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The Cumberland News Jul 25, 1911

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 -1 .'-���������-  '   '     "'" '���������.-T-.-ivi- ->_  -'A  I    -  JlJL^.9n   *  m  A, Journal Devoted Especially* to the Interests of Comox tJlstriot-  The News, Nineteenth, Year.  CUMBERLAND   B. C..    TUESDAY, JULY 25, :9_i  Subscription ������1.00 a Year  _1������������*"*  The Store  of Quality  The Store  Of Quality  THE BIG STORE  m^t*4i*������**4rm***ei****^f*m>+a^mtl^  A   SNAP  IN  CHILDREN'S  WEAR. Wc have just opened out a consignment of Children's Dresses, Gown's, Slips, etc., that have  been delayed in transit since last May. We must and  will clear these at prices that mean a bargain to every  Purchaser.-     ,     "~  T)  Children's colored dresses in-duck and musii..,  Sizes 4 to 14,    Price $1.50 to $5  Children's white rnosfsn dresses nne trimmed  Age i ye.ar to 14 years.    Price   $1.50 .C 4.50  White   UndCrSWrtS- Misses'and Chilrlren's   line'  lawn and welt made,    r to 14.    6Dc. (0 '$ .25  UOWHS   Misses and-Child"en s,   fine   material and  full sizes.    Sizes from 5 to 14 yrs  75C. TO $1.25  LnUOren S 3iipS all sizes, from'90c. TO $L25  You cannot make them  for ��������� these prices  and   we   want to clear them this season.  ���������  OT  FOR  STOVES  AND  RANGES'  ous  I the CORNER STORE I  ?[ *���������H Ml WI������l|-W_*l-_MH_m Mil��������� m ���������_BE__fcW-__U___UMI������  ���������'���������UHlUt-t ,1 Wtr. W tTM iMIIHl 1.1 IMII m r* TT*_~1 '���������������������������"���������������������������f~" 6_K  SUPPLIE!  Our grocery department is always stocked  "with"th^"~clroii_^st���������o_n^  -' Give ns a trial order.  mm%fo*mm������tll*tf*mai&t*^i>***^^  Simon Leiser & Go.,Ltd,  Dunstnuir Ave., Cumberland.  t%^f^tm<afJmt^tititt)*\ja4lj������t\^  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   8.   BAKERS  AN J PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND   BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEHR  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND    STREET  l**f%**r***n*tmmaTa***im*^  LOCfiiS. ' Prow Constable Doit SteplitMi  etui  arrived  homo  from   liis  vacation trip, on Smunhiy  evening.  Wallpaper .  Paints  Varnish"'  -ils'" Etc.  TRY THE  '  ' i  The Magnet Cash Store.,   Xj���������E^-BatT-k^Cu m.be dan d   m.  cXi:.  HHHinimi' mv   . ii   WI"'  Mrs. John .Thomson loft hy  Friday's bout on a visit to friends  in Nuimimo, and returned on  Saturday, .  Clutrlio Ilorne Ih off'to Nanaimo on a holiday trip.  ,-      O       "'    "'" ,'*  Miv. Joseph Kendall and MIhh  Lucy Kondnll, of Hamilton Out,  who have been viniting Mrs, .lame*'  Stewart, a relative, loft by Sntur-  dtiy'ft boat for Vancouver, en route  for their home.  ACKNOWLEDGMENT.  Tho Comox and Union Hospital  Dominion Constable T, McCon-  null, brought two Chinamen dowu,  from Canipk'll River on Friday.  They were charged before Mnj������is  triile AbrauiK on Saturday, with  Helling litjeor to Indians, conviet-  oil and fined 81,00 each with costs  or six months iu jail, The lines  ivero paid.    ������  Manager Joint Stewart of our  load collieries, left for Vancouver  by Saturday-* boat, and will return on Thursday.  The I'iket  property  (half-wwy  lioiiKe) 0:1 Coiiitenay road,  which  Cumberland: fifteen- candi  dates, six passed: Marion Cray,,  67:-; VMna C Wood, 649; Janel  E. Robertson, 648; Jessie McDonald, 644, Margaret D. Ham-  say, 578; Hannah Harrison, 564,  .Comox: Three candidates,  none passed.  Cotirienay. Three candidates,  all passed: John O. Duncan, 643  Ida I. Carroll, 579; lieyjnald A.  McQuillan, 575.  Sandwick: One candidate passed: Lila Grieve, 558.'  Union Hay: Five candidates,,  two passed: .0 y ri IP, Re n wick,  685; Caroline Glover, 550,  Twelve out of twenty-seven  passed iu this district.  in the list of McGill oNiiinina*  tions jiiht published, we are pleased t'������ sec* llmt our local high .school  Imt. hi'eii very successful. Miss  Irene Mounce was fourth in the  Dominion, with Ol!) marks out of  a possible W0, and ('lias. A. Duncan lift h with IKK. ni'irks.  Llitiul.Mounce also was sue  cessful in pushing' the remaining  Riibjee.ts of his science matriculation.  We eungriilnhilc Prineipal Palm  ei* and the young huly.sutd goiitlo.  men on their splendid nuecess,���������  Cumberland never gets left along  educational'lines.  A.. G'. Slaughter's uatn j an  away on Saturday night, coming  up from, the Camp, and running  in on the .idownik at tho City  Hall, carried away a part ion" of  the front of that building, The  team -finally came to a stop, by  colliding with an electric light  pole in front of Mel.cud's store.  Fortunately uo serious damage  was doiie. other than injuria!, tn  one of thu horses.  Mrs. John Robertson will go to  Viineuiivei'   uext  week  for trout  meut, ,. .,  Mrs. A, P. Pickup arrived home  on Tun-day lust, from a holiday  trip to Ladder,.1). 0.  : . ___ -~���������.0-'    ������������������  Victoria, July 21.���������Su pei in ten  dent of Provincial Police Freder  ick Stephen Hussey, died at 7  o'clock this morning at St..  Joseph's Hospital, where he had  been lying ill for some weeks.  The late Mr. Hussey 'was bovn  tit Hcamiiiisler, Dorset, Knglund,  in 1852, and came to Hritish  Columbia in 1875, He had been  u member of the Provincial Police Force since 1879, and superintendent for twenty vejlrs,  "nJllllMiWIMMIIillMllinl THII  FOR   DUE  GREAT  t  to  _. JoS  to  .to  *v  (���������*  to  i������  to  FOB   PAY-DAY,  AND  WEEK   FOLLOWING  to  to  to  to  -u  CL=  =D  J. N. MclEOD, i  unsmuir Ave.  Cumberland --  (IS*-  to  THE*. CANADIAN BANK  ~���������OF-eOMM&ReE���������  . SIR.EPW1UND WALKER, C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., President  ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Mamacer  ������������������CAPITAL, r $10,000,000-.....    REST,.- ^7,000,000  COLLECTION   BUSINESS  With its larjje number-of branches,, agents and correspondents, The  Canadian, Bunk of Commerce is able to effect .a .lections throughout"'  the world promptly and at reasonable rates.,  Rates will be quoted on  application..  FOREIGN   BUSINESS 230  Cheques, and drafts on all countries of the (>vorlcl, ,'rawn in sterling,  francs, mark*., lire, kronen, florins, roubles or nny oilier foreign currency,  can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rates.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH W. T.  WHITE, iMannKo  Miss Wilkinson, of,Vancouver,  is the guest of Dr, and Mrs, Gil-  lenpio at their summer cottage,  (lurtley beach. Mr. Krcd Green,  of New Westminster, who arrived  nu Sundiiy, is itlJo their jjuoat.  Mr. "W. A.' .Wilkinson*,-"of Vancouver, who wns expected to arrive  with Mr. Given, wan unable to  get, ii\vuy,     "  .Mr, II. Mnckliu of Si mon T,a.iKoi*  & .Co,, of Victoria, wan in town  last' week.  Mr. Tims. \i. Hate aud  party,  left by auto for Albcriii on   Sun  duy afternoon   and   returned   nu  Tuewlay,    Mr,  Hindu drove the  liarty.  The death took place ut  Van  eouver 011   Monday,. of   Fh.iikie,  wife nfJoKcph Iludfion and dnii}ili-  lor of Mr, uud Mru,   John   Piker,  ��������� if this city.    The remain, will bo  brought here   by  Tuewlny'e.. bout  for interment,   which   will   take  plaoo on Wednesday afternoon.  *-"������������������ "yam��������� ~  Tho funeral of tlio lute Geon *.'  McKay, took place on Siiiiduy,  and watt largely ntt* tided. ]i:t*-r.  ment took pliwu nt ('!uinl*ei*i;<ij'i  cemetery, Uev. Ucid of Si.  Geor^cV Pii-hbyteiiitn church of *  liftliit'lng, The bnnd wan in at.  teiidunco,  I  .Hoard  take tlii* opportunity ol 1 Wiih Hold at HherilPH nalo on  thanking the Indies of (...mox, for  their hnndeomo donation of  8122.90 towardi, furnishing n new  , 1       rrii.      . ,..,���������,,,.,l^   ���������r    ..    <���������<,,.!���������!  V������lU>l������. _. >������s      j|.M'"^S.  ...     .. *���������     '���������      >������>  held ut that plnco,  F, J. Dauiv, Secretary.  .V  CAIID OF THANXA.  To nil the friend*   who.e gym*  pntliy and nervicei. were tu  kiudh  tendered iu our time of   Ih reave,  niuiit, wo desire   to   extend   our  bltKvru  iliaiik^  Wksj.KV \Vii.i.ari������himI btniiiy  ri-  dny lunl, was bought iu by Simon  LelKer i\i (Jo., of Victoria, wim  had 11 heavy claim tiivnini.t the  piopiuiy, ior ji.������"-i.).in). Nii'iili  Trnwford, of Nuimimo, conducted  the unle.  Mmmgor Whi'e of tht* Hank of  Commerce, and Mm. While, ur*  rlvf'd home Fivmt Vniu'oitver b\  Sntiirdny'H hunt,  Mr. -I, T. Iv I'nlmer Iiiih re  niguod lust portion m principal of  our high yehool.  Ameiicaii (Jon.s.il Smith of Vic  toriu, ir������ visiting   UiIh   city,   mid  honoured this ofllce with   n   call.  Mr. Smith !h a very   ^ceiid  and'  kindly gontlommi,  (.01,fACTION KUMI).      Itj  Mru. Jhi-epir J'oroni  on   KcIihII'I 9  In  of berMilf and children, .loMir*   to   U  th'itil,* tl\i> nulOlc   fin* iim  1.1,nnt-i'iin ' m  ' ���������      *      r* .1  HiibHeiipiion taken1   up   for   their;  bcnclit.    The money  wiik  plaeedl'  WMZimm.iixifr-i^iifri^^  g ���������A NKW LOT OK��������� ������  Curtains,   Curtain MusUns  and tomeres*  hh luliow**:���������  Mrs. I'croiii  ���������   ���������!.>���������     ......  IHxe������,  Peed .   I)ep> i-tN'il iii  Urtynl linnk  f.u* lieiuti; of widow and  SI "0.00  ;rj.oo  5.00  1 . ������ ��������� t   ��������� 1 * *  .0,00  T-I.   K,   Montpomery,   of   the j     cliildr.'it  Royal Bank, will have by Wed- j  ncsday's boat on a vacti>ion trip i    T"t.������l flo~r.������u>  36 in. wide, deep cieam Madras  Muslins, iu 12 different pat  "  ������H. ���������������   j ���������������������������  A lar<;c i;iit};c of I..ice Curtitiiis,  iu difleu-ni riaitcriis. 54 in.  wide mid ,v_ yards long, per  pair '$..50  Sctini "tid [Mtt'-'in ''itr,:ii,.tf!, iu  floral and  Tai^ley   p'ltterns,  lle.ivy Ilrass Ivxicn.siou Rodr,   1  in. tube by 78 in. lontf.  fin-  *    * * -tit. t      a*n������* '  \ if.ui wnu, ui uj>.n  iortlrr nil  n:in.  tu*'    ������i.*nt*  $1.60 and $2.00  i;i������iv..< v������ t< 1'  5odoz. Men's I Hack Rib Wool  Socks, regular , oe. nnd 60c,  While they last 3 pairs for $1  25 pieces 5 in. wide .silk Ribbon  iu all tin* 1 eut.-.t ,,h..de>.. 1.^  iii.-ii 'i.v iibbon, for 15c a yd  Gofnpbgll Bra  %ji  t.-rrii������wffrr,7T.riT*"t'< "���������Matt-mxr. ^i_a_aita________in_gaLryAy_/-tt ..-_ifaaoaraft__ai THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  i  Tie  i|Rpund=Up|  A Romans of Arizona  Novelised From Edmund  Day's Melodrama m*  im  \Wt   JOHN   MURRAY   and  MILLS MILLER.  Copyright.  S____bfc&!  1908.  by Q.  W. DOltng-  h&m Co.  ,0 (Continued.)  Taking tho useless bowlders Trom  the edge of tlie ell IT. but ��������� carefully, so  aa not to expose himself to the fire of  the Apaches, he piled them on top of  the upper wall In such m0fashion, us to  form little turrets tie left an opening in each, through which he could  observe in turn each point of the compass whence danger mi*:ht be expected and could Ore his Winchester without exposing himself Then he-began  going from post to post on a continuous round of self Imposed sentinel  duty. "If I could only climb the sa-  ���������fcuaro." he thought, "and ly my red  shirt as a flag to let the rurales'know  I've flanked the enemy. It might hurry them nlun*: lri time to put n crimp  hi these derlls before they eel *xa.  But It'll have to be 'hold the Tort'  without any *Oh, say can you see."  business. Anyhow. I'm flying ihe rut*  tlesiiake flag of Bunker Iliil. 'I'lo'u't  tread on me!' Whether the rurales  Bee it or not, I've saved their hides'  ���������    If the,Apaches had  got  to  this fort  'first.��������� gee. how they would have crumpled   up  the  greasers  as  they   came  . along the trail!"  Rendered thirsty by his exertions.  Lane remembered the canteen iu the  liisnaga. which he had forgotten among  his other preparations for defense.   He  ��������� -...cautiously reached his hand over the  ledge und secured.-'the precious vessel,  but as he was withdrawing it. plug,  came a bullet through the canteen.  'knocking it out of his hand,!. As it fell  clattering down the side of the ledge  he groaned: "Good shooting! They've  probably left their best marksman below with the ponies. No hope for escape on that side. Weil, there's some  consolation in the thought that they'll  undoubtedly finish me before I get too  thirsty. Glad it wasn't my hand."  Although  the period he speut  wait-  ���������_ng-for- the-nttack-was -less-than-an  hour by his watch, it seemed to Lan.  The liuuler, allot Ihnnirili the limd, fell  /mill IiIh It tine.  so long that he had hopon Hint thf  rurales would appear In time to res*  cuo iiliii, IIIh spirits rose with the  prospect. Looking nbout lilm nt the  walla, the (Ireplme nud tin* n*d cross,  lio reflected. "I nm not the l.rHt mini,  ���������or even the flrnt white num. Him Iiiih  withstood an iiltncli iu this plnco,"  In IniiiKlniitliiii lie constructed Hie IiIh-  lory of the fori. Here. In ages re  mote, a tribe of Indium., defeiiled nnd  driven to the inmimnliiH, hnd con*  Kructcd nn outpost against their enemies of the plain, lnu thorn* hnd cap*  I ii red (he stronghold nnd .<*i*ili).d it  Igiilimt Ilu former occupants. I-nter u  band of Spanish gold seekers Inul  tnnilt' n kIiiiiiI hen* ngiiliml natives  whom ihey hnd roused against thoiii  by oppression. Or, perhaps, iih IiiiII  rated liy the cross, It hnd afforded refuge to the mission fnl hern, I hone lie  role houIh who Iind fined the horror)*  of the Inferiui-lllu* desert In lheir  saintly efforts to convert ||h lleiidlHh  inllii blln ills,  With IiIh iiiIikI occupied hy upprc  hplislons Lime liiiikell nl Hie rnltle<  snake upon Un* miliuiiio, .vlmsc .11ujj,  glen hy IIiIh time hnd diminished to 11  feeble movement of the tall  "Pour old ranter:" he thought. "I  tvii.1i 1 could spun* 11 ciirtrldue to put  jou uni 01 join iiiim-i,.  At length im I,miii* peered up the  inouniiilii Hide he snw 11 Ih'iihIi oii.ii  ledge 11 Utile to the left or the tfill!  .pilver iih If milled by 11 passing  breath of wind Ue nlnicd-hls Will*  chimin Ihroimh 11 enn u In the wall  ill Ihe Hpi.t, 11 ml  ..lieu n i-icuiu-nt Inter  posed by the side ol ilu- bowlder he  had noted. Crack went Lane's Winchester The leg was suddenly withdrawn, and at the same moment a  head appeared on lhe oiher side of the  roek. as if the Indian had stretched  himself out in voluntary Crack again,  and Lane had _<.t his man  ���������'Two shots to an Indian is expensive." thought lhe prospect or; ������������������oilier-  wise this game ol Up-ja.U would be  very Interesting."  There was a cry in (lie Apache  (unfile, aud suddenly inne half naked  bodi-.'s arose in.in behind rocks and  bushes extending in :m hregular crescent above the tort and rushed for-  wind ten. tifieeu and even twenty  "yards to the next cover. Lane dii not  i-ouiit number or distance at the time,  but be., figured these out iu his next  period'of "waiting from the photograph  Hashed on, his subconscious mlud. At  the.time of the rush'he was otherwise  occupied. Crack.** crack, and two of  the Indians fell dead in itiidcareer.  Crack, aiid a third crawled.'wounded,  to the cover he had ahnosl safely attained. Crack, and an eagle feather  in the head ofj'hu fourth Indian shot  at was cut (iff at the stem and fell forward on the rock behind which its-  wearer had dropped just in rime to  save his life. There was an answering  volley from the rifles of ihe remaining  Apaches, which was directed against  tlie lookout of loose stones from which  the prospector's fire had come One of  the bullets penetrated the opening and  plowed ij furrow through Lane's scalp  loppling him to his knees. He scrambled quickly to his feet and. hastily  pressing his long hair back from his  forehead to stanch the bleeding wound,  sought the protection of the middle  lookout.   He congratulated himself.  "Lucky for me the; didn't follow the  tirst rush immediately with a second.  Now I know to wait for their signal  Six and possibly seven of them are  left, and they will storm., my works ia  two taore attempts.   Here they come!"  The call again sounded.   Six Apaches  leaped forward, and from the rock that  concealed the wounded warrior a shot  rang out In advance of the tirst discharge from Lane's Winchester.    The  Indian's bullet scored the top of the  turret and filled the eyes of the man  behind it with powdered stone.    The  prospector, already dazed by his wound,  fired   wildly   and   missed   his   mark.  Quickly   recovering  himself,   he   tired  again  and  again,  severely   wounding  two Apaches.    These lay clawing ttie  ground   within   twenty  yards  of   the  wall.     The   four   remaining   Indians  were safely concealed at the same dis-  _tance.__pr���������qt_eeted_no_^  cation than.by the loose bowlders i>e-  hind which they crouched for the final  spring.   Lane realized the fact that liis  next shots to be effective must be at  a downward angle and to flre them he  must expose himself.  "This is my finish," hc������j thought, to  himself "Better be killed Instantly  than tortured. I hope all four will  hit me. Goodby, .Tinny"���������crack went  his rifle. "Goodby, Nance" - crack  again.  At thp two shots, surmising thnt tho  prospector bnd shot himself and his  horse, tho"'_Vpncl.es did not wait for  the signal, but sprang 'forward and'  climbed upon the wail before Lane  had hnd tlm* to mount it. Two ot  them he shot as they leaped down  within tho Inclosure. As lie reversed  his Winchester to kill himself with  the Inst, cartridge he noted that the two  remaining Apaches had dropped thelt  rifles nnd wore leaping upon lilm t<������  tnke him alive. Ho brought his clubbed wenpon down upon tlie hend of  one of them, crushing his skull At  the same Instant Lnno wns bortic to  the ground by the other Apnche. who.  seizing him hy the throat, began  throttling him Into Insensibility. (11  desperation Lnno bethought himself ot  the cliff nnd by n mighty effort whirled  over upon his enptor townril the precipice The ground sloped slightly In  thnt 'direction, nnd tho combatants  rolled ovor nnd over to tho very cd-rrt  of the cliff, whoro tho Indian, for the  first lime realizing tlmt the prospector's purpose wns to hurl both of them  *c destruction, loosened his hold upon  the prospector's thront thnt ho tnk'ht  use IiIh IiimkIh tc lirnco himself against  the otherwise Inevitable plunge Into  lhe valley below. In nn liistnul Lime's  linnds were nt tho Indian's thront.  and In anothor turn ho wns tipperim-nt  nnd kneeling upon his foe at the very  verge of the precipice.  Until cotuliiitnntH wero now ilmr-  ninthly oxhnuHtccl. I..U.1V concent I'll ted  -ill IiIh rciniilnlng strength tn throttling  lhe Hiivnge, Hut JtlHt as the ton-u  form beiieiiili him grow lax wllh o������|.  dent iincoiiscloiiHiiess und the lieiiil  fell limply buck, extending over tlm  edge of the cliff, his own hend wn*  Jerked violently backward by 11 noose  ciiHl nroiitid his lacerated neck.  When Lime recovered oonHi'loumievn  he found hhriHolf lying on his buck,  hound IiiiikI uud foot by it Ittrlat n'rd  looking up Into a grinning fnco that  he recognized,  "'...l. I. Mvl.-T'." 1st* K!e",*.<*<1 'Thin \a  certainly white of yon coiiHlderluir the  clrcumHtnticos of our Inst meet lug.  Did you come with the niriilenV"  j "\o; I conic ahead uv 'uiu; In f.ici,  Dlcl. La nu, yon air Jes' a leelle bit ult  1 In ver IdceH nbout which party I belong to, When you cussed nic fer 11  llilevlu' Imlf breed an' run me oft ihe  range nn' tole mo to go to the Injun*,  wiuir I belonged, I tuk yer ndvlco.  I'm whin, you might eni) the rear  guard uv the oultlt you've Jen' been  liitvln' ver Hhontln'  match  with -or I  .    wuy, the ronr guard, fer youve wiped  an  Ap.i.l.e rone up  fro,.,  the ground    ������������������,   ���������|(,   u,Klll(, \Munf\mi.  so  ter 1.**   1  can see Served 'em rl?ht fer detnllln'  1 me. the only decent shooter In the  i bunch, to watch the hoiwes I got o*,ie  I shot In nn It wu/. Well. n������* the l.i*i uv  I llle .nittit I own 11 Hiring of ten ponies.  I All I need now lo set up In l-ii'lt>e*������<������  1 l* to hnve some prim|M������'lor wh������������ h.itu'l  long to live leave mc his leetle pile uv  nud leaped tiiv.iiril ttu* Hli.itcr of 11 1  rock below Lime Iiliii. uud the HUVlige  fell crumpling l.ll,e an c������lio of the  explosion it illie un (he right spoke,  nud a bullet strip I. the rock by Lime's  bead, lie iii.ul.'d lhe kjhii whence  the shut "iliac and i.ul' Uj- ran to another part of tin* wall I'ruin here lie  saw thu u!..i_ of un [ik1.ui..'h tlii���������li ot-  dust an' nuggets an' the claims he s  located back in the mountains Von  look 11 leetle mite like the man It'll  save vailible time If you make yer  dear friend Buck McKee administrator  uv yer estate without too much per-  suadin'. You had some nbieetten  oncet to my slittin' a calf's tongue.  Well, you needn't lie scared jes' yet.  That's fife!- last thing I'll do to you.  Come, whar's yer cache". 1 ku������*w  you've got one herenhouts. fer I font.'  signs uv the dust in yer, pack "  Lane set his teeth in ������ firm resolution not to say n word The taunts  of his captor were harder to Jrenr in  silence than the prospects of torture  "Stubborn, hey? Well. \ve*llNtry a  little Tache persuadln'." And the renegade dragged his helpless captive up  to the thorny sahuaro and bound his  back against it with the dead horse's  bridle. McKee searched through  Lane's pockets until he found a match  "Last one, hey? Kinder 'proprlnfe.  Las' drink from the old canteen, las'  ca'tridge, las' look at the scenery an'  las' will an* testyment. Oh. time's  precious, but I'll spare yoii enough lo  map out in yer mind jes' where them  claims is located. The rurales won't  be along fer an hour yet if they hain't  turned bnck after our other party."  McKee pulled ofT Lane's boots. "It  hain't decent fer a man to die with 'em  on." he said. He then kindled n- fire on  the stone, beneath which, if he but  knew It. lay the treasure he sought.  He returned with a burning brand to  the captive. For the first time he observed the snake impaled on the sahuaro, writhing sun. but feebly. "Hello,  ole rattler!" he exclaimed. "Here'_  soniethln' to stir you up." And he tossed the brand upon the top of the cactus.  Taking another burning stick from  the fire, he applied it to tlie soles of his  victim's feet. Lane writhed aud groaned under the excruciating torture, but  uttered no word or cry. McKee brought  other brands and began piling them  about bis captive's feet.  In the meantime the sahuaro had  caught fire at the top aud was burning  down through the Interior. A thin column of smoke rose straight above it  in the still air. The rurales in the valley below, who had reached the beginning of the ascending trail and were  on the point of giving up the pursuit,  saw the-smoke,'and: inferred that the  Apaches, either through overconfidence  or because of their superstitious fear  of tbe mountains, which they supposed  Inhabited by spirits, had camped on  the edge, of the valley and were signaling to their other party. Accordingly  the Mexicans renewed the chase with:  rlficreas7Rl4vTgor;- ~~   ������������������ *.'���������',T^~^  As McKee bent over his captive's,  feet, piling against them the burning  ends of the sticks, the rattlesnake ou  the sahuaro, incited by the fire above,  struggled free from the impaling  thorns by a desperate effort and drpp-  nofl'on the back of ���������the '.half breed. If"  struck its fangs into his neck. McKee,  springing up with an energy thut scat-  terrdthe slicks lie was''pill tig. tore the  reptile loose, hurled it upon the ground  and stamped It Into the earth.'''Then  he picked lip one of the brands und  with it cauterized the wound. All the  whllo he was cursing volubly���������the  snake, himself uud even Dick Lane,  ���������who was uow lying In a dead faint  cuuscd by the torture.  "Curse such n prospector! Not n drop  of whisky lu his outfit! I'd silt hln  tongue for hlui if he wasn't already  done fer. I must keep movlif, movln',  or I'm 11 (lend uum. I must hustle  along to the mountains, leudlu' my  horse. Up thoro I'll Ond yarbs to cure  snake bite that my Cherokee grand-  mother allowed ine, The nirules will  have to get the other ponies, but some  day I'll como buck after Lime's cache."  A liulf hour later the Mexican guards  appeared upon the kcoiic aud unbound  Lane's iiu.ouhcIoiih form from the sa*  hiiuro, which the lire had coiiHiimod to  within 11 foot uf IiIh bowed hend, They  deluged his face uud buck uud bullied  his tortured feet with the con tent a of  their cniilcoiiH uud brought lilm hack  to llfo, but, uliis. not to reason.  Hlx months later there limped out ot  Chihuahua hospital a discharged patient, wry necked, crook bucked, with  drawn features and hair ami beard  streaked with gvuy. It was I Mote Lnno  restored Id his old physical strength, so  far as the distortion of his Hplno  caused by his torture permuted, and  to the full poKHomdon of his mental  faculties, lie mounted one of the enp*  lured ponlcH and rode off with llio  proceeds of lhe hiiIom of the others In  IiIh pocket to pnrchiise prc.vlt.lon*. for n  return to IiIh prospecting,  Hefore plunging Into lhe wilderness  ho wrote n letter!  Chlhimhim, Mexico.  Mr John Pnyson, flwnntwater nonoh.  -Florence., Ariz,, il, B, A.I  Dimr ,Ia.*lt���������I hnve iiccw slelc and out of  my lieiul In thu hoHpltnl here* 'for tlio InM,  six tnmithM, Jusl iihnut thn timet you all  wero c<x|ic>cithig inn homo I hnd it run in  whli tho ApiielioH, And who flu you think  wim witli them? Itucli MnKei*, tlio half  hrccci thnt I rnm off the iiiiikw two yejiini  n������o for tongue ulllllng, After I hnd domi  for all the runt ho not mo, anil-well, llm  i>lui> 1* t.iij 'tulip, m i������,'.U., ������ ii.'.'.i . *.,,',..'<;  MH.en Imn nmil<������ off with the Kcilfl I hnd  Cllol.'iil Jlint tic*fore tlio light, I ill Komit  buck lo non, nml If he did I'll hunt) 1  around to find 11 liuyur fnr ono of my  clulinii. I don't wnut to K������*tt iny hlginlric,  JncU. I tell you I tUmult ll rich I liul  that Btory run wnli till 1 net hm-k,   Your  !::'.:: ������������������."'*', M,,,,-,i, ..,, <,\,,,,<,������ to ri-rolvi  i.1,00. hy fxiiiofM .ciine |lmn licforo I put  in 11 n mipnaiiiiiio 1 luipe you got th*  fnortffitgfl renewed nt the end ut llio yntu:  ft my fniluni 10 I'Unw up ilien Iiiih caiixal  you trouhle. you'll forgive me, ciid follov*.  I know, iimlfir tho clrcumMiaiic.n, I'll  make It up 'o you, I owe vou ovcirj*  thing You're llm licut friend n innti ever  ttmJ. Th'M'a v.!.,, I -,-., vs. hint 10 you U,  nt������ad of to tiiiclii .llm. for I wnnt you to  cln mn nnothnr fi-lMiill*. nervlce Jmit  UreaU It n*ntly i" K'h" Aiu������ii Mint I'm  nilvi* nml well, tliouiili i>n>tty hiolly ilni*,-  npf������i1 by that .hiicihIh McKck, nnil till  h������r thnt It Whmiii my fauli 1 w������������n't horn*  on Iho dny I promlni'd. Hlm'll fnrglvu mf,  1 know, and M* put lnu iiwhllc* loticir.  It'������ all for h*r ������m*<* I'm mnvtuif awnr.  tllvs her th������ li>tt������r 1 tii<*Un.i<, Vour old  bunkl������, 1>P'K  1.a:������U.  (To be continued.)  COOK ON WEST COAST  FAMOUS EXPLORER FOUND OAN-  NIBALS IN B. C.  WHAT TO DO.  Help* ani Suggestion* For First Aid  to tho Injured.  If your rich uncle writes you on  your birthday, wishing you many happy returns of the day and inclosing  a check for tl instead of for $100. as  you had expected, take your typewriting machine in hand and make him an  illuminated copy of that good old  hyiuu. "Where are the ninety and  uiue'." and send it to him with your  loving remembrance. It may loosen  his cough.  If you are a landlady and you find  your stnr bourder gettiug careless in  the matter of bis bills and paying no  attention ^whatsoever to various and  rejieated statements of account, do not  dun him in loud tones in the presence  of your other hoarders, but await a  .favorable, opportunity to conceal bis  bill on the inside of an apple dumpling, using the same In lieu of the  apple. The chances are that he will  bite as soon as be gets bold of the  dumpling.  If upon your arrival ot the church  fo be married you are informed In tbe  presence of the churchful of invited  guests that the bride elect haa just  He i������ the First British Figure In th*  History  of   British  Columbia   and  He Charted a Great  Deal  of th*  Seaboard���������Natives    Brought    Htm  I     Relics of   a  I .uman   Body -Which  They Had Eaten.  '; On the western coast of Vancouver  ���������Ieland. and about midway between  the city of Victoria at the south and  !Cape Scott at the north, there is a  deep indentation known as Nootka  Sound, shut-in from the Pacific;Ocean  by a large island bearing the same  name. An inner arm of the Sound ia  known as Hope Bay. It was here  that history dawned on the Canadian  'Pacific Coa&t one hundred and thirty-  three years ago. During more than  a century and a half before that time  there had been permanent .ettlement  and organized government fn a con-, , ������������������������������������.���������  siderable    portion    of    the    territory' e'oP*"3 >������"  yp������r P&9* mnn*  do not  Pretty      Girl       May  Marry Rich Mr. Aston  v;-  ���������forming Eastern Canada. The French  regime of one hundred and fifty-two  ���������years;, from the "founding of Quebec  .by Champlain in 16Q8 to the surrender at Montreal by Vaudreuil in 1760,  had passed away, and Canada had  been a British possession for eighteen  years when the earliest explorer of  our Pacific Coast dropped anchor in  Hope Bay. Nootka Sound. That explorer w.iS the famous Captain Cook,  one of the most illustrious of Britain's great navigators, who from the  days of Raleigh and Drake sought  out the unknown parts of the earth  and enlarged the bounds of civiliza->  tion."  .  It was in the summer of 1776���������the  ������ummer following the defence of Que-  bee by Charleton���������that Captain Coold  ������et sail from England on - his third!  and last voyage. The expedition^  which was fitted out by. the BritisW  Admiralty .'for, the purpose of obtainr.  ing geographical knowledge, consisted of two small ships, the Resolution  ���������of 462 tons burden and 112 men. and!  the Discovery of 300 tons burden and  80 men. To-day it would be thought  almost madness for, men to set out  on a voyage half way round the world  in vessels of the size that Captain  Cook, commanded. Although the. expedition sailed from England in the  Minimer of 1776, it did not reach the  ehores of British Columbia until  March, 1778, much time having been  'spent in visiting several South Sea  -jfcutds, ".- including"**'. Van Diemen's  CukT  and  make a scene, but turn pleasantly toward the overflowing pews and. taking a strip of paper from your pocket,  smilingly tear It to pieces and say,  "Well. I shan't need that after all,"  and when the minister sympathizlng-  ly asks you If it tvaB the ticket for  your wedding tour shake your head  vigorously and answer, "Oh, no: it  was my tlcke*- to Reno." When the  'runaway" bride hears of this she will  wish she had stayed and married you  just.-for the pleasure of making your  life miserable.  If you are living in an apartment  house and in endeavoring to hit a cat  on the back yard fence with a brick  you unintentionally hit the janitor on  th*** head do not give way to despair  and fill.-, the balance of the night wltb  lameiitatidus, but smile and be thankful that matters have so arranged  themselves that even though unwittingly you have been the instrument  of justice. .Moreover, by keeping mod  estly quiet about the matter you may  lead the janitor himself into the error  of believing that It was done by somebody else.  If the old maid to whom you have  proposed Just for fun unexpectedly accepts you do not lose heart, but invite  I MISS UADBLEINB T   FORCE.  I  The "two graces"���������that is what New-  York society calls the Misses Ratherine*  and Madeleine Talmage Force, the two-  lovely daughters of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Vorce. The youuger of the-  two. Miss Madeleine*.' has received so-  much attention from Colonel John Jacob Astor that gossip hints at the probability of an engagement. Mr. Aator's-  former wife. Mrs. Ava Willing Astor,  who obtained, a decreeof divorce froun  him in November. 1 POP. now reside*-  in England with their nine-year-oid-  daughter .Muriel.    Their son.  Victor,.  Who is about twenty, lives with hi*  her to go to the opera with you. and   father.    Should   Miss   Force,   who is1  New Zealand; leaving  sheep, goats and pigs'on therh for  breeding purposes. When approaching the coast of thi3< continent.'rough  weather wah encountered, and when  the western coast of Vancouver Island was reached the ships put into  the first available harbor in order  that rupairs might be made. That  harbor was Hope Bay, Nootka Sound.  "ihu ships had no sooner anchored  than they were surrounded b*y canoes  filled, with natives who seemed anxious to welcome the strangers, but  who at first would not go on board  the vessels. The fame of the arrival  of the visitors traveled "far and fast,  for on the following day as man/ as  five hundred canoea gathered about  the vessels, each canoe carrying on  an average, five persons. There wa*  imuch spieech-making, which, of  course, was not understood by Cook's  party, and there was singing by thp  natives, which, relates the narrative  of the voyage, "was far from harsh  or disagreeable,"  Upon bettor acquaintance the natives went on board and then the  white men learned that their guests  were most expert thieves, although,  strange to say, very honest in trade.  For barter with the whites the native*  brought valuable furs of various  kinds, such aa the .kins of bears,  wolves, foxes, deer, raccoons, and In  (articular the pelts of the sea-otter.  hey also brought Vnrmentu mado of  furs, a cloth mado hy weaving tho  fibres of tho bark of the cedar; also  weapons, beads and ornnmepte of  metal shaped liko a horseshoe, which  they wear suspended from their  nose*.  "But," continues tho narrative,  "the most extraordinary of all tho  article** which they brought to tho  ���������hipn for sale wero human ukulls and  hand., not yet quite stripped of tl������>������  flo.h, which, they mado our pooplo  plainly understand thoy had oaten j  ���������nd indeed w>mu of them had evident  marks that they had been upon/tho  firo." From thin it appear* thnt  carmlbaliiHn was practiced among  th������w Pacific Count native*.  Captain Cook and a party from tha  ���������.linn visited Hevoral native villages,  which, iu a ruin, oonslsted of a number of large houses, ouch containing  jovernl families. Tho methods of cur.  jng and drying fish were explained  to the visitors, mats -were spread for  the party to sit on, and every mark  of civility nliown.  In describing tho appearance of tho  natives the narrative stntea that  "both men and women are so on-  'crusted with paint ami dirt that their  ������olor could not pohitively ho deter*  ' . H-l I   i'f . 1 . ,  ,1111111.11.     i nt    iiniuii.i,     itoi/.x     anit.a 1  Ihnve never been stained by paint nr j  discolored  hy smoke.,  am  nearly hi  lair m Ktiropoann,"  Having   completed the repairs   to  hia uhlps Cook nailed away te survey  tho northern eoaBt,    He followed  it  l        PC.'. fl .     I, 1  ���������   I      I, ... ���������  to the A.lntie side. He thus imcer-  talncd the width of tho strait separ-  atlng America from Asia. Although  tho navigator Mehrina, after whom  tho strait I. nnmecl. had sailed  through it hefore, owing te mint and  thick weather, ho had not seen tha  American cciati,  It wan March when Cook arrived  off the count of Hritish Columbia, and  in tlio* following January ha readied  the Sandwich Inland*, and thero in  the following month fto voyaye nf his  life came te a tragic nnd. A number  of hi* crow landed. On������������ of their boat*  wai utelen by native*, and while m-  pitting hi* men to recover it tha great  ftplorer wo* killed.  instead of taking her in a taxi escort  her there on foot, taking care to get  murjlckets In the last row of the top  gallery; After the opera invite her to  a little supper, ordering milk toast and  ice water. When you call at night  take a package of hard gumdrops witb  you, and on departing replace those  that are left In your pocket with the  remark that "we'd better save these  for Sunday afternoon." ������ A few weeks  of this sort of thing will clear the way  for a decided change of mind oh her  part, and you will be freed."--Horace  Dodd Gosttt in Harper's Weekly.  A Strategist.  A gentleman entered the postoflice ln  a small highland town and banded a  packet for registered post across the  counter! *'..'������������������ '  "Wo can't take that; it's not Healed,"  aald the young lady in charge snappishly.  "But I haven't any sealing wax," explained tho gentleman. "Couldn't you  seal it?"  "Certainly not," replied the girl.  "It's not our business to seal packets  for tho general public."  "Ah. woll," said tho gentleman, "I'll  Just wire my friend that the packet  won't reach lilm."  So ho wrote hia telegram nnd handed  It to the glrln Tho measago was,  "Beautiful and chnrming girl In poBt*  ollleo hero will not tako packet because not Healed."  Tho young lndy promptly Hald she  would soul the paekot.-Tit-Blts.  A Faithful Son.  "Why on earth do you contlnui to  smoke thoso vllo smelling two cont  figiirs. Ullklns?". said rinrkaway.  "Surely you can afford to smoko a  real Havana."  "Truo, llnrkaway, perfectly truo,"  ret ti rued Hindus, with a sigh; "hut,  you hco. whon I wiih a boy I promised my mothor that I wouldn't touch  tobacco as long tin 1 lived, old mini,  nnd I Intend to keep that promlso to  tho lant."-4Jtirpor's Weakly.  "Danolng In th������ Barn."  also twenty yeai*s old. wed Mr. Astor  she will succeed to the leadership of  KewjA'ork society, which the Astor  women* have -alwaysTBeIdrand'fcTthe^  splendid Astor collection ot Jewels.  Besides, she will be mistress, of tho-  Tlfth avenue mansion, the Newport  villa and t������e splendid country house-  at Khlnecliff-on-the-Hudson. where Mr.  Astor built a half million dollar gymnasium for his ��������� former wife. The  Forces "a re interested in yachting anil  nil forms of outdoor sport Their home-  is at iil East Forty-nlutb street. New  York. William H. Force, the father of  the two beautiful girls, is a member  ot the New York chamber of commerce  and is prominent in the business world.  Their mother was Miss Katherlue Tal-  mage.  WOMEN'S CLUBS.  Mr. Roosevelt 8aya a Good Word For  Them.  'EftPresident Roosevelt is in favor  of women's clubs. He said so to the  iiici!)!h..8 of the Ladies' Literary club*  of tlmnd Uaiiids, Mich., whom he ad-  dressed recently.  "Tho woman's club," said be, "serve*  a high purpose. I believe in equality  per ween men and women, if tho club.  Is 11 good thing for the men it is a  good thing for tho women, if tbo ciub  Interferes with the homo it is bad. If  the club llfo or you women makes for  tiiiellecliinl development It Is a potent  factor in placing the houiu on a higher  p m ne,  ' "Tlm purpose of'the women's club*  nhonld ba Intellectual development for  lhe tumjouniIter-the mother. Your  children will respect you more if you.  Keep your brains active. Ham tho rc-  ipect of your children by your mental  uetlvlfy. **  "Aftor hnving traveled nhrond mncli  recently I huve concluded thnt Amur*  lea Is tha grin test homo builder of this1  nge. lu our rnto development tho wo**  men are beginning to renll/.o that,  while they perhaps must bear the*  greatest hIihw ut Hie burden, tholr bus*  bunds also must bu decent."  Daughter to Be Hli 8.cre������ery.  Few government employees lu Wash*  (tigtoti wArk harder thnn Id lea bet h U.  Harris, daughter of the ^'preseutative  from Miissschuspits who succeed.,  tiovertior Fuss m congress. Hho is ai>  expert iHiokUeeper. stenographer nndi  typM and will act as her father's sec-  ret'iry. Many members huvo tlielr  wives nnd daughters as secretaries,  but iwuiitlv thev' iiiwci hnvo prnctieiili  ������teiiogrnphers tu Hike up the burden.  Mrs. Humphreys ot Hie suite or Wash'  teuton acts as hvr iiushiind's secretary,  but she in turn h;is a secretary who*  copies letters und addresses envelope*  flhn Mloht Try. end attends  tu routine  work     Mis*  "Although you huve refused to b������; Hnrrls win do everynnuu hhwii ih������v*  my wife, don't you think you coula  loitrn to love mn?"  "Well, I might,   t onco lonmml tn  like Mpluach."~I'hlIndflphla Bullotin.  A BwtM Wadrifncj.  "Thoy hnd several swell function!  for the wedding pnrly, 1 nn.l.������r������ilnnrt.*'  "Yen. Indeed; two prlRctlghis and  a wrestling bnut/'-Dctroit Froo Press,  1 lake a coursw In law at 'he same time.  Doily funis, sister of the senator rron.  Kiuistis, has been his business niiiini  per tor years, ami site Is nii-ounteit  yap ol the keenesi political tnamtgers-  *������t the I'liiiutry,  Why She Wept  ! *a\t*A her why ah* w. pt.  Ana th* iv-������h th������ r*tv*������l*d  r,y UtiLlUiu ut) tioforo ino  An onion she had p������������l������<S.  -Chlcsso New.  Queen Msrv't Own Clefl.  Qnwi Mary hn* n flsn ot tier ������rn������  is well ns her mother te law, ciowngsr  (juwj Atefandrs. Queen Msrr's flnr  farrtea the nrm������ of F.nelnnd with thews*  .t the lots Huke of Teck, When Kinjf  R-sorit* was r.l������������������nt vaty rfeontly her  Hsk wns iliMvii over UstlbotuUgli  rimiM for tht tlrst Uiu*, THE   NEWS,  CUMBERLAND, , BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ' good digestio  Shakespeare  NA^DSr^sPEP^tEETS  ADVANTAGES'/TO BE  GAINED BY THE STATES  They correct stomach disorders; assist digestion, and make life worth  living again for the victim of dyspepsia, ,50c. a box. If your druggist has  not stocked them yet, send us 50c. and we will mall, them. 35  Nat_MU_l Drat and Chemical Campanr of C������_raU. 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He  arranged for a home market by protecting all ��������� diversified industries;  This brought tlie home market, tbe  best in the world. Population has  outgrown production from' the farm  in some cases, und threatens to outgrow it in others.  The American farmer " brought  about the building of the American  factory because he wanted a home  market. That home market is the  best to be found anywhere, because  our people all live well and are all  able to buy the best farm produce-  that is, all- who are willing to work.  It may be said, without much exaggeration, that tlie American farmer  is responsible1 for the upbuilding of  the factory. He has voted steadily  for half a century to give protection  to the extent of Uie difference in cost  of production between this country  and any country that desires to sell  in our markets, Was that right or,  wrong? Was it wise for the farmers  to do that? .There was no market at  home. They wanted a market as  near the factory as they could bring  it. Now millions of people who work  in these factories and in occupations  other than farming want food at  reasonable prices. Who can condemn  them for that desire?  The advantages' that will come  from reciprocity to the people of the  United States will be, first, access to  the Canadian woods. Then there will  be access to Canadian markets for  our fruits, free fish, free trade in  seeds, free trade in flax, free barbed  wire fencing, free trade in horses.  The last will give us a market for  our draft horses in those new provinces that are being opened up. * * *  The people wlio live along the border in New England have an opportunity offered them to furnish fruits  to the growing people to the north  of us, who can not raise them as  well for ourselves. The people  along the line in the eastern part of  the United States can furnish earlier  vegetables than those north of the  line."  Going further west he says *.  "I am finally convinced that it  would be tp the advantage of both  countries for - us to take the export  ���������wheat of Canada, mill it, and send  the flour to the-markets of the world  because the dairymen of the United  ���������States-would-then���������get���������the���������by-products of the mills and as the population ol the United States increases  the dairy ma.ket wil be greater and  greater. We will get these by-products then, instead of having the  wheat go as wheat to foreign countries where tho by-products would he  sold and used to great advantage by  dairymen in those countries."  Not to   Be   Faded.  Proudly young Ton-Kins displayed  the sights of London to his uncle,!:  fresh from tha verdant country. They  visited St. Paul's and tho embankment and tho National gallery and  all tho pluces they cc-.uld got in Ircty  and finally as an especial treat- they  visited a music hall, where a trom-  'bone, solo was in progress when they  entered.  With rapt attention the old man  watched the instrumentalist's liicial  contortions. At the close the audi-  enoo applauded thunderously. But the  old man sat mute. ���������  "Well," said young.Tomkins, "didn't you like HP"  "Verra good, verra goocl, no doubt,"  ���������  Chafed .p^/JcefEs,  B LIS^Eris^c.,  Are your feet* hot,  sore and blistered?  !fso,tryZaii.Buk.  As soon as  Zam-Buk is applied  it cools andsoothes  injured smarting  sun and tissue.  Its rich, refined  herbal essences  penetrate the skin;  its antiseptic pro- ������  perties prevent oil J  dan^erof festering  or inflammation  from cuts or sores;  ���������nd hs healli_g  essences  build up new healthy tissue.  For Mings, sunburn, arts,  burns, bruises, etc.���������just as  effective.  Mothers find it fa_vi!uable for  baby's sores!  ������'-'i������.'.  LOW PRICES IN THE STATES  on  the  Ml Drujgiatt and Storei���������tOo. bos.  Markets   for   Farm   Produce  Down Grade  There has been a decided recession  in the various markets for consumable commodities in the United  States since a year ago, when the  gjeat'body of consumers in different  parts of the republic protested against  the high cost of living in the form  of anti-meat-eating leagues and u by  many petitions to the government at  Washington. The Pioneer Press, of  St. Paul, Minnesota, recently published the following table which shows  prices of various commodities in  April, 1910, and April, 1911:  1910.      1911.  Cornlneal,  per  bush..  Lard, per lb   Cheese   Rolled oats, per cwt..  Ham (whole)   .Bacon   Flour (best) per bbl.  Eggs   Butter (best grades)  .  Chickens   Sirloin steak ���������.  .  Porterhouse   The above statement combined with  the recent prediction of Mr. Patrick  Cudahy, foremost of United States  packers, that 4-ceht hogs would be  the next sensation at Chicago, seems  to point quite plainly to an''era of  low prices across the line for everything that the farmer produces. Reciprocity with the United States according to these facts would only let  the Canadian farmer into a country  where trade is demoralized and markets are falling.  SamBufc  2.10  1.50  .is :  12J.-.15  .17...^  .13  2.50  1.90  .16X  <*m/1  ��������� IS..;  .14  6.00  5.00  .25'  .15-.16  3-.35  .28  .24  .13  .22  .20  .26  .24  CURED OF MHSTiPATOII  Mr. Andrews praises Dr.  Morse's Indian Root Pills.  Mr. George Andrews of Halifax, N.S.,  -jrrit.es:  "For many years I have been troubled  with chronic Constipation, This ailment never comes single-handed, and I  have been a victim to the many 'llncssea  that constipation brings in its train.  Medicine after medicine I have taken ia  order to find'relief, but one and all left  me in the same hopeless condition. It  seemed that nothing would expel from  me the one ailment that cuused so much  trouble, yet at last 1 read about these  Indian Root Pills.  That was indeed a lucky day for me,  for I was so impressed with the statements made that 1 determined to  give them a fair trial. I \  They have regulated my stomach and  bewels. I am cured of constipation, and  I claim they have no equal as a medicine."  ���������t For over half a century Dr. Morse's  Indian Root Pills have been curing constipation and clogged, inactive, kidneys,  with all the ailments which result /from  them. They cleanse the whole svstern  and purify the blood. Sold everywhere  ut 25c. a l������x 2  Not Restricted  "But your leisure class in America  seems. rather restricted." "Oh, I  don't know.. Look at the park yonder.  There, are about as many as the  benches will accommodate."���������Louisville Courier-Journal.  FISHERMAN TELLS  INTERESTING STORY  DODD'S   KIDNEY   PILLS   CURED  HIS RHEUMATISM AND   \.  ������ LUMBAGO  At the Yarmouth Y.M.C.A. Boys*  Camp* held at Tusket'Falls in August, I found MINARD'S LINIMENT  most beneficial for sunburn, an immediate relief for colic and toothache.  ALFRED STOKES,  General Secretary.  Restaurant Proprietor���������"We make  our own ice cream, consequently we  know just what it contains.."  Patron���������"Well, - you do, but I do  not."  Books. ',-  No weighty moral tomes for him���������  That is. to say, no preachments;  He finds his books in women's" looka-  That is to say, in peaclunents.t  Thousands of mothers can testify to the  virtue of Mother. Graves' Worm Exterminator because they know from' experience  how useful it is.  Anybody likes to make out he haa  more money than he has except to hi3  borrowing friends and the tax collector.  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house  Mother���������"Gertie, I wish -you would  stop lacing. Young girls have no idea  what folly it is."  Gertie���������"Yes; but.'remember, mother, a lot of older women are taken in  by it."  T  RY MURINE EYE REIED  3f  Thn best treatise that can ho writ-  ton on how to lnatiago a husband is  a good cookbook.  am  I  flme.J, B,  Un md  STou treat  Terrible Eczema (or 25 Years  Cured by Cuticura Remedies  "I have been treated by donors for twenty-five years for a bad  esse of ec.ertm on my leg. They did their best, but failed to cure it.  My own doctor hnd advised me to have my leg cut ort, but I Raid  I would try the Cuticura Remedies first, lie said, 'try them If  you like but I do not think ihey will do any good.' At this tlmo  my leg was peeled from the knee down, my foot was like n pleco  of raw fle������h and I had lo walk on crutches, I bought a enko of  Cuticura Soap, a box ol Cullcurs Ointment ������nd a bottle of Cull-  down and In two months' use of the Cutlc lira Remedies mv left  was cured and the new skin grown on. The doctor could not  ������wllev������ his own eyes when he saw that Cuticura had cured ma  ���������nd aid that he would ui������ Cuticura for his n-un patients. Rut  for the Cuticura Remedies I might have lost my life. I nm truly  grateful for the wonderful cure that Cuticura wrought. I have  mnnv tfr_ndrl.lbt.fn find thev nre frenn. nt iui������r������ nl fiillnir,. .ind  I always recommend it most highly as a sure and economical  cure iu tkin troubles." (Signed) Miik. J. II Rknaud.  377, Menlana St,, Montreal.  Yon Con Try Cullcam Soap and Ointment Frco  For mora than a feneration Cuticura Boap ami Cuticura Olriirnent  have afforded the ���������ri.fdleit, intent and most economical treatment  for torturing, dlthEWlriii M<tn ami nr-aip eruption., from Mlanry tiiaai-.  Cuticura Soap and Ointment ar������ sold by dru*ci*t* end dealers  *v .rj*wh*.������, hut In nrrl* r thi.1 *Mn miff, rent mny prov������> tli... ftlU-nfy  without toil, the Potter IVur A Chrm. Corp., ft. rnlumbuii Ave,,  Itoston, U. tf. A��������� will send nost-frea to tny addresi. a liberal ������a mril*  0! each, wllh % i.-pata hook on skin health. Write for a *et to-day.  even though you have ttiffered lonr and hopelessly and have loit  faith In ararfltifnt, tor even the fl.it iim of Ciit.-t.ra fl<>*p and Olnt-  tniut ll olfia sufficient to gtvt Uuiant rtllif when all elw hu failed.  nodded tho old man, "bu. wo country  folk cunna bo taken in so easy as all  that. I knew all the time he wasn't  a-swallowin' nl it."*���������Answers.  Tho Dwarf Palm of Algeria.  Tho dwarf palm, which fufnishos  considerable (juantitica of fiber, grows  in great prolusion in Anuria and is  ono of the principal obiitaclca to tho  clearing of thii land, so thickly does it  grow nnd so dlllieult is it to pull up.  Its roots, in shape rofumbling carrots, p.'tnetnilo into tho ground to tlio  depth of u yard or more, and when  its stem only in cut it sprouts out  again almost immodlfttely, As its  namo indicate, this palm is vory  small and cim only attain a certain  height, when protected, an in tlio Arab  cemeteries, for example.  ��������� I.. '"���������' ������������������  Doing Hli Best.  Mrs; Bluoblood-Jolm, who was tliat  man who Just bowed u������ un?  Hluoblooa-Hr���������that Ih my tailor.  Mis. Uluolilood���������Huch ., InRolcncol  You should mako him keep his din-  timoo.  Ulutiblood-l'vo dono my best, my  dear. I've stood hint off now for two  yeara.  ������____���������_���������   "    i^i" .u  Made In flyrln.  Seeing a man wha had it blow on  the head about to bind It up with salt  and caraway noodH, his physician said  to him, "Art thou going to aend down  thin, hend to tho oven to bo bokqd."  v.      1        ������   ������ ,     1 .      r,,       .        r- t\  "���������-imtUtt   U.    _.������MU5������������UIU.|I   W%V*������t4   m tm.tt    *.*w  Pvrlnn.  Strain~_and���������Exposure Brought.,.on_  Troubles That Caused Five Years  Suffering, but Dodd's Kidney Pills  Fixed Him Up.  Clam Bank Cove, Ray St. George,  Nfld. (Special).���������Among the fishermen here Dodd's Kidney Pills are  making a name for, themselves as a  remedy for those ills that the cold  and exposure bring to these hardy  people:" The kidneys are always first  to feel the effects of continued strain  on the body, and as Dodd's Kidney  Pills always cure the Kidneys thoy  are gaining a wondorful popularity.  An example is the case of Mr. J.  C. Green.  "My trouble," Mr, Green states,  "was caused by strain nnd cold.  For five years I suffered' from Rheumatism and Lumbago. I was always  tired and, nervous, My sleep was  broken nnd unfre&hing nnd Uie pains  of neuralgia added to my distress.  "I was in very bnd shape indeed  when I started to uso Dodd's Kidney Pills, but I am thankful to say  that they gavo, me relief. It is because I found in thorn n euro that  I recommend . Dodd's Kidney PiIIb  to my friends." A  Others hero give the same, experience. They were nicked with pain  and feeling tliat lifo generally was n  burden. Dodd's Kidney Pills made  new men and women of them.  Mixed  __ Policeman  (to  clubman    returning  liome late)���������Here, you can't open the  door with that; it's your cigar.  ~ Clubman���������Great���������Scott"! ���������-Then���������I  have smoked my latchkey.  BABY'S  TEARS  TURNED  Far Red, Waak, Waaey,Watery Eye. ass4.  _ GRANULATED EYEUDS-  MurineDoesn'tSmart-SoothesiEyePalB  DiwM. S.B Mwb. It. Immh, !���������������* t-a*_**\.11*  Murin. Er* tahm, in AwttaTnbja. Silk. $1*  BYE BOOKS AUD ADVICB FEBB BY JUU.  MurinoEy������Ra>i������������dyConChlcw  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHIU.  MM.Witratawr'i Booth jno (.VKur bu -max  ���������cd for trcrscSIXTY YEARS by MII.UON8 0_-  MOTHEKB -loti their   CHILDREN   WHILE  lied for trresc SIXTY YBARB brMItWONf  MOTHEKB   tol" their   CHILI  T8_mUN0::.irl.h   PBRPHCT  SUCCBSb,  It.  TO   SMILES  Tommy (after a long, lingering survey of his uncle, who lost an arm and  a ���������'leg ���������while fighting for his country)  ~"1h that why you are oiv half pay,  uncleP"  The well baby is a happy baby-  always cooing, gurgling and smiling.  It is only the sickly baby who is  cross, fretful and cries. The smile  or the tears indicate baby's state of  health. .Mothers, if you want your  baby to smile���������the smile of good  health and freedom from pain���������give  him Baby's Own Tablets. They never  fail to turn the tear into a smile.  Concerning them Mrs. James Hut-  cheson, Morysvillo, B. C, writes:���������  "Your Baby's Own Tublets have been  a great comfort to mo while baby was  teething. He was cross and fretful  hut as soon ns I began giving him  the Tablets the effect was wonderful.  Ho became . a good natured baby  right awny nnd is now big, fat and  healthy. ���������" The Tablets are sold by  medicine dealers or by mail at 25  cents a box from Tho Dr. Williams'  Medicino Co., Brockville, Ont,  i   So Qrueaomoly.  'Hubby���������Wo must go to somo quiet,  inexpensive place next summer.  Wifey���������Groat heavens! Don't talk  so gruosomnly! You know that there  aro no longer any quiet or inexpensive  places except cemeteries.  BOO'fH-58 Urt.CHILD., SOFTENS the GUM& .  ALLAYS all P__IN CURBS. WIND COLIC. ama\  (s th* batt T*_o������dy for DIARRHEA. It U aa*  tolutely htraltM. Be iar������ and aik for "Mm  Wlttatew'��������� Soothing Syrup," and UIm sw otkar  klad.   Twe������fy-������T������OMUa bottle.  ,___������<____________. _______������______.���������___.  AGENTS WANTED 1  To feell Pitner Gasoline Lighting  Systems. No better in the world.  Exclusive territory and liberal commission to live men. Apply Salea  Dept.  Pitner   Gasoline   Lighting  Co.,   Ltd.,  Toronto, Canada.  You Can't Cut Ou(  A UOO BPAVIBJ-, VVVT or  THOUOUUHFIN, but  y\0SORBlNE  will ������Utu Shcm tit psrman.nllr, ani  yon work Sho bona same tlut. Does  not blister or rtmoTt ths hair. Will'  Ssllyou mora it you writ., sj.o. p������t  bottU at d'leri ordoli������-<_,l.oo_UD.r������*.  ABSORBING, JR.,  (or   m_n_ln_.   ._   It boltls. liedun.t Vt.lenM V-lns.V_..  laoe.lt, Hydrotalt, Riiyiur������d Muielts Or Lit*-  mtn.i, Knl-rgtd Qlandi. Alliyt pain qnlcklr  W. F, VOUNO, fcO._F��������� 137 Te/nplf Bt, Springflsld. Miss.  AIM  riiR  wt  Mlnard'b Llnlmont lumberman's frjend  ua.-DlHtnrh'  anco nt  thi'. Btdmnoh and .llvor  ivlwaya  A  Cure   for  Fovar  nnd  1 ll  ..racddo attncliH of fever and airwo, show  hiK dornniteim-nt of tlio (llKcatlvo or������an*.  nnd tU'terlnrntlon In tlio quality nt tno  blood. In tlifiHo athnftiilH l'lirinidw* a ><;ki������*  lublo PIIIh hnvo boon found mont oITijc.  tlvn, nbatlnu tho fovrn* nnd Hubdtilnir tlio  I.KUU In a. fow dityn. Tli uro. aro many wlio  nro mibjoot to Uioho (IJstrossliiK disturb-  anroH and to thouo thoro Ih no bettor  liropnratlon procurable as a moitim or  rollof,  "I hoar hIio married beneath hor."  "Yen; hur husband plays a wretched  gami! of brli]g<s."~-J������oulHvllle Courier.  Journal.  Our idea of noun-body who gots  littlo out of lifo is tlm man who brags  that ho never given In I  "Mra.  that so?  Which?  Ornswid   linn   money,  l'atri or nil."*-Judgo.  ���������Is  CURED HIS LAME BACK WHEN 84  Mr. finrnunl Martin, of Strathroy,  <**!,.������     ,,,,-irMl  lw.nl* vnttru  ni  hl������  l!fi<  Keep Him on tho Jump.  (Harper's  Weekly,)  .Tones���������Do you carry lifo insurancoP  ..wwii���������Yes!   I, have $10,000.'  .lotion���������Mndo payablo to your wifoP  llrovvn���������Yoh.  JonoH���������Well, what kind of excuse do  you put up to your wifo for ljviug.  "All this moral advice given tno a  pain," groaned the elephant on tho  Ark. "Hero I'm seasick and homo.  Hick and Hcnrctl, and old Noah comes  around and says 'Keen n stiff upper  lip.' What kind of nuvico is that to  hand to an elephant?"  Whon Bolnc nwny from homo, or nt  nny rslmnito of linblmt, ho in n wIho mnu  who number** itmnnix bin haloiuunira n  boltlo of Dr. J, I). KolloRst'a Mynwntury  ('unllnl, OhniiKo of food nnd wntor In  Homo Htrnniio plaro whoro thoro nro no  doctor* mixy hrlnir on nn nttnok of  dysentery. Ho thru lias ������ standard r������*m-  ody nt hand with which to capo with thn  dUiiirdor, nnd foronnnt'd bo oan muiwhui*.  fully Hunt tho ailment and subdue It,  The Comforter.  Anxious Old Lady���������I. say, my Rood  man, is this boat going up or down?  Decklinnd���������Well, (din's n lonky old  $10  Tnklnfi  Him  Down.  flforg-1 Grownith had had remark'  ihl.> mior*!'.. with his fmlin/f* in  America ������n.l .m his nluni lo )'.i)Kl'i"|J  -omi'whnt biiiiiitfully compurod tin- art  of <������nt<*rtaliilinj with tliat of notinit.  "Vou (idlowc" he *nld to Chnrb-a  Urookfioldf "lmvo to tnke out ���������eonory.  prupertici*, plnyrt nnd a laru������ eoiiipatiy  whim you wnut to perform, while I ���������  '.������������������������������������It i.t ii... I Uud.-d iin Nw/ York  Aith jiiKt tny piano and a dress suit,  ui-l 1  run'!- ?l.i������wH!"  "I  d������n: sill'."  (.napped  Hrf>okfiHd.  ���������But we don t nil look ������o futinjf  ai our dren wit* an you do in yuur*.'  To tha Scrap Haap.  For the oliiol^Us ciui*������<r Il.trihutiin,  ..uilV in IMl, :xi a liximt uf CteC/KW,  M sum of tSiUftt w������a recently realit**  jd by auction at PorUmouth.  ���������-n,iiCTy. ������..;.������-;;���������������'^^'.I'^xi^^i^^^r^i::.  ^i.Sit.ii^z 'i:uti,;'i'_ "'���������!!::^:iii-:r ��������� - *>*��������� - *���������  oip������*i,  but  tectiiwt] no bonellt from' 'nWlt K������ u������]   "'ICn'moTitlw n������o, mnm Gin Pill������| ��������������� Wanted to Know.  I .nlvortlapd   Mr    Mnrtin   mirchnawl   ft!      I*   everybody   freo   and  w|tinl  in  box.    Tho  relief  which   Mr.   Mnrmii America."  experienced after lie had taken one     "Yes, duko, nf course.  box was bo Rrent that he knew he I    "Then why do you constantly re  had found tho right remedy at Inat.! mind tno that you are introducing mo  Ho used two moro boxtw and in now only to your best people?"  completely curm  j    Wlc. a box, 0 for 12.60.   At nil denl-  i*t. ,     Yt.-.n   Siktikplo if   yn\i   'n'iU'   Na-  tionnl  Hruu A  _���������*.. V., Toronto,  There'* a Reaaon  Tho Man  at the     llour���������"Mtidum,  Chemical Co..  l>cpt.Jr,n ttlf, ���������iftri0 ������������������1(.r.������  i    The  WiMiiult���������"I   didn't  .������nd U'i' a  '. a. s /v A  Tht ���������rltln-ml  din PilU m-da by  (NitloflilDrufaind  Chemical Co. of  Canada Limited,  Toronto, art ������otd  taJLy In Utif box.  i piano tuner."  I    Th*'  Mnn-"r  know  it.  lndy;   tho  : neighbor* did."~Chicngo Daily Xi*w*������.  "Do you una condeiwed   milk   at  your hou*i*."  SUITS  OVERCOATS  TO ORDER  Send for Free Simples ud Meuifi  Formi.  I38BAY8TREET  TORONTO  KENDAltS  SRWI  CURE  \  m        Vf***m   H9f\m.m    C. ���������*������������������������������*%m  *m       fc**������*irf   mtKtm.*,   *w**m.ti m**  iikh VnHit; .Xlli, .VJ*y 5MJ). VJ9  ���������*t h������v# u������������d your Hpavln Ciiii* for a  lonr Mine aad wouWl not brwiihoul It,  Hftr. kllttd ������ Hon* R|.������������io l.y It* ������������,"  OI.R CK\Xt,niOU.  Thai t.lli the wlio!.   Mory,   And  Imnilrn!. of th������ii������aiifU have bad ihe  mint-n(>. Hrn.p in lhe |iaM ������uyr������i������,  For Spavin, Rlnnbone, Corb,  Spllnl, Swelllnas and  all Lameness,  Kendall'* Hpavln Cure curaa *������������  tanithle--mak.t the liori^ tmintt o������et  Mr.ll -aiiJ ttv.i iiiiui. y for tit*- cjwu.r  beeauw It rtuiovf������ tilt ������ama of tilt  Xtmliltk.  ' Kfrpa tx-llle alw������y������at liiiid-||orll  for |S. OooU for man and t*aat. A������lt  jrwir d**If r for frr������ c*>J>y af *tir tK������ok  '���������A Tr .ttlt. Oa Tlt������ Uottt"or wrll. u������,  111,1, IHntll Ct. EikMlarf rails. Vt." '  'I nvu_������������ go.   Wii onkt a iiuatt a.  day, and thf* milkman nnvmcu-a it in  to u can that hold* about a pint."  'I  tgissssjii  mm_f  W. N. V., No. 940. THK   NEWS.   CPMB^RLAim   ggFCISB ' OObMA-lI  w--  . 1 ll  Tne Qiinitoronil 2 by;  verv T .eS'-lu*. *>*���������  'Vl -x iU G U: n > < " ���������  a._> ishtng   Com.'   i  not.or .. i..ft(by������nva.iii_ot &i day.!<&jHKi___8ESSB^  Ter d.ite I intend to imply   to   tiie   ll<.ll. j ������fl  T ii-. nijx'i-  vill u.if  ).!,������-;i������lw ior  1  t-  '���������Cf.ktu ti:ih* to riiMt*  -.11'I'I  K' i.}.lin<'">-  a< iiny appc-.ir  ii>  (���������dii;!*  <j :!i.S.>.\Y,   .Itilv   2'������>>.    H-"  English brothers, __7 au-i IS.  il.isiiv continuous unpluynifiii m,  i'urm. Bonn), lodging n:i l ho.till  j;'ninu*riition. I*. 0. Hi.:. KOS,  Knnuimo. li. C.  The Universal  Fire Extinguisher.  Eucrjzelic representative or  atjents wanted for the Universal  ]'ire Extinguisher. An exvvllcnt  "seller." Needed in every honse.  Apply to  H. j:\COBSEN  COM!'ANY,  Vanconv*-!'. li.C  Apply  to   tho   lt"������. i  ������������������ni.'er or Lano. for :. lioe* *.    t ��������� prisped*.  ��������� co .1 .mil iy.|i,lrii|D ni-.'Oi* tb-* t'TCSborr  t uit.ler Ita wi,������   uu thf* hn.'l-. i.i   and  ���������ip'-site ���������;njv.',ii-. OiKtrjrt.atid df>nc<*ib..d as  i!o\v :    ..<>u.r.;..,<-iuy    \. >. po I  yanc.d  tin; se i b ai*. i 'G ohwina iiotlh   nf the  ���������!t!'l> Cl   .Oliu.r  rl I ll     <'l    >a>v;������-(l   D'B-  i.jf, *lieiu;o ..���������!.* e _ SUrtitin, thenoo  ���������o -oi.th ciu chains, thom-e iluo >' esl 03  ���������tins mor ' Or }���������������s o nigh ua or mark 0'i  a '._. e_ , ths) uQitli rly id'i_ij������ said  itch u> i-looa .if cninniLiib'.-tnent.  ts, J*. Kmaxvki^,  ���������IJ, 1'uiE.sr, asront.  Dn*������d this 2S.}_ day of Mar.h, 11)11.  NO I'ICE is hereby give" th-t 1*50 iUj u  her da e I intend ti> uputy to tbo Hon  iiini. ter of Lnvds fi r a liccns; tn pmspt:ul j  '''>i C' nl and t'Oirnlciim i.i)dt-rthef>>liowinj  'esc*ilu d lands silu.-'.o iu Siiyiard Dint, 1$ 0.:���������Co.iitneimirp nl. a p'.st plant  e.l at tbo northeast coriwr ot Timber Lta el \  \'o 47, on i'e  hmik of   t'aw _ hell , iti vol*,   to  if  th.-r.t (��������� due n< uih 77 Iti uliHins n..>ieor les������ j K,  :���������> thn snitthi������j_8{ti corner   r-t snid   Ttmln'i-! _t  Ltatso No-17 utid (J.ruuitin   llktr   Iudim |  s^^s������i5S_^"ig!S^SSir^S  ^������^^^^-^Vl������+^S������i������^5^  maVJxn'x*-^-'*-^-*-'''  LIQUOR  LICENCE  ACT  (Section 49.)  NOTICK is hereby given ihu. ���������m the  22nd chy of July, 1911,   appVainni will  be made to the Superintem'.i-io of   P10-  ' vincial   Police   for   the   traiisler i.f the  license fo** the sale of hqucr oy ici.til in  ,'tsid upo:* the   premises ki'rwi*   ns   the  J'on Auy U'i.i Hotel, siluatc m Cmoox, in  (,'iiinox district, in the Provuui* ������������������!' Shilish  Columbia, from   Joseph   15.  lloiu es, of  .-.nd Coinox, to  John   C.   CIn 1.-lire,   of  Morlhbend, in the said 1. rovim <-1.1'  Hrit-  .hColumbia.       Joskph B. I'oi.mi-:?,  Holder nf license.  JOI.N C. Cl.AKI N(.i;,  Applicant b.i transfer.  i 1 serve, 1 Insure .'i:������ wrsi8������! t'hains, tbenofc  Jno west SO thaiua, thoucu dm. nuth SO  jhiiius, tlieuuo dne east SQ.liHins to plaou oi  'j.jmmtne.iiien'.  rtlAttiA Jane Puikst,  I.. Priost, new*  Dafred thin 28th day of M ...-h, 1911.  _.OL'I0I_ i.-t h.reby fjivtm tb.r, 30 diij.  attt*r date J intei.d to apply 10 t.ie Hon  *>1 inifctfi* of Li ai. i'or 11 lio.'..si- to piMHoeit  for Cii'-i! ������������������ n ljii'trolenn*. under the following  d-aeribed hnd-* sttu'ite tn Sa>*nrd District nml being the Campbell Ui -������r Indian  Reserve: Commencing ut a pobt..ituate > 11  .lie b.iuk of C'amwbeil River m.it being tbo  north 1 est corner of said K<<_tive; theueo  daa south 25 chiins more or lea. t'> ino  siouth'wes't Horsier .it ������uiil B aeive*. thence  d it ead GO oh id .b to sea ch; tn. uce noi -  thedy anil lotilivvertsily aloat; tea bench  ain Campbell Biv r t> p'.iico ot cunimeneo  u ent. ������������������.__. I'r.tKST,  Dited tbis '28 h day i.f Much, 1911.  Vk  1  61  Notice.   12_JJ.)_LLC_NOXl������1L_ii__i}_?::__!_.L ������'!___!  NUTICfi i������ l*eivby givati ihit at ilu-  uext nieitincr ������f the IlO'iid of Licon������e Coro-  ini.i-io' ers of the City of ������������������nubevlH' d, 1 ��������� r_S  intend to app y for a renewal < f the h. t- \ jpy  el license held by me for the Oni-iborland' ""  Ho'tl. iitnatrd or. lot 1, block <������, Cum'. r-  land To.itjsi'e.  WILLIAM MERI.lFIELl).  Dated tl is 15th day of May, ;911.  t*  th.tl on and after July   151,1911,  it   shall  be unlawful ior any  horse,   com.  ra'tle,  s vine, .beep or yo.us to run at  hir;;<_ or  feed upon the publii. streets, lane-, :������l eys  c- tinfenccd lots  or lands .v'rhi*.. -Ve city  1'mils, except milch cows, whir''. ������;hiill be  ���������'Unwed to run at larye from .evi*1 ..'c.loch  iii the morning umil ei-ht n r h'. I.* in the  nfterncin of e.*n:h day,   MiW-h 1 -ins must  he kept closed in from  ciyhi   "V '>ck   in  (lie afteniijon until seven oV|,.H.   in  il:e  mornin;.;, nnd all bells removed fi*i 111 ihe  co.vs at hi|_hl, subject to the pnn't 'ionsof  the l'rnmd Uy-law.  By order of the City Cutiiin!:  ������.      A. MeKiNNpN, CM.C.  City Hall, June 131I1. 1911.  In'OTIOE i-i hereby aivo-o Hnt nV the  ~iiextni"t.-*tiiJg"of"thij" Boat d~- rf���������L c-"rr  Comn-isstO'ers nf the Gilv of Cnml. 1-  lniul, I ituuod t^ pj), ly tor 11 reiitwnli 1' t-1  wboloHRloliqnop iiojii*������(* held l-y 1110 ^il  uateii "ti lot 12. blook G, Cnmlv.l.n,: I w,  icwiisiie.  ���������   JOHN  MAR')CClir  Dated ths IHth d*iy id' Ma v. I!)ll.  NOTICb.   i.   hereby {/iveii t,'al, at ih    f������  next ii-but.ng of tho Uoiiril of l.ico w 0 11:   ^  miu-innon. "( Uie City of 1 nmb r nnil.  I j'  ii tend to a plv for n renev al ot the- hot  el 1 ceiiFO hold b. me the Way. rl>  Ho- (d, hi tu 11 ted ou lot {>., bloc'.- ii, Cumin 1  linul.'ilownnite.  YlikTZK DALI.0S  Dated 'hii. I.")th day of Miv. Mil  10% BONDS 10%  An   Attractive   OfTerin  for q Short T^rrn  Investment.  cr  Wo can ofler tlie'courcrvative  investor for a short while only  au opportunity of plnciu^ liis  surplus ftuuls in :i hij_;li ������*Jjiss se-  turit) bcftriiig a rate ol' interest  oi ten per cent.  *������-*'������ii ������������������������������������������������������������__��������� ��������� m 11a '  Only 150 i-i' these fo-tvi-rtihle  D'.-lientuie*; at a pur viilm.* of 'moo  c:\:A\, available.  Do not gamble in .storks',  .sl)'P'������s nnd oli..,r form* i.i* spveu-  l.tiion, "nut jW'Ki-Vr wln-n* your  lirii.uipal anil 'interest i> seen red,  V'uiTi-; for i'ui'iher par h.iil;;ir.  of Lhi*; jh>itil issue \vlii *ii In par-  'icuiarly .Mttri'Mvc ui iuvcs'ois.  Vjoiiijj'. .iiiplu-aiion is lu-eessary  iis ut'.:i;bi:r is liniitcd.  'cyiiiiia BiiffliaTii.3,  Vancouver < Mtlee:���������  1    1101 Dominion Trust  Building.  Vancouver, B. C.  ���������'N0TI.:l<; ts horohy. Kvon tnut n't, ilu  next meptiiiR i.f tliu Board of Lien bp  C'ominis.ionots oE tlio Ci y of I'utuber-  lnod, I. inioii'i*' ti ������������������ pijly ior 11  mnnival of lliu iidt.cl hetn.o hi 1.1 by mo  fi r tho Nisw .Iflnslu-'.i Hotid, li'iiatn! on  ti'.c "oiut half >l' Im ;>,, i, ui, _]c:;)( CimiDt'i**  land V>>-.vi .il**,  JAMKS A'vAbTKltH.    |  Diiod th.H l/i li thy 1 f Mn-, lilll I  att.m&mm,,mn.i*fmT.*.m,.ti-imm-,.imimt.MMitmmmttnumi.-u I  NOTIi.'K i. hui-nby (tivou tint IU, the  tn.'xt nici'l.ii'H uf thn I ion rd ut Liu'in.oO.iii  iniiHH'i) ru nf ilio t;ity nf ihiiiilKii'liiiid, wt.  intm d ta npply t-r n un.i-w.il f th.i lio ���������  r-i Ho'Iino hold by uh fur ilia V������������._.l >n<i>  Hotol, I'ilii.itinl on lot Ti bloolc',), Cumber -  land Tim'i Hi'..*.  WILV/VM h DUAMHER*}.  Duti'ii thin 1011, .!;,> of Mi.*,, 11)11,  __aE_____p.;_zs^^gs^^  !_r.  .   >1  IHU  li IM l\ Pill  u  ���������������T*.  n������.*tBlmM'J+mmr^a*m.-#m*W*^mm,mU f. ^ *?* ^^.^l^lf.'fi'f!!? " "'" '   "" ^ '"'''"   '   '' "           '    "^*"  HAY WAH I.) i.ANl) DISTRICT  SPAT  The TAILOR.  tVMmM''UH'>.i/  M?/aim.aamr.w-trwn-rrw*a*>*t*rMV<at  I  CLEANING, PRKSSIMG  and Rl'll'AIRING.  ������n������M*irMJnuMY������r������v������/pfifi_i>Mimin>i ���������T***nt������tM������n-m*nm\wm  lmCidil&&9 Work   - ������������������- ��������� 11 . _  ic.Utl. J?, 1. liurt-uy ijjiVi'ii   Un.   ul   t!u* ,���������������������������*���������"*��������������������������� ���������������������������<���������������������������������������������������<������������������������������������-'���������������������������������������������������"���������  in xt 11,m ti'ijij <if *l*i.t It ;it'.i .-I I'.i;. iifit ('inn  '  n.'i.'joi oim I'i.' dio Cry ��������� I' Cn'iilnniiinl.   I j ���������--������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������-������������������������������������������������-���������-.  iil*,',>d In tpp'y lulu iouif-.il u'f tii������ nliul -  .���������m������ Iiip...i* hiiot,*... Iii-lu Ly in , iii.iiAU'iiuu SAVWAITJ? LAND DlKl'MUT.  it.-, li l)lui.'c lfl, '(.'uiiibtiil'iul I'liun'ti, Dhitriol of Snyiviird.  ,.,,,,,,. ...      ,���������. lAKH it'itfco'hn-(iiMir(,'u lii'lo/Mtir It..  Dutod iIiih 1,'nli ii.y "f Mu., till .                .    ,       ., ,. ,,,1 1    i                                        ! iniunt'in, ol V.tii.'oiivir, H,<'..   nii'i'liiuili;.  ..,,!',,..,,., ,        ,���������        *   1      **,""        , ; ini.iidK t'iiipplvt'oi*p.Tiiil*i'i"ii titj inwliii.i!  ���������N < > I K .K i.liiivliy u, v. 11 Mm lit tl >M    .....     .      ,'     ..   , ,     ,  t,ln< li.llnwilJff dcH'.i'|lii*<'  .UIiiIm;  ('ui iili'lic.i u nt 11 pust pliit.ti'd   tl, tin.  ,   _     ��������� ,   .  .       ,   ,    i.S(inilr.*.o.v. I'uriiot'df lot B*)tij Ihi'iim. tidflli  (''nd to npply fur 11 fur *n nf'in tiin >.���������!_,,   , ,, .,���������.*.    \.....    n  .  ,      '' / ... Ml cluui h. Uu iii-'t* tvii.t   /���������'  I'hn'Mx. llnMifi'  H!ilnlif|iioi licon.o lii'id ny  m ,   htii.tci  on lot, 12, blntik 7, On nl. iruml I'n.V . It.i  I-RANK m 'A V A It DO,  UMnd iliiM ICth dny of M.y, Mill  ui. i* in).'of iho It.uc d nf I.iu.nmt i.ohiiiii*  ;u.i. ������������������ i ul th*.   (.iiy ol'( iiinhi-rhinil, I  in  ���������*i* it' 0    i'.-1)   1  I      ,.-  i.u ,(!.. I      i.l  .,    I.I'  t ' t ���������  'III    il   II  NdTIOK Ih limMhy nivcii Hint in. tl.o;  11. xl lii';.tiiiif of iho Hurl ol I.icom-o  IVitnniiHiiflKJiH of tlm (.'ily ol C"u������x.Ijoi*. |  l..t, I ml nnd In iii'oU I-i n rein wul of i  tlie ivli*.ln>*..ln l|.|,iior ll.-oiii'i* hi'lil by iim. j  . : .. ��������� .; . :. ������������������ I ", '''.'":- ". i'i" i..''.-i i.'i :  ',.'..i< uni ���������!',  VK 1  j H'.ulJi HO (iluiuiri, thi'iioit oait 7fi chti'ii*. t  , |idir/l of _oiiini.iii!.!riioiit. (.'u, tiiiniuir Uao  I nuics vim 0 ir k. M.  '��������� liKDIUII'. IiiaOKMi'lill   ItlMllllTn*:,  ���������   " lliifn'il Un tv V,ii>.uiux, niiiiit.  ii.,i,, 1 M. ftt ������iin   I'll)  HAYWV.KD IdNH  DlsTltrtri'  ������ .  1.  I'.liNOUA.  I'-ll  Di-liic ft' S*ivw rd.  ;    'I'AKU NOTK'i: mn rnlrick Wiilimt  '��������� U< Ii.t ciin-i..   .1'  v,���������,. uvm*.   II <:., Iiw  1 idi.ru, i iti'iidfi to iipii'y fnr pi'riuii*--i t. wj  ^  ./ K\ hVA) 'JM-IN IJ;..US '.iddiwm.d to ,th'-  ���������' nml. j--iy-ii.nl, mi.1 ein-lor fit "Tinih-r  for I'tililic il.iil.iiiitj, iti v. Ui -ilo , ll ('<>,  ivill bo i.i*i.ivi.'d uu..i'l,0U l',.\i., Mundit,.,  July 1.4, 11)11, for llm ooiiMtriunluii* of 11  I'liblu* Hiiil'lin.. ut Kovul toki. i*,0,  1'iiinH, Hpouiiicution mul   f. nu of   (mmi-  tt'iiui uiu bo ni'i'u nud forni .of t������.tiiku on  tujiud ut t,no (illi(.*cot Mr, Win Uiii.Oi-im.ii,  I Hi/bid ..nl, Ann ioici, V iu ui*iii, I'.C,, ..1 tlu*  I'iMt nili..*i',   Hi vi-IhciiKh,    Uml  ut tlilH Uo.  I'.llt 1)1011',  *������������������ I    I'. 1 Mien ti.-".'de inn fin1 uoiiiif-d'l'it-i. (i*ui.l  Ul'-I ���������.I'll lid, Ik> I'llilHid.i'l'ii iitao il lIllnHl  Oli  **-   I 'III' pl'lllfO.I    III   1)11   Hlljlplil'",     ill ll     Hi(|l|l.ll  J wilt ih' ii.,i'c|t!iil 'ij.i. 111n.11; Hint, nu Ui'tir  j (K'(;ll|i;ill.illfi llll'l |i'|,l!lln III    I'i hi,'I'I.I'I', III  I ill!'   .'I'i: of lll'lll'-, til    1.1) lllll .Itflllll'lrr, till*  ii-iHI'lJ nf till! n.1Ui.|jlPl .11 lllill pll.Oi. of (OKI-  >.i'.,iH i,|'i'iiii)i liilia.l.. r ol Hin Ui'in uni t It..  i;tVil),  Kiimi (.'Midi r uiii'1.1 iv a. i). iai.'U(.ii'd l.y ro.  i.o'ji'P'i.'i'l ci .. Jim . 1. 11 fli.f'oiiil li'.tilr, t'.i; ���������  11i.l1; in 111' iimIhi* ul tlio Hunt .ui'.1,In ill.  ,\ii. ii i.*l i I I'lll.; i : \V  I'ii', ''.|'lU   -n wn \i t  ��������� iiiit (it) p.c.) ��������� I' I. i: .liiO'iiit nl' llm tmnl.'l,  ivliioh ti,il i.i. I'oii.ii.oo i; i .oi i'H.ii.i. U'lin-  ��������� I'liiK ilt.. I 1,0 1.1 n (it III,(1,1 1 (ill 11',otvil 0  .ul o.l i.p 11 i,u .lo Mi, nr 1 .1 li  ii,jiiii.ih'li  5M! uni-..  'I .11   I'lU'ili'l III]'.      II t'10 li.li lll.'l* i'i  nol H ropiml .hi' unoi|i|.i ill I li.i itiliilllud.  ' I'f ll l,).'|'ili',|lH)llt IIII..H IIOI Illlll I Mill IL  IIUfl)|l| tho KlWihl ul' Hliy tOliltfl.  By nrlcr.  u. v. i..i_--*.iwi.i.i;'..>,  .*> 11. t :ti y.  Ji ;  t  , (V1.I.I1,' Wnl.il.  I.i mil:, .llli.t* V!l, Mill.  Ni i'H|i.|������'i_ ������i',l imr, lit jx..l for thi* ������  f..'|..   ii y Hi  on' o .:  *,*mf-mt.m....**m,mim  -HAYWAUIJ h:\HV 'DISTI.J0T.  Mititriot ol Snywitiil-  TAKK iiitifi* IhinSiniiity lliviHinnti, of  vuni oiivcii', li <-'.,   iiihInvito,  iiit'iiiulH tn  IIUMly fill*  |.i-rill;������iNK'll t' l-lll-olillHU  llio fob  liiu'iiiif (U'liii ibed liiiuUi;   0. iniiu'iiflnii "nt  11   pout, plli'-tfil nt  Iho  rt.iiilli������-of.t oni-iiei' of lot i"5.'i ihonco wmth  SO c'ldi'.f, tht'i i'i* *n* t 8D ohidiH,  lh noi*  ir rli. HI) oliniim, tinmen xnnl ������0 oliini-,  t  On'., rf n nililionnoillllllt    l!Olllllil.ill������   (III)  iKinm, inom m* 1*'M*.  .SlIlNI-.V llH.'.SM\M,  Hob rt llonry O.iu.timt. iikohI,  l).t"dM;iivh!)th, 11)11-  tt      _    ft-   r*'  1**-'  f   '^'^aAiIWi  saVwahi) lano distuiot.  I J>j. Irk'tof -**������iy������v������ 1).  'I'AKF, imtir-o ill-it Ntiuiillo   .loioph, nf  Ivoiti'i'iniii   if Ilicy in ril ltv,illii..l. until- , Vi,iimiiivi'l',    H. ('..   H|-uiMnr, inifiiili in  IViHirict of Snywuvrl.  TAKK N.0T10K th-.t' Willium  CnldWi'll, 01' I nnuik, Out., niiniiii,'  nun), iiiioml** to ujiply 'for jicnuis  i-iun to |)!U'chii**u thii���������-fn'lInwiiig du*  yer Iiini IuihI. :������������������ Oi)i"i-iii*u!iicinij[ ut w  post pinnicil nt llio nnrlliwi*. 1 corner  of hot -IfiO. Uiirriuyioii Hue, ��������� Sny-'  wui'd Di.uioi. iliciiee I'ulliiwitifr the  iiortii luiiiiidnry o[ 01 >).K) c.iHUrly  for ���������!() (iliuins. tliencii north i!()  cliiiin*-, il'diici) wot! in tlie ."lnno lino  iIiuiich fimslii1 esltrly uia) fo low inn  ll iikIkhu Ii 1.41 in ilio point, of coin**  11 ^"icciiu'iii. I'onliiiiiing Ww limn 80  uciO".        Wi 1.1.1 AM. C.\l,l>Wl.l.h.  .) no,  .MiiDiaiti, iv^ont  l)ii!.!il l-Vdi. 2Sih, 1011,  out. ir 111 *..!!���������  I> p r 111.nt.  i-i- .11.  1, ,in"t... ,1 ������* i|..-i.t. ;.i  .'  the  In-. .��������� . v li '     1 \f'f (i .ill   1. ... *  ��������� ���������"   ��������������������������� -i  1 'in"a:  I. .������ n \. , >.   .   In ti ���������   hi" .v   't  ���������llflilt".   t()   plt'U'    'if ( 'i lOIOIM'tlt' !|(  y.Aitu J..*.i:    r i.'i.  i������ I*i ��������� r    1 rnr������" t  P������rril thi.2Sili'l������j ol M*i*li. 'W:!.  .bo.  liilli.;  ��������� .1 ill  bil'l*-  1'i-t.ii  "-   ,V*    1  L-)lialii  If.  .; i- iii'*  ��������� 0111 h   ll'.  \n Ar! in \he.   Nkw.;  ���������s.    Try ii.  \v-j  !    ;'.    III." I  llll'llll      "0***    *)()    O'lflilH,    MO    II'    tlil.t.il    till  oh 11 m to plii''"' 'if ��������� oi'iini" iH'iiii'iit, (..oiit.iin  i 1' FiTlli r.n, inn*' i-r l-������ ,  I'ATMICK WlM.HM l.fM.i*. C.'l.AUK .  Ko'. r  5U. ry cli������������Mit, ..^'' I.  Ik\m*l Md'cjh nth. ������)������M  luids:  :.*    ^It    j  ��������� |.������* 1 Kll j  til'  lll'li , .urnm-m���������m.  !')|liilt'l,   I  Il; VOU WANT (U������0|J  PU IN'TlNG GO TO Til'*".  .YH'-VS. 1'IKST-Ci.A! S WOKK  npply I'i i- imrmiittiiui lo piindinmi tin* fnl.  Jnwiiu; di'.'icrilii-il Imid-c,  ('"lionnoiiiK ftt ������piMt planted lit Iho  SdiitlniiiHl, otiriioiof I'd ���������r'*l"> Hiinco north  Wl.'i, |.. , Hinu. i own Pi I rhiiili*1, thniuni  .(���������..th .'il) oh.in-, tlm-'fo wimv H'l rhuii".  (.. Ihu 0 .ii.t of   I! Illllll'l' IMiIlOnt,    001)t;lllf  iii^ ''������*H)  (ii*- nvrn nr lowi.  Kankiti'. .hwr.pii  SAYWAU1) LAND DfSTHiOT,.  IJ ptiiot of W ywnrd.  TAKK _.OTICJ. thnt AmIi r Kowlmd  |{ti.l,, of'Vnnoiiitwr, B.C. tnn.ripor,- i.^'i.t,  t'ltoiiilB tb.iipjily fi>r puniiiRsinii lo p^ro'iivi.  tliu I'dlowini! dornuilii.dloitlH:--C'tiitinoi 0-  in({ (u 11 ui^t phiiiM-d nl. iho *" iillii'iiKl*' tor-'  111. r fit Im. n iii, 0.1 ihu nml ll boo.nlury of  1 11 i.17, thouo* noith 81) oluinH. thenco  I'ltit 75 cli.ti'-H thonqr ninth 80 oliaiiiH,  thu. 0 Jut's 711 ohuiiih tn p'i;ul of milium'iioo  nifiit, cfiiituiiiii.������ 1100 iicri1'', ninru or, Ichs.  AllTIIUIt ItOSVIiANU 1/f.HT,  Uiilioit lltuiry OlitHtiu 1 iijiiin'.  Dated March 7H.,.11������J1*  SAVSVAUI) I.AM) I)Fs'l'kH'T.*~"  lliHlrict of S ij ivnv!,  TAKH N0..IK.H tImt. Sum u'llII'lKHiinn,.  of Viincoi.vi'i*. II.'!,, miulri.'.it*, iit 1 *������iit|i* 10  npply lor ii-.uno.ioii '0 piiiohnmi ilio fed  )o>' I u dimo ibi.'l hind !-������l.'oiuiiif iuuii(i ut it.  pi Ht plnn'ii I nt Mm until li ��������� r������ t coriuir nf Ind  Ml): Ihonaoiuiit 1(1(1 oliidiiH, Him on .uidv  ���������III ohuiiiH, llioncii wn-t 7H oh iii h (more or  io...*) tlii'iioo north 6. uiiiiiiih, ihc*'n*i������ west  H.1 oltiiiu., tlioiiott 1 onli fW chniiiH to 1 pi t  of ijoiiinii'iificiiiniit, (iiiiiliilniiiir (100 ikuch,  niOI'OOl'lOiH, K..MUTI.  llr.ASMAN.  Iti)h������rt Honry Oli.H.mit, ti|,oiit  Hiitnil Mnmh8t.li, l!)|l.  SAYU'AHD LAND. MSTIUCT.  District of Snywniil,  TAKK iioiioii llutt I'Vuiici).*. lir n (fiiniii,  ���������"IfoiifW V Itrniiifliiov, fif Viiiio.ii.vi"-.  U if., Inlfiiil. to mudy for porni^Hiou 111  purohiiKO (ho following (Icnorilifil Hnd -.���������  (louiinmiuinft ut a punt plimtnil 40 oli.;iiin  wm.tiif (Im -.ritithuHt corner nf lit lilr,  thiiitofloii'it I'JO oli'diiH, .licmtii mtiiMi   -It)  i.!.*:,.,,   '.Ui.-.; .....t    !_'.    1!; .*.".".     D '���������"  north 10 chiilnii to point nf wii iiuhio intsi' ,,  ooiitiiininu 4H0 notOH, more nr htin,  Kii,i,v/;i'.m riiioiuniAM,  Hubert Henry Ohnntiitit,nfff.*i)t  Dntod Mnroh Hlh, I Oil,  "WootL'o ShqflyMiyi^  Cl aW mamaA        f*   WW am am  am ������������vft. jtm.vvbm.tv j;  _7#J!���������'*,_. The filrml llnolM,   Av������m../������.  JViS/_/>  '**/ Ti������u.ittiiil.'iivlK-JliU-'itlm v.li.i!.)  1  !  ���������A,^r_'l("'vlll|f'  Hyrtflll,    lli:il,ii.l     ;i  ',  ���������on. D.'hlUtti, Mentnt nml itrniit ll'n. *���������*,. in,  yitiintrnnu avxtifilM'tdhitfn*, lUiiiaitluitt., >:,  >  ,    ��������� ��������� vwUirrhirii,i)inir,S',rtn (if .ilhiiHinr I;'���������������������������<'. ,.  Nankttis.������"wi.pii.' . i������r|������o������iwrl..i*.i.|xf<ire*i. iiiiawillplfii^*.!.*  1. ..,.._������ llin.v Riw..tn>_*   t nt\n*    wil ������"llt..   Hold by all U.H������ri'l_t_������ in liinili.l i\  Itoi;i'rt iii my minting. 1 i,<*n..    ,..|n  k   0[) m,(J*.lt ot ,lVh.iU <v,.(��������� piull. Wfj  t,.t '������,....   Till. I'Jtl tniiffe.lme.  Tlta <WoodMttdlclna Co.  nu  .mill,     (VO,  l^ll .*������_,,-__J.. 11/ ......... -r...._..._ tlm...  I  v/nrineWy W.ne.wrt  Tcircnf-HOrtn., ���������an\kmH'^*'*an<*^'Wmtrv*-,**,'tt.i������*mma*r,m'i"������'��������������������� "-wyw mt*������rn'\*m*}.*awe n  FO���������  APPLICATION FOR STORING WATER  (s ) Thn pi ice of tho p'-oponed resirvoir  for s'.oritg O.im'ix Luke, B.C.  (t.) Tip means by vh'ich it is. proposed  to sumo the water   by a iLia. at   outlet   of  LiUn. ��������� ���������  (u.) The area nf tho reservnir   site   dr  Bit s at each f.iot in deuth above the outlet, i  SOOl) ncrea.  (v.) H.iw is it p-opo-0'1 to h.cpiir. tho  liiinlacco. a*y for tne yuipose Uy purcha.no  if n cessu-y.  (������.) A.upiO\i nulely the numbar of ncre  foul, int.iudsJ. t ��������� be iaipnnncbd 1.0,000.  (x.) AYieiliar it is prv-Jiisud to Ktwer tho  Whti-r in any iiiitiuiitli'-ieor s!_.niiiui;boily  ol wii'i.'*, nnd. if ������<>, tli.*u���������  1. T.io iuuitj:p;i.-jd extent u������ tho lowering Nut lo ���������ver."1.  5_. Tlie menus propostd to he lirloptud to  JoAor und iviill ������     3. TUe u'uiiro uudoliurioccr, in detuil,  of th . worl-3 propokd to ba oo__triio.ul io  jiiovi in for t:ie disuliarijo wid p.miing l)in.k  ot the wn er l������y eonu etc d.iin with i-egi.-  htinjs giHirt coiitrollun. u.e di.ohurgc.-  [S i;.������i.tun>]  Wl'i.lilSOTO.V Coi.UKKV COMPANY,   LtV).,  W. L Gouusox. (jiunral y\ mii^r.  (P.O. -d.ivss) Viu.oiin, it.C.  Jun.ai.iy Ilith, 1911.  _ <$>���������   ���������   WATER NOTICE":  NOTICE is hereby given that an  application will be made under Part  V. of the "Water Aot, 1909," to ob-  ta ii a .ivjo .ot; m in. 1) iia.o* of C in.-x  JJiS r oi.  (a.) The nnme oi Company in full:  Woll.n*,*-. u "J. 1 lery   i. :mpt..y.   Loin oil.  Th.'hcui 'tibia Viotorin. II G.      .  The cip.ul, h w di'i.e', .howum  a mount ^,il tin 8*. 0i 0 U000 .hvided i..t.o  ������t 1,000  hares cf$Ii:i> m) .ucti fu-Iy |iii'ln_  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No      i  (b.) The name of lake, stream or  source (if unnamed, the description  _-) P.inllu R' K.'er.  (,c) The point of diversion:    At a  jioi t ..liO.-e the la'-i-i on   Uio   Pi-iuitm..  Hiver,,C'������iiio*c Di t.tiot.  (d.) The. qunntity of water applied  for (in cubic feet per second):  (570.  (c.) The character of the , proposed  wo i. : t i nei-dii ���������; o -* (.. ij<iw-. t������o ks, a...i  oleo'rie work., at.d pl_,u. a d other maclv  ii.ery iiud (."lr-'tfiiielieeii mee-saiy foe pr..-  due u^ pmvir.  (f.) The premises on -which the -wa-  ���������tcr-is-to-bc-need-fdoscribB-fiameJ'.-On-  -ti- in di- vi init     f fin \V 1 iiii,'f.'n ' old  '  eiy Co'iipanv'   Ltd. pr .per.y nnd   hold  i .(id ui t'i tn >x J) -t io .  (p.) The purposes on which the wa-  tar is fo '���������? u od: ���������Ji'.ttrntijii ou'itiici *,.  and or lifdv. lieul, power, operation *:f  " innioi*, engn 8i, uud di. c i m-ry <-f a' lon������lh  and gr.ii-p.illy fnr ih ..u'l-oi-o < full po.v. r  ui i priy.logos of .i | o er io.ujia.iiy under  lVirtlX. of nbove Aol.  (i.) If the water is to bo used for  power or mining purposes describe  ' the plncc where the water is to be  returned to somo natural channel,  and the difference In altitude between  paint of diversion nnd point of re-  lurn At ii '���������iinvii'iiuiil. ylucu lit.on* t'-i-  (jf; .S*oiiph|-oii I'Vdla in fh������ vicinity ������������������utl-*t  Jlniwu River, SectioiiH 10 u*nl i-l ������������������ > '.<���������  Oivnox Distrior. Ti-o pn'iit nt . I. .ru .*  idnm . 'lillO foet lov/or lllut-'iilc, vhmi Clio point  <tf d|. or', ion.  (j.) Area of Ctown land intended tn  lie occupied by tho proposed work*-;  J<... o,  (It.) This notico was posted, on  the  ������'x lioi.Ln d.iy.of il'it 't.nO'i t*)l li ,"������d up-.J ���������  cntinu will he mfido to  thn omii "i_do or  I,', on tlio'JJIr.l day of Fobi'uni'v. 1011  '���������'i, (I.) Glvo tlio' names and adilreflocs  of any rlpnirion proprietors or...:licenses who"or wIioro lands uro likely  to ho affected hy tho proponed workiv  cither nliovo or holow tho outlot:  W I in.t ui x ni'ioi'y v.iiiii|Miiy l������ul.   ,  Attach copy of nnch parts of the  Oompnny's momornndum of nasocla-  tlon nu authoflz'* 'ho proponed application and works  W 111,1.1 Nil TON U)|, 1,1 |'J   ]IV  W, T.. Cooi.riim, (Icno.iil Mimavor.  (,,r>      '*��������� "1 Vioturi-.!, Ii.t'.  "���������*���������"' iirii^iiT i iiiMiiwwimwuinui i  jjij j^Z'.l jj  iv- >t_._���������-;-..'_ .f.i- .--'?���������' "r*  '    ^- J*.   -* ���������*������..���������_.-.^^l  THE   NEWS, ������_CgM:nKRLAyp,_J>RTTISTI ^COT^IMBTA. fl.  r  . aamy*������-������_���������������>.-������ -  & "-"^^mm^1 "lilde i������ Cumberland.  %to    The purest and b.sr. IJUER, and  ^^Z_Z2*/ W.P-PJV  /RIGHT.     (j;-^5.^.!..!^  he UNION BltEWilttG Co.,  COPYRIGh  A  _^___ too, B.C  HERCULES" Stump Pullers  FOR   SALE   BY      -      -  Walworth-Rolston Co.   Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vancouver, B������ C.  'a\*ayar-\%--m* -^laai+imr**- ������-fyyJ*. - PVt-  1  is indispensable iu the  camp, and for all  impromptu meals.  AddalhtbnOVHIL  to 3'onr canned meats  and soups and note  the difference.,  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  G3SnE_151S_S)i:  m ti  . to  r  ^.9  <j  c__ :  *r  .���������i  *t  a  r���������  'im,  K  <M  li  ff,  a,  o  \y  r  ,������������������*  w  A  Zm.  -X  o  0  4)  0J  ������  ml  O  D"  T  -^  u  a.  -  !-.  I*  4.  *!_  R  o  ti  ���������  ���������  ra  *?,  K  ,.,  rt������  ti  O  ti  u  -  =-__ l>  h   I   : r. L,  0  1    7   -" 94  I      ^3  I    -_; a  f������  S ;������'%* T,  f\!lm\       H Si    r    r        y.  f-fii*  ������:)    ;   S  _: x  ������U-S  ro ! ~* i *  ft;  '    Shit!  sffiSj  3S3  i   ._���������',-   ^,  ������  u  13  Ih  _;  t>  r*  a  si  ci  ���������a  a  P.  o  o  ���������t  fl  ro  rt.  ts  <!  MAfci, Livi ���������A^A_^\  !..._].���������>_ ^   * *;*.! _.-_*.*  ���������i_^.__._.j ],.. "n;      jj,'  r.hkot Vor.r CoC'JITS Ll^it  Makos Your HLWr, L;_l..      J;V'V^  MakM VoarLADOS. L:_h_ ^'"^  orde:. Fttoit. your0 [.-;'''';-;^'---n;  /���������^ fl'T'irD *"-'-- "-'i,,l-'!-"  W v..n.w..i_k. .  r^u-j  * I \!fi"  '4\ ~'w' (t::*l-EVTCO..r.ra.  .if?  mm  .\i'���������"���������-.: :;,,?.��������� J  NOTICE  Any person or pui-pons, cuttiti**-,  I't'iiiiivino or taking nny i,lucks,  timber oi* wood, ohmy di'S-criptiotln  jflongiii" to tho "Wellington Col-  iim*Y Co'y., oi't'rom oi* off the hind  ol the snid Company, or nnvonc  tipping rubbish ol any^eseriptiou  anywhere upon tlie eonipain'*.  land will, bo pi-o.eci'.h-d to the full  extent of the law.  ' W, }.. COTLSON,  (.���������(���������hit;;! Maiinger,  Wi-lLiiigtmi Cu!liii)*y v!o,v.  N( TK'E.    -  i!i;iin,_; on ine.oinutivo. and   rail  i  .-.r..v e-iiv of tht* Union Colliery  .'onip.iny, liy any p.*r,.on ,ir pur-  Litis���������oxcq.t imn (Meiv���������i_- slrioily  .n'Dli'lited. Lin*.uiy.es -re ?ul)-  ���������<-. U/..i,-uii-s;il  for iil'o.v-iiin   sam-  l^y order  W.   h.   COULSON,.  General Manager.  aamtM'm*.*m.a.as-mT-n*.a\r7 'JLTMsamatazmiZmim j_w_jj_v-oriis___ii_i_Bxi������3a������Mnt*  |^...^^*i*_^V,u^^^y.^<V_rWtoV������.' F^  J-     C. H TARBELL     f  r*MnTnm_irt.var������in ���������xja__u_i.-s������r *_ia-������__ic������vi_MjK.i_ra-MejBn������ma  UUPKIIT land djstrict  District ol (.nperi  TAKE notlep Ilinl ...udiner' Al-  t-xuniiHr l.rady Speiici'i* of Ali.medii  0;*.l., oecnpnrioit pluniher, intends  io npply for i*prmisKion io ptiieliase  the followitm dehoiilied land. :���������  t/iimnnnciiig :>.t. a posi pi..uted  ahtiiu .10 elniins west of iin* -oirli  easl corner of Scc'.inn 2-1, Township  21, ihe'icu west SO chains, thence  souili SO chiiitis, thence east 80  ehuins, i hence nerili to t-oiuli .-ooie  of \\ olf L������ku, thence westerly a lout;  boiilh shore to wesr end of lake,  l hence PaPt iiloojj north shore about  ���������10 chains, ihence north to place of  enmmer.ee'nnni, contninitig 4U0  ;i.*,ref. moieor Jess.    "  Sc.iil.eii on pen , G A.H.S.'s N.E.  eorner.  (lAllDls'KR   Al.KXANDliP BltADY  Si'IIXtT.il. *    ���������  l),,ni Clark. Agent  Dated De emb.r IJih, 1910.  -.-f" - r-"'-r������wLTT_r^T.-_rT_Ti.rT_-i-_>.rj_^r.^.j.j*_������iK^ ^i"  {HIGH GRADE STOVESf  3 Ai.il ull  KITCHEN    UTEN.  .SILE  ������  wismens Goods. I  iW,WW*-nXV'-*t**Tm-a-V'---'-m-Wm**TmWr^^  '['he Courtenay Hotel  .Every convenienT for giiepls.  Tlm Gentinl Ho.el for Sportsmen  None lnu the Hu.st of Wines find Liquor*  ���������it lliu l-i.ir,* .    . .    ' ' '  RATES PRAWlNABLE  , ���������nerai Hardware |  ^Jf.^~*'9*mlX*lJ^  (__-_piaiKai_iaiunx������ikt-_u i*������Tu*B_y������;������. utran t_ Kr__T_9iHnavnuEi-Ln-_K7J  &ft*^6!<JM_-^^���������A*^.<���������l4^r>|^g���������^ftrt,  *   FAIRFIELD   I  <!<?   r.n>mu _.^ r_-, ���������,       _... ,.,r-__nr   'IV  to  naaa-iAnm  /|1  .     k  i'i|>  -*^ .Tiw.^*i:vt *7lwir.~-������*. ���������_,������ T'l'  Hi A     '  I " ' '   > (1>  '������ A I'me Ajisor.finent (if    fo  4. 'ft  <i> the Choicest Candies,-'    pi  si?* vlj>  sv       Imii its and  Tobacco       ^  ,y, if\  <ir-     Vancouver Ice Cream,     **?>  f ��������� ���������    - to  ���������������f ��������� -. <f  ������a. , ... ih  Up Diinsivnur Ave.   Cniiihei'lnml to  <lr     '  '���������"'.���������/  'tj fjri .jliiii^v vVf" '������.'*��������� 'V$*i-^i������$'Va)}<iii$ii&'tf  I��������� STORE  % J. JACK.  Tlmi*.  oa"c c-m7Un-__jnAjk.jtrjni������K_������ v^-rar^-n r.  RU l'KRT I.   xNIHJiSl'I.IUT  Dis'ric.i of R-ipcrt  TAkiD ii'nii e ilial John Henry  Ketiin. ii r.iehiid.'on, rf- V.ncon  v.er li. C, ��������� ceii( aii.ui S i,aiuli.|iii  SteWi'.ul, iti��������� t't (N ui apply for pi-r -  niisi-ioii o puieliii.-H the fulliiwinj;  tle.-crii e.l lar.ds: ��������� Cominei.cuijt at  a post piiintol about <_() elmius  ncp-ih bi lhe _*nniliwe3t eoini-'r of  S' etitm .'!, Township '21, ihence wesi  SO cnains.,ihence south SO ehaim-.,  thence oust SO eh-.it..., thenee i oifn  RUl'EKT LAN D D1S raiCT  lliatrict of Rupert.  T..KE notic. ihiit  Fmlura Mao L c.-n.  of Vanciiuver,, B. O,    <.ccn. *it;������>ti j,Widow,  i teau. ui np*j[y  fur per   i������ i .n to pur-  cliase the folloivM <r J"Bonb..i !:i d<: C<m  niiiH'iii" at i.t a p ft  plantfil   ..ion.   oce  mile north  nnd 41 > Cuo. a  m t of the S. Iv.  corner of t-'eetion 4, T w.������.-hiii  H,  tln'iic.  n> t'ili SO onnini*-, thence tus* JO clums,  ihonc. .oiiti 80 cn.iiu".   tlience west 80  _    ol'nin. to place o' coisinipncoujuut, coiit>:n  (j    iii^r (510 uuros, in 'i*.' i-r t. ts.  Scriboil on po t EML'f B.W. cornor.  Kxdoha Mae Liciwox,  .l>..ix t!uik, Ajrout.  Hated December llth, 19t().  ''  ltlJPHltr LAND ui-Tiucr  ' Distrie1, of Rupert  TAKK J* (KICK tliat Adolaide Estor  V. iirk l.r.iv.i, of llmoMitiid N. Y.,  niiirricd <vi man. inteuds to npply f( r permission ��������� ���������-ipuri'li-i-'o tho f.iil.twM (j dt.firili-  id luiul.: ��������� Commencing at a poa. pliu'.nl  At soi.t!ivc'__ con er of Sicti.)it li", T."ui-  i-iiip!), (.Iit'iice rt.i-tii SO cliiiins,, fii'iiet*  ctint POi'liaiti., thi'M'O nouth SO1 chain.,  thti c������ w-i'.bt SO chains to piano of co.itmvi.-  meut c.ut-iiuing (!10 ricroe ip."ii> or 1..R.  Sciilii.l mi post A K.C IV. S.AV. cur  . Adklaidh Kstkii i.'i.akk I'r.mvx.  Dun "....iii-, iiy; nf,  Diiled Dftcoullier lilth, lfi'0.  ������UKllu__i-_rc*_i..xi:^_ _*;3Tn������Mj^*iwM__r������irun\invarvn  RUl'RIlT LAND   DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice .thai Richmond  Cbaile.--. Jii.f. of Vancouver, B. C,  Broker intends io npi'ly for per  mii-sion to ]iorch:ise (he fohowiiip:  described l:ind.:-Comnieiieing nt  a post pbmted at ���������[ pest 'between  Se ti-tn 18k, Township 9, and Section 1 o, Township '20, t liunce west- 40  chKiiu. thence t-outh 40 chnins,  thence we. t 40 chain*, llioi.ee i-outb  80 ohhini; ilien.e east *_0 chaias.  tliepce north **10 chain., thenco e;i&t  40 clininfr. thence norlli 80 chains to  puiceof coimne.'iieu.ent, conlaiuing  640 i.eres more or less:  Scrihed ot. post 1101 Vd X E cor.  Richmond Chahlks Hiss.  Dan (Jiark. ngi.nl.  Du'ed Di'cendier 19.b. 1910.  SO chain, io pluce of conunence  tiitni. coiiiaining G'10 .icre.i more u*-  left..  J. IL K  R's N 1*. cornet.  ���������John Mi-;nuy  Jvkhui.\>:h   Rip-irMtn-  -*o.\.  Dn n Cl.n'k, A-.tint.  Dtited Direnib.r'|()i!i, 1 i) 10.   ,  I... Ill*   fl-ulll tlll>  Similll*,,*.NIII'M  HI'   .IWlll'l  ^TIOS Dl" Till'.  WniiMNOtON UlU.IIIIIV  ,.    ��������� HMI'.tXV, "MMI'ITiH,  (') To (ii'ipii-c by piii'ohnfli"', pr.ilit,  Uiihc  or hi .-ny otluir iiiiiiiiior,* ������iitui' or  i'i(,.|i������H tn water    |i.|] I'oOiri'y i*n tl*o lilNinooM nf   uli'ul 1' lijiil, lieiit iiini pni'itr Biipply   |v,'| 'I'.I Mill i|ll'..Utllli) ninl IIH-   *H  i im. i.u  pinver t*|t e,t io ty  mn). tn in ini.fm tn*  , nr nci|tiii'.i pl'i.t, miiplilni'iy, iiii|iii|-ii'iin,  ini'l Diutnil liinf nerv kin I fu' Um p'o  'Ithui in'i .''/iil il'H'rib itioii of olicit'iiHy.  ..  I  ���������, .|. o i v i1"';! ��������� i' of i'lj.).  I.. ,.,. .1.  ���������    r.      .... , 'ii,  trihnt, i I'lriiii'iMl*/    .......  for liulitu i; en-  ��������� inot'vii pownr ninl in (uniHtrim, iiiy  llillV.,    nit ltlidll,    lllll   'Ull)   (Ull    1*1(1.1.'N,  wImmi,   llieii,   iicfl'iniiiliilo h,    Iu . pn  mid  iviirkH.  John* JohriRton".     Proo  fwaV- -aaj-ftu wan '.%i t ���������tiata.u.ati.HrmVmM'm ,a\%*vm*rtri at' ���������win*-" imi i ���������  .nutiuk to/nil': ruiu.io.  II ivini; biiill. u liiniit M'liinliiiiiPi, ii'til nul  ip. (.iiiiriinny, I will i.i In nnt kcon on  li'ind a utoek ef .ill I imlii of (lay, 'tlr.in,  ��������� nml KiM-il ut lowe.t. roiiiket nipiri, A  is|iroiiill,Y will In* uiiulii if ruler enixlicil  ford f r lii'i'iiiK whien n|li ina' e n H-tviiiK  Of "Hit thin' in tint CO f, of 'io,l. Oi'ilom  |.;ivi'ii t'.:e iciiii'ifttci' nr hy pliiiim nil In.  |)i'i.in*i'l>'III ml. 'Tniii.ldni<yoii I'm* *,inii'  Ijiilr it.'iwt in ilie pi.Ht mul no'ioi lntr iinon  limi lino of din muiio on IiiiuiLt hiiui, I  hi'i^ io imiii'i  Ymii'M iiKtniiiiniiiiil,  MYRON CiiAWl'OllI).  UNION S. S. CO., of ll.C. Lid  .<.i...>i..i.' l, .M.i -. i., i ��������� ��������� ii .i.i.. - (...,.,i i,i ,.i.  I'.r,-: P...-TI .  Snlli 'i: mi iiLili*-'--  T*A'in..i.ii.w ti.oiitn.r "r,l)\V|OIIAN"  l.'livm Viinioifvih'Thii'Milin (I ii.in.  ������jf|iir~T.tmi .1 -' .' "ir-- -rr'.i, T,.-,vftw,r*rt.-unm,.w,r,wmvin*  <8"������k{i<{.^0*0'^O<><!. *^'OO<>O^<J>0*^i>O  !    P TU.HAW!    !  <*  6  \ was  m. t  .Dealer in %  W.I. KINDS  OI?  KyPUl.!I.AN!)DlSTI.l..T  l.i.liiiiL ff Jluj)i.it  T ���������> ICE, SO nt'K th.it .hunt's l.Md-dtaw,  o������ liuiiionii, I'loriui, i-n pmiiir, im. n. k  m n^piy for piirmiBHnni t> inirolm-i! iii ���������  foiliiwimf de.. riluM liiiic'n:������������������ Conini ncnt:  it, n pii-t |.Ihii ul 'J ini in w. *t, of h o j.,1*;,  e .ri.. i- di (So. i ti '2-1, lowimlnp *2i), inniei*  ii.irth 40 rli i'S. tli nriu iv.Ki tiu clicii n,  Hi.ni;.. Boni-h 40 e.liitihs,   -.heiii'e o it bil  I'llllliH   tn   pIlllSO   nl' riniinMIC.lllulit,   Ldll-  t.iini -\> !i"_e  auiva mmo "i- lein-..  henbou un j.oHfc .1 li'a ,-i,.K, oorujr,  JiUIKH.IJllA-IJSliiUV,  "im r.i'.j'l*;, iigon*:.  Daled Dicomhi'i' liltli, It.K).  ���������ltUPUUT LAND DISTHICT  Dimriij't nl' Hupor.  TAKK WOT It lfi tliit t!n*il()H  JikIhoii  Jlinei', . I' (lii,oi,i)ii,   N.W,   ml, i.d ui iiini,  i kinds ti.   upply for  poiniH.ioii   tu  pilic .*. n rh(* foilti.i/t|.({   (I'-wiibl-.i   Ult.l'l'":  (.! ni- o ci,.).'nt a pout, id,iiit.ed '2 mi u.  wont o tin* NK . mi ci' ol' Section IHj T..WD  rlnp'JO. t'li-nee. if rt i 80 t*li..i ii, ttn'iteo  i-iiHt K0 cluiiii*1, tlii'iii.o Hfiii.liHO clininu,  tliuncii \.. i tf;) .ili'iii'iH. t'i��������� plaen of o niiiii-  i) 'utin ni.. u- miti��������� iin,' (14(1 'I'l'iv . ������������������ uni or  It'". ������������������ ll.'.llliUt; ill'I )'.t in .VI in i; u  S..I* li ill nil 1 liHt I'J .M 'll ti V.   0 H 11 .1'  Dm (Jlii'.i, AKi'iit.  DnieiH) c ni'tor JO.li, MUD  i1 l'Elu'  L/iNji   I'.: "  Dis'.ri.t of Hup   t  T.\ K E r o- k e t ha t, B������ ��������� "������������������;.,( J. n ���������  i'askt-r of Vi-ine-nivi-!*. H.  C.   i.ci-.<  pation Kxprc.f _\lai..igei :t* u  to apply f'<i petni .-Jiion to' puicr:������i_-*������  the   fnl'     iii^  de.-eri.i.J   jHiid>:���������  Coimr    in j;   ut   a   ; i .1    pi-.r''.d  abo     ill) /.hi.ns wi?  of tin-  i'-in-  ea    comei   of  Sr-ctio.    ..'-.,   I'uw.,-  ship 21,   ihe.'eu "wt^T   >.t)   . Ii.i:*w,  the.ice sootli 8t) e.hnui., tf n.ee east  bO eliaius, thiiie.c nuni.   $<)  i.:iiai;,f<  10 J^aee    i f     .*.    :K:li'ii ...ii..'!i|.     >,;,  lainii.g .*iU nuii-f nun-.   ,. }...*  Scribed i *.; po o S;J i' .r   *'!. "',,'���������  1*1. i'ii'' ii. \ \' .������ ., ,.'i i ^    I At  ;^i.,;;  I'JIi   (. i i .!���������:, ;.���������������������������!  .  lulled Dcei-i.il.cr i-rll    : .*',';,  lit  RUPKRT LAND   DISTRICT  District  of   Rnqert  TAKE limine that Delhi Brook*,  of Vancouver. IJ. C, Kirncd  ���������woimiti, inlend.-i to apply for per--  mis. ion to purciiH.--e the fidlowinj.  depciihed Innf!.": ���������ConiniPneing ui  pot-'t plained at Uie norlhwesl co**  nor j.f_So(;ti^n  _3Q,__Townsbip   9..  thence enn <S0 clihins, ihence south  80 ohnins, ti ci.ee wept bO ehtut..,  ihetico norlh 80 chains to | bice of  com.r.riicenieiii coutuieing 6-10  aciTH nioreor le-^-i.  Scnl.Hd on Foil L), IJ'.- N. W   cor.  .Dlil.IA, iJltoi'KS,  Dun Clark, Ap,ent.  D.led Decemhur 17:h.  15)10.  llUI'EUT L-\ND DKsrUICT  .  DiHttict of Knp"rt.  T/������KlVNOVlCl<_   tlmt   1-iiw.rd   Dvke,  if l-iii'Miiiniitoii. ^V. i in cliiiit.ii.in (i. (Ih to  np*,ily Inr  pern,i. fiimi to jinioniue tlio I'ol-  lowti.u (lusei'iiioil IiuuIk:���������U hum ������m mrjr ie.  i p Kt ijUii k.1 -   milo.     w.'st    nt    iin-  Hon Hi t'iiNt C'.in. r nf S. c i m 24, I'.iwiiKhip  ���������_0,  lir'iicn wi t RO clmi.-,   ilnnui)    ei."Ui  Hi) c'liiiai,   tlKime o.nt   *.*.)   dliiiin.-,  ttnticn  in rdi Si) chiii d tn pi .(,'H nf (jiMiiii).*.oi'iiifctit,  unmui iiif.; (v.Ui u..*i'n,., mure nr l.s..  S.nl.ed on])'"at I..DV N.K, omner.  linwAitn Uvici.,'  Diet Olail;, Ai'.ont,  Dated :������o ou.l-icr l'Jtli. I'.HO.  %  mma*t* .maa-ata <*m*m ���������*������*-*.  liUI'KUTDANDD'lSntiaT  i)inl.l'ii'l, ul    llll|ii|'6.  % T-vnh ClMr.H C\t\'AfH> <H TAKK KOTICK Una i)...',,.. Cirtus hv  O I \\l\\ UinUy UKdrs) t rni'iiiioM'll i.ol .ii-o-iiiv r U.C., mmh-  t*> . ' *J O    uni, nl nn.uni.r, into (ln.i.|i||i|y fi.r ]. I'liliH  S Cigarettes 4Tobrxco. | '  " ,"1  Hon ni a I Hoelc, fy  mmmtmm\-nrmn'mm-m������a\maM.ua\m.'mmitm,a  (���������fftjuiwtwniMri  TKNDMRS for tlm oreeliini of  an mldiiinn In llio U. it (.!., District Ilonpitnl, (Jiiiiii I'i'liiiiil, will  be |-,'i'i'ivi.'(| up lo Ki'iiluy iionu,  duly 7fh, 10! I.     I'luri- nod sj,.-.-i-  ���������.inn ui pu is'i'irn tlm f Himvi '{ile er hod  I,iiini-;��������� Uim .uiiu.ui ii ..' a p 'it |il,iutid onn  in.In.en. lot llm nrlh CH.. eon er o* M'������l-  -.ui IH, Tin."i.|ii|t ii, iln>urn .11 ii. Hf) iili'iini-,  .lio an mi" I) 'ID ii.i in.,  tiie ee   ������.* t   III)  Ariivn Ui'iinh  (fin* l.iiii.linilniiil)  Kii.li.v  * I.'/'IM      I'I  l-i-'l'    1,1      I  , ���������,  % <e ,  ���������*������������     ''IJMliICKl^ANh   J!.(i.      ^ 'cliiii'iH, tliiiiiiie  n'Miili ���������!'/, .ih iiiHtn iiliiUvi  <> ' ' *y i,,f ('iiniincicoincnl, i*o tn i. i ^ il'Jil uuio.,  ���������li *  wm>**Q e<">5"4 ���������������O<>'fli.<.'*O������'*'0<������*'iVC'  Hiti:n.\j*.ivnMaiL-iin,-*.,,*M.-t,iiiuwm*v%Majm%,ui*m.  6 ft- fn  use w  JOHN McLHOD'S  uvri.itCLAKI.) DIJiTKIOr  Divtiiotiof.lviiport.  TAN 10,'is'OTUlK tint TliomatiF'-('d"i'i(:!c  Timl.-er, of Vunci'iiv.-r, J',C)., tploffuipb  (tpcr t.n, intciiili-; tn tqiply I'or' jieinii'-  w.iii to titi'iih _e tli������ii',|iiAviiit( ilcfloribuil  lie dn:- (.nlHila-:. oing nl, it. mini, pl.niteil IP*  die imii'iIi wo to 'I'll'i' rf S i: i m IH, lovn  dlljl!) I lull)- 0 ...lUtll HO ClllnllP, t.enio  ii|ul, S(i i*li' 'ii-, ihenc- iior li B,i eln.iii',  1.inn ee wo-ti Hi) iilnii...-. in. p-nen . f eo-i -  nuj'i .on cil'fi, coniii ii'i'g 04*1 imres, inor.)  nr lir-H,  iSci-ih nl on pint- TF l"s X.W  e rner.  T'.u.M.ui Kiti-mnnri; Iamicku,  Du- Olll U, /Spoilt,  D.tnl I) (0'.|il.i.|* 10th, Mill)  ������*H*-ri������_*--*tuu---rt*w-M*vt?wvwM^  Coolk'a Mon Roe.ii Zmmmmim  HUi'hUT li\ND i.'iSTbiol  Dinirict of Unpen  TAKE notice thn' Mnv^ncnit  Leitch uf Vancouver, B.C.. oc* ���������  palion S.-.ieHl;...;., iniendfi to apply  for pen_.iH-.-ion in pnrchiite the ������>!-  lowing described Kinds: -  ('onin-te-eii.o at a post p'aii'ed  at the noi-ib ea. t cornt-r of Section  3-J-, Tottn������hip 20, thence we.i 80-  ol.sviiif, thence south 80 chain.,  thence di.i 80 chain-, thence north.  SOeh'iirie lo place of coimneneB-  nient, containing 6**_0 acres moie  or lee's.  Scribed on posr, M.L.'h N. E. cor.  AJaRGUKKITK LEITCUj  Dan. Clark, Agent.  Dated December 16th, _9H).'  RUPERT LlND  DISTRICT  District of Rupert ���������  TAKK-no'iee llm' Edim   Fi-her  Spencer of Abitneda, C-*!., mauii-d"  woman, intends   to apply   ic-r  }.mv  nii_.-ion to pun bate  th.- K.liowing  de.-cribed !.;>.it-i?-;���������  Ooinnieiii'inf; at- a po-^f t)!iui;<-,i  at (he '.oijil: -wtst corner ������-f Seel ion  2 'Town-hip 21, thener-. e.--ft 80  chi'ins, t by nee r-o'tb 06 oh.iin.,  ihonoe wesi' 80 chain?, tlience i-outb ,  80 chaiti.s to place of eotniiience-  ment, uoii'siiiiing (i^iO acres more or  !c������p .  Scr-������fcd on post E F.F.'p S \V.cc.t.  Kdna Fi.'-]iei. Spi*Nci:n  Dun Clnrk. Agent.  Dn fed Di'ctri.ber Kjth, 1910.  11UPELIT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rnpert.  TAKE noici* that Hnidee Ashhy '  of Vanooiivei-, 1J,C , roamed woman .  iiitt-nds to apply 'or permi. sion  io  purcluite  the   follovnng do-oribed  lands:���������  CoiniiiCficiicp-nt a puat plunied  ut iho i-otnh ras.* coiner of Section  u, TowriFhip 21, ihence noath 80  chainp, tlunco went 8D ehaiiiH,  Iherooo south 80 oha-ri.'-, il-n-nnf  eiipl SO clniinr- to |il;ii:3 of cmu-  un-ncenie-it, e.oniiii.iin*j\ 0-10 acres  more or low  Scribed on pi'mf, li   x.'r. S.E. c-.r.  JIap-i i*- As-miv  Dr.:   t-"-���������rk, .\vtont.  Dated I)< ci-mhiT  Kiiij, 1 ti I '.'j  RUri���������l.T'i,A..*n DisTV.-T'l  r.i.ti-i(it nf .l.n-.orl;.  TAKK I.'OTIC'l. t-iitt Lillian '-.iic.i.iMid,  nf ��������� iiiiooiiyir, H, C. iu.irrifd \i-.)n.������ii, in.  ii-iidh 11 ui iiiy for permi. _i hi to rmr-.h i<"  i.Iih tohoffini-: d'HCiibcd lioin-Dj-C .i-,ii..n  eiuK it a po-iii |iiitntr(l nt Iho s.-nih '.<������������������������������������.  m'I'm V nf S'Oiinn 2-;l, Toweiliip ill, ||..miim  n'Ttli f-t'l olinhi". tlienci- w -n hP >vaiiis  tlii'tnj.'H ui- SO (iliiiiiin, lu'.tco .,*iHt HO  cli dun I ��������� i'1-ji'ii ot (ii>nimi������t)iicim������i.t,,doi.-  Ini'in''li-tO ilurcw, mnr. or Uh..  Me-.hui on ]K'8t I.N'h .S,K, eoiiier.  ��������� Ll 1,1.1 AN ^ItKI'I'AIUI. ������  Dun Clink, Ahi)iit.  Dat'd IVepmljorlSn, Ift.O.  iiiti^ nii>);  Air'viH (!,,m. x Krii*l.,i(v iii.iirnii  Ariivu (J.itiiil.ell lliv.-r Fii-m-, n .  I'.iiiit-.in,!;  hv     C'linnx   Frni,-y I u in  ���������\f) i. ii in Iiiy       "   i'i   "  ���������' !>i iii.un.ii niiiliiiit'ui  on  UANDY. KUHITS.  OiCAliS i'v' TOIIAOCOS  wmmmmm*m������..m'fmmmtmtm.fMffrtmm.^*  |.|(t (���������   i-l' ll'H'.  SdiIimhI ini pmii (K'l.M'i; S'������V ooi'lur.  OlXHtlil*; l'l!*T|-!t I..II! 'Ciit'i. Mii,!,i;ii,  llill (Jl.ifli, .^.tMlt,  Dnii.ul Dn mul- r 2l'nh, I0KI  IMJI'iCliT I.AXD DISTIUCr,  i/iwtiiot oi linpert. |  'TAKK notion'.hut Harry I'.itten  Archilinbl of Vancouver, l.'C, en*  >,(,< eer, intinnl. lo apply for ,'"*rnii*.  :��������� s(in to puii'.h.iHii Die foilowii'tr do  ���������rl*lli"d liiliils: ���������'('r.niiiiei.eilii.' ill '������  (to**: pintile I -I eli.ii.iH imilh of E iM  l.eeion'fi . otithwi'. I eorner, tlieiu*'  i.orih 40 ehnios tlion.'i! v.el *1D  |eha!n**,   llieiiii'   rjoiith   -j(l  ������.Ii:itn*.  iiiii.iui i  ,���������  ..., ...nic*., aft por ���������  if    ���������������-���������������'  K<1''' UY " diiurijlittHi or eo:t  J     vf       luiii'iilil  on  ruC'iipti od rirjco.  /      N-fc.     jn-t'i*j-'iiraplilot. Aililiwni THil  IJ(!������IK*H_OI(ilM!tll0..7onONTH, Out. tjurmtriv iViiuUon  rt������J"J'-J"^"J*"J-'j|'-^~J������>J������������^irJ(.^vJvJ,.J>'Ji.|-i.J-.������J������������J^  o  ri-  .8  te f  m g  >  C ^  ? o  i ������  m >                  %  K1". mfT                    ���������f  ������5 Cm         ^  7)  1 c*  lUJPKUTUNDnWTRICT  DlHtrict nt Rupert,  IAKK NOTIOK tlmt William XVndmnn  Hlii'l ninl, if Vunooiiver. 11, C, c.li-  irn-t iiiii|<i'r,liiloiiilii to apply for iieriniB  .inn ti piiioiiuHn ihe fijlioM'iny ilimeribiiii  liiinli*. Ctimii oi'ioid^ a a pest planted mm  milf ������fHt nf tie* i-otitliiUHionrner nf Si-i������  linniM, Towudiip 21 tlienun north M  cln-iiiH, tin nee in '.-it. 80 (liinitm, tlinfiiio  mnriiKO oliilit., tllii'ici o/et 80 . haliiH to  plueit of iiomiii. i como'it, cnnltiimug 0-10  ncre*, more nr :e i.  iSitubml oii|i   I \V W H'fi ifi J5, cniner,  VVlliIilAM \Vm)ma.v SncvpAmi,  Dili CL;!:, ..L'li.it,  Diitul rooenilicr liltK  I'll.,  m-m L.  lienlioiiH enn bo l-ceil lit   llio   nlllee '   i,ouv������.i Vmeouver, Sniurdav f> rm    I ,|.v ���������, \)ri.,.,���������\  '.(ll l('i.-in Imn liy yivmi 'Ii.t on (),��������� hr,\ I I! I'lieo ein-l  |() i-haiin.   In    hln  iilllico, l-invji)ll  i.r i. a. ,m  Aiblrei. nil letidorf. In K. Dulbv.  ������  Hi'itVi'tlll'V.  *  Tip' hovest   (,<���������   ������������������y   ((.|,i|(*r   put  nccc i;,;i.il\ iU.e.i-|iUa!.  Ainvi'n N'iiiiiiiiiii,  Siiiui*niy   Iti p m  Ai-nvi-H Uni in, ���������"Mtinliy tin  [t'lif t'liiiiU-rl on j  Arriv.-K ('nlno.,   'iiiiiiny H n in ���������,.���������!   mm  n ni v i,|i|>'n.|ii,,ii n-ip |,,.  IU,..Ir Iii IV- .*..i|>.]riir.*r,ti|i' (if Pu.vjiiei.il  Pnin". X'ii-inri.i, li r llm riiii'mil of Un. ||.,.  .i I.. II i i|inirn iiyri'tujl p, fri������.  l!n llli Iiif':--  beavcH I oni'iy. vi li.lav 4 p in  li i.i'l V' ii I" On* I'irt Aiiitii'l i h .tel. fix  t. ('  li.'l'i l! HI. I i' '���������    i  I.  .Vl-������>  t;  l.llii.l)   .)  Ji  lJ.l-.vl  >!,l\  .i.u. ;c:������'.  ���������i.. iii  * ii.ij..ii-,-  plnii'   it  :i..i"iu i ,i iii'.      ion,.lini-i;.'     idli  iliV.-S, lltlil' Ol' ll'-tfl  Cf.  r>  tmrnm^t  ^rnrntml  ^    h/i  tyl        U  i*l+4> ������-y  o  iilii*i!  :v      w-  nii 'i fi  A'.X.Mr I* .(io  1..V   >. d . ht  j-uvii. > oni.ino, *iiiii  -ii'.j������-.ii ,0 i ii -nv> Wm.i.ii   ��������� i.i  H.MtllY  RaI'IPN  Alt!l!l!:MI'.  D III Chill.,   n/rlii  l>M"'*l  \>n,-     IMP,  i*,,|.j<  i l  .mm r-/  <D  *        n  J >���������_.  ���������!.  lit  rj  f.U,  RUJ'KUTL.iNDDISiKK"'  Dl trji.-t of Uu j ���������,...,  TAKB NOTICH ih������| WiJii,,.,, \;,.,,-i,  Hull T.i. kor. of V nomivti-li.O. m/iiiu-ni' hi*  on uK������nd, inlei dn tn apply 'o iieiini h ���������<>  to piiroliiimi iim f Hii',\i vr''���������Hiiiilhui liiix! *.  I'd t'lii'iielnc <l .i jm 1 |.ln..|i. ��������� tdiri;' .  . 'In i'ii-.* of thn ���������m.ihwiHt eoriit.r nf .w  . ���������        i,     n-   ..     ���������   ���������     i\ ,,,.:,.  . .  -ii   ..       _ -   >��������� ������ .'   ij;  . ,   .    ' ,,. " ��������� .1.11, i.O C.  Mini.  t,'li  nf   ���������(intl. Mil   ,\\\\..  ,   (h.ii>(.     nnd   ������.  i hiiiim,  Inn n.i imi'li HO i Itd h to jihe u.f  in.iiiini i e ia "in,   ein ininiii);   (IK)   iith  lli'itr ��������� i   iiini.  Hcri i"   n pn*.* WK'I". N.tV. crsur,  VV|'. 1,1AM Kl-.MIiKM'h' Tahkisk,  ;.... t"\.../ .\, ��������� ,i  Dal     D f  . Inr J!l l,,  lllll).      '    **'   '  HUl'MU'bAM) lilsritlOl'  h.tfiotif ltn,oir,.  TAKK NOTICB tlmi I^lwlh Monk-  I'uii " i-f V ,i icouver, It U, irlen  ol .V, P- -nn-' lu not.'j. fm* prmmdnti to  , ii'fhi *,i- ln������ liiliiw i u imn ib d 'a, d������:~  ������'. n in* lii-tii - nt . |,- nt |il uni in. he i.r h  ������.fi i ii r if **i-.i -, ;i.'(, J.iw K|,jp n,it  th" eeHm������.������   M0 ������i.   i���������������   t|;,i ,���������  ��������� ^   ^  ���������<i������. tli  V',.'ll   Ml   I  1'iirl*   *'���������  fl i.PH,     111   I ,t\.  ��������� < ".   i.  i It.      it    ������'Oi3)(ni-i GO-  , l,|.������   1   i������.   t-������i|iii j. dp'. i;r, -, |()', C  I    S.-rib .I in   -I si t\\'. s  vv.,,  it it***.*.  I .,'.!���������  ���������i i i >i,.- ������:iiot*if:  I ;.>..   -   I*-.*.,  fa   J D KV Si.u.i.i. i im..,  ih  ���������i������*M i-W**l* !��������� H 't-W-l-l-t-M' VI* Hi THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
By Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound
Belleriver, Que. ��� "Without Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound I
would not be alive. For five months I
had painful and irregular periods and
inflammation of
the uterus. I suf-
, fered like a martyr
and thought often
of death. I consulted two doctors
who could do
nothing for me. I
went to a hospital,
t and the best doc-
ffl tors  said  T must
 ta submit to an oper-  .
ation, because I had a tumor. I went j
back home much discouraged. One of
my cousins advised pie to take your
Compound, as it had cured her. 1 did
bo and soon commenced to feel better,
and my appetite came back with the
first bottle. Now I feel no pain and
am cured. Your remedy is deserving
of praise." ��� Mrs. Emma. Chatel.,
Valleyfield, Belleriver, Quebec.
Another Operation   Avoided.
Poughkeepsie, N.Y.��� I run a sewing
machine in a large factory and got all
run down. I had to give up work for I
could not stand the pains in my back.
The doctor Baid I needed an operation
for womb trouble but Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound did more
for me than the doctors did. I have
gained five pounds. I hope that everyone who is suffering from female
trouble, nervousness and backache
will take the Compound. I owe my
thanks to Mrs. Pinkham. She is' the
working girl's friend for health,' and
all women who suffer should, write to
her and take her advice.���MlSS TlLLiB
Plenzig, 3Jay St, Poughkeepsie,N. Y.
Thirty years of unparalleled success
confirms the power of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to cur��
female diseases.
No  Hurry.
The Captain: If the wind blows
this way for another hour we shall be
in heaven.
Rev. Mr. G.:   God forbid!
At least the anxiety about the ooal
bin is temporarily sent to the bench..
If So, the Spring  is a  Most Trying
Time for You
Your    Hope    Rests    in    Getting the
Blood Rich and Red by Using
Dr. Chase's
Nerve Food
.���������**������ ,.  ., i-t
Shortness of breath nnd fatigue
with slight exertion, failure of the
vital organs to properly perform thoir
functions, nnd pallor of tho gums
and eyelids nre among tlie indications
of anaemia or bloodlessness.
The blood is thinner nnd more
watery in the spring thnn nt nny
other season, and for this reason the
person -who is subject to anaemia,
or luck of blood, suffers the most.
You must increase the. number oj
rod corpuscles in the hlood, and thia
can host he donr) hy using Dr.
Chase's Nerve Food. This great res-
torntivo trp.itniont1 dors not merely
fitinnihite tho orgnnn to renewed activity, hut cures hy building np 'tho
system, For this reason its benefits
nro both lintunil nnd lasting,
Sleeplcssnr-.sK, indigestion, .nou might nnd sciatic pains nnd wenknoHs
and irrogulnritiPK of the vital orgnns
become n thing of the past when Dr.
Chase's Nerve Food h used.
It ih only niiturnl thnt you should
.pot strong nnd well when thin building-up ii'cntineiit is used, for it supplies to the blond in condensed nnd
onsily iissiniiliili'd form the, elements
whicli go lo form new, rich, blond.
Your digestive system him failed
lo extract snlllcietil, nutrition from
the food you cut, mid henei- the ne-
cessity of such direct noiiriiihiiieiif
as is supplied lo the blood by Dr.
Ciinse's Nerve Fund, Mio it box, (1
for -V-.MI, nt nil dealers or l.diniin-
Hon, Hales ft Co., I.lmitnd, Toronto.
LocntlnR  It
"Yon have n pnin, denrP   Whero is
"It's in my fi-piiilnr,"
The arrangement of n mirror so tbnt
a child imn see il.i'lf nt pluy will
often limes prove im ininisinR to n
child as it playmate.*
Visifni*- An- you at the hend of your
chiss  in  school.
Johnny-Not exactly, but tbe boy
\h<\l   P.   <\.   Dm  hend   nf   tnv   chins   in
Rchnnl isn't in my cIiihh in hi.ticbiill,
A Reporter Learns Something of tba
Queen's Taste.
"Dressing like a queen" is a phrase
usually suggesting an extravagantly
gorgeous wardrobe. But in the case
of Queen Mary the idea does not hold
Indeed, the lady whose income will
not admit of rich and gorgeous clothing, and who therefore is neatly but
unobtrusively dressed, may feel gratified with the knowledge that she and
the Queen hnve a taste in common.
A woman journalist recently had an
interesting coat with a member oi tha
firm of Lucile, Ltd., and learned somo
interesting information about Queen
Mary's taste in dress.
"In the matter of all four styles of
dres_ ��� morning, afternoon, evening,
and walking co.-lump for country wear
���Her Majest.'j taste lies in the direction of quiet simplicity," said the
informant. "For-morning wear her
dresses are usually tight-fitting tailor-
made in style, and the, material is
generally'tweed or cloth, in either case
oi fairly line texture.1 The Queen prefers .tight-fitting clothes of not too soft
material, and her favorite color is certainly blue. Her morning costumes
are sometimes of sapphire-blue, but all
shades of that color are both becoming
to, and favored by, Her Majesty.
"No, Queen Mary is not an admirer
of the. Peter Pan style'-of neckwear,
and invariably wears a high collar.
"In  the   afternoon  you   will   more
often set Queen Mary, dressed in pale
mauve, or perhaps in v/hite or pale
blue,   '.fhe material varies in accord-.'
ance with the season of the year.
"For instance, in the summer she
will wear crepe-de-Chine; fine voile, or
a material composed of silk and cotton, with perhaps a lace jacket of
clinging design.*
"By the ways Her Majesty showsa
distinct partiality lor embroidery, and
will often favor brocade worked in
graceful patterns.      ,
"She dislikes the 'floppy' style, and
even in full evening attire inclines
towards a simplicity which, is almost
sev.re. This style of dress sets off
Her Majesty's figure to advantage,
for, as many'of her'.loyal subjects will
have noticed, she is, built on ideal
lines���a slender waist, a full bust, low
and gracefully-curved hips, and, above,
all, a perfectly-formed neck.
"For evening wear Her Majesty is
fond of satin, and in colors her choice
is frequently a combination of black
and white, The chief characteristics
as regards the actual adornment of
the Queen's evening costume are a
few good diamonds or pearls, and a
touch of blue somewhere about the
dress. This may take the form of a
bow of ribbon, possibly a sash or insertion^ _.	
"" "Tlie"' Queen'_-~hats~���ar-e usuully-
small; frequently they are toques, usually in dark colors, being of different
shales of brown and grey. Sometimes*
a ieatner serves as sufficient trimming,
or perhaps a small buckle.
"If the Queen wears a large hat, it
ia generally turned sharply up at one
side, the Henri II. style of hat being
very popular with her'.. On this style
or hat feathers are usually worn.
"Quiet smartness is the} keynote of
the Queen's blouses. She is, fond of
chiffon material. , Her belts are usually plain, and always match the
costume. Her Majesty's gloves arn
generally white kid. Black is her favorite color in shoes and "stockings^'
"In. private life, especially in thi
country, the quietness of Her Majesty's dress is even intensified.
"It is,a pleasure to make dresses
for Her. Majesty," wound up the informant, "for she is always.so thoughtful and considerate."
The WhitcEyed Kaffir.
That popular music-hall artiste,
Mr. Chirgwin, the "Ftither of th'o
Profession," who recently celebrated
his jubilee, says that it was really
owing to nn necideut thnt his black
fnce with the white patch over onn
eye hecnnio famous, "I was ploying
at a garden fete in Gloucestershire,"
ho says, "and while giving my
'turn' somo dust blew right into my
eyes. On the spur of the moment I
rubbed the spot, nnd in so doing tho
lilack pnint off my face. 'When I
looked up again the yokels gathered
round the singe roared with merriment. 'Ah, look at the nigger with
the white eye!' they shouted in
chorus. I. had fortuitously und instantly achieved a triumphant ,.ue-
eess, Here you hnvo Ihu iiutheiitic
story of tho Whitc-Kyed Kitlllr. 1
tuny truly sny thnt the grit in my oyo
brought th" grit iu my pud-tot,
CoHoo Drinking.
Commenting on a recent report ol
cases of poisoning ascribed to drinking coffee, the Loudon Lancet offer*
Ho/hi! soothing views to lovers of tlio
hieakfiist cut, "Coffee," says this
medical authority, "in common with
most articles oi food, may disagree
With some people, who soon find that
fact out and tnko cure to exclude it
tiotii their dietary. Hut it ia innocent
of poison and to a great number of
people is un undoubted boon, Huch
persona may continue to enjoy their
luvorito bevoniflii without the slightest fear that (oi Huuii* mysterious reason nnture makes some of the bo/m..
polHonou*. The* widnspreud ptil-licn-
.;.-;; i.i t!. !:*.!!:i***y hn-* !*,.'<.n nin.it mi-'
tail* to the public, besides coiiHtitutinu
nn obviouii injUHtici* to tue coUco
The light running, suro -tying FROST At WOOD BINDER
Merely a Matter of Training
Heat's onlv, after all a thing to become    accustomed    to.���Indianapolis
Dauntlessness is merely being unafraid I
W. N. U��� No. M9.
Hugo and Duma..
Dunne? Victor Hugo's -j-xih* Dunms
went lo titii.'i'Jisijy, win-ri* Hugo received It'in kindly and took him to
breakfast on a vernndn overlooking
the oeeiin. It did not take IHliniw
long to discover Unit Hugo was al-
ready po.iiig us the pin,ended -prophet, and tlie poet said, with un
0!>iiip.ait   wave   of   ' i     hand,   "You
| see uie, my dear Dutim., on my rock
j of ������vi!-* Iil<"   the   pMserili. ��|   ,)n<. ,,f
i iinliipiity,"
"Never   mind,"   said Dumas, with
| hi., iiiuiiili fid;. "The butter i.. fur
hi'tiiT ln-re than in Paris. Them u
no di-.puti.iK that,"
Mormon. In nrilnln.
In thn United Kin^.j.oii ihnrn w<.*r��'
Inst year neeording to otlicial returns,'
h/wa Mormons
It is not a good thing for people
with ii tendency to have pimples and
a blotchy complexion to smear themselves with greasy ointments and
such things., In fact they couldn't
do anything worse, because the,grease
clogs the pores of "the skin, making
the complaint worse. When there is
an irritating rash, a soothing boracic
wash may help to allay the pain or
itching, but of course it doesn't cure.
Skin complaints arise from an impure
condition,of the blood and will persist until the blood is purified. Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills have cured many
cases of eczema and skin disorders because they mako new, rich blood that
drives out the impurities, clears the
skin and imparts a glow of health.
Mrs. S. L. Peterson, Brandon, Man.,
says: "I suffered for years from' eczema, which brought with it other
troubles, such as a poor appetite,'
headaches and weakness. The portions of my body affected by -the eczema gave -me constant torture from
the itching and heat. I tried several
doctors and all sorts of lotions and
ointments, but,did not get the least
relief,- Finally I was advised to* try
Dr. Williams'* Pink Pills, and decided
to do so, After using the Pills for
some time the irritation and heat began to grow less and I seemed in better health otherwise. I continued taking the Pills for several months and
every vestige of the trouble disappeared, and my skin is again as free
from blemish as in vouth. Given a
fair trial Dr. Williams* Pink Pills
will not disappoint those suffering
from skin eruptions ,or weakness of
any sort." /
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure all
-thoseTtr_oubles__due,Jp_ poor_blqod simply because they make "new" fiohrred-
blood. That is why these pills cure
common diseases like, anaemia, rheumatism,- lumbago, sciatica, neuralgia,
headaches, indigestion, ' St. Vitus
dance, and the general weakness and
special ailments that only woman folk
know. Sold by all/medicine dealers
or by mail at 50 cents a box or six
boxes-for $2,50 from.,.The Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
To clean curtain hooks place them
in water in which a little ammonia
has been poured and leave for a little
while. ..,"���*
"Do you believe man is made of
dust, Mr. Snip?" "Not all of them,"
said the tailor, "Dust nlways settles,
and I know men who do not."
The spl'iinx hasn't solved tbe riddle,
but he's still looking it over!,
Wart*, arc lilsncruromonts that disappear
whon treated with Holloway's Corn Cure.
When a man feels that it is a shame
to waste so much timo sleeping you
may depend upon it thnt he isn't ono
who is bothered with insomnia,
Whnt. hns become of the old fashioned mother who worried a good denl
for fenr gypsies would kidnap her
Yon can't mnke, art out of chewing,
tobacco, regardless of thn efforts of
some to decorate thoir neckties with
Ask for Mlnard's nnd tako no other.
Some mon go to extremes; not content with making n pimple seem n
boil, thoy figure out tliat it must bo a
It U n Liver Plll.--M.nv of tin. nlli.ir.nt-.
tlmt mnn lias to nontmiil with have thoir
orlirlii In n dlHorilnri'il llvur, which Ih a
ili'lli'iMi. orptnii, ���>. oullnrlv HiHionptllilo to
thn ill. turbane.-!. Hint nnmo from trrocfii-
Inr liabltH or lnrk of faro In entlng and
drinking, Thin ��� amounts for tho (.rent
mnny liver regulators now prowierl on
Ihn attention of milTerer.. Of tliPRO thorn
Ih none superior lo J'nrmoloo'i. Veoretnhln
PIIIh, Tholr operation though gentle Ih
nlTiM'tivo, and tlio mont dollcato can uho
"Did you enjoy tlio opora?"
"No; I didn't hoar it,"
"Why notP"
"Two women annl-ml noxt t-o me knpt
tolling cmo.h other how they adored
music,"���Boston Transcript.
The  Population and Area of These
I'f io  twelve   luvoiwi  itutioii,.   u)miii
which thero has been so much wild
and written in eonneclion with Heel,
proeity,  nre given below with their
roHpectivo   nreiiH   and     populations.
TluMf�� ..o-cn I led    "most   favored    nations" fire enlilled lo the siiini. iiinu
iidvimtngi-H iih the United States under any Kfjciproenl trade ngreeniuiit
thut limy bo adopted by Canada.
Amu in Kqwiro
tnlln'H.    Population
Argentina .. ���
Columbia ������ ���
Denmark ��� - ���
.Japan  ....   ���
8/170.0 H
Spain  1M.74-I
Sweden  172.M75
.Switzerland    .. 15,417
V.'iu'/.lie!a   ..   ������ .W>.-���
Bolivia..   ..
ft, 1109,000
1.V2,. 100.000
Farmers Shall Sell  More to Canada
Than They Will  Buy
The National Grange, the representative body of the United States farmers, has been exerting its influence
at Washington against the passing
of the Reciprocity agreement with
Canada. President Taft met the
Grange at Washington just recently
and spoke in part to them as follows :
"I believe this treaty to be the
best thing for the whole country, including farmers, merchants, laboring men anil all because I believe it
is flying in the face of Providence,
to put an artificial wall like that
between" this., country and Canada
and not get the benefit that will
insure to peoples of the same traditions, the same language and practically with the same character of
labor. If we take down that wall
we will benefit by it, for we shall
sell more agricultural products to
Canada than she will sell to us. We
do now? and we shall sell her even
more after the treaty goes into effect. That is my judgment. I am
not arguing���I am merely stating my
Was  Hamlet a Tariff Reformer or a
Free Trader.
Viscount Esher, who fears that the
days of Ue voluntary principle of the
Territorial force are numbered, and
that in the army, as elsewhere, the
time may come for compulsory service,
is recognized as one of the most versatile of English peers. He speaks
German with the fluency of a native,
he has written several notable books,
and he'.-possesses'a-wonderful collection of Court swords from the days
of Queen Elizabeth to the present day.
He spends a great proportion of his
time at indsor, as he is Constable
and .Deputy-Governor of the Castle,
and his official duties necessitate his
living close by., Orchard Lea is full
of interest. In the old garden stands
the ivy-covered pump-room- which
George the Third used often to visit
to drink: from his own mineral spring;,
while there is also a, rosary which was
beautifully designed by. Princess
Lduise, "Duchess of Argyll. Lord Esh-
_cr_was M.P. for Penrhyn and Fal-
man of the5War Office Recbnstitution
Committee in 1904. He is an accomplished and convincing speaker, and
during election times has been in
great demand by Parliamentary candidates. He had an amusing experience on "one occasion while speaking
for a young politician, fresh from college, in the south of England. The
candidates' speech, perhaps, was more
than judiciously besprinkled with quotations from "Hamlet." After a' fine
peroration containins huge chunks of
the play, he announced that Lord Esher was prepared to answer questions.
���A-mnn .inod uo*. "I can't quite mnke
it out," he remarked, "whether he is
n Tariff Reformer or Free Trader."
-"Who?" asked Lord Esher. "The man
this speech was nbout." ���Puzzled,
he again asked what man he
meant. "Hamlet," was the reply.
Viscountess Esher was Miss Eleanor
Van de Weyer, diuifjhter of Mr. Van
de Weyer,, Belgian Minister at the
Court of St. James, before her marriage in 1879.
8nuff In Germany.
Tho Rnnfr tnutnu ��� luiiiit provnlN In
Gf>rmnuv, although It Is on tlu�� wniio In
other parts of tin* worm, l tie PNpiit
nation or mis Is clue to the (net tlint In
some pirns of Oriiinny, where ��lu��
land In liirgely eovcii'd with trees,
smoking Is prohllilted, and tin? Kiiufl'
habit Is looked upon -is it mibntlrute.
Shoe Polish
Pleases everybody.
Is used by men, women and chrfdren in
all parts of the World. There is a reason.
Its superiority over other kinds.
Contains nothing injurious to leather, but
gives a hard, brilliant and la&ing polish.
It is good for your shoes.
THE F. F. DALLEY CO., Limited,    io
HAMILTON, Ont.,   BUFFALO, N. Y.  and   LONDON, Eng.
Jack���"I've just had a hard time.
I've been popping the question."
Mack���"I've had a harder. I've
been questioning the pop."���Baltimore American.
Deafness Cannot Be Cure</
as local applications, aa they cannot reach tlie dt*.
tased portldn ol tho ear. There Is only-oho way ta
eure deulucas, and that la by constitutional remedies.
Deafness ts caused by an Inflamed condition ot the
mucous lining ot the Eustachian Tube. When this
tube la Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It la entirely closed, Deafness is the result, and unless tho Inflammation can be
taken out and this tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nlno cases
out ot ten are caused by Catarrh, which is nothing
but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will Klve Onu Hundred Dollars for any case of
Deafness .(caused _ hy.catarrh)=that. cannot__be..curfed.
KV Hall's Catarrh .Cure.  Send for circulars,. free.
v F, J. CHEN EV & CO.. ToleiK -A
Bold by Druggists, 75c,
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation
Servant (announcing caller)���Mis.
Dabbington Dibbs!"
Mistress���Not at home.
Servant���She's got a new dress on,
Mistress���Show her in.
The .various German states maintain
seventy,, schools in horseshoeing, with
courses of from one to six months.
There Are Others
Morrow���It makes me very uneasy
if I owe a dollar to anyone.
Borrow���Great Scott 1 If I felt that
way about it, I'd -have St. Vitus'
dance.���Boston Transcript.
A Corrector of Pulmonary Trouble*.���
Many testimonials could be presented
Bhowinp the great efficacy of Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrio Oil in curing disorders of the
respiratory processes, DUt the best testimonial is experience and the Oil is recommended to all who suffer from these disorders with the certainty that they wilt
find relief. It will allay inflammation
in the bronchial tubes as no other preparation can.
���   Forests cover    one-quarter    of the
.area _of__the._kingdom._.of_ Saxony.	
A man regards himself as a patriot
for abusing other nations he doesn't-'
know.anything about.
Minard's Liniment used by physicians
Work has begun on the building of
the palace of the future Chinese
parliament at Pekin; The structures
are modelled after those of the Belgian parliament. The total cost will
be $1,300,000. Mr. Klein, a German,
is the architect. **���"'
ma***>artf-am_mmmla^amtmmammmmmm^ ,	
will atop that aplittlnff haadaeha ijuhlt ani aura,   Will net barm heart er aarerm artiam.
S8 otntt a box at all drus/giiti' __
$3,600 in Cash Prizes for Farmers
ARE you Koltilf to build that new
horBoblock, sidewalk or dairy
liotiao of cement? Then luslHt on
your (teiilcr supplying you with the
"CANADA" Comem. $ot only will this
ensure your getting a pure, uniform and
utrlctly hlfrh'trrndo cement, thut will
Riinranteo tho lifelong n. rmnneney of the
thing you build, but It will alio entlt'o
you to enter our Prize Contest, And In
this contest ynu stand �� good chance of
winning a prise thnt will perhaps morn
thnn pny you for the cost of the work,
Every farmer ln Canada who iisoh "CANADA" Cement I* eligible to compete.
Pour prtaes will be awarded In ench Province nnd theso prlitea will bo divided us
V\mv, "A"���Hj-in.on to !>��� tWan tn th* fmrmi-r
l�� aitfi ProTlni*. who will in. dtirinsr 1011
tlm gr.iit.it numt.r of btrreli of "CANADA"
VHUV,   '"l\"~-$i00,00 to bit glTKi. to llm .iirmiir
In   n.h   Prnvlnee   who   m CANADA"
O.m.nt nn lilt fn nn In 1011 for tliu imdil
mi-mhir of purnoi*).
VTinVt "O"���tlOO.OO to ha ��!������� l�� tin U.nwr
in Med ifonni* villi. Jui��'.��lif* i.�� v>l'.l. .'..a
���photnrr-.h iliowltiir th* bast of any pirtlrij.
Ur kind of work dun. i>u .'i.i Una Jurinf
WU with  "OA-MATH" C.-monl.
VfXtZV, "D"-���I1MM to bu rlfun to th�� f.rnwr
in ����'H Prn*��ln-*n wlio tubmlli (h* but tint
mail (omplitt d.ierlptlon, of how ��_y pir<
tlouUr pi ecu tl work ihowo br phoUiriph
mil In, wll Jon*. ���
Notice how we have purposely plannsi
and Imposed certain necessary conditions
In order to give large and small users ot
cement an equal opportunity.
As an Illustration of this: In prizes "C"
and "D," the quantity of cement used
has no bearing whatever on the result
The farmer -who sends us the best photograph of as small a thing as a watering
trough or a gats post, has as much
chance for prize "C" as a man who sends
a photograph of a house���and tha same
applies to prltu "D,"
Don't hold buck from entering because
you think ynu don't know anything about
concrete work, It's very simple. Besides, we have a 180-nngo book that we
will send you free onroquest, which tells
you all about concrete and how to make
and use It, In this book, you'll find complete Instructions for tho making of almost everything you oan think of In th��
way of farm utilities, floors, vats, troughs,
stairs, posts, eta.
'i'i, i. ti��ii bonk-���untitle-,. "Ti'ii_.l '.).u
Warmer Cnn no With Cnnerete"���will tint
only Inform you���It will also gr-aatly interest you. flo send for It anyway,
whether you Intend to try for one of the
prizes or not.
The Canada Cement Company, Limited, Montreal, Que.
GM.000 my 3,000,000
12,101, <l-5    209,758,.28 .t\-_   ���������.      --  :'  ?'  I  w>  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLOMBIA.  hat Shall Our DaughterDo?"  "She has been graduated and has  come home."  SHE    has    completed    her    college  course,   or   has   been   graduated  from     a     fashionable     "finishing  school."   She has come back to the  liome, swept and garnished for her re-  -lurii���������in-other-.vords.-repapered- and_re-_,  decorated to suit .the fancy and educated taste of the daughter of the family.  Whnt Is she going to do with her time?  One  thing  Is  certain���������she  must   have  something specific to occupy hands and  brains.     During   her   scholastic   career  ehe has had regular routine work, has  trained herself to stated hours for study,  for exercise,  for recreation.    T.o  settle  down to doing nothing will, mean discontent and mental as well as physical deterioration. Nature abhors a  vacuum, and the brain accustomed to  work alone clearly defined lines will,  ���������when deprived of systematic duties,,  lose the power of concentration and  have to be forced to labor that it  once took as a matter of course.  Therefore, for her own sake, our  ���������girl must have some occupation.  I would call her attention to the  fact that, tlrst of all, she owes a duty  to her parents. They have educated  her, It may be at the sacrifice of personal comfort und ease. The daughter should, therefore, in planning her  work, decide upon something that  will not interfere with her duties  toward her father and mother. If  there are several other daughters In  the home, who mean to remain there  until they marry���������or die���������our girl  may contemplate the possibility of  going to another city or - town to  learn her profession. But she should  do this as a last resort, and when she  Is sure she is not needed in the home  nest.  Before she looks for any profession  or/'calling," there is something she  must learn in her mother's house. She  . should make a practical study of all  branches of housekeeping and housework, from dusting and making beds,  down ��������� or up ��������� to cooking, ordering  meals and marketing wisely and  economically. Until she has done this,  she has not been -thoroughly educated.  To the thoughtful observer It is evident that we need trained cooks and  housekeepers. Even if a woman has  the wealth to enable her to engage  competent domestics, she will be  much more capable of directing these  servants if she knows herself how to-  perform the services, which she exacts  of them.   Bridget and Xorali soon dls-  ��������� cover If their employer knows little  or   nothing   about   cooking,   and   trade  ��������� upon this fact. When a cook is aware  that her mistress could, if she wished,  prepare  a belter  meal  tnan  she,  the  -.lirellng, can prepare, she is put upon  her mettle to do her best. The overseer must know how the work should  ~fie"done^Ih "~bfder'~tb~ demand- skiirecT  labor from his underlings.  So, first of all, let our girl determine to acquire a practical knowledge of housework in all its  branches, It is her duty to her sex,  to her possible husband and to future generations.  In a recent statement made by Dr.  done, or ever will do,, by leaving millions to our universities. To found  the greatest college that the nation  ever dreamed of would be a work of  little usefulness compared to that.  1 shall now say something which the  women will not .Ike: We have too  many pianos in this country and too  few cook stoves, too much Latin and-  loo little reully Intelligent leavening  of bread, too much high school  French and-far too little knowledge  ot the simplest rules of dietetics.  There Is no fault ln. the imperfect  educational system by means of  which    young   men    in    tne   United  "Making a bed."  Harvey Washington Wiley, chief  chemist of the United States, he utters such trenchant, truths that I  take the liberty of quoting him for  the benefit ot the girl to whom th,ls  talk of mine is especially directed.  He says:  "Poor cooking Is a characteristic of  our national life, apparently, ' and  many of our Ills are due to it. Many  of the evil effects which often are  ascribed to overeating might more  accurately be ascribed to unskilled or  careless cooking. The average wife  of the American working man knows  less about the proper preparation of  his food, than does the wife of any  other working man in any of the  world's advanced, progressive nations. We are a nation of bad cooks."  This Is ar severe and honest arraignment of the women of. the working  classes,- which applies also to the  wives and (laughters of the rich m-jii  in our country. Dofctor Wiley hits the  nail so squarely on the head that' I  TakeTTieTIberty oF7rinrfin~g~Trt~lengtti���������  another   pregnant   paragraph:  "In the terrible intemperance of  bad cooking wo easily lead the world.  The rich man who es'tabllsnes a fund  and finds a way of properly administering it to teach good cooking.to the  women of this country will do a  greater good than any, man has ever  take a course in practical cooking. In  this country, ln which fortunes are  made and lost ln a day, one never knows  when she may be called upon to d0 her  ���������own work. And, as has been said, the  woman who would be the mistress, not  the slave, of her servants, must have  personal experience along these lines.  But when our girl has learned all  these necessities thoroughly, whnt next?  If, when she is not at home, the mother must do all the housework, it Is, to  my old-fashioned and compassionate  way of thinking, the place of the daughter to stay with and help the mother.  And If she manages her time and woik  properly she will, even then, havo leisure In which to take up some particular line of-study or occupation.  1 believe and Insist 'that every girl  should   have   some   wny   of  supporting  "Cooking.?'  o  States are fitted to begin their battle  wiih the world so glaring as this  fault of the omission from the education of our girls of the very simplest  preparation for their work as housewives."  All of this Is so true that I wish every  American girl could read It. I know  that there ai-e cooking schools and that  some of our young women attend them;  but while 1 approve ol these thoroughly,  -tlie-facts-learned-there-shculd-be-p-ju  - into practice in the home if,the woman  would perfect herself in the science of  cookery.   In her mother's kitchen let her  "Marketing."  THE HOUSEMOTHERS' EXCHANGE  IMPORTANT NOTICE  ���������*-%13CAU8E ot tne enormoua  K .lumber of letters sent to  *-* the Exchange, I must ask  contributors to limit their communications to 100 words, exoept  in cases of formulas or recipes  which' require greater apace, I  want all my correspondents ,to  huvo a showing in the Corner,  and if my request in this respect  is complied with it will be possible lo print many more letters.  Attention is called to the fact  that Marlon Jlarland cannot receive money for patterns, as she  has tin connection with any department that sells them.  Tomato Pilau  FIUT thin strip, of bacon or of unit pork  until crisp. Add to the., a oun of  tomatoes, n littlo milt und a cupful  of rice whicli hns been washed nnil picked  over*  Doll hard, for t������n minutes. Then mot tho  saucepan upon an asbestos mat nml turn tho  rum vory low. Cover tlio smiceiuin clouoly  io keen In tho st.>nm, Coolt .lowly for three-  quarters of un lio ui' without stirring. ,    .  An Iron saucepan lined with porcelain Ms  used "down south." . ,  The content, nhouid lie very dry whon  ready to serve. As cun. ure of vurlous nines  nnd nomo brands of tomuinos nro moro  juicy ttinn other*. It may be woll to mn low  rice, hn Jimitiiii in dictates, ur lo uiltl u latin  waler to tlio Juice, ....  Houthorners i.orve moat ������ravy with pilau.  PVoeh .iiii.nnn ur hIivIihi* may ho used  lnm.wl of imi-oii nnd tomato,  Chicken Pilau t  la made by usliur tlm wuler In which a  fowl lliu been bulled In liluce of tomatoes.  Add to Dili a cupful or mora of i-old chicken  cut Into iniiiii lilm unit minimi or  chopped). Add tlm rice nml proceed in with  tomato pilau.  "Hopping John"  lloll eowpims or "crowd-ars" until tender,  Add ix iil.ee of Kilt pork nnd a little unit.  Tour Into tliU a handful of washed ami  -snaked rli'i-,  lloll lm iil for ten minutes, Hot I lie entice-  ixin uiinii nu nub.'mon nmt mul turn tlie um  very low, Hloam .lowly for an linur In a  tlwliily coven d saucepan.  1 have bouidit cowpeas dried In Ilie New  Vork markets, 1 do not recollect wiiui iln*y  or������ calleil there.  The dried iii-iif must he soaked In cold  waler fer some hour* bifiiie tliny nre boiled,  Tlio fliuntltv of line should In* nl. nil I cup-  "fill to double the quantity of pirns, There  iniiut In. ,-iiij.ii.Ii wulor lu t<ovur thu pens  well when the lieu 4s milled.  ..i I lmve noohej neither pilau no** hopping J.ilin In tevcral yuars I can only xlvu  He o uim-ifil itlrcitons or piii .ulng the  illnliin,   cnnldnir rleu In (rue southern style  ������.������,    1*..%    M *;..'*-,. ...1.1. if.,    i^'h-.,!    m    iltm,,, I     ���������i  exp.rleiies,       K, !., h, (South Caroline..  Not ono cook in ten knows how to uod).  rlco pruini'iy. Vlio sticky, .lurchy iii.in.  fu.iv.u up under tlio lUiino of tliu inul-  tiditf.il >c'it-:i! upon many utiles, ci-tn at  the nouth, In wretched stuff, illspletmlnir  to the nyn und lo the taste, ll always  reminds me of Churlotlo lironte'a ,;li.-  llm potatoes In a "sort nf voiieta-bln  rIiic." The rice thus murdered may do  <liity aa library panto; 11 Is not 1ft for  ftxhfe use. Tliern Is but one right way  of foMtlmt It as ii vegetable to lis  served alone,  To Cook Iticr.  Wnsh n cupful of rice In t'/o wafer-.;  <hfn drop li slowly Inla .wo quarts  of salted boiling; wnter. J.tcp up the  har* holl fn. iteenfv minutes. Never  stir rl-ffe   while   it l������   In   cooklnif.  In  twenty .minutes bite into a grain to '  determine if it is done. If It be really  tender, turn the rice Hisli-ly into a hot  colander as vou would boiled potatoes,  shake to dislodge every drop of water  and set the colander in the open oven for  live minutes to dry the rl'.o off, Eucii  grain Hhould stand apart from the rest,   '  The water in  which   rice   ha������   been  boiled should go into the sto.kpot.    U  , Is \o\y  nourishing.  Our South Carallnlnn hns our thanks  for her pleasnnt letter and tlie ftx.clle.it  recipe., contributed In lcspon.o to two  lii.'uliiea.  A Chemist to the Rescue  In response to the quei'le8 unont the  expediency of letting dough rained with  hailing powder stand several hours before baking, a practical chemist honora  tho Rxchiingo with a pi'ofesHlonal  opinion.  Should Baking Fowdor Dough Stand  Long Before Baking ItP  ,��������� 'AlthouKh, a priori, one would ronson with  the editor-of the RxclmtiKe that lialilni.  powder UuukIi Simula ko Into the oven eoon  after mlxliur It, lh������ contrary ox'ieilonce of  sevoral 'correspondents may bo rationally  pxpl.tlnod. The teeult, presumably, depends  lai'xoly upon t .n relative consistency of tho  douirli, whether It ho relatively a soft,  nioliit clpiiBh, a thin * boiler or a comparatively dry and m-m mass liitemleil for  lrimii, Another fnctor, and an Important  one, mny Im the klilil of lukliui powder  tisuil, whether tlm acid constituent uc crenm  of tiirtur, taitarlc ovlil,,.ai-lil c.ilulum <l'tu*������-  phato) or alum.  If the fuels are us lei i-'moiiKuI (Ihey nre  often erronoi usiy Interpreted), then we ruuy  supiJime tlmt lliu ������oliiil.-u of tlie Imklnu  powder Is retirili'd, ami heni.-e lhe action  pf the Insredlents Is slackened. *i'hls*wlll  lie true In thu case of n dryish, firm and  fatty dousli, The mujstiire dins not readily  dissolve the soda nml tlie avid, in waler  Ilie effei'vcuceiico Is liuiiiedlute nnd vein*,  ment. Then iigulii, eri-uni or tnrliir nnd  tlio | .lOMih.iln are li uh i cnilM v hhIiiIiIk limn  iiniiirli- in-Ill mid alum, Tlmt wntil.l make  ii illlferenci In, lhe result, rut Imklnif  imiwiIit mio Mick iiinliisN.s mul sic how  slowly It works,  Hut tun slow ovoluilon or yiu will fnver  a mure lliorniixli iieriuluti and mure mliiuie  porlflcntliiii, and so li liner eimiiM!.  Ami yot naiils, lient favors thn rlii-mlml  aellun mul a low tiiniei'tiiiire iilnrds It.  I ilmilit If a tartaric m-ld imwiler I'i a thin  hatter cuiild lie i.inlHiil.lv allowed to siund  Ioiik Im I oi f ItakhiK,  A. 0.  V., Cliemlst (Chlciiuo).  Ttibl? Decorations  In com mnn wllh manv (.tlicr linusemntheri  who iti-lliflil In diiiiily inhte ������|i|ioliitmerits,  I hnve nun sluidiii elei'lilc Hunt above my  dinner tnblo nnd supply the rest nf the  ne.'deil llliinilnnllon Willi enmlles, I li/ive  four very priJt.y cut-ytm* e������n.|itstU'V(������,  which.were en-, nf iny vcrldlnu gift., nnd  inl'i" i.liii.nt.fi In u������lne Ihem Hnt n'ltiiitipti  1 inly li.inl iniiiliin, I'm.' will, iiri", r*i-i-  elnllv If Ihe iwim lie imiiininllv wnem. l.������������t  limm llu-y .|.i'il>i-| II.I...II ii|...il nir l.ii.n-  I'lnlli. Ilinv -.hull I hlnil.-r this mil������*iiv7  I .liirt enn't hear the Idea nf kIvIiik up my  soft light and prettv eandlesllrks.  AMY B. <liurf������l.i, N. V I.  Huy  tho short (-andlet.  culled   "hotel  cnndirm"   (udimnTiiliie),   nml   Iny   them  llnr-m   ll.o   f.r,   r ���������!���������   .,t,,,M,  >lf.lir������   l.l-l'l.l,,   i|W>-  tinr. It ynu have rooin l/i Uie refrl'ici-'i**  tor, keep tha candle, nn thei leo nil summer long, They will not drip If thun  chilled, Do not tnUn Ihem off until ii  few minutes before ihey are to he  llfthted,  Substitutes for Ilutler  We have li.ul a H.ily .Um ^mt.-rt in 1 ..*.!i  sides ii to (he etreiMmiy of using lard  ���������nd other subslltiUis fer  Imiiiim* In raki"  in-nldew*     Tde hr<no*p hn* n ������  k*.n .ir...*-*.  by -sny ������,f lh.   writers.    I use mt ef (lie  pure whlto compounds (of which tlmre nre  leveral on the mnrkit) In itcad of Iiob lanl.  Tlie occret Is this: Tako but three-quarters as much as you would nll.w of butter, Cream the compound with a pinch  of salt and the flavoring, Having beaten  it to a light crenm, iii.u bu_ui- and cream '  ngTtln, ns In other recipes, and io on.  I never fnll nml use this shortening even  when butter is chop und nbundant,  Kew hou.etiiiilneis inane l-krIcss wnf-  Ike mid Krlddtc cakes. Mix ns though  cbb* wero to bo used, and for a quart  of eour milk stir In soda and the butter  ns lhe I. et thlnR, and a talil.spoonful of  ine)t*:d lard. A nniall q un.lty of meal  Is added by dome c oke. Tho mills munt  not bo miiBty. No one would detect the  absence of eggs.  Uo liousaii.i liters ��������� know that If, In  scrambling'eime, n table, pnonful of wntrr  be added, for each i-kk, the i|uaiitlly of the  "scrnmblo" will bo doubled, thn eggs  much lighter nml moro dlgertlble? It must  be served Immediately, as It soon ralln.  Again, If In whipping cream the whlto  of an egg he beaten Into tho crenm, tho  quantity will be ** Incro'isod without Injuring, the quality of tho ."whin,"  Kindly nubllah a r quest for "salt-water  turfy." It appeared lu a magazine thirteen  or fourteon yenra ago, I recnll that Riim  arable was ono of the Innmll. nm, and  that the product was perfectly delicious,  ClI.NBVII.Vra (Dawson, aa,).  Your I'Dqucut Ih puhhciI nloni. the line  to be "stopped whon the holder of tlio  recipe for suit-water tuffy raises her  bund,  You have prepaid us for any service  we may bo ablo to roinl.r.  Candied / lolets and Roses  .Vill you ur .iiinrlindy in lint .'uiiii-r Int  ine huve a iccliie tny (.iIiiiIvIiih vlnUm mid  rete pelalsV       J, I-', I., 11*11 I'ujon, Cnl.i,  The reiiiiOHt In referred to thone fa-  mllliir with the dainty coiil'uctloiis of  wliicli ynu Hpeak.     '  Selling fJomentades  I mnke good, Iluht hreud-or so I nm  n.mui-il by my frl.-mls, Tlioy wnulil like  to buy It uf uie ii'KUluily, Wluii wuiil.l be  lhe weight n[ :l fi.eiit liiill-llie s.iliii' lis  lhe bakers s_l'~ an.l h.nv iiiiich dou^h will  I  um. fur ii iine-iHililid luiif?  J. PleiiMii nil������ l.i'lim In.- malillig (li-linill  ri.-.hii puffs, llliu Um.b sold Iii the l.uki-  shops,  :i, There ure a lot of b-iinlln/ h.ium-s ulioui  U������ while rallidiil uifii gel lheir meals. I  uiu aimliiiis tu mil..- n little |ln money for  myself, What should 1 chunii) pir day for  nii'iih? All 1 must 1 luive I lleitlimi In order  lo nell food?  4, What should 1 charge per iluten fnr  iluUMliiiiils7  ti. is  there  any, illsHruce  In  selling  the  eaUldi-H  I  liavn nami'il?  A HOUTH OAHOI.I.VA HOIJHKMOTIIKR.  Your letter waa written In pencil nnd  niiTowly csi'iipi'il tin* wuNtehiiHliet un  (liul, iiri-mint. 1 i-iiiiiioi i.iuhi(|. to in..(I,  iiuicli lesa to misH'or, |H'iicllHil notes,  Whim they are written on both aldea of  Ine nuirl, .mil pi*, u.ijm ������if|ia<i nm; ,..���������  Itl'ilx iilnrte, tlli'i*i������ U nn elinnce nf a  ic.wlllig.  You give rwme und udilrcss In full  und write tipuii uik^hIiI. of tlm |.iiet.  MuMoicr, > vu an- in e.iuie.t i.i within-i  to turn .in lir������in>������t penny or two hy em-  ploylnil your one talent,  1. When   I   tea I   your   leliei*   thrnii ���������)���������  ������   tnr,  ���������.���������.���������������  -,..f    .���������,.-_;;.-.   .wn .'   ���������������-. .'.'...i *  .,���������..."  thu baker dellvvied Uiiu inornliiir. It  cost & cents uinl It weighs Just three-  iiu.'iriers of a pound. HIih-d 4 even  nips (half pinin> weigh l pound, ami  tho milk or wnter, yeast, et*,. which go  Jo nvnko un the loaf   would  probably  fied, nnd through no fault of the men.  Illness, business dlnaater, accident may  check tbe earning capacity of the legitimate bre.id-winner, and It is then that  the bravo little .wife steps Into the  breach and, with her nimble fingers or  quick brains, supplies the family living.  Or the man who lives right up to "nls income dies In the harness and the widow  llnds heiself the sole support of herself  nnd littlo children. Then It is that the  profession or trade that she learned  while yet In her father's home Is her  mainstay and the support of her dear  ones.  Our girl must, there_ore. take up some  line of work in which she may perfect  herself. Stenography, typewriting,  bookkeeping-, teuchlng, embroidery, millinery,, dressmaking���������-any ono of a number of occupations _s open to her. But  to the girl who desiies none of these I  would call attention to the fact that  there are mnny oDe������lngs for women who  ari> skilled In the care ana duties of a  well-kc.pt home. We all know of women  caterers who excel In their bui-.lness.  An expert cook who will go out to prepare "company dinners" demands ana  receive.; bi*>h nriep-i  One kind of work that iffers Itself to  fhe girl who is an expti lenced housekeeper te that of training servants. The  busy woman who hus engiiged a new  maid and wishes ber taugnt the-ways of  a properly conducted home hears with  delight that there is in her city a young'  woman who l.nakes a pcinl of performing this service. She comes to the house  when the new maid, who Is to be chambermaid and waitress, arrives, and shows  her Just what her duties are to be and  how to pcifonn them pioperly She tells  her how to make the beds, dust the  loomrf, care for the toilet articles?, dust  the parlors, wait on the door, take the  vlb-Hor's card and announce the caller,  set tho table for the various meal_, announce these meals, wait on the table  ���������for breakf.iet. luncheon and dinner; how  to care for tbe sliver, glass and china:  how to prepare the roams for the night,  opening tho beds, laying out bathrobes  and slippers, closing the blinds, etc.  Many of us housekeepers, busy from  ��������� morning to night with our various) avocations, social demands, charitable  work, etc., would gladly pay $5 for the -  Eervices~of"������ucir~a"^t-e-a-ciTer" for_ir"sinc!e   day. To have some one to "show tho  new maid how" would be, Indeed, a  boon. And sui_h clean, nice, sheltered  kind of work as this should have many  reiined girls ready to undertake it  What shall our girl do? Surely tnerO  are numbers of tliin_-,is which she may  undertake. But, before going afur for  art, literature and music, let her be certain Hunt the work the All-Father moans  for her to do is not close at home, waiting for her willing hand to find It, tha.t  sho may "do U with her might."  ^*m*amHo^<w^  M  "Sewing."  ( "Ironing." '���������*���������-  herself, even If thero docs not seem at  the present time nny likelihood that Hhe  will bu"-*called upon to do It, Not long  tigo nomo one remarked druntlcully that,  every woman ouifht to have Bome^ profession or means of ciiniliiK money, so  tlmt she cun mipport the liiu.lm.Kl she  may pci'lmpa take unto liuiwlf, Wliliu  tills wiih mild In Irony, It Ih n fuel that  numbers of woineii In this broad laud of  (jiiiH me Htippiii'tliiu thu men they mar-  ��������� music  UKJC require*., indeed, a code of  mlos Just uh poesy requires a  Hynteni of verBlilcntlon.���������Thlbaut.  I verily think, nnd am not'ashamed  to say, that, next to divinity,"no.art  Ih comparable to muBlc.���������Martin Luther.  Mimic to the mind is uu air to tho  Viofly.-Piuto.'  Mualo Ih architecture translated or  traiispoHcd from 'spijco Into time; for  In nltiHlc, besides tin. deepest feellnif,  tlmrc rcljriiH also'n rlirnrous, inatlio-  r.-ntleal liilclIlijisnco.-HcKel.  Why nuifilc wns ordnlncd?  Wiih It not Co n<fi*ii_h tho mind of mnn  Afti'i' IiIhWtiinlert, or IiIh u.itial pain?  T'len give'mc loiive'to ruud philosophy,  >'ij while 1 pausu h������. vo In your hur-  monv. m.m.i.vt,-,.'.',-,-  wslRh nbout n quarter of n pound, you  mny calculate for yourself now much  fUiiir went Into that loaf.   Measure care  fully Ihe iriitreilliiits weed In on.King wit*  of your )<s_vi*n and compiita the cost.  ?  This Is llie bent recipe I know of for  making '  Crenm Puffs  Stir half a pound of butter Into ������.  pint of wuler, li JUile more man bluud  wiirmj sot over the lire und bring slowly  to tho boll, This reached, stir In grnd-  uully --.i of ii pound of hilled Hour, keop-  lnu Uiu npuim going nil the time until  you tinvc* a Hiiiuoih, bubbling punic.  Turn Into a luliei-ii pliiiK.r und let  It Wft perfectly cold, Ui-m b i'KKm wry  light and whip Into the pmite when It Is  cold. Whip In lliu ben ten yolks lli'Ht,  then fulil In Ihu NtllYciicil whites.  l>ri������|������ the butter when ready in grunt  spouiiruls upon lnuu-i'cd puper lining  your bilking ikiiih, lulling cure put to lei  them tmi'tdi one iinotliei',  lluko ten inlnuieH In a quick,, oven.  They . houbl bo very puffy when ������l������no  uinl of u golden brown.  Filling  Wet up i table. pnonfulH of cornstarch with iiniui.ii  ,,i)ii. in iiiiike tt  IlltO    (I    HUH,lllll    pltHll-,      Illlll    il    Hl'llllt  iiiiui t    of    milk    In   ii   iliiui.ii.    boiler,  milling  u  pini'ii   of   hi'il.i    to    ini*.i',it  I'.Ulllill.i,        111 111      .     fmh*      ni)       ilgl.ti  hilr nun Hum ': Hi-uiit ci^f.il-. or  siifcior, ninl lnu ililw the. ,or,imiir. h  pii.ti-. .ih .oon iih the' in il it bulla,  pn.ir It ii'iy slmvly ftoni ilio .iiui-u-  I um illii'i-ti^ upon thu inlMure you  I liiiv,.' {um ininli- in-ill Ine* nil lh i- limn  lo |i|evc(il .iiiiijiUiK. Killilii), Mil lu it  h'-ntiltl)-* ("iinim-n-nil n| b'l-ili-r* Vient  all iiiHeiliii luitil tor k in11.iit-ti nml  M'l iml-.lf In iOi.I, j.i-..;.uii wllh vn-  uiim or ieiiiun, When you wi������n ta till  tin.! puff*, 1,1,1 a ,-ii'tip iii.iie lighily  urmiiul the mi*, ide of eiii-h; M|illt tbem  and ll'.l with the mixture.  When   ynu   lnu I-   uuuii-   ili>-si-   mien  ,.. -.������_w-..,..������..������./,  rt**   ^������-'^l \������.k.i,\,-.   Wu.   .-**  ....*.  you  will |iriiiiouiiee tin in   .uperior m  nny you  ever bought  from n .hup.  Now for your third query: 1'rleen  of provisions vary so much In different sections of nur country tlmi I  ennnot undertake t-o name terms for  the men who nre to profit by your  homin eonkery, Inquire from others  who haii* taken day honrrj.-r������, and  ri'guliit-t .vnur prices itt-i-nniingly.  Hueh crenm puffs as I i.nve de-  K* rllied ttri.it** *, i-entu nfli' ������������������ In ���������li'*  eily.  Ami they ar* worth It,   If mn-  toriiils uro chenper with you, grndo  tho Pi'lcu to HUH tlieiii,  I, Good (lougiiiiutK ure mild In  iiurtliuiii vvoiiiuu'ti excliKiiKi.'H fur J i-unu  nplocc. Vou Hhould gut out n license- to  iivolil tliu poHHiiniity of iiouble and to  dl|;lilfy  your IiiihIik*hh.  ti. None wluilover! On lhe oilier  IiiiiuI, liiindreilx of highly iiiiih-.-'Iutile  women, all over thn United Htahv, are  lurnliiK lheir culliuuy - inleiiis to ml-  viiiitnitM in Just UiIh wuy. Some ir.-u  miiklnu foi'tiiiii.-H by notion .is eutereiH  und leiirooni keepei'H, OlheiH niiil.n  ttu Ir "ihnrliy nmiicy" by iiiiikina mid  H-lllug i-i*rt(iln dnlniy spei'liillleH lor  the   (iiliii..  There |h no illsgni.e In1'honest labor  iiiiywlKiro or of any kind.  Pests in Old Furniture  I innrrIk.1 Inst winter an only ion of  southern gentlefolk, Tiny urn nut In a  imsllliili In lii-fii servant*, lull llu-v luive  "l'i<s" 'if b-iuullful, rate el-l fi'iiiltiu-*-.  In strictest - nilillileili' , I wiiui In (ill  ;iiu my tiutililei Wi. an- tili.Mii tn ri-iiiuyii  Into a smaller house, und the ui..(liir will  ,*,.i. ns simin ef ilii> ilimitv lii'lrliiemR In  Die furm of tlie furilllure 1 spt'ke of, I  Ilinl nil the liiiti, *if.������ ii ml i -ven oil  11'lltlllllKS   full   f.f   blllJS,  1 iry. ami clnui, mul s'rinn, imill a|i-  pi-llli. und ninriiie iili> I'l.ne, l.neh ruiiiil  s-Aiiiiiis wllh tin* I'tstt. 'II. nu.Hi-1 11. i,M.  Hh.> Is ll'I In Ilu. win. ts In uiu ihw  limm',    Sdime time nen   I  n-iil In  llif K������-    '  il,���������i,,l:    ul     Uilllli ((OHM    Ut.il     null.u    UU    Ik  lenisn of rnnihcs and li II, I tint tho  I'Lt'"' .'"���������;'  *-��������� ���������������','a   iii.il'  i '.ti.in.i l.i.il l(.  Tlie lii-ds ure nf the t. it-ut. heavy kind;  llm wardrobe ami, linlenl, nil the articles  nro very beautiful, Tluie are ureliy elmlrs.  u,h',,p. tt..ii,H am! dun.mi- i.i iiiJtili, All  nu> iiinrt.li. topped Unit lmve tops,  , Won't vnu, mil ,if 11,. t.i,ii.ini.������������ of yunH  henri, hflp me In  iny din- i-nlri-mliyf   1  wmiM Wi.tk lev nrii'MK nm In in t fhlneii  iiii. ,i .ii-i.iii t:i.in)ii|iin, .... limi i i iin inn  (Iiliii. I i imnm klip a ������*'iv'.ni, ami Uik  mi.ther ssvs sli* lias ninl i-vi rytitlmr In  Hie ilrus store* recuiiiim ii-li it fur ilils pur-  pun*.   I  sin  well  lush  In  .,. ������|,uli*  I shall pnmler the pnpir dally until I  nail uf iftmethlriK bnlieful,  Mrs, NI_Wf.YWRI) (Nerfelk, Vn.l.  A heBrt-breuklriff story this! I wMi I  eoiild eneournito you to believe in Ihu  firiieilrtibllltv of sfieedv relief from your  iillli'tlon. It la more Hum u worry nr  annoyance.  T/i l.x'ln with, and lo l������* burx .1 with  you, yi'J must to. on tin- lookoui for u  rtturii of tlie abominations for months  alter you i-oiisliler tha) you luive routed  iln-.ii, Dellvi.rnnee will cwne to you In  tlmo. an ithiiH to'othii.H, iliut thv prl'.'e  of etci'iiiil vlKllancu iiuist be -paid "on  Uie liint.iilmeiit pliin" for weury months.  fh/ti of nil, huvo every piece of Unit  rare old furniture taken oil of ilooi-i.  nml taken iiiKiit, Do It ou ii llnu duy,  anil hv,iii|i out evtuy Joint und ci'i'iiee  with n iliurii-|)olnii.ii tvhlHk broom. If  you fail net (iccvsh lo n barn H<w*r ninl  hive UiIh nwept, then dovereil wllh  iiiiWHimpetH, you will uiilu niiii'h nt lliu  iiutnei. An tin' rieiilui'.i* and the eggs  tumbli: out upon the paperH kill nn.l stay  without exception, Tint sweeping uud  huiTinvliqr dii/ie, burn tho piiper*( und  spri'iid ii 1'nv.li .nipiily. Hnvo at liaiiil  u imt of spliltM of tiirpenlliHi tutu  wiib ll you have sllrrod u few ouneee* of  I'ori-.'nlvt.. mibllrimle, I'mvldu yourself  Willi,a syrliiK". nnd with it siiuirt the  ilimlly mixture Into evtuy erurk nml  Jullillii;, iind Into llio pores of iiiiv.it-  iilelutl wood, where the demoiiH liavn  laid their i fir. I in* liivish In the uso  nf the liquid. Hntiirntn* all the iinviii*.  nl������lied wiiml. Then eovnr thn fnrnlttii*.*  with li.iriiil pupui* mul lenvo it fur tw>  '">'***.  V.r.n you not 'lmrrow u  vni'iint  nvwn  Hollli-wheie   III   will.1ll lu prut'liro Ilie next  si!i|.(. i.c ilu- treatment'. (Irnnp all Uu*  il'.'.nenihe. cit fiii'tilliue Into nun iinvti  'Uie nuiHili* topN mny lie left alone u I  Mie v.-av thm-it-h Vvin :i 1*. V "f t������"*  most robust breed has never been iible  lu burrow or bite Ills wny Inlo marble,  Havo tho syrliiKti temly (iitiiln. Kill II  How with ii mUiiiie of three purl-t  >,*n>*ollli(*, one part fur m'lilehyde, im.l  siituniifi llm wood with this. f)o It  quickly   lint    tlionniKbly   nnd,   Ituvlnr;  V il.,-lli   1������^*|    ..iMl    I, ,*,..  ttr,    i,   ������     lilt     > -���������������*  life, |>t the txiteni ileiitb-deiiilni. jwisea  work for two tlayu before diirliiM tu  open the doin*. Air well, then, lastly,  huvo iho fiirnlluru rtvnrnlshed by n  pnietlnil hariit.  If you follow the*'!, irvitrui't'ons fnllh-  fully, and then be on lhe. watch fur a  nionih thereafter, ymi will bu as nutis  as thn owner of heavy wooden furniture I'lin ever Im (rnm tiu- in i-q ilr-  lestiiMf of nil known vermln-wlth per-  liSfm oim* l-nf-ef.tliin from wbl.-h deeent  riviilins never ������urr������.������- WJyiuHj mS-nTS.'WT  .���������^.WIJIIJ L||l(������9_^W������  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, BRITISH COLmtmA.;  "Tt.-jn  *jtt.a. -^viif.-'i^.-sssi??.-"'  "X- ���������-.-���������J'*--5-.\- ���������-;*??���������.  ..  .  *    ������i  l������  tf  t !?  I  /M F-M 7  * v.  -rorivsn  LACK CU-ViWIKS AT REDUCED. PRICKS.  O-.'d Pieces of <*-.i-ia. -!,i<-d Painted, to clear nt half price.  ONE in.'y benuniHl h:i> rl p   nu*.! TEA SET,  regular       <Mn aa  price $15.00   ON  SALE AT         ^IV.vll  ONE i.nl    TE.\ SET,  ri:.;ul.ir price,   $8.00.      ON-       &   r f|A  ���������SALE AT         ������j> J.Zy  Hal. nee of Ru<>s and Mats to clear at  BAUOAIN PRICES.  A Complete S ock uf Furniture to Select From,  fcl  u  A. McKII'J^TOH McPhee Diode, Cumberland  _i_3_fi  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  Ladies' & Gentlemen's  tailor made   suits  FROM   $30.00   TO  ������55)00.  Cleaning   and Pressing  DONE AT  Reasonable Prices,  Phone 52  Wmm  Cumberland. S. C,  ���������_.  1.  1  I 0������)  -)  @  (?)  S. iSAKA. PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  By Auto to Alb- rati.  By Way of Nanaira;..  Mr. Thos. E. Bale, iho nominee of Uie Conservative u-;socia-  tious ot Cumberland and Comox  for the constituency o: Comox.  Atliu, accompanied h\ Mr. O. T.  Smithe, ediior of ilie 1. hinder,  and party, left liere on Sunday  afternoon at 3 o'clock by auto on  a journey fo Alberni. in "rder to  confer with their coHeu^ne***. iu  that, district and secure their en-  dorsal ion of the unanimous, choice  of the party in this section.  Through a mishap u> lie tires  the party were obliged to proceed  through lo Nauaiino to endeavor  !o procure ntwoues. Unable to  get tires either iu Naiaimo or  Victoria, another automobile was  secured to carry tlie pa ty to i's  destination, and a sart made at  niae o'clock Monday m*..ruii_g,  Cameron Lake was reached  about 11 o'clock with 111 a stop  Th is islt^rett)T|.iece~6*;^"watei7  noted ior its trout fishing, and  lies just Leiow the divide on. the  Nanaimo side. The ro id. winds  aloug the shores to ihe head of  the lake, and there \vil; be, found  ideal subjects that wou.il gladden  the heart of "Siddaroah, the  tailor,'' should he ever visit that  spot. Across the lake tne Hue of  the K. & N. can be seen higher  up and running almost parallel  to the road. Coombs, just below,  the lake, is at. present the termin  ���������us ol! the passenger traffic.of the  railway, but the grad ng is com-,  pleted and the rails la .1 to with-,  in a few miles of . I\*.t Alberni,  aud it is expected th it in two  mouth's time, a through service  City Council  The city council met in regular  session on Monday evening, there  being present Aldermen Willard,  Banks, Parnham :md the mayor.  Communication was received  from Provincial Secretary's office  re extension of city limits.  Fire Brigade leport the names  of new o.ficers elected.  Frank Monaco's monthly report was received and laid ou the  table for fu;ure discussion.  Constable Gray's report:���������  Scavenger....- .$103.75  Nightwatchman ... 42.50  Police court fines..  City road Tax      iu.  13,00  00  Total $16,925  Medical health.officer's  report  for the half-year was received.  Accounts:���������  F.   Monaco $, 46.So  C H. Tavbell       7.35"  A. McQuarrie       9 50  A. C.   vV'ilson      1200  Freight  60  City Uerk       7,00  ^'PrDuTinevTrrrrrTTv���������So.uo���������  A James     4125  Total,  . 8 2.04  Church Federation,  It is doub;ful if the world at  large is greatly interested now-a-  days in the battle of the creeds,  The time appears to hnve gone  bv when the Meih.odi.sts, Presbyterians. Baptists, Congregationalisms and other religious organizations thought it necessary in  defence of their respective creeds  to fly at each other's throats. In  deed, the very determined effort  now being made throughout the  Dominion to biing ;.l>out so-  cailed 'Church union,' is the best  answer to their old arguments  thatsalvatiou could only be round  in a particular fold. Since the  present policy of union constitutes the abandonment of this traditional attitude the world considers that the churches have  answered themselves,' and has  adopted an attitude of indifference. But the matter is going  further. Leading divines of more  than one church are splitting  their followers upon questions of  doctrine, and more lately theolog  ical students are refusing to subscribe to some of the articles iu  the creed of their own church.  Perhaps it is not wise to general ize_too__ much Jrom these__con-  ditious, but it is fairly safe to  ."������������������ugtjfest ihat lhe churches are by  <S  Ladies' and  Gentlemen's Suits  Made   v.o ">der  from S20 to S35    All Work* First Class  lo purchase uniforms for the city  police. /  Frank Monaco ask^d that a.  new scavenger wagon be provided, as the present one was.beyond  repair. It was moved by Aid.  Pavnhain, seconded by Alderman  Banks, that a new one be pur  chased.   Carried,  Aid. Willard thought that some  thing should be done iu the matter, of sidewalks on Diinsmuir-  Ave, and moved, seconded by  Aid Parnham,.-thai."' an   estimate  wiirbeesUiblished'vSirfrom !* obrained '^ anient sidewalks  irom First to Filth s<.reels  uu means  a solidarity  even  in  The. council voted 820  in  ad-1 Ula-ters that have been regarded  diji.ou, to the $60; already   voted.)as.essential, and that for the aver  iige   man,   devour  of mind and  humble ot  spirit,  a   new   creed  There was but one tender for  Victoria to Port Alberni;  The ride over the d'vide is  picturesque iu the extreme, the shingling the city hall, which  road following the bunko to tlie was from A McQuanie, the a-  iakeinas.niightauilvery steep mount being $ia5, Tender was  upward climb of about two miles' ,  along   the   side   of  the  gorge, ^^      . .���������. ,        ,   .  which fulls away at the roadside I    A G nlau������M<.r W,H  be asked  in a sheer descent of some bun "to make good the damage done  dredsof feet.     Thi*. is the most by hi.s team to city  property on  dangerous part of the road,  al- Saturday night,  thimgh there are some other verv     .������ ���������   .��������� ���������    1  nasty corners ei.cuuuered which     ^������'������l������������^><>������ "as  received  inquires both .4:ill  ami  car  (niioiintiii/r .0 ,8100 01). Mr. .lot*  Davis, of Comox, so wm are iu-  iiiniioil,cupf ti.uil this exti'ftoi'diimi-y  WuT fwmWin  MaUhcwson  refusing pH^-Tlioy   h.id   Imtti.r  diuiign  'lu-ii* hruiid of whislcv down  tlmt  will be formulated much simpler  than any which have gone before.  ������o which the masses of mankind  may be led to subscribe. Meanwhile,, one cannot but admire the  sturdy loyalty of Uie grand ��������� old  mau of the Methodist Church,  Dr Carman,, iu many respects  the counter-part of Dr Rigg, who  NOTICE.,  Mr. G. Ardley, of Comox, lias  in his possession a barrel of, house,  hold goods, shipped with his  freight from Victoria, which does  not belong to him. Owner can  have same, by applying to the  above and paying expenses.  TENDERS  For the purchase of the stock  of Thomas E. Cartwright, consisting of Gents Furnishings,  Hoots and Shoes, Staple Dry  Goods, and Store Fittings. This  stock will beon view in the store  previously occupied by T. E.  Cartwiigiit, Davis Block, Duns-  uiuirAve., Cumberland, B.C.,  between the hours of 10 a. in.,  aud 12 noon; aud 1 p.m. and 5  p.m., on the following days:~  July 27th, 28th, and 29th, 1911.  Tenders must be'sent .to W. J.  Eraser, P. O'. Box 62, Cumberland, B.C.. ou or before Tuesday.  August ist, 1911. The highest  or auy tender not necessarily accepted.    W. J .  Fraskr,  -   Assignee.  Cumberland, B.C., July 24, '11.  1  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  PUBLIC NOTICE.  Public notice is hereby given,  that on Saturday. August 5rh, a  poll shall life taken at the Oity  ITn.II ^OmTu-iT* i .iTulrBr" C :r~,f n r "t h e  purpose of obtaining the cnjisont  of the owners of the'land to hn ir-  elndfi'1 within the proposed extension of the city limits. Such poll  shall ho open from 9 a. m. until  7 p.'in.  Bv order in Council dated July  22, 1011.  A. jMcKinnon,  Returning Oilieor.  City Hall, OnmlMiliiiid, B.C.,  July 25fh.,l Oil.  WANTKD-Tw.eher for Minto  neliuol.    Stilnry S'lii'i 00 por inpntli.  was for so many years the  "beiej Appliejitioiin to he in, on  or  ho-  noir'' of hei crodox ininisters iu  tlie Methodist Church at home.  SOME KtSlI.  A- iiionsttii* snliriou' wan ctutght  roei'iitly off Comox  wharf, which  weighed 300 pounds, When open  ed, inside was found   7   troui,   8  plu.at-iiiit.fl, ll hird'i. nosU, 8 lingurii,  faro July 25th. 1911. Stnto quill-  iliontinns, Addrpf-s Alex Soiner~  villo, Box  4  Cnmliurliiiiil, IJ. C.  -LOST-A 1/M'i-ot skiff, pninl-  grey. Light cliiini on Imw mid  two O-foiit, nnrs in bout," Rowm-d  of ,?n will he paid  for return   to  2Hiig8iindrt   roll ui iWik ���������i>iJlni]Umi Gm,,t   ������r., Cunihorliui.l,  - P������. C.  HCS.S on the part of the driver,  to have his property here elennwl  ���������   -H'lV Schoefiekl certainly posses- up.   Ciiy Solicitor HarrLson will  ses both  qualiGci.Mons,  aud  in- be instructed tottel in the matter,  spire- e mlideuoe i  Albenii wn*. readied between Tlm ������'rool Koom l.y.l,nw" re-  12 and 1 oMocl., and utter lunch eeivml it k lii'Htiuitl hoooikI rotdin <������  the par:t\ proceeded to Port Al- Thti "I'ouud l.y.Uw" waHcon-  henii,   a  mile   or  ,-o down lhe tt|l|mMli a<|    (<1(, ft((|, ���������,m��������� ,  canal.     I his place will l.irm the*    r|l| ,.'     .   ....     ' *      ,.  ' wcs'eniienuit.us of (lie E.&nJ iho ",Bt,|,r ������f ,1U"^ "������������ ,','lls  and w\Y. probably form Uie husi-- ",,,J ft >*0,-"rt ^ lll������-������ |H'I!������������ '������ [������"'���������  news ru tion of ihe oily 'hat is lo of lhe Hiugii.ti'af.i'i. iiftieu wim filer  be.    A wharf is under construe- md to the Itouni of Works.  I<V).tSA!;ii:~-tO))erort ol land  on the old Huri'jgnii est ate, ulioii'  thtoe   niih'H    from   Ciuiihoi'litiul,  wuy, or they   will   ho   eulehiiigi Apply, lo  Alex   Wiiino, Cnmhoiv  hiiakofi iniiteiul nf Hiilnion,  SUJVlMJillBI'HEUUWi!,  '*' I-  * it  ���������i;v::v,\\-  T!.vCi/.'.i:;-?!'v!f|'������ruo.!.  A   woriii.i  :ivt* ui tuil   np������r*i-'  tion, Mill .supply material I'or the'  V'i;.!.'>iii.- residences  nntl .stores'  iv. .11 ..ru UciMg ereded  The scam w������"'"'���������'���������'���������K 1,l'!,l   >'������  ir '-*i*.nl   wh.icu is 4.   eet   hick, is,t;i'y )in'* phn't'i'ili.  {jiving notleo of  Dm burvii'oh wi'io  poBieu   1)1  wm   *���������#' --   o(    revival  a  KorvH'Oft  Wi>n*rii  ol r;ooi ij-Hiiiiy and is being dc  ve'opcd. Stuv y pa'riie*. tor the  C N' R are out ou bo h sides of  Albenii, and al.o^,'* li r 'he jirof-  ptfiS iook vi 1 y bri;,ln for ihat  d.;i lie .  Al or a   Mitisf'rieiorv   meeting  ihi.' uikIj, the par'y left earjv tlie  i >U'������wii"3j moiuiug lor Cuiiiber  hind.  Union iky drfiHti**: (*,. nrf������<i>.tv  tt biiM������b..'l on Suiuhn. byiuicu'  Hpioous pliu-os, Ouo day tho fol-  lowing iititico wiih ponied; lloll,  ]'��������������� [������owith)H and Ab.olllto Cot-  t'tbity. Tlinfii.'ix JorioH, baritoocf  .-olii^t, will sing "TelI .Mother  I'll Ito Tlii-n*."  A- W    IVaiey,   druggist,   will  'jum nil a biiniuii of hit*. Iuimhok..  1 hf-* 11 u* ������'������'!������������������������ ni ('.itirie.mv,   in  ���������jh'itii 1. iiioiitj-.i.  The SS "Joan" will .sail as  under:���������  Leave Victotia Tuesday, 7.00  a m,, for Nanaimo, linion and  Coniox.  Leave Comox Wednesday 8 00  am., I'or Union,   Nanaimo and  V .iiir<f.nvfM*  'Leave* Vawniiver Thursday,  9.00 a.m., for Nanaimo. Union  au<l Comox.  Leave Comox Friday, 8.00a.m.  for I'nioii, Nauaiino and Vancouver. ,  Leave Vancouver Saturday,  9,00 a,m,, for Nanaimo, Unior,  and Comox.  Leave Comox Sunday, 12.15  a.m., for Union, Nanaimo, nnd  Victoria.  Robert and James Webster  will leave by Wedut������ilay'5 boa'  ou it vacation ttip to Victoria,  Vancouver aud Seattle,  hind, II. 0.  FORMr.K~3Q.foot Launch,  Fairbanks & Morw; 5 horsepower, double-cylinder en-  gi ne; floa t ing boa I house, etc.  Applv t.i is oilice.  5ELLINQ  OUT  BUGGIES and  FAEM, IMPLEMENTS  AT     LOWEST     CASH     PRICES.  RaHARDWARE Co., Ltd,  ^ 733 Johnson St., Victoria.  V*i**r*^t*l*<W'!'*^^  .  I Capital $8,200,000. Reserve $7,200,000 I  I   The Royal Bank of Canada,'  I DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN  ANY   CURRENCY,   PAYABLE   ALL  I OVER   THE    WORLD.    -  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to.SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest %  1 al highest Current limes allowed on Leposite of.$1 and upwards  S "        CXJDIBEBI-ANr, B. C., Branch, Opea Paily.  I UNIOM WHARF, B. C,   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays  I M. F. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  ������ .*���������"    COURT1SNAY,   BO,    Branch,   Open Daily,  I R. B. OULBERT, Manager.                      g  %/(t!l!!!!!!!!l]|!!l!!!!ll!llll!l!lllilllll!!ll!.[ira  P. Phillipps Harrison  1  Hi5  BARRISTER-AND-SOLICITOR^  NOTARY   PUBLIC  CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  =V. BOflOHfl=  ���������._T...-,.���������||T;__r.  4  LUholesalc Dcalet* in WINES, IilQUOR St BEE1R !���������  P. 0. EOX 482  PHONE 29....  CUMBERLAND  ���������L_,naiau__rjHB-i  This is theTirst sprinjr i������ the liistofy of Gomox  District tlmt the local demand for eggs hns beeu  equal to the supply. Nothing pifys better titan  pouliiv, if they arc rightly managed, Begin.,  with the little fellows iind feed them OHlCK  FOOD, which is*, mixture of hone meal, wheat,  oats, corn nud oMutr grain, cut and blended in  the rijrhI proportion to make them .thrive and  grow.   For sale by  A. B. CRAWFORD,   -   ��������� Courtenay, B.C  J.KAI.EK IN 1'I.OUll AND l.'ICKI).  mifmmaVamWmmmmrXimf^^  __fjUX*x*mnamt*waMMm \_aiimmwxma\t\mi_f_trpMa%wa  _tf3m _kuKUiai_-OMa__l Mii--HiiM __ill|_������fc-Wft  *r  ,������,<.������������������������-���������i.-"'  S.J  NOTICK.  < ii '-������     "i  .-im 111 nm  v,;...,t  Mrv       1VO  H  -AND  ennri'iii'i- ui'.d'i' /'iii(Ji������t rtv/i'ii,",  ���������L W, Gupn'R, Vm* Wnrilon,  Courtenay, H.C, July 17,  1911.  KlTdATfOX WANTKD by  friri, in private family, Apply  lhi������ oil.co.  FOR SAr_K-42neri.il of liwy.j  bv iK'i'.'or I'm.    If Inuili'il Uv iiiir-!  ' I  <*li������i. i������r, #'20.00 per ton.     If d.'liv ;  ci**������d 'I'm,(Hi pi'I' t"li.     Irii'itt  r'VH'i'i*!  nnd lininrlty.     Ap^U CliCii V111'..:  Wi.^i'.vs.o.I Furtu, S'/irtdin''*!^ M. O *  Automobiles  A nice ndvcrlising1 Souvenir  will be sent free to every   pros-  pcetive buyer who scuds for our  Catalogue aud mentions this ad  veriisement.  THOS. PLIMLEY.  VICTORIA,  B.C  OPPICK AND STOWfi 730YATttt������ BT,.  OARAOi. 7S7 JOHNSON ST..  "Uyou act i' nt riimley's it's am. mftiit"  p g J-Wa Bo Il������pt������JrinB  '4^v %^^ama-m*mt*m*_r n_H������_nM_vAtaw������HM_M  ^tl lt^*p*n*m*ata*Mmm tarn ������������������-������������������������������������I Vr flaunl lhM������*MH  3  4


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