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Array / y  ./.   ..   ,*       ",  ".    ���������.',  -/.*   v  ��������� f.yi f< .-y/i../'"1  ^^tfV'''?!V*";r**"'>*Jh''w���������^***"''y*' ^r"*~*r"YpM  ���������rrr  ������ m**aa^aa4*m*mmm ****n  I  A. ���������Journal Devoted Bspeotallgl %p .the Interests of Comox Dlatrlett  Thk NKWS, Ninkteenth-Veau.  CUMBERLAND ^ B. ������.."-: TUESDAY, AUGUST'8,   :'9] i  -mmm,  The Stone  of Quality  The Store  Of Qualityj  THE BIG STORii  W^������nawW|/WWW'^VV^^Vf uNTV^***  YOU WANT GOOD VALUE  :   :   IN CLOTHING   :   :  wlmimKiiSvWMBaiKmaimaattJawrw&Bw  \mt> ���������  m  STOVES  AND  You'll find when you get acquainted here  that this is a store where allure treated alike.  We ..will take just as good care of vou at one  price as another. We sell nothing hut  CLOTHING THAT, WK GUARANTIES,  ,. and that means value lor your money���������No  matter what you pay.  A Suit is a Suit I  If. we could make'ein belter���������we would;  If wo could ������ive better \'alue���������we would,  BUT WKCA.STf  Nkitiiek can anybody ki.se.  ,   "VW have the largest range of; the   finest,  materials, the newest pattehis, at  ihe lowest  "prices on this island.   ���������       "     .  .. We do uot ask you to take our word for it.  All we ask is  lor   yon to come in.and see fer  ���������yoursel fr .'��������� -; ��������� :   Prices from! $10.00 to #30.00  r1Stfibsc|i|FTi������x $z.po a Year  ;^f:-Sim(D:rv  v*feaL,;.!''.*..V  MSJIf*** W*������*V" y*+*a*rfi)atomam*Q_fmtm^  *'i5^':r-jT'f'/ilV-'-: .  CiMnbsrlahd. ���������.'.  Dunsmuir Ave.,, ���������  Locals, ,,;   ���������"���������  ���������'   x  ' ���������* '     ''    i *.V      ,4  Siiutlcv Warn *.n*ivwl homo on  Sunday fro >i a short vacation trip  to Vancouver.  Duncan 'lIioiukmi left, mi a visit.  to Seattle on Sunday last.  Wiil Clinton left on Saturday  liuihr. for the I<>st.  .  ���������������������������     " !!!.:���������  ��������� Stephen J.'oues,. of the Dominion  Hoto, Victoria, was tit Union  Pay last week, i.;  :'     ��������� '        r'  H. 0. AHh%,'of tho Uoyal  Dunk; Vancouver was in town last  week roiunving old iic(jiiaiutiiii(H:B.  ��������� ",.��������������� ���������'.������������������.' ���������  ��������� Cum he rl and dol'imtod Union  J'ay nt huaudidl ou Sunday lint,  by u score nf I'��������� I,  ' Vancouver defeated New Wosl-  'imni*ler ut. lnoi'iwu on Suiiirday,  by a scorn of 1���������4,  Our local milioolfl will reopen  on Mo day, A'ngtigt ������8th.',  Th i I i,r S.ore la having a  Special Sale, hiy-Duy and week  following. None should inUn  these values.  Wo lll'U pl(Ml<Uli .   IO    hllliU    ilinl.  Mrs. Davidson, wifo of i'rov,  Constable Davidson, of Oourten-  uy, niirt bu far recovered from hor  very curious onumtio i. art t..t he  able to louvo thu hospital, and hits  gone lo Oyster ltivor to rocoup-  tiu'e,  I<ocal Liberals will meet ou  WudiiUAilft'y evening to select delo.  gates to tho Liberal convention  \o be l\eld at Natrium.  Mr* SlmniK will resume giving  piatvifuvto I ia.'.ous S^'pt Hit.   Auy  lime by appointment wept T������V������  The death took place t\* Comox  on Kiiday last, after a short   ill  nces, of Thomos Cairns, aged 71  years.' The deceased was au old  and lc'speofed pioneer resident <<f  Comox ''' valley   for' over   ihirly  years.     He   was   a   n.itive   of  Weniyss,    Fil'eshirc,   -Scotland,  and came to this eounti'v   over  lorty'-jeary ago, first taking up  his residence i'ii* Wellington,  at  which place he worked until  re  moving to Coniox,  The la e Mr Cairns had not  been iu robust health for several  month,* prior to his decease, but  wan able 10'attend to his duties  up till about two weeks ngo. We  will miss his familiar figure from  our midst and his kindly .smile  and ever cheery word. He is  survived by a widow. The  funeral took place on Friday lust  from the family residence, Comox, to the Presbyterian cliurcli,  Sandwick, theuce to the Presby.  teritm cemetery for interment,  Rev. Titos.   Menzies   oilieiaiitig.  The funeral was a large one,  many Masons of Cumberland and  Coiliox being in attendance;  Do not fail to see values oH'tir-  ut Tlm llig Storo for pay-day and  following week.  Mr. Jackson, wlio wnu po bo-  vontly injured hy Mr, Dnvis' bull,  in rwov'cring from hla operation,  will Boon he able to return hoiuu  ������.��������� ia--   Mr. (). T. Smithe, late of .lio  iBlitmlor newppaper, will leave for  Dunciin on W^duujiiiu morning,  wlieriq he will take up his resilience.  "���������""'<!>���������  Tlicoittput of. C'i(vl frgiu local  inint'd for the month oWuiy, was  41%B5U tou&%  ������' *  I THE COmER STORR I  1 -     ������     1   ��������� . t  ! Look out for our I  1 ArtVVAA   VUV      GREAT        I  The Magf et Cash Stores  T.E. B|itje, Cumberland.  ���������iiv''tfTrA^wUjij  MNN&^M^STW  'li*-'.-!**-.  Summer  Sale  FOR   PAY-DAY,  AND  WEEK  FOLLOWING  Vancouver, Aug: '5.���������It is declared to-day to be;uhno^t a certainty that Judge MtMm)es. will  resign from the.beuch to!become  the Liberal candidate in Comox-,  At iin in the approachin^'Domm-'  ion election. Scores,pf his;h tends  ou Vancouver Island, headed by  -Mr WiJliam.yioau,a former re^  prcscntnti.ve of the same riding,  are insistent that he is the ouly.  iddividttal whow'puld ensure  victory for the par'.y.... It isflikely  that hi* will be the only name  suhnuti^d to.t he patty convention'  to be held ue.\t, week at -Paries-  ville, near Nauainio.  Mr Duncan Koss, ex-M.P. for  Yule-Cariboo,was recently prominently nientiotied iu connection  with'1 he"'nomination, but telegraphic advices from the north  seem to indicate that Mr Ross is  not anxious 1 o siek ��������� parliament-  ary honors, as he is occupied in  currying out a large contract, ou  the Grand Trunk Railway near  ilnscelion, It is asserted that the  r.uik and file of the party on Van  couver Island are ayeise to the  selection of Mr Ross, favoring the  claims of Judge Mclunes. who  foriiicrly represented Nanaimo  riding in the Dominion House  aud who resigned his itant as a  protest ugainsr the attitude of the  Laurier government on the Asi-  atic question, fudge Meluucsls  a former  resident of Nanaimo,  .UK* ..ki. iti t.i-   ju\j> lUviui    kv^i.u*.-  lure for five years as the member  for Alberni      Later he wn������ gov  ernor of the Yukon f6r two vcars,  The Dominion ridingof Comox  Ailiu, hrely represented by Hon  Win Tempieman, who will contest Victoria iu September, embraces all the northern portion of  Vancouver Island and the north-  mt islands, and the nrinlmidl  north as far ns Hazehon, as well  oh MUu UUtiict*  '  ���������Mr Will Clinton was the win-  -nerin geuileineu's singles iu the  tenuis, tournament, winning the  .Silver- 'Challenge Cup. The  following is a list of the games  played:���������  ���������, Dalby won trom Farrar���������6-3;  Clinton won from Dalby in a  very evenly contest game���������4-6;  6 45 7-5-  Clinton won from Dr Gillespie  -5*75 '6-ij; 1.6-1;   -  Raney won from Lawrence--  6-4; 6-2.  lianey woti from Palmer- 6-i;  6-i. *: ,    .-. ./���������'/-,. .���������.-.-".  Clinton -won. froin  Ln ffere---  7"Si',M.  , Clinton won fiuul from Ranev  -6.3; 7.5.  LADIKS' SINCJI.KS.  Mrs G Roe won from Mins Mc  Kensste���������6-1;' 62.  Mrs. J,   I Joe won  from   Mrs,  Luwrence���������6-3; a 6;. 6m.  Mrs G. Roe w'ondroin Mi,sn N  Matthews���������63; 97.  Miss'lJrown won from Mrs G.  Rowe iii a stubbornly contested  guine���������6-4; 3.6; ir-9.  The ladies' final* will be played  ou Wednesday afternoon at 330,  between Mrs J Roc. nnd'Miss  Hrown.  I   J. N. McLEOD;  1 '���������;���������  THE CAMADIA'  OF  .Dnnsmuir Ave.  *���������' ���������-- 'ii''  ^'i&tiif-.i'.  ..   ���������       vv-Sw- <-���������-������������������ ���������   -SIR ED.VIUNU $*pstW^i%y&Xt^  CAPITAL, - $iO,O00io00 REST, - $7,000,000  pOLiECTIpN   BUSINESS  FOREIGN   BUSINESS  2:0  wmaiz:  Cheques aud drafts on all countries of tho world, drawn in sterling,  francs, marks, lire, kronen,'floruits, roubles or any other foreign currency,  can be negotiated at The Canadian Bank of Commerce at reasonable rate's.  CUMBERLAND BRANCH   .. ,   -  W T. WHITF, Uanaf ������  RETIRING PRINCIPAL  We hear,with great regret Ihat  our talented High School Principal, Mr. J. T. E. Palmer, has  accepted a position pn the  leaching' staff of Vancouvr High  simoi. ���������������������������: ' -   .:���������������������������������������������  Since his arrival amon^ us  three years ago, our local ,^[|gh  Schuol has attained a liij*h position in the scholastic world.  This time 19 pupils have  passed the preliminary course of  the junior grade examinations,"  and 10 pupils have passed the  advanced course, and every candidate writing iu the provincial  examinations litis beeu successful. Successes have also been  obtained in lhe matriculation ex*  animations of McCiill University  and this year pupils of our IJigh  School obtained lourili nnd filth  positions iu the 'Dominion ol  Canada,���������  Mr. Gdor^o Clinton  rutnnnv  mi Tiuwlay uiylit I'roui a bu--duosr>  trip lu ������f---:-  Vict  oria.  CHARLES BRIDGES DIES  The death took plnco at Simd  wick t������n Friday hint, of Churlc*  Uridges a n������itiv������ of Ireland, aged  158 years. Thn deceRsml was"an  old and highly re?peel^I rcpideuf.  ������>f that, portio'n of Coniox valley,  for over fun rty yon ru, and was ono  of its pioneer jiiitllHi'p. It was hur.  the Tuotiday evening previous i,������  his death,tnu( licv was in town,  and iu eoiivetsatioti with friei ds.  miid that he n������ \vr I'oit ln*!t,:.  Ilu was taken niddenly ill m-,  Wediiundny evening'nnd piu..(id  awny on I'Viday, asalreudy wtaicd.  The funeral, which was* ling-ly  attended. to<������l< .placi'i ' Uvfif "iho  family residence on MoikIay afier-  noon to the Church' of ��������� tfnglnud  cenielery, Kev. .1, X. Willemar  and numbers of tlm MiiKiiiio  OrdiT foudiietiiig the cjtrenio.  nieH,.  The following genllynvm ncted  as ��������� pnlIheatt'i'":--'Me������sr������ L. A.  Mounce, .I.MatiheWH, .1. T. K.  1'aliiM.r, ,f.N, McLeod, T. Hudson,  I. R, .Itihusiou, all Myitis Shrin-  ers, ������h with iho dee,bunud.  n nswtyi cEmrmNfi n  3  We have just opened up another new lot of MHN'S  AND HOY'S NEW 1TMUTJ5 CLOTHING and  PANTS iu weurhls nnd stvles Inr Knll at   $20.00, $22.50 and   $25.00  - Children *s Jersey Suits -  Made of the finest knit Cashmere in Navy llluc, and  Unshrinkable.   Just the thing for the little tots at..  92 a Suit.  ��������� *   *     ""  """       Tl    '���������WW(|W>W������II ���������������   ��������������� ���������   Gajnpbell - Iros.  OMMI THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ���������fa*  lhe  jRouiuMJp]  A Romance of Arizona  Novelized From Edmund  Pay's  Melodrama J** Um  By   JOHN   MURRAY  MILLS MILLER.  <i  41  OawnUtiU 1W8. by Q. W. DtUina-  ham Co. ^  body else has roped ber an" 'slapped  Ills brand on to her. Talk nbout too  mnny irons In the flre! Why, I've only  got one. an' it's bet up'rod all the  time wnltin' fer the right chanct to  use it. but somehow 1 never tfit it out  i o' the coals. What's the use. anyhow? j to court his -girl. Let me see the name  Nobody loves a fat man" I of the snake in the grass that's at the  against bim���������folly and Slim Hoover  and you. Why are you so ready how  to-take n slanderer's word,against his?  Vou were keen enough to accept his  j story when it let you out of going to  ! Dick's rescue and gave you free swing  (Contiuued.)  The owner of Swcetwnter rancn.  while accepting McKee's' account,  could not wholly forget the half  breed's former evil reputation and was  reserved in bis reception of the advances of the ex-rustler, wlio was anxious to curry favor. Warm hearted,  impulsive Und. however, whose fraternal loyally had Increased under his  bereavement to the supreme passion  of life., took the insinuating half breed  Into, tlie-aching Vacancy matte by his  brother's death The two became boon  companions, io the great detriment of  the younger man's'morals McKee  bad plenty of money, which he spent  "/ can't bear to wic i/ou ao."  liberally, gambling and carousing tn  jcompany with Bud. Polly was wild  witb Indignation at her sweetheart's  desertion and savagely upbraided lilm  for his conduct whenever. they met,  which, as may be Inferred, grew less  and less frequently. In revenge she  made advances to another man who  'had long "loved tier from afar."  This was William Henry Harrison  Hoover, sheriff of the county, known  an "Slim" Hoover by the humorous  propensity of men on the range to give  nicknames on the- principle of contraries, for he was the fattest mnn In  JPJnfll county.   Slim was one of those  fleshy men who have nerves of steel  nnd muscles of Iron,   A round, boyish  face, twinkling blue eyes nnd flaming  red hnlr gave lilm an appearance of innocence entirely at varianctv with his  personality, A vein of sentiment mnde  him nil thft more lovable, Ills nsso-  ftttat  ratnito������,   men of the  pin Ins,  noldK'rts and the owners and recipient-  ers of the frontier barroom���������respected  Uim greatly.  "He's square ns Slim" was the best  recommendation ever given of a mnn  In that region,  rinnl comity settlers had made Slim  sheriff term after term because lie wns  tho ono citizen  supremely  fitted   for  the place,    lie had ridden the range  and "busted" bronchos before election.  After It lie hunted, wrongdoers.   Wght  wna right nnd wrong was wrong to  bin).    There  was  no shading In tlie  mcunlng.   All he asked of men was to  ride   fast,   shoot   si might   and   deal  ���������fjuarely In any game,    He admitted  that murder, horse stealing and brand-  ing another  man's calves  were sub-  JcelH for the unwritten law.    Hut In  IjIw code this law  meant death only  after ti fair trial, wllh neighbors for a  Jury.   He was not scrupulous tlmt a  judge Bhould be present,    IIIh duties  were ended when ho brought hi his  prisoner.  Hoover's rule hiu) been marked by  the taming of bad liion In I'Morenco  and a truce declared In (he guerrilla  warfare between the cattlemen nud  tho sheepmen on the range.  Hllm'H seemingly superfluous flesh  wnu really nf great advantage In him  Jt nerved iih ii mask for his remarkable athletic abilities and -so lulled the  e*flt!!,,,V"   "'���������!'.   "���������t\n'������   bo   Mi!   In   dmtl  into n false sense of superiority and  iiecurlty.  Slow and lethargic in his ordinary  movements, in au emergency hu was  quick ns a panther, never falling to get  tbe drop on his man.  Furthermore, his fat exerted a ben-  eflclul  Influence  on   his character  In  keeping hltn  humble  minded,    (Icing  the most popular man In the comity,  he would probably have been swollen  with vanity had there been any space  left vacant for It In his huge frame  He   was  especially   admired   by   the  women, but was nt ease only In the  company   of  those   who   were   married.    It wan his fate to see the few  glrla of the region, with every one oft  whom by turns he was In love, growl  up to marry each some less dlllldent,  wooer.  "(UUiguultou tali*; ll!" he uud to  aajr. "I don't git up enough spunk to  cut a heifer out o' lhe herd unlll Home-  Sllm was inordinately puffed up by j  Polly's preference for hini. which she J  showed by all sorts of feminine tyran- i  nies, and  he  was  forced continually  to slap his huge paunch torciuind himself of  what  he considered,, his disabling  deformity.     "Miss   Polly,"   he  would   apostrophize  the absent   lady,  "you don't  know  what a  volcano of  sect hln'' fiery love this here mountain  of  flesh''Is  that  you're  walklu'  over.  Some day I'll erupt an' jest eternally,  calcify you if you don't look out!"  The sheriff took uo stock in Buck  McKee's professed reformation aud,  was greatly worried over the Influence  he had acquired over Bud Lane, who  had before this been Sliui's protege.  Accordingly he readily conspired with  hor to break off the relations between  tlie former outlaw und the young  horse -wrangler, but thus fur had met  with uo success,  Rayson, feeling himself absolved by  the death of Dick l.aue. from all obligations to .his friend, began opeuly to  woo Echo Allen, but witho-.U presuming upou the revelation of her love for  hini which she had made at his'proposition to go iuto the desert to Lane's  rescue. She responded to his courteous  advances as frankly and natv.nilly. as  a bud opens to the gentle wooiug of  the April suu. Softened by tier grief  for Dick as for a departed brother as  the flower is by the morning dew, the  petals of her affection opened and laid  bare her heart of purest gold. The  gentle, dillident girl expanded into a  glorious wouiau, conscious of her powers and proud aud* happy that she was  fulfilling the highest function of womanhood���������that of loving aud aiding  with, her love a noble man.  Jack Payson, however, failed to get  the proper credit for this sudden flowering of Echo's beauty and charm.  These were ascribed to her year's  schooling in the east, and her proud  mother was offended by. tbe way in-  whicli slie accepted the young'ranchman's advances. "You hold yourself  too cheap," she said. "It is at least  (Tiie to the memory of poor Dick Lane,"  whom, now that he was safely dead,  she idealized iuto a type of perfect  manhood, "that you make Jack wait as  long as you did hlui." When l'ayson  reasonably objected to this delay by  pointing out that he was fully able to  support a wife,: as Lane had-uot.been,  and proposed, with~Echo's~assent, sfiT  mouths as the limit, of waiting, Mrs.  Allen resorted to her old expedient-  tears.  "Boohoo! You are going to take  away my ouly daughter!"  The colonel, however, though he had  loved Dick Lane as if he were his  own son. was delighted to 'the' bottom  of his hospitable soul that it was a  man not already lu the family circle  who,. was to marry ���������Echo, especially  when he was^a royal fellow like .lack  Payson,, So lie arranged a compromise between the time proposed by  Mrs. Allen and that desired by the  lovers, and the date of the wedding  ,was fixed nine months ahead.  "It will fnll In June." said the old  fellow, who knew exactly how to handle his 'fractious wife, "the month  wheu swell folks back in the east do  hil tholr hitchin' up. Why. como to  think of It, "It was the very month I  run off with you In, though I didn't  know then thnt we wns elopln' so  strictly accordln' to the book of otl-  liwot."  CHAPTER III.  HIS-Aral Instinctive thought of u  man reveals his lunate, character; those that follow, the moral  nature that he has acquired  through environment and clrcinn-  Btances, That Jack Payson was at  bottom a good mun is shown by IiIh  ���������trot emotion, which was joy,j and his  llrst Impulse, which was to Imparl the  Bind news i������ everybody upon receiving  the letter from Dlclt Lnno lolling tlmt  ho was nlive and soon to como home,  He was In his house at the time, Bud  Lnno hud just brought in tlio packet  of mall from Florence and was rlillm;  nwny. Jack uttered a cry of Joy which  brought the young mnn back to thu  door. "What Is ItV* asked Hud. But  Jack had nlrendy had (Imo for hln  damning second thought, Ho win  stunned by the consideration that ihu  promulgation of Ilie nows In the letter  meant his loss of Echo Allen. He dissembled, though iih yet lie wiih not ablo  to tell an outright falsehood:  "It's a Seller telling me that 1 may  expect to receive enough money In a  month or so to pay off the mortgage.  .Vow your brother's debt needn't (mm  ble ynu any longer, Bud."  "Whew-w!" whistled Bnd. "That'i  great!   Where does It come from?"  "Oh, from an old friend that I lent  the money lo soine I line ago. But,  sny, Bud. thore'n n not her ma I tor I  want to talk with you about, Ynn'vo  h<it to hliakf Itutk M*-Kv,i, J'tv pi( It  htrnlghl that he Is the worst man In  Arizona territory���������yes. worse Ihnn an  Apnehe. Why, he has been with  flerotilmo,  torturing and  innssacrlni?  Ihelr'uold."  bottom of ii 11 this!"   And he snatched  for the letter in Payson's hand  The', ranchman quickly thrust the  missive Into his pocket. The injustice  of Rud's reflections oh his former ac-{  tions gave to his uneasy conscience  just that pretext he desired for justifying his present course. His cause  being weak and unworthy, ne whipped  SOCIETY PLAYWRIGHTS  ENGLAND  HAS   SOME   NOTABLE  VVOMEN   DRAMATISTS.  Poetry and ths Drama Once an Igno-  ble Thing Supported by Patrons  ts Now the Chief Glory of Some  of the World's Most Fas^ionablo  Persons ��������� Several Noblewomen  Have Written Successful Plays. ���������  Nothing is more striking in the his-  THE MAXIMS.  up his;indignntion by adopting a high  tone and overbearing manner, even tory of literature than the wonderful,  demeaning himself by using his posl- not to say revolutionary, change  tion as Bud's employer to crush the which has taken place in the attitude  younger man.    Indeed, at the end ot  the scene which ensued-'he had well  nigh convinced himself that he had  been most ungratefully treated by Bud  while sincerely' attempting to save tbe  of society towards authors of all  kinds. The ..days when tlie unfortunate writer had to haunt the anteroom.5 of the titled patron and to pre-  face his works with . dedications as  full  of  adulation  us  epitaphs  on  a  boy from the companionship of a tiend I tomb-stone,".and often not "more truthful��������� those unhappy days are long  past. But up to a much later period  the squalid atmosphere of Grub street  hung over the literary profession. It  was hardly considered an occupation  for a gentlenian, To write was a  doubtful thing; to receive payment  for what you wrote was even more  doubtful. Every reader of Lockhart's  "Life" will remember how Sir Walter  Scott in early days often declined remuneration, or. took it in a vicarious  form by recommending to his publishers the work of impecunious  .friends���������a method that must sometimes have been rather inconvenient.  , All this is changed now. No one  is ashamed of writing books; on the  lu human guise  "No matter who told me. young  man." lie e.vclalmed. "I got It straight,  and you can take it^straight from tne.  You either give up Buck McKee or  leave Sweetwater ranch. Snake in the  grass!" he cried, working himself up  into false passion. Vlt Is. you,, ungrateful boy. who are sinking the serpent's tooth into the hand that would  have helped you. I tell you now that  I intended to make you foreman,  though Sagebrush Charley is an older  and better man. It was for Dick's  sake I would have done It."  ".No."  Bud   burst forth,  "for your  guilty   conscience's   sake!     It   would  have been to ��������� pay for stepping iu to j contrary, not to have written a book  Dick's place in the heart of a.faithless j f,e<;mf._���������%rj!i:?5Sn J?LJieinLb!hi1n1  girl.     Keep  j'our  job.    I'm   through  rr-^1  with you."      , ,  And, leaping on his horse, Bud rode  furiously back to rejoin'Buck McKee  in Florence. ,       " .  Jack -Payson's   purpose   was   now  cinched to suppress Dick Lane's letter  until    Echo   Alleu    was   irrevocably  joined to him iu marriage.   He argued  with himself that she loved him, Jack  l'aysou, yet so loyal  was she by ua-'  ture that if Did; Laue returned before  the   wedding   and   claimed   her   she  would sacr'iice her love to her sense of  duty.    Thi j   would  ruin "her  life,  he:  reasoned, and he could not permit it  There was honesty iu this argument,  but he vitiated it by deferring to act  upon   the  suggestion   that   naturally  arose with it: Why, then, not take Jim  Alleu, Echo's father, to whom her happiness was the chief purpose in life,  into confidence in regard to the mat1-  -terif-���������There-wiil-be-timeweuough~to-teli-  the   colonel   before  the 'wedding,   he  thought.    In ihe meautime^somethiiig  might  happen  to  Dick, and  he  may  never return.   He is certain not to get  back ahead of his niouey.  After the time thiit the uote secured  by the- mortgage fell due the youug  ra tiolima n had a I ready secured two extensions of it for three months each.  He now arranged a third1 and begun  negotiating for the sale of some ofhls  cattle to take up the note at the next  time of payment.- "I can't take thes  money from Dick," be thought, "eveu  if lie does owe it to me, and yet if I  refuse It It will be like buying Echo���������  'paying for stepping iuto Dick's place,'  as Bud expressed it. What to do I  don't know, Well, events will decide."  And by tills favorite reflection of tho  moral coward Jack Payson marked tie  lowest depMi������ of his degradation.  (To be continued,)  the tim^s. Where queens have led  the, way, it is obvious that no one,  however high 'in rank or position,  need fear to follow, And few, 'if any,  [will be found to regret this change.  It is ajl to the general good if.all who  have talents should enjoy freedom to  exercise them. Certainly, society"'  women in England have not been  backward in exercising their newly'-"  Avon privileges. TJiey have made  many noteworthy contributions to  literature, and in no field have' these  been more striking than in the sphere  of poetry and the drama.  Among the playwrights Mrs. Alfred  i-Lyttelton take a high place.   She has  lately written a new work,   a   little  Greek    comedy    entitled    ''Aspasia's  .Stfltue," which was produced recently at the   little Boudoir Theatre   in  Kensington,   in   aid   of   the' Prince  Francis of Teck Memorial Fund and  the endowment of the Middlesex Hospital.    Mrs.   Ly t tel ton's , most   noteworthy work    was    a    play    called  'Wnrp and Woof." Like Hood's"  great poem, "The Song of the Shirt."  it -sV'as an attempt to bring home to  the thoughtless public the cruel way  in which young London.,; dressmakers  are overcrowded in the' height of the  Sir Hiram, Hudson and Hiram P. Are  Remarkable   Inventors.  Those who believe that there is virtue in the "hereditary,pr.i.ioiple''.may  point in triumph to the''achievements  jf the three famous inventors named  Maxim, who are all near relations,  Sir Hiram Stevens being father of  Hiram Percy, and brother of Hudson.  Many suppose when they hear of Maxim guns that all are the invention of  5ne man, but there are no less than  three of the name, who, without collaboration and working independently, have devised various death-dealing  machines or, preparations.  Sir Hiram Stevens Maxim, who wai  born   71    years    ago    at   Sagerville,  Maine, of Puritan parents, lias  now  his home in England, having become  a British subject on account of alleged  unfair treatment of his inventions by  the United States Government.     In  curly life he showed great mechanical  ingenuity with a jackknife and a ball  of   twine.    He  had   but   a  common  school education, and obtained his sci-  eu'tilic knowledge by studying and attending lectures during the four years  he spent as an apprentice to a coach-  builder, and afterwards as a machinist in his uncle's shop, and foreman  in  other shops.    His  first invention  was   an   automatic  mouse-trap,   then  followed engineering devices and automatic gas  engines.    In  1878  he  invented an incandescent el������ctrio lamp,  that would burn for a hundred hours.  He made his debut in Europe by exhibiting  at  the  Paris  Exhibition  oi  1831 the first electrical current regulator   ever   invented   for   reducing  the  atmosphere to.the utility of the electric  lamp.   Paris was delighted  and  charmed, and Maxim was made a Chevalier of the Legion of Honor.-."' Two  years later he brought out his   automatic gun.   Mr.  Maxim's maxim  being  "Kili quickly  and kill largely."   In  this invention the recoil was utilized,  to. reload and fire the gun, at the rate  of 770 shots a minute.    He also invented the gun known as the "Pom-  pom," and in recent years he has devoted much time to aerial navigation.  He declared last year that the Wright  Brothers  were ''back' numbers",  and  that everything in the Wright machine  was copied from his.   Two weelb ago  he resigned his position as a director  of Vickers, Sons & Maxim, with the  object, as he expressed it, of "returning   to   his"'---first.- love���������Hying    machines."    With   Crahame-White   arid  Bleriot,  he  has  formed  a  syndicate  for  the construction  of  all  kinds'of  hea^ier-than-air   machines,   including  ���������what he has always desired to make  ���������a military aeroplane for dropping a  special kind of shell for use in siege  purposes.  '���������'*.'     u ,  t Hudson Maxim, whose home is.in  New York, is thirteen years younger  ,than_his_titled_brother._He-was-the.  first in the   United   States''to-  make  smokeless powder.  The town of Maxim, N.J., where he built a dynamite  factory, is named after him.  "Maxim-  ite,"  the  first high  explosive  to  be  fired    through    heavy    armorplate;  I "Stabillite," a smokeless powder; the  THE KING'S STABLES  A  VISIT  TO    EGERTON  NEWMARKET.  HOUSE,  season by   the careless   manner   in  ;  which orders are placed at the very ! Hudson Maxim   automobile   torpedo".  Bishop In Creamery.  To hear ol a bishop perching himself upon a stool at the counter ol a  creamery shop, thoroughly enjoyiim.  a large glass of milk and a few ham  sandwiches for lunch after a morning's work, is by no means stale news.  Yet for this record Bishop Montgomery, who has been secretary of the  society for the Propagation of th*4  Gospel for nine years, and who is  about to make a tour ol the mission  fields of tlie Far East, is responsible.  Dr. Montgomery ban nlwayn been a  man of simple tastes, aud to partake  of a meal in the manner mentioned,  seated among a crowd of clerks and  artisans ol the neighborhood in whien  tin' cstablisdiment is situated, has provided him with much enjoyment in  the metropolis, Educated at 'trinity  College, Cambridge, Dr. Montgomery  was ordained liiiny-iiine years ago,  when twenty-four years of age. Kig.it  years Inter lie became vioar of ������t.  .Mark's Kenniiigtoii, and hold lhe p������mi.  tion for ten years, when he wins appointed Bis.mp oi Tasmania. I>r  Montgomery will leave Lonuon lor tlie  Far Mint hoon, and, traveling by wuy  ol Merlin tutd \uin<itw to Atuscow,  will go by tne Trans-SiiH'rl.m Railway  lo Pekin. His it.uerary will include  Manchuria, tne hliantuiig diocese, tue  North Onion dioeene, llaiikuu, Sluing.  Iiiii, Japan, Koica, Borneo, b..)gnpun.-,  und Burma. He expect* to arrive hack  iu England about the end of uext  March,  Strange Occupationi.  Some Htrangc occupations fig urn on  Indian een������m -cltodiilea \i ������(,��������� Uct  census, in many village* of Hyderabad  and the Central fuvinee������ cntnusiustic  and devout enumerator* returned thu  village shrine und temples ������.������ "occu.  pied houses." The occupant was the  idol whoso occupation wni������ atnled a������  "trtnntimr boon- and bles������iri<r<" nr  subsistence on contributions from the  tcnMitn."   Other calling* returned ou  jvlast moment. The play was produced  in London with some success, and  afterwards played before King Edward and Queen Alexandra at Chatv  worlh. As.her writings suggest,"Mr*.  Lyttelton is deeply interested in  social and poetical questions, but  she finds time to paint as well as to  write,  Another well-known society woman  who has ventured with some success  into the attractive field of drama is  Mrs. George Cornwallis-West, still  more familiarly remembered by many  feople as Lady RamUuph Churchill.  n literature she first made her name  as the founder and editor of th<>  Anglo-Saxon Review; afterwards her  pleasant and chatty rem in Sconces of  lier, many interesting experiences  political and other, were published,  and mndo much talk. In the following year she wrote a play entitled,  "His Borrowed Plumes," which wa*  produced for a few performances at  a West end theatre. If it did not  have a long run, it contained much  that was clever and amusing,  Lady Gregory hns the proud dis-  tincfion of being not only n success.-  ful playwright, hut tho director of a  successful theatre. She is the youngest daughter of the late Dudley  Persse, D,L,, of Roxborough, and  became tho second wifo of the Right  Hon. Sir William Gregory, at ono  time Governor of Ceylon, After hh  death in 1WV2 she devoted herself to  the ttudy of Trish literature and  drama. Sho joined Mr. Yeats in  Blurting tlio National Theatre in Dub.  Iin in 18!ll), This has been siicees**  fully carried on to the present time,  and encouraged, and, indeed, brought  about the formation of a special  school of Irish writers nud actor*.  Several women of note have cher-  lulled dreams- of fame as poets; unci  in more Ihnn oue ease have written  work which enn hoiml of the (run  poetic fire. The, namo of Ladjr Margaret Baekville will he at once ru-  memhered by all lover* of the mime.  Thn "Hymn to Dionymin" is probably  the bent known of her writings; but  (iho has published two or three volumes of vem> altogether. Tho Coun-  tens of Cromartie is another flraceful  writer. She, it may he mentioned,  holds the title as peeress in her own  and a torpedo ram, are among his  ���������more, important inventions* OnMarch  26, Mr. Maxim celebrated the fifteenth  anniversary, of his wedding, which occurred jn London, England, when the  bridegroom>>vas in his 44th year.  They were' married but a few weeks  after their first, meeting, which took  place while Maxim was lecturing in  a suburban church of which his  bride's father was pastor.  The Royal* Race Horses Now In Hf������  Majesty's , Establishment Number  Twenty-Threj and Have All th#  Luxuries That the Equine World  Affords���������Richard Marsh, Who I*  In Charge, Is a Noted  Manager.  There' is no better-equipped racing  6table in the world than that which  shelters the royal horses at Egerton  House, Newmarket. -The trainer of  horses in real life is very different  from the straw-chewing, bucolic, ami  often bibulous individual he is usually portrayed to be in fiction. Mr.  Richard Marsh, for instance, who  rules at Egerton I-lpuse, is a dapper  man of middle, height, with a firm  jaw, clean-shaven face, and keen,,  eyes. To meet him casually in tha  btreet one would take him for a prosperous lawyer or merchant, rather  than one so closely identified with  the turf.  Egerton House stands in one of the-  pleasantest parts of Newmarket,  within easy reach of the training  grounds. The house itself is a handsome square building with half-timbered gables.' A large and beautifully-  kept garden surrounds it and there-  is a spacious paddock in front. Ill  this paddock' such giants of the turf  as Persimmon .aiid Diamond Jubilee  have roamed at'will, and it may be-  that in the low range ,of stables just  to be discerned at the back of the-  house there is another horse that  will carry the royal1 colors as prominently. '...-.    !"  At the present time the King has-  twenty-three horses being trained  he.-e. of which ten are two-year-olds.  The majority of these young horses-  were bred at the Royal Stud Farm at  Snndringham. The stables are beautifully kept, and are quite models  of their kind. Needless to say, everything about them ia spotlessly clean,  as it needs to be,, seeing, that the ,  probable value of the whole of the  horses under Mr. Marsh's care is not  far short of a quarter of a million  sterling, or a million and a quarter  in Canadian currency. Each horee  has it own loose-box, which is tiled  round in artistic fashion, with plenty0  of clean straw upon the floor and the  metal fittings polished until they  shine like so much crystal. The name  of the occupant of the stall is neatly  placed over its manger,'��������� ,���������.  ���������The���������stableS���������form���������a���������quadrangle-  round a yard, and it is a very pretty  sight to stand in ,the centre'of this  upon a spring morning aiid watch  the long string of horses, each beautifully groomed and With its skin  shining-like satin, being led out to-  exercise.     ���������.'-.'  Mr. Marsh has to be astir every  morning, at an hour that seems perfectly preposterous to a townsman,  while the night jr usually far advanced before he has finished. Hi*  first task is te visit the horses and  see that all is going well with them.  He can teil almost at a glance if anything is wrong with any of his  charges, and can usually decide precisely what is the matter with them  and hpw'best they may be cured.'  This visit to the stables is rather  a lengthy proceeding, since it is.  necessary to halt for a few moments,  at each box and give directions t������  the head lad as to "the feeding, exer-  cise, etc., of   the  different   animals,  The Maids of Honor.  There is very little doubt that an  era of domesticity is likely to set  in among Hie higherr ranks of English  society, and thu tact that Queen jviary         __   ....    _..   has chosen for hor Maids of Honor-J while   those horses   who aro   to take  girls who are well versed in all the  domestic arts, music, needlework of  every description, two of them being  real experts in line stitching, as well j  as in painting and drawing, will have  its due effect, Tho fact that should  any of these giris marry���������a probability which must, be anticipated-rUio  vacancy must be filled by one equally  cultured in these special arts will tend  to make parents of likely aspirants  to such a post of honor see to it that  their girls tiro suitably trained. Gardening, too, comes under the category  of Queen Mary's many interests, ami  in this, again, both her Maids of  Honor and her Ladies-in-WaiUng emulate her example.  [ A Queer Name.  | Hon. Adam Beck, "Minister of Pow-  i er" in Ontario's Cabinet, who has  beon the greatest figure in the Hydro-  Electric power movement iii Ontario,  had an amusing experience not long  ago concerning name*.  Noticing an interesting colored boy  on the atrect, ho stopped to talk to  the boy and his parentis,  "What's the boy\ nameP" ho anked.  "Hydro," answered a proud parent,  "Hydror" echoed Mr. Beck. "Hasn't  he any other namep"  "Yes," answered the father. "Wo  call him 'Hydro' (or nhort. Hiu real  mime is Adam Beck Johnston."���������Tho  Canadian Courit-r,  "That's n lie. .lack rayson. and vou i ������������"������"������������������������������ "",r. '''wing* rcmrnea ou  low It!" erlnd tlie hot headed ynumr !|;,!C S'lT'"'1' collector* ������t  an "It wiih Buck MelCee who ������too.l <M"b,,������ bir. , m,',*v'������'<,������,������ver# of stolen  ���������mi.     uwim imuiimaii nuohtoou   g0fKjSi  W|tches.   wizard.*,   nnd   cow.  know  mat  -Tlnti'. ,i tie, Jnth Pnyttm I*  poisoners.  Caesar at Large.  Tho late   KimrV dug V.notnr  made  ; hie esscapn Irom tne garden* of Marl-  'j borough Hou*e a f.-w ,j,iy* {,g0( ancl  i his di^apf.enrance minis) th* urenUtt  } oonoern.    Cne*ar  Mill   wur*  on   hil ,'  j collar the budu*- iti-enl.^l "Cae*ar, I 1  am the King'* Hop." m������i he had not '  ! been long awny ������h<n b,- ������t,< ri-cotf- !  Low Wages and Little Work.  Wages  are not high  in  India.    A  native switchman on a <��������� ,'lwny nnd  right.   By ������ curious coincidence, tho I J,h������ j!,"^ "I��������� ln ft prlvBt^. l������rniiy  lior w/h originally created in favor  "Sffi ^"CS h^nd'HBrS'ftj!  til    U   Vtiiliitiil,   tno   met    iiu���������iu     un*.*)  Anne, only child of John Hny Mac-  ketule, who wns erented on her mar-  ringe with the Duke of Sutherland in  1640, Counters of Cromnrtte.  Lady LindMiy is also a follower of  the Mums; she is, indeed, not only a  cian.     Her   favorite   recreation    is  violin playing. The Duclitw of Leeds j -'cttrist'ian intemuencer'.  can lionat of the possession of a considerable literary gift, and hns written roiim charming vor������c#. It hns  fometime* been nuggcKtcd thnt she is  to mwr- extent fhf������ model from whom  Ideala wa������ drawn, the heroine of  Sarah Grand's welt-known novel.  less,  or  about 4  rupees,  or  11,0a a  iiiiiitiii. i>! i.-i,���������i/n: mt^i-.\ ,'j.iy Ui vJi/.  ferent sections, and there is a some-  what upward tendency in prices now.  However, the mmsionarie* told mo  that you paid ������bout as much tor labor  in Indian m yaa do Jn America; that  out-    limil   ill    nun-Ian   'nou'iu    tKi   ai  much ns a whole company In India.  A Habit Stanley Had.  It  wa*  remarked  ol  the  late  Bir j  H. M. Htanley during his la������t visit to i  Nrw York thai lie .*to</d a![ th.; tin,* ,  with his back to the wall during re-1  iceptmn* intend of *tendiri������ out whore  part in races in different parts of tho-  country on the following day have to  lie properly sheeted up anu sent off  to tho railway station, each under the  charge of a Ind who wi'.l not allow  the animal out of his sight until he'  returns to Kgerton House. Before  this tour is completed the veterinary  surgeon has probnbly arrived upon,  one of liis periodic inspections, and  thia necessitates another visit to the  horses to sen thnt they are quite  sound and thnt there are no symptoms of colds or other illnesses in the  stud, '  Mr. Marsh is then free to return to  liis room nnd there deal with the  Inrgo number of letters that demand  intention day hy day. Ho trains for  half a dozen or so other owners in  addition to the King, nnd he has to  consider carefully each of their denim* nnd instructions and to determine how best-these mny he carried  into effect, He hns <i!ho accounts for  forage, traveling expenses, shoeing,  middlery, nnd so forth to go through  and apportion to the different owner*.  Supposing that hi* preicnco is not  demanded at a ������iu'e meeting that  afternoon, "Dick" Marsh���������as ho i#  known to every supporter of the turf,  from the highest to the lowest���������l* froe  to virit the (raining ground* whew  hi* horse* are nt work. The training  of each animal is quite distinct, according to the events for whicli it i������  entered, nnd no two horses can b������  handled exactly alike. Work thnt  would mnko a Derby winner of one  might cntise another to brC'itk dowi������  entirely or tn turn "huii" In its teni-  pit. It i������ only by the nm������t careful  and painstaking study of each hor<c'+  temperament mid jui<jft,vn<>rrt������ie* tiitti-  * ifH.i.ft Villi )u,'pf li.' ������l'l  lhe he.-^t ������.'l.it  of it  Mr. March's private room i* ono. of  the mont ltitereMing apartment* .if  its kind that could rio������������ibly he met  with, Ui>on nvfry fide are lo he seen  relic* ot tnmmi* uic.ciiori-.eh ami mementoes of raoen that have now entered  Into the history of the Briti.di turf.  There are, for instance, Ihe plate*  (us the light shoe* thnt rncehor*e*  wear are technically known) that  Persimmon wore when It defeased  Mr. J������'vip/>M ih> JlfiihtchlVVt f\rw  hor"' Ht, Frunquin in the-Derby of  1������M,  nfter nm- of lhe  fiercest   *tr\>c-  {f-ripfo would f>������*s< behind liirn,   J^dy ' fh-# that evfn Kp������om  .in* "v*r ������,t-  Itanley   laughingly   explained   that, m������*f<ed, and m pieced the first "hi nf  *" [ thi* was an old habit contracted  in , rlbbeti of th** turf" to the credit  of  Household Hint.  "Your meringue*,'*   myt   the mil  trees, "arc to delightfully frothy and ) Airica"-iharSUtt!e7niwaVs"ati������d with  liBht.   How in the world do you t-et������hi* back against n tre������ or a barricade  li'it-m that xayt"  "If*  th*  ne*r   hutler,  mum,'  by l������lrk'������ wide mid funght tbe Apnehe*.; nired  in~Hnitii~f Mu-������-t.  \Vt������tiinn.ii.r  .    , ,      ., ,      .... ������  .    t  And I'll Mand by Duck ���������������������!������,,, nl. the UnV pJomptly Vturued u/ !"'t^    !*&��������������� ������������������������*���������   *'lIe uicd t0 be ���������  world    Kvrrvbodr Is la a tonsplnicrl mi.Mrc*a. '  narotT, mum.  } ������h������n  brought in <w>trart -*iih  iim  ex- (aaa-nft*-*,   and ft  had   become attch   n  h*bit with him that lie took that posi-  tion no matter where he wai.  tfr late Kin* K-lward.  It l������ almoM Impossible te count th������  miinbfr <*t jit*-*-!-*,*.* (hM Mr. M*r������H  ha* received dnrine hi* lentrthy t������t-  pcrlence as a truner from grateful  owner*. THE   NFAVS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLOMBIA.
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pni t 'hoti i'1" fnrB on "co I*- tl 1ml,.'
3!ivi>- "  "ns- Oi H ��� ,
(il.) Tlio tptentlty of wntor applied
f-r i in cnHo f'iet per .second):
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(o.) Tho chnnctor rf tho propound.
wn k :'���' ��� iiecih " ii >v t n'Hvr'Mi I:h. i����� ��*
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or in Iho viuinil ��� f Uo Wallin.'t m 0 till,
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PSCI'HLl   till September 23 to any address
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Seneral Elections Septsmber 21
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NOTIOK TO THK PliHUtJ.
II ivjnn bu li ii l��'i,'f "iiM'hiiiii'oiniil m I1
ii' l-'miiMnny, I will In i'u urn !>"<'.< im
lriinl n Bloc't' f i 11 I iinlH nf Huy, Civhi,
nud 1'oi'd nt. tow(>��I, n��inhot iiiuh,     A
NOTICK
Any person nr pui^ons, c.uttitij).
iviiii'viiio or ta!;in��.r nny i.ln;k^;
tinilnu' or wood, nl any iUjK;riptit)di-
ii'loii^iiio f) tlie W^!liii(.;t()ii Colliery I'o'y, or from or nil" t!u! Iiuui
uf tin; .^iiiil Ooiniiiinv. or ninoiic
tipping rubb's'.i of ;my i-lcsc'.i'i|itinii
i'juyjA^iero upon. _jhc, wj\\tiiUiv'��..
la'ul will In- proncciiUnl to tlio full
extent of tno luw.
av. i,. con.poN",
(iwiionil iMniuigor
Wi.-lliiiilt.u) Coliiio-y Uo,y.
2-UlZ Ji"E.
11UI'EUT 1.AN1) U'.SntlUT
Di-tlR-l  Of   KupiTJ
TAKM lio'io" j liul Gniilincr Al-
exuiiiiM' r.ni'iv Spencer > i Ab.ii eil.i
O.il., oi't'iipni ior p'linilicr, inleml-
lo ." pnly f.ir pet iiijr-iun'o puusliiiM'
the fullowim; df.-i'iii ed iinuli : ���
fjoimil- !irii;(^ ,!t   ,i    posl    }��� J., l'.' e-1
ahum !!'! t'linins wo-i  of ilu- ������nrli
ea.-��i entiHH' *.if ^i("i.>n 24, 'I'owns-liip
;21, Ihe'ire wi'.-t 80 t !i;iu s\ llieiice
; rfoii111 80  cliiuuK, i In nto   rusii SO
ohni11h. ��� h< i ei* ' i r. !i in ,-n;' li tn: e
1 of Wolf L:iKf ih> liec wtjFit'i-ly nlonu
, ^onlli .--hurt- 'o ive-r en' nf lure,
] I hi-nee ���.���io i nKii-,�� iin:: h yhi-f til/i'U1
j 10 r.haiiis-. i hence lior li !pt> phie,e of
lootnn.onc'o in-lit, eoi l.iinioji <h>'0
\ j aci'e-- mote or Ic s
Kciil.i-.�� on (lis ,-A A.B.S.V N.K.
ooiner.
(iAIill.NKi;   Al.KXAM)]-.-' lillAOY
SpK.\oi:i!.
It'in  0!i>'k. Auenl
Dated f'e r-- li--- 1-1'h. ID 10.
nui'c.u r i. mi DismcT
Ui.-'i .t" i'f ll-ipfi i
TAKKnnii-c in.-ii  Jnhn   !I.-ii>_\
Kcrriiihii Kkh no-en.  uf   Vi tu-oii
ver. li.   C,   i i:ein-:ii mn   S fiiinli.'M'
ttewiiiii, in ���-nd-' 'i> ,i -iiiy   For pev-
OiiSFi-'ll    O  plliemi.-t-     l!lO    fnlluniil'!
iiescji'C.1 Im tl>:--Ciimiijci o.n^ al
,i post p'iinHil iiiioiit -4U e.!iiiinp
norlh ol llm M-inhwcH cort.i-r of
S ction o, TiHin-li p -jl, ilietu'o uo-si
s (To Ka TmiTrr.TnTjrTwTnrr s o"i rrr i i r?v
ilu ncc o.isi 80 cii. in-; theiutj,, i.oifo
���SOcliaiii" io plnco nf com im nco
im-nt coiiiuii.ii.g U-1U nc.-eri niore o-
J. Jf K K's N K.-crner.
John,liiwiiY. KmuunoU. luciiAun-
i-O.N.
Dun (Ji  ik, A-.en i.
���;i'.llii!{ oa Iik:ohiuii\"-'s aiid    nil
R'ltv cars  ul   toe   Union   OoHicrv ,     '^'^1 lhremln-,- Kill,, 1910
U l'.J-:UT  UxND  I)^'IEICT
District of ltupert
TAKE noiuo ihat lieiIrani Jarues
Ta&kor.of VaiioMiver, li. <J." occupation Kxpit"?.�� Mmvigor intends t<>
lo npply for petnnwion So puiciias��
ihe full '.iny dc.-c:il.i'il lnnd.-:���-
CoiMP cili" ul a ] (M planjed
aho'j 1)0 cliii:> win ofihe ^ uih
e,< conio- ot Sc-iinn '_'���}, Tmvn-
^iup21, .lie c- m-L 6<J ciiaios,
lhe ice ftuiili 80 ri ii-ii!, l! ct.ec eiist
SO Chain', l:.i i re -. n-v. ,Sv) i.' ,ii:,.>,
lo plate i f i;.,|t in,.ii, i i!.c:.i. kiu-
tninii p (5 JJ i-i-K-f ion:i- or li'.-��i.
Ho.-il-ed ni 5.0.1 NjM.! TV .WI."
h-l.TKTKAM ,1 \MJ.v  T.V-KKli,
I'���ni  riark, a��eiit
Dale I lA-ci-inl-oi lliu,  I'.IIO.
urricirr i.and i^stkujt
Di-Hliict of lliipcrt
TAKK muiee ihai .Miii->:;-oriie
Leilcii nf Ynt.couvH. II C . meii-
pali.-ii l;,i!i.-la,iv, nncii,i> tn npply
ior j>(.|iii;t-"-io:i -n r)un !.:i-i- the lol-
Unxii-H tieM-rilml i!,: ti-:   -
Oi'iilOiOi "!,.�� ,i! (l |,n.-.[ i.lai'.ml
at, lhe iemtii 1 a.-t eoic- r uf ;*\.i: ion
.'M, To-.viifi ip '.:0. ll��'i,ee we-i" bO
i:hsiin��, iheuie Mn.tli SO tli.iio-,
llli'iiet; ea-.i 80 el.ai:.-. 'I-.-ikc l.urih
SO clnins lo ]ii,in u: i-u-niMi-, '���-���
UKjiii, eoiit.iii,!!i^ (ilO -ev;, moro
or le-s.
yct-ilied .v., pus..-. M.l.'.'s N. K cor.
r,o..li  n ISk,  lown-li.p9.nuil ic::l D.u>    (.,al|.    .v,en,
ion lli.Te.^.-.liip-in.h-ncewesi-lO    ^^ Dmmll(,r ](5,, ' ]!jl0; ' "
ciiHins,   ilo" <-o   m���; 1111   s()   oliiiim-. j
'lii'uei. vU'f-i -Jl) chain-, il;i'i:eo iOtuli I ���.������-     ���-,-������������������������������������-��
St) chain.-; Hence .,,m -Ju   i-lK.ii..-. |     L'.t'TKRT LvND   DISTRICT
liii'ncc. noiili -10 i'li:i:i'.'-. Mieiii f i'ii.-t j ' Dialriol t>? iluport,
TAKE rm'ii e tba: Eds'a   Fi-hfr
UUFKKT LAND UIS?1>ICI"
Uisuiiit, of Ri-.jreit.
TAKK not, ot* 'liat  Kum.ri Mao Ln.-on
of Vauoouver, U.''.   > ccuj at;<ni ���,Widow,
i luiids tu Jipi'l.v  fir I'ti)'' is i"ii  l�� jinr:
eh:i��' On- fi.linwi'H d K-ib >l hi. il : C, ni
iinnoiii^ nt tt a |> ��t  i 1; n'.i'U   I'oiii   a-1-
linlu nortli   and -id cin.i s ��� i: 1 nf ihe S. K.
'corner of Seu inn-.I, T w.i-lu;>  S,   Uu'ict
in rth SO ul.iiin^i thonco ms. NO chaii p,
tlionou muit'i 80 0 mill'.   tlience west,  b(j
cl nin->'o jiIhci-o' i;onu:.iico:iii-ut, contisn
in,',' lilO iiuroi. ni r-s'tr I'is.
fScnbcil 'ii po 1 R^1J/������ S.W. foriirr.
K.N��;iKA Mak I.i.i:m>n,
JJ ii DijiI;. Ano.'t.
Dat tl DoL-tMiUn- llth, liio)
KL,l,l-;i'. I1 LAN.) PI -TUKiL'
Disli ui 0   lit jier:     ;
TAKK   ?OIICK    tlmt   A.loliiitlt!   Kstci
0 nrk    lU-wii,    nf    l.rim. tii-.il    y.   V.,
iiiiu-rii.il woman. uitomU tn npply f> r p<-r-
mission to pnith u-v tlie  fn'lowM a ib mviIi-
wt lamh : ���O in I.OIIij.', nt ll   piihl   pUnUil
ist ���joiitli wont our cr of Sseinn   P.1,  Ti.wn-
l-llip 9,  tlli-U.'-i-   liurlh    lit I   ���Ul'lllll-.,     I iciii'i.
eusl 80 tliuin��,   llifiicii    Mintli   Si)   clniiii-,
tlii-liui w-i'it !'U e.'iiiinii in jjl-ii'o  ol uoninn n-
mt-nl limit iiuing 010 at'ies m.ii'c er lo,-s.
Scrihul mi ]w-.i. ,\. IC I'. If*. S.W   cir
A'j)i:i.Aii)K ICsti:i: i'laiii: lh: iwx,
lem c:i.nii, iif,'-ii ,
Dn'otl Dton.lK" Kith. I hi 0.
itUHiinwJ uiiM^<ft>ui��-4Uiiiuri.v ***** w-javja-%1 art ���\ia^atxa.t.-o
UlTICItT LAND   DISTRICT
Disli'icl of Knpeit
TAKE iiotico ihut U-.chiiiend
Chillies lli-s cf Vnnt Oliver. Iv C.
iJr.iku' iniciids to npidy fnr per
mr-sion to piii'clnue 'ho f(.Iniivinl1
de?cni'ed lands:- tNin.niencin^ nl
a po? 1 pl.inled at  -\    posi    ouiivcei.
oo.'opiiiiy ny any pcixm .w o-i''
nn-p ��� oxet'pt 'nin mow ���i. strict ly
iM'oh'"' ilinl.    Enipioy��.T!5   tv  ���-. 111 ��-
'��-<: to nl-mi-sii1   to'- ni.lowitie   Siiin-
liv order
W.  L.   COUPON,
Cicnoral Maiutocv.
llUrKI'.i' l..\M��IHSl'l!kT
L)i tiici i-f liujiu L
TAKK NUICK tli L.l.,iu�� 11 .nl-haw.
or Kinioiii, I Ion m,  v,-,\ p 11,   1,1 u h
i'i apply I'or \> n.i:Hb. , 1 ��� i-nrnii,! i> ['ns
loiloWMij,' (ietei-ilni. Irini's:- (Joiiim ne, nif
t 11 po-t iilnn '0 m in e. w.fioi 1 e ��� V..
e. run m Soo i 11'il, ni-.viiisl.ip 'i'i, 1.,. inje
11'rth JO 1I1 i b, iii no \mhc Si) nln.i s,
1'luno bo'.Ii ���iUclui.H, honcn I'.it 6U
chains in plne.e nl' nm m nuciiieut, tnn-
laiiii n ;cju  aci'ih iii-ie > 1 UiHh
���10 1 liniiis. tin oce 1 orth iSO chains to
piacnof t Oinnioncen ent eoiilninii'{i
6 10 i.en-s ui..;e or   le:--:
i*cri!>ed or. 1 osl 111." I J'.- N K cor.
UlCIIMOXD Cl'.AUI.Krt   Miss
Dnn Uiarli, n^-nl.
I) ued Decemli.-rli) li. 15H0.
KUlMCltT LAND   DlriTKICT
DiSTICt   Of    IlllipTt
TAKE noiico ihat Delia llrot.ks.
of Vane live-. ]'��� C. ^.ii'ii^d
woman, iirends to nppy f -r per-
mis-ion to purchp-e tie fnllowin};
ilenjiihed   linn's:��� Coiiiiiie; cin-/   ai
irrsr"pi?n"nMri'iTTri" rr-TTiTwi'+T'i'or"'
ner of Hi'i-ii'ti 30, Toiwish'p 0
ihei'Ce east .l:0 chains. 1 hence south
SO chaoi-', ti 0 ce \ms: SO renins,
���heiuv. nnrili 8') cl iiins to | lice of
imiu cencon.eni coiitiii in^ ')40
acies lupio or U^s.
[jcribed on 1'ost D  H�� ��� N. \V   cor.
Diil.liA  MliOi KS,
Dan Clark, AjiUi.i.
D.ted Dtfe-ml'er 17-h.   1U1��>.
Spi'ie er of Al'tiit-o.-i, Ci'l., in.'irricd
w-'tnaii, ii'ctiiU ion; ply for permission 10 })i!i-','ha.-e ine following
de-erii'i ,���! )::\ti)�� \- - '
('I'liiioei.i ii'i: id n ]-,o-t pl.in'ed
at '-liosomii u-rH i-iiisier of Section
2 Township 21, il-ciue e��.-i SO
eh,'ins,    ther.ee   on'th   HO ch-iiio-',
tl-.ee.-e we.-i St' en.I'll". lhi-l.Ce MHlth
SO ohfcii.s 10 plnco. 1 f cctnoit'i'Cf-
mciil, 0.11 :ii-.i;ie iii'^' aces moio or
Sor t'i'd mi o,^; E K.FVSW.ct-r.
'"li/CA   KlSlMMl   >-|'i-iST!-:R
D.-ii. Cl '.k. A-en'..
Da t ed -\) ('.-TiTi h"G"r rij nvrl", 1 IT 1^
j|j.^-^��:,^''^*.ci��/^^i!^'>^r^lMA'jy;,      Sun bun (m prM ,) Ms ,>,K, ciioi.t
, '.i J.UIl'JI IMlViiHll.WV,
>     O. H TARBELL     ri
tl 1      ���    ���"���!���**  -��������*����� it* maa*'���ar*.***t.ln*nf -.        rnm-'mm  ,        I,
{high mm. stoves |
f'rti-il ml  KilCiltiW , UTL.iMisll.Si <���'
\        '     - - )
\ Sportsmens Goods f \^v^h;^
a General Hardware *
$ 1* ,_.���,      .,,, ,
Hpcoiiillj'will In'niui'n nf ro lor im'IIhIiciI j^y^^*^>'��V^��^;/<**^^ Scr bul 111 jesl UJ",u'-"s^ eiiii'i
foi'(li!'U'hnrn"i. wliio-i ����� ih mn e a, k, vine I ��������_MM���.�������M.*��,MM,M.M.���.���mv���.��J��.11 .    Ooi I'lui'v, .\nont���
1 Iin IJlmi, D.UIl   .
Dftlcl I) w'HiLi'i- I'..'lh, P.Uii.
UUI'KliT LAND Dl^riilLT
JlUiii'st nf linpi'i".
TAKK NOTO I'. Ih.r,   Ouulo.'i  .Iii.Iiimh
Mnn r. ��� I' ii 1.(no 1,    |N ;Y.,   tot ml  u 111-
i;r, 11 lends m   iippu  f. r  poem ssion   !<���
;.'   il- m ihli 1   ���ninl :
nled 'J  liii i\i
wobI o tiin .ST: ��� ni-.'i'i' <,' Si ciion ���.'���!, T,.��'i,
hip tiu. Oi-nuii  ii it  s.;uti..i h, tun (�����
��� uflt m)  cliiiiu ,   In 1,(.:���,> ij 11 hfeo chains,'
thoiicn wi. 1 Si) ..iiiiins   1 ��� |)lxi!ii nt ii ,,i,iii-
t'.cciiMit   c iiliii iiu' W'':>  m-e , 1 '���:������ ,0'
'0H|I, '  HAItl.l.-' tJllIWll.V Vl.N'KU
u.* rrw��iMriNi.f 0.m.m..tnm **wm-.-*t. m^..r,rmnMVi��� amiii
of "in' thire in t'n c.o t of tin I.     0i'>lo'n
Dated 0 0 m'ei P.I li   llliu
^���vin Hie tfi(initil,��r or 1 y jile mi  v i 1   he [ ^*^fttfS��(S��j>^!��'^^��>!}��g $ift(��Q(} ^A 1 ������*������������"���������������-���-
protnp ly I'lU'il,     TniinUiiiur ymi for >01.r
littr mun iu die i��.sl on I no'ici im; a ''mi
ItUI'KUrLANDDISTUIOI'
J JM' III  t'l       I I 11,II   Hi.
* FAIRFIELD $
pownr or minim?     purpoBCH (loncrll.o Y-mn-lu'nnin.mnl, ��| ^n^��X^ *t,^ |t .,,���,��� ,;,,,, ,a,,p|y r���rp, .���, -
tho j'lncn v/hol'O tho wnter l�� to   ho ..,,,,.       # .1,,1A<K     IT.oi'. ;J Uion 0 jm 0 tn-nihe   r llmvi ;{,ii. ei- limi
rt.turiuul to     Homo imtuml ohnnnol,       ���        l��i K�� )i\  Llw\>M��UU|).   4, mMmm......  tb I lnnd : ��� ���tUni'ifi i-<u n p, 1 ,.|i,nt,i| ���m
mid tho ilifTcrcnflft In altitude hotwoon
point of tlivcrfllon nnil point of re-
tiir At a loiiviinioiit pliu'" In-low t-�����
H leiuhton l��''.iu in tlio vanity (��'utM
Jtrnwn ll'vi-r, Ki'otionu 10 ii-iil 11 'i'u., I),
Own DUtm*. T-'it pont, of Mtini in
nhn it ���Jim) fo.ii. hiwur iiltituilo .h��n tho point
of ill o"i<) 1.
UUI'Klir IjANIj nlSI'lilUl'
Ui!.tric,S ol' Uiipi rl..
T\KH Nol'U M tlmt Hov nl D lie,
1 (' Hii.Kliiniili n, ^Y. in cl in: 1 .in 0 i!s to
apply I'nr porn i-sion to pit o mi-e tin' t'ol-
luwi in drs-cri"!* ��� Iniiiln- (.'< in- ���hil-ijihk n*-
.1 p st I'lni id - mini- ivei-t m lh-
smit'i east c nm r ul'y n i 11 21, I'mtiiship
'^0, heiioiW" t Mi clni ���, 'h iici mum
Hu e dti-.n, U1131110 tnttt Sil nlioiii, ttltlHu
ni'i'tli WI t-'h e'S 11 plncw ol ij imn.'iOViM nt,
u.lr.ii   illL lilt) ai'l'es, Iiiii',   OI'liHi,
Skilled on p'si KD'- N K, u.im-i'
I'.inVAKI) llVKM
1 1>ii 1 (ilinli, Ay.o.it.
Uiitiil .'hi onh'T mill, T.) 0.
  UUI'KUI' LAND I JS'iUlCL'
Dhl 10L0I' liiipurr.
TAKKNoTUIBthit Tlioaiai F-t-d.-riok
I'iiHUe.r, of ViiiKjniiVi'i, I'.I'!., icloj,p'iplj
1,per t.i, int. una tn npi'l) lor p<" nd -
Llm to i.iiimIi to tlm f'.i,' win^ ih'Builhtiil
ininls:--lJ' noniiiieinp, ���i �� . "st, plmP-il ai
ilie i.oi'ih we t.iini'iiii'-1 f S u i 'u IH, town
, hip II limine fiiUtli HO elmtiF, t'onin
wist Md i'ii ni. heiioi nor h HI) elmim,
|,'iii ee wn-t !v) iii'iii-K t" p a'e ��� f eo'i-
ne'.iiMicn , co.itii 11 11 (i'ii a i(.'H, moiv
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m ~-TTr"^--'  THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ,1  CUNBURM.  &y-B:Ll^m&&-*-:  Everybody now ������dmits  Zam-Buk best for these,  ket. it five YOU eaw  ������nd comfort. "  Prucf'll* *"-* Stem averytvhtr*  am Buk  Their Favorite Alibi  v>oW--llow  do  you  Ret  out of  it  when  the  missus ��������� scolds you lor  not  nnswerins,' tlio bell?  Waitress���������I   always  toll  luT| l   was  making    maytmnoise.���������Harper s  Kiiar.  NAVAL RANK.  Ba-  STARVEDliERVES  THE CAUSE   OF    NEURALGIA-IT  MUST BE TREATED THROUGH  THE BLOOD  Neuralgia is a cry of the nerves for  more and better hlood. It literally  means that the nerves are being  starved. Like every other pnrt of tho  body the nerves receive their nourishment through the blood. There is  therefore no doubt that Dr. Williams  Pink Pills will cure the worst cases  of neuralgia. They actually make  new rich blood, carrying to the starved nerves the, elements tbey need,  thus driving away the sharp,  torturing pains which nearly drives  the sufferer wild. So many cases of  neuralgia have yielded to treatment  through Dr. Williams'-.Pink Pills  that every sufferer from this dreaded  trouble should, lose no time in Riving,  the Pills a fair trial. Mrs. Sophia,  H. Johnson, Mozan, Sask., says:  "For upwards of ten years T was a  periodical sufferer from neuralgia.-It  located in the side of my face and in  the jaw, which would actually click  every time I opened' or closed my  mouth. At times the pains would be  almost unendurable, and as time  ���������went on, my whole nervous system  -seemed to be affected. I was con-  ���������stontly doctoring, but the doctor did  not seem to be able to give me per-  ���������riianent relief, and at last T decided  to Try.. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. I. got  a half dozen boxes, and before they  were half gone I felt much better,  and by the time I had used them all  everyo symptom of the trouble had  gone, and I was enjoying a comfort  I had not known for years. I have  -sanee-remained-inahe_hest^.LJ,icaML,  and can only say I owe the joy,of  living without pain to Dr. Williams  Pink" Pills." '    ���������    ���������  Sold by all medicine dealers or by  mail at 50 cents ��������� a box or, six boxes  ������or $2.50 from The Dr. Williams  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  :"Is your family doctor of the new or  ���������old' school?"  "The newest, I believe,"  "What is his distinguished peculiarity?" .   -       ���������  "Small doses and big fees.  A stitch in time saves nine, and  ftvery house flv killed early saves a  thousand at least later on, Wilson's  Fly Pads will kill many times more  flies than any other article.  How to Read the Signs on a Sea-Going  ��������� Officer.  It is safe to say that of the tens of  thousands who will witness- the Naval  Review on June 24th at Spithead very  lew will be able to distinguish an admiral from a commander, or an engineer-lieutenant from a fleet-paymaster; and yet to tho initiated it is the  simplest thing in the world. One  glance at the sleeve of his coat is sulli-  fient for tho well-informed; tor, where-  as the army oflicer carries the insignia  of his rank on his shoulder, the naval  oilier carries his in gold stripes extending'round the sleeve.  Naval ollicers comprise tho executive or military brunch,"and the ongi-  veering, -medical, and accountant  branches. Whereas the executive otli-  cer is always recognized by fhsu uppermost shipe on hisarm being extended  into a small circle of gold lace above  it, all the stripes of the other branches  go straight round the sleeve, and in  addition have a distinctive colored  cloth between the stripes. Thus the  engineer ollicer always has purple  cloth'between the stripes,-the medical  ollicer always has red, and the accountant officer has white, so the observer can at once see to what branch  an ollicer belongs.  As  regards  rank,    the   number  ol  stripes will inform him.   Two stripes  indicate   a   lieutenant,   ah   engineer-  lieutenant, a sur'geon, or a paymaster  ���������always  having   regard  to  the  gold  circle   on   the   uppermost   stripe   for  the lieutenant, or the purple,, red or  white cloth between the stripes, and  no  circle,   tor   the   other  branches.  Three stripes, of which the middle one  is only halt the thickness oi the other  two,  indicate  a  senior Teutenant or  senior engineer, a staff-surgeon, or a  staff-paymaster;   while   three   stripes  all  of  the  same; thickness denote  a  coriimander, a fleet-surgeon, or a fleet-  paymaster. ���������   . ' ���������  A captain has four stripes.   Officers  ol  admiral's   rank   have always one  broad gold stripe nearest the cuff, and  from one to four thinner gold stripes  above  it.    Thus,  a  rear-admiral  has  tlie broad stripe and one stripe above  it; a vice-admiral has two above, an  admiral has three,  while an admiral  of tiie fleet���������of whom there are only  five on the active list, one of whom  is King George���������has four.   An admiral  always  wears  aiguillettes,  as do  the  officers on his stall,-such as liis flag-  lieutenant or his secretary  .Midshipmen���������who,  from   their   demeanor, might sometimes be mistaken  for  an admiral���������have  no  stripes,   as  they   are   not  commissioned  officers;  but. they have a small square of white  cloth on  the  front of  the collars  of  their coats.   There are many other minor dilierehces  in  uniform,   scarcely  perceptible  to  those  outside  tlie ser-  -V;ieer-oui-an--intelligent-observation-of-  tlie  above details- is! fully   sufficient  to tell an officer's rank.���������Tit-Bits.-  Constipa+ion in tha  root of many forms of  sickness and of an  endless amount of  human misery.  Dr. Horse's  Indian  Root Pills,  thoroughly tested hy  over fifty years of use,  have been proved a  safe and certain cure  for constipation and  all kindred troubles.  Try them. *.  25c a box.  Economical  Doctor���������"You'll he all right in a  day or so. It's nothing but a slight  cold."  Canny patient���������"! was hopin'  it was malaria, doc. I've got a lot o*  quinine an' I hate to see it go to  waste."���������Judge.  Deafness Cannot Be Cure*/  rf local applications, ns they cannot reach the dl*  tued portion of ths ear. There la only one way U  lure dentness, and that la by constitutional remedies,  Dealueua ts caused by an inflamed condition ot the  raucous llnliiR ot the Eustachian Tube. When thii  tube la lnilameil you have a ruml)llt,<t Bound or imperfect hearing, and when It la entirely closed, Deat-  neu Is tho result, and unless the lnOanii..atlon can ba  taken out and this, tube restored to Ita normal condl-  ilou, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine caaea  out ot ten are caused by Catarrh, which ta nothing  but an InOamed condition ot the mucous surface*.  Wo will give Ono Hundred Dollars tor any case pt  Oeatness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured  ������T Hall's Catarrh Cure.  Send (or circulars, tree.  F. J. CHENEY * CO.. Toled* ������������  Bold by Druggists. 75c.  Take Hall's Family Pills tor constipation  Many a man's failure is due to the  fact that he bit off more than he  could chew. - "  Keep Minard's Liniment in the house  IH  the  Mistress���������"Well,      what  weather to ho like?"  Gardener���������"Well, mum. T dunno;  but the paper do say "forecast'.' ���������  Punch.  I was cured of Bronchitis nnd Asthma hy MJNAHTVS L1NTMKNT.  MRS, A. LlVINGSTONI'l.  Lot IS. V. v.. I.  I was cured of n  severe nUnok of  Rheumatism    by   MINAKD'B   L1NI.-  AfVVT  Mnhone Bay. JOHN MADKR.  I wns cured of n  sevorelv .sprained  leg by MJNAllir.S L1N1MKNT.  JOSHUA A. WYNACIIT.  iBridgewiiter.  The tn������n who calls hiinsi'lf n fnlnl-  tat neatly always is ohse-oied hy tear!  Isn't it nilhi'i-.. sirens)ir fo upi'iik nf  n young phy.-irian'n service as "practice!"- ilinlgi',  An AlwiWh Rmiflv Pill, To Miuhh <>f  Ti-Riilnr lin'iit mnllHii.' N of UUh* <"���������  ci������rn, liut "I"1 iti"l majii'-iiy <���������!' men i'i'"'  not. of rnKiilnr linhlt. Tli" v.-orry mil  i-.urwi of IiiihIwkk tirivcnt It. nml nut of  tlm irregularity of llfii I'lnni'ii ilymii'iirtliii  Indigent Inn, liver nml Idilnnv troulili'H n't  a protem. Tlii' inn.iluv n H.vnli'iii (leiui'iiiH  a corrective nml 'lien- |m le'iie IicIIit tti"ll  Vannolecu Wgitiihlf PIIIh, They nre  wimple In tlii'lr iohhionIiIoii nnd '-mi, lie  taken by llm mont delli'iitely romiiitiited.  Not Up  to Him  Teacher- Tell nm! Now do you  prove Die fiirlli  U round?  Dull but Smart I'upil-I never snid  It was!  Kvcrv wiuiiiin i������ a law unto her husband.  The fewer frit-mis you have Ihe  smaller he income you will need.  How to  Buy a Dog. .0  Buying a dog is not so easy as it  looks; mere is so much "faking." A  good Irisli terrier, jor instance, should  nave a stiff, wiry coat, a pronounced  red col'br, a long, narrow head, small  eyes and ears wliieh hang down. The'  ears of a bull terrier, an Aberdeen  terrier or a Yorkshireman should stick  up, but be careful the wily dealer has  not produced this effect with cardboard.  A bulldog should have a shovel  shaped mouth, with the under jaw  protruding upward, and a wide chest.  There are one or two things to look  out for in buying a dog. Some dealers  try to palm off an old dog as a young  oue by scraping his yellow teeth,  whicli show signs of ago, and painting  his gray muzzle, Bright eyes are often produced by a smear of vaseline  and a cold nose produced hy Stockholm tar, but you can detect the presence of those aids by smell.  Perfumes  For  Royalty.  What are the perfumes favored by  royalty?  In the Britjsh court "Ess Bouquet"  ���������is probably tne first favorite, ami lias  been so since about 182!). The recipe  for this special perfume ia jealously  guarded by tho manuiueturer, and all  that he admits is that it is 'composed  ol umber, mixed witli essences ot rose,  violet, jasmine, orauge-llowers, and  lavender.  The poet-Queen of lioumanla, Car.  man Sylva, Has also a secret perfume,  distilled, it is said, from (lowers lound  iu the heart ol a forest, to which none  but the liiiucn'o llowei'-galiieiers are  admitted.  I'ei'liaps tlie greatest lover of scents  ii the Tsarina of Uussia, who uses a  great quantity of violet*, and her  np.irlirieiiis are daily .sprinkled witli  ine essence* of various Mowers. While  tne tjueen of Holland uses nothing  out eau-de-Cologiie,  Self-praise is almost as valuable as  the other things you get foro nothing.  Don't ignore the few house flies  you see in June. Unless you commence using Wilson's Fly Pads > early  your house will be overrun by them  in  midsummer.  Good Combination  "How do .lack   nnd   Joanne   ever  managejo scrape _a^living?^_ ^__ '.'  ""WliyT-lie  makes~the " moiTey~flrsf  and" she makes it last." "���������...���������'.  A Boon for the Bilious.���������The liver is a-  very sensitive organ and easily deranged,  When this occurs there is undue secretion  of bile and the acrid liquid flows into  the stomach nnd sours it. It is a .jiiost  distressing ailment, and many are Jirone  to it. '"In this condition a man finds the  best remedy in Parmelee's Vegetable Pills,  which are warranted to speedily correct  the disorder, There is no better medicine  in tho entire list of pill preparations.  The boy who was started wrong is  probably father to the man who habitually stops at nothing,���������Puck.  Most family trees require a lot of  whitewash to keep the insects off.  T  RY MURINE EYE REMED  tf  For Red, Week, Weary, Watery Eyes and,  GRANULATED EYELIDS  Murine Doesn't Smart-Soothes Eye tain  Oronliu S������U MariM Ey. ftt-tair, Un.fi, He, SOe, $1.60  Muria* Eye Salve, in Aiaptie Tubes, 25c, $1.00  BYE BOOKS AND ADVICES FRKE BY MAIL  MurineEyeRemedyCo.,Chicaao  A CHAMPION MURDERESS.  Canada's  Annals Contain  a. Record-  Break ing Case.  Gory pamphlets used,.;to be issued  after executions not only in this country, but in England, ln London there  were printing-shops which produced  nothing but horrible booklets treating of murders and hangings. .They  enjoyed a tremendous1 sale and were  bought by all classes of people.     "  One of the most expensive of these'  pamphlets extant is a book of 32 pages,  describing the iniquitous career and  tragic end of Sophia Hamilton, who  was sentenced to death at b'redericton, '  N.H., in 1845, (or an almost incredible  series of crimes. And if the story contained iu the pamphlet, is true she was  entitled to the championship" as a  murderess,       ".        ���������  The achievements of Kate Bender  and Belle tiunness were trivial by  comparison. One .may speak llippant-  ly now of her career, since all concerned are in their graves, but the  people of New Brunswick, sixty years  ago, mentioned her n'ama with shud-  derings. Her father was a murderer  before her. and was killed by a dog  belonging to one of his victims. Sophia/when 17 years of age, married  an excellent young man, who refused  to believe stories he heard reflecting  upon her character, After being married awhile he was convinced that  the stories were, true, and took his  young wife to task,-which,, proved, so  embarrassing to her that she placed  ���������poison; in his snup, and he died the  death. /  Then she established a wayside inn  near Woodstock, N. B��������� gathered  about her a corps of skillful homi-  cidul experts and took up murder  and robbery as. her life \work. She  had the house remodeled to facilitate  hor work and there were rooms with  trapdoors in the floor, and sliding  panels in the walls, and similar contrivances. Her cellar became ��������� a  morgue. At first she buried her victims carefully, but as time went on  and business increased she became  rather careless and just left them  lying around.  There was much.itraffic; along the  quiet road where; her inn stood. The  banking tacilities of that time were  not as they uow. are, and some of the  travelers on their way to buy furs or  lumber or other merchandise carried  large sums of money. 'Sophia ejisily  picked out such travelers when they  stopped at her, cozy caravansary, and  made herself agreeable to them and  treated them to wine which she had  drugged with much skill; and then  the travelers vanished fr:m the face  of the earth. ' ie did not-always, kill  them in the inn, however. She was a  woman1 of. resources. Two gentlemen  from Quebec who .were on a fur buying expedition visited the inn, and  ���������Sophia-soon���������lear-h&d���������thatr4hey���������hifd-a-  large sum of money in gold. She was  hoping they would stay for the night,  but they had an unreasonable desire  to. push on and started away in their  sled. Sophia,, seeing they could not  be detained, sent a couple of her deputies up the' road to waylay them.  The deputies stretched a rope across  the road, and when the travelers  horse ran into it the murderers did  their work, and Sophia came up just  in time to see the victims die and relieve them of $10,000 in gold. Upon  another occasion she waited upon a  guest at the breakfast table with her  own fair hands, and took occasion to  stab him in the back while he was  commenting upon tho excellence of  the coffee.  Finally Sophia was arrested for the  murder of a Quaker, whose body was  found  in hei   cellar,    She was tried  at Fredericton and sentenced to death,  but sbm| of 1k-t friends managed to  convey-poison to her a few days before  the date set for the hanging and she  uied in her cell.  NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers  stop the meanest, nastiest, most persistent headaches In half an  ,   hour or less.     We guarantee that they contain no opium,  morphine or other poisonous drugs. 25c. a box at your druggists',  or by mail from, '���������'-.-   29-  Nfttianai Drug"and Chunieal Co. of Canada, Limited.      ���������     ���������'    ���������     ���������      MwotroaL  \\1  "We must expect lo sufforrj pain in  the samo degree that we inflict it on  others," said tlie mnn who believes in  retribution.  "Maybe so," answered the suffering  friend, "But I am convinced that my  dentist hns found a wny of beating tho  giinie."���������Washington Star.  ' While waiting for a hotter chance to  como along, a widow never lots a good  chance get away.  An engagement ring on the finger is  better than a dozen in the jeweler's  safe,  I Lazlnoss Loads to Invontlon.  I liiiitiness has been at the back of  | many an invention, and if wu������ a lazy  1 poiiit.iinan wlio hit on the idea that  i made tne distance signal possible, Ac-  umiitig to Sir George Finlny, it wus  iu IrtlU that a poiiilsiiiiin wim Iind to  attend tu two station muiiuU some din-  taiicn apart deoided to aiive himself  tne trouole of wnlking to and fro be-  twccii them by fasti'iiing the two lev-  its togi'thor by n long piece of wire,  A broken iron chair nerved as counter-  weight. The wire ran on into his hut,  and there he sat nightly and worked  the two signals witiiuut setting loot  uUl.i'iJc Ull .'.������.- icuo I'.u.'jiJ ������������������:.; ,i.'.,J ji.-j>-  riiiiiiuded and promoted.���������Luudou  L'nroiiiclo,  Stops Itching  Heals the Skin  And  Cures    Eczoma,    Salt   Rhotim,  nnd All Skin Diseases  of  j"^^^M, ^^fci^lk ^Rk^H^l^MWNton,  Child Peeress,  I I'rohnhlv the daintii'-t personality  [it Un* coronation will i>e in,- llftronuss  Ulilton ol heighton BroniMvold ��������� a  child u( only eleven yeara. This will  be the second occasion on which,  young though slm is, she bus taken  part in the coronation of n British  ���������kvereign, for nine years ago she wore  i i������,-i:r.-.-..i' tub-.: and ;i iiiiti;uUu\: o,ro-  n't in Westminster Abbey when Kiiin  l-Mwur.l \'ll wax eroHte-d Sh,- i, the  JeVi'lifei-lilh ImldiT of the bari-i:j', thu  atli! dating  back  U> I tM*-*.  ! Smiths  to   Burn.  ! At a lYrth-hire village :i Mi^s Smith  i*ih unrrieij ui ix Mr. Mu.th by ihu  .:Rev .Mr. Smith. Th<������r Kmvo jmii" <,>  !'iv������: in ii house where their uiilv- itfigh'  non are a Mr. and Mrs. Smith I  Theso  Results  You  Can  Bo Suro  Whon You Use  DR, CHASE'S OINTMENT  Quick nnd certain are thn effects  of Dr. Chiifln'H Ointment. Itching Is  Mopped almost as soon na it is up-  plieii, The sores are cleaned out,  morbid growth Ih arrested, and tho  healing process is poon set in action.  Compiirn these result h with the  lediousness and uncertainty of internal treat ment for itching skin dis-  cime, Bv nil mentis look nfter the  health of the blood and thu, system  Ufti'jiutly, hid j,'i.'l. vi,] ul Dm uuuoy-  lng and torturing skin ailment at  onoo hy using Dr, Chase's Ointment,  The reputation of Dr, Chase's Ointment hns been niitde hy ita marvel-  oun KiieecHs in the cure of eczema  ninl  piles,    iii a ll. is just, lis eileel.ne  in tlie cum of old sores and wounds  which  have defied    ordinary    treatments and been given up by doctors,  Dr. CImbo'h Ointment is prized hy  mother* ns n treatment for the skin  troubles of babies, such ns-chafing,  -kin Irritation,  ������eiiM bend and hahy  ! eczema,   Its soothing influence ntops  ! lhe  Hehinff.  nnd  it  prevents the de-  ' vi-loptiient of eczema from thwte lesser  i skin troubles,  I    Mrs. Oscar   Vnnrott,   St.,   Antoine,  ! Sask,, writes thnt  Dr. Chase's ninl-  ! ment cured her boy of eczema when  his \\<-i\<\ vim a wxaa M penhc, and Iv  differed untold agony from the itch-  ing.   Dr, Chnse's Ointment, Wi cenH  ia box, nt nil dealers, or Kdmansoi,  1 links & Co., Limited, I'orouto,  "Dogonorato"  Arists.  Thut artists as a class ore somewhat  inclined to be degenerate ia a widely-  held notion, but it would seem to bo  disproved by a funny littlo incident  that took place a tow days ago.  Arthur H:;ming, the well-known  Canadian artist, recently went to New  York to invite American artists to exhibit at this year's Canadian National  Inhibition in Toronto,  Gardner Jsymbiis, who haa a higti  standing among American artists,  asked out to dnpier Hem ing and also  Frederick Waugh, anothor noted artist.  "Let's go duwn and hnvo a cocktail  before lunch," said bynions, when tue  three haa got together at uie club,  "i never take anything," said Hem-  ing, when tho wuitvr hud been culled,  "Neither do J," said Waugh.  Symons laughed.  "That's funny," he said. "Neither  do 1, but anyway we'll nave somo  cigars."  A box of strong cigars and ono of  mild ones were Drought,  "I dou't smoke," said Waugh when  asked to have a cigar.  "And I don't suioko," said Homing,  "Well, this is a great joke," said  Syinoiu. "1 don't sinoku either, but  I thought you follow* would at least  tal;j a cigar, Say, you eut, don't you?  ���������becauso I've ordered lunch."  THIS WILL INTEREST YOU  EDDY'S "Royal George" Matches  the most perfect "Strike Anywhere"  matches made, that are Safe,  *"SuREj  aud Silent, t  are sold in boxes, averaging 1000  matches to the box,  for 10 cents a box.  You can't afford to pass this by.  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Ono lono box car, tacked on to tho  end of tho evening train arriving at  Btruthconu the otner day, contained  tho laat outhtWH of the famous Buffalo  park ul VVauiwriBJU. liovernuietit  .\iiuil Aoyt-tk- It'iug m churav. Al  present there nre ono thousand head  of bison roaming tho grout pu������k, with  ouu hundred oiilvus, and au expected  batch of anotlier hundred ' babie������.  Five hundred tons of hay were oon.  dUlliixi   l,J    um   iuaii   iiv.ll,   V������iuw:t,   rtllO  thoro are seven hundred tons tuoru  on hand, The park, with its hay  meadowH, will be Mullloient to feed it  herd of live thousand.  Not Exactly.  It i.i reuiiukivbly i.x.i-j lor iv m-rvou*  clergyman to got a verse of Scripture  or a line from a hymn hop(>|iv^jy  twisted. Ou a certain wiirm Sunday,  a Cunadian pastor camo to the con-  elusion of hi.-* discourse with the fol-  lowintf atartlins announcement; "We  will now wornhip our close in the  trie-hundred and sixty-filth hymn,"  And only About Imlf n doien li*������t*������n-  tt*  wero   aufllcicntly   wideawake  imllo ai the declaration.  to  Mr. C, L. Sibley; of Montreal, who  has recently returned from, a tour  of the Eastern States where he wrote  a series of articles for the Montreal  Star on, "Deserted Farms in the  ���������United States," says in referring to  Reciprocity:��������� ,  Do tlie Canadian farmers imagine  that they can invade the markets'of  the United States and succeed where,  so many American farmers fail? If  so, let them make a survey of farming conditions east of the Mississippi  in the United States.' If there were  any virtue in this cry of free access  to a market of ninety.millions of people, or if the United States had even  begun to have reached its limit of  production, surely these fanners  would at least have begun to feel  the benefit of it., Exactly the reverse  is the ease.  The United States census reports of  the 20-year period from 1880 to 1900  show that in that time no fewer than  15,,144 farms in New England went  out of existence/that there were  17,000 less farmers in theso States  at the end of the period than at the  beginning, and that some 5,000,000  acres of land thut wore in cultivation  in 1880 wont out of tillage und cultivation.  And,thanks to the trusts the pro-  fits of the farmers in the great mnr-  kets now to he placed open to the  people of Canada are so small that  the 'decline of farming' in New England is still progressing despite free  access to the market of ninety' millions of people. Lust year���������the yenr  of thoir census���������there wero iu Now  England 187.-118 farms, which is 2..1  less per cent, than the number at  the census of 1000. The total acre-  age of these farms in 1910 wns 19,-  071,000 acres, nnd in the ncrenge  there hnd been in the lust ten yenrs  n decrease of *l..'l per cent. Of this  t ot nl acreage not quite one-half, or  to he exact, 7,2-12,000 acres, wns improved land.  Tlere nro some of the prices of  farms actually on offer at this moment in the New England States:  In tin* town (or, as we cull it, the  township! of Bethel, Windsor County, Vermont, n farm of -15 acres,  $700; another of DO acres, $1..'KM);  another of .1(10 acres, $2,000, In "the  township of llrnttleboro, Vt��������� 100  uoroH, $1,000; 100 neros, $800; nt  Chostor Depot, llutland County, 195  acres, $2,000; another of 280 ncroR  for $2,500; another of 250 acres for  $1,000; another of 225 acres for * 1.300  and another of KtO acres for $2,000,  What, then, is tho matter? The  trouble is that this market into  which tho Cunodiun farmer is to ho  ��������� 'i I l l - . ' ! I.I I *.,,... ,. 1  llOlll.ll     IM    11,1     411.1    JUKI,    ..>    t.i    ���������������������������������������������     ���������.,.���������.  ol Cnnndinn produce. Tho trouble is  that thn United States, with its grant  rango of territory and its climate,  produces a vast surplus of all kinds  of agricultural products, and these  products are manipulated hy the food  1!    I..!!_,,I!,,   .      I..;..l,      I,      fly,       ,lii.,,|(lv'l������l-  tage of many of tlio producer*. Go  up and down this country in which  tho New England farmers ought to  find a profitable market, and whnt  do you find? You find tho cold Mor-  age plants of tho Chicago pucking  houses and of tho fruit ond dairy  trusts taking tho toll thnt tho farmers ought to get from the breakfast  and diiiiii-r tablcn ui tin* Ktvat unity  of consumers.  Mrs. New-wed (sobbing) ���������"Oh,  George, the cent has e.,mti*n the  h-heautiful enko I b-huked this mom-  ing."  N.iw.-Ai-d (cunM>tiu*ly) "WVll,  dear, don't cry; I'll buy you another  cat tomorrow."  Ask for Minard's and take no others  ==^7]  "What does terse mean, pa?,''  "It means very concise, very short."  "Gee, but sister's new bathing suit  is" terse." ..,-.,' D .  No surgical operation ia necessary in removing corns if Holloway's , Corn Cure  bo, used.    , ..  ' He���������"I dreamt last night that your  mother was ill."  She���������"Brute!   I heard you laugh in  your sleep."���������Tit-Bits.  Tho United States has'87 telephones  for each 1.000 residents.  Abuse your stomach today and it  will  reciprocate tomorrow.  Itching Scalp  To prevent dry, thin and falling  hair, removo dandruff, allay Itching  and .'rrltatlon of tho scalp, and promotes the growth and beauty of tho  hair, frequent Hhampoos wiih Cuticura, Soap, assisted by oocanional  drossing.* with Cutloura Ointment,  succeed whon othor methods fail.  Cutloura Soap and Ointment havo  lv.on equally offootlvo In tho ircat-  mon- of '.orturinR, disfiguring scalp  humor-; and tho alarming loss of hair  whbh so cf on nsuHfl. For examplo,  road how George ... Jofforsou, l,r)l8  ���������llood Lit., Philadelphia, tolls of his  romarkr.blo oaso:  "My <]ifii>iuw nturtcil with a littlo pimple  on tny lioiul, ThiMi :t bcirim to Iteli, Tlio  morn I would mirutcli, tlio worwi It ltisw  until It mi-mul ���������ll ovor my liciul, Ho I  went to Oi- dortor. Hut my lnwl (jri-w  as raw iih a plwo of bwif und my Imlr ciiiii-  ini'iiwil to full our in liiinclii',1. Hn I  <!|iiiiii;imI (lot'low, My IicikI nt this tlino  was no Hiiro I coulil not tnucli It. Then I  ���������Iftdili'il to bo to tlut lioHplliil. They hciuiu  to trcut II hut It ImjiroviMl very Hlowly,  J*or over tlircn yours f wiih ii Hiiirm-flr from  tlil.s iIIm'iim', 1 tliounlit nil liopcx ol u iH<r-  uiiuinnt cure woro ImiioMNlliln, A friend,  iinon tmfixi* tlin coiulltloii of my lu������iul ���������  wlilcli wim a iiiiiwi of rimnlnir corniptlon  ������������������iiski;il nm If I limi nli'il tun Ouiii'iiiu  Jti'inwllim, I told lilm notliltiff would do  mo any i{ood; bul hnln������ very nnxloim to  Ih> curcl, I decided to try tlit-m. The flriit  treattnimt hrouitht Immedliite relief. My  lialr h������cMiin nllvo iuid Mopiiml fulllnv out,  nil thn Roiilo left nnd now 1 nm perfectly  well and lmve-a full hend of hnlr. i can  truthfully my tlmt It wnu entirely duo to  the uso of the Cuticura Heinerilex,"  i (Stencil) Qkoikui-1'3, Jrcm������.TttiON.  Ciitlnum UihiiciIIm nrn mid by (IriunriiitJi  ������������������erywlmro, rotter Dnw * Ch������m. Corp., Hold  Jtoni.. llmiton. It mm. 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James."
Littlo James.���"Yes'm, Teacher
said I was a genteel boy, an* ma an
pa was urguin' as to which of them
I took'after."
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Injury to the lining membranes of the
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Assistant Editor���-"Here's a poem
from a fellow who is serving a five-
years' term in the eastern penitentiary."    '��   ������'       .  v" *.  '   .    * \ '   -
Managing Editor���"Well, print it
with a footnote explaining the circumstance. It may, serve as a warning to
other poets."���Philadelphia Record.
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�� "Yes'm.   Pa wanted to'go, so I had
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Many a man has made a good bluff
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11
DOMINION EXPOSITION PRIZE
���  LIST*' -. *.'""���'���'-,..
The prize list which has been issued
by the Regina Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition Association for
the Dominion Exposition which will
be held in Regina, July 31st to August
I2th, 1911, is without doubt, the
strongest that has ever been offered
in Western Canada; and- in-inatvy--of
tho larger classes compares favorably
even with the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto. In all, some $30,-
000 is offered in prizes of which
amount some $25,000 is given to livo
stock.
The classes in which "the greatest
amount of money has been offered,
are those of Clydesdales and Shorthorns, both of which are very strong
classes in Regina both in point of
numbers and of quality. In addition
to the open class for Clydesdales, a
class^for Canadian bred Clydesdales
has also been made,.and in this, as in
fact, all through the Prize List, every
encouragement has been'given to the
smaller breederk by offering prizes for
animals bred by exhibitor.
In horses, after the Clydesdales, the
Percherons come next in importance,
and this is a class that is coming to
the front, very rapidly in Western
Canada, and in tlie past few years
has put up a very attractive exhibit
at the Provincial Exhibition in Regina.
In Cattle, after the Shorthorns the
Ayrsliires and Holsteins are the most
important glasses and the attention
that is being given to dairying in the
Province of Saskatchewan and the
West generally is rapidly bringing
these tw'6 breeds into prominence.
The,Jerseys, too, have not been forgotten, and this is always a good
class, being very popular witt dwellers in the cities who keep a cow for
family use.
Mean
"That- was ��� a mean trick Bigsby
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"What was?"
"He waited over a month before he
told her he had his sulary raised."���
Detroit Free Press.
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"You have the name of regarding
all your acquaintances with suspicion."
"I'm very sorry to hear it. I'm not
in the least suspicious."
"That's good news. Let me have a
five spot until to-riiorrow, will you?"
���Buffalo Express.
"Why, Willie, what kept you so
late? Did you have to stay after
school? I'm afraid you have been
naughty," "No, ma'am. ,1 ain't
���never ^naughty: ���Bobbie- - Jones���was
licked for being naughty an' I stayed
after school to hear him o yell."���
���Boston Transcript.
SHE IS NOW TELLING
���RJEIGHBORS
THAT    DODD'S    KIDNEY      PILLS
MADE HER FEEL YOUNG
AGAIN.
Mrs.
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and   suffering   from     Rheumatism.
Two boxes of Dodd's Kidney Pills
Cured her.
Previl, Que. (Special), ��� Nearing
the three score mark, but feeling like
a woman of thirty, Mrs. John McRae,
wife of a farmer living near here, is
telling her neighbors that she owes
her health to Dodd's Kidney Pills.
"For two years and seven months,"
says Mrs. McRae, "I was a sufferer
from Kidney Disease brought on by
a strain and a cold. My eyes were
puffed and swollen, my muscles
cramped, and I suffered from Neuralgia and Rheumatism. My back
ached and I had pains in my joints.
"For two years I was, under the
doctor's care, but he never seemed
to do me any lasting good. Then I
was advised to try Dodd's Kidney
Pills. Two boxes made a new woman
of me."
Dodd's Kidney Pills make tired,
run-down women feel as if life had
started all over again for them by
curing the kidneys. Healthy Kidneys
mean pure blood, and pure blood
means new life all over the body.
"The time is coming when an honest man will not be able to succeed in
business in this country,"
"What do you call succeeding in
business?" "Why-er-keeping a nigh
tariff on the things you are producing."���Chicago Record-Herald.
Worms causo fretfulnees and rob the
infant of sleep, tho ' ereat nonrisher,
Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator will
clear_the stomach and intestines and re-
st^Fe-'healtHfulnVssT-"-^""-"-"- ~~     ��� ''     ,
Externally or Internally, It Is good.���
When applied externally by brisk rubbing, Dr, Thomas' Eclecfric Oil opens tho
pores and penetrates the tissue as fow
Hniments do, touching tho seat of the
trouhle and immediately affording relief.
Administered internally, it will still tho
irritation in (1tho throat which induces
coughing and will cure affections of tho
bronchial tubes and respiratory organs,
Try it and bo convinced.
Disagreeable
"You don't get along very well with
your mother-in-law, I hear," said a
friend of a young husband.
"No, I don't," answered the bridegroom. "Nobody can, Even the food
she, eats doesn't agree with'her, When
sho comes into the room everybody
shuts up, The other day she got into a
folding bed and the bed shut up,"���
Ladies' Home Journal.
"There goes a man who has been in
hundreds of revolutions," "You don't
say!" Yes. He used to. work on a
Ferris wheel."���Birmingham Age-
Herald.
"He must "be rich. He owns an
automobile." "That proves nothing.
You ought to hear him squeal every
time, the price of gasoline goes up another cent."���Detroit Free Press.
FOR TEETHING BABIES
There is only one medicine for
teething babies���that is one that will
make teething easy arid at the same
time can be given with absolute safety. That medicine is Baby's Own
Tablets���every box of which is sold
under the-guarantee of a government
analyst to be free from all those injurious -opiates and narcotics which
make "soothing" stuffs so,, harmful.
Concerning the Tablets, Mrs. George
Leblanc, St. Painphilo. Que. says:
"I used Baby's Own Tablets for my
baby when he was teething and con-
stipated and found them an excellent
remedy. The Tablets are sold by
medicine dealers or by mail at 25
cents a box from Tho Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
STARTED EMPIRE DAY.        j
Mrs. Fessenden of Hamilton Responsible For Holiday.
Empire Pay has practically taken
ihe place of Queen Victoria's birthday
ihroughout the Empire, and May 24th
aas come to be a sort of imperial holiday. Just how this occurred is worth
:he telling. There is no doubt that
ihe original suggestion came from Mrs.
Dlementino Fessenden, a Hamilton
woman of,more than ordinary ability
and outlook,'and to her must be given
full credit for having initiated one of
the'most important patriotic movements of recent times.
Jn the month of June, in the year
161)0. the Wentworth Historical Society met in Hamilton and passed a
resolution of condolence with Mrs.
Fessenden on tho loss of her husband,
ln replying to this resolution in person, Mrs. Fessenden expressed the
hope that the patriotic spirit of the
grandfather would descend -upon the
six-year-old grandchild who aceompau-
ied her. The members ol the society
were impressed with this remark and
at once made the child an honorary
member of tne society. The child herself was greatly pleased and aroused
by this event and intensely interested
in the badge and maple leaf with
which she was decorated. And it was
the child's delight and interest which
suggested to Mrs. Fessenden that other children might be similarly affected
by similar ceremony, ln this thought
lay the "origin of Empire Day. The
little girl has since passed away, but.
her memory is fragrant in the annual
celebration in�� the schools of many,
countries.
.. Shortly after this we find Mrs. Fessenden discussing the matter with people who were interested in education
and suggesting that patriotism might
be cultivated by simple ceremonies
among the children. Sho also wrote
letters to the newspapers and one of
these appeared in The Montreal Star
of August 24., of the following year.'
'in November sho wrote the Minister
of Education for Ontario with regard
to having-a day set apart' lor flag
exercises. The Minister suggested
that she take up the matter with the
Hamilton Board of Trustees and so
call public attention to the movement. This suggestion was carried
out and in January, 1898. it was decided by this body "that the board
set apart one afternoon in the year
for the purpose of inculcating patriotic sentiment." Mrs. Fessenden, followed this up by getting the boards
in Dundas and London to approve of
the idea. o
In August of that year the Minister
of Education.wrote a letter to be read
at the meeting of the Dominion Educational Association in Halifax.
The. Hon. Mr. Ross, now Senator
Ross, who was then head of the Edu-
cation-Departmentn-indieated-his-pre--
ferenee lor the name "Empire Day,"
and suggested that the 24th of May be
the day selected. These suggestions,
after full uiscussion, were approved by
the association. Senator Ross is
therefore entitled to share with1 Mrs.
Fessenden the honor, ol having created this ;great festival.
Soon the idea attracted attention in
Great Britain, where Queen Victoria's
birthday had not hitherto been a holir
day, and where there was no particular patriotic day celebrated by the
schools.
It is estimated that Jast year no
fewer than thirteen and a half million children joined in the celebration
of Empire Day. The exercises wero
held in over fifty thousand schools
throughout the Empire.
Canada should be proud of the part
that it has played in giving the British
Umpire a holiday which will aid ih
the uplift of all the peoples who comprise the greatest political organization of modern times.���Canadian
Courier.
AFTER
DOCTORS
"When you saw that beastly cow,
why didn't you drive her out of'my
garden?"
"Well, you seo, sir, your garden was
in the cow,"���-Life.
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Missionary (explaining to visitors)
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Sympathetic Young Woman���"Oh,
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Mlnard's Liniment used by physicians
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"Waiter."
"Yes, sir."
"Have you ever been to the zoo?"
"No, sir; why do you ask?"
"T was just thinking how thrilling
you'd And it to sit and watch tho tortoise whiz/, by,"
"I road yesterday that CoJ, Tamnlc,
of the. itiHurroctos, wns shot in tho
buck," "I was afrnid that would
happen to hini. T read n Hloteinont
the othor day which said: 'Col, Tain-
ale hack to tho front,' "���Houston
Post.
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Now I am regular and never was so
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Please publish my letter for tht
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"So you wish to marry an nclress?"
""Yes; T fell In love with her voice
after hearing it in '��� phonograph,"
"lletler go slow, You can huy the
rnpo'rd for llfty cants."���Louisville
Courier-Journal.
"Thit:." said the nnrnlor, displaying
a mummy, "was nn Egyptian princess." "Poor thing!" exclaimed the
conversational girl, "She insisted on
hoing hurled in her hobble skirt,
didn't Hhi;P"-Wnshington Star,
Greatl
"TTfv�� \" TTlrnro mnVln<�� nnt it r>r\f.
legnP"
"(treat I Kains the hull whiln, I
guess, fer he ��ez he takes a shower
He Ato Them.
II, J. P. liood, who for seventeen
years was oilicial booster for tho
Canadian National Exhibition uud
who, at the Dominion Exhibition at
tit. John, N.B., last year, turned the
expectation of a four-thousand-dollar
tieilcit into tho reality of a fifteen-
thousand-dollar surplus, onco had tha
experience ol playing u joke ou himself.
"How aro you on chickens?" was
tho question put to him one day by
the lata Joo Duggan, owner of tho
Woodbino property, Toronto.
"All right," answered Mr, Good.
"Well," said Mr. Duggan, "here aro
a dozen eggs I'll give you."
Months aiterwatas Mr, Duggan asked: "How did those eggs come out?"
"Come outi1" repeated Mr. Good iu
surprints.
"bay, what did you do with those
eggs?" askeil ;ur. Duggan iu whoao
n ..d a terrible suspicion was arousing.
"I ate them," was tliu answer.
"You atu them?" said Mr. Duggan,
in a horrified tone, "buy, 1 gavo you
those eggs for Hotting. Thoy cost ine
H-J-m a do/xui."
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tbo hklr, or liyluit tha hont up, 1'ltiiint
ton��B.��a.op prr Enttl* tt <is>l��ri or ��**
u\"J.nA J.t?fSS &R9~ * D ttt*.
ABSORUINB, JR., imkiiklniUt.OJ be����
tU.JPorBtrklni.aout.ViiTlooieVolni.Vkli-
looe.lt.Ujdrootlo, JToititltU, kills p*|*
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Canadian Nationality.
President Falconer, ol tlio Univorn.
ity ol Toronto, mode a rather striking
remark in a recent address to tho Wo.
man's Canadian Club, of Winnipeg.
"Cunadiun individuality as such,
said he, "and the idea of a Canadian
nation, arc conceptions of u recent
date. Suddenly Canada and the world
have awakened to the conviction thai
f'tnttda Ih n nntlnn I In to the won-
dv.m of tho world ban been added a
new (K-opiu that ia uuatuiud to lorgo
a new link in thu world's history,"
hath every
it next time it rains.
line!"
dav." Bv hep!   Let's try1 ,n ��""��ly*l��ff (Junuda'sjiationlitax] tho
lie's ser. it's
Hold Up j
"I don't wont to wait until fall to]
he married,"
"Well,  won't  your sweetheart ad-|
vanoo tho wadding day?" ]
"Yes, hut her father won't iidvimee'
any monev fnr expi'Twx,"��� Washing-!
ton Herald. i
Hpoukor discovered to his audience
tnat its suddenness ol growth was
moro apparent than real. "Force*
were ut worK generiiliniis ago," lie
said, "thuji made [msHililo this that
has come (o pass. It u its though a
crust had been fornu'd over tircn. In
thexu lires molten hKmih have been
purged and purified. Now has thu
er'Utt been orol.eu and the phenomenon become manifest."
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W. N. U., No. S5I. am-m  ' ��������� - ^  m,:-    n       ,   ".'"   ,   1.mn-       .     NOTICE khtreuy givea that UO day, j fftga0HS&g^5SES8S%  ins tatela-M Hews  \#***imi**wy... *. h..������.|$    ^^  issued  Every   Tuesday  by  the  GornSx'.&.   Cumberland  Publishing   Gonopany.  Tli is paper will nut hold "itself  responsible for the opinions of others, as may appear in its columns  ^i'oiii time to time.  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Is^^^li^^������^  - mm*_^^ffV!vwmVm^'fA i! ������K2^<gTOWT.jn������5 wiawimBPwwBiBww wlaatr.srysinpix^wit.l flka',wv������gic- rww A  Kurdish brothers, 17 and IS.  ilosiro citntinuoua uttployiiHtnt uu  farm. Board, lodging and small  ���������feminieraiioii. 1*. 0. Uox 858,  ^iiunimo. U. 0.  The Universal  Fire Extin&iis&er,  ' ICnergetic representative or  agents wanted for the. Universal  Fire Extinguisher. An excellent  "seller.n deeded in every house.  Apply vo    ,  H. jACOBSKN  COMPANY.  Vancouver, B.C.  armXXJVWVZm^'ZXmffT.TK--^  LIQUOR  LICE.NCK ACT-  (Section 49.) j  jNOTICE is hereby given that, on the  52nd d-iy of July, 1911,   application will  be made to the Superintendent of  Pro-  vincial   Police   for   the   transfer of the  license lor the sale of lif]ucr by rct.dl  in  -od upon the   premises  Unrwn as   the  l'ori Auifusia Hotel, situate ai Comox, in  Comox district, in the Province of British  .Columbia, from   Joseph. H, Iloimes, of  sou. Cimmx, to John ���������(,.' Clarence,   of  Norilibend, in the said I'rovi'tice of  Brit-  jhColumbia.       JO.sr.t'H B. l-'oi.MKS,  Holder of license.  John C. Ci.AuKNcii,   .  Applicant for transfer.  NOI'lUlS is hereby given tn-������t 30 d^B  ������fterda 0 I mtond to apu'y o tm> Hun  Mi-iitter-Of'Lii'-ilst f' r ii litens" to nrutnu'Ot  tyi c til and 1 o'rolcHtn uud.-rilui Cliowiit*  ile-cii'i'd l������tid������ sttuuto in 8)iy������!i'il ll.f-  tri t, B C.:��������� (!<i.uim:������.iiojj at it pus-, plnn'.-  oil ut the northilist comer <������f.Timber iv-a e  No 47, 011 t'o 1> n;< ������i   t'iiui|bt-ll   Htver,  th"i,ii������ duo H' uih 77 1,0 ehaii'S! mmh- Iv a  tu tlui snnth-asb corner of mul Tinili.r  I.taso No 47 untl Qi������no\m Pi"r Iwlitin  lit-Btrvf, ilieticoduo \vi.tjt 80 it>ui>si, ilenci-  cluo west 80 ihi'tiis, thooou due nxth SO  -ohaii>;, tbeioidue i-att, SO. hatns to ^huiito  ci������iuminecaie>i'.  Maiiu Ja.nk Fiatisr.  JR 1'HBf.t. m;o>'.  Diiue<l tit b 28th di.y of Mux-It. 1911  NUI li.'K i������ iureliy yivtn 'tlm- .''0 ila.s  aftir dale 1 jntei ,d to i.pp'.y to" t'it* 11 >u  viin'itt r 01 L'I'mIh ,'ov a lioi.-nsi* ti> pr -^peit.  f..r e-,hI . n.tJp'itKileugi under tlieiohowmg  d scribod laud<mviHio in ��������� Say v ard1 District Hint titinKtht: Onn^pb'll Iti.-ii- ludinn  R-rserve: C.niiinbiic vg i������tI* p-fcti-iriwi! ��������� 11  .tic bank ft Cauinliell Rjvee ai U l'������Jiijr tlie  north .fat eorner ������f said It. seive; !*���������(���������) ce  day mmth 25 ch-ti ��������������� more or !*���������*? t; ��������� i e  south west iMxneruf Miid Rjseivi: ilu ������c<!  d it i-a. t (5\) chsiiuij to a. a tli; t'i ,i!Ce m.���������. -  cheil> and >otihwe tirlv al(>,> ma liewuh  a;i'i C'umj lv 11 Kivir t p'ace <.l 0 .niinrncu  u.enc. K. l'uiKsT,  Dated this 28������a day .,f M uiili, M)ll.  ���������A  si iJ  i'������tioe.  NOTICE 11 iieribt given ih-.t ������*-.-' tli  next.niet-tiiig of.the Hoard.. M.ioeine t'oio--  iniajio'.iora o' tlie City of < u ��������� bf^rla,,,d, I'  iiiteud 0 npp y fee a renewa! if the hit-  ol license, hold bv tne tor 'he f urn bo Hand  Hotel, t>ttuatid ������u lot 1, block <>, Cum 11 -  land Townsi'e.  WILLIAM  MERRIFIELD.  Dated t ie loth day of May. !������)11.    , .  BEHE3H!^iSS^^  -PUBLIC NOTICE   is hereby  given  that on and aftet [u'y  it,   1911, it   shall  -. lie unlawful ior any  horse,   cow, cattle,  i-wine, sheep or j^o.ns to'run al la rye or  NOTICE iv hereby-aivei tht i:t the  ae'xb in etiugot the Bo-ud .i Louise  Oomidiiisio era of the Citv of < 'uudji-  lati'1,1 inter d tnaptly for.ftrenowid ��������� 1'He  Mvine, sheep nr Ro.us to run at  la'^ or   w,0leHale liquor lie.nso held I y ino.  tit,  feed upon the public streets, lane,, aheys I ^^  ^   u ^ ^^  ^ Cumbu.l4nt,  L'liwnsito:'  or uiifenced lots or lane's within the city  I'mits, except milch cows, winch shall be  nllpwcd to niiv.-al large from ������:oven o'clock  in the morning uniil' ei^lit o'clock in the  afternoon of each day, Milch 1 ows iiui<t  be kept closed in from em lit o'clock in  the afternoon until seven o'clock in 'hr-  morning, ind all bells removed from the  r'r>,vs at night, subject to tiie provisions of  , the Pound By-law,  By order of the City damn!:  A. McKlNNON, C.M.C.  City Mail, June 13th. 1911.  10% BONDS 10%  An   Attractive   Offering  , for a Short Term  Investment.  Wc can offer the eousorvaiive  investor for a short whiU' only  an opporiunity of pliidhg hip  Hurplns funds in n hi^li-class st���������  Lttrity bqnrino- a rate of interest  ol ten per cent,  Only 150 of these Convertible  debentures at 11 par value, oI: Hi'ioo  each, available.  Di.) not gamble in stocks,  shares and oUut I'orins nf speen-  la'ion, but 1NVICST where your  principal and interest is secured.  VYuitk for rui'i'lier pai'iiculars  of this l'ond issue whit'h id particularly attractive io investors,  Prompt application is iKcessaiy  as number is limited,  0A34DUH SEOIIIIITIES,  LIMITED.  A'.i;"n.-w';:\'c)' CMTjcc:   1101 Dominion Trust  liuilding,  Vnnrnuvoi'. B.C.  NOi It.!K m hcrdiy ^iiuit imt ,',(() miyuj  lit',1 r iU'c I ititmd 'ii t'pply L������ th" II ti'  tlm Hi nf ()'miini*i iniu-v i<t J,iii)in nml  \\ Oi'lt* lora liiu'ii'ii to prn!'|i'.!ct I'i'' nml  nml |Milroiiitiin uadiirtliu fiillowliie d-������ctib-  od I\x\i\������ ni'tiat'i  ut l-iaiuiird Din'ihtl., IK',  I'u ' : M'll"'tl;J lit    'I    ll',  t.    [Illltfld   III     llm  nur InU'H1 1 -min-r nf Ti-nluu lititu-i: Nn, -IS,  t,   ��������� -i      '.i'.c i,  ll.h   ','.'���������   I'Uli!: :������������������,   lh  iii'ii    duo  f -t -!i> (Vi'iiiii lh'i.ti'dio north 7<"������ ehniiii't  line f ' r 'n"n tf inn n'utli Uotiuthiry of niiid  'I'.tu ������;i- I mi u Sa. !S, th.'ino dun wi't,t SO  Clli'l'������',   t'������   |'l>'.',  'I|   kijilll.ilOl- OllHIll,  Mama Jam: l'iMiwr,  M. I'riint, iii.'i'hI,  Dit������:dti������ii28iMayofMiircli, l'JII.  JOHN  MAROCCHI  Dated -hp 15th d������> uf May. 1911.  NOL'KJK   is   hereby give. tv nt nr,   U  i'P.xt"ii,betin,<������ of tho Bunrd i.f l.ico H" (f in  mia-i"t,or������, <-f tlio City of 1 unib r mi'i,  1  i.tond ton piv f'>r a'rcnciil iii llm h t,  el 1 oonso hunt by nm Uio -Unv'tly  Ilo ch Kilimtt'il uu 1 it 2, hloo-t it, t.'nnibit  iiuid Totvjisitti.  FRANK DAl.hOS  Datod diw loth dny of Mw. Kill  . NOTl' K 11 hornty <x von tout nt ilu  next iiiftotint,' if iho .Honrd ol Liu.n H"  Comm'Sni'iiiois of thu (Ji y if I'umbtn'-  lif cl, I inion l tn i������puly ior 11  ronnwul nf tho hotel t'oio)to h.'M by mo  l'"f tlio Ni \v .Bniilit 'd Hotol, ti tin tod on  Mm oust hull' nf lot'.), i 1 bliok :), Ouimi.T-']  itinil Tiiwi i'.it������,  JAMKS WAl-TKUS.  Dii'C.d this in h (ley 1 f Mio, lllll  tutmrii.mUniiibm.-^l������tm\*:**.?.-~-,v.t.i*r.lx*���������i*.li.i,K.vrii;-.-tiil.u,r-ili  MOTI'tiK ii lli'tvby u'lX-nn tint It. ll.O  tM'xt iiieitin^. I' tho Ho-ird nf l,ii!'i.n>i.!������nii  iniiHi. n i'h nf tlio Ciiy i.f Oi.iiiiii.'i'lriiol, wo  inliti'd to uppiy fnr .1 iniiownl I' tho Ikh-  ol lie-lino boll by us f.ir llm Voud niiO  Hotol, hitii: to.i on lot ft lh.el: ll, Climber-  Inud To.viHito,  WILSON & MIA .1 UK I i 1.  l)|.t"il lliin Ifttli'ih) nf .May,  101 I..  h s  1 p  ���������.BS  aV'3 X&mfa Wii V  rf^,  1  r^liPl  kait3S****mf*imf^^  KAYWAKI) LAND DIST lUT  r' iwtuWMM ������������j������iiiw.wuw������uj*a*"  ������ ^MMlll.^.JWA. ,���������'IUI#I I  NOl'li 18 in liuKiby Iwivnii   ilnt>  nt ���������he  lUXli MiOidinj nl tliu IJ. tint nf l,i n'liHH t'liin.  mi.������i,morn inr iho Oy if CiimliuihiHi. 1  into il lo apply lor 11 iuninvi.1 nf um wlinl -  ������uli; liquor IkjOi.hi licbl ly ill', ni w.tvil.oii  Im, 11 liloo; 15, Ciimbiiilaiiil l'iu iih-'lt,  01 AU MlK������.*lTTI.  D.dfd Ihm ITirlnl y ..I' Ma , |;)|i,  I p p j\svp P  I Lnnm       t I \ Iffmh   ilMlJi  I  The TAILOR.  rAW-W;w"(iv������l������r'*rt*i,-.m(fr;������ *y i*i%aaHKwymmir.HTx*ai*anrm  CIJ'AKING, i'KKSSING  and Kh:i'AIRlX(;,  (M������mivi-.jiuvwvur:f*-unihhiw*J<'Ml(U 'tnar'-it, m������v������i,ri v.taw  IUb c!l \ ii; ������* W o rk  n SlicitftpXiy.,  aaaam am-am *mam*m*uai*i-*mta**m*m taatm mf*a-amaa*,m*>^  ^v-Jt.;  3C  s,-KAM':i)THN'I)Kl!S nddrniHO.i t'������lli-  ' nniliir i)j .oil, ,.iin on Inr nd "I'tlibl  for     1',,1'lii! iiiiillin:/,   oov 1 v.i,'., u ('!.  \  Will  111!   ll'l!"IU'll  Illlll   'I.till I'. U,, Mni|il>l,| , j  -liily.'^l, lllll, I'm' tlm ii'iiiuuniu 1'.. ot  1. '  I'tililio ���������Ihitliln y in He vol t oU<-,  ll.O,  I'.iiiih, t|,(iiiinoiiti<in ami   I' nn nf   oon-  ll' (It ll.lll lli!l.i'l.i,i Illlll   tiJl'lll.nl l( llil:.'' Hli  O'pi'rk't nf S'iy wn ml,  TAKK-  ISOTICK   i!)'i .Willium  (1.1 Iwoll. of 'I n 1111 tit, <bii ,   niii.iiii.'  i;,iii;, ilili'i (b 'i'   nppl.V l'1"'   l������'"nib  ���������I'd    lo ptli'olmro t.   (1   full   wii ���������/.   OV-  ���������nu boil Im fh:--G'iti.i'.-.oi.tjii ������ iii it  pi ic 1 |i|ni.'t'iliit ilu- not'luvi-ft i on M  of Lul 'lilO, (),irriip"OM   Hn * ,   Sny-  wn rd Hi-''��������� ci. ', lii'it'f l'.'il-"-'> in1.: ii.c  I r m 11.111 uu n-i',1 imn   mi in ��������� .-i  k !'"���������'���������    I " 1 1 "   l'i" ��������� ���������   ���������-��������� 1     11. ' * .    1    .'  t',in i'i 111. ihi'i'liii.'i'iii Air, Win lb -iKnti, j |1(,("ii hoiii.il icy "f  '���������>    |-!!.I0 I'.i'lo l>  Uihidint A 0 i ''in. ^ io "I'i'ii I'''*',, "i thu] .���������   ,    .j\'  (,i,|,|nKj    iliKiM't*   ti'iifili   '.'<  SAYWAHjP LAND DISMlTi:'!',  Uinli"ct. v\ Sny" i'i'i',  T\KK nnt no hn (ii'iia-n I ,��������� i r><������������' ������r Hi-  1 i"'ii|'l' 'ii, of V iii'mii'T. H,i',,   hinclnitiio,  \ I I'.ni'i Olli.in, li vi-l-i iliu    ninl  i,t tin- On.  1 [laitnu'iu,  l'..inii',n lo do inv| 11 H niiulh-d tin   luml  1 I'i 11 'll I.u Iih rulnnl.'nil 1,11 (i 11 Mlliilo nil  1 lif p.'.i.tn I H un Hti.'phi'i, a tl i<i������in.ii  w th .h. ir 1 ci .nl, it;n iinMii idi't i)|.r tlii-ii  O   HH|lll,i;.|lfl    (I   I  l.'.'l.   II       I'.li'K'l Hi', In  llmiH-i' i-i'imn ., 111 i.u it,11 ciyi.nun', l.lto  n.ill n nl Um ' (i.i '| 11 I 11 nud 'jiintt il' rem-  (le uo .1 ti.ii.li tun., ii r ul I.im ni'iu inn I Hu       I       -,-���������       - t     , . .jiV, ll,  ..',",,��������� . ,      ��������� jii,!'i)iiiit.iiip L-'mi p'i'ii'i'i'.ii.nl,ii|.iiiviiaiie      I.:,,)., t.n.ih'11.11 t lio 11 ii inia.iHiii I'.viti.  NOnCJ5i,iuT..byBiv.'i. tliauUln..-xt!  ,,. r ������������������,,,���������,, ,,,��������� rl  lnt.ds: '  imn iug ut tho limi d nf Liu mn Uuniiiiii ] , (i, in(1)1(,j' lf (, ��������� )M, ])Ut ,,,(| ���������,, t|10  Hiniio h of tliu Ciiy ofC'tiiiihoi'liiiiil, 1 in. | S(l|) ,nUHl. Cl,nM���������.���������|i i���������|, r,r,2| thnnti" 1 nrth  tond toiippl)'f.ii'iii'.-ni'.w.li.r ho wlmli- | ,(| vUo^_ il)( ,���������.��������� w���������4t 75 ,*WllHi ���������|ljn00  Hiiln|ii)ilni li.ulMo liclil by   in,   Nilimfml i;), |lti) f,��������� ,,1,^,^ t|,������������������0 n: 7.-, rlwiMi'.   tn  ou lot. 12, bniu!c7, Ciiitilj.'i'i.i.i.i l.i.v Mil j ������������������!���������,. nP ,,0IHl, ,ll(!umiiMt,  m-iUiiuW,', (100  Kit A NIC iSt.'AVAilUU.    '���������  Daivi \.\,im l.":K J..y,.,!' M���������it Vi:)  NOTICK In limoiy wiviui Unit ������t "'('  inxl iimutiiiK of din bii'i'l of Mco.'t-o  Ciilii.niH'.irlioru (il tlm I ily nl Ciinhci'.  luml    1 ii li'llil to Himi'i \   In 11 li'lli Will   of  tliinvlinloiiilo liqu'ir iii'iitisn 11������-1������I by 111 ���������,  tnttinttul  'll   .nt '<', bliuik 7, (hinliiU'luiil  'IWllMI'U,  Vlfll'Olt  llDNOli.V..  Pnti'd this lftth dny ni' Mnv, l'JII  j IIUU''*, llli'l 0 0    ll'NH.  VI I.' liul. 1.. 1' 1...1 '.'���������   ���������',,���������,. ���������>.,,  llnhi'l't. Un  IV (li ii' Mill'., ii" lit.  Oiitol Mn.iih',1 ii  1011  SWA'Al'.D LASH   DIsTUltl'l'  DKiiim, cf K;iyiv nl.  TAKK 'WOTIC!'. ii.ii', I'ntiii'k Willimti  hn Iin Clii'k,   ��������� f   Vmiui uv r,   ll.C,   lu\V  clni'M, i 'tmids to npp'y fnr pni'in n-i "i '0  i.U'uh'tB't tlio f 1 liming dn mi n I   1'iiitV;  i (!. tii'ic in i��������� 1 (.f nl   n im't pb.iiii'd  ir  'li 1  UKTI UI NfV KUOM IU^I Nl'!SS|r()tl,|lW���������,, ,..,���������n..i'i,ri.ii.:.,vji *l i-.������������-mm������ m)  SALK,  t'oilt'if'tili;.;  nl'   ^"-ii'^ i-1"'}^ 'rhi.in-,   ' Ir in'.' H'.uili  ('.)   "Iiiih.i.  tbini'O  il'.i',   lll'lill.UV,   Slop ili'Mrt.-i   i'v'    di', i iv.-'t '0 I'liui't.  'ii'i'iM  Miitli   I!l  ''.luil'iH,  II,  .l,T'lj:;   lllti'l      |,Jl<"1''  v'Ml-il   ""i'i'''.   IK".!'   ninth   fn>  j oh  il H tn pllll'i' of M)llillli������ilii-:'ni|it, nil,illlll  m-fmm.mm-fmmmmf*m*>mffwm.~-..f.mmfm  .-f���������m. ....      I   j    ^   .'ft ;,,.,-,iH,  V.').'','   f\\'1   ,  An At! in 1.1k:   Nkws!    ,"T"K"'",m!,'r:","Y"',r'  I ]{i\'i r; llm ry Chminiit, nffont.  |l)nhul MlPObOUi. 1011,  1  i.UWpH.'tl ������l.l:'|l.<J ll v:|t .I't'Ull n, Tlii, (illj  unI.i in lh' o.'lfi ol t .n l!.i,n'iii'i. I' ihi'  .Mi Lit'i' nfi'nii I j \V rli*, O'pi.'.l ���������!��������� im p 1  .tint (10 p.n,) f I, 0 , mo.ii.t ul Ihu H inl'.i;,  M Ilinl) Kill nn I'lillnUOit il ilio l.'llinn . turn ���������  I'finK ui'.l in in 0 ter ill na uiiill'.i.'fc������to .  ml (.Ki nj! iiiii tin 11, ii.'t.il In (with Into  11.u wm,, u.-ii mo 01 ior,    It Ino Uli tiuriv  liul U l.l'|l|i'll 'hu (ii l'i|tlu \\\,i   no   ici'.i il'..,,  'I'riii |), |,'.il' 11,11,1b iimli liul  tiiill   I HOII to  lllKUpt lilll IliWitH. nl' illij   lOlul'.'l',  Ily or.'.ii',  )'.   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VI K ST-C LA SS WOR K  liy..i.i n' J ' 't:'.'!t f.titei, \n.\ ii.������.t i.,..i"iii, \ ���������������������������'.- ff'������������������'-���������-.-. .*.  Uiilutrt Jli'inv Chutii'it !u������uii������    viiUctito,  tlol.l ti'/nll ������.iii!:i{i������'l';Or iiinl.i.i in  I'1 Inl Mine,1 7lll. 11>1 L MniUilJfCi'.Ti-m'&mm.XXM-tilvlnm CO.  i.uttu ,>'itic.i iui| iiiiL _fora*'tiii It ini(wi)             nrorfirttniOoii (I  if  THE  NEWS,, CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  1ISHIIII1  ^ams and Jellies1  v\m*r r ,,iVl. vynjfhi;4't!������nw";,j. ).\^^r  I FANCY there is scarcely a  housewife who does not,  in  midsummer,  gaze  upon  the  'embarrassment    of  riches   In   the   way   of   fruits,   and  eay  aloud,   or  to .herself,   "Oh,   how   1  ���������wish I might, have some of these In midwinter!"  But when winter coipes, such fresh  fruits as may he bought, if one has the  money, do not taste as do those of the  warm season. They have been brought  from jjreat distances and, to insure  iheir keeping until the journey's end,  have been picked before they are ripe.  Or, if they are hothouse products, they  are, at best, but poor substitutes for  the summer fruit. In many homes,  however, an obstacle quite as great and  tangible as distance and cold weather  is lack of means with which to purchase  such delicacies as appear only on rich  men's tables. One housewife declares  that "winter strawberries taste too  much of gold" for her to enjoy them.  But In the summer, when the fruit is  ln  Its prime,  It  can  be preserved and  made  Into  jams  and   jellies   that  will  JgL8nJ_PUg.JP_KQ0J_gtead when_the_b_arren.  season comes.  There has been much nrgument as to  -whether there is economy In "putting  np" fruit in one's own home when one  can purchase from her grocer such  really excellent canned'articles as are  now for sale. Years ago, no "canned  goods" prepared in factories equaled the  home product. Now canning has been  perfected  to  such  an  ex-tent   that  she  "Engage the children of the family  to help."  must he an exieelleifl cook who dares  assert that her-kitchen can "turn out"  vegetables and fruits as good as those  preserved by trustworthy manufacturers. And if one must buy her own  fruits at market prices, there Is little,  if any, economy in doing her own preserving, jellying and jamming, especially If she takes into account the fuel she  must use In the process ano the -value  of her time, If it is of any financial  worth, Each of these factors must be  considered In counting the cost of home-  cooked sweet* and those bought from  a reputable concern.  Let. us suppose, however, that our  housewife raises in her own garden her  berries of various kinds, that she has  her own apple, peach and plum' trees,  and_ that_ from her own_vlnes_she plucks_  The^rapes she-uses. Under these conditions she may congratulate herself  that in making her own conserves she  is  saving money.  In planning for this work try to arrange to put up several kinds of fruit at  ���������> once. This is economy of labor and  time, as It takes no more heat to cook  three articles on a hot day than one.  Moreover,   as   one    must    be    In    the  kitchen, one may as well "kill two birds  with one stone," or put up several varieties of fruit over one flre,  To facilitate matters, have all ingredients and utensils ready beforehand. If  the fruit must be peeled, do this, if possible, early in the morning, or even on  the afternoon before, dropping each  piece la cold water us soon as the skin  Is removed. If berries must be hulled,  hull them the day before. As to the  tedious business of "topplrig and tailing"  gooseberries, enguge tho children. In the  family to do this a day ahead of time,  paying them'a few������i>enntes for the task.  See to It that glasses and jars nro  scalded and rinsed out In cold water anil  ready to be filled. Be fsyre that the jar  lids fit tightly and that the rubbers aro  new and unbroken. A detective rubber  will cause the fermentation of an entire  jar of perfect fruit, A pair of kitchen  scales Is an important article at preserving time.  Use. agate or porcelain-lined kettles  for preserving and jelly-making. Have  a spoon with such a long handle that  the steam from the contents of the  kettle will not scald your wrist and  hand as you stir them. A wooden  spoon, or agate, is better than one of  metal, upon which the acid of the fruit  may cause a chemical action which will  affect the taste.^or color of the fruit It  touches.  Of all jams, that made of strawberries  Is perhaps the most popular; but gooseberry and currant are so good when,  served with crackers  and cream cheese that  tlie housekeeper will  do well to lay In a  generous supply of  each.  Strawberry Jam  Hull the btrries and  weigh them. Allow as  much granulated sugar  as you have berries.  Wash the berries  quickly and drain immediately. Put into  the preserving kettle  with the moisture  clinging to them, and  as they heat mash  them. Add the sugar  and bring to a boil,  skimming the scum off  as it rises to the surface. ' Take from the  fire and boll until quite  thick. Put the berries  "back into the"_juice';  bpi) up once and pour  into jars. If there Is  too much juice, dip out  some of it and make  into strawberry jelly.  Gooseberry Jam  Top and tail and  weigh the berries, For  every   pound   of   fruit  "A pair of scales is necessarj.  "Don't forget the long-handled spoon."  allow three-quarters of a pound of granulated sugar. Wash the berncs and put  them, with the waler clinging to them,  Into the preserving kettle, and set them  where they will heat slowly, stirring  them up from the bottom often. When  enough juice has exuded from die fruit  1n prevent scotching, boll gently fur un  hour, still stirring every live minutes.  At the cud of an hour add the sugar  and cook gently,for an hour or. more,  or until the jam Is thick.  Currant Jam  . This Is made Uko gooseberry, but one  must allow,a pound of sugar to a pound  of fruit.  I  Preserved Strawberries  For these, select ne( many boxes of '  small berries as you have boxes of  large, firm fruit. Cap the berries, keeping tho large ones separated from those  of Inferior size. Mash tlie small fruit  and p nir them Into a jellybig, draining  off all tho juice. Measure thi". liquid,  and to every quart of It allow two  pounds of sugar. Put the sugar nnd  juice into tho preserving kettle and boll  until a little poured upon a chilled  plate begins to "jelly." Meanwhile,  weigh the '.urge berries, and allow a  pound of sugar to each pound of fruit.  Turn the sugar and the fruit Into the  strawberry juice, that has been cooked  as directed, and simmer gently. The  mixture should soon become thick, when  It must be removed and, while hot,  poured into jelly  glasses or small jars.  Preserved Peaches  .Peel the peaches and,  after removing the pits,  ' weigh the fruit. To  each pound of this al-  ' low a pound of sugar.  Put the fruit Into the  kettle in layers, covering each layer with  sugar. "Simmer gently  for a half hour after  the boll begins, then  remove the peaches  and spread them on a  platter. Boil the syrup  until thick, .skimming  often. Pack the peaches  into, jars, fill these to  overflowing w i t h the  boiling syrup and seal..  Gingered-Pear  ���������".'\ Conserve  Have ready a quarter peck of green pears,  3 lemons, 2 oranges, 4  pounds'.of-v.-granulated  sugar;1 2 ounces'1 of  green ginger root and  a glil of water, Out  the pears Into quarters,  peeling them, removing  the   cores   and   drop-  ilriK into cold water. Grate the rina  from the 3 lemons; scrape tho rind  'rom the ginger r.������ot. Put through  ���������he food chopper the drained pears  iml the ginger root; add to them the  iugnr, the grated lemon rind, ihe,  ,'ilcc of the lemons and oranges and  ne gill of cold water. Boll all together Zlk hours   and pour Into jelly  ;lassbs.  Quince Honey  Wash and wipe hard 3 very large  Uiini-OM; grate them, skin and all,  lown to the core. Add n quart of  water and ," pounds of sugar nnd boil  .uitll as thick as honey, then pour  nto glasses.  Fruit  Conserve  Scrape   and   cut   small   enough   pieplant to make a quart; stem a pint of  ���������oil   currants;   I'lck   over  carefully   a  ���������ilnt   of   red   raspberries;   eut   line   a  jound   of    walnuts    and   a   pound    of  MHMltjd    raisins;    cut    up    2    oranges:  irate the rind and  squeeze the Juke  from  2 le.nons.     Weigh  all;    add    an  i'qual  weight of suirur nnd boll until  thick.   Put into Jars and seal.  Pencil  and   Orange  Marmalade  Peel   enough   peaches   to   maku   C  pounds  after  the  pits  have  been  removed,    t'nick  20  peach-pits   and  re-  . move  the  kernels.    Chop  the  kernels  and add them to the peaches; add   the  juice and pulp of I large oranges, and  stir in 4 pounds of (sugar.   Boll, stirring often, until thick und clear. Put  into   sinuses   and,    when   cold,    pour  parafllno over the marmalade,  Currant Jelly  \Yu"-h tbo currants; put them, still  wet, into the preserving kettle, and  set where flic fruit will heat very  slowly. When it is hot and broken,  squeeze It through a Jelly, bag. Measure tlie juiccrand to each pint allow  a pound of sugar. Put tho sugar In  shallow pans in the open oven to heat,  stirring It often, that it does iiot burn.  Return the juice to the flre and boll  steadily for twenty minutes, then add.  gradually, the heated sugar, bring to.  the boiling point, take from the fire  and pour into glasses.  Peacli Jelly  Peel and itone a peck of peaches,  slicing or cutting them, and'adding- to  them, a dozen cracked peach pits.  Cook unl.'l the fruit is broken and  soft, then strain and measure. Return  to the flro, add the julse of a lemon  and boil for twenty minutes. Stir in  a pound of heated sugar for each pint  of juice,  boil up once   and pour into  glasses,  mdtaWvh, front  l-wvvti  Baked Tomatoes Stuffed With Corn  Prepare the ^tomatoes as in the last  recipe, but fill with cold boiled corn,  seasoned well with ealt, butter and pepper,    proceed as with the forcemeat.  Thi..j is a good wny of using the leftover of cooked macaroni,   ln this case  'pass i'arriiesa'n cheese with the tomatoes. '  IMPORTANT NOTICE  ���������nECAUSE of tho enormous  t\ number of letters sent to  ���������*-* the Exchange, I must ask  contributors to limit their communications to 100' words, except  in cases of formulas or recipes  whloh require greater space, J  teant all my correspondents to  have a showing in the Corner,  and If my request in this respeot  Is complied with it will he possible to print many more letters,  Attention is called to tho fact  that Marion Ilarlantl cfinnot receive money for patlerns, as sho  has -no connection with any department that sella them.  MOST of our spneo today will  bo  devoted  to  recipes, solicited    or  contributed,   'JNiey hnve neciimu-  latcil  uputi  iny  hands until a general  clearance duy hus boconio a necessity.  As one of tho principal objects of tho  ISxchunxo   is-ns   tho   title   denotes���������  mutual helpfulness by means of n uom-  jKii'lHon   of   housewifely     mentis    nnd  methods,  an   occasional   grouping   of  recipes tried by tno donors and recommended   to   their   sister   housemothers  cannot hut bo useful nnd eiicoui'iiglrig to  thoso who are ronohlng nftor the nn������t  UiliiKH In the practice of their profession,  _" l-\ CI. M." (Dakota) asks for recipe* fnr  ���������'Hnr-le-Duo ��������� nnd "Lndy Bnutlln . Tickles."  J Imagine she moan* "I.iuly HriHlc>," ami I  risk sending onn for tlmt condiment.  lady Sofllo Pickles  Throe iloison nieillum-sUnd worn eucum-  Un, sliced tlilni I 'pound of seeded raisins,  J li'nii|ii>iillfill nf wliolii nllsplce; 1 mineii of  ���������tick cinnamon, ) winti><i nutmeg,  Put nil Mm Ingredients Into n porcelain-  llri'rt kettle ft ml cover Willi elder vlni.gur,  lloll Imlr mi hour,  When tliu pinkie In cold nilil \, ounce of  ������������������fiery seed, I'm into sniiill Jurx nml keep  lightly cloned, It In not ni'Ciunary to seal  the (uim.  Bar-le-Duo  Worn Inrgfl, ripe currants cnrofully, Weigh  tlicm ii ml nll.iw 3 iinuinlii uf sugnr to each  round of fruit, Out a more cupfuls of Juice  from a reserved supply nf currants, Put n.  cupful uf this Into a preserving kettle with  3 pound* of sugnr nml conk r. minutes, skimming closely, Then mid 1 pound nf whole  rurrnnts nml conk fl minutes longer after  the boll is reached. Strain the Juice from  the currajitH Into n bowl, Turn the juice  back Into the kettle nnil boil until It In  thick' and clear. Skim clenn of scum una  strain through a cheesecloth bug upon tho  fruit; Put ail Into the kittle nml boll hard"  for 1 minute,'removing the scum ns It risen.  Fill Jelly (.Musses with th* preserves, stir-  ring it up from the bottom ns you do this, ������  thnt both fruit mid syrup may no into ench  kIusb,  Let. the glnssrg pet cold before covering  with puriiflliie.  Mrs, 0. 0, 0,  (Geneva,. III,).  The imported bni-lc-due has no needs  ln It, They are removed from the,currants with a large needle, and most  'carefully,'not to mangle the berries, As  each currant must be treated In this  manner, the process Is delicate und  tedious In the extreme, Few American  ctoks cun afford to expend time nnd  labor upon It:  Therefore we take the conserve with  th'������ seeds.  Prune and Apple Filling for Turkey  Kor'n turkey woIkIiIhk about 12 poundB  you will need 1 pound of primes nnd the  mime In hulk of roo.I cooklmc applo*, Waiih  und clean tlio prunes well, l'nro and (pint'-  ter the apple*. Cook upp!en ami primes  together with hnrely ciioukIi water to keep  them from burning, Uiok about fi minutes  nftor tho boll be-Klns, Htirrlnn in prevent  scorclilnif, Let tlie fruit Bet cold beforo  MtiiflhiK the turkey, llofore putiim; It In,  rub the Inside of the body with Hilt nml  pepuer.  lllml n few slices of fnl suit pork over  the breuit of the turkoy while It Is ronst-  Injf, ,  , It Is not necessary to use tho finest quality of prunes for thin purpose.  a, ,1, (C'lilcngo), m-  It you can iimi theso recipes In tho Kx-  chuuKc, 1 slinll be wind thai I hnve sent  litem. They lmve all been tented and found  tiiltliful In my own kitchen,  Almond  Cakes  One-diinrler pound of iho very sweetest  butter ymi enn ltd! !i pound of pulverlxed  Him a r, sifted,  Iti'iit thenc"toiiother to ft hard inure, Add  the yolks nf II well-hcnum eirns, When vou  Imvn a siiionih ei'i'iini, n.l.l i nuneei of  blanched and sliced nlmnnds nml (1 ounces  of Hour In which hns been sifted n sennt  tenspmmful nf linkliiR-powder.  Htlr wllh n wooden spnnn until you hnve  a smooth I'listc of the consistency of iiis-  nult iloimli. ,1'se sitimr In innklntt tlm  . ilouiih Into Imlls, Ret these ������n Inch npnrt  In a, irreaieil pnni wet the tops Huhtiy;  sprinkle Uigur over them nml set hnlf an  nlmnnil In the center of ench bnll,  Unko to n dellente strnw color,  They will coBt  dre worth it,  cent apiece,  but they  Pepper  Nuts  Beat the whites of i . eggs to a stiff  froth; add the beaten yolks und stir In a  pound of pulverized- augur, lient nil together 4,r. minutes, Then ndd u pinch  of hartshorn i it grnted nutmegi lastly, V4 teaspoonful of mixed splcos���������clovoa,  allspice and black pepper, Cut out with  a tin tube (or the top of a pepper cruet),  Set the mils nwuy In a cold place for ii  few hours beio'rc baking thani, -This'recipe  will require. 1 pound of Hour; .worked In  lightly nfter tho epics go In. lloll out tho  dough  less  than  half uu  Inch  thick.  When tho nuts nro cold they will be very  hiird, and will kioji for mnntha, To soften  them, bold over the heater I'or a few minutes,  Prult  Cake  Crenm together a cupful of sugar and  half iih much buttor, Add '.! bouten eggs,  a cupful of mnlusses nn.l. V, a cupful of  strong, cold coffeo In which you have dissolved a scant tenspoonfiil or baking soda,  Have ready 3 cupfuls or sifted llour; I'  cup of mixed raisins, tigs nnd dates, chop-  pod tine; 1 cupful of cleaned.- dried our-  rants; \\ pound of citron, cut very line,  nml ilia same of blanched nml shredded  almonds and a teiispooni'ul of mixed spices  ���������cinnamon, cloves, mac..., nutmeg and ginger.  Whon (lie butter Is mixed, llnvor with tho  strained Julco or u lemon. Hake In n moderate oven I hour. I.ln.i the baking-  pun wllh liutlored impel",'  'I'lils enkn will keep moist for somo  months,  If kept In a tin box,  Sprliifflies  Vour eggBi 1 pound or powdered sugnr;  1 li'iisporiiilul or liiikliig-|ii>\ii|i.|' ior a smnli  pinch of hartshorn); '.' quarts of Hour,  sifted three times; I ttMspiinnfiil of vanilla  exti'iicl,  Heat whites and yolks supnrately; mix  sinnoihlv with the siried sugur, Meat long  ami well Add llour, folding It lu lightly,  Have ready 'i ll.niiv.l bls.'iili donnls. l(iii|  mil the ilniigh Imlf nn Inch thick ami  cut Inlo slinpes. Arrange these upon u  second hnnrd and leave Ihem there In n  cold  |iliicii overnight   in stiffen  Into shape,  lliilce the sprlnglles next morning. Drenve  nml Hour lhe ilium lightly, "pi-lnklc nnls..  seed nil over tli,, bottom nml lav In llm  cakes nn Inch apart. Make In a moderate  oven in ii dne siimv color.  They will keep for u wnr.  PUAOriOAI.  H<)rHEWll''i:  (IhlffAlo).  I hojie Hume of lh"������n nre what ynnr  correspondents nre looking for, Mv mother  whs born'nt tho south and cooked In thn  nlil southern way. H,mn> .Iny I may ������end  you somo mnro of lior fnvorlte recipes,  BlacWberry   Cobbler  (This Is a southern dish, sometimes called  "family pie,'") Line' n pudding dish wllh  pastry and fill It with ripe, luscious blackberries. Hprlnkle liberally with sugar tout  cover with a top crust which has ' been  r&llHd thin, . doubled together and gashed  .with a knife. Open It nn.l spread over tho  berries and prcsB the edges down with a  fork,  Hake slowly for hnlf an hour. Serve with  cream or with butter and Kiigar.  In the winter use canned berries.  Peach Potpie  'Fill a bowl or basin or pudding mold  iJiic-tlilrd full of penelii'S, pined and stoned  and quartered, Pour ������ cup of boiling wnter  over them and set upon the stove to cook,  When tbey begin to holl, lay over them a  crust muuc ns fur biscuit, Cover closely  und bake 'id minutes.  Hervo with Biigar und cream or with hard  snuce,  A FARMKR'S WIFK (Trompenlan. Win,).  When J wns a child, tn old Virginia,  your peach potpie was known us "Valley lJle"���������the Valley belnt? wluit is  now known ns West Virginia, nnd  ���������peopled principally by tho descendants  of Oormnn nnd Scuteh-Irlfih IminlRruiUs.  Let us hnvo more of your mother's  pet recipes,  The Housemother's ICxchnngw may be Interested In a icclpo over Uio years old,  Here It Is;  Sugar Cookies  Two enr.H uf sugar und 1 of shortening  imlllglei] luid nnd buiter), 1 egg, 1 cup nf  sweet milk, 1 tonspmmfiil of snlerntiis dissolved In milk, n pinch or salt, 1-s nf a  Kiit'il  uuiiiK'g,  1 (|iinit of slficii (luiir,  Hifl the tlimr Into u bowl, rub sugar and  shortening well through the Hour nud ndd  tlm egg wlth.uit beating, then the other In-  Hiedlenis, Htlr long unit well, Mix lu llour  fnr a good dough thiit will iidl out easily,  Out Into ������lmpes nnd hnke In a iinlcU oven,  ���������inn nmy strew sugnr over them or nick  n rnlsln In Die middle,  These lire lovely rookies. How well |  recollect how, ns u child, 1 stoml over the  lii-iiird and begged for win hot ftiiin the  oven!  I am now1 1(1 yenrs old,  LCIIllwiNIC  II,  11.mlii,  Mich,).  An old friend nnd correspondent, al-  (hough but 10,  Fish Sauces  Will you (ell  iii. ef n frw  >������u,;t;n to be  tatsn  with fried or, linked  flshT    I  some  times   Bee   "Serve   with   crenm   sauce"   or'  "with white suucfi."   Also I read of "Fish  a la Maryland."  Could you give me any of these?  I send .herewith recipes for cold Icing for  enke. I nover havo luck with boiled  icings. Mrs. I. L. K. (Reading, Pa.).  An especially nlco sauce to be eaten  with fish Is, likewise, a-handsome garnish:  Hard Lemon Sauce for Fish  Stir to a cream 2 tablespoonfuls of  b'utiter with the juice of a lemon. Heat  It until you hnvo a smooth white mans;  then stir Into It a heapliiB tablespoonful of finely minced parsley, Have,  ready several halves of lemons from  which the Bides havo beon scraped,  leaving tlicm wholo and clean. Fill  these with the creamy sauce nnd lay  about the llsh whon served. Or, If the  fish be served upon individual plates, ns  at a luncheon or dinner party, lay one  nf the lemon "cups" full of snuce upon  ouch plate. I Rive hero the proportl'iiH  for the mixture. You may Increase tho  quantity nt pleasure,  White Sauce or "Drnwn Butter"  Bring to n bubble 1! tublnspooiifiilH of  butter In n fryliiK pun, Stir In li tubli-  spoonfuls of ibuir and work it. Into the  but ter froip the sides toward the w.tfr  of (ho pun. Havo hented In a saucepan  it cupful or milk; add this MTtidimlly to  the* roux in the frylnir pan nnd bent  wniooth, Season with a dnsli nf strained  onion Juice nnd white pepper, with salt  to (lisle,  Eg������ Sauco  Mnke ns dlronti'il nbovo, nnd bent in  at the Inst a little minced parsley mul  1 or morn hiird-huiled <'kks, chopped  very lli.e.  Snuce Tftrtnre  Make it gnml (Irnwn butler ns dlrceled,  but substitute holllriK water for Hiu hot  mllli. TIiIh iluno iitul llm mixture  I'li'iinied, iwat In u tenspnoiiful of  French mustard, 1,4 teuspoonfiil of strained onion Juice, a dusii of cayenne, it  little salt, a hciipltiK teaspoon/til of  minced encumber or Kherliln -plcklo ami,  ut Hid very lust, the beaten yolk of an  .���������MP. Stir Juwt Imlf 11 minute nfter the  1-V.K 1,'ces Into the holllnn mlxturo.  LABELS FOR HOMEMADE PRESERVES  Bechamel Sauce for Fish  Put tlie bones, the head and a few  ouiiccs of the fish meat Into a sauce-  pun with 2 tablespoonfuls of carrot,  cubes and hnlf as much minced onion,  also n hay leaf. Pour over all 'i cupfuls  of cold water; cover closely and simmer  down to n cupful of liquid. Strain and  season with paprika- and salt, Jlavo  .ready a cup of'cream (or half milk,  half cream), heated with n pinch of  soda, Put the fish stock bnck over the  lire, , Htlr Into It a roux of Hour and  ��������� wulor made (is directed and, when thin  lias ilili.'licmil, udd the hot cream and  take at onco from the lire,  Voui" request for "Fish a la Mnrylnnd"  Is referred. 1 have no recipe hearing tho  no tne.  You may Invent for yourself numerous viil'lutloim based upon the formulas  f. r sauces, The snmi* neiietnl rules, apply to tliein nil.  I tiaine one more Ihat deserves notice  for Its simplicity, and bucause It Is an  admirable  adjunct   to   beef   In   several  forms-roost, boiled, braised or broiled.  Horseradish Snuce  Wet a went spoonful or grated horflo-  iiidisli wllh the Juice of Vji a lemon und  bent ll Inlo 11 cupful of white Simon  (butter drawn with milk). Work1  Into ci-entny whiteness und It Is, reudy  for in-.e. As nn adjunct to corned bcuf  ll  has no equal.  Pimentos  Ynu will de me a gient kindness by publishing In the Kxehnrige n recljKi fur pre-  liuini; i.Iiii.'iiIiim. I tiuve sought In vain  fnr nils tiiriiinth my cook books,  MAUD I-. (Aliihiireltti, Cln.).  Keferml, The pimentos, which como  to 11s In i'iiiis, are a tropical Rrowth.  I hnve never Keen tliern (trowing In tho  United Hlute^, or In our markets. Jn-  foriiiiilliiii upon thlm subject will Po  gratefully iccelved  For Perspiration Stains  Will jini till me what 10 do for an nine-  11.y������������ Inntutnwiii' ilress thin til" l,i.<-<mir ill������-  nilnicil .uim.* ()iu khuulders by pernplrn-  Hon?  I am 11 (ruIII to touch |i until I heir from  v..,i AXNnVKli  (Arctic,   It.   I,),  Two rnrresprmdimls hnve nmnired um  ("imtiilently thut white vinegar will  rectify mischief done In colored fabrics by perspiration. Try It upon a  bit of tlio guwn flrxl, tf you elinnce to  huve It.  (  STRAWBERRIES  ^  /  ,  (  STRAWBERRIES  )  (:  STRAWBERRIES  )  (  STRAWBERRIES  )  ,  c  STRAWBERRIES  )  (    BLACKBERRIES   ")  C    BLACKBERRIES")  c  c  c  BLACKBERRIES  BLACKBERRIES  BLACKBERRIES  3  3  C CHAD APPLES"  C CRAB APPLES  C CRAB APPLES'  ( CRAB APPLES  ( CRAB APPLES"  J  3  CURRANTS  >  r  ^m  r>������- 1  r. 1 1 *-*-.  rtMCntd  "N  c  c  c  c  CURRANTS  CURRANTS  CURRANTS  CURRANTS  1  C  C  c  c  PEACHES  PEACHES  PEACHES  PEACHES  3  K.  C  c  c  c  uhthnit.5  ~\  CHERRIES  CHERRIES  CHERRIES  CHERRIES  3 m*r***p*rv-*v*\-*rrf}!*k%ir*a}t^%  THE NEWS, CUMBERLAND, BRITISH COLUMBIA,,  r  ?a. xiXfa-aVtmaamaa  ���������jr.V,"������*.J������;."3.fl't.'Clli,WJ \jj.-..->'.;-1W.W*������"  '���������..iji;' Tiff i tt-Ti ALaaJua-wi.*  THE -FURNITURE STORE 'N  JUST ARRIVED  ���������A SHIPMENT OF-  * CHAIRS  MORRw  SEAGRASS ROCKERS  HIRANO,  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  Ladies' & Gkntlkmkn's  taii.or made   suits  FKOM   820,00   TO ������35,00.  Cleaning   and Pressing  DOW K'at  Reasonable Prices,  <&5)������������<jXM)������?X8������3^^  S. ISAkA. PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Phone 52  Cumberland ?.0.    J  A full line of Furniture ami House  Furnishings to select froin . ���������         '   l  . A..MoKINHON McPhee Block, Cumberland  In view of the fact 'hat ani  election is announced it is interesting, to review lhe result of the  last contest, that of October 26,  1908, just a little less than three  years ago. The result on that  occasion was the return ot 133  Liberals, 85 Conservatives, and  three Independents. Three provinces, Ontario, Manitoba and  'British Columbia, returned a  majority of opposition, while six, j  Nova Scotia, New Brunswick,  Prince Edward Island, Quebec,  Saskatchewan and Alberta, elect  ed a majority of government supporters. The returns by provinces was as I'qIIqws;'  Lib  Ontario .......... 36  Quebec..... .... .53  , X'ew  Brunswick;. . l.r  Nova Scotia...-.  Prince Edward Isl  Manitoba .,...'.'.-.  British Columbia.  Saskatchewan ....  Albena.     ........  Yukon        ......  "Thu Liberal,":, nre ready; thu  sonnet' the elections eome, tin*  better. Now, or in September or  October, it is merely n question of  minority.    Success was  never  so  " a,  certain since Sir Wilfred   Laurier  came ii'to power.''  ��������� St. Joliii Tele(������i'!un.  MAROCCHI BROS    H  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Ladies' and  Gentlemen's Suits   Made   '."������  ^~A,  from $20 to S35     All V.'ork First. Class  Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  3  2  9  ; 4  1  Con.  48  11  2  6  1  8  5  1"  3  o  -85^  In addition -tp these figures  ^hefe were the three. Independents already referred to, of whom  two came from Ontario, and one  from Quebec, The two former  fire supporting the opposition on  the question pf reciprocity,-.' aud  have done so generally on other  issues during the parliament just  dissolved, ��������� The Quebec'Independent was elected as a labor  man but has consistently support  ed the government.  -���������<������-  Tho Laurier policy menus unity,  Hot septiritisiu (as is claimed liy  tho Conservatives). It is 11 swjuel  nf the policy of Li .orals, nay ,"f  jn'tM'Y Brill.11 since the days whon  tlm peoplo of England foic.cd from  King John the principle tlmt the  people innsl, rule. It took mnny  years for tlio extension of this prjn  i-iplij to extend to the still' governing iintionsi'f the British Empire,  but it. has not been until the  i*t tenth (<f tho   Liberals  ovi������i'8tn������  |ias Imn 11 exercised, under Lanr-  ier's leadership, thai nil hnve  united in the doctrine of co-ope-  1'atioii within tlm Empire l'mm  \viihin itsfli* ���������Otttiwu Fieo I'ress,  A cenn I ing to  t   Prince Rupert  despatch, S. M. Niiwimi, edit.ir of  the  Kuipii'i! newspaper,   hns 1111  iiiiuni'cil liiiiiHi'lf us 11 candidate on  flu' Coili-til'Vi'tivt:   side for Coniox-  Ailiu,   ..^   On ils first 1 act bound journey  fv"���������in. Ki'-vv York, ib" (jiiim new  "White Star liner Olympic earned  'ml,  n'.oronii").!..'  At a meeting of the Conservatives held" Tuesday'night the fol  losing gentlemen were elected to  act as delegates to the convention  to be held in Nanaimo on Aug.  16'h:���������Messrs O. T. Smithe, iV  R. MacDonald, R Grant, and W  Dunn. So far the name of Mi.  Thos'E Bate is the only ore that  has been brought forwaid bv the  \j 1  Conservatives south of Prince  Rupert, aud he will no doubt receive the unanimous support of  he Conseivatives in this part of  the district.  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  T,*g*M>mr&**>*ffkaS*^^ *%**W*wf������������^*W*U>������������6*>S  A Liberal convention to s lect  a candidate to contest (jomox  ���������Atlin cons.iti'.ency,"will bu held  at Nanaimo on Saturday, August  l'Jih. A Coitsei'va iyu convention  for the saute purports will be hold  nlso at 'Nanaimo on Wednesday*  August   10th.  ���������On  v,c     bit tall.  ���������W-el i-ihei-e-S-U at ig���������i t��������� a -i LL���������I-ve-  sjept in again! That's two shifts  I. have, lost this '.'week, I will  havy to go- a ten-spot; short this  pny-day, now.  twicivhhy." I'll  Bert Astou's and get; one ol those  Big.'Ben alarni clocks. 'Iheii I  will huve ji clock 1 can rely on.  uinl no more lost time, ' \  ,:  Bert Aston next toTarbeil's.  y;o  btraiglit.  to  City Council  '   The  City  Council   held   their  reguhir session on   Monday  evening, there  hoing  present  Alder  men   Banks,   Ptii'iiliain,   Willnrtl  and the. mayor,  The minutes of previous meeting were read and adopted.  Accounts: Islai der, $2 00; El.  Light, M.,10; Meniiin &,, Potter.  2.00; Colliery Company. 2.00;]  R, Ornnt i^Co. 18 50; New Eng-'  land Motel, tt.75; Telephoned).  50c.  Constable Gray's report: Scavenger, #-104.50; Night Watchman  42. EO; Police Court, 20.00; Brew,  ery, 10.00; Hull Rim it, 30.00;  D.igTnx, d.00; Scales, 50c.  MatmciM' Curtis' rent not being  being paid up It) dale, it was niov-  ed nnd seconded thnt hu he nofi-  iliul to pny up within iwunty four  hours, ns there was no excuse for  his being in nrrears,  DehynturcH I'or sower loan, were  mounted hy City Cleric, returned  >y Uoynl Bunk,  hcing paid,  Com mimical ion wn,s icceivcd  fi'oin Pacific Const Association ol  Fire OlikdV, inviting cifv's eliief  to attend tiiueteenth aimual convention to be held at Vimeoiivei  mi SeptiMiihcr 11. 12, IM and 14th.  No action wns tukcu,  The mayor ami city clerk were  mil homed to lUTiuign with liiyal  Bank f-��������� 1* overdraft,  This valuation of property recently included   within   Iho city  ,   I iiiiiite, i������ iii> ioiiowr-: hciiooi   prop  nv< .'an'., iii 'iin- mlffiim.'  m  tJ.w -    -������������������  ������������������-  hlMory of Atlantic shipping. Tho  iniuiiier on iioiiril. including tlio  cr.'W. ii|ii'(i,viiiiiiit'(l 55,000 souls,  tf.").0U!) pou in li. oi I't'of iverc con-  ^iiiieil during the trip; also 10,000  pounds of iputlon, 2,1-00 pounds  pf veal, 15,000 pound-, of pork,  b',������;U" i-ltK"! "in,* T.'.'O fl-l., 2,001)  lolii-tet>, 5,C00 gniinn hens, four  liirlSei-, h,000 eulh'iis nj' milk,  JOM giiUdiis cf citam. 6,000  pound, of bii!lei\ !l,(M������0 egg^ 552  tons t>f j>(*tutoc.s*, 1,500 cpimtH of  ie������; ���������'���������'!) itii,   '20 UilieU   of   '.igiU  Vies/' 1 Snrrel.< of flour, ami 770  Il������i> ���������% i.i'lfuit.  Another Liberal Paper.  The members of the Canadian  Press Ltd., have had official ��������� announcement, that a new morning  paper is to be started shortly iii  Vancouver The Canadian Press  Ltd controls the franchises for  the supply of telegraph news,  hence the announcement to. tliern.  Ou behalf of |a company ��������� being  organized, Hon AVm.Templeiuan  federal .minister of mines, and the  owner of the Victoria Times  newspaper, has asked for a franchise for the new paper.: It is to  be known as ihe Morning Sun,  and will be the Liberal organ of  the city of Vancouver. Tne  company which will publish the  .paper, has_already_been meorpor  ated. Nearly all the leading  Liheralsiu Vancouver are behind  the project.  Miscelaneous Notices  NOTICE. .  ?tlr, (4. Ardley. of Comox, ht-s  in his possession :���������. btirrel of huns *-  hold goo Is, shippel with his  freight from Victoria, which does  not belong to him . Ownei can  have same, by applying to the  above and .paying-expenses.  Cumberland (V   Cnim' Water  .   Works C'.,   Lul.  SELLING  OUT       |  BUGGIES and  FARM IMPLEMENTS  AT     LOWEST     CASH      PRJCBS.  ������iEU^i������attJB������;,rs.rwaK,a!:AvtMi: aftf, . '���������, ���������   -ttt"  x  m  '   courtenay items.;;;,:: .;,  Ilayiug is comp'eted iti tlie;  ..Valley. ' There was a-bumper  crop and the w ea'her was most  favorable.,  The government is erecting a  new school at a point a mile east  of Coniox I'or lhe accomodation  of the children iu that district.  Dr. Poote is moving into'Mrs.  Maimers' house. Comox,.and,can  be reached by telephone.     -  "Obnoxious Weeds" notices  are being freely distributed  through the Valley. People are  wondering if this is dxme for the  good of the public or lor the pur  pose of re. civing $2.50 I'or every  notice scut out. The. mailer  might be looked inio by .someone.  "Mysterious Joe" was making  trouble. He was apprehended;  yen, he was arrested.���������A search  was IWng made for the key of  ihe Skookmu House, Comox ���������  Joe mysteriously disappeared  during the search. Question���������  Where is foe?  citv,   $1.^,000;    Cii\    ouiiiiing'".  ,$;l,b()0; G, W. Clinton's property,  $;i,oou.  Hoard "f Works  reported   pro-  ^-.������ ���������>>��������� i*- ��������� ���������"��������������������������� n"k--n '-"     ' ",<    ' '-**  lllgS.  CAMPBELL HIVER KOTES.  The SB. Spokane has been  raised at Plumper Hay mid will  go south under her own si earn,  Col. Holmes, ol Victoria, is up  here with a crew of men to survey a road from Duncan Hay to  Strathcona Park.  Mr otewaii und p.uiy ate up  surveying lor U. & N.  Willows Hotel is pretty full of  iiuests,     Small sa'mou running  onnrp tvce>; cvnected in about TO  ... . .  days. I.  1  Mr Pindar, P.L.S.. arrived yes  tenia y.  Mr Andy Oakigno, an old  timer, has mine fiom the Khm-  NOTICK.  ���������'Sprinkling'., will be allowed |0  only two nio-hts-'a week, noui'lvj!  TriHSOAY.an.l FRIDAY, fn.mli  7 lo 0 (,'c.lneic iti tlm evening.  Leaky laps miie-t be a.tended 'o  at once  Any changes or niMitions to existing piping niii.-r. be. saiiclioned  by the company. ,  li.v order.  L. W. Jv'uNNS. Seci-etarv.  Cumberland. B. C.vAug. Is', 1011.  -;., .      ...���������   - -  ,     .^_ .���������  FOR SALE���������A good bugoy  horse Seven years old Ah-;.-  lu'.ely qui*t. . por puiticulars apply to la plain It. P. Vigors, Co-  nmx,-'I-I. C.  B.C. HARDWARE Co., Ltd,  I 733 Jolinsoja St., Victoria.  m*rSM*m*r\*WSa^*^  ^\\iiiiiiiiiiiiii;iiiiiii!iii!iiii:i;iiiiiii!iiiiiiiiuiiiiiiii:iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii,ii^  |  Capital $6,200,000. l?oso-rvo $7,200,010  |  I   The Royal Bank of Canada.   I  =2 aJ *  ������  I DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY   C:(J UU KNCY.   I'AYAHI.K   ALL |  I OVKLi    TDK    WOULD, t |  1 SPECIAL ATTKNT.ON paid ioSAVINCS ACCOUNTS A i   i,.M.:t |  1 ul hir'l.ei>l  On it. nt U.i:is all -Wdi on I i������--|iot hi- >.l .|l mil npwatt  1 CUMBERXAWr, B. C., Einnch, Cpen'Daily  % UNION "WHARF. B. G.,   Bub-tracti  U\m Thuisdays  R. R. CULBERT, Maiwser.  COURTENAY,    ���������*   C,    B anch,    Opou Dai-y.  %lllillllllilllllllUII!lini!!!'llll!l!;i;i!llllli:illlllllllllllll^llll!!illllll!l"lll>i:<l>,'>,"1!l>W  ;p.;;PH]LLtPRS:.HARRISGN.  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  NOTARY   PUBLI CONVEYANCING  DUNSMUIR  AVENUE  CUMBERLAND,  H ITM (l"Mi Mnf t li WUH)MUft''4  LOST���������A iiieih'l i-ettinir in  shape of biCude wL'-ell, si-t with  atnetliNst, Finder plenso rernni  to this ojllce.     Reward.  on nn tier.  arc  NOTICE,  All Permits,   for  cancelled tiitiil Fni'llier nriijce,  .1. W. QkIKVi-., I'Miv Wai'deii,  Courieiiav, U.C, .Inly 17,  1911  FOR SALK-4'> acres of hay.  by acre or ton. If hauled by purchaser, $'.20.00 per ton. ll'deliv  eivd 22,OG per tun, '(inud clover  and timothy. ApplyCh.cn Ycnk.  Wcsiuood Pin in. Sin dv. icl������, P. I  ������������������������������������s������������������������ ���������..  DISSOLUTION    OK  MSUSMir.  PART  'ool  Uooni   Uy-Liiw passetl its  third iviidinu.  Chief or Police will be im-trnct-  cd to sec that (Council ehaniiiur is  oiieiied on hand prnc'iee niirlits.  Aid,   Will.-.i'd  moved   H'cmided I dyke nnd intends settling on his  by Aid  l'ariili.tui, thai  Aldcrint 11 jp,nd near Willow Poinr.  Siewart and Mas well  be  n.iitilic.l I    Mr S Ca-ech, fovnu-rlv a  rcsi  11  am ivutomuhtlc.  nii-uni-i iiii.i ..i.i.>������t:u    ue   iiminm j Mr S C! Vicl), foVlllell V a   R'Sl  tn he present at  next   n.eeii���������K ���������f, f Cum<          jd   .'        ^  the board, to show  reason,  why .vcr a visit wit,; his l:)mi./y j,  ilu-ir scats should  not be declined j i,:, J  vawint its aldermen fur the City of  Oimhurhuut.  The council adjournal  !    f-I.M.S.   Hlitarwnter has been  \\\vfK f'������'^"v^,al 'V'Y5  NOTICK is hereby oive". that  the jiiirtiierthip linn of Maxwell  & Ii'irnal was dissolved Jul * iMs\  1U11 by 111 nt mil consent, and the  business will in future he carried  on by |{, HormiL Ml accounts  ami debts against and dm������ tho said  linn nre pavahle respectively, hy  and to I!, Ilornal, All accounts  due, the above mentioned firm,  miisthu paid by AugustU 1st. 11)11  (.Signed) A, Maxwell.  It, Horiial.  LOST-A 10-foot skiff, paint,  jji'cy. Liji'ht chain on how and  two (Muni iiirs in boat. Ilewurd  of .$5 will be paid ior return lo  Itubmt Grant >Sr., Cumberland.  IL C.   <v- -��������� ���������  FOP SALK���������40 acres ol land  on tiiu old Hsriijian estate, nboir  three   niiles    from   Cumberland.  ���������-i'l",l.   ���������������������������     .V.^-������      ������������������ .���������....������,  (������������������....���������  ������������������ >  land, IL C.  NOTICK.  Wholesale Dealer*'in WINES, LilQUOR & BEER  u*^mv-r*i*iaj^i-^rrr^mv^i'*-r, l<dv-kjmiu  P, O. BOX 483  PHONE 29.,..  CUMBERLAND!  MUUMUUMI  ��������� lMlim���������miui.n*su������/umi������iMri.YNwr...wu,r������M������' I TH, ,,  KtajMS*Mtw-mmnm,mimmmiuiBmmn.-ui>KiMmu*Mmt,fii*.^^  This is the first spring in the history of Comox  District that the local dunand for cyo.s has been  equal to the supplv. Noihiuo"pa\s better 'him  pouliiv. if they are rightly manaoed. lu-oin  with lhe lilile'fellows and'fted them CHICK  FOOD, which is a mixture of bone meal, wheat,  onts, corn and '���������oilier ^raiii, cut and blended iu  the ri^hl propoti on  to   make them thrive aud  For sale by        " *.  grow,  I  A. B.  Courtenay, B.  or  DKALKU IN KI.Ol.Ut AND FKKD  ISLyi\mlmmflmmVmX  .f^m JbdU07.BCIIWRCa.iJlJi ik,JMAffm*&Mm*mm*mm, W> ilUKUUll  fXTij vmw/ratw.wnxrii.  I)  Bicvcl  "^  y  ���������AND-  Thc F. S. Cowfe.lmn'rt   trip   of  Autju^t lOlh. will he cnncidled for1  Mint week  only. ,  tltiion S. S- Co., Vancouver. IL V. !  i  1  FOi:    SALE 5-iTHiiti    house'  with LiiihiKimi   i*i.d   fiunivv,   tiLoj  furniture.    Apply MmK My������'(?'l,b  Manyoft A\VUVK\ '���������  Automobiles  a*il  -*fl     U>������M      -mf    \0'    Immtmfmmt   V'        ��������� %������    *-*������ mmt*    W    ������\*S  A nice advertising St-uvcnir  will lie sent free In evcrv -pros,  peetive buyer who sends for our  CiHiilngue and mentions this nd-  veriisenieut.  THOS. PLIMLEY.  OrncEANnSTOPE 730YATE8ST..        VirTODIA     R H  GARAOB. 727 JOHNSON ST.. VIUIUIMM,   ra.V-#  ������������������If you Ret i' nt Plimley's it's am. uic.ht."  p g ���������w������ Do Repnirinu  mmmw. ^Br   Mt*mwwmmtm\m- 't, \W'i   '��������� a    lm^m}rafa^m^r^m7rwm^m^  ������

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