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 ��������� ���������"  5 "' /  '/*���������.���������.       . .   .  .-:> \t } ": ������ ���������, - '    C. .-.-?  .<"      >*     '." ...  {���������^' -Ar\rs-i9ir    fl  ^?CTORIA, ^*  -T--r  ?f  A Journal Devoted Especially, tb the Interests of Comox District.  ��������� ��������� ��������� '  ?  The News, Nineteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B. C-  TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1911  Subscription Ji.ooa Ykar  ISS55  p-W^^IWI^  The Store  of Quality  The Store  Of Quality  THE BIG STORE  THIS IS THE PLACE  Vast assortments await your inspection,  Careful, buying and a knowledge of what  is required is to be seen throughout our  .entire stock.     You want QUALITY���������  HERE IT IS:  The Long Separate Coat for Ladies  Smart New York samples in leading designs and  materials, - You need'something like this.   Price $is. "  Hosiery for Women and Children  We carry noting but the best in our stock. See onr  Seamless Cashmere forladies���������Perfect shape aud best  quality. ���������  Inspect out hosiery window.  New .Prints and Ginghams  In large quantities���������neat aud dainty   patterns in fast  .   -*v ' colors.  Our Men's Furnishing Department  Every boat means new  Spring   styles   in ;Clothing,  ���������Boots and Shoes, Shirts and Hats.  All we ask is for yott to visit our  "storeaMTsW^^for^yourseTi.  WE  LIKE TO SHOW OUR GCfoPS  *������*m%**^**i*m**a**+*t**^ '  SimonvLeiser & Go., Ltd.  m  FOR  STOVES  -AND  RANGES  Furniture and Household  SUPPLIES'  Dunsmult* Av������.,  Cumberland  fi^J M*mt\tm****m^**,1m*^^  MAROCCH1 BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Urewing Company's ULCER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  Place your Xmas orders for Shortbread, Fruit bake   rand  Fruit: Loaf NOW.  JL        SECOND    STREE  \Q/\f.*a4*4a*^lmtSaaa^  Lawn Tennis Club.  Wallpaper  .������������������ -Paints ' ;:"  Varnish  Oils' Etc. W  TRY THE  The Magnet Cash Store.  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  .���������V-  JyfeSSi-  *maaam^mmm*mmll t _.������  S'tttm. ������������  mam  '*im.  Event a Success;  T.  K;   Bunks   has   confidence  enough in the town, to purchase  , The yearly meeting of the  Cumberland L.T.C. was held on  Friday evening last, when the  following officers were appointed  for the ensuing season:���������  Hon President, Hon. James  Dunsmuir,  Hon Vice-pres,, F. Little, Esq  President, Mr. G. W. Clinton.  Vicn-Prcs., Dr. J.,.A. Gillespie.  Sec-Trena,, Rev. 11. W. Lnfferc  Committee���������-Messrs. F. Dalby,  W. Lawrence,,!. Palmer, W, T.  White.!.. Mounce, W. Clinton.  Mr Clinton has, again very  kindly given the club the use of  \\\i\ onnrt.        Tt    \\jt\n   niinoiiur������f>d  i.  thai lion, James Duii.si.mi_ would  present a challenge cup for torn-  petition, This should stir up  enthusiasm amplify the players.  Those ciesirous of joining the  club can signify their wish toauy  of the above.  the .adjoining lotto his property.  Fred INuliardfiou,* of, Vuneouvor,  being the ventlur.  '"      ���������" ���������.On...-  m  John Rossio's rortidoneo on the  corner of .Maryport iivonue und  Fourth btreuLwiirt badly danuiged  by fire, early on Sunday morning.  Mr. Hossio with family, left early  that morning I'or Cnuiphell Iti ver,  leaving a lire in the, stove, froin  whicli it irt supported the building  caught, Tholirtnien were prompt  ly on the aienu and suon  had ' the  ���������* t,  lire under eon in I     The daniago  will amqimt to ������150.  (i. Pettigrew, -organizer for the  Canadian Federation of Miners of  Van eon ver Island, addiosped 'a  largo audience in tho Cumberland  Hall on Sunday afternoon. Thy  purpose of the meeting vas to organize a union' here. The sentiment of the mooting as expressed  hy some of . those present, was  against forming under the Cami  ilian Federation of Miners, tlie  principal objection 'being, that  body not being strong enorgh  iintincially, but it was carried by  ��������� a majority'vote, that they petition tlio president of the United  Mine Workers of America*, te send  an organizer hero from that body  and that the newly formed union,"  of Nauaiino. Liulyuniit-h and Wellington, he asked to join in the  request. The petition was drawn  up and ei renin ted in the hall and  received about UiO signatures,  Mr. Pettigrew took charge ol the  petition and will see that it; reaches its destination. -The petition  was largely signed by new comers,  Lhe old hands,  ol!   which   there  were quite tt few   present,*refrained from taking any p.irtin the pro  feedings,  For ma"y years the annual sale  and concert given under the aus-  pices of tho  Ladiet.' Aid of Grace  Methodist   church,    has   been   11  great success socially, artistically  and financially, and this year's even,  has been even  greater.   The baz  nap opened last Tuesday afternoon,  and tho various  prettily decorated  huoths were liberally patronized by  tho very largo and  representative  gathering   which   dropped    in'o  Cunibeilaud    Hull,   during   the  afternoon, or partook of the excellent snppei served during the  evening'.   The   ladies    were   "at  homo" 011 Wednesday afternoon  also, and in the evening a large  audience nttondntf the entertain  ment.    The following programme  was rendered and vm-y much  ap-  predate^:  Chairman's remarks   Rev. R. C.  Freeman.  Instrumental quartette 'Kcniein  Sheriff Richards   of   Victoria,  was in town last-week on  ollleitd  business,  ���������������������������������������������"��������� -������������������������������������������������������������  Dr: Foote, of1 Victoria hits ar~  Two buildings were destroyed  hy lire in Ohinaiown on Saturday,  The alarm was 'sounded,* but (Ire.  men did noi, go io Miuiio of iiru,  Mr.s James AbHvms left on  Wednesday last for Vancouver, on  an extended visit to her daughters.  * i������, ��������� ��������� <��������� * t.  Tlutnrovincia  provincial government hns  appointed Alderman Hanks and  J). It, McDonald as police com-  miHsioners, and Alderman J'arn-  hum and J, P. AVat������on n������  luww  the illness of Dr.   MaeNanghton, commissioners for Uiitnbn-hiiid.  rived in town, and  will aef as ns-  f-iaftml to Dr. ..Gillespie,   during  bins, Robinson and Swift  Chorus .,.,..,. Children  Vocal solo M iss Smith  Recitation..... Mrs. Richardson  Vocal solo Mr. Young  Clarionet solo,, Meaunie's black  THE CORNER STORE I           _���������_ _ k  Summer Si  Our Summer, Suits  are    at  hand.      Quality  and  Prices  are Right, .  fee  The   following   eoods   have   ,  arrived   and are in   the best  of condition:  Laces and Embroideries,.  Ginghams, Prints, Vestiags,  Summer Dress Goods, Etc.  i  Vtr  <V  <*  s'S-  VI)-  4  *  ���������:*  ' ���������*>  ���������>  ?  tt  Dunstnuir Ave.  ��������� ��������� Cumberland.  if  itr  I   J. N.McLEOD,  -Hi tr- t-AN^:D IAN^B#N'K  OF COMMERCE .  SIR EDMUND WALKER, O.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L.', President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager  CAPITAL *' $lOi00O,b0b--   j^':   J\tm; -��������� $7,ooo,cdo^  THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $1 and  upwards, on which interest is allowed at current rates. There ���������!< wo  delay in withdrawing the whole or any portion of the deposit; Svu:\l  deposits are welcomed. ' '      23t  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or moro person<s, in i>c  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor. A jri n ajv.-unt  of this kind saves expense in establishing the ownership of th$ money  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provide for  his wife, or for others depending upon him, in the event of his death.  CUMBEBLAND BRANCH W. T.  WHITE, JfianoK .  eye,' Messrs Lewis and Dub  bins. ,  Clarionet solo Mr. Maretta  Vocal solo'.'.;.;... .'... Mrs Fox  Recitation . Miss Rutlr'Haywood  Vccal solo ,.., Mr. Sniitli  Quariette. Messrs Young, Banks.  Jack & Co.  INTKKMISSION.  Instrumental solo.... .Mr. Kin;?  Vocal solo..!....'.- Mr. Williams  Instnimenbil "qufirtc'-te' 'CioucU:'  and suusliine.'  Recitation.... ..... Mn Stev'Mis  Vocal solo  Mrs. Fox  Clarionet and trombone duet...  .. .*, Mo-srs Marietta and Co.  ,            Quartette. Messrs Voun^ and Co.  brance. Messrs Lewis, Dub- Scene from "A Gypsies' Camp."  Whoro all did ki woll, it  would ho dililcidt to pim!<MilnHs?i������,  many woll desorvod oncoros woro  not responded t<������, on itceonut of  tho lengthy 'programmo  The ladies desire to thank ;.ll  the friends who as.; in ted oit t!u������  program me, or contrihwtod ir. any  other way toward thoir ruccofh.  They realized tlie handnoino ui.in  0. iJCOO.OO ovor and  above nil ox  poiifipo.  -4V  LadiesHo.spital Auxiliary will  give a supper in Cumberland  Hall ua the evening of April payday.  Tlujehildronof tho i\t' <.y'whv  Sunday selmol   11 ��������������������������� '.cr  tli.  ���������-..,   vision -'f   Mr.   imiu   xiru    ( '  Panihuin, 'vili ; ������������������.������������������.- .���������< ��������� ������������������-���������,::,  at Ctiinb������.'',hvi'd If';',. ���������'���������.. ;...   - '-  ing of April 32nd..  AY. J. Guard, tii...  tuner of Vaneoir'i 1  v'Xpl-l-  ���������N'������. R  Pontlvil! Team held n  mi it e������joj*abl������) .smoker iu the Ihv  hall on Saturday evoning, The  pig wkimkiokorn enrininly know  Itoiv to enjoy thomsolveu anu entertain their frinndu.  Dr. D. K. Kori', dentist, will hint Comox Miii-eli 20th, to April  2nd, inclusive. Union liny, April  ttrd to 8tli, inchifiivo and at (Jum-  berlanJ Otii, to 22nd.  MP.'l"Hi,!','r.'^-ft.MV  .lohn Kotdey him rotnrnnd from  n feiv iliiyH Hpcut at Vancouver on  hit.sinctf.  Don't Neglect  Your Dress.  v..  ImJf  i\  :-, v  ���������Men'sSpring clothes ready   ,  for the man who appreciates cluM1,,,,,e arc ni"ftr!,,������  ft stylish Rood-fitting  suit.  The   uucominon    kind   of  Our Stocks rf Spring Met*,  ���������log   completion everv (lay,  New Shoes  iu   Tan   uud  Pltf'Ot  I -IC-i* nvd C\y\~r,rr\.v jift  clothes tliat are built with as vc. ,y nohl>y.  Hindi care as any   custom-1    i\V\������- wimlwble Dress Fab-  tailored suit��������� carefully work fics,���������Trinnnings, Lwers, Killed Mtitch by stitch, inside and broidei ics. Mets. Ktc.  out, *i !    Onr rtauv-io wear Hatfi for  ladies nnd misses '.mvr ju*t  $15, $10.50, $20. 522.BO, n^riv.-d nnd will be on  ;alc  AND $25.00.        ii   for fttitirdav.  A������emst(ir th    '.!a m ;*iii-:i.f.  M 10. l'������o���������(tf Montnal.  M,Htf:-i(i-iii':iMiif C'dilt'inj.  W������ ������>UHrHiitun tt VMS.  Caynpbe.l! Bfos.  ���������MOituaiciiTin^jnrjoTi^xnacr: ������������������WKtifiViW-BsawcBaar-ttf-ss  wi^fe^xaitac&ifii������t?fwsfffl  i^^^53HBHRHS5S  i-igi iiHirmrtw^MifTntMi  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Bhe  Riverman  By STEWART  EDWARD  WHITE  m**yjr\tm\. 1908, by lb* HcChir* Com-  pm;    Copyright, 1907  1908. by  Stewart Edward WKite  (Continued.)  Into the forest weut the axmen,  The strulghtost tr.'es they fHled,  trimmed and dntujied down trnvoy  trails thoy constructed, on sleds they  built for the purpose, to the banks of  the river. Here they bored the two  holes through either end to receive the  bolts when later they should be locked  together side by side in their places.  As fast as they were prepared tnen  ���������with canthooks rolled them down tiie  slope to a Hat below the falls.  After the trees had been cut In sufficient number Orde led,the way back  npstream a half mile to a shallows,  where he commanded the construction  ct a number of exaggerated sawhorses  with very widespread slanting legs.  When the sawhorses were completed  Orde directed the picks and shovels  tr be brought up.  Orde set his men to digging a chan-  ������al through the bank.  It was no slight  job, as the slope down into a swamp  began only at a point forty or fifty feet  inland; but, on the other band, the  earth was soft and free from rocks.  When completed the channel gave passage to a rather feeble streamlet from  the outer fringe of the river.  Next Orde assigned two men to each  of the queer shaped sawhorses and instructed them..to place the horses in  ^& row across the shallowest part of the  river and broadside to the stream.  This was done. The men, halfway to  their knees in the swift water, bore  a conclusion. The bulk of the stoca  he sold to log owners. Same blocks  cweu went to Ohicugo. nls own little  fortune of twenty thousand be paid In  for the shares thut represented his half  of the majority retained by himself  and Orde. The latter gave a note at  10 per cent for his proportion of the  stock. Newmark theu borrowed fifteen thousand more, giving as security  a mortgage on the company's newly  acquired property���������the tugs, booms,  buildings and real estate. Thus was *  the flouncing determined. It left'the  company with obligations of $1,500 a  year in Interest, expenses which would  run heavily Into the thousands and uu  obligation to make good outside stock  worth at par exactly $-U),000. ln addition Orde had charged agalust uIb account a burden of N.OOO a year Interest on his personal debt To offset  these liabilities, outside the river improvements and equipments, which  would hold little or no value ln case of  failure, the firm held contracts to deliver about 100.000.000 feet of logs.  After some discussion the partners decided to allow themselves $2,500 apiece  by way of salary.  "The only point that is at all risky  to mc," 6aid Newmark, "is that we  have only one season contracts. If for  any reason we hang up the drive or  fail to deliver promptly we're going  to get left the year following, and then  it's b-u-s-t���������bust."  "Why, it wnuld drown its!"  down heavily to keep their charges In  place. Other men laid heavy planks  aide by side perpendicular to and on  the upstream side of the horses. The  weight of the water clamped them In  place. Big rocks and gravel shoveled  on ln quantity prevented the lower  ends from rising. The wide slant of  the legs directed the pressure so far  downward that tbo horses were prevented from flpatlng away, and slowly  the bulk of the wnter, thus raised a  good three feet above its former level,  turned aside into the new channel and  poured out to Inundate tbe black ash  swamp beyond.  A good volume still poured down to  the fall, but it wns so fur reduced tbat  work became possible.  "Now, boys!" cried Ordo. "Lively  while we've got the chance!"  Tho twenty-six foot logs were placed  sldo by side, slanting from a point two  feet below the rim of the fall to tho  ledge below.    They  were bolted  together top nnd  bottom  through tho  four holes bored for thnt purpose! The  task  finished,  they   pried   tho  flash  boards   from   tbo   Improvised   dum,  piled  them  neatly  beyond  reach of  high water, rescued the stiwhorRus and  piled them nlno for a possible future  uso and blocked the temporary channel,   The rlvor, restored to Its lining  mortal channel by thoso men who hnd  so nonclialiinlly turned It nsltlp. roared  on.   Ordo and his crow trumped bnck  to the falls and misted on their linnill.  work  with  HittlHfiictlon.    Instead  of  plunging ovor nil edge Inlo a turmoil  of fonm nnd eddies, now the wntor  flowed   smoothly,   almost   without   n  break, over an incline of thirty do-  BIPCOB.  "Logs MI slip over thnt slick ns n  Bun barrel," snld Tom Norlh.  Quito cheerfully they took up their  long, pnlnstnklng Journey bnck down  the river.  The trail led tho crew through many  minor labors, nil of which consumed  tlmo. At UpixI'h mill Orde entered Into  ., diplomatic negotiations wllh old tuiin  Reed, whom ho found slngulurly  amenable. The skirmish In the spring  permed to hnvo fnlion all tho fight out  of him. or perhaps, more simply. Orde's  attitude toward Iiini ut (lint time (mil.  won bim over to the young man's sldo.  Orde's crew built a new sluiceway  ond gnto fnr enough down to assure n  good bond In the pond nbovo.  ill  fc*lit*;u>U:(   liitt v:tv'Vi   iwvl  ViutLvv!  dowu ns far as nodding, leaving Im������-  hind them n river himiesHed for their  uses. Hemnlned still the forty miles  between Nodding nnd tho Inke. Orde  here pnld off his mon, A'few dnys'  work with u pile driver would fonco  tbe principal elionls front tho chnnnel.  He stayed overnight with his pnr-  cntj) and took the iniin for Monrovia  to moot Newmnrk,  "Hello, Joe!" greeted Orde, his teeth  flashing In centrum to the tnu of his  face, "I'm done. Anything new sine*  you wrote hist?"  Newmark find n^infrw! M* rrrtlel**  of Incorporation und sold hla slock,  Per Im p������ his task had In it as much of  dlillcuity ns Orde's turning of the river.  Certainly be curried it to ut lucccuful  Chapter  16  OUDE'S bank account, in 6pite of  his laughing assertion to New-  mark, coutained some $1,100.  After a brief but comprehensive  tour of inspection'over all tbe works  then forward he^drew a hundred of  this nnd announced to Newmark tbat  busiucss would take him away for  about two weeks.  At Redding, whither he went to  pack his little sole leather trunk, he  told Grandma Orde the same thing.  She came and stood by the man leaning over tbe trunk.  "Speak to her, .lack," said she..quietly.   "She cares for you."  Orde looked up in astonishment but  he did not pretend to deny the implied  1cfusation"Sir~t<r"Bis"destination;"   "Why, mother." he cried, "she's only  seen me three or four times! It's absurd���������yet."  "I know," nodded Grandma Ordo  wisely; "1 know. But you mark my  words���������she cares for you."  She placed ber hand for an instant  on his shoulder and went away. The  Ordes were not a demonstrative people.  The Journey to New York was at  that time very long and disagreeable,  but Orde bore It with bis accustomed  stoicism. He had visited the metropolis before, so it was not unfamiliar to  bim. He made bis way to a small hotel just off Broadway.  Orde ate. dressed and set out afoot  in search of Miss Bishop's address, He  arrived in front of the .house a little  past 8 o'clock and after a moment's  hesitation mounted the steps and rang  tbe bell.  The door swung silently back to  frame an impressive panservant dressed in livery. To Orde's inquiry he  stated that Miss Bishop had gone out  to the theater. The young man left  his name and a message of regret At  this the footmnn. with nn Irony bo subtle as to bo quite lost on Orde, demanded a card. Orde scribbled a line in  bis notebook, tore It out, folded it and  left it  He retired enrly nnd arose early, ns  hnd become his hnblt. At the ofllce  tho clerk handed him a note:  My Dear Mr. Orde���������1 was bo norry to  mlis you that evening because of n stupid play. Coma around a* early as you  oan tomorrow morning. I shnll expect  you,  Sincerely yourn,  CAHROLL BISHOP.  Orde glanced nt tho clock, which  pointed to 7. Ho breakfasted and sinned lolBuroly In the direction of West  Ninth street. He walked slowly, At  University plnce ho wns selr-ed with a  punk* nnd hurried rapidly to his dent!-  nntlon. The door was niiHwerod by  the Riimo man who hnd opened It tho  night  before.   To Ortlo'a Inquiry he  For quite three quarters of an hour }  he waited without hearing any other  indications of life thau inutded sounds.  Occasionally he shifted his position,  but cautiously, as though he feared to  awaken some one. Three oil portraits  stared at bim with all the reserved  aloofness of their .painted eyes. He  began to doubt whether the man had j  announced him at all.  Then, breaking the stillness wltb almost startling abruptness, be beurd a  clear, high voice saying'something at  the top of the stairs outside. A rhythmical swish of skirtsi, punctuated by  the light pat-pat of a girl tripping  downstairs, brought him to his feet.  A .moment later the curtains parted,  and she entered, holding out her bund.  He stood holding her hand, suddenly unable to say a word, looking at ber  hungrily. A flood of emotion, of which  he had had no prevision, swelled up  within him to fill his throat.  "It was good of you to come so  promptly," said she. "I'm so anxious  to hear all about the dear people at  Redding."  The sounds in 'the next room Increased in volume, us though several people  must have entered that apartment In  a moment or so the curtains to the bull  parted to frame the. servant.  "Mrs. Bishop wishes to know, rates."  said that functionary, "if you're not.  coming to breakfast."  Orde sprang to his feet  "Haven't you had your breakfast  yet?" he cried, conscience stricken.  "Didn't you gather the fact that Tm  Just up?" she mocked him. "I assure  you it doesn't matter. Tbe family haa  Just come down."  "But," cried Orde, "I wasn't here on-,  tU 9 o'clock.    I thought, of course,'  you'd be around.   I'm mighty sorry"���������  "Oh, la, la!" she cried, cutting bim,  short  Orde was for taking his leave, bat.  this she would not have.  "You must meet rfy family." she  negatived, "for" If you're here for -soJ  short a time we want to see something  of you.   Come right out now."  Orde thereupon followed her down  a narrow, dark hall to u door thai:  opened slantwise iuto tbe dining room.  With her back to the bow window sat  a wotoan well beyond middle age, but  witb evidently some pretensions to  youth. She was tall, quick in movement. Dark rings below her eyes attested either a nervous disease, a hysterical temperament or both. Immediately at ber left sat a boy of about  fourteen years of age, his face a curious contradiction-bet ween. a_uaturaliy_  frank and open expression and a  growing sullenness. Next him stood a  vacant chair, evidently for Miss Bishop. Opposite lolled a youug man.  holding a news-  pa p e r in one  band and a coffee cup ln the  other. He waa  very handsome,  with a drooping  black   mustache,  [      ^N-^y     '"���������     derlnshes almost  .*)���������������������������' Jp'Y-      _*    tooluxuriantand  i*       .   Oj   h aw     a long, oval fuce,  dark In complexion and n trifle  snrdonlc  In  ex-  ������������������Mrs. Bishop wtahesto pression,  The  riVfiw it you're not vls-n-vls to Mrs,  comity    to   break Bi8[,0l) Wllf, the  ���������   ��������� gruy hatred Gen-  ernJ Bishop, Carroll's father. Miss  Bishop performed the necessary Introductions. General Bishop urose and  grusped his hand.  Gerald   Bishop  enst   an   ironically  amused gin we across at Orde, nud the  mother would barely notice the sunburned, ungainly looking rlvcrwun.  (To bo continued.)'  Woman'sWorld  Miss Packer Runs  Ship's     Wireless.  MYSTERIOUS DREAMS.  Have  Photo by American Press Association.  fl  MISS GUAYNELLA. PACKER.  The chief object of interest to the  800 first cabin passengers who sailed  recently from New York on thf> Clyde  liner Mohawk for Jacksonville was a  young woman wearing a blue serge  uniform with short skirt and navy  cap. who stood on the promenade deck  forward on the starboard side waiting  ������.        mm-  for tlie_gangway -t~6e~faEen~d6wnT  She was the hist improvement in wireless telegraphy. Captain Keinble said���������  & woman operator.  Miss Grayuelln Packer of Jacksonville will have charge of the Mohawk's  wireless room on the trip to Jacksonville nnd back. She is the first woman  to take this post on board ship, coastwise or otherwise. If the experiment  proves a success the company will put  women oh their other vessels, the officials say.  Up to Date Coat.  Smart children this winter are wenr-  lug coats of white brondcloth trimmed  t  te-  fe..  ** vVr-5?^  uaisy Hie.  (  Dining one day with n friend nntl  being pressed to tnke Rome rhubarb  pie, .Lnrnb declined because it was  physic.  "That mny be." snid hia host, "but  it is jtlonennt find innocent."  "So is a daisy," rejoined Lamb,  "but I don't tlii.'roforo hko dnisy pie.  "Daisy pie! Who ever heard of  dnUy pi:s?" snid seme ono at thoi  tabic.  "My nuthority is Shnkospenre,"  Lamb replied. "He oxproaaly inon-1  tions daisies piod."  Tho nhrnco occurs In tho song nti  tho ond of "Love's T.nbor'a LoHt."���������  "Side Lights on Charles Lamb."  Monument nt Winning Post.  Thoro nro monuments in nil sort*  of out o( tho way plncea, but one that  ia really uniquo h thut erected In a  river. It stand, in tho Parrnmnttit  nvor, Now South Wnlos, a stream  known the world over for tho rowing  (���������I'cr.ib thnt have takon plaoo upon  it. This monuimuit, which la in memory of tho world.fnmed rower Seorle,  iii also unique from tho fact that it  has beon u_od ns the winning poet  ftir ninny of tho races for tho world's  championship nnd is still used as  :.uch fer loon! <.vont������ ���������T/^n^on  Strand,  Phantasms of the Night That  Caused a Sensation.  The interest in the general election  in the British Isles guve way to the  sensation caused by the evidence given by Mr. Claude Sawyer in the Wara-  tah'case. Mr. John Dickinson, who  conducted the Board of Trade inquiry  into the mysterious disappearance of  this liner between, Durban and Cape  Town last June,-said atthe close, "I  heartily congratulate you, Mr. Sawyer, on being alive and being here to  give evidence." Mx.- Sawyer told that  three'or four days before the ill-lated  vessel reached Durban, he had "a  dream, which was most unusual." He  had booked a first-class passage from  Sydney to Cape Town by the Wara-  tah, and he seems to have, felt anxiety before leaving Australian waters.  Three,times he had a dreaming vision  of a man in a peculiar dress, who was  holding in his right hand a bloody  sword. "The second time it came, X  thought, 'I will know it again'; and  'the third time 1"looked at it so intently that I could almost design it,  sword and all, even now. Next day I  mentioned the dream to a gentleman,  and he said, 'It's warning.' Then I  began to think why I should be warned, and I was anxious to leave the  ship."   He left it at Durban.  Perhaps the - strangest story of n  dream at sea is that told by George  Burrow in the opening pages of "The  Bible in Spain."- "I was bound for  Lisbon. \V'e passed Cape Finisterre,  and, standing farther out to sea,  speedily lost sight of land. On the  morning of the llth the sea was very  rough, and a remarkable circumstance  oocurred. I was on the forecastle,  discoursing with two of the sailors.  One of them, who had but just left  his hammock, said: 'I have had a  strange dream, which I do not much  like, for,' continued, he, pointing to  the mast, 'I dreamt that I fell into  the sea from the cross-trees' He was  heard to say this by several of the  crew besides myself  A moment later the captain of the  vessel, perceiving that the squall was  increasing, ordered the top-sails to  be taken in, ^whereupon this man.  with several others, instantly ran  aloft; the yard was in the act of being hauled down, when .a sudden  gust ,of 'wind whirled it round with  violence, and a man was struck down  from the cross-trees into the sea',  which was working like yeast below.  Iri a short time he emerged. I saw  ! his head on the crest of a billow, and  instantly recognized in the unforunate  man the sailor who a few moments  before had related his dream. I shall  never forget the look of agony he cast  whilst the steamer hurried past him.  i. . ; The-pb"<sr'~fellow"wh'o_perisheii-  in this singular manner was a fine  young man of about twenty-seven, tha  only son of a widowed motheT. He  was the best sailor on board, and wa?  beloved by all who were acquainted  with him."  SAVED  HER  FINGER.  May Knight Women.  "tn olden days they were not' so  chary of recognizing .feminine services. The abbesses. of great' nunneries used to be "knighted" and even  now there is -a charming young  French woman, who, though, unmarried,' is* a countless in her own right  by reason of being the Chanoinesse  of a religious order.  At present in England there is  something anomalous in the fact that.  man takes all the titles, stars, and  ribands, as well as place, power, and  money, and allows tihe women folk to  toil>.all their lives at inferior saluries  and with no hope even of those ornamental rewards, such as coroncte and  orders, to which human nature is so  persistently ottaoited.  It Iuls been whispered, though; that  tho two Indies who have been electei  Mayors of English towns, will be  knighted during this coronation year,  precisely as their masculine compeers will receive this honor ut the  hands of King George,  Tho idea should be persiistently  dwelt on, as the circulation of such  n rumor may lend to tho foundation  of some order���������with a. title attached���������  whir- can bo bestowed on eminent  women, whether married, single or  widows, .''���������������������������  'Speali to her. Jack,   Site care* !nr ynu.'  ! muled, with gt-eut brevity, that Mlms  j Bishop wiih not yn vlxlble nnd pro-  pared to clone tho door.  "Vou nre mistaken," snld Ordo.   "I  | hnvo an etiRageiiiviit wltb MIhs BUhop.  Tell her Mr. orde Is here,"  I Th* nunn departed, lonvlnjr Orde  ! Ktuudlug Iu (lie gloomy hall, That  i young num. however, parted tlio cur-  j talus leading liuo u parlor nud tmt  ������������������ down l& a spindle legged chair.  i  A Grand  Nog.  "Well," Tfiluctnntly "-admitted   the  hnrd pressed Yorkshire horso doalor  In the witness box, "1*11 ndmit tho  .,.!,.     i    ,            lit., I      ,i       ...     ,,, , ,.,    r  rtWUIi.Vi    Vmha V.    Ki     v������������'-    Ov,    **ii      i  won't deny he'd stringholt in hit  off hind log, an' I'm not snyln'���������  loein' the two vets hn* sworn to it���������  thnt ho wn^n't spavined, nn' I'd sort  of mispiclon my������eU thnt ho was a  roarer, but ho wus a gfr-rnnd n%i������|"  All Wrong, ,  Mr* RrlMke���������Johniiy. (ltd the doctor  call while I w������b outV  Jobuity-Wm, ma, He felt tny ptilxe  and looked Ht my toinrue mid lUt-n  shook hli bend nnd *nld Unit it wuh a  wfrloiin raw*, uud ho loft IiIh proHcri|������-  lion and mild he'd cull again heron*'  night.  Mnn, nrl*k*~Uraclouii, mol It w������������������'t  you I lent him to nee; It wiih Um bu-  byl-gpokane BpokeamauUevtcw.  ^A^^.S������f^;Hii������  with blnck velvet.  The com In the cut  U carried out In thlw inngplo effect.  Domastlo 8up������ritltloni.  If  when   u'liMlilmr  illulion  ynu  fnruot  an article It Im it nlgn you will hear of  a wedding.  If you Ring whllo malting brend you  will cry before It Is eaten.  If your nprnn beeomeH untied It tn  nn Indication thnt Homobody la apeak-  lng of you.  To forgot to put coffeo In tho cofftiKi-  pot U the Hlttn of it routing gift.  To nccldontnlly plnce tho tonkettle  on tho dove with the upout toward  the bnrk l������ n alirn of compnny.  If n%conl of flro fnlla on tWe floor It  la n algn n utranger la eonilnff; to aw>  you  If nfter awoeplng n room tho broom  In noelrttntfttly loff In n oornor ntran  t������ra will vlatt the house tbat day.  Reprobate's Disturbed Slumber.  Dr. / rmstrong Kobinson, Donn of  Westminster, who has been transferred to tho Dorinory of Wells, Somerset, n position which will not entail such n strain unnn. his honlth ns  lifo in tho" Metropolis, wns tho lust  ennon appointed by the late Lord  Salisbury, nnd tho first denn to gain  proferment undor Mr. Balfour's regime ns Primo Minister,  Dr, Hobinson la n scholnr of tho  first rank, nnd ia nn. Improimivo  prencher. Hi* does not uiinco his  wordH when he wishnu to drive homo  a point, and bnnonth a Homowltnt  nustoro nppetirnnce thoro lurlcs a refreshing ctmncity for humor,  Ono of his best stories is about nn  old roprobnto who had decided to repent, nnd nnnounced to everyone that  whntovor wrong lio had dono should  bo tntulo right. So ono of tho villagers to whom he owed a big sum of  money, went round to his oottngo nt  midnight to demand it. "But whnt  did vou como nt this hour for and  wnko mo up? Why not wait until to.  inunwf" aah-'d Uw old sJwnc-j-. "I  camo early," said tho othor, "to avoid  tho crush!"  Mra. B. B. Bedwell, ol 837 Pro-  venehor Ave., St. Boniface, Wiunipog,  any9;���������. " Some timo ayo my chiitlrou  took diphtheria, and while Attending  thum tha poison entered a small scratch  on ths aecond finger of my left baud.  Tais became very tore and ol ood.poiaun-  iiijj won auto in. For months aiuor tha  children were quite well I -waa luffer-  ing trom a aliockiiigly bad finder. The  aoralolt was caused oi igiadlly oy a pin,-  and in ita������lf, waa not at all aerious.  The conaequences, however, of ne {looting thiaeoratoh, were very aerioua to mo.  ���������'When the bloocl-iK)iaou'lnHfletlcl tried  poulUoeaanA a salve I had In tho houso.  Those, however, did not i avo tho doxlred  e eot. Quite oa the o mtrarr the flayer  became more and moro swollen and discolored. It then began to f estec, aiid I had  to call In a doctor. He lanced the Anger  to let out the pirns, and yod ciili imaglno  h 'W pixlnfnl the finger wast Despite hia  care, huwev-r, it again teetered'and the  ot'i inetit-f, llnimenta, and other..prepara- H  ttona whloh tbo doctor gave me teemed  abrtcilutclr unable tobringaboiilnnyrelief.  "The dootor thereupon advised mot) go  Into tlio St. Boniface Hoapltal 1 feared  that If I went to the Hospital the finger  would be amnntatod. We were told of a  cane (similar to my own in which Znm-Buk  Iiadeffootedacure when evorTthing oIro  ha I failed and tbe dootor hnd said that  o������lr auipuUtion could save the person'a  hand. ������������������.-���������*  " We, therefore, deolded to give Zam-  B'ttcatrtaL A auoplrwuaprocured, and  wq commenced tho Zam-Buk treatment.  It only needed a few dayi to show the  wisdom of thin Rtcp. Theblood-polnoning  and inftammation war < reduced, tbe pain J  b-'oame lee* aoute, and Vf waa evident  very shortly that t'o trouble wan boin?  reduced to a less and.still les^ ana. We  persevered with the Zam-Huk and in the  end - the festering sore was thoroughly  cleaned, then -.healed. In nnlcr thn-o  woeks from tint commencing with Zam-  Buk, the fln_or w*s entirely well; and  had- we applied Zam-Bnk in the flrrt place,  instead or trying ordinary preparation".  no doubt I should hare saved. myself  hours ii nd hours of acute agony."  ������ All mothers should not* this cans. Zam-Bnk  .Is a aura ours for blood-pnlsooiittr, let-terini;,  outs,, scratches from' barbed wire,. bruises,  ���������czstna, rashes, tetter, salt rhoum, taoe sores,  nlosri. pile*, bid leg;, varlco.e voltii, and all  skin injuries and di������e*M������. <S0ora"boxT������ll druj;-J  fists and stores orpo������tf ras from Zam-Buk Co.,  Toronto, tor price. Brad le sUmp for twsugc  of free trial tax.   Refuse all i ultatlnns.  ���������____B______nHHHa__dl  It may be all right to laugh  grow fat, but when people begin  call you "Fatty," it's   no   laughi  matter.     <   '.''��������� "������������������[ ��������� ���������-���������  and  to  ling  ASK YOURSELF  THESE QUESTIONS  And find out if you have kidney disorders.   Also make this test.  Have you pains in the back over  the kidneys?  Have you urinary disorders?  Do you suffer from severe headaches, dizziness or defective eyesight?  Is the skin dry and harsh?  Are you failing in health and  strength nnd suffering from rheumatic pains or swelling of the limbs?  These nro a few of the symptoms of  kidney disease, and here is tlio test.  If the urine, after standing for  twenty-four hours is cloudy, milky or  has particles floating about in it, or  if there is a sediment in the bottom  of tho vessel, your kidneys nro dis-  ensed,  There is no time to lose in beginning the use of Dr. Chnse'B Kidney  nnd Liver Pills. Delay meni\s the  development of Bright's Disease, and  you do not wnnt to, take any chancer  with that, Dr. Chaso's Kidney nnd ���������  Liver PUIh will help you more quickly thnn nny treatment you can obtain  and that is one reason why they aro  so successful nnd popular.  Mr. \V. H, MoHhor, South Augusta,  Gronvillo county, Ont,, writes:���������"I  tiHod Dr, Chase's Kidney nnd Liver  Pills nnd (irmly bollovo there ia no  medicino to cqunl thorn. I wa������  troubled for yenrs with kidney dis-  enso, nnd thiH treatinont lins cured  mo. When I begun tho uho of these*  pillH I could only wnlk from my bed  to a cli nir. Now 1 cnn go to tho Held  nnd work liko nny other mnn. Dr.  Clinsfl'H Kidney nnd Liver Pills nro  nn excellent medicine." This stnte-  mnnt is certified to bv tho Rev. M, IT,  Kmott, Unptist ministor, of Brock-  villo, Out,  Dr. A. W, Ohnflo's Kidney nnd Liver  Pills, one pill a dose, 2& cents n box,  nt nil dcnlors, or KdmniiBon, Bntoi*  nnd Co., Toronto, The portmit and  Hignnturo of A. W. Chnso, M, I)., tho  famous Koeeipt Book ntitlior, nro on  ovory box. Theso nro for your protection ngulnst iniitntions nnd substitutes, .  Irish M.P.'i Ohenp Election.  With tho exception of tho roturn-  ing oftlcor'H fee, Mr. J. McVoagnji  election ns Nationalist M.P. for South  Down cost him nothing. At a meeting to colobrnto hia biiccous, he told  his supporters thnt they hud achieved  victory without expending n copper  on the payment ol nijonts, litornturo,  pontagf., printing, or even on tho la-  1 huo' of tilling cards. Thoy declined  tho offer o' motor-^hru nnd not a single elector was cunvamwd.  The Mutlc Lovers.  Bho���������Did you enjoy tho concert lut  night?  He~-No; I couldn't hear anything.  Slie   Why not?  Ho���������Two Indies nnt in front of ma  nnd chuttnil tho wholo evening about  how much thoy loved music.  Success doesn't "hnppon," It is  nr^nni-rod, pro-nrnpfod, nnptnred bv  concentrnted comitioii HenHO,  s  W. N. U., No. 032. ������\rfw -.'  <P  \  ���������it  HHN  1  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Appleford  Counter  Check  Book  The best equipped factory for producing Counter Check Books  in Canada.  ������  Capacity  50, 0Q0 Check Books  Factory  and Offices'.  HAMILTON,  ONT.  Conlpany,  Limited.  per Day.  We are supplying the Largest users of Counter Check  Books in Canada with our  'IMPERIAL BOOKS."  O '^in of Patents.  Patents (trbm' patoe, I lie open)  originated with. the.so-called nobility  of France. Lest their superiority to  other fc \s should be in doubt, the  nobles got out titles of nobility, so  that the fact that they were better  than the rest of the peoplo might "lie  open" to all.the. world,.. Jt was in  connection" with the printing of books  that the first real patents were Usu^  ed, about 1550.   By 1625 it began to  As It Goes  In the corner she's left the mechanical toy,  On a chair is her Teddy Bear' fine,  The things that I--thought she would  really enjoy���������-*  Don't seem to be quite in ber line.  There's the flaxen haired doll that is  lovely to see  And really expensively dressed,   -  Left   alone,   all   uncared 'for,   and,  strange though it be,  Sho likes her rag dolly the best,,  Oh,  the  money  we spent,' nnd the  plans that we laid  And the wonderful things that we  bought!  There  nre  toys  that are -cunningly,  skillfully  made  But she seems not to give them a  thought,  She was pleased when she woke and  discovered them there.  But never a one of us guessed  That it isn't the splendor that makes  a gift rare-  She likes ber rag dolly the best.  NO HOSWALNR  MR, LAWLER  TWO LIONS AT BAY.  (Not in the Trust.)  APPLEFORD COUNTER  CHECK BOOK  COMPANY, LIMITED.  Burn your own smoke. Do not inflict upon others the things by which  you are disturbed.  HEALTHY CHILDREN  ARE A BLESSING.  ���������The  Flight of Time  "It's tbree months since I saw you  last,"  The one who met her plainly states.  Says she: "Can that be possible?  It's awful how times aviates."  "Healthy babies are- good babies,  and the good baby is a blessing in  every home. Nothing can ' give the  mother or father more pleasure than  to see baby play. Every movement is  watched with delight; every new  word spoken brings pride to the fond  parents. It is only the sickly baby  that makes home wretched ��������� and,  mothers, it is not baby's fault when  lie is sick. You are the one to blame.  -Perhaps-you-give-hinucandies.-eakes  ���������and other food which his little stom-  -ach is unable to digest. Then when  Ilie is cross and ailing you give bim  some "soothing" mixtures to quiet  Tiim. That is wrong���������remember his  little stomach is not as strong as a  .grown persons, and also remember  ���������that every   spoonful   of ��������� "soothing"  ��������� mixture you- give him only does him  mcjre injury���������it does not remove the I  cause of his fretfulness���������it merely _  dopes him into an unnatural sleep.  What is needed to make baby healthy  and happy is Bnby's Own Tablets  ���������a medicine with a guarantee of  .safety.    About   them   Mrs.   Mathies  McCormick, WTest St. Peters, P.E.I.,  writes: "We have used Baby's Own  'Tablets with good results. They aro  certainly a blessing for mothers thnt  have cross sickly babies.   They sweet-  ��������� en the stomnch; give refreshing sleep  and make baby   fat   and   healthy."  ���������Sold by medicino dealers or by mail  at 25 cents a box from The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Aeroplnnists nro looking to some  now nlloy to lighten the weight of the  flying machine.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures  Garget  Cows  In  HE TOOK GIN PILLS  If you ever hear anyone say that  Rheumatism can't be cured^ ask them  if thev have ever tried GIN PILLS.  be customary to i.sue. patents protect-j Or ask them to write us   for   proof  ing the rights-��������� of inventor's"/. ih'",the  arts and manufactures. .'Since-thit  time the -people in.the .various '-'patent'offices" of the world have.bad a  steadily increasing business.  The.City of Paris. . '.."J  The founders of Paris, emigrating  from some Greek or Etruscan country  on the shores of the Mediterranean  Sea, rowed their galleys up th������ river  Seine. They took possession of the  island in that stream on which their  city is built and, according to the legends that have come down to .the  present time, called it, "Baris,"'which  is Greek for a boat then used upon  the river Nile, whence Paris. The  island on which the adventurers-landed was held to typify a boat, and to  this day the coat of arms of that famous city is an ancient galley. ���������  When a father gives his sons skates,  his wife says he doesn't care if they  do get drowned. A more satisfactory  gift from a woman's viewpoint is a  crochet needle.  Stiff neck! Doesn't amount to much  but mighty disagreeable. You will be  surprised' to see how quickly Ham-  lins--W-i7.ard~Oil--will_drive_the_stiff-_  ness out.   One night, that's all.  "Jimmy, you wasted -. your breath  talking to old Mr. Wilbur this morni  ing. , He's as deaf as a post." "I  know that," ��������� said Jimmy, with a  smile, ."but posts don't have sixpences in their pockets to give little  boys, and Mr. Wilbur does."  VERY SHORT AND  RIGHT TOTHE POINT  (FRANK MILLER TELLS WHY HE  RECOMMENDS  DODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS  !He ussd them for Rheumatism,, Heart  Disease nnd Lumbago, and they  went right to the root of his  troubles.  Elkmouth,   B.C.   (Special).-Frank  Miller, section foremnn on tho riiilrond  hero,-whoso work oxpo'sos him to nil  'kinds of wonther, hns discovered thnt  Dodd's Kidney Pills nro a sovereign  ��������� remedy tor thoso ��������� Kldnoy ills thnt al-  i most    invariably    follow    nogloctqd  ��������� colds,  "For four yonrs I suffered from  Lumbago, Heart Ditionao nnd Itho.u-  mutism, brought on front a cold,"  snya Mr, Miller, "And I got thn very  best results from using Dodd's Kldnoy  Pills. I frocly recommend Dodd's  "Kidnoy 'PIIIb to anyone suffering from  those diseases."  Short nnd to thn point, thnt Atnto-  wont, isn't HP But it is just liko  Dodd's p-idnoy Pills. They go right  'to tho point, They cure tho Kidneys,  iHealthy Kidneys strain nil the im-  'purities out of tho blood, Puro blood  'means good circulation and ronowod  "lliu it-.-.i energy nl! ever the b^y,  Thrm'Dndd'f-t Kidney Pills not only  euro disease, Thoy tone up tlio wholo  body und mako a man fool that ho  has been given n new lease of life.  Thai's why pooplo nil over Cnnnda  nro shouting tho praises of Dodd's  KMnny PHK  A> girl likes to hnvo propoRnls, so  ���������shn won't havn to fib ho much nbout  hnving thmn anyhow.  The FrJend of All 8ufferers.-Like to "tho  Rhadow of a rock in a weary land" is Dr,  Thomas' Ecleotrio OU to all those who suffer pain It holds out hope to everyone and  roallzcB it by stilling suffering everywhere,  It is a liniment that haa the blessings of  half a continent. It is on sale everywhere  and can bo found wherever enquired for.  If n man were asked on nearing the  ond of a long lifo what happening of  the holy Sabbath is imprinted most  strongly on his memory, ho would re  ply that it is his wife's desire to sweep  wherever ho chanced to be sitting  Sunday morning.  TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY  Take' LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine  Tablets. Druggists refund money if il  (nils to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature on ench box.   25c.  Ho is a noblo husband who accepts  the cigars his wife bought for him,  destroys thorn one at a time, and says  nothing.  Drug Shares at a Premium  National Drug nnd Chemical Co. oi  Oanndn 6 per cent.' first preference  Rhnrofl of ������1 each nro now quoted on  tho London mnrket nt a premium oi  WA por cent., tho present price be-  fug ������1 2s. Cd. ',  " "I suppose, Junnio, you wouIdnH  wnnt to go to tho concort Wednosdny  in your old lmtP"  "You doar thing���������I couldn't non;  sibly think of showing myself in it.  "flint's what I thought, so I���������  "Whnt?;'  "Bought only ono ticket to the concert. "--Meggeiidorf or Blaottor.  ShilohbCure,  ���������iuTlTilOM Mqtlu, *m****oli*j >>���������*������  Relief for the Depressed.���������Physical and  mental depression usually have their  origin in a disordered state of: the stomach and liver, oa when these organs-fire  deranged in their action the whole system  is affected. Try Parmelee's Vegetable Pills.  They revive the digestive processes. Bet  beneficially on the nerves and restore the  spirits as no mother pills will, They are  cheap, simple and sure, and the effects are  lasting.  Magistrate   (to  prisoner  who     has  been before him^_eyery month for  years)���������"Ebenezef Noakes,- aren't you  ashamed to be seen here.so often?"  "Bless yer heart, sir, this place is  quite respectable ter some places  where I'm seen."  that GIN PILLS have cured "hundreds and hundreds of cases of Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago, Pain' in  the Back and other troubles caused  by weak Kidneys or Bladder.  Rheumatism can be cured���������is being  cured every    day���������by    GIN   PILLS.  Thrilling   Experience  of  an   English  Music   Hall   Comedian.,  Stage fright of tho sort that afflicted Whit Cunliffe, at gnc time a prominent singer in English music hulls, is  not avoidable. ^ Fortunately also it is  not common.- At a'place where he wai  engaged in Binningham one of ihe at- |  tractions was a lion show, some of j  the beasts being really wild and un-  tamed. _Nearly the whole stlige was  takeii'up witli tlie setting of the animal show. ���������������������������-.mc'x������^'*.j'������-*������ ���������'**''*  "Just as I was going on,", said Cun-  lifio in telling, of tho incident, "L  heard a hurried rush and confused  shouting, and some one slammed un  iron gate.*^1 heard a voice suyV'Juat  in time, he was nearly out.' My music  was starting, so 1 had not time to enquire.   1 went on tho stage.  "In a moment 'I heard ominous  growls and savage snarls, mixed with  much whip-cracking and, strenuous  breathing. 1 am never fond of u wild*  animal show, and I felf distinctly  nervous that -night. ��������� The cloth behind mo sagged and swayed, and then  [ to. my hor������jJ4,4nddejiJy in the wings  ��������� l oaW^the huge head, and front of a  lion. ' , -    ��������� .  "I' was singing a song called I  Would, which had a, lot of short  verses. As I sang them, my blood'  running cold. 1 watched tho lion. It  seemed to advance slowly, and its  baneful eyes glittered in a truly horrible way. 1 could not go off that  side without passing it, so I prepared  to make my exit with haste.  "'turning, I was horrified to see another lion- on the other side.  1 "I was' caught like a mo.use in a  trap, I dared'not go "off the stage; 1  dared not show niy.discomfiture to the  audience. There was "only .one thing  for  me' to' do���������sing.    So  I  sang  in  E> ���������  Wor      for  C  SOS  IS    THt    NAME  THK   BEST    MEDICINE  for COUGHS    S  COLDS  DR. WINTERS  Cures all chronic diseases. Write  him. His valuable advice will  cost you nothing.  BpX 215.      NEW YORK CITY.  REST ARD HEALTH TQ MOTHER AND CHILI  rftxtr bM Uk  Med for over SIXTY YBAKS by MILLION!  KOTHKHS. for   their. CHILDREN   WH  TBKTHINO, with  PBRKKCT SUCCBStt.    II  Here is the best kind of proof.  Ogden, N. S           _.   ____���������.    __   _   .__���������  "I have been troubled with Eheu-'desperation,   hoping   that   some   one  mutism so bad that I could not work/| would come and take' tlie lions away.  A doctor tended me and told me to  go to the hospital but all to no good  until a friend told me to try GIN  PILLS. I did so and after taking a  few boxes, I am perfectly well."  .D. J. LAWLER.  Take GIN PILLS on our positive  guarantee that they will cure you or  money refunded. 50c. a box;���������6 for  $2.50. Order from us if your dealer  cannot supply them. Sample box  free if you write us. National Drug  and Chemical Co., Dept. N.U., Toronto. -    \,     50  "Fine old inn, sir," commented the  host. "Everything in this house has  its story."  "I don't doubt it," remarkgi the  grouchy tourist. "And is there any  legend connected with this old piece'|  of cheese?"���������Kansas City Journal.  My turkey, 'tis of thee,  Sweet bird of Cranberry  Of thee we sing,  We love thy breast and wings,  Back legs and other things,  We love -thy .good stuffings,  , O luscious bird.  The  Nova  Scotia  "Lumber  King"  says:  "I consider MINARD'S LINIMENT  the BEST liniment in use.  I got my foot badly jammed lately.  I bathed it well with MINARD'S LIN-  IMENT and it' was ns woll as over  next day, Yours very truly,  T. G. McMULLEN.  ���������Deafness-Canno-UBe-CurecL���������  by local applications, oa they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is only ode way. to  cure deattiess. and that, Is by conatttutlonnl remedies.  Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condition of the  mucous lining ot the Eustachian Tube. When this  tube ialnaauiod you have a rumbling sound-or Imperfect hearing, and,when It is entirely, closed'Deafness Is the result, and unless the Inflammation can be  taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; ulne cases  out ot ten aro caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing  but an Inflamed condition o( the mucous surface*.  We will give Ono Hundred Dollars (or any case ot  Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured  by Halt's Catarrh Cure.  Send for circulars; tree,  F. J; CHENEY * CO., Toledo, O.  Bold by Druggists, 75e.  Take Hall's Family Pills for etastlpatlos.  Indignant Magnate (whoso pet  measure is. likely to fail)���������-"What' do  you think you werfc elected for, anyhow?"  Distinguished Senator (with a  dreamy faraway gaze)���������"For six years  ���������I hope!"  C^M'jr-i  ���������nth*,  luajp.  ?���������������  M*M  Offonslvo Candor  Washington 8tnr���������"Did you ever got  a good likeness of Mr, DiiRtin StuxP"  "Perfect," said tho Holf-eonfldont  painter! "it wiih ho truo to nnturo tlmt  lie refused to buy it,"  ���������'- ""* ���������-*���������������������������r-  Ooitlveneit and Its Our������.���������Whcn Mm ex-  orotvry organs refuse   to   pnrform their  ftini'tSp'-nn prnworlw   t'1"   ItitnfiHnnn lipcmwt  rimmed. Thin Ih Itnown aa onstlvottoss and  if iivtlhcliim ulrvn )l"f to ilnnircrnun com-  ptlnationN. Parmoloo'u VoRotahlo Pllln will  effect a snseily euro, At the flmt intimation of'tnln ailment tho miffnror nhouid  prnottrn a paoknt of tho pllln and put him-  Hnlf iiitdor a c-mfrno of troatmont. Tlio  ttnnrl olTnntn of thn puis will ho tibnofit Iin-  moillfiMv r'vtdrmt..  Thorn nre only elevnn periodic  comets of which tho return hns boon  observed.  Sometimes people do, and tuffer,  beciu.a the slortuch balks.  Ate Unwisely ?  relieve the dttoomfert at once, end help dlput the overload.  The lover of food  thingi m������y feel quite ������*f������ -with * box of NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Ttbleli tt hand,  ftfa. a boi.   If your drupfist has nol stocked them yet aend 80o. and we  will mall their 34  NalUnal D������t ami Caaaalaai C*. ai Caaada, liamai,     ���������     ������      y     ������      M������wtw������l������  in-  his  wns  /Gladstono and the Heckler.  Mr. .'Gladstone wns altogether  tolornv't of tho heckler.' During  last Midlothian campaign ho  questioned by Sir (then Mr.) John  usher of Norton, who had onco  been Gladstone's chairman of com-,  mittoe, on the subject ���������������������������of tho Irish  pn'vwils, whWi; sundorod so mnny  political friendships. To ono or two  inquiries a curt reply wns'given. "Am  1 tc understaiicl"���������Mr. Usher was beginning. "Understand!" The old  stntfmmnn lenpod to his feet. "I nm  responsible for tho understanding thnt  the Almighty lifts put in this skull of  initio," tapping his forohead. "I uni  not responsible," pointing his finger  ���������nt tho questioner, "for the under-  standing that Ho has.put In thnt sltiill  of yours." Tho offpet of th|n robtiko  was overwhelming, Mr, Ushor ������nnk  Bpoeohless into his scat.-���������Westminster  Gazettu.  What Oarlyle Wrote of Tennyson.  Tennyson in his primo was thus  described by Thomas Garlylo to Ilnlph  Waldo Emorson nn Aug. 5, 1844: "Ono  of tho finest looking men in tlio  world. A groat shock of rough, dusty dark hair; bright, laughing, hnzol  oyes; mitHiiivo nqttilino faco ������������������ moat  inasalvo, yot most delicate, of sallow  brown complexion, almost Indian  looking; clothes cynically loose, frco  nnd .onsyj  amokos  inflnito Htobucco.  iiia Wtwu .<> it.<t^*\...i,j ...v. ,,i,,,v., .ii  for lowl Im^hter and ploroinfr wnil  and all that mny Ho botwoon; speech,  nnd speculation (roa and plontuoti*.  I do pot meet in thenc lato decades  audi company ovor a pipe,"  liia-vttty  ami Puvtrty,  To be ablo to look cheerfully and  hopefully through clouds of poverty  and distress is nn uccoinplinhrnei}t h������-  b to wed upon ov<iry truo and bravo woman, nnd, no mnttor how poor or  huniblo hor homo mny bo, tho mattio  power of hmilca can brighunt tta tha-  (lows nnd lighton its cnro_, Upon tlio  tr<mhlr<d mind nf n fwllng hinhimd  a wifo's smilo falls liko n funbeum  on a (lowor, and how much more bean*  tiful it makes tho fnco that wear* it  than a frownP When a wifo and mother, forgetting sorrows nnd hardships, smiks nway her tears, there  iv n IrtvclinoM in Mm not thot ������p*nk*  to a man's heurt more eloquently thau  words.  If you aro a aufforor from colds Rot a  bottlo of Blcklo's Anti-Consumptive Syrup  and tost its qualitioH, It will be found  thnt no praiRo bestowed on it in too hifrh,  It dooB all that Ir claimed for it, and doos  it thoroughly. Do not talce nny substitute  for Bioklo's Ryrup, because It is tho boat,  bavlnc stood tho test of years. AU tho  bost dealers sell it.'  Plans have, been sot on foot in Australia for the development of a largo  portion of the island continent, which  is now littlo moro tli an a wilderness.  ' Thoso Brothers  Young Mnn���������So Miss Ethel in your  oldest ulster.  Who comes after herH  .Small'Brother���������Nobody ain't come  yet; but.pa says tho, first fellow that  oomos oan have hor,,  They told me afterwards that l>sa.ig  ninety-eight verses, but' I think tnat  was unkind.- ���������  "I wondered how long'it would take  those.two brutes to make up their  mind to-come into the full glare of the  footlights,' and I had just prepared-  to leap into the stalls, regardless of  the consequences, when I -heard the.  hoarse voice of one of the stage hand.- I  say, ' 'Ere; Bill, these two chaps are '  too far forward. Give ��������� a- 'and with  them, will yer?' And coming up between-the two lions they..lifted them  bodily-.��������� They.were papier, mache."���������  Scraps.  Two   Wordsworth  Anecdotes."  A correspondent of The Spectator  (London) contributes two anecdotes of  Wordsworth. "The scornful pity felt  by an old gardener for Darwin, who,  as he toiled" among the idle rich, re-  j.minds _ me__oi__an anecdote which I  have somewhefe come across" about"  the similarly unproductive Wordsworth" :  An old_ laborer near Rydal,- who badv  often seen the poet, hail been struck  by his odd way of spouting his verses  out-of-doors. When he was thus "booing hifi pottery"-he seemed to the  peasant to he quite daft; but his malady was intermittent, for actually he  could sometimes say "Good morrow,  John," just like anyone else. This  may be "upplqmented by ono of the  Wordsworthinna which came to me  on good nuthority. Some thirty years  ngo an aged lady who in her girlhood  had known the poot, told me that he  once showed lior a daisy besprinkled  with dew and' applied to it tho lines  which I quote from memory:  Small  service is true service  whilo  it lasts;  Of   friends,   however  humble,   scorn  not once;  The daisy by tho shadow that it casta  Protects the lingering dewdrop from  the sun,  m  I rather gathered that tho stanr.a was  composed on the spot; but it is possible that itihad been written, before','  nnd wns drawn from the poet by tho  object-illustration* This incident  seems to mo worth -mentioning. It  awakened a special, interest in n  grandson of Wordsworth, who told mo  that it was almost, if not quite, the  only one ol his groat kinsman's poems  tho occasion of which had been unknown to him.  -MM.-WiKtLOW's Soothino SYftur bu Um������  by MILLION! J  KOTHKHS.fcT   their. CHILDREN   WHIUI  _ "" BSf������.  SOOTHKS th* CHILD, KOFTRNS the CUM*  ALLAYS all PAIN CURBS WIND COLIC, a*i  ts the best remedy for UIARKHCBA, U t* aa  ���������olutely harmless. He sure and Mk fof " Mr*  Winslow's Soothing Syrup," aud lake no QVatt-  kind.   Twenty-Are c*sU a Wtlc  RAILROAD      EMPLOYMENT  Positions Guaranteed Competent Men  MEN WANTED-Ace 18 to 55. for Firemen  (190 monthly,   and   Brakemen $80, on al)  Canadian Ttailroads.    Experience unnecessary.  No strike,  Promotion to Conductors  or Kneineere. $150 to $206 monthly.   .  .   Railroad Employing Headquarters  .  Over -500 mon sent to positions monthly-  State ago; send stamp.  RAILWAY ASSOCIATION,  Dept. 605.     227 Monroe St., Brooklyn, NT.  They Will Agree  with'you���������and help you to keep  your stomach and other organs  in the proper condition on which  your good health must depend  BEECHAM'S  PIUS  Beid Everywhere.  lokn������a2f������.  A Ne^xJKenwIls  >pav;n  Cure ?  tei  Warren, Oat.  ' Feb. llth.  "I had a hone that  hada Spavin-for a  lone time and I had  tried nearly every kind of medicine  ,whe������,a, n_eighboj_told_me:^j������������e__j  , Kendall's Spavin Cure, which I did  and it acted WMSertolly."  M. ROSENTHAL.  Kendall's Spavin Core is no  untried experimeu t, but Is the world's  standard remedy for all Swellings,  Soft Bunches and Lameness ln hone  and man.  Used the world over for .(��������� years.  Every farmer! stockman, express-  mm,   livery  proprietor and horse  owner   generally   should  keep   it  always on hand,  '  |1. a bottle-R for $5.   Ask your  dealer for free copy of our book "A  Treutlse On The Honte"--or write us  DR. B. J. KENDALL CO.   56.  Enosburfl Fall*.   -    Vermont*  CHILDREN  In disorders and d������-  tmMet. ot children drugs  seldom do good and  often do harm.  Careful feeding and  bathing are the babies'  remedies.  SpfittVCmiiloi(in���������  Uth. food-medicine that j  not only nourishes them I  most* but also regulates I  ihctlr uijtci,i-o__.    It k s. m  A Bust of Rolls.  Tho hust of the Into Mr. 0. S. Rolls,  upon which this sculptor, Mr. W. C.  May, hns' boon engngod, undor tho  supervision of Lndy Umnffattock, has  now boon finally approved. Tho bust,  Which is looked upon its a remarkably  Hucooesful study of tho distinguished  avintor nnd fnotorint, is bomo upon  a four-Bidopcdestnl, ench of tho four  sldos being orniunonted with a pnnel  tleneriptiivo ol iv not-itblo ovont In Mr.  Roll's enrcwr. TIioko ropremit: Tlio  Paris io Sherborno (Norfolk) balloon  voyage; ntnrtini. for Calais (aoropliino  flight); Paris to Berlin'(motor nice);  Dover to OnlniH iind back (ncroplnno  flitfht). Tho rmt uf tho bust Itself,,  iiiHteud of boiu,K loft in tlio roumh,  ns Is uHual, is finished with n ino-'  deluag of roftes mnd inscribed with  tlio nnmo "Charles Stowart Rolls,"  together with a Latin phrase prophesying thnt tlio aviator will b������ renowned  to posterity. Mr, Mny, it will ho remembered, was tho sculptor employed  on the national Armiidn Memorial  erectod by tho imtion on Plymouth  live.'  Canadian Pacific  WESTERN  Excursions  SINGLE FARE  Plus $2.00 for th������  Round Trip '������������������   ���������  From nil etntions, In Ontario, Port  Arthur and West, Manitoba, Buskfct-  chewan and Alberta to  VANCOUVER  VICTORIA AND  WESTMINSTER  Tickets on mil������ Doeombor IB, 10 and  17, 1010; January 20, 21, 22 and 23,  and February 14, 16 and 10, Kill}  good to return within three months  from date of Issue.  Apply to nearest 0. P. Ry, Bgoul  for full Information,  wonderful tonic for children of all ages. They  rapidly gain weight and  health on small doses.  yOK BAUt BY ALL DRUGOUTt  tond loc., name of pat*r and this a4, for  ���������ur htautirul SstIiiks Uaiik tnd Child's  Iketch-DoAk. Rack ha*- eontalns ���������  Good Luck Ptnny.  SCOTT A BOWNK  IM W.IWmIow St., Wast, Tactata, Oat  W. N. U,��������� No. M2.  The Unionist Organiier,  At tho Consorvntivo Central Ofllce,  Westminster, siU the mnn, Mr. J nines  I'ereival Hughes,"who orgnniMs and  directs tho British Tory forces. Mr.  jji!")]" fuifiim, {>h\fit niycrit nt the  Tory party in 1007, and the anluous-  ness ot tho work mny bo gathered from  tho tact thnt he*onco confessed that  ho barely found tlmo for a daily walk,  Mr. Hu������hes has hnd a varied career.  In the first plnefl, ho was private hoc.  rcury to the Into Col. Fred, llurnnby, _  gallant soldier uud pioneer neromtnt, j  nnd after tlio latter s death was left-  tru������lvt'. of hi.i tnUt>.'., iu-In-huiil on  behalf ol tho colonel's only son, who  has distinguished himself ns tho In-  vontor of the Atalnnta mono-rail highspeed ny������t������m. Then Mr. Hughes was  calle<l to the liar, but his high reputation ah au organiier nud his fond,  um Un political work led turn to hU  proMnt responsible position.  EASTERN CANADA  Daily during December,     ���������'< months  Umit.   Stop over privileges.  via '  SY. PAUL OR  miLUTM, CHICAGO  and  CflMW  __: --s S 1  The Double TracK Route.  ltodticed Faro* for  Steamship Passengers.  November llth to December   aist.  Flvo months limit.   Wrlto   for   full  particular* and descriptive pamphlet.  A. E. DUFF,  General Agent, Pnasongor Dept,  Hepresentiitive for all Steamship Line*  aud Cook's Toura. ,,  i960 Portngo Ave.       ���������       Winnipeg,  ,.!i i..n...ftitiA .-j ^���������^^���������jfe-ffApi^at^a^wasra  THE  -j--: j-.-���������nnr  "��������� '^T^?J^-II^".w^1������iWpwi' "  ���������, ���������   i ��������� ��������� UU.J���������"     "���������  ���������- .      .       . __*- - ..^������������������������������������tfWl^BnVHIHfrvnpi^tfa^^BI  ls^������d   iSyery   Tuesday bv  thej  $>ut>.lshtng   Company  TTiT^Uptff will n*t *������M iWf  F^;������'juw������bl<������ for th������ ojiin\0������*o������ "tit-  er^ us may apiH*r i������ iw OtllUlUlIB  fytyu tiuit* to tivan.  TUKSDAY,  Mxrfli -lb:h,  If Ll,  for (In cubic   feet   per   aecoud)  80 aub ���������  f el i  (e.) The character ol thp -propoaed  (1.1 The pwrnlaea on wMeh tbe crater ie to ba uaad (Aesoribe aarae)  At .������iu������ pelus ������u -to Ua* alamg the i������nk  *t t a Carapb.U riv.r *h������ui ono half mil*  bel*w ������'-4&iyb*lt iWer Falle.  (S.) The purpoaea lor which   the  ������*r i. ������wba ������������������������������*: P������������������ ?������*���������������������������������������������������  (b) If lor   Irrigation describe   the  land intended to be lrri**ted, fLvlas  a_re&6������-... I  Nona, '  (i.) U tiie watery ia to be vaad tor  VATKR XOTXO* ������owcr or   ^V^tTtfS  .-������.!. SitF.r. St.. Viot.ru. ML (l.)Are. of Crow* l*.d Uferfrt to  . The capital,   how divided, ebowim be occupied af tha propoaed works  iaeuet P*W ������P 83e.O������Q ������Uvi-loi   mo a**  Ah.at.8a0 ������*������ ���������  ahaww at $100,90 ������a h. AnuiiiM .aid up  $40,000.  (It tor mining purpose*) Fret Mia*  er'a Certificate No , ,  (b) The mmUo������ o! tho hike, stream  or source (if unnamed, the deaorlp-  tiea U���������Oaa|.bBlLLvtkt>, V������- ouve; Island  <c.) Tho point of diversion: About  Tlie U-t (if C������������>l>''.-il Li .1.  (k.| Thia notloe waa ported oa tha  ai*ht* day of i.awy, 1911, a������d application wld W. -.ad* t������ th* Coamiss 0H.r��������� ������*  th* tweniy-feurth day ��������������� Febrwury, ML  (1.) Give tha namea an* addresses  ol any riparian proprietors or licea-  aea who or whoae Unda aw likely to  be eflected by tha KOpoaed works,  either above   or    below th* outlet"  ief*.t������i!tJ������������W"������-''i *������������������������������������������ cuuw   ������uw'"    ~"     ���������,.   w . /i������     lAi.  ,��������� ������. *mm -���������**** *���������������* r^rt^ -js  for (In cubic feet per secoU) 4f yttW  le feet.  (a.) Th* character of the,proposed  werka dam ������������d .ltt.so ga ���������������������������  (I.) The premises on which, the wa-1 Attach ^j 0f. auch par" ��������������� "������  ter is to be- uaed (deecrlb* aajM>; In ^nipany-g memorandum of assorts  at win. p*iat ��������������� *��������������� l4ttd a 0>*'' lh* b"k tion aa authoriae the propoaed appli-  t,t tha Caap������������ll Ri'er. ah**1- oua bialff naiW   caUon and work-t  a. T..ao������na iMtian or operation ������fw-������'kE  otViotoiia, B.C; Morth Facifio L\m.b<;r  Co., LU, af Vaatouvar, li C: P. Cndany,  ���������t Chicago, Ulittotij laternatU&al Timber  Cj , of Vancouver, B.C, En_ttim������Jit & Ns-  naime Railway Company.  Attach copy of auoh parte of    the  tha  Welotr Omnpboll Kiiar Fall*  ig,.) Th*   parpOTM-ior whtdk  wAter i< t- U) *ssd amtm *..r;*uma  (h.) Ii for Lrriffattoai Awcrib*    tike  Had l&teaded to ba irrigated, giviac  VMiM VWK^V    ���������������#���������������*!������.������    ������������������������������������������������*���������������  '*t*������^i***     <mi.������4.ii     a .a a* a  N.������aa,  (i) IS the ***** la to be used tar  power or mining purposes deaertbo  tti place where the wator is to he  returned to some natural channel,  and the diSerenco In altitude between  point of . diversion and point of re-  'urt.: Thnwktei ia to bt r������ n-nrd tu ih>,  ���������CempWelf Ril^rjit a p 'ink about uoa mile  below the Campbell HiTsr PillaTud~sh������"  dul'ttr-sti A ,ni altiiudo will h- 'i>������i������ot������00 ft.  a,  ii.bwu. ..��������������������������������������� -������  or tb* tapyly or atf i������atU������ *i walw unde  lh*,,W'a������r Aot, 1909."  b    Te apply for "O'1 *hu'a xyni*1  wovieiouant the "Water A*t. 1MB." ur *'  purcbaaa or o-..wrwiaa auqiiire water raoord.  ���������r wtr*ra HaaaatB .  Thk Campbell Riv������i������ Pow������ o������Mf ant  Limitid; G. H. Burns, W. WalUeeUri-..,  DiieuW*. ,  p. o- addioaa) Box 724. Victoria, ii.U.  Al'PLlCATiON FOBiTO^JNG WACEU  a. Tbo plaoo of lh* prjpa������������d re������e> voi {��������� t  Bkuring; Upper C_sap_.ll Lake, Voitcouvn  tho snwuia by whioh ic ia proposed to i  ��������� ��������� n.    -    ..������    Lore the water: Daa aad Slu-o* ������atea  (1 v Area of Crowa la&f iatondrf to How it ,��������� p.y.tot lulacquire iha land  *���������* ' .'_ ' a ���������     m^Am.mlm������'*m*   I -...���������������. ' I  J  he occupied ���������by the propbaod warkas:  (k.)Thia notice waa posted. <m  tb*  iftttoi'l J������y of January, 1911,     d a. ������lio,.  tion will be    made to the   Comxada-  rio eroatbt twitutj-touttu n*.j ������{ i<'������brtt-  vry, i������ll  1,) Uivo the namea and addreMaa  of any riparian proprietors or Ucen-  sece who or wheso lands are likely to  be allected by tho propoaed works,  oltfaer abovs or below the outlet:  T'i* crs-rn, <li������ llritisk Aat'iroi Tiinuer  C*��������� Ltd,, of Vietarla. B.C., 1W h P*oiti������  Luwbjr Co,, Ltd., of Vanquut or, B.(\j P.  Cudsky, uf 0hie*ge, llliaoi: Xnternatiou  at Timber Co., et Vi/aavu *r, V, Q,  Attach copy ot such partii ot   ttwi  Company's metnorendum ot aiuieeta-  M tion or   authorise the propoaed  application and ynttbn,  (a)   T'.-ii������ O'tontruotitK* ai  oporsUon  of  W'.ritMi' th* ������������pply|*r������UHzatioa of watrr'  n������������l������.5lie,������WUorAot,180?"  (    bi i*> ixnyify for and ehUiu  nitder tbe  pwMoiu- of Hi* "Wator Act. 1909,'* or to  puroha*������ or otherwbe sequiro water xto-  *VxU at vtnier lloitt������*.  Tur. Camimisll ?.iVKiiP'>wuu ciMfAxir,  Limited,  O.-H. Kiunm W. Waliwo Gritna,  V.O  ".'ldte������������ Hnx 724 Di-ector*.  Vietottv B.C.  notetary tor tb* purpose: By puruh������seand  w. Approxmutaly the numbsr of aort<  {Qjt ikttudel tu ba iuipouudad 19,75*2 aon  <*et.  THK CAUPBItU, HIVKK rOWKK CO.,  UM1TKI)  ti. 11. Burus, W WaUacaiiiiuitt, Uirecturu  | l'.O. address:    Box 724. Viuturi^, B.C.  WATER NOTICE.  Noticr is heieby iftven that an appli  cation wijl be made under Pan V, of' thu  Water Act, 19*19, to obtain a license in  thr- Coirtex ar Nooika Division of Vict-  orii'Water Diitrict..  (a1) The name of tbe company is full:  The Campbell River Pe*er Company,  Limited-  Tba ln-ad office Offices of Barnard &  Robertson, 5I4 Kort St. Victoria, li C  1    The  capital,  Uo*r divided,   sbowiug'  I amount pud hp; $50,000 divided into joo  shares of $100 eacbs a-HOunt paid up:���������  $40,aeo. ^  (,b) The name of the lake, stream   or  sourc* [if unname'I, the deiaription ������)���������  liuittes Lake, Vancouver Island.     .  (c) The poim of Aversion loot of But  les Lake.  {(\) The quantity oC water applied fur  in cubic feet per second 115 cubic feet.  (e) Tbe character ol lhe proposed works  dam and sluice Kates.  (f.) The premises on which the water  is to be used describe sarnie: At some  paint along the bank of the Campbell  Kiver about en* balfmtle below Campbell river Falls.  (t) Tbe purposes for which the water  in to be used; Power puruane^  (h) If for irrigation describe iho land  tniQiifted to be imitated; living acieaKe:  Not 10bq uitid foe irrigation,  Ivi. iutfttu'iuJ t ���������  0 tiiii'Xiii ic! 'id SlO ft;������i������ (    (i) If the water ii tc be mnd fot power  feot. Th������-Umiibi-llH'rlrl������. ?t Ua,,\Am.  or iu'mi������nj'.'|)Ui|)OH*������ deiiinba the  plac*  0, H Burn-., W Wallw;* Griant        , wbere tbe water it to be retumtd toiome  f  APPLICATION:' FOR   STORr  Tho i>lft������* of U* prepuioii r������������������rvolr for  atorlnu wator Uniupbell Lam, Vanoouvor  litlaml,  [\] Thn trmatii by wbieh it in propuiail to  i'v������ thi witter dam an   11 nhia %it*������,  (v) ftnw It it piopiiiivd *o ifqu-.r* tho  luud v'.yii-iif (��������� I- t'u ^tir|ioun by  ^uiahana  luiJi ���������>;j.>Ml>nr.'.ioo.  .v,   A.fiptoxiiYia'.t'.ly thtf u������^'jr-r ol a������m  ��������� ������������������  ���������     I   .������������ O III   f..���������*  Drctiri  H 0. uddre-ii \l->* 711 Vvrt.rU. ������.Q.  nunii ih* ..������.,.. .- ._  _  intural chaanel, and the diiTercnce to a  titude between point ������f diversien  and  ���������joint ol return:   The water )��������� to be  te-  turned to tbe Campbell river at a point  WATIBR NOTIOfi.  NOTIOW W het������by hlui* Ur.. &*. w|,0lU0M miie below lU Cair-.f-bcll river  Rpplicatlou will .10 iuttde uftder VnvV, t,.1(. _���������A ,!,��������� A)[TaItnce io altltudf wilt  V. of tbo "Watoc Act, tmW," to  ob  AttncU copy of such parts of the Company's memorandum of association as  ;tuihi),iiie the proposed  application  and  tfrorki,  "(a)The construction or operation 01  works or the supply or utiluation of  water under the '.'Water Act, 1909,'?  (b)*To apply for and obtain under the  provisions of th* "W.������er Act J909,^' or t������  purchase or otherwise acquire water records or water licenses. f  Tuit Campbeli. River Powkr : Company, LlMITKl).  CH UUkN^ W WAUUACliC'KIMt  Directors,  (P O Address)    Uox 724, Victoria, B C.  APPLICATION     FOR-    STORING  .   WATER.  ��������� The place ol the proposed reservoir  fur storing Uuitles Lake, Vancouver hi-  and.  t The meaus oy which it i* proposed  10 store tc tntw. t)i m and siuice ������������tes  v 11 > v   it is proposed to  acquiic  the  land necesnary for the purpose 1 By purchase and expropriation,  w Approximately tbe tiumbir ol acre  feet tu be impounded: 841000 acre feet.  Tuii Camuki.1, Rivkw Powku.Company  LiMiTt.11.  WWAbbACK'tlUlMK  Notice*  In the County Court of K;imunio,,hplden'  at Nanaimo, between |       ,  Hop Lkk, of the t'i v, of Ladysmtth,  Plaintiff, and **  Hung Wah, of the Ciiy of Cumberland,  Delendant,  To I-I unci Wah, formerly ���������of''the City  of Cumberland, in lhe Comity of Nanaimo, Province of British Columbia.  TA IvK Nu riCE, that 11 plaint has,  been entered and a summons issued  against you in the abeve court by Hop  Lee of the City of Ladysmith:���������  ��������� For the recovery of the sum of, $350,  lite amount due on a promissory note  mitde by the defend ������nt, Hung Wah payable to the Plaintiff Hop Lee, dated the  61 h duy ot -January, 1911, puynble one  month after date, tor the sum of $250,"  And an oider has been madu that the  publication of a notice of the entry of  such plaint in a weekly newspaper published in the city uf Cumberland nloiu-  said, for two isiuiii, will b������ deemed y;ood  .ind sufllcient sevvice of ihe summons on  you.  YOU ARE REQUIRED to Rio a dc-  foncc within fifteen ^15] daya iilttir the  first publication of this tiotici! ut theotlue  nf the Ucn'^trarof ihe Connly Court of  wNanaimo, at N nnaimo, a niiymulo tv>  nttrr sucu appe ranee judgment ni.ty br-  si(in������;daji*insi you, and iho plaiutilT.iimy  p*ocer.d to lake the necessary mcpb for  the collection of this amount.  District of Snywurd.  TAKE NOTICK tint  William  GnWwt'lli of Lanark, Ont., nih\iri������  man, intends to ������y]>ly for porniia  alon to purchu^n tbo following de-  scribod landp:���������Conimoncing at r  ptmt planted'tit thwnorthwuslcorner  of Lot 490, OtirrinEton Bi\y,   Sny������  Ward Diatriot.'thence following tho  mirili boundary ol ot 490 tuHterly  ior  40  (ilmins,  thenco north 20  chains', thonoo witat to the fthoro line  tlionce wouihvicaterly and following  tho fhnre lino to llio point o{ .com*  n.encouicnt, conttiininn km thun BO  acre*.      William Oaldwhll,  Jno, Miwiuon,ngont  Dmed Fob. 28th, 1011,.  8AYWAUD LAND D1BTU10T.  -t V.  t- 11 \ 'iwtuo u tlmOi.u.o-������ Uivtwn  (0 W. \f .'.nr Dt'"iet.  ii.) The ansae of Compen? tn  lull: j ..,, sc,������,  Im C������wi>bell Bwer i'"-or  ouuan-.Ud  The bead Ulloet Odl*.   < I ������rrtard &  Z\   ������ .jua.BUl'mtrtt . Vnlor -, ������.<'���������  Tbe eapltal, how dlvtdeA, ehowlnff  ..viu.t-paiJu, *io,������U#. -i itMi iumrO'J  ,������,,.,���������   ,>l ������ica������.ch;   aaim'.   V������W    UP  $������lj,tl#0,  (Tl for nV.nlnir purporej free M������n-  er'a Ctrtt1eaf.e No,   Kh.) Tb^ miiua of t^r I"**. *traarn  ot source (If vnniUJJ '1. tail dooeHp-  Jioii L TJpl'������r <*���������������-.������������'ii ' ������ r' ^"���������J'������"m  War.  HIIlKIl WHV      ��������� .  Kails and (be dilTofcuce is altitude wilt  bt abeut 300 feet.  (j) Area of Crown lands intended to be  Afcupied by the pr*poi������d *wku About  Id H BUKNS "   "~ -���������-.,- I inu cimiuviiiii, ��������������� <   Uirectori. I Dmed at Nan.umo, li o��������� 1-eb'iy -������������ W  rp O Address!    Hnx 724, Victoria, U C. 1 (S  , j   M. ������A] r���������  1  _m_mmm . 11 e istr.tr 01 the cotiniy court of Naiuum  (k) 'Ibis notice was posted on the seventh day of January, IQU, and apyllca-  non ������ill be mud. ������n tbe twentylourth  day of February, 19tl.  (I) Give tbe names and addresses ol  my riparian pr'jpri?tor* or licensee* w,,������  ���������r whose lands are likely to be affected  bv the proposed works either above or  ! b'nlow the outlet: The Crowe, Isquimalt  t.fc Naeatmo Railway Co.,  Tbe  Urtliib  I American Timber C������ . Ltd., ol Victoria,  ������ C , P Cud.l.y, ni Shiest". 1 lliew*i*. In-  U,tt4Urtna'Timber (V,   rf  V������orouvcr,  <e.) Tm- polTJt of aiv*r#*c*t At the J f, c< %if)nh mrihc Lumbtt C<u l-t*t 0l  foot nf U'"   "   l,,,h"' ''"    ' ' V(tfH*lW,lK\  tJ.) Tbe v'witity nl -ntftet applied  HAYWAHU LAND DISTRICT  DintrtBt of Hiiyiv������r(l.  TAKE NOTICK tbat Patrick William  Ln-llfi Clark,  nt Vancouver,  B.O., Uw  ulerk, lutonda to apply for pormlsidun to  purohM* the followinm diworlbod  Unds:  Ciitnnuiiolntt at n post planted nt tha  I iiouthwu t cornor ot lot 'i',il\ thonoo unat W  1 (���������haiiiH.  thmiru< Bdiitb Ct ebiiins, tlieuoe  weat 40 chnliiH, tbei c������ Miutli IC chains,  thtmra wont 40 olinlna, thenco npith 80  ob .        .  l������ \f 570 Mr*,<innr������ or lt������������,  i PjltltlCK \V|U.UM IttoiUt OURK.  I UoH r; He \xy Clwnnt, ii^nnt.  Daitd'Miuct.'Jtb, Ittll.  J. H.SlMVSON,  Solicitor for  Diatriot of Sayward.  TAKK notice that Sidney lloftHmaiit of  Vanoouvor, 11. C, moihiinlo, intentls, to  apply for vermisaiou t't pu'rohnse tliu fol-  lowing iloeciibod IiuhIb:���������  CumiiumoiiiK ut a post planted at tbo  H'ltithwoHt oorniT ot lot nS'Js tlionoo nouth  B0 oliaini*, thonco wo4 80 ohnins tlutiuo  north HO obnini, thonoo eaat tM) chtvlnw, to  (j'������tg .! c -.uwcnoi"\i������nii notitniniinr fllO  fiL'J-rii, mt������T������������, nt limn.  SlPNKY HKAHMAN,  Itob rt llonry Ciioitnot, ngont.  OatodMnrehOtti, 1011  SAY W AUD LAN D DlftTMKJT.  DiBtriot of BiywanL,  TAKE NOTICK that Arthur- Rowland  Best, of .Vancouver, B.C., tmuaport uRont,  IntomlB to npply torperuoiutibm io purobM-o  tho fuUowlug doscribed 1������ucIb:���������Conmiotio-  iug nt n pokt planted at tho wiutheaat.cornor ot lot 540, on'the north boti.uliiry ofl  lot 547, thopoe north 80 ohainu,  tlionca]  oust 7'VchMim  tbencr nouth 80 ubuioH,|  thonot|weat 75 ohnins to point ut oouimencol  tnoiit, oontainiaK 000 aoron, moro or losa. '  A ftTUvu Uowlasp I-.k������t,  Robert llonry Chestnut, agent.!  Dated March 7th, 1011. J  SAYWARD LAND DlS'I'RiCT.  . Piatriot of Ssyward.  TAKK NQTIul! thatan-mnollIpimmmi|  of Vauconvor, 11.'),, mtohanio, Inteiulu t  npply for pi'rinivBlon ������o pnrolinBe tho fo1  lowli ������ dcHOkihod land- :~-Commtii<jing at  pnot pluntod nt tho aouthwwt oomor of It  BfiOt thonoo oiut IG0 ohsiiiB, thonco mmt  40 oliitiua, thenoe we.t 75 ohslnii (more (I  lussi) tliunoo north 5 ohama, thonuo wu-  85 ohuini, thonoo north lift ohalna to pnii  ot commonconiont, oontuininn 000 aoru  moro or lo������n.     Samvbi, IIkahman,  llobort Houry Ohoalnut, ago  Ditod March 8th, 191L !  SAYWAUD LANU DlA^SuI.  1      Diatriot of Wayward.  TAKE notioo ������ho*lloor������������ L,elooltar l.U  miDRton. of Vuuoouvir, IV.C, moobatiia,  InUmla tn apply for pwinUio" l" ^robiMfl  tbetulluv������it.|?dcecrl'i������d Inndai-  C0,i.mimoin������ at 11 post plantial et the  Himthwost comer *������( lot 35*2* theoc������ -ortl,  HO ohnui. theuce wo.t 75 chain-, tlionen  ,������e wost 40 olinlna, trenco w>" 7   ^ u" ���������"   ,     . .1.,,������������������������������t 75 rhnlii-,  H, l��������� mi* -   ������������������* "*" i������������ ������<k____t-mT2mmi.  \  pftint of miinnn-neeiuont, cu tabling r?uo  bcic, mon or lean,  (JhdltiiK LWCKHTBI: ItlMlXliTOIf,  IUdiiM-t Ui"tv<!li*..tiitir, affrnt.  Dat������IMai������di0:li 11)11.  ������-*fjm ewr'VHV^WWMMIIIV^eMMIiMMI  HAYWAliD LAND DISTHICT.  District of Snywnrd,  TAKK notice'that NauotU)  Joseph, of  Vancouver,   IL 0., Sptniter, InteuiU to  apply for poruilsol.m to purchaae the following deacrllwd InndBj-  Cainm nnlnjr at a post planted nt tbo  g..ntlieiMt ooruor ut lot 547i tbenot north  HOeu.ba.thO co oae' HO ohnin*, tbenof  aoutli 80 eliaine. ������l>etioo west &") ohnina  t. tl,i< p tint of ommsi'eement, contain-  iituiVIO ctei m������ro or lone.  NAUaiTH Josunt,  Hok-rt licury ClKtlout, -fitnt.  I tjalcd Mai on 7tb, l'JII  SAYWARD LAND DIBTRICT  Dintrict ot Snywnrd.  TAKK notice that Vranco* llrooglis  v;{ff ft W V. Ttrmiprhnm, of Vnucnuv  It .(1.. Intends to apply for poiminaiou  puroluino the following deaoribsd Imid-  Commonoimr at a post planted 4(1 oha  west of the ���������onthoJBt oomor ot lot 5  thonoe oast 120 oluina, thenoo imith  oukiuft, tIuu;:T;������H 190 chihin, t)w  north 40 oh sins to point of commenottni  ooutniuiUB 480 koroa, more or leas,  I'llANOUH BlUIUOHAM.  Robert Henry Ohtfltatit, ng<  Dated Maroh 8th, 1011.  The .  Tuucti.  nervous  uiwdm  Orftd  J������������0N*A ^������>������  l*M4*rhisa,and  hi, tnivkej    .  ������na,.yj������rrt/  Dun IfVirUHv. Mantnl and Praia Wprru  ^armcrls Mndaofi  ,1. ,* .11. ...  9ttf*\otu*or K���������  Srajwuti or mall',  pt of orTiti.Iiiiar^'^  'VsironiKH ���������v^*^t^^^^1^^  a������  I  APPLICATION FOR STORING WATER  (a.)'The plaoe ef tbe proposed reairToir  far storing Ooosex Lake, B.C.  (t.)*The mesne by vbieb it ie proposed  to stare the water by a ism, at  outlet  of  (a,) The ar*a of the reservoir site or  aitea at each foot iu deotb above tbe outlet  8000 eons.  (v.) Hew ia it proposed to acquits tho  lasd esoesiary for the purpose By purchase  ifuteesswy.  (v.) Appioximately the numbsr of sore  (set intended t������ be impounded 80,000.  (se.) Wither it is proposed to lawsr the  waiur iu any natural Uko QratAadiagbody  af water, aud, if to, th������a���������  1. The aatioipated extent of the lower-  iag Not lowered.  ii Tbe nweaa proposed to be adoptod to  lower aud Miill..,..., i..........,   8. Tbe uatuie and chareotar, ia detail,  ot tbe w������rlca propused to bt ooeatrnoted te  -provide for tbe diBcharge sad ysnuing baok  ���������f the water By uonorste dara witb regulating gates oo&trolllug the dUolurga.  [Signature]  WlLLMOl-OK OOLUKRV CoMl'ANY,   LtD.,  W. L. Coui.so.v, General Jlaaag������r.  (P.O. address) Victoria, B.C.  Jaaaaty 10th, 1911.   ,  WATHB NOTICB.  NOTICE is hereby given tba* M  application will be made under Part  ���������. of tbe "Water Act, WW," 1������ ���������*-  tatu a licomw iu uu Utviaio* of Cutuux  Diomot.  (a.) Tha native of Cosnpaoy in NU:  WellmgUu Oultiery Ucmpai>y,   Limited.  Tin be id *SIj������ Viotoria, B.C.  Ths  oapital,    b w   divijled, "ibowina  autOBttt .aid up $'-' UO.OOtW divided into  10,000 ���������harea of $100.00 t'eeh f ullv pud np  (If for miaing purpoaea) Free atlav  er'a GarUleats No ....  (Is.) Tke name of lake, etreaaa 9*  frauree (if unnamed, tha fteeeitptic*  10 Paatlec'ga River.  (e.) Tba poiat ot OlTeraio*: At a  poir.t abova tht falla oil tbe FuuiM|������  Rivor, Cwdbox Dwtriot.  (d.) Tha quantity of waiter aPpeteA  for (In cubic feet par aaooet4):  u'7������. ,  (a.) The character of the protoaal  work*: Gaaeratit-g pint, powtrweika, aad  eloeiria works, ud plaut aad other ttiao*--  ��������� inery and o-onvi-oieuces aeceaeary for producing power.  (f.) The premieea oa which the -water la to ba used (doaertba same): Oa  ^uTTbeTlrinftTofTfia'WaiiinKtTii Colli-  ���������ry Company'* Ltd. property and  hold*  ,, iags in Ookox D'ttriot.  (g.) Tba purpoaea on wbieh tba water is to be u<ad; vietifratiuK aleetriaity,  aud tor light, heat, power, operation of  motor*, engine*, and nnohiuery ft el. kiuda  aud generally for ih* exercise of all power.  au I priyileges of a po������er company undor  Part IX. ef above Aot.  (1.) If tha water la to be aaed for  power or astfaiag purpoaea ftaaortbt  tha place wtrnre the water la to ba  returned to aoma natural ohausl,  (U>4 tba dlflereace fn altitude betweaa  jpotat of dlTfroton and po4*t of ra������  turn At a oonvenieat place br-low tha  Hteaghtoa F*lla in tha vioinlty outlet  Brown Rivar, Seetioae 10 aad 14 Tp., 0,  Comox Diitrict. Tha peat of return is  akent 800 fast lower altitodu than tke point  :   af di'aman. ' *  (j.) Araa of Grown land intaa*Ud to  ba ooeupted b; Hm propoaad woafcc:  ,N������aa-,',".���������:  (k.) TVs notitte waa ported oa the  eix'aentk day oi January, Iih I, aud appl--  eatiou will be made to tbe oemmisdoser  on the 23rd day af February, 1011  (1.) Oire the aaaaaa aad aidreaaee  of any rlpariaa proprietors or he*  atmm who or whose lands are likely  to be aflseted bf tha propoaed worka,  ntther above or below tha outlet;  WMilajt������u lelllary Company, Ltd.  Attack-   eof>y of voch part* of the  Company'a _aanaoraainm of aaaacla-  tloa aa autboriat Mm prafoaai atitl*  oatioa aad wwka  |      (Ulgnature)  ) VTEI.UKaTOM COI.MKHV COM TAUT, LTD  ��������� W, L. Couijok, General Mansier.  (P.O. addraee), Viotoria, U.O.  Kxtram from tha uauo'aixpu������ ov assoot-  ATIOK Or T������B WlltlKOtOX CObMRItY  CflMfAVr, I.IUITID,  (a) To asqulse by parehase, grant, lease  or la .ny ether roaoaar, water or  rights ta water ,..,.  |d] Ta carry <>u tlie busluoss of   elietdo lijbt, heat and power supply,,.,,  [it] Ta manafiQlnre and uie *s s motive  pettor electricity aad to msimfacttira  or acquire plant, maohioary, apparatus,  aud materials of������very kind for the pro.  rln������dni������ nnd distribution of alantrloltv. ..  U Rsearatn, use or ditpose of supply er di������-  trthuta elmtrlolly  for Hghtii'g or  Qptivayowi-r and to oanitruoi, lay  dewa, eitiblish,   and earry ant eahlai,  wires,  Unas,  accumulators,   laixps  and  Special   f-  Holiday  'Brew  For Sale by all  Hotels  in Kegs or Bottles  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, 6. C  COPYRIGHT.  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -     .     FOB  SALE  BY     -     -  Walworth-Rolston Co.  Ltd  l020 Westnintttr Ave.,      Vanoouvor, Ba C.  AcupofBOVRlLUaW  ' tooic in any season, but h is  valuable in mamr other ways,  A little added to Flashes  and Stews greatly improves  their food value. lW it when  wanning Canned Meats.  BOVRIL  ,    RUPERT LAND DISTRICT ���������   #  Diatriot ot Kupert.  TAKE notion that Fndora Mae Lctron  of Vauoouvor, B. 0. oconpat'ou ijWidow,  iUeuda to appjy tnx porn it i n to pur-  ohtuo tbe followii g d������ scrib .t land.; Qm������  mi uoio({ at at u p ������t planted about on������<  mile uovtb and 40 ohm. a <.at.t of tho ?. K.  eoraerof Sooii'm *, Toworhip !���������>, tlmr.n..  north JJOchnius, thenoe utat 80 ohi������i:i������,  theece south 80 oliHim, theneo weat 80  chains toplaovof cbifcrntnoemont, oonUiu  .iiiK 040 acron, m������ro i-r'l.iMB.  Soribed on po������t EML'������ S.W. corner.  EndoraMar Lbkuon,  Dm Cl-ifk, Agent.  l)at"d Docambar llth, 1910.  i^  n  ������������������  t* Q-3 8  fad oi o I  ta -a ;3 -Z  * * a g -,?  8������ S S S  ��������� s cr i3 t  -a 8   ������  ���������34: l\  e  0  Hi  00-  il  ������������������  a, ������  V5������    ���������  O   ������>  fcj   S **  O    ������   mt  ec ���������* S  - I a  J3 -r r,  .-.*iu  ��������� M 6  M M-K  ti     m  * c  * a  5 ���������  Si  *     ***.  O   !S  UD ^  S .  >-   n  "5  ���������A Q  1  aa  _   .  'm  m-  *  JX  H.  1  u  <4  m.  NOTICE  Any portoH or persoas, cutting,  rattioving or taking any block*,  timber or wood, of any doficriptiodn  Jalonging to tha Wellington Colliery Oo'y., or from or off tlie land  uf tba afiidCowiyiany,will Ui proa,  ecnted to tba full extant of tiie kir������  AV. h. COULSON,  Ganeral Matitigiii',  Wellington Colliery Co,y.  2fOTI<;B;  Riding on Ueoniotifes and rail  a-ar oara of tka Union Colliery  Company by, any person, or par-  aoiia���������except tain crow���������ia strictly  prohibited. Eniployeaa t������ sub-  <^c to&ismiaaal for allowing sani-  Hy order  w./ii. courvSONv''  ,  General Manure*.  KUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Diatriot oi Ilupert  TAKK notice that Gardiner Alexander Brady Spencer of Alameda  Oul., ocenporion plumber, intends  to apply for perniisnionto purchase  the following deeoribed lands:���������-,  Commencing at a post pUnted  about 30 chains wast of the south  east corner of Sec'.ion 24, Township  21, thence weat 80. chaina. thenca  eouth 80 chains, thfiiaa- oast 80  chains, thence north to south soote  of Wolf Lako. thenco-waaierly along  l-aouth shore to wear and of lake,  thence eaat along north shore about  40 chain?, thonoe north to place of  commencement, containing 4U0  acres mora or lesa.  Soribed on poai, G.A.B.S.'s N.E.  corner.  Gardner Alkxandes Brady  Spkncjsr .  Dan Clark. A|_ant  Dated December, 14th, 1910.  ltUPKKT LAKD DISTRICT  1 District of Rupert  SlTAKli   Jf'OTICE    that   AJelaide  Eat^r  Garb    lbwn,   ef   Brookfl������id,   N.  Y.,  luarrii-d woman, iutanda to apply for p������r-  uuaaian lu pnrebute the f.illowNjif; dsmrib-  edlnudK:��������� Commenotiig at a poat pUnted  at southwest oorter ot Seoliaa  It, Township !), thenre north   SO ohaine,   thence  esut 80 cliuiu?,   thenco   south   80  ahaiat,  tht net went 80 obaiua to place of coiuiuen-  ment oontaieing 040 aorcv moro or less.  JSuiibed ou post A.K.O.B'a S.W. cor  Annum* Kstek Ci.ikK Buowx  Dau Clark, ai;������ut,  Dated Dioeiubor 19th, lfi 10.  RUPEKT LANT>  PVsT?.)  Di.������irictnt '���������', ' ���������'-  TAKJE riO������utstha������ . ,  ���������.-���������.-  ' ���������".-  TaeUar.oi Vano'.uwr, p.   (!,    ecu-  pAtii;ii ������xpi������c M������r.ii;ft-*ii,-(i.'i.. Vt  to &pply 1(m prtiBa;j'-:ciCi 10 pcsuii.tra  Cun   IkH'iwihj;   d������'oritiwf    l:,,r,)������:---  Comm������tioin>t   at   a'poai   pliuiii!  about 110 chaina tren of th?  a������-u". I\  ������>*et cornat   o{  8������i������tir;ii  24/'1 own*  !������bip21,   ibo.ee   wen   SO   chaini,  thonct south SO ci.ains, ii;*i_oi' oa''.  80 chaina, tlunc. north  80 cbaiits  topinoe't-f   cnn������nii'ncam*ttt,   containing 640 acre* more or Um.  Soiibadi.nj-Oi.tNiP J T'a N.E.   ���������  Bktrtr,vm Ja������i.\s Tai-skk,  lbn Clark, agent  Dated December Hib. 1910.  if  O. H TARBELL  iMADE IN CkHkDk  Use Only the Best  Is the Standard Article  READY FOR USE  IN ANY QUANTITY  For raaWnij soap, softening valor, romwvins old paint, dininfoct-  inj sir.ks, clo3f,ts, drains and for  many oth������r' pin-poncn. A can  wiuule aO.'.lba. SAL SODA.  Sold EVgryVfiartf  E W. CILLETT CO., LTD.  ���������   ���������.' Toronto, Out.  HIGH GRADE STOVES1  Aaaiall KITCHUN ������.UTtNSlLS  Sportsmens Goods  and '  General Hardware  tt*y ******** &&*t**ite*$&t>**  FAIRFIELD  |  Z STORE Z"  J. JACK,   Prop.  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Cundies,  Fruits and Tobacco.  V aucouver Ice Cream,  The Courtenay Hotel  Rtary convonion<*c for guoiti.  Tha Oenttal Hotel for Sportsmen  None but the Rest of Wines and Liquors  at tbo Har.  RATES REASONABLE  X Dnnsmuir Are.'*'��������� .Cumberland  mm^mmtmmman-.rtfim.mmnmitatmmHmmmmmiam  RUPERT UNI) DISTRICT  - District of Rupert  TAKE notice that John Honry  Kerrinah Richardaon, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation Steamboat  Steward, iatenda to apply for permission to-purchase the following  described lands:���������Commencing at  a post planted about 40 chains  north of the southwest corner of  Section 3r Townahip 21, thence weat  80 chains- thenoe aoulb 80 chains,  theuce east 80 chains, thence norfh  SO chains to place of- commtnee-  TKeiTfcoiifa i it ing; 640 "a ores "in ore*o <���������  i luss.  3lik K. R'iN.Ecorner.  JoiIX HkXUV   KKHlllNeil   Ricuakd-  Dan Clark, A������t������������nt.  D������ted, December .16th, lQlOl  t������������*maw*������������������<������<si*a mamimm a**ma w<i������  KUrEUT LAND UISTUIOT  Distriot ef Rupert  TAKE NOTICE thuUaima Itradshaw,  ot Emporia, Florida, ciuimtiter,  iuuuufi  to apply for psrmiBttion tn ynrcbiw thu  followiug dcionbeJ lam'a:���������Coimmnomir  at a po������t plunrail 2 iuile>i wust of tlio S.E,  oornt-r ot beo(i"U '24, towuabip 20, thence  n������������rth iOoliMus, tli-noa   west 80 obaii u,  thcriCB south 40 oliaiua,   thenoeioitt 80  obaiua In place of eowmanctmeot, con-  Uioi.iK Mm  aor������B m������re or lus������.  , aonbed oa post .1 B's H.E. oorajr,  Jamxh Hkadmuw,  Una OUik, agent.-  Dated Deoembar 10th, 1U10.  RUPKRT LAND  DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Richmond  Charles Bisn of Vancouver, B. C,  lirokfr intends to apply for per  mission to purchase tbe following  described lands:���������Commencing at  a poat planted at i post between  cjeoti-Mi 18k, Townahip 9, and Section J;., Township 20, thtnee weat 40  chain*, thenoe pouth 40 chains,  tlivnct: west 40 chain*, thenca south  80 chaina; tience east 40 chaina,  thence north 40 chains, thence east  40 chain., thence north 80chains to  pmce of commencement, conuiuing  640 11 ores more or les������:  Scrihed on post RCB'a N E cor.  Richmond Cuaulks Bisb,  Dan Clark, ������nent.  Dalel Docember 19th, liUO,  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Distnat of Rupert  TAKR notice that Marguarita  Loiteh of Vancouver, B.C., occupation Ssltslariy, intends to apply  for permission to porchaaa tbe fol*  lowing described lands: -  Commaociug at * post planiaii  at ths n������rth east aornsr of 810ion  34, Township 20. thenee wast 80  chains, thence south 80 chaini,  thenoe oait 80 chain*, thence north  80 chains to plaoe of commeuca-  ment, continuing 640 acres, more  or lesa.  Soribed oa pest, M.L.'a K. S. cor.  Marqukkitk leitch.  Dan. Clark, Agent.  Datad December iG'.h, 1910.  ������������������**���������������****���������*������������������*���������������������������������������������**  RUPBUT LAND   DISTRICT  District of Ruqert  TAKE nut ice that Delia Brooks,  of Vancouver, B. C, MarrUd  woman, intends* to apply for permission to purchase tbe following  deaciibed lands:���������Commencing at  pest planted at the northwest cor  uer of Section 30, Township 9.  thenco eatjt 80 chains, tlience south  SOeiuiiiis,-. thence-we_t_H)-chains,  thence north 80 chuinB to place of  com nenccment . containing 640  iicrea more or less  Scribwi.on Post Ii, B's N. W  cor.  Deu.a Buooks,  Dan Clark, A^eut.  Dated December 17th, 1910.  HUPKHT L VKD UIST1UCT  ' UiHferict of Ruport.  TAKK NOTIUE that K.iwnrd Dyke,  of RiDRhaiutim. NY. co-ohman.in'oods to  apply for pprroission tn purohano the following d������ soribod landa:���������C.iuiNieaciuiiK at  ������ p at 'plsuied*'- 2 miles wwt of tbo  south enwt o<m������r ot vS>otinn i!4, Towuabip  20, iheno!) we������t 80 uliaiiiH, tb.noe swutli  HO oliman, theueo e������at 80 ohiinn, tar use  north 10 cbii������s tophov ofooniina^aemeut,  eontiduiDij; 6-lU asros, more or lean.  SariUd on pout KD'n N.K, oornur,  Kdwaru Dvks,  Dim Clark, Agent  Datsd Do.-eiubor 10th, 1910,  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Edra Fieber  Spencer of Alameda, Cal., naarriecl  woman, intanda to apply far per*  mission to parchar-e tha fallowing;  described lands:���������  Commencing at a po?t plantci  at tha sooth west corner of Seat ion  2 Township 21, tbaitee east 80  chains, thenca onrth 80 chaina,  thenca wasi 80 chains, thence souih  80 chains tc place of commence'  ment, containing G40 acres mora or  leiR.  Scribed on poi������t I.F.F.'s 9 W.cdr.  Edna- Fisher Bfyn'obr  Dan Clark, Agent.  Dated Deoeanber IGth, 1910.  ��������� *n *m*^amaamm���������mmm**m--am.-ma������m    **m,    ihj  main  m*saa-*maaM*aaammm.  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT   ���������__District_������LRuD������rt.   TAKE uatici* tbat K.������nicft Aaliby  of Vanoourar, B,C , married wows an  intend* to apply for permission  to  purchase the   followiu'g dat'cr-ibud '  lands: ���������  Oomtnencinu at a p,*.ji pltniea  at the south eas-. corner of. Si-ction  3, Towmbip 21, thence no������tk ^0  ohaina, tbance went 80 chaina,  "thenoaa south 80 ehaUiu, tb������hr������  eaat 80 chains tn plaoe of cr.ra*  mancoment, eonuiiung 640 Aer������a  mora or less  Scribed ou past, II A.'s 0.E. cor.  Haidbk AflRnY  Dan Clark, Agent,  D-xted DecernWr 16th, 1910.  John Johnston,    Pt*op  NOTICK TO TH 12 PUBLIC.  Ilavlug built a largo warehouse and mill  at Courtenay, 1 will in fii*uro keep on  hand a fltook of all I inds of Hoy, Ursin,  nml FcihI at lowest -market rates, A  apeolalty will be made of roller oruabeil  (end fur horsta wbioli * ill malie usitrttig  of eue third In tliu cod* of fied. Ordeia  Kiveu tho lanmster or by pbone will, be  promoMy filled, Thanking yon for your  patr> iisku lu thu past aud aoMoitlng a oon  tliinmiuo of tbe samo on broader linos, I  bog to rcmiii'i  Yonrs to eommnud,  MYRON CltAWKOKDi  Dealer in  ALTv KINDS OF  Fruit, Candy Cigars  Cigarettes & Tobacco.  Bonora Block,  'CUMBER-LAND, B,CJ.    |  HfrAKU NOTICK that William F.'Smith,  of Vauooarar, ocenpatinn, sarpsntar, iu>  teitrfa to apply icr permission to parchsaa  the followii f .leierihad lsodsi���������Cnmineno-  Ittll *���������> t \i')i*. plaut*4 at 'lit north imt nor.  Bar of N*. 1, thsaoe north 80 ehsins, ihsnoe  eut SU ohatru, ibeuM suuUi SO uUtiit-,  thsnoe west SO ehslni, te point of cooi.i.-  rnetroaut, containing 1(0 scrt*, more <,t  Urn. VVlUJAUV.ByiTH,  Naias of Applicant.  Ihte.l Jens 0th, 1910.  UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C. Ltd  Nanaimo-Unioj* ltay- Comox - Cammikix  V.ivtii r.crrr..  RnU^.Tirr nn iivdar���������  Twin.norow amaituT "C0W1CHAN"  L������-nviH Vancouver Thursday 8 p.m.  ArrWa Union (for Ciiiiiborlmul,) Friday  mornlnR  * /,        ,, -, .  A  i .'<i.������ \.-a.  J.  .tut/   ,.,^,;.',,,  Arrive Ciimplwll Ulver Friday nnoa  lUlurninu!  I.y   Comox I'ruUy 4pm  i* Union Hay      "   5   "  ������������������ Nansttuu midnight  LeaviH Vsiicoiivor, Saturday ft p ni  Arriroa N'������naimo, Pat unlay 12 pm  Auivw Uuinii, SumUy (J u m  [for l.'umWlmin]  Arrives Comox,  >nnday i) a m  HoturnlnR:���������  JOHN McLEODS  FOU E]������ST.(JLA8S  CANDY, FllUlTK,  CICMUR & T0RA0C0B  t*y*J ���������a+amemma-m,mm*mamamam*f%mamm* amammm m<ma*mm*.i  RUPBUT LAND DISTRICT  Distriot of Kupert.  TAKE MOT1UK that Charles Jndaon  Miner, ut Gcueaeo, N.Y., ietir������d fanner, '-'tends to apply for permission to  pnro- a 0 th* folio if tint dt'Heriboil land>:  Ojaweicistf at a post planted 2 mi as  west 01 ths 8U t'oruer of Seetion 24, Town  whip 20, thenco north 80���������ohii s, thonoo  seat HO obaiu������, tbenus nouth 80 ohaina,  thenoo wast 80 attains, to plaos of 0 mitn-  ��������� -eemint, contaiiiiiix 040 io������e������, maro or  la������s. Ciubui Juoho.v Mtar.a  Surbsd on poat CJAi'a 8U* omiiei'  Dan Clara, Agout.  Dated Diombsr lO'-b, 19ID  ltUPHaTLANDDIHTKIOT  Diatriot ������f HupM't.  TAKE NOTICK tliat Onorgo OirtttH U.  rocqne Miller, of Vanonnvsr, ll.C, tmuli-  aniosleu. iusar, iutanda to imply for pcrnna  aion to puiohoHO tbo followi >n du.cnbod  lands:���������Coininsi-ci >t at a put planted oils  mila east of the 1 orth ��������� oat cornor ol .Section 18, Townahip tl, thsncu ������nit 60 uhaim,  vlientonor b 40cli.lni, tin* oe  va-t 81)  ohainu, thomm aimtb 40 cli������(im to plnco  of MOinmet'oOHicot, onutaiitii.u ll'JI) uuroi,  moie or lea-.  Horihetl <n tioatOCUM's HWonr'isr,  Ueoaoa t'lHix"* LAU-injua Mii.i.f.h,  IJ411 t'ljrk, A(c������nt.  Dati.il Uei ember'JOth, I OH)  KUl'KUT UND DISTRICT  Distriot of Rupert.  TAKK NOTIOK tk.������t Tliomas FradvricV  - Tasker,  df Viinoouvar, H.O., lelegraph  "��������� operulxr, iptenda to apply for p������> mlf-  t(> aion to uuroluao the follwwing doaoribod  |,; lands:-C'liiiioencingut a pout pltnted at  tho north wa-'t corner of S������c Ion 18, loan  ���������hiptr thotice south 80 oliaiua, thonte  cast U(t till iii", thonco  nor<h 8i) ohaine,  theica wo*t 80 eliains t'i placo 11 oo'ii-  tiiouconient, ooutaiumu (U'J avros, wore  ur lean,  Soribed on po^t TF fa N.W  e-iruor.  Thomas Fhkpkhick TAfiiCK.a,  l)*a Clark, Agent.  ]>*tfld Dacmsibar tOtli. 19I0  RUrERTI.AN'l) DisTiturr.  Leavea Comnx, ������i>ndny 4pm  Itt.vb* U������������l*<������ ftiiodaySpm  T.mwi Nimlmfi, -*i,ni,tif-"niiAi.*ht  [���������ialJHot 10 cl.*u������������ Wilhoui 1.0 if I  * Mlatticl ot Uu|icrt.  ri,tj*t-i    .   .,!..   I I  ., 1   n,v������������>   l*<iMrt������  t  tl iV tm     t���������l,.\.m   k.(.-������    .*'��������� ���������  ' J      '    -    ��������� ���������  AicliiUW ul Viiitmuuvf,; Jl C , tn-  ������incer, intentla l������i ������j#|������ly f������>r ,������'rnii������  sion 10 jiuriiliuse the following ilu  lorilieil Urnls!���������CoimnoMiing ������' "  poi*. plmiled *������ ciiiij'.ia lumi.'.u" !^ lu  Lssaon's south west corner, tlititirj-  north 40 chain", thmi-'e wen 41)  cha'nf,  thence  iouth   i" ci������*������iii������.  , thence na*t 40 ftminn to  |'l������c������  '������'  mitCf, la htrahy given that mi ihefln.) , .   .    ,     M.#.  d.yofI).,omtv.r������,������VapPlleaUou will  ta wmiii������n.-eii.enu     cot.uHu.^    s(.(l  made to ������h>' Siip..ria������eiideut of   Pro������i. elal   ������",������,Mf rnnr or ������w������  Cook's Cotton Root Coffipotm&  Tee Rrent Utwiae To������te. and  ������tily ani'o eraiMaal Monthcr  llleffttlatot'en wUeh vromon eaa  aopend. Pul* ia three dfareoa  of simiRthrhe. \.il\ }So, I  udcei-ei'a.atrontrsr. $\\ mo, U,  far Mpeolal cm*, u per box.  x/ bm by all aruMises, ar ������'X  iwepaiil c������i rooofofc at pipe.  QMMnn^iiC������.,^(MTt,Jirr. (toniurfflmMtmn  |K^4^4,1������M^*lwt4wl,,lwhHhWWh  ���������9  0  0  w  U  y  ������  li  NOTIOK Is hnreby (jWen that on tha lir������t  diy "l DeoumUrr a������*t spplisatioa will ba  msde to the Sopsrlnteiulsat of Provincial  Police. Vlolorls, for the ranewal of tha hn.  t.M lionnse lo a������innjaui* tty ittsti \u iua  hotel known as ths Port An������uitahital, sit  uatedat Comai, B.C. J. 11 Hoi.mki.  Dated October 11, 1010.  4)  X  ���������.*  \  Polio*, Viotifk. fur tba tcnairal of tba no  til 1ic������nat '.<��������� sail  liquors  by mMil in tht  Until known as the Lnrae tioU], ilteaUd st  Com- x, H.^ i.oasai-a M Currs.  D������uuUo,������br It, ttl<X  Scribed on \\ *i H.P.A.VH.B cor  H.uiry V.krtrs A������nn������Af.i>.  Dhii Cl'tik, .tji^iit.  Dtftil \}mi   litis \W).  4  c  1)  ���������HUI'HRT LAKD DUTlllCT  District ot Ropert.  TAKK NOTIOB that Lillian Sbofpard,  ef 'uneouTur, B.C., married vrettan Iin  t������ads to aaply for pormisirlee ta pnrshaie  the folIowtuR d������aoribed lands:-"0^nim������>a.  sine iiiapo^. plaat������i at the somh  east  ei'rn.r of fWetinn 24, Township 11, tfeenes  a<irth 80 ohains,  tbeaae wwt TO ahaiua,  themu sou>h 60 ohain.,  thenee east SO  ebsina tn plsce of eommneaecmoat, ������k.c-  toi'.inr 64A auras, mora ar Ism.  Bo'ikkd oa pvst L8's ������.K. coruer"  LiiUAN Bvsrraio.  Daa Clark, Agent.  Bated Decauber Utb, 1910.  {W * ���������wt..��������������� i������������iii Win     ������.���������'���������!    1 1 1 11      nli^Si ana Mil -m<m    im ,  BUPKRT LAND DUfl'RICT  Distriot of Rap������rt.  TAKK NOTIOK thnt Williass Wadnise  Sheppsrd, of   VaneouTar,    B.C.,   oib-  inat mskar, intends U apply far perunH*  vion ti purchase the following desortivod  lavidti-ComiioncldK as s p"st pllWpd oan  mlla west of th* loiithessi corner of tea-  tion S4, Township 21,  (haaoe north 60  ohrina, thenco wast 10 vhsiaa,  thonoe  aomhtto ohalsa, theno.i east -80 ehklns tn  plaoe of eorottm.oouioot, eontaiiiiiig 640  aoras, mora or 10 s.    ���������  Soribed 0 ��������� po������t W tV 8's 8 B. earner.  Wjlwam W^nstAH HnsprAao.  Dsa Clnrk, Agant,  Datvd Psccmber lHils, lt>t0.  mm4  RUPP.nT LAN D DI8T WCT  Distriot of Kilpo-'t.  TAKE NOTIOK that William Kenri.  risk Tanker, ot V*nonuv������t li,C. uainiifO' ��������� it r  ar������ nasnt, iiiUsdn t" apply fo> i^rini aw-n  to pnnhasi lis f#ll������ wln������ iiihoribs*) Inud-:  t'oainioeinff at a pint plautoJ nbont L  mile ��������� au of thu north w������ at eorn������r of aer������  tion l,t, Towiis'"ip 9, thteeacsaiUOohaina  U������nm- i-ottth 80 rlnfn , tlwne>! ������s������t A(f  chain", herae i>or h W cb������i a *n flseeof  (H.,UU.������...      Ut    it',       UH   \m.'m'.m'k\        ,{. .Z'   "������������������  vaoro nr u\aa.  Heri e.i ������a po������t WKT's N.W. eirner,  U'ii.uam KitatiMtnt Taukbb,  I'm (Mark, Aeeoir.  Dot. A D en <>l*r I0h, IQIO.  Kf*rM.TtTt.AWT>T-it<i'nTrrr  Dutriouf Ruiert,  TAKK NOTICK Ihnt IiibaiU M������nk-  lott-0, <������( Va-ieoiiver, 11. C, - altiv  ol rk, in'#iiiU t" spply f.>r p>itoiv.it't it ���������  lueh ian ili������ fnl'ow "C -'������* ������.'ilvKi la������d������;-������  I'-immniuiuu tt * |i ������t plini������<t ������.t bi 11 ? h  ������i* i-r-n-r >t Stt* u :<&. To* anjr f).  tin- rHai.ith HO c tint, Hn. n\ p.,,1 ������,(,  rh.'itt-. th-.o m.it'i HO i-.btiira, <,V.-ni*������*  -.'���������t%:: HH.n -,. ,1, ���������(, i.\t\���������i nt cA.tiwrro  ma i. <v>i t'iut'jf t'������SM-.<>������,(i,i���������i).|s������,* h������%*  ������,:vh 1) .... i-. .t iV.'. N' V, ..<,?. ,-.  Ii>������h,.ij.\ V;..s������iii.r(t.:,  U������.t. 'lit*, i.yf    .  I) U^lhcenitt r WtU.  liltU  ��������� ^^^���������^���������k-^.^^^^tiat,,,,,,^ ii >'.,. ,'*-'.    ,   * -'-  a  THE   NEWS, .CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  HAD THROAT  TROUBLE SINGE  CHILDHOOD  All Treatments failed. Relieved  by Peruna.  Mrs,   Wm.   Hoh-  mann, 27S4 Lincoln  Ave.,   Chicago,   111.,  .writes:  "I Buffered with  catarrh of the bronchial tubes anil had  a terrible cough over  since a child.  "I would alt .up. in  bed with plllowa  propped up behind  me, but at ill the  cough would not let  me sleep. I thought  said everybody else  that I had consumption.  "So reading tho  papers about Peruna I decided to  try, without, the  least bit of hope that  it would do me any  pood. But after tak-  I noticed a change.  My appetite got better, so I kept on.  never discouraged. Finally I seemed  not to cough so much and the pains in  my chest got better and I could rest at  night.  "I am well now and cured of a chronic  cough and sons throat. I cannot tell  you how grateful I am, and I cannot  thank Peruna enough. It has cured  ���������where doctors nave failed and I talk  Peruna wherever I go, recommend it to  everybody. People who ��������� think they  have ffli-aamptlon better give it a  trial."3..    .������������������������������������ " ��������� '���������   '  MONKEY LAND.  Mrs. Hohmanrt.  lng three0 bottles  A Bad  Break "  "That's just what I wanted," she  exclaimed enthusiastically.  "I'm so glad. It's a hairpin holder  you know."  "Is that so ? Why I thought it was  an ink well."  Soft corns arc difficult to eradicate but  Ilolloway's Corn Cure will draw them out  painlessly.v  A woman seldom realizes her ideal  in men or parlor furniture.  Minard's   Liniment   Cure   Diphtheria,  Likely  Mrs. Bungo���������I wonder, who seijt  this book, "What, can Be Done With  a Chafing Dish?"  Burigo���������I guess the" doctor.       ���������  ShlehhGuiv  rkly atops cougha, ourea ooldn, heal*  tbroatnoii   lunaa. -   <   ���������  UA Mat*  Where?  "And where," demanded hia wife,  with flashing eyes, "would you he  now, only for mo?". .  The man glnced at the clock. It  wns verging on midnight. He sighed,  ond was silent.���������Puck.  Daughters of  Mra. Emmott  "Well,over four years ano my'two  little girl* with takon with a rfrond-  fill scalp troubio thnt tlm doctora  called  linnworin.    Thoy attended  the  IiohTillnl as out-piit,ient.H  for a year. I had to apply their  olntuvMit wllh a brush, givlriR tho  ohlldron.frlKhtfnl pain. I nlno hud  to lmvo their bendfl Bhnveil overy  two wenliH, but thoy aot no heller  undor tho treatment. Tlioy urikI to  cry with thn tormnntlnR ltoliinn,  und tholr homfa woro covered with  n thick Bcurf and dandruff.  "About ny^or riRo I dotermlnod  to try tho Ciiticum ItoniedioH. I  iisoil plenty of (Jutiourn Koap tuiii  nppllorl tho Cuticura Ointment. I  used only about threo cuke* of  Ciitlonra Roup and throo Ijoxoh of  Cuticura Ointment nnd thoy wero  otiwl, Thnlr Imlr In RrowiriK Iotik  and nlcn nRnin. Thoy bncl-hocotno  ao ill after tholr threo yeara of mil-  forin������ thnt I had to send ononwav  i.'>  T,  ; '���������:,'.; V;i!i\l,'T -,{ ,'    ]���������  ,v  :    '  i '  Iiw sho wns cttrod: but now rIio'Th  Jipino, weii and strong. Aly vounaur  ���������gh\ wtw nwny from school nlno  amontha with tho.dlBnano. I am vory  krntefiil to Cuticura and for their  'oh drtm aanko I hopn other mot hern  1-wlll try It. Tho Cntieiira floap twill  niwnvt nun fnr tf mnt'cq Hia Tuilr un  lovely,"  (Hiarieil)  Mrs. Non* Kmmott,  88, Lena Gut-dorm, Uroolt Clrwn, W.,  ^ London.  Qxticura.  Soap and Ointment  attnttl tlm spaMllrat arid most ���������fwiorolml  trtsimrni tnt lichmi, liurnlnt. mil tiuinou  nl Intinn, rMMm and tdulti a iln|l������ trt  It uficn nufflrkni told titrruiibftui Hit vkhM.  Banil w 1'otttr Hnn A Cliom. CV>rl������., llnitcm.  ,UH A., for SJ-Pii* Cuikim Hook an umi-  waul ol ikln and nt*ip alBkiiooa.  W. N. U., Ho. 032,  Where.Armies of Gibbering Apes Make  Life Miserable.  If at any time you should happen  to be in, India, just remember to let  tho monkeys alone, for to kill one  would mean to ge't yourself very cor-  dially disliked by the Brahmans,  whose religion forbids them to take,  the life of any creature. As a resulti  the people of India aro overrun by a  great many animals against which,  they can make but a feeble resistance, the monkey in particular being  a real tyrant.  The shops "of tho cities are without,  doors arid windows, and whatever ia  offered for sale is exposed to*the open  air. The monkeys nr������ always at hand  ���������watching'thoir opportunity and if the  merchant absent himself for a moment, instantly the nimble ape3 are  helping themselves to anything they  fancy. ^  Oh. one occasion tho, streets of Be-'  tuiros, the sacred city of India, had1  become so overrun with those impudent little plunderers that the merchants held n meeting and decided  that something must be done. Inasmuch as their .relink*n .'forbade them  to.kill the monkeys, they decided to  banish.; tho pests '.,.  The streets were surrounded and invaded, the monkeys were all captured  and placed in cages. Then they were  taken to a largo forest at a considerable distance from the city and freed  in the middle of the trees, The scampered into the branches as if they  were having a very .good^time; and  there ' the merchants left them and  returned to their shops, rejoicing that  now they could nod in peace. That  evening there was a rare sight in Benares. Into the.streets, just at dusk,  there came a great capering army of  apes.-They were the monkeys of Benares, who had found their way home  from the forest into which they had  been banished, and, though theyumust  have been very tired from traveling  on foot so long a distance, their joy  on reaching home again was so great  that they gamboled like a troop of  school children coming home from a  picnic.  Being town bred monkeys, they had  not enjoyed country life! Next day  they were,all at. their old posts, raiding the food shops with renewed and  eager appetites and greatly refreshed  impudence.  o The Effects of Arsenic.  "You no doubt,have observed the  lily white complexion of some-women.  These women are sacrificing years of  their lives,, for that beautiful skin- by  the use of arsenic,", said D. V. Duval,  a chemist,.of Manchester, Eng. ' -���������  .    "It is a,'.well-kiibwn".fact'.that.'thou-''  "sands-of~women-i-n-a41-countries-of-the-  world use the poison in small quantities to bleach their skin. It is im  ..effective means of whitening and  clearing the complexion, but the,complexion given by its use'has no permanency unless the absorption of the  drug be continued.  "Arsenic, as science has long told  us, is an accumulative poison. When  one takes it either by prescription for  the upbuilding of an appetite or for  the bleaching of the skin he does not  feel any ill effects for several years.  The effect of tlie drug is bracing and\  makes a person feel like eating.   It  . also, aids the digestion. The average  user of the poison takes it in such  small quantities thnt he does not, realize how much" of it will accumulate  in his system in the course of four or  five years.  "Being an accumulative poison it  often takes that length of time to see  the results of tho drug, Then the  user may complain of not being able  to control his fingers or toes. Subsequently he loses control of his hands  and arms.   Arsenical poisoning is the  ��������� result, ,���������'....'  "Five years ago in Manchester there  was an epidemic of paralysis. Sev-  oral thousands of persons were striken. Several hundred died and the  medical profession of England made a  thorough investigation of the malady  and traced it to beer. Tho investigators discovered that tho brewers wore  using a clucoso in tho brewing of  .their product which was found to contain a small quantify of arsenic, Tlila  drug, imhibed in small quantities iu  beer, hud gradually accumulated iu  tho bodies of thousands of person?,  had impoverished their blood and left  a great percentage'of thorn helpless."  Too Expensive to Eat.  Mr. George Graves, who is appearing wiih "such"aueeoas on tho variety  ���������stage in "Koffo of Bond Street," lu  1/mdon," is tin enthuHinUic sportsman, nnd rocontly had a day's shooting In Norfolk, Missing his train buck  ho endeavored, tn catch it nt Cambridge by niotor-cnr, but foiled, owiiiu  to tuo bursting, of a thu, lu order  to nppoiir nt tho theatre ho was com-  polled to charter a si������coiii.l train from  the University town. Mr. Graves' remark, as ho alighted from hid expensive ciiiivcyniieo at Liverpool street  and handed his man a bruco of part-  ridges, was very characteristic of him,  "(let thoho birds stuffed, thoy como  too high to cat."  Ambassndor as Mountaineer.  Mr.'Jamofl Brvco, tho British nm-  bnsHiidor at Washington, who was re-  oontly prnntod nn nudionco by tho  ��������� King, was born in Belfast seventy-  yours uuo. liiit father vni������ .'v.adi.iuJ  his mothor Irish, Ho is credited with  tho ability to speak���������or rteqiiiro���������-nearly evory known language. Uo haa  talked with African kings at tho councils : hns hanoiifttted with the Dynka;  haa climbed Home ol tho highest  mountains in tho United Stntas; has  stood on tho top of Mount Ararat���������  thu first man smco NorUi���������has beon  in Bvissin, in India, nnd Japan, nnd  knows nearly every part of tho British  Kmpire, even to the Fiji Islands.  Prevaricator.  The word prevaricator in from the  Latin nnd originally meant u strad-  dler with distorted or misshapen legs.  In tho Roman courts of law tho e������-  pronsion was applied to one who In a,  suit was discovered to be In collualon'  witb his opponent to compass some  dfshonofify. As fal^h<���������*<>! wnu tha necessary part of such a performance,  tho word by nnd by enmu to have th*  ifsnlftCAUfie 4i pifeKAt attached to it,  BUY COCKSHUTT DRILLS  LIGHT   IN   DRAFT���������SEED   ACCURATELY.  ���������ar-:  Scottish Divorces  Divorces to tho number of 224 were  granted by the Scottish courts during  the present year, as compared with  195 last year. Wives were ��������� granted  divorces in 183 cases, and only live  petitions were refused.  Mlnard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper  Probably no ono had, more ready  wit than Sir Frank Lockwood," the  lawyer. He wns a tall man, and an  unruly member of his audience'once  called out lo him in the- middle of a  speech, "Go it* telescope 1"  "My friend is mistaken in applying  thnt term to me," said Sir Frank,  quietly. "He ought to claim it for  himself, for, though l\e ennnot draw  mo out, I think I can both see  through him and shut him up."   ;  "Young Staylntp got a delicate hint  from the young lady he was calling  on the other evening."  "What was it?"  "She found looking at the clock  and other familiar devices useless, so  she ordered some refreshment and  her mother sent in a plate of breakfast food."  autokly ataaa tsuiw, i  mm. tanat a*a4 mataa.  esmta,  Hospital Physician���������"What ward  do you wish to be taken to? A pay  ward or a-���������"  Maloney���������"Iny of thim, Doc, that's  safely Dimocratic."���������Puck.  Here's a Home Dye  That  ANYONE  Oan Use.  HOME DYEING has  always been more or  less of a difficult undertaking-- Not ao when  you uae  DYOtA  t  ONE"" ALL KINDS*  Send (or Sample  Ctrd and Story  Booklet 90  The JOHNSON.  RICHARDSON  CO., Limited, '  Montreal, Can,.  JUST THINK OF IT! ^t  With DY-O-LA you can color either Wool,  Cotton, Silk or Mixed Goods Perfectly with  the SAME Dye. No chance of using the  WRONG Dye for the Goods you have to color.  BLACK  STOVE POLISH  saves the tired housekeeper work and worry.  ���������It is a coavenient''paste  in a large can. A gentle  nib with' brush or cloth  brings a beautiful,  mirror-like shine that  is not affected by the  heat. For stoves, pipes,  grates and ironwork.  If your dealer does not carry  "Black Knight'.' Stove Polish in  stock, send us his name and ioc,  and we will seud a full size tin  by return mail.  THE F.F.MLLEY CO., LIMITED  nAHHION, ONT. JO  Mnkars e/tht/antous "s ia /" Skat Palish,  GOOD HEALTH FOR  RUNDOWN MEN  If You Are Weak and Easily  Tired Try Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills  Anaemia is a state into which ono  fn 11a because of lack of blood, or because the blood is poor, weak; and  watery. The man or woman who  has-not.', enough blood is pale, languid, easily tired and easily depressed. As the trouble progresses other  symptoms show themselves, and the  life of the sufferer is one of. misery.  * Anaemia opens t the door to consumption; and gives victims to all the  epidemic maladies, because the whole  body is weakened and unable to resist the inroads of disease. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are the best remedy in the world for the cure of anaemia, and, all its attendent miseries.  They make the������ blood rich, red and  pure, thus, bringing health and  strength to weak, despondent men,  and-women. We do not. know of a  single case of anaemia where Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills have failed to  cure if given a fair��������� trial. Mr. John  Hastings, Venn., Sask., was a victim  of this trouble and found new health  through Dr. Williams' Pink Tills. He  says: "I was working on a railway  driving a team and found myself  gradually running down. I did-not  pay much attention,to it at first,���������but  soon I began to lose my appetite and  it was a trial,to get through my day's  ,wprk. I got medicine from the doctor on the-works, but it-did not help  me, and finally I got so bad I told  the foreman I would have to quit.  He told me not to lose hope, that he  would get some medicine that would  soon make mo all right. That*night  he went to town and bought me three  boxes of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I  had not taken more than two boxes  when I began to feel better, and after  l"haTr'u_cd'fivc"boxes^I~was-"as~welh  and strong as ever, and could do a  day's work with any man on the job.  I may just ndd that before I began  taking the Pills I was so run down  that I weighed only 122 pounds, and  while taking them I gained 22 pounds.  I cannot say too much in favor of  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills and strongly  'recommend them to all run down  men."   ,  ' You cari get these Pills through  any medicine dealer or by mail at 60  cents a box or six boxes for $2.50  from The Dr.'Williams' Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  "I suppose the father gave the bride  away?"  "Not exactly. He gave a million  away nnd threw her in."  Quit fooling sorry for yourself  and get busy''helping somo ono else  and looking out for life's more excellent gifts and you will ho happy.  PILES GURED IN 8 TO 14 DAYS  Your druggist will refund money if  PAZO OINTMENT fnMs to cure any  oaso of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or,  Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 days.   60c,  "A young woman wants to know if  sho Hhould marry a youth who calls  her 'kiddo,'" snid the editor of tho  "Heart Helps" department.  "Toll hor," growled tho mnnnging  editor, "to buy a pump gun and loam  how to shoot."  THE RIGHT WAY  In all cues ������f  DISTEMPER, PINK EYE, INELUENZK,  COLDS, ETC.  at all horses, broodmares, colts, stallions, 1* to  "SPOHN THEM"  on their totiKues or in tlio feed put Spohn's Liquid  Compound, Glvo tha ronimly to nil of tliom. It  acts on tha blood and elands. It routes tliodlsoasfl  by expelling the ilisonso terms. It wards off tho  troubio no matter how thoy aro "oxpOBod." Absolutely tree from atiythlne injurious, A child  can ftatety take it. sue and It.co; fs.jo and fii.oa  th* dotca.. Sold by druggists and harueiidealors.  Distributor*!  All Wholesale DruggUU  SPOHN MEDICAL CO.,  Chemists   and   Bacteriologists  GOSHEN, IND., 1). S. A.  WHEN IT COMES TO  PAPER BAGS and  MATCHES  We are   everywhere with the   standard goods.  Paper and Matchea are eur specialties.    Let us  knew yeur want*���������we'll de the rest.  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Perhaps one reason the attention  somo mon pay women is called  "marked" is that it is so hard to rub  out the marks.  Minard's Liniment Curec   Colds, etc.  Bo suro and take your church manners to the meeting house with you.  Piety without courtesy" ia dulled.  NADRU - C ������  will ������top thst aplitting htadtaht qtihlt nnd aura.   Will not harm hoartfor ntrvoui srttcm,  SSetnti* box tit all druggisti' ���������  NATIONA.Ii  DIIUO  K CUKMICAT* CO.  OV CANADA. LiMiTM) BB  I sy  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  I  "I t  the  your son through one day and see the amount of absolutely  unnecessary and superfluous-exercise ho takes. He wants a  booh from upstairs, and takes the flight three stepB at a time,  coming down by way of the banister, or ln leaps that would  seem to endanger his nock, If he must go to the postofflce to  mall a letter, tho chances aro that he will run all the'way,  vaulting over hydrants and hitching posts en route. He romps,  ho wrestles with his'Bchoolmatos, he Indulges In what Is known  among lads an "rough, houso" whenever ho meets a comrade  wlio will aid and abet him ln scuflling and feats of strength.  And yet. all thoso things aro ovor and abovo what ho considers  his legitimate sports���������rowing, bicycling, walking, baseball and  football plnylng, hunting, fishing. No wonder  that ho Is hungry after  hours spent lu any one  of these pursuits!  Let us take all of these  things into consideration In criticising the  ravenous lad, Yet, after we have done this,  wo should be' careful  that he does not become a gourmand. A  healthy, even a very  great, appetite Is to be  expected; gorging and  gluttony are not. Moreover, they are distinctly  Injurious. The body  ��������� needs a generous amount  of nourishment and will  take good care of that  which Is required to as-  ���������tst ln growth  'Vaulting over hydrants en route."  '"A  GROWING boy is hollow down s*  to his heels!"  A dear woman made the above  remark after seeing her 16-year-old  nephew dispose of a breakfast con-i  sisting of an orange, a bowl of cereal  and cream, two sausages and six hot  biscuits, topped by a cup o������ cocoa. I  wondered where he put It' all, unless,  as his relative suggested, his legs were  hollow. Yet ten minutes later I came  upon him munching a large red apple.  Atr my exclamation of amused astonlsh-  -ment-he-flushedj-then-laughed: '-���������  "Oh," he said frankly, "I might as  well acknowledge that 1 never get  enough to eat. I read somewhere that  one of those big doctors who write about  diet and things like that said that everybody should leave the table a little  hungry, or feeling as If he could, eat  Just a little more. Well, I would satisfy  that pill peddler, all right. I always get.  up from the table with an aching void."  'My observation of other boys leads me  to think that his experience Is a common one with young human beings be*  tween the ages of 7 and 21. We older  people are often rather impatient with  them because of their hearty appetites,  reminding them that we manage to keep  up health and strength and do our work  ln tho world on one-half of what they  eat.  A fact whlrh we are prone to forgot is  thai whllo we havo waste to mako up  for, young pooplo have both waste and  growth to repair. Moreover, the most  atrcnuouB of grown-ups, unless he be a  professional athlete, seldom leads as  active a life as does tho boy.   Watch  .and to repair waste. All that is put In  the stomach beyond these requirements  is simply an additional and unnecessary  load of matter to be disposed of, and to  be thrown off as useless material. Violent 'exercise facilitates tho disposal of  this excess, causing the skin to act  freely and encouraging tho bowels and  kidneys to functionate regularly. But It  Is a mistake to give all of these agents  more than they can tako caro of. They  may become overwearied and rebel, and  thon a case of nuto-lntoxlcatlon or toxic  poisoning will result.- v  Ono of tho things that shoi'ld be considered with the growing boy or girl is  Iho kind of food eaten. Tho mother  should havo some knowledge of tho  nourishing properties of various articles of diet, that sho may consider  quality rather than quantity. For Instance, a soft-boiled egg.' a slice of  wholesome bread and good butter, and  a glass of unskimmed milk will nourish  moro than would fried entrees, rich pastries and several kinds of sweets washed  down with lemonade or soda water.  Moreover, the indiscriminate use of such  articles Is undeniably harmful to the  digestion.  We are too careless with excellent digestions���������we parents. We may know  that our children have what one girl  claims is her fortunate portion���������"a stomach that could digest a norse8hoe"-but  they will not bo the happy possessors of  considerate   of   the, stomach   of  your  healthy girl or boy.  A pernicious habit that Is Indulged in.  most families is that of cai(jig between  meals, and It is a habit that Is so easily  acquired that, onco formed, It Is aim-  cult to break.   If a lad   has   for   his  breakfast, at 7.30 or 8 o'clock, fruit of  some kind, a cereal with milk or crenm.  nn egg, or several slices of bacon, or a  bit of llsh, with milk or coeoit, lie needs  nothing moro until the luncheon hour nt  half past 12 or 1 o'clock. At this tlmo  his food must be good and wholesome.  And right here Is where many mothers  err with regard to the boys who take a  luncheon to school with them.   This Is  frequently something that "tastes good"  or   tlmt   "will   do,"   rather   than   that  which will nourish and strengthen.   In  many cases the "snack" carried in box  or paper is the same thing day after  day.   The   motlier should  tax  her  Ingenuity to provide a different luncheon  for each duy of the week.   This is not  as hard as It sounds to her whose one  idea of his repast Is severaj thick meat  sandwiches.   Let her cut the bread thin  and vary the filling by putting ln on one  day   minced   hard-boiled   eggs;   on   another,   grated   American   cheese;   on   a  third,  sardines,  drained  from  their  oil  and   flaked.    On   lhe   fourth   day   thin  strips of  crisp  broiled  bacon  may  be  laid between slices of brown bread on  which   have  been   spread    baked    and  mashed  beans.    On   the  fifth   moving  the mother may spread the bread with  cream cheese  and lay on this a leaf of  lettuce dipped In French dressing. With  the  sandwiches  put   each   day  a   rosy  apple  or  a ripe  but  firm  banana,  or  - some figs or dates.   If your child is so  fortunate as to attend a school where  milk, cocoa and soup are provided at  noon���������as   is   the   case  ln   most   of   the  schools  in our large  cities���������Insist  that  a cup of soup or a glass of milk shall  be taken  with  the sandwiches.   Or,  If  the child likes It,  let his beverage at  noon be hot  cocoa.    A warm drink  is  grateful in cold weather and assists di-   icestlon, ;_  animal  Is overflowing.    Thoy  form  an  Important part of the diet; and\t Is the  abuse  of  them,  not   the  use of them,  that is to be deplored.   Constant munching of candy and eating bonbons much  of the time between meals! Is a perversion of a natural appetite.  .  Young people will rush to extremes -  diet If allowed to do so; and here thb  mother's curbing hand Is needed.    Sho  should never nllow her child to make an  entire   menl  of  one   special  article  of  food.   The boy who declines meat and  all vegetables except potatoes Is showing  a lack of self-control and an indulgence  of an idiosyncrasy thut will mean trouble all along the line for him if he be  not restrained in youth,   Insist on his  taking other food. ' Potatoes aro ^excel-  "lent in their wuy; they should not be  ���������the only food eaten.   1 know ono family ln which tho Indulgence of childish  whims  was carried to such an excess  thnt one of the boys would have an entile dish of potatoes for himself at each  meal,   and   the   pretty   daughter   must  have at her place u loaf of bread and a  quart  of  milk,  as  that was  "all   Bho  wanted."  Another son ate no vegetables  or bread, but would dispose of a half  , dozen slices of rare roast beef al a sitting.   Needless to say, no servant was  willing  to  cook for this  family   whose  mother believed ln allowing the children  to "follow their own inclinations."  if a child has been properly tramuu, he  will not have abnormal fancies. I r -  member one small boy whose liking for  cerea-ls and bread wa3 so strong that  he Insisted that he did not like anvthimr  but porridge and toast. His mother demanded that he take upon his plate and  eat a little of each wholesome article  of food that was set before the other  children. If he did not, he could have  no cereal or bread. By the time the  little fellow was 6 years old he had  learned to like everything that the'  other children ate.  One of the reasons so many young people eat so much and yet are not satisfied is because they take their food too  rapidly. A quarter pound of meat slowly  and thoroughly masticated will satisfy  hunger more than would a half pound  of meat "bolted" or swallowed un-  chewed. Insist that each child spend a'  reasonable  length  of  time in- disposing  "This longing is perfectly legitimate."  "Put in each day a rosy apple."  such digestive faculties if they abuse  them whllo young. Just because your  15-year-old, son has fine muscles, and Ib  a superb physical specimen, you do not  allow him to strain those muscles,  wrench his back, and, perhaps, rupture  delicate tissues, by putting upon thorn  an unnatural strain.   You should bo as  We parents should strive to consider  this matter of eating from the child's  point of view. Let us look back to our  own youth and try to remember how  very good things tasted then. They  never will bo as delicious again, we  sigh, regretfully. This fact should, make  us patient with the child whose eyes  light with ecstatic Joy when tho platter  of ice cream Is brought in, and who  finals Jt hard to suppress his delight at  its appearance even when there Is "company" present. It vexes uh sometimes  that he does not conceul this Joy, and  yet we might rather havo an amused  sympathy for tlio youngster. Oh, If wo  could feel' like that!  But we can't.  Nor do we always sympathize with the  love of Bwoots manifested by our children. Yet this longing Is perfectly legitimate. Sweets supply tho fuel to keep  going the energy with which the young  of the contents of his plate, and he will  be better nourished, healthier and havo  a more normal appetite.  duvurtu Hanla*t<t<  Start ht Library  IN AMAZINGLY cheap form���������for a  few pennies, indeed���������almost all tho  best books are to be had; and I think  every one owea It as a sacred duty to  his mind to start a littlo library of his  own, How much do wo not do for our  bodies?. How much thought and monoy  '-ao they not cost us? And shall we not  think a littlo for the clothing and adorning of tho Imperishable mind? This  private library may begin, perhaps, with  a single volume, and grow at the rate  of ono or two a year; but thoso, woll  chosen and well mastered, will becomo  such a fountain of strength,and wIh-  doru that each ehall bo eager to add to  his store, A dozen books accumulated  in this way may bo bettor tr.an a whole  library.���������ivi'ui..,.ioiiu.  THE   HOUSEMOTHERS'   EXCHANGE  IMPORTANT NOTICE  ���������nEOAUSE of the enormous  fi number of letters sent' to  *-* the Exchange, I must ask  oontributore to limit their communications to mil ioords, except  in oases of formulas or recipes  which require greater apace, I-  want all my aorrcuponilcnts to  have a showing in the Corner,'  and if mv request in this respect  is complied with it will he possible to nrint many more letter*,  Offers Danish Recipe  1AM flighted thnt you lmvo como to  tho defense or what ono constituent  calli "a wretched diuim," and what 1  proudly call "mow." , ���������  My husband snld on* evening after lamn  ono had liven nrulslng tlm despised dish;  "Yen my wlfo certainly makes nlo������, tender gravy l1 ....  In tlio absurd inlstako lurka tlio wholo  lorn't of IU aucea**���������iho dellclou* brown  gravy which should acaomimny und por*  n if ft lo tlio moat.  I/ut lumnior, .while t wns III, a maid  ���������Itemr.led to mako our favorite itaw. The  mm It wai a woeful disappointment, and we  forbore ordering It again until I wan well  enough to attend,to it,  Doom thnt Hound boastful? I don't Inlfnd  to "brag," but ������o few women know how to  cook cheap mean pn.lntnbly,  Mra, Todgsrn need not lmvo worried ovor  "gravy" If tho had used a U'ut oxtrnct  na a base. 1 am fain in tail back upon It  sometime* tn. Improve llio quality nml to  Increasi* I hn quantity of my amices,  I maw* a very good veal ri#w by cooking  small piece* nf veal In beef sleek until  fonrfpr t season with nnil. penner and n  leatpoonlui ul curry puniier, (mn serve  -���������-���������--'--   ��������� nfcf-" l  '--  wllh rlcn   cooked hv vonr rirlpe.  Do you iiwodVa m>, i������i|immi  f, .   .    .,  for nunlidi cookery?   One yenr ngo wo re-  Do you iiwodVa m>, kiiimmi nn rutins*  ,'or nunlidi cookery? One yenr ngo wo re-  moved into a two-flat building.   "line upper  floor wa* renin! tu u t)nnl*h family, ami  now I can get my eovcitd rttdie*.  Perhaps finny nml tlir.e In send ������f.mo to  the "Corner." but j nm an very busy! Unit  Juno another blrdllng Mew Into our mat,  nml now T am thi������ imurt mMher nf lhrci>  ilenr imie eiilirtien. Mime (it my liienrt*  Hit/ me. dm | thank (lo<| dully for health  ������ir.ii sirergth to work and for the iiower of  loving and I hn ponce nmt plenty nf our  quiet home.  1 K-ind fm itampi tn help out Ihe will-  torlnl   "postal  fund."  "JANB" (Chicago).  Welcome bark to Iho Exchange  Cornor! Thrice welcome for having  nn fflorlotis nn nvrn** fnr ymir (ont?  silence! Hend us the Danish recipes  ut your convenience���������oh, for Instance,  *'hen the newent baby In riflr.-p nnd  the boy nnd the other jHrlle nre play-  ,li>B In a far corner, and you feel that  you havo earned tho right to sit  ijulolly down and relax, physically,  for half an hour. Novor nogloot this  duty to yourself and to thoso to  whom your health Is precious. Cry  "UnitI" boforo you broak down.  If my cupboard (rofrlgorator) Is  haro of stock, I uso a 10-oont can of  boot soup, after straining it. A cnn  of tho samo brand, mnrlcod "Chiclcon  Broth," mado up a delicious chicken  and oystor plo last week, combined  with a pint of oystors and tho fragments of u roast fowl too scanty and  doaultory to nppoar again upon tho  tablo undisguised. ,,      ,, ,       ,    _t  At another tlmo tho chicken broth  was strnlnod and ouboB of vonl cooked tender ln it. Tho gravy was  drained off and soasonod with  paprika,* salt, a dash of onion Juice  and chopped jmrsloy. thickened with  a tobloBpoonful .of uuttor rolled in  Hour anu oooltod to a roux, A ham-  bollod egg was out Into hits nnd  added', the gravy wns poured back  over tlio veal and brought to a boll,  nnd behold, an Imitation ohltikon  stow thnt deceived threo hungry  hoyn, when served upon buttered  toniit nlrendy softened with hot milk.  Try It as'ono ohoap dish tlmt will  Mitlsfy thoeators.  Pumpkin and Cranberry Pie  T'lcaae aonil me ft .good recipe for pumpkin  pie,   All I nave tried ������eem w dry.  noticed lomu tlmo ago u recent  for  w Hid leltuce. .... .  ....  Thia  waa my- mollier** recipe,   nnd we  Vlavo yoii alan ������ recipe for crnnberrv pl*T  Wilted Lettuce  W������������h nnd break Into amnll plecea, two  Inrpe "nfifln 'if lertueo, Vot Int'i ������ lnri"������  frying pun '4 puumt of aali purlc cut uuo  dice.   l'ry brown.  Heat 1 egg nnd 1 taaapoonful of flour  tngeiher, add 1 pint of vinegar mixed, with  water slid., diluted to pull your male. Wlien  tlio pork 1ms nrnwnad. atfrlnto the frying  pun the rout of the uuredlanti. excepting  tho lettuce, and bring tn a. boll, iKlnnl y,  tntl Inmlie lettuce and rnnV eltrrl.H' with  ll. tor*,  utilll i'i" leuiue u wiium,  Mra. H. 11. (White J'lnlm. N. Y.).  As we have told you by post, wo do  not mall rocluc* to correspondents,  Wore wo to umlertako thia thero would  ho no tlmo left tnr other branches nf  our service,  Ilelow plonne find trustworthy formulas for the pies you wish to make:  Pumpkin Vie  I'are, need and cut the pumpkin up.  Btew. and run through tbei Mlnmtwr  t'tmuKh l������ HU iwu cU|j*. l,i:t It cool and  *!lr Into It the lii'iiteu yojim ������f I  tirira,   stirred   light   with   a  cupful   of  white sugar. Add gradually* keeping '  tho ogg-boater buny all tho time, 1 quart  of sweet milk, I 'teaspoonful* of mixed  ground cinnamon, mueo and ginger,  lastly the whitoB of the eggs whipped  stiff. Lino a deep nle dish with a good  paste, out slashes In It hero and there,  glvo a Until Btlr to the custard as It Is  poured Into the paste and bake In a  steady oven,  ISnt cold with powdered sugar strewed  over .the top.  Ontnborry Pio  Chop line 1 cupful of soeded minims,  liulvo 'i uupl'uls of cranberries, mix  with Vi cupful of cold watei-. and l  cupful of sugar, Btlr 1 toiiMpoonful of  flour Into tho Hiigur beforo adding tho  water, It will prevent tint berries from  settling to the bottom of tho mixture In  baking,, I.lno plo plates with tho combination and lay strips of nustry, crias-  ci'OHs, upon the surfneo, Hake In a brisk,  stonily oven,  //;/ oidCtQte  Reelng thnt aomebodv naked for "Illhlleal  Cuke," I Ineloae ono whloh la very ������ood,  tt will entertain anil proiit thu children to  look up tho toxta,  Bible Cnko  Half a nnund of Juilgea. v. 55; the in mo  or Jeremiah, vl, to: t tublesponnful of I  Hamuel, xlv. S&i 9 tnblespoontuli of Jere- ���������  mUh, xvll, ll; 14 pound each of I Bamuol, '  xxx, Vi, und Nullum, III, 12 (chopped); 2  ounce* .of Nunihen, xvll, I, blanched ana  chopped: I pound of I Klnga, fv, ti. Henaon  lent form, I feel that I am auallllcil to glvo  advlco ujxm tho subject.  ' After relating tho various attempts to  gain relief at the hands of allopath and  ostuoprfth, and tho success of thu operation that loft her a well woman, our  correspondent has a word of criticism  of the methods of tho Kxcbango, which  it Is but fair to her and to the Exchange  to copy In purt:  If you Doailbly oan, I wish you, would  forfeit somo ,uf the aioee n^uiilvd oy  lei'lpo* and huui>eliold iniitleu to muko  room for na much nf tlila lmter un no*-  allilo, that our aufterer may ho ii and  communicate wllh. mo If aho wlahea to do  so, I feel, that tho question rf liualth;ls  fnr more Important than milking pickles  and priiKsrvea, or i'Vimi the vexed aervant  flueatlan. which mnny of us "have nlwuya  with us." ll doi'H n������t Poiher mo, ioi I do  all of my own wmk except washing.  . huvo a live.room, lint, twolilg hoys nud  tho hekt "John" In tlio world, und J have  neyor felt iho need of a Mrvjint,  One of  my. pet  Idena  la  thut   ii   imnn  women   would  do   tholr own .work   tiuiro  lo taste with 11 Chronicle*, lx, ������; n lia-  spoonful uf Amos, Iv, 0, and S tablespoon-  nil* nf Judges, Iv, ID.  Ileal, tlio Hisi, nt'i'imd and third Ingredient* named to a crenm; add the fourih,  orient n .tlmo,  stlll^beatljig)  then  flfijiy  eighth,' ninth? tenlh iitd iiiventh, having  lucvt.iiiMv TiiWcil it.mn iiit'iliur, iinil lni't i"  all. add twelfth,    ...      ���������        ���������      ���������    .  ilake In ratlin- a alow oven nnd Its* than  nn hpur nnil a half,  1 M. J. If. (Philadelphia).  The request for Biblical enke wns responded to by no lens than thlriy-sdx  orroiipondonts.    I   select   ono   of   thn  ������irl,>fiM,r fiMMYIIll'lo        ,.,,        ,, r.���������,,,.���������lr,,f������n  article." Thunkfl nre hereby ������ weirded to  the generous houseriiothors who swell  the lltt of lieljtcrs.  *     // Word About Goiter  Prom an eight-page letter, well ex-  preened nnd full of pathological facts, I  extract nil for which I can make rooms  M*y I aend t. warning \u the sufferer ������l>u  ���������rk* for a I'uif l���������r goiter? l/i her >>���������*  war* or all ������,., Blind  "eurea." and of the  (luneVn H'h.i tirmrtIV* th/.m. TMr������ In nl-m-i.  lutelv nn rur������ f,r a gotier l.ut Hie knlfn,  A* one who ���������������* affile lid with the Mn-u.ti  for twenty rear*, and In a peculiarly vlru-  wouM not ho k) many ohroiiiqlnvnlid*.  C,   II.  o,   (U)Ul������vllto.   Ky,).  (A new contributor.)  It Is altogettiur natuml that oim who  has been a prey to a haunting horror-  a thorn in tho llosh-for twonty years  and bus been freed from It by a certain treatment, should exaggerate tho  Importance of the subject to mose who  huvo novor suffered In llko manner,  Nat one woman In MM has a goiter,  Every woman, man and child Iri the  country must nut and sleep, and In  one form or another bo a homckcoper  or dweller, 1 am Kind with and for  the JntclllKont wire and inutlier Hint  ������he "fools in her body that she Is healed  of that plaRiin,"  Bhe Is a practical hutuemother, ns  she tells us.   Hbo^ exhorts her sister-  time they can "glvo" from entlVm'n'nd  iilvfiilnn vtnc ileXmitii in t>.iifiHH .tixf  studylnu about dlnc-anes, how would  meals be cooked properly, and floors  ew������||t. and hfAa made, end the pickles  and preserves beloved of John and tho  big boys bo made? ,  y���������.���������t ... t err-,! n. .. i-.  l'������VH    MiH*    .i.UVJ'.l.     I\IHIIHM,>  M������y I p������*l> Into the Corner for a minuter  I have n lot of Chicago MuhiikIiik and  tome othera which 1 should llku tn give trt  ������om������ one who love* reading nnd who cannot get li In any other way.  I hnvo a few. remedies tlmt nre trltd,  snfe and aure I offer them, hoping to be  of servli-e ta enmebmly,  To Mrs. II. A,, of Chleigo: If ������lie will  get thr herb *w#������t (urn, aleep ll In waler  and <lrU.U fvi������'ly vi th* Ira, at", i> ,ik>. a  pillow n( the l<avra and sIm'P ih "'i ll, >>>"  will have no more night mean.  *Y.r rn-miirrhw.,.. nf nil km.'. ��������� <!'���������' tlie  rw.u or ihw m.mm'in yellow ,i������w -������������ yi'tinw  a* gold whfn *r������-en-lirMl������������' i������id l-rt-ak tliim:  add r*ilil wafer; mlt and *tnt> f<r a little  whllt, thon glvo a touspoanful of tho julco  every hour until tho bleeding la checked;  thon onoo ln throe hours, llemorrhago  aliould novor bo oheekod  too suddenly. _  I dig tho rooia In autumn lo dry, for  winter u������o, When It I* needed, steep alow-  ly���������uot boll���������and uae a* you would the  given room, * ,      ���������   *    .  To bottle elder that It mny��������� keep ������woet  I'or nny longth of lime; To, ,0 riunrta  of aweet elder add 1 heaping, tubleaponntiil  of ground muatnrd und nlltllo lea* ground  aaaaufrua bnrk. Ilrlng tn a alow sliiiinri-  iilinont in hnlllng-atlrrlng oflen. If a aeum  ui'Ihuh, akiiii, llulIhi hoi. Cork light, Il'a  flnol   Try It! "     ,      ,���������,  To cure aiummorlng in children; (let a  rt'ii 1 cannon hull: lei thuin roll It hround  tlm llour when living to mlk, A Hit a  littlo they forget nil nuniit arnmmcrlng and  will be free truni the Infirmity,      ,    ,,  |i*or bleeding wounds or ctiu: The It-  tio "puKtmll," sonuitlmc* enlled "ana.ke.  ball," found by country road* or In the  tie da, eut In half ninl bound upon tliu cut  Will Stop tho bleeding nt once,t  Mr������, 15, It, 1), (Chlcngo).  Novel eamplus thpHa~onn and ull!  If 1 demur In rtmdlnn the Inst "remedy," It is because tb������ rocnlluctlnn of  tbe genu thoury Im Hirong; upmi me.  Tho tlrst thing; to ilo when one Is cm,  or torn, or billon, Is to make sunt  Hint tho wound Is perfectly free, from  dUKlit thut could harm the blond by  absorption. Cleanse tlio wound thor-  oimhly with clean, wnrm wutor nnd  Ui'ip n vlnl of |i<'ivixlile of hydroiinti  on wind with vvlilch to disinfect tho  KiipliiK mouth of the wound, 1 should  not dure to prnss upon the raw surface any wayside rwwUi until It. too,  hnd been well washed.  Pickled Beets  Rmna  time ago an  lnv did  asked   for  ii  recipe for aweet plekled beetsill I aont it at  (irifA,  but  I liav^ noi ������i*en It In print,    it  l* amid m aguin.   * .i������������u *>"<i <> .���������,;���������>���������������������������'.���������  CnnTiPi! Sweet. -picVled l^oet*  tlell the heeta tender; peel while thev  aro hot; cut into quarters or use whole, na  vou like. Kill hot. aterlllxed glnss Jnrw and  pour over lhe beet* this mixture;  One cup eieh of siignr>nnd of Water to  9 Ainful. of vinegar. VII the can* t>>  overflowing wllh thoI lulling hot liquid and  ������,.,!     I,,,,,,, ,11,1. I"  Mra. ���������', '���������"��������� iW������vii|j>ifv, s>i.������������..i.  Two other  recipes  are Incloacd-one  for cuc.imbi-r. tio other for dill pickle.  Iloih nre marked "for summer iihh   nnd  laid away.   Tlm beetn may be pruoured  ihrouiflmul  lhe whiter.  Our inueh-vulued corresporiden offers  likewise a cure fur goiter which we  cannot nubllsh. Innamuch ������������ It involves  the uae .if it proprl.'f.iry medicine. IU  iielllwr naiiie su<h In our Corner nor  rerommervl them by mall. The r������*pon-  tdblllly Uf dolnij- tills In ton ii-rhff tn be  llgfltly ������*SUR)M1,  We have printed elirht or nine roclpes  for pickled sweet boels in reply to the  lnvnlldVi leiiiiost. It In not possible to  mako placo for all tho formulas for tho  composition of any one dish.  Witness the number supplied for tho  scripture cake.  Old-Time Recipes  I hnve same excellent recipe* taken from  a book compiled hy nn mint of mine In tho  yi'iir ititiN. Huch, for Instance, na charlotte  rutite, inliile .without cuukldg; llellu Tutu  pie, crumb pudding, etc.  If tiny of the remlera would llko aomu of  Ilium I will send them to you,  "l-KUCV" (Uulsvllle, Ky.).  Send tho recipes, by all means���������and  HOIIII.  // Profitable Return  II ceeins selfl������h In trie to hnvo hnd the  benefit for sn lung of the Kxchnnge nnd In  make no return. 8o If you can use the In-  cloaed recipe* my conaelenco will he eusler.  Wilted Lettuce  Cut 3 gond-alaed sllees nf bacon Into died  nnd fry io a cilsp brown, t.'ut U, an onlun  very imnll und try In the pun with the  hneon for 8 minium. Nn'Xt, imur Into the  pun n cup vf weak vinegar. HtiH to tasle,  anil wli<n ll boiu pour ������v������r a t������ti"of letturo  Hint has lawn ehunid mid lorn Into Wis,  Hi^rve lu nbout a, minute*,  This is atr.'elly n (lerman dish and intno  powii. ,(., not like it. We think It drll-  clou*, Vou may use tha outside leave* of  liltuce |i,r II, dlsnirdlnir tho tough parts,  and hui' the hinrt* for n salad wllh  Kreneh dressing, The addition nf n f<w  eelery ���������!������!!(������, nit up tine, improve* till*  dl*h for tho������e who like tlmt iinvorlng.  Otuffcd Poppoia  Heed nnd out tin* tup* from i Inrge hell  pi'Piitr*. (Ift "!���������*) of a pound >if round stulu  und pm through a iriat grinder; add l>3  na much breaderumb*.   Mix thoroughly nnd  lnl    Ull     t.Vt't'il*    fll.ti    4lf<l    Hit,.. n,,-*t,      t.i--  plnie the'eapa of the peppers and pin Ihem  ....    lit,,',   tilt.ll),   ...    !*,.!,,���������.-!,������������������.      .\,,M.,t,.    !.,  tt baking pan. the caps unpermnat. Cover  the hotlom of,tho pan wllh uncooked rice.  I'ut In more If tho pan be mnull. Htraln  i'l'o tbe lie* s <���������<" <>f iritnai'*a. *i-������������<ti trllb  aalt and ft little itigni and bake at bait  I't'e hour, adding hot, water an the tmnaton*  ioiik dry and the rlee nbanrhs the llonld.  ilnf   nmif   riTlpnl     This   tlmt'   a    unbplS  i'lum Snucc  Tn a ;-qukrt banket of purple plum* ������!���������  tow 3 r>rangi<a, I'm the (ii������mt"i~rlnil and  |iul|i-UiMiiKti your meat grlndir. Ilnhe  the nluma ������nd remove the ������tnne������. Mnke  a thick lyrup a* ynu would fur canning  nnylhlnff-onty lleVier. JMt In the fruit;  bolt until hot through and Ma) at one*,  It Is unusual and delicious,  Mi*.  *t   It   K   lie, ,i*ir*1i-������  Cut.).  I !������������,>���������������> In rescm< olbcr and u,������ irood  thing")   from   tbe   band   of   thia   e.irre-  r-pntiifen* f.,r Wi'.''i v ������������������> hive ;-,i,* run n  today. Tl ev str" e tru'thln;? tn hvfc forward to With plotted *l|U*fUt!on. 'St- ���������.V.Ci'  THE FURNITURE STORE  i\LW STOCK  ���������OF���������  LACE CURTAINS  FRILLED MADRAS  PLAIN ������  SCRIMS and MUSLINS  A Choice Assortment, with a  full range of prices.  A. MoKINNOn"  McPhee lUock, Cumberland  E=SJ  COURTENAY LOTS  FOR SALE     .  $150 UP.-���������EASY TERMS.  Bush and Farm Lands,  Sea and River Frontage.  BEADNELL & BISGOE,  Real Estate AKents   Offices: PHO,,:lle.-SKJK?NAV  IS.  TAILOR  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  R*.  @  (���������)  (5)  ������  ������  ������  (J)  Comox District Basketball League.  mam  The ..Cumberland ii-nni went  down to Union Bay :ind played  against Courtenay on Thursday  last. It .was a most exi'i inf.;; game  right from the start. iJnth teams  played in fine form, tlu-re 1 eing  very little rough play, and lew  fouls. At half--'iM e ihe score  stood 2���������2. The second half  Cumberland got tin* lt-ad and held  it until the finish, tin- score being 15���������8 in favor ot (.uuiherland.  The stars ou the home team were  Harrison and Dykes, although  the remaining boy.s v.ere equal to  the occasion.  After the game ihe teams were  entertained with a dance and  supper, which was thoroughly  enjoyed. Great credit is due to  the Union boys for 1 iu ir generous  hospitality and spor smaiilike attitude during the game:  It v^as arranged 'hat Cumberland should meet Union at Union  Wharf oii Wednesday, March 29,  -and~ t he-U nion-boy vS'say-'-Pher' 11-  be a great time at the Old Wharf  that, night."  The line-up was as follows:���������  Cumberland���������Djke-, Harrison. W. Hay-man, C. Grant, S.  ' Warn.  Courtenay���������Mark (Ve, A. McNeil, Mackenzie, W Martin and  Leo Anderton.  Locals.  Grand pictures shown   to' full  honB������.6 at City Hull this week.  Manager Curtis of the  Electric  Theatre, will present n   handsome  baby carriage valued 111 $27 00, to  tho most popular   hahy  iti town,  which will lie decided ��������� hy   vote.  The voting   will "commence1 on  Wednesday evening, nnd continue  every fneiiing up to   April  loth.  Every purchaser of a 15c   ticket  is ent ii led to one vo'o    The ear  ringu may he seen at tlm furniture  store of A. McKiimon,  Police Court.  City vs. K, Johnson: -Accused  fined &-o and costs for swearing  in public street.  City V-. New England Hotel;  ���������The proprietor was charged  with having allowed iutoxicaMug  liquor to be supplied to R, Dug-  dale, to whom the delivery of in-  to-xiraiing liquor wns forbidden  by the chief of polhe. The  charge was dismissed, t he accused  getting th������ benefit of the doubt  which the magistrate stated he  had in mitid.  On Tuesday the chief of police  charged George Davis with using  abusive language, and J������-e Potter,  jr., with obstructing the constable  whilst he wns arresting Davis.  Davis wns lined S10 and costs,  and Potter $20 and costs.  Local Mines Make Good  Profit.  A report for the first six  month's operations of lhe Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir) LAd*)  was recently issued to the board  ot directors by Mr A, D. McRae,  vice-president, who is uow in  London. It shows that the net  piofits from June 16 to December  31st of last year were $431,818  The average net profits are now  about ������70,000 a month, or about  $840,000 a year, which is estimated to be au increase of 10 per  cent ou the profits made by the  former owners.  The monthly statements show  that, the present output is about  2500 tons per day. which is an  increase of about 10 per cent  over the output of the previous  company for the corresponding  months of last year. It is estimated that when the improvements and developments under  way at thcold mines are completed  the production wiil be increased  20 per cent, bringing up their  daily capacity to 3000 tous. Mention is al^o made of the fact that  for the debenture issue ������500,000  per annum is required.  Reference is made to the in ten  tion of the company to develop a  25,000 horsepower ou the Punt-  ledge river in the Coniox field,  The needs for many years to  come will not exceed 11,000 horse  power, at a cost not ro exceed $55  per horsepower. A year will be  occupied in developing this power.  Refereuce is also made to the  successful diamond drilling operations, locating new coal measures, and the intention to open  two new mines in the ('Omox  held and one in the Wellington  field, It is calculated that eighteen months from January of this  year before these mines become  producers, bringing up the production to a total of 6000 tons  daily,���������Nanaimo Herald,  BUMMKB SCHEDULE.  The SS Princess Mary will  sail as under:���������  Leave Victoria Tuesday, 7.00  a.m., for Nanaimo, Union and  Comox.  Leave Comox Wednesday 8.00  a.111.t'for. Union, Nanaimo' and  Vancouver.  Leave Vancouver Thursday,  9.00 a.hi,, for Nanaimo. Union  and Comox.  Leave Comox Friday, 8.00a.m.  for Union, Nanaimo und Vancouver.  Leave Vancouver Saturday,  9.00 a.m., for Nanaimo, Union  and Coniox.  Leave Coniox Sunday, 12.15  a.m., for Union, Nanaimo, Vancouver and Victoria.  The fire alarm is sounding frequently of late, but fortrtiiutuly  not much damage dono.  The coroners jury at tho inquest held on Wednesday even  ing last, to enquire into the cause  of tho death of John Folic, who  was killed at No. 5 switch*-on  Saturday last, brought in an open  verdict . -  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made  v.o ������rder  from $20 to ������35    All Work First Class  manufacturer'of  MINERAL    WATERS  I       Perfect Pit Guaranteed.        I  ������ ������  ������(���������XsXsXsXlXgXs^^ -6������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Merchant  TAILOR  Bonora Blook  John McMillin, only son of  "Mr. and Mrs McMillin of Den-  man Tslnnd, died in onr local hospital on Monday of typhoid fever,  hi his 2.Jth year.  The infant daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. George Gibson died on  Tuesday, aged ten, months.  .  P.O. Bor 433  Phone 2-0  CUMBERLAND  T  W. Brvden who left a short  ml *  time ago for Vancouver, has se  cured a position, and will not return to this city.  TENDERS will lu< received up  to April Hih. f<������r 1 In* |m!nrii:g of  ������iiiiui'd(i of ImiiM' on Maryport  in* line, occupied ny Jmmiif Ah-  laniH, Adiltvrfn S, Ciilhoiin, Sand  wick po������t t'tHen, H. C  The lowe-t or any tender nut  iKTA'rfftiu'ily incepted.  on th.ndy,   but   will   open  KOrNO-On Jn...  H������h. n .lnrk ^iml^ U t,,c aklul Iu'll,rt'  i<()It8ALK���������A li-roomodhouso  on iMaryport Avenue, hotween  Second nnd Third streets. Apply  this otlico.  On account of Friday, April  Utli, M������g Good Friday and a  Dominion Hunk Molitfiiy, the  Uoyal 1-tanlr of Canada'* Suh-  Hrnnch nf Coiirfenav will ho .dofwl  oil  red rttcer, 11'tOnl one m nr old. N<>  lunik*. Apply to Jt I'. I-Iiii-ford,  S������mhvick. If Mime i* ma claim.  I'd, it will lx������ ������ol<i to co-.tr ������xpn.*  M*.  WRTri���������At Cumberland oii  March 25th, to Mr. and Mrs. Geo.  Gray a daughter.  HAVE  YOUR  PHOTO  TAKEN!  -r-AT���������  Powell's iStudio.  Work guaranteed.  Prices reasonable.  K.AIDA  BUtTII-���������At Cumberland on  March 25th, to Mr. and Mrs. Jno.  Hill a son.  Messrs Forde ������fc Hill have purchased McNeil & dough's interest, in the Cumberland Halt Mo-  tiqii Picture Show and will continue to present only first class  attractions.  Tion. James Duupiunirit is reported has purchased his old home  at   Departure Hay and  will make  it a fcummer residence,  Mrs, J. W. Ih'yden and children  will leave shortly for Vancouver, where they will in future reside.  There is a rush on for baby  photographs at Powell's the photographer.  Tho steamer Secholt plying lie-  tween Victoria ami Sooke, wns  Inst on Friday owning last, witli  all on hoard, twonty-four papsoti-  gers and flvo member** of the crew.  Sir Edward Tennant, who has  recently been raised to the peerage and 11 party of prominent  English capitalists, arrived here  011 Friday last and inspected the  different mines.  llonry Bonora, brother of Victor Bonora, iinderwont a suceoss-  lul operation for appendicitis at  our local hospital on Sunday last.  Victor Bonora wishes to tnke this  opportunity of thanking Dr. Oil-  luuplo for his skill nud attention  in hi* brother'*" cium, A s'nmgo  coincidence in connection with  the above h, that Dr. MucNaugli-  toti and Mr, Buiioi'ii woro horn In  iim stum year, ike khiiicj liny of  the month and both down with  tho ennui malady at the one timo.  KOK  SALK���������Ouo   incubatoriConi-jtoH not legally  niarri  '���������.������������������������������<��������� <m)0 forthc Int.    Apply tlm-'     ���������  ,  ������pb  Montreal, March 33.���������-Because  they were uot married by a Cath  olic priest, Justice Lauredean adjudged Eugene Hebcrt aud Marie  arried   in  as  an  .1111 kd.  1 M���������QecMO&eeecG-������ec������M)  B. Cloutier,  General Blacksmith  Horseshoeing a Spocialty.  Third Ave., Cumberland  LADIES' TA1LO.U-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY    S !.|  SUITS CI1RDB TO   ORDEf* AND  IN ANY STYLE VOU LOISR  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,   -  -   B. C.  A\UUII!IIIMINIIIM^ ^  Capital $6,200,000. BeBorve $7,200,000  g  The Royal Bank of Canada.  DRAFTS   ISSUED  IN  ANY CURRENCY,   PAYAHLE   ALL |<  ,   , OVER THE WORLD.  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid io SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest |  at highest Current Kates allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards.  I CUMBERLAND, B. C, Branch, Open Daily. .   g1  ������ COURTENAY,   B, C , kSub-Branch,    Open  Tuesdays and g  I FRIDAYS. |  1 UNION WHARF, B. C,   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays |  I M. F. MONTGOMERY, Manager. |'  %7i!iiiiiiiiiiHniiiiiiiyiiiiiiraiiiie!iii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiii:!ii!iiiiiiiiH  P. Philupps Harrison   BARRIS-TER���������ANA_SOLI_CI_TOR ���������_   NOTARY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  SPATES  The TAILOR.  cleaning, pressing  and repairing:  Ladles' Work  a Specialty*  Now the time will soon be com-  When with your residence you  got sick,  For nfter the fires the house with  dirt gets thick,  So don't vou think we hud better  be quick,  And call on the painter and lmve  our house fixed.  H. Parkinson*  Painter, Pnperlmuger, Sign Writer, Etc,   Cumberland, H,C.  Torma Modorato,    Business Pnntual,  Niulison, Wis. March 25. A  bill to tax 85 annually every unmarried woman over 25 yeara of  age mid create a ���������matrimonial  commission" consisting; ol' the  governor, superin'eudent of pub  lie property and chief clerk of  the assembly, by Assemblyman  Haimcu oi' Mnuitywoc, The  matrimonial commission is c.iaru  ed with the duty of bringing together kindred souls when application is made for tin affinity by  any lovelorn maiden.  New York, March 28,���������One  hundred and forty-three blackened ami mangled bodies was the  final death toll this afternoon of  the victims of the Triangle Waist  Co,'* fire iu the Ascli building.  Four fifths of the dead are girls  Simdnv'p   outgoing   ninil  ctwisiu future at 5 IS 0. nt.  will  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  =V. BO^iO^fl:  Wholesale Dealer in WINES, LIQUOR & BEER  1  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 89....  CUMBERLAND  m  k  '.*  The longer you live the more you learn.  I think you .were all satisfied with your bargaiiis last  month and learned where to save money on your feed,  lam sorrv there was not enough to go around, but  there is MORE ON THE WAY that I will sell at  prices that will soon learn you that the more you feed  the quicker your bank account will grow.  Winter will soon be over, and I'll fell you how tb  make another saving. Take a pencil and figure up  the quantity, of seed you will require for your spring  work and send the result to nre. Do this now while  you think of it and I will make you a saving of from  % to 1 cent a pound on any l<ind of field seed you require.   Don't forget the address���������  , A. B. CRAWFORD,   ������������������   ��������� Courtenay, B.C  BBAl.ER IN laOirR AND-FEW)  if  FOR SAL  6-H.P. ROVER, complete with  top, side and tail lamps. This  car is in perfect order, both in  regard to tires and running gear,'  and is fitted with Stepney spare  wheel and tire. Two separate  ignitions, Bosh Magneto and accumulator and low gear, making  it an excellent hill climbdr, cost-  new $110000.      Price $500.  THOS. PL1MLEY,  OrFICE AND STORE 1205 LANCTLEV ST., ������/,-*--/>-,. .      M _m,  M     Caraoe.727 JOHNSON ST.. VICTORIA,   ra.C      h**),  V^W������������������ WWIjJ -jBWWMWWBWaf^-lMllff P������WW ���������> tf���������f  ^*a\ Jl__-_WHBKBaa_BH * * 'in" * ^ nZ:::TrFT|-|H MUM nlj- Jf^  /


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