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 ������������������'. o*  :xrx-  v/.  - ���������  A  ��������� " -t/ I* y* .-<'.Uv - :K.5*.; ^::-, '\ *~:> ^/-v ^c ..-=  v.     Iff,   ,   ^   t,,. \,,^    -   Vj^ff, ju-���������t,  t    fV     v.," ' "' Vi>'  .,   vv-'V,'  . i^V^V.  %:^  K ; -',^0' ^/1%^5^# /-  ,        , i x    ���������   j -' '  ������������������   s        ,-��������� ������  '���������V  J * '   ii ������������������  A Journal Devoted Especially*r''to the lntere������t������ of Como* Dl#tH������U  ' r The News, Nineteenth Year,  ;f  CUMBERLAND ;������fCM TUESDAY, SEPT. 5th, :qji  ' ��������������� dii.'.       '���������     ���������  '' '   ^wwi^Mg^  ' -   to .  The StoVe  of $aality|  The Stpi*e  Of Quality  THE BIG STORE  *-. ,'~  ..A.-'t  1        ''^  A Large Assortment of LADIES" FALL SKIRTS,  .in the NEWEST-WEAVES and'.MATERIALS and  CORRECT  STVLES.;    BLUBS,   ;BROWNS   and'  BLACKS iu '  ������^ (diagonal stripe)  PANAMAS  and  VOILES  These skirts are correct iu every detail, and. are  the finished product of-the leading manufacturers, of  Can.ula," and prices are correct.  FOR  %'\   . J-'Y ������,"���������,'  P&^l0jMw'*.X**\* i  -J'*'^l-\'f-.*. f  AND  RANGES  Allf TOR  Olfr&  WUV'      GREAT  FurnituriiilS Household  I 1  5 u fit  SUPPLIE  B������  ������C^5 7?om  .  I- . >,  W$ITM  *a*J^-myaa/l*a^*f<^jm4  Duhsmultt Ave.,  Locals.  it  W. J, Goa d the expert piano  tnner^will arrive from Vancjiiyor  about tlie end of September'or tlis  beginning" of   October.'   Reserve  y'i ur orders for him.  :.J   .._   m <>.���������,.. ......  I  If Mr, Clements is a spuakorof  "aliii.'b oider,'' ub its mated by  tho "Marnier," uuvo us from tho  Bponkera of a lower order.  Cumberland.  Ko. 7 .pMinn'ses  to-becomo n  flon'iLliing Iin),, town.  Wallpaper >  Paints  arrtisK  '   Oils"'Em  TRY THE,  j '���������  ' ' ;'   ' '   '   '  l\  The Magnet Gash Store-  . if - --i, \l  T..E. BaW, Cumberland. '  FOR   PAYDAY, A#TD  WEEK FOLLOWING  i.  <r������;.'*4jfl-.-vkj V-1 .���������������*vi**-'-'-V���������-'���������<..  XN.  .JfonsmulriAbi,-'  T. ' I  Cumberland  IHE CANADIAN BANE  ^S!R=EDMUND^WAtKER,^.V^.rtLTD.rDrO;irTPRraiOENT:!i:i  v . ALEXANDER -LAmO, General Manageii  capita^.-* $16,660,000  REST,-   $8,000,000  nrRTU���������At Cmui-orlnni:, on  Aiigiitit tJTtli, ti������ Mr, nnd Mi'H,  SuimU'l \)\\y\*it h diiughteiv ,, ,'  Conmx Order of   Envied   will  hold tlioir lii'Ht luiniv'nisiiry pieiilc  at Millard'ri Beach on Fridnv,  Septniiibei' fjlind. ThJB branch of  tlie ortler liiit> a iiiombui'Hliip up-  p>'������������������������i"M; tlio tw'o hnndreil nnd  iifty iinr^aiiil luive in ojiitein-  pluiitii the erection of a lurgo 1ml I  on piiiisiiiiiir Aveeuue, to coat in  tliivvlei'iii'y of ton thousand dob  law,  Dr, MamlB, of the Cnrnoprle  .Lliirnry, Vict<������rl|,i.pnid Ouinbor-  hiu11 a vi������it hiHt week,  mA������*"*  Mr. .Tnckflon, of tho Vancouver  Proviuoo, wnH in town lttft wtok  in thu iuiuieVb uf (itat pn por.  Min^ Nelliy MntthowB loft by  Wo'biaidny'fi boat en roiifo lor  Toronto, wlu'i'oflh'Mvlll   cnntinnn  her pi inliw*. She w������������������ nccompared by her parents and sister  ns far a* Vancouver.  Mr, Colin Campbell, of Court-  rnny, will Mivt-r r\n nddrcfi oi-  ,,y������c|nli������n".ln Ilu* Cumberland  Hall, on Sunday, Scptomber the  lolli.  .Mrs. JmIim K|.ftlll0 ,m\ jurSi  Robert Hoiiihii'sou uriived home  by yiinday'rt from uu uMended  vi-it to thu OM Country.     '  Mr. and Mrs. I������, SteplmiiBtiti, (.f  Naiiiiimo, pa routs of Mr. I'.fit  Stephenson arrived ,in town in  Thiiradiiy evening last.  Martin liigbertson, lirst uilieer;  lCdw'n Haztd, necoiul ollicer; O.-  ear AihIoikuii, quurter ma ter, and  Diiliiel Si'iluiun, Kpeeial cunst'tble  wyi'o'iirrai^iuiil beforo Mugi.siniie  Abranin un, FriJiiy last, 'olmrgwJ  with looting tl,o wreuked stt-imu).  Cottage City of a lai'go qiuii.tiiy  of eurgo. Tliey were ivniiinded  for ,8 \v������el* to a wait cvidenco,    ���������  Dr. I). E, Kerr, dcutNvwill-be  ill Cumberland on and after Sept  ember 13th.  iL M. C. S, liiiiubow, was at  Comox on Monday,  Mr   P Stoddart ^ arrived from  Victoria by Tuesday's boat,J  Manager Curtis has engaged  Miss Kathleen Reynolds (pr a  few dnvs eoinmeneino; S.inivrl<n>  S^pt, tCi'Af. Mis Umiolils'ls h  woman of pleasing personality  and is gifted wi h a pleasing  mezzo sopiano voice and is 0 c  ui' ihe Vew soloists wiio can gi\e  .1 song the proper expression a������ tl  yet pronounce the \vordsdi,,unet  WNtM,$4.000.  TOR CITY SEWERAGE  Tlie jinblitj meeting held on  ���������Wfdiiesilny evening l,Wt, llt [\ie  eall ul Mayor McLeod, to ooni-iiier  matter of KO������vrs, ami cement side-  walks for Diintsiuiiir Avenue, Mas  fairly well attended by property  holdvrs. Tlie "property hoblerB  oil Oiinsninir Avenue were con-  i*pi������iioiis by lheir absence, t n|y n  few being present. CoiiMiler.  ablo diHeussiou    tixtlc' p|,,cb and  a few' ohiorioal effort* uidiil^od  in. It, was decided tlmt a coiii-  111 ttee irom the council -interview the owners uud ascertain  if tbey would be willing ro fur-  ni������h cenieut and lay 'sidewalks,  providing the city strike, a grade,  do the filling 111 uud furnish Uie  sand for mixing the cement.,  lu the liialierof sewcrH, it was  thought that the city was mjt in  a-position   to install a system,  .Rev. H.   C, 1'Veemau  ariived  home ou Tuesday evening  last,  ���������from a vi.Mt to Nnnaiinound Vii>  oria.  -' '-& y t ���������^TiFl'TTVk^"ft -r"^ercci ^fill.. recefve "deposits of., '$ 1 ahtl  -upwards, oil Whlcih .fflt^cst is u\m^x current ratis.   There is 'iio  delay in Withdrawing tbe whole or'Wy portion 0  deposits are welcomed.  vwJr,.i ,'''(,*-  Aldernian Willard arrived home  from Victoria ou Wednesday last  iu his "Ford ' a-ito purchased in  that city,  A public kc,I oul a ill bo 'tart j\ a  No, 7 mine, in Mm nenr fu'ure,  Teinporary jireiuiMis hnve been  seciireil. and Mis* Agues Frame  iijijioiitcd tnuher. 'Jhe Inn-tees  are  MocfrH   James   Gray,   John  llrown and 1'rnnk Jaynes. The  ,-ehool will start with' aboti thirl}  pupils. The government Iim."  promised to t-rcut a . seliooT lio.ite  at.tho coiiimeiicciiiuiit of-!'tlm new  year.' '      ���������  trify portion, ,of tho .depoiit'.    Small  \'\ ���������"' A234  Accounts maybe opened in the names of two or more persons':1 'to'-be  operated hy.any one of the number or by the survivor.. A juint-accounl  of this kind saves expense in establishing the ownership of Ihe money  after death, and is especially useful when a man desires to provid" fo-  his wife, or for Others depending upon him, in the event oflris death, '  CUtVIBEFL^Xi'TtRANCH .' w. V,   WlttU, Koiinp������  Mr. I Maipolc left, by Friday's  boat 'or Vancouver. Rumour  h.ts it, mat "Jack" will soon  run in double harness.  Mr. John Hunden nud Air,  $idi.lull leit by Sunday's boat I'or  '���������Vaiicou'ver.  Tenders are bcuig cnlk-d foi  by the Company, for the building of 25 more houses at No. 7  nine.  Mrs. Joint Rtb;rtiou and  daughter arrived home by.Saiur-  day's Ik ot from Vautouvev.  such as In''required by the gov^  erutiieiit plane, and that, if we  laid the mutter clearly before the  goveriineut, that they might  oomVtu.our assistance. On this  ..uggtstioii, a delegation comviug  oi ihe mayor and Mr, T. 1$. Hate  wero appointed 10 interview the  government. i.Uit to be brief,  theiie geiitlomon, left by nnto on  Wednesday uiulit for \ iciorin,  caught the j rem er and iiiem-l'  hers 'of his cabinet in u gen rois  mood- it bjing   elec i m    tunes,!  .   ,r..1.,:���������.'.1 i'i' ll  s.sj.,U,.kv,V<      SI... vy.bMlHU.ta,      U.iVl   I  secured their promise in I-lack '  and white, that we should re- ���������  eeive four thousand dolin s. just ,{  so soon as we conimcuped the !  worl; ut* repairing om' sewers.j,  Thiv of erttuse iiirludps* .sewer-  iug ihe hospi al and govfiumeut  buildings.  Thanks .tie due to Ms as Mc-  Lcud. B ite aud Robert Oram  who so kindly ami ably ass'sted  tlie del gatis, for the nwQv** attained.  ^Oijoofonr city footboll Umuik  'Iv.ft for Viiiiuotivocou Friday last,  to* try for llm ll. (J. Chainp unship.  \\'c witih ihi'in mieeoHH.  fieorgo iiiciiurdhoii loft by. J'Vi.  day's boat on a visic to frieiul* at  Namumo,  Three cases of diphtheria have  developed among tlie,children of  the town, namely Mr; vSegrave's  little daughter and two of Mr.  William McLellau's children.  matmmmmmm. ������.iH|'     ���������ww 1 wii im.i-  We are hidepted to Mr. Wilt  Clinton tor a fine souvinir book  of views of Hethlei'i'em, Penn..  where he is attending college,  also a card stu'iug that he is getting along fine, whicli we are  pleased to hear. "Witt" does  uot forget the paper iu his home  town and has a warm spot iu his  heart for it which fact we appreciate.  Mrs. A, Ron ild and daughter  anived home on Satrdny night  from, au   extended visit  to the  American side.  m.  ^*i<w    1.     um,,.  BANQUET AND       :',  PRESE^TAiCfN  Mr. John Stewart, manager of  ������������������ur local conl coal mince, has re-  idgi:cd that important poniiion,  nml cxpeeis to leiive llm* wtek for  West Virginia. II. ^. A. Wc ������������������������.  grot the (lepni'iureof Mr. Stewiiri,  for he irf a kindly, unasiiniing and  popiilnr genrli'iUMii, anil was much  cKlceuud by tlvono, cinployod un.  tier hiiii. We.,w|nh lnu every  ��������������� access on llm <ther Mile of llm  lino. We lmvo. not as yot , heard,  who will ainwiHiil him in tlm man-  llgeiuent  t)n   Saturday evening  retiring  "itli'jvd   a  1.  iiuui.igor S ow.itrt wuh  banquet by the <>n!|iory employee*  at"fho IT tii*in Huio!, ui ivii'eb in;  wiih iii������ M in il \. hli <t \,.|\ ).n ti  eome am! v, ]aab|e huit n-iff,  tuif..  aby ilociilndauaapurscof gold.  n  }\  ���������    i  v  ���������SI  '     ' 1  I.AUDRC|i^PtnTIII!������ll  A new lot of fninpli? k>t  MAI>K-TO-MHAkSi;RK  CLt>TII ING in home of lhe swollcsl paiternsimil itylcs  r,,��������� 1.M I I    if) 11     ���������     r     ,   1   >n ������      ,������      ..'.,.  ,vt    ������   ...*.*   ii.|i,   ...   mi,,.,,    .   ,', 11 vj-t,   t'^tlLiK'll    lllii'Hiu,  * Cheviot* and Korg*, jii������i in, nnd y������m hh-'uM ihiikd it ii  point toSKKTlIKMlUvFOUK oithKUINn yoi'il  SUIT. "IVici'M fiom StiO.OO i������ *,iJ0 (-0, We giijiiin.>H  a pcrleet lit.  ���������1  mf  ft  Somo more Children's i!onnot������ in Siik ,n,l |.*,,',i(.'^  S'rawimd Kmlndidery, Ladie^' l!.-itt.. ���������M.-iurAVilV  and (;.illiir>j jnst anived.  &apTpbe!i  I-  ������������������������  ������'  if  "    ' "f  im-mmmmimmmmi^mm  *rawi^|  or os.  ttaaam  HHMWi THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  Tie  \ RoundhUp  A Romaice of Arizona  Novelized Prom Edmund  Day*! Melodrama  >  -*  ly   JOHN   MURRAY   and  MILLS M1LLEK  ' tktmtKM, 1MK,  by  Q.  W. DOBa*-  ��������� ham Co,  JJJ&--,..   ,mm.:^m iOi  (Continued.)  The ruddy laced sheriff blushed to  ilie rootn of his auburn Imlr.  "Much'obliged, but 1 ain't llxed up  fer n'weddin'," iind he looked down  nt Ids travel Ntnlneil breeches, tucked  In rldliiR boots whlto with nlknll dust,  nud felt of his bti'honk'SH waistcoat  and gingham xhlrt open tit iho throat,  with the bandanna hutidkcrehlef  around Ills neck In lieu of both collar  nnd tie.  Tolly Assured .hltn that he would do  very well as he was; tliat for her part  *be "wouldn't want no b-tter dressed  innn than him" to be present nt her  own .wedding.,not even "the feller I am  Foin' to hitch up to," whereat Slim  Hoover wus greatly Ret at ease.  Polly  was bounding up the plasjza  .���������tops to tell Echo of the accession to  tier party when  Hoover held up his  jiurlly of the air und the-wholesome-  ness of life are embraced In a simple  greeting and the clasp of a hand.  The cowboys took off .their hats and  mode elaborate bows to the young wo?  man. "Howdy, Miss Polly?" they  cried.  "You sure do look pert." added  Sagebrush with what he considered  lii/j most winning smile. Fresno snickered arid hastily brushed back the hair  front'his forehead.  "Where's Jack?" she asked the two  uoen, who at once ranged themselves  one on each side of her.  "He did not start with the boys,"  explained -Allen. "He'll be along soon,  Polly.**  'Well, now, when It comes to lookers, what's the matter with, Polly  Hope?" exclaimed Sagebrush slyly..,  Glances of admiration were cast at  the girl, who was dressed simply and  plainly In a little white gown which:  Mrs. Allen had made for her for tlie  wedding.'.- Polly's youth, good nnture  "iiniHahHItyVto���������take-en re-of~ herself-1  made her, a favorite on the ranch.  Bhe'bad no need of defenders, but If  The cry of the rider was heard  quieting tils mount. Allen recognized  the voice. "It's SI Iin Hoover," he cried.  Polly clapped her hands and said  mischievously to Sagebrush: "Now  you'll-see tne utukin' googoo eyes to  somebody besides Uud Lane. I ain't  a-goln' to be tbe only girl In Plual  county Slim Hoover ain't set up to."  '���������Au' shied btf from," titled  Sagebrush, a little nettled by Polly's over-*  looking him as u subject for lllrtaUon.  "But   what's   Slim   doin'   over   this  way?"   '���������������������������''. -.,'������������������ ���������  "Come to"Juck's weddin'. of course,"  replied Polly, adding complacently,  "An' probably projectin' a hltch-up of  his own." '  Sli'.n ran around the .corner of tho  houso directly Into the crowd, who  seized him before he could recover  from his surprise and proceeded- to  haze him, to their Intense delight and  lhe sheriff's ''embarrassment, for ho  know I Imt Polly was somewhere near  enjoying his dltjcomfllure, Polly waited until her vleilui wus fully ready for  her particular form of torture. 'iMie  reception of the cownoys was crude  to her refined form of making the fat  sheriff uncomfortable.  , With the velvety cruelty of a flirt  she held out her hand, saying, "Hello,  Slim." ,  The sheriff flushed under his tan.  The red crept up the back of his tieck  to his ears. Ho awkwardly took off  his hat. With a bow and a scrape ho  greeted her, "Howdy, Miss Polly, howdy?" Meantime he shook her hand  until she winced from the heartiness  of the grip.   '-,,  brush 'brushed- nomv- nis tears and  brightened up his comrades with the  remark: "Mebbe he rid over to Florence station to get a present for Miss  Echo. He said somcthnY about get-  tin' uu nrtlckle from Kansas City."-  "Mebbe so," agreed Allen/eager to  cast out any forebodings. "It's' time,"  he continued, "ho wuz turnlu' up If  this weddin's to be pulled off by the  clock." ��������� '*.  "Has the sky pilot got here, yet?"  asked Sagebrush,  "No," replied Allen.A "He's started,  though. There's one thlng^ sartin-rwe  can't tighten up the cinches till the  bridegroom gits here."  The absence of .lack Payson and the  failure of the minister to arrive aroused the suspicions of Sagebrush.- Coming closer to Allen, he smiled knowingly and. speaking In a confidential  tone, asked: , -,  "   "Say, Jim', th'ey ain't figgerln1 on git-  tin' away on the sly-like, are they?"  Show Low Interrupted with the ex-  '���������ilowdy, Mint Pollyr" Ihey cried,  an occasion should arise that Polly  required n knight there wero n scoro  of earn at her service ait tin hour's  notice.  "Looks like a picture froin' a book,"  aald Fresno, hoping lo win back tho  ground he luid lost by Hngebrush's  openly expressed admiration.  Polly was llattered by llio coinniontB  and the glances of Ilie buys, which ex-  pressed their approval of ht>r appear-  ������nc������ more loudly ihnn spoken words.  Sho pretended, however, lo bo annoy-  rd. "Go 'long,' she hu id. "Whcro'n  Bud Lnno? Didn't you give him his  Invito?"  Tho hoys turned from one to tho'  other with feigned glances of disgust  nt being slighted by Polly for im<iib-.  wnt ono. The one sided courtship of  Hud nnd Polly wiih known up and  down tho.valley, and Indefinite postponement (if 'tholr wedding day was  otu������ of tho Jests of tho two ranches. ���������  "Oh, we sent It on to,Jilm at Florence, He'll git It In tlmo, If ho nln't  Cone to the Ijizy K with Buck Mc-  .Km," said Sagebrush;'then, turning to  the other cowboys, he added In an ag-  irrUjved lone, "I'olly ain't got no eyes  for iio one exi'ep' fVuil."    ''>     ,   ',.     ���������  Tolly stopped lo Allen's sldo nnd,  laying her iieatl on iun hhoimU-t, *n,U\,  "Ain't )'.'" , ADc)) J'.'ilfi'd the glrl'A  head. Ut> was very fond of her, look-  In* upon her its another daughter.  I'olly smiled hack Into his f(i"o nnd  then, with a glance at Iho cowboys,  ,i.,t,������ >'������.,,.. Twin .Yttii there's somo  bottles to bo opened."  The Invitation was nn Indirect one,  but nil knew what It meant nnd started for Iho house.  "Hoot beer," added Polly iuIhcIiIo-  ���������onuly.   "The corks pull awful hard."  Allen glanced ������t her In feigned  hlnrm. '  ���������'Whnt tl" you wnnt to do- stamped*  the hunch'/"  Before she could nnawer the approach of a Imrse nttrncted tho intention of the group,  "There's Jack now!" cried Sage-  limsh In tones which plainly showed  lil������ relief. "No, It ain't." he added re-  ftoeflvely. "Hp rode his pacln' man*,  nu' tliut*M u tnittln' horse."  plnnation, "You see~weWgoin' fo~dec~  orate the wagon some."  The suggestion that any one connected with Allen Hacienda would  ride In anything pn wheels except the  driver of the chuck wagon on the  round-up aroused the indignation of  the oid cattleman.. For him the only  use to which a wheeled vehicle drawn  by. a horse, should be put aviis to haul  materials that could not be packed oil  a horse.  '''.' '  ' '    ''-.���������"  "They ain't usin' any wagon!" he  fairly shouted. "They're goln' away  In the leather."  The Idea of carrying out tne traditions of tlie. horse In Plnnl county even  to a wedding,-journey tickled the boys  ���������Immensely.  Shipping" one another on the bnck  and nodding their heads In approbation, they shouted: "That's the ticket!  Hooray!"  "This nlri't no New York Idea, whore  tho bride an' groom hits the llfo trail  In a hired hack!" cried Fresno.:  Allen's feelings apparently were not  yet fully soothed, Turning,to Sagebrush, he said: "Wheels don't go In my  family. Why, her mn an' mo wero  married on - hossback. The preacher  hnd to make, a hurry Job of It, hut It  took."  "Hush, now," was Parenthesis' awed  I'omment-, . ,     ���������   ��������� ���������  "For her pop was n-chasln' us nn'*-  kept It up for twenty miles after tho  parson said ���������Amen.'"        '    '  /VOId, he .ketch yoii?" linked Fresno,  with great seriousness,  "He sure did," answered Allen, with  a twinkle In his eye, "an' ibiinked me  for Inkln' .Josephine off his hands."  The boys laughed. The Joke was  upon" themselves, as thoy had expected to hear it romantic story of earlier  days,  When tile laughter had subsided  Show Low suggested, "If we can't doe-  orate Ihe wagon, lot's put Home llxln's  im lhe ponies."    - , , ' . -      <'  The.propositi was received with more  whoops, slinullng nnd ylpplng. They  wnUv.ctr-ilbriut the shilling rancher, ,' ���������  "TIiiu'h what!" cried Sagebrush on-  thiiHliiNtl.'iilly. :���������'���������'    Allen grew stirciistlc, remarking, "I  reckon you all niiist Inivo slopped womu-  time al the water tanli,",,  ���������Ilenewed laughter greetWthls sally,  "This Is my ili'st weddin'," oxpliilitcl  m any conversation, nnd If any comment Is necessary thoy make It Indirectly.  "Well. I ain't no society bnd like you  nre," laughed Sagebrush. The others  Joined with hini In bis niorrimeut over  Fresno's dlseomtlture. "Weddin's ain't !  so frequent where I come from us they  Is In Californy."  "It's the climate," answered Fresno,  with a broad grin.  "So,you nln't never been at it weddin'?" asked Vllen. who was jooKrng  for another opening to have .more fun  with Sagebrush.  Again the cowboy became serious  and confessed: "Nope: I've ofllclated  at several plain killln's an' been chief  usher at a lyuehlii', but this here's my  first weddin', an' I'm goln' to turn  loose some an' enjoy It."  Sagebrush grinned In anticipation  of tho good limes thnt he knew Iny tn  store for hltn nt tbo dance.  "You're llxed tip ns If you was the  ma|������ alirnctlon at this event," snld  Allen, looking Sagebrush over enre-  fully and spinning hltn around on his  heel.  "Ain't I mus.sed up fine?'* answered  .���������Sngehrush. '    ,       ':':���������?:':������������������-  "You're vhe Mm* bljt turkey.'' later-,  rupfed Piueutnesls'...;.'���������. "' ',,.  "Served tip lino, with, till the trim-  mln's," lat;ghed Fresno,-..taking an>,thijr.  Jab at his friend. '*."''y-, >���������':-���������?.'?;  Tholr sport was broken ������p for the  time being by the appearance of Polly  nt the door of the ranch house'. "Hello.  hoys!" she, shouted, with"the fnsdnnt-,  lng cordiality of the western girl,  therein the breath of the plains, the  hnnd.    A   terrirying   sti^gestlou   had  flushed', through'his'ihludj' - ,'  "Hold on'a minute!" he exclatttied,  und, turning to Allen, he asked unx-  lously, "Does this here guest of honor  have to kiss the bride?" ".'  The question' was so foreign to the  serious topic which had just been under discussion that every ,one laughed  in relief of the nervous tension.  Allen's fun loving nature, at once  bubbled to the surface. With an air of  assumed anger he said to tlie sheriff:  "Of course; every guest has ip.'tto It."  Then, turning to the cowboys, ,he  nsked, "Is there.any one here as hold3  out strong objection to klssln'-"my  daughter?"  "Not me," laughed Sagebrush. "I'm  here to go the limit."  "I'm an experienced kisser. I nm,"  said Parenthesis. "I don't lose no  chance at practice."  "I'll take two. please," simpered  Fresno. -  Show  Low  Interrupted the general  -snlly-which-foilo\ved-tUls-remarkp.say--,  Ing.  "I  strings  my chips along with  Fresno."  "Slim's afraid of females!" drawled  Polly provoklngly,  "Oh,   thunder!"  exclaimed   Slim  to  Polly.   "No, 1 ain't, nothin' of the sort.,  I'm a  peaceful   imin,  I  am.   I  never:  likes to start no trouble."  "(Jet out! What's one kiss?" laugh������'tl  Allen, , '" .  "I've seen a big jack pot of trouble  opened'' by chlpi'ln' In Just one kiss,!'  wisely remarked the sheriff,  Sagebrush at this point announced  decisively.'-'"The bride has got to be  kissed."  PRINCESS  LOUISE.  The Kaiaer'a Daughter la In-  ttratting  Royal  Matchmaker*.  (To be cofitimted.)  '���������"   CHARMING   PATTERNS.  Tht Now Dreaa Models Are Cut Upon  Attractive Lines.  Delicately colored buttons In. soft  blues, pinks and purples will bt������ used  ���������n Bilks und chiffons.  Striped ribbons In black ond white  effects on course straws are much  used.  In some dress models the tunic Ir  ���������nnt KAISER'S DAUGHTER,  It Is expected there will be soma  fine maneuvering among royal parent*  or their agents who mny attend the  i-oronntlou, for young Prince Edward,  the heir to the throne of (Ireat Britain, will have to be provided with ,n  wife' before long, and tuert Isn't a  power In Hurope that would not welcome an alliance with England. It Is  quite, unlikely that tbe ������ lad himself;  who Is said to Inherit King Edward's  eye for behuty nnd Queen Alexandra's tact nud artistic temperament,:  will havo much of a voice in the selection of a bride.  The English nation prefers that Its  royal family marry In Queen Victoria's  ffnmily connection. The czarina, who is  Queen Victoria's grauddaugbtpr, has a  daughter, the Grand. Duchess Olga.  wbo is now sixteen. English royalty  hns before happily Intermarried with  the Russlansi the mother of the crown  princess of Roumaula hating been a  Russian 'grand; duchess. While -Austria has several' eligible archduchesses,  the possibilities of such a match are  remote, owing to religious differences.  Mnny persons think thnt the kaiser  would like to arrange an alliance between his daughter. Princess Victoria  Louise, nnd the helr-of Engiand. for  he is most ambitious'for ber, his fn-  vorlte rhild. and -available, crowned  heads or heirs to thrones are scarce.  With her, mother she will; attend the  coronation, and the young people will  then have a chance to become acquainted. ' ,  ���������A-j-uler of the German ruler Is  Princess Victoria Louise of Prussia,  to whom the kaiser is so devoted that  In minor matters she always gets her  will. She arrived after six brothers  on Sept. 13, 1R02. nnd Is therefore In  her nineteenth yenr. She Is ���������; colonel  of the Hussars of the Bodyguard  nnd wears her skull and crossbones  badge with as Jaunty an air ns any  young officer;. Her, royal highness Is  full of fun and high sr-'rlts nfld Is devoted to the companionship of Prince  Oscar and Prince Joachim, though neither of them Is In her regiment All  the princes are In the knlser's wonder  \ful foot gunrd regiment, The fnct  that the fiermnn princess hns so many  of the housewifely virtues to- which  Queen, Mnry attaches importance will  doubtless have weight when her Influence ir to be cast Into the balance In  nelecting a cousort fot ber son.  ENGLI8H PATRIOTIC POETRY.  - The nearest that Englishmen care  go to lyrical expression about national uffairs is such a sonnet a* Word*-  worth's "Milton, thou shouldsi be living at this hour," or the dedicatory  poem appended to Tennyson's  "idylls," which contains a memorable  passage about the retention ot the  Coloiues���������  Bo loyul is too costly I Iriends���������your  love (���������"  Is but a burthen; loose the bond, and  Is this the tone ot Empire? here the  ���������" ialth  That made us rulersP this, indeed, her  voice  And meaning, whpm the roar oi Hou-  gomont '  Left mightiest of  all peoples under  heavenP  What shock has fool'd her since, that  she should apt^k  8o feebly P wealthier���������wealthier���������hour  by hour I  The  voice of  Britain, or a.  sinking  ; land,  Some  third-rate isle . half-lost among  ���������������   her seasP  or again, such a majestic simile aa  that in Matthew1 Arnold's "Heine's  Grave."  Yes, we arraign her, but she  The weary Titan.!-with deaf  Ears, and labor-dimnied eyes,  ��������� Regarding neither to right  Nor left, goes' passively by.  Staggering on to her goal;  Bearing on shoulders immense  Atlantean, the load  Well-nigh not to be borne  Of the too vast orb of her fate.  A COUNCIL OF SEVEN  SOMETHING ABOUT THE BIQ MEN  AT SCOTLAND  YARD.  Qreat Detective Establlthmont Which  Operates From a Qloorr.y Offlc* In  London the Police Machinery  Which Is a Terror to Crooks, It  Ruled by Sir Melville MacNaghton,  Aided by 81k Specialists In Crime,  In tho great, rather grim, red-bricis  building whioh, like a medieval fort-  ross, dominates thu Thames within o  stone's throw of tho Houses of Parliament,.-there is a. large, barely-fum-  iahed room which 1-olda moro secrets  than' any other in London, with thu  possible exception, of the room oi  Cabinet mysteries. It ia'.'.the"' nerve  centre of our great,and complex detective system, which controls the currents radiating nil the world over fo������  tne discovery ��������� of-crime;,, and'-it is ii>  this secret chamber that Uie mysterious Council of Seven hold their meetings to. unravel the tangled skeins ot  tragedy. ',,  ���������;���������'���������. This council has. not long been in  existence; in fact, it is practically unknown to the outside world. It is only  a- short?'time since it occurred" to the  authorities of New, Scotland Yard;  that, in place of casual conferencea  between detectives engaged in the solution of some problem of crime, it  would be well to appoint a body ot  their cleverest dotectives ,.-��������� meu ol  acute and astute brains, with long  experience of crime and criminals���������  to combine th'eir efforts in solving the  ������ -. . i . i    , ������������������      principal mysteries j and, as might be  Among modern poems which strike   v**"^,*'1. .,,-"��������� ....(������.        .   . ������,   .  this high reflective note are two school  odes, one by Mr. Bridges about Eton,  printed in his "Shorter Poems," and  one by Mr. Ne.wbolt called "Clifton  Chapel."���������Canon Beeching, in Provincial Letters.," -  r -';������������������'���������-   "'���������-'���������:,:  Golfing Garb.  Do you piny goifV If not fenr no  more to don polling logs, for tbey are  no longer ugly, bin picturesque, nnd up  to dnte goltlng garb for women h������  quite ns suitable for walking oh for a  morning on tbe links. Sweaters are  being made to fit In trim, graceful  .Ttwtd d'miiT.   '������������������''���������"'  Cutllnqd with a fVt'uge of eotfo'n of bt  SngebWiMll 'rather apologtMJeiilly,,.:..,,,,,  "I wnnt to know!" e'xelnlined "Allen   fi7i0n bTillK.'  in surprises, (    ,j,,J0 pmin.jj ^nir, (��������� couilng oiick.  "I'm u-JIJh* you.   I M-vi-r m-t. ;i wed       >ilitf aii aowvt.(m<tJtf lH lu turwuniifn.  Big  Derby  Sweepstake.  This year the great Calcutta Turf  Club sweepstake: on the Derby waa  worth ������GC,GCGj no less than ������16,668  more than tlie previous best, attained  last year. On that occasion Captain  H. T. Italian, of tlielndin'n army, drew  Lemberg,- drawing ticket No. 92,211,  for wmcit he paiu 14 snillings. With-'  in half an hour of his being advised  by cable that he had drawn tiie favorite he had negotiated with a London  syndicate, ��������� who purchased a half  snare in the lucky ticket for ������7.500.  Captain Raban won ������33,000 in all.  aeuriy a quarter of a million tickets  arc bought annually in this, the great-  est sweepstake in the world. The  tickets, which cost 14s. each, are  kcenly_competeAJor_,__SAmetimes_9yii-_  dicates buy up thousands, and pool  the result. Of the total amount subscribed the chance of the winner takes  40 per cent., the second 20 per ceht.,  and the third 10 per cent. Tlie other  starters divide 10 per cent, between  them, while, a further 10 per cent,  goes to the drawers of non-starters  left in the race at the time the sweep  closes. A final 10 per cent, goes to  defray expenses, Needless' to say, romance has abounded in the history ol  the sweep,, whicli originated as a small  private affair at: the Calcutta Turf  Club.  One year the six-year-old daughter  of .a,native signalman won ������30,000.  Though the. tickets are. sent to tho  other, ends of. the earth, India has been  curiously favored. A Madras bunk  clerk drew Signorinetk, "while O.-by  fell to a merchant ofllcor on an Indian  liner, and ������30,000 a few years pre-  viously to an Indian engine-driver.  Strange indeed 1. Alone of Londoners, a valet at a West-End club, drew  Minofu, and sold half his ticket lor  ������6,000.  din' In all my life," replied Sagebrush,  as seriously ns If he was denying n  lints cover thu lace lens than they  used to do.  false noetiHittlon of n serious crime, j   Trimmings nt the bucks of hots art  "Mother nsed to loll me about lier'n. \taf\f In fnvor.  ..:.' ! .if!. :: tt-!-!it ! !"! )">"������ H������������iv>" 'fiv,, .,���������)),. Cr w-r^flrt ft, thl.i nmflel  | Fresno shouted wltlumiWniPM. lie overlaps, inffordtng dpcttled possibility  i had Sagebrush rattled. The coolest in tlio use of contrasting iiinierinls,  man on the range was flustered by Hip j although jit Is effective In one fabric  more thought of ailondl|ig,ii wedding  ceremony.  "IIo'h 'plum locoed over '.hlfc one.  Ain't you, Sagebrush'*" he drawled  tauiilhigly,  Hngt-bniHli took IiIh gibing III llu> lu'xl  of humor. It, wns a holiday, nnd they  wore with peoplp of their own kind  Ilnd a stranger been present lhe re-  The aklrt mny be made with a tunic ot,  figured foulard nnd a flounce of plnuti  ���������Attn. This one was fiiMiloned of plain  lluuu witb tbe Htiti-ued border.  .IULUU CtlOLLKT.  Trite May Manton pntttrn la eul tn alr.ua  fnr a tw*ntv-two. iwenty-fonr. twenty-  ait, twenty-fluM and thirty inrh want  mttnimre.   Hand 10 mun tn thia nrllrp, ������lv-  innrks would have been resented bit- | |nR ntimb#r. JOK anrt it win be tiromrnlv  I tcrly. On this piilnt < owIiiivm ure par- ) forward*! te������ yon t>v mull. If in name  ; tl'-ularlv sotHfhv    rri the iVp������iwp ..f I wnd  ������" addlttonal  two tanx  atamp  for  outsiders  (hey  nrW silent,  answering j lTZ\rT^U% ^'** mw" l,'������mW  TH������ HKW OOljr HWliTBtl. ,  linen nnd in nccordauce wltb tht d������-  rriondM of fnnhlon ur������ ���������tipplled wltU  more or less well detttwl revers, oml  collnrs. The white or gwy awt-tucrs  are preferred by coiiH*rviirlres,, but  gome extremely smnrt women are thw  seuson udoptlng the fiiHhioitiilile ret*  or even chousing combinations tit eofc  ninidii n-ii nmt \iiw-,  The sailor Uloiiff l^nd" Itself odml-  rnbly to tbt������ reniilrenientu of the golf  er, for It Im loose nnd comfortable a'  the neck, tllgb collnm never retnln  tbelr trinuii'MH long upon tin* lihkii.  t'hwks of vnrlons fnhrlt'M nre popular  tor Ki'HInB Kklrts, This seapon iher������-  Is n tendency to the utrlped v-ffecta  Ttouph and ready hnt* In a widp vnrt������  -  King's Wagon Journey.  King Lewanika, the paramount chict  of BnrotHeland, who is the donor of  a Sitntunga deer to the King's South  African collection of animals in London, was,present at the last coronation and the inconveniences which ho  underwent in passing through South  African territories on that occnslon  left a. very bad impression uponhii  mind,  -No fewer than five weeks wero decupled in making tho journey by ox-  wagon to the Zambesi River, and thn  much-traveled king, who during liU  stny in London had been accommodated with every comfort at a woll-lcnown  hotel in the West, find, was then 300  miles from his capital nnd homo,  His Majesty was accompanied by  Col. Colin Harding, tlio commandant  of the UiirotHolund Police, who has hmi  the unioue experience of having been  attncketi at one and tho same time by  nine lions, some of whicli ho killed.  When Lord Belliorue visited tlio King  at Livingstono hib lordship wna pre*  sented'wim a tumu hippopotamus,  nnd subsequently n'hlg-gnmo drivo  was arranged in his honor. During  hi* visit to London King Lownnlkadrd  most of the sights' of the metropolis,  Citizens "Dunted."  Tho ancient ceremony of riding tho  bounds at Nowbiggln, Northumberland, England, was followed by tho  "dunting" nl two new freeholders at  the historical ."dunting" stono on tho  moor, I'or the lirst time in living  memory one of tlie recruits was n  lady, They wertii noiixni by stalwart  lUL-u uiu] inuilvil iiicu uppermost to  tho stone, and "dunted' ~- gently  struck against tho stone���������threo times.  Tho ordual is peculiar, uud not dignified. Subsequently the rucruitB, according tii custom, scattered their  bounty among uu mit:tt-.������led ami  cheering crowd oi oulookors,  A Lou That Wnt Felt.  Captain Hardens Lloyd, the fanions  polo player, wns talking about tho  cessation of flogging at the great Lng-  Hi,������h public school of Kton.  "I am glad," im said, "thnt;flc)gg(ng  is now tlo'ne away with. F.tnn hoys  used to suffer a good deal from the'  expected, the plan.'has worked admirably.   '-,'-..," ' -,;i!f;.'V. -D -,.r  The greatest care has naturally been  taken in choosing. men for this responsible work. It was important that  the: council should; as far as possible,  .cover the whole range of crime. The-  detective who has specialixed in murder or burglary may know.little of,  8uy, coiners and begging-le'tters im-  posters, and thus the leading expert  in each of tho principal branches ot  crime was chosen ~- men who know-  practically all that is to be known  about their own branch and its professors, and whose names even are a  terror to evil-doers the whole world  over.  liut let us see how this council  works. ' 8uppose that a mysterious  murder has taken place in London.  Within a few minutes after it haa  been reported to 'the nearest police  station the detective inspector and his  assistants are on.the spot making in- ���������  vestigations. Meanwhile the news has-  been flashed to N^w Scotland Yard j  BmdjtJmost_beJore^tlTe local_men have  well 'commenced" their" inquiries ������~~  member of tlie council���������the man whose-  special province it is���������appears on the-  scene and takes charges of the operations.  Ii the problem is a fairly simple-  one, as it often is, and the murderer  is speedily run to earth, the services  of the council are naturally not required. But if there is no sufficient  clue to the assassin-, or he lias made-  his esfcafe good,;the council is at  once summoned,Uu\d takes the case in  ;hand," ���������''.���������;;\    ,  , And who tire the members of tho secret-council? Naturally, they vary  from time to time, due to retirements  and other causes, but tho principal  members have so far remained the  (���������same. The head of the council is, by-  virtue of his office, Sir Melville Mac-  naghten, chief of tho Criminal Investigation Department.;��������� a man who  probably knows more about crimi*  tli an- any other in the United Kingdom.  Few men look less like a catcher  of- criminals than Sir Melville, who  suggests rather'a prosperous and genial Btookbroker than a Sherlock.  Holmes; but, all tho same, he is un  expert-in orime to tho tips of hi������  fingers. Apart from his long experience of orimo and its professors, hois a born detective, if, ever thero wan  ono, So Intuitively clever Ib ho that  it is said he oan tell, after a few minutes''conversation with a criminal, ot  what particular branch he is a specialist, and hia resource arid tonaoity  are just as wonderful us hia instinct,  for qiaooverihg clues.  After Sir Melville, who controls the-  council,' its principal member is Superintendent Forest, whoao famo and!  prowoBS as a dotootlvo aro world-wide.  Ab a sleuth-hound of justice he has  won lnurola In ovory part of tho world  ���������from North America to Australia,  and from California,to Spain, Therein scarcely a Criminal in Europe who  dooH not know of und dread him,  Anothor valuable member of the  council, entitled, purhnps, to rank noxt  to thin terror to criminals, who, by  tho way, is ono of tho inunt nminbhr  und gonial of mon, with a ready smllo  and lntiKliing bluo eyes, is Chief In-  speotor Dow, who has figured so prominently In tho Crlppen caso,  Among othor recent and present.  momborH of tho council Ib Chief Inspector Drew, tall, doborinlr, gentlemanly, and a past-master of disguiso*  ���������who has mndo a special study of  thu Hharpors of all kindH of Kuropcr  and America i and who, in n variety  nf oharaeters. ranging from n milkman  to a Piccndilly lounger, has mndw  many notable captures oi criminals.  Others nro Chief Inspector Collins,  nn export in tlie lower walks ui crime,  U> xvhoin thu slums of London are mv  open book; Chief Inspector ICnne,  qulot-aiannurod, but "sharp a������ a nou-  die" and as tenacious iih a bulldog���������  whon onoo his "tooth aro in"' ho never  lets go; and Chief Inspector Scott, n  man oi rare orgtuii'/anu U'h-.iu und thu  widest knowledge ol crime, who is noted for carrying out Bueouunfully any  task he undertaken.  only In monosyllables, never leudhm'  ty of ������yles nre shown for goinng wear. , birc),    T|jcre  W)lf,- one   Kton  ir,n8k,r    j jn t|1(J  R0v(1���������tjt>s w|10  flogged so se.  To Ramov* Or****. ' vcrely that liis death, when he camo  To  remove  grease  from  fwrmcnU ' t" <li<������. wan nnnottneed in the paper!  diHsoivi. a irimpnanful of .������H in tour i nmon������ .% "hiuping. newt,  They an-  tfttiifopoonrnia nt  alrobol, tbaktt wtl  ���������na appij witb ��������� apoDg*  tioiinced it. under the head:  I JIJ1.08S ol a whuicrV  Booth's Rules,  General Booth gives tho following:  us his rules for long life-, eat little,  drink witter, take, exorclno, havo rt  system, lake ploni������uies wiw.-ly, avoid  fxoess of all kitidK, aim higii,  Elgnr'i Hobbiei.  Sir Rtlwnrd Klgrir, the fntnoui- composer, is nn nrdent nnturalijit, tond nt  one time made a hobby of making:  tnd flying kites. li  THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  A MARTYR TO HEADACHES?  HpBra^AMCHEl WAFgjj S  2So. a Box at your druggist's,  will make life comfortable for you again.  They relieve tho worst headache in 30 minutes or less.  National Drug and Chamical Company of Canada. Limited,      .      .      .  CARLYLE.  A Glimpse of the  tforru Life of tho  | Great Essay! ..  BLISTERS   AND    SUNBURN?  TRY ZAM-BUK  .Blisters   from   canoeing, hall-play  nig, or any  cause,  painful  sunburn  Mou treat  FOX & ROSS  Established 1867.  STOCK BROKERS  Members Standard Stock Exchange  MINING STOCKS BOUGHT & SOLD  Correspondence Invited  43 SCOTT STREET, TORONTO  The Mystic Seven  A certhin fond fathor sent his son to  the University of Pennsylvania last  fall.   As n farewell piece of advice he  .told the'young'.-man that "his success  was almost assured, since both the  word success and your name contain  seven loiters." The midyear, examinations, however, proved to bo his  (doom, nnd he was'compelled to return  homo.  . "Well," said his father, "didn't  .you keep in mind what 1 told you  .about the seven letters?."  "1 did that, father," answered the  boy, "hut you must remember that  there are also seven letters in failure."���������Philadelphia Times.  George���������She sings nicely, doesn't  she?  Tom���������Oh, yes; when she sings they  liave to close tho windows.  George���������My goodness!     What for?  Tom���������Why, her voice is so sweet it  draws tho flies.  BISHOPS AND REPORTERS.  Archbishop O'Connor Could Not Bear  to See a Note Hook.  The announcement tliat Archbishop  O'Connor   had  confirmed  three  hundred children iu St. Michael's Catlie-  Miss .Smart (addressing long-haired  stranger near her at tho inusicnlc)���������  "You arc fond of Gounod, of course?"  Stranger (who happened - to bo a  waiter)���������"Me!   I never ot none."  About the Second Week  "Do you think you'll like your new  homo when you get settled?"  ��������� "No,  we never do.    By that time  we'll have begun to find fault with  it,"  Better Still  How wonderful the power of love,  For the world all loves a lover;  But greater is tho power of shove,  For tlie world all shoves a shover.  The Foe of Indlgojtlon.���������IndlgGHtioii is  a common ailment und fow are frco from  It. It ia a mont diutrcSHiius complaint  and of ton tho Buffering-attending it is  most severe. The vory best remedy is  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills takon according to directions. , They rectify the ir-  regular action of tho stomach and restore  Saoalthly action. Por many years they*  'tuuo uuen a Htandard remedy for dys-  _pepsla aud_ indigestion and_ are highly  esteemed "for""th"eir" qualities.-   "There is one discordant note in  your garden, my dear madam," remarked tlie aesthetic landscape architect. "What is that?" nsked the. lady,  much Jilni'ined. "1 notice,'' he replied  with a shudder, "that you have a dogwood planted near some pussy-willows."���������Baltimore American.  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  No folding bed was ever so constituted as i.o form a very correct imitation of anything else.  An engaged girl sometimes seems  prouder of tho diamond ring she  wears- thnn of the man who gave it to  her, \..'.'  A woman believes a mnn is n good  judge of beauty when ho, picks her,  iind a poor one When it conies to selecting n wall paper design,  Bilker���������-"How did they euro their  daughter of her insatiable mania for  novels?"  Barker���������"Got her n position as fiction reader\ in a largo publishing  house."���������Life,  "Whon did yon first becomo acquainted with your wife?'  "Tho first time I disagreed with,her  nftor wo were married."���������-Puck. ���������  If There is  a Weak Spot  In Your System or a Faltering Organ  It Will Bo Worse nt This  Timo of Year  Vigor and Energy Run Uw In Spring  Union You Uso  Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food  It may bo tho stomach, the'heart,  thu lungs, thu filtering or oxorotory  organs, hut if thoro is a weak point  tt is likely to show up nt thin time  of yonr.  Tho hlood is thin nnd wntcry. H  falls to, Hiipply proper nourishment.  Tho nil-essential nerve force is lacking, nnd you fool tlio effects flrat in  your weakest organ.  Your 1 ion ble may take thr- form of  indigestion, you mny have neurnlgin,  or twinges of Hciatic rheumatism,  Tho oiiUHti is the minio���������wonk blood,  Dr. OhiiHci'u Norvo Food will holp  you as nothing olno onn, becauso it  mipplieis in  condensed  ami uaail>   An-  fiimilnted form tlio elements which  nre nocoHsary for the strengthening  and invigorating of tlio various or-  Hans of tho body.  Kvery doso of this great restorative)  medicino booh to form now, red corpus.  cW in fho blood���������-tn mnke the hlood  rich nnd ml, The fnltoring orgnns  resume thfdr functions, nppetlto improves, digestion becomes good, and  grndunlly now onorgy nnd,vigor And  thoir wny to ovory nook nnd comer  of tho body. To ltoop Hlronpr and  woll this spring uso Dr. Chaso's  Norvo Food. RO cents n box 0 for  $2.fi0 nt nil denlors, or Kdmniwon,  Bates & Co,, Limited, Toronto.  F. L FOWKE, M.P,  Ho It a Back Bencher With His Eye  * on a Front Sec\  "Freddie" his friends call him. He  was christened more than that, Frederick Luther to wit. His last name is  Fowke. Ho hails from Oshawn, aud  holds a seat lor South Ontario in the  Commons by virtue of a certain majority of two hundred and forty-throe  votes, which'the'.people of that riding  gave to him in 1008.  Mr. Fowke i3 a twlnkly-eyed, jolly-  looking little man; 'some .way you  want to stop aiid pass tho time of  day with him when you meet him in  thtftcorridor, but on second thoughts  you don't, for you feel that', after all,  you don't know him any too well,  Come to find out, nobody seems to  know hint any too well. He keeps  himself more or less- to himself does  Frederick Luther alias "Freddy."  Topographically, so far as the Chamber is concerned, he is a back bencher  ���������lu sits just across from that earnest  performer, Manley Chew���������but, topo-  graphically, is as far as it noon.  Come to sit, down and hlk into it  carefully, thero are just as many  types of back benchers as there are of  front benchers, only the fellows down  in front keep you just wondering what  they are going to do next, and you  haven't time to look at the fellows  behind; There is the back bencher  who can't heip it 'cause he was born  th-t way. He will be a B.B. as long  as he stays in Parliament, he knows it  and sits tight. There's another kind of  B.B. who doesn't know it, and who is,  therefore, a qualified nuisance, pop-  pins-up to go on;record when nobody  wants to have' his record. There are  all kinds of, chaps who apparently  act a.s scenery along the back fringes.  There are mighty few nl them who  liave the redeeming trait ot modesty,  which being interpreted means, after  all, no more than conimonsonse, sitting tight till they have something to  say about a subject on which they  are familiar, and then counting a million | or so before they get up. just  to be sure that the House wants to  hear them.  Fowke is one of these. You will  spend a whole lot of time in the galleries before you hear him open hi?  mouth, but whon he does he usually  says something tliat is worth saying.  The curse of the Parliamentary small  potato is his desire to talk, to talk,  and then to talk a little, after which  to-resumo-talking:���������Fowke-sitv-tighti  lets those around him volley and  thunder, reads with avidity, and gets  up and says something worth listenini?  to.  There is' something,eminently clean  and clear and sane about Fowke. He  won't got excited, neither will he try  to excite you. Which mny be account''  ed for by the fact that lie comes from  fine old U. H. Loyalist stock, which  is apt to be self-contained and self  reliant, He comes by his political attainments honestly. His maternal  iirandfntlier, Hon, M. B. Stone, loft  Canada one' day and went over to tin  States of Minnesota, where they elect'  '-'d him State Senator forthwith.  He has a unique record, too. Hi  holds tlie provincial championship  bolt for the longest term as mayor,  They elected him alende of Oshawn  once, nnd it was eight, years before,  anybody else had a chance at it. Hi*  was too busy fixing up the town to  give ��������� up. during' that tune. Oshawn  owes most of what, it lias, nnd is tn  'him. This is his first term in tlie  House, but the Liberal members already hold him in the highest regard  Ho is quiet, unassuming,'studious on  publiovc.-uestlons, "on tile ������������������jbb',V a good  'man.���������Star Weekly,   To Hunt With Arrows.  James Chnlliu and Z,"IJ, Jackson ol  Atchison, Kan., aro going hunting in  the wilds of British Columbia armed  only witli bows and arrows. They ex-  peel to go alter .mountain lions and  grizzly lienrs if the opportunity  should arise,  "1 expect tho moat enjoyable time  ���������if my life on that trip," said Mr  Chnllis. "1 nm sure we will enjoy hunting with our primitive weapons more  than the man who can stand a mile  away and bring c|own a door or bear  with a big oxjirotw bullet. Thoro ir  the same difference betwoen huntitiii  with bow and arrow and with n. rill'  as between ditching fish with n II)  and in it,Holne,"  Mr, ChalllH and Mr, Jackson wil  bo joined by Hurry B, Ui.'hardnon o!  Boston, who holds the world's archers  record, und Willium H, Thompson o'  Seattle, also an expert archer, They  will sail up tho const of British Co  lumbiii.4C0 miles, and when they hav  reached n point- which armours favor  ablo fbr hunting thoy will uo aahore  and push into thu interior.  "���������     I     ��������� f.       .    . i   ���������        t       . ...L     ..an- I --'hi      ������������      ������"J       '���������'"",      I'"'"!!      BUIIUItlll  ������J i    Carlyle - **. in his forty-ninth y ar i ptltel������es, stings of insects, and chafed  I when   I   first  knew  him.    Hi-  u-������'i������ places,  all  are  eased    instantly    by  3I      working hour.- then woro over for tn? Znm-Buk.   Don't have your vacation, ,   ,         ,                        ���������    ������,-,������          *  i,.������             -i,.^  -    ' C...S   between  two-and  thiee u cioi-kI 8 oilo(1 by lmin f        anv sore  which' d������l1 wil1 reniind people of tne mut- !    Writo  to  us  today  for our  choice  if! ho was   net   disinclined   to   see Zttm-Buk'coxilcl cure in'quick'time ability of humun Iin*. suys a writer i list of. Agents   Supplies.    J*o outlay  friends  tint  might  call   then,  for  n      Thia womler{ul bnlm ������ mud   f ^in in Toronto btar Weekly.   Here i, tlie   ne cess ary.   1 hey arc. money ������������**"������.  few   minutes'   talk   with   him,   i������*t h,Pr|mi  juices, and   is    highly    anti- ������"uu who retired irom tne ;.-e because i Apply ������. C. 1. Co.. Ltd., -a Aiueri  CHEW  DIXIE WCO  before  he set o.ut tor his  afternoon '  walk.  A preferable time, however, was the  evening.   If yo:: dropped in about, or  ���������    -w * -     * ,      - ,i ,ivun   tin   ttimi-itiir.    muv:ii*;:i    it,.      K?IU  a .ittle after, seven ocloc.:, you lound j,t))0  8tjnjrjngi   smnrting   pain.    Za  Carlyle and Mrs. Carlyle at tea m tlie   ]Uik  js  so ^  t)lat ^ m  drawing-room, and were weleomo to a   <ielicoto skin isnblo to absorb it, a  cup yourself, with a slice of broad and  butter or biscuit���������jam generally on the  tr.bles besides, If you were later, ynu  missed the tea, but had talk so long  as you choose to stay, and might, see  Carlylo (ill his pipe and smoke it on������i������'.  or twice in tho course of nh evening,  'and oven, if you were in'hits-,good  graces arni capable of communion with,  him in Unit particular, be invited to  join him. Hfs pipes, then and always, wore long clays, of Glasgow  make, with green-glaxed tips for the  mouth; his tobacco, if the same then  as it was afterwards, was of a strong  anu rather harsh kind, which he called Free-smoking York River. The  pipe he was using���������and I think ho  took a now pipe every day, or por-,  haps oftonjr, from the stock ho kept  somewhere in a box���������usually stood in  the corner of the fireplace, within tho  fender, ready for his further service;  and a half-pound tin canister of his tobacco, replenished from his larger sup-  p./ which also was out of sight somewhere, stood usually on the muntel-  piece, but sometimes ou the table.  He was very methodical and prae-,  tical in all such matters, disliking  untidiness of any sort, and carrying  his love of order even intB his smoking  arrangements. Indeed, if there were  more than one guest present, or if tlie  guest were a stranger, lie would go out  for his smoke into the back-gardtMt,  and return, when it.was over; and in  summer evenings the back-garden whs  tlie established smoking-placo, and he  would take this guests or guests thither with him, providing them with  seats, or walking with them up and  down the grass-plot.  1 forget whether, when the smolcitig  was within doors, he had aj this tithe  the habit���������which he certainly acquired  afterwards���������of reclining on the hearthrug while he smoked so that the puffs  should ascend the chimney rather than  come into the rooms.  But Mrs. Carlyle, while as orderly  as himself, and keeping everything  tidy there, was tolerant to the utmost ���������  of whatever might be his whim in this  matter; and it was pretty to see him  sometimes, when he was in a pleased  humor and there was no one there to  causo ceremony, present the pipe  gallantly _to her own lips, for the  "honor^f"^^^isec"rating~whifi:���������T.his'  he caJled "tendering her the,.calumet  of peace." I must have seen him do it  more than once within the tirst few  months of our acquaintance, for my  footing at Cheyne Row had gradually  becomo such as to justify pretty frequent visits of an evening ��������� perhaps  about once in three weeks on an average���������and I was always received with  u continuation of the original kindliness.  Only on one occasion, in those early  months of our acquaintance, do I remembor a grufiish reception trom  Carlyle; nnd that was when one or  two triends of mine, who wero on a  visit to London and had separate Introductions to him, formed a party for  a joint call'upon him in the after-  uoon, and persuaded me to go with  them. Mrs. Carlyle was away; he was  in a bad humor; one of the party introduced a topic not to ills taste, und  was rather combative in asserting his  own,,views of it; and I could, see that  Carlyle wished all of us at Jericho.���������  From "Memories of London in the  Forties," by David Massoh.  septic. Poison from insect ��������� sting,  barbed wire scratch, or thorn prick,  is- immediately rendered harmless as  soon ns Zam-Buk touches it.   Stops  Zam-  most  nd  is -benefitted by it. Mothers with  young babies .should use it for chafing sores, etc. Also cures piles, ulcers and festering sores. All druggists and store sell at 50c box. Use  also Zam-Buk Sonp!   25c tablet.  HIGHER WAGES HERE  Agricultural    Labor is  Not So    Woll  Paid in the United States ,  In adopting Reciprocity with tho  United States, Canada would enter  into an unequal and unfair competition in farm labor. Senator Stone of  Missouri, spoke at Washington tho  other day on this phase of tho agreement, and showed tliat farm labor  was cheaper in tho States than in  Canada. Tho Brooklyn Times, com-  meriting on tbis speech as follows,  shows how foolish it would be. for  the Canuck to try to compote with  cheap Yankee labor:���������  "It has boon generally assumed that  fnrm( wages paid on the American  side of the lino were higher ��������� thon  those paid in Canada, and that therefore tiie advantages of free entry for  Canadian farm products conceded by,-  the proposed reciprocal agreement  meant a decided advantage to the  Canadian farmer at the expense of  his American competitor.' But, according to Senator Stone of Missouri,  who in his speecli quoted liberally  from   American  official   figures,    the  of weight of years aud iu order to j St., Ottnwu, Ont,  prepare for death taking i p the work  which the apparently vigoiou������ young  man was cut ort by deatli from .pvr?  forming. Tlie' return of Ur. O'Connor,  even temporarily, into public lite reminds the writer of an interesting  episode .connected with thia saintly;  and luunble-mindOd man. The, writer  was. toldXoff to report -Archbishop''  O'Connor's sermon at tlu blessing u  the.bolls'of St. Mary's Church, Bathurst street, Toronto. Seated iu me  fro..t pew imniedutely! under the pul-  p.c, 1 was writing away, oblivious ol  everything but getting'down the sermon, when suodemy there was a  break in the discourse, and as I looked up to see what Was the matter, tno  Arenoisliop leaned over the pulpit  and said: "My friend, .would you  K....lly put away your notebook. It  disturbs me." Of \-ourso, 1 put away  tho notebook and rcportci the rest of  i.ij sermon from memory.  'ibis romiiKiH me of two other archbishops with whom 1 had rattier interesting experiences. Tho lirst waa  Archbisnop ,'j.acne of St. lloinface, in  Manitoba, On one occasion after I  had interviewed him .in the palace  library, lie said: "You must excuse  my not going to the door with you,  becauso i nm sick in my logs." Then  he added with a smile, "Some people  tnink 1 um sick iu my head, hut I  assure you tne old man's head is  sound yet." Considering the hard  work he was tnen doing, and did tutor wards perforin, many people wero  ready to agree that Arcnbishop/Iacho  ! was not sick in his head. ' '  The other instance was in connection with his successor, Archbishop  Langevin. 'lhe Manitoba school question controversy was then at its  he.ght,   and   the   newspaper   1   was  JtST ARD HEALTH TO lOTHEft AND CHUB.  '\t������8. WiNimw't Soothinq Svrui- Im bees  Utri for over SIXTY YRAKSby MILLIONS oi  KQTHKKS for their ".HILDRKN wt������'L������  T8KTHIN0. with PKRHJH SUCCRSa It  SOOTHES the CHU.l), SOF1HNS the GXimiH.  ���������.L.I.A.Y8 ������U FAIN CURKS WIND COLIC. aa4  U the bent remedy for U1AKKHCKA, It la am  nolutely h*rmle������ft, He Nitre and i������k for "Mra,  Wintlow's Soothing Syrup," and take ao oUm*  kind,   Twenty-five cent* a bottle.  /VBSORBWE  will reduce lallnnii, twollen trial*,  Brultet, Sell lunch**. Cure ������������������111, fit*  tula at any unhealthy ' ton aulcaln  pl������M������nttoni������t doea not blUtof  -wider bauduge or remove the bait,  ,ml you o������u w>rk tbe hone, at pat  bottle    at    denlftrt o> delivered.  Itcrse Book 7 D free.  ADSORDINB, JR , for mankind,  ���������too per liouln. Rods***Varleoea  Velm,    Verlooeele,     Uydroeela,   Ooltre, Went, Btrtlh*,   BroUee,  4.-r:.i.' etove Pitn and luHetumatloa,,  W. F. YOUNG. P. 0. F., 137 T������mpU 8t��������� Springfield, Haw,  -   tYBABB, UA., Jlmtml, C������m4Im imh.  Um tunWari b, MAHTIK HULK * WYMIK CO., Wlaiil������rff  Vill! IUTIOKAI, DRL'U a t'lUJIICAL CO., Wlnletf a Cat.  ���������aril ami UIKDKHSOJI BlUMk CO., lid, Tumm������w  boot is on the other leg." The Mis  souri  Senator demonstrated tliat the i working on  was strongly  opposed to  Canadian farmers really pay more  for "thoir farm labor than wo pay on  the United States side of the line,  and that if anybody hns   cause   to  Separate schools, which Arcnbishop  Langevin was as strenuously supporting. When 1 called to- see him he  said jocularly: "1 just received an ac-  fear  disaster   from 'reciprocity. it  is i count for your paper this aitcrnoon  the Canadian and not tiie American.  It is the Canuck who has cause to  dread the competition of cheap Yankee labor, and not the bloated plutocrat of American farms."  Apartment  Life  "My grandfather used to sleep in  a fourposter."  "People used to live in those days.  There were no flats then. Now I sleep  on an ironing board rigged up in the  dinitigroom_oii_tw_o chairs.   A Sure Corrective of Flatulency.���������Whon  the undigested food Hob in tho stomach  jt throws off, gages canning pains aud op.  prcssion in the stomachic reirion. The  belching or eructation of theBc gases is  offensive and the. only way to prevent  them is to restore tho stomach to proper  ovtion, Parmelee's Vegetable IMUs will do  this. - Simple directions go with each  packet and a course of them taken systematically is certain to effect a cure.  1 don't know, vhether 1 shall continue to take it or not. It w bad  enough to be abused without having  to pay tor it." All of wnicn goes to  show that' these, prelates, weighted  with the burdens ol great ofiices and  responsibilities, ure still moved like  other men and capable of seeing the  ligiiter side of lire.  Here's ������ Home Dye  That  ANYONE  Oan Use.  HOME DYEING has  always been more or  lest of a difficult under*  taking- Not ao whan  you u������a  DYOLA  |(M"'"������ALLKIHD5������"~'|  Send lor Simple  Cird end Slery  Bookl-IM  The JOHN������ON<  RICHARDSON  CO., Llmlud,  Monlr������������l,C������n.   JUST THINK Of IT I  With DV-O-LA you can color cither Wool,  Cotton, Silk oi- Mixed Goodi Perfectly with  the SAME  Dye,    No chance of u-lng* tha  WRONG Pye for the Goods you have to color.  Perhaps you overestimate tlie fun  to he had in acquiring a case of delirium tremens,  Not "Very Flattering.  Mr, John Hassf.ll, tho famous black  and white artist, who, together with  his "Punch" confrere, Mr, Walter  Emanuel, is> responsible for tho very  liiugiiable sidos.now, "London in the  Yoar 2,000," a.s tho Festival of Umpire, Crystal Palnco, tolls an amusing  story agaiiist himself in commotion  wi'.h one of his posters. An old lndy  cr.Ued lit tho printing oflico one day  when Mr, Hassoll was thoro, said sho  Thoro is no fun' in tlie noxt door  babies.���������Judge Pary,  Mlnard's  Liniment Cures Distemper.  We all flatter ourselves that we  have great powers of resistance till we  stack up against temptation.    ,  An Oil Without Alcohol,���������Some oils nnd  mnny medicines have, alcohol nH n prominent Ingredient. A judlcloiiM mlwtlinff of  six essential nils com none tlie famous Dr.  Thomnfl' Eelootrlo, Oil, and there Ih y������o  alcohol In it���������'ilovthat its effents tiro last-  Intr, There Is no' modialnnl oil compounded that can ootial this oil In Its preventative and lionlimr powor,  Don't lot 'em hnclior   you   in   tho  ante-room.  Land of Promise.  J. L. Cote, who'represent Athabasca  in-the���������Aiberta_Legislature,~ssums_tO-  be the right man ior that riding, tlie  are-i  of   whicn   is,   roughly   speaking,  75,000 square miles.   He is said to be i    Lawyer���������"You said tlie prisoner had  ���������i'.,t..,e ug;.iy ncviua..itea wan ins uiige j rcfuscj  for   some  time  to  speak  to  Just in Time  The Friend���������I suppose it was hard  to lose your daughter?  T!u Father���������Well, it did seem as if  it wculd be at one time, but she landed tbis fellow just ns we were begin-  ninu' t������ give up,hone.  "Underwear is being * advertised so  extensively in tlie magazines that the  men finally  may be induced-not to  wear-anything���������else���������daring���������the���������hot-  season.  Whon tho "mayho" man muffs it  lio always oininis that the sun got into  his eyes.  constituency, and thut statement appears more easily believable when  one remembers that-he is a civil engineer.  j\Lr. Cote is enthusiastic' concerning  the possibilities of Athabasca, and in  a speeen m the Legislature, wmcli  included quotations irom the opinions  of other civil engineers aud iruin geological reports, he gave reasons tor  Il:s tuith in tiie big riding's future.  In the conclusion of his speecn ho  became- prophetic.  . "Quito true," ho said, "we can slur  the nortn country by suying that there,  are,muskegs., But swamp land is land  that needs drainage, lu the south of  Uie province the U.P.K. advertize today millions of acres of irrigated land  for sale. These lands were once considered as useless, I claim that the  only difference between these two  classes of lands is that in ono ease you  take the water from the rivers and  pour it on the land, and in the other  you take the water from the land and  pour it;.into the rivers. Therefore, a  snare of the public money that is expended for irrigation in the south  nhouid be exnenued for drainage iii tho  north, and in .a" few years wowill be  able to advertise millions of acres of  tho best land ior occupation,"  you,. On the day in question did he  cut you with malice prepense?"    ,  Witness���������"No, sah; wif   a   razah,  sah."���������Baltimore American^  Phrases out of a translation called  English, of Guy, de'Maupassant' tales:  "Thoir lips met longly." ���������  ���������' "This lady delighted the eye, the  ear, the palate."  "Between her smile her teeth showed, false, but beautiful."  "I thought it another barrier  between my ���������love."  ��������� "At a door on the floor above, gently with two fingers, she tapped, opened it, moved back, and, ns he entered, silently behind him closed it."  HOW SKIN-TROUBLES  HUVE BEEN CURED  A Remarkable Record of Itching,  Burning, Disfiguring Eruptions  Successfully Treated. ',  WIRE WOUNDS  My ninri? a very valuable ono, was  w...Uu���������������*., ������MDv,. ���������,.* ..���������.������,.mv..m ...... .badly bruised   and   cut   by    being  was a great admirer of tho artist's lonught in a-wire fence,   Somo of tho  A large supply of arrows which tin-  party will take han boon made ho re  at odd timed during tho last sprinii  and winter,  DwrsniB In Onnal Truffle.  A decided decronse in onnal tratllo  (titico thn npnnlhff of nnvlu-iitlmt In  shown in figures prepared by the Railway, Department up (o May HI, The  total 'tonnage was 5,81)1,1", I, a decrease  of 3,418,100 as against tho samo poriod  ln������t yonr,  A deoroaso of 2,410,500 nt tho Son  In explained hy the fact that the ciox-  ing of tho American cnnul last spring  gent boats over to the Canadian aide,  Traffic in tho Welland nnd Trent onn-  all has increniied,  work, and would thoy oblige hor hy  giving her a copy of his latest poster,  the title of '������������������liieh had escaped hor  for the moment, But it wproaentod a  horse-trainer and a girl in' n, hunting  coat standing against a wall, with twr,  cats on top. Mr. Hussoll had .been  listening to tho old lady with much  pleasure until she mentioned the outs  Thon a (loop gloom clouded his usually cheerful cbiinteiinoo. For iu the o'ui  lady's description ho recognized his  well-known "Newmarket" poster,  which had a flat, dull background,  wiui two horses on the top horizon  lii.o.  Royal  8rmp.8hottliti, ,  The excellent photographs, taken by,  Queen Alexandra which" are on view  at tlie Royal Photographic Society's  Kx'hibition at Prince's Bleating Club,  London, are one of the many proofs  that 'photography in royal circled has  nowiulnya become classed with the  Arts.  Princ������H8T Patricia   of   Cnmin light,  Plillcusa     ili'iU).    oi    llalli-libi.itjt    '���������'"���������'  Queen of Spain, atul T.ndy Ormonde  nre among thoso who are more loud  of "snapping," a really picturesque  bit of scenery or some wonderful light  wounds would not lienl, although I  tried many different medicines. Dr.  Bell advised mo to uso MINARD'S  MNIMISNT, diluted nt. lirst, then  stronger as the sores began to look  hotter, until aftor throe weeks, Ihe  aoroH have honied; find best of nil. tho  hnir, Is growing well, nnd is, NOT  WHITK ns is most always the ense  in horse wounds,  ���������    1?. M, DOUCET.  Wei mouth,  Toucher---"Johnny, what do wo call  that iiW'fnl region whore there is so  much flro nnd smoko'r"  Johnny���������" Pittsburgh."-- Judge.  r Wo have got Into the hnblt of spilling onr best and higi/est ndjeelives  over the most trifling circuinntaiieeiiA-  H. 13. Austin,  The ship of dreams anchors to the  nilnee-pio,  Helping the Frontiersman.  One. of the big problems, bolore tlio  Canadian people to-day is the education of the men who are doing the  rough work on tho frontier. They  labor all day in lumber woods, in  milieu and ,n railway construction  gangs. When night comes they have  no place to go except to tlie crude  onnip for food and rest. Without,  proper facilities for comfort and  Health, their hours of idleness are  often their undoing. Just as In cities  the supreme social problem is to provide for the hours in the lives of  young men between work and sleep,  so it is in big frontier camps  For U-n years the Reading Camp  Association has hen working to save  tho frontier laborers for lives of tue-  fulness as Caimdniu ciiucns. The association has '1'iilicted th-i interest ami  co-operntlon of mnny ol our lending  ousfcen* in Mi.ri��������� gre.it work aim has  received the |u<r.iuiinl assistance ol t.i  score or morn of .university men who  teach clauses aiid conduct rtnujiug  circles among tnu men iu the camps.  ���������Toronto Globe,  effects  thnn" of   recording  common  ",'iiryday incidents or merely "inking  il  Mnken of Current Hlitory.  "Tr U not r-nny tn think," my* Dr.  N. M, Butler, president of Columbia  University, "Very few humilri helngi.  hnvo formed the habit of pomiitnnt  thinking with regard to thon* matter*  which press upon tholr attention nnd  which solicit their intercut nnrl help,  Mont of iu nro dominated hy tho  nfwgpnpor headline, nnd tho m������>n  who write those liondllncn nre tho  real miikon of current historv."  'i'-'-'  Bnatt California.  Atistralin clnlins to hnve tic Ulle4  tree in llio world, It bus long been  thought tbnt to Cnllfornln belong*  thiit distinction, but, while Cnli-  forriinu tri-U are of gigimlic diiin-n-  nions, tlnij* 'do net come up to Ana-  tniHn's cuonlypttn tiw-i, The Call-  foriiiim* are noted not so much for  their hejght ns for iheir girth nnd  diameter. The tallest tree in Coll  fornia yet discovered wan found by  actual monsui'Mnent to be 340 feet  high, Australia's record gum tret  ean beat thi* by 140 feet.  DODD'S',,  j D N ET 'j  iii j i ��������� * m*i ��������� ������������������-  fMn! V\\\WNST5  N^n,  ���������fcQll  ���������W. N. U��������� No. 8M-  A YiHins������t������r of  101.  4 wnttflnrful 'mini it IWor f'nnip-  boll, ol Ford',������ Mills, N.B. He completed Mic nmt year of iiin st-coiid  century nbout a iiivmlh ngo, but ho  i- still working, nod planning more  work.  Mr, Campbell wns born at flrnnd  River, I'.I'',.!.. and run a d-rrv boat  tliere when lifteeu yenrs old, hiiorlly  afterwards lul moved to pass River,  N.B,, where he attacked the dense  forest and ini/de one of tho best, farm*  of that section, Hi? lived at Bius  River till thirteen year* ago,  lie has made Hlungle by hand ilurini; tlie pa-st few years, a'id in the  inst thirteen years ho lias mnde ami  Hold live cnnoiM, He Ium ordered lUlt.  inir netting, which he will matte into  four nets, and ho expects to be buty  nt tisliing in Uio coming seu.-oii.  Mr. Campbell's eycidght partially  liillod him thirty years ago. but for th*  last ten years lie lias bi-en nbl������ tu  leu poirfaotly without glmati.'i.  Tlmt thouo who lmvo miffcrect lontr and  liopi'luwly from ootenia and other toiturliiK,  dlitllh'iirliiK ortiptluiiH nf the skin anil scalp  nnd who liave Inst fnlth In nil miumor of  trontmntit, may Iwrn Unit thoro In one way to  Ilnd Im mod Into rollof, the following rcmurkiiblti  Bcrieu of cnudoiiHod tonllmonliiU in ptibllxhcdi  W, II, Whlto, .'112 fi, Cntiot St., l'lilladol.  jililiu Kno������ In iinlilo n tna.iH.af ertipiloii.  HufferliiK dimply Iniloserilmblo- for nix Ioiui  yours. Hud In Kcrutcli till blond run and  Ileal th was undermined from'lnrk of'uleep,  Cuticura lkriu-dloh iiuod it without u mark,  Mrx, M. C. Miiltland, .lasjirr, Out,: Itchy  nihil on lior liuby's In-ud when Ian Hires  inuntlid old. It kineiid over oiiilro body, Put  inlttoiifl on lilm to prevent tonriiiK akin.  Hodticod to a nke|olon, One biith wllh Cutloura-Hoap and n ppl Ion tion nl Cutioiira Glut-  limilt Mintliod llliu to sloop, A Mimic stl  enroll lilm, Tlilnki child would have died  lint lor Uutlcura Kemedlon,  Mm. Win, Hunt, '.'fill Kalrmniitit Avo.,  Newailc, N, ���������).: Whole hndy a iiuim nt raw,  toilili'liiM ei-/.ouia, ABony wan lieynnil wortlH,  Hnlr nil fell unt ami oaiK veenicd ready tu  droii oil. C'lntliliiK would hili-k to liloodlinf  lli'hli, Untied iIimiIIi would miiiii end loarlttl  MIlTorlni;, (Iiitlrimv Itotui'dloM rniilod tlm itoll-  liiK, hloediiu; IIomIi at uiioo nml uuoii oiuod nor.  Mine, ,1. II. Iteiiaud, L'77, Mcnliina tit,,  Montreal: Treated liy doeinrn -'A yearn lor  bail oexeiim nu U-u. 11 iioolod front knen  iliiwn: fnnt llko raw llosli. Dootor udvlwit  etittlnu H nit. Decided tu try Ctiticiirit  lli'iuedlcH tlrst. In two mont hit' two ol Cut l-  uiiiu Hetiiodloo ulie wiwi cured,  Mtk, Nora Kminott, i!fl, bona flirilonn,  llronk (Uoon, l.ondnn:   Two Iltllo tdrU Imd  ilroaillul M-nlp tmublo that, ijoi-tani culloit  lIllKWtillll. Cl led Willi lllti'll,si> Itcliliiu, IIom-  pitid tieiiUtioiit 1,'uvo liiuhlltil puln but did  im cnod, Mutloird three yearn, oiiri-d by  Hirer- net* nf tiiticiira Houp nml Ointment,  |(      X      Knit'Voir     *,7fX    Wnltnili     ������������.'.  C'liloaun: Itelium eruption Npieud rrmn liandi  In luiilv t.il'Tillv tun- Id" -Iiin "IT tn -.lircili.  Doctorx and ioiiii'iIIi'm did no uoml, t.'utiniriv  Houp, Oliitiin-iit .uni Till-. Kiii|i|n-d ii< Imn;  quickly and cured iUm'.iv lu thru- wivks,  liank tir.tlley, ,1W I-;. 411rd Mt., New Vork;  In Iweiit.i-nmr hours lie lieciiiini raw Irniu  In.ml to (not with a dromlliil liurtiiiiir itt-li.  Hulti'trd iiKoiili't and could nut :l" ilnwn or  I'liieil him ui a kIiuiIo duy,  Mr������. Unto llrntit'liiuii, '������C0 Dewey Bt���������  lleiuiliik'ton, Vi,; IIiiaIi ooiiie nu Iter baby  and soon liuiicil In watery, cimlod |.i7.i.|iu  ovi-r Ueo, houd and bodv. Hf wim n fearltil  hhrlit and all attempt* ul euro were irttltloxii,  Vio-lly Imiirovod In u week by li-eid I iilleum  Itemed let, and mh>ii*Mii\* at. elotir und healthy,  fl. J. Diinoc, 'il, New llwid. Ilrenllord,  KtiKlauit: loilnriil Im live uuix v.nh ii.nl  *kin dUriiHo, Attendeil lio>pltnl Ilw mntitlti  without utroeum, (Jnverod with eruption, Nn  Bleep linr lot, Veil I I'm- Ivailnil h.liMI to  piece* with terrible nt-lilm>. With tir>t o|)|ill-  f������tlon o[ Ciitlriiio Ointment wa* relieved anil  rot Rood nlKht'N ���������lp*-|>. n a fortnusbl C������U-  iiira Olntiiient rure<| him an l( by maid'',  Cutloura Soap, Cuticura Ointment .Oullriir*  Hewilvent and t'ntlctirt I'llh are sold bvdftiR-  al*X* everywhere. Kwd In |'ott*r Drug Jk  I'-tn id. t'urii., Iio.ton. Mum., fnr Uaa ii-pata It I'  The GptBrlap Nbwb  issued  Every 'Tuesday, by  the  Gomox   &   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  Tins paper will wir,hold ' itself  re^pousiblot'or the opinions of others, lis may appear'in Us columns  Sroin time to timo.  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, jPJTIBti   CObUMBjA.  TUESDAY, So]>ton.li r 5th 1UU,  English bi'olliors, 17 and 18.  desiro continuous otipluyiiiunt on  'form. Board, lodging nnd small  ryiiiunertiiion. .P. 0, Box 808,  'Niinuimo, B, 0,  ���������sa!   .  : fire'Extinguisher;  .  Energetic representative or  atreuts wanted for the Universal  Fire KxlinRui.sb.er. An excellent  "seller." Needed iu every house.  Apply to  H. JACOIJSEN COMPANY,  Vancouver, B.C.  LIQUOR  LICENCE ACT'  (Section 49.)  NOTICK is hereby given that, on the  22nd diy of July, 1911,   application will  be made 10 the Supcriniendcni pf  Provincial   Police   for   the   transfer of the  license for the sale of liquet- by retail in  .ind upon the   premises  knrwn  as,   lhe  Port Augusda Hotel, situate at Coniox, in  Coniox district, in the Province of British  Columbia, front   Joseph | i*. .Hoimes, of  said Comox, to John   C; Clarence,   of  Northbend, in the said Province of Urii-  'thColumbia.       JoSOTH 11. H01.MKS,  Holder of license.  JOHN C. Cl.AKKNCIi,  Applicant for transfer;  NOTICE is hereby yiven that 30 day*  itfttir Auti> ] intend to >t|>ply t,. the linn.  Minister of Lands for ;i hefms-.t to prospect  for coal and.pot.rolcum'tti'dcr thu for'tfihoru"  nud nnJer the "water on Iho lauds iu and  opposite Sayward DiBtrict and described w  follow*:���������ComraonciriK ita pot plantid  01 the set* beach 10 ohuiiiH norlh. of iho  Houtlipiiot corner ������f I <> 73, Sayward D't-,-  tiiot, thenc* due V ������, SO oh-dn , thorns  duo tOMtti 80 chains, 'thenco duo wont 05  ohaina more or leas o'ldjjh water mirk o������  aea bench, the noitlirly alon������ snid  h aoh to p1jq������ of oomnn-nc- mout.  S, J: Emandki.;>, -  ������������������'.     [li, I'iukst airent.  Datul ih!8 2&tjnluy of.M*Mh,"lllll.  NOTICE is iionbygivoo thut !i0 duju  nfierdae I ttitoud to upijiy to tlie Hon  Mi lictiir nt Lnuda fi r a likens-.' to |ircR|in>.t  foi c> al nnd 1 etiolouin uuuVrt.ho following  ileiorilii-dlandH sitnato in Sny*n:d Dit-  trii t, JJ O :--Oiiiiuueiicii>K at a p������n' uhuit  oil at thonurthxiiHt rorou- if T inhoi L-a 0  No 47, on no t������ n"k ni Cmtiphull lleor,  th"ni e duo a- uth 77 Hi chains won-������>r lu *'  to thu ������������'Uth iw������, cornor of mid Timber  Luibo No 47 und Qutioun Ki'v-r Indiitt,  HiBervo, tlitmceduo wist 80 olM������i������n, tt>oiu-t-  duo west 80 ohim*, thotfco due imth SO  x-hhiuH, thonoi duu ia>t 80ch iins to vine* o-  c.-.mmi"nei-tiei^.  o  ;     IVlARIA Jank Piukst,  13. IViom, ajfO'i'.  Da Wed tiro'28th :day of Mtreh, Kill.  NOI'ItJE it herehy given Uiueo 20 dajs  afUr dutel iriteid to npply to t.e II .ii  Vliui*Ur of Lauds to- a liccus* to pr Hpuit  for ooal i nl, petroleum under the following  d.Bcribed landi Kiiuaie in Sayward District Hud.ti.einK ilw Campbell Ki--<;r Indian  Ji nerve: ComrtKU c n'jf at a p *t ���������itun'tu . n  ���������ho b ii-k of Cauipl)i;Jl River itid heillfj fcLti  north ��������� nat cwruer < f said lt< an vo; tiio-ce  due south 25 chai,������ m ������r������ t.i- lea, i;���������, ine  southwest corner of nuid liuseivc ihence  die ea.t GO ohui ib to ma ch; tw iioon.n-  theily and iot>hwe*t;ily aion; mix .lieucli  am Camib 11 ltiver ti p'aoe i.f commence  ii.ent. K,, 1'kieht,  . Dated this 28i.li day i.f .VLuoli, 1911.  XMSHHDfff 1  U  !M  1  M  )*i  SB  nee*  PUllLIC NOTICE   is  hereby  given  that on ;ind afterluly. ��������� n, 1911,. it   shall  "l^inrawTurVoF^n^horscv'.i'i'cmv^^uleT  swine, sheep or yo.us to run at large or  feed upon the publii. sirects, lahee, alleys  ���������or unfenced lots or lands within the city  I'liiiis, except milch cosvs, y/liich .shall be  allowed to run at l.irgc from seven o'clock  in the morning nniil ei^hto clock in ihe  afternoon nf each day. Milch tows mini  be kept closed in from etyht o'clock in  lhe afternoon until seven o'clock in ihe  morning, -ind all bells removed from the  c^.vs at ni^jhl, subject to the provisions of  the Pound Uy-law.  By order of lhe City Cuiincil:  ,\. MeKlNNo.v, C.M.C,  City ITnll, June 13th. 1911.  io%BONDS10%  An  Attrac.live   Offering  for a Short Term  Investment;   .  We'can offer the conservative  investor for a short while only  an .opportunity oi placing ins  surplus funis in a high-class se-  "'Uu'ity bearing a rate of interest  ot ten per cent,  Only'150 of these Convertible  .Debentures at a par value ol! $100  each, available,  Do nol gamble in stocks,  .shares and other forms of speculation, but. INVKST where your  principal and interest is secured,  VVuiTK for I'md'her particulars  of this Bond issue which ia particularly attractive to investors,  Prompt application is necessary  as number is limited,  Oi'-UUIi! SBDDRITIBS,  NOTICE i 1 hertby Riven th>t at th.  next, nmting of the Board < f Licence Com-  mi8sioue'rs 6f:tku..City of I'lio'.berlni d, 1  intend 'o app y for a ��������� renewal 1 f tlip h t-  el lii'enBe held by me for 'he Cumberliinfl  Hottl, BituatKl onlot: 1, block H, dim n-  latul Tovnsi'e.  WILLIAM MERRlFliaD.  Dated t ie loth' dny of May,;)911.  NOTICE 11 '���������'herVW eiven th d, ata tlie  'tiiext ra-eting ot the Bo'i tV 1 f L osi.fco  -Coiu.oissio-vrs.-of^.the-Gd.Vp-of-Uuii.b-i-  liuid, I intend to apj ly^or a renewal', f f- e  wnolemile liquor licence held I y mo. at-  uated on lot 12, block 6, f'umberlmd  TownMte. , ;  -,,,,-..     ������::������������������;,>:��������� ,<a   !jlOMN, MAROCCHI  Dated th s 15|b" daj. of .Mnv. 19! l!  NOTICE is hereby given ti 111 ut h  text neetiDg of the Board t.f Lico-RwO in  mis-.ionors of iho City of t'uinb-r anil. I  i. toad to a plv f>r tv rone*nl <>f th 11 Ii.t  el 1 cense hold b'liie tho w i.v rlv  Mo el, Bituutwd ou 1 it.2, bloc-. 8, Curab-1-  lund ToA-iiHitu.  l'RANK DALLOS  Datol-.his loth day of M w, r.lll  i  iErZ223u3SEZISE5K  ���������ZZZIILlSlZmml^&SZ^^  /r\  'ta   -ft:  '���������NOTI'E'H hnrel-y k ven'tnid- tit ilu  next mcHtitiK uf tho Bon rd 0' Lieu' s<-  CommiK.doneiH o[ tlio Oi y 11' Cuinbor-  la.'d, I iniend t-i , 1 puly lor u  renewal of tho hotel itotn������o b'M by me  fv.r NiwEnKlii"d Holel, Fiuuted on  the oinrt hnlf nf lot',), i.i bli ck li, .Cuinir r-  mnd fowiBitu, '  JAMK8 WALTERS...,,  Dit'cd this Ifih duy tf Mn,\,11)11  m,j^ttivf*mimmr.-���������,f.T-mximmvi-rrf,w,7n'mmiw,,-rmrVftz-f.  iNOTlOli ii. her. by nive.i Mi'tt uo tJ.,o  iifxtinertiuKi f tho Board of l.ia-usoCoin  ini.Hii'iiirH cif tho City <if Oiiinberlnntl, wo  intoiid to apply for a loncwul f tho lior-  cl lio hho held by iih f^r liw Yenliniio  Hotel, Hifuiitod on lot fi I licit',), Ctuiibei-  lnnd Towi,mtci.  WILSON St IlRAMBERi.  Dnti'd thin llitli day of May, lllll,  ___f_jgmll*%������L^^  ^������.&  NO'l'l. E u Iiereby l^lvou   thut  111   ilia  111.XC ineilii  liu H-'aril of LiuiiiKti (Join.  uiialo-.OM tor ilio Oiy of CiMihcilmnI, 1  lulled to .'I'li'y lorn lunihiul id' Uiv whoL-  r.alu liijuur 1iuu.hu litl-l hy ui , t>i-im|.ud on  lot (1 bloo,{ 15, Ctiinboiluntl I'mMii-itt,  OIALl MUjJmATTI.  Datod ihiH 15;h d'.y i.f Ma,, l'.������t 1. -  uiWtBrwpu jrmi tumuam., UMtMUuatrumnt 1 MwMMtwwMHni  SPA  Ths TAILOR.  :ir7W#tw������iw.  CLK/VKING, TRUSSING  and RK PA IRI NO.  Litiicl\������������' Work  I.  IU1UJHWJ  Van con ver Office:���������  1101 Dominion Trust  l! Building,  Vancouver, B. C.  'NO 11CK ni hereby ui������<iii tint iltl (iaj������  nf ir dine I ititind 'o i'-pmIv t'i the II n-  tliu (Jlrrf <^J������>i(it������ti-HK*ut?������* of Lnndfi und  WO'ltHloru llcan-n'to proNWiot f n- conl  ftiid pbttn'iMim tniiU-r Uiu foil. vln������ tb-Hui lb-,  ol Und* ni u������l 1 in Hnywiird l)i������triut, IK',  ���������Coniniiiio'iin .it 11 pit iiiuttoiiiit tlm  imr Invent, o'crm-i' of Ti'nlior Luacn No, -IS,  tl.omii due h u'.li lit ehaintf, tlcnco due,  mil ft,') e'Hiii h tliciiri' dm* iiiirlli 7.1 flininw  mon' or lom to Mid ii'ulli hiiiiinliiry oi nniil  Tintlicr L'a.o Nil. 4H, ihnin-o dim womI. WI  Clmiint to pliui.- of roniitieiicoriiotit,  Maiiu Jam; Vimiwt,  K. I'rhul, iiuoift,  P*led ihu^tliibyi/Mirch, l'JII.  N(/'i'I(JE i������ln.ruhy p\\in tint nt tSm nixl  lui-eiiuK of the Hon il nf Liciim Cuinniii  MiiiMj.it nf tlw Ciiy of Ciiiiiliiii'liiinl, 1 in-  lnnd to iipplv for a tvniinvid of he wholo.  imlelii|iiiii llVinido hold by in., Mitiiufoil  mi lot fi, bioolc 7, Cilniburliiiiil Tow..Mt.������.  KKANK. .Si.'AVAItlX).  Dnted thiH lfith duy or May, lllll  NOTION In Iwioly i/ivon thut at the  noxt iih-ctiiiw of ih 1.1 Hoii-I of Lico^e  CoitiiiMihii'iiurH ol llm l.ily ol Ciribiir.  lnnd, I Intend lo ii|i[dv foi 11 roinwal of  Uie whohwiilii liquor linuiiHn.li'iliI by nv,  H'luiitid <n tot H, blotilt 7, Ctindjoij nil  Tiiwnniii'.  (    VJCroit llONOltA.  DittoiHIiiR lfith day of Mnv, lull  ���������M-ammmamapam t**������*amm  8AYWAH3D 1,AND DHTIJIUT,  Dit'tr'n'. of Hiij'i\urd. ,    .  T \KIC not, ne .lliu Ocoi'i.'ti lit'ieiwtci' 111-  'uiiUft 11, of v .nciniv r, ll,ti,, iijealiiinlo,  Int iiiln to up, I- 'o p i'u b������ion li)|,urulia>o  iV. rVllo-.vin|.r il<i������t.>ribiin IiuhIh: ���������-  f'u .1111 noi.n1 ut 11 p-inl plnit'id i-t the  Soiuliwiuti Oi.i-iierof lot fi.V.'j tho.um norlh  kt) ch.iiin. tin ine \v������������t 75    liiiiii*, tboncc  Hulltll 80 tliaiUH, lIli'liCO OilHl 75 ClllllUH,   to  point  of oniniivntui'moiit,  eoi,tiiitiin(,'(IOO  lllll Cl, 1)10 O O    ll'HR,  (iKiiunu Lkiowckii Himisutow,  Robert lie "V U- ii.inir;, njri'nt.  Dntol Mm uh'Jut   lilt I  8AYSVAUD LAND  JJISTKI.UT  ])i������tiint of Siiyw rd,  TAKE NOTICK ti.ii', I'ntiiclt Williim  hclln (,'lni'li. if Viinuiiivir, H.C, l������w  i'Iu'k, I tt'Udu lo npp'y far jii-rni B������i ni 10  nm uh mo the r 1 lo ��������� Uu tie cri el 1 ikIh:  (lilvtiHilriliir lit n |inil plnnled 111, dio  Houthwo t uot'norof lntfliVJi iliniico wml HO  ohniiiR,   ilmuoo s trh (It ehahoi, thciioo  C BALED TMNDKIW- adaro^od to Uu  ������������������*������������������^   unil-rig d; mid on lor ed "Tindn  fur l'l.ldio ltni! hi;.', K.vd.i;.'!,., Hi),,  will bu received, niiti.i 4.IK1 P, M,, Vlwndii ,  July 'ii, Mill, for tlm o.uwtriiOil'iii of n  I'nbllo l-iniliii p n   Ui-vi-I loiu-,  H.O.  PiiiiiH, I'leciiioiiliou n..d I' rut of oon-  tr ufa uni ba ueen and fnrin.iu! tender on  tiiimil nt tlm iilllcuot Mr, Wm UiiaiioiHiiii,  lUiiK-nt A10, iiout, Vicot'iii, ll,t.',, ut, the  I'oHt Ulliou, K. velsmiku, and ut tun Du>  jmitment,  ��������� ' IVnioi h ttii'do inm il'-e nolKii'tl tlmi. tend  cm will no hu I'oiiNid.'ied nn 0 h mndo on  thf ]ii-uiled Iti.'nii BU|tplieii, md BiKinn  w.th ili.ir Kit..nl.iaii"itli'wi;Hlttt.llK tltmi  ou\iii|iiitl������iiH .'ton |..iice������ ol 1'., i.ii'i.cu, In  Ihuui'ii nf linn 1 lh. mv uni i-iirnuuii'i', lite  n.tliu of l)iouw,i|iii 11 mid ijtiKMiif reni-  de.utt 1 f mull lilc.1,1.) I' id tlio lil'lll li������n L hn  tt'Vflli  M..IIH tviiili l' intt-t ho 11.'e iii|iin ;'od Ij,v it"  ������c)ti|iU)(l ol uniin 111 a chiruii-id lii.nh, \>ix)-  ahlu in tli..i)rdoi-ul tuo lluiiuiii'.������i lo Ihu  Middir 1 f i'nli l.t W rUc, cipnl ie ton pvi  uiiitdU p.e.). I ti 0 .mount ol llio itmUr,  wllloll Will >'tl flli'ltlilOd It lllll I'OIHO.l lono-  ei'iiij,' "oil i,u to e.tcr iiroiitoiilrnetwlie..  vuloili.p ll m do  0| 0,' Ml  to 'eoiiij-lute  viuiiui-H. 0. n riiJiot lor.   If ti.o I*, doi'if  notii.ioptvd .ho ui einiu wid ho uituinud.  Tun l)ii|iiii",ineiit tlotH not, hind r.Hiul lo  , iioui|it the lowrfitt or any lendHi-.  Ry or ior,  It, 0. UEijllOOIIEUS,  Siui'ttaiy.  I)i|mi'litu'i.t ol lViblio WirkH,  Li .....,, Ju... i.".\ .'!,'!!.  Niwn[ii|ioiH itill nut bo p,iid for thi< ail-  UKTIKINO KUOM IIININKSS  SAI/K,.(Jon������ist!it^ nl' n"'iii<r i'tnjy.  ilii.r, l;ulile|'H, step lii'hlnm t^   tie, I wtat-Ml ohiili h, tho.eo nuiiih  III ohninH,  ||    J   'I\| , , |,j,it|     llhi-ni!' ������-(Kt .10  elinl.-ift.  ������.tir>f������e iiiuth HO  ;������li ii-ii tn place (if uiiiuiKi-n-oiucitil, eoiittiit  ���������m^.mm..mmmmfm   II    I ���������.m-mm-��������� ������-��������� .mfmtmfm    j j, )f  fflfl ft(,|-,>Hl  n|,'|| I,   |IT \, ,1 ������������������,  An Ac! in the   Nkws'    l'������l",!liU'"'u'n,l',N"i;,'u,i,;'  r,, , i       ,. llo't r<, H.firy Ch������*iitit, ii(,'oiil.  pays. ' I ry it, iDnniMiitei.'.Mh. iwi.  BAYWAUO LAND DIST  KIT  Di I'rict of'Sayward ,  TAKK NOTI01C,thn Williiim  Gnl'jwell, of l.nnnik. Out, mining  iiiiin,' ii'ili'iicls '.(> npply tnl' ix'imin  Mio.i to pnrclniMi Ho ���������follnwiiig oo-  set bed luntli^;������������������CniiiiNencinu at a  post, plitiiii-d iit.ihe nor if. west t onier  of Lnt 41)0; Uiifi'in;i'o������i villiv, Sivy,  wnnl Di-irict. ilumoo fyllowina the  noi'in botnid.iry of o; 41)0 euHlo;'l\  fur 40 (diiiinH. thonco norlh (2()  (iimiiif, thonott wc-'! in ihehIioio line  ilioiii'o SonthwcHifi'ly in.d fn lowiuo  ii Ofhi-ire lii-io to ilio point, of coivi-  n,i������')c,em(iiit, {'tiniiiinirigltf^ ihnn 80  iicri1''.      William Cai.dwkll,  .hit). ,Mnn*ion,agont  Onioil Fob 2Hili, 1������ll,  l*mm**'mWmvm.**ammma*r*,**if mm,.*l-a,*,l~a  .*������    ,.i tftmWt'-���������������'*���������'���������*** **'**���������*���������*��������� l  .SAVWAIII' IAN.I) DlSTUlur.  Diuli'lot nf Snywrud.  TAKK nrdiei- Unit Kiiiimy lloitHinmi, of  v'ntii'Oiivnr, ll-*'.. ii.n.;lmt.io, iiileiidrt t'o  apply fur noriii'Huion t"\.lifoliitBo ilie fob  lowing (li'inribi'd Iiimi'h: ���������  OiiiiiiiieiieliiK at -t poat plft'iti-d itt Uio  RMUlhiveNt enrti.-r of lot rio-'i llrciou mouUi  HO oIiiiIhh, thoM'O wti t 80 oliiiiu-, tli.neo  north HO ulnilnit,., thenou oml; 80 tilniu , t ���������  lihieo of fninmoncttiiii'tit   ooniiiliiinjjf  (UO  I.Uii;.), Iimio i l   1"   ���������  Pnvsvv llvw,t\v,  Itobi-rt Henry Cuontiint, aye. t.  D.todMnrdiOlh. 11)11  SaywaiiD hhKi) "iJfafiiioTr***  #  ni;|riot nt Inyti'ri'd  TAKIS notice thii Hiniotto   Jnroah, of  vuill.tiwii in if they in. ortit without iiutli-  V,t noon ver,   H.C.  S|uint������r, intenili lo  o,-it> Ir. in tho D.jo r iiimii. "������������pp'iy n'ru"rmlniili>n to piiroliit������u tliu fol-  lowlnu (liwrltiid Itiniln;--  L'i.nun noniK nt a pout planted nt llio  SontlictiHtooriiorof lot .117; flir-nw nnrlh  HOeiiHimi, tlieico oan' 80 cliltlliH, tlinnna  Miolh KO gh'iiu, theiu'o v\uh H.'l olutlim  tn (lie point of coiiiiiioicoiiioiit, oniiliiu-  iiiii lllll aiiie^ more or lem.  K'ANI'.'ri'l' Jdhki'ii. ,  SAYWARD LAND MSTLJWT.  Ij fitiict of S j ward.  TAKR NOI \('V, Unit Ath.r   R-i^ln'd  lllll t, Of Ve 11(11.llVelV   U.C Mllirtpiir.   UlX' 11������  ii-teiv'sto njiii'y I'.u pci'ieiSHJeti lopro'.ii o  thu 1'- Howliyi do������i lib. dl0 ..i'I���������Ciiu nioi.o-,  i.nj in it ; ���������mt I'lmi led 'nt"the Hi'nlht'.o-t'K r-  in/r of Im fid!, o.i 'I io ii'ith  binDtliwy of  li. f)l7, tiienu.i 'nm l,t  80 'oIiuiph,   theueo  viiii 75-eir������i..H. tliinoi  Rontli HO elinii.H,  the- o ;������cn 7B ohniiii" ,t������i p.-nntof tion niei no  iimiit, uonmliii'fj lion Hure-,- Hiiro or iciw,  AiiTiinit IUiwunii i i:ut,  Kfihort iluiiry UliCBtni.t. iiKonr.  Dated MuriM 7th, lllll,  ""s'AVWAK\) LAND "iTii'TRfcTr*���������"  lliHlrictnriV.,\wi.rd.  TAKK NOIluM ihiitStniellleiiHiiiiiii,  of Vnneo ver, II. ',, nioli.-., it), inti'iitlii te  apply for p.������������������im'.i'Hiiin >o pn o1iiib������ iho ml  lo.ti .yili'HO ibe.l Iiii.il :������������������������������������( onnnt nun.ei.t n  p Mt pil.i.nl at thn Hulltll ������������������ i.������t' corner 11 lot  fiBiii llioiiioeii't Kill oli.jnu, thi nee mudi  ���������10 ohnitiH, tlience wo-171) oIiiLh (inoro or  innnlthfitOOiVTili B o,.in'iiM, Ihomo wiHb  Hrrhhnini', tt������o "o i-onlt iV) u\\������\.ia -,o i-nut  of CiiiiiiiieiiOi'utotit, i"iiditiuin������ (iOO no en,  moro or In h,      Samuii, IIkahman.  Hol'oit llciivv (laomiiiit, ii|.eiit  Datod MiinihHth, lllll,  ���������'i  \!  v!  11' VOU WANT HOOD  riUKTl.N'O GO TO Till-  NKWS - VIK ST-C LA ,SS WOK K  SAYWARD LAND DISTRICT.  Dipt riot, nf Sny wn nl,  "TAKK iiorio" Hint Fi'ineoi Hr >i irhmn,  wifo nf W, V, llroityfliiuv, nf A'aiiouv-vwr,  11,0., iritiiii'ht hi ti|J|j|y lor pernio mon ������o  piireiuthu Uio foL'ovirii'i,'i/fhoii'imi I mi'i���������  CoiiiiniM)i>in|j[ nt a |i"ht jilimtoil .JO oliidiiri  vvu.it of l lu) oi nr bent corner if la 5*7;  tbenoe eie t.P<!0 oIi-iImh, tneno.. hiuIIi -IO  oliidtin, thetio-t wnnt pjo ihtn it, tl;ei-eo  north 41) idiiiiii'i to iniint, rf con-mono men",  contniidnj! .180 oomih, moid or 1 m.  Ifll,\.V(!IW llllOUdllAM,  Uiib-trt Henry (Jln-Htmil, wilt  Dutoil MmoS 8,111. 'Oil,  VJ<iJ';ttfc,.l0''v"11*  nyilttilll,    llllllloit     null  out IMilllhi, Mmiliil ami Ihvlit. Ifori'i;. )>)���������*.  jitihiii-iini, htxtiid Wi'iiknuttt, J'lmlm.ioiia, .'>>(������������������������  ���������mi4ortiiiKit,iiiiitK(l',vln vf.fHnimitii' Ju-niuum,  JVi'Mill pcrliov. Hlxffii'B'i. dim \tlllpli<nm>,i.x  HnM by nil drnififiuta or tiihIIoiI in  Wood'o Hioaplwdijw-  Ml*]"<WvT#l     *f wwvfc " * **W"J,||"*WH.***U||  'W.m\i  ffl TonotianillnvlKoraioHtlioMliiiln  uv  .���������0.  ltnlinrt Heniv Ohiiiitiiiil  iieont ' will oni-o.  HnM by all (Irii/.'iftutu or tiihIIoiI in  iioiierv. in my vuoHiuit, nj,ont, |lIll|tl Jlk   m rm,p[.(t of    (^ AVmj J1)#w. kkt  Dated MlliC ' 7th, 11)11 wilt-tUne. Tho Waod Madlcina Oo.  xjiirmrii/llWw) ^orontiii Ont. THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND, 'jLTRITISfl   COLUMBIA.
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FOR KHIST.'.JLASS
CANDY, FRUITS,     ,
CI( J A RS & TOBACCOS
II? VOU WANT
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GIVE UB A TRIAL
WATER NOTICE.
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COPYRIGHT.
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The UNION BREWING Co.,       Nanaimo, B.C.
HERCULES Stump Pullers
FOR  ,SAL��  BY      -  _  -
Walworth-Rolston Co.  m
1020 Westminster Ave.,      Vanoouyer, B* C.
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Fo September 23,
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pvUdl   till September 23 to any address
in Canada outside-the city of Vancouver, for. 25��.
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NOTICE is hereby given that an
application will lie made under Part
V..of the "Water Act, 1909," to ob-
ia.ii ix ij" au ui iho 1) vh.iki t.f Vi in. x
D urn',
" ���" (a.) The nnmc of Company in full:
Wviil njrt. n ii,, l.iory Ocm^ <��� y. . l.imiod
'   Tl.. JickI -lliu Victoria. I!C.     '
Th o-ip.tnl, h \v iii i.-o-l, >bo\V'iiii
*��� omit.;, hi nit $'-'.0(0 0000 .livMed into
m'XvOO 'huri'v of S!00 (Mi ich Tinly |>n'.l up
(If for mining purposes) Froo Miner's Certificate No	
(h.) Tho namo'of Inko, stream or
potiroe (if unnamed.- the description
;���), I'untlu 'ro llivor
(c.) The point of diversion: At a
p.-ii tubo'o tb'n fiO's on Urn l*i.n-lo!l��i"''
Jiivnr. (\n>.iix Di tii-ii'1.
(cl.) The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet por second):
t\l IK
(o.) Tho character of tlio propc-mnl
woi-lt : '/mofiiti. ���{ p'n 1> .nawr-winka, imn
olno'riu woi-Iip, nntl plmU'ii il othor irno'''
inory iii><lo'inv��nioiiooH'm-omimiry 'for pri-
(luo n t power,
(f.) Tho prcmdBon on which, tho writer Ib-to bo lined (describe samo): On
or iu llio vioiniU i f tho \Veih'ntfli��ii Colli
ii-yCoiii-iinv'* Iitil. pr jH'i'ty ii��d  hnl.l
jiiur in Oemix 1)rt.lo.i
(r.) Tlio purposed on which tlio wn-
t>r in In he u oil: Gum rati in 'olw'ti'ieU.v,
uinl for lijnV, licit, power, operation cf
in I1"!' i inn/no., and nvohiniiry of nl. IvUila
mul fleniTolly fur llu'exerplno "full power*
nnd i)riyllogo�� of n no ��� or' compiiny inidur
I'urtlX, of.nbovo Act.      .
(1.) If tho wator Ib to bo used for
power or mining 'purposes 'tlonorlbo
tlio plnco whero tlio wntor in to ho
rofcurnod to oomo natural clirtunol,
and tlio .diflorenco In nltitudo botweon
point of illvorolon nnd point of ro-
tnr'i At a convuniqat plaoo lifclow tno
Stoiifthton F.��IU In Iho vlolnlty outM
Urown Rlvor, Soutiona, 10 and U Tp,, I),
CivwK.'DUtriot, Tun point of letini In
plxiiu, tf'IO foot lowor nltitudo ibuti tho point
of (lb oi'hio'i.
(j.) Aron of Crown land Intended to
bo ooouplod by tho proposed ��� worltn:
Nuno, ���,
(.!';.) Thi? rmtiep vrtv* ��opro(l on tho,
n'vnwith d-iy of ,Tnt��iiry, 1011, and up|ih-
CllM'itl *lll hn matlil *o i,|h> oonivniftdfuioi'
ontliu'JJlrd riayuf Fuluwiry, MM)
'(!,) Glvo tlio nrtmoa nnd nddrotisca
of nny rinnrlnn proprietors or lie-
otiflos who or whoso lttndn nro likoly
to bo nffoctod by tlio proposed works,
either nbovo or bolow tho outlet!
V\M'iri^t��u Idlllory Company, Ltd,
Attach    copy of ouch parts of tlio
Company's memorandum of niwocln*
tlon nn nuthorl/,1' 'ho propos��d application nnd works
(Hluimtiio)
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NOTICE
Any person or porsons, ciUtintr.
reninviii" or tiil<iiii)- miv blucks,
timber or wood, of any dt'^cri ptioilp
mlotigino to thn WViliniitnn' Colliery Co'y., orlVoin.or olT tlio l.ind
of tlio iiliii (Jonrmiiy. 'or nnvoni'
tipping rubbish of any'description
nnywhero ujion the conipaiiy'^
cla;i.l will bo pi'o.socutod to iIih full
o.Ntont of tiie law.-
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(i��niM'iil aMan.'iijei',
Wellington Colliery Co,y.'
jqOTlCKia htitoby given ilnt, on iho lin-t
day o( Duowiihrr utxt iipijlii'ii'inii will' h*
niiidii tn tlii- Siiperintniiili'iit, of Pi-nviiiciiil
Polico. Viuioriu, fur tliu ivn- ^ul of tin' ho.
t,-.'l Hotii-Bu to lull I:i|ikiih liy ri-tnil i'i I'tiu
hotol,known iih Mm Pnrt Atinti'tn h Uf, ��i
ualod nt Oonwic* H, (.', .). 1)"Howikh
Diiui.lOotoi.ci' 11  1010,
.a**mmAviinii(,TT.trmiv,vtn
NOTtciis TOTHK IHJBLrc.
II iving bu Id ii,b��ri}0 .wniolioijro mid mil
nt Coiu'tcmiy,' 1 will i'i fu.nro.1 hoo'i on
hind a Blook if nil I imlH of Mny, ("Iriiii.
mul Fc-t'cl at lowoul, mntUot. iiiKm, A
oproinlty'will Ih- tntulo nf ro'lor oi'urIhhI
food f"r.ImI'm m whio'-i v ill nut o it h vbig
of one thin'- in .thn co t of f(t>\ Onlo-H
Kivoii tho lonmsUr or hy phono wil bo
promptly lilli'd. Tiiiii.hliKjyon fnr jour
pair niiui! in I.ho ii��Hti iiini itollni inir u unit
linuiUK'tiof tin niiiiio on bioultr I-non, I
bon to loiiiiii-i
Yiiurn loi'dinniiinil,
1IYRON CRAWFORD.
UNION S. S. CO.. of B.C..Lul
Nanaimo-Unton Pay- Coiihix - Cahi'iium,
HlVKIt JlollTK.
Siiilbitf ns in tltv���
Twin-Hoi-iiw H'ciiiiti.r "OOWIOIIAN"
J/iiviR Vmiiotivor Tiaimliiy 0 imii.
Attlvu UiiJnii  (for Ciruiu lining  I'ritln'y
mnriiitin
A r -l-y O nn..:t Vr.if:-) in .ih'n^
Airlvo '{\., nitihnU Hlvi-v l.'iilny n um
ll-ltir ing
itV    Comox   Vrid'y >f n in
������ Union Buy       "   f>   "
'�� Natiiiln.o tiiidui|{lit
���bPlivoii Vaiiooiivtii-, Sriturtliiv S | in
AtrlvoH Niinnimo, Hiilut-ihiy It! p m
!;    ArriveH Union, Niuiiliiy ll u in
for t.iiiiiliMiliiiiil
" ArrlvoB Omnox,   ^lini'iiy 8 a m
Uotui'iiliiw:--
I.oiuv Cq    v. <i:.iiiluv 1 p m
bmiv   '   U       .,   ,S|i||ilny n p ni
Ijvivh Nun    'io, Siiinliiy iiMilltrh',
f^ii'iii- l to O     'i '��� wn ��� iih'i ��� o ioi-l
2;tiii<:E.
Hiding on liKioiuoiivos and   rail
vvay curs  of   tbe   Union   Colliery
���Company liy nny   pemm   .ir   per-
ioiik-;oxct'pt lain clew~i<.; strictly
proh.'v-ited.    Enij/iov^i'S   --re  *ub-
ve to i.isiuisHii! for nlluwiii}*  suiir
l}y order
,W.  Ii.   COULSON,
(ieiierul Miina^er.
������"���.Lwrn ~i"����iiiri gnK nn iim ii   TumiMii'miimr mtii
O. H TARBELL
jiiuffAU&STUYUl
A ml. nil  KlICHh-N
UTUN^ILSt?
rtsmens.
General:-Ha
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Ti��Tnnii��iinirMiwtTnfr'iiiiiiMiiiiii��iirBiririfii-iir-twiTi,iHMWiiiMM'iiii
{"."FAIRFIELD...!
STORE :
4i
i, JACK,   I'iiop,'
A Fine AssortincMit of
the Choicest ('undies,
iM'iiils and Tobacco
Vancouver Ice Crt'iiin,
.wivuwau nV
���to
r>
���ib
i>
to
it*
.fin
is indispensable iri tHc ".
camp, and for all
impromptu meals.
Add a Mi BOVRIL
to yoc.r canned meals
and so'jp^ and note
the difference.
BOVRIL
sandwiches are
.nutritious and
toothsome.
KUPKKT LAND DISntJUT
District oi Iviip'eri
TAKK none" tlmt C-inrilincr Al-
r.xiituii'i' Brmlv Spuneer nf Ali.inetl.-
(Jul , nceupoiioii plumber, inieiuL
lo i'p.-ly for iicrtiiis ion io piiichasi-
tin; fo!lo\vin�� oL^erihed lundi :���
OiimiiMifing nt ii pc.pi pLmed
flliiiut 8(1 cluiins west of tliu -ntrli
e-'i��t cornor of Pt'fl'.ion 24, Township
21, thenco wns! 80 chains. iIumk-o
souih SU elm in?, ihente eutu 80
cbtiins, jIk-i ce nonh tnt-ouili -oou1
Of Wolf IflVit   llieiH'i! WeFUil'ly llloii"
souih Hbore io w(..r etiil of Itirte,
thence eani uloo�� nnnh shore nhont
40olmins, tht-iice nonh !o plnce ot
cominenecnriit. cont;iininK 4t:0
aci'f^ mo'o or b-. s
Scribe,, on | os , i\ A, U.S.'.. N.K,
corner.
(i AUDa'KII   A MCXAKlll-'fl .1: It \!)Y
SrnxcKK.
D'tn Clnrk. 'A<.onl
Dnted l)c omlv-f M h, I!)It).
TiUl'KItT I.   Nu MSTUUT
DisJ'rict i'f Rnpeii
TAKK Mini e Unit John Ili-mv
KerriiiMi 1; i-.-li .iiben, tf Vniioon
ver, J I. C, i ci:ti|..-iiiuii S ciuiih.iit
Stew,ml, in'rii'tN in m.n,Iv For per-
mission o pincn.i.-e ihe fullnwini.
tlesniic.l IniVds: ���(Ji.iiiine.iicuiK ��t
ii post p'nniel nbout, '10 ohiiins
norlli ol tlm liiunInvest eon.er of
S- ction 3, Town.-hip 'JI, thence we.-n
SO chains, theuce soul li 80 clinine.
thence e:isi 80 cbttiu-*, thence i oifh
80 chains  to   pl.-ice  uf commt-nco
; RUPERT LAND DISTRICT
i Disiriel, uf Rnport.
'���'; ""TAKKnot-.Cvi that  Kmlm-a Mco Lopboh
, of Vanomiver, U. U.   eecuiut on ; Widow,
i touitu io iiii^i.v f��r |jur ��� is i.iu t<> lmr-
v cbiibu thefojii.wi.'g il pcrib.-ii Inul : 0<m
niiiioitiu nt. nt a-|> it planted   -il-nui   n.if
mile nurtii und -Hi oi-��ii> s < .i-1 nf iim S. K.
corner of .Sen-Mn-1, T \v..i!iip   S,   tlti-t^i
ii'rili SO chuiiiii, thonec ias. MO clu.ii:{i)
tlUMcoMiutii 81) olinin*.   llien'o west,  SO'
oliitins i(iplim--i) 'ood.nirncc'ini'dt, contini
inur 010 msreri, in m ��� r-l't-s.
Hciibufl "ii p��i. KM l.'- S.W, coriK-r.
Knudka Mab Lkkkon,
u i) n l-'ititk, Anoi.t.
DiiIimI Doccilor llth. Ht 0,
"HL'i'lihT LAND nl-TUHH'
Dia'iiQt o�� Hi pert
TAK1-]   Ml TICK    tlmt   A.loliiido   Estar
Ciirk    It-.wn,   of    lti-iKikfiunt    N.   Y.,
inartiul wonitm. iuUnuln to upply ii r por-
inisoion to purahitue tho f.illow&i.f; ibiKiril)-
cdluiidKi-Ciinimuo nu ;it a pone pUntut
<tt south wi-ht con cr cf S otiou   1'.', To'wn-
hlnp i), tliutK'M  north   SO olitiitii,,   IhutH*
cist80tliuiiic,. "thenco    Koulh   SO   olmiim,
tlii hoc iit^t 8t) oliuius hi pliicu of conimcn-
nicut cotitiitiitig 010 uoreu mnru or le>s.
Sciiuml mi post A;K.C."H,nS.W. cor
Ajin.Aioi.: IfisriiK (.'i,akk lninw.v.
UatrOUuli, iij{. ti',
Dated D.coii.bor lOtli.'llllO.
tin-lit coiitaiuiug 040 jieres more o-
lei 8.
J. I-I K K's N E.-orner.   ���
John Hknky  K]-:itiiiNsii Kiciiaud-
pox. _ '
D��n> Cl rk, A-.ont,
Dnted December Kith, f910.
KUPKUTLAN'nmSTKLT
lJistiiot 11 Kupoi't
TVKE NOl ICE iii t-l.in'iH B.iuUinw.
nf ]i!ii,pOria, KloieiH, i'u p.miKi-, im. n h
i" apply for p< rin:Krti��ii l ��� imroha e in -,
following ilwcriliBii linn's:���Conini no ie,'
il il pn. t plan >tl 'J nn o  w.��.i of t,-,- .-..]������
I! 'I'Di I' Hi   .Sou i   n 'i-l, mwnsl j|) ti",   I irUMv
n��rth 40 tb i s. tli nn-   mnt 8u olnn h',
iinnit-   Ko-uli 4ii (iliiiiim,   ilioni'o o   I, No
(tlianiH in plnco nf i-im.ini nuciiiiiiit, con-
uiini.y i'J'Ju   aoivfi in-im nt-Ih��h',
Sci'ibu,! on poHt -I It's ^.^], ooi-'ur,
Jamkm IHi.mjhiiaw,
l'im (Ji iik, nuon..
Diiteil D oi'mlmr lOtli, 11)10.
*nrtc*incw*Mr j>ssn
RUPKRT' LAND  DISTRICT
District of Ilu pert
TAK'IC notice ihnt Richmond
Chiules lli^s of Vn in ouver, Ji. C,
JJrr.ki-r intends to npply fur per
nii��sion io purchas-e the fcliowinu
do?ctihe.d 'hinds:- Commencing ut
ix posl phmted nt -\- post, helween
SO;ti n ISk, Township 9, and ireel
ion 111, Township ^0, tlmico west '10
chnin.-, thonco kuiiIi 40' chninp,
iln-nch west 40 chnin-, thence >milh
SO c.liains; Hence east -JU ehains:
| hence nortli 40 chains, ihente east
���10 chitinr, thence north SOchuins to
piticeof (oniiTicrueiiiont. coniaiuing
6-10 acres nioic or less-:.
Scribed on-posl 110HV N E cor.
Richmond Giiauucs Hiss.
Dan Clark, ii^nt.
Datod December 19 li, 1910.
RUPKRT J.AND   DISTRICT
Dis1 not of   lluqert
, TAKK notice that Delhi Brooks,
of    Viincouve'-.    i5.    C,    I^'/irriod
i ' ' ���
woman, iuieniU t<> nppy   f.>r per-
miHsi'in to purchi'.o   lie  follnwiiij.'
desctihed  1 mils:��� Oomnienein^  at
posl planted at the   t orlhwesl cor
ii<t of   Siction    o0,   Township   9.
^Cillc^ejiiL^lL^LyuiJjj'iULe^^uili.
,80 chains, ti o ce   west  b-0  eliainp,
ihence. north S'J cbains to j luce  of
com nencenieiit,     contuiniug     040
acres inoic or less.
Scribed on Post IV H', N. W   ror.
Dei.la iiitooiffj,
Dun Clark, A^out.
D.iled. D.cc-niber 17th,  11)in.
U T'ELT  LASV   I/IH'IRICT
District of Un pert
TAKK noi ito ihat Ret irc.i'u-.f nine?
T-iskor of Vancouver, li. C. .occu-'
pation Expro-^ Manager stnendMo
io apply for pr-minion to purcha^
iho f.ill liny, de-cril.ed Ji<n<U:~
Conin1 ciii", at a post phmted
abo> 110 chains wist of iho enilh
c:i corner of Beet ion M, Town-'
ship 21,' liiciie ��ch SO cJiaini-,
the.ii'O tpmh iiO cliiiiiiH.'tlit-nce fust
60 oii:ii;ni, thtiice t.o.tfi ,S0 e,h;\i: ,-j
lop'nco.if c niinen,en>i'tit. oon-
ininiiig G40 actei* tnnie ot Ics-*.
b'ctihed nn po��tN-}!},[ TV N.ii.
HKTIITUAM JAMfeS Ta-kku,
Dim Chi iii, unen t
Dated Decern I.or 14ih,  1910.
KUI'KUT LANH DISTUIOT
������Djsiiriot I f Utiporr.
TAKK NOTIt li lint Oinnlos JihImoo
Miiu-r, . f. ii,i,ebo.i, N,\"., tot ml u m-
or, i, loiitlH tn iip'p'y I'lii' ponn tiiiioti .in
piirc ,���, o uv.- folio,, i. n di'i��iib(i i nnil ;
Ojiii ,o oi put <i. pimfc j l.uilcil'J .ml oh
w'OBtn tilimSK i on er nl Section'.'.I,'I' wn
fbip'tiO; -klienoo in rt Hiuli.i H,' twin it-
ii'HtKi)  chnin ,   Itenou ri,u li ISO oliiiiiiB,
OlOllOO Wtvt fill iilillillri,   In  pI'MJu of O.nilin-
o'lcoiiunt  o nml.jnt,' OKI  iu'ii , . nn) or
ItwU. I'llAltlilj'.' .Iuiihon MlNlilt
Sir b.idjun ptiHI OiVM'i-SU omi-r
Dm Olai'rt, A (rout.
Dated D �� m'vr 10 li, I0IJ
HUl'ISItri'jANIJlMHTIIlOl'
JJiH' riit 1.1' Un ,n rt,
TAKK NUT I I'M' fun Umii^o (,'irtim hv
I'ooijiio Milbr, ot \ ULfii'iiv. r, ll.C mmli-
unioiii ottviii' cr, into iIhIo it|i|ily fi'.r pM'iiMt
Hi'm 'o pu o-'iiso Ihu  f llownuiiu or bml
limi'':-U mn oi iu* hi n p-iM. ijUiiuil om-
inib- eiim o llm -nrtll  iht, (.'inner o'.'���'��� cl-
Ion lw, Tow- i-lilp (I, tliuiii-o Nisi 80 nlmi
uui'iour lanij nisruior
District of Unpt-rli.
TAKK NO TICK tb.it li tw i-l D,lu\
��� f Hii'i,rliiiiiiti'iL NY, in rjluutiii.in <������ th lo
apjiiy iin- iierii'i.-Bioii to pmo uihc tin- I'ol-
lowi'iuih'Miri 'i'ii lutnl���: ��� (J- tn iihuijii'K at,
ii p nt, iiini id tt mi o> w<ht oi tlm
wilt tn eiml 0 mn r of Noi n U4, 'rmvnHhi))
���iti, bfiioj w.i I 8(1 oluii'i", ib noo , non 111
NO niiaiiiH, thonco oust fill olutiie, tintu-o
in,nh 8(1 oh ,' h In pluuii efuoiiiinci iiuiuuut,
iiuiii.ii iiu (ilOiuifiiH, nioiv or I'M*.
.S'jril.t'tl on pnHl ED'�� N.lf, cornur
��� Imiwaiu) Dvick"
Dim Clftrlr, Auont,   ,
ttiilitl Ai ombor IDllli H)l0.  ,
HUl'BllI' LAND hIStUIOl'
DU.t-ioli of Uuport.
.   TAKB NOTiq'B tilt Tbouiim PrcdwiolC
Tank or,   of Vnnonuy-i,' H.Ol, ''lolojrrai'ih
oper t.", inU'iiilH'to  iip|ily  for  pwimh-
pi mi io   i uivliiwo'llm f .linwiim cleseribeil
IlllillM-Oi'lWUlOilciHg-iit, ll 1'l.i'ht pltiitml at
die nor b wo t coriiiir t f 8 o ion 18, l'o*n
���hip !l ��� tliOini' Hiiutlt 80 olia-UH, tWMiio
eiiht sd ub ui , tli ono i nur b 80 ohiiitu,
tiuncii wild, til) mini ft In p lied i f eo i-
iiio-iiioiiieni, uotitirnii k (J-Ul ��� m ros, tnorj
nl'   I'.'KH."
Soribi'tl on p'nt'l KPVN\W   o rnor,
TllOMAt)  FllKliEIUCK  1'AMKIUt,
J>��� ii (Jla U, Ajjont.
D-t'd I)���Kiinliir lilth. IDH)
(SWa mWaa Uoot Compound
R u 1'ic K ;r LA i\D'DISTRICT
.. Die:net cf Rupert
TAKE  notice   ihut   Mnr��.'uertto
Leitch ..f Vnitcouvi-i,   R C. occu-'
patimi SaliPlady, intends to apjiiy
lor pcrniieHion to ni:rcha.-o tho loj-
luwinp, described l".:,.h:  -
C'.ninio .ci,.K ,-u n pott plained
'at the north ta(Sl curnt,, (l^ j^r.0ij'on
o-l, Townsldp 20. liiFticc west 80
chaini-', thence couth 80 i lining
thencd en-i 80 chaii;^ ihenco not til
SOchniiip to place of (<in,m��Ji.'oe-
nioni, containinii. IM0 acres, inoiu
or I cm.1*.
Scrihed jn pofr, .M.L.'s N. K ^r.
AlAi!0i;i-:nrn-: lkitchi .
Dan   Chirk, Agent.
Dated Decemher Hith, 1U10.
RUPERT LAND   DISTRICT
District of IIu perl ' '
TAKE noi ice thai Ju'.na' Fi*ber -
Silencer of Al-iineda, Ch]., married
woman, intondH  to apply  for  per-'
niisi-ion to pui'diare  the,following
described I��iyicls-:���'
ComiYieucini: a:, a po?t planted
nt ihe i-ooib wes; cn��r.er of'Section
2 Town-hip 2), Ihence east- 80
chains; thenco moth 80 chain*-,
thenoe wohi. 80 oiia:n��, ihence sowh
80 chains in plmo 'of c> nime' cc-
nient, oonuiii.inji (}-;0 acre1- nunc or
le.RP.
Scr-'cd on \fv-i K'F.P.'s S W.ci r,
i^DNA   KlfJll-.K   ;:l'iNC"!t
Dan Chuk. A|!un:.
Dated De ember Khh. 1910.
Diftiicl'nf r^i1];! rt.
TAKE noiici' th-n Ha idee A��hhy
of Vartoouvcr, 1>,C , marr ed wom.ui
intends to apply tor pt-rmi'trion lo
purchtifc the followii,j.; de c'r'ihal
11111(1.": -
ConiniCiiciin: nt a p-;.��t pl.-in'cd
nt (he pomh ens corner of Heciion
3, Tiiwo-hip 21. ihi'i'n'0. noe'.h v"<0
cbrtif-f. th.t-iHo w-cf\ 8(1 chnini,
tl ci-oec ninth 80 chiins. iIk-ikc
enpt 80 chain* In plum of com
nieiiccmo-.t, cotiminii,}.. 0-10 mires
nioro or less
Scribed on posl. TT A.'s S.E, cor.
J!/)M'.-K   AHIIIY
Dan Ciiul;, Agnlit,
D iwd I'k'cenil.ei- Kith, ::i!(j. ���
mt
I.O--i,iKV h'lool, i,,  Ilie,a,   ,.' (  ���ft;|i^E��l��IH��O8..T0BI.MT0.i��T.tfPr����r/^ir.^
 11 No II.
,��� 10 (Hi��t'w:�� HtrotiKoi, ?II; Lfp. a,
if I'or Himclal cwion, 85 por box-
j  Bold liy till ili-uBRiHtu, or no.l!
'opnitl oil Jtioulnt ot prloo,
lllllllo'     '
Ml,
nro:
li'ro
^Dnnsmuir Avo,   Ciniiborlanil it*
iii^i;^'4ii^��J^<^^<y^^^#^i;i<��i(^
������an��awir,v.WJ.,'"'irvr'��'wwr^TrT^*"'-^-u*wwww*ii^^^
O^^C>*^^^ $f $���$���$.��� c��* v-^C- * 4- >
��� . ultni-a, Uiotitio i,(ii.di -lo i-lrli.-Hi-.il plnoM W��MvJwl,,fr'i��i��W��W"lwl"l"l"M"M"Mi
I? ! of co'iiinetuo'iiint,. t:o,liin| ������* Wi:) ���oio ,
'r\     UIO e   i'i' ll'H',
Sorii'iid on pnnr (JCI.M'h HW otu'ltt r,
��� ���KolKlltOllirUH I.AIIOC'JUK Mll.tJIH,
Dan Ul.ii-1,, Akjent,
Pni'1'.i He onili.r'.ti'b, tOKl
i'f*
I
I)c.i!.-;- ia
ALLKfXDS OK
Fruit, e'ndy igars
f Cigarettes & Tobacco.
i
c
0
I'uuo'.a I Hock,
BUB8C1UBK "-Oil TUE NEWS
(VNLVONl iajLLAHA Yldli.
���OUMUKK^AN!), IU!. '
KUPEI1T VAN') DISTRICT.
io*t'Ic oi liuporf,
T,\K K noiice tlmi lliir'ry I'ailcn"
Aroi ilial I nf Vinicoitvi-r, 11 C , on-
cli cnr,-ititt��iiils lu up, ly for , <���<miw
Bion   o piiirlniHo the  follow n^ ilo
r'fi'ihed liiiiihi:--(!iinirnei idin,' at   ���*
]hi-: plnwe I ���! cluii in north oi IC M
Li'iHon'u Miuihwci't cotiier, 'tlicnue
nonh '10 chuiif, ihun.o  wot   -10
cliu'ii",   ihemo   Honih   -10 chaini.
ll,()����'() eaU ���!() ellaiiiH   In  ,plnco   of
coniiiit-iiKinieni,    contaiiiinii    100
iK'ivs, mor or lo-*
.Scrihed on p *t ll.I'.A 'fS.K cor
IlAIIIfY TaTI'IvN' All"lllHAI.H,
Dun Chtl<, agent.
U.'.'ud Dm   llilt, i!)I0,
m
.c
(fl
c
C
i)
\i
t
liUIMSUTI.AND DISTRICT
Disirict of Un���ert.
TAKK N0ru:i6 t��at- hilli,.u Shdppnril,
'if '* iincoiivi r, M ('.. mnrricil woman j,>.
trniilB to in ply for periiVKhi n, to lutnliao
rho follow l.ipf tl Horilii'd Irin'm-O nunr-n
oin��j ��i.a po-n, paut'd ��|, iho H'U'li eai-t
c ner of K'O'ion ii, .Towiinhip'i.'l, IIichoi
'nil-Hi 80 (!huin��, tlicr.u.t wi st .80 i-iuiinn,
llioiictiHoU'li 80 chnin-. htutM (mat SO
oli'dfifi t-t'iTitto ol lorniiuiiei is in.it,, cm..
tui m.MiiAH uoro'��, iiii.ru in1'lift..
Sit",bid on p hi [,&'�� S;,|'l ciMiii'r.
Lii.uan >-iin'i".uui,
..      ' l>,i" ("Ink, Atoid.
Dat'd Dcoenibor, 1.1 b, li).o,
RU PERT LAN I) DISTRICT
Dlptriot nt Hup. n.
TAKK NOTIOIUhft'. Wl'l-am Wndjiipn
^liei li.nil, i f Vniico.,vn|- It, ('., oil'-
im t, milker, inlo k1m t. -���' pj��l.v I'm ���peniii*-.
Hiaii ti iiti'O 'iiH'i 'lu* fobo-nitf iliiKi-rihr-d
IhikU: Com.iouciihi- a- it p at. p'atrr-<l mio
lllilo vtn' i.f ibMMil.lieuiconier n|' Hm:
limi 21, Tom liiji !il, tbem:�� imrtli fill
ut iim, t'i. ncto wimi 8li eiin nu, (Ium'ijc
khi liBOobai ��i, Ihieic.i en I stl rlndnK tu
|iln(!0 of (lOnillim.iVtiiiuH, ooiit'dning fill)
notw, moro er un.
fioiibntl on |)i��l W \\* St"�� H i'i, c   . ,.r',
WlliMAM WlDMAS' S/!V-"iVU:.,
I'.-n Ciin*, ,-.pmt.
Dntnl Ppoi'])i*>tir VM'i,  film.
nUPKUTI.-'.NIiD.I.SlHICT
Dittrii t n' 1,'tij if-i,
TAKR NOTf'.'.i; lln<l \V,\\'<\m 'K*,.,l.
rick Tn lior, of Vmih .,nv.n u.o, iii..r.iiiiii'.iir
or�� iiKPut, iiitondfi tn npply in vfim\ ten
lo piirolinm ilio f 'lb v.'i'�� ,iii,(i'ibuil laud.;
CO'IIII Uliuili|| lit    il    |l'l I    lillliilil I  lllinllt   1
milo iim' of tlm ixHiliwihtconer of Miction IH, Tnwnfi'"ip ii tli�� non i m.t HO oltnln��
t>��<V im' t-nntli Wtl   iiiii,-   ,   fli.i. r      .. ;���;(    t'fl
flhninn, tfiHt om tiordi 80 diidrr, riiulnrjiiof
oeinuiitiie, tiKiii,   om taming   010   i.urii
iiKiio or lnu*.
Hiiri'niil i n po't U'KTu N W. mrncr,
Wiu.lAM Ki:��nuiOK Tamikk,
Dun Clar,:, ApOiii,
Dat'il I) omiilvr 10'k  IIIH),
IIUPKUTUNDIUSVRIOl'
.       |)iHt,'l(.Ul.(  1{ il-i-lfi,
TAKK NOTICK'. ihut hil,,1!.. M,���,U
I'Oti'U, of Viriij.iiivoi-, ,11, (' , ^|,,,,
ol il(, inland* ti> ni>p]y fur ii'Tinn-Miiti t<;
liiirebitfio ilio fol'ow m: -1. i.sih'd !M,fj.:.._.
C*i��liuuetlllilli! tit H p"mt p| uteil ;i',-|i>. mil- t.
wenc.roner uf >��k< ��� n :i.*i. 1'nwnhliip 2'i,
thu ic hei.1,1 110 ii'imuM i5io co o;iel SO
��li-iiin, lieno.i iioitu 8fi tilisiim, tlinieo
Wimt WO ch i i,io < |u.-. < of rr.titri nvie-
liHiii1,coM,iiiiiinK0i   :(!rfH,lU0ir:o' U-.-x
Sorlb-iion jio-t IM'-i N U', i-oi;il,r.
Iuaukm.a MoNi;��r��i'f,v:,
I 'un <hirk, Agont,
D li'd lh.ctu.Ut ICiii, 1010.
H��|4kI,^vJ-J,.J.,|��|w|,J|���|^���|���JttJ<,Jtt|<,|MJ,j14j| ������'  ;!Vrf?A;H,  '''l\\i ���������'- "''-P''  *ri  ���������'* ���������" r. '.\ >';  ���������, ��������� ir  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  MY  ENGLISH RUGBY FOOTBALL  DAUGHTER  WAS CURED  By  Lydia  E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  Baltimore, Md.���������-"I send you hero-  with tho picture ..of my tlftoon your old  daughter Alice, who  was restored to  ..health by Lydia E.  flPlnkham's . yegotii-  ble Compound. Sho  was palo, with dark  circlus under her  eyes, weak and Irritable. Two different  doctors troatcd ber  and, called it Green  Sickness, but she  prow worse all the  time. Lydia K.Pink-  ham's Vegetable Compound was recommended, and after taking three bottles she has regained her health, thanks  to your medicine. I can recommend it  for all female troubles. "���������Mrs. L. A.  Cokkk.vn, 1103 Rutland Street, Baltimore, Md.  Hundreds of such letters from mothers expressing their gratitude for what  Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has accomplished for tbem have  been received by the Lydia E. Pinkham  Medicine Company, Lynn, Mass.  Young Girls, Heed. This Advice.  Girls who are troubled with painful  or irregular periods, backache, headache, dragging-down sensations, faint-  lng spells or indigestion, should tako  immediate action and be restored to  health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound., Thousands bave been  restored to health by its use.  ���������Vrito to Mrs. Pinkliuiu, Lynn,  Mass.. for advice, tree.  Making Room  "Why is.she so popular?"  "She takes off her hat in a crowded  car." ���������������������������".,'  Canada's Butter Trade  Canada's export trade in butter is  not so great at the present time that  her fanners can afford to imperil  their dairy 'industry by a tariff  scheme "that would," in all probability, make the country's imports in  ���������this article greater than her, exports.  "In the year ending Toro" Canada shipped only 4,615,380 pounds of, butter,  worth $1,010,274. Canada's imports  of butter on the other hand, amounted to 687,454 pounds, worth $104,301.  Old Country Style ot Gam* It Making Rapid Stride* In ths Dominion.  In the past year an effort haa been  made to revive the English game of  rugby football in���������tho province ol Quebec, and three strong tennis have been  formed in Montreal playing the game  uuder the British Rugby Union rules.  The three clubs are McGill Umver������  eity. Montreal English Rug'iy Football  Club, and the Canadian PaclEc Railway, E.R.F.C. In Ottawa the Royal  Naval College also hopes to'take up  the game. English rugby football ia  further" played to a great extent in  Winnipeg, extreme Eastern Canada,  British Columbia and California,  where it has in recent yeara taken  the place of the American game.  While it U not the wish ,of English  rugby cluba iu Canada to try and  make converts to the British game,  yet they feel, that it is time that Canada, especially ou account of her closo  situation to Great Britain, be able to  put a fifteen in the field under Brit-  tsh rugby rules and capable of holding its own against representative  teams of Great Britain, or any of her  overseas dominions.  . This would make one game of rugby  throughout the Empire and ���������induce  British, as well as the teams of South  Africa, Australia, and Now Zealand  to visit -Canada.  Almost 500 first class clubs are members of the British Rugby Football  Union, and these clubs are spread all  over the world, the headomce.of thu  rugby board being in Loudon, England. , ,; ���������  ���������       ������������������'   -  The rules governing tho British  game have changed considerably since  tlie game was last played in uthese  parts of Canada, now many years ago,  and,tho g>.ne as played to-day is. no  doubt, the" fastest,exciting and', most  spectacular game of football in existence.  There are lots of men In thlscoun-  try who know and have played the  grand old game, and many will probably come forward now and help the  game along in the Dominion.  An English International team will  probably visit Canada in tho spring  of next year.  BINDERS a COCKSHUTT'S  FROST & WOOD   Machines Load  AH.      Set   Catalogue from   the   Cockshutt   Dealer  ''STONEHENGE."  Discontent is the sure indication of  a feeble mind.���������Reginald Lucas.  An education is one thing they all  have to get oh the installment plan.  ("i i    ''     mii i t.   '_ mij''  The more a man sprinkles when  talking tho closer, he insists on being  to,your face.  DyRentcry corrodoH the intestines and  Rpooclily eats away thn lining, ln-iiiKiiip;  about danicorouR conditions that may  cause dim 111, Dr, J. D. KoIIorh'm DyHen-  tory Cordial clean* the IntuHtinal cnnalfl  of tho KPi-mH that caimo, tho inflammation  and by protoctinp; tho Union from furtlior  ravapfCR rontons thorn to a healthy condition, Those subject to dvHent.ury should  not bo without, this simple yet powerful  remedy.  Tho. trouble is that people are always looking for a good time-instead  of having a good time.  No,man over owed anything to whiskey except his debts and his deaths,  Mlnard's Liniment cures garget in cows  Even if monoy is tainted wo don't  keep it with us long enough to become  contaminated. ;  Men who "attempt to drow,n sorrow  merely  irrigate  It. ,  FWiitc of Onto, Oity nf Toli'do, h���������  Iiiicns County, /   '  Frank ,1, Cheney mn.ltoh onth tlmt ho U  Honlor piirtnur of tlm llrm of V. ,f. Ohonoy  A Co., doing lninltiesn In the Oily of To  ledo, Cniintv nnd Rtnte nforeHniil. nnd  that snid firm will pnv the sum of ON I'I  HnNDHRD IlOnMHH for ciieh nnd every  oiiho of Cntnrrh tbnt enntiiit be etired hy  thn tisii of Hall's (intnrrh ('lire,  l-'llANK .1. OIIKNKV,  Hwnrn  to biifore me  nnd snliHerllieil  in  my   preMnnce,   this  6lh   dny   nf   lleceinber,  A. I)��������� 1686.  A, W, flTiKAHON.  (flenl.l Notary l'nblle.  UnlTfl Cntnrrh Cure Is taken liilerniillv  nnd tirls directly upon the blnml nnd  mueoiiH snrfiieeH of tlm system. Hend for  tflHtlmorilnl*.  free.  Y. ,1. CIlKNKY * 0o��������� Toledo, O  Hold by. nM. nruindnK..75i  Montreal Is Changing.  The aspect of the City of Montreal  ���������in fact, the Island of Montreal���������is  chancing rapidly, day by day. Tbo  spread of the resldental nreas westward,, and northward, is simply phenomenal. '., The downtown section,  which at the present time, is extend-  ing ns far as Ontario street, Is bainu  rapidly given over to the ever-increasing demands of business. Numbers of old churches have alrcndv  disappeared,0 within the last tew  years, and morn will dlsapnear In tho  .Mar,Jujturo. Old landmark? 8tp_ dis-^  appearing and ��������� new ones are taking  their placo.  For years to come ther" will continue a succession of pullina down  and building tin, each fresh instance  showing that the founders, of Montreal never realized the proportion.'  to which it. would ottain, A few  figures will show succinctly what  ���������tlio,growth; of Montreal has been, and  what may be-expected in the future,  *he Dooulatlon in 1800 was 0.000;  1816, 10.000; 1825, 22.000; 1852,, 57,700;  1900, 262.260; in 1008, there wna an  odimated poouhition of 201,002; In  'POO after tho annexation of St.  Henry, St, Cunogonde and Villerny,  It wa������ 337,490 and In 1909, 352,500.  The present population of Montreal  and Its suburbs U probably about  half a million.  Tho rapid Growth of the City ->f  Montreal, la shown by the fact tint  in 1863 it. area wns 4,024 acres;,which  had grown to 6,972 acres in 1900  fen years later with various annexations, It had reached th" extent of  25,747 acres, or over 40 sc,%ire mil"*.  Since 1808 the taxahlc real ostnto  of tho city hnd Increased in value  ten times over, from $39,174,120 to  $319,341,010 In 1910, In tho snmo  period tho value of exempt nrnncrty-  hnd. increased from $0,017,800 to  ,$109,102,490,  Church Union Experiment*.  While church union is being discuss,  ed-throughout Canada, the oxporlmont  will bo tried in. Kingston as a vacation expedient during tho noxt two  months,  Itov. . 1. A, Montgomery of Knox  Presbyterian Church takes his vaca-  tion this month, and during his ab-  aenco his Hock unites with the Methodists of Dominion square Methodist  Church under Rev. li. I. Hart.  In August It will bo the turn of  tho Methodist divine to take a holl*  duy and his congregation during that  mouth will go under the spiritual  gundianshlp of Hov. Mr. Montgomery.  The uuion ol Presbyterian and  Methodist Churches at the Vlllago of  Portsmouth is also likely owing to tho  fact that tho membership ol both con  Origin of  Fambu*  Monument  Veiled  In Mystery.'  Tho first serious inquiry into \the  origin of Stonehenge , came from a  characteristic quarter, no less a person than the British Solomon, Kiug  James I., who, says The Loudon  Globe, d'reefed Inigo Jones, the famous architect, to undertake the task.  At the time of his death Inigo had  prepared some notes.only. These were  edited by a relative at the desire of  two , famous men,, Harvey, discoverer  of the circulation of the blood, and  Selden, the lawyer; the theory advanced being that Stonehenge was "a  temple after the Tuscan order." U  would be interes'tingi to know how  much of the work ,was really Inigo's,  as it was based on certain geometric  .measurements which proved to have  been less accurately done than might  have been expected from an architect.  The popular theory that monuments  such as Stonehenge, or the circles at  Keswick and elsewhere in the Lake  district, were Druids' temples, originated with Dr. William Stukeley.  Stukeley was a man of great learning,  but allowed liis ideas to run away  with him;  His arguments formed a remarkable  study, tie. had seen the circles, apparently temples without priests; he  had read of the Druids, apparently  priests without temples. He wished to  connect them. Then he found in Pliny  a fantastic story that in Gaul the  serpents congregated at midsummer,  and produced from their saliva an  egg to- which magic virtues were ascribed. "This they cast into the air,  seemingly after the modern ritual of  tossing the pancake, and he who would  possess himself of the talisman must  catch it -ere it reached ������������ie ground  and fly for ' safety beyond running  water; for all the terrors that Tarn  o' Shanter or Elsie Venner braved  were his Pliny crowns the whole  by saying that he had seen one of  these eggs; so when he adds that they  were regarded as a charm by the  Druids, Stukeley had no hesitation in  saying that the circles were erected  by the Druids for serpent worship.  But why were they circles? Because,  said Stukeley, they represented the  coils of an enormous snake, worked  in boulders, the image of their deity.  To demonstrate this he made a' survey of the lines of stones near the  circle at Avebury. The resulting snake  waa~semi,-detached._neither continuouir  nor convincing, and it was only "by  the help of artistic license that- he  was able to produce the required dia-,,  gram. Later he supplemented this by  a plan of certain remains at.Shap,  Westmoreland. He himself remained  at, Carlisle���������-he, was a wise man, for  the weather was bad���������and' sent a  young surveyor to, do, the work. Ho  was: a wise, man also; for he knew  what his master wanted to find and  he found it, having prepared, it is  said, a plan of all the stones in a  day ��������� an utter impossibility. Yet  Stukeley's theories created an extraordinary sensation at the time, and are  accepted to some extent even to thia  day.;  Jack Tar's Letters,  It. is easy enough for you to drop  your letters in a pillar-box'and know  that they will be delivered with all  due speed. But Jack, especially  when he is cruising in foreign waters,  has to-wait weeks or ovon months to  get a reply to his correspondence.  On every British war vessel a corpora! or lance-corporal of tho Royal  Marines is specially told off to collect  nnd dispatch letters and parcels. Ho  is tho local postofllco and postmaster,  for he sells stamps and generally acts  for and gives information to tho members of the ship's company about  their mail, All- tho lottors lor England are fastened up in private bags  and addressed to the G.P.O., London,  Theso bugs aro sealed with the do-  sign of a British ensign around which  aro the words, "Tho Seal of His Majesty's Ships."  Many of tho lottors thnt aro received from Jack Tar boar English  stumps nnd the London postmark,  which rather puzzlos recipients. But  the foregoing paragraph explains thU  simply enough. These mnll bagx,  when properly sealed, urn taken  unborn by the ship's postman nml  delivered to tho nearest postofllon.  Vory often the latter is tweuty or  thirty miles away and con������iBts of a  dignified bam.,  No Advantages  "Then you didn't enjoy the picnic?"  "No; the plnco wo selected was too  dump for us to sit down, yet not damp  enough to fish."  In Clubland  Hudson���������How did you vole?  Mrs, Hudson���������Well,    I   .wanted to  vote both ways, so I paired with my-  Bl'lf.  Casey���������There's throublc over at  Clancy's.  Oostigan���������Phwnt it it?  Casey���������A family foight,  Costignn���������Shore, thot's not trouble;  11 tot's enjoyment. ,  Minard's Liniment Cures Colds, Etc.  The Marketer���������"Aren't you wasting  :i good deal of that steak iu trimming  it?"  The lluteher���������"No, ma'am. I  weighed it first,"���������Toledo Blade.  "Fathei," said little Rollo, "what is  meant, by 'Sabbath dny's journey'?"  "Iain afraid, my son, that in too  many cases it, means twice around the  golf links."  The Urgent Need  She (flattering with eyes and'voice)  ���������Arthur, dear, I find that wo still  need a few things to make our little  househoir more serviceable.  He���������What ono thing, perhaps?  She���������Well, for instance, we need a  new hnt for me.���������Harper's Bazaar.  One can get some lino on a mother's  fund of common sense by tho nge  when her daughters begin hiking on  store hair.  A rumor has very little regard  the sliced limits,  for  Where's   His  Conscience  A Massachusetts man ate five  dozen boiled eggs at a sitting. We  wonder how he can look an incubator  in the face.���������Toronto News.  W'iso mothers who know- the virtues of-  Mothor OriiveB1 Worm Exterminator always hnvo it at hand, bcouuso it proves  Its valuo.  All great-men are in   some   degree,  inspired.���������Tully.  It is easy to get anything you want  ���������if it happens to be something that  nobody also will have.  :<M  Cheap pianos hnvo helped to con- j  vert many a hardworking girl into a'  ilsnob.���������George A. Parrish.  The man who never smilos inspires  no������������������ more confidence, than the dog who  never wiigs his tail.  o "  When Kollowny's Corn Onre is applied  to a oorn or wart it,kills tho rootB and  the callosity cornea out without injury to  the flesh.  Some people seem to get round  shoulderi'd from carrying the responsibility of things'that do not concern  them in the least,  Fear is the .awe-band of the soul,  whereby it is kept from starting from  God and His ways,���������Sibbes.  Ono thing I have learnt, and I  think it is worth remembering, that  heaven may be reached and touched  everywhere, that one can help or  hinder happiness by a tiny word.���������  Amy Le Feuvre.  He who is never satisfied can give  no satisfaction to others.���������Duke de  Levis,  Appleford  Counter  Check  Book  Company,  Limited.  The best equipped factory for producing Counter Check Books  in Canada.  F������ctory  and Offices:  HAMILTON,  ONT.  Capacity  509 000 ChevkhZkB  z  per Day.  We are supplying the Largest users of Counter Check  Books in Canada with our  'IMPERIAL BOOKS."  (Not In the Trust.)  APPLEFORD COUNTER  CHECK BOOK  COMPANY, LIMITED.  We want publishers to ������ct ������������������ our agents In afl Manitoba, Saskatchewan,  Alberta and British Columb'a towns Writo us for,conditions and price*  BABY'S OWN TABLETS  ^-���������^CURE SUMMER.GOMP.LAINT  Baby's Own Tablets should be kept  in every home where there are babies  or young children. At no time of the  year is baby in such danger as in  summer. At the first sign of illness  the Tablets, should ho given to the  ���������little one, for summer complaints  come on - so" quickly that unless  prompt aid is at hand baby may he  beyond help in a fow hours. Tho Tablets never fail to relievo the sick  child, nnd if occasionally given to  tho well child will keep him well.  Mrs. Desire Ma-rtin, St. Denis, Que.,  writes: "Ihave a baby threo months  old who suffered from colic nnd constipation, Castor Oil was of no help  at all, hut Baby's Own Tablets speedily cured him and now I always keep  them in the house." The Tablets  are sold by medicine dealers or by  mail at 25 cents a box from Tho  Dr, Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont,  Eddy's Matches  Cover Canada Like Sunshine!  Eddy's "Royal Georee" combine Safety Surety and Silence in Matches and sell at about 1.000 for 10 cent'  There's  nothing  "just  ns good."  A writer gets in the lonir run just  the readers' ho reserves.���������Miss Hester  Brayne,  R\?.%Alfflffi^^ ! gre������a"Uon*'ls very small and It is ditll      j cult to keep up expenses.   A commit  A truly grent orator is one who cnn  cay the most convincing things in tht!  fewest words.  Nothing    shrivels      misfortune  much as to keep silent about it.  so  The hobble-skirl must go, declaron  the fiiMhiou-rnler, Which id iiinri'  than the hobble-skirt   wearer.s   have  Bend for free sample to Dent, N.U.. N*  tional Drug ft Chemical Co.. Toronto  W. N, U��������� No 856.  too from each" church has boon appointed to discuss the matter.  One Hundred Years Old,  Ambrolso Quayi tho oldest citizen In  Queboo City, recently celebrated tha  100th anniversary of his birth, and th������������  ovent was a memorable one, Over 300  rolatlvofl and friends assembled at hi*  residence to do him honor, and otter a  mnmi nt, Rt. Joan Baptiste Church,  there wait a banquet. Mr, Uuay is still  in good health mul m>li\U, bid ho  was spirited away by his friends while  the oelebratlon was at Its height, in  order that ho Hhould not bo too much  fatigued by the event,  Bnss for CnjiiK Lake.  As a result of the interview whloh  Charles Calder, M.P.P. tor South On-  tarlo, had with Hon. Dr. Roauma recently, a mora generous policy will  ho pursued In stocking tho Inland  lakes erf tho east and tho north with  uarne fish, Chalk Lake ts the particular placo In which Mr. Ctilder U Interested, and wh<Hi tho matter In taken up a more liberal policy with re-  (ard to tho stocking of tho lakes with  M* will be inaugurated.  A Youthful Inventor,  !   Biunusl Colt was only flfuen yesrs  , of t$e when, ho (nroatcd his fatnoui  1 NtOVW.     >'���������'  Royal Cyclists.  King George, who has just present,  ed a perpetual challenge trophy for cyclists, has long been an enthusiast of  the wheel, Like so many other members of his family, lie was taught to  ride by Mr, Mayes, a famous racing  man of the 'eighties, nnd proved such  an adept pupil that, to quote his instructor's words, "Ho didn't want any  teaching. Hn jumped on his bicycle,  wobbled about a bit, and nwny ho  went, riding it���������well, not exactly liko  an old hand, but very well." Mr.  Mayes' first rnval pupil was Princess  Henry of  Hattenborg,  who had  hur  tilnt,   U;.it,ull   (uu   it    U'k-J'<;!<.���������)    in    tin:  grounds of Buckingham Palace. Queen  Alexandra (thon Prince** of Wales)  had her tirst lesson at iSaudriugham  on a tricycle which had beon built in  five days as a Christmas present for  tier.  Observe tho Mnn With the Hoe; he  spends a good rleal of his time leaning on it, doesn't he?  People expect too much of the  weather and too littlo of themselves,  Toronto Type Foundry Co., Ltd.  CALGARY  WINNIPEG  REGINA  The Largest Printers' Supply House in Canada  We Carry in StocK Cylinder Presses, Job Presses,  Paper Cutters, Type and Material. Can Fill  Orders for Complete Equipment from our Stock.  We are the Largest Ready Print Publishers in  the West. We Publish Ready Prints from our  Winnipeg, Calgary and Regina Houses.     :  Order From  Nearest Branch  $3,600 in Cash Prizes for Farmers  ti ri  w  ,. "The Silent Man."  As General Commissioner of Poliee,  Sir Kdward Henry had the arduous  task of making adequate polico ar-  ritugements tn ileal with the huge  crowds of people who assembled m  London on ,lun<i Jrind and &lrd. Known  a������ "Thn Silent Man," mi accutint ol  his quiet, uuiisHumiug, unassertivo  manner, Hir Kdward made his mark  as the Inspector-General of Policu in  Bengal, ������nd is famous lor his introduction of tho system of recognition  by finger-marks, which has brought so  many lighl-finguud gentry u> iuit  punishment.  'MWN vou *nt*r the Canada Cement Prlite  Contntt,   your   dealer   will   assist   yuu.  c'oiuuit lilm '.ii j-cU'Tftu-i, to cfMiflHlrm*  ������f the cotitftst. lUfer all ijue������ttons of (loirbt to  him to decide. Confer with lilm wlnm hli at-  perinnce and advice and hli Knowledge of our  lilari woul.l seem helpful,  Don't hMltatu about dolnr thin. We have  r^iui'ited Viirn it> ru,������iia la ui������ Uw������i ui ".i.* +,ltl'.'..i  any farmer In His locality competing In thia content���������whnther It'e a matter involving the application of conuoit, or how to vo about winning one  uf the )>rUoa offered In thii contPit, Do you  realize that you have ai good n chance ai tho  next man to win one of tht\i* prlifi? There are  four fnr ������>ai*h Province, ai follows:  l'Ht/IK "A"���������IIM.OO lo U ������'.������������n t������ lh������ ftrm������r in ttt���������  l'rofiiti* whn will mt duricf i������U. lh* if������������t������������i numlwr of  ti.'H nt "CXS'.XlfX" I'.m.nl VllV.f, "Tl"���������linO.lill to 1)1  jfvrii 11 Hie f������rm'r in *������������* Vrotinea who in J9H nam  "VAN'AnA" Ctm������nl on hit f������rm for,tb* ,|r������it*n ouwlwr  of |������j?j>rt������n. PIlfZK "C"���������#100.00 to bi' cif������n lu tit  fnictt ia ait* !'r������fit>r������ ������hu furniitui ut with (kaotofriph  Canada Cement Company, Limited, Montreal  ilttwlmr thi Wit of mr pirtleulir kind of work doni nn ble  "������(l*    *.,....   1311   will. ^C.W.'.TU"   t*.ffi.nt      T������UT*V   ������������������n!T  ������������������$100.00 to b������ rlT������n to Uu firmir it noa Proriire who  tubtuiM Ui* l������itf tn.i ittistl AimttiUu Hi-Mi-rif'Hciu fi lii>w nn/  tuttlwiUr \>\tea of work ihown liy meanpiaylBC photoirapb,  ��������������������� don*,  Gontmt will dote on November 15th, lilt, and  at  noon   an   ponulbU   tlioruaftBr,   prizes   will   be  awarded.  Ho eure and fret a eopy ot our Contett Cirrulur,  telllnK all about the content, AjiIc your dealer for  one or uie the attaohod coupon, If you find It  more convenient.  fn wrltlni tii, mutitUn whMhtr you Hit* thmiIt.i1  copy nf "Whit the Firmir Cm !>o WI  T>ri>fiuit',y i!l'.i������lnu<l  100<vi|������ hook, whlrh  r.nw  tn h'l IM   ���������������".!)  roii-mf*,   id  that  you  much ot t'i* work younrlf,   lt'������ a la.giil  ind nipful W.'. taj should ut* yoa Tl  doltii'.    fiiMici wdg luvn r������������iTiil It,  it li #ptmai<J.   /Writ* tO'iit������ht md it wl  ��������� ta Uek  U "you  with rrlw Conuit  Vaiitt. hy  raiura Kill. -.1,   <- ������' - v'
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THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
/^OTnralr. ��� V^c^vno/v
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THE vacation of (lie boys nnd
girls vinb etc-In school or college
began' early In June. Tlie young
Indies ut' the household are mnk-
inx ready for outings of varying lenpihB
In July nml August. House parties, a
week's sojourn at llio seashore, or at.
tlio 1'prliigs, or In the Adirondack woods,
is set down In the calendar nf tills one.
end her sister lias an Invitation to Join
a camping (tans hound for the Huncc-ley
lakes, or the monntulntop somewhere
in Vornoni, Kven l'tuer Vanillins hns
sHiga^cd to "ko u-tbdilnn" when his
vacation comes ln due order,
There Is an order uf procodrneo and
imccctfslon In the mutter of rest and
recreation ln every business house.
V;om "boss" to porter, the rltrht to lay
oil for a Riven time Is as llrmly established ns the rate of wanes and the
time of payment. The humane mistress ,
iiHtu always seen to It thin ench maid
bus her week or more of respite from
leftiilar duties, and manured to have
the summer labors an light* as was consistent wllh the comfort of the diminished t.imlly. Of later years sho of the
composite name expects* her vacation
nlonj; wllh iho rest of the world's* work-
tsm. In entering a place, she mentions
tiie fact, if the employees omit' to
epoak of it.
She is light! So are nl) the rest of
our tollers, who recoRnlze the Imperative
necessity of unbending the taut bow
perlod'.cally and taking the harness from
the draiiKhlhorse that lie may roll upon
the turf anil, as tiie bays put it, "kick
up ills heels" to get tlie ache and stiffness out of ihem, A wise practitioner
in nervous diseases told an overworked
man on the verge of nervous prostration
to stop working overilme��Hnd try conscientiously to do every afternoon and
evening "the thine; he llked'best to do-
always provided It was not work."
There you have- tlie very essence and
rplritof vacation. Tho Latin root, "va-
cjirc," slenliict* 'to empty, to free and
leave unoccupied. It Is well to dig' up
lhe root of a word sometimes, that we -
may analyze flower or fruit.
I once heard a rich���self-made���man
my that he saw no sense in a grown
person taking a vacation; for his part
lie had never had one In ills life, That
is, not since lie won I into a store as porter's assistaiw ��� nt ���11. Ho had worked
six days in lhe week for twelve months
of the year for forty years, "Nowadays," he went on to say, scornfully',
"everv whlusnapper of a clerk, on $ii
per. imint have his ten days off. As
for tlie ministers, nothing less than two
months will do for them; and, with that, '
they go to pieces every three or four
years and require a foreign trip to build
them up. It's nothliiR but a fashion and
a fid'"
At 45   he "went to pieces,", dying at
" "Ihe'tTp���as" tii e-Ruying-ls���and -drew-hls ���
li",est hrenli at 50, after five years ot
semi-lmbeelllty. The machine was worn
out; the bow had lost pliancy; the beast
of burden was foundered and hopelessly
lame.
With these facts In mind, I turn with
6erlous look and thought to ,a passage
In a letter from an active member of our
family:
, "Say a word, please, for our house-
mothcr at this season. Slie Is -the only
member of the household who does not
enloy a staled rest and relief from the
cares of the home. Slie sews for her
daughters; urges the liushand to take
reeretitlon and tn enjoy It to tlie full,
and woiks fr.irn 'alarm clock to nlurm
clock,' In the mime of humanity, won't
vou put in a plea for respite from the
maddening grind?" ,
"The maddening grind!" When duties
which'were once a delight and a pride
pet to be that, nature sounds an alarm
that means danger mul'.much of it. A
woman whb loves her home and Is a
capital and cheerful housekeeper mild
to mc yesterday that she did not "want
to vot!- unices John would settle every
mornlm? whnt to order for luncheon and
dinner," That was as much responsibility
ns she could carry, year In'ond year
out. The mother In every homo knows
what nhe meant and felt; knows, too,
why .she locos appetite for home, fool
with 'the coming of the summer dayi*
Hhe hates almost ua heartily as tho children love thorn, It In hnd enough to
order meals, she will tell you, without
having tn rat thorn,   A'ao   that "noth-
: lnu 'tastes .right."   Whon 'the girls havo
��� their own homes, and have to consider
for ,1(!5 days In the year the problem.of
what .to cut and how to servo It; to calculate how to lit market bills to the
net mil Income- upon which she may
draw tn pay thorn; to set so good a
table ihat the waning appetites of hard-
worked ' husband and schoolchildren,
fret thin' under examinations and heat,
mnv bo tempted nnd their strength kept
up'until vacation, the now thouirhtloss
younK women will look hack remorsefully to those days of Ignoranco and
itiicharltnblo Judgment of the nppetlto-
les* loller-ln-clilcf. , ��� ���   _,
"Bhe sews for the daughters," There -
Is an appalling, quantity-of" sowing to be
dene, The drensmnkor who comes hy
the day to tnko breadths oul of .last
summer's skirls and fashion new waists
out of the surplus iiiiiluilnl thus gained
(the one and only lament to lean purses
accruing from the scant skirts) expects
nmt her to help'her for un mnny hours
of thn duy as oilier tusks will allow hor
to do,' The prospective wearers of tho
a bridged unrtvents have tholr lunula and
heads full of othor matters, Thoy aro up
betimes to nlay lentils tn tho nearest
court  or  golf  on  a  neighbor's  links;
, tiler' nro wiiior parlies ami picnics and
strolls "by thn pale, silver light of tho
muon," The boys"'hav* their swimming
club and fnolhijll team to "keep llio llfo
In a fellow", until vai-iitlnii begins In
Hood ciirncs'. one and all, flicy would
cliaraotcrlssfl tho Iowhoiih and oilier Impositions of th* lust ton months mi a
"maddening grind," Tho father of tho
crow would cialcli ciigeriv at the nhtnso
aa descriptive of Ills,dally vocation, bo
It a profession, coinniorco or it emit,
The mother lias been driven to the extremes end of her wlls tn maintain a
tolerable standard nf good humor and
outward cheerfulness for the lust few
weeks, She hits Invented now dlHlies
and novel combinations of old sland-
b;�� when "ho could not afford nil tho
delicacies of tho season .IcmitiiiUnl by
iftjirlcloim uppitllfn. Willi broilers at.
���tn ccnls per pound, she must, of neoes-
(!(�����   tvu-e fHivi bnomi nnd ����������� for tbo
i Hii'iidtiy-iiiornlng breakfast imk-u- in a
nh'.if and rlco pudiUmf fer filmier instead of freih .bnrrlos, If she lmvo a
ru.u't duck mice ,��i, week, a scries of
bolli'd mutton and the loft-overs sho
can -contrive to iiiitkc from It, Mm iniixt
establish an uyenifin expenditure or sho
will overrun the weekly allowance,
Mtilch does not take Into uccount winter
M-arcuy iiini iitiuuuut Uthwtivc, l'.,,-
will outgrow their clothes and girls
must dress as well as their associates or ��
suffer mortifications that cut morn
deeply Into the mother-heart than she
over confesses to them. Part of her
trade Is to put the best foot fnrcutoi'i.
Ifor husband and children know thin to
tic a fact, arid that, ns inspector lluoket
My* of his wife's nmntcur detective
work, "She bits ncieii up to It iiiiblul"
In the day when the Master balances
nccniints with his eiritiliiycH the mother's
name will be found ln line with heroes
and martyrs of whorti the world waB
not worthy. She will be more astonished than anybody else when the award
Is made. The suspicion that she Is any-
thlin; higher than a commonplace wife
and moiher, whu tries humbly to do the
duty ot the day without a taint of self-
pity In word or thought, has never
dawned upon her eonimonplncc Intellect.
Vol she Is keen'wilted hi descrying
the talents of her offspring and zealous
in tlie sucrlllee of her personal ease uinl
(imifort to secure recognition and Improvement of these glflB. Her husband
Is the head of tbe home. If ho had hia
deserts, he would be the loading man ln
the community. Sho spare* him overy
care that sho can ward off from tho
TOW
iamnAa\_mm^ri*mVi.V..
-m��-^_    l"n   "
qualntance of two 'other' "plain people," and the three sat for hours In
tho slituto of the veranda rool,
eying the butterflies of fashion in their
flitting bock and forth. .At night tbey
"did" their hair afresh; brushed V.icir
black silks and put on thelir best
"brooches; shook rose water upon, clean
handkerchiefs, and repaired to a
coign of vantage In the ballroom
for yet more brilliant views of the
gay world. Tlie effect upon the quiet
homebody's health and spirits was so
pronounced that she has been sent
to the "Springs" every August since.
She-has never drunk a teaspoonful of
tbe   waters.     She   does   nol  need    It.
Por one golden wer-k and a half out
of ilfty-iwo she does Just what she
likes best to do, getting clean out of
thu "maddening grind" of everyday
drudgery. '
Another���the hard-worked wife of^ a
village pastor ��� was convicted three
ye-rs agone of a longing to taste the
delights of New York us a summer resort, and found it so exactly to her
liking that she comes to the metropolis
. periodically wlu-n lieat and desolation
art at their, height; Hikes rooms In a
quiet boarding house not far lrun I'en-
tral Park, and Is happier than the July
days are long, t-torlng up incidents and
experiences that beguile thought and
engage tongue all wlnier.
dear head already bowed by the weight
of responsibility and tbe mysterious,
fardel she calls "business." The weight
and "grind" of business are the abundant excuse for surly tempers,, harsh
criticism of her .ways'imu works, impatient faulUmding-with the children she
shields from his wrath by- every ingenious art love can devise.
In how many homes���even among
the very well-to-do classes in our
country���Is mother's vacation a stated
family "Institution"? Who plans that
she shall step out from tlio shudow of.
-money~cares-and,homely_contrlvances^
to got for husband and children of
more moderate means recreation and
holiday? Slie would plead against
herself that she cannot be spared
from tlie helm. 'Nobody else pan run
tbo house as she runs It; her duties
may not be delegated to daughter or
hlrollngs,
It is tlie plain duly, then, of husband and daughter to take the matter
of mother's vacation out of ber hands.
Slie is so evidently Incapable of caring l��r herself as her worth deserves,
that she-should be cared for; armed
Intervention is necessary. Kind out
what she would like .\o do, obeying
tho advice of the nerve, specialist,, and
seo that she does II. 1 knew one confirmed -homebody-who; when put;lnto
the confessional ������by a visiting relative, owned to a long-Indulged wish
to go to Saratoga' and Watch, tho
"folk" promenade the verandas ny
day: ami danco in tlie ballroom by
night. Whoreupoii tlio family clubbod
In and bought ii'iniw black -silk for
her; bnd It mado handsomely iind
sent her off to Saratoga in company
with a1 neighbor who was ordered to
drink the wafers, "Mother" ,had , tho'-
lime of hor life! She made tho ac-
A tblnl, who Is not especially fond of
vliurchgolng for the rest of the year,
lalus hey outing at Norihdeld,^attending every meeting, indoor and out,
When 1 looked polite surprise at bearing this, she explained the idiosyncrasy
by observing dittldPntly:
"You see, It Is so unlike anything I
lmve. for ihe rest uf llm ye.ir. It ro-
I'Kjshes mc through and through, 1
look forward to It longingly from tho
l-i'ljlniiinn i,f the season,"
Slie bit un- n the truth without know-
ii.g cne woul cf l.aiin. She empties
Ikt mhid of all Dial absotbed thought
and dine for ihu re��i. of the year and
follows wliun niUiev than duty. Tho
jmiulgcm-e is u  h.nuiiie MU-atlou,
if you can beguile tlie mother Into nn
oxprcsiiion of peisonal liicllnatlon <m
tho mibjeet of lu-r h.llilay, exorcise
your Ingenuity to extract il painlessly.
That is, without letting lu-r suspeet
wbut you ino ln?nt upon. If she huvo
I'.rmvn >,o weary In body and in spirit
tbnt t-lie has no preference for one placo
or thing above Ilu--other, the greater is
hor need of a thorough obungo. When
a woman of remie and native energy
ceases i.> care whether nhe slays at
homo ur goes sibifud, and b.-g.i to bo
l<t clone, Mu> Is in'a bud way, Sometimes, ir teased by affectionate Importunities, Mie Hares up wllh the declaration that .slie "would as soon die as
live���she is so tired out!" l>orr. faithful, overdriven- cicaturel Sho means
what she i.ays in, .hur desperation.
Do John nnd ihc children, who have
lor all iih'm- imniths accepted her service as a ln.uier of course, ever bethink
tlienvehes or the terrible statistics tela-,
live to New isiighuu) madhouses? That
was the name "as.slums" boie in the
olden times, Wo are familiar with tlie
lincoiilcstrd statement that more than
one-half of the Inmates of these Institutions arc (aimers' wives, Wlio sits him
down io reason uut tlie puzzle? It is not
, the- bralnworl'cr, ar tbo Ill-paid factory
girl, or the Nliopwoimin, of whose woes
we have heard so much lately through
letters to our Kxchunge, who Is most
likely to recruit tlie wretched corps of
lunatics. Tbe ovll agencies,in the work
are lhe monotonous toil of the wile who
does mil set her foci .otf tbe farm for
six months together, .'xcopt when she
ran get tbe housewoik out of tlio way
In time to go lo church Sunday forenoon, and who then carries tbo dinner
in her mind whllo she aeems to take
part In the devotions of tlie rest; thu
scarcity of amusements that might dls-
lruct her thoughts from petty cares and
ignoble anxieties���In three words, "the
maddening grind" of housemother ana
wife.   All tlila Is what frels ber into a
pieroature  giave  or  sends  her  to .the
sadder living tomb of the insane ward.
I do not apologise for speaking strong-
Iv and at length upon a subject that
may not Interest readers In general. It
should appeal powerfully to those in
whose service the niothor has spent' and
been spent until self-forgetfulness is tbe
law of her being.
She saves others; herself she never
thinks of saving. Uo you, her husband,
and ,vo"u, ber children, see to ll tliat the
evil is leetllied!
llegiii as soon as you lay down this
page to arrange for mother's vacation,
no nml to- who else of the household
gees wllhoiit his or hers.
1 heard a girl say not long ago that
"Poor dear mamma would not know
what to do with a holiday if one were
forced upon her."
Begin, then, to tcacli her how to use
~ir""lf"necesHnryrmake-a-new-and-whole-_
some application ot the system ot compulsory education,
A Thought
IrUOMlCMnEU a young wlfo who
had to purl with her husband for
a. time. She did not write a
'mournful poem; Indeed,' she was u,
silent purson, and perhaps hardly sa Id
a word about It; but she quietly
turned :of a deep orange'color with
launillco, A groat many people In th s
world have but one form of rhetoric
for their protoundost ������ experiences,
niimoly, to wasto away and die. When
'a man eniv road, his thought haa
slackened its hold.-Holmes,
THE HQU
ISE1
MOTHERS' EXCHA]
NGE
1
IMPORTANT NOTICE
_f_%BOAUBB of the ciionuoua
JK number of lot furs' *ent to
*-* the EtvfiliungB, I must ok
oonfrlbtitora lo limit thvir ooiri-
miinicttUoiin to ino word*, c.voopt
In cwo* of formula* or reolpat
xohioh require preaier apuco. I
xomit all mv ooiroapoiuleiit* to
httxw n thawing in tho Comer.
and tf my rciitieat in thia reaped,
in oompUfut with it will he poatl-
ble to print mniij/ more lellera,
ilffflHtlon it <;nlM to the fnet
thnt Marlon Harland cniinof r��-'
oelec money for pattern*, an the
Imn no <tnn��iro(/nti \rlth any de-'
parfmcat t/iaf tellt them,
A Requested Fish Recipe '
ITIAV10 trleij your riiclpe for elieenc muffle, and Ilnd' It dollclnui,
llum l�� tlie rmilin! for "Uufnite WHeli"
asked for by ii iiii'iuberi ,
Gpf alto, Tlnoh
\riir cleniiliiK mul unit lnu  tl|<) flub, i tail
Into sllecs lliioii liu'lum In leiutili ,i pounds
nf iiluu und 1 |omul .of wliltoilnh,   -i'ii mil
split the llih, ��� lull cut directly tlmiiiKli tin.-
riiiily, liiivltiK-llii) slice*-Hip wiKiin thli'UiiwB ���
of tlm pike and whlti'llmi,'1   Hcrapa' from
, t-nuli pleco lliu niwil fi'Oiu tliu skin (leaving
the Ultrr Wliuie) ninl free llm incur frmn
liiinnH,   chop'tliii rni'iit; unu und inlx with,
it    i    sllcus   of .'��� houImiiI   'IrtiMrt,     onion',
([.-liuppi'il tliu-li 9 URgii  ninl milt nnd |nT)ii.-.r
''n��iii'|r ll" Vltlni' wllh this .fnrconieiiiv.to.
(Kiictlv^.tliK iiilKlnnl ��j��ii nnd ��hi��pi', -Put
ttit- ft))i'J plws or rliln lulu a luiller nmt
Imlf rover llum "Willi wnUiri Ajia to tlieiij
n miiiiII uiilnii inliKiil, a imiill miiig, nf
it'ln.v ami inie nf iiin-Hlfty; peppor anil rail
to mMn ninl boll slnsvty for an hour. Hub
n tii��)|i)*|itiiiiiful nr liuitej- .naiaoih wlth.jimi.
offlniir; Kile Iniii n eiipfiil of iiillli. Winn
iheiltnh Is ilom-, I't'i' tlii* lulu tliw grav.y nnd
iii-lng to �� boll, ��tli-rlnif all tlm limn, Take
frimi the lire unit mix iiulckiy with a eouple
ul   wi'li-litaliu vkm<
Hav* ynu room fnr two moro trleil nml
A. Qood ytrxy to Cook Boof'a Ilvor
,-..,v .i..,.;, , :.  '   ;��� .'-���. ������'������'"i- y,.t
lo, fli'uit iliiiishliilli', Into till* illcii the
iiilxturo In liiruu #noonfiil��, .When tin**
sin done en mm ��Mt>, turn and brown upon
tho ntiidr.
You dlimilil liuvii at linnit !t< cupful* of iio-
uiln bull* cut with n kuiikii fro n piiiliolieil
liotntne*. The water In wlil"h Huy are
liiirbiilliil *l|iiu|i| bu united, rut ihi-e Into a
rnnnr-rote with u lnr��ij pine* nr Itntttr. ii
tlilnccil nnlon .mil r> trilfTt* tnmnln, pi-il<��
unit dllci'il. iimwn In the nvuti, Wlii-n lh��
llvt-r Willi mv iVi'.M'., liut lli<-in Int-i iI.m
f-amcrnlti wllli i)��- fit in ulilrn tint liver wim
cook-til. Hub nmniiih IH uiOMnoonfiilii i.f
fi'i'T In ii llulc n-ilrr ��n.l *Mr Intn the enn-
UtiU of ll.i* ro��n-rol<i with 2 cuMuiii of hot
wntor; IJnitly, .add n quart of bulled uroen
pens nnd simmer nil ..togctlier for nlmui ten
minute*.   Serve.
This mny n-em rnthcr an olalmrate recipe,
but the, diih I* excellent when properly
cooked.
Stuffed Potatoes, Sptuitsh Stylo
TliU Is a nlco "loft-over," Rtlffea'inaslic-d
potatoes wllh dour tu bind It into a mft
pustc . Mold witli. your hands. Into rolls
resctntillnir modium-flstd wtiitoi'*, - rather
1 innir thnn round, 'Mnko n loin In tlio center of ench with thn .mlilillii tlnRor, larne
illiouKli  to liolil  a tableapnonlul of  nillnK.
Pilling: 'or Stuffed Potatoim
Any cold ment1 ynu elinncti la lmvo, chop-
pod line; a iiiird-loili'd okk nnd an ���onion���
nlno inlneod, and tlie onion browned���und n
mnnll red i pepper,
The Htmnhih mid ��� cliopiifil raMim nnd
nllvi'*, Imt I dp nul like iiitm,
Intuit tlie lllllnx aud diw thn I'ml* <>r
the bnll* no thut It will mil nnr.e mil. lloll
, In i-M-K nml cracker erunilii mid fry In doep
��� fnt, Thoy Nliuuld look mm imtutniH roiuiii'il
In their Jiioket*. _ . , .,'
. Thev nro nice fur liliH'lii'nn or nn u
dinner entree,
YOUlt NHW DONTUltltJTOn
(New Vm-lt cttyl.
Whoso liitcrostlnir ooiiimiinlcatlon
would, ImVo appearea lonir iwro but,fur
the leiiKth of It. ll Is oviiiont tliat you
heloiiK to a class of hoimnwlvcs who do
not ki-uiIkc the time and pains requisite
lo tho preparation of novel dlshe*. Ve',
study-of the most olillwiitn of thouo rim
pi-esontH show that eoiii|iiir.u|vely IIUlo
tlmo Is spent In Kottlnir it up, provided
ono Ih systematic and ilovolalls minutes
In the work.
Different Fooi'Vallies'
Will ynu slve me the tiiym-i of inv.no bonk*
ilenllnB with food vnlnmf i'or liutinu-ii, if
I Own wnnt nuflt r.n- iliim-i- wlmt enn I
Mit/��tituKi for It that nil! Klve tlie rum"
i|i��rec or nonrl��liiintiii7
It. V. ll. 11.os AniteKiH, Ciih).
I do not now recall tlm tltln of any
uile booh which uxnclly covers tho
Htibjnct of food viiliios. Oan cnn
hardly ,plc,k. up a ne\yii|iapcr without
Kflttlng somo    llj;hl (or    what    tho
.,iU,v iMnV.c \" 11 wlit) ii'HIi rofiir.l
to substitutes for' nii!iil, thai mny
v,(|i��J, n. .1 tiifmi'Ul'i) Ilu. liji.i-illr.:it(.
consmnptloii of lloMli fniids which ills-
tliiKulshes Amcrlciuii liorti, Tlm Knu-
llsh stand ttuxt to us In tho Hue \V>
all not too much mnnt, and u majority of ua not enotiKli.vi'uetubU'H and
f nil tH.
fi.,,,,..?, imn n i-eenitiilreil vtilue ns
n iioiii-IhIiIiik and illiifsiililo luon,
Homo leumcd dletllliiini ��ei It next to
meat; others maintain that ckks out.
Tank It. AKfiln, pr-Mlsti-iit vegetarians contend Ihat mill should super-
m-ilc ments nf all kinds In humuii hum-
terirtri;-e,
PlftiiHlble theories, nlll and each has
Its rhnnipUiD The mnlihorn fact r��-
UY.iUi,'. thnt itisriy men iiiiil women ennnot
���IlKcst cheenf, ihut mum iliul nuts un-
wlioleiiriiiiie. Hven flsli |ialson.i the sys-
It-iu of ctrtuhi f'!k, k-nJIiij,' force to s
had jiiui I.think I havo quoted before
upon this page:
"What Is tlio EiiRiluhman'8 meat Is
the Krenchmati's poison (polsson),"
Common sense Is backed hy experience In deciding that each rational creature should determine, for himself and
for'herself what articles of food best
serve the main purpose of food, viz., to
sustain Nature and lo recoup her spent
foreou ��� in downright EfiBllsh, what
iiKreea with the rational creature's
stomach, and what docs not. This done,
let each make out a prudent dietary iind
turn to othor matters tlio enemies
wustcd upon theories of dietetic possibilities 'and Iniquities.
Nevertheless, wo shall be happy to
convoy to our California member tho
title of a, work upon "Comparative Food
Values." ,
Offers Magazines
,1 lmve wane tnfiuiiclno* I ilimilrt be more
than Kind to send m ".I, I>. II," from lime
lo tlmo. im lliey como to uu, 1, In turn,
con pa���� tlinia nlniiK,
I iiIhh Ineliwii n rcclpn I Imvn found
very Koodi
Co (fee Custard  Frappc
!! t-V,H��. '.' teiiH|iiiiinftiU of Iiiiui', 4 table-
���linnnrul* of imwdrrod siiKiir.
Pent well tojjetlier,
put n cupful nf 1-iiffri! nnd Ilu) ciunn (if
milk Into a ilnuM* linllei-, When, It m-nri
tlio tmlllnir I'lilut, pour II over .the Isinten
vuttf, llniir, lie,, nnd mix will, lletnrn
tu pm tinllti nnd cook until It In llko
thick erinii:,. l'our Into small, eunii or
iflnimf* lo cool. Hervo lee cold (villi whipped
i-ri-nm, Hliniild the coffee lliivor nut bu
bh-iitlnir, subntlliUi' n *.i-onil cun nf milk
for It.   I'i ii vor Willi nny nxiriua yen like.
Hiimetliiun I iifc rein' cupful* nr milk to
tills qiuilitltv, of i-KMN fl-mr, clc, etmklnif
It twice im lonar,
Mrs. V. II, W. (Uliii)nniiftck, N, ,1.1,
The nddresh of "J, D, 11," bus Kone lo
you by mull.   Thank, yon fnr your kindly Intention  toward lilm uinl for tho
recipe bestowed upon the Kxi'liiitinc,
Cuke Maiie of Rye tireatl
Crumbs
It Is with plciumrc Hint 1 coiitiitiiilc io
Hie Kxrhnnire u reclpu fur wlih-li ri-qiUHt
ivim Intely mudut
Hlx ri-.s", 1 cup of lircnitcriiinl'*, hnlf n
enUs or elinrolNlij. 1 eliiiful of blanched nl-
niniiitc. Imlf it slnsHftil nf whlskv, 1 tin-
��������� ��� "'"l i I'lniTi,.,!,,., 1 |i,Mii,n rind nml
Juli-c; ii |.lnc)i nf null, luiir ii tt'itni'iii'iiim
ofclnve* anil Ihu ml nir nf linking powder. i��
tnlilrsponnfiil of utiKur fnr enclii mm. H��iti
whites imn  ynlks  scpnritf'ty,
This iniikim a Inrse rnke nnd In iieticlinis.
In reply to query im tn n book nf ��nlfiiln,
I would sny tlmt Mrs. l.cmln- Iim mil mnn
(Minds nnd dessell*.     I  IhlnH  lhe  I'l'li e  m
rrnsriiuililc.
NKW     Y'dlK     HOrHKMnTHVU'   il'inrl
lllvcr,   V.   V,>.
A   new   contribuliir   v-ik>   li mis   off
well.
I  elinulil   lum-evcf. clii.H I'm "rake"
ns U pudding.   Poes It keep well' And
is tliere no fl'diir to hold the crumbs
toi;cihor?
iS/.v .Suggestions
May I nomc wltliln your chnrniod circle?
I hnve nomo kikk! Ideas to uliiiru wllh ful-
'low-insinlK-rs,
Sure Cure for Bunions
(lnthcr'the common pliintaln lonf. found
Iii mnny bnck yrtrds and iipon lawns, and
roll soil between the IiiiiiiIh, liinaVupiin' the
Imnlun nnd keep It thero nliiht and dny,
clianKlnK- tlio iniif three iline^ ft day, lit
fnlthful unit the liiinlon will koI
,    For Rheumatism
Mix loKothor tlm Juice uf one lemon, a
ti'dHpininfiil nl m-.iII nnd n plnl or luillliur
wnter,' l.nt ll i(rt ciinl and ililuk n KinMi-
rut every iiioinliiK liefoto brenkiiini,
Por a Sprain   '
fine ilium nil of woinnvnnd nnd it nlll of
iiliniini, Ivcp llm Iiijureil iniii wet wllh
It mill Hie lain abate* nnd lhe Inll.im-
uistlon Is nunc,
Por CoiiBtlpatlon
Htlr n tiimqinonfiil of bum into a ulnss
of Imt wnter. Lot ll in I conl nrtd drink
beforo breakfast overy inoiiiinn.
Meat 3?ie
When iniikhiK n meat i'h'. run the me.it
tlll'��'IJKh ll rllQIipiT! Hilisnll lllld tlllckill.
'I'lils Im nti it lliiiii ivln-ik ll In enolid nml
then picked in lilts,
Iu Xncrulinrjr, Hreatl
If you .would huve 11 Hue iimlned, tnke ll
up Iii your Intuitu nud ivin.nl It In thin wn,
InllK nnd llilid, lllllll ll III roilily for the
puns, not loii'inu It tmii'li the, bon id,
I Iiliii- a nk-e iiih"  fur �� icllsh-lo fact,
iievernl  of   Ihcin-Viuli'li   I   should   llku   to
wnd to you, if run wl.ili It, In pnrt jmy-
��� ment. for lhe many In I|.h I lmve hnd from
tlm 'KKrlintiR-u, 	
Mrs, M, A, N, Milltlin, Mich.),
I havo Htlll two of your recipes, for
which I ciiniiol make room today. Tbey
will appear later, All tlio mime, lfi us
havo tbo others, and be as concise a��
you'havo-been with those wn publish,
67.7,7 C'.i'l  Ci'nii'
1'lintc send me a icclpu for Moxlenn chill
cnn  i.'itiliP-tlln IWll tlllliK.      ., ,    .
Or.AHA i". iMnron. On.l,
Cut two pounds of round slcak Into
small nieces ,nf uniform aluo, Hnvo
ready in a fryliiK pan 2 ettpfula of
I . ,"!;:r. .,,' - ; ���'ii,ii,.iiiniiiifii1 nt bn��
ililppliiK ur hulter iiielteil anil lu-ntnd,
wlilb ri It'iispoiiiifiiiM of rlco that Uim
been washed and drained, Cover closely
and runic sliiiiillly until the meal Is
teider. Iliniovn the needs und half of
the ilnd from 'i lurae red is*ppers.
Take up the meut from the put anil
keep hot while yon neimori .the gravy
with salt, n Utile iiilmed thyme nlul the
JiiUc i,f .in niiiiii. H luru to the m"<>t
and slinmer vory Kerilly. MoanwliHe
cover  tbe  p>��|i|iers   with  btillliiK  water
ntiil conk for three minutes, Let them,
cool uo that you can bundle them. Then-,
squeeze hard through, conrsu notttiiir
buck Into the water, which should bo',
thick and red when you lmvo pulped the
peppers. Add a little browned llour n,nd
siiiinier fur live minutes before pouriiiu
over Up! hot in. at arm ��rnvy. HrlnK'to
a boll Ariniiy.e t-lie moat In a platter,
(mil pour the gravy   over It,
Thoro .no many different ways of pro-
parim,', what Is, to my notion, a much
overruled dish, .Thia Is an-good us any
iiini I havo scon or lasted,
���' ��� Coffee Dread
Will  the Ki,   I'uul,  Minn., ho'usomolhor*
try iny recipe for
Coiroc Cako?
It inny be called either bread or ctiko,
jet It is nelilie.- - exact.y, Umler any
nn me ll Is ilnllclnus.
Ileal to a, cream un oven cup of suuiir
with a r.eiiii'oiiH Ii.tI. eupi.il or lurd mid
Inittcr In eiuial inirts. Htlr In l well*
iieinen ii-ii; Oil -j i, fut,3 or milk Hint
bus been boiled and ninlftl nnd a enko
of Ciiinpii'Hm'd yeust ui.iiinlved In halt a
cupful or win-in wntci, Add f. cupful* of
iimr nil led tivli',. wim ii a, .mil iiunpuoii-
ful of suit. Hint nil Into u tmootli, soft
iliii'lili,  ,.1*1   rise   iivirnlitht.   mixing   this
'spnliye" liefme hedlliue, ,n tlie inol'lilliK
lien, ilium fur two minute*, dreamt
ili-'p Jdlly.enkn iiiih nr idepluie*; siiriMd
llm tuiltir evenly In tlifm nnd Id tbem
rise tint 11 \<ty HkIU. Then sprmd with
oielttii liutlnr nmt tiirow the surface with
it mlxtnie of :i inlilekpiionfiils of Hour
enn,mil with a hit or Imlli r tlm sl��u ot
on >tq;. I.tiitly. iprlnkli. with minai- ninl
i Iniiifipnii  nml  linkc  hi a���niodnriii(ily  hot
('VI II,
llnvn rn��li "coffee cuke" for lunohcrm
nml inn will he morn thnn dollulitcd.
Mrs. J, ii, ii ..MiaiJi,
U Is pniiil i-iio)ikIi to serve'as a,don
sen Hiu'i-oi dlnu. the fninily dinner, Mil
I Mhnll rei'iiiiuiieiid It in our menus fo'
ti weeti'K men Ik
Willi   lhe  ii'-ciiniimiiliiu-iit     of  clont
itifni'   hoi   hlin-U   i-iiffee.   It   iilinillil  sat
IHl.V    till-    IIIO-I     lilHlltlll'IIN    Jllllll,
Tn Onr German Members
''nn any of yoill' wise nml wIIUiik Hit
mun lo'ii.fMothrr* fli'itisfrnucn "I lull rn>
liinv lit inuUr "llifiillle lllrnliibi'MPt" ��m
"(Hiliiiiil'fHii Kltll'llt'li'll" nml n few nthi'
ileiiniin dlslies Hint nr�� m hntd in will.
mul to tuonoillli,' lilid  ��hli.il lii.Me i-u KOod
;        V;,       .,'     '   "   -   h   "     ''- ' ���     ��. i...   .,-,,, ���
ii  Inn.K  if liiln.tH,  will  write  In nny  en.i
villi nl bnokstiiie, .he miKilit to tie ln-lpii
Willi  A   IIkI   i 1 iiKik   tmnVs!1
A ItlllMIMt  l.l'ih ANni'.I.KH 01 HI. I Hull
tit ll.  Ill )     i,
dnr ���'ter nun hui'si'i'ioibers will i
spond promptly, kindly and antfttl
turlly,  us   is   lliclr  ciistnrn,
.liulttlnK rmni experltiue, the din)
Ihfv d<'��irllii�� will be le'" nii!i-m<)|sh
Ann-ihan paiiiH's timri the nanu-H arc
our ears.
U***si*ll ���������nm  ,.������,������.-. rt^wffywtw^^njfi frrfV  ;rt^rriT^vMli������1tfj&*^-7*^^  ^r-i-rrrt  THE NEWS, CUMBEBLAMD, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  I  iJpr^irnwMMaaay wnajaKwarouMarf  THE FURNITURE STORE  JUST ARRIVED  ���������A SHIPMENT OF���������  MORRIS CHAIRS and  SEAGRASS ROCKERS  A full line of Furniture and House  M. HIRAND,  FASHIONABLE   TAILOR  Ladius' & Gentmjmbn's  tailor made   suits  FKOM   ������20.00   TO ������35,00.  Cleaning  and Prhssing  DONK AT  Reasonable Pricks.  Phone 52  Cumberland 8.C.  ;:-^vi:VV''AY).. I  1  S. ISAKA. PROPRIETOR  PHONE 21  Furnishings to select from  A. MoKINNON McPhee Block, Cumberland  CAMPAIG  ECHOES  SOME REASONS  KOU  RK  CIPIIOCITY.  It will lodioii tho oust of living.  It will benefit the consumer.  Jt will give a larger market, far  ���������farm produce.  It will increase the . trade of  Canada.  ���������It will make tho. British Columbia iirih industry tho greatest  in tJie world.  It will tailedt the manufactur-  ������r thi'Oiigh the general impetus to  business and not jeopardize the  jnotectiou lie now enjoys.  Jt will give  employment .to  a  fT'eater number of  men-through',  .thn general   increase  of  business  (ind the esbibliblime'nt. of-new  in-  uliihtries.  It will inereaae rather, than decrease wagus through the greater  demand fori dio?-.  A VOTE FOR ROSS MEANS  A VOTE FOR RECIPROCITY.-  In 1879, said Sir Wilfred Laurier,   Conservatives   made    the  following permanent offer of reciprocity:  "Any or all of the following  articles that-is to say: auiinals of  all kinds, green fruits, hay, straw,  bran, seeds oi all kinds, veget���������  ables (including por<ito?.s aiid  o'her roots), plan's, trees, and  shrubs, coal and coke, salt, hops,  wheat, peas and beans, barley,  rye. oats. Indian com, buckwheat  and all other grain, flour of wheat  and flour of rye, Indian'meal and  oatmeal, aud flour of meal of auy  other grain, butter, cheese, fish  (salted or smoked),, lard, tallow,  meats (fresh, sailed or smoked),  and lumber may be imported into  Canada free of duty, or at a les*  rate of duty than is provided by  this Act, upon proclamation of  the Governor -iu- Council, which  mdy be issued whenever it app-  carsto his satisfaction Ihat similar articles from Canada may  be imported into the United  States free of dutv,"  ������ ���������  It would be well for bur' minor's  to remember before casting thuir  ballots, thut. the currying ot ree.i.  proeity, melius a rod need turin* on  et������a! entering the United States  market, thereby enabling uh to  HicceHsl'iily com pet..! wiih the  Amei'iciin und Australian jno-  ducts, This will iiiemi*i������ our output, and 1111 iuciviiHi'd output  means steadier work, nnd if nol  nn Increase, surely not a decrease  in wages, More miners will be  required to supply the increasing  demand inr our conl, More mi-  iiei'S means more money in circu-  hition. iimrii hnimtm, morn luinin(���������."���������,  for nny merchant?, a larger oity,  improvements in keeping with our  increased prosperity. In fact Re  fiiprocity means everything to  this cunl siippm'to'l community of  w.u'ix, mid does not menu that we  will be any Um loyal to tho good  obi flag "that for uthousand yours  liu-4 braved the biitMo .and the  breeze."  Suciamcuml Service will be  held iu Grace Methodist, Church  next Sunday evening.  Mr George Tarbell arrived on  Tuesday's I'oat horn Vancouver.  Valley Notes.  L1BKRALISM-LAURIK1!���������  ROSS.'  Isaac Grieve und family left by  Sunday s boat for Vancouver.  He has sold his ranch to Mr. P.  Janes, late of Calgary.  The Liberals havo opened cum  mittee looms in the Pechner Block  The contractors are busily engaged making the cement blocks  for Eric Duncan's ntw house.  When completed ic will be tho  tirst of its kind in the vullev.'  Several men .were- oveilooked  in Beading out "obnoxious weeds"  :iotices. The J. P., who busied  himself in ihis ret-pec , mi^ln  i.ave madj a few more none&l? Uul  lars in this lii.e.  .Now tuat die,lirst of September has cume, the pound of ilie 'Z'Z  is heard iu the bush.  A unique sight may be seen on  Byron Crawford's tarm, where  oii is are threshed and sacked and  the fctraw baled while yuii wail.  All eyes are strained looking  for tiie Prize List bl:   the  Comox  Snow.    We hope  they   will   arrive before the show is over.  Dr, Cronipton is stoauiiy winning his wav into the nearis anu.  homes of the'valley iuik. iio i*  also uuld in high esteem by the  Camp people, on account of hi������  superior skill,  J^**f*\m***wm^**i,aa**m^ *nt*am^tm*l*ttf*fi*^^  MAROCCHI BROS    1  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF  CUMBERLAND  BOTTLING WORKS  Ladies'and Gentlemen's Suits  Made, in Order  from Sao to S35    All V/ork First Class  Agents for Pilsener Brewing Company's BEER  Wholesale Dealers iu all Kinds of  Wines aud Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  Ladies Hospital  Auxiliary wiil  meet hi R.of P. Halt, on   J. linns  day evening at 7.iiO,  Robert Webster has resigned  his position as manager of the  Coniox Co-operative Society, and  will bo succeeded dy Mr. James  C. Mclver, of Amherst, Mova  Scotia. ''Bob'' will��������� leave for  Portland, Oregon, in the near  tuture, where,ho has secured a  position.  E. C. Eiudu has sold , his hie-  ycle business to Tommy Nakan-  ishi, but he wiil continue the  other branches of the business,  namely automobiles, gas engines  etc, in hia now premises, Duns  niiiir Avenue, ,  Mr. S. Warn, of Vancouver, is  in town.  ���������'���������������������������a'.r:.em*vr*  Mr and Mrs Geo Gibson and  family returned home Tuesday  night from Vancouver.  Leland Mounce is nt present on.  gaged with a survey party opera,  ting at Qiiiillciim.  Tho committee from the council that was appointed nt Wednesday night's meeting to intei.  view the property owners on  Diitismuir avenue re cement side  walks, is on its rounds, and is  meeting with grand success,  There will be a serein'   i.f conn;  n    Si.    George's     Presbyteria  church on Sunday  evening Sept.  Oth, lui-tr-rtd of tlm regular rcrvices,  0OMMUNI0ATION3, <���������  Editor Nkws:-��������� .   ���������"  The young bloods of the Conservative party who were ro anxious to make a disturbance at  the joint meeiiug of last week ate  beginning to feel just a little bit  ashamed of their attempt, and  the rather mean attempted ��������� explanation is ihat it was not: ihem  but the Socialists who'weie'the  guilty parties.  If it weic necessary it coif Id ���������' be  proved tha it was not the socialists, who, however loyal to their  po.iticltl beliefs and policy, remain gentlemen, especially at a  public meeting where ladies are  prtseut, ami can restrain "their  ieeiings and \oicc������ even if they  knew their side was getting j^tue  ,wors uof.i t, ...wii ichJ n -' n is_,cuM������_i L  ceiuiul) was no1, ior leciprooity  iu natural prociucis and cheaper  f������od is ail in lavui" of the consumers or workeis who ate 'the  gie.u majority.  The object iu aitending'a public meeting is loquieily hear COtti  sides and judge''. ;"'!"  Fair Pj.ay  LOST-A   meilal  shape of bicycle wheo  Kinder   plein-o return  ^ettil!g   in  ,  tet wiih  ,anietli\sf,  tu this oiHcH.  hewanI  ���������rood  imggy  old     A l)8o-  FOIi SALE-A  hoisc     Seven years  lately quiet     I'or narticuJars   ap-  ply to Captain Ii. J\   Vigors, Comox, B. 0.  NOTICE..  The drawing for the large  graphophone will take place at  Cameron's Itestuurant, L'uiirtemiv  on Wednesday, Aug. 2$. All  tickets must be paid for hofore  drawing takes place, 'otherw'M'  tickets will not, bo accepted,  Tickets on sale at Cameron's  Restaurant, Courtena'-.  |       Perfect Fit Guaranteed.  <V**A***W*^^  SELLING  OUT      '\  ������������������f...i.-^���������...ii.i. ���������,,^M^^-rr^..fJ..  BUGGIES and  AT     LOWEST     CASH  PRICES.  B.C. HARDWARE Co., Ltd,  T33 Jo&iison St., Viotoria.  J^lllllllllliillillUlllllllllllUlllllllllllillUlllHilililllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIilllllllhlllH^  p Oapitnl $6,200,000. K.oaervo $7,200,OCO  |   The Royal Bank of Canada;  PAYABLE   ALL f  s  NOTICK.  PETRIFIUD PETROLEUM  JS'o more heavy, leaky tins,'no  more motors sirauded'l'or lack'of  petrol ! The problem has been  solved at List, and tiie "solutipii1  is solidified .petrol.' liy a newly  discovered process tlie spirit'; is  reduced to a neal'block of jell)-  like substance which has all'-ii'the  properties of ordinary petrol,  wiih the additional advantages  of being light, compact, and  easily portable.  Another advantage of solidified  petrol is that it does away with  the carburetter as at present understood, aud no motorist would'  be sorry to be rid of this cosily,  delicate, and sometimes irritating  piece of mechanism, Roughly  speaking, all you lmve to do to  use so.idilled petrol in your par  is to keep it in a b"x with a hole  at each cud. The air passing  over the petiol vaporizes it���������and  that is all. The system is sim-  Mar to that of the old surface  carburetter,���������    Royal Magazine  Mr, T. K, IJaiiks arrived home  from Vancouver on  Sunday  Miss Viola White, of   Miuto,  who has been stud) iny in a business college tu Vancouver, arrived  home by Tuesday's boat.  Rev vS. J. Thompson, of Nanai  mo, and Rev. G. K. llartwell,  recently I'roniCheiitu, China, arrived on Tuesday night's boat,  Rev llartwell will give an address  on '���������China, and its progress,'1 iu  the Methodist church on Wedrtefl  day evening  'Mr, (J. Ard ley, of Comox, has  in his possession a barrel of lions1 ���������  boh! goo Is, sldppel wiih lii,-  freight from Victoria, which doi'j-  not belong to him. Ownei cai  have saiui-, by applying to tht  above ami paying expenses.  ���������~i~    o���������������������������--���������-  Ciimbei'liniil 6c Iliiimi Water  Works Co.,   I/d.  NOTICE.  Sprinkling will bw allowed  ��������� ���������Tilv two lil'o-lits n week', noiiu-h  TUESDAY aii.l'FIUDAY, from  7 tn il o'clock in. the evening.  Leaky taps must be n,tended U  at once  .,'   Any changes .or udilitiniis to ex  isting piping .must he saiicdon'eii  by the company,"'  My. order.-  Li \V'. Nunns. Sccretarv.  Ctimbei'hiud. IJ, f!., Aiig. 1st, 191*1.  DISSOLUTION^* OF    PART-  NKUSHir.  NOTICK i������������ Iiereby given, that  the partnerihip linn of Maxwell  ,& ILuiialwiis dissolved Jul;/ Blst.  11.1] I by iiiiitual ciiiiscut. Mini the  business will in future be carried  nn liy [I, Horual, All accounts  and debts ngainst and due thesai  linn are payable respectively, 1^  nud to It, llornitl, All noiuuints  due the above mentioned firm,  must he paid by Augustll]st, 10U  (Signed) A, Maxwell,  li. Horiial.  KOU SALH--0 room Iiouh-  with bathroom and pantry, also  furniture, Apply Murk Morgan,  Maryport Avenue.  ' FOR SALK���������'Colt, 4 years  old, thoroughly broken, used td  miros, ipiiet.  | DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN   ANY ��������� CUKUKNCY,  1 OVER   THE    WOKL'l;.  ������ SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVIX(SS ACCOUNTS <fe imeien  1   ul highest Current Hates nlinwi.d on licpopils of $1 ai-d upwai'its.  | CUMBERLAND, B. 0,,Binnch, Open Daily  | UNION WHARF, B.C.,   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays  I R.R.CULBERT}Mannjjer.  3    | COURTENAY,   H   C,    Biancli,    Cpon Daily.  1 VV. HOPF, Manager.  ^IIIIIIIUIHIHIIIIIIinilWim  Apply t0  MnHi-dl.  Simdwlck, 11 C.  Arthur Denton, who has beeu  The City Council did  not hold on u lwo Nvceks' to   Vancouver  ^')r"'"y|aud I.ady.smitli, ictnincd   home  Tuesday night.  on  its regular  session  evening, it being Labor D.ty  FOUSAL-rc���������Timm of hnrsew,  well mulched, good woi-kers,  Price reasouablM, Apply .Jeffries,  Fair View Kiitin, Comox,  Change ol' advertisements will  not be received at this olHcc later)  than t2 o'clock noon   on   Tue?. I  dnvs.  Ulholesale Dealer in M/IftES, blQUor^ & BEE!*  P. 0. BOX 488  PHONE 30;,..  ���������Wtbvt������UMtij|i)UKVU������bilJ'������ld:,  CUMBERLAND  !   Th,is is the first spring in the history of Comox  District that the local demand for eggs has been  cqualto the supplv, Nothing pays better than  pbultrv, if they are rightly, managed,' Begin  with the little'fellows nud' fted them OHICK  FOOD,, which is a'mixture of bone meal, wheat,  oats, corn and o'her grain, cut. and blended in  the right proportion, to make them thrive and ..'���������  grow, ���������'.For'sale by,  A. B. CRAWFORD,    -   -Courtenay, B,  DKALKIMN FLOUR AND FKKl),  ffltSlllIBSfAS^iiMMR  iJiifTll',wltroia''lt:-'w'W pwawcwwiiww^ifiCTr w������--Tiw������������Mrr *fc.   ,     \  t_SKi-������ BxtfVmmf^*a*ma.-iu������ JSwwu;JxjMiu,������aw<wi* wImttvaik tl.i������ii.t.xiuft.wktt:������il EiJJv, ���������     Jj  SECOND-HAND AUTOS FOR SALE  1 ^'  #*nwi������nii������w<i*wwiiMiwi>ii'<iiimin  One 4-cylliuler IUJICK,  complete with top, glass  front,     speedometer,'  electric   side nud   tail  lamps,   and   acetylene  One car same as above,  .with head, side nud tail  lnmps, genera  tor, etc. Price  $750  i*  FOR SALE���������ao-foot launch,  Fairbanks & Morse 5 horsepower, double-cylinder en-  giuc; floatingboatliousc, etc  Apply Ms office.  Oue a-cyliuder Huick, 20  ,2ohp.. genera tor lamps  top wind-shield," AMf a  etc, only .... ,.������j)i������5v  One Ford car. 3-sealer,  .complete aud in good  order, with fine a/aa  tires, only.... JpOU'U  One air-cooled Franklin,  complete with windshield, head, side nud  tuil lamps, generator,  eic. Tin's is a 4-cyiin.  der is lip. c*ry ^.a:'  only.  y/uv  One Rover 6 hp. 3-passenger car, battery and  magneto ignition, tires  in fine order, car iu  ������pl,���������,li;1.,!,,���������,. $400  only  THOS. PL! MLEY,  OrriCK AND STORK 730 YATES ST..        Y/lr���������rncMA      ������ f  GAKAOC, 727 JOHNSON ST.. VI^IUhlA,    fa.L*  '���������If you get i' nt Plimley's it's au. kioiit."  P 8 ���������Wa Do Itnpnlrivic     !  , _mntmmm-iTi,wvi*m WBTmaaHamiMraBu Air^f w���������1rw,MH>innr't������M  . f jmwwii iinrirrT Trmmm-mrTtrTf-r" Vrrrrni lrnr~nTimir-rif  uv

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