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Correct in every particular;    Prices.from  $1 to $5  C0rS6f C0V6rS   The largest and daintiest collection  ever shown, finest of laces and insertions  35c. to $2,75  Ladies White Underskirts "vm ca...wic nnd <.,���������.  broidery, $1.25 t������ $5.00    ''"_'.. .-������������������.. I ��������� .  , ..w.l ,���������-  LadieS' White DreSSeS Latest styles at lowest prices  Our range is excptionally large and our prices are marked  to ineau sale of every one'. ���������  We only wish to sell our goods on their merits, and all we  ask is for you to compare our values.   ,  .Cta^grottryjlcpwjwe^^  the newest and freshest of goods that can be  obtained.    GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.  Nothing pleases us like a well pleased customer!  "-V..VM*  Simdtt -Leis^r & Co., Ltd.  Dunsmulr Ave., Cumberland.  MAROCCHIBROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS OF  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS'  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BKER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines aud Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  R. Grant & Co have juat installed a new planer of the Berlin  machine type. This machine is  capable of handling n stick squar  ing 10x30 in.,,and can run floor  in^ and smaller material at u  speed that surprises the men who  have tb take the boards from it.  The Berlin machines arc among  the best on the market.  Ttev. B. 0. Freeman will oceii-  py his pulpit <>ii Sunday next,  The death occurred at Lady-  smith on Monday, May 15, of  l'eter Morrison, one of the best  known residents of that city, and  tu. .iitxiiy ,H'*iti> a well fcUoWU ital  dent of Wellington, He had  been ill for tome time and the  bereaved family were expecting  the end The deceased, who was  a\ native of Myra, Nova Scotia,  aged 68 years, is survived  by  four son*. Don, Charles, ������Peter  and Arthur, and oue daughter,  M\m Florence, who is at present  attending Nornwu School, Van  couver.���������Nanaimo Herald.  awiammi tamaaui mamaamm mamaamaawaamm  Manauflffer Curtis has too much  jaw these unys, Ilo blaiw s tho  mumpi for it.  Victoria Day celebration prom.  ise������ to be a grand affair, See pro.  gramme later.  JW. W. Kidd, will| preach in  the Presbyterian church uext Sim-  day morning und evening,  aaa***pm ������������������  '���������  Mr, and Mra. Beveridge, of  Vancouver, Rtrlfod in town on  Friday hint, unci U.ft on Tuesday  by wagon fur Natmlnio.  , ��������� ' '.''-������     "���������'��������������������������� ��������� -"  Manager Hill of the Cnmhor  land Hall Moving picture Show,  in out of town at ji'taiiont.  * ��������� 1     '��������� '<*%. "' ''"  Mr. 1), D. MoRne arrived home  on Saturday night from Harrison  U������������t Springs, <������Mnokv'l8 looking  the better of his boil. Thoro Jb  nothing liko an minimi bath,  whether you need it or not.  Manager Lawrence of the Big  Store, will leave on Wednesday  mnmbirr  for  Vnnponver p������) b"'>}-  1101*8,  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES  ' THE CORNER STORE "  Sui  Fur nitiuri Wd Household  supplies  Wallpaper  Paints  *w-' -'*i  CMb''-.Etci;-|  ^FheMagnet ^ashrStore  T. E. Bate, Cumberland.  rti ,-vv\-' .*������������������.-;��������� Id v  ,r      r    (   f   ������fA     ������������������������.������  J   * ,n 1. 'M ^l_ -v  Locals.  No quorum, no city council on  Monday night..  ��������� ���������������������������-��������������������������� -+- ���������   .,  Mrs. J. J.'Wier left by Sunday's bout foi' Victoria.  S, S. City of Nauaiino is ou thu  Coniox-Nanaimi) route again. Wo  thought the "Princess Mary" looked too good to hist long.  Dy. and Mrs, MacNaughton  loft by Sunday's boat'en route for  tho oust.  Mr. A. McKiiuion lias sold his  hotiBoon thej coruor.of, JJerwent  uvoiiuo und Third utroot, to Mr,  John Botiniu.  Wo omitted crediting Mi, Jo-  soph Shaw, with tho aiticlo on reciprocity, which appeared in our  last two issues.  A circular In holnp; dintributoi!  throughout the'town, and if tho  party wlio en used it to lie printed  nnd circulated, had any respect  for hiiimolf or h\* fiimily, he  should be hsnrtily nshnmed of him  fiolf when he eome* to hif holier  ������onfiei, We thought of publish,  ing the eont������nt������ of the clrctilnr,  but tint, of rei'ritiot tor bio family,  we refrained, Some people glory  In tlicl.r dogradntlon, nnd lovo to  advertise it.  Mr, J, Bruoy arrived home  from Vancouver by Sunday's bout,  M> dm      ��������� ';.  Mrs. D. Pikot arrived homo  from Vancouver on Sunday last.  ' -     ���������.������������������������      ���������!,.  Mrc, W. W,. Anderson and  daught'������r, of Vancouver,' nrrivod  by Sundays bout ou a vinit to her  piirohts, Mr and Mi;s. T. Horbury,  mamwmmamammami nintm tiamammaaaam  \{%a      P     |l   ' fS a\ma*t f\ f%a\   \\*\r\     vi  P  ^"\ *  ly (iKixdiujied n uvw MoJjuugliliu-  ilnick live p'iBBcngor touting car  aud hns sold hf������:''!,paklaml1' enr  to Dnn Kilpntriclf.' Mr. E. 6.  Kmdoirtngout tor tho MoLniigh.  lin-lluiok ear'fun Coihox District,  Methodist Conference,  Rev A E Roberts, secretary for  the past six years of the B. C  Methodist Conference,' has been  elected president, succeeding Rev  Newton Powell. The first draft  of the stationing .committee for  the Nanaimo district is as follows:  Nanaimo, Wallace street���������S.J.  Thompson.  Nanaimo, Haliburfon street-  John W Hedley.  Ladysmith���������Forbes J Rutherford, 1  Cumberland ��������� Barnabus C.  Freeman,  Cumberland. Japanese mission  ���������-U. Oyama. native evangelist;  Richard E. S, Taylor, B.A.,  B,D,, in China.  t  4  Our Summer  Suits are    at  hand.      Quality'and  Prices  are Right,  The   following   goods   .have  arrived  and are in  the; best  of condition:. < . ',  laioes and Embroideries,  Ginghams, Prints, Vestiags,  Summer Dress Goq<fc, Eta*   ....  J. N. MclEQD,':  Dunsmuir Ave..  mberUnd  ������9?9?^^v������������9^9������9'9?99'������������������^^^#999-^9^$^^^i1'  ii'-fLiVt; *v'  The Presbyterian .Synod at  Vancouver has adopted a resolution directing the attention of the  general assembly to the notable  increase in.fofeign .immigration,  and the comfec|uent demoralising  effect on the religious life of the  Cnuadiau people.  ��������������������������� * 1 1 ���������  Mr, j, It. Johnston, of the  Cohrtonay Hotel. Courtonay, hii*  rocontly purchased a now live pns-  flongor touring onr,  B  THE .CANADIAN BANK-  OF COMMERCE  8IH, EOMUNO:tWALKER,, C.V.O.. LLD., D.C.L, President *    '  >.. :'..:j^;.*.~.te.'MjLm^%^ -iA^ _  Cfv^ITAL,. S 10,000,0130 ;;      REST; - $7,000,000 v  COLLECTION   BUSINESS  Witji it? large number of branches, agents and correspondents, The  Canadian Batik of Commerce is able to effectv collections throughout  the world promptly and at reasonable rates. Rates will be quoted on  application.  FOREIGN   BUSINESS  Cheques and drafts on all countries of tho world, drawn in stohnp,  francs, marks, lire, kronen, florins, roubles or any other foreign currency,  can be negotiated atThe Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.  CUMBERLAND BRAWOH W. T. WPME. Manager  Mr. Jofioph Shaw wo aro norry  to hoar, wuh painfully, if not 6������ri-  ously injured by boinp; thrown  from a load ol! hny 011 the Company's farm, on Tnosclny." Mr.  Shaw was takon to the* hospital.  Mr. Thomas K,Cartwright, who  has boon conducting a gontB fur-  'inching'Store .bore, has made an  npsiprnment of It ie htuduobM to . W.  J. Frapur of this city, for tho bone-  f|t othiu crodjtor*..,, ���������:������������������ >,  Mr. and Mra. ..I;. A. AJomico  and thoir Ron Shannon lol't by  SuuduvV boat for VnticoitYor.  Mr. Moiinco will vinit Soattle bo-  fore ri'tnrniiifl homo,  Mr. and Mr������. C��������� H. Tnrboll  loft by Suiiilay's boat on a two  wt-olcH vacation trip to Vancouver  und Victoria.  Quito a few left by Sunday's  boat for Vancouver to hoar tlio  Slutliold Choir.  ���������   ��������� ���������o      1 1  Rev. Lafforo and two daughters woro among the jms.hmi^ci-*  liy Sunday's outgoing 'steamer  Customs Collector Goo. Roe, of  Union Bay, left for Vancouver by  Sunday's boat to hear thy Sh.of-  iield Choir. George is a lover of  good singing. We are Rtii'o ho  Ito will bo perfectly siiti-ili ed,  ***������������������ ��������� -  1/ ni   1 ��������� _ 1'  Mr. W. W. Willard ami his ������is-  to'rMi'H. J. II. Collins of Spaniel.  with hor two children arrived hy  Tuopduy-H boat.  Maxwell k Horual, proprlotorfc  of tho Star Livorv Stublo, have re  contlv puwhubiMl at Vancouver,  four liorecB, four bug^og nnd a  largo furniture van. Thl������ enter,  prising Arm has opened up a  Itraneh of their biiufness nt Court,  en ay,     aa  ���������Too Walker hn������ +i\\\\ bin bonne on  tho corner of Windemero avenue  Mud Third street, lo Davo Potter.  Dr. and Mib. Gillespie arrived  honir from Vancouver by Tuesday's boat,  ^**������W������������-Mii.WWtMMIW������������fcl_W������������l_a_iil^Wl>h-i<M'%^l������<lMr. ********* ���������m"+aamW*<.4m--m**>-���������       ��������� ���������  m-      *f    -mm.       w������     ������>���������>���������!     v        mm       *m<    +��������� .. m. . m~ fmf 4>Aa4I|   \>   W>    .  FOR MEN.  Kmbraoesall that in newest, bept ami noriwt.    W<������  want yon toVall and inspect them���������the very latest, ir  o,'v    .    ... 1  T."   ... ...       ' \  r *   .    r  v>i'* *'*H������  vk       i*"--''**���������-< '������)'|������������> f. >ui   virtiuiii)  t.iri-emr*.  SPRING SUIT>S  We havo the handiwork uf Cunada'tt foremost elotbr^  .makers, tailored  from   selerled Kng'5-ih mx) *���������'���������������������������'���������>���������  fabrics,    Suits tlmt will inesmnre up to ever, !!���������,]���������  particular i*;i|iiiiviHent.  Wo invite yon to look now whether yon buv nr i(.e.  I"   ���������iin ii r     11     nn mn   . imn him 11 uum m^mammmnr iii1 u.  THE Flf-RITB STORE  '" "'  "'"���������   ri. mi '  Gaynpbell 'Bfos.  y  pi  irrMitiz  >*������/+''!' fl ���������  ikitfaa THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Bhe  Riverman  By STEWART  EDWARD  WHITE  m*m**%t. IMt, by the McCHm Cm*  * mm*.   Co������yri������ht. 1907. IMA. by  Stewart mAmatm White  (Continued.)  THK first season of tbe Boom  compan. was most successful.  Its prospects for tho future  were bright. The drive hnd  been delivered to Its various owners  at a price below what It bud cost them  eeverally and without the necessary  attendant bother. Therefore tbe loggers were only too willing to renew  tbelr contracts for another year. This  did not satisfy Newmark, however.  "What we want." be told Orde. "is a  charter giving us exclusive rights on  the river and authorizing us to ask  toll. I'm going to try aud get one out  of the legislature."  He departed for Lansing as soon as  the assembly opened and almost im-  "What we want is a charter."  mediately became lost in one of those  fierce struggles of politics uot less bitter because concealed. Heinzman was  already on the ground. Newmark had  the shadow of right on his side, for he  applied for the charter on the basis uf  the river improvements already put in  by his firm. Heinzman wanted the  improvements already existing condemned and sold as a public utility to  th������ highest bidder, Uo offered further  guarantees us to future improvements.  In addition were othor and more potent arguments proffered behind closed  doors. Many cases resolved themselves  Into a bald question of cash. Others  demanded dlplomncy. Jobs, fat contracts, business fnvors, Influence, wero  all.flung out freely, bribes as absolute  an though stamped with tlio dollar  mark. Newspapers all over tbo state  woro pressed into ��������� service, Among  'these delicate nnd complicated cross  lewrroutn Newmark moved silent, cold,  ���������ecret. lie seemed to understand thorn,  tp jplay wltb tlicm, to manipulate tnera  as elements of the game.  The fight endured through most of  the first half of the session. At tho  last, however, tho bill passed the board,  The company hud Its charter.  "It's cost us plenty, anyway," Ordo  Btild when the charter bill became a  law,    "Tho proposition's got n  load  ,on it,   It will tnist. uh n long tlmo to  get out of debt,   Tho rlvor driving  "Newmark A Onlc incims mjTtu!t/itn_ lo  to time fellows miu,"  won't pny quite ko big as we thought  it would," he conclrtded.ii with a rueful littlo fnugh.  "il Hill JM) |i'cuij tkui i .../.,���������',.," ;..  j>lkd Ni'wnuuk dr-oWortty. "nnil tt  gives uh n vantage point to work  from. You don't supposo wo nro going to quit nt river driving, do you?  Wo want to look nround for some  <!n.������������f������. nf nur own There** where the  big money Is. And perhaps wo cnn  buy n schooner or two and go Into tbo  carrying trade. Newmnrk & Ordo  moans something to theso fellows  now,"  j tated by the temporary value of the  improvements goi.il years could hardly  fall to bring good returns. This, It  will be remembered, wns a stock com-  ; pany. With tbe profits from that busi-  ! ness the two men embarked ou a sep-  i arate copartnership.  j Orde lived at ease in a new house  I of some size, surrounded by grounds.  I lie kept two servants. A blooded  I team of horses drew the successor to  ! the original buckboard, Newmark  j owned a sail yacht of live or six tons,  j in which, quite solitary, ho took his  I only pleasure. Bath were considered  I men of substance and property, as in.  , deed they were.  Immediately after the granting ol  the charter to drive the river the partners had offered them au opportunity  of acquiring about 30,000.000 feet oi  timber remaining from Morrison fi  Daly's original holdings. Orde finally  completed the purchase on long tlma  notes. Below tho booms they erected  a mill. The following winter Orde  spent ln the woods. By spring he bad  banked about G.000.000 feet  At the end of tho fifth year the opportunity came to get possession oi  two lake schooners. Orde at once suggested the contract ,.for n steam barge.  Towing was then In Its infancy. Orde  thought that a slenm barge could bo  built powerful enough not only to carry its own hold and deck loads, but to  tow after It the two schooners. New-  mark agreed with him. Thus the firm  went into the carrying trade. The  most important acquisition was that  of the northern peninsula timber.  Most operators called tho white pine  along and back from the river inexhaustible. But Orde saw the time not  far distant when the world would be  compelled to look elsewhere for ita  lumber, and he turned his eyes to the  almost unknown north. After a long  investigation he purchased 300.000,000  feet. This was to be paid for mostly  by the firm's notes, secured by Its other property.  To Carroll. Orde was always the  same big, hearty, whole souled boy  she had first  learned to love.  She had all his  confidence.  Bobby had  turned out a  sturdy, honest  little fellow, witb  more than a  streak of his  mother's charm  and intuition.  "I want to give  him-a-H-t-he-  chance there is."  Orde explained  to Carroll. "A  boy ought to  start where his  father left off  and not have to  do the same  thing all over  again."  "Why don't  you let him continue your business?" smiled Carroll.  "By the time Bobby's grown up thia  business will all be closed out," replied Ordo seriously.  Threo years aftor the conversation  last mentioned, which would have  made Bobby Just eight, Orde came  home on a summer evening, his face  alight with satisfaction.  He believed ho had found the opportunity, twenty years distant, for which  he hnd been looking so long.  Oide and his wlfo sat together on  the top step.   Uc slipped bis arm about  hor.   Thoy breathed deep of tho happiness that filled their lives.   Two shadowy   figures  defined   themselves   ap-  pronchlug up tlio concrete walk,  "IIcllo!" called Ordo.  '���������Hello!" a volco responded.  "Taylor and Clara,"  said Ovdo to  Carroll,  with  satisfaction,  "just  the  man I wanted to see."    Tho lawyer  and bis wlfo mounted tho steps.  Clurn Taylor stopped short and considered Ordo for u moment,  "Lot its nwny," she said seriously to  Carroll.   "My prophetic soul tolls mo  thoy nro going to talk business, and if  uny moro business is talked In my  prosenco l shall expire.   Come, Carroll; let's wander down tho street and  boo Minn Hcliumum."  Tho two snuntori'd nwny,  "Look hero, Taylor," broko ln Ordo  abruptly; "you told mo tho other dny  you hnd fifteen or twenty thousnnd you  wanted to plnco somewhere"  "Yob," replied Taylor.  "Woll, 1 bollovo 1 hnvo Just tho proposition."  "Whnt ts It?"  "Cnllfornln *phio," replied Ordo.  "Cnllfornln ptno."  repented Taylor,  "California's n long wny off, nnd thoro  Is no market, Is thoro?"  "It's cheap," replied Ordo succinctly. "I don't sity tt will bo good for  immedlnte roturus, but in twenty or  thirty Venrs tt ought to pny big on a  small Investment mndo now."  Taylor laughed.  "Lnugh nil you plonse," rejoined  Orde, "bur I toll you Mlclilu.ui nnil  Wisconsin pine is doomed. Twenty or  thirty yearn from now thero won't bo  any whllo ptno for snle."  "NoiiHonHol" objected Tnyior, "You're  lili'KHlg Wild."'  "AH right," snld Ordo quietly. "Well,  whnt do you think of Indlnnn ns n  good field for timber Investment?"  "Indlnnn!" cried Tnyior,, amazed.  "Why, thorc's no timber thoro; It's n  prnlrlc."  "Thero used to tie. And nil the  southern Michigan fnrm bolt wns tlm-  bored, nnd around hen*. Wo hnve our  stumps to show for It, but there nre no  evidence* nt nil farther nouth. You  tnko your mnp nnd non how much firm  has boon cut already. That'll open  jour eyes. And. romoinl^r, nil Hint has  liMit' done by Tinlf m<-*fhod.������i. Tho de.  mand Increased n* tho country grows  U would not  '���������^0  "Why don't jyou let  him continue your  buslncssi"'  cut.**  "Why Is it that no one"���������  "Because." Orde cut him short, "the  big things are for the fellow who can  see far enough ahead."  "What kind of a proposition have  you?" asked Taylor after a pause.    ,  "I can get 10.000 acres at an average  pride of $8 an acre," replied Orde.  "about 400,000.000 feet in timber."  "That's about 20 cents a thousand."  Orde nodded.  "And of course you couldn't operate  for twenty or thirty years, and there's  WHAT'S LIKE HIM?  "The big things are for the fellow who  tan tee far enough ahead,'',,  your interest on your money and taxes  and the risk of tire and"��������� *  "Of course," agreed Orde impatiently, "but you're getting your stumpago  for 20 cents, and in thirty years it  should be- worth a dollar, and a half."  At the present time-sugar pine such  as Orde described would cost $3.50  to H.  Taylor relapsed into thought  , "Look   here,  Orde,"   tie  broke out  finally, "how old aro youV"  ���������Thirty-eight   Why?"  "How much timber have yon in  Michigan?"  "About 10,000.000 that we've picked  up on the river since the Daly purchase and 300,000.000 in the northern  peninsula."  "Which will take you twenty years  to cut and make you a million dollars.  Then why this investment thirty years  ahead?" ,  "It's for Bobby," explained Orde simply. "A man likes to <. have his son  continue on in his business. 1 can't"do  Jt_herej_bujt__ther^_i_can. it would  take fifty years to~cut~thaF~pine,~a"nd"  that .will give Bobby a steady income  and a steady business."  "Bobby will be well enough off anyway. He won't have to go Into business."  Orde's brow puckered.  "I know a man. Bobby is going to.  work. A man is not a success in life*  unless he does' something, and Bobby  is going to be a success. . Why, Taylor," he ��������� chuckled, "the little rascal  fills the wood box, for a cent a time,  and that's all the pocket money he  gets. He's saving now to buy a thousand dollar boat. I've agreed to pool  In half. At his present rate of income  I'm safe for about sixty years yet"  (To be continued.)  And That's No Jo Wo.       -T;.  Chapter  17  IN tho course of the noxt eight years  NowmurU in Ordo llunted high on  thnt Hood of apparent proHiwrtty  that utWMiiU a Utaluetui v.ull conceived  dial   passably  well  managed.  Tlm linoi/i nnd Driving eotnpiniy \mxfe{ nnd methods improve,  monoy, of courso. for with ttio mnrglr   surprise mo tf some day thirty or forty  of 50 per cent or thereabouts ncccsal-| millions would constitute an average  "Now, Willie, wliat on earth are you  crying thnt wny for?"  "Boohooi My tooth stoppod on my  tongue!"  Every Precaution Taken.  During ii reeom snmlipox' epidemic  In Alnbnma special piwiiutlonsiigulnst  tho dlHonse wore tnken In the mining  camps. In one of thoso i-iimps the  president of tho mining company pijld  a visit of (impaction and cumo upon nn  old negro loaning against tho sldo of  a building.  Mako," asked iho prosldont, "ure  you afraid of the Htnullpox out horo?"  "Somo mny bo, mill," Jako replied.  "As fo' me, I ain't son hod. l's Jest  gwlnc toh got mo some lime nn' llmnto  mnh iioiiKo, nn dun de Uut.*Uh. l.c'ii  iMitilu' up ud' '.'.'.���������iKshiiiH' muh fnmbly,  sp, dat don, suh, If we do git do smallpox 'twon't ho nothln' but ilo cellu*  lold."���������Woman's Home Companion.-'  * Affeotod by the Heat.  Pnf lohce���������Tjmt Is u hot headed  child.  Patrice--Yes. I believe he was*  brought tip In nn Incubator.���������..  Yonliors Statesman.  The West Mourns   the Lose   of   Dr.  Lundy oi Portage,  Dr. Frank B. Lundy, oi Portage la  Prairie, died n tew weeks ago. A '  short time before, his death he drove  fifty miles ncross prairie,"got caught  in a blizzard, and slept all night under his upturned cutter. Such nn ex-  nerience was'no novelty to Dr. Lundy.  He belonged to the swift-passing type  of prairie doctor thnt went the trails  before there wero railroads. In all  Manitoba there was no character better known, . He . went to Portage in  1882 when the caravans of Red River  carts came honking tjp from Fort  Garry en route to Edmonton, Battle-  ford nnd Calgnry. Portage, now the  junction point of four railways, three  of. them trnn_continentaU, was th������n  the point wh������ro the old trails diverged. Dr. Lundy knew every trail, every  couloe and eyery hill in that part of  Manitoba. He wns a young man whon  he started trailing; had spent a short  while in Bruce County, Ontario, after  graduating from Trinity in 1880. In  the twenty-seven years of his trailing  he saw .many changes; more trans'  formations in the country than in the  science of medicine. He was a characteristic "old-timer," . who knew as  much about Indians as nbout white  men.. To doctor up a sipk man best  of a hundred miles away was.part if  *Dr. L'uhdy's practical religion. He  was never known to send a patient a  bill; and he was never known to need  money.  TBut one morning this "Dr. Mc-  Clure," of the prairie, was found dead  in his office. With a score uf doctors  in the town where once his had been  the only, shingle,'he just quit���������and  the long trails of Manitoba will never  feel the click of his. horse's ��������� hoofs  again.  The citizens of Portage were deeply interested in Dr. Lundy. There is  much talk of a handsome ftone memorial in the form of a statue, to  adorn a public square in the town. If  this act of benevolence is carried out.  it will be but a feeble echo of the long  line of benevolences practiced unostentatiously by Dr. Lundy.  The late doctor was born at  Shakespeare, Ont., eldest son of Dr.  J. B. Lundy, once of Preston. Ont.  He was educated at the old grammar  school at Gait, Ont. He entered  Trinity Medical School, Toronto, in  1877; graduated Fellow of Trinity,  and M.B., Toronto, in 1880; passed  examination for license to practice in  Ontario that year. He practiced a  short time in Bruce County, Ont..  going to Portage la Prairie in 1882.  He lived there continuously until his  death. Member of the Manitoba  _Medical_JVwociation.;_ he ' was nlso  past president of "the "College lif" PHy"  sicians and Surgeons of Manitoba.  Three Macdonalds In the Senate.  In the Senate there are threo veterans of the Clan Macdonald, whose  ���������combined ages total 239 years. There,  is Andrew Archibald, from Charlotte-  town; who has seen 82 summers and  as many winters. William is a political stripling of 79 years. He hail-  from Cape Breton, and can address  the Upper House in Gaelic. Lastly  comes William John, of Victoria, B.C..  who is 78-and has a son old enough  to be a oommander in the new navy.  The Hon. William John gave his colleague a rude shock recently when  he suggested that the only thing the  matter with the Senate was that the  majority of its members had become  too wenriod with the burden of years  to take nny interest in public affairs.  This humble expression of opinion  was called forth by a motion of Senator David, himself 71 years of age,  who, when he is not writing pnmph-  lets eulogizing Sir Wilfrid Laurier, or  acting as clerk of the City Council  of  Montrenl, is  trying to  solve  the  Eroblom of bettor distribution of work  etween the Commons and the Sen-  ate. Mr, David, therefore, moved that  a committee of both Houses be np-  pointed to discuss this matter, but  tho chnmpion of "more work for, the  money" was obliged to go nbout his  task with that diplomacy brought to  a high state of perfection during his  long experience with the alderman of  tho metropolis.���������Saturday Night*  Just Like the Men,  The discussions of the quosUixn of  ���������votes (or women which have taken  placo in Toronto of late ns n result of  tho visit of Miss Sylvia Pnnkhurst  rocnlls a story'of a retort onco mndo  liy Sir Wilfrid Laurier to a member  of a party of Indies which.waited upon him aB a deputation, asking for  several things.  Tho main point was tho necessity of  enacting atiti-cigitrotto legislation,  Tho members woro well-posted W. 0,  T. U. workers, nnd thoy presented  their arguments with force nnd ingenuity. But presently one of tho Indie*  strayed from her subject, in nn attempt to bring tact as well ns argument to boar bu appeal to tho Premier, '���������.*:���������  "H you would only do this for us  and then give women votes, wo would  bo,glad to do something lor you," sho  said,  "Ah," observed tho Primo Minister,  with hi������ courtly smile, "yon nro na  bad sa tbe mc-, after all, Beforo you  will give anything, you want somo-  thing, ior yournt'iyua."  ^w  ''TC^r  FEADf FOB USK  IR ART QUAKT1TI  For naldaf SOAP, eoft-  ���������ning water, removing old -  paint, disinfecting sinks,  cloiaU and draiaa and  for many othar purpose*.'  A can aoualc 20 lb*. Sal  Soda. U.efel lor fiva  hundred purpoaae.  Sat*- Ettarrmbara  E.W. QUltUCanUI.  YetMNt tat  filLLETT'S  *  PERFUMED  MAOE.   IIN  CANADA  '." 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We Publish Ready Prints from our  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses.  Order From  Branch  . o  WHEN IT COMES TO  PAPER BAGS and  --^MATCHES-   We ara . everywhere with the   standard goods.  . Paper and Matchei are our specialties.    Lot uo  know your wante���������we'll do the root.  TheE.B.EddyCo.Ltd  HULL, CANADA  TEES ta PER8SE, LIMITED, Af������nto, Winning, ^ilgiry, Edmonton,  Regina, Part William and Port Ar hur.  Appleford  Counter  Check  Book  The best equipped factory for producing Counter Check Books  in Canada.  Capacity  50,000 Check Bolhs  =======  per Day.  Accommodating.  ������������������nut I onn't Htand tlmt hull room,"  explained tho Hhlvi-rlnR lodmer.  "Wlmt'H tho troiihlo. KirV" nwltod tb������  cormldornt������ Inndlmly.  "Why. evory iin������rnh)������ 1 iietimUy hnf������  ta crack tlit������ h'o In thi> wnter \>ftohi>r."  "Oh, don't lot that worry you. Mr,  ninKH. After thlH I win Hend thu  hnndy man up to cruck It for you."���������  rittabCJir Vtm*.  i  I Tho Wrong Quotation.  ' It U rolntml of an abacnt-mindod  Canadian proloBRor thnt .0 onco or*  dored a wreath to be nont n������ a floral  trlhutA fo iv deceased truat������o and, on  being ������h)������xI what mw������n������u who to i>������  written on tho card Sexpreasing ������yn������.  pathy. ruplied abntniotedly, "1 really don't .know. I'll think of something."  TiiKinff out his fountain pen ho  wroto a line on hist curd und returned  il to tho Uoriat's' asfllsuint. who sent  it with tho (lower*, little knowing Ihe  translation of the line which hnd been  written in a lit of abstraction, but  which wn* ��������� fatally apropos, "Fncilin  decenfus Averni." (I5n������y i������ the decent  ,to l-itkis Avutiu���������tho mouth ot Umii-s,)  More Outter; Lett Cheete.  rtincu Kdwurd Wand ftmry pr*  duct* for 1010 wero worth $57<,f������00. no  increuso ot $12,000. Choose docrimi.l  and butter increased.  Factory  and Offices!  HAMILTON,  ONT.  We are supplying the Larg-  Si \ est users of Counter Check  VOfTipCiny* \ Books in Canada with our  Limited.  (Nat In tho Trust)  ���������IMPERIAL BOOKS."  APPLEFORD COUNTER  che"ck BOOK  COMPANY, LIMITED.  We want publishers to net as our agents In nil Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia towns, Wrlto us for conditions and prlcos,  An Interesting Report  Published elsewhere, in .UiIh..issue  Is the Annual Report'for tlio��������� past  year of tlio Honnl of Directors of the  Onnnda Conmnt Company uh rond by  tho President, to tho Shareholders, ut  thn Annual Meeting hold tn Montrenl  on tho iilst of February.  The frank statement of tho policy  nnd tho genonil attitude of fnirntiHa  evidenced hy thin, address,, nro such  nn to warrant more than passing  .comment'. Any lay member��������� of tho  community rending tho report must  surely tool dlnposod to echo tho hone  expressed by" tho President, that the  increased domnml and increased out-  put in tho year to como will result in  further savings in tho cost of muni'i.  IocUr; anil it further nnhnnt hn Imt  Mt by the puhlie at largo that any  such reductions that may he obtained  will; according to, tho -broad-minded  policy of the. Company, bo vised as an  advantage to tlie customera of the  Company���������the concern depending for  n.,.u j.vnni������ \mn-n 'increnHing volume  of business,  Especially Interesting is the state-  ment that the policy of the Company  is'Hueh as to tend towards oqunlirn.  lion of the price of fiement throughout  Cnnada so fur ns possible.  Another noteworthy feature of the  Ueport is (lie provision iniule for employes to become possessors of stock.  This is, ns pointed out, u policy ul  ready in foreu in some of the lamest  Institution*, and shows that tho Canada Cement Company are quick to  appreciate any means nf stimulating  interest and confidence upon the part  of the staff.  'I In- strung lUtimcittl position of Mi*  company is a well known fact, and  nil thnt is necessary to ensure the  continued  success of the coitcern ia  continued prosperity of tho country,,  together with nn increased rouliu-'  tion of the 'importance and economy  ot cement as a building material.  Woman's Influence as Usual  "Hallo!" exclaimed u costomongor  <yi meeting nn acquaintance.   "Wot  damages did yor get for being in thnt  niotor-TniB accident?"  " 'Envy ones, my boy," wub tho reply accompanied by a grin. "I got  twenty pounds for myself and twenty  pouiuls for tho niisKUB,"  "Tho missus I Was nho hurt, tooP'-  "Yes, in courso; I 'ad tho prosonce  of mind to fotoh lior one over the  'cad 'fore wo wnu rescued I"  Jhe huh is u icpculu. ..V'Viy not tbe-       4���������  heart? "    l  ' (M  Send for free sample to Dept. K.U., Nik-  fionn) Drug ft Chemical Co., Toronto.  W. N. U��������� No. 030.  aB%SK^������at!rK.ir*.A**������; ,'���������,������ % i  it  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  13;  t  Perhaps after all we. owe something  to tho grouch. Good nature creates  good appetite, and if everybody hud n  good appetite, whero would we get  grub, enough?  ShSahh Gore  aatoltly stops coughs, enroo oolds, heala  tM  ttirontand  liinee. ���������   ���������   ���������  -6 eenta.  If you rub your hands with a piece  of celery after peeling onions it will  quite removo the unpleasant smell,   i  Mlnard's Liniment for sale everywhere  A tin kettle or coffeo pot is easily  eloaned by being rubbed with a woollen rag soaked in paraffin,  Thero mav bo othor. corn euros, but.  Itolloiyny's Oorn Ouro stands at tho bond  of tho list so far as roflults aro concerned.  How much money hnvo* you wasted  in trying to get something for no-  thingP  Not His Fault  "Oratory is a gift, not nn acquirement," said the proud-'politicinn, ns  lie sat clown after an hour's harangue,  "I understand,' 'snid tho matter-of-  fact chairman., "We're not blamin'  you.   You done tho best you could."  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That is LAXATIVE  RROMO QUIN-  INE,   Look for the signature of E. W.  GROVE.    UbccI   the  World   over  to  Ouro a Cold in One Day.  25c  A man hardly ever has to give up  money in-order to square himself with  his conscience ������������������*''���������  , Won Pome on Its Merlti.���������Tho' unbounded popularity tbnt Dr. Thomas' Ko-  lootrlo Oil onjoys .is not ottrilwtablo to  nny olabornto advertising, for It. hns not  boon so advortlsod, but la entirely duo to  tho morlts of this Oil n������ n. modlnlmv In  ovory oity, town und hamlot, In tbo country It Ir sonrtht aftor sololy bocauso of  Its good aualltlos.  Mnhognny, or nny other colored  wood, mny ho dnrlconod by polishing  with cold drawn linseed oil,  "Yes, my daughter, eloped." "I  supposo you will forgive the young  couple?" "Not until they have located n place to board."���������Washington  Herflld.  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  with LOCAL APPLICATIONS. ��������������� thoy ennnot rwiCa  the s������at ot tho disoaso. Catarrh It a blood or constitutional disease, and In order to ouro It you must take  Inwrnal remedial Hall'* Catarrh*Cure Ik takon internally, und acta directly upon tlio blood and muroui  surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure In not a quack medicine, It waa proscribed by .one ot the bwil physicians  In thia country (or years nnd Is a regular prescription,  It h composed of tho best tonics known, combined  with tho best u.ufld purifiers, acting dlreotly on ths  mucous surfaces. Tho perfect combination of ths  two inuredlont* Is what produces such wondorfifl rami1* In curing oatarrh. Bend for testimonials, free.  f. .* . Jf- J' CIIBNKY de CO,, Prop*, Wlsdo. a  Bold b, Drumilsts, price 78a,  TU������ Uail's Family puis tor constipation,  Whon cleaning house uao plonty of  turpentine in tho scrub water. It  menus certain death to moths.  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.  Ho is truly a foolish mail who will  prnlsei anothor woman's baby to a woman who hns ono of her own.  1  FOR   QUICK   SALE  Li������l Your..'Kami With  F. CLOWES & CO.  1 .1���������-���������-Mil'fc a-^ a%.,^-iAlf-%_miga._u_m.._\.__-_m_rm,'  ^^ftrtnn*Ti^!*Tt,  Mead.Ofc: Calgary, Alia.  ns; r.oii  :��������������� .���������������11<i i nun i\ivrr  WE ADVERTISE THJE WORLD OVER  We  Pay  Particular Attention  to Exclusive Listings  "SL0G6EB WILLIAMS."  Tom Brown'f Famous Schoolmate  Is  a Professor In England.  Rev. Chancellor Bulkeley Owen  Jones, who, ns stated in The Daily  Mail is the original Slogger Williams,  one of the heroes of the great fight described in "Tom Brown's Schooldays,"  gave hia version of the famous encoun.  ter to a representative of that journal  and, incidentally, had some remarks  to make on the life of the public  schoolboy of the 'thirties and 'forties.  The changellor, who is now in his  eighty-eighth year, is a mun ot fine  physiqus, hale and heurty, with ail  hia faculties unimpaired. After a life  of useful service he has retired to  pass the evening of his life in the  beautful little town of Deganwy, en  tho banks of Conway River, one of  the beauty spots v,f his native country.  "Whether the public schoolboy, of  to-day is as hardy as of yore 1 can-'  not say." he remarked. "I urn so old  that my knowledge of public schools  of the present day is limited, but we  were certainly not pampered at Rugby. I had to travel there on the box-  seat of the o|d stage, aud I remember  that on ono occasion I got so cold  that I nearly fell off Uie seat. Whenever I went home at holiday time I  paid $20 journey money to Bangor  by old Thomas, as related in the book.  Other boys had longer distances to go  ���������some to Scotland.  "In my time at'Rugby the only  places available during the daytime  for washing the hands and face was  the venerable and much-respected  pump in the quadrangle. There was a  penalty attached to non-ablution before early school, and at was that  the offender should be placed under  the said pump and the delect remedied by a deluge on the back of the  neck. This remedy.was applied in a  good' many instances "without injurious , effects, but in the case of a  Welsh boy named Williams the punishment was so severe, the weather  and water being so cod, that his circulation was stopped and Williams  well-nigh ceased to exist.'  "Our football matches in those days  were much more strenuous than they  are -nowadays. We, of the School-  house, about seventy in number, played the rest of the school, about 300.  We used to 'hack' one another in a  most ferocious manner, and I have  marks on my shins to this day which  I gained at Rugby more than seventy  years ago. These games Were excellent training for the pugilistic encounter which were then not uncommon."  Describing his fight with Tom  Brown, "the chancellor gave a version  somewhat different from that of the  Rev. Augustus Orlebar, His opponent,  -who-said-that-neither-of-the-parties-  could claim the-victory.  "What happened was this," said  the chancellor. "It was a rainy day.  and a lot of boys were gathered in  the.Schoolhouse.,hall. Orlebar, was  teasing a little fellow, and the little  fellow said to me 'Spank him, Jones.'  I caught him a rather sharp tap; he  lost his temper and knocked me down.  At once the boys in the hall shouted,-  'Fight! Fight! Jones and Orlebar!'  There was no help for it, and we had  a rare set-to. My own opinion is that  I won, because when Arnold came and  caught us Orlebar had fainted.  "My face was so disfigured that the  doctor did not know me. When he  found out who it was he gave me a,  double punishment, first for talking  in chapel and second for fighting. I  had to write out 500 lines of Virgil.  Orlebar waa a mighty hitter and  punished mo severely, but I was in  the better condition at the finish, the  reason being that I had just been out  twice with the Big Side hare and  hounds. It was a fine sport for keep-  in.j a man in condition. Orlebar and  I wore tho best of friends both before  and after the flgtit:"     '  Of Tom Hughes himself tho chancellor had little -to say. "He was  rather a quiet Ind, and not very popular," he remarked. "I, think it is a  mistake to assert- that Dean, Stanloy  was the pro.totypo of little 'Arthur.'  Tho character was made up from a  number of bays," '.'  Pop Qo  100,000 Weaiels.  '"No end of trappers," said a big  London fur-storo manager, "ore on  tho war-path aftor ermine fur for tho  robes of royalty and nobility. The  stoat, or ormino weasel^ skin, only  measures a foot long by threo inches  wide, so about 100,000 weasels will be  wanted for coronation robos.  "Thu moro biting tho cold whoro  tho animal is trapped, tho whiter is  tho fur, And it is 'parky' in Siberia!-  During last coronation thoro wns a  weasel famino, and tine skins poppod  up to half-u-Bovuroigri apiece,  . "Krmlno fur h used cither plain  "or 'powdered' on tho cupe ol tho robe.  Thoro tho rows of littlo black dots  indicate tho degreo of tho wearer,  "Theso dots, Vory carefully inserted at measured Intervals, are mado  from tho fur o< tho bluc-blaek soul,  dyod black.  "But, black or white, tho finals aro  -not having such a timo of it just how  at- tho weasols,"  The  Irony of  Fate,  "What is your understanding of tho  irony .of fate?", asked tho bashful  younff man.  "Woll," tho benutilul girl replied,  "il two ftiJlt>w> j>liviu.'i fight over inu  and it shouldn't got into tho papers I  should think that was about it."  Did Napoleon Have a Double?  That Napoleon did not die on the  Island of St. Helena, but that the  man who did die there was Napoleon's  double/is the contention of Charles  Omerra, who brings forward curious  documents which, according to him  prove his contention. This'double is  alleged to have .been seized and  placed on board the Bellerophon,  while the real Napoleon fled to  Austria and died at Inst under the  windows of his only son; the ill-fated  1 Aglon.  Face Sores and Eruptions  Zam-Buk Will  Quickly Heal.  The approach of Spring finds many  people with ' unsightly face sores,  eruptions, boils, etc. In this connection Zam-Buk is invaluable. An  illustration' of the way in which it  cures even tho most serious nnd  chronic cases of- eruptions, sores nnd  ulcers, is provided by Mr. R. H. Barker, of Glencairn, Ont.   He says:  "I never could have believe'd that  any remedy could cure so quickly and  at the same time bo effectively 'as  Zam-Buk- cured me.' My face began  to-be covered with a kind of rash,  which itched and irritated.' This rash  then turned to sores, which dis-  charged freely and began to spread.  I -first tried one thing and then  another, . but nothing ' seemed to do  me much good, and the eruption got  iworso\,and worse until my face was  just covered with running sores.  "Apart from the pain (which was  very bad), ��������� my face was such a terrible sight that I was not fit to go out.  This was my state when someone advised me to-try Zam-Buk. I got a'  supply and within a week I could  see that the sores were rapidly healing. A little longer, and Zam-Buk  had healed them completely, and my  skin was as clear as if I had never  hnd a sore. We shall never again be  without Zam-Buk in the house,"  Zam-Buk is unequalled for Spring  rashes, eruptions, children's sores,  scalp diseases, ringworm, ulcers, abscesses, eczema, tetter, piles, cuts,  burns, bruises, and skin injuries and  diseases penorally. All druggists and  stores sell at 50c. box, or post free  from Zam-Buk Co., Toronto, for price.  Refuse harmful imitations. Zam-Buk'  Soap, which may be "had from any  druggist at 25c. a tablet, should b'e  used instead of ordinary soap in all  cases of eruptions and skin diseases.  ��������� "The moohfehine distillery has  moved ten miles further."- "Great  sakes!" exclaimed the colonel. "Have  you got to change the town site  again?"���������Atlanta Constitution.  TAKE  A DOSE OF  PISO'C  W* THE BEST MEDICINE     Wjl  __for  COUGHS   S  COLPg  T  Sir MURINE EYE REME0V  For Red, Weal, Weaiy, Wateiy Eyes W  AND GRANULATED LIDS I  __ Murlno Doesn't Smart-Soolhee Era Pain ���������  Murine Eye Remedy, Liquid, 25c, 50c, $ 1.00, *  MuriM   Eire Silro, in Aicplie Tubw, 25t,  SI.OOL  ��������� VK BOOKS AND ADVICR PREK BY MAIL  Murine Ey������ Remedy Co., Chloage  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHIUi.,  Mm, WiMiioW* Sootkino Svaur 1mm bm  ased for over SIXTY YEARS by MlU.10tfS of  WOTHKXB for ,th������ir CHU.OKKN WHIUI  TKKTIIINO, wllh PKRI'KCT SUCCKS*. It  SOOTHES the CHILD/SOl'TKNS lh������ OUKft  AIXAYSall PAIN. CURKrt WIND COLIC aad  le the beat remedy for DIAKRHOJA. a la a������  aolutely harmless, lie sure aud ante for "Mra,  Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup," aad lata no.olhot  Kind.   T������rrnty-fivt ccnta a bottle  Special Notice  TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND AGENTS.  Agents Wanted by B. SHRAGGE,  396 Princess St., Winnipeg, to purchase for him scrap copper and bran,  cast and wrought' iron, old rubber  boots and shoes and crown lager  quart, pint and whiskey bottles.   13  Seldom See  a bit knee like this, bat yonr borta  mar hare a bunch or brnUa on hla  Ankle, Hook, 8tl. ), Knee oi Throat.  ^BSORBINE  will clean them off withont')������ln( the  hortanp. Ho blister, uo hair aoiia,  *2.00 per bottla.dellr'd. Book 8 D free.'  _ AJISOKIIINE.J-I., formanklnd.il!  Removes Painful Swelling!. Enforced Glands,  Goitre, Went, Braises, Varleoae Vein*, V������rloos-  Uiai, Old Sores. Allars Pain. Book free,  ff. F. VOUNB, P. D. F., 187 Temcla St.. Springfield, Miu.  LTBAH8, LW��������� Ventral, CmuUm itrali.   ���������  AIm tunltbrt bj BAHTIN KOI.E * WTkNK CO., iriaiWl  Till lUTIOJUL DRKI * CHMICiL to., WI������Im. * cai.  firji mi lUUOItUH>������ IIK08, Uh, Ul, Va������������u>.V.  iniokly atops coughs, euro* colds, heat*  Ti������ throat nnd lunga. -   -   ��������� 25 centa.  Thounhtful.  >.i  i.���������f  "T'm sure he'd make  bond."  "What mnkoi you think bo?"  "Ho novor forKutt* to tnlw my rIovps  out o} hig jwekot whon I itlvu thorn to  him to curry lor mo."  Money talks, but' it seldom stays  with us long enough for the familiarity of slang.  . What you like njbout. a woman is  you never know what she is going to  do; and what you don't like about  a man is sometinTes you do know.  USING PURGATIVES  INJURES HEALTH  What You Meed in Spring is  a Blood Building  Tonic  A spring medicino is an nctunlne-  cessity to most people. Nature demands it as an nid in carryihp; off  tlio impurities thnt have accumulated  in tlio blood during long .winter  months of indoor life. Unfortunately  thousands of people who recognize  tho necessity for a spring medicine  do not know> what is best to take  nnd doac .themselves with harsh, griping jin^fttivos.  This is a serious mistnko, Ask  nny doctor and he will tell you that  tho uso of purgative medicines weak-  niifl the system, hut does not curo  disease. In the Rpring the system  needs building up���������purgatives ennnot  do this���������they weaken you still morn,  The hlood should he made rich, red,  pure, and only a tonic mndiclnn can  do this. The host blood building,  nerve restoring tonic, inedipal science  has yet discovered is Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills. Kvnry doso of this modi-  irinn notunlly makes now, rich blood.  This new blood strengthens everv or-  prim, evory nerve and every pnrt of  Iho body, Tills is whv Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills euro headaches and bnck-  nches, rheumntiHiii' nnd neifrnlgift.  bullish pimples and eruptions, and  give a glow of health to pnlo nnd  snllow cheeks. Men, womnn and  urowing hoys and t'irls who take Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills eat well, sleep  well, nnd fool bright, active and  Htrong. If you need a medicine this  snriiig-nnd most likely you dn���������try  thiR great reviving Ionic and feol the  new life, new health, and new  strength it will put into you.  Bold by all medicine dealers of hy  mail nt hi) cents n box or six boxes  for JS8.S0, from Thn TV Wniinm"'  Medicino Co., Ilrockvillo, Ont.  To bo loved into service is better  than to bo spanked intn servitude.  Thn wise man treats bin friends well  but, not oflnn  Here's a Home Dye  That  ANYONE  Oan Use.  HOME DYEINC has  always been more or  less of a difficult undertaking- Not bo whan  you uaa  DYOLA  S������od lorSempla  - Ctrd tnd Story-  Booklet tt  The JOHNSON.  RICHARDSON  CO.. Limited,  Montreal, Cen.  JUST THINK OF IT I  With DY-O-LA you can color either Wool,  Cotton, Silk or Mixed Goods Perfectly with  the SAME  Dye.    No chance of using th*  WRONG Dye for the Goods you have to color.  Boys' Cowboy  Suit Free  Three-niece stilt, made  In true Cowboy full-.  fans' Ihlrt, Frinjfod  Trouion tnd wide  ���������rimmed Eat, slsas  up to 14 years. ��������� It is  Made of very beat material and fuaranteed  to wear ; just the thing  far the coming summon  Lots of fun for yourself  and your playmates,  We give It free for sell-  i*C ooly 14.00 worth of  our BeiutUul Utho ,  Art    Poitcardi    at  Vfor Bo, These postcards oomprta views of  ������������������tern Canada., I,ov������ Boonei, Oomloa, Ea*>  Ur, llrthdayi, Beit Wishes, Flowers, Cow,  ���������MN, etc, and are very .'asi sellers. We also  dve a Cowgirl Hult free for selling $4.00 worth  ������ oards, Send your order for oard������ tci'lay  and when you sell them return themon������y andwa  will aend OowXwy or OftWBlTi 8ult,_postpal(l,-'  *��������� you. WUB WBBTB2*T PBSMfUM 00.  mj___ loo. Winnipeg, M*n  Dominion Express  Jfoney Orders and  Foreign Cheques  ^ are payahU alt aver the Warld,  I     Abiolutely tha best way  1 to r������mlt money by mail.  TRAVELLERS'CHEQUEB ISSUED  Monoy avN| by T������l������oraph Hnd C������bl������  Foreign Monty bought nnd ���������old.  Rata* for Monoy Otiata     \  f I *ni under ,     ,      | caals  Over  I to $10        ,     ,      |    ���������'���������  "     11 to   10        ,     ,     10    "  "     Mio   10        ,     ,     ||    ������������������  On Sal* ta til Can, Pat, Ry, Slatlmt,  Thoro am nhout threo thousand  wflddiiiKH iivriry twfmty-four lioum,  taking tho ontiro world into eonaidor-  utioii.  "What nro you playing, my littlo  frirmdsP   Won't you   lot   mo   tako  Jmilr"  '"Pure   #r>| r.ul j-f.jir dk'f."  ,\^V\\  Not D������f)nlto.  "And if you marry my daughter." I  ���������aid old Gotroi, "how long will it bo i  before you call ou iu������ for nidi-" !  "Can t ������ay," nnawerod th.* young |  man.  "It depend* on },ow |on��������� ^ j,  before she wunti to cat."  To Stop Swearing.  A "Cloia Mouth I.engu.!" hni been  orKimiiiod    at   Knmptvilln,   Ont., to  c eati Innguago from profnn������ cja<!ul*.  tlon������ and impure cxpro������������.iou������,  A 8������fo Pill for 8uff������r������r������.i-Thpro nro  pillN that vlotontly ptiru<' nnd (ill tlm  Htomnnh and lritonttiii>N with pnin, 1'nr-  rnplf-n'H Vppotaliln I'llls nro mild nml cf.  fontlvo, They nro purclv vrifntnblo, no  mlwrn ntirBntlvn I'litcrlnif Into their  cowpoaltlnn, and tlitdr uttccl In Hoothltiir  nnd nonoflolnl, Try thr������m find Iin mm-  vlncod. Thoutmndii enn nttrat tlifir Kiint  miratlyo mmlltlra Iimbiihp thoiiHiindii own  tiii-lr iipnitli nnd ������������r#'iiftli m timely mn  of thia moat b*cMImu mr<dlnln������>.  Maim ii M i A Mmam mmammXaakmmJLiJiaaai  tfi/trr!> '7  : KIDNEY j  {t , ; , ���������     I   L L> aJ     _-^. _>  ,:'U\\woo,c  A Rpnonfiil o������ vinegar jiut info Iho  wntor in whioh mont nr fowls nro  boiled will tnekft.tlvmi tender.  Hnmlinn Wixnrd Oil is rooommond-  od by nmny phyniclnns. It is uhihI  in mnny public nnd privnto hosplinln.  NThy not koop n bottle on hand in  your own home.  "Wktcs,  W. N, U., Ne, MO. J   .  7~---l������-  The Gumbcriaud iiw*  | issued  Every   Tuesdav  bv  the  Comox   St   GurTibtfPlanvi  Publishing   Corxip^riy  Thi* papo!* will noi Uo\>l I'.-Vidf  r."*)-."nt>rt)le tor tho opini<������:i?i'\'t ."that's, na may appear in m ooiumtis  from time to time.  r 'KSDAY,   May 16t������,  uHL,  Ft > It S ALE���������A 0-rooimM I ho use  un   Maryport   Avenue,   between  Second and Third streets,  tli id oilice.  Apply  SUMMER SCHEDULE.  will  7.00  and  TheSS.   Princess Mary  sail as under:���������  Leave Victoria Tuesday,  a.m., for Nanaimo,   Union  Coniox.  Leave Comox Wednesday 8.00  a.m., for Uniou, Nanaimo and  Vancouver.  Leave Vancouver Thursday,  q.00 a.m., for Nautumn. Union  o\v>\ Comox,  ' i.ave Comox Friday. S.wa.m.  for Union, Nanaimo und Vancouver.  Leave Vancouver Saturday,  9.00 a.m., for Nanaimo, Union  and Comox.  Leave Comox Sunday, 12.15  a.m., for Union, Nanaimo, Vau-  eouver and Victoria.  IF YOU WANT  good punra  GIVE US A TRIAL  FOR SA.LE���������One i unbator  and two brooders, Cap-uiity 3(i0.  Price $&0 Cor the lot. Apply this  oilice.  (e.) The oharacter ot the proposed  *crkn dam and tluiuo gates.-  (t.) The premises 0* which the ua-  tet ia to Im uBed (desc^bi mem): Id  in. ������->ui* pjiut .iu t..������ Uud aioug the bank  of tbe Oempboll Rmr, nhoat one hall milt-  Iwlov C -.''.pMl Rive- Falls.  (g.) The purpose* tor which tbe  Wttlur ii to lio uMii pi������w������r purposes.  (h.) If for irrigation iamtih* tbe  land Intended to bft Irrigated, giving  None.  (i) If the water te to U xhxA lor  power or mining purposes describe  the plaee whert the water is to be  returned to some natural channel,  and the difference in altitude botwwn  point ot diversion and point ot re-  turui Tho water in to tw re murd to th������  Campbell River at n-poiat *boot one mil*  bolftw tho Campbell River Falls and ������h������r  difference in altltmle will be aboni BOO ft.  (j.) Area of Crown land iateneoft to  be occupied by the proposed worka:  A.i������',ut3,J0 aotee;  (k.)Th.s notke waa posted on the  -���������ootid day 01 January, 1911, ������u<i ft;>|>lia*'  tion will be made to tbe Oomml������-  -io er on tho twonty-iourtb u*y ti Febru-  try, 1011.  1.) Ulve the name* and aWreaaea  of any riparian proprietors or licensee*] who or whose lands are likely to  be affected by the propoaed works,  either above or below the outlet:  Tho crown, tb������ British Aro������no������ Tiasber  Co., Ltd., of Viotoria, B.C., North Pacifio  Lumbar Otf, Ltd., of Vauoon������er,B,U; P.  Cudahy, of Chwage, Illinois: IuUruation  aiTiu.bar Co., of VkMnu or, B C. "  Attach copy of such part������ of the  Company's memorandum of Mftecia'  tion as authorise the propose^ application and worka..  (������] The oonatruotioa ox operation of  wcrk* ������ir tho Mpply'irutrluatioaof water  nndei������.bo "W.te������ Aot, 1W9*"  ( b) ...Tt. njj-l ly for ami obtain aider* tW  proviiions of the "Water Act, 1909," or to  purchaBo or otherwise acquire water reo-  ords or water lio ninM.  The Campbkm. TUveu Power company,  Limited.  Q. H. Burn*-. W. Wallace Grime,  P.O addresn ltox 734 Directors.  Victoria, RO.   _a..i.. u  COURT OF REVISION.  ^*A Court of Revision will be held in the  Cuy Council Chambers on Thursday,  Ms������y 18th, 1911. at 7.30 p.m., for the purpose of branny compUints, if .tnv, against  the assessment of property in tbe Ciiy of  Cumberland for the year t<}l 1  Any person or persons having complaint mest give notice in wri'in^ at least  ten days before tbe date of meeting.  Alex. McKinnon, Ciiv Clerk.  Cumberland, 15 C, April 5th, 1911.      ,   Nai'ICE^ U hereby given that at th������  next meeting of the BciFdut Lioeiibe Com--  luiabiouers of the City of Cwnberlftud, 1  intend to app y for a reuewnl of the hotol license bebl by mo tor the Cumberland  Hottl, situated on lot 1, blook l>, Ouiul er-  laudTownsite.  WILLIAM MBRMFIKLD.  Dated tKie 15th duy ot May, 1911.  10% BONDS 10%  An Attractive  Offering  for a Short Term  Investment.  We can offer the conservative  investor for a short while only  an opportunity of placing his  surplus funds in a high-class security bearing a rate of iuterest  ol ten pet;'cent,  Only 150 of these Convertible  Debentures at a par value of $xoo  each, 'available.  Do uot gamble in stocks,  shares and other forms of speculation, but INVEST whore your  principal and interest is secured,  Wkitk I'or rui,thei"|,iani������MilarR  ol' thi-; Howl bsuewhi h in par-  M'uhu'ly aUrad-ivtt '<> investors.  Prompt application is necessary  as number is limited,  CAMM SE0DRITIE8,  LIlIIIiD.  Vancouver Ofllce:���������  1101 Dominion Trust  Building,  Vancouver, B, C.  NOTICE is. hereby given th it nt the  uext meeting of the Board of L'.ceuM*  CommiBsiouurB ot the City ot Cumberland, I Inteud to api-ly tor ii renewal of the  wholenale liquor liceiwo held ly me, >.it-  uated on lot 12, block 6, Cumberland  Townsite.  JOHN MAR0C0HI  Dated thin 15th dny ot Mny, 1011.  t������������������<|-������*l������-B>*������*>������������������-**������������*������W������'"������;  NOTIOB Ih hereby given tlmt at th  1 ext meeting of the Board of Uooiibo 0������tn  mimiioueri of the Oity ot Cuinbiirlnnd, I  intend to linply tor a reno>nl of tha hot  ol Vconpo held by mi; for tlio Wavcrly  Hotel, situated ou lot 2, blook 8', Cumber  bind TowuBito,  FI4ANKDALLOS  Dated thia 15th dny of Miy, 1911  WA'VKH NOXiCH.  NOTICK Ih   hweby given tlmt  an  WipllcftWoii will bo made under Part  V, of tho "Watm- Act, im," to ob-  !        .1   i ���������  'U .n't.   . N.y n<kfi.   !>ivi������l I)   nf  V* t riti '-V.l.������r Ui.i-t  .   Tt> nura  of Quiii anv lu Hill   Tlm  ('    i'U.i Hivu  I'i"  i-li. nn������������ v.L'iiiitod,  r.ohofidvniav.Ol������o������  fH.r.r   & Hob  '.���������  ������ ti, 6UF !���������:;���������, Vi -l ���������!.. ������',0.  Tl*i* cApltnl, how divided, thowln?  1 ..11 t paid ���������. WO (KM) ,llvi i������ u u 5 hi  *��������� J1*"* of 8l(l������i.iii' ������* U. Am uu (ftid wp  * 10,000.  ilf for mlnlnf purpo������������������) Fra������ Mln������  tr'a Ct,rtlOf.,,t������ No.,   {h) Tho numis of tbft lnkfc, xtream|^,,^'  n- oo'iMft    Hf imnnmtd, tlm ilooiin '  (o.) The jirlnt ������if tUvoriilon; About  Tii.-'.-  t ,.1 (*    in M i...   .  (d.) This ijnunttty of water rippHml  for (Ib wiblc fe������t per twonrt*  -l0uU  fe fo������t.  NOTICE iB hitrel.y given that nt the  noxt meotiiig uf the Uimrcl of Lioonee  ComiuiaHionoiB of tho Oly of Cumberland, I intend "to upply lor 11  raiowul of tho hotel Iicoiiho held by me  for tho Ni-w linglnnd llolfll, hIMinted 01,  tho ontit luilt uf lot 3, la bluolt 8, Cumbt-r-  iiind TtiwnBlto,  JAMKB WALTERS.  Dmed tltB 15th duy ot Miv, 1911,  M____M Mm WmUMMnHft-MI M������ Will) IWlWM^-WWWWWIiW  NOTIOB i������ liunby (jIvontliHt ut tlio  iioxbtncrting"!! thn Board of LlotiiicoCom  inliWoiV'i'H nf tho Oity til Omnhttrliiinl, wo  Intord iiO npply for it ronowul , f tlio lio>  ol lio uso hold byim fur iho Voudomo  Ilotol, Hltuittod ou lot il block 3, CnmW-  lmid TowiiHlto.  WlLSOKfeBItAMllBH;}.  Dbted thia 15th d*ty of Muy, 10)1,  NOTK E in hereby Ijlvon th������c at tho  imx*. inaotlii^ of (hu Buil'dof Liuoimo Coin-  minHiiinor* for ilio Oity u( CiuuharUuiJ, 1  IntHad to aviily lor a, rouowul of tho whol' -  mio liquor liouimu liuld liy in-', nitu&tod on  lot 0, blook 15, Oumbi)il������nd Tuwiulto,  OIALl MUS&A.TTI.  Uitod thia liilh s\-j ilUr, l'JII.  NOTIOB ialmroby yiv������iu tlut nt tlm ������������xt  nu > dug ot tho lhmi-d nf Motiinu Onnimla  hum o h of tho Uiy oflJiiinborliind, I in-  I'inil to npply for a runownl of iim whole-  hiilu liijuur licoiidO hold by un, miuitUu  'Hi lot I'-, biou|( 7, Ciimlwi-Uiul Townhito  VIUM SOAVAUUO.  l)������tod this Ifitli d������y of Mivy, HIU  mm tj********"*** * " ��������� o ������������ m w  NOTIOK in buioliy ulvon thnt at tli������  noxt itii-cting of tho Hn ir-1 of Uqoiiko  Ui������iiniim4iMiota oftlioOitj- ol number,  bind, I mtftid io ii|i|ilv foi a renewal of  thn wbolft-iiilo liquor li(it������H8o held by xn������,  y.-tui.t* 0 <n tot (),l)lnc1( 7, Unmborlmd  cue,  viorou uoNoiiA.  M'l-U-fl thin IIMt dny of Mny. TJll  ,������*,** .4  + **���������>+������������������!  \n Ad in the  pays.    Try it.  New  !��������������������������������������������� ������������  SPATES  The TAILOR.  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  LiadlcA*' Wot*k  11 Speclolty.  MWMWtMW  Mw*aw*am������w  SAYWARD LAWD DI8T1U0T,  Dldtriot ot Snywurd.  TAKR notioo that Qoorgo Lolooitor Ul-  mlngton, ot Vinoouvnr, 11,0., inoohnnloi  intundn to upply for pormlmimi to purohaiiu  tha following denurlbod li\nd_:���������  Commonclng at n \mt plnntod nt tho  Knuth want, ooruor of lot 552; thonoo north  80 clnmu, thonco wuit 75 ohnina, thoneo  Hinith 80 ohitlno, thonoo o&it 75 ohniim, tn  point nf oommanoonioHt, oonUiiuliiK COD  itorpH, moui or lt>w,  OKOnOUliKIOILSTRIl TtlMIHQTOX,  Uobnrt llonrv Oluutuut, na������nt<  Dntoil Mnroh Dth. 1U11  8AYVVAHI) UND DISTHICT  Dirtrlot of 8ny w������rd.  TAKE NOTICK that Pntriok WllH������m  ItdAfn Olnrli, nf Vanoruvrr. B.C., Uw  ulark, I'ltuudn to opply for iiermiuiUn tn  V>uroh������i* the following do������orl<iod laodtii  CommtnolBg nt n \vt>������i plwito<l nt the  Bouthw������'t comer ot jot 8821 thonoe east 80  chain", thnnoe south 04 ehftint, thenoo  wrnt 40 cbnina, thoneo nouth 10 chuinn,  thonne went 40 chtxfna, if onco umth 80  o\iMii������ U> liltiO-J of commenoi'ment, oont.tin  ii.������B70aori-*������, moroorlfM,  F'athioic VViixum Lkhuv. Cuhki  Hoi* rt He ry Cbotnut, nueiif.  DmBdMnrCliWh,lBll.  C BALED TI5NDEK8 nddiwuod to tbo  ^ uudor������i|ined, und ondor od "Tinder  tot PmIiHo BuildliiR, Uraud ForUu,,  B.O.," will bu received nt tbiu office uutil  4,00 P.M, on Monday, Muy 20, 1011, for  thu ooUBtruutiou of it l-ubllo liuildiug IU  Grand For Uh ab.C,  I'tniu, upeoinontlon aud form ot eon-  truot oan bo uuuo uud foniuof tuiidar ob  tuined nt tho ullloeof Mr, Wm Lluudoruou,  Uoiidont Aroiiltoot, Vio.oriu, ll.C, nt thu  I'ort Ollloe, Uruud Korku, mid ut thlu Uo>  yurtmont,  PoruoiiB toiuloring lire liotillod that tond  ui'M williioi.bouoniiduudunlon mndo on  thr prlutod f ui nu iiuupliuu, u������d uiKncd  with thoir aotunl klgiuturuH; utatniu tlioir  ououuitliiititi una 11I11004 of l'ualUuuuu. Iu  thu uanu of tlriiw, tlw aoiuul ������iKimturi', thu  uitturu of tho ouou^iuicii uud pluuo ot roii-  dcuoo uf uNoh tuoiiiotr ot tlm urui uiu<t bo  givun,  liluuh toudvr mu������t bo iicuiimpautod by uu  uuooiiiod 0I1U4U0 uu 11 ohutioitd buult, |>ay-  ubio to tba ordor of tho Houuundilu tho  Mluiatur ot k'ubilo W'TIih, oiiual u������Vun pur  uout (10 p.o.) wt tuo amount uf tho tmiUur,  whiuii will bo toiloited il vho mjimio-loiiii-  eriiiK tlouhno tu uulur iuw������������ wMUuCtwhC'n  ouliud upuu tu tio iu, ut l.il tu runijiU'ti'  tnu MorK uouirnuioti lor, If tlio tontlur uu  uot iiiitoplvd tho ohotiuu will bo rutuinud,  Tho Duimnuiont du������������ nut hind utiolt to  !H'iO[>t tlm lowokt ur uny louder,  By ordor,  tt. 0. UESUOOUKIW,  Mi'ur������.Uty,  Depurtment of I'ublio VV6rl<B,  Ottuwn, April 25, iOll.  VbwRpipora will liut hu paid for thin nd  vortUoiuoni it thoy iimmt it without nuth  otity ti'uW too DniMrimnut.  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  District of Sayward.  TAKE NOTICE thnt William  Onldwell, of Lanark, Ont,, mininn  'man, intunda to apply for permiB  eioti to purolmea tho following described landej���������Conimonoing at a  poat plnnted at the liorlhweMoorner.  of Lot 400, Oarringio'n Bay, Snywurd District, thenco'following tho  norlh bonndury of ot 490 Oitntorly  for 4Y) ohuiriB, thonco north 20  nhuinp, thonoo west to thoHhorelim;  thonoe BoiUhw6ntorly and following  tbo nhovo line to the point of com-  iLO'iccineiit, oontuining 1'ubp than 80  norop.      William Oaldwkll,  Jno, Mn������i8on,i\Kont  Dated Fob, 28th, 1011,  BAYVVAHO LAND DISTRICT,  DUtriot of Snywurd,  TAKE notioo that Biduny Hoiuimnn, of  Vuuuouvor, U. C, moohnnio, intendu to  upitly for iieriuinalou to-purohiiHO tbo fol.  luwiiiff dosoilbi'd huuUi���������  PommonoUiK nt ������ ix������t plnntod at tho  uuuUi^'Cot cvrtifr nf lot RR'Ji thonoe iouth  HlV chnlnM, tlinunn wrwt 80 ohntuN, tlu-noe  north 80 ohnina, thenoo uitat 80 ohitini, to  pi lino of oiinmonooiiiont ^outniniug 040  tiuros, mure or Idnr.  filllNUV Hkahmak,  Ivob it Ucnry (?n<������*tnnt. ntfnnt,  DitodMiirohlMj, 1011.  SAYWATIO LAND DI8IKX0T.  Oigtrict of Boyward.,  TAKE NOTICE that Arthur Uowlaud  Beat, of Vancouver, B.O., transport aRont,  iutondu to npply forpermiHsiou to.purohano  tho fidlpwinK dQioribcdUudu'.r^-Coihmouei-  iug ntnpoht planted at tha utmthoaBt corner ot lot 540, ou tho north bou.idnry of  lot 547, theuoe uorth 80 ohaino,  thonoe  eUMt 75 ohainu. tb finer uouth B0 ohuiiiH,  thonctjwoni* 75 ohnina to point of ootnmenco  mont, onntaiuiuK 600 aorim, moro ur Iobh.  Anwou HowUnd Hkst,  Hubert ltanry Cheutnut, ngant.  Dated Maroh 7th, mi,   SAYVVA\W LAND DI8TR1GT.  IMutriotot Buy ward, ,,  TAKK NOiloli thatSumnulHoiiBrann,,  of Vauoouvor, B.O,, mcohaulb, lutendu to  npply for purminpion to purolinue tho fol  lowl 11 dcao������ibod laud*!���������Commvuoing at������.  poat plnotod nt tho south went ooruor of lot  BBOt thonco onut 160 ohaiuH, thonoo nouth  40 ohnins, thenoo wo������t 7B ohalna (more or  lowi) thenoo north fl olimna, thonoo wimt  BR oluiin������, thonoo'uorth 85 ehniuN to point  of oommonoonient, onntaininit 000 norm,  moroorlobB,     Samuui, Huahuam.  Robert llonry Chontnut, agont  Datod Maroh Bth, 1011,  h������->*i������<*u������- *,muimtmt*mt\  IP YOU WANT GOOD  PRINTING GO TO Tlllv  NEWS. FIRST-CLASS WORK  SAYWAUD LAND DISTRICT.  DUtriot of Sny-wnid,  TAKK uotloo that Nnnotto Jonoph, of  ���������Vauoouvor, R. C\, 8|nnat������r, iutoudi to  apply for porwlmion to purohnae tho fol-  lowing doROrihml lnndd',-'  CiuniiuiioiDB al ft pout pluntod nt tlio  BnutheiiHt ooruor ot lot 547| thenco north  Bilcii'ili'H, tho-ee oaa* 80 ohainu, thenoe  Ko.itli bO chuint, Ihouow wo������t 80 ohnins  t > thu p itnt of oou-mtMticamei.t, contain-  illy liiO ..ot������* Iii������l0 *>r lCI'0.  NA^irru Joiirw,  lUdn>rt llonry Ob^ti'int, ������B������nU  Datod Mnro*. 7 th, 101L  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  DiBtrict of 8nyward,  TAKR notion thst Pmnooi Mrmi|(li������io,  wifeot W, V, BrouBhnw, ol Vitnoouvar,  11,0,, intondi to npply tor porniliaion to  PHi'ohtuto tho tollowina (lodorilMd land*:���������  CuuuucacinK st 1 poat plnnted 40 obnlnx  wont of tlio touthoiat oomor of lit 547;  thonoe omt 120 ohalim, thenoe iouth 40  ohainu, thonoe weat 120 ohtina, thonoo  north 40 ehaim to point of oommeuo*nioii\  containing 480 uorea, more or loia.  P������AyoK������BiiouonAM,  Robert Honry Oheatnut, n������oiit  DuUd March 8th, 1011,  The Orttil molUh  lltnuitv.  Tonea nnd invlgornton the w ho'a  o������i maiti  pMn,*m  iRsMkUcrvoui nyutom,  SWliioad to effVtA  imitu, Afnntnl nml Jlrnii  V. Stvrunl fVMlmtsa. Kt  ... mnfieit iinv  .^. mnn. Onrts Nerv-  firnin fvorrv, ttf   -    - !..r...rimi$n1em.,'iilk.,'  nyttfwrhran, unit, iiffuta ufAlim or UewMi-i,  ._ ^ O110 willplooKO.r.x  or mallwi in  m'tKtnfkui.  will ouro. Bold by all t\x\\m\*vi 0  (tliun pVir. on rixiclnt of pvfcu, Nn.  mint of pi       . . ...  tmUailfrtf. JhaYtoiti Motlloino Oo.  \joruurlu IrwcUorl  %  X**raj*Jm%*mm\m. THE" NEWS',   CUMBERLAND,. BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  *xc������ vaa������%t%*ima ra.t������������M -  IPI'LIOATION FOR STORING WATER  (8 J Tho place ot tho proposed reoarvoir  or storii-g Oomor Luke, B.C.   ,  (t.) The means by vtiioh it is propoaed  o store tho water ��������� by a dam at  outlet  of  tke.  (a,) The area of the reservoir aite or  iUt at each foot in deoth above the outlet  000 acres.  (v.) How in it proposed to acquire tho  ind noceaaary for the purposo By purohaao  fnecessary.  (w.) Approximately the numbor of aore  eot intended,to be impounded 80,000.  (x.) Wnutber it is proposed to lower tho  hW in auy natural lake or uUndiuu body  t wuter, uud, if ao, thon���������  1. The antijipniwd extent of tho' lower-  ag Not lowored.  i. Tho nwaua proposed to bo adapted to  ow������r aud Willi y  3. Theu*ture uud oharaoter, in detail,  if thu works propoaed to bo oouatruoted to  roviilo for the discharge and panning bnck  f the water liy oonorete dam with regu-  ^tiug gnteu controlling tbo discharge.  [S^ukturu]  'Ivblunoton OoLWBitv Company, LtD.,  ;,,   W. L. Coulbon, General Managnr.  1 (P.O. uduress) Viotorin, B.O.  'I'anuiiylOlh, 1911..  WATER NOTIOB.  i NOTIOB Is hereby given that ao  [application will be made under Part  fV. of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain u luo.iae in tho U.viatou uf U mux  District.    '  (a.) The name of Company in fnll:  WelluiBtuu Colliery Ocmy-iuy. Limi-od.  Thu bond ofltou Viotoria, B.C.  Tho capital, h.w divided, ^ahowini?  amount ?������id up 82.0(0,0000 divided into  1.0,000 uhares of fl DO 00 euoh fully paid up  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No  ������  (b.) The name of lake, atroam or  source (if unnamed, the- description  il*) Puntlei go Hiver.  (c) Tbe point of diversion: At a  point abovo tbe falls on the Puncled6i'  River, Comox DUtriot.  (d.) The quantity of wator applied  tor (ln cubic feot per second):  070.  (e.) The character of the proposed  Work : Generating piant, power works, and  electric works, and plaut ������ud othor roach-  tuery and convunionccn neoeasary for producing power.  ���������(fr)-Thepromise3-on--which-the-wa-  ter is to be used (describe same}: On  or tu thn virinitv "f t>ie Wullingt-ii Colli  try Company'si Ltd. property and hold-  iogn in Comox D htiict.  t (g.) The purposes on which the water is to he lined: Generating electricity,  and 'or light, .heat, power, operation of  motor*, engine'i, and machinery of al. kinds  and generally for ihoexercine of allpowern  an I priyilogeBof apo-\or company uudoi  Part IX. of above Aot.  (I.) If the water is to be used for  power or mining purposes describe  tbe place whero the water is to bo  roturned to somo natural channel,  and the difleronco in nltitudo between  point of diversion and point of return At it oonveiiient plaoo Ulow tne  Stooghton Ftlld in tho vicinity outlet  Brown River, Seo'tione 10 aud J4 Tp., 9,  Comox District. .The po!nt of returu m  about 200 foot lower nltitudo than tbe point  of divortjIOU,  (J.) Ar������a ot Crown land Intended to  bo occupied by tho proposod works:  Nouo,  (k.) This notice waa posted on the  tixieouth day of January, 1011, nud nppl -  jatiou will bo mado to tin o������minimioi er  >u tho 23rd day of February, 10U  (1.) Give tho names and addresses  of any riparian proprietors or Uc-  ������i*e������ who or whooo lands aro likely  to he affeotod by tho proposed works,  ilthor nbovo or bolow the outlet',  ''W Hi-nytou t.olllory Company. Ltd.  Attach    copy of ntiob parts ot tho  Company's memorandum of aiaocia-  tlon an authorize ' ho proposed appll-  mtlon and vrorka  Hlgliaturo) ���������*''  WkiiUhuton Co:, uh v.y     -   ���������  W, D. Ooui.sok, Goncnl Maiia������or.  P.O. iiddreie) Victoria, ������.i\  Extract from the mrmojunihim dv Atwooi.  ATIOH OP Till! WMLMNdTON C/OMiIUHV  .,     OoJtnsy, UMiTun.  i (iti To iioqulne by purohaae, prnnt, leano  \v iu 'my'other miiunor watur or  T-iylitrt In wntor ,,,,,,,,.,.  '. Id] Tn otrry on the builnuas of   iiluotJio llyhl*, hunt and powor uupply   ',; [.] T������ inanufttoturo aud usu ch it motive  jnwor oluoti iuity and to iiitutifiiotiir������  ���������:jr iidiuli'o phnt, maohlnery, ap|)iiriitu������,  \w\ uiatoriivfn of ovory kind fur thn pro<  JuiiUoi* uii-1 d'-oirib'.iUou o' electricity. ..  'V< uinnrriitM, hiia or ������liapo*o of aupply or dis-  irimite ilt'otrioity  for litflitiii������ or  aiotsvo powar und to ootistruet*, Iny  dowo, ������*ttbli*h, and carry out cable*,  ivlroa, Hues, nooumiilntoisk lamp������ nntl  workH,  Holiday  For Sale by all  Hotels  in Kegs or Bottles  The UNION BREWING Co.,      Nanaimo, B.  COPYRIfi,  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -      FOR   SALE   BY    --.    -   ���������  Walworth-Rolston Co.  Ltd  l020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B. C.  ������������������  of  i  fl  0  rl  4  to  H* fi  S o jo  is |  * ������  -a -  *������ ���������  iA  *m  r  t ..a  **   mi   03  if .a  X   - a  ������    C    0)  >,   m  ������ s  "3 *=  fe5ffl    .  si*  K  fi  S5  *-| a  J3   T   -J,  ���������S'Si h  b oa -j>  W ������ St  e  o  o  a  <u  ���������m  a  a ,,  If     .  V  m  a, v  D  ������     m  .a >.  ���������%     m  l     m  ���������������.2  5 a  U    V  ���������m    *>  a i  P.-m  w '*  .F       .'  io-r  v   ii  ,m]    O  ���������������   '  s,  OB -  E  u.  a  ���������������  ���������o  u  to  Pt  o  o  1)  m c&mm  Makea Your EXPENSES Light  Pdokeo Your BISCUITS Light  Makoa Your CAKES Light  Makoa Your BUNS Light      J??  Make* Your LADOR Light  ORDER FROM YOUR  CROCER.  NOTICE  ��������� Any person or persons, cutting,  i-oiiioviug or taking any blocks,  timber or wood, of any descriptiodn  Jolonging to tho Wellington Colliery Co'y., or from or off tho land  of the said Coinuany, or anvone  tipping rubbish anywhere except  at the dump provided, or neglecting to ievel it when tipped to the  satisfaction of the Company,   will  bo prosecuted to tho full extontof  tne law. .  1 w. l.'couls6n,-'  Geneml Manager,  Wellington Colliery 0o,y.  NOTICE.  Riding on locomotives and rail  A'ay oars of the Union flolliery  Company, by any persou or persons���������except tain crew���������[������ strictly  prohibited. Employees ".re sub-  iec todisiuissal for allowing sam-  By order .  W, h.  COULSON,  General Manager.,  C. H TARBELL  is indispensable in the  camp, and for all  impromptu meals.  -AddaliltleBOVRlL  to your canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  ������7  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Dimriot oi Rupert  TAKE notice that Gardiner Alexander Brady Spencer of Alameda  (Jul., occuporion plumber,' iniendR  to apply for permispion to purchase  the following described lundK���������  Commencing at a post planted  about <i0 chains west of the HQUth  east corner of Section 24, Township  21, Ihence west SO chaise thence  south 80 chains, thence east 80  chains, thence north In south ?oore  of Wolf Lake, thence westerly along  south. phore to wesr end of lake,  thence.eket'along north shore uboul  40 chains; thence north to place of  commencement, containing 400  acres-ni'bro or lens.  Scribed on post,.G.A.B.S.'B N.E.  corner.,-   .  Gakdnku Alkxandeb Brady  Spencer.     "/  Dan Clark. Agent  Dated December 14th, 1910.  RU PERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert,  TAKK notice that Eudora Mae Lveaon  ot Vancouver, B. V,   ocoui-otion ^Widow,  i 'toudrt in upi>[y for pur > id>i<ui to pur-  eha*e thcfolloirii'if d^ecrib^d Inuds: 0<>m  menoiog ut at a p it planted  About om  mila north anil 40 chaius ������a^t of thft S. E.  ooruor of Section 4, Towufchip 8,  thoncc  nortli 80 chains, tlience fuse 80 ohaim,  thence nouth SO u miiu.   theuoe west 80  ohains io plauu uf coumenoeuieat, oouUiu  ink' 040 acres, mure ������r Wee.  Soribed on po<t EML'������ S.W. corner.  EndoraMak Leesox,  lliu CUtk, A gout.  Dated Docember llth, 19(0.  UUPKLtT LAND DISTRICT  DiEtriot of Rupert  TAKK  NOTICE   that  Adelaide  Estor  Clark    Br.wn,   of   l.rookfiold,  N. Y���������  murriod womnu. inteudi to apply f������ir p������r-  rainiion to purebss* the fnllownig dearth-  ed laudh:~Commoncing at a p������������t planted  at south went coruer o! 8 tot ion 19, Township 9, Lhoure north   80 oh(iil\f<,,   theuoo  east 80 ohainv,   theuce   nouth  80 ohaini,  tht not west 80 chain* to place of commen-  oient containing 040 noroi more or leas.  Soribed on post A.K.U.li'aS.W. cor  Adelaide Kstkh Olaiik Ukowk.  Uau tiiark, llgeur,  Dated Dtoember 19th, llliO.  RUPERT LaND DISTRICT  .District of Rupert  TAKE notice that John Henry  Kerrinah Richardson, of Vuncou  vor, B. C, occupation S'eauiboal  Steward, intends lo apply for permission io purchase the following  deHcrihed lands:-���������Commencing at  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert'  TAKE notice that Richmond  Charles Biss of Vancouver, B. C,  Broker intends to apply for per  mission to purchase the following  described landu:��������� Commencing at  a post planted at i post between  Section 18k, Township 9, and Section 13, Township 20, thence west 40  chains, thence south 40 chains,  thence west 40 chain*, thence south  80 chains; thence east 40 chains,  thence north 40 chains, thence east  40 chains, thence north 80 chains to  piaceof commencement, continuing  640 seres more or less:  Scribed on post RCB'a N E cor.  Richmond Ciiakles Biss.  Dan Clark, agent.  Dated December 19th, 1910,  RUPERT LAND   DISTRICT  District of Ruqert  TAKE notice that Delia Brooks,  of   Vancouver,   B.    ,C,   Married  a post   planted   about- 40   chainel woman, intends to apply  for ytur-  HIGH GRADE STOVES  And lull KITCHEN:..UTENSILS  Sportsmens Goods  and  Genera! Hardware  :north of the southwest corner of  'Si'ction 3, Township 21, ihence. west  '80 chains, thence south 80 chains,  ithenceoasiSO chain'^thenceirorfh  80 chains to place of commt-nce  ment containing 640 acres more or  iless.-' * ���������  ;,J'.;H, K, R'sN E corner.  John. Henhy. Keiuunsii Richaud-  SON.  Dan Clark, A cent.  Dated December 16th, 1910.  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for guests.  The Oontial Hotol for Sportsmon  None but the Best of-Wines and Liquors  at the Uar.  RATES  REASONABLE  *   FAIRFIELD  = STORE =|  J. JACK,   Pitop.  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Gaudies,  Fruits and Tobacco  Vancouver Ice Cream,  '������ Dnnsmuir Ave.  Cumberland ������  RUPBUT LAND DISTRICT.  Omtrict ot Rupert  'TAKE. NO HUE thut-Jumea Bradshaw,  ot Emmirla, Floriilu, oai-ponrcr, iuu-nds  to apply-"for pormisaitin to puroliane tlio  following deBcribud lauds:���������Communomff  Ht u pont pliin'-t'c'l 2 miles went of tlio S.E,  comer oi Section '24, towauhip 20, thonco  north'10 cliviufl, tlunce west 80 obuius,  thenou couth 40 objins, thenoe e\nt 80  ohsiiiH to place of ooumifcuutimciit, oon  taiiiinf,' U2U acres umre or lotw.  Scribod on pout J B'b 8.K, oorojr,  '     JAMKS BlUDBnAW,  IJun Clnrk, unent.  Dnted Deoombur 19th, 1910.    ���������  mission to purclwe the following  described lands:-���������Commencing at  post planted at the   northwest cor.  nerof���������Section- ���������30,���������Township- -9r  thence east 80 chains, thence south  80 chains,'thcr-ce west fcO chains,  thenc* north SO chains to place of  commencement    containing    640  ncres more or,less.  Scribedon Post D. W* N. W  cor.  DkijjA Brooks,  Dan Clark, Agont.  Dated December 17th, 1910.  UPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of fin pert  TAKE noiir.c that Beilram Jfunep  Taisker (if Vancouver, R   O.   occu*  pation Kxpre"* Manager intends to  to apply fir penn'ssion lo purchase  ihe   fuli     ii.g  de^criiicd   Inndf.;���������  Comrc  .cing> at   a ' pist   planted'  abo     U0 chains wes of the p mh  ea    comer  of Se.tion  '*-4, Tuwn-  ship21,   the������-ce   went   80  chainn,  thonco eouth 80 chains, inence en?t  80 cbiiins, thence north  80 chains  lo place  of  C'ltmnencement.   oon-  toining 640 acres ,moi������- or Iosd.  Scribed on post Njli J 'P* N.3.  Betktram Jamks IVkkh,  - Dan Chirk, aj������ont  Dated December 14lh, 1910.  ^^ *,'**'TTIlTll������tmntI>,   'RUPJSRT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Maruueriw  Leitch of Vancouver, B.C., oceu-  pa'tion Saleslady, iniends to apply  for pormiesion to purchate tbo following described lands: ���������-  Cnramoncing at a por1 planted  at tho northeast corni-r of Section  34, Townahip 20, thence west 80  chain*, thence south 80 chainp,  thence east. 80 chain*, ihence north  80 ohains to place of commencement, containing 640 acres, more  or less.  Scribed on poBt, M.L.'s N. E, cor.  Marguerite leitch*  Dan. Clark, Agont.  Dated December 16th, 1910.  m * mm ������������������������,������ ������ ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ������ w ������ ��������� ������. ��������� i������ i ������ o M  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Edna Fi������her  Spencer of Alameda, CiiL, married,  woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following  described land's:���������  Commencing at n. po?t planted  at the south wept corner nf. Section  2 Town������hip 21, tliehre ofiRt 80  chains, tlience nnrth 80" cluiin:**,  thence west 80 chains, thence pouih  80 chains lo )>lsce of commenci:-  ment, containing <5-40 acres more or  less.  Scr'-b^d 0n p0Pt B.F.P.'n S W.cor.  Edna Fisher Si^ncer  Dnn Clark. Agent.  Dated December 16th, 1910.  it  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE NOTICE  tbat  Edwurd Dyke,  of liinulmmttin. NY. cot>ohman,inio:idH to  apply tor periniseion to purohaue tho following dosoril'cd liiudu:���������Cuuitueiiuinu^ Ht  h p.Bt.pllUiwd 1 lnilen    w������st.   of    the  south oast ooruor of Svotiun 124, Towuship  20, ���������honoo wmt 80 ohainH,  ih.noo   nouth  B0 chains,  thauuo etst SO  ohaine, theuce  north SU oil'ins tuplHo ofo')inniBu__irieut,  containing 040 noros, moru or loea.  Sorlbvd on p 'bt ED'<< N.E, ooruor.  LUWAKI) Dvkk.  Dim Clark, Agont.  Dated Decomlior I Oth, 1910.  John Johnston,    Prop  NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.  Having built a largo warohoiioo and mill  at Courtenay, I will lu future hoop on  litml a stock nf nil liliidr of liny, Ontlu,  nnil Feed nt loweat mailed ratoo, A  sproiulty will bo miulo of roller oruBhoil  food f'irhiiM'jB which will make a Mivltur  of one third In the coot of fi'od. Ordom  dlvon tho teiimsler or hy phono will bo  prompHy tlllucl. Thaoldtirf you for your  puti'i nii������<i hi tlio post and solioMnK a oon  tiniiHnooof tho fluum on brouilar Iiiior, I  bog to icmidn  Yours tooommand,  DYRON CRAWFORD.  ���������������������������������������������������������������^^^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������^^o  p.  Applications Wanted.  CITY OF CUMBERLAND.  IA 1'1������LICAT10NS  marked "Applicn  I**-      lion for City Police " v/ill hn  n  eived by the undRrsinncd up to Mon-  ty, May Z2t\x\, at 6 p.m., for thepoiiimn  f Ciiy 1'olicc for mjjht duty. Dmici io  r,irtimence Mny 3i������t.  S uirv $8o per month and one suit of  loihus pi*r year.  Applicant iuu������t be of jjood moral cliar-  icier anil of sir*cily iempei.itc liuhils.  A. McKINNON.-jCiTV Cl.l.uK.  ;,ty HttM, M.iy Jmt, njit.  UNION S. S. CO., of ll.C. Ud  N.l.V.lD'O-U.NJV.V   71.1V- Owi>.v - C.l.Ml'W-U  KlVKR ROUTK,  SiiIHmr nn iunb>'���������  Twln-norow Htoamer ���������'COWIOIIAN"  Lnnvi'H Vwicowvor Thurmlay fl |������im.  Antve Union (lor Cuuilmrluiuy krniiiy  morning  AirlvuHOnmnx Friday morning  Arrivo Oampholl Hlvor I'VUny nnon  lUlurniiiK1,  hv   Comox Fridayipni  ������������������ Union Boy      ������   ���������   "  ���������' Nnn������lmo midnight  Loavefl Vimcoiivor, Sntnrdav Bpw  Arrivoa N������nHim(i, Bnturdiiy 12 pm  ArrivcH Union, SmitUy tl a ut  [for UumliiTlitiuil  Arrives Uoinoi,   Mnidny 8 n in  UoiumiiiK:���������  Leavf u Comox. Sunday 4pm  l^ivvoa Vn-n., riimday 5 p m  itoxvna N'Milimo, Siimlny  lf*rht  [SulljflOl IO <ih<.ll������t WHUtMi. I-O.li*. 1  Dealer in  Mh KINDS OF  Fruit, Candy Cigars  Cigarettes & Tobacco. |;  BonoraJHock,  CUMDHRTvAND, B.O.  11  i*  i  RUPKRT LAlSfD DISTKIOI  (DUtriot of Rupert.���������*'.  TAKK NOTICE thut CbtrleB Jadaon  Minor, ul' Uv'ucdoo,   N.Y,,   rotiroilfarm-  vr, intonda to  npply for permiBuion  to  Biiroh.vq thn foliowilJK dureribod land-:  jinn oijobiir nt a poBt planted 2 uiles  wont ol tbo SK corner of fieotitiu 24, Town  t-ihipliU, thuuuo mrtii 80 clininu, tUonoe  e������Ht80 ehniiiH, tbonou Houvb 80 ohaino,  thonco wi b 80 otniino, tn phou of oomra-  o ocini'iit, oailaininff 040 aoro-, more or  lOJH. I'HAlll-KH J-OSSON MlNKK  Sci'ihiul on post OJ Ai'* SW onrnor  ���������>        Dan Clam, Agont.-  Dnted D or-uibor lOih, 1010.  RUI'BRTLANDDiaTRIOt  ���������  Ditttrlot ot Rupt-rt.  TAKE MTOTIUK that G������orgo Clrtufl Lu.  roiKjuo Millt'r, of'Viinoimvtr. U.O., utuoh-  iiiiicnl ouwimor, iuto dn lo limply for pcrmir  eiou io piiiommn the f<'llowi"g dconbod  Innilni���������(Jniiiiinnioi ii< at ii p< 'tplautoil one  miln arm ol the i ortb <ch( ooruor ol t*hot������  iou 18, Towi'Hhlp 0, tlioiii'o tn.t, 80 ohnins,  iho'oororli-lOolr lux, thoi uo wv.ot 80  olinlim, tlionoo hi iiiih 40 uluiriB to plaoo  of coiiiiiioncomiut, cnotainiug 3'JO uoroj,  moo ������r Iohh.  tforitwj on iioot nCLM'i SW onrlw-r,  UXOHOH CilllTUH LABOCgUB'MatRK,  Dun Uhrk, Agont.  PiitcdDivomht'raoth, 1010   RUPERT LAND DISTHICT.  RUPKRT LAND DI8TU1CT  Dintrlot of Rupert.  TAKE NOTIOK tbafcTbomai Prod������riok  Tinker, of Vnnoouv*r, H.C., telograph  oporttw, intoudn to apply for peirai*-  yiou to nurulMBO tho following doooribod  Inudo:���������C'lUiiiionuing ut a poat planted at  tho uonh woit ooruor of 8 otlon 18, Towd  ���������hip 0, thonuo' nouth 80 oliainn, thii nee  Glint 80 uh iiiii>, thonoo north 80 ohainu,  tlionoo \vo������t 80 ohiiinH t������ plaeo ft oon.-  iiionconient, ooutaining 040 nurofl, mord  01' ll'DB.  Sorlbodonp'xtTFr'aN.W  crnor.  Thomah ruBViKinea Tahkbii,  Dm Clink, Agent,  PUcfl DecomUr 10th. 1010  Cook's Cotton Root Compound:  Mw ffi������(\b Utorlna Tonle, aii<  mff mtn etfoatuol Monthli  lltoffulnloron whleit womon oa>  oopniiil, fie'  t)t airnnotlv  liuiffuinl   dopmiil.  Roll!  pfaironBth-   10 doffroi't atronjror, f Ji  _.. ..trhieuwoDii  oliltn turn di  ������~No, i. %T|  fOTa'wolil'o0"**'*/  Bold py all drufftfint  lp.i  _ per bo������.  ,, .._������������������.llt������,OT uw*6  ropnld on. looolpt ot pile*  ,. . .iooivinintilct. Addmai "  JOHN MgLEODS  FOR F1RBT>'JLAB������  0ANDY, FRUITM,  C5IGAUR & TOBAOCOH  NOTIOK la hnixdiv rIvaii that on thn llret  di*)' ol Doounilirr mxt itppiioation will hu  iiuulu to the Htipsriniotuiiint of Provincial  Polioo. Vimorift, for thu r������mewnl of tha hn.  t������l Itoa'at to i^ll liquorn Hy ratail in tha  hotel Icootn n* th* Fori* AogntU hutaf, ait  uatvcl ut;C������'tn>t, H.'-'. J. U Uiiv.i'J,  D������UJ Ootolwr 11, 101ft  'TAHiki ni Hu\>crL  TAKE notice that Harry Patten  Archibald of Vancouver, U C , on*  it'iiifter, Intonrtw to a^ily for |t������rtnlH  hion lo |iuti-iiH������B lliu ioiiuwiitt; tu;  fcribtil landflt���������Cimimericinp; at   a  pont plMitod 4 cliniiiB north of 1C M  Leoflon'u BinUliwoBt cornor,  thotici*  norlb 40 ohaini", thoivo wo4  40  cliti'nt*,   t'bonco   eouth   40 dntim.  thonco ua?t 40 ohainu to   pluco  of  conimeiuumciu.    containing   100  ncrtu, mor or le������������  Soribed on put II.P.A.V8.K cor  Harry I'AtrF.K ARcimut.n,  Dun Clark, agent  Dated Dua  llth, IU10.  T3  o  O  It.  fmrnt  *6  %  0  I  ������  Ol  <  I  r  r.  ���������j  i  n3  e  C  . m*  ��������� *m  mZ  0  U  w  on  <  RUPERT LAND' DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  i,  TAKE noiict' that Haidee Apbby-  of Vanoonver, B,C , married woman  intends to apply ior permiaaion  to-  purchase the   -following described'  landu: ���������  Commencing ot a pom planted  at the south east corner of Section  3, Township 21, thence noeth 80  ohains, thence west 80 olinirn-������,  tbonoee eouth 80 chains, thence-  eaat 80 chains to plaoo of commencement, conluining 640 acreB  moro or lcs������  Scribed on post, H A.'h S.E, cor.  HAinrv Aphtiv,v  Dan Clark, Ap;ont,  Dated December 16th, 1910.  i ���������    "   ���������'"���������.. ���������������������������. rf -������������������  RUPBUT LAND DISTEIC T  Diitrict of Ruport,  TAKE NOTIOK that Lillian Shnrynrd,  of Vaneouwr, B, O.i marriad won.sn, jn-  tonda to anply for pormisaio* to pc rhnsi>  ibo following d'soribod lania:���������Coramen  oiug at a pod planted at tbo nnuth  mx.t  oiru'Tof S'Otion 21, Townahip 21, Ui������i*ca  north 80 ohaiiiK,  thoooa vrcst 80 ahslna,'  thenoo south 80ohnina,   tbenoe  oaot  c-ft  oh������lnn t > plioo of comintnouo^munt, cm>.  tniniii! iMO aoroa, innro or Ww,  Bo-ibed oa p< st LS'h S.B. ooruor*  LlM.UN RlIKlTAKD.  Dun Clark, Agont.  Dntnd Dooomber 13*b, lOiO.  KUPKRTLANDD18TRIO.T  Diatriot of ttupcrt.  TAKR NOTIOK that William Wndrcnn  fihoppard, ot   Vanoouvor,    B, O.,   oal>-  inut maker, iotoijila to apply for penniri-  aiou t'i purchaao the foltowiuR danorihod  landm-Oommaticldfr ������'��������� a pnai planted ono  milo weak of tlio aoutlieaet corner of Sec-  lion 21, Towmhlp 21.   thftnoa north  80  uhiiiiiH, tlunco vronfc no chains,  tboi-co  iiou'hRO clmiufl, thonoo mint 80 ohtina to  plui'D of oomimii.ooinent, oonUiuing 640  uor������������, more or !o h.  fioilbcd on print WW STh SB. ooruor.  WlLtJAM W.tDMAW Siim'.uin,  Dun Uim i, /t((������nti  Unttd Pooemher lHtb. 1010.  RUPKBT LAND DlStlUOT       "  Diatriot of Hupert.  TAKE NOTIOB Unit William Kmc],  rlokTwkor. of Vanoouvor II.C. m������rni'iK"ir  orn mjent, ititm.du to apply 'i-" mtwi i .h  to parohaattfhnfuUdwi ft ihiri'iibufl ]mv.\n:  iomtnanoing nt a po>t pin, \*������ nlif.iu 1  nitle #iut nf tha nonhwmt nnrnvr ni m"--  tinn la, Towns* ipO, tlunco raattyoriinunii  i, o io- iHjuiii i>0 tliat, , !oi,t;. ,.,���������, -.,  I'hnlnc. he' C" uor li 80 ������h..i. ,\ t,, |i|,,-,,;  eiimmitiifl������,nicut, oontaiiiiivif GiO .ti'-r.  morn nr loan,  Bcrhfl'l nn po������t WlvT'a \\,\\', oiruor,  William Kkshuick Ta������k������:u,  ��������� >an iiiftrii. AbC'-'.  Unt ���������'!> cr-nlwr 10 h, 1010.  QJ  > Cm C  r . ~~t *    ~+  bn  x  4mJ  ****,  \mA  0)  I  o  nun ut land marine?  Diatriot if Kti|.ort.  TAKK NOTICK tbnt l������:������Mh Monlt-  l'OU'������,     of    Vancouver,   Jt,  G ,     rtloa  ol rk, in.win'' 11 apidy fur p������rmlatloii U*  liltiohrHi !|sn fallow i if dt-HO1 ilnxl t*nrl������l--  i'i iriih'iiein.' .it ��������������� pnil pl<utrt'iu; Uui'r'b  ���������*('������ ih i i if Ni������t u Uh, 'law gl.jp JO,  tho ciuixA* H\\> tt-alna tbo c������ d'tit 80  t-t, 'nn, Hi i.i;     iinitii !^l oliairi������,   tliinoo  Wttfit   liO.b I  <t, ������0   |-l������i>-   of    CAUllllMtM*  m������i t, out tubii'iBfi-loanrca tnoeri" lofs,  Ktrib tt on p-at IM'* N *V. ton-cr.  1'tnttu.* Nnwfiiom.r,  Dan < lnrk, /Wt,i*t.  D tciU).u������irib r Will.  llllO  tH-MrM-*4-VVl4^HrUHrW4^ 0    ,.  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND.   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  AFTER  SUFFERING  YEARS  Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's VegetableCompound  Fox Creek, N.H.���������"I have always  bad pains in the loins uud a weakness there, and  often after my  meals nt y food  would distress me  and cause soreness. Lydia M.  Pinkham's Vegota-  ble Compound has  done mo miteh  good. I am stronger, digestion is bettor, and I can walk  with ambition. I  have encouraged  many mothers of  families to take it, as it is the best remedy in the world. You can publish this  in the papers."������������������ Mrs. Wilmaii.  Bochque, Fox Creek, N.B., Canada.  The above is,, only, one "of the thousands of grateful letters which are  constantly being received, by the  Pinkham Medicine Company of Lynn.  Mass., which prove beyond a'doubt that  Lydia E. Pinkham's Yegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs,  actually does cure these obstinate diseases of women after all other means  have failed, and that every such suffering woman owes it to herself to at  least give Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a trial before submitting to an operation, or giving up  hope of recovery.  Mrs. Pinkham0, of Lynn, Mass.,  invites all sick women to write  her for advice. She has guided  thousands to health and her  advice is free.  SNAPPING A LYNX.  If the coal firo is low throw on a  tablespoonful of sugar and it will be  more qasily brightened and rekindled.  To whom it mav concern: This is  to certify that 1 have used MINARD'S  LINIMENT myself as well as pre-  "scribed .lFTn my practice'wlierTraliniment was required arid have never  failed tb get the desired effect.  -,:���������     C. 'A,  KING,  M.D.;  If, the world isn't better for; your  having lived in it, it ought to help  some when you get out of it.  Sweet and palatable, Mother Graves'  Worm Exterminator is acceptable, to children nnd it does its work auroly and  promptly.  The Duko of Brambilla is performing daily operations in the'.Italian  hospital, New York, having come to  United States to study American  surgery.   , *. *  For Skim  Health  ,|A lifetime of disfigure-  (merit and suffering often  (results from improper  ^treatment of the skin or  neglect of simple skin affections. Cuticura Soap,  assisted by Cuticura  Ointment, affords tho  purest, sweetest and most  economical method of  caring for tho complexion,  preventing minor eruptions from becoming  'Chronic, and speedily dispelling sevcro eczemas and  Other torturing humors,  itchings and irritations,  ifropa infancy to age.  Outlaw* Sain ������nd Olntmimt ������ro wld by  druvgliu ovary wlwro. 1'oiUir Driiif ,V chmn.  C4rp��������� Sola Prop*., rionon. Uus, MaIInI lite,  Cutlouw Uuult on tlii ouo ol ikln uud KCAlp,  Ernest Thompson-Seton  Tells  of  an  Adventure With a Camera.  The camera is gradually replacing  th������ rifle as a weapon fo: sportsmen.'  It does not bag the dead carcasses of  beaita, but it secures what is more  valuable, a record of their appearance  and habita in the living state. The  vory act of making tho photographic  "shot" also discovers traits in tho  wild' subject that a powder-and-bail  hunter would never suspect. Eruest  Thompson-Seton tells in Scribner's of  a surprising revelation concerning the  lynx. One of those supposedly savage animals had been driven from  cover and cornered by Seton and two  Indians.  Ho  faced  nbout  at bay, .says  tbe  writer, growling savagely, thumping,,  his little bobtail from side to side and  protending ho was going to spring on.  ui.   1 took photograph number two  at  twenty-live  yards.    Ho  certainly  did look fierce, but I thought 1 know  the creature aa well as the men who  wcro*backing up.  I retired, put a uow  film in placo and said:  o"Now, Preble, I'm going to walk up  to, that 'lynx, "and get a close photo.  If he jumps for me, and he .may; there  is nothing can save my, beauty but  you and thiit gun?' V  Preble,, with characteristic .loquacity, said, "Go ahead." <'.'  Then I stopped and. began slowly  approaching the desperate creature we  he������d at bay. His eyes were glaring  green, his ears were back, his small  bobtail kept twitching from side to  .side and his growls grew=harder and  hissier as I nenred him. At fifteen  feet he gathered his legs under him  as for a spring, and 1 pressed tho'  button, getting .number three.  Then did the demon of ambition enter into my heart, and lead me into  peril. The lynx at bay was starving  and desperate. He might spring at  me, but I believed that if he did he  would never reach me alive. knew  my man���������this nerved me���������and I said  to him, "I'm not satisfied; I want  him to fill the finder. Are you ready?"  "Yep."  So I crouched lower and came still  nearer and at twelve feet made number four. For somo strange reason,  now, tlie lynx seemed less angry than  he hud boon.  "He didn't fill the finder. I'll try  again," was my next. Then, on my  knees, I crawled tip, watching the  finder until it was full of lynx. 1  glanced at the beast; he was but eight  feet away.    I focused and ��������� fired.  And now, oh, wonder! that lynx no  longeT seemed annoyed; he had ceas-  ?ed. all  growling  and  simply ��������� looked  bored.  We  stood aside;  he saw his chance  amLdashod _for th_e t&ll_ timber.    As_  he went", I JfC-cTthe"last"film"; gettiiig"  numbcr six, and,so far as I know that  lynx is  alive,  and  well,  and  going  yet.  A Great Geographer.  In an article under this title, in  The Geographical Journal, Mr. J. R.  Tyrrell gives an outline of the work  of an explorer of the old typfe. David  Thompson was born in London, England, in 1770, of Welsh parentage.  When seven years old he was placed  in the Grey Coat.School, a London  charity institution which is still in  existence. He studied here for seven  years.'learnins; tho rudiments of navigation, which'later in life became use-  mi to him. ln 1783 the Hudson Bay ���������  Co. applied1 "to know if this charity  could furnish them with four boys  against the month of May next lor  their settlements in America."  Thompson was the only loy available,  nnd was apprenticed to the company  for aeveh years, and was Bent to Fort  (Jnurchill,  , Thompson spent fourteen years with  tho "ancient and honorable" company, and during theso two terms of  sorvico he surveyed most of the river������  tributary to Hudson Bay from the  Rout.li .nnd'west, going ns,.far as. the  oast end of Lnko Athabaska.  .In 1707-8 ho made a long journey  through all the principal water  courses of tho northwest.  Lis last years wero spent cither in  Glengarry County, Ontario, or in L'on-  guoil, opposite Montreal, whero ho  died on Fob. 10, 1857, nt the ripe old  ago of eighty-seven years. His wife,  a child of tho western country, whom  hn married at Islo a la Crosse, otr  tho Churchill River, survived bim by  less thnn three months, dying on May  7 of tbo samo yean  Canada's Bount'-.y.  Wbll" tho boundary between tbo  United Slates nnd Canada follows for  many hundred* of miles tho Kivor St,  Lnwronco and tho Great Lakes, thoro  is n vast, disunion of pralrio land beyond with no natural demarcation,  Tliifl is marked with pillars of iron  nnd wood placed ono milo apart.  Tboito nro supplied nltomataly hy tho  Canadian and tho United States-Gov-  i-riiiiiotiu, and run 'Irom Lake ol tho  Woods to tho Hod Itiver .Valley,, Bo-  yond mounds of earth and cairns of  .itiiiio are tiaod as marks. Thu pillars  nro hollow castings, eight inches  sqnaro nt tho bitso, four at tho top.  Inside nro wolbsoaawied codnr posts,  Ench pillar Is inscribed in raised lot-  tors on tho north, "Couvohtion of  lxmdon"i on tho south, "Oct. 20,  1B18." Tho stono cairns aro seven foot  lllgil, tilgilt itimi ul 'hi-- V������������oo >t"d o'iajAil  1 !!;'..��������� n pyramid. F.nrt.h is mod whoro  stono is'not available.  BUY COCKSHUTT DRILLS  ENGINE GANG, NEW JEWEL AND OTHERS-SEE DEALER.  Coronation  Gift  to   King  George  V.  Tho loyal' subjects of His Majesty  in every part of the British Empire,  bearing tho Christian namo of George,  are invited to unite in making a gift  to His Majesty on the occasion of his  coronation, the most auspicious event  of his life.  The contribution may bo as small  ns a penny, but in no caso may it exceed five dollars.  A list of the names of all donors,  but not tho amount given by each,  will bo sent lo the King, who will decide what form tlie present is to take.  From tho interest already aroused it  is anticipated that there will bo a liberal response, and that a sufficient  sum will be raised to pay for a. handsome personal ornament and still  leave a largo sum to be devoted to  charity.  His Excellency, Earl Grey, is taking the interest in this fitting tribute,  and at his request, His Honor, Sir  Daniel H. McMillan, is initiating the  movement in' Manitoba, and consents  to allow all sums contributed in this  province to bo sent.,to him ot Government House.  The mayors and reeves of cities,  towns and villages, the public school  teachers, and the members of -Canadian Clubs and other patriotic societies are cordially invited to co-operate  in* bringing this most loyal project  to,a successful conclusion.  The last day for receiving contributions is April 23rd, and if thiB province is to make a creditable showing  no time is to be lost.  There is no set method of work.  Each city, town, school or patriotic  society may work as it thinks best.  All letters containing contributions  are to be addressed to  SIR DANIEL H. McMILLAN,  Government House,  Winnipeg.  Envelopes also to be marked C. G.,  K. G.  Any further information may be  hnd on writing to R. H. Smith, Hon.  Secretary-C. G. K. G., Winnipeg.  Winnipeg, March 15, 1911.  A Close Shave  "Ono of these men, a Calabrian  named Morta, went to his partner's  shop and tried to shoot him while he  was engaged in shaving a customer.  The bullet shaved tho face of a boy  who was waiting.���������Egyptian Gazette.  And very likely the lad had only  dropped in for a hair cut.���������Punch.  Shiloh's Gure  ���������ulokly itepa oouiha, curra Mlds, haulm  \ha  throat and  lungs. ���������   ���������   ���������   VIS o*au.  Every time your nngcr comes up  your horse-power goes down.  People seem to want to invest in  everything but -happiness.  Minard's Liniment relieves Neuralgia  Many a man who is willing to be a  scoundrel would object to being called  one.  The world  won't    let ��������� us  practice  Christian Science on our debts.  Braid of check material is best  mended by using several shades of  silk or in one needle.  Feeding is fatal to genius and besides geniuses don't deserve it.  Nature's Cure  for a Cough  Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine is the Most Largely Imitated  Medicine in the Country.  What to give the children for croup  and colds is the problem mothers now  have to solve. Most of them finally  decide on Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine, and make it a  rule to always have some in the  house, ,  In this medicine are linseed, turpentine and oihor well known ingredients of urimistakeablo value in the  euro of colds. It is pleasant to take,  so much so that children delight to  use it.  So generally is this great medicine  used that several imitations _ havo  been put on the market. All alike in  nnme only. They aro not made from  tho snmo formula, nor do they bear  tho namo of Dr: Chase,  You know 'what you can expect  from the use of Dr. Chaso's Syrup of  Linseed and Turpontine, but you cannot put much faith in an imitation  which, soils on the reputation of the  article it imitntos.  On evory bottle of the genuine will  bo found tbo portrait and signature  of A, W. Chase, M.D., tho famouR  Recoipt book author. This is for your  protection and for tho protection of  your children. Bo sure to got tho  genuine," even if it coats a fow cents  moro. 25 cents a bottlo, family sizo  60 cents; all dealers or Edmanson,  Bates k Co,, Toronto.  W.    N.    U.,    NO.   mm..  Canada'* Available Wator Power,  According to official estimates mado  lw the Di'imrUnent of the Interior, tho  available wnUir powuns oi tno Dominion of Canada are capable of develop-  i- ing energy representing moro than  25,000,000 horsepower, which if produced from oonl would represent a  consumption ot moro thnn fttW.lXW.OOO  tons por annum, at the rate of '21.0  tons ul coal to the horsepower.  t  A Profitable Flock.  Hugh Ferguson of Evoraley marketed the othor day 43 chickens weigh-  im* .121 pounds, for which he roceivod  JG0.00.  A Lucky Diner,  W. H. Kve������ ol Collingwood recently  lound ������ pearl worth about 1150 among  ���������omo oyatom.  Rldnlraolc fair weather, frtonrls by  saving your money for n rainy day.  Thorn's a lot of gasoline wnstod in  family arguments,  FROM EVERY CORNER  OF THE DOMINION  COME REPORTS OF~CURE8 MADE  BY DODD'8 KIDNEY PILLS.  Mngdnlon Island*, Quebec, tell of  Mrs. Cormier, a sufferer for six  years, who was mado a now woman  by Dodd's Kldnoy Pills.  Amherst Inland, Havro Aubort,  Mngdnlon Talnndo, Que., ^flpnelnl^,���������  Thnt Buffering women in nil comers  of Canada nro being l-untoicd to health  by Dodd's Kidney Tills is shown in  tho press every day, nnd this Island  is not without its striking example  Mrs. Potcr O. Cormier, a woll known  nnd oitlwiahln resident tolls the following story of hf* euro;  VFor six years I. Buffered with Khnu.  matism, Backache and Nervousness.  I ootid not sl������np nor oat, nnd 1 wns  always tired. My limbs woro heavy  nnd I had a drawing sensation across  thn loins. ,*|  "Untiring of cures by Dodd'rf Kldnoy Pills I decided to try thorn,  Seven boxen made a new woman of  1110."  For a score of yours Dodd's Kidney Pills have boi^n in uso in Can*  nda. Thoy havo boon tried In thousands of cases nnd thoro is not on re-  cord * ftluglo case whero tbey have  failed tn finrn dUwinori Kidney*.  Thousands of Canadian men and ^������*  men will WI y������������ thw own tbelr good  health to Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Sleeplessness���������Sleep Ib tho great restorer and to be deprived of it is vital  Iom. Whatever may bo the cause of it,  indigestion, ��������� nervous derangement or  mental worry, try a courso of Parmelec's  Vegetable Pills. By repulatiiif? tho action of the stomach, where tho trouble  lies, they will restore normal condition^  and healthful sleep will follow. They  exert a sedative force upon the nerves  and whoro there i8 unrest they bring  rest.  To clean silk and woollen clothes of  grease spots, they may be gently rubbed with a cake of magnesia, laid  away for several days, and then  shaken out. It will not hurt to press  the magnesia in with a hot iron,  first covering the fabric with brown  paper.  Minard's    Liniment   Cures   Dandruff  A strange fact about coal is thnt it  is always delivered to both the buyer  nnd tho cellar.  Hew to the line, but. see that the  line is in the right place.  Five thousand Japanese Joined in a  lantern celebration of Washington's  birthday at Honolulu.  ***************  A   BOOK   FOR   MOTHERS      *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  Every mother is naturally  anxious for information that  will enable her to keep the  little ones in good health.. The  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,  have issued a little book which  contains a great deal of information on the care of babies  and young children that every  mother ought to know. The  bo<������lc will be sent free to any  tiiutner who will send her name  and address, with the name of  this newspaper, , to The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brock-  ville/Ont.  ******  + *  ********  she is  all  The. Cynic���������"I   suppose  tho world to you?"-  The Lover���������"Not exactly; but she's  all I want of it���������5,000 acres and an  Elizabethan mansion'."  To keep a parasol looking well have  a bag for it hung inside the closet  door, where the dust will not get at  it. Brushing a silk parasol soon  wears it out.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  Your druggist will refund money if  I'AZO OINTMENT faila to cure any  case of Itching, Blind; Bleeding or  Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.   50c.  Chiropodists say that a shoo that  will not allow tho great toe to lio in  a straight line should not bo worn if  it is desired to avoid bunions.  Tho merits of Btcklo's Antl-ConBumptivo  Syrup as a suro romody for coughs and  colds aro attested by scores who know its  powor in, giving almost instant rolioi  when tho throat is ' sore with coughing  nnd the wholo pulmonary region 'disordered in consequence. A. bottle of this  world.famed Syrup Will save dootor's bills  and a grent deal of Buffering. Price 25  cents, at all dealers.  Bent..whalebbne, the genuine article,  may be straightened by soaking, before used in boiling water for a few  minutes and then ironing it straight.  A savory breakfast. dish u.^/ be  made as follows: One large cup of  calves' liver and bacon minced, half,  of a sweet green pepper cut fine, all  browned well in a pan liberally greased with butter, and then four eggs  stirred in until the eggs are set.  Canada Cement Company, Limited.  Annual Report of the Board of Directors.  TO THE SHAREHOLDERS: '}  ~~ Yd\TrT)ifectoTs���������bie^  of the Canada Cement Company,. Limited, as of the 31st December, 1910.  In presenting the Balance Sheet, we call attention. to the Company's strong financial position  as disclosed by the large amount of cash on hand, and other quick assets, and the comparatively  small amount of current liabilities. After providing for interest on our Bonds and Dividends on our  Preferred Stock for the year, we have'been able .to set up reserves' for depreciation, extraordinary repairs and renewals, bad debts, etc., and carry forward a substantial balance to Surplus Account. >. ;  The consumption of cement during the past year wns not as large as anticipated. Our business  also suffered on account of- the Railways not being able to meet our full requirements for cars during  the heavy  shipping  season;  consequently, we  carry over from last year 781,116 barrels of cement.  Early in 1910 the price of our product was fixed at a lower price than cement had ever been  sold for in Canada, excepting for a short period in 1909, but your Directors are pleased to state  that tho anticipated savings in manufacturing and distributing our products were such that they wore  able to still further reduce this price.  We trust, when you consider the above mentioned conditions, and also the fact that during 1910  our plants wore only operated to 57.G per cent, of their capacity, the profits shown will be uatisfactory  to tlio Shareholders.  During tho current year we loolc for a larger natural demand,, which demand will' bo stimu-  latod by continuing to manufacture n strictly high grade article, and by selling it at tho lowest pos-  sible price. This anticipated increase will enable us to operate our plants to better advantage than in  the pnst, hut wo do not expect that the demand will be sufficient to onablo us to put inlo operation  either of tho two plants which have boon idle since the organization of this Company. However, it ia  confidently expected that the increased demand,'and increased output, will result in further savings  in tho cost of manufacture and distribution, and it is tho policy of your Directors to givri your cub-  tomors tho bomoflt of those reductions,  Tho Shareholders' profits will depend on tho increased volume of tho Company's business, the  policy of the Company being the maintenance of such a'stable position as will insure regular and  uniform payments of interest on its bondH and dividends on its Proforrod Stock, and at the same time  bo in a position to withstand any unforeseen emergency that may arise consequent on business depression or otherwise, which condition naturally necessitates tho accumulation ef, and tbo maintenance  of.,,11 largo cash rosorvo.  It is also tbo policy of tbo Company to equalize tbo price of cement throughout Cnnadii in so  fur as tho physical, conditions mnko such possible, and. in furtherance of this polioy, your Directors  have arranged to purchase a silo nonr Winnipeg, on which thoy will croct, tbis your, a -mill to grind  clinker, whiob clinker will bo shipped from ono of our KaHtorn mills, The buildings, machinery, etc,  will bo planned so*that, Bhould it at any time in tbo future bo advisable, a Burning. Department can "  bo added, and tho clinker produced on tho property.  And further, an agroomont has boon ontoroil into wberoby UiIh Company expects to noquiro, In  tbe nonr future, a property at Kxshaw, which, added to our Calgary plant, nnd tho projected plant at  Winnipeg, will put us in tho position of anticipating any extraordinary growth in tho consumption of  oomonl, in iho Great West, ' ,���������������������������"������������������  Wltb a viow of educating tho public, nnd popularizing the use of cement, in addition to,the ordinary advertising, tbo Company has published ������, small book illustrating somo of tbo many uses to  which cement may bo put, for which book thoro hns boon' a great demand, 2S.000 applications for snmo  having boon received during tbo past six months. -���������-'''"/  For tho purpose of stimulating interest in tho Company on behalf. of tbo Employes, both in  ufilciuiic> und choui>ciuii|s iiiujucliui, u:i well M creating, n {*<->1hvr of miitnnl [*nni\will, yonr��������� Dlrectora  deem it expedient to intiouuco u ayoicm, ulRttdy adci-ted by several large indup-MnVeorpornHnnt*! with  beneficial results, viz., to onablo employes to boconio tbo possessors of Preferred and Oonjmon Stock  at pricwi which will bo attractive to tlieiu, tho employes paying a fixed amount por share per month  out of their earnings, and tho Company carrying tbo stock for thorn, charging a rate of B p,c, inter-  oflt, If tho plan is put iiiuj eiii-ei, ail uividwiun iiiii U; tituiUu tv i,l,c UMpI^ci, up'i.ilyi:,.B tot tho  stock, Said stock will bo bold in trust for tho employo for a term of five years, excepting in exceptional casoB, suc]b rfis doath, whon his hairs will reooivo what benefit a deceased employo has derived  from subscribing to tho stock,  Your Directors fool that tho policy, as heroin outlined, will, as nearly as posslblo, mako tho intercuts of the consumers, the employes, nnd the shareholders Identical, and will inuro to tbe mos.t en-  during and beneficial results for nil rnnwrnod.  All of which is respectfully submitted,  On bohoM of tbo Board of Directors,  WILLIAM C. EDWARDS,  President.  riliiIiTiiliil-1 >^.7- '������������������  ������������������P"W"  aasa  . J   <fu,t  ���������  "\  ������  ,  Q  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  TOM'S ESCAPE  TOM BROWN -was the son of a pioneer. His home, a small log cabin,  stood,   with.two  others precisely  like It, in a-clearing.  The Browns' nearest neighbors llve^  four miles distant down the river, at a  settlement known as "Hopper's Clear-  in'." Travel was neither easy nor sale ln  'those days, and although Tom had  made the trip several times, he hnd'n.1-  ��������� ways gone under the protection of his  father or a neighbor. These events had  been red-letter days of fun and excitement to him, for there was always the  danger of capture by the Indians, who  Infested the region.  One sunny morning in spring two  white-faced men staggered into ��������� the  Brown cabin and silently^ kald Mr..  Brown on hie rough couch. To Tom's  terrified inquiries, they only said that he  had been set upon by ��������� an Indian and  that they had arrived upon,the scene  Just in time to prevent his being  scalped. It was their opinion, they said,  that the tribes were making ready to go  on the warpath, and they told' Tom he  had best barricade the cabin against  sudden attack. ���������   *  After they had gone, Tom made a brief  examination of his father's inert body.  He made up his mind that, although  there was no Immediate dariger, It would  -���������be-^by-far-safer-to-procure-a���������doctor.-  - Tom gat on the side of the pallet to  think. That there was a good doctor  at "Hopper's Clearin'," he knew., Hqw  lo reach' him was the question. The  men in the cabins were needed, every  one, to protect the women and children.  Tom listened anxiously to his father's  heavy breathing, ,and<<a< sudden brave  resolve came Into his heart. '  He reached for his father's ride, but  on second thought put It down again.  He kne.w that his aim was poor and  that It would be safer to go unhampered by a heavy rifle, trusting to the  swiftness of his legs Instead of'to  ���������weapons.  The lad crept to tho door, opened It  and closed it softly behind hlin. A  glance 'it the sun showed him that  tho day 'is well c������i its course. With  the peculiar long, swift,, easy stride  of the backwoods, the boy swung into  tho forest trail.  'Ills nerves were strung at high tension; every squlrrol that darted across  his path struck terror to his soul,'  every swaying of bushes In the' wind  was to his excited mlndtho movomont  ,   of a dusky bod>.  Jt wns dusk, nnd tho boy found the  trail   harder  to" keep  lo.    Ho  forgot  caution   and   cracked   branches   and  thrust aside bushoH without thought  rof danger in his eugcrncHH to roach tho  "'Vlenrln'."  Ho was within a milo of his destination  when  suddenly  two brown  arms  shot out from  tlio underbrush, solKod  lilm nnd dragged him roughly from tho  trail.  Bravely Tom comiuarod his Impulse to Hcronm  or struggle, realizing  '** thnt resistance wns tlio 'surest wny to  antngnnlwi tho warrior.   So, ruthlessly  '   n������ hn woh drugged through tho hoavy  undergrowth, the torture of twigs snapping I" his'fnco nnd thorns Bcrntchlng  ���������   IiIh hands  wrung no eryfronvhls lips.  Finally the wnrrlor dragged Vilm Into  a clrolo of sovngOB, who Hat, grotesque  In tholr worpulnt, iirouiitl a hiigo flro,  , Tom, determined on *ll,w course of action at bnbo, Pulling .-himself togother,  he walked up to tho ohlof.  , "How?" ho said, thon turnedt and sat  croBB-loggod by  tho open nro,  gnMng  Into tho bingo with all tho stolidity ho  could mttstor.  An approving Brunt swept, tho circle,  After a tlmo /Tom allowed hip eyes  to travel round tlie tnaen,  They flhally  encountered   thoso   of  nn   Indian   Ind  about his own ago, who roso and en mo  lightly forward.   "How?" ho said, ami  (milled,   holding, out   his   hand,   whlto  "man's fnshlon.  Ctonuuorlng   his  astonishment,   Tom  ahook his hand warmly and tried to  ongngu hlrn In,talk.  5      Tint the Ind only mulled nnd answered  ,   "Hrnv7" to all quoBtlons,   As the night  HUV'UICL'U,   tilt)   IlkieOUtt    hliMlll     \Wiippcd  tlu'iimclvoa up one by ono und foil into  heavy slunrbor. Tom strotehod himself  on thn ground, giving a contented sigh  for the bonellt of any Indian who might  be llHtenlng,  Tom now had leisure to think, Ho  roiillKed thnt tho I nilln ns wero In an  uniinturnl condition, stupefied ns It woro,  and ho wondered If ho Iind hotter risk  all In a sudden nwlft dm)) for liberty,  Hu hnd nlmo.H mado up hln mind to tie  *o, when chancing to turn, ho found tht  Indian Ind at hla elbow,  Tom drew back 'n alarm, hut the boy  tillered a renjuurlng grunt, motioning  Mm to bond down nt the samo time,  ."C,v\ awny now," hu i������ald. "Indian  all full firewater. All sleep till tomorrow, (let firewater from wagon near  ���������Topper's Clearin',   Mako them cnuy.  Krwek man down, try to scalp him,  only because full firewater. My people  ���������no want to go on warpath. Crazy onlyi  with firewater."  "Won't you get Into trouble for setting  me free?" asked To.n.  The Indian laughed,  "They forget they capture you tomorrow. I no want tribe to go on warpath. I want be friends -with white  man.   Come." , ,  He showed Tom how to   lie   on   his  stomach   and   wriggle   along   with   a  ourlous snakelike movement Witii the  craft of a born woodsman, Tom could ,  soon crawl as well as his teacher.  Slowly the boys wriggled their way  out of the circle of heavily breathing  men. stopping often ns the warriors  stirred in their uneasy (lumbers.  Once In the forest path. Tom turned  to his rescuer and held out his hand.  The Utile Indian lad took' it gladly. .  , "You brave boy," he said, laughingly.  "We no want'^ our people kill each  other Just now, do we?" c*  ���������  "We sure don't!" answered Tom.  "You're a good sort. If I ever can do  anything foryou or your people, let mo  know." '        '���������  "I will," said the Indian,  \  "How did you learn English?" asked  Tom, curiously, ' ,,  VI not Indian, all. I white baby  adopted by this tribe. See?" and ,he  rolled back:his.cloth at the neck, .^he  skin was brown, but no browner than  Toni's'. The boy laughed at' Tom's exclamation of 'amazement  "They good to me," he said. "I love  this people." '   ������������������ '  "Come home with me," said Tom earnestly.- "Don't waste your life with  pavages."  "No," said 'the -lad, "I love my people. They are good to me. The white  people cast me out." ,  For a moment his dark eyes looked  fierce.   Then nodding his head, he glided  away,   leaving   Tom .standing   in   the  ' pathway.  Some days later Tom told the story  to' a number of men, gathered in his  father's cabin. One of the listeners, a  hardy, ��������� wiry-looking Frenchman, -listened hungrily to every word, asking all  manner of, questions. That night' he left  the camp,and was not heard of again  until five years later, when during the  Black Hawk war-Tom stumbled across  an .elderly Frenchman and a young'fel-  low who looked enough like him to be' his  son, .dead on the scene of battle, dressed  in the garb' of the Indians. Stooping  closer to the youpg face, Tom realized  thnt the body was thnt of tho boy who  hnd snvod hln llfo; while thnt of tho  mnn wns his old neighbor, the Frenchman.  How Animals Pass the  Winter  DO YOU, know why beam, badgers,  raccoons and skunks sleep  through oil the long winter?  It Is becniiBO none of thorn Is a good  runner or, hunter. They oat berries,  corn, nuts, eggs, frogs, Insects, worms,  mlcc'-CYorythlng, in fact-durlng the  summer months, Tho eonsoquonco Is  that they nro very fnt whon autumn  comes, and aro qulto ready for a nice,  long,'warm 'nap, *','    -"V   ,     '  The boar generally mnnngOH to ,l)nd a  cave for/his winter bedroom, iiltliptiji'h,  If nothing hotter oftors, ho, will tnko  slioltor under aloft,,'  Bndgci'H 'and'HluinUH prefer to dig  tholr own rofiigo.yfhllo tho rnocoon ill-  ways llmln an old dooiiyo'd'tree trunk  tho mont comfortable wlnlor cjuurtorB.  WoodcluickH mid'chipmunks iiIhu sleep  away the ertld months In burrows,  ��������� whloh..thoy. dig thcmHClvoB.  Two vory' tnicrqailiig anlmnlH aro tho  nuiBkiat and the beaver, Tho, tnuulimt  builds his JioiiHt- of rushes, twigs, "mud  and roots. Ho always makes two or  threo doors to It and looatos them always below water, lovol.  Though tho world outHldo frooieo BOlId,  tho inuHkrat Is happy and conifortublo  nil  winter,    lie  does  not  Hloop,  but  .iiujii;, uiid uhu tui )Ug iuud UliUi.'l Ihu  Ipo. ....... ���������    . i   ���������.,  Did you know that the beaver'* limine  flomotlmcB coyors a upaco about 38 by  35 feet In aria?     ' s  Ills large room measures 5 foot long,  3 feet wide nnd 2 foot high.   It'la built  I..       ,,    .,,,     1.,.,,,,    >.,.,.|,,, ,(,.-,,,, ,,    1   ',,.,,    1  und Its entrance, llko thnt of th'o musk-  rnt, Ih undor water. UqavorH I Wo on thn  baric of trees principally, und,they havo  n very good plan of storing tholr ma-  torlal for iho winter,  Before freezing tlmo oomnn, thoy out  down poplarn or other trees whloh may  Im used by them for food,      ���������  They cut tholr store up Into ploces  from two to hIk foot long mid plnco  them under wnter nonr tlyilr jiousos.  Truly n wise plnn. which removes them  from the reach of the Jaws of the mv-  imouB wolves and foxes, always no  randy to attack any living thing tn  winter time.  THE iron gates of the grim old cas-  Jtle by the sea swung open, and  through them passed an old, old-  woman and a little girl,  "Oh," said the child sadly, . "I'm so  lonely here I ' Can't we go1 down to tho  beach by ourselves and explore the  caves?"  '��������� "I should love it, my princess,"' said  the woman, "but we must not' forget  ,that ytour enemies are many" and dangerous. It would.be a very Imprudent  thing to do."  "All nice things ; are ;'. Imprudent,"  pouted the child.'''       '  ''  "I wish I were just an. ordinary girl  instead,of a princess." She stood looking out .to sea, when suddenly a twinkle  of mischief came into her blue eyes.  "I wish to go back to my room," she  said, "and lie down all by myself. I'm  very tired."  Full of anxiety that the child was Ul,  the nurse hurried her back to the castle.  Alone ln her room, the princess wriggled out of her fussy frock and donned  a simple-sailor .costume; then she tuck-  ed her despised curly hair under a  cap , and surveyed herself with satisfaction in the mirror. Quietly she slip- '  ped to the window and looked out; the  coast was clear.  It was the work of a moment for her  to climb on the window* sill and from  there-on to the strong Ivy, which was  thick as the branch of a tree with age.  Carefully but fearlessly she descended  to the earth. Suddenly, she stopped  short,' remembering that.every exit to  _the-beach��������� trdnw^th*-castle���������was~well_-  giuarded. ln a disappointed fashion  she turned to go back, when she re-  ,mernbered an old orchard behind the  lcitclien garden. She1 dodged round the  corner of ihe house and soon found  herself in the orchard,  Here  she had  a  jolly time  climbing  the trees  and running about.   Finally  . she came' to an old moss-grown rock,  and stood idly kicking it,  Suddenly and without warning it flew  back on grooves,  and she almost fell  Into  a   round  dark   hole;   she  started '  back,   but   a  moment  afterward  was  i bending eagerly 'over a shaky, decayed-  looking   ladder   which   led   downward,  Then  she  began   to descend.    As  her  weight   struck   the   seventh   step   she  , heard the stone,overhead roll back Into  place.   Evidently this was a mechanical urrangement.   The child now found  '   herself in almost total darkness, This  bothered hor until she .remembered tho  small electric lump ln the pocket of her,  suit,  Holding the contrivance high overhead, the child saw that she,' wiui in a  wide, uneven passagowny that seomed  to bo carved out of solid rock. Although It was dump and dark, she felt  no fear.  Sho had gono somo distance down tho  passage, when she was confronted by a  large door heavily bound with Iron.  Sotting down ber light, tho prlnooss  picked' up a sharp-edged atono ^and  t loosened the hard cniHt,of onrtlt,which  ���������hnd formed about the 'o'riiclcs,  Sho gave It ti final shove, and It swung'  croaking back.       ��������� !--  Tho child now found herself in a  Bquaro chamber,,,..,.  , Hor light, held high, cast quooi'aliad-  ows ovor the rooky walls and outllnod  In grotesque fnHhlon a chest In onn  corner. With an oxoliimiitlm of sui'-  prlBO, the princess Blurted toward It*  Sho tugged 'lit' tho lid until il Hew  up, disclosing to hor wldo oyeB tho  moat beautiful Jewelry, tho moHt wonderful vnwcH nnd voimola of gold and  Hllvor, curiously onrvon, she had ovor  soon, Faintly, Mio prlnooss roonllml old  , tnkfM of Die pirutOH who long ago had  stored tholr troiiHtire In tho ouvos along  .the, bench. Him realized that she hnd  probably Htiiinuiiid iiui'ohh tho soorot  envo of some ornolold soadog, who had  spent IiIh life In umuHHlng Ihu.so pi'ooloim  things and thon, perhaps, had gone to  his long sleep ln a watery grave before  having a chance to tell any one of Its  whereabouts. After a "time the princess realized that it was growing late,  that she would; be missed.  She went along'the passageway to  the ladder. When she' had reached  the top she realized that the stone  was too  heavy to roll back.  A' feeling, of suffocation almost  overcame her. She was'caught���������trapped in this underground world! A  thousand horrible thoughts crowded  hor mind. Suppose she should starve  to death, here in the midst of tho  pirate hoard!  Slowly tho princess descended "the  shaky ladder. Suddenly a thought  came to her: If this were a pirate  cave, it must have some entrance by .  way of thq sea. Perhaps one of the  caves on the beach was the outltJt.  At the far end of the treasure room  she found a door similar to that' by,  which she had entered. With might  and main the princess struggled until  it swung back. Scarcely had she time  to pass through, when It closed with a.  heavy thud. Startled, the princess  looked backj but what had beeh the  door now resembled a solid wall of  rock.  Curiously  she  turned' back  to And  '���������  where the door began and where, the  rock.      Her  search was  in  vain';  It  was a masterful piece of 'cleverness., ���������  Looking   down    the    corridor,    the  princess saw that it was very' much 'i  like that whjch she had passed leading  to   the   treasure   room;   but  the  ground   was   curiously   smooth -and  even  and  the  salt smell,,of  the" sea  struck her eager nostrils.   Her idea  was correct, the cavern gave on the  -  sea.    Eagerly ~ she   pressed   forward.   ���������  Soon 'she could hear the breaking of  waves on the rocky, beach; .then she  '  could see light,  like a pinpoint, far,'  away. ��������� '   -..  With a glad cry she ran forward,  but scon stopped ln dismay. At her  feet,  Inside   the  passage,   inside  the  Weak aiid Exhausted from fright  and weariness, her hands torn and  bruised with her struggles, the child  fell in a sobbing heap on the sharp,  rocky floor. Soon she_buried her head  in her arrfTS and sank into a deep,  dreamless sleep. When she awoke,  she realized that she hnd slept for  some hours. She lighted her electric  contrivance and' scanned, the cave  afresh. There were no doors or openings, save that through which she had  come.    Holding  tlie light high, the  child examined the ceiling. With a  beating heart she realized that It was  made of ,wood. Moreover, she could  dimly see a square trapdoor in one  corner. If she could but make out,  some way, to knock on it!  Going immediately underneath' It,  the princess could distinctly hear the  sound of voices and the scurrying of  many feet. Evidently there-Was some  excitement    In    progress    overhead.  French Fashion r.  Notes  PARIS*  HIJGE sailor hats of naturat-coiored  *������������������ pongee are shown for the late '  summer days. And, If you wish,  you can And felt shapes, faced with  velvet and simply trimmed with wings  or scarfs. But thesp nro advanced  models, shown only to u chosen few.  Blnck satin bonnets lined with soft  frills of lace are shown for autumn,  while huge fiat shapes of satin faced  with black velvet and having oval  crowns are displayed for evening  wear, flumes trim many of the large  hats.  Tbo "Manteau Japonaiso" is much In  .vogue. Brilliant embroideries are used  on the outside and contrasting sntin  on the inside, the favorite colors being  blue, coral, emerald, green and upi.-  cot. Brocade and voile over satin Un-,.i  many charming evening models. High  belts, draped as the Japanese do llulr  sashes, nre used,  ln lhe smartest furrier's In the Rue  de la J'alx there Is displayed a mult  of chinchilla three-quarters of a yard  long. Muffs and scarfs are fashioned  of  cashmere  shawls.  A coarse black rep is being used for  suits. White moire and white cord  are the trimmings most favored for  this new fabric.  Skirts are still scanty.  -   Ostrich plumes for evening fans are"  noW in order.   These have beautifully ,  decorated  handles   and are  hung on  Jeweled chains.  Blue serge for a little girl's frock-  is tritpme'd with plaid silk Tn bands on  sleeves and yoke, with a crisp little  frill of pleated linen edging the collar and sleeves.  High waist lines, stripes, beads,  abort jackets, the oriental and tho  directolre Influence are the guiding  pests along the fashionable w:r Just  which ides will dominate It 1p > 'lcult  to predict.   . '   ,���������  Let w, hope that the great A, -   .iers,  busy now with the coming li. nions,  ' wiU b.e merciful and launch a variety  of modes for wai*lng womankind to  wear becomingly. ELO fSE.  mouth of the cave, gurgled the  white-capped, hungry waves of the  sea!-  A. glance showed the princess that  the water was rising, rapidly and that  her oscapo _ by way of the cave was  thus out off. Collecting- her scattered, wits, I'-e little girl began to  mnke an examination of the' rocky  wallH of the corridor.. With desperato  hope she tested every ci;ack that  looked ns though It might be part of  a secret door.  Tho hungry sea crawled highor-nnd  hlghnr, and tho ohlld was nlniOHt In  (lcmpnlr, whon Hitdtlonly tho roolt gavo  way, nnd tho prlnooBH ntumblod blindly  through nn opening, Though b!io had  loHt all hope of oHtuipo, shu "Hturtod  onoo more down a piiBMngo thnt  lonltod jiroolBoly llko Hint by whloh  sho had c.ointi, At IiihI her Journey  undod  In a small milium room,  Weakly the princess tried to call out  to ' attract attention, but her voice  was very faint nnd the noise overhead great. She wasted no more time,  but removed one of her heavy walking shoes and sent it with all her  strength' against the wooden door.' A  silence followed, and the princess  know that, sho had beon heard. Tho  other shoe followed, nnd the princess  paused .for breath. Cold perspiration'  covered her forohond, hut at Intervals she, continued lior calling. After  a short tlmo shq, could hear tho regular hacking of an ax on tho sodden  bonrding. At'Inst, with a splitting  und touring of, wood, u light shone  down,  "Are you there,' .princess?" called  anxious voices.  "Yes," answered tho princess weakly. "Oh, come get me qulftkly, quickly, nurslo!"  Thoro wuh a scurrying above, With  tho greutoHt care the, princess was  helped upu ladder and found horsolf  In  the ciiHtlo kitchen," '���������,    \  When tho excitement of her recovery wits somewhat subsided,* tho princess tpld her story^  "Little girl," Bald hor uncle kindly,  "you may bo responsible" for more  good than you droum of now, Your  own country Is hard pressed for  funds. This'wealth which'you have  found may bo tho moanH of Having  your kingdom from a' horrible war.  With Ub holp. I think I may promlHe  to tnko you buck to your nallvo land  and your pluymatoH In u short time."  And so It proved, Hut It wiih "no  longer u mid, lonely ,111 tio prliiceflH  who dwolt 'In���������tlio grim old chhIIo. Tho  .underground world hIio had iIIhcov-  orod wuh Imr own realm to govern  iih alio, willed, It was tho vory hCHt  playhouno n prlnuaag ovor had, and tho  child wuh happy nnd contented until  sho nulled away for hor native land.  To Clean Embroidery-'  FRENCH chalk Is excellent for cleas.  lng embroidery that is too fragile  to be washed with 6oap and water.  The chalk should be made quite hoi:  and   sprinkled   thickly   over   the   embroidery, which is then rolled carefully^  >    up-so'that the chalk Is inside.  Leave It In' a dark place for a week or  'ten days, shake it out well an J ihe embroidery will be quite .fresh-again.       >  i, '   If %the' embroidery   is "wanted   in   a  hurry, the hot chalk should be rubbed  through   it   as   though   It .were   being  ���������   washed. This process should be repeated  several times, and if some dirt still remains use a little more chalk anr: leave  it overnight, if possible. 5  Wedding Rings for Men  -F-W'E"only-thought-whatJthe-we'd-"���������  ding ring ' originally meant, I  think m<jst of our modern brides  would be insisting tliat their husbands  should wear one, too," said a pretty  young matron the other day. "Baok of  everything else it is a mark of bandage;  aiul nowadays'men are���������or should be���������as  much bound by marriage as are women,  it is a pretty German custom, thits ex-  chnnging'of rings, nnd I am glad to see  It is spreading in America,  "When I was married I told James lie  had to let me give him a ring.- He was  to bo marked 'married' as well as I.  Certainly, al! the girls who object to the  word 'obey' in the marriage service  ought U> insist on this chance also,"  <T  Go, Lovely Rose I  G  THE STORY OF THE SNOWDROP  ONClfl many, many yoam ngo thoro  lived a littlo prlnoeuH. ��������� Bho was  not an ordinary prlucosH, but u.  daughter of, the groat king who rnlgnoll  i������vu 11,o "LlUl������i I cuiilu oi lliu tjiiototi,"  linr home wns n vnnt nrirt 'wonderful '  palace mode of hiiows hor playground  wub tho moHt beautiful gurdwn In ail  tho world, for tho floworH wnrn made  of purest, new-fallen snow and tho  trees and Hltruba woro I'UHhlonmJ of  green Ice, When tho light shono on tlm  garden It seemed n hlnxn or k(ii������ooiih  JtSWCIM,  Ono day tho prliico������B, In wondering  about thu pulace imiHaKOK, happened- on  a corridor which led hIio linuw not  where. On nnd on she followed It, until Hho'came to Htrong dungeon coll,  Bho ooliod in nnd ������aw a Bplondld young  knight clad In groon armor,  Although ho wuh dlffcront from nny  porson whom tli*, maiden hnd over sfcn  bpfore, Bhe felt ������traii���������������ily intruded to  lilm, ��������� i  All thn "Utile Penpln of the Snow"  hndiflaxen hnlr und bluo eyes, but this  stranger had eycn of, volvet brown and  IiIh waving hair wn������ dark iih night,  Ho told the prlnocBif that ho was one  ot tha children of tho earth, wi;** had  strayed Into tho world of tho "Littlo  i'ooplu" nnd had boon token prisoner.  lOvory ilny for a long, long tlmo tho  )>l llli-l..-;.-,   YJftUud   UlU  >OUHh   '..lihill .111   lib  duni������i>nn.   And nw llmi> pnnwd, n!i" rrcw  to lovo him dourly���������and ho, too, loved  hor.  Hour after hour would shu Hit by (In-  lunlhUB' (that wuh IiIh mum*) Hide will!"  hu told hur bountiful IuIub Jif tho itrtnil  world whence ho hnd como and tho  worlrltiif" of Mother Nnturn The  -months' flow by as u single dny ta thu  happy tnntdon and tho happy nnlglit,  and beforo thuy knew It spring wn������ on  tho wny, Now thti first breath uf tho  Houth wIniMH death to thu "Little Venule" iinlOHB thoy fly to the tull inouu-  IalntopH, whoro tho South Wind cun-  not,pursue thorn. .But the prlnc������������s wuh  no happy with Oalantlum that Mm forgot  nil nbout thn wmlng of tho South W"  whloh meant death tu her.  Ono day ������ho wtt*' with tho young  knight, wlion tho wind eunn- op out of  the Smith nnd rocked tlm "iiuw pulacn  from Itu very foundation. The prlnCHH  trembled nnd wept In affright, for Mm  know that It meant death to her.  Then  tho young knight, a.'ilunthuB, Bprnng to  hor Hide unci folded her In h)H linns to  comfort her.  I.(������!  In   a  flanh  hu was  completely  t'..,.,h^O,       111,-)    (,11 HI    ,Will,I,     Mlllili    lu    H  dull, riiHly brown, Hut be held tho,  frightened prltmfHH olosnr Htlll In his  uriitH, and Mowly, Hlowly thoy lioilt  Hunk Into tho bonom of tlio earth.  Now, Mothor Kurtli wiih very sorry  thut tho Snowdrop iiiuhi Iohm hor frlondH  und plnymutoii of the xihiwh, und hu  hIio unve the Vnlcht rmintitlnix jhthiIm.  Mon to bring her up out of the earth  onoo a yonr to ilnd tlicm.  Bho WiiltH nl) winter long while <ln-  InnlhttM niiMuiH IiIh wuy through thn  hard mirth. Ah hooii uh lie cnn, lie folds  hor In hln long green rlouk nnd Uf(h  hor high In IiIh rums, Hn fur hIio Iiuh  nlwnyN boon too lnle to Ilnd any of her  brethren, But she thwn not grlevo viiry  "nurh,  Hho loved Qnlantliuii, nnd Hho In con-  /nit to bo with him, nlthough II nnmriH  poliiff linok to tin- d>'tl( firth, Hli"  knows thnt he would lie v*iry, very lonely  If sho Hhould loavo hlrn In llio darkness  nnd fly nwny with hor Maters to tho  Land of rcrpetuiil Known.  0, LOVELY rose.  Tell hor that wastes her tlmo and'.  mo,  That now she knows.  When 1 resemble her to theo,  How sweet nnd fair .she socms to bo.  Tell her that's young, /     , ,  And shuns to have her graciiB spied,  Thnt'hnd'Bt thou sprung v.  In doHeilfi where no men abide.  Thou must have uncommended died,  Rronll Ih tho worth  Of bounty from tho light retired  Bid her come forth,  Buffer herself to bo deslrod,  And not blush so to bo admired.  Then die! thut Hho  The common fnie of ull things raro  May rend In thee,  How Hmnll a purl of tlmo thoy nharo  That are ko wondrous sweet nnd fair.  -Edmund Waller.  Mounting Photographs  IP" YOU hnvo a numbor of photo-  ni-iipltH of your European trip, or  i.tiples ,of famous picture.*, or prints  ol your, fuvorllo���������poe^s or ..islcliins, or  nny olhor of thovn 'bhuiI,. unmounted  photographs and prints'that one collects  nnd then IioiioIuhhIj' carrion nbout hi a  bag or box lo lhe nml of tlmo, try arranging ihem In n frlczo around tho  wall of your living room or study. Uet  giUHn Mnrtly iho size of ench nud fusion  llniiii tightly by intmtiH of kIuhm-IioikIimI  puMliplns firmly Irisortud at ouch corner,  Thorn will lie no friuno to hide any of  Ilu pluiiiri), und the tiffed Ih iiuulnt nml  nrtlHlle,   '  If yon hnvo n low picture molding, co  miieh iho hetier; urcnugo them In pleasing onlor In thu Hiunu wuy on thin,  Nothing could be prettier thun a wall  ilnnn In hrown burlap, with n walnut  molding nnd light pnper or paint nbovo  nnd n frlozo of thouo photographs lit  Kepln or carbon. Thoy give u tone to a  room Unit It needs only a littlo leather-  oavorcii fiirnlturo, n rug or two, u mar-  hie 1'iiHl nml it Ml of pittery to coni-  pififo.-'   And  the  Rlnwwnountod . plioto-  *���������....,.,.-   ..,>.  'in; i'. ,.> iiuli; ui nil.  Hatpin Protector  TIIW wmii'tii wim nniHt travel with  five or hIx extra hutpliiH-for now  Hint Ihu I'iiiH mutch the hut, ouch  hill ������������������ (liken nlong on n loitrrnv tnonii'i  tWO 01' IhlOfl lllltpllIM to go tf/h,\\ It-  Hhoulil provide hei'HOlf with a large,  flat eorli, hiu li n������i Ih tftml on ploklo  boltliiH und jelly jurH. Htlck the polntH  of lhe batpliiH well Into UiIh, nnd you  i'iiii i-nny them tucked Into a.runic?  of your trunk or HUllcaHu, with all  I'crhhiihle IicihIn "nrcfully wrapped In  tlHHtin paper or uluiorbuiu cotton.  I'Jvcn bettiir thun cottoi, In mir-  rcon'M (wool, If you cun obtain It.  Ilie wlnple combination of eork nnd  pliiH may go Inlo nn empty fun or  islovc box, nml thu* bo doubly out of  tho (ruvolcr'f* wo v.  ma THE NEWS, CUMBERLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA  Alii  NEW GOODS  consignment   of   China-  ware   in   (jold   and   White,  A  M.-ip  c Leaf design.  1" uv  ���������We carry a full range of���������  niture and House Furnishings  Linoleums and Wall Papers.  THE FURNITURE STORE  A. McXXIWON McPhee Block, Cumberland  W*  $1������0 UP. EASY TBRMS.  Bush and Farm. Lands,  Sea and River Frontage  BEADNELL & BISOOE,  Real Estate Accents   Offices: PHn������������SS������ENAY  S. ISAKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  (j)  ������  ������  85  _5  W3W have you to Sell?  mmmta*OSMm^mfmtBK.\,\rf^fy'--^^  We are etartinjj a campaign to advertise   Victoria  and   the  Island  generally in all parts of Canada,  Great Britain nv.d the United States, and we want  your assistance in this work.  There is going to be great development on the- Island in the im mediate future, and you and we must  , do our part in this expansion.  Development nie ins the influx of people and money  and we want vou to assist us in   properly   placing  . :   both.  What have you fot sale?     Write aud give us the  iojlowing particulars:���������  Description uf property and number of acres  Number of acres of cleared and wild land  Number of acres of good soil  Number ot acres under cultivation and the  nature thereof.  In a word, Ml us all about your property and,   if  possible, send-us photos of it.  .   Quote price and term's, and   make . the  price  au  m appeal to reason.   K;V;WINeK^^Co^iLtd. L  ������ Succe.-tfuis to ROBERT WARD & Co., Ltd.  1       Temple Building Fort St., Victoria, B.C..  ^bME________NBM  KETIRINO KKOM M'SINESS  SALE, Consisting of sHng stag-  big, ladders, step latins &,-, etc.  II. J, TlVM'bald.  WHITE "WYANDOTTE ana  PEKIN DUCK hatching eggs  ���������������6.oo per 50; Sio 00 por 100.  ImprovedSharpi.ks Straw-  wihry Plants���������$4 50 per 500.  L. F. S0L1A',  Lakhview Poultry Farm,  Westholme, 1%...& N. Ry.  Mr R. Mar pole left Montreal  la.st week for Vancouver after an  interview with Sir Thomas  Shaughnessy. It is understood  that the plans for the extension  of the E & N northwards to Comox and beyond have been approved, and that the company's  aggressive policy will be continued with vigor.  RENDERS.  'Separate Sealed Twndov.s I'or Blip  plying'tlio Union & Comox District Hospital,   Cumberland,  for  one yuar from June 1st, .11)11, to  ..1 unci 1st,   1D12,   with   grocorios,  inup.t, milk and  butter.   Sumplob  ot Tea, C������������fl!iiu, Cocoa bti\, to bo (U-  livo red at tho hospital  on  or bu-'  faro May 97th 1011.    All tohdcru  to hu nont to ,F. Dalby, Sec-rotary,  by Way 27th 11)11,  TIk< I'nwuHt or any  tender,  not  nue������irii>,rily acfluptud,  NOTICE.  Ni������ sittings will l>������ mado after  tho 17th, of thin nouth, hu those  dc'irnii,* uf having photos takon  vill pU'iiso cull K'f.ri',.that date���������  17th Kay.  Joh:,;.on Bros*  FOR SALE���������A light driving  team, males, quiet and not  titraid of uuioj-; also light  double harness. C.J.B Ward,  Uttle River's road, Comox.  Tho friends of this paper will  please hand im news items when  they are Ereah, We pvufwrriot to  publish a birth after the child -is  weaned, it marriage after tho honey*  moon is.'over or tho death of 11  man after his widow ia married  again.  ���������*��������� ��������� ,..���������..., ���������^^, ...1 ���������������������������������������������  J, II. Hawthoruthwaite, M.L,.  A,, is no longer a socialist, uot at  least, as far as he is visible to the  naked eye. J, H, was not, very  rampant in the last session of the-  legislature. Comparing the Socialist Jim of a few years ago who  used to declaim upon the time  wlien the red flag would proudly  float from the gilded dome of the  Capitol in Victoria, with the re-  spectable nnd easy-mannered  capitalist- iuto which Mr. Hawthoruthwaite has lately developed,  you would hardly recognise him  as the same man,���������Sunset.  Beating the Railroad.  Oklliahoma is about to acquire  a remarkable fainUv,    Mr; and  Mrs Frank Scott,  of Highland,  Kan., are seeking a location for a  home   somewhere   in the state  where they can obtain plenty of  land.   They will need it, for they  have not been married quite ten  yeats, aud are the parents of nine  teen children, all of them boys,  and thirteen of them living, They  hold the record on triplets,  hav-  iug five sets to their credit,  and  two sets ol twins.     All   of. the  j-thirteen boys living are   under  five years old. Mr and Mrs Scott  are the children of farmers living  near Highland.  Last fall, the Scotts deciding  that they must find more land-,  went to Alberta, Canada. They  were not satisfied there and returned. On the return trip all  records in the history of railroading were broken. Mrs Scott and  her thirteen children all rode oil  one first-class passenger ticket.  At Omaha the conductor made a  vigorous protest.  "Madam,-you cannot carry a  whole Sunday school along with  you on-thatone-ticket^-and you  need not tell.me these are all  yours. You will have to pay fare  for some of them."  ''The rules of this railroad  -company provide that a child  under five years of age may ride  free when accompanied by its*  parents on .a first class ��������� ticket,  don't they?" retorted Mrs. Scott.  "They do, but you will have  to show me."  Then Mrs Scott dug down into;  her valises and brough t out the.  family bible, iu which were rei  corded, the names and ages of  each of the children. The conductor had to give in. The  mother and children- occupied  five double seats iu the hoiuej-  seekers' car and paid for only one,  The ���������names of the Scott chil'd*-  ren begin with A, They are:���������  Ashbell, Archer aiid Austin, trip  lets, 4*fc years old; Arthur and  Arnold, twins, 3^ years" old; Al  Ian, Allium and Albin, triplets,  2jt years old; Albert, Albion aiid  Adolph, triplets, 18 months old;  Abel and Abner, fwins, 6 months  old, Mrs Scott- is 30 years old,  and her husband is only a  year  Bonora  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made to ^rder  from Sao to 835    All Work First Class  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  manufacturer of  MINERAL    WATERS'  ������(sXsX_>$������������<s^^  K. AIDA  Bonora Blook  P.O. Box 432  Phone   2-9  CUMBERLAND  HAVE  YOUR  .   PHOTO  TAKEN!  ���������AT���������  Powell's ��������� IStudio.  Work guaranteed.  Prices reasonable.  *N**������*AV*M*/*M������V������W*  Merchant  TAILOR  .. 1  LADIES' TAILQK-MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY  SUITS mflfcE TO   0$t>ER AJiD  IN ANY STY1UE YOU UUSH.  PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 tb $40.  ���������M____M________N_M_____MM^Ba������MMH'MBMMI_M___M_^^  CUMBERLAND,   -  -   B. C.  ^-ditrautinimm  Capital $6,200,000.  Reserve $7,200,000  B.������loutktt  General Blacksmith  The Royal Bank of Canada.  ��������� JOINT ACCOUNTS may be opened in the names of two 01 -more  I persons, to be operated by tiny one of thorn, and in the event oi  death to be paid to the (survivor without any formality  SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  at higbeit Current Rates allowed on Deposits of $1 and upwards.  CUMBERLAND, B. 0., Branch, Open Daily.  COURTENAY,  3. C , ^Sub-Branch,   Open Tuesdays tad  FRIDAYS.  UNION WHARF, B. 0.,  Sub-Brach, OpenThuridaye  H. F.MONTQOMERY, Manager.  P.  PHittiPPSHarrison  BA ISTER AND SOLICITOR  It is against the ln\v to blow  up fish -with dynamite, and this  f-irt wins brought home quite for-  pny  .iiivi'lnjm con���������  !.Of'T���������A  tii'tnii.  sillier liel-tynon Mi'ivinnnir*  ii'ul tfio Bank "f Commoivi* or bu-  l-i'Mi  J,   Mi'i-of'clii'M  nnd   N<>. 7  M-iilnii.   A    wMlMU'itiui    reward  will bo pa'd t'> *bi������ limb r ���������������>���������  ''fl  ight home quite  elbly to two Ntiunimo men on  Monday when <hey were each  fined $ioo and Sao costs for using  dynamite in Little Qimlicuin. The  two men guilty ol tho in Traction  of the Act visited tli** stream in a  ���������/ m IS, on  Saturday last, 'one horse rig. Leaving their out  j,      \i i"     .i,\*������������������.. fit on the roadside thev travelled  w<Wu MMlv.nn..!.'* -tore,^n^y (Jown BtR;nm  where  they brought their dynamite into  action. A farmer rending iu the  vicinity got wise to the game,  and after cutting loose the horse  tlini|���������gU Tn.,y .litkiuHi or tlii* Wjtiey  <-������������ld not mnke their  .iiiw.  -������������������������  escnpe. telephoned for Provincial  Constable Kellett, at   Nanoose,  ,  >.       ur...       c, ���������,, who without delay has.tened   to  Mr. nnd   Mn,   Willwm   Monn ^ ^  ^^ ^   two  and family li'ft Nminimo on Mon- nff,,���������(iers nmier arrest. They  day f������������r London to attmnl \w appeared Iicforc Mr Robt Hicke, t  CoronntioTi wrenioniuB. J.T , Hi Pnrksville.  i  her senior. The mother and  childien are now In Highland,  Kas., while the father is iu Oklahoma seek ing a suitable location  for his large und promising family. He probably will buy some  cheap Indian laud through the  Indiau agency at Muskogee.���������Kx  Horseshoeing a Specialty.  Third Ave, Cumberland  NOTICE.  In the m Utcr of ihe Ofilcinl Administr.v  tor's Act and AinendiiiR Acts;  In the pods of Hanv McClusky,  also  known ai Hairy McCluskty, ilcqens-  ed intestate:  NOTICE IS HEREIIY GIVEN that by  order of HiB Honor Judge Darker, dated  (he 3rd day of May, 1911, mailc in pur'su  aiice of an application made atthesitlinK',  of the Count/ Court of Nanaimo, bolden  at Cumberland, I, the undersigned, was  duly appointed administrator ol all and  ain^ulai- the estate and cfleets of the  above named deceased,  All debts due the cMatc of lhe said deceased must be paid forthwith nnd all  claims against the said estate must be  presented, to me, duly verified, on or be-  fere the expiration of 30 days from the  date hereof.  W. W, WIU-AHD,  Official Administrator for tbat part nf the  County of Nanaimo, known ns  the  Comox Electoral District.  Dated at Cumberland, U.C., May 10, '11.  NOTARY   PUBLIC  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CONVEYANCING  CUMBERLAND,  WANTED���������A. fow bonrdurfi in  private family,   Apply this ofllce.  J>o you know tbat an editor or  aroportar ior n newppupor 0 m in  hie ronndb stop mid iibIc ft Jtmulruil  peruoiw ������'Wlint In tho ubiv8?1,"������Vn(l  nlnntv ont out of tlm hundred will  reply! "Nothing apociiil and yet  llfty put of tbnt.. immbor know.  Hoincthlng tliat If not found in tho  next papor will nstoniflh tbom  giontly mid dipnppoint them more,  and prbapn mnkos thorn mmldor  than h<irnet������. Don't bo afraid to  et tbe nowipftpor muti know it,  amam ���������iw*"'     '��������� III������"IM|W  Tho Idfift ol toneliirif������ every girl  to thump a pi*", nnd overy twy  to lie a bookkciijwr will mako po-  tlltoUrt  vciiru.  NOTICE.  In the matter of tkc Official AdmlniHtra.  tor's Act and Amending Acts.  In the Koods of John H. Conway, deceased intestate)  [NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tlmt by  order nf His Honor Judge Uarlcer, dated  the 3rd d������y 01 May, 1911 made in pursu-  uncc of nn application mndcat the sitting  of tlt������ County Court of Nanaimo, holden  at Cumberland, I, the underpinned, was  duly uppointud administrator of all ind  siiiKiilar the eMato and'eliccts of i|ie  above named deceased.  All debts due the estate nf the said de-  censed must bu paid forthwith And all  claim* against the'lUld estate must be  ptettcnteil ic u������o, Uuly %ct'iriCu, oil ;ir be  for tbe expiration of 30 days Irom the  date hereof.  W.W. WILLARD,  .Official Adminiilrntor for mat part of thu  County of Nanaimo known as the  Como* Electoral District.  Dated at Cumberland, ll.C, Mny lo,'n.  worth $X 11 barrel ifi 20 city.;  The Princess Mnry had 148  passengers from Vancouver 011  Monday evening; for 'Nanaimo,  including 39immigrants from the  Old Country, who tue going to  tnke up theif residence in  tbnt  =V. BOJIOIRA:  UlholeBale Dealef in WlNHS. IilQOOR & BBBtK  ll*'  P. 0. BOX 489  PHONE 30 ...  CUMBERLAND  This is the first spring in the history of Comox  District that the local demand for eggs has been  equal to the supply. Nothing pays better than  poultry, it they are rightly managed. Begin  with the little fellows and feed them CHICK  FOOD, which is a mixture of bone meal, wheat,  m on ts, cont and other grain,���������, cu t , and blended iu  the right proportion to make them thrive and  grow,   For sale by  A. B. CRAWFORD,   ���������   ��������� Courtenay, B.C  DK&LEll IN FLOUR AND .BED.  %  BICYCLES  Klrmer English $3B  Standard ���������      Canadian $3B  Humber English $45  Maasey-HttiTiS Cajiadian $* 5  Enfield Knglibh $55  Singer English $65  Massey-Oushion   Canadian, $65  Singer 3 speed     English P*  Singer De Luxe    English $90  Beeston Humber English $100  One, Two aud Three Speeds added to  any machine at extra cost.    Scud for  Catalogue.  THOS PLIMLEY,  orr������c������ anc1 ttomJJOBJ-ANffLBY ST..VICTORIA,  B.C  OARAOt. IVI JOHNSON ST.. .  If you get i������ at Plimley's it's au, Riant/  II  I  I!  i.i  m  p g ~W������ Bo B������palrlng  km  m.%9tmm\am J6  Jf

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