miner,* i-f (ji iiosoh, N,\'., iel���iu<| ih iij-
w.'I'totillrt. to upply i'or pni-ui'HHiou in
pure .', o ilif. folloiii'),' iliM'i'ilieii ininl-:
t;.'tn���"(<"vUu lit /i pout pi,inted '2 ini'e:*
went i^, th,; HI-; ion,cr ol Section'.'l,'l'..\vn
llfPKKT LAND LH-TlilCL'
Dtstrioc of .Rupert
TAKI]   NOTICK    thnt  Adelaide  Es.ttr
t!.iri;     r.i-wn,    of    r.rool.lieal    N.   Y-,
mart-i��il .vomau, iuteuilu to apply for yv?~
iiiifisioii tu piirctiw<o the followsi'fj d'-Muiii-
eillandf:��� Commcnouig at a  pose puir>(l
at soi'tlm-eM, cort.er nf Scotinu  Jl>, Township !>, ttienw l'orth   SO chains,   fM-nw
cast, SO I'lisiiu-,   thence   unith   80   cliiin-,
tlk'nct wrst SO ehaiiw to plaee of oo'nmi'n-
ment oontuiiiing 040 aun-? m in; or Icie.
Suiibt-ii on post A K.C.U'afS "W, cor
Aj)i:i..\ioe IC.iTiai L'l.mik liiiowx.
Dan {.-.ttuk, tif,���m,
Datod D.ci^nher 10th. inM).
UUPSIIT LAND   DISTRICT
Diftriei of Rupert
TAKE   notiee    ihat   Richmond
Chaile.-lii^s of Vancouver,  J3. C,
Broker intends io  apply   for   per
mission to purchase the fohnwiiisr
described ]andi-:--Comiiieneing :it
a popt planted at -{-   pest   beUvivn
Se-.'ti'.n 18k, Towni=hij> 9, and Section 115, Township 20, timice weac 40
ehaim.   tl'iCtice   t-outb   40   chainp.
thenee ivest. 40 elniins. thence M*uih j "^
80 cliaint; ihence east   40   chains.!     JRUPKRT LAND  DISTRICT
thenee norlh 40.chains, thence, east | District of Rupert
40 ciniiiis--, tiienee north VS0 chains to.
UPEIiV  Lt��\-  DIS'.J.Kl
District or Rupert
TAKE non\e that Re^-i 'l; .i-mMi
Tabker uf Vaue'itivnr, B^ \_.. (o'-.u-
pa tion Express Manag'T i^-'ti.ds to
to apply f.ii ptnm ssdon lo {'Ute'";iSt:',
the full .uy_\ de.-eri! id l'and>:���
Comn> eii-^ at a >��st plained
abo'- i 10 ch-^.iui tvL3 ofine eu, i. *'
ea corner of See'.ioi. _'4, Town
ship>21, the eo went .^0 chains!,
thence south 80 chums, i.,n.e��; eai:
80 ciiitiiiH, thb:.oe *:oi!h   K'> chti'i;
IO piliee    of    i;.,!r  i .-'jl.;,.;i-.^.-t,.     i-^,n,
tninirp 0-i'J aej-ji ,j;p-e r.r I -n,.
Seribecl on po-t l\*U ,f '! \ .\'.;:
1-EiIf'jlvAV .J.\-.: ������   T.i-KUt.
i'.-u . :."..iv, ii6. ���:
Dated J>ec"!nh ��� i t:'>    ]'J.\(i.
Jm   w ~ '������-v-*"*'����'-m-����nc maim*, at'V    - -r-t,. u   n *i  ��� j ��ri������
HUJ'1-UT i .\: \! M.SiM.Iv'":' '
Dm'net r" i?",i,.-;,
TAKE  [,:.;lc��   Hu'i'   Ma-, u r:-'o
Leiteh "f Vaeeouver,   B C ,  oeeu-
pati'jo fcf ,>ui .,��_.-. i!,:,.;-.,\ .,   ..    \'
tor perho-t-ioi. '.��� p; -.   I, ..,,- :;,.-' fvl.
lowing descrii'i-d lLi.du:- ���
Commo'ieinu at a post pl.'-'iNjd.
at lhe north eapt corner of P.��'jon
34, Towiio."ip i0. th... ce \veat 80
cliiiini-', ihence south 80 chains,
Ihwiice oaei. 80 chair.-.', thenco north. '
SO chains (o pi nee of <20tnmer.ee-
ment, containing 640 acres, more
or lens.
Scribed m. post, M.L.'b N. E. cor.
iMaRGCJEUITE  LEITCit)
Dan. Clark, Agent.
Dated Deeember l<j:li,T910.
piaceof comment euiont, containing
640 .icie.�� more or le.yt;:
fcjerihed on post RCJi'd i\ K eor.
RtCHMOND ClIAKIJ.'S  PilSS.
D;ui Clark, u^ent.
Da led Decenilwr 19ih. 1910.
liUPKRTLAND   DISTRICT
District of  Pviiqert
TAKK notice that Delia Brooks,
ol    Vancouver.    B.    C,   Worried
woman, intend? to apply   for per-
misMon to purch?ce  the  following
ue.ciiiied landi?:���Commencing at
pont jdanted at the   northwest cor
���m-nii���-Secii'Tr   80,   Township   97
tlience eaht 80 chains, thence south
SO oliiiim', tl.ei.ee   \vei>t  U)  chains,-
ihence north 80 chains to place  of
eom.r.eiicetuent     contaicing     G'10
nores more.or less.
Bcnhed on.Po.-t D. B', N. W-  cor.
DKIJiA.BlKiOl^,
Dan Clark, Af-ent.
D.-iled-Deeemher 17ih,  1910.
KUI'EKT LVNU DISrillCT
District of Rupert.
. TAKE NOriCK  thnt   Hl-.vird  J)y]w,
ul'  lliii|��l)iiiuli:ri. ]N V. im eliniii/i.in o. iik io
ii))|)]y fi'i-  poni.ifUoi) lo pmoliaKe lh��' 1'"l-
lowin^ di'soriliotl latnls:���Umn:i umnw.,'.-''.
,i ]l Ht pluil'id   il    lllllt!j      Wiht      ol      lie:
Hoiilh eiwlooiiKT oi S iiii'ii) Iil, T,;i'.rii-lii|)
.0, lii'nu'Mvii'l, fin oliiiin', ihi nee nontli
SO oliiihis, I'lii'uurt'o.r.l SO niiaiin, tl.iiico
iiurtli Mt) eh-'iiih t'i pl'ici' nl'niiniini'i.yi.'ini'iir,
uniktiii iiij; mOinji-i',-1. iiiaro or li-Hi*.
Sai'iin'il on p. nt KU'i, N.K, cornor,
hnwAiii) Hvki:,
Dim Ghii),-, Agent.
Itoted Di'.oniW lllih, 1910,
lua'KitruNi) Disriticr
iJitiie.td' iluport-.
TA K H NOTICK th 'i Thoiiina l-'iecUi'iok
Timlcf i', of Viinciiiiv.i, Jh(;., nili'ir unit
ojit'i-loi, intcii'itri to apply for po mi--
nii-n id i uroh kc thu lMiuwiun ilosorlho'l
liinil^: - Ci'inmei cin^ .it u imimI, ))|,inli-.l nt
the north we t, e jrin'f < f S n i m IS, I nun
TAKE notice that Edna Either
Fpencor of Abmcrfa, ChL, marrier!
wonuiii, intends to applv'for pe>-
miyi-ion to pu��"-ha?e the fol'^wii'T
de.-crihed hinds:-���
Cornnienciufr ;<t t post planted
at the fcoeth w <-' lorncr nf Section
2 Town-hip 'Jl, ti-.ftnee ir.-ci .-V;'
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His rider  'dismounted, and. nodding grimly to  the circle of cowboys gathered around  the flre, he rendered the promised serv:  ices to Stebbins and then entered the  bunk house, where he made a careless  toilet  "Wednesday night's beau night" remarked Fletcher, seanniug Luke's blue  ���������flannel shirt with a lifted eyebrow.  "���������"You know, Luke, we kinder look to  you to keep up the reputation of the  ranch, you being the most popular  *ourting gent in the outfit. You ain't  jgoing to back out and stay home?"  "That's just what Pm going to do,"  waid Mr Prentice, turning a dangerous glance toward his tormentor. "I've  heard it said that 1 ought to stay  fcorae and give some of you other fei-  ���������Jers a chance with tbe girls. Of course  I don't want to stand in anybody's  ���������way. I'm taking a few courting days  ������ff, see?"  They all saw and passed the wink  to Fletcher. That gentleman pulled at  bis long mustache, turned it fiercely  ���������upward and smiled thoughtfully.  "Thank you. Luke," he said at last ln  a velvety tone. "I've been waiting  a long time for a chance, so as you've  dropped out of the game I'll just  mope along the Chincupin trail to-  "aijgut���������i"got-a^box-of-candy-laid aside  for just such an emergency."  The Ohincapin trail, led to the Chin-  eapln ranch, and there was where Es-  telle Blair lived with her brothct  'Friink. It was said that Luke Prentice  mounted on Stebbins had worn the  Chlncapin trail down toi bedrock.' It  Twas a fact that ho had fallen des-  jierately In love with Estelle Blair and  that for a time at least she appeared  to reciprocate his feeling. Lately,  however, Estelle had grown cool and  "distant,* and now their friendship had  ifecon severed by the curt little letter  she bad Bent advising him that she  ���������would not bo at bomo hereafter on  Wednesday ulgbts.  1 Luke could not understand why matters had turned out this way unless It  fwan that Estollo hod learned to lovo  Bomebody else. Uo knew that Fletcb  |er occasionally called at the Ohincapin  to seo KrauU Nlulr, and he must at  'the RfiRie tlmo have opportunities of  injecting Frank's lovely sister. But  both Fletcher nnd Blair were rival  ���������uiloi'8 for tho fair hnnd of Miss dor-  fto Glbbs. the schoolteacher at Lono  ttVeo, and it was not supposed that  either ovei* wavered lu Ills allogl-  ���������nco tu the. plump littlo beauty. As o  tnattor of fact, tho two rivals woro  fcloso conipiinlons, and It was whispered tlmt In this way each kept track  of the othor'H movements.  Nevertheless Luke felt n flerco stab  of jealousy n������ Bert Fletcher emorgod  Crom the bunk houso Imuiaculnto ln o  twhito shirt and wearing In Ills bosora  tlio largo yellow topaz pin lie had won  tfrom Mexican Polo. Ills inustaehoH  Woro twisted fiercely, and hla blnolt  ���������eyea wpiirkled mnlloloiixly iih lie look-  ;wl nt Luke Prentice pluyliiK solitaire  toy tho light of ti lantern.  "Any messages you want to wend,  Jf.ukeV" teased Fletcher as ho passed  hy.  Prentice lifted n rtanenrous eye and  Wirveywl his coinpiinlnn'n setup wllh  contempt. "You tnlglu tell Miss Oer-  tlii 1 can't (jet over tonight, but I'll  hi oround sure thing next Wednos-  tXtty." he mild, lazily withering up tho  cards and snapping them Into a rubier hand.  "Minn GortleV" Fletcher reddened  tjuiwinlly. "1 didn't nny I was going  ti> f/me Tree, did 1? Besides, l reckon���������I didn't know yrfu'd lawn pros-  jwctlng nrotiiiii there."  "All gals Ih nllkn lo mc," returned  loltft nentontlotisl.v. "When one ain't  W iiulliif ..i.uih..-. ..iH il.-- J'vt fli -������\i  w lon.tr :i" Ibev'U n\r\f. nml play and  nmocw mo. As I wn������ snyliig, just  tell MIkh Oitrtlo I'll como around noxt  Wwtnoadn.v. Hn long, Bert, You'ru  ���������uro going to hnvo n moon."  Tleielntr ntrnrtft nwny without o  Word, his Joke on Luko Prentice quite  fontotteti In bin own misery, Frank  Tlhttr might tnke tho opportunity of  bin being flioro wllh Hrftollo lo run  aver to Lone Tivo nnd thus wlonl n  march on Ma rival. It wns u mnttor  thnt rerpifrod much thought nnd doll-  ������nto handling.  In Mi<������ menu tlmo T.nke Prentice wna  ���������rtrulng wllh hhnwlf nim'in**t hln rid-  1n������ forth Into the moonlit nleht and  mwallhig the rpinrspln and demand-  lng; nn nxplnnnMon from F.Me!li������,  ���������Jlwr* miiHt Iw ������ome ren������on for hot  Uot earing to at* dim ������c*<n. nnd tf  IKw ration waa FUttUur-wi'll, f.uk*  wooM em thit F\**eh*t ���������topped flirt*  Wir with MIm Oibba ������nfl guft alio EiUlU BUtr.  Suddenly lie arose and made a hasty  toilet Then he came out, saddled  Stebbins and rode away dowu the  moonlit trail. When he came to the  place where the trails divided, one  leading straight to the town of Perdition, another to the right: leading to  Lone Tree and one to the left���������the  Cbincapin trail���������he hesitated, and then  with a sharp sigh he turned into the  Lone Tree trail and cantered briskly  toward tbe home of Miss Gertie Gibbs.  Here he spent a pleasant evening lis-  teniug to Miss Gertie's vivacious chatter, enjoying tbe conventional music  sho clattered from the tinny piano and  even joining In the chorus of that popular melody "Because 1 Love You So"  until old mau Gibbs pouuded ou the'  parlor door and requested silence that  he might snatch a few hours" rest before he arose to pursue his daily vocation of engineering the stagecoach  down to the nearest railroad station. a  Later ln the evening Bert Fletcher  appeared, and close at his heels came  Frauk Blair! When tlie rivals found  Luke' Prentice installed as, court favorite they unburdened themselves of  large boxes of candy! and took a  gloomy departure. Blair galloping back  to tbe Cbincapin to tell bis sister of  the faithless Prentice. Estelle sneered  openly and then flitted off to bed without even a good night.  Back in the Gibbs house Luke Prentice and Miss Gertie opened the bores  of candy and enjoyed the contents  hugely, and when Luke departed Miss  Gertie tied a handful of chocolates into  a corner of his cleanest pocket handkerchief.  Seven Wednesday'evenings Luke  Prentice called upon Miss Glbbs, and  then the following seven Wednesdays  he rode down the Chlncapin trail, but  in every Instance, strange to relate, he  did not find Miss Estelle at home.  The Swedish housekeeper eyed him  blankly the seventh time.  "I woden't t'ink Miss Blair be seeln'  youse. Her says her ain't to home,  but her is!" she explained with a  world of pity in her light blue eyes.  Stebbins, muzzling the parched grass  In the dooryard, brought up bis head  with a jerk as Prentice passed through  the gate. Suddenly he halted and looked back at the ranch house where he  had known many pleasant hours picketed under the trees where the herbage was green and succulent and  where lumps ol sugar were tendered  him in Estelle's pink and white palm.  Luke dug his spurs (in Stebbins*  flanks and napped the reins about the  pony's ears. "Get along, you son of  Satan:'"-he-muttered angrily;���������"You  trying to make more kinds of a fool out  of me than I naturally am? Hump  yourself!"  The pony started forward just as a  shutter opened cautiously in a second  story window and a low whistle sounded softly across the yard. A soft seductive whistle it was, and in the old  days it always served as ah invitation  to partake of a lump of sugar from  Miss Blair's band. Luke did uot hear  the whistle, but Stebbins did and instantly turned and shot through the  gate and galloped wildly toward the  house, while Luke sawed at the reins,  mad clean.__through at tbe mortifying  spectnele lie was making of himself  before the round eyed Swedish woman who gaped at him arouud a cornor  of the house.  "She says she woden't ho to home,"  sho mumbled excitedly ns Stebbins curveted and pritneed and balked and utterly refused to leave tho hospitable  Blair doorstep,  "Tlion.lt was that Luke Prentice  brought forth a Mexican quirt from  beneath his saddle blanket and cut the  bnlky Stebbins once across tho Hunks.  As a result ho found himself slttiug on  the ground ten feel away with a badly  wrenched arm, while Stehhitts whin-  ulod sharply near the front door.  Luko dragged himself painfully toward a convenient chincupin uud  loaned wearily iigiihiRt 'tlio trunk and  closed his eyes, instantly ho forgot all  hia troubles. When ho opened his eyes  to consciousness again Kstollo was  kneeling beside htm binding his arm In  strong cool bandages while the Swedish woman held nn lee cold cloth to  his aching head.  "I can got along all right now, Sol-  mn," snld Kstelle briskly, and when  thu woman had departed her volco  dropped nlmost lo a wlilnpor. "I'm ho  Hurry, Luke! It was all my fault, you  nee. 1 whistled to Htobblna. I could  boo ho didn't want to go. Ho know  hotter than his master whnt his muster ought to do, Why didn't you como  nnil mnko mo glvo yon nn explanation,  LulioV I wuutoJ you to Just bosB mo  around, only you novor, never would,  and I thought maybo If I mado you  stay nwny from mo we'd both Uud  out. There, I'm not going to Bay It  nil!"  Luko Prontlco wild Ills part with  Biieh good effect that lie rodo nvrny  from tho Chlnenpln with a radl������nt  amllo on IiIh Imndsomo faco.  AL thi. f.,rli.; 'PrcM'.re ro^t ���������."���������? fl*-  Jwtod rldora turnlnp: our of Hie Ijnm  Troo trail. Ono wns Bert Flofohor, and  tho othor was Kstollo's brother, Frank  Hl.ilr.  "Rvonlng."iiinld Hikelimpplly. "How*!  Ml������������ Corlle Olhtm?"  Tho two Hfnnul nnh/ipplly nt each  other, nnd llnnlly Fletcher blurted out  angrily:  "Tho littlo rat! Bhe's gone nnd itmr-  riod the onglnoor down to tho smolter  houso. I gavo hor a ring laat week,"  he mlded vlcloualy.  "Bo did I," ������nld Frank Itlnlr bitterly.   "I KupiKJKu you did, too, Lukef"  "Nary!'' proHwtod t.uk* Pi entire.  "Vre tnw������n ringing n lielU op to th*  Chinkapin, Fmnk. That'* an old Jok#,  but It** tro������, brnther-ln-lnwr lit  r*nrh*4 Aftmrt * brown j\������w, ������nd tha  I twri   rtthara   apnnfi   tn   tnaet   It  COCKSHUTT  Dealers sell the  best Mowers and  Rakes���������"THE FROST & WOOD"  <!  BEAVERS AS ARCHITECTS.  Villages Buil: by Them Are Marvel!  of  Perfection.  Beavers arrange their homes in a  neighborly way to form villages- and  towns. It has been pointed out that  they are lake dwellers for the samfl  reason thnt eariy races of men lived  over the water. The chief differences  between the two, however, is thai  men built over natural ponds, where-  ns the benveri makes a pond where he  happens to want it. The lahors of no  other animal on earth, aside from  man,- present so ��������� many interesting  phases- as those of the beaver.  /According to Macoun, who ha*  made most exhaustive studies . ol  these little; animals, whole tribes of  beavers unite to bt :ld villages.  Houses, invariably of two floors, bear  .witness to the uniform genius- of thesa  architects. The pantry occupies the  ground floor, but the upper floors ol  the beaver's domicie nre reserved for  his hours oi sleep and leisure.  The walls and upper part are remarkably thick, sometimes measuring several fiet. Then, at the beginning of hard frost, the exterior is  coated with n thick layer of mud  which immediately freezes and has  the double advantage of perfectly  shutting out the cold air and ol  guarding against the attacks of wolverines.  The smartness of the beaver is also  seen in the care it takes not only to  lay in provisions in advance, but also  in arranging creep-holes to insure ita  retreat in case of surprise, and for  its subsistence in a day of need.  The most extraordinary works of  the beaver are, of course, the dams  that they throw across rivers and-  along the shores of lakes. In this  mattei;. they--are. qualified" to rank with  the best of engineers. Two 'points  especially in their work attract attention, the first being the skill and  strength displayed."in"the- construe*  tion, and the second being their un-'  erring choice of the best materials.  In examining the. construction of a  beaver, dam, one is at once struck  with its extreme simplicity! The  wonder is how the mud kneaded and  applied by the beaver's paws, unassisted by even the trowel-shaped  tail, becomes a hydraulic cement  that, time hardens instead of dissolves.   T}f^^tent~6f���������re"beaver',r"\vorks'is"  ns surprising as their perfection.  Some of them are really colossal, and  several chains in length. Artificial  lakes of considerable size owe their  origin tb these dams. The extent; of  the dams is the most striking proof  of the social habits of the beaver, for  several families must have combined'  to carry out the plans, and if individual instinct produces' the results  of a general government among these  laborers, they must be influenced hy  a sense, of common interest as highly  developed as that of the bees'.  Virtues of the Squaw.  The Indian woman will stick to a  drink-sodden husband till ho drops  dead, or she does. The Government  is fighting the whisky evil on the  reservations with every weapon it -pos-  Besses, but tivi Indian brave will drink  when ho wants it and can get it just  as the white man does. A squaw  knows nothing ol divorce, sho would  not listen t������ you if you told her about  it. There if I'.t one method to help  tho Indian woman; that is to educate  her from childhood along industrial  linos. Unt'l a few years ago there was  absolutely no future for the Indian  girl except to marry, ,... That waa thu  first thing, provided she could find a  decent, energetic, ambitious husband;  only���������there nro ao many of tho othor  sorV Hospitals which have trained  Indian girirf are making ono constant  effort to enlist others of tho race.  She hns infinite patience forbearance,  generally a magnificent physique and  no trace of the "nerves" which so  often causo breakdown umonp ovor-  civilized race*. An Indian girl can  go through the most trying surgical  case with a stoical calm that is extraordinary, fciho never (jots flurried, anx������  ioiiH or worried and sho ohnys tho  physioian as a soldier ilooa his coin-  iiiiitider, In caring for cased of severe illness alio seems to live on somo  strange reaervo force and is a tender  as well as a painstaking nurse.  Her Present  "Sho gave  her  husband  a pocket  case for his birthday."  "Anything in it?"  "Yes, the bill."  JUST ONEOJRE  FOR ANAEMIA  IT IS THROUGH THE RICH, RED  BLOOD DR. WILLIAMS' PINK  PILLS ACTUALLY MAKE  There is just one cure for anaemia  ���������more rich, red blood. Anaemia is  simply a bloodless, run down condition. Then the body becomes weak  from overwork, worry or illness,  an examination of the blood will  show it to be weak and watery.: The  common symptoms .��������� are paleness of  lips, gums and cheeks, shortness of  breath aiid palpitation of the heart after the slightest exertion, dull eyes  and a loss of appetite. Anaemia itself  is a dangerous trouble and may, pass  into consumption. It can only be  cured by making the blood rich and  red, thereby enabling it to carry the  necessary nourishment to every part  of the body. .   >  ��������� It is a proved fact that Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have cured thousands, and thousands of , cases of  anaemia. They are really intended to  make new, rich hlood and are compounded in the most scientifiic mariner with the finest ingredients for the  blood known to medical science.  These Pills. are not a cure-all. They  are intended to cure only those diseases that have their origin in poor,  watery, blood, and starved, weakened  nerves, and the record of their success  in doing this is, their constantly increasing popularity in every part of  the world.  Mrs. R.Colton, Golden, B.C., saj's:  ���������"As a matter of duty I wish to say  a word in praise of Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills for what they have done  for my daughters; one 16 and ������ the  other 18 years of age. Both were pale  and bloodless and suffered from many  of the symptoms of anaemia. They  would tire easily, suffered from frequent headaches, were easily discouraged, and often freiful. I saw in our  home paper the story of a young girl  who had similarly suffered nnd was  cured  through   the  vise   of  Dr.  Wil-  -liamsL_P-ink___Pill5, I .bought   three  boxes of the Pills and my daughters  started to take them. Before they  were done they began to feel better  and look better, and I got a half  dozen more boxes, and by the time  these were, used, they were .enjoying  the best of health, with rosy cheeks  and not like the same girls at all. I  also gave the Tills to my little boy  who had rheumatism, and they completely cured him."  ���������Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 50 cents a box or six boxes  for*.'$2:50, from The Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co-. Broekville. Ont.  .. Only by working does a man get a  chance to rest.  An Arduous Task,  To ho Ornnd MiiHter of tho flrnnd  I/xIko of Canada entails more netuiil  labor than most position* of honor,  It means almost continuous travel,  ing, as a grand rnnator keeps in close  touch with tho wholo body of Masonry by vi.siling the vurious lodges, la  this wny ho enn erltfofzn nnd suggest and keep to a high standard the  tone of tho wholo ordor. But It  iiieiuiR labor and often late hours,  When ho was in Toronto rocontly His  Honor D. F, MnoWnlt, senior county  judgo of J^imhton, tho present head  .   '      I' ������/      . I 1      , .... -lr.,1 ...111*  npprov'M the recently report ed niter*  mice of King George ns to tho neecs.  alty ol "early to hod and early to  rine," and confirm ndo-d them to lhe  eoimldcrntiori of everyone who has  anything to do with tho conducting  *   .    i        ..���������.*:.....  V������    W-'K-    ���������������������������'   '���������  ���������������������������������������������-    ���������  Thoy Bay that tho most energetift  grand master flrnnd Lodge ever hn*\  was Mr. John Uoss Robertson. H is  Hnid that it was not an uncommon  occurrence for him to visit four lodges  In a day, delivering nn address at  em������h. It hoing iieon.Mnr,v, in somo in.  stances, to call u lodge together m  tl^������ Tnomln<r, ������o thnt h������ could get  through witii In* program.  A Ouro for RheumntUm,���������A painful and  persistent form of rheumatism is oo.nscd  by impurities In tho blood, tlio result, of  defective action of the livor nnd kidneys,  The blood hncomcR tainted bv tho intro-  duction of iirlfl odd, which onuses rnuoh  pain in the tissiicH nnd in the joints,  ���������Pnrmolop's Voftctn.blo Tills ore known to  have effected mnnv romarkablo euros,  and thoir hho is strongly recommended.  A trial of thorn will convlnco anyono of  thoir value  Copper may bo cleaned by scouring  with a cut lemon dipped in salt.  j aba ft a It hwirttly, forpottltiK their own  rhnprtn In tli* hnpolnsi* of their com*  I fid*.  More ������o.  Kicker���������Tlucro    i-     iiMhinc     tt-u  ���������._ , mnko* n  woman  ������<������ hnppy n*  to e.-t  anif j a four dollar hn' for ihri-i> ������n;hty-livii.  hnioker���������*>h. V*'������. vli.ii- i.i  Kiekar-Whntt  SnioUor���������To u������"t <m < ������ht do'.lnr hat  (or *������ven eiuhty-iiuie.  Minnrd'e Liniment usod by physicians  An English cruiser, which had boon  In tho water for seven years, was rocontly relieved ol forty tons of barnacles, mussels nnd vegetable growth.  Eczema Worse  in the Spring  The   Blood   is   Watery���������Difficult   to  Get tho Healing Procoss  Started,  But Whntovor the Cause   You   Can  Roliove tho Itching nnd Heal  tho 8oros With  DR, CHASE'S OINTMENT  Bait rheum and eczema nro usually  worst) at this time of yonr boeiiuso of  the sudden chnngo of temperature  and the watery condition of the  hlood.  It is not noeessnry to rofor to tho  suffering caused from the intense  itching nor to the tendency of those  nilrneiitH to spread ovor tho entire  body. The essential point is how to  bring about cure, and if you have  boon reading tho cures reported from  time to time In this paper you will  nlrendy   know  that  tlioro is nothing  ��������� ���������'       -r       <*" ���������     r\,   t i       .   ���������    ������������vrt  JlhU   Ul.   .,,,,..,,..>   ������>���������.,,.,..,...   ...)   ..   . ...  for ccwmn, p,nH Thonin, p^orlaM* nnd  every form of Itching skin disonao.  This ointment atops tho itching  nlinofti ns soon as applied, lessons lhe  discharge from the visiclos or blla-  tors, cleans out tho morbid growth  k,,1' ,-',.;..;.1..',     !!:������������������ irr;!T"i, r-r Vic<t1lni*  Because other treatments havo fail*  ed, you may fool discouraged. But  in Dr, Chase'a Ointment thero l������ a  cum for you. Wo know this bocnuso  of tho reports wo havo received from  ao many thousands of cases.  Por instance thoro Is tho curo of  Mrs. Nettio Massoy oi Comeeon, Ont.,  who had psorinsin or chronlo ecr.cma  m> had that itlmortl the wliulu body  was covered with ������ore������, and three  doctors failed lo pure hor. Ono doctor said sho ttinltl never he cured.  Write to Mra. Mnaaoy about her case.  Dr. Chase's Ointment, COc. ft l>ox,  at nil dealers, or Edmonson, Bales  h Co., LUuiUd, Tutuuto.  ROYAL SALUTES.  fTie Much-Esteemed Greetings Given  to Royalty.  Of the various salutations that pass  between sovereign and people, the  most popular is undoubtedly the handshake. It. is pleasant0 to have felt  the grip of a king���������an experience to  remember and make much of.  A North country miner, whom the  King had decorated and shaken hands  with for some deed of heroism, waa  welcomed  on  returning  home  by   a  erowd of friends. They were surprised,:  however, when he persistently ignored!  their hands, proffered in congratulation, and kept his own at the bottom!  of his trouser-pocket.  "How's this, mate?' 'said a friend.i  "Hast turned proud?"  The miner cautiously drew his right  hand from, his pocket, regarded it a  moment in admiration, and then returned it decisively to the depths it,  came from.  "Na, na, lads!" he exclaimed, with  a sly twinkle in his eye.   "Ye canna>  expect it; I've shaken hands with, the  King!"  The value of the "big man's handshake" is thoroughly understood >n  America. A political "captain" will  stand for hours shaking hands with  th v endless file of his supporters. The  President himself is not exempt. On:  the occasion of the Inauguration Ball  at Washington, Mr. Taft went through  the ceremony, it was calculated, just  4,500 times.  To those unversed in court etiquette,,  another form of salutation, that of  kissing the   royal    hand,  sometimes  Eroves a veritable trap. The poet-  ongfellow, describing his presentation to Queen Victoria, tells how he  unwittingly grasped the hand which'  the Queen held out to him. He noticed a look of surprise on her face,  but did not realize till afterwards that  Her Majesty intended her hand to be  kissed.  This rather formal mode ofsaluta-  tion, though it enters into many court  ceremonies, is not carried to such an  extreme in England as at Madrid,  on: of the most conservative courts  In Europe. When the second of the  young Spanish princes was born, the  little Prince of the Asturias was just  twelve months old. But already he  seems to have been instructed hi court  etiquette, for on his baby brother be-  in^ shown to him, he immediately  -held-out~his~hand-for-the~infant-to-  kissl  When .king meets king, the usual  greeting is a kiss on both' cheeks. The  iwo monarchs embrace by lightly holding each others shoulders, and saluting first on one cheek and then immediately afterwards the other.  ���������",'.: *.ie raising of the hat and bowing;  which are the only forms of salutation  that the ordinary mortal can expect to  receive.from royalty, are most fatiguing operations, if long continued.  Queen Victoria never spared herself  in this respect. Even in the Diamond;  Jubilee procession^when seventy-eight  years of age, she bowed almost con-i  tinuously for by far the greater part  of the route.  That tho youngest members of the  royal family are brought up in the  same tradition: is shown by an incident which occurred.later on that very  day. At the moment when the crowd  round Buckingham Palace was thickest, the two eldest children of tho  present King appeared at the open  nursery window. Princo Eddy, the-  elder, who was three years old within  a day, in response to tho cheers of  tho spectators, gravely raised his hand  to his forehead nnd saluted.  This action wrought the enthusiasm  of tho crowd to a high pitch, and the  acclamations-were so "long continued  that the little princo concluded that  something more was expected of him.  Straightening himself, therefore, ho  again salutod, tut this time with both  hands at onco I  The Way of It  Harker���������Didn't I understand you tq  say he was a tried and trusted man?"  Parke���������Not exactly. He was tried  after ke had been trusted.���������Chicago  News.  HE'S A CONVERT TO  A GROWING BELIEF  THAT   DODD'S     KIDNEY     PILLS'  ARE THE SURE   CURE   FOR  KIDNEY DISEASE  Mr. Renie Moulalson was treated by  two doctors, but found his relief  and cure in six boxes of Dodd's  Kidney Pills.  Surette , Island, Yarmouth, N.S.  (Special).���������Renie Moulaison, a fisherman of this place, is a convert to  the growing belief that Dodd's Kidney Pills are the sure cure for Kidney Disease.  "My trouble started with a cold,"  Mr. Moulaison states. "My muscles  would cramp, I had backache and I  had dizzy spells. My head often ached and I had attired nervous feeling  while specks of light flashed in front  of tny eyes.  I suffered in this way for over two  months and was treated by two doctors, but they didn't seem to be able  to do much for me. Then I started  to take Dodd's Kidney Pills and soon  started to improve. I took six boxes  in all and now I am glad to say I  am cured."    -"  If you have any two or three of  Mr. Moulaison's symptoms you may  be sure your Kidneys are not in good  working order. Bad .kidneys mean  Backache, Rheumatism, Heart, Disease or Bright's Disease unless attended to. The one sure way to cure  them is to use Dodd's Kidney Pills.  A man is never afraid to appear  foolish until after he is married.  As a vermifuge there is nothing so  potent as Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator, nnd- it can be given to the moat  delicate child without fear of injury to  the constitution.  Silence is the only virtue left for  the mnn whose heart is bitter. But  at that it is a big virtue.  Ask for Minard's and take no "otfier7  Prisoner���������"Judge, I'd like to have a  v little time to think this over."  Magistrate���������"All      right.        Three  months.   Next case."  W. N. U., No. W.  A Bishop In a Donkey Cart.  It was somo years ago, whon ho'  wm Suffragon Bishop of West nnd  Northwest London, tliat tho Bishop  of Marlborough was ono day econ  riding in a costcrmonger'a barrow;  through a London district. Ho was[  duo to hold a confirmation, hut oni  arriving at tho railway station ha-  found that no convoyanco tu tha  church could ho obtained, To walk1  tho distance was impossible, Tho  perplexed bishop was.' nbout to abandon tho appointment, whon tho hum-,  hln costermongor's cart uppearod.(  With sudden decision tho matter wa������i  arranged, the bishop scrambled on  to tho cart, tho coatonriongor wltjp������|  pod up his donkoy, nnd the oplBCopali  chariot rattled through the High!  ���������treat to Uh destination. j  Sign Courteiy, '  Whllo notices to tho public nro um  ually mado  with little  reference to I  politonoRB, tho traveler being likely to  meet with a  warning cr a caution,  couched in strong   but   curt tcrmti,  there Is ono placo at leant whero tho  reiriird nf tho poRHorby id takon for  granted and is acknowledged,   At the*  IiobijU.*} ju������L minimnili; iho ll-asi IjitlJa.'  dooka In London notice boards aro Bet  u.i  asking drivers, lor tho ������ako of.  thouo  who aro  ill   within, to -walk)  their hor������cn past tho building.   That'  lit  a common   enough   request, but  ivJmt gjveji it pccuiiu niu-ii-.fc. hue i*  thnt i..e driver, having complied or  not with tho inodoot demand, In con*  /routed  nt   tho other comer  of tho  building hy another hoard,   reading  "Thank, you drivor."  Tht Spttttns Snake.'  A snake found in Africa i* called  tlie *!*itiintf Aiiitkt! hy tin; IWr*. It  i������ between two and tlir������e foot long  and i* e*peei������lly hold and active,  readily attacking every one who np-  pmaches it. In oonflnpm"nt it i* vi-ty  m\imi>, opening itx mouth and ejecting iti tang*, fimn which ihe poiNon  may Uc ofU'.u uLvivi'd to dro;i and  ewn anmi'iuni-s fo b>������ forcibly ������ji������cti*<|;  whence the niinis given It by tho  lknir*  A P||| that Proves Its Value.-Thoso of  .weak Btomneh will And stronprth in Par-  melee's Veuetablo Pills, because thoy  serve to maintain the healthful action of  the Htomaoh and tho liver, irregularities  in which are most distressing. Dyspeptics aro well acquainted with them and  value-them nt thoir proper worth. They  have afforded relief when other preparations have failed, and have affected  mires in ailments of long standing  whore other medicines woro found unavailing.  Wife (reading paper)���������Here is an  account of a man in Yorkshire who  sold his wife for five pounds. Isn't  ���������thnt dreadful?"  Husband (thoughfully)���������"Well, I  dunno. Five pounds is a good deal of  money."  WONDERFUL H  E  .<?.������  After 20 Years of Intense Suffering,  "I have been afflicted for twonty yenri  With mi obstinate nklii dUcano, cnllixl by noma  M. D.'h. iworlnsls, and otliom leprosy, com-  m������ncliur on my nrulp; ond w\ nplto of nil I  could do, witli tlio help of the'moot nkllful  doctor*, it slowly but surely extended until t,  year a������o thin winter It covered my entire  ]WMon la tho form of dry k-uIm, For Uia  Ituit three years 1 havo boon unable to do nny  labor, nnil fiiilTcrlag Intensely nil the time,  Every mornlnir there would Im prnrly n dust*  panful of dcalix taken from the ulifct on my  nod, Heme of thmn hall an law* im the enve-  lo|)������ rontnlnliur thin lottnr. lfi tlio hitler part  of w ntor my nilln coimnencMl rrarklnn oneti.  I tried everything almost, thai runlil be  thouRlit of, w tliont any relief.. The lath of  June l Miirtmi Wejt, In liopwi 1 ronld rench  tlio Hot Spring, I reached Detroit und was  ������o low I thotiiflit I should havo to ro to the  '���������" -"il, but llaally. ������ot as far as Laimlng,  where I hail   a  sinter IIvIiik,   On?  hiwoltul,  .. Mluh.i w  Dr. -���������  "in������    *     tiw*      w     BifMvi     livings       v^liu  treated me about two wnks, mil did  me no good. AU thoiujlit 1 had but a short  tlmo to livo. I eameMly prayed to die,  Ornekeil thronuh the skin ull over my bnck  aerwiH my ribs, arms, hands, limbs; feet badly  ������wol en; toe-no(U came off; tlnm-iislU dead  and hard as a bone; hair tfvui, dry and llfrletii  m old straw,  O my Godhiow 1 did suffer.  "My sinter, Mrs. R. H, Davis, hnd a small,  part of ������ box of Oiittcura In the hoiiw, HIib  wouldn't ulvu un; nald, 'Wo will try Cutkura/,  Homo was applied on one liami and ermJ  Kurtiliut th������rt wiut relief; stopped tlie Imllilej  nirnlrw >niatlon from tbe word to, f hew  ImmivUnrelv pnt, rutlrii^a Pesnhrent. ninfJ  ment and Hoap. 1 commenced by tsMncona  tiiWe'iponntul nf CliUleiira llewWent TbreS  times a day after meals j had  '   it blood, heal. ..,.(<������ vumiii*  'lied Cuticura olntmenlmonii  day, water about bloo  "oap freely; appll " ~   ... ,n|n.  I  a bath once a  it*\: u*������i Cutinir*  ....   ...... . -   , icura ointmentmomi  ns and erenlof. Hwiiit: ittunmltomyhoroe  n Jti������t alv weeks from the time I left, and  (ny skin,��������������� smooth u tlile iheet of paper,  lllrum li. Ourpouter, neiidernon, N. V,"  * vie iiUtifi fUi-ut   ,..., >������������ ������,t -^.t\-���������t.'t.,itd  with the aforM* d Hiram R. Carpenter, and  know his condition to hav* .been ������i Mated.  We bel eve his itatoment to be true In every  particular." L, ������. Blmmone k Son," Mt/������  chante; 0, Afj Thoinpwn, Myrehaali A. A,  IHvIjj Mlllard.IS,.Joiner, Merchant! John  Oari>������nteri A. M. Leffln|wt)l, Attorney and  CouiueJor-at-jaw, oil of Jisnoerson, N. V,  The above remarkabl* teellmonlal wai  wriUMi January 1������, \r\Ml, ami U i������i,ul/,UW<-a  bfetuM. of tha permsnenry of the cure.  Under date of April 22, 1010, Mr. Carpenter  wruU ft'uiu UU Itt'Me.aV huiu������, mo Walimi  Bt, Soy lA/islni, Mich.t "I have never  ���������ulTereif ������ return of. the ptorlafls and  althoufh many years have ptt*M I ria*������  not foi������������it������n tha terrible tufferlria J tridurej  before uihitc the Cuticura lUmtdfe*." '  Blare tM; euro wa������ -made^by theCutleum  Iteiwitlet, they bavt mi<1������. ihtif *������������ iaaaatt  wm of tha rlvlllia.1 motfi, ��������� ^JJ-paja book.  f.'t if������'i';rlhfair.humrira ������n'T ftfantlans tilth*.  iVtn will be mlllejj frea to thow denlffot fur*  Jher Informallon by the Poller Dr^i*CLtm������  teal Coroaratlgu, U������motu U. 8, ^   * T^ 7/*
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THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA,
"'Now, what questions have you.to ask me?'"
sens In other walks On lite, regards as ���
her first consideration tlw tee to be obtained by supplying a servant. But It
must be borne in mind that dealing with
ihe agent Is the 'employer, and if she
would demand good service, and, would
refuse to apply where ^he does not get
such, the careless or unscrupulous agoat
���would not flourish *��d make money
from dishonest or Inconsequent practices.
One error we woman moke is that of
occasionally   engaging   a   servant   who
cannot ^supply  satttffactory   references.
As only one who 'hits ginned knows tho
sinfulness of Iniquity,- so, only the employer, who  has  made  mistakes along
these lines is competent to judg<a of how
serious such mlsta'kes may be.   I have,
dn   my- younger  dayo,   takea   into   my
.household  more tthan one  maid  whose
���onty "reference" -was ,3, letter signed by
a name which, tihe bearer claimed, was
-that of a former employer.   In one case
I learned too late  that the applicant's
sister-in-law hod mado out hsr certlfl-.
���cate   and   signed   It   with   a   fictitious .
mame.   In another case I was too care-.,
less to notice .that the recommendation .!
was dated two years back, Jjut  I dis-.|
���covered   afterward   that   shite   it   was- *
written   the   bearer   had   got   into   bad  j
���company  aind  become  a  hard   drinker.
Tliat worse results did not follow upon
my  negligence must be because  there  '
Is .a special providence  that cares for ,
.fools,   of   which   class,   to   quota   the-
Latin historian, "I.was a part."
Since those early experiances I have
.learned to Investigate thoroughly every
reference, .and to refuse to engage th��
maid whose former employer has "just
SHE  Is 'discussed 'by  housekeepers
ttawghoivt ithe (country.    The domestic ,problem gnaws  more perplexing, .and'woinen talk as If they
were the slav.es <otf their servants.   Per-
haps we 'houeekee<per�� :are slaves,   but *
. w* do muDh to .ri.vfet iour chains upon
ourselves.
A reformation .is -needed. Since, for
reasons too numerous to mention, it
cannot Itegm with the servants, it must
with the ���employers. We so-called mistresses arc largely responsible for the
present conditi.111 of 'affairs in domestic
service. Such being the .case, we can-
/     aot expect reform until .we start it.
A student of sociial conditions tells me
that the only'class -of laborers who command the situation are what he terms
"the servant-girl .class." "They," he
affirms, "can make their own terms,
can demand a raise of wages, can dictate aa to the work they wn^_dOj__Snd_^
their emp!oyers~_wJii * accede to their
demands ratlier tihan dletpenae with their
services."   .
. Much of which -is true. But the servant is nut alowe respoM-elble for the
existing conditions. The employer -has
done a great deal to bj'Jn^; about the
state of things wMch she now deprecates, and fur whieh s.he .blames the
11 employe.
' In dealing with the domefttlc problem
are not we women Sacking sometimes ln
sincerity aud in tlie cour.xgo of our convictions? There .ane jexceptlons, I acknowledge, and I ,sat recently near auch
an exception In ��� on intelligence olllee.
She was Interviewing a stalwart Celt,
telling her what slue required of her,
Just what her duties would be, etc.
Then Mio llxeri ttoe wwaa 11 with a clear
gaze and said, "Nmv, what (mentions
have you to ask wi*?"
"Ma'am?" wa��, the .-Dtartled response.
"I say, what quesilaag have you 10 nslc
of me? 1 have asked all I wish of you:
I have told you whnt I nhall expect of
you If I engage you. But before this
matter Is (It'llnUe-ls' settled I want you
to mako nny inquiries y&u wish, nnd to
raise now any objoeiliwm you hnve lu
mind. This 18 a business 'matter; and before It Ih closed -huh rifles should know
nil about It. I hnve told you of tho
(lllni'ult polntH In your work, and If you
'I have learned to investigate .every referentm.''"
havo aaij ipnotests to make, iMs Is til*
time to .nuke them, For whtn you
agree to .perform tny work I wunt you
to know Just .what It consists of."
Sho did not fiimuU. inn silly, but de-
cldi'dly, nnd I found myself wishing:
thnt all women dared be oh frank aad
OlltSJIOkftTI.
In studying 'the employment affoni.'y,.
tho npplltaiarts 'for domestic pervlce una
'tho woviia-ibD omph'yer I havo cin-
cluded thnt t'ho agout, like many per-
snlled ifOr Kuropo," or ftiau changed her
place uf residence and .ennnot be eom-
munlcaitod with ln person, by mall or by
telephone.
I have not many complaints to mnko
;(w to iroiiults. Vow emy0.oyers have hnd
more faithful or trustworthy maids, I
record gratefully that one was in my
.Hcrvlfio for pIx,'another-'ifor eight and
.another for eleven yeac/i. mnd thnt not
wie cf th>; three left wWn hprd feeling
���cm -olths-r sldo,    Ono of them' did not
wish to spend another wtTitw- in the
country village in which I *ns making
ftiy temporary home, a��cttl��v had an
Sllness which ' detwuidtvi m. surgical
operation and six months *ffi rest, while
the third girl's mother wt-it blind, and
the daughter had to retur* home to take
care of her. And these maids are but'
a few of those from w.hom I have received faithful service. 11 is such a*
they who elevate fheir "work to a standard that maJttjs 'tt 'impossible for twie
' to speak of their '*>i.ution or labor aa
' "menial."   T3��ey dlgr.lfy thoir work.
My Kvadws .may (think that I cleim
to bo an exceptionally easy person tc
live with. Fnvr .i>om it! In fact. I
have exacted of .iny servants every bit
of work lior wliiitk they were poM. But
in my dtoJlngs >wlth them I haw tried
tQ be si��oei>e. JVmd right here, I belVve,
lies the point at which the trouble Ir.
domestic seimhte begins. Wfc housekeepers :are mot sincere wlCh our
servants, ur with other emplojneis. We
. are afraid .cf 'our servants, or ve have
��� a feeHng oif presentment toward them.
When tbey >Uu 'well, we sometimes hesitate to *tell tttiem so for fear they may
think thus, itheir 'efficiency warrants
their demanding higher wages. When
they do' wi'oijg', we are afraid to find
fault ihonnaily and frankly, lest they
leave 'Us. '(.Unless we get ���angry and
j speak ii����iulslvely���and this Us just tlie
time wIkui >\ve should hold <aur peace.)
1 AVh<sn -w* 'discharge a maid because of
acme evil 'habit she possesses, we have
not the Ihonest couruge to refuse her a
certificate of good character, or to tell
her prospective employer who applies
to us Sor this that the girl is unsatisfactory.
"But." said a housewife to me," "would
you hawe me take away a poor girl's
only dhance to earn an honest living?"
She4s'not earning "ar, hpnest living"
when she takes money for that which,
she does not perform, or for being' that
whk-h ahe Js not. If she drinks, you
have 310 more right to give * her' clean
papers tthat .will admit hur to another
wonum1*; 'family than you liave to put
a, menace.to safety in the.bouse of that
woman. 'If she Is loose in her morals,
what-r'lpht have you to send her into a-
home where there are your.g girls and
tioyK? Would 1 prevent -her earning a
Mvlng.7 "'Yes!���if in earning at she is en-
���dangeiiuig other people! 11 Is time we
���understood that sincerity amd truth are
��� the .standards by which we must work.
We wumen sometimes let "weak .sentimentality get into the way^of our sense
of ousfice. An hor.est mar. would not
recommend to his neighbor the office
"boy'Who''had stolen firm ham. If he is
���a fair man, he will let his -principles of
truth .and honor come before his con-
sideration^of=the��� individual,^-! J ntil^we
women do that, we cannot expect to get
fPBm'out-employes such sewlce as men.
get from theirs.
I ,do nat mean that one should not be
lenient.aHfl charitable with cue who has
*rred and'.ls striving to do wttl. But tlie
maid 'TfVh�� drinks, or steals, or is In-
.solent, or .slothful, does nm belong to-
this -type. Give her a fair chance and
take .time ito prove hor, but when you
ifind 'that .'Ahe Is unworthy Of trust, do
not allow her to ' Impose wpun your
neighbor inrmed with a ceii'Jlicate or
igood ichara-jter slgnwl by yoarself.
The -00)18(110111005 reader may not be-
illeve'that-Mils kind of thing its done by
��ni]ilQyers,'but il Is, I know ifu'Jd women
who -decMare thnt they will not tell a
���disagreeable .truth about a former em-
;pi)��jye. They arc fearful ot suit for
llibel. nerhaitfi, or they are, I fancy,
more ;ln fear of their own distorted
'idonsidf true iklndness,
But, with tlie honest maid om.�� In our
���entiiloy, whnt mistakes Uo w. make?
In the first, (place, we are olwrnauly
lux and sevewe. We do not run our
households on litislneBs methods. If a
main Is engauittd to do certalii tasks,
oho whou!d be cxpectwl id hu inem well,
.and .regularly. When .she neglects ihe 11
ishetiihoiJld he-ivminiled iif this fnot, not
flewjnoly, but certainly not In a tomckllng.
halfipi-qplt'latory imunner. One uj&y say
, with, (jiwtifeqt kiBulness, "Bridgitf, tho
silver,;|s riot looWing ns bright s*I lllto
to see Ut. Try to ibo moro carotuS. about
cleaning It." In the depths of her heart
the servant -will respect the woman who
will speai thus frankly, But remembfr
that it is only kind and honest to uiter
a stwtvttce of commendation when the
girt wfres to please you. I recall the,
look of gratitude on the face of a new
maij -yvho had served her first company
diutier after she come to me. When the
Rirests had departed I went to the
kitchen and told her of how well cooked
���everything was, adding, "You did extremely well." The quick tears sprang
to the blue Irish eyes. "Oh, ma'iun!"
whs the surprised exclamation, "thank
you for saying It. I did my best, but
1 didn't suppose as you would speak
of it!"
l/ong afterward I learned from her
former employer, with whom she hnd
lived for two years, that she "did not
believe In praising a servant." But
1 . also learned that she did believe In
reprimanding -sliarply wJien one did 111.
it Is a very poor rule that does not
work both  ways. '
After '.ill, wur servants do not hnvo
as easy a Uim as we employers like to
fancy. To "be sure, there Is the sheltered
home, and,1 nometimes, a comfortable
room; and, usually^ good fare. But thero
Is the labor which, while not exactly
lasting "frnm fsun" to aim." begins beforo
breakfast Jn the morning, and is not
finished wnt'il the last dish Is washed
after the .late dinner at night. Against
this, oik- snuvv place good wages, no expense ��r 'board or lodging, kind treatment, wild 'one afternoon and evening
"off" eath week.
"1 wish il .had as easy a job!" sigheij
a !iter.a��;.y worker in talking of this
matter.
Does mha.1 Would she ask no other
recireation 'for six evenings in the week
thin to .ait dn her room and read, write
or ww?   1.question It.
��1,111 evony kind of work is largely
wfcat cbe ^worker makes it.   The maid
housewives Insisted upon anu pan- .or
"specialists," the conditions we regret'
would not exist. .So do not biojne
Bridget. She is but doing what you and
1 woukl do���looking for a jiosition that
brings In the highest pay with the least
exertion. Are you or 1 above such, ccu-
slderatione? You may be an altruist.
The-Ignorant girl who has not had your
. advantages Is not, nor would she know
1 what you meant If you used the -word
in her hearing.
Hut ''ho do - know .vhat It means to
be "kind hearted." If you are inclined
to doubt it, treat her fairly, and then
wait until you are III- or In great sorrow, 01 sitting at tha sickbed of one of
your Ufinr on~s. If your maid Is like
most of her class, she will', sacrlflco her
"afternoon off" or, maybe, a night's
rest to "hehi you out." Of course,
there aro mali'��" who leave in tlmo of
trouble, but they are the exceptions,
not th6' rule,
1   am   net   shuttin"   mv   eyes   1      lie
evils tliat exist.   I lmvo K-��pn t'-e   .  \n,i
' 1 huvp siillercil fvi  >v.--     My china.
too,   l>:i"  i.'Cen  1 ���   ' - <!���-     i^o,
litis beon neglected"; I, too, have had*
.servant* who have U*d, some few have
stolen, some have been Hi tempered,
many of them have been ungrateful.
But that does not uiter tho fact that
the employers of these same girls aro
much to blamo for their faults. As
long as you, my reader, pjy your maid
more than niout of yjur friends cun afford to pay; as long as you "tip" her to
keep her In a good humor when you
have company; as long as you spoil
her and allow her to neglect her duties;
as Iqnfc as you are afraid to speak tho
���truth to her when she does wrong, so
long will her class give unsatisfactory
service1. Try to beuv In mind that her
training, hor ideals, her alms aro different from yours. Do not let a matter of
"feeling" enter Into your dealings with
her. But be just and kind. If you
would have her hor.est. straightforward
dutiful, treat her with strict honesty,
-  sincerity and justice.
When we housel-eeners appreciate our
duties along these  Hues,  a better time,
.will,come, nnd it will b��..u better tlmos
��� for Bridget as well as for her nominal
mistress.
tdimtJh* ford***?
S*~*r"��i
"She will sacrifice her afternoon off to help out.!1
��� m^'rwi ^performs fter tasks faithfully and
. -woll, receives u-ften favors that are not
!;'   '^ron_in_ited .in   the    bond,"    and    she-
v should.   When j-ou engage her, you do
'  mat snypUIate.tftat when you are 111 she
'" Ib ito wait upon you, cook dainties for
,  .you, nucd. arrange the family meals wlth-
ii��tft iUhtturblng .y.ou.   Yet she often does
;  itliin, und.score's'Of little tusks tliat you
.  idld ixufi.   hire ilitr   to   perform.    It   is,
I fthevcffoPG,    perfectly    rlfiht    ihat   you
ifthauld Allow her to go out occasionally
Ln the evening wflien it is not hur "day,
mux," (Or give 'her 11  whole Sunday off
whun yiu and y��nr family run out of
town :for n week-end.   Attain, this Is but
boneatv ,nnd Juattee.
ThlB its an age of specialties, nnd the
���tniilds 'Vtfko nre willing   to   be   "general
'hoiiMeworkors' .-aw-  few,   and   growing
f��w��r,.  Wo ennnot blnme the cla��s for
HO*.   *Wbt> would *iook,  wait on tnli1/-'.
w.i��* lOlstwa, make (feeds, sweep and du;
If ;iJ��e ���could got a poc.ltlop to do on!
onoklng,  or only wsvltlngor chamber-*
wWm-S  'K-at wlion rove try to find house-
w-ojiIwxb,'oxil fnll, ,w<e complnln bitterly
,/iBiatort the .genus tmit-id.   Hnd not somt'
.   Useful Hints
MAHOGANY or  any  other colorta
wood may be darkened' by polish--
ing with coid drawn Unseed oil.
To quickly cloud the windows in bathroom, ole, apply wllh a orush a solution
ot epHoni Halts mixed in vinegar. This.
gives a capital fro.ued apiK-ur-'ncc, and
becomes permanent If whlLu varnished'
over.
' When   two  glnfl'i   tumblers  or  dlsh#s.
ntick toKother so that there is danger of
breaking in gottlng them apart, put coht
wn ir In  the inner one  and  hnl-1  tho
outer one In warm water* and thoy will*
tfopur.-Wo nt once. v
Milk will blcnn piano keys satlsfac-.
torlly. It will tako out Ink spots of longr;
ulandlng. llsod In Hlnrch, it will glvo a
:.n*ntlH,fanU>ry gloss. It will remove dls--
colorntlnne from gilt mirror and pleturi*'.
framed. Ufii-'d with bluing for late Csir-
tufriH, it will make thoni look-lfk��'new,
THE   HOUSEMOTHERS'   EXCHANGE
IMPORTANT NOTICE
jryJiCAVBtl   of   fJw   enormous
/<    number of hatters vent  to
���*-*    the JSachuripe. J must ask
contributors to llmt their nam-
. munleations to tw-tvtmls, axvept
in (j(iso.�� of formulas or raofpos
,   which require oreater apaoe.    I
I   tua��if all my   correspondents to
���    huve a shotvlnff Ut  Iho Corn��r,
and if mil request in this resntwi
is uumpllcd with it tol'l (m) possible to nrlnt manv more' loltrre.
/Ktojiffoii is called to the faat
thnt Marlon Ilartand cannot receive money for patterns, as she
has no eoNtioeMon with ohv department that sell* them.
hivctte Water
WWilt Nomi> 0110 toll me how <o mak��
Java   wnter,   uncil   for   wa*nlng
, (,'lntli��i7   it  I* diluted wllh water
torero the cMUim 1110 put Into It. It In
��>*i'Hlli'M for K'iiidvIiiu fruit utiilm, Iron
ruit nnt] Iho like, It coiituUm clilicr clilorJilo
of llmo or poimli���I format which.
And It tlHTit nny wny of itrcvMitlnr
niider wobi from uccunnilnilnK In cmnrrtt
I sweep tlieiri nwuy tvery few dnyi, but
Ihcy return In rorco, Tlioy are not nlro ta
t**, una look liku ��lov��u)ly linuiokeuping,
Permit m�� to itivu n rcclpo for
Almond Bread
.-an nii'i n imii uui'i m imiir, i',�� ru(H or
*ii��nr, 3 loiiRpnonfuta of bnklnic tmwiler, a
���jiwrter tciMjioflnnu of ��nlt ami 6 wclf-bonteii
i-ffici nhoiitil ba mixed Into a non iIomkIj,
Add thnn a ijimrtor of a pound of nwcni,
almond*, hlanihrd anil waihoii, but nm ent,
-LABlly.  work In J}4 IItu/uli of the lieit
not luiveii too iiiff. Klour the kne��illn��r
tMtsnt w��ll. Cm tho rtntiRh fnlrt rilffi'i, nhrnii
a* largo m* a ii)taium->u��U |K>t��to, and roll
tli**�� on llio honrij Into lentlli". Tlirio
���houlii ext��nd from onf fide of tlm tmlilpir
pan to the oth*r. Flour���not greats���tha
pan. Hake In.�� tirlok iiven to �� liwlii biown.
At aaon aa th�� nun Ir rutnoveii from tlio
man, cut tht ftriM Into two or Into four
inch jil<H'.i!��.    if tli lu )��� not done at once,
���whll# ��h�� nttnnT\(1�� nr�� unit   ,���(,��� ��iwm  ������..!
Tlw r*��lp�� allow* for t Aottn flmi ot
almomf Drotd. Vou may make hnlr tha
quantity Ir ynu Ilk*.
Tlu* oil u��*d aa ihorlenlnr la not taattd
at all In tha bread when tn�� latter In linkxil.
tou may keep It a limit time, without nml-
fnir It awny, or anything but erUp and
K<8*i. ItOHB (Atrania, fin.).
I thlnlc "Javelle Wntar- la whnt you
would like ro got. Thi* I* my r^rTiio.
taken from my la teat cookbook, "The
mlaunlratiter't WeeK"
Put 9 poonds of hnkltiff rtoda Into ft
lorgte atone or poreeiftln-ilned t��'t ��no
paur over It 2 quarU of warm-but
not boiling��� watts:. ,8tir with a wooden
Bpooii im il the .soiia haB dlHsolvod,
���whon add hair a <pound of chloride of
Jlnio. bet luf jii.i in a wldo pan of
warm water, uritl Det It Htnnd, covered,
<on tho range until the mixture la iiultc
lliot. Then tnke it off nnd let It oool,
lUeoping It cover��d nil tho time, When
mold, drnw off the oloitr liquor carefully;
utrnln througli cIvwhs cloth, and buttle,
Cork eloHely, and neverJonve the step-"
Pftr out for a moment longer than necea-
eiu\v.
lUie cloudy renMuum 'k'ft in the pot
may bo bottled for cieurltiff kitchen hIiiIih
of Bitienae, nn It U a pow��r/ul alkali.
A nmall tencupfuJ of Javelle water.
jivld(\1 1 mill tmlfer of ��vr��iU'r, will uiu
materially In keeping th�� clothim white
ninl will not Injure the falirlos.
The icnly remedy r know itor tho nc-
miniiilHtlon of Hpfdera' wolw Ih tu kill
the npiricr* when you hruali down tholr
wohH, Kvcn in tho day* of wlno Agur,
tho Hon ��f Jnkur, tha uplder "took hold
with her hnrida and wuh In klna'n
tinliicei," D(-Btroy her, ami Jo not glvo
linr time to i1o|h,hIi oumn In the iiohi.
n Clirist-J.ikn Work
Wft livo in, tho country nml )imv�� for a
tuittminr a wl>low wlio u very poor In till*
world'*   Kooil",    Hor   i-yoii'-olii   uramlton
haa beon blind from hla -birth.   Tin ran Sunt
ano when n lamp l�� llahtivl. nnd wIm-ii iv
wIMow ihowa ��))#  iunllilit outrldr,    I am
told that qn "Wriitlon would help him to
i��o,   but   thry  rannot  afford  the  exptna*.
Cnn you or your rftidrn direct un 10 ��
hnipltal whuro inch cnwi are twitted ireo?
Ilia mollitjr la dead,,   HI* fitlher la. wowa
tliiin  (U>nil.   nnil   will   do  nnthlnir  for  it��
child.     A  CODNTIIVITU  (Prcntlia,  Ky.i.
Tho, Information will bo ��ent to you
on noon jih wo get It,   Homo crnnpaa-
���lonate rtAder will aurely let you lmvo
It.   it la a Chrlat-llka work t/i let Mia
Vi*,,..    ,.���0   *   U.llALl.tU   41(0,
When Cooking Tripe
In a recant laauo of thd'tCKcluinaf I aaw
a tttU* tit tuning atauut without lev,
I put it aalde for futura iiac. hut J ennnot
Hnd u.   will vou kindly reprint It?,
May I pa��M ov< r to, you my (atlier'a
rtelpo for ronklna (rlr*T
i����vt,r,��j,. ,��" inturii-in id tni*, 1 cnn ot
tomnioct, 3 onion*, :' lalieipoonfula of four,
I tt,t>l#ai)onfoiil or aurar.
Jioli tna Ifli* for half nn hour. Pour off
tho wat��r ami put In tha <nn of lomauwa,
Cut tho onlona Inlo (iuartera; add tha aumr
and pei'por. ana *ali to taato. Cook alowly
for an hour, nfcnd Hi* flour Into n amcoin
t>a��ta with a little wi����*r hoforo mldlna it tc��
Iho cont��nta of ��hi�� pot. '*
It may ba warmed over Into a good
"���I'lMnd-'tay ,ll*n"
C. A, W. tStat Y*rk cJty),
Havlnir alrwidy tiutillahed a requrat
for a rcpctlt.'uH of tliu j-tcln. fur i����if-
froejdriK ice cri'am, I mn hope/ul that
your wUh will be granted aooner than
If 1 wero to attic for it now. Koep a
bright watch upon the ftxehungo until
you hob It,
Your Inherited recipe for-ir���te Is.ap-
pi oclatt'd, 'i'rjpo l�� so ofW.il nnd ho
*yii't(KiouHiy mlsimed In the ciuakliiK that
it luiH a bud nuiiie with tiio.yo who have
iu.d iio'.()p|iortui)Jty uf tumlnx; 'It at Its
JiuRt ustate,
Have You Any Piecte?
Will you mercifully make room for thia
reuuoat of your-of  "wur"--Kxg|iun*t:?
I know 11 tittle clilld wlioxo niiiUicr, hav-
lint flvo other Hill" oniix id euro for, Inia
tii'lilii'i' ttutu nor niouoy to oxpond .iipnn
clnllKn for licr.
Uoar f��l lowi)nnmboiw of tho Rxclutngo, ,
whli'ii nun im ao imu'ii w un all J Will U1010
of ynu who luivo, n ft or huIidt (iromainAKlnir
la mw, rwiiiMii of jnualln, rlbbomi,
Uiim', nr any blt�� �� dreaa K"i**Iii,
whk'li >uu 'Iii not IK'"*, Bi'iul tlioni lu
nidT I will uiHl��,M thorn in tnaklns for 1liu
wit! ciMiiiii) (h* prolty ewaliliiir, lior beautiful i|lH|inxlilnn 4oaorv��i��, .
liy o��'�� "baby" iind only child bolng %
liiil ur 11. ynu hi'c, 1 lmvo tlmo to now for
Ilia Kir I If, if I huil tho iiiiiiu'IiiIh.
I liavu ovar SOOo n��)l|i��a uiithHinl nlonir tha
way tit in)- lioum'Wiroly (Uo. I aliould hu
only lot) Is up 1'.v to *i<nd you a fow of which
wa art particularly  fond.
Mra. I.. I- (Ilrooklyn, N, V.l.
Select, the favurl'a mclpen for un by
all meaiiHl
I have no rljjht lo lunort n reqiinat
for clothing. It )�� In direct vlolatlun uf
my own rule��. If I ak 11 Ik behind tho
LHiulvocatlon thai to ��*)< for (wiiltt nnd
ends of MtuffH Inrve enouuii to mnko
baby aprona and aklrta and hair rib-
hon�� Ih not heKKlnff for "cloHica"���tho
Krandmolhera nml fond niinCn nnd
"foollah" molhera nrnong my beloved
(?i*nwtltuentH will furlMMir to fwitno me,
Will they prove their fnr(t1vone��a by
wrttlmr t��"me for tho nddraaa of thn
.l.l.l.i/ll    t'iUIII    4,HIWIH> 11 i
Some Rriejlets
I Innlnao ti'varal "brloHela" that may h��
of mc to other houi*inothe*��,
, ( hnvo a number or bnoka which I ahnulil
l"> Rlii'l to put Ini'i our inforinnl ilnuliii-
Int library,. Any on*, who will a��nd for
them Im wcleoini) lo ilu-m, I have taken
ty. ru,������,i���,. ���,.,..,.... t,.,,   -_.   .v,ti  ..^..i,
I thoulil J Ike to pa���� It on to aome onn
*lt�� when I have rond It, It mint l>o enlleil
for In Iho aventnp and raaulary, an eaay
mutter after one nna < ailed one*,
I. Milk will removn dlaofdoratlon from
(lit pfetur* framea,
I, lloui"khoii| ammonia will put out a
gaiolint nr* quickly.
3, Orcai* wllh butter the aaueeoan In
which rh�� li cooked, and Ih* rice will nut
���tick to th* aldea and bottom.
I, T'j temovu tha ort or of onlona from a
illih, boll atronir aoda water Jn th* Olih
for (an mlnutaa.
', ft rur's ;t any khi<l ic't dry ilixl laalu-
|c����, Ihey may w freanennl 1iy utiKkltig
Ihem In lukewarm wuler.     ,
1.   The  apulterlnr  "t  ttylnt  fat   when
*��e* nro cooked In It may bo prevented by
miMliiK a ,wry littlo nour into tlio fat
bofn/ro the lOKKfd ko In.
7, if lliu imii in whteii milk, onstiird*
nnd anind draoalnir nro t;> bo conkofi b��
tlmt "Wijiod wltl) n Hoft clooh, xrcnut'd with
a JltUo lined, iTioy  wilt  tMlthor Rtkk  nor'
-*.'When mittlvK fnnhly talked bread or
ouko, titp tho knmi In bollluj: wntor for a
mlnuto ,aml tlio jnnk mny Im' moro iiuatly
dono Uum ,wlt'n 11 eohl, dry Miule, ..
Mm. <U. M. lUnk Turk, III.).
Your lirlofletH ��to unoxeepUomible. Wo
thank y<n tor iXutsn, ua fur tt,e Kunorouu
offer of mudlnjj inittier. 1 Jioul your
iiddruHH,
Jn Ear Trouble
i tM mo hiiv to "M. M." (New York oity), '
' eonceoiiDK tin' iiiaoiiurKi' from her ur, thut
I hnd the *mw*' In.nil' for mul))' uhhiiIim,
I took no fevur thun *,uy lii'iiiini'iil.c from
1111 niiliii'lil oar hihvIiiIIkI, imne of nvhlill
did uni iinv ki��mI. Al I ml 11 lili'iiil loll) uie
to imii iioruxldo of hyilroijen, I ihiiih-'I iv
little Inlo it H'j��;hhiii iiml milled ill- anno
(iiinntlty of water. Tln-n I wormed llio
inlaturo nnd had an nmlm/il pour It into
my tar dally, ���
llemiit:    I   huve   not   IjijiI   llio   illaeliurKO
alr.ee, nnd that w��j ninny >'*ar��./Wi,   .
HY.MI'ATIU/.KK iLoulnvllle,  Ify.).
JiiHteiKl of forwarding your letter hy
mall to tho ono to whom you como with
Hvuipnthy and advlct*. 1 ln��rrt It hero
that others mny profit ihereby, poroxldo
of  hyilroKen  la one of the btnt  iintl-
M>ptlCH for family line. It nhouid ho iip-
plfiHl to a frcali   eut   wher^   ihertt   In
duniier of bitiiid-pnlxonlntf from runt or
other foreign aubvliiiice,
// Summer.Beverage
A raclpe for KliiR'-r nly I* (inked for by a
memW from Ht. TJIeholaa, I'aV I eut (hla
from   your  Corner, a   few  week*  nao.    I
'.���.���:;:;   .'.  U   nLi  >.,,   >>��<.t*,
Ohigrr Ate
Powdered humr, W pnuadi: lemon or lime
Juleo mold). Ik ouncea; honey. 1 pound 1
liiulnod ginger root, il ouncei: water, iv r*l-
i"r.f.
lloll th* alruter and jl rnlloni of lhe water
for half an hour.. Add auttar, lemon Juico
and   honey   with   the   rent   of   the   water.
Htraln ttirnurtt ehecxel'.tti     �������.,������ it 1-
v-(j kk txilm)3 (iiiij, Mild Urn beaten while
of I wa and an i.unc* of ��aaene* or bmon.
I^t ft aland four day* Ufor# fii.lillnic
It. II. K. K. (Hf, Joarph, Mich.).
From a Shut-In
X hava been coiidned to mv beil for tit-
leen. yeara, 1 havo nrltlier jaiher, moth r.
lnoih<-r nor alitrr. My i.niv aoiac* 1* ri��i).
Irr. 1 ��^ad n i>Ttlon i>t a arorv '-t \"nr.,
I'.il.Udl.v,', )f4i�� aa>' in mirinl fi>rm,    I mo
b��en publlihed in Uwk form.   Th'f ��*���� a
imninr   H.-eio/nt    Ir,    ft
M.  I..  JT.  (nallaliti,  'fit,r.).
The ��|Ufr*��l(jn relailv* to (he look haa
been answered by mall.    My object In
prlntififf thun iniioh of the ptithetla
tu'i-np of a letter In to cjillHt tho syin-
pnlhlejv ot the K'Kohatiftc In the lonely
Hhut-ln; ftpnd ,to rne for Inn* iuIiIiouh,
und ttavf her' |nl.eM!H|.luir Jhooka tc lnl-
Biillo her aolltttty .hourH. Mor Btory
brlngH to ml nil vJvklly Juki miuh another Hhut-ln who itU'd lutit >ciir nfter
six yeara' realdejioe in a ,b/����ii)ltal tw
Ir.curuhloH, Hho wan an orphan nnd
an only child, and n> fur 11*1 (1I10 know,
"had not a relative, upon earth. Our
Ihointhta leap forwnto />ii|rcrly to thn
itioiii' of tho home In which abundant
fyimponHfitlo!) mIiiiI) bo made for tha
awful iKolntlim of llfteon barren yenrn.
���Alcniiwlilli), lei our nhut-Jn be rctuoni-
bwt'jil In prayer and In deed. "Inaannjcli
��h j'o did unto ono of thcMo, >'e did it
, tiMu mo,'' Ih a nure promltio.
For Faricost! Feins
IteivnUy "M, A. 0.," .ono .of yonr ccr�� '
ie��|,(iiii(,;,fa, inontlont'd rhulmib root n�� a
eur" f>ir jrnrlt'oa> veltia, I urn much Inter-
eatod in tbla, and wl��h to know imw and
1.iii-it) ,1'hUMi'li. root la i.ljlaliiiilili': in whut
rniiii It la taken, at what time and lu
whnt  inutility.
In flnawar to a ouory on tho auhjeoi, you
tolil mo that thu alKiiaturo In voiiililintliil.
1 now make my ajiiienl dlriedv to "M. i'j.
(1." I: K, II. (Illon, ,N, Y,),
. Tho roqueit for. pnrtU'tilnra of tho aliened "euro" linn airi-iuly boon muilo 10
"M. K U���" who will uiiKwt-r Ihroukli
tlm Kxchiinae, The rbuhnrh la thnt
known ua "TtirklHh rhubarb," and Jt
may ho had from the driiK��iHln.
An Endless Chain
Dear Queen Molhir nf tin- ttxehanuot
I'li'iiHn ifoNlat. Thia poor oreaiiiri) mix
bad her oyin oiieiii'il io th* fact that
that   Mima   Kxohuuuo    la    un   "undltaa
*,ii'ii,i "
I have nmwered thirty-five tl) letter*,
ri'toltoi' In I'lii'li tb< nm- I foiiMl eltU-n ���
elmin for "iculil**." Not ImyliiK beard
nj:iilii fiom a *lnxU' one nf il"- wrlieia,
1 ennnot tell whether or not they wore
betodlli'il hy lh�� recltw.
Hum '��� tho condenved formula. You
iiiay print It If you ilki-, Dm, ill,.don't
aend mv offer (which aome tmmlai in
rallinif an "ad") to aoyin.ily ��)�����,-
Cure for Scnbfes (J. e. Itch)
Mix with piilveriful aulpiiur innoth
viim-llne lo malio an iiliilhn ni. Ituh thia
lliorniiKhly Into lb" imn n if thu nilln at
tiluhl. while ilaiulliiK licfore a Iml flre.
Tj.iii alcitn lietwoen woolni lilarik'ta. In
the rnnrnfnir take n hot lath, c!i��ri��lii�� ,
ih" >kln well, ualnir plenty of noap,
Repeat the tiroeea* three linn�� lo b��
rerlaln of perfeol eradication ot Ihe i1li��-
h��". Tli'n tl����uae. all cUitdiiK ��""l bed-
1II1 ir to prevent a return.
\m. A. K. fllerlh ItranVflaM. N. Y ��
You jifiill have no iiimi kti��u-�� uptm
the much-bcnten-oiit rriolKr, The n-rlj.e
Ik *o ��lmpIo and oonolec   thai   every
brain ahould bv utile to retain II,
Helpful Offers
If "II. !'. M." (I'lttiibuiK, I'n.) want*
inel|ieii for onmditir iioeu nnd atrlnisr
liiniix, I enn Klv tlnun to her. I eui��
iiImo hend 1 nisi worthy Mclimi, for pack-
ini,! ei!u��, which-1 havo-uHi-d for yeara,
Do   you   wnui   11   foinuiln   for   "aauot-
iiiiiiui' to (ro wit')-your tiormnn roclpna?
And I inn tell you how to niftlio Oortnatt
. lllll   iileklex,     -fi-
And iim h niiyliody wool to, know how
to one 11 biend mixer?-.
I.hkiIv, will the member who off ere* iH^-
iii'.llniin fur llieiiiim oonklMK pleuae let \)H
lmvo them?'
Ml'*.  C.  II,  (ChnHcrton,  Ind.). ;
_ It iroON without H.rvlitK that, wo ohnir.
l�� dollvlited to ifot hucIi valuable nddl-
tloriH to our atoek of tritBtworlhy
mliioM, PlonMi le-t uh hnvo thorn at vour
cciiivfiilencc, Cflnnliut anil tileklliiK
.time, will bo hero beforo w�� aro r��Mtly
for II  n
Ah to tlm llii)li;tfii cooknr, inJiiuto dl-
wdlflim .como -wllh,-. each iiiiltntod
cotiKi'i- You,onn hnrdlv ko timIh*. Tlm
ciiawHii of iiHlnu thc.lniioi-nnH-fuol-hH.v-
inir tiiai'hlntw la rnnldlv ur<iwlnir and tho
warm iventher will make tlicm .vvtviorit
I'fimilnr,  " ^ ()
Preserving Eggs
Pome weeka^iuto In the ' Kvchanjra yin#
Kiivo dlnneilona for in'ciarvlni; eg���� In
wnicr-irkiaH.      ll
.Mnv I mill n few. word* to th��io dlr*o��
tion*? Vou anid, "I'ut down a larpe num-
lair nf i-itv* "I onco, aud four too aolu-
tlon over tlieni,"   ���
It often liai>pen��, tlutt.onft, cannot. K��t
.jijnny t'KtiN at one ilnic.. .My .plan haa boen
til iii-oimro the Miiiitlon.ln a la run Jar. and
If It I* aot In tha rellnr, fo put a bonrit
between II nnd the Hour. Then X add tliu
i'KKh from dnv to ilny���alx, oluht, a doxen--
Jum im I tan i>wiru them, .
I have iome now Ihat  were packed lant
Mav"" Tinoveil i'liVI'm 'rn"timV
lln  In
(M|i(in.lrfr, 'diey were, taken Irom the aolu-
llon, paeked In n obII and lrnn��pnrti>i| over
4 (,i,i<Oi,,i oiiiiK nn Uie (..un. 1 huy utic
out of lhe aolutlnn for two w*��ki at a
lime. We weic waillliK until, wo could Kill
moro water-HlaM, In milt* of all thi*. llio
t���.a ai*> ttlil In ��ood condition.
' M. D, (Villa flrova. Ill),
Yon have conferred n Renuinn benoilt
tipon 11* bv rolntlnit vmir fxiierlenc* In
tne iimUm oi |.ti-*eivtuK ��***, 1 own
d> aurnrlHc al tho alory. 1 hnvo never
Itnckcd di'wn im* In wntor-Kloi*, but
citicra tiava" retiortod favorably upon
the procpN*;, and without a��kln* qtioa-
tloiif, l hnd tne Idea that, onto piu-liml,
thry should not be disturbed or token
out of thf aoliitlon oxrept when a fow
w<'rp removed nt n ilmo for tmmodlntu
u*r'. Whnt you anv *lm)i)lfli��* tho proc
im miticriiiily. Aa you rcmurk, few
li(��u*ewlv��*r n��ther (jojeiia of eirsra at 11
lime fur iiikkImk. wberrir n'����rv h''"��
wt'iiiiin (tin tbo Kni!l!��h call them) can
inhl to Hit- atnrti muhr Hit.- luiutlon a
few dnlly. We nrt> your grateful debtora
for wjittriK ua tight. THE NEWS, CUMBER LAM D, BK1T1SH COLUMBIA.  ���������fVXM,  '-> 7>  (,-.  ti  i  kff^C tfCHiaMUl  A M  ..mm ".������!>���������    ������������������������-  ������������������������* 15*1 *M.������KfcOn. * m.-     *-t i  PA YDA Y SPECIALS  LACE CUkTAIMS AT REDUCED PRICES.  Old Pieces of <  hi  hi'id Paiuted, to clear at half price.  ON'E milv btsuuitui Inn ri n .-iv.ivl TEA SET, regular  nru-e $15 no   ').\ .--ALE AT   ONEi.nl.  Tli.A SKI.  it-.u.ir  price,   $8.00.      ON  SALE Al'    $5.20  Bal uce of Rugs aud Mats to clear at  BARGAIN PRICES.  A Complete S ock of Furniture to Select From.  ii: -..HI ft ANU,  FASHIONABLE   TAILOK  Ladies' & Gentlemen's  tail.or made   suits  FROM   ������20.00   TO ������35,00.  Cleaning and Pressing  DONE AT  Reasonable Prices,  Phone 52  Cumberland 8.0.  A. McKINKTON McPhee Blook, Cumberland  Conditions in Crow's  Nest Pass Coal Mines  Report   of'Conciliation Board.  1  Limited.  GENEKAL AGENTS FOR THE  Royal insurance Go.. Ltd.  London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co.  Standard Lifs Assurance Co.  London Assurance Corporation (Marine.)  London & Provincial Marine and Genera'  Insurance Co., Ltd.  Ocean Marine insurance Co., Ltd.  London & Lancashire Guarantee Accident  Co.  Boiler Inspection and Insurance: Co.  National Security Co., of New York.  Resident Agentsi  G. R. bates w\ w. willard  Courtenay Cumberland  R. V. WINCH & Co., Ltd.  Temple Building Fort St., Victoria, B.C.  FOR SALE���������102 acres of tlie  finest of land in Nelson District,  two und a half mih's fiom Cumberland. 40ac.es easily cleared,  83 acres good timber, close to  Grant's logging camp. School at  corner of place, bine building  kite. Easy to cut into ten-acre  blocks, tfor terms apply to N.  liarvey, Happy Valley.  S, fSAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Ladies'and Gentlemen's Suits  Made _ to  ^rder  from Sao to $35   All Work First Class -  ft  I  it_\  0  <M.  ������.  {at  0������  1  FOR SALE���������Pony, buggy and  harness. Apply to W. Keenan,  Camp,  FOR SALE���������40 acres ol land  on the old Hsrrigan estate, ubou'  three- miles from Cumberland.  Apply,������to Alex Wiiine, Cumber-  land.'B. 0.  FOR SALE���������20-foot    Launch,  Fairbanks & Morse 5 horsepower,   double-cylinder en-"  gine; floating boat house, etc  Apply t.:is office.  NOTICE.  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  ^B5  J>  We cannot see whs the hospital board should produce evidence*  to substantiate the ch rges made  by Mr Goss, as suggested by the  1 'Islander," iu its lust issue���������if  they can be substantiated. The  defence in a case does not produce evidence, knowingly, to  help the prosecution on 1, or vice  versa, as far as we can learn.  We think the board was anxious to investigate the matter, but  it was not of such vital importance that it could not wait until,  they held their regular monthly  meeting on July 7U1, They did.  not hold the enquiry to suit the  convenience of Mr Goss, but to  suit their own convenience, nor  did they know thai Mr' Goss'  witnesses were leaving town between June 10th aiid July   7th1,  We think tliat according to the  evidence Mr Goss had little, if  any, cain������e for complain r. If per  sous huve just cause for complaint  against au institution that is sup  ported largely by puolic funds,  thoy have a right to complain,  and thoiic in..authority have a  njjit, and jr. is their duty, to  'lioroughly iuvesi'gitie such com  pliruts. Hut it 1 hose persons  think they should, huve certain  foodn in quantities siiiicient to  satisfy their cravings, and the  doctor or doctors order otherwise,  then th:tl settles the inut'er. The  hospital agouti's that were read  at tin- business meeting of the  board al'ier 'he enquiry was over.  i'tif"i tflilshovv 'hnf ample provision  i ���������. ������he liiv of edibles ������< tho h������>st  quality obtainable is male (or  liiai institution.  SUMMER SCHEDULE.  The SS. "Joau'S will sail as  under:���������  Leave Victoria Tuesday, j.oo  a.m., for Nanaimo, Union aud  Comox.  Leave Comox Wednesday 8 00  a.m., for Union, Nanaimo and  Vancouver.  Leave Vancouver Thursday,  9.00 a.m., for Nanaimo. Union  and Comox.'  Leave Coniox Friday, 8,00a.m.  for Union, Nanaimo aud Vancouver.  ( Leave Vancouver .Saturday,  9*00 a.m., for Nauaiino, Union  and Comox.  Leave Comox Sunday, 12.15  a.m., for Union, Nanaimo, and  Victoria.  All Permits, for buniing, are  cancelled until further notice,  J. W. Grieve, Fire Warden,  Courtenay, B.C., July 17,  1911.  SITUATION WANTED by  girl, in private family. Apply  this oilice.'  WANTED-Teachcr for Minto  school. Salary $05,00 por month.  Application* to he in, on or beforo July 25th, 1011. Statu quid  ificutiotis. Addtws Alex Somer-  villo, Box 4 Cumberland, li. C.'  The papers of Jamaica are discussing tim. annexation of ihat  island to Canada, oue paper urging the linking of Jamaica lo  Canada or the giving by lhe  Home government lo the colony  of power to negotiate a treaty of  reciprocity with the United  States, The newspaper argues  that it is impossible lor the island  to remain in its present backward  position when Cuba and Porto  Rico nre flourishing. Another  section of the press says that annexation with Canada is out of*  the question, declaring that Jamaica must first look to Great  Britain and then lo the United  (Stales, ������hc u\.\xi u������ lies u.uuiiu  markets.     Public feeling sceni-  Vaeciiintioij   belo'.'.'s   lo   flit  H<-nu sup-rstition, nud nmuv np-  ptrcntlv   in'f'Iioent   people be- ������������K'.V mvors a commercial tmdir  il ve in it. iioiwi'th'tnndiug that s andiu������ wit1' l,U: UnilC(l Slft1cs  ii 1*gititnn������c?v l.vlo.ig* to nnd is or the annexation of the islaud to  un   outcropping   of  witchcraft. Canada.���������World Wide.  There is i< methtng about vrteciu ���������*   atirtn   aud   sctutu ih-raov   that      MiVfl Atmio   McLellau  arrived  minisb'TM   to   :t   lor.^uij'  in she li'-ine. on Saturday itvcuiu;* from ������  .itiinau n.ind r:r'h ��������� !!'.u������vi,> ui(������u v:!������Mtl������.ti   trip   i������   Niuiuinio   mul  ui'ilii^cj...---I)'. J.. li. TiUui'. L'l'j'nlflf.  The report of the majority of  the board of conciliation and investigation which ineffectually  endeavored to settle the differ  ences between the miners and  the operators of the Crow's Nest  Pass coal mines has befen given  out to the press by the minister  of labor.  The board intimates that much  of the trouble would be avoided  if tyrannical pit bosses on the one  baud and meddlesome secretaries  of some of the local unions on the  other were dismissed. There is  siid to be a lack of perfect sincerity on the part of both, employers and unions in dealing. with  tiie question of "open shop" aud  the recognition ot the union.  The board found au abnormally low scale for day wages and  au abnormally high scale for tlie  more difficult and dangerous em-  p oymeut known as 'pillar work,'  the discrepancy ranging . from  ������4 74 to $8.88 lor average daily  wages in the same mine. In another mine where average daily  net-earnings by,coutract -men.fertile year are $6, individual earnings vary from $8 to even S20 a  day. The board found that out  jf 18 companies concerned only  1'ou.r- have paid any divideuds,  and these only intermittently,  while in the past two years two-  thirds have been operated at a  loss.  The board recommends that  the rate for 'pillar' coal be reduced aud the lower rates of  wages increased, according-to a  schedule submitted. This sehed  uie would increase day wages by  about 3280,000, and reduce , the i  'pillar' scale by about $46,000,  leaving a net increase iu the coin  pany's pay rolls of .about $334,-  000 a year.  After referring to the neglect  of the sanitation and precautions  against disease and overcrowding  the report says:~,<The board  cannot but express its profound  regret that nowhere could it discern indications of sincere and  earnest attempts 011 the part of dew������illno������i*o oowidomi uiiIcm mad������ 0  tho printed forum Ntipplfeil, nml  signed  SELLING  OUT  BUGGIES aad  FARM IMPLEMENTS  AT     LOWEST     CASH     PRICES.  B.C. HARDWARE Co.,Ltd,.  a * '  ������33 Johnson St., Victoria.  jMlllllllillMIIIIIIIIIIUIUIUIIMUIIIIUIIIIIMin  %  f������ Capital $6,800,000.  Resorvo $7,200,000 |  3  3  The Royal Bank of Canada.  FOR SALE���������4'J acres, of liny.  by"acTiToFEoiT. 1 f linuled'l>y"pnrT  ehaser, $20.00 per ton." If delivered 22.00 per ton. Good clover  ami timothy. Apply Chew Yenk.  Westwood Farm; Sandwick, 1>. C  ���������       n "  IF YOU WANT  GOOD PRINTING  GIVE US A TRIAL  I DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN  AM  CURRENCY,   PAYABLE. ALL g.  OVER  THE   WORLD.    - |v  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest f  ui highest Current Rates allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards.   |<  CUMBERLAND, B, p., Branch, Open Daily. 1  UNION WHARF. B. 0.,  Sub-Brach, Open Thumdays  . H. F. MONTGOMERY, MSnager.  Open Daily.  3  1  M-  COURTENAY,   B.C,    Branch,,  R. R. CULBERT, Manager.  %|||UWI!IIIIUIMIIIJ������!II!I)IMIIIIIIIIIIIIMI1IIM  P. Phillipps Harrison  *-r  'CBALBD. TENDERS nddrrwed  to the  kJ   umlBisiKiiO'l. atitl eudoi od  " 1'omlui  for 1,'nblio Building, Cliilliwuck,   11.(3,"  will bo i-ocei od i������t Uiif olUou iintil 4.00 P.  i\f,, Mondtiy, July 24. 1011, for lhe con  Himoiion of u Puhliu Jluildli-'g, Chilliw*ok,  Ji. c:.  Plans, BimoiAantio'.N and form of c iu-  tniot onn hn neon uhcI forum ot t������ndor ol������-  tuitiod nt tlio oliloo of Mr Wm Ilondorflon,  llauiUont Arohi��������� oct, Viottii'ini B,0, nt tlio  Pout Olll jc, XJtiilliwsok, U.C., untl ut tl.U  Do|uitinuitti  PurmmH tuitdo.ing aro notified that ton-  either the companies or of the the  wllh thoir actual nli(iiuttiii-H utating thoir  local Unions to proillOle the Social IoooiJimt'oim mul \Aavohof reMonm. In ihu  iiioiul. and intellectual well.being  oi! the workers iu llio mines. An  earnest und intelligent co-opera-  lion here would surely be produc  live of the best results,"  Seattle, July 17,���������Adviccs received here today irom United  Slates navy department say that  Pacific coast coal will be given a  thorough test by the navy in an  attempt to find a substitute for  Atlantic coast coal for use on Uie  Pacific warships. The navy tests  will be resumed on July 2,{th,  when the cruiser West Virginia,  llagship of the second division of  >ilc i uv.u������^ uccv, Villi ^u Lu \ ������m-  couver to take on 900 tons each  of Comox, Nanaimo and South  Wellington coal.  Jt is reported thnt AlcPlieo &  Morrison, ot Ooiirtwmy, itr������ 110-  (l.jtiaMng for������?, H, H<iliiu������������' genu  ml btihini'HH nt Coniox, Wn huve  iiccii uuablu lo coiiliinn ilic in-  u.uiir.  0H.0 of llimn, thu actual Bi������i|unro, Uiu nit-  tiiruufttio nuoii|)'itio������, nud |iluco of mm  duuno tf uaul) immboa of thu llrm iiiunt ho  u\vun  K110I1 tondnr mil I be acc<������ni|>. ntud by an  tiuon|it������'d ch quo on it oliarton il hunk, pit) ���������  itbhi to thu ii'ilon of tlio jluimu nhlo tlio  MinUtcr nf l'ulilio WorU, tiquld loten )i,<r  0011I [fii/Jni tin amount if thu t<n it,  whiuIi will ho furloitud it tliu puiaon luudur  m������ clculino In entur iuto a cotitiMot whoi.  Oilleil upon lu do mo, or Inil tu u> nip ulithe work ouiitr.'<jUi(l hn. If tun ti))ilur ho  out aouupt d ti'O olitx|Ui) will be rctaruvil.  Thu Diputro*)"tdi-ii>H nut hind it<ulf to  wueupt thu lOttiMC ur nny tender.  J������v order,  it ti niNunnntws  ��������� hmiotiiy,  Oupaitmvul ol i'uhiiu Win.*,  UtU������vu, Juuo'.'U, IUII,  Nii\vf|)������peu will not be yitid I. r till* ad  vurtUuinuiit if tiny i> svrt it withoutmuiioi  ity fmm dm Dniiaitumiit  All iiunistant is to bo appointed  to Collector of Customs  live ut  Union Huy. t   ...- '���������������    .������������������  Mr. Willard aud Mrs. J. H.  Collins, lather and sister of Mr.  Wei'ley Willard, arrived licr������-  fiom Victoria by 'J'ue.itlny's \hh\>.  to attend the funeial m  the  laU-  Mis, W. Willard.  BARRISTER AND^SOUCITOFT  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CuMBERt-AND,  =V. BOftOHft  Olholesale Dealer in. WINES, UIQUOR & BEER  P. O. BOX 482  PHONE 20...,  CUMBERLAND  This is the first spriiig in the history of Comox.-  District that the local demand for eggs has beeii'  equal to the supply,     Nothing pays better than  poultry, if they are rightly managed,,     Begim  with the litile'fellows and feed them- CHICK  FOOD, which is a mixture of bone meal; wheat,  oats, corn and other grain, cut and blended   iu  the right proportion lo  make them thrive and  "gtow'i   Kor sale by  A. B. CRAWFORD,   -   - Courtenay, B.C  DEALER IN FLOUR AND FEED.  m  Bicycles  ���������AND  es  A nice advertising  Souveutr  will be sent free to every  pros-  pective buyer who sends for our  Catalogue nud mentions this ad  vertisemeiit,  THOB PLIMLEY  I    I    IWWl    I       La I I ��������� I Imn lav   I   *  OFFICE AND STORK 730 YATES ST.. MirTAHIA       ___/���������*������  GAWAOK, 727 JOHNSON8f.. VICTORIA,   Ki.L*  ������������������If you get i' at I'linik^'s it's AU, rfoht."  P S ���������Wo Dn Repairing

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