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 tr  ii   <  ' ' -r.  S"."'- 'r'.^'i''" '*��������� ? '^ ,-s* v- Si  r -/_ *��������� ".;" -1 -  ���������'I*. y,       V' ".-*'��������� '     I"-..-'     Wv.  m9mf������f1_%rm^lp^^Vnt^^^^^mff������^>^mtm.^n-^m.'m !/- ^-*������-(.������>-_*-  A Journal Devoted Especially, to the Interests of Comox District*  The News, Nineteenth Year,  CUMBERLAND  B, '&\   TUESDAY, MARCH 7,;" :9n  Subscription $1.00 a Year  uwwgnuwm  THE BIG STORE  aper  We carry the largest -  and most,complete range in the  vicinity.; The newest designs  at. the lowest pricek.  All weaskyoutb do is to  see, our lines and compare  v.ilues..  FOR  Headquarters for Choice Groceries.  We Want Your  4%  Grocery  5#  #  _������ -'^_\-    *���������*-- *   /^<^'  Our Aim is to Give SATISFACTION.  m*\nmimmam^lM*M^maL^amua*M*\i^m-aa^-������amaM*mna^m**aa\a%aam  emajyt   a niuamtm aima������ma>%ni ivai^gtam ^ ."   ������'��������� i a m a m   ���������������  I   i    yv-a  .    ,   -.     , ~. . '   -J,*"'^'.,  "���������'''  Y;     ������*���������v.<V   Jiv-'--"'.-.'* '        '     -."-*��������� -'','���������'  i''   ".  Simon Leiser ayCo., Lfd,  Dnnsmuir Ave., Cumberland.  MAROCCHI BROS  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Penlcrs in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors,  Place your Xmas orders for Shortbread, Fruit Cake   and  Fruit Loaf NOW. '  SECOND    STREE  %**x*tm****fm+**i^^  STOVES  AND*/* .-���������  RANGES  Furniture knd Household  .*-.  .1*%*  Wallpaper    ���������  Paints      ;  Varnish  Oils' Etc.  ..������  i'*-:<*'c    .-' "*.  stei_.������'2*i_'������'/  TRY THE  The J^saei^^^StWe ������  T. E. 'Bate,: Cumberland. -'-  f V      >'  ������,������ ".-*"���������".,��������� ^-^$vt^*������iMM_hi  ' O. H. Tnrbell liftil a fine display  qP trontjn his show window on  MotulMy, taken ub Courtoimy rivor  tin Sunday, by E. Smith.irnt and  C* Russell.  ^'Don't torgot the Firomon'B  Manquei'iido Bull, to bojield in tho  CuinltHi'land hall' on tho evening  of.Marh.17th. Thia proniit-Ofl to  l)otho ovont of tho ucaaon. ���������  >Two convictions were Betiiirod  by-'Conrttablo Stophiitiflnn liwj; wonk  b������f. ire M,ngl8t.rnto /Vbriutip, agninut  partios in town, for dumping rut).  * i){i������h 011 tho lowor portion of Dim.-  .hilir avenue.'1 Tho authorities are  dnturmliiwl to -put, ft stop to nm.h  ; Jilthy and miHrinitury pr������e|icos,   ���������,  ; Iiobert Grunt, of R, Grunt ������fc  Co, hirived fiom Victoria on Friday lat������t*, nftor an abponco pf ecv.  oval 'wecil.fi spout with his family  in Victoria, '       '  ������������������'.. ������ ..��������� >*> ���������������������������������������  ��������� Mayor McLeod who Iiuh heou  opoiidinp; a fow days at tho capital  on:private and civic InieinoHS arrived home by Friday'i. bou%  ' FOUND���������On Jan. 8th, a dark  rod Btuor, about ono year old, No  niail.B, Apply to It, U. Hnrlbrd,  Saudwiok. IfHanio is not clnini.  od, ib will bo Bold to cover oxpon-  R08.  Mayor McLeod Indignant  Mayor McLeod informs us that  while iu Victoria he presented tlie  recommendations of the council  for police and license coinim-ssion-  ers to our member, Mr. Mnnson  for recommendation to the govern  ment. lit. was informed by that  gentleman that three other niiiiies  had been submitted by parties in  this city, nt which information  Mayor McLeod wns very much  surprised am' needless to eay iu  dignant, and did. not lu-Vitato to  express his opinion ou 6tieh umlwr-  hand work, for ho considers that  tho council hae. recommended good  men for the,position, aud will not  stand for any interference witli  the council's recommendations.  Miss Gray of the Electric Theatre, loft by Sunday's boat for  Vancouver, "  ^���������A.  Mr. John Thomson lu-rlverl  home on Sunday, after'an absence  of several woolcsfroiri tho city,  fm*mmfjmfmmmmmfmmmmmmmmmmfmmm  Mr. John W. Hryden left for  Vaucouvor by Sunday!s boat,  Mansoh, M.RP.,r in  Town.  M. Manson M P, P. arrived in  town tins week-from Victoria, after completing his legislative duties, for this season, Mr. Manson  deserves the hearty thanks .of hie  constituents for the largo' appropriation ho has secured i'or this  district, for roads, bridges, etc..  somewhere in the vicinity of  $100,000. Mr. Manson is ever  ah'rt to the interests of this district, and is a first-class representative, which fact wo 'must admit, oven if we aro a dyed-in the  wool Liberal.  Geo. W. Clinton" loft by Sunday'h boat for Victoria.        ,  ,  Gidncsvllla, Oii., Mnroh R.George Anderson, alias ''������QldJBillM  .Minor, was given a prison sentence  of 20 years, and George Uanfdrd  and Oliarles jjlunlur sentences ol  ilfteon years each, hero today, for,  alleged complicity in tho robbery  of nn ex press, cur ou n Hoinhorn  railway passenger train, near  White Sulphur Springs recently,  Tho Canadian Bank of Com-  moree expect. .0 occupy thoir now  preiu ties on or about tl.c 2lst inst,  There will be an estimnted e.\-  penditnrc of #28,000,000 at Victoria for tho next three years for  civic improvemonfs, railway*.,  tramway, government building.  day dock, via  San Francisco, March *_-.���������Judgement for #102,300 was obtained  hero today, by James Duusmitir,  from R. Dnnsmuir, ,Soiift & Co.,  Diiiisiiiuir claimed thai he was  dtio this ammount for personal  loans made, to the company.  **Mm*f*������*l*aammm**mm***-mm*m***mmmmmmummam^a*  a '  Victoria,'.March 4 ���������The suit ol  Kphriuin Hodgson against John  Abiirthnot, *J, II. .Savage, J. C-  , McGnvin, Wi 11. Moran und 1$. S.  Kuyiiolils of Winnipeg, for 225,0  slmros worih 5.22o,()00 in-the Pa.  oHic Uyftsfrv Coal Coiiipiiny, which  Iiiih   1K,(.00 acres   nf   v.otil lands  ivid',operates mines at Sotith Wellington and Siiquiish, was settled  loilay, the company being reorgan  zed, tliu interests ot the dehmd -  /Hits in the suit being tuf.cn .over,  OiHcerii of tbo 'uow company huve  boon elected. The now ^company  intends to double tho ontniit of  *  lhe South Wellington mines and  will open another ininoiii the dis-  1 riot.   At Suqiiiihh    a   eompleto  .diippiiig plant Mill be piit In.  Miss Watt of oiir local/.hospital  staif was a passenger-by .Sunday's  outgoing steamer, "'���������'���������*'  , Mr, -A 11. Peacoy and family  left...bv -Suiiiluy's lioat lor Victoria  und Vuiienuvor. <  .���������������������������/,���������.*.,.'���������   m i i o ��������� ������������������ ������������������... j.. ...-/'���������*  Joseph Wilmshurst, late of  Orvenwood,. H. fJ. aniv-g-il' on Sun.  diiywhh.Mr. Manson, to tako np  his''dtitles as road su'perlhtendent  for Comox" Disn'e'.  _m_LCORNER BTGREi I  .... r  Qiif Summer Suits are    at  hand..    "Quality  and  Prices  are Right,  The   following -.goods ..have  arrived  arid are^in' |he best  of condition;;'./ ���������' . '��������� '  Laces and Embroideries,   ^ :  Ginghams, PrintSt Nestings,  Summer Dress Goods, _������to_  ������;.-  x  ���������Ni  Im-     .  it  <v ���������  it).  f<>  ������&���������������*  'ft-  (t>  itr  t  t  it-  (���������*  im  f'  O*  (%*  ��������� ������t*  **  ***  J^r^muyjiaSeiL,  -   ".'���������',*.**!'{���������',-   VI-   <-'-"''rT  ������ . Ccmgi*Qtui;t y-, ���������-.  -���������'.   OF COMMER���������E ,  ��������� SIR EDMUND WAUKER, C.V.O., LLb.,!b.C.Ll:lPBEaii_E������ir-'. ;  -     _   ] ALEXANDER LAIRD, .GENpaAl. MAM������qw.l..!\*3. 'Wii-*  THE SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  of The Canadian Bank of Commerce will receive deposits of $i ard  . upwards, on which interest is allowed at current'rates.   There is ni������  delay in withdrawing the whole or any portion of the deposit.    Small  deposits are welcomed. . ';?*..  Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more pcrv.o*ns-,'to hs  operated by any one of the number or by the survivor.   A joint, ac'fcoiict  of this kind saves expense in establishing* the, ownership of thii mem-y  after death.,, and.is especially useful when a man desires to provide for  his wife, or for others depending uport him, in the event of his death.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH W. T. WHITE, Mim.-f.ef  .Telegraphic News.  1 BiJ JUIULIL.-,. .1.1 I ...   1 I  .j,  in Montreal are. very anxiotis  obtain the vi.hws 'of the larf e  banking houaer. ou the recioroci y  question. Sir Rdmiind Walkm*.  president ol the Canndian Bauk  of Commerce, has already come  out strongly against the proposed  arrangement, but did  not   give  (From our own correspondent.)  "Montreal,-March 7.-��������� The au  uouncement that 11   miraculous  spring has been discovered  bub-  1)Hur forth from under Ihe altar  of the Church of St. Cloflldc hns  brought thousands from far axul i a"y specific reasons for th<.s_iii.(l  near ou a visit to the church, An he has taken. vSir Edward Clom������'  altiir, on which ;4 new statue of t0"i presidout of the Bauk of  the Hlcssed Virgin had, recently j Montreal, has now been askid,  been placed,, suddenly 'requued.Ho.11������ the,interests of any .one  the attention of a plmuhcr., In- ' particolai- branch of trade or com  vestigation showed the .'spring of'������M"cCi b������t;��������������������� ^he iuterestsot Do-  jmre' water bubbling froin the. minion of .Canada ii-*-.. a wh.-d", -  earth. A similar occurence was '���������'jthci^- make n st'ateiiiciu for pn**.**  reported soii)e time ago from it Hcatiori or tn aridr������fi������; -v i.i.:-'!, ,-  church ol the name name in Leu, ca.lM fortha' purpo?<; ,:.,,  France.   It is said that.since the ']ot yot I'oiiKtMittd to  tin ;*u::;.i',  discovery of the spring two peo- Dl-1'' be will bk-.|y )x  -pev*-;'.,u-!*--i  pie wlio were suffering from dif- f������, ������������������! <-'������'< at n;������pec'ial meet-utj.  ferent. ailiueniN were cured   instantly by the useol the water*  Montreal, March 7.���������Uusiiie^  tli,p Hoard of Trade.  U ii-5 rnniourcd   that, tin.   in*v  steinii^r r.jiiicosi. Mnry wdi' .in.-,K.i-  her iiiM. iiip to i'nioii   iiiiy ijn thn  l*^**" A.C*-*-*  Wft^wMimSBk  WANTKIJ-A Hiunrr, tidy girl  (or   g-'iieinl   houpowork.   Apply  1 ThniiiMinV liuiirdiu^ hounu, Dumb  uiiiii avunuu.  men, manuUictitrers and other.'!  1,41',, j,,ftt  ! C Ik?:  I    We ]nx-t: inst oiu-iKd ifti ;-"'^ NJ*-*  l.!..-l'-U!;;  ItisWorth  Your While  'large nnqe of  The next time you are pass. !t:r:..,.;,������������������;    r.l1v,nins    (].;i  iugourstoretocome in iiiid:curU;,iMiiK!ius. .      ,,  see the iu'w suriii'.'models r.f ,,  We think  .hey'r,   hand. IU,,(,^k,rls    All(i     <-<���������������**  somo enough  to repay }oii  i Underskirts  i Covers.  for a Hpecial visit.  We know that once jon've^ { hi,*ll)i;>. in T.ajiSlcy dk.f,ls  worn   them   vou, too, will  have prove fes yuurself 1h.1t j  thrrt- is uo elu'hiuj;   beiivr  madciluu FIT-KITK.  A nice ranjre of  Cotton  f I'ai.slcv clk-cis  at 2Sc. a yard  A������enrsinr tli   Cwii'ii ,i.������.  Mfu, ViO.,n* Mo iHi'ii,,  MnflC'i'i'iiciiiiH* ClmtiiiiR.  '^P     Wfl Oui rftnt ������ ft * IC.         aWaatfaya ���������**/*-*f  *���������*���������*  llihiO * a     toiit-iiil 11  J.  Jft&>   - % %*      -mmaaa  Gajnpbeli Bjos.^-  UBJBSiaiE_72;_CJZ^  .^..muAml  ���������> -I  ���������MM I '.  THE   NEWS,-   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  fife  Riverman  By STEWART  EDWARD  WHITE  Ctfjrrigbt. 1908. by the McClure Com-  mat.   Cop. rtibt 1907, 190S. by  Stewul Edwird White  .  (Continued.)  Tno company trooped out to tbe dln-  Ing room, wbere tbe table, spread with  ull the nood tliltigs. awaited tbem.  To Orde's relief no oue threw any  bread, althougb the whole hearted fun  grew boisterous enough before the  "close of the meal.  In spite of ber halt scornful references to "bread turowing" Miss Bishop  joined with evident pleasure in the  badinage.  After the meat was finished Orde,  with determination, made his way to  Miss Bishop's side. She turned to  the piano, struck a few chords, and  then, her Ioiik hands wandering idly  and softly up and down the keys, she  smiled at them over her shoulder.  Song followed song, at tlrst quickly,  then at longer Intervals. The girl still  Bat at the piano, her head thrown  back idly, her bands'wanderlng softly  in and out of melodies and moduia-  _, The _._aocM������.j/_ *fuic._go*ie__/rom__-her_������j/c������_  nnd mouth.  tions. Orde finally saw only tbe shimmer of her.white figure and the white  outline of her bead and throat. At  last her hands fell ln her lap.. She sat  looking straight ahead of her.  Orde-came to ber.  "Tbnt was a wonderfully beautiful  thing." said he.   "What was it?"  She turned to him, and he Raw tbnt  the mocking had gone from her eyes  and mouth, leaving them quite simple,  like a child's.  He hesitated and stammered awkwardly. "It was ho still and soothing  it made me think of the river some-  times nbout dusk    What was it?"  "It wasn't anything. 1 was improvising."  "You mnde It up yourself?"  "It wan myself, I suppose. I love  to build myself n garden nnd wander  on until.I lose, myself tn It. I'm glad  thero wns a river In the garden���������a nice,  etlll. twilight river."  At this moment tb* oats.de door  opened to ndnilt Mr. and Mrs. Hob-  ilinrd, who bnd, according to their usual  ���������Kimrffv  cupNim.   htian  spending thai"  evening witti n neTjflTbor.   ine company begun to break up.  jt   Ordo pushed his broad shoulders In  to screen Carroll Bishop from the others..  "Aro you ntnylng here?" he naked,  "I'm vlHltlug Jnno." .  "Are you going to be hero long?"  *wns Orde's next question.  "About n month."  "I nm coming to seo you," announced  Ordo.   "(Jood night."   ��������� ; *  Ho took her hand, dropped It nnd  followed the others Into the hall, leaving her standing by the lamp. Sho  wntelied lilm until the outer door hnd  cloned behind him. .lane Hubbard, ro>  turning nfter n moment from tho imll,.  found her at tho piano ngaln, her hend  slightly one Ride, playing with pnlnful  and ncciirnte cxnctncHR n slmplo ono  linger melody. ���������  Reaching his home, Orde wnlked  conlldently to the narrow stairs nnd  nsfonded them. SiilicniiHcloiiNly ho  nvolded the creaking step, but outsido  his mother's door ho -.topped, nrroHtu^  by n greeting from within.       *      ,  "That you, JncltV" queried Ornndma  Ordo,  J   For nnswor Ordo ontored.   lie mndo  out the great"square bed nnd divined  tho tiny llguro of bin ���������mother.  1   "Mother,"  snld   he abruptly,  'Tvo  met the girl 1 wi'nt for my wife,"  t.muuiiiu uni)* bin up in oc.i,  "Whi> in f-OH'V" 4.'bt* demnDried.  "Her nnnio la Cnrroll Bishop," snld  Ordo. "uud she's visiting Jano Hubbard,"  (   "Yog,   but  who  Is  sho?"  Insisted  Cr*!.'*!.*??.'! Vr.'l",   "^V.,,",. ���������** ,'.'������ "h<- frnmy  Orde stnred nt her in the dim light  "Why, mother, blest If I know thnt!"  Aixer supper urae .lea tne way up  two flights of uarrt-W stairs to bis  room.  "Well." said he. "I've made up my  mind today to go in witb .Sou, It may  not work out but it's a good chance.  1 don't know1 who you are nor'vhow  much of a business man you are, but  I'ii risk it"  "I'm putting in JR_0.U00.". pointed out  Newmark.  "And I!n_ putting in my everlasting  reputation.". said Orde. "If we tell  these fellows-that we'll get out their  logs for tbem and then don't do It I'll  be dead around here."  Newmark pursued the subject. "I've  no objection t6 telling you about myself. New York born and bred: experience with Cooper & Dunne, brokers,  eight years. Money from a legacy.  Parents dead. No relatives to speak  to."  Orde nodded gravely.  "Now," said Newmark, "have" you  bad time to do any figuring?"   " -���������  "Well," replied Orde, "1 have a rough  Idea."   He produced a bundle of. scribbled papers froin his coat pocket    "I  . take Daly as a sample, because I've  been witb his outfit.   It costs him to  run and deliver his logs 100 miles about  $2 a thousand feet.   He's tbe only big  manufacturer up here.    I, suppose it  costs the other nine firms from two to  two and a half a thousand."  Newmark Jotted down figures.  "Do these men all conduct separate  drives?" he inquired.  . "All but Proctor and old Heinzman.  They pool in together."  "Now," went on Newmark. "If we  were to drive the whole river, how  could we improve on that?"  "In the first place we wouldn't need  so many men. 1 could run the river  on 300 easy enough. That saves wages  and grub on 200 r1gbt_tbere. And. of  course, a few improvements on the  river would save time, which in our  case would mean money. We Would  not need so many separate cook outfits  and all that. Then. too. if we agreed  to sort and deliver we'd have to build  sorting booms down at Monrovia.',''  "Suppose  we  had all  that    What,  for example, do you reckon you could  bring Daly's logs down for?"  Orde fell into deep .thought  "I suppose somewhere about a dollar," he announced at last   He looked  up a trifle startled.   "Why." he cried,  "tbat looks like big money!   A hundred per cent!"'  Newmark smiled.  "Hold on." said he. "1 don't know  anything-about-thls-business.^but,I  can see a few things, ln the first  place, close figuring will probably ndd  a few, cents to that dollar. And theu  all our Improvements will be valueless  nfter we've got through using them.  You said yesterday they'd probably  stand us in. 9T*5.(Mi()-. Kven ut a dollar  profit we'd have to drive "5.000.000 before we got a cent bnck. And, of  course, we've got to agree to drive for  a little less-than they could themselves." . , '  "That's bo," agreed Orde. crestfallen.  "However." said Newmnrk briskfy  as, he arose, "there's, good mouey In It,  an you say. Now, how soon can you  leave Daly?"  VBy the middle of the weck.r  "That's good, Then we'll go Into  this mntter of expense thoroughly and  ostnbllsh our schedule of rates to submit to the different firms."  CURED OF LAME BACK WHEN.84.  Mr. Samuel Martin, of. Strathroy,  Ont., passed twenty years of his life  in misery, suffering tortures from  lame back. He tried neaily all advertised remedies and household .recipes, but received no benefit from  any of them.  Some months ago, seeing Gin PiUs  advertised, Mr. Martin purchased 'a*  box. The relief which Mr. Martin  experienced after he had taken  one box was so great that he knew  he had found the right remedy at  last. He used two more boxes and  is now completely cured.  - 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, at all dealers. Free sample if you write National Drug and Chemical Co., (Dept.  N.U.), Toronto, Ont. 140  FOG FACTS AND FICTIONS.  The Light Side of the Time Honored  Pest of Old London.  It was  one   William Guppy���������"the  young man of the name of Guppy'  NOTABLE HANGMAN.  mj^m  "Why." explained Orde. with, a siignt.  ���������tare of surprise, ."when the jogs are  cut and hauled during the winter they  are banked on the river banks -and  even in the river channel itself. Then,  when the thaws come ln tbe spring,  these piles are broken down and set  afloat in the'river."  "I see," said Newmark. "Well, but  why shouldn't we undertake that part  of.it?" . ./  "It would bold back our drive too-r  much to stop and break rollways."  The  next  morning  they  took  the  early train for Monrovia, where wero-  situated tbe offices of tbe nine ������titer  lumber companies:  Orde separated from Newmark to  spend tbe rest of tbe morning with.  Heinzman, a very rotund; cautious person of (Herman extraction and accent.  Heinzman occupied the time in asking  questions of all sorts about the new  enterprise. At 12 be bad not in any  way committed himself nor expressed  an opinion. ,,  "I vill see Proctor," said he.  Orde. rather exhausted, returned to  find Newmark.    The two bad lunch"  together, after which Orde succeeded  in getting two more promises of con-,  tracts and two more deferred interviews.  (To be continued.)  ODD  VOLUMES.  They Aro Members of a Unique Dining  Club In London.  One of the uioSt unique dining clubs  in London is that known as the Sette  of Odd Volumes, which was founded  in 1878 and meets once a month from  October to June. ^-It consists of twen  ty-one volumes, or members, that being the number of the volumes of the  -Variorium-Shakespeare- published���������in  1821. There are nlso twenty-one supplementary" members, who succeed to  full membership as vacancies occur.  The twenty-one rules of tbe club lu-  elude the following:  Any Odd Volume losing his temper  and falling to recover it shall be liner]  by the president the sum of 5 shillings.  Discussions about anthropology, ,re-i  llgion and politics shall be put'down  by the president.  Any Odd Volume giving to another  Odd' Volume unasked advice shall he'  fined by the president.  No Odd Volume shall talk unasked  on nny subject he understands.  No Odd Volume's speech shall Inst  longer than three minutes. If, however, the Inspired Odd Volume has nny  more to say be may proceed until tils  voice Is drowned In the gcuerul applause.  Volumes hnve to address ench other  as "Your Oddship."-Argonaut  Pip  111*3 next evening on .envhtng  home Orde lound tlmi Newman, liml pr im .-.ii-d mm by some  tow u.nuieiit.1.  HI. new partners, hs soon ns  , Ordo hnd released himself from  Daly, gnvo all their time 'to  working out a Bcbcdulo of tolls.  Ordo drew ou his lntlmato knowledge  of the river nnd tho locations of tho  railways to estlmnto closely, tho tlmo  It would tnko to drlvo them.  At hut Newmark expressed himself  as satisfied.  "Now, Ordo," Bald he, *'twre Is whero  you come In. It's now your Job to go  out and Interview thoBo mon  and got tholr  contracts for  driving their  noxt winter's  cut,"      <  "Look hero,  Joe," Ordo objected, "you cnn  talk business to  thorn-bettor than  1 cnn."  "Not a bit,"  negatived Newmnrk. "Thoy  don't know mo.  from Artnm, nnd  thov do know   "We've got to cam  to carry I hln thing through nt first on  our face,"  "All right," agrood Ordo. "I'll start  In on Duly."  "i tio following morning iJaty u������U-ii<<d  attentively.  "Well. Jack," snld he, "I bollevo you  cnn do It. I'd bo only too glut] to got  i rid of the nulsnnco of It, let nlono get  It done cheaper. If you'll draw up  your contract nnd bring It In here, I'll  mien It. 1 suppose you'll break out tho  rollwnyn?"  "No," snld Orde. "We hndn't thmiRht  of doing more Ihnn the driving nml  distributing, You'll hnvo to deliver  the log* In lhe river. Mnybe nnother  yenr. nfter we get boiler orgitnlxcd.  we'll bo nble to brenk railways."  "Thnt wn������4 smooth enough si-lllng,"  exulted Orde In Newmnrk.  "Ven!" pondered Newmnrk. "What  was th.11 ftt-oitt roIlwaSmV What doe*  thnt mean exactly'/"  Russian 8able,  Tho Ruaslau huI.Ig, derived from th������  mnrten, whllo not so valuable ns the  ermine, Is costly enqugh to prevent its  becoming common, some skins bi'lti|  valued as high ns $5,000 eiicli. They  range In size from fifteen to twenty  Inches In length mid five to eight lneho������  In breadth,  j mm..c          __ _ *   * 4V  who called  it   "London  particular."  At least, it was either he or Charles.  Dickens who put the words in;to his  mouth.  And the term has stuck.   It is quite  possible, of course, that it may have  been street slang before .Dickens seiz-  ed it, but no one seems. to know now-  whether that was actually so or not.  John Evelyn called a fog' a "dismal  cloud of sea-coal" two hundred and  thirty years ago. He h������d a fog  .remedy of a somewhat drastic character���������nothing less than to banish  from the metropolis all factories re-'  quiring furnaces, and to plant it  throuehout with sweet-smelling shrubs  and trees.  As one would expect, a great many  good stories are told of adventures in  the  fog.    Sir Hiram   Maxim,   "the  man behind the gun," told last year  of a friend of his who had promised  to dine with him at the Savoy /Hotel.  .The guest emerged from the Tube ai  Trafalgar Square,  into   a   fog.    The  sulphurous air made the eyes smart  and the head ache, and it brought on  .terrific fits of coughing.   To use Sir  :Hiram's own words, "You could not,  jjitcralljl, see your   own hand   before  , your face." i      .. '  '  There was a continual crashing in  ' of windows,   bellg   jangled,   vehicles  and foot-passengers collided,   shrieKs  and oaths arose.-'  Threading his way in the midst of  this ' pandemonium through the  Strand���������at least, . as he supposed���������  from Landseer's lions to the waiting  dinner at the Savoy, he soon found  himself, to his great surprise, descending a broad stairway. He put,  out his*hand to the balustrade. Yes,  a broad and stately stairway, with u  rail of carved stone. His perplexity  increased. Where on earth could he  be?      l. .     '  Suddenly, in his   descent,   he collided   with   someone   ascending   the  atairwav.  "Hallo!" he said.  "Hallo!" a.gruff, male   voice   replied. ,    x  "Can you tell-me," said the'other,  "where I am going?"  "Certainly !"��������� was the reply. "Tf  you keep straight on. you-will walk  into the Thames, for I've just come  out of it!" -  Probably the most famous of nil  the funny fog stories is that of an old  lady���������it nearly always is an old lndy  ���������who found herself in a West End  square, encircled by a fearful black  fog.   In vain she tried, to pierce the  -blacks There___tfas_no__3-!other___side*-*!  of the way" visible.  At last a policeman led "her across  the road, and instructed her to feel  her way along by clinging to the  railing. She obeyed his instruction?.  She wearily trudged on and on for  many hours. And then she discover,  ed, to her humiliation, that she Had  been going round and round the railings in the centre of the square!   ��������� '  Evelyn's scheme is only one of the'H  mam* plans which have been evolvod  jn ,Tic attempt to abolish fegs. One  of ��������� e quaintest of all.was thnt formulated in 1S47 by a joint-stock com-  Rany. The scheme was to s'md up  uge. rockets, and these would, whon  falling, discharue a quantity of cheni.  ical spray, which would instantly  seize upon and decompose the particles of which fog is composed.  However,' as soon as a few subscribers had sent in their money, the  whole wild scheme vanished into lhe  thinnest of fogs, finally disappearing  altogether, .  SucMMlonHDutlesT  December Ib proving a good month  in the Succession Duties Office, During this month tho payments of duties hnve amounted to $63,462, while  the payments for the whblo of Novcm-  ;ber wero $40,005. Ono of the lnrgost  individunl pnymontp in December was  from tho estate of tho Into Bennett  Rosamond, oi Almonte, which paid in  ���������16.1)60  How Thsy Are Paid.and What They  Hav* Done.  In spite of his gruesome calling,  John Ellis, the man who hanged Crip-  pen, has earned the esteem'of a very  wide circle of acquaintances in Rochdale, where he carries on very suc-  ' cessfuily a hairdressing and news-  ., agent's business. Ellis is a quiet, unassuming man, who rarely betrays hia  interest in .crime. He would much  rather talk to yon about football, of  which game he is an' enthusiastic |  follower, or discuss musical entertainments'. In hia early days he, earned  his living by singing, while on a tour  through Lancashire, and still possesses a. good baritone voice.- And  privileged visitors are allowed to make  the acquaintance of bis dogs, cats, and  chickens, the pets of his four children.  Ellis-has assisted in over sixty executions, and has personally carried  out seven, amongst others who met  death at his hands being Dougal, the  Moat Farm murderer. It was through  acting as assistant to Billington that  Ellis becarpe chief executioner, and  it is an extraordinary fact that when  the post becomes vacant the Home  Office is inundated with applications  for the appointment.  Indeed, when Marwood, who succeeded Calcraft in 1883, retired, no  fewer than 12,000 persons sought the  post, Berry .being appointed.  Calcraft, who retired in 1874; was  paid-, one guinea a week by the Corporation of London as a retaining fee.  and an extra one guinea for each  execution. He had besides, from the  county of Surrey, five guineas annual  retaining fee, one guinea for each execution, and ten guineas for an execution in the country.  Nowadays about $50-is paid to the  hangman for every execution he carries out. Berry, who succeeded Mar-  wood, was engaged in over 200 executions in nine years,.and carried 134  sentences into effect. According to his  own statement, he earned over $500  in the first four months of 1890. At '|  one time, it might be mentioned, the  hangman received as perquisites th������  convict's clothes, which- he usually  sold tor a - good price to showmen.  These, however,-are now burnt.  - It was quite by accident that Mar-  wood became Calcraft's successor. The  story goes that he met Calcraft one  morning "-at, the ^latter was going "to  an execution, and, seeing that the old  man was ill, undertook to do that particular job for him. The offer was  accepted, and so Marwood first obtained an introduction to his future  calling. When Calcraft retired Marwood was retained by the London  sheriffs at a fee of $100 a year, and  the ' strength  of' this engagement  oil  -__       he "contracted "with"pr6vihdaT~Iheriff s  to carry out any executions for which  they might- be responsible. Calcraft  has been described as.a mild-mannered man, devoted to fishing, while Marwood was not .without repute as a  local preacher.  The most notable .hangman of the  earlier holders of the office were Derrick, who cave his name to the special kind of crane known as a derrick,  and Jack Ketch, who execute  amongst others William Lord Russell  and the Duke of Monmouth, and who  bequeathed his name as a nieknan.i.  to his successors for nearly a couula  of centuries. Then there was Dennis.,  who was almost-hanged himself for  taking part in tho "No Popery" riots,  and ThomaS Cheshire, known as "Old  Cheese."  Perhaps the most extraordinary ex������.  uutionor of all, however, "was tho ee'������.-  brated:"Lady Betty"���������what (h'er' real  name was ,no one seems to1 know-  who at tlio boginning of last century  officiated as hangwoman for a numbut  of years in Ireland.  The Trsmp.  He some from wnere ht-. started  ���������And-wuh koiur where ue went  He Hadn't hurt a smell of food,  Not even Uud u m*ent,  flo novnr even muttered ones  'I'lll he beicnn to talk, ,  And when he left /the kitchen d6or  He took thu gardtm walk  > -Ben Kin*.  AN OPEN LETTER  From  a. Baptist  Clergyman,  Telling of Cures Brought  by   Dr. Williams'  PinK Pills.  The   Dr.   Williams'    Medicine    Co*.,  Brockville, sOnt.: '-' '  Gentlemen,���������It has been my inten-'  tion to write "to you for some time,  but being busy I have neglected to do>  so- until now. ,--.-.  I am a Baptist minister. Was ordained Juhe 14th, 1887,; in Cramah-s*  Baptist Church, Northumberland Co.r/  Out. I want to tell you in as few  words as possible what I know about  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I' was pas-'  tor of the\Dalt;sville,- Que., Baptist-  Church in 1891 and again in 1894-5.  While pastor in 1891, the Rev. John.  King, a former' pastor, aged 74, was-  stricken with paralysis so that' he  could not' help himself. He had to,,  or did, take a tablesponful of rhubarb  eve������y day to keep his bowels regular.  I thought of Dr.' Williams' Pink Pills.  He began taking them and it was" not  long before he could walk again and- ���������  his bowels were regular. The paralysis never returned and his bowels  remained active. He died a few years,  ago practically from old age.  I went from Dalesville, Que., to  Groton, Vermont, as .pastor of the  Baptist Church in that place. There  lived a man about two1 and one-half  mile's from Groton by the - nnme of  Neil McCrea, a Canadian. I heard he  was ill, and being a Canadian, I went  to see him. I found him lying .n U'd. ,  He said he had no pain, but was roc.  weak to sit up. His lips were blood*  less, in fact he was as white as chalk.',  I recommended Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills and gave him some. He began  taking them and in a short time  could see > blood in the veins of his-  hands andt in the course of a few  weeks he was out watching men building a new barn for him, and shortly  after that he came to Groton to-  .church. Now, I ought to tell you that  the doctor of Groton had given, him  up. The Ryegate doctor (a doctor in. '  an adjoining village) could not help  him and said,so. The best doctor in>  the hospital of Burlington, Vt., came  and saw Mr. -McCrea, but said he  could not help him. He did not *get  ahy help till Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  put him on his feet again.  Later I returned to Dalesville, Que.,  as pastor. A young lady who lived  about six miles west of Dalesville at  a place called Edina, sent for me to*  come to see her, as she had been'a  member of my congregation in my former pastorate. I went to see her anc.  found a similar case to that of Mr.  MeC_ea,-_of .Groton, _J. t This_girl_wa___  so weak she could not sit up. She appeared to be bloodless. I snid to her.r  "It will cost yon $6.00 to get a doctor  to come out from Lachute ro see you,  whereas you can get six boxes" of Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills for $2.50." She  followed my advice, took Dr. Williams'. Pink Pills arid when some time  later I saw her in. Lachute, she wa������  as well, as .ever, and Dr. Williams'-  Pink. Pills did it all.  I hnve given you ,the facts of these  three cases which came to my personal notice and I think only just toother sufferers, thnt these cases should  be given the widest publicity. If you -  ���������Wish' me to go before a ningistrnte nnd!  tnke onth to the truthfulness of the  thintjs mentioned above, I nm prepared to do so. I nm nt present enpngod  in cvnngelistic work, nnd nave there-  fbre not nt the present time a permanent nilclress, I can, however, refer you to the editortof tho Canadian  Baptist. .  (Signed), T. C. Sowter.  J  N        -  to sin nil hoy)���������*���������'  where   Miother  Pat (newly over,  "^nuld ve tell mo  Flynn lives?"  Small Boy���������"Aye; ho lives at the  held o' tlio to.wn,"  . Put���������"And   be, jnb'ers,   how   wud  my host wny he to find him outP"  Small Boy (prepnring to, run)���������"Ye  should gio him a en" when ho'a no'  in." !.���������������<.  ��������� if *.-V:  ii  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The Old Folks  __d  '* NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives  find advancing years bring an Increasing tendency  to constipation.    The corrective they need is  Entirely different from common laxatives. Pleasant to take, mild and painless,  A tablet (or less) at ^ed-tlme regulates the bovrels perfectly.' .Increasing  doses never needed. Compounded, like" all the 125 NA-DRU-CO preparations, by expert chemists. Monty t^ack if not satisfactory.-  25o. a box. If your druggist has not yet stocked them,  send 25c. and we will mail them,  NATIONAL DRUG A. 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TAKE  A DOSEOF  piso's  W* THE BEST-MEDICINE     VJP  fo'r  COUCHS   a   COUPS  And' so it\goes, until, -'tis said,   .-    ~  With grim, satiric boast,  '.'The person who first said 'reform'  Must be reformed the most" '  ���������  And hopes which beamed so brightly  once  In troubled mists are lost..  For New Year resolutions seem"  To get their wires crossed.  Washington Star.    _������������������._. *  A  MODERN  MIRACLE 1  has  Vacation  Delayed  Lecturer���������The contortionist  j cramps and cant' go on.  ', Manager���������And hi3 understudy has  j to play ossified man this week. Tell  1 the bearded lady she will have to do  the act /ind put off her vacation for a  month.' ���������  INDIAN SHOES.  He Had Eczema 25 Years and Doctors  * '���������'"    .Said "No Cure."  i",  I  Shipping Fever  Influenza, pink eyo, epUootic, distemper and all nose and throat'diseases cured, and all others, no matter how "exposed," kept from having  any of these diseases with SPOHN'S LIQUID DISTEMPER CURE.  Three to six doses often cure a case. One oO-cent bottle guaranteed to  do so. Best thing for brood mares. Acts on the blood. COc and $1 a  -bottle. 16 and $11 a dozen bottles. Druggists and harness shops.  DUtrlbntorq-ALL WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.     ������������������   ���������  ' SPOHN MEDICAL CO.. Chemists. Goshen. Indiana. U. S. A.  i  FXCURSIONS  EASTERN CANADA  Daily during December.      3 month-  limit.   Stop over privileges.  . ,    v"_  ST. PAUL OR  DULUTH, CHICAGO  and  !;  The Doable Tractt Route.  Reduced Fares for  Steamship Passengers.  November  llth  to  December    31st  Five month, limit.   Write   for   full  particulars and descriptive pamphlet  A. E. DUFF,  General Agent, Passenger Dept.  ' Representative for all Steamship Lines  and Cook's Tours, o  2601Portage Ave. *     Winnipeg  *  TO- i������RIVY PURSE.  ���������  Canadian Pacific  WESTERN  FXCURSIONS  SINGLE FARE  Plus $2.00 for the  Round Trip   ���������   ���������  From nil olntlonH in Ontario. Porl  Arthur and, West, Manitoba, Su.kbt  oho wan rind Alberta to  VANCOUVER  VICTORIA AND  WESTMINSTER  Tloketn on sale December IS, 10 and  17, 1010} Military 20, 31, -82 and 23  ond Fobrtiiiry' 1., 16   and   10,   1011;  food to return within threo montht  roin (Into of ifumo, .,.,,,  Apply to nenroflt 0, P. Ily. ogonl  for full Information.  Or Stay at Home  "Our todgo h(_8 bnniohod tho goat  from tlio initiation ceremony."  "Yon follows will havo to get nome*  other excuse for your bunged eyes."  Wlno mother, who know the virtue* of  Mother  droves'   Worm _ Kitorinlntttor nl-  -*.tt>������    IIWlV   il   ui.   }lU41l_,   "ui..ml.liil    ������-    j/tOlta  IU v&.ui-.  Tho -affective mon nro still, as in  the time of Homer, those who ever  with a frolic welcome tnko tho nun-  uhlno or tho storm.���������David Starr Jot.  ���������"DODD'S '  -_.r%..|1....l|if1���������,l.,_l.,,, mm ._JL_  vi ��������� \   ' >      <*���������  ?'*aih:tc5 '_;    '  The Secrets of the Payments of King  George's Expenses.  Those   who    imagine    that   King  George, like the iuonarchs one reads  of in-fairy stories, haa only toxdip hia  hands into a bag of gold, whenever?  he desires .to possess himself of anything, would.be sadly disillusioned if-  they could but enter the office of the j  Keeper of His Majesty's Privy Purse,:  the ola__-fashioned title of the Kjng^aj  chief accountant.     -  N In the days of his predecessors, the ���������  Georges, the royal finances, -were conducted   in   a " very   go-as-you-please ���������  fashion, with .the result that'when I  Queen  Victoria 'came to  the throne I  everything was in a state of consider.'  able    confusion.     The   process    of!  straightening out the royal finances  was a lengthy .and tedious operation.,  Some of the   tradesmen's   bill*, had.  not been paid for years; some had  been overpaid; and tho labor of going  into these petty details and settling'  accounts was enormous.  It was really only when, on thei  death Queen Victoria. King Edward;  took matters personally in hand that'  a thoroughly satisfactory settlement'  was arrived at. All the royal investments were carefully examined, and,  on the advice of experienced financiers, many changes were mado. Tha  royal properties wero revalued, and  the pictures, books, china, furniture,*  and jewels, tho personal property of  tho sovereign, wero. scheduled by a  professional appraiser.  An office, run oh ������������������iro-to-dftte business lines, wns instituted to deal  with rovoniio and 'expenditure, tha  staff of clerks wn������ augmented, and  bonks were kept on more elaborate  lines'and* periodically balanced. Ab  a natural consequence, whon King  George;, .who js himself exceedingly  "accurate"; businesn-like, arid method!**  onl, came to look into matters lio  found, unlike his roynl father, thut  everything was in applo-pie ordor.  Tho offloo of, tho Keeper of tho  Privy Purse is- no light one.. Tho  duties nro mnny nml varied. Tlio  roynl estates aro numerous nnd ot  considerable extent, nnd n. wholo  army of workpeople of vnrioiis grndes  aro employed. At Siuidringham,  Windsor, nnd RnlniOrnl thoro nro  gardeners, coachman, footmen, farm-  , hnndfi. gamekoopord, beaters, motor  nnd electric light meohnnieu, black*  nmithfl, ciimentorfi, ..dairymaids, lock,  smiths, .tailors, groonyi, wagoners,  forest rangers, vatorinnry piirgeons,  hydrnulio onginoors, and a yeritablo  nrmy of miscellaneous workers, who  mny lio conveniently included in tlio  nil-embracing term, "odd mon." No  account is tnkon horo of tho, purely  domestic servants, who nlono form a  minlnturo nrmy. ,Tho wages and pen.  sions of this Imgo hotly occupy tho  attention of sovoral dorks.  Yet Zam-Buk. Has Worked Complete  *���������   Cure.  This is the experience of a man of  high reputation, widely known in  Montreal, and whose, case can readily  be investigated. Mr, T. M. Marsh,  the gentleman referred to, lives at 101  Delorimier Avenue, Montreal, and has  lived there for years.' For twenty-  five years he had eczema on his hands  and wrists. The disease first started  in red' blotches, which itched,' -and  when scratched became painful." Bad  gores followed, which discharged vand  the discharge spread the. disease^un-  til. his hands were one raw,',-painful  mags of - sores. Just ' imagine:' this  state of aftairs, continuing for i*\yq'nty-  five yeaT.s.. "       '.,>-.  Ih that time four eminent medical  men tried to cure him, and each gave  up the case as hopeless in the end.  Naturally Mr. Marsh tried remedies  6f all kinds, but he, also, at last gave  it up. For two years he ,had to wear  gloves day and .night so terrible was  the pain and - itching when the air  got to the sores.  .Then, came Zam-Buk. He "tried it,  just as he had tried hundreds, of-remedies before. But he soon\ found  out that Zam-Buk was' different.  Within a few weeks there were distinct signs of benefit, and a little perseverance, witli this great herbal balm  resulted in what he had given up" all  hope of���������a complete cure! And the  cure was no temporary cure. It was  permanent. He was cured, nearly  three; years ago. Interviewed the  other day, Mr, Slarsh said *. ''The cure  which Zam-Buk worked has'been absolutely permanent. From the day  that I was cured to the "present mo-  -ment_I-have_had-no_,trace,of,p.c?,ema)  and I feel sure it will never' return.  Having suffered for twenty-five years  I had naturally concluded that my  case Was incurable, and I regard'my  cure as a modern miracle."    ,.;-     '  -If you .suffer from any skin'trouble, cut out this article, write across  it the name of this paper, and mail  it, with one cent stamp to pay return  postage-,- to Zam-Buk Co., Toronto.  We will forward you by return a free  trial box of Zam-Buk. All druggists  nnd stores sell this famous remedy,  50c. n box, or three for $1.25.. Refute  harmful substitutes.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Distemper  All Necessary  "You have three pairs of glasses,  professor?"   ,  "Yes; I use one to read with, one  to see at a distance, and the third  to find the others."  Traddles���������What did your father do  with my proposal for your hand?  Ophelia���������Made light of it. He used  it.to ignite his cigar.  SM&hb Cure  a_aa*kly *toaa oongha, cum Mid*  _k������ fhiMtaa* loaf.. ���������   ���������   ��������� M  Mrs. Byers���������"All the big apples arc  on' the top of the box, I suppose?"  Pedler���������"No, mum; some of 'em are  on the top of the other boxes."  Only One "BROMO QUININE"  That is LAXATIVE BROMO,QUININE. Look for the signature of E. W.  GROVE. Used the World over* -to  Cure a Cold in One Day.   25c.  "I think the champion chump of  the silly person was the man who  married that. French actress,"  "Well, I'm glad the championship  remains in America."---Kansas City  Journal.  You may have noticed that a good  many men who attend ohurch are not  troubled with insomnia. '  '  Minard's Liniment Cures   Colds, etc,  Anyway, a woman can sharpen a  pencil just ns grncefully ns a man  onn thread' a noodle.  Whon Holloway's Corn Ouro Is nppllod  to a corn or wart it killn tho roots and  tho oalloalty como. out without injury to  tho fleah.  A Sure Corrective of Flatulency.���������When  the undigested food lies in the stomach  it throws off gases causing pains ' and  oppression in the stomachic region. .The  belching or eructation of these gases'ia  offensive and > the only way to prevent  them is to restore the stomach to proper  action. Parmeleo's Vegetable Pills'-will  do this. Simple directions go with each  packet and a course of them taken systematically, is certain to effect a cure.  White and Red Men Alike Wear Moe.  ,    caslns In the Far North.  The moccasin is better foot-covering than one would think who npver  as<>d it.. In, the tar-off fur country,  where the Hudson Bay po.ts lie, th������.  mocca.ih is worn"by white and red  men alike. One' has seen two members of Parliament talkina on the  street, each wearing the native moccasins ! All of the Hudson Bay supply boats are taken up stream by  Indians' who wear moccasins and who  in some way manage to endure the  discomforts, of .travel over the stony  beaches. Gravel" is the worst thing j  under foot when you are wearing moc-, ���������  casing. In time you get used to stub- j  bing your, toes, stepping on sharp,  roots, and such things.' but gravel ia  something that even the Indiana detest. In any ordinary going, the man'  in moccasins can'outwalk the man in  boots. He does,,not have to relace  his shoes or'shift the wrinkles in his  socks, tin walks with all his feet.  If you will go otit in the.wilderness  and wear moccasins for a month or  tw.-_, walking a few hundred miles,  yoii will be surprised" when you come  back to discover a change in your  carriage. You .will stand more easily  on-your feet and will not sag back  on'your heels in the clumsy attitude  that all city men have.  The Cree moccasin,.like that of the  Chippe.way. . has a straight, seam  down the upper front. It does not  have an .ankle flap rolled down like  .the Chibpeway shoe .but' its flap  comes up around the. ankle, folding  in front and" being held in place by  thongs.  . The average moccasin of the sporting goods store is of the'eastern Indian1 model, with the solebrought up  in a rolled edge and no seam down  the front. This moccasin is usually  found with a Creedmore flap which,  of course, is fastened -precisely, like  a shoe.    ��������� '     ' '���������"  "I said I'd be a sister to hini."  "What did he say to that?" -  "Nothing.    Just    sent    bis    socks  round" to be darned' and tried to borrow a dollar."���������Troy Record. '  Thousands of country* people Know  that in time of sudden mishap or accident Hamlin's Wizard Oil is the  best substitute for the family doctor.  That is why it is so often found upon  the shelf.  Lacked a Model '  Inspector���������Your design for this $100  bill is not artistic.  Artist���������If you would give me a hundred, dollar bill I might do better.  * The-man 'with an, impediment in  his speech seldom speaks well of any-'  body.  Wifo���������Dear husband, I find it quite  impossible to move in this hobble  skirt; won't you buy mo an automobile ?'���������Mogondorfor Blnettor.  SMohbGuiv  faUKiy *toaa oouglu, atvtaa eolda, h**m  taa throat and tanga. ������  ���������  ��������� U Mat*  Whore We Luck  "T)o you think tlmt mnn donconded  from tho monkey?"  "Woll, it was n dcHCont, if it wnn  anything. The monkey certainly has  It on him In climbing.  ������������������   The Family Shield V  Dorothy   (confidentially)���������' Mnmmn  Hpnnkod mo today.   Did you evor (.fit  HpnnkodP  Klijiabi'th���������Yes j onco whon grandma  wnu away.     ,    .  ���������t  SCROFULA  A "Death or Glory Boy,"  VUfioui-t Trodognr, who ban given  125,000 to tho Wolsh National Momor-  Inl to tho Into King, which takes tho  form of ra ormndu against consumption, i.onool thp moat, notable aur.  vivors nf tho Balnclav'n Ohargo. As u  young man ho rodo with tlio Light  Uriljlmmm,    U Ull    OU    1 Ui    WlUM-    -<'<-)-<_    )'..._-  soil���������then a Heulonant in tho 17th  Lancers���������in command, all his senior  ofllcors having boon killed or wounded, A hundred Union ho wnH a������ near  deatli m a man could- powlbly be.  A inw yc-mris ago, un lite juuiiw. ui  Rnlnclavn, ho wan officiating nt a din-  tribution of pri������o������ nt a glrl������' school.  8uddonly ho stopped in tlio middle if  a siiooch ho wan ranking. "Girls," ho  wid, altor a pause, ,rdo you know  whoro I wns fifty yonr* ngo to-dayP"  taking out his wnfnh, "Fifty yenr*  ngo I was in tho Vnlley of Death with  tho fiix Hundred." Needless to ������ny,  the incident mndo a deop impression  on tho gathering.      [  Footnote to tht Nowt.  "I mo," remarked Mn. Bcen.ll, vlio  wm reading tho evening paper aloud  Iwv-iiiiK. hor himbnnd'a eyes wor������ tircd,  "that boots and shoes aro going up."  "Iwondor," wld Mr. ������e������m!i thought*  tally, "If all thoet will b������ affected. Do  yon nippoM, for initanc*, that low  ���������hoM will bo hlgber?"-Yooth,������ Com*  panlyi.  Scrofula diifi gut  BABY'S SPLENDID  HEALTH  Mrs. R. Yntcis,. Montreal,  Quo., writes:���������"Baby's splendid  health was obtained through  the use of Baby's Own Tablets.  They aro a. grand medicine for  constipation, as* their action is  easy and, does not. give baby  pain. I would recommend them  to all mothers; no ono should  bo without. them .who havo  young children ��������� in tho house."  This testimony is similar to  thouflnnds of othora Bent us by  grntoful mothers. Every mother wlio hns ovor used tho Tablets for hor littlo ones will toll  you they are the vory host  medicine in tho world, They  not only curo tho ills of tho lit-  tio ones, but they mnko them  grow hnppy and ntrong. Tho  TiihlotH.cnn bo givon to ovon tho  youngest bnbo witli. nbsoluto  Hnfi-ty ns thoy aro sold undor  the gunrantop of a' government  nnalyst to contain no opinte or  othor harmful drug. Thoy cannot possibly do harm���������thoy nlwnys do good. Baby's Own  TnblotR nro sold hy medicino  dealers or nt 25 pouts a box  from Tho Dr, Williams* Medicino 0o��������� Brookvillo, Ont.  causet  misery.  ji strong fluid lively, when  given small doses of  Scott's Emulsion  every day. The starved  body is fed; the swollen  glands healed, and the  tainted blood vitalized.  Good food, fresh air and  Scott's Emulsion conquer scrofula and many  other blood diseases.  FO* ftAUt BY AM, DKUGOISTi  iftai 10c, name of pa|*r and thia id. for  owrl-._uti.ul Satrlnga Dank and Child'.  ���������Rk.ich-n.ok, Kacli bank eantalaa a  Caoi l,uck P#nny,.'  SCOTT 4k BOWNE  mw.mM������*������>t- w������*t, r******, thi.  In tho Age of Sclenco  Tho bear of am nnmnn was still, of  course, a hour of n mnn���������-no nrtiflco  could*substantially nltor thnt fundamental condition of llfo;' tho rosult  being "that lio glowered at his break-  fast imioh ob usual.  "Nothing but protoids, enrbohy-  dratoB and nsh content! Cnn't you  mnnhgo to got Rltnothing different  onoo in a wbiloP" ho growlnd,  Whnt, in fine,, had tlio advances of  Hclenpo dono to caso the lot af tho pa-  tiont wlfoP Was thoro loss dismay in  store for hor?  Auditing the Public Accounts.  The cost of auditing the public, accounts of Canada for several periods  is   interesting, and   so .great   is   its  growth that-it now exceeds'5100,000  annually.   Parliament established the  office of Auditor-General in 1878, and  tho act defines the* purpose of his appointment as "for the more complete  examination of the public accounts of  Canada, and for the reporting thereon  to   the   House   of   Commons."     The  Auditor-General's report, presented- to  Parliament in two or,more bulky "volumes, is the most used bluebook ot  -all-that-are-issued.---It-contains -the.  details of the expenditure  made  hy  each department, and furnishes much  of the ammunition that is  used by  the  financial  critics  of  the  Govern  lhent.   The' Auditor-General is advised of all the moneys received and deposited to the credit of the Govern-  ' ment, and checks the vouchers for the  expenditures from these deposits and  the credits given to the various departments.   The Auditor-General,ii responsible for seeing that money voted  by Parliament is used for the purpose  for which it has been voted.   He can  hold  up a payment, or demand nn  explanation of any' disbursement, or  refuse to sanction financial transactions which, in hil* judgment, are ir-  rogulnr.   Sometiriies, but not very frequently,  tho 'Audijor-Generol'!.  decision  is over-ruled  by~the  Treasury  Board, which is composed of the Minister of Finance and five-other Cabinet Ministers.   The staff of the Audi-  tor-General numbers about one hundred at present.   In 1900, the Audi-  ���������or-Gorieral examined about $50,000.-  000 ol public accounts; this yenr he  audited over $115,000,000. of public  accounts, In commenting upon tho  irregularities at tho Printing Bureau,  the Auditor-Ge'norul mokes thib recommendation-to Parliamout: "Tho exist-  onco of thoso irregularities emphasizes  tho necessity for tho establishment  of a proper system'of storokeeping. a  systematic stock-taking and an inspection by competont inspectors in ovory  branch ot the service whero stores are  kept."    Held Court In Hotel.  Judges on circuit in country districts havo often to put up with al{  sorts of inconvonioncos when dispell.*,  ing ju.stico, but usually the like happens in tho far off backwoods districts,  Judge McGibbon of Brninpton, how-  ovor, hnd an experience in Port Cro>  dit recently, which rocallb the o|d  days in Ontario.   Ho hiid a number  01 oases to dispose of, and his arrival  being welt known, expected tho court  house, in other words, tho Town Hull,  would bo in roudinoss. <  Aftor dinner ho wont to tho hall,  and as ho ontorod noticed tho euro-  tnkor wiih just starting to light the  Aires. Ho didn't tarry longer than wn.  necessary to exclaim: "This is a flno  plaoo to -, get pneumonia."  Thon ho wont ovor to tho Wilbur  Houso and onauirod of tho proprietor  il ho minded hini holding court in hi*  hotol. Mr. Wilbur lost no timo in  clearing tho dining*room of its tables,  and shortly his honor was installed  In Rtnto,  "*.ow, thib i. something liko It,"  ho remarked im he called tho first cum  on uiu iut.~ioroiiiu  .Vw.-.i> oui.  GOLDS  BREED'  CATARRH  Her Terrible Experience Shows  How Peruna Should Be in Every  Homo to Prevent Colds.  Mis. U.S.  Sager s e r,  1311 Woodland Ave.,  Kansas,  City. Mo.,  writes*.        J  "I feel iti  a ' duty to I  you and to!  others that*  may be afflicted like  myself, to  speak for '  Peruna.  '."My trou-  b 1 e first  came after  la gr i p p e  eight or,  nine - years  ago, a gabh-.'  ering in my  head and  neuralgia. I  iu fl e r e d  most ail tho  time. My .nose, earB and eyea  were badly affected for the  last two years. I think from your  description of internal catarrh that I  must have had that also. I suffered ���������  very severely.  "Nothing ever Teljeved me like Pe- ���������  runa., It keeps me "from taking cold.  "With,the exception of some deafness I am. feeling perfectly 'cuied. I  arfi -forty-six years old.   ,  "I- feel that words are inadequate to  express my praise for Peruna."  Mi*. C 8. 8ager������er.  DR. WINTERS '  ��������� Cures all-chronic diseases.. Write  him. His valuable advice will  cost you nothing.  BOX -SIS.-^NEW~yORK CITY.-  KEST ARD HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILI  Mrs. Winslow's Soothino Syuwf h������������ fern  sed for over SIXTY YEARS by Ml_,UON������ oi  MOTHRHS  (or   their   CHILDREN   WHXU.  _scd for over SIXTY YEARS by Ml_,UON������ .  Dr their CHILDREN WHXI,  TEETHING, with PERFECT SUCCEfib. II  SOOTHES the CHILD, SOKTEN8 the GUM*  ALLAYS all PAIN CURES WIND COLIC, ai*  is the bent remedy (or DIARRHCEA. It U ���������������>  solut.ly harral-39, lie sure and ask (or "Mra,  Wlunlow*. (Sooth!ng Syrup," and take no oth*.  Wind.   Twenty-Bve cents a bottle  ���������   Awarded First,Prize at World's Exposition on its Work and Methods���������  Catalogue Free.. Address,  WINNIPEG  BUSINESS COLLEGE,  ,Cor Portago Ave & Fort St. Winnipeg  THICK* SWOLLEN GLANDS  Ihat ___k������ ��������� bonaJftbaaaa,  Haat,__?��������� Thl-lrWIb4, or  Okokt-down, ean ba y*>  ���������ovadwltb       .   Aj8S0Rfl������NL  erany Bnncb or B-trtlllni,  Vo bliatar. no hair  kob������( and aorta leapt at  work. W   tlyat**, ,  abbo:   iiKa,iin.,.<-r  -���������~      -^b  aablna, fl.M, dall .������_*<_, Radatai Ooltra, Tumor*  ytaat, VaHaota Vaiai, tn.t.i.Hyiro-Olt, Varito  -a.lt.    H������*k .na   llaaa onlr tr  W. F. YOUNfl, f. 0. F��������� 117 Ttmolt St.. M^ltld, Mitt  .   ������������������   train, _U.I-_.M_1, fetflu lav*.    ���������  Um r_Mbk*_ _f *_KtM ML! ft W Y������������lM, Wbalftal  fna iu.iO-__ diiiu * ciiihi... oo,, w___i_*_ a o__>  tarri iu* HJUftlUOl UU 01k. UL. Vai  Scanty and Wear  Knltffi, forftf. spooni, He,  of exclusive dttign mi tint  ' waring qualify art tramped  'MROGERS BROS'.'  T/ili mark on silver pfafe 1$ a  guide to <jui/l. ftecogwitm every*  when a$ tht world'i standard.  tftilUatili.dlihtttmalrm,  lit., ate .fampto  MCNIDCNDRITAOO,  Waiting Patiently  It in hot what w������ rfmrn, but what  wn unvn tbat ronkon m rioli. It in  not whnt wo ont, but what wo digest  thnt ninkei<ufl M.romr. 11 in not what  wo; rond, but what wo remember, thut  jnakc'H us lenrnnd|! It is not what wo  intend, but what wo do, lliat inakca  uh UHtiful. It Is not n few faint wiHhen  but n'life-long Htrugglo thut innkiiH uh  vnlinnt.���������Selected.,"  A girl knows better than lo lot a  mnn kiss her, and Hint's why    she  let*, bim,  If Rome men were bnlf m big ns  they imagine tbey nre, ���������.iiliii* would  come to bu clasHi'd iij* circus attractions.  Tt'*. on.iicr for a woman tn run^ip n  bill at a dry goods utor-n* than it in for  bor busbnnd to run down tbo money ]  to pay it,  Borne men try to mak.* an arc light  dinplny with a pan of kerosene.  An Inconilderate Horse.  William Smith of Columbus, Ont.,  in a home breeder who has beon  brand-minded concerning helping  hree-Hm. nil thn reeot.ni7.ed pood kinds  of liorHcs, but lie pins lus iaitli and  favor to Clydesdale*,  During the Winter Fair at Guelph  be and other men interested iu homo-,  were looking nt Hnekney������. Tho others  expressed grout ndmirntion lor thnt  breed but Mr. Smith quietly muck up  hit hi,. !iivt..iU' Clyde...  And in explaining why bo wmn't  loud ill Mi prai-** inr ihn Hiir-fninyi,, _  lio sfliu: "J bud bud luck with Iliick- j  neyu. I had lwt������ ol them; one died !  and thp other didnjt." ,{   1.(  A Pretty Good Prlct.  Whnt in anid to have been tho high-;  e������t \nnx. yul p.ud iu Cuuudii Cut cum- i  mercinl property i������ that given by John  With-Ml to  Frimk  Gallugbcr for the  lot on which is iituate.1  Fri-enii.ni  C������fe, on St. J������me������ itreot, Montrenl.  Th.-* totiil pric������ it $112,000, or 16,000  t running foot.  SOLD ������V tiADIMO mULRM  "Stiver flan that Wtort"'  KINDAIES  SPAVI  fillip  t*  9^  Kills Bone Spavin7  Rich Vallry, Alia, May Mb. 1M0  '���������I havf iimiI your Bpavla Curt far a  Ulmm l.Utl   _#,_ *������U'������-4 mWi mt   *,\m**- li,  llavt killtit a Ban* Bpavis ay IU u������,"  OI,X CAR WON.  That lllll thf wliolt tlary.   Aid  huaHredi of thomaa<U have had tht  ttme .iptrUlie* In tht past 40 yaat*.  Fir Spivla, Bli|b������ie, Cirb,  Splint, SwelUaffl aad  ill liaeiess,  Krndkll't *.pt.\n Curt tart* th*  trouM.'-mtk*! th* hort������ mnaA aad  w.ll-and 1*1*1 moafy fur tli. owner  tweautt It rctaov.i th* ������������������������������������ of lh*  traa-al*.  Ktrp a ballte always at band- fiord  far!*. Good fer man aad baaai. Atk  ������������������wir r������*������tl������r fnr fr.t enfY at *>nr ftaok  'k TrtatiM Oa Tb* Horse" ar writ* ut.  II. I, J, nmttU Ci. iMitorf falls, ft"  W. N. U., No. 131. the ii*^nt1^^1*W^^^^0W^^^^  -4',>*  (r --ammaSSmahym  .���������__*_  ������jjwrrti-������*g������>i*-*������a^  !.fi'-,i'.^^  ^'Kr.s^g"  Tug Oii^or'aM Jaws  it*-\-i-   l-vv-fw   T'-.t^day  bv   the  (������������������������<��������� i.msix.   <k    ���������iafnoeci-ar-ti  Pub ishing   G<vnp������ny  T iU pr.jKM*   Wl.l  li"ij hold  itself  I'-vt. ni������il)lt. for the npinionaof ������>ch-  *���������*--. a, a:, may Kpp-enr in it* column*  f;'(ti_i time to time.  Vi-���������      .-*������-  trm��������� -wir***���������'  .VtZ&DM.   M.r-.i   -itb,   l������U,  WATRR NOTICB,  NOTICE Ia herehy given that An  application will be made under Part  V. of tho "Water Act, 1.09," t������ ob-  t nt a licouse in tiw S<ty������������*v'J Divtsisn of  Y; t ria Water Di:tri.it  ... Tho nmup otOon.ra-i*. iu loll The  C .vpK-tl Rivn- Pows-r Ci-mpu .v,Lin������it������d.  IVo hoad office- Olllee ef Bi.r-.srii & Rob  .erta.-n, 5UF. rv S. , Viutvi*  B.C.  Tbe capital, how divided, showing  amount paid n_> $50,000 divide i imo IJ (J  p -ura. iti $100.00 ta h. Avurunfc yaid up  U0.000. ������  (If for mining purposes) Free Miner's Certificate No..,   (b) The name cf Jtho lake, stream  or sourco (if unnamed, tht. desarip-  tion i���������������Cft'Uj.bstll L;ik>, V     oiki.   IhIhmiI  (c.) The point ol divorslon: About  Thb '������������������ t   ���������( IJt*.p-"*tl Ij*   '  (d.) The. quantity of water applied  . for (in cubic.feet per second)  **o,cu'-.  lc feet.  (e.) The character of the proposed  w-s-rkj due. *������d la ���������-.������ _���������������..���������..  (f.) Tho premises on which the wator is to bo. U3.d (describa Barne): In  bt o-.m< paint ua tt.e land a oaj the l>scnk.  t>f the Caii-Whsl1 River, about oue half milt*  le'i'ft- Caivi/wll Rive- F*!k  (tj.) The purpcees Jor which the  Ti'iit'.tr i-< L. '.-<> kS-id b-'i-T ?,.- ���������.���������ii  (fa.) If for irrigation ttaacribe tho  land intended to bo irrigated, giving  acreage  .".   None.  (1) If the irettar ta to bo used tor  .' power or raining purposes deseribe  the place where the wat-^r is to be  returned to some natural channel,  and the differ en ce������in altitude hetwee*  point of diversion and point of re-  lisr?: Tho water is to be rt n ned to tht-  -__.Ca_opbell RlxAr.at aip_.iii.L_about_oue__mil*������r  below the Campbell River Fills aud ������he  diffm"ive "h ald-uuo will h. a'-out 800 ft.  (j.) Ar?a ot Crown, land intended to  be occupied by the proposed works:  A'^.>Ut S21) aero-.;       ��������� ���������   -1  (k.)Thia'notice was posted en the  19.09 1. .ry ot January, 1911,     d apt.lio.  tion will be made.to, tbe Commls-  ii* eroa tbe iw.ulj-fourt.. '-...y cf Jj'ebru-  try, It'll  1.) (live toe namesi and addressee  of any riparian proprietors or licen-  ������i .���������** v. lio or whoso landfl nre likely to  be alTccted by '-the proposed works,  either above or bolov. tho outlet:  The oro-ni, ".h" British Am-r ca Timber  O., Ltd., of Vietoria, B.(... Nonh IW1H0  Lumbsr Co., Ltd,, of Van������.*u������er, B.U.; P.  Cudahy, nl Chio-igo, Illinol.: Inturnation  ai Timber Coi. of VasdU er, It 0.  Attach copy of such parts of the  Company's m*������more,n6-Um of Maecta*  tton 03 authorize tha proposed application and vrorkfl,  (������J The con.truo.ion ni operation of  ���������w.rk -.i* t'io supplyVr utilization of water  n������da,'!������ie"W*tMAet, 1900 "  (l>) To apftly for nnd oht Vm iinder the  p widow of tho "Wntor Aot, 1009," or to  puichoaj or o'heiwiro ttoquir.i witter reo-  or-ls or w������ler Uodn'ts.  TilK CaMI'IIBLI. blVKH PoWKlt WMPANY,  LlMITBD.  G.H. Bu"V).i W.Walluoo Grime,  l'.O  at. da h Hot 724 - Diiflotoru.  V.������lw in, K.C.  APPUCHTION   FOR   STORING W.VVKR,  Ta. ii'iio i.t .Aid piop'<#i;'l !>i*rvoii* tor  ukorl "'j, w*.'i.v O'liiipbfll hnnr, Vanoouvor  TsSsud.  f. 1 Tlm ii.-f.'.-i* I y wtioh ii !*������ proposed to  ������,nro '..'.I ��������� v.������(<r '*m ������n   n-nitny-.tfis-  ,<���������! flu* it u |i'i>t> i*.r*d 'ii U'fiii'is Ihu  I nd i.o-w-.ui,*. f. r i'ln *, uriiiiw* liy |iiiroln\.t.i  *M , cpr ij.ri-*' on.  w, \n\i oximsiuly llm on>������-l>tir of aoro  l������i!, iij'.oiu''.>Uf   iyin ii l������il -M^'.Ci sure  for (in cubic   feet   per   second)  M ml)    ft'  (e.) Tho character ol the proposed  w 1.    tara ������... u   Loo ^atea  (f.) Tbe prerniRes on which the water ia to be used (describe same)  At o___ palm mix -ko la&ei alu g tbe lank  .(t e CiOipb-li riv.r ������bwa. uuo half mile  bel.-Yf L������DQ^b������H riter Falls.  (g.) The purpoeca for which   tha  v ri i* 10 be a *m", yowsr purp-8d.  (h) If lor irrigation describe the  land intended to be irrie&ted, giving  Ot_->-Q4Ag--Q������._���������(!������������,������,,   i������������-������i<i������>t������t   tt.ut.it-.tt   ���������*_���������*,*������*���������  None.  (i.) If the water- ia to be usbd fot  powor ctr mining purposes dassr.be  the plaoe where the water is to be  returned to some natural channel,  and tbe difference in altitude betweea  point of diversion and point of re-  tnrat The water is t* be reiuraed   ta  tie  ������m->l>blt nvtr at a. poiat ������l>out eno miK  below t 0 Cimpbali ri������*t>r Falls and the (lit  fere*..e in altuude wil1 ba about 300 .est.  (j.)Area of Crown land intended ta  be occupied by the proposed works*  AW-at 320 aoe������.  (k.) This notice waa pcated on the  eighth day of Jftauary, 1911, asii application will ht rustle to tha Coruxaiss ou.r uh  ch������ twen.y-foiirib day ef Fsbreary,  19ll,  (1.) Give the names aad -addresses  of any riparian proprietors or licenses who or whose lands aro likely to  be effected by, the propoaed works,  eitlicr abovo or below the outlet:  Ii.o B.-i ish Amerioan Timbir Co., Ltd^  bt Victoria, B.C; North Pacific Lumbsr  O)., Lti, of Vsnoouver, BC:P. Cudahy,  of Chicago, Illinois; International Timber  Co., al Vauceuver, B.C, Eaquin.aU & Na-  naime Raiiw^y Company.  Attach copy of sueh parts of -the  Company's memorandum of association aa authorize the proposed application and works.  n. Ti.eooiis motion or operation ef works  or tbe supply or utilization at water nude  tne "Wtut-r Aot, 1909."  I.. To apply tor and obtain under tb"  grov-Biona"f tlie "Water Aot, 1909," or t<-  purehat. or o-.harwi.dai quire witter recoids  or naers liceas.s  The Campbbi,i. Rivkr Powkb company,  Limitsd; G. H. Bui-ns, W.-WallaceGrim.,  Dn ect������i a.  P. O' address: Box 724. V.otor'a, B.C,  APPLICAT.ON FORSTOHMIG WATER  s. The place of the proposed retei vol f. r  Storing; Upper Campbell Lake, Voncotmi  filaniir ..������������������ --_  t. Tha meats by which ic is proposed to  store tbe wuter*. Dam aud S:u ci.gates  r. How it is proposed to(t.viiuiro the laml  In.cce ary for tbe parpoii*: By puiuhuseauU  expr pnntion.  v.. Approximately tbe number of acu  feat iuteuded to be impouuded 19,752 ucn  inn*.    ���������  THK CAlirBEU- RlVKR POWKU CO ,   UMITKB  G. JI. Bavus, W WalU-OOiime, Liire.tuih  P.O. address*.    Box 724, Viotoria, B.C.  WATIfyl NOTICB.  Notice is hereby given that an application wijl be made under Part V. of the  Water Act, I9������g, to obtain a license in  thp Comaic or Nooikn Dirisioii of Vict-  oru Water District.  (a) Tlie uaine of the cempany iu full:  The Campbell River I'ower Company,  Limited-  The head office Ol'iices of llanurd &  Robertson, 5I4 Fort St. Victoria, U 0  The capital, haw divided, allowing  amount piid up; $50,000divided into 50*  ibaruscf Sluo each; H*uou������t paid up:���������  $40,000.  (b) The nameof the lake, stream or  source [\l unnamed, thi description isj���������  liuuloii Lnke, Vancouver Island.  (c) The point of diversion loot of But  1<j������ Lake.  (d) The iiuanlity of water applied for  in cubic feet per second  12$ cubic feet.  (e)Thc characier-nl the proposed works  cIhiii and sluice yntei,  (f.) The preiniie. on which the water  is io be used describe  same; At  sonic  poiut .tlunti the b.mk ol' tht:  Campbell  River about one half mile below Citinp  Ik'II river Fulls,  (;/) Thu purposes for which ilia water  i_ to be tiicd; Power purpose*.  (h) if for irnjjRtlon describe the land  intended to he irrigated! giving ^cre<me;  Not tube used for i.ritfution,  (������) If the water U tc be used for power  ffl.v,  Tin-������ it*u*'V" U v<.i��������� I'    ������r(V���������l_td.   or mininj;';|)urpoM������ describe the  place  where the '-rater is tn bn returned lo some  iikiural channel, und ihe difrarence in altitude between pmni of diversion and  point ot return: The water in to be if-  iiniied tn the Campbell river at a point  ftbii.it oae mile below the Campbell river  Kails and the difference in iiliitude will  lie about 300 feet,  (j) Area ol Crown land* intended to be  occupied by the pr .posed s.orks: About  3_u aues.  (k) This nolle* was pouted on the sev-  enili day of January, tQti, air.l apylica-  iiotMvill be nud* nn the twenly-tourth  day of Fthrunry, 1911,  (I) Give the n.rMes und addresses of  .my lip^fiati proprietors or licensees who  n--������.hi-i.f Und. ate likely to ba affected  hv the piopo>ed works either above or  below tb������ outlet: The Crown, Itiquitrult  i'i N.'liuimn Kailway Co, The Brilish  Auu;nc*n I'miIki Co,, l.'d,, of Victoria,  i-i.C, I* C,'d-*l,y, uf Chictso, .llm'is, hi-  .���������n.*������ii*.n.-.' lnnber Co,, of Vi.o* uiv.r,  !l C, Nwtii H������rifn: Luiu^t, Cu; ltd, o  V f til ! m.t i,l C  ������... U H.imi , \V >'*';t)WuG imt-i  Dr.t.r.  P O. *i.I.!m ,: IV-V72I V *l ris. B,C.  WATWR K0TTCW,  NOTlUn] tn hereby jjlvcu tlmt 1111  iippUcatton *viU ho ninda under fait  V. cf thu "Water Aet, WOO," to ������b-  (1.1 Mn'mi. - the U_j.it* l.)v s .u ni Vio  to in W   ��������� ��������� Di 'iln������,  \i%.) Tub -i-.t-._tt* <ti CviUi-cu;. I;; '"-V..  T it. Cnt-upboll Riv������r Pm pr ��������� oiu an.,Ltd  Th������ b0M������ ������Hiif: OlK-.������ l f srunrd A  I     r.   s.ri. ftHF.rt SJ   , V Her���������������. II.O.  The capital, how divided, Bhowlnn  f., ff.t ...m ut. fi'VHwi, Mud iiitofiOl)  P. -tr ������ ut t't'ij . (������������������ , ami'iiul jmid tin  gifl,-rt<".  t'lf 1/r mii'.rt; ptirpoo?.*) Proe Mln-  er'H Cirt'^fate No,.,   (h.) Tin.- r'o.rif of thf lnVe, atream  or eource Of imnnwml, t'w descrlp-  fi 11 i-^Up'in" t'a-������,b..!l 1 a >, '.'."C ter  \ .-.v I  (e.t Tt-i pofnt of dlverei^n: At the  , >   o'TT   .-   "���������     '.* ' t ���������   .  (d.) Tha quantity of 'voter applied  Attack copy of such parts of the Com-  pauy's memorandum of association a.  authojire the proposed application and  works. .  (a) The construction or operation 01  works or the supply or ntiluatlon of  water under the i'Waler Act, 1909,"      1  (b) To apply for and obtain under the  provisions of the "Water Act 1909," or t������  purchase or etherwise acquire water records or water licenses.  The C/iMri.EU. IUvkr Powkii  Com-  PANY,  LlMITKU.  GH Burns W Wallace Grimk  Directors,  (P O Address)    Uox 734, Victoria, ll C.  APPLICATION     FOR     STORING  WATKR.  s The place of the proposed reservoir  f.ir .tonntf Buttles 'Lake, Vancouver Island, (  t The meaus oy which it is proposed  10 store tc *v\t!-*: l)t m and stnice nates  v ![ iv   ic is proposed to acquitc  the  laud necessary for the purpose: Ily purchase and expropriation.  w Approximately tlte number of acre  feet ta he impounded: 84,001) acre feet,  Tin. Camukll R-Vick'Powku Company  LlMITKI).  C, !! I.U!'.Mf WWimrv ->imv.  tVir-^riors,  f 1������ O Address]    Jinx 724. Victoria, W C  I AKJDACP.  V.,r.nNo.O,  1-f.nm nf Vnti^ft.  Count Duiriot,  District of Itanffell.  TAKK notioo t4m*_ KUnor Lsok ot Van*  onuvt-r, cooupntion M.rrlod woman, in-  tunda tu npply for ptrinlsfiion te pu.oh.-M>  tli* following dwicrihi'd lanils:-���������  Commencing at a post planted tt tho  North We*', cuiucrof Ko. 1, theuce North  eighty (SO) ohaine. thenco East (80) chains  thon*?������ South eighty (8U) ohaina, thenee  VVust IfiO) ehaim, to point of c<.<iim-D_������-  uiint ort.taiuiuK nls huudiod mid fo ty,  aeres, wo ��������� nr l������*������. I  RIjANOR I.KKK. i  Name of Applietitt,'  ,)di**l Jul������ i'-h 1910.  Notice*  In the County Court of Nanaimo, holden  al Nanaimo, between 1  Hop  Li.e,  of the CLv of Ladysmith,  ���������    * Plaintiff, und  Huno WAit, of the City of Cumberland,  Defendant,  To Huno Wah, formerly of the City  of Cumberland, in the County of Nanaimo, Province of Briiish Columbia.  TAKK NOTICE that a plaint hits  been entered and a summons issued  against y.u in the above court by,'"Hop  Lee of the Ciiy of Ladysmith:���������  * For the recovery of the sum of $350,  the amount due on a promissory note  made by the defend mt, HunyWah payable to the Plaintiff. Hop Lee, clued the  6th day ol January, 1911, payable one  month after date, for the sum ol $350."  And an order hits bcen'made thut tbe  publication of n notice of the entry cf  such plaint mn weekly now. paper published in the city of'Cumberland, daresaid, for two issues, wiil be deemed tfood  ,.ikI suflinient service of the summons on  you.  YOU ARE REQUIRED tn file n.defence within fifteen [15J days alter the  first publication hf this notice ht theofTue  of the Registrar of the County Court of  Nanaimo, at Nanaimo, nnd.l * nid.i n 0  enter sticn nppetranoe judgment may be  si|{n������d against you, and thu plaiutiff mny  p ocerd to tnke the necessary utepii fnr  1 1, r .I       ., ,. ,   mc -..���������,..ici_������.\i.. u, ...... ..,..,���������,...  Dated at Nanaimo, IJ C��������� Fcb'ry.so, 1911  (SHd,)   M. Hatk,  Registrar 01 thu county court uf Nanaimo  J. II. Simpson,  Solicitor I'or Plaintiff.  "Wood's rkonpto&l&Ot  The Great Knoliin Jlemtdi/.  Toms* and .nvtjarnw". tlm wUuio  nervous ayntm.t, rntikw nu*.*  Hlv;4 In Old V-nlttl Vurta A>r  oun Dtbllilu, Mtnltil ami Vmin lrerry.br.  potnietrv, fkxwxl Wtnaaeaa. t\nte*'*na, /,',���������.  au:fmrrhit.r,nnd Jiffcrt.i txf.Ahu.aor l.tetarr.  Vtiea tl nu hn. kUInt 86, uuu wltlp.iniw.i  lo .......            kf. Ml MWllpt Of II.      .....      .  ataUal/ri-'t Th������WootS Mctlt^lrt* Co.  whlwiMi. 8-ia by ill drtttgUtacr inn.  nn Mwpt ot \nfc*,__Nein jum  I  Plain |;V;  tfomirt*. Irtm.toti  LAND AOT.  Form No. 9,   ,  Form ol Notice,  Ooait District, IUupe 2.  TAKK NOTICE that John Morav-  ic, of Vaneouvar,oooupRtion constructor, iutbiids   to apply for pemiisaion  to purchase tbe follow in); dvaoribud  landst-Oonsmeacing nt a post plantttl  at the tiorth'*oet oomor of No 1*1, hi���������  ioqc  Use miles north and two miloa  wtst of the sunthwoHt corner of No 1,  'hi*nee north bO ohsina, thanve  west  80 chaii a, thenou  south  80 ohnino.  tliption tiast 80 chains, to tbe point of  0 mmenocment, containini. 040 notes,  rooro ot kt*.     JOHN MORA VIO,  Namo ul Applioant,  Dated Joco 0,1010.  8AYWAKI) LAND DIHTUICT,  MWttMtslssw  Distriot of Su.vwurd.  TAKE NOTICE tint .Willium'  Caldwell, of Lanark, Out., mining  mun, inlwiids tu apply for permit,  eion tu puruhavfl Iho following do-  senbed lanclt.:���������Commencing nt a  pout pin nted ut die -non Invest comer  of Lot 490, 0iirrlni?ton Buy, Buy-  witrdDistriot, thenou following the  north boundary of ot 400 o^storly  for -10 chains, thonco north 20  oliniiip, thnnon wait In thouhoro lino  thenoo noutln.oi-terly nnd following  tl'-o .horo lino In tho point of com-  i-.G*)cemuiil, containing lei>8 thon 80  lir.riW.        WTt.T.t-VM OAT.nwKi.r.,  Jno, MunBon,ARonl  Datod Fob. 28th, 1011,  TVKR NOTI01. that DaWd DawsPn  Milur, of Vauonuvor, oeonpatlou, carpon-  tor, intondu to apply for p.rmlwilon to pnr-  ohase tho following ileterilied hudsi��������� Cum  noi ving at a \>im\. plautttd at thu ituutli  crhi oornt r of No. 1, thetico north 80 chains  Miui.ii rsMt 80 olidiiis, thonco south 80  oli������i>.������ thsiuwi mi 80 chains, to point of  oniiiiiifiiouuient, containing OiOaoie n.oro  n \.n*.  DAVID DAWHOtt'MU-UK  Namnof A|>|>liosnt,  ,    LANU-AGT.    :     -  Form No, 9.  ���������-.. Form of Notii;*.  Ooast DUtriot, Rauge 2.  TAKB NOTICE that Alexaudor MoPhre  of Vauoouvor, ououpation, oarpuutsr, iii-  tends to apply for purmisMiou to purolima  cliu following deionUd lstiib.*.���������Communo-  iim at at a post plauti (1 at the north west  ooruar of No. IS, buinn four nuUa north  aud tbroo miles went of the -Ottth west corner of No.l, thsneenortk 80 ukains,thonc������  west 80 chaius, theuce south 80. chaius,  thonoo east 8ft chains, to the poiut ofioom-  nioncoment, onutsininf 040 soro������, more or  less, AUXAND.br MtiPHSB,  Name of Apidioavt.  DttodJunoWi, 1010.  LAND ACT.  Form No. 2.  Canst Dj-.tr.et, linn bo 2.  TAKB NOTIOK tlut Naomi MoPhos,  of Vnaoouvor, occupation,,uiairiod woman  intends to apply for permission to fnir-  ohnBo tho following deaorlbed Iliad.: Clmn  muDOlutf nt a post planted at the north  w������st coiiioriit No. M, bohiff five ndl.s  north nod throe miles w.st i.f tho south  wt'Btooaior nf No. 1, tlience. north 81,  ohuinn, thonoe west SO chains, tlienco  Houth 80 ohnins, thenoo emit 80 oliaiux, ta  the point of oouii.ir-ii.onii-.nl, oimti-.ii i ijf  (HO iiortis, moro or loss,  Mv.ut ..._i tli.lt,  Dutod Juno Oth, 1010.  Nump i.f Ajiplicsut.  m-f*.,f  ,.udL  >.  Toru-HOni. p^tj Ju���������o 9th, 1910.  coast land district.  , Diitrict oi 0onet Kiintfo 2.  TAKE NOTICE thnt Kdwnrd 0  Towtiflond of Vancouver, ,B. C J  Rontloman, intondB to npply for por-  minefon to purohnt������o tho following  dcflcribod lundi*: Commoucinp at a  po. t pTunted abont 7 milea north  iind'2 milt** Bhul of ll������ .ouilit'i^L  corner of CL 3358, thoncp flout h HO  clinina, 'hence, weat' 80 chnint>,  llirncn north 80 ohnim. thenc*1 cnt*t  80ch������in������, to pont of commence-  ment, (jontnining 640 a eves mom or  ]w. EDWAHD C TOWNSlfiND.  Dflto.1 July 27th, lOiO, :im-:mW,^e'xjMfeKLANb,"-beittsh- columbja.  I  ���������t"  r'V  APPLICATION POR STORING WATER  i  (a ) The plaoa ef the proposed reservoir  for storh'g Oomox Lako, B.O.  (t.) The mean* hy vhioh it is propoged  to store the water- by a date at  outlot  cf  l������k'������.-:\-  (n,) The area cf the reservoir site or  sites at eaoh foot in death above the outlet  8000 aorei. _   <-  (v.) How is it propoied to ac$>jre the  laadueceiuaiy for ths purpose By purohaso  ifnaoesairy.  (���������a*.) Approximately the number of tore  feet iutended tj lie iuipoundsd 80,000.  (xi) Wuether it is propoa.d to lower the  w������Ur ia any natural Uko or standing body  ot witer, aud, it ao, thru���������  1. Tlie autiuipated extent of tho lowering Not lower������.l.  i. The mnaas proposed to be adopted to  lower and r-till   "3. -Tlio tutur* and ouaraoter, in detail,  ot tho works propoaed to be ooestraoted t������  provide (or the discharge aad panning back  ���������f the water By concrete dain with regulating gates controlling tbe di.oh.rge.  [Signature]  WSLLl-N'OTON OOLLIKRY COMPANV,   LtD.,  W. L, CoiM-BOX, Geiiorul M������irag������r.  (P.O. ad-r.aa) Vioiorm, B.C.  Januaty 10 th, 1911.  WATER NOTIOl.  NOTICE is   hereby given that   an  application -will be made under Part  * V. of the "Water .Act, 1909," to obtain a iisertse.iu mo   b.v.sio*   oil   G-juiox  Distriot. ���������- '  i   .     ( .      ���������  (a.) Tbe, name of Company in fall:  Weii.ngtn Culilery Ccmpai.y,   Limi-ad.  The heua <-filos Viotoria, B.C.'   - ,  The  capital, ' h-vr .divide*.,   show inn  amoant paid up ������:.'.< i.<.,0000 divided into  19,000 shaiea of $100.00 ������*soh fully psid up  (If for mining purpoeea) Free Miner's Certificate No   (b.) The name of lake, stream or  pouree (if unnamed,   tho   deaerlptloa  i0 Punt-edge River.  (e.) Tbe point of dlvaraiem: At a  point above the falls on the fumledg*  River, Oatnox DUtriot;.  (d.) Tbe quantity oC water applied  tor (ia eubie feet per eecooi):  67*.  (o.) The character of tbe proponed  wo-k������: Generating pit,_t, power wo.ks, -.a.*  oleotrio works, and plant a*d other maeH-  iaary andciinrcnienoeHut-oessary for.producing powtr.   i  {'  Special  *&  'Brew  For Sale by all  Hotels  iu Kegs or Bottles  The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B. C  HERCULES Stump Pullers  -      -      FOR   SALE   BY      -      -  Walworth-Rblston Go.  m  1020 Westminttsr Ave.,  Vancouver, B������ C.  a  S3?  & < a  <, u *  1-5  im   "  2  ������ '<M  s 2 o  " _5  n  ��������� o ~a  S : *  '**     it'  it*  _   .   a  - 2  2       m  W       *     m  2. i to  2   8  J_ J_  5S=������   -  ?' c >  \m\*<  ������ __ a  x -i  t?  A -r *\  .3 a_-������  "Si 5  ��������� bt o  W ���������������������_  9  tl  a  ti  *.  5    r.  3 8,  ������ "S  *���������     m  a. ���������>.  ;; r  * i  i*  5.2  12  s ?  s__  ��������� _._  a rs  c    .  'ib S  J'Q  OS  a  ���������Cf  1>.  Jl  K  a  5"  m.  MADE iH CMRDA  ���������**sc^r-<".'  r-  i<  I!  (f.) The promisee on which the water is to be used (doncrihe same): Oa  or tu i,h������ vifinity ������f tne-Wellingt������ti -.'ol i  ory Company'i Ltd. prspsny aud hold-  lege in Comix D utrioc.  (f.) The purposes on wbich the water is to tie Ufod: (-rem*rating eieo.noir.y,  and or light, heat, power, eperatiou of  _n������tui*_, eagiuea, nadmiohinery ufal, kinds  and generally for th. exerciue nf all powers  anil priyil������������g������s of a po .er co.upany uuder  Part IX. of above Aot.  (1.) If the wnter is to ba used for  powor or mining purposea dascrtba  ths place wfaere the water ,ls to ba  returned to soma natural chsanel,  and tbo difference in nltitudo batwetn  point of diversion aad point of return At a eoavopiost plaoe below tbe  Ktonjihtoa F.lls m the vicinity outlet  Brown River, Ssotioaa 10 a������d U Ti>., 9,  Ooanox Distriot, , Tlie po>nt of return is  iihout S00 feet lower nltitudo than tbe point  of divO'idon,  (J.) Area of Crown land Intended tn  to ooeupiad by the propoaed works:  Nona,  i  *   (k.) This notiee waa poatad on tha  sixteantU day of January, 1011, aud appl -  cation'will be made to the onttimii.lu .oi-  on the 2Srd day e( February, 1011  (1.) Oive tie mums and addreaaes  ol any riparian proprietors or   lie-  eruwa who or whoaa lands are likely  to ba afleeted by the propoaed works,  eith������r above or below tha outlet!  VVtlii������|tiin Colliery Company, Ltd.  Attach    copy of such parti of the  Company's memorandum of aasaeta-  Uon as authorial kbs prafoasd awll-  aation aad works  (Hijcnetae)  VVBLUNaroMOo^UBViv OoMPAMt, Ltd  W, h, Ooui.hon, General Manager.  (P.O. nddrsiw)  Vluttirls, IM1,  Extras from the uaMoa.MDUM ur Asaoox-  a'rioK or ni Wm.uwuton Ooluruv  COMPANT, UUtTIO,  (a) To aoqul.e by parobaio, (trsnt, lease  or In wny other maunsr water or  riuhMs to water ..,, ,".,,, ,,,,  [d] Tn carry KB the bu.iaosfl of ,  ���������leetiio H((ht, heat and power supply   [k] Te o-a-iu.aoLt.ro and uss so n miilivs  power tl.otiloity,,,,, .and to ai-.iiufa.tur*  or HUquire plant, uiaolilusry, opparatos,  aud uiatertsjs o( e.ory kind for tho production und distribution of eleotriolty. ,,  to K������ueratr< uio or dlipoie of supply or dii-  tritioteehotriuity .,,.,.,,,for lifclilirffor  motive power and to eenatruni, lay  dowa, ent-tblUh, and carry out oalilws,  wiisa, lints, aooumulatois, la.nps uud  ww'ki.  NOTICE  Any person or persons, cutting,  removing or taking   any   blocks,  timber or wood, of any daseriptiodn  )������lo������ging to tlie Wellington Col*  u'ery Co'y., or from or off tli������ land  of the snid Company, will Im pros-  ecntedto tbe full cxtont of the lawk  1  W. L. COULSON,    '   --^  Gauoral Manager*-  Wolliugton Colliery Co,y;'  -      .        ---. : ,j|  KOTICJS.  Eliding on Incomotives and   rail  war car* of   the' Union   Colliery  Company by any  person   jr   per-  ,.������.na���������except tain crew���������if- striotly  prohibited.    Eiupioyees   ti.   sub-'  ;^c tooiamiasal for kllowiog aanJ-  ��������� Uy order  W.  L.   COULSON,.  General M'ai.aner.  C. H TARBELL  <*naM*������-ss*vr______H_������_____������__B_mBnawawaaM������������twe__-_s������M  HIGH GRADE STOVES  AMdiall KITCHEN ������:UTENS1LS  -A cup of BOVRIL  will drive away that  feeling of lassitude so  common: in warm  weather. BOVRIL  gives vigour and tone to  tne entire system.  BOVRIL  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Disaiot of Rupert.  TAKE notioo ihat Fodora Mac Li'ftnn  .of Vancouver, B. O. ' ououpatioa (Widow,  intonde to apply ' for pem-isMon to pur-  , ohnse the followirfj (Wcrib-ti laod<.: O m  -U-iiciuh at at a p +t planted  Hlxiut  one  mile uorth iind 40 clmius oiut of the S. B.  corner of SeoHon 4, Tuwnbhip  8,   thenoi  uorih SOchniui-, thonco msx 80 chainp,  thonco soutli 80 oliniu*',   thence west SU  chains toplnci.ol coinmencoiaent, contdii  iuff 640 acres, ui.io i-r Una.  I    Soribed <-n po-t EVL'* S.W. corner.  EndoraM&k Luksok,  D*������ Ci-iik, Ageut.  DaW Docflmber lltli, 19(0. ., ���������  IS THE BEST  E. W. CILLETT CO., LTD.  Tonato, Onl,  The Courtenay Hotel  Every convenience for gueiti.'  The Oential Hotel for fiportanion  None but the Beit of Wines and Liquors  Spoilsmen* Goods  and  fit*i-*4^i*f\li1rwfytfT.*\tfr*^^  at the*Mar.  BATES  REASONABLE  John Johnston,    Prop  NOTICE TO. THE VU\iU0,  IIavlu-3 bnllti a largo wiirohonio and mill  litOourunay, 1 will lu ftruro koop" on  h.ml ii Htook ofsll liimlH of Huy, Orsln,  uud Feed at lowest mnrltoli rates, A  Bpiioialty will he mado "of. rollor crushed  foad fir horses which Mill matte, a istlnir  of ������ne thirt' In tha oo������t of fre'd. Orders  Riven tlio teamster or hy phono wid> be  promptly tilled. ThnnkiiiRf you for yonr  patr nana in tho puflt and hdHoMiik a oon  iiiutHiico df the samo ou broader lines, I  bog to itn.i'ln  Yours to com mnud,'  MYRON CRAWFORD,  FAIRFIELD  |  -��������� STORE ~f  ���������    J.. JACK,   Pkop. |  A Fine Assortment of  the Choicest Candies,  ������      Fruits and Tobacco,,  3^     Vancouver Ice Cream,'   &  I       ~      i  $ DtinHmuir Avo.   Cumberland $  vtMtavriwtuiT n i      11 iiiwib t w\r ri������wniiwwwiwiinniniBni  t  p.  Dealer in  AU; KINDS OF  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE notice that Gardiner Alexander Brady Spencer of Alameda  Gi.1., ocenporion plumber, intend*  to apply for permimnnn to purchase  the following deeoribed lond������:���������  Commencing st a poet planted  about 30 chains west of the f'outh  east corner of Section 24, Towmhip  21, thence west 80 chains, thence  aouth 80 chainp, thenee east 80  chains, thence north to south sooie  of Wolf Lake thenco weslerly along  aouth shore to we*r ������ncl of lake,  ihence east along north chore about  40 chain?, thence north to place of  commencement, containing 400  acres moro or lei.fi.  Scribed on pom, G A.B.S.'s N.E.  corner.  Gardner Alkxandes Brady  Spencer.  Dun Clnrk. Agent  Dated Det-omber 14th, 1910.  ruperFlTniTdistrict  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that John Henry  Kerrinsh Richardson, of Vancou*  ver, B. C, occupation Steamboat  Steward, intendt to apply for per-  misiion to.purohaee the following  .described lands:���������Commencing at  a post planted about 40 -chains  north of the southwest corner, of  Section 3,. Township 2L, thence west  80-chains__thence nouth-80���������chains,  .thence east 80 chaini, thence north  80 chains to place of commence  ment containing 640 acres more o-  leas.  J. H.K.RVN E corner.  John Henry. Kerbinsii Richariv  IOiN.  Dan Clnrk, Agent.  Dated December Kith, 1910.  KCPKltT LAND DI-TUICT  . District of Rupert        w  ���������'TAKE   .'OriCB    that A������lolaid������   E.Ur  Cark    lkftwn,   of   Brookflcd,   N.  Y.,  iniit'Hi d womao. iGtands to apply (nr p������i-  oiiasioii to purctn-ura tha f������llow_i<(; dcrrile  edUml-:���������Conimenoing at a post pl.vuted  at southwsat corter of S.otion IP, Town-  ���������hip 5), Uioik-o uorth   SO  chain*,,   Uim.ci.  enst-80chains,   thonco   aouth   80  chain.,  tlutHt vest 8*0 chain*, to plico ofcoinoiBa-  meot coutainiug C40 aoros mora or Ions.  t.oiil)Otl oa post A.K.C.B'afJ.W. cor  Ai)-nr.Ain_: __st_:k Cla kk Buowx  Dan Clark, ugenr,  Dated D������cembor 19th, 111 10.  tatam *��������������� ������*l_>������������������������������|  UilTAKlJ NOTICK tliat William Y, Smith,  ot Vauoouvisr, occupation, curp.ntsr, in.  lands to apply Ur permission to puiobBoc  th������ fol I n a it jf <l������sarlh������d lands*���������(.nminr���������nc*1*  l.ig al a post plant, d at tho north east nor.  nsr of No. I, thanoo uorth 80 ehsins, I hones  Mit'10 ohaius, vlii. noo sooth 80 oh-un-,  tksnoe wast 80 ehilni, to point of oomiw  ���������oooniSDt, eouiRiniim (1<0 scran, more or  Uu. WILLIAM fe'.dWITa,  Nam* of Applioant,  ]>4.������d June 9th, 1910.  UNION S, S. CO., of H.C. Ud  Nauaimii-Union Pay- Comox - Camimimx  I .ivicit Routk.  SnillnjrnH under���������  Twln.sorow Niomnur -'COVVlOirAN"  "r,"'H'fft Vnn/.oiii'i>-iTI'iii������.fl,)'(. 9 ].>.������).  Anlve Union (lor Cuiiiborlund) Friday  morning  Airivus 0*mnx Friday morning  Arrivo Oamubull Rlvor Friday noon  lUturidt-ui  Lv'    Coti-io* Friday-tp m  ������������������ Union Bay      "   5   "  '* N.*.i..*.Um> luidiUHUt  Leaven Vsnnouvor, Sntnrdav H p m  Arrives Nsniumo, Rntuniay 12 p in  Arrivo* Uninn, Samlny IJ ii in  (for tJiimWIaiiol  Arrii't'fl Comox,   Pun-day Sam  Roturiilna;:���������  fiOaveaCo'ihx. Sunday4pm  Limvl'H Uu1'),! mi inlay 6 pm  I.*}.***.*-* Niiiaitnu, Mtiulay niidiaht  [.Sutijtot io oh.tig* without i-o I.* 1  j; Fruit, Candy Cigars  :; Cigarettes & Tobacco.  J* l-tonora Ulock,  o   OUMBERrvAND, B,().  *<��������� .  i    ���������*  V<,*4>*>*>*+4)**><l.<>C>++4a>4><><>*>  KUPEUT LAND DISTRICT  District ai Rupert  TAKB NOI1CE th.t.l.miea Uradslmw,  of Euiijuria, Floriik, on:p*.iiitt*r, iiitun.R  co apply for purmisaioii to purolm*.o thi  following dosonbed lnti('s:���������Co.nm.nc n������  ���������it a pool pluu'cd 2 mile-* \vv������i of tlio 6.E,  oonur oi Isoori.-n _4, towualiip 20, Ui.noo  i)-jrth40 clr.ius, tli> noo w������._jt 80 ohaiig,  tlience aouth 40 chains, thonco m.t 80  oltsitjQ tn pluci*- of uoBurii/iienint-u., con-  laininK 820  iiort*o more or Iouh.  Soribed on post J Hi M.E. oonur,  J,_MKS hlUDRHiW,  baa (Jlnrlt, ayoni.  Dnted Dvocraber 10th, 1010.  RUPKUT LANDDUTUIGT  Distriot i f Ilnporfc.  TAXI. NOTIOK tint Oliarlen Judiion  Miner, ti U.neHoo, N.Y., ietradfaini>  ������i'i-"tends to npply tor poctn'OHluu to  puiu.s, o ths followiujf diii*iilui(l Inudf;  Ojin.i-a cUti nt a pout plautod 2 uii'ai  west oi ths SE toi'uer of SeotlimW, Town  ship20, (hence nort'i 80 obiis, thouoo  tasn 80 clmio-4, tli. nca nouth 80 olmins,  thtnoo wb. t SO ohainH, to plaos of o uiim-  a.com.nt, ointaitdnv-OlOsort-i, moro or  l������"s. 'Cjjaui.m Jddson Minri  Sor bnd on post OJM'i' fc*VV ouriior  I Un Clai'K, A^ont,  Doled Deo mber It) li, HHt>  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  Diatriot of Rupert  TAKE notice that Richmond  Charles BUh of Vancouver, B.C.,'  Broker intends to appl}' f<>r per  mission to puroha.e the following  described landi<:��������� Commencing'nt  a post phmted at \   post   butween  Se-tiin 18k, Township.9, and Section 13, Township 20, thence -weHt 40  chnin*..  thence   pouth   40  chninB,  tlu-nce west 40 chains, thenc* aouth  80 chains; thence east  40   chaina,  thence north 40 chain.;, ihence ea*t  40 chain*-, theuce.north SOcliains to  pmce of conimencement, conuiuing  640 i-ores oioro or lest:       *   ,  Scribed on po������t RCB'<i N E cor.  Richmond Chaiuks Bibs.1  Dan Clark, agent.  Diled December 19th, 1910,  R U P KRT L A ND   DISTR LCT ,  Diatnct of Ruqeit  TAKE noi ice that Delia Brooks,,  of Vancouver, B. C, ft'arri*d  woman, intondu to upp'y for permission to purchase tbe followinjj  deKCiibed hinds:���������Com'mencing at  -l-iiSl-plaiited-aUlhe���������northwest-corner of Section 30, Township 9.  thence e*st 80-ehuio9, thence south  SO chaini-, thance west ^-Q ch������inn,  thenco north 80 chains to pluce of  com.-neiicetnent, containing 640  acres more or lees.  Scribed.on Po.-.l D.- BV N. W  cor.  DELLA BltOOKS,  Dan Clark,-Aftcnt.  D������t<*d December 17th, 1910.  RUPKUT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE NOTIOK tbnt Edward Dyltf.  of l.ii)Kliiiw_oi). NY. coichoiun.inioi.dB to  upply for p. rinisBiou to jmronake the fol-  lown<K dusodhod lunds:���������Cummouomnu nt  a p fit pliinu-d 2 milo-i wn-b of tho  soutli (.ant unruor of -tio.inn 24, Towuship  2D, henoj Wiii.t 80'cliiiiiib, ih-.no- south  HOchiiia-i, th-iioi. eiH. 80 ohmnr, tntliiro  north 80 clu'iiiH lu jil'ioa of onnnnHuSouiunt,  tioutaioitu C4U dornrt, uior. or l.s<,  S(3riL*ed on post EDV N.K, oornnr.  Kl-WAKI. Dykic,  Dnn Clark, Agont.  DaUd DB.onlwlOLh, 1910.  RUPKRT LAND UKI'lUCr  Di*.riot .i Rupert.  TAKK NOTICK tint Thomas Prsd .riok  Taskor, of VancouviT, H.C, lelograph  opiTitsiJuttitdt to apply lor po-mli-  pi.iii to (mrohuyo thu l'ulu.wing dvKoiibod  lands:- Orai-ioncing nt. u pout pluntiid Rt  tho nonh we������t oornnr of S cion IH, Town  nhip I) thunuu nouth 80 chairiH, tlmnte  oast tfO .li-in", thouoo norh UD ehuinH,  tlmi-co wont 80 bhiiinii to pure of oo*n-  moucomont, cr.utimii.ig OiJ Hwros, in ore  01*  ]������HB.  Soribed on po������t TFT'fc N.W  e>raor,  Thomas FuniixmcK 'I'abkkh,  Dun C/lltrlf, AgOlll.  I>������t-dl)������(0iiilur19tli, 1010  JOHN McLEODS  P'OR P]l{8T.(5I.AHH.  CANDY, KHUl'JH  OKMItfl k TOIUCCCS  NOTIOK Is hnrtby islvs.lt thst on ths llr. t  Any ol iKiownbrr nrxt spphosiion -will 1������r  mails to tha Siipsrlntso.lsnt nf Prorinrisl  Polies. Victoria, for th������ rsnasrnl of the ho-  tsl licarsn tn s������ll lujoorsbyretsil in Ihs  hots] known as ths Port Anguita hitst, sit  uat������������d at Co-iini, B.C. J. IJ Ilou-Ks.  Doted October 11,1M0,  NOl'K.I] is hrrohy given that on the flrnt  dty of t),con.lirr nr at application wilt Im  inadt to tlm 8u|i.iriuunt..iit nf Pr.wii.uial  PoIil'i-, Viotmia, fur ths rcnsM-al of the liu-  tul licm.is to sail liquors by retail in ths  Hon I Wnown a������ Uis Lnru* hot-*), tltnattd st  ������W >C, Jt.f lORKKCR M Cutn,  DfUnUcmftfi 11, 1'JlU.  .IUFW*TIjANI>1>IHTI.I0T  Distridl. nf ltii|irit.  TAKE NOTlCl') t-iHt- iitntio Cirtus L*  rooqno Milhr, of Viinonuvr, U.O., tnaiih-  anlnal oiuinser, inte dn m upply for prmia  uiim to puio'ioHft ihu f.illowi <n dei-onbod  In'ndsi���������Ooiiimiihci-K ai ������ p tat planted on������  mil* enst of the ��������� orth ��������� imt corner ot Sfot-  iim 18, Towinhip t), thence oiitt 80 obalii.,  hsuou nor li 40 oil iun, the o������  \x i <t  8u  L'hainsi tlieoco biuulv *IC) vh������hmt������������ place  of (.uiiinioicenitnii cnitiUhiiiK S'20 torus,  iiio-o or Uh*.*,  HoriDoil o,i noHt OOl.M's HW oorhcr.  Ukomoi. Onvi'UH Lak���������.cynic Mii-j.i'.jj,  D.111 Curl., Ai,did.  Dnt-.il DH.omlwrgtith, 1010  '_  nniMrn'r1 tx\r\\ "T���������.������w"pt,!'1'^,  i. \,  *   tf .,   *      If. , . I  ,���������'     *��������� f. . X   .. i. ^     *.   ,. -���������  "Dintticl oi Rupert,  TAKK notice Unit Hurry PrttUui  Arohibnld of Vitncouv������*r, ft C, on*  ,.* , . r,f.f     I -, I n ,*, /In   ������ ,,   to.   .   1 .-   t.. w       ,  f t,, I *,-  *-""!   *'1""*'*     "   "I'I*.    *-"    1*     '*'"'  (lion to piirolimo the following; du  soribed lniidir,���������Conmicitioing nt  ���������������  pou; pluiitotl 4 chi\i:iH north of IS M  UflRou'rf Hottthweat, corner,  tlionci?  north 40 chain**, th.u*'������   w������������U   4fl  cha'nn,   thonco  iouth   40 chnin-*.  thonco eart 40 ������'h������lns to   place  <>���������  comini'tticnifiii.    oon'.ainiii!.   !HIO  Mcrei, mor or lo������n.  Scribed on \x<m H.P.A.V-B.K tor  Ha nny P.-rrr-rv .Siirinnxin.  Din Chuk. ajdtnt.  Dated Uoj   UU,, UHO.  (SooVs Cotton Koct Coiripojutd  Thi ffreftt Ulorlno Topic, nud  -*ly  unto -.m_i.ti.iol Monthly  icKulntof on vrhlclt v. cmoti mo  '   ~ '"   t.lrre<  10 tfi-imipii Htronffor.pt Kp.lil  * bi"~  *op������������d.���������-' abld'In Hrrea'd  ojt _tioii(rtb���������N������. 1,  . RUPERT LAND Dl^.Ti..!.'-.  Dinric. ,������f Bupo't  TAKE ne'*,-.. il-14 L\( :>.-\.i .r������n-ici.  Task*.-'������.f Vancm'.r, a. O,   cc*..--  patic-n Kxpre1*.- Man.gfrinwndaii  to app.y fnf perm'-fl. ion to pu.e.u.s.  ihe   idhnMiiy   de.-ciil.cd   lanHi;-���������  .Comnieuci. g   at   a   ptst   pUnwii  about 110 fh*'ni������ ;v������������ of tha  ������'*uih  raat corn*    of Section  24,  Town-  ������hip2l,   iho o*   wc.il   80   chains,  thnrice rou-li {<() chainr, thence un.it  80 cbiiim*, ino;ce nortii   80  cTiain..  to p nee   .f  c.'iiii>-ii-*nc������inj������ni,   con-  tainiij{<.40������cr*s more or Un*.  Sc.ibed i.n (.ost NiB\I T'a-N.ii.'  Bexktram Jamks Ta-kkr,   ,  Dan Clark, agent  Dniod Dacetnher 14th, 1910.  61  RUPERT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert  TAKE notice that Margutrite  Leitch nf Vanoouvor, B.C., ocow*  patiun Saleslady, intends to apply-  for pwinieaion to purchase the following described lands:���������  Cumuoencinn at a post planJeil;  at the nnrth <_a?t eorner of Seouon ���������  34, Township 20, thence west jjO  chains,   thence   south 80 chain.,  thenoeoaft. 80 uhai&v, ihence nortl).  SO ohaihs^to  place of comn_.er.es-  merit, contaiwing 640 acres, rnoi.--  or leas,  ,  Scribed Jn poet, M.L.'s If. E.cor,  Margukrite lbitch>  Dun. Clark, Ag������nt.  D������ted Decemhnr ICth, 1910.'    t  **���������***+ w i m __j.^������_������������_- am rem am am m m ���������*������ ___n__. s������ saw��������� ������_sss_s_w  RUPERT LAND  DISTRICT"  District of Rupert  TAKE nqtice that JEdna- Fiab.r  Spencer of Altmed.n, Ch]., married  woman, intends to ajiply for pur-  rcijftion to purohaso tho f*Uov/ins  described l������nda:���������  Cornbencinjif at a post planUl  at the sooth weatcernpr of Section-  2 Township 21, thence east 80-  chains, th#nce north 80,cheiii������,  thence wesi 80 chains, ihor,ce������ouili*,  80 chains to place of commencement, containing (140 acres more or  less.    '    '     ...  Scribed on jteet K.F.F.'o 3 W.crr..  ���������Kdna'^ishbr Spknceb   '  ���������'^ .--Dan Clerk, Agent.-,  D������_ted_D_ecem1)erV I6th, ,1910 ___L-_  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKK notiei* that Hfiidfe Ashby  of Varicoiuer, B,C , married wonjua-  intends to apply ior, pn minion to-  purchane the   following de������onb-d',  land?:���������  Commencin g u t a post pit\ n 'o*.,  at tho south eeei corner of Section  3, Township 21, ihence nofl-.li !f0  ohaios, thence vrest 80 'chnj^,  thenoee, south 80 chains, theiiro  east 80 chains tiv plaoe nf c&m-  mendement, containing. 640 acres  more or lesa  Scribed on povt, Jl A.'a S.E. nnt,  Haidkb Abkby  Dun Clark, AgftiU.  D*<ted December 16th, 1910.  RUPERT T.AK'D DI3TRIOX  Distriot of Ruport.  TAKE NOTIOB thot Wilis* Sheppwrf,  of Vunooun-r, B.C. tnsrrfsd wothtn In.  toods to aapl*. for perwissioo tn Vurthr.n*  (ke tollowlu*sr d'seribed lan-isi���������Oommwi  o nc ac a pent alnntsil a. the south sub  ei.rmr of Siolion 24, Township 91, .h*tM  north 80 ohnins, tbonos w������pt 80 *iha\n.  thenou sou Mi 80 ohnins, thenoo oast m  o!wiim to place ef tommuionoomsHt, aim-  etxb in. 040 acres, rear* nr lags,  Ho-ibtdua puntLS's 8,K, corasr-  liiuiUK Suiri'/Jtn.  >      Dan Clark, A������eut,  Dnti-d Deetmber IStb, 1910.  I.K.  mr.simclal.cuass, 56 por oft  BoVl t'jr m (1-Uflffft.to, or i*  pit'palil  on roaclpt ot prU  /     ^V4.     Ifrwpamimtot. Auiinss  9MNICIi0WlOOuTDni)NTO,IJIIT. ttwimklWi  "3  0  0  u  m  J_  ml  Dl  .<���������  o  O  fmmt  CO  - ������3  r-ff-t  c  ,      <m  V)  I mm  Ui  'SI  C      tn  ts  r  I  4-  c  6  C  CD  ___  c  o  U  V  +_l  rt  ���������'/.  ..W  **M'm*a  ci  <u  r/.  C/3  <  tti  u  d  u  O  ''RUPKRTI.AKDDISTRICT *  Diatriot of Ru port.  TAKB NOTICE tlmt Williaui Wndwlia  Sltappai'd, if   Vtncouvor.    B, C,   eil<.  hietmaker, iniflnd* t> apply for permit-  siou t'������ puroVwiH't Oib followiotf ilnwrilifd  Ut.il.i-Comn.-nuoidR at a pout planted on  milu west of t|ii loutlinast corner ei Um*  tion St, TewMdiip 21.   thonoe borlh 80  ohi ins, tlmnoA ft'it   .0 uhaiusi   Uu.'co  ���������oii'h80olini*:H, thonci uusi, 60 ohsina le  pi ino of oomui.iiooi-soo., oontainiug tAO  iioros, moro * i* .0 ������- *  Hiiribedo   p.n W.V 8'������ S,3, curi-iil,  VifUiUM W .nw.-fj flitRi'i-*A������n,  Dim OliM'!������, A|..������������t.������  Dated Peetmlter 13tli, 19J0.  RUPKRT LAND DISTRICT  DishHotRupen.  TAKK NOTICE that Willium Knurl.  riok Taikor, o������ VMieotivm-1U\ ni.������n..-a-"..t  ern mient, intends ti'flpply 'oi I'liimi t'-n  tn purcl-M-vilttiMlt.wing (l.nnribsit I Aril :  i'i.w ��������� "Clu^ (it   n   -prnt   >\tf-**liil nVci'll V  mile ��������� hH of tliu nnrihwiateornsr of tin*  ttou la. Towns ip vi, -tuneer.RtbOcl.niiia  t niKii >nu'.H80 iJhIih, tll*-nc>* wrt 80  rlinln". hates nfir h Wt eh*\ a '���������> phemt  (viniBie������in. mmt, ouitainlng (M0 snrv  mnr������������ <*r i������as.  Hcri fil .<* po-t WKT's N.W. nnwr,  U ii.i.uh KtsH-pmcu: Taskk������,  Dan Clark, Agont,  IM-J I������ on M-ar ID li, I010,  itui'i rt lamm* mat  Distdouf Rufert.  TAKK KOTICK tlmt Issbella Monk-  ������nn ������, uf Vancouver, Jl. O.. nli a  ol 'Ic. Iti'enil-i in apply f.<r p������rniUsl������-i t������  iiroli.isK >\i* follow i'i. ���������'���������mi-ill'<l it.il i���������  i ������ii.ini-tiuina ������t a p st phm-a. t a* I.��������� i .r b  +e* rr.n*r if f*#tt n .",", Tow hi >>������,  Mi" (A������i.),tb 80 oi .ind the ��������������� out rt*.'*  I'hdn-'tbMO' t*"������l'i -HO ufnui Ui.r.rt  we .1 HI) h ii a, i*> ulaos &i ^,-*nv. n ���������  me I, um tiitt(iit(I4'-u-j������#ft������ii* ������ :���������*���������;���������-.  btnli il *������i t*"*t fl'.'* N   V\. .ml.U,  laAfiwixa Mitv-'iicriK,  Dun ������1wrk, AgsiL  I) t.,ll).iv.*br tUtia.  1'iiU. "  4-MH-VhlW* * I-W-H-W-I-HI THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  DAUGHTER  Find Help in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound  Winchester, Ind. ��������� "Four doctors  told mo that they could never make  me regular, -and  that I would eventually have dropsy.  1 would bloat, and  sufrerfroni bearing-  down pains, cramps  and chills, and I  could not sloop  nights. My mother  wrote to Mrs. rink-  ham for advice, and  I began to take  LydiaE.Pinkham's    Vegetable  Com-  pound. After taking one and one-  half bottles of the Compound, I am all  right again, and I recommend it to  every suffering woman."���������Mas. May  Deal, Winchester, Ind.  Hundreds of such letters from girls  and mothers expressing their gratitude  for what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has accomplished for  them have been received by The Lydia  E. PinkhamMedicine Company, Lynn,  Mass. .  Girls who are troubled with painful  or irregular periods, backache, headache, dragging-down sensations, fainting spells or indigestion, should take  immediate action to ward off the serious consequences and be restored to  health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Thousands havo been  restored to health by its uso.  If you would like special advice  about your case write a confidential * letter to Mrs. Pinkham, at  Lynn, Mass. Her advice in free,  aiid always helpful.  His Love  "Come here. Tommy," said the visitor: "tell ine whom you love best���������  papa, mamma, little brother *or grandpa?"  "Christmas pudding," said Tommy.  PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS  -Your���������druggist-.will_-ref und~money���������it  PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any  case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or  Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days.   50c.  Some people imagine they arc good  because they are harmless.  In cleaning painted woodwork it is  far better to use a strong kerosene  water than any kind of soap.  Shibhb Gum  auloldy ataaa coughs, emaa ������������������Wa, haato  &��������� tkroat amt\ Inaga. ���������   ���������   ���������  8* aamta.  Seven hundred * and sixty-throe  yards of the telephone wires, between  the Quirinal and royal castle of  Castcl ..orziano, Italy, wore stolen recently. The King will he unable to  go shooting at Onstcl Boiv.iano, iih  police surveillance is impossible until  the teluphono line is repaired.  llcl-iu^, Luiluiig, blue dl_Jg,  scaly and crusted eczemas,  tetters, rashes and other  torturing and disfiguring  humors thst destroj* sleep  and make life a nightmare  of physical and mental  Buffering speedily yield to  (uticura.  Soap and Ointment  No Mrtrr rmteirn tnt (ikln en if wnlp n-.  tpttmf and Kimi-mlcal. A Hf.*.!* f*_������ i>[ Cul-  fii.afki_p uid bos ol Outletim Ointment _r.  eiun tnttielaat. Hold ihrous&out the wort J.  tlrtnf In Vnit-r r������r������if A f%*m Oirp. Ti-.������f,in.  U8.A. .... 33-pMf booi, w> tuULwity uu xiialr  mtaX ot a.in sad sealp dlscsats.  W. N. U., No. m.  IN BRITISH HOUSE.  Quito a  Fow Canadians Elected  and  But Three Defeated.  The number of. Canadians who were  candidates for election to the British  House of Commons in the recent campaign wad'surprisingly large. And ot  them all it would seem that but'three  met with defeat���������Mr. * Bonar Law, Dr  J. E. Molson,' and Captain Duncan  Campbell, an' old Trinity University  man "of Toronto, who contested a  Scotch division for the Unionists. In  fact, these three Canadians who met  with defeat, wore Unionists. Dr. Molson lias been twice benten in Northeast Bethnal Green, and this i_ Cap-  'tain Campbell's second.*.defeat.  " Sir .Gilbert Parker, Unionist, was  re-elected  for Gravesend.   . * ."  Mr.    Donald   McAllister,    Unionist,  was    returned    unopposed    lor    the  Chertsey  division ol  Surrey.  .*. Mr.   \V.  M.  Aitkin,   Unionist,   won  Ashton-Under-Lyne, for his party.  Mr. J. Allen Baker, Liberal, was reelected in East Finsbury.  Mr. Joseph Martin, Liberal, was reelected in  East,St.  Pancras.  Mr. Hamar Greenwood, Liberal,  won Sunderland for his party.        j'  Dr. T. J.* Macnamara, Liberal, was  re-elected in North Camburweil..  Mr/Ian Malcolm, Unionist,; was re-,  elected for Croydon. He was born at,  Quebec.  Captain E. Knijht, Unionist, was  re-elected for Kidderminster, He  ranched for years in tho Northwest,  and married a Winnipeg girl.  In a number of public men who  hnve recently visited Canada, Canadians will take an interest. Mr. H.  Vivian, who lectured in Toronto and  other cities on town-planning, was defeated iu Birkenhead by his Unionist  opponent.  Sir Alfred Mond, Liberal, was reelected in Swansea.  Mr, T. P. O'Connor won, as usual,  in the Scotland division of Liverpool.  Sir \V. Priestley, a recent visitor to  this country, was re-elected as Liberal  member for East Bradford.  Mr, J. A. Colfax, Unionist, one of  our recent visitors, was defeated iu  Southwest Manchester.  The Hon. Rupert Guinness, Unionist, who had just made a tour of the  Dominion, was defeated at Shoreditch.  Sir Clement Keuloch-Cooke, another  recent visitor, was elected Unionist  member for Devonport.  Mr. A. D. Steel-Maitland, Umom-n,  who recently spent some time in Canada, was re-elected in East Birmingham.  -    Sir George Doughty, Unionist,  whe  addressed  the Canadian  Club  in To ,  -rontb-a- short-time- ago, -won-Grimsby.  for tho Unionists.  Major Norton Griffiths, who is settling Staffordshire people in the Canadian west, was re-elected as Unionist  member for Wednesbury.  Major E. F. Coates, M.P., a former  resident in Canada, was elected Unionist member for Lewisham.  Mr. L. S. Amery, Unionist, who has  traveled in Canada and married ������  Canadian girl, was defeated in Bow  and Bromley.  Marketing Eel Grass.  During the lust threo or four month?  several hundred tons of eel grns.  have been exported from Yarmouth,  Nova Scotia, to the United States,  where,is sells at $10 to $12 per ton,  while freight from Yarmouth to Boston is about $1 per ton..  Last year's crop is now about clean  ed up, but those engaged in gathering  and curing in this district have been  quite busy, The supply on hand is  cjrenlly larger than at tho same time  for a liko date for nny previous year.'  Two or threo gatherers of this grins.,  who appear tn monopolize the export  trade, buying up from the smaller  gatherers what thoy cure, have erected mammoth sheds and aro busy . tor-  ing it away. They report that the  market in tho United States is well  supplied at Ibis time, nnd that, with  tho exception of a few small lot.-1,  thoro will bo very little pxported-dur-  ing the coming year, nnd not a great  deal until lOliJ.  Jkistuii is n very largo buyer Iot this  grass, whero.it is used in building,  packing, cheap mattresses,and mixim;  with other fibres. Efforts hnve been  mndo, and nro btill being mado, lo  utilize tlie gniHR for rope, twine, rug,  and other iniiteriiils for which xiimI  and other grnssim are used, It i.  si mil. long, and of fine fibre, and it \*  suggesti-d Unit it mifjht he used to  advantage in pnpor-ninkinff, Hundred., ami thoiisniid.. of ions of it could  ho -secured near'Yarmouth.overy year,  just for the gathering, along the .oa-  shore,  More Deadly  Than the Plague  The common cold is held responsible  for a multitude of hu(nan ills'.  ���������=  Colds kill more people than plagues.  When hot avoided they can often bo  hurried from, the system, by keeping  the filtering and excretory organs  active. ".,.  Many write us that nothing helps  them so quickly get... rid of a cold  as' Dr. Chase's Kidney and Liver  Pills. This is because these pills act  directly on the liver, kidneys and bow-  els, and promptly'arouse thoir activity.  The poisonous matter which collects with every cold is quickly removed from the system before it has  time to cause troubio or give rise to  other derangements.  if misfortune in the form of a cold  should overtake you do not give it. a  chance to attack the lungs or settle  on the kidneys. Get rid of it quickly  by using Dr. Chaso's Kidney, and  Liver Pills.  Mr.'.J. H. Gibba'rd, ��������� Mission City,  B.C.,-writes:���������"We have used Dr.  Chase's Kidney and Liver Pills for  the last year, and think they are just  the thing'1 as a family medicine. My  wife had been sick for nearly two  years with torpid liver and kidney  complaint. Sometimes she was so bnd  she had to go to bed for two or three  weeks at a time, and' she suffered  dreadfully.  "Reading of Dr. Chase's Kidney  nnd Liver Pills, she decided to usi  them, and she has been improving  ever since. She is never sick a day  now, so we believe the cure permanent. I have been greatly benefitted  myself by this treatment for kidney  trouble." ���������-    -  Dr. A. W. Chase's Kidney and Liver Pills, one pill a dose, 25 cents a  box, at all dealers, or Edman3on,  Bates and Co., Toronto. To protect  vou against imitations the portrait  and signature of A. W. Chase, M.D.,  the famous Receipt Book author, are  on every box.  The man who sticks to the truth is  never regarded as a good conversationalist.  "When the Swallows"  When the swallows homeward fly,  When the roses scattered lie,  When from neither hill nor dell  Chants the silvery nightingale;  In these words my bleeding heart'  Would to thee its grief impart  When 1 thus my image lose,  Can I, ah, can I e'er know repose.  When   the   white   swan     southward  roves,  To seek at noon the ornnge groves/  When the red tints' of the west  Prove, the sun is gone to rest;  In these words my bleeding henrt  Would to thee its grief impart;  When I thus my image lose,  Cnn 1, ah, can I e'er know repose.  Hush, my heart, why thus complain,  Thou must, too, thy woes contain;  Though cm onrth no more we rove  Loudly breathing vows of love,  Though, my henrt must find relict  Yielding to theso words belief,  I shall see thy form again.  Though today we part again.  Shiloh's Cure  luiokly mtatm eonghs, our** golds, haala  faa  tkroat aad  lungn. ���������   ���������   .   88 aamta.  Young Lawyer���������This is but a rough  dr.'ft of my brief.  Old Lawyer���������Then it needs filing.  'Kind words never die.  few more are born.  See that a  Chile's 899 post offices serve about  3,500,000 persons.  startsIeTew  year_a_new man  QUEBEC _FARMER   TELLS WHAT  bo"6bvS KIDNEY  PILLS  DID FOR HIM -     -  Daniel Wilson's Houaa.  Dr. Dauiul Wilson, afterwards principal of the University of Toronto,  u .oil in oarlier days to livo near Lnu-  rintoii, in Scotland. One day Dr, John  lloddiii! (who Iiiim just written an auto-  biogmnhy) set out to find him. "Having," he anys, "uo clear idea of tho  Hituiition of tho house, 1 onterod St,  Mnrtfiiri.t'i* Lnno, which I concoivod  must lend in tho right direction, nnd,  mooting a gentleman just nbout to is-  hiio therefrom, asked whether he could  direct mo to Dr. Wilson's now houso.  Uu li.u-.-jd hind nl au- ami  iiHjuin.il;  " MV. vmi know Daniel Wilson?*  " '1 do.*  ���������"IntinmtelyP1  " 'Yes, intimately.'  " 'Then follow thia road til! you boo  il house that looks as if it belongs to  .'Ult.v.t    11 ili-VJii,   Uiim   tut.v   V. ul   uc   ll,       1  thanked him, and, following hi��������� advice, hnd no difllculty in identifying  tho hou.se. It had n window which  contained some tracery of a pattern  which I knew Wilson considered peculiarly ScottUh."  Seats For All.  The story of the wm>|. nt Ottawa  ci'iilri'-! about tho doing ol Ciipiuiii  Tom Wallace, tho Parliamentary  henvywdght on a Hunk htrret car.  Tom wn.. Hitting quite comfortably  \*atching tho brilliantly liuhti.il Mores  flash by, and dreaming uf hi., liul*.  rnnnrn) flnw, with Ihn liV'ro'wnti oil  lamp, away buck iu Woodhriclgo,' The  car was crowded, nnd ri woman with  threo children, and with her nrms fill.  ���������wl with Chri.tmnii pare.l.., entered.  Tom gallantly ro.o nnd accommodated tho newcomers with teats t  Minard's   Liniment  Cure   Diphtheria,  The Professor���������For a beginner you  are good. Where did you get .your  preliminary'training.  .Tones���������It's this way. My wife believes in woman's suffrage, and I  don't.  *^ssm  iMADCIMCAMADA  Is the Standard Article  READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY  For nu.k-.ig soap, softening waiter, removing old paint,  disinfecting sinks, closets, drains and for many oth������r j  purposes.   A can equals 20 lbs* SAL SODA*  Useful far 300 purposes���������Said EVar������a)tiar*.  E.W.On.-LETXCOMrANY LIMITED    , * TOnONTO, OUT. .  Not only are aluminum wires for the  transmission of electricity cheaper  than copper,' but they shed water  more readily and thus are less liable  to.damage by sleet storms.  Sometimes a man pays empty compliments when he is full.  Affection that you can't win with a  ton of renson you can buy with a  lump of sugar.  Self-control in a child begins exactly where parental discipline does,  consequently, there is no self-control  in children.  Sometimes the mortgage on a house  is too heavy for the foundation.  A woman always remembers how  foolish* she was when she was young,  a man never.  The Ray������ Lamp Is a high Krade lamp, told at ��������� low price.  There ������?��������� lampi that eoit mon, oat thai* ti an batter lamp made at any  prloe. Oeaitructed o* mild bran; nickel plated���������easUr kept clean: aa  ������rnam-������!_t to any room la any hove. There ts .nothing known to tbe art  cf lamp-making that ean add to the ratae of the RAYO ramp as a light-  fMng de-Hoe. Srerr dealer erer*.where. If not at*poire, writ* fords*  1 BOliptlTS oiicnla. to tne searent ���������."ano. nf  ������ The Imperial Oil Company, Limited.  -  Minard's Liniment Co., Limited.  ' Gentlemen,���������Last winter. I received  great benefit from the use of MINARD'S LINIMENT in a severe attack  of Ln Grippe and I have frequently  proved it to, be* very effective in cases  of Inflammation. Yours,  W. A. HUTCHINSON.  They   Fixed   up  his  Kidneys,    made  his  blood   pure,    and    made    him  feel young all over.  Franklin Centre, Que. (Special) .-  The only way to start the New Year  right is to- get the health right, and  Mr. William Gamble, a well known  farmer living near here is telling his  neighbors how- he got his hcaU*h'  right.  "I am a farmer sixty-seven years  of age," Mr. Gamble says, "and I  suffered with a weak back and stoppage of water off and on for ten years.  I used several boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills, and they made n new man  of me. Dodd's Kidney PillR are Uie  best medicine I hnve ever taken.  Dodd's Kidney Pills will made n  now man of you because they make  tlio Kidneys strong and healthy, and  nblo to do their work of' straining  nil the impurities out of tho hlood,  Pure blood means now lifo, It moans  good circulation nnd renewed strength  nnd energy all over the body.  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure nil forms  of Kidney disease, from Backache to  I-right's Disense ,nnd they aro also  doing a great work by giving renewed  health and energy to thousand* of  Cnnndinns who nro run down, tired  and generally feeling no good for an>-  thing. Stnrt the new yenr by Ion-  ing up the Kidneys with Dodd s Kidney Pills.   It will pny yo"*  "Wife nwny for her nerves, oh?"  "No; not her's-mino.'.'   ,  -London Bystander.  Touriats spend $.10,000,000 annually  in Switzerland.   The Foe of lndltestlon.-*T.*������<H|MHtlon Is  a common allmont ami few, arc fron from  U. It Is i moHt distressing compalit  and olton tho H.il.erina attending It ;  most iovoro. Thn very bent remedy lfl  ParmoZ'n Quotable MIL takjm woord.  Ing to dlrPotloiiH. Thoy rootlfy tfin Ir.  regular notion of tho stomach and rostoro  By notion,    For   many   yonni   thoy  avo h������<n a Htanditrd romedy for dysj  pojiHliv and IndlMsttonand aro Highly  oBtoomod for tholr atialltlcH.  Vegetables will tnko longer lo cook,  hut bu niuoh nicer and of better color  if boiled uncovered,  Mlnnrd's  Llnlmont Cures Qargot  In  Cows  Not Privileged  "The country is going to the dogs."  "Perhaps   so���������but,   thev   aren't   th"  ones who do most of the growling."  Judge (to burglar on trial.���������-"Havc  you anything to sny, prisoner."  M-;Burglar���������"Yes, yonr honor.-   I wns  dlily actin' on me doctor's advice' to  .take somcthin' nfore goin' ter bed."���������  Boston Transcript.  Tlmo tries nil things nnd an THoUlo'i.  Antl-Oonsnmptivo Rvrnp has Rtood the  tost nt yonr1' tt now ranks or a loadinc  Bpcotflo in tho t.r<>nt.TTie*nt of all nllmontfl  of tho throat, and lnn-TH. It will soften  nnd f-mVidnn thn mont, ntubhorn oonprh hy  r-Mlevin? tho irritation nnd reBtore tho  nffootcd orotans to healthy conditions.  Oro will show its value. Try it and bo  oonvlnood of its ofllcaoy.  Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd.  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Concrete lasts,  not for years, but for ages; and needs no  repair.  Anyone who has scooped vegetables from  the old plank floor will appreciate the fact that  Concrete offers a smooth, continuous surface  with no projecting plank ends or nails to  damage the scoop or ruffle the temper of tlie  scooper.  You  tuiH .itnf  xoe a f������W  el "Win! thi  Pamir 0*a Da  With    Genente,"  IdtirtHt MltMUHIMMl '  CANADA  tr**** amikiian  %m*mmlM--tLH   1  CO.,  Limited  51.00 National Bank  Building,  MONTREAL  I '.*''-.,  (������������������*!���������  0  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  .v.  i  it  '���������_  l*V,  ...  ft  j  ������������������f'  i'i  !j  house which Is certainly three or four  miles from a lemon/and all that, represents. It waa a hot day: the maid waa  away, and my hostess and I had decided to lunch lightly and sufficiently  oft salad and bread and butter and  fruit, waiting for tho substantial meal  of the day until the evening, when the  man of the house would bring out a  basket of provisions and the mntd who  had been off on hor holiday. We had  turned In and done tho wonc of the  house early, .epread the table ln the  darkened dining room and then established ourselves In the breeziest corner  of the veranda with our magazines  and sewing, prepared for a restful, quiet  time. o  Uporj us then descended a large carriage, with a crew of four grown per-  eons, ono small child and one dog. They  were relatives who had chosen this day  to "drop ln and make us a little visit."  I had always had an affection and admiration for my hostess, but on that  day It rose until ,lt rlvale*" the climbing  mercury in the thermometer. She made  ,the guests welcome���������and ' I knew shB  didn't like them, tot they were "Inlaws'*   in  a   tlagrant  form���������aa  though  chalra with fans, directed the driver  where to put the horse, and then -left  me to do the entertaining while she  disappeared for a few minutes, to return with a bowl of Ice, bottlca of ginger ale and a plate of crackers for the  grown-ups and a glass of milk for the  small boy.  After wo had chatted for half an hour  she suggested a stroll about the place  for tho men and the boy, a rest in a  cool room for the two women. Once  they wore all disposed of, she beckoned me to follow her In her flight for  the pantry.  "Praise tho powers that thero Is  plenty of stuff ln cans!" she said, as  -she scanned the contents of the shelves.  ".'Jl have to make tbat take the place  of the delicatessen shop and the confectioner."  "You are a wonder!" I said. "If I  were in your place, I would feel  tempted to send them down to the  hotel,"  ' "Oh. we'll manage It some way," she  eaid.   "1 would do anything rather than  have guests-^-even the uninvited variety��������� feel unwelcome. Yet I. can find it  In my heart to wish they had sent me  "'Why didn't you tell us you had no maid?'"  .  .  I  r        '  I-'-  THERE-are two standpoints "from  which   to "* view . the' uninvited'  guest. "One Is that of the guest  herself, the1 other Is that'of the  hostess., It Is hard to say which Is the  more unpleasant.  Let me guard  this last statement*, a  littlo.   Even as I make it there comes  , up to me memories of certain  dearly  beloved  friends who -have blessed me  by voluntary visits; who have 'sent me  word   they   are   coming, .and- followed  the  announcement  in   person,   without  waiting for a reply:   Jusl Ave or six  times in my life this has happened, and  in each  case' the  guest  was   a   closo  friend or a member of my family���������one  of those who, as tlie saying runs, could  never come amiss.   Against this record  I could place'a,long Mat of those who  have .dropped down* upon me at incon^  venlent season*-),  In the midst of sickness, or housecleaning, when every cor-  ��������� ner wis filled  with  other guests  who  had been Invited, when I was planning  for special' company or to>un away for  > a little visit, or to go to, aome unusual  festivity, or* to do any one of a number  of other things at which the presence  of the uninvited guest was a drawback,  and sometimes a serious,annoyance  Not that the guest was undesirable be-'  ~m'u"seninlnvif^7"Ohly'iris"advIsable'to"  have  the time and the placo and the  loved ones all together, and -If one has  the loved ones without the time and the  place the combination is bound  to be  disastrous to some one." J  Which bring., me back to my original  remark���������that the position of either the  uninvited guest'or her hostess, or of  both;' can hardly escape being painful.  Perhaps the guest rather deserves it.  If she has ^ventured to take-the liberty  of coming without Invitation, especially  If she has presented herself without  warning, sh������. has.nb right to complain  If circumstances are not propitious, and  If' she has the sensation borne In upon  her that her thoughtlessness lias causod  Inconvenience. * On the. other hand, the  hostess must never emphasize the fact  that the unexpected company has given  her annoyance or Interfered with her  plans or put her out in.'any way. Bhe,  tlio Innocont one, must not only boor her  own burden of cure and discomfort, but  nlso assume that of the guest  and do  it with a.crrace which leaves no suspicion that it ls,a burden.   To do less is  to commit a sin against all the laws of  hospitality.  -Yet it, must be owned that there are  one end of the board, a bowl, of sliced  tomatoes and cucumbers with Preneli  dressing at the other; a dish of Saratoga chips, smoking hot; a plate of cold  tongue, and on the 6lde table preserves,  crackers and cream cheese. Thero was  a big pitcher of iced tea, nnd at each  place stood a bouillon cup of hot soup.  Not until after we had finished this did  tho hostess mention tho maid's absence,  nnd then only with a word of npoloicy  that -*-ho must rise and remove tho cups  herself.  "Why didn't you tell us you had no  maid?" protested one or the guests.  "Wo would nol have thought of staying."  "Then you would have deprived me of  your visit," answered the hoste.***.. gently.  "It' Is too much plensuie for me to have  my friends at my table for me willingly  to let them escape!"  They stayed until 5 o'clock, and when  they had gone we washed the dishes.  "I hope they had a good time," sho  eaid, as she put the lost plate on tho  shelf.  "My dear." I said, "you were perfect!'  The only criticism I have to make is  that you gave them such a good time  they will be sure to come again, and  thev will never' think.it necessary to  send word they are coming!"  Still, If one looks at the matter from  the other side, it is not hard to imagine  how uncomfortable the guests could,  have beon made by any display of an-  novance, any Intimation that they were  causing inconvenience. The "day would  have been spoiled for them, and every  menUon of their hostess' name ln future  would have brought to their minds a  sense of di.comfort "in the memory of  her ungraciousness. Instead of that,  they had an object lesson" in' beautiful  hospitality, and���������let us hope���������learned  the desirability of a little more consideration In future.  There is absolutely no excuse for paying an unheralded visit, unless an automobile breaks down and dumps you-  helpless at the doer. In these days of  r_nJd transit, of telegraphs and telephones and quick mails and rural free  deliveries It should always be possible  to send_some wjrd in advance of your  propo*"**d arrival. If the word fails to  carry, if you descend upon your friend  before she has learnt you.wore expected, it. Ih your duty to atono1 for the  discomfort you have unintentionally"  causes] by being as c Uttle trduble aa  >>o������.slbie and showing your appreciation  of her efforts to put you at your ease.  it" Is hard, enoui.. upon tha unannounced nuwt, whether the failure to  send word is a fault or a mistake; It Is  harder still for the uninvited of self-  invited guest who Is made .o feel unwelcome, bui for my own part 1 believe  it Is hardest of mil upon tho hostess.  The others oan express* their regrets and  give vent to their discomfort in npolo-  ������!<.-.. She has to hold hor peace except  from good words, to endeavor to conceal any Irritation and to struggle to  be cordial and hoapltable without  actually perjuring her������lf. Her courso  Is made easier for her If, like my friend  of whom I have spoken, -she possesses  the materials to feed her guests and to  prepare an attractive meal for them  when taken by surprise.  An emergency pantry Is a boon to the  housekeeper when accidents happen in  tho kitchen and sbo%_s obliged ,to supplement domestic shortcomings from her  reserve stock. It Is even moro than this  when ������he has only a sufficient fiuim.1v  for a small family and the uninvfteo  guest appears.  "Two ministers came to suppsr uncx.  pectedly last Sunday night," a clergyman's wife told me the other day.  "There wero only three of us at home,  ar-1 I had only enough cold meat and  salad nnd cal;e for ourselves. Thoso  parson*.- were the hungry kind, too."  "What did you do?" I asked, with  some curiosity.  ��������� "Thev got there at half-past 6, Just  before we went ln to,the table, and I  told them we wouldn't have supper  until 7. Then I rushed Into the kitchen  'and opened a can of shrimps and did  them some shrimp and tomato salad,  with some- of my canned whole toma-  toes, and cut a plate of peanut butter  ���������sandwiches and heated some Saratoga  chlpe and got out an extra jar'of preserves and put on a plate of fancy;  crackers, and we had supper at 7, and  they never .suspected.,all that spread  hadn't been.meant Just for. the family.  I know tbey think Jim lives altogether  too well for a minister on a. small sal-  .ary."  times when it scorns as though the hostess had a little more������thnn she can bear.  I thought this a, year or bo ago, when  I was a1 guest���������who had como by Invitation.  I  hn6ton  to addl-et a country  taaeegfa  "Dropped down upon me in the midst of housecleaning."  word they were comlngl"  My part In the preparation waa limited to setting tho table.   Whon we sat  down   to   It   there    were   nappies    of  comfortable  thoy had been guests whom sho would  have chosen to honor.  Not a. word was said of the empty  larder or the absent muld. The hostess  established  tho .visitors in  creamed crab arranged in a plattor at  I. '*  IMPORTANT NOTICE  nEOAVatl of the en or mo ua  ' J< number of letters sent to  **���������-* the Exchange, 1 must ask  contributor* to limit their communication* to 100 ward*, except  in cases of formulae or roolpo*  which require greater ep&oe, I  want all mv eorreeponaontt to  have a ehoxoing in the Corner,  ��������� and if mi/ reauett in thii respect  ia compiled with it will be poaal-  ble to iirint tnatij. more letter*.  ACORnF.8PONDF.NT Is generouBly  Indignant with n critic,- whom sho  bollovog to bo 'n woman, for com-  pliilnlny of tho time which olupaod  beforo  "hor"  article appourod in  tlio  Exchange  It Ih but fnir to miy thut tho  nforeaold complainant wns a munculliio .  -mombor of tho big family ho ropro-  aoritod,   Tho liiipit'Hsloii that mon nro, ,  an a rulo, loss querulous thon', women  mny huvo led to tho mlnupprohon_loii,  .It. has booir uwiorteil--anil with hoiiio  * truth���������that a iimn deals a blow with tho  j lint  (figuratively),   whereas  a  woman  uhoh hor nails,   Tlio fretful tono of our  brother moved my champion to pratoai.  That portion ofhor .lottor Ih too personal for publication, but I'cun none tho  loss grateful for hor advocacy of my  liumblo golf and for what sho tollii mo  of tho placo tho Exchange has In hor  family.  Now, [������lio goes <m), mny I contribute  anmothlni. for the genoral tfood In tha form  ot u rcclpo of my vury own for  Never-]-aljlng Onke  Threo tablespoonfuls of butter, 1 cup  of lunar, l cun of milk, t eggs (whites  nnd yolk* benton separately), il cnn* nf  j.-ui, . .nn tuuspuuiiiuin ui tmmuti powder, flavoring In tnate.  Ci-ium &Uf,ur tnul bullet ii**-.'.*, ui,J (ohi  In  tho  atllifoned  whlto* thn  last thing,  (lake In it quick "Yin from fifteen .to  wonty mlmitci. Thii makes two nlco  ft T<! *,  Whim cooky reoltiei *.������ published,  plenso toll how Ioiik thoy ihoulif lio  linked, mul whether in n mow or a quldc  oven,    ll  li ������ great help tn a novice* lo  jMbv'li     \l.\t-.      i    uv.t     iv.tR.    i'i    )ri-^iji_    t.ay  they   wiih   Imklntr   reclpea   wero   moro  I'lnllrlil, ,  In conclusion, let me, nainra you tbnt,  Ai  A body,   your c nnstltuents  niMirerlnto  ,   tha work  the Kschange Is doing. , Alio,  '   that  I,  for ono,  will  Alwayi  wnlt pa-  i . nlly for my turn. _���������   * _   .  It. n. fl. a,tin*'nwnr, PO.  Unlem ono con rIvo tho oxact degrco  of heat according to tho ovon tlior-  inonioter. ll In not practicable to HlaU*  tho premie .number of minute* reaulwi  for bntclnv nmnll cftken, And few ooolmi  hitvt. oven t.iu-im'mi'.-tM'N, Worui'vur, tlm  thlrkn.** of the cooky and tho den-  ���������Hv of iho doujrh him to do with tho  tlnia of baking,  Tho bent wo can do f*  to say "about ten" or it may bo "llftcen  minutes,'' Tho novice will soon learn to  Judge of the tlmo fnr hei������clf, and to  study tho moods and tenses of tiro and  oven.  Marriage Licenses  ��������� Kindly tell mo If ono mint tret a llconie  in   Mii__i._liuiif.tu  unit   In   Conii.ctl.ut  in  order to lio mnrrle-i leg-ally. .,      __  _,.  JM-IU'M.XJOD mrooklyn, N, V,).  A marrlogo lleonso lo rcciulrod in each  of tho stuicH named,  Some Small Cakes  Get from your houiufurnlilicr a blook of  seamnod (...ilitr nbout .by fl ��������� Incites acrou.  and an hum thick,.on whloh aio carvoil  .four ou.Ikiih of fruits, birdii nnd Uowori.  It Ih lonittwhat llkii n butter-mold. II epilo  Silj cents oml It will Imt a-lifetime. jl}uy.  nlno, a Un tube nliout a In.h.i Ion*. Mi. i������  . inrgo around hi h .quarter of u dollar, llili  ,  luliu outi eukui without wokio,  Nw, buy irom your iIi'iikkIkI " ������������ntr  worth of anlin ie.il unit tbo Mime of pul-  vurlKud oii'-ihimom wed, nnd tlm *nm. of  hnrtiliorn for bnlilnn uurpoiei, Clqvoi, nil-  iiiluo, imtm.K. plnucr iiml imioo uliouM bo  of tho licit at'tilhy. nml rroih.   .   ,  ���������   ,  An un. ort ment of tlio enkei I .hull ilo-  icrlbe, tint.fully nriatiKn.l, iiial.cn mi no-  vmitulile u trlilimm iih-h-'IU,  Tools and mnterl'tlii nt bnnil, wo will now  look nt the reeliioi for tlio "nmortment"  a.orrnUd,  ,    -Jumbles  Hnlf   pound ���������* ench   of   powdered   lugai'i;  butter nnd flour; s ew.i, well bontiuu flavor  to taMe.    Make Into a io.t douifb;.drop  ilium Iniltfri.il pitpor or upon buttered pan"  from a ipoon.   nuke In a modnrato oven,  Ginger Snaps  Braid n cupful of tnolniaei fthd stir Into  It  n,  tnlilc.poonful  of aodu,     Whllo   It , I  111 foaming nnd hot. pour It uiinn n w.ll-  pour It upon .. .....  - - of ������unnr and isxit  beaten mlxtura of a oupful.. .���������...   iind   a   Innlcipnonfiil   nf  powilei'ml   kIiikiu'.  Heat bnnl for 1 minute and itlr In a teble;  ��������� ipoonful rof( vinegar, .with flour for.n jioft  a'.fleet iiiii thnn half an Tiioh"thieli'. Cut  u'llb :i nbnrvi Vnlfi- Inl'. iitiltis iin 1'icb wine  nnd ������ Inchei inntt, \v* tetioy that Ihfy  tiiulo better when mido Into tliln ilinie <h .n  when round, ir you Ilka, you may idd  ������T������i'i1 co-coanut io lhe dough.  Jelly Mitef-roonu  Plft Ihrmmh a conrea ileva S pounilii of  rtalii eakerrumbi and 1 of fln������ etAl* bread-*  I fullilm.     rot  nir*  *i*\t  ���������������������������,,,   ,..">   *���������'  eoarie .ornmenl. Uent a emia lli*m  and ynlki lenarntely. Blip Into the . .  poun-iii of *nh -tr- iti������--<r. nnd 1 iea������*i>.iTiful  nf ml-ert rowdered mere, elove*. elnnamon  And al'arl'i*. Ml. erumba, enlrea. mircnr  nnil J.en-nfiila of lifted (Intir (nprether (rtrvt  until well liiemleil. (lien etlr In the volH of  1he r������*a, a cnpfiil of milaiiei and a tahle*  eponnfi'l (.wn). nt bablnir ao-la wet w'lh  eold watert laitly.enotiah .flourto mi.Ve eofj  d.*.|������������*h, ������tllern-.ielv wllh Ihf xfHTencil  vbliee, lloll with your bund' Itiio I>"I'i  fa large aa a walnut, maklna h iV������" d-*nt  in tbe ton nt tnth.   Wa������b n������*er -with raw  ��������� If!   Wlt.l   lull   UliMlv    lit   U'llll'il'li'-l   (mull,  K"t, Tlgbi alflu im. tn well-ir-MiieA nam:  rut a Ihlrd of a te*������rnnn'iil of Jeliv In  th* denl and baVe ������i ,wl>* in * Heht hrown.  Juit a line cf eamll-. n wllh thii flrnt l������at.h  Willi*!  Blip Into the ynlfta J  of recipes may not'be amlis:  Novor bnko calceu contnlnlng moluHMi on  a rulny dny,  Don't uao too much baklnir powdor.  If. W. (LouIhvIUo, Ky.).  If tho roclpes, which aro all we can  make room for today, seom a trlllo oc-  contrlq to readers as to mysolf, 1 add  thut thoy aro from a houuolceepor of  oxporlonco and lntolllgonco, Try Ihom  boforo passing an advurso Judgment,  Concerning Meats  I am Incloilnif two n.-clpci for ment cookery, warranted lubatantlal, palatable nnd  economical.  Muy i dlirrou to lay thnt If members  would recolleet thut one man's mint la  nnotbor mnn'H poison, thorn would Im lorn  ukciitlcUm shown In tlio in mi of ivomen who  feed large futiilllm well upon smnll liioomo.iT  , if Mrs. A llnda. that two qtinrt* uf milk ���������  Is enouuh for tbo dully supply of hur  family of ton, why should Mrs, ll scoff nnd  throw out hints or pmslmony, etc?  I nnd n quart ample for my family of  four. I do not stint In iho quality nnd  quuntlly of our rood, ami wo live com-  fortiibly upon Ion than 1100 per monih.  Bcofflteak Fudrllng  Una * pudding basin with suet' pnstryi  cut round steak .Into 2-lnch, cubes, Put  theso Into tho basin (or pudding dish), mason with snlt nnd pepper, fin tn tho top  with wuter tun) covui* with a mot pnitry  crust.  Tio. a floured cloth over nil; pliimio Into  a.iiot of boiling wnter and cook steadily tor  at least 9 hours,  Turn out of tho cloth and servo at once.  Potato Pio  ..lfi" ,n...* iJJ0|> W'P'nto -a pfMind of round  steak cut Into eubi.s an ineh squaie; add  * chopl'ml onioni sonsnn wllh jiepper and  salt! fill with water; cover closely nnd set  n the oven for a hours, Meanwhile, par-  Jl?.11 .".'i* ]W ,������>otftlpas.   tyhen the thnn Is  'i'i ,n.,*.<,���������..,*U! it}$", ,r2m ."��������������� ovens thicken  tbo irniv}* with browned flour; slice tbe  potatoes and lav on ton of the meat;  nnd return to llm iivon tn hi-ovvn. ll'lf  !Vr,_hS!!Inba^r,f_."orv.,.?'r* ,*l<������ !h������ dlstt from  ������P,lLw(lJ,Ln-!J  -I'**'���������."������ ���������* woll" eooked  nn   the   Inn   nr  i)i*>   Hniri*.     All   11,/,   ,���������!,.__  browiuiKS* will be lost. ' 3i  Yon mny, iryou like, omit u,e cruel.  Mrs, ,T. Jl. (nitawa, Ontario).  Your pie* may he made more savory  am! nourlahlnir it you will nutko a weak  alack by bollln������r n l(V-cont mnrmwlNino  Borne Ivours in wator,   coasoned   with  '-_"������������������-���������'__".���������-* _i"-:'-*- ������.���������������������������������������������, .t. .% tii-i  cold; skim off the fat and uao tho liquid  Inatoad of water (n tho.ploi, nit* or the  'morrow acnttored amonjr tho mwit rubog  will Improve the navor. I aliould thlckim  ���������he wavy n littlo with hrownwd flour boforo covering tho puddinir. You do not  ���������ny whether tbo hnsln is, to bo removed  from the puddlnr with tho oloth. Writo  again and let un know.  Preserving Figs  A reuii.-'-.l fiit* i*.cI|k_m for pulling up  CalirornlA friilli Ja armwerod In part by  the following!  I gladly pan on my ttetp* for tatrilea  figs, which hns beon In uso In my family  for several years.  Candled Figs  Wash the figs nnd plunge tbem Into hot  wntor, Bet tbem ovor the Uro und boll for  n few minutes, Tako them out with n. fork  nnd drnln In a colander, laying a plato ovor  them mul upon tho plate n flatlron' or  other heavy weight to squeeao out nil tho  moisture, whllo thoy are draining, mako a  rich syrup of n quart of Riaiiulntud . iwur  nnd a pint of wulor. Use Hugur nnil wuter  in these proportions, grading tho quantity  by thn number of 11 gi you wish to put up.  'nils Is onough for forty or fifty figs, When  ovory drop of wnter hm been - drained from  thu Hire, put them Into the bolting lyrup  und cook steiiillly until tho syrup hns almost boiled nwny. Add limn a heaping cupful of eiignr. Conk Iho Hgs In thin long  enough to muku sum It is dissolvud; ilrulu  ngiiln; spread lhe ilgs upon ln-oml Kninlic-  ware nlatteri or puns nnd dry In tho sunshine, . Turn them mnny times while tln-y  Uso an  nhimlmim  kettle  In  this  work,  nnd toward Uie doso of tlir    "  )r of nsbo.  'to  prevent   seorohlng  "Sho mfido tlio guests wolcomc."   ._.._  _.  .ho boiling down  put a, pleco of tin or of Asbestos under the  '--"- -....-..    W()   t|llllk  kottlo  things ��������������� ........ . ..   ..-.,_ ,.    .  less likely lo burn In un nhimlmim kettle  thnn In othor wure,  These figs nre ilvllelotii. nnd I hopn to  send you some when mine nro reiuly for  eating. _ My friends delight In them,  Mrs, W..W, P, (l^s Angeles, Cub).  The gift will ho moro weloomo, alnco  tho ilo-un Dkh wIiono Ki'owth 1 watched  with fond IntoroHt laMt HUinmoi* A'cro  caught by tlio frost boforo ripening.  The plants woro a prwient from a goutii-  orn frlond und throvo tlnoly In tho now  homo, liut tho nummer waa too short  for rlpenlnir,  Mushroom Catsup  l ovlsh to put up some mushroom cat-  iup. I hnve henrd much, of. It, but I  do not know  how  to  mnko It,   Cnn  I  got help from tho KxchatiKoT   , j, K. (Uluii Island, 111.).  Thia want I cnn eupply from my own  cookbook. .    ...      ,   ..���������  In "Common Sonao In tho Tlousoholil"  "f *\r,,i  n   lrlo-1 enA  itvn<- renin* fnr It an  fOllOWS! *.,*.��������� ,. ,  J..:i>' lu nn rnrlbr-nwnrr. j.rm .Ucrniitf*  Atrat'n of muHhroomn (pooled) and ealt,  nllowliiK to two qunru of iiiiisliiuuma  a rtunrtfr pound of unit. Leavo thmn  thus for six hours, thon hmuk Into bin*.  Cover and ������������t In a cuol placii for three  daya, Atirrlng from tho bottom dully,  fltrnln off the JuU**., then, premilnK hnr.l  lu (jet i:vt!ty tuoji. j ii ������ i|i4*n ul vn  Jutce allow % ounce of nllai'lcj) and the  aamn of ginger. H tooapomiful of inncii  nnd 1 teaspoonful nf cnyeiuif. pepper.  Pour Into a atono Jar with a eloso  rover and Mt In a pot of worm water  over the flre. nrlna to n Imt ������'������I Vi1'*  this up for Hvo hours. Htrnln off into  a porcelain kettle and b"U slowly half  nn hour longer, Let It stand, covered.  Mil  nlKhl to nettle nntl elenr.   KaeW off  farofully, not to disturb the. aodiment,  ond put inl" "������n������ll iMUUes, Dlllng tbom  to tho hrlm. Cork and dip tb������ e������rka In  liieiU'd roaln,  Hot In a box of anml, tho corks downward,  If Iho directions herewith transcribed  soem llko goInK through a ijnmt doal to  got very littlo, bo It rcmemhorod that.,  mushroom catsup In much oHtecmed nn  a condiment by oplouros. Mndo of wild  mushrooms, or of cultivated when thoy  oro at their clieupost, It Js not ho ex-  pi'iiAlve as inlujit bo supposod, it biint.H  hllfli prices In tho Hhops,  Pepperpot  Kindly snn.l   me the  recipe  for  pepper-  ?ui  il'liilnilolphla myle),    It  ts ImpusHililo  o get  II  hern,  A I'lllhAI.IiU.I'niA-J IN CIIIi-A(IO.  Onco upon a tlmo I emmyed to  aiiswor a Hliiilhir rmiuuHt, k'v'������������. what  had boon Hunt to mn um ii roolpo for  tlio "truo, old and tilml Plillnilolplita  liepuoipot," Thu ruin of IihiIkiiiiiIdii  that foil upon tny dovotod head from  thoao to tho niiinor horn wuh iih hot  uh tho dish wllh lhe ptiiiKont iiiuini.  I have loaniml dlsciotlon from oxporlonco. TIiIh Iniriit editor (IriHids a  second Hcnldluir. Ho, will thn.n who  lenlly hnve mado find oaten tho vorl-  tahlo pepperpol, nnd not a feroltcn  (and hiiHo) imitation, rnapond to tlio  lnmont of the oxllo and lot hint feuat  body and hoiiI upon remunihered Juyw?  Plilltidolplila elili-kntiH,* Phtlndelplila  terrapin. Philadelphia, ncrnnple, and  now i'lilhulolplili iicpiicrpot liold their  own though rulers eomo and go,  Sall-Hit'uig Bread  T   do   not   understand   whnl   "Tr ubled  Uoiisewlfi."  mrinn    Hh.> sui'uly must pin  ���������  yeast   Into  her   "snlt-rlslng   brend,"    Too  muo.t salt wiil keep nny dnugli.from rising.  <  i\il   .wi*.   ;.u������#  4   ,.^.������    ...������.,  _. y.,..,..   I.i,^.11  nm) my bread has never fnlle.I onee in all  Uinl ii���������.t, h.v.'v.'.. i.-i a.iiiri'nf ii-'tn' *x-  eerlenee wllh the old method of bread making It often failed. One thing thut helpa  ncioiint for Oils Is Unit the directions  i.Mc"*i o rne nltb tbr mixer tell ht.w to  gi'l  l������-e rloht  ren������l������tenev, ,   ,  Rxri-UuiNci-n iiochi-WIpi-; ivbiia.).  In reply m "Ti'miMcd lti.usewlfe" 1 send  e f..i.|Ti>. ...tli u-tiirii f l.evc iih.iiv* ii������*.n  vi-iy  aueei-sslnl,    IW-ie  it is:  Hifl Inlo a bowl H nf a etm of eorit-.  menl with a fl |h of a teaspoonful of so������ia.  I'uiir tifuin this b.illliig uiitir lu uhli-ii  p tntoes hnve bei-n ineki-.l,      .  I do this at noflij ������������f i'i������ "'ay More I  iwean to bake. This should be light the  following morning If Vi pt  warm Mil hot.  To make th������ anon***., I tnke a nl b.po-in-  fnl of lardt J tnbleitK.'.nfuls ������f sufmr, salt  and flour and mt In Uk* meal-ralsite jin.1  V(iiiu\ wiiKr, t\���������* *-ft'nK i * n'lU'tli'i i,r I r.-u-i  to l������������ iiiinlft. Wln-n Un* ilf.ugh I. light, J  make Into loaves nnd put Inlo llns. I/.t  li  rl������* diriln,   nnd  Inl'*-  Thls br.s.l mun Im Xnvt warm during  all   lli������   .incesa of  maki'tjr.  Mn. II, J  II. (Mill*. Pa.l.  Ilut In the cau������������ of honest InvexUra-  lion, may I nHk why thlg should bo  dubbed "������nlt-rlnliig bread"? Tn my np*>  nrohoiiHlon, It would appear that tho enlivening fifeont In tho mixture Is Bodn,  coinblned vylth tho hot potato wator. Tlio  two working toRothor ralHO tho dou������h,  Thero Ih no hint of hop >*oaHt In thin  coinpoiuid, and little la auld or ault. You  nay, "Two tablowpootiftils of HU������ar, nalt  nnil flour." Do you mean two of each or  that oimal quontltloa of all tho Innrcdl-  ont������ nantoil mnko up tho two't_.hlo������|.(.on������  fulB". I fancied, In tho firm rending of  tho ruclpo, that you meant to write  "onoh" after tho "tab)oni*oon.ulii," Vet  this, would hnvo boon a lur������o quantity  of. Hall even for "Hiill-rlHlnir broad,"  Thero Ih much a illffcrence of opinion  nmniig onr exporloiiecd hotiHowlvoH Willi  riwird lo thu pi-oiiur iiiiiiinor of mnkliiK  tho tlme-hoiiornd bread-ilimr lo tho  momnrlog of many n cltlnen of llolliuid  or of Heoli'h-lrlHli deaeoiit i*o.ililoiit- In  youth in. tho ponn������ylviinlii motiiitalnn  nnd the valley of Vlrglula-tliat I am  naturally anxious to get at tbo truth,  Whnt "nilnea" salt-rlalng breml, .lnce  ���������alt la mild lo chock for mutilation?  I Vor lh Keeping  Will ymi ne-*pt a fvw uetful scra]*s from  my budget T _,  PnrBley Salvo  The best salve I know of for all mnnner  of. suns, burns, etc. Put Into a num-epAn  n cupful of lard nnd a great Imriilfut of  ihdl.niil parsley, I .it them sliiiuu'r to-  Mil In i* until iho |.iti Mlt>> ts Uioruughly  cnnkril���������My for twenty minutes after thn  * -Iiiiiiht lnyliiM; m ru I ii through course  ���������eheeaenlolh and let It cool.  Keep eevered and In a cool plnco,   i.  Spnniah JbTult Puddliifr  -./,.. .t !...>.,,.,, u.'.i.'' Vt.i.'l iini.i. putt |.-i������'.',  Vlll Uie paste with a layer of iillr.-d  jiiiitli.n, one of slice.! oningis ihw-mii,  lastly, line of silred bananas, Htri'w euli  lUil l������ii _ly i-tilb tu_ur, io\ii Willi Ihjllt *  puff pii'ti* nnd b'ike to a di-H.'iile brown.  J,  V,   U,  |Ch|c_igo>,  A Nlpii'iiurr thut la nlu'Mys a cuiiriiiitee  lloili nf i'l'i* ecritpa -n\ i'eae:'vln������ of  nn hnnnruhlo placo In thu house.noil,im  ������l(iine*.lli' treasury.  Pomegranate Syrup  Kindly* give   m#  a  rerlpe  for   maklnar  annaiiue-ihat la, t?in������;*r_������nal* ivun.  W. C, I*. (Llndaay, Cal,).  AkhIii \ appe.il to ihu -.oinhV-ii.Li-rn  hntmemotherw for help. PomeBrnimtea  nre net known to tu except n* tinplcul  nml impurtrit frnU. Ami wbi-ii liny up-  pear In our, markcta thoy nm Um eoatly  to 1������������ con'.erted Into a conaetvo or  *������yruft .���������  mam mm. a a am  THE FURNITURE STORE  SPECIAL SALE!  OF  Linoleums and -Cabpet Squares  during the month oP February,  Inlaid Linoleums, regular price $x.to. now   85C a square yard  Printed l.inokmns, regular 65c, now 50C.  a  sq.   yd,  20 Carpef squares, ranging fiom ������10 to $30 each at  20  per cent discount.  Lace Curtains at bargain prices.  A Full Stock of all kinds of Furniture  Bought FIVE YEARS AGO in the Divisional toivns  of Edmonton, Calgary, Swift Current. Moose Jaw and  Regina, on the Canadian Pacific Railway, are TODAY  A. MoKINNON  MelMiee Rlook, Cumberland, B. G.  Ms_o_u___k  The holders of property under  agreement to purchase cannot  vote at the forthcoming election  for uisyor and aldermen even if  Ihey pay the taxes on the property, is the opinion of the city  solicitor given at a meeting of  the Victoria city council. They  cannot even vote as householders.  The solicitor stated that where.a  man, under agreement oE sale is  paying the taxes on tlie property  he is not entitled to pay, nor is  the city entitled lo receive, the  road tax. But by virtue of his  holding under an agreement of  sale he cannot vote as a property  owner as only the registered own  er of the land is twilled to vote.  This registered owners' list will  be made up as of January 12.  Alderman Lanjiley pointed out  that the preparation of the propel ty owners' list is now under  way and he believed there would  he a large number of names of  dead persons on the list, as in a  number of instances the registered owners have died and no  -change -in-the-reco-ds-has-as-yet  beeu made.���������Colonist  City Council  Comox District Basketball League.  Although a late s4art was made  at this game a basketball league  has beeu commenced iu the district under the name of the Comox District Basket-ball League, jor*  The City Council met in regular session on Mondav evening  all the aldermen and mayor being present.  The minutes of previous meeting were read and adopted.  Communication was received  from Joe Potter aud Mr. Elliott,  objecting to tax on pool tables as  being excessive, aud asked that  same be reduced to $10 a year  instead of $10 for each table.  Tlie clerk was instructed to notify  the parties that according to Jthe  by-law no change can be made  at present.  Victor Bonora iu a communication.asked that the License Act  be ameu'led that he might make  application to the license com-,  missiouers to have his wholesale-  license changed to a retail license,  and if such were done he would  convert liis premises' into a first-  class hotel with full complement  of furnished rooms. On motion  the communication was laid on  the table until next night ot  meeting.  The matter of a sewerage system  for the city was on motion left in  the hands of the board of Works  for report as soon as possible.  It was moved by Aid, Stewart,  seconded by Aid Parnham.   that  city police act. as sanitary inspect  Carried.  The same profitable investment, is offered you TODAY  by buying one or more centrally located lots in the  Grand Trunk Pacific Divisional towns of WATROUS,  MELVILLE     WAIN WRIGHT, , BIGGAR    and  TOFIELD.  $10 Down and $10 per month  secures you a $100 lot in auy  one  of these rapidly growing  townst  It will more than repay you to investigate this matter  with MESSRS. FORDE & HILL,  at the Cumberland Hotel,.  a������sx9������������$������������������������������^^ ;  ������  S. I^AKA, PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits Made  v.o ^rder  ���������from $20 to $35    AU Work First Class  with   Courtenay, Union Bay and  Cumberland clubs entered.  A series of six games will be  played���������three at Courtenay and  three at Union Bay, of which the  first will be at Courtenay ou  Thuvsdav next bet-ween Cumber  land and Courtenay. Owing to  Cumberland not having a suitable  hall in which to play they will  The nlayor suggested that the  council accept City Solicitor liar  rison's generous offer to rennange  city by-laws free of charge. The  matter was deferred until copies  of by-laws had beeu received from  outside sources.  The mayor aud city clerk wero  empowered to sign all cheques  and arrange for an overdraft at  use the halls at Courtenay  and,the Royal Bank.  The following is a  the   g,tines to  he  Union Bay.  schedule   of  played:������������������  March 2���������Courtenay vs. Cumber  land, at Courtenay.'  '*   8���������Union Bay vs. Cumber  land at Union Bay.  ���������' is���������Union'Hay vs. Court-  entiy at Courtenay.  ������ 22���������Cumberland vs. Court,  enay at Union Bay.  41 29 ���������Union Uuy vs. Cumberland nt Courtenay.  April 5--Union Buy vs. Courtenay. at Uuion Buy,  (Win to count 2 points.)  Cha.-i Maihisonhiis neeii elected  the official league ve eree and  under his guidance a Kerics cf  good clt'Hii gMiies ure promised,  Each giuiie will be lo lowed by a  dance nut\ nt the concl ������i0U of  ilio sctwiiii a priuid int^quenule  (l'liice will be held in ihe new  Open House at Court* nay under  tiu* combined innungenu'iiiof the  tince cn.li*>, 'w lieu <>>v j> _..-<.m.  ���������will he presented lu the winning  t������������ un of the League, which should  prove one of the lies 1, if not the  bent, Jioi-i l t'vent of the -season.  11 is proj-isul to iiMb au early  ?.< iri li* ':t - * # -1���������*������11 .-it 1 In* *;ntr(\  aud to uvxiiiu/x. a .it'iii"*-* of games  for the lut'.itf which !������::o nd prove  very imeie.itiug.  I-dskulhali at Union Buy 011  Wf-hifHUs **v������nnig ilu* bin iiim.  flui.in ������-*\ v"< uiiiM-I'-hI, Ti-iiii  tt ,il !'������m'.i- ti'i- -l.i it'.i h   i" "'i >ue!i.  COMMUNICATIONS.  -. o  Editor News:���������Mr. McNeil,  of the Cumberland Hall, approached me and wished me to  make public the agreement enter  ed into in regard to the benefit  band concert given iu the Cumberland Hall. I wish to state  that Mr McNeil and I agreed to  charge'25c. admission,, the band  to get:i5c, Mr. McNeil 10c, the  latter paying all expenses���������hall,  light, cashier, etc. With-regard  to the dance to be held Mr. McNeil approached me and asked  me if. it was satisfactory to the  baud to postpone their dance and  allow a stock company to show  on that night, I told him it was  agreeable provided he would pay  for the advertising. Mr. "McNeil  advertised and I consider that no  -blame-should-be attached-to-him-  as he carried out every detail of  the agreement made. It would  uot. be necessary to make .this  statement public were it not for  tbe fact that a certain element in  this town appears to know more  about Mr. McNeil's business than  that gentleman does himself.  Mr. McNeil wishes me to state  that it would be better for these  doubting Thomases to approach  him and find out whether their  statements are true or not, instead  of stabbing a mar. in the dark.  He nlso desires me to state that  if the public would examine b..tl_  sides of auy question before coming to a conclusion, ihey would  be acting wisely and well, But.  unfortunately the majority of the  public, would rather listen aud  lake for granted statements coming from certain parties who were  neVer known to tell the truth or  act squarely with anyone having  auy business transaction wiih  them. Thomas Aitcwison,;  Baud Secy at time of agreement  Perfect Pit Guaranteed.  K. AIDA  fnanafaetupeir of  MINERAL    WATERS  Bonora Block  P.O Box 433  Phone   2-9 .  CUMBERLAND  The Telephone Company [will  be asked, according to the bylaw, to contribute $50 every six  months to the city-" treasury,  Mr. McEarlane asked if he  would have to pay scavenger  dues as he had installed a sanitary closet, He was informed  Ihat the by-law calls for such p.iy  nie.itg and an alteration would  have to be made in name to cover  such cases,  Constable Gray's report:--;  Scavenger ......... .������115 00  Night watchman ...   67 00  Scavenger buckets.     9 45  vSnmple rooms      v, 00  ocales....,.,...., so  Total.... ....J.193 95  Accounts:���������  Electric light ������36 55  Campbell Bros     ������ 50  U. Grant & Co   10 07  C, H, Tarbell 24 30  Total 879 42  Sr.in.-1 <*������!tim?it������><; for tot r were  taken up and parsed.  Chairman of Boatd of Works  Maxwell reported alleys in bad  condition and some of the drains  b'.yonci lepair,  The* eiiun.-il will meet on next  Monday evening to go iuto U������c|fe"n' of A,,hl-';,Ii"' f("' l,u' b',''t,im  us.ses.-u.eiii roll. j vvoi^ht chiui.pinii*hi|, of Cu.n'l.i.  All taxes and licenses must in!-it the Ciimln'rhiiid Hull, on S������������-  future be paid ai the o!Fue of the tinlwy owning March I81I., ni*u  city ck-rk. ;a  nix-round   exhibition   bftwei.ii  Council adjournal. ' Frank Dyer nud KM MuKcu,  ��������� Ono of the best real ostalo propositions that lies eoniu uiuloi' our  uotieo, is ut prosont iu town. So  good in fact that tho editor of  this paper hiu. nueciimbed to its  iufluoiico.  a-*.-   Don't forget Firemen's Masquerade Ball on the 17th of Ireland.   Erin go Bragh!  <��������� u- ���������  A little girl,iu.her school essay  gives the following original  thoughts on the puzzling question:���������''Men are what women  marry. They drink and smoke  and swear, but don't go to church.  Perhaps if'hey wore bonnets they  would. They are more logical  than women, and also more m-  ological. Both men and women  sprung irom monkeys, inn* women  .sprung further than men." -B.C.  Mugaziue,  ���������"   ��������� '   ' W ���������''���������'���������ii- -  Thoro will bo n (Iftco.i-rouiid  glove couteet botwoori J-tek Thotup  mul, of CiiinhcHiind, and Kid Viii-  HAVE  YOUR  PHOTO   TAKEN]__   . ���������AT-     ,  Powell's .Studio.  Work guaranteed.  Prices reasonable.  ���������e������������eo$e������aa���������������6$������������e������������9  R Cloutier,  General Blacksmith  Horseshoeing a Speciiilty.  Third Ave, Cumberland  GGeeeee������otcc.eGG8(B������������co  SPATES  The UIIM.  mmWa\mmmmmm-rmwmmmmMm*m*mm  CLEANING, PRESSING  and REPAIRING.  Undies9 Work  a Specialty.  Now the time will soon be com-  ������������&  When with your residence you  get sick, i  For after the fires the house with  dirt gets thick,  So don't you think we hud better  be quick,  And call on the painter aud have  our house iixed,  H. Parkinson,  Painter, Paperhanger- Sign Writer, Etc.    Cnmbmiiiuu, !1,C.  TormB Moderate.    Business Ptmtual.  Merchant  TAILOR  LADiES7j-AIl.OK-.MADE COSTUMES A SPECIALTY .  SUITS OlADB TO   OfctDER AfiD  IN ANY STYLiE YOU LUISH.  PERFECT NT GUARANTEED.  Prices From $20 to $40.  CUMBERLAND,  B. C.  w-^^^vw^^^w ^w^^w^^^wvw  *|������llllllilll!ll!UIMinillUIHIIIlllUltl.lUH^ H  f Capital $6,200,000. Reserve $7,300,000  The Royal .Bank of Canada.  i DRAFTS   ISSUED IN  A"NY CURRENCY.   PAYABLE   ALL  | OVER THE WORLD.  1 SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to HAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  ������   ut highest Current RnJes allowed on Deposit's of $1 and upwards.  | CUMBERLAND, B. C, Branch, Open Daily;  ''���������    COUHTENAY,   B.C, .Sub-Branch,   Open Tuesdays and  FRIDAYS.  UNION WHARF, B. 0.,   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays.  M. F. MONTGOMERY, Manager.  E_  P. Phillipps Harrison  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOT/BY   PUBLIC CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  V. BOHORfl:  Uiholes&le Dealer in WINES, LIQUOR & SEB^  P. 0. BOX 483  PHONE 90..,,  CUMBERLAND  -A  I  The longer you live the more you Eearn.  I think you were all satisfied with your bargains last  nionih and learned where to save money on your feed.  I am sorry .there was not���������-enough-to go around, but  there is MORE ON THE WAY that I will sell ar.  prices that will soon learn you that the more you feed  the quicker your bank account will gi;ow.  Winter will soon be over, and I'll tell you how to  make another saving. Take a pencil and figure up  the quantity of seed you will require for your, spring  work and send the result to me. Do'lhis wow while  you think of it and I will wake you a'saving of from  ��������� lX fo i cent a pound on any kind of field seed you require.    Don't forget the address���������  A. B. CRAWFORD,   -   - Courtenay, B.C  ���������J-KA._t.ll IN . I.OUIl AND KliKt)  ,'*������(M.ftW*?.  *- '  ia  AnmifaiMm-HMf  mw JfcOHBln (l___BH_l_--B(3_BnU-A  FOiw SALili  "&  KOU vSAI.E-Ono iiicub������tor  und two hi'ooders, Oiipnoity HOO.  IVieu ^50 fur tli<J lot. Apply Uiih  ofUcc.  Vict in*   I.diinrit   linn   colli   hiu  niiiu'i'iil water w..iU to hi-^ hrotlior  llonry lloitorn,    Victor  will oon. J  \\wwx-. th.* ticui' liuttliug woika utvl,  tho wln>h������HiiU* liqnoN, '  6-H.P. ROVEE, complete with  top, side and tail lamps. This  car is in perfect order, both in  regard to tires and running gear,  and is "fitted with Stepney spare  wheel and tire. Two separate  ignitions, Bosh Magneto and accumulator and low gear, making  it ati excellent hill climber, cost  new $n oo oo.      Price $500.  ^'  THOS. PLIMLEY,  opnee and Stork 1208 LANCLEY ST., \/i/������T-M_ia    CI f  GAHAGB.7217 JOHNSON ST., V It. I UNI A,   DiU  "���������


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