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 ?*  ' //  >"T ' " r,  t:0  ,-.-. ,-���������***-. " *V .,.������,  E  .ma  The News,'Nineteenth Year,  A Journal Devoted Egpooliaiiy, & ths Intereat* of Comox Dlatrlet.  \flkioM.Y0 ^v  il"  TQ PI A,  . QUMBEHXA'Nl'J.���������qi[i!MlB$PAY; SEPT.  26th, :9u  mm.*f.li:-imlm.lJ  SUBSCRH'TION Si.OO A YWAX  The Stopc  of Quality  The Store  Of Quality  THE BIG STORLE  ata*-*J^amatmv/\lft*m(t*^*mmt  Is an opportunity  should miss.  no  We prefer the money to  the clothes, and we believe  that when you lake note of  the price inducement we  are offering you will prefer  1he clothes to the money.  The materials, the pat  terns, the workmanship aud  fit, are all that you could  ask. You can dress well,  1 iea 11 y"affdlTp-to-d ate,"m tli  clothing at cost price.  NOW IS YOUR TIME  i*t*fj^-m*aa\mfaaa*t**^tl^i*aa*r^^  .    ,1,    .'/.  ..-,.,   "a'---������������������Si"!*' ���������*���������;- *;;. y'..'." *���������' . "''--������-Z:'..  kt|M������MBJ^l'''  ������;  FM  V*M  ' Cuhi berland.  ���������"������������������'������������������������������������������������������������������������^^������������������^������������������^������������������^���������WWNWiw***'' ������ii t ��������� .*������.. # ^  THE CORNFR STORE  $$&���������': *m.&eiA-W.t*i  "1  It  ���������������w.hu������*.,M,MI���������t  toe  rpi  It  Look out  Annual  Summer  Sale  FOR  PAY-DAY, Attb  WiEK FOLLOWING  J. N. MCLEOD,  Donsmuir Ave,  Conibei-Ltnd  THE CANADlS*  QF COMMERCE  BANK  locals.  >>*���������.'*���������  Du not forget-G.reut llnrftfjiifs  jii Mori's Olofhing fur'two  weeks  .nt Tlie Jiig Stow.  1       ������  Men's Clothing'at Actual Cost  Price ut The l������i^ Store. A splon.  did olianco t������������ secure 11 u up to date  Ain't nt 11 law price.  ��������� "  '������������������      .j   Robert Webster left hint week,  fur .Portland, Oregon,  ������������������ ��������� .  a'.   ' ���������*������������������. ���������','  James Webtftoi' 111 rived home  from Vancouver on Tuesday Inn,  whero he hud' lmoir undergoing  treatment at tbe General Hospital,  for stomach  trouble,  WEDS  Mr, uud Mrs., W, Merrifield  arrived homo/from ; Nanaimo by  Sunday's bout, l;s_: ->������������������'���������':.',,  I'Yiduy's mail by & 8, Cowiuh.  an will arrive at 12 noon uud close  nt 12 15 j) 111, sharp. . . .  FOR SAL-E���������Iiomo, buggy nnd  harness, clioiin Apply L. A.  Mounce, C11 in norland, li. 0.  i  Mr. D, Hunden will hare  charge of hoApitnl and govern-  iiiont buildings Bower oonatruc-  tiou, winch will begin lmiuedj-  utoly.  II. J, Theobald,  of   Summer  land is in town.  No JJtfu talking but Bob and  Donald weep tlekjod to death on  Thursday night, .  ��������� *f ' '     ' M,  WMM^MIiWkMaVMiaMMWi^riMMVMNMMMa-B-tMia*  Charley Maya <<lt will never do  (0 let Ihtiea take tbe ballot boxon  buck to Pijiico Itujiort,*'  maamamwi ������ * m ipiiwaal  Holy Trinity Church Thanks-  giving services will bo held on  .Siimlay, October Ji������t. Everybody  Wt'Jt'OJ������|)(  Oiir'good friend, Mr Peter file.  Bride,* who for some' years bap  been maim (net taring tbe .staff of  life for, this community-in, Mar  occbi's llnkery,, and divers ifyi up  tlie fare of tbe citizens.of Cumber  land wiih fut raisins and abundant-  cui*)'finls iii their cake, made one  cake ri'Cvntly in .which the interst  ofbis patVpiie ,waB, not tho chief  ingredient.' ,'Thnr. cuke wns a gem.  It wan compounded with his ut���������  "most tiki 11 and spiced with the most,  wonderful combination of flavors  > 1 - ��������� ' t  his art could dictate,    lie covered  it with a>nowy armor of artistic  design nml bullet-proof thiekiuidH.  Then he had itnocretly conveyed to  the snug littlo home be bought recently froui bur lute  towiiBMiiui,  Orm Stevens, while all the world  wondered, . whnt a contlrniod old  biielteior could   wnnt with ������uch n  cony little home.     Ho had conic  buck from hia recent vh-.it to Scot-  hind   with such  hopeful light in  hia oyes that wo nil  ihoiiglit   wue  tho 11II11 ring vista of loug yenrs ol  Blngle   bletiBoclitcrts   before    him  which gavo the spring to his step  nnd iwoetiu'89 to hi* emlle.     But  ns soon im he hnd thnt enkn  unfnly  ���������towed awny he mnde a quiet visii  to Vniicouvcr where ho met  Mint-  Bnr^nra Sung, of Helensbiirg,Scot  i.utd, ������!ioii.ni v.uinui un 1, from tiie  Old Land ju������t for thnt meet ing.  They were quietly married and nn  quietly ulipfted up to Cmuberluiid  a week a ngo to cut that cake   in  the snug little home 011   Penrith  Avenue, where (he happy   couple  hnve tli** best wi������la-8 of tho  com  uiuiity for n long nnd hnppy life  among us,    Score one for Poter.  ISnshville, Tenn., Sept. 22.���������  Wheu Clmmp Clnrk, apeaker of  the Notional lloime of Keprefceu-  tutivo**, arrived today ���������*,to' bo the  giierft of the state fair/ hewususk.  ed if his suppobbd --llimiorojis remarks about.Hiineiirttioihif' a bun.  quet uome time, ngo hnd not aided  in the.Uofent ,;0t 'tho reciprocity  proposition by Cunndu yesterday.  Mr, Clark ( wrote tlio' following  statement.'" "My reinnlkfl nbout  uuexutioii did not dp half na much  to defent reciprocity in Cunnda'as  did President vTnit's : ejMJCcli',in  which he insisiej'ti'ii'������������������'hurrying 11}  ngroeing to reciprocity' ,in"'! thin  country before,G/ent-'lJi'I|,rtrn could  estublit.il her iiujieriul policy or. a  tariff with- preforeutiMl  rules for  the colonies. w116 und I wore  both quoted by the anti-reciprocity crowd ih CiuiuuVhomoi'ft than  I, but the chniicus uro ihut the  quotations from his speeches und  irtirt0 ilul uot have hnlf so much.to  do with defeat ing reciprocity its  did the corruption funds sent from  both this country nnd Great Urit  uiu into Ciiiuulii.  Some of  die hurt),  our  Liberal  bixtbren  Ottiiwu, Sept t-l.���������h is rumored here thut Geo. II,   Cowan,' ox  M. P., will bo requested to  ru-en-  t(������r the poHr.ionl urenn by Hon. it  L P-ovdcn, nml in lbc uyv.'tt ul  him doing so, n seat will be opened and ii portfolio prolwhly thnt  of minister of interior, will be  jMVon th������ former member for Vnti  couver.  AnjiuaJ Rally Day was observe  ed by Grace Methodist Sunday  School last Sunday., There wns  an attendance of over, a hundred  at the school,in the afternoon,  nud at the evening;service a lnrge  repre������eutatjon of the parents aud  friends gathered to join with the  children ".iu the special pro  gramme commemorative of tlie  hundredth anniversary of the  death of Robert Raikes. Mr, 'A.  B, Boy er delivered a pointed ad  [ilrcss-on "Why Robert v Raikes  started a Sunday School," aiid  Doctor Gillespie gave an interesting tqlk on wThe Man, ancljliis  \Vorki" incidentally referring to  some conditions prevailing today,  noi-a.tily Sabbath desecration and  pugilism, inwhich wc are a. huu  ^Ired years bphiiid tlie times. The  singing ,01* tlie little ones was p  particularly enjoyable feature of  ihe service.  Next dny the children gathered  again o\ (he clutwij for their an*  uunl banquet aiifl, a good time,  folio wee by a. lantern entertainment- in the v evening which  broufit a crowded liouwe and was  much appreciated.  8IR EDMUND WAUCtp, C.V.O., LLP., O.C.L., Pneciu^T  ALCXAWDER I^IRO, GenihaI Manager  CApJTAU - $10.00*^000 REST. -   $8,000,000  ' ofT}������e CattfcdiHh Bank jSt, 'fcc^HO^I^ceive deposits df& *nd  upwarda, *dn which )nt������rv*tt is *^^;%'5tl^������''t rates. There is no  ddaiy io' witl^rawi.-g the wfeMe *r *Ky^������fek^ the .(tapsit. Small  deposits Mm Syfcpmmt}.       ���������.., _                    .'>:���������',,-*'" A234"  Accounts may j$g opened in the names oi two or more;persons, to be  operated by ^.(ty)* &*~ the number or by the eurvivor. A,J������im'a*ccount  of this kind ^VM (ROipense in estublishing ^h'e ownership of t\\e. incficy  rifter death, an������Nj cstpocially useful when a man (lcyircs to pro'vide-for  his wife, or for others depending upon hinv in the event of his death,  CUMBERLAND BRANCH...:.. ,, W. T.  WHTTE,  Wtnnfta  ���������mi 1  TERRIBLE DISASTER  V " ��������� ���������   Toulon, Friince, ,S^pt. 25,���������Firu  bruko out early today in tlio hold  of tlio biittlet-hip Liborto, eonntcd  oilt) of the timost \'iiwnU in tho  French iiHvy, 1,'ho exjilosimi  \*,'hi^.h followed- wrecked the ship  'and''killed nearly half of her crew  of '708 . ofHec-ri-i nnd uieii. The  five wns discuvnrod at B 5 o'clock,  At'Jirst it dfd not appear to bu  s'urioiii<, but it gained a quick ad-  vantagt over the squad of sailors  who tried tc extinguish it, and  suddenly without warning it reach  cd tho maga/.inos, which hnd not  been flooded on account of the up.  parent ly trifling nature _ of Uio  blaze.  -n  .KOUND-A  bunch  of  keys.  Apply this ofllec.        ' .'  If Ross should win out, pome  here would drop dead with the  shock.  STIUIN DOUBT  Duncan Ro*-*is roporicJ by ii:**  Vietoria Times of tho *2Ctht i������, )������,���������.  leading by 1D2 v.iu ������������������ w j.j��������� ;'\'  |<ills 01: tl.c .Ski-ctiti lv l c hi'i"!  fromt and flu- Coloni.: d r]n* kh *.  dalo bafe.it that Mr. ClontDls i--;  leadingJiy 63.���������*Hotii elected.  Halifax, Sept. 2.1.--Mr. It. I.  Borden's majority in Halifax i������  now definitoly sot down as J U.S.  lion. A. K, Mcbonn, Libcrnl, U.-.-t  carried tho nt'cond seat. Mr. A.  II. Crosby, Mr, liorden's running  nmk������ wus al tho foot of tlie poll.  Ottawa,   Sent,    23 ������������1   will  stay with tho bpy������." Sir Wllfri.l  baiirief jjuvo hit decision as to -tho  future to ii few n������w<������rmperinen 111  the 'office which he will soon leave.  |������You'll crnno and see 1110 in thu  oilier ofllce 1 hopo.'' T/hu ������������������otln-i'  oilice" Is tho small room nt - Hit*  iwiulltwtiiit' corner of the mniii  bi'iildiim whifh belong* hy.liwliu  011 to the hiidcrof the oppositi'11.  Thoy are afraid they will wako  up nud find that it was only a  dream.  " "' M ' -  Harvest, Homo Anniversary will  bo celebrated in the Methodist  church next Sunday. There will  Im* tho u������ual apppopriate wnd i**ta������'  ty" deconuivc diaplay, andjipeeiwl  music is being prepnrwI/Tby   tlrt  choir,  NEW FALL 0001>������  Our first Shipment of FAU* GOODS have arrived and are  now ������.&mic(J up, and include everything in Wearing Apparel for  Pal)   and   Winter.     You are cordially invited to come iu aud  c^.;u;ii'**. Value?, and Frices.    No trouble to look!  11 ' . "  ���������*We have a Good Assortment of���������  Misses and Children's Coats for School  Ladles Rainproof and Cloth coats  Blouses, Skirts, Sweaters, Dress Goods  Men's Clothing, Overcoats, Sweater* and tf at.-.  Gajnpbell Bfos.  L iTiii,i-.i.n. ���������  -  ffi -  rf H'Xh>.  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  1 i##i>###i>#cie0#eiej>tit^^ ##>#���������'  Tie  11 RoundUp |  A Romaice of Arizona  Novelised From Edmund  mtr'a Melodrama ,J������  J������  f By   JOHN   MURRAY   and J  MILLS MILLER.  L*t  ns*, br a. w.  ham Co.  _ilai:i-i*V  (Continue:!.)  JO  The ruddy raced BberlfT blushed to  the roots of his auburn luiir.  "Much obliged, but 1 nln't liscod up  fer n weddin'," and Ih* looked down  ������t his travel stained broodies, tucked  In riding boots white with alkali dust,  ���������nd felt of his buttonless waistcoat  nnd gingham shirt open al the throat,  with tlio bandanna handkerchief  around-his nook In lieu of both'collar.  and tie.  Polly unsure*! lilm that he would do  ���������very well as ho was; that for her part  ���������he "wouldn't want.no bettor dressed  man than Uim" to be present at her  own wedding, not even "the feller I nm  froin' to hitch up to." whereat Slim  Hoover was greatly set ut ease,  Polly  was  bounding up  the  piazza  ���������tops to'tell. Echo of the accession to  b������r party  when  Hoover held  nn hl*������  Hand.   -A   terrifying   suggestion   hud  flashed through his mind.  "Hold on n niinute!" he exclaimed,  and, turning to Allen, he asked anxiously, "Does tliis here guest of honor  Juave to kiss the .brideV"  The question was so foreign to tho  serious topic whicli had just been under discussion tliat 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 lie said lo tlie sheriff:  "Of course: every guest has to do It."  Then, turning io tlie cowboys, he  asked. "Is there any one hero as holds  out strong objection to kissin' my  daughter?"  "Not. ine." laughed Sagebrush. "I'm  here to go tlie limit."  "I'm nn experienced kisser. I am,"  said Parenthesis. "I don't lose no  chance nt practice." v  "I'll take two! please," simpered  Fresno.  Show Low  interrupted  the  general  _f(ally_w!ilah_fq.llowed_tUJs_.rjm)ar_k,_M  Ins, "1 strings  my chips along with  ' Fresno,'.'  "Slim's afraid of .females!" drawled  Tolly provokingly.  "Oh, thunder!" exclaimed Slim to  Polly. "No. I ain't, nothin' of the sort.  I'm a peaceful man. 1 am. I never  likes to start no trouble."  "Get out! What's one kiss?" laughed  Allen.  "Tve.Bcen a big jack pot of trouble  opened by cliippln" Iii just one kiss."  wisely remarked the sheriff.  Sagebrush at this point announced  decisively, "The bride bas got to be  kissed."  Slim tried lo break throntrh tbe  croup nnd enter tho house, thinking  that by making such a move he would  divert their attention and that In the  excitement of the wedding he could  nvold kl.-sing the bride, an ordeal  which to bim was more terrible than  facing lhe worst gun lighter In A ri-  ���������zona.  "1 doputl/.i* you to do the kissin' for  me," Slim snld to Parenthesis, who  Iind laid his hand on the sheriff'*-.  Bhouldor to detain him.  "No, p.lree," the cowboy replied: "not  me. Kvery 'man does his own kissin'  In this game," Slim halted as If undecided. Suddenly lie turned on Ms heel  ond stnrted for the corral, "I'll wall  out Ride," he shouted,  "No, you don'l!" cried his companion*. Slim turned to face a semlclrclo  of* drawn revolvers, lie looked from  one mini to another as If puzzled as to  what move to mnko next. Allen was  nnnoyed by the slierltT'i" actions, taking  It an an Insult Unit Hoover would not  Mun his daughter, although he Iind  Htarled to twit the sheriff In the beginning.  "Yon ain't goln' to Insult ine nn'  mine that way. No mnn sidesteps  1'lsnln' one of my kids." he mild an-  jrrlly.  Slim was plaintively apologetic, "l  eln't klHHJ'd a female since I wuh a  jearlln'."  "Time you Htarled." snapped I'olly.  .���������uksciioi," saw Allen, thoroughly  aroused.  "Well. If you put it that way I'll do  It." gasped Slim lu desperation.  The agreement' restored the boys to  their good nature  "You will bave to put blinders ou  ine, though, an' back ine up," cautioned  Hoover.  "We'll hog tie you an' sit on your  head," laughed Sagebrush as the  (���������nest*-* entered the house.  niAI-TKU VI.  FT Kit. fording Sweetwater river  several times to throw pursuit off the track Buck McKee and I'.ud I.une entered an  u'royo to rest lheir moulds and hold  ���������onnol! as to tbelr future movements.  During the.flight both had been silent.  McKee was busy revolving plans for  escape In his mlud, and Hnd, was  brooding over lhe tragic ending of the  lawless adventure Into which lio had  been led by his companion.  When Mclv. callously informed htm  that the agent had been killed, In the  imcomiiei' Uud was (oo liorrllled to  speak. A dry soli arose In his throat  nt the thought of his old friend lying  dead all alone in the station. His  ���������lirst Impulse was to turn back to Florence and surrender himself to the.  ���������shr-rlff. Had this entailed the punishment of himself alone he would  nave done so, but he still retained a  blind loyalty In Ills associate and prlu-  i-lpal In the crime. Murder, it seemed,  was to be expected when one took the  law In his own hands to right nir In.  lustlce. He didn't clearly understand  l, it wus his Ural experience wltb a  .Ming, lhe beartlessness of McKee  jotb uwod.and borritied bim. Evidently the half breed' was accustomed to  such actions. It appeared to bc.'eu-  ilrely justified in Ills code. So Bud  followed lu dull silence the masterful  man who bad involved him ln the fearful deed.  Wheu they dismounted, however,  his pent-up emotion burst forth.  "You said there would be no killing."  lie gasped, passing his hand wearily  across his forehead as if to wipe out  the memory of the crime.  "Well, what did the old fool pull Ills  gun fer?" grumbled McKee petulantly, as if Terrill were the aggressor iu  the encounter.  Bud threw himself wearily on the  ground.  "I'd give the rest of my life to undo  today's work," he groaued. spending  more to himself than to his companion. ..  " '  McKee beard him.   His auger began  to rise,    if Bud  weakened detection  /was  certain/    FiigiTr~lJa^i-rnto���������TeTTrs~  must be started without delay.    If tie  could strengthen "the. will of the boy  ".Snoot 11 you, want.tot"  ilther by promise)- of reward or fear  if punishment  tbo chances of dotec������  ,lon would lessen as the days passed.  "And thai, will be about twenty-  four hours If you don't keep quiet.  Why didn't he put up his bunds whim  I hollered'/ Ho starts to wrastle an' t  pull his gun, an' I had to null lilm,"  McKee shuddered iu spile of bin  bravado.  Pulling himself togetlK'r with un apparent olloi-i, he combined: "We'll  hold the money fur a spell, not spend-  a cent tiv It till this thing blows over,  Tliey'll never git us, Here; we'll divide II,"  "Keep it all, I never want lo touch  a penny of It," said Bud earnesily,  moving along the ground to placy a  greater distance between Iiliii aud Uiu  murderer.  "Thanks, But you don't git out uv  yer pun in the holdup that easy. Take  yer share or I'll blow It Into you,"  said McKee, pulling his ro vol air.  Bud, with an effort, arose and walked over to Buck. With clinched lists,  in agonized tones, lie cried: "*iiioot it  y.Hi  it ..i.i Ui'.    I   uLs). I'd iw \ it' .tffii   ,���������, ��������� . __���������,r  again overwhelmed him.  Buck gasped a( the shifting of the  full bin mo upon ids shoulders,  "Well, I'll be darned!" be muttered.  "You make me sick, kid." Ills .vole������1  rose in anger and disgust. "Why. to  hear you talk one would thluk" you  wuz the only one had right feel Ill's,  J'm goin' to, lake my share an' start  a decent life, I'm goiii' back to Texas  an' open a *v-i'oon. You take yur  hair, marry yer,gal an', settle down  right here. 'Uie Mai*'-Ten-Ill's dead.  Xolhln'-wlll bring him back, un' you  might'a's well git the good uy the nioa-  ey. it's Slim Hoover's, anyhow." If  .luck Pnyson can marry yer brother  Dick's gal on Dick's money���������fer there's  no hope uv stopplu' that now���������you cu'n  cut. Slim out with Polly on Sllni's sal-  ury. Aw, take the money!" And McKee pressed half of tho bills into Bud's  lax lingers.  The young man's hand closed upon  them mechanically. A vague thought  that he might some day make restitution conspired with McKee's Insidious  appeal t������ his-hatred and jealousy to  Induce him to retain the blood money,  arid he thrust it ��������� within, au Inside  pocket of Ids loose waistcoat.  -������������������iNow." said McKee, thoroughly uat-  Islled that he had involved Bud In the  crime too deeply for him to confess his  ������������������hare  in   It.  "we'll  shake  hand* an'  Kny 'Adois.'    Slim Hoover's probably  dii our track by this time, but I reck-  o-i  he'll  be some mixed  ln the trail  around the mesa an' give the job up  ns a bad one when he reaches the rlv-  fer. I'll show up on the Lazy K, where  the whole outfit will swear I've been  Iter two ui'.ys If Hoover picks on me as  ������ne  uv  tbe   men   he's  been  follerln-,  I'or're safe." Nobody 'd"put klllin' any-  t>od.v   en   to  you,   let  alone   yer   ole  !rlen' Terrill,    Why. you nln't a man  ret,��������� Bud, though I dou't say it to dis-  Mirrudge you,    You've made a start,  ��������� in'   some   duy   you   won't   think   no  nore'n   me  uv  klllin'   a   feller  what  .dan's in yer way.   I shouldn't be so  ,-urrlbly su'prised if ..lack Payson got  what's comin''to him some day.   But  (vhf.t: have you got there. Bud?" he Inquired-'as be saw the young man holding a letter he bad  withdrawn- from  ,;he pocket Into vtolch he had put the  ..sills* '" \ '.'.'���������,  "Letter I got In Florence yesterday  tvhon 1 was too full to read it," said  Bud. He opened it. "Why. it's from  Polly!" he exclaimed. ��������� "It's an Invite���������,  ny God. it's au invite to .lack and  Reno's wedding! It's tomorrow! The  scoundrel lias hurried the tiling up for  fear Dick will -rot back in time to stop  It! Buck McKee. I believe'.you're;  right! 1 could kill .lack Payson with  "TJnnTTnnirfyTt hairi~wou ld~a-rattier-or-  Sllu monster!''  At .this-.exhibition of hatred by his  .onipanlon a new-thought, flashed sud-  lenly through tlie Satanic mind of tho  in if breed; ', it involved an entire  ;hange of his plans, but the,devilish ..  luring of the conception was Irreslstl-  )le.,        "���������"'.' ���������    "  ."Sa,v1"- be broko In, with seeming Ir-  'clevance, "don't Pnyson ride a pacln'  ruire?"  "Yes," answered Bud.  "What of It?"  "Oh. nothin'." snid McKee. '"t Jes'  i'truck me as sorter funny���������Payson nn'  )iu*in'. don't you see"���������  Bud was mystified. Had Ids companion gone daft?  McKee. saw Instantly that It would  jo very easy to llx tlie charge of mur-  lerlng the station agent upon Payson.  The ranohriinri luul evidently left the  ttatlon a short tliiie before the murk-rand ��������� had gone straight south to  .he Sweetwater,   Unless If had become  ���������onfused  with  their own  trucks the  h'Till I would be-a plain one owing to  |l:ho fact that It was made by a pacing  }iorne. aud the pursuit would undoubt-  idly follow this.    ....  Payson rode lhe only pacing horse  tn the Sweetwater and Bar One out-  Its, and It. was certain to come to  light from Tenill's receipts that he  Had been with tho agent about tho  ���������line of the killing. The motive for  ,'lie robbery would be evident. Pay-  ton was In need of p.000 to pny off  :he mortgage ou hla ranch.  McKee said lo Bud: "I've changed  my mind. I think I'll see a little fun  lefore I break fer Texas, I'll go will'  *ou lo tlie weddin'." .  "Hut you have had no Invite." object ed Bud,  "Oli, I reckon they'll take, mo along  in yers!   I know loo much for Pay  ������ou to objeck to ine too strenuous."  (To be continued.)  Ready For All-Comoro. ,  Mr, Clement, Edwards, *d,l\, who  triumphantly (Survived a stormy scene  at a meeting at Tonypaiuly, ia the  Hhondda strike area, recently, war-  lionized ut the British Houm- ol Commons two days Inter. Krom lunen  till tea he "hold court" ou the terrace and spent tliu time in reeciiving  the congratulation!' of confrere** nini  giving demonstrations of the famou*-  "knee-dip" ��������� it wrestling -throw ���������- by  which Im caved an awkward situation.  Hu burled an intruder from the  platform, and when ,1 he police arriv-  e<|,.,iomo hoventy strong, he assured  til* III.   "II   In   ,i,.   ..*..���������,   Uf   fttli   UHtlf  you!   Vou dragged me Into this!   Vou j age' .this affair oursolv^."   When he  hiade ine your accomplice In a mor-I found himself outside  the ball  Mr.  ,!,,,.!������������������ j lidwarda fiiw that, in addition to the  M'eKee looked at lilm In ama*/,emeut. \ P������*������ce, the military hud  been called  T������,*,;   ,,.,, f   I,.,..,.,,.   ,.������,.,r..e.ei*   ������-.- I <**���������*'   A    lan"    W",i-   l',TUU'd    ,0r   llim  "tin, |/on tlmi! I' i-rml hi* t-uiitfrniiiiiiif.  ".'on  kl������M  the  bride  or  1   lake It  new lo him. lrallied as be had been  on Hie border, where men rarely mt*  fcrod wllh reinorse and still more finely displayed It.  ".Shucks! I killed hlui, You didn't',  have no hand lu It," answered Buck,  -Tlii*. hain't my llr.-^L kllllu' I guemt  liiieli McKee's pretty well known In  Hoiiie ������i'cii*jii*i, I look all lhe . luiiu-u.  I did the klllin'. You git half. Now,  brace up an' take yer medicino  -itialglit."  "Bui I didn't want to take the money for inywlf," replied Bud as If lo  xootlie bis conscience. "Oh. Buck,  why dldu't yon lit mc* aloneV" he con-  ,linicd as the thought of IiIh nutilIon  through ine crowo, mn in* reiunau tin*  proffered protection, and mingled with  the crowd,  A WhMlbarrow Tramp.  A Wandsworth jwoep nnd window-  cleaner hni cet off on a wheelbarrow  'tramp to'Brighton for the Inevlt-ihle  wager, Htwii; to arrive at Brighton  on ������ certatftf-dnte, nnd f������ to earn  hii living hy window-cleaning *n  rouU.          DOIT  DON'T BAIflS-BAKE-BAKE IN THE HARD  OLD FASHIONED WAY  It shortens your life, spoils your temper und j'uins your looks.  Try tlio new wny���������the MOON������Y wuy,  No spoiled baking.   No overheated kitchens. Lots of leisure in tho home.'  MOONEY'S   BISCUITS are so fresh, so crisp, so appetizing that  they are largely taking the place of home baking with thousands of Western  people.   Ask for  MOONEY'S PERFECTION  9kmm*m*mamaK*Maa*M*maaaa*m*tamammm-ammm*mmmit. m ���������������������������   i in iiti i  ii!..*������������������������������*������������������������������������****wt%ii wwum,,������������������������������������  SODA BISCUITS  in air. tight, dust proof and damp proofs packages  ���������or in sealed tins if you prefer them.  Made in the Big Sanitary Factory in Winnipeg,  CORONATION PICTURES.  rtoir   the Picture   Theatres Obtained  tbe Views.  Thousands of Canadians are viewing the coronation procession at the  electric' theatres and are "following  the King" at the Nickels. Does anyone imagine the trouble and expense  thnt it costs to produce these cinematograph, films. Here, is how -the  thing is done. The best places along  the route were eagerly sought after  by the various cinematograph companies, and the sites go naturally to  the highest bidder.  How are these films taken ond  shown on the screen so quickly. It  is largely a question of orcronidation.  Each company has a number of  onerators- placed in ���������various positions  along the route, and directly one has  exposed the film and taken that part  of the procession falling to his share  the film is.handed to a messenger  who is waiting, and away he goes as  rapidly as possible .back to the place |  *������wl-,fre~they-Hre-to-he-dpvftloped._.Her_e,  a batch oFmpri are waiting.  The mnthod of developinc is as follows. The film is first, placed on a]  roll at tlie head of a lone tank. It ia  then electrically unrolled and pas?*"-  down a narrow trouch containing tho  developer, and gradually, as the film  pas-sos along, you see the picture  apnoaring  At th? time it reach'***** the end of  the iank that part of the film is developed. It runs underneath into, a  bath of water, then comes back again  Ihronsh another trough of hypo,  which fixes and washes'it. acain. and  finally it passes through a weak sola.  [ tion of glycerine. Tt is then taken  into a room and very carefully unrolled; and artificially dried. Here it  is looked through, parts that are no*,  required being cut off and nny spots  or defection carefully touched up.  The titles are made by means of a  glass slide.' Tt, is then photographed,  on a piece of film by artificial light,  and when the desired number of  titles to each part of film hns been  reached the artificial light automatically goes out.  ��������� When these things are completed *������  positive has to be taken in the samo  way as an ordinary photograph. Thi*  !���������* done by placing an unexposed  film together with the negative and  printed by artificial light. The ray  of light is mado to fall directly on to  the picture like tho light that comes  from a magnifying-glass being held  lo the enn.  Both films unroll themselves together, receiving the light on each  individual picture. , The negativo  film rolls itself up while the positive  runs through the developing tank already d*-scribod,  A full-length film is 1,000 feet, and  contains no fewer than 10,000 pic-  turos. The whole developing proco**-*  (or a film of this length takes about  ono hour and three-quarters.  Peer and Playwright.  "Tho Gods ol the Mountain," Ilia  short play by hord Dunsany which  hiii* been produced at tlie Haymnrket  Theatre, London, is not tho fir.**! dramatic effort of .this young peer, who is  hotvl of thu great Inch family ot  Plunkott, He hiu several other play*  and books to his credit, and, indeed,  ha*) acquired considerable reputation  as a litterateur. As a soldier aud  and sportsman too ho has won distinction, and has proved himself a  genial host at Ihinsaiiy Castln, which  is near Tara, famous ih Irish aoim  and story. Among his lordship'*1 -dock  of stories is one concerning an old  Irish woman, who, failing to receive  from a large patent medicino firm a  Humph) of pills, lor winch bhe Iind  apnlioJ, weiil lu th<.- j^Nk'Hk--- to inquire why the letter (which she behoved to have been posted) had not  reached hor, She wiir served with tlm  customary form on which particular*  of her grievance must be stated, aud  after tlie words, "in-mit- oi "-^o*-  plaint," Hhe ingenuously wroto "bil-  tousnoHa,"  The One Who Wasn't Whipped.  It was in a large school, and ono  of the hoys hud committed nomo  grave infraction ol discipline, Tlie  toat-her announced that he would  thrash the whole class il home ono  did not tel! him who had committed  the offence, All wero silent, and h������  began    with    the    first    boy    and  A MODERN MMROD.  Sir   Henry  Seton-Karr   Hat  a  Long  Record as a Big Game Hunter.  yir Henry Seton-Karr has sailed on  a big game and business tour ia Rhodesia which will last until late in the  year.    He has been in the world' for  fifty-eight years, and has managed to  see a fair portion of its .surface and  not a little of owhat lies immediately  under it. The wandering taint, he will  tell-you, has always been strong  in  his Scottish blood.   His fatheT found  home   life  too   irksome  at  an   early  age,  and   entering   the   Indian  Civil  Service,  rose  to  be  commissioner  at  Baroda during  the  Mutiny   fighting  Sir Henry was an under-graduate ���������at,  Oxford   when  he   brought  down  hU'  first stag in Norway.  Since then  be  has shot an immense variety of big"  game irr many countries.  Sir Henry, it may be mentioned, ii  no lover of Zoos. To kill an animal  "clean" is riot reprehensible. But to  condemn-a grizzly to solitary confinement for life in a small cage is, he  TiWrar"e"I7T?h���������Wtrinrr^  and civilized cruelty. "The saddest  sight-of the kind that I know in London is to watch the grizzly, his claws  worn to the quick, restlessly pacing  behind ten feet of iron bars; or to see  the Golden Eagle, whose natural  home is space, sitting in a cage, a  lump of solitary misery. The eagh  should be killed and stuffed,, For the;  grizzly half an acre of well-fenced,  ground, piled with rocks and some  trees, might faintly'justify captivity,  but not a ten foot den."  Sir Henry once claimed that he had  discovered the Garden of Eden. He  was lion-hunting at the, time, anc) one  dny in the course of his'wanderings  stumbled upon a paleolithic instrument. After a careful examination of  it he came to the conclusion that, he  was standing in the veritable Garden  of Eden where Adam partook nf the  forbidden fruit, and he suggested that  it. was within the bounds of possibility  that in the collection of prehistoric  articles which he unearthed was the  very spade Adam used.  Sir Henry is probably the only man  in England who cnn claim to be able  to,write with three pens at once���������two  in his right and one in his left,      '  Hick's  Funniest  Experience.  Tho popular English actor, who  sailed for South Africa recently with  his equally popular wife, Miss Ella-  lino Terriss, was interviewed somo  time ago by a Welsh reporter, when  the following dialogue took place:  "Do you know," said tho actor, "I  can tell I'm in a Welsh thcatro by  tho rain coming through tho roof.  Sen the 'Leek'!" "How long have,  you been on tho stageP" "I have  annoyed the people 'for twenty-frnir  years." "And may T ask your ago,  because tho girls will be interested?"  "Yes; I am forty," "What ia yonr  funniest experioncef" "Being interviewed," "Anything else!'" "Yes;  I took my wife's part in 'The Dashing Littlo Duke' one afternoon, and  as Twas coming out to my cab to go  \ to tho Coliseum I was mado up n*  Scrooge. A coster stood on the kerb,  and ho Mild, 'Law lumme, hasn't ho  aged!' Another limo I drovo up to  the theatre in Dublin, and wag humming a tune when I got out. An  old Irishwoman, who had failed to  got in, heard inn, and said, 'Hogorra,  if that is how he sinus I um glad 1  didn't go in.' "  Plant Defies Mosquitoes.'  Sir George Bird wood is convinced  that certain sub-lropical basils keep  away mosquitoes, and has advance*!  vnrionn pnvils to ������bow that they do  so, Writing recently to state his -belief m lliu 'ioWei's ul tli-; .-luul, )a-  remarked tliat one of tho two facts of  present pertlnaneii iH "tho presence of  the plant, set upon, or planted into,  the lour-homod altar within thu lore*  court, or the front garden, of every  Hindu house. . . . where every  morning 'the mother of the house' is  to be seen performing pradiiks.hina, or  tin worship of the plant, by circumambulating it with the right hand  always next to it���������the whilo she over  and ovor again invokes the blessing  of Uie i/ord Vishnu on 'thu father of  the house' and mi 'the holy family' ol  their nun.--; and daughters ��������� that is,  prays lor less and less 'malaria' and  more and moro 'buotittrin.'"  Sailer* and HorteiHasi.  A homwahw- nailed to the mimt was '��������� thrashed every one in the class until  tn time* pmit thought by NHllnni not ��������� finallv he reaelif*d lhe Inst one.   rii������n  w.lr,������r rhe evil \ l\f_**)*>.  ^.������>��������� *1U I.*!1. '*,*"> .?]Y?  only ro b# n ai*i-\irity am  ������ne. but > specific agunmi omuy dau  t'UlB.  did this 1  won't tbrabii you,"   "AU  right, sir; I did it," waa the reply.  For the Children  A, Remarkable  Dog That  Really     Speaks     Words.  Kilkenny Castle.  ftlllH-nny nimie ta nrur of th* olfloit  Inhabited lioiiw*** In the world, many  of thu rutuuw uctnif much h" t"''y w***r*  800 jean ago,  ~ There-ha ve~bw������n "uiaov~so���������called!���������  Rpeakltig dogs���������that Is. Uoks who uav#  beeu trained io give u certain number  of barks to Indicate certain wnata���������  but this remarkable dog cau realty  spealt, although Its vocabulary l#  limited as yet to about ten words.  The wonderful gift tbat enubk-s thu  dog to articulate' waa'dlscovered quit*  accidentally by Ita owner. Herr Uei"  uiauu libers, a Herman royal game'  keeper, One day the dog was begging  at the table and his manter askeu uiui>  (In Gwninu, of counte*. "What 'will*.,  you bave?" Tue aog answered "ha'  ben" (bavei, and since .then has beet*  taught eight or nine other words. Hi#  name ts Uou, aud this word be can saf  very distinctly, also "rube" (quiet*  and "hunger" (huncuri, Tbat lit- can-  really arileiilaie lias been proved not  only by tbe fact tbat he does -j pea It  ibe words, but uisu by examination of  Helen Usui.  A 8mart Trick.  Kvery child iiUes io do tiickn. an*  tbe more uiystlfyitig tht* tn* ii die bet'  ter be likes io do IL I wi* fell you ������  good one lo show iu your .'.(ends,  Throw a ring or coin wto u bawlr*  rull ot water anu tell them you artr  going to recover the object with your  hand, but that you will om wet it u*  tbe least.  In order bo to do It will sutllce t������  'sprinkle tbe surface or tliu liquid wittt  souie powder wnicti has no nttnietioit  ror the wafer and will not adhere to>  it���������soiiiething ihut water will not wet,  I'b'wdervd lycopoiilnin. which you will  Uud in almost every drug store, is )unC  tbe thing,  Having thrown a hnlf handful ot  this preparation on tbe nurtace ut tb*  water, plunge yonr band in boldly, ru*  cover your prey arid show tbe spectators that your band Is lis dry us ever f%  was in your lire. The reason of this trf-  tbut llio lycopodliim bas formed a  veritable glove nround your bund nnd  ti tigers, for which tbe waiei mis noc  bud tbo leapt nihility, any more thnn  tor die feathers ur ducks a no other'  water birds, Yon know that tlien#  may dlvo Into the dw-p eror so ofn>u  butnro your eyes arid come up as ury  as heforo, tbanl's tu the peeuiiiir oil  si'Crctfd bv tbeir teatbers.--waKK"'a  lOxpei'iineiita.  The Dlfforenc*.  One of the protessors in a college  pf Wouturn ranndii was talking about  lhe difference between science and  poetry,  "There iiiiikI always be a gulf between the fanolci. of poetry nntl th*  altitude of the scientist. For instance,  the language of love is the language-  .f j-netrv As Rhakesix������are lias nald:  'The lunatic the lover and tin* poet-  sre of imagination all compact.' Tin* ..,  lover would not dare to address th* '  lady ol his choice In the terms ,ut  noionce. It is all very well to cull'a.  young woman the star of yoiir,.*,Hfc,  But what would happen if y������Su' ad-  Pressed lier im the electric-'bulb if  your existencer You5, may ,cidl tne iim-  (iicuts- .yuu -ipond with'herthe (.'olden  sgej but ll you rt'fcrriil to lier iif-  the-most aurift-rou'sJUnu'-'nee ol yoar  iife, s-iie would not lft>j*rcciatc it, Keep  to th������ poet-*--wluiu you wish to sue-  iced in t|eutimi;ti't,"  W, N. U��������� No. 867.  ,.i  vi  if  4  " II  ������,  M������t iiMOlAISWSw, trnli I  WM iwim������*������-!H.i������W -HV m>*>"**  _������**_**gi  ���������^^^^m /0  THE   NEWS.   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH .COLUMBIA.  Mm '���������-���������f+fim.'.fff.  %m  Mrs. M, 0. Maltiand. of Jasper.  Ont., tolls ln the following letter of  hor child's remaxkablo ouro by tho  Cuticura ltouiedlogt  *' Warn my boy yia* sbout three months  told lib lieml bioku out Willi a ruth which  ���������was very Itchy and iau a wutwy fluid. We  trim) every tlifiift wu could but he tot wome  ���������11 tho tlaio, till It ipi-Md to his arms, lens,  and 'then to hta entire body, tie not no  bnd that he came near dying, The rneli  would Itch so that he ���������would scratch till  tbe blood mn and s thin yellowish stuff  would be all over his pillow In the morn-  (nil. I had to put mitteni on bin hands to  prevent him toarlnft la*- iltln, Ho was el-  jtnodt a dkrluton aud his littlo hands wero  itliln lllto claws.  "He was br.d about elcht months when  -in tried Outkura: Humedlos, I had not  laid lilm down ln his cradle in the dcy-  timo for a long while. I washed him with  ���������Cuticura Soap and put on one application  ot Cuticura Ointment and he was to  ���������oothed (hat lie could sleep. You don't  know how glad I was ho felt better, It  took one box ot Cuticura Ointment and  pretty near one cake of Cuticura Soap to  ���������cure jum, I think our boy would * nave  died but for the Cuticura Remedies and I  POISONS THEIR HOBBY.  .shall always remain a firm friend of tlicm  ���������sui   virouble."  e was cured more than twenty yearn aeo  J there has been.;no return of the  (Signed) Mm, M. C. Maitlanh,  .������' '���������'���������-,   rff***mn.v:mti^^**\���������,Otit<,  :No more ewnvlneing proof ot the effl-  eacy and economy of the Cuticura Keni-  WK-.1 could he given. As in this instance.  a slni-le cake of Cuticura Soap and box of  Cuticura Ointment are often sufficient.  Sold throughout the world, Potter Drug  A Client,/Corp.. .'Sole Props., Boston,  V. S. A. Bend for free Cuticura Booklet  ,������*, skin and scalp diseases. '-  FOX & ROSS  ^Established 1887.  STOCK BROKERS  iWletwbars Standard Stock Exchange  MINI-NO STOCKS BOUGHT & SOLD  Correspondence  Invited  '43 SCOTT STREET, TORONTO  Curious Race   ' .   t.,    'Vilay  Forests  Is Expert  In Death.11  Away among the deep forests in the  heart of the Maky Peninsula there  dwells a singular people, whose cur-  ious habits ar..* only partially. under-'  stood.. An Italian explorer found them  so interesting that ho spent fifteen  years in studying their habits and  customs, and has some wonderful  stories to relate about the Sacai,  They live in a barbarous state,  spending, most of their time in gathering poisons from plants, which they  prepare according to secrets known  only to themselves, for protection  against their enemies and for bringing  down  their quarry in the chase.  But what proves most attractive to.  the natives is the groat variety of  poisonous plants. They speak about  the different poisons as familiarly and  as often as we speak about the weather, and the discovery of a new kind  or combination is hailed m an event  of  the greatest importance.  The reason for this ia because the  poison is used in killing game.and,  catching' lish, and for.the preservation  of their independence, tlie various  concoctions being mixed according to  the resisting power of the object for  which they are intended.  Thus, for instance, the hunter would  never think of wasting a strong poison  on a small animal he considered unworthy of such an honorable distinction. D%sides, ho must study to bring  down such game as he afterward uses  for food -yitj* poisons which will in  no" way affect him.."u;-"*^.v~-*>'-r'---.\;----;* ,  Growing among" EnoVank grasses and  on the trunks of the trees, and mingling with creeping flowers, are so  many posionous plants that the traveler must be constantly, on the lookout to,avoid them. Some are so deadly that even the odor arising from  them is overpowering, causing serious  illness; others causo skin diseases and  painful swellings of the body if their  leaves "-''chance to, touch ever so lightly  the hands or other exposed parts.  In spite of his extraordinary passion for concocting poisons, the Sacai  is1'a thorough gentleman in the chase  and ������ worthy foeman to meet. He ia a  big-hearted fellow, having none o( the  barbarous methods of other inhabitants of the Malay Peninsula, who-Se  greatest, pleasure is to torture a fallen  foe. When he poisons an arrow his  object is to cause death as quickly  -and as painlessly as possible.  Ho seems to be particularly happy  ir*. his domestic affairs. Husband and  wife lire happily together, and quarreling or ill-treatment is practically  unknown among them. In. the event1  of a mother-in-law upsetting the peace  of the home by interfering with its  arrangements, the young couple adopt  ���������the,-w ise-plan-of-pull i ng-do wn_thei r,  hut and building a new one at a respectable distance from the cause of  disturbance.���������Chambers' Journal.  BACK TO CHARLES L  MAY AVOID  OPERATIONS  By taking Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound  The following letter from' Mrs.  Orville ltock will prove how unwiso  It is for women to submit to" the  dangers of a surgical operation when  it may bo avoided by taking Lydia  15. l-lnkham's Vegetable Compound.  She was four weeks In tlio hospital  and ennio homo aufforlnff worse  than boforo.  Hero is hor own statement.  Paw Paw, Mich.���������',; Two years ago  sullorcd very severely with a dis-  placement.'". P.ooiiUl  not be on my feet for  loop time. My  physician treated  me for seven months  without much relief  and at last sent me  to Ann Arbor for  an operation. I was  thero four weeks and  came home suffering  worse than before.  My mother advised  _ _. _ ... me. to try Lydia  E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,  and I did. Todayl am well and strong  and do all my own housework. I owe  my health to Lydia E. Pinkham's  Vegetable Compound and advise my  friends who are afflicted with any  female complaint to try "iti"���������Mrs.  Orvh.lk Rock, K. R. No. 6. Paw Paw,  Michigan.  If you are ill do not drag alonguntil  an operation is neoeasary, but at once  take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo  Compound.  For thirty years is has been the stan.  dard remedy for women's ills, and has  positively restored the health of thousands of women.. Why don't you try itt  Fliers  Jok'ely���������"I got a batch of aeroplane  jokes ready and sent them out last  week."." ��������� -,   " '  Boggs���������"What ��������� luck, did you have  with them?"  Jokely���������Oh, they all came flying  back."���������Lippiucott's. .'''  Capable Woman for Good Position,  'Teacher or Nurse prof erred.  VIAVI CO.,  Confederation    Life    Bldg.,  Toronto,  WOMEN   WANTED  To take orders in spare time.   Nt  .experience    necessary.       Our    linee  ���������especially used by mothers and girl?  Apply    Women's    Department,    22fe  Albert St.. Ottawa, Ont. ������������������������������������  REST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILI.  *M*s. Winslow's Soothing 8v������u������ bas beat  *s������U for over SIXTY YBARSby M1XUON8 of  iMOTHKKS for tlipir '".Hlt.PRKN W'U  ���������jTMKTHING, with PKRI-TC 8UCCBSS1 II  ���������S00TH8S tiie CHII.I), ROM WNS the GtittS,  /ALLAYS all PAIN CORWrt WINDCOUC. ami  <!* tlie best remedy for DIA.KKHCF.A, It Is ae  (Solutely h������rmle������*, Be sure and ssls for "Mrs  'Wliu'ow> Mnothlng Syrup," und take ao otkM  -kind.   Twenty-five cenU a bottle  >���������������������������' ���������  " '" '  /\BSOR)31NE  nilnUenodT BjvoUoo ill * sn o s,  Durbs. If lied TcikIovjl. Horenesi  v    \ anyIlrotso ot _Rt������l������l fy**.1*  {mmm_Utm\m.  ajtomp*  Wlollt  Curbs,  from a  Hpavln  t 1>ntM&  ���������.AllSOHlUNlU  RtnnvTtll. Htrftlns.  I   boos noUiU������tor. romovo ilio hair  .���������)ttniWM,JH.,)lnrac-*tforHmnkfnd. kur  lynnvTOs,TtrXs,"<fo\ tr or ilhonmatle, Dopes ������,  WlllteUfou moro If yon write, 11 Mid W per bouto  fl deslofs or dolWeiod. Mivmifaovurod, on[������ bt  W.������. VOONfl, P.D.r,, 157 lymsi������slliati��������� Monlrenl.Csr.  Vm NntlnwU linw suit Olii'inloiil 0o��������� Win  ami llmnlorniiii Urot. Od, LUL, VaniiouTtr.  "Isn't   this   tiixical*   roIhk   rather  slowly," nuked the impatient num.  "You're   looking   at   the    wronp.  place," replied tliu driver.   "Vou wnnt:  to quit olisni'vin-r the piiHsintr auimery  nntl kt'oii your eyo on tho fare roptis-  ter,"���������WiiHliiiiKtoii Star,  In flu* trofttnutnt, of Hiiminnr coin-  plalntH tlio mont tiltnntlvo romijt|yx flint  ear. lie iihimI Im Dr. il. 1). Kn Io������������'h Dystui*  tcry Cordial, It Ih a Rtanjlan[ prapara*  tion, ami many pooplo employ It In prof,  orcnen to otluu* pnipnriitlonH, It Ih a  lilichly iioneniitriitoil inodioliio and its  Rodnt vn and oiiratlvn aunlltloH aro bo*  yond nuoiitlon. It lias Imicii a popular  Jnodlclnn for mnny yoarH nnil tlioiitiaiid-i  can attest Its miporfnr onalltleH In ovor.  iiomiiiit dyHiintory and kindred iiompliiliit.H.  A������e may hriiiR wisdom, hut loaves  littlo time lo use it.  Primrose Day.  Primrose Day,/the anniversary ,of.  the death of ��������� Lord Beaconsfield, was  recently celebrated , in England, The-  statue of the statesmen was well-nigh  buried in primroses, and large numbers of people carried them throughout the day. Probabty Lord Beacons-  field would be much surprised if he  knew that, his memory was associated with the primros.0, or indeed with  any particular flower. The cult arose  in a rather curious way. Queen Victoria sent a wreath of primroses to the  funeral. On the accompanying card  and in her own handwriting were  the words "His favorite flower."  Queen Victoria was sufficiently Vic  torian to use italics with great liberality, as of course the accented pre--  noum referred to the Prince Consort  and not at all to Lord Beaconsfleld,  but the public jumped to the conclusion that the Queen' had special  knowledge of the dead statesman s  floral preferences, and so the primrose, became thd symbol of tho Beaconsfleld cult. And, after all, whnt  does it  matterP  A  Famous  Artist Who  Fasts,  j Perhaps the most remarkable fart  concerning Mr. John H. -F. Bacon,  A.U.A., who is to paint tho Westminster Abbey eoronatitfti picture, is  that when working he practicall*.  starves himself. Like tho' poet Shel-  ley, Mr. Bacon can live on a vory  spare diet, When he was painting his  famous picture, "Forgiven"~which  depiets au old man ill in bed speaking words of forgiveness to an erring  daughter, who, in the agony of her  confession, has fallon on her knees on  Iho floor boforo him���������ho used to take  ho little breakfast before starting  that, to quote.hia own words, "I always suffered acutely from hunger,  which acted on tho brain and so made  Uie work a B*"'-'it strain," Another  ot Mr, Bacon's successful pictures,  "Tho Young Widow," wus practically  painted on nothing moro substantial  than bread and butter und tea aud  au apple for lunch.  SCARCITY OF FEED  The: intense heat without rain has  made feed scarce, and it will be neces.  jyiiy-lJt_i���������u__"{LJ^ry_li^^  fodder available. Straw, cornstalks  and even' coarse hay are not easily  assimilated, which means considerable waste of feed and impaired thrift  of the" animal. , The addition of a  small quantity of Herbageum will enable the-aninial.to thoroughly assimilate even the coarse foods, and whey  becomes a valuable feed for calves  and pigs when seasoned with Herbageum. Whey contains considerable  nourishment, but of itself is not easily  .digested.  :n  Fasting might not be so bad, but we  would hate to be starved to death on  lettuce sandwiches.  Historic Letter Rectntly Sold In London for a Big Sum.  A letter,,of Edmund Waller, the j  celebrated English poet, dated Paris,  May 6, 164S, addressed to John !  Kvelyn, the dinriM. and referring to  Waller's banishment for participation in a plot to restore Charles I. to  the t'-rone, brought $470 at Sotheby's  in London a few days ago, It is a  full-pago folio letter. In it Waller  says*.  "Yours of the 20rh of April, together with your t-rother'3. T received, assuring you that nothing c.ou:d  have made me wait so longe, but the  want of occasion to serve you; so  that, contenting myself to hearo  weekly of you, in your's to Sir  Richard, and to commend mysalf to  your memory and the continuance of  your favor, in \m (which I hope he  has not faylod. to do), I hove spared  to jxi-ve you a worldly trouble ��������� * *  This enclosed I have sent concealed,  becauso you, as well as he, should  see the roitMins why you were not *o  fully ,-sntisfyed, in what he desireth.  at first,, as now you are like to ���������������������*,  "For your poore servant (since'you  do friendly invite me to troubio you)  if you can soo anything to any'of  yonr noble kinsnien or friends, in  Parliament, to give mo leave to r***-  turne, to gather up the pedes of mv  wracf fortiinf*, lis all  I desire."  Waller narrowly escaped having  his head chopped off by Charles I.'.-  enemies, Tho fact��������� that he was a  cousin of John Hampden and by  marriage a .'connection, ��������� of ���������.01iy������"  Cromwell probably saved his life.  In the conflict between King Charl-**  nnd the Commons, he was at first enlisted on the side of the latter.  In February. 1643, he was one -if  tho commissioners appointed to tr-*-*t  with the King at Oxford. Charles  received him graciously, and it w������-  during the poet's stay nt Oxford th.it  what .was known as "Waller's Plot  was'" conceived. On his return- to  London he became the channel  through, which the adherents- ,o<  Charles at Oxford communicated with  his friends-in London.  The edict of the plot was to secure  that city for the king,, to seize upon  the defences, the magazine, and tbo  tower, from which the Earl of Bath  was to be liberated and made the  general of Charles' forces. Tbe kin������  was to be informed of the hour ,(f  the rising nnd was to be, with a  force of 3,000 men, within fifteen  miles of London's walls.  One Roe, a clerk of Nathaniel  Tomkins, brother-in-law of Waller,  betrayed the conspirators. Tomkins  and Richard Chaloner, .a- wealthy  Hrien draner, were hanged in front  of their own doors. Waller was fined  %S50.000_anTd-banished-the---Tealmrr-i-l!.--  was not until Nov. 27; 1651, that the  House of Commons re.voked his,s,en-  tence of banishment, and ordered a  pardon to be prepared for. him. He  was elected to ���������Parliament in 1661,  and remained a member until his  death, Oct. 21, 1687. He became a'  great -faorvite at the courts of Charles  II. and Jameo II. -  No Man is Stronger  Thin His Stomach  A strong man is strong all over. No man can be  stron| who is suffering from weak stomach with its  consequent indigestion, or from some other disease  of the stomach and its associated organs, which impairs digestion and nutrition. For when the stomach  is weak or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition  contained in food, which is the,source of ail physical  strength. When a man "doesn't feel just right,"  when he doesn't sleep well, has an uncomfortable  feeling In the stomach after eating, is languid, nervous, irritable and despond*  ent, he is losing the nutrition needed to make strength,  Such a man ahould uaa  Dr. Pierce'a   Golden Medical  Dlacovery.  It cures dlaeaaaa ot tha atomaeh and other  oriana ot dlieatlon and nutrition.  It enriches the blood,  ���������    Invl&oratea tha liver, atrenithena the kldneya, nourlehea  tha nervea, and ao GIVES HEALTH SAID STREXUTH TO  THE WHOLE BODY.  You oan't afford to aoeept a jrcrtt nostrum as a substitute (or this nonalcoholic medicine op known cowrosmoN, not even though the urgent dealer  may thereby make a little bigger profit,   Ingredients printed on wrapper.  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  An  Idiot  Mrs. Jenkins���������I shall never forget  how idiotic you looked when you proposed to me, dear,  Mr. Jenkins (with emphasis���������I was  idiotic. -. .    .  A Standard Medicine.���������Parmelee's Voce-  table Pills,. compounded ' of entirely vcije-  table substances known to have a revivifying and salutary olfcct upon the digestive organs, have through years of uso  attained ho eminent a position that they  rank aa a standard medicine. The ailiiiB  should remember thia. Simplo in thoir  composition, they can -be assimilated by  tho weakest stomach, and are certain to  have a healthful and agreeable effect on  the sluggish digestive organs.,  8mall but Potent.���������Pnrmclee'fl Voiti*-  table PUIh are small, but they are effective in action, Thoir fine qualities na a,  corrector of stomnch troubles are known  to thousands nmt they are in demand  everywhere by those who know whnt a  safe nnd simplo remedy thoy arc. They  need no introduction to those acquainted  with thon*,- but. to those .who may not-  know thorn thoy are prefloiifixl ns Mm  best preparation on tho market for (Uh-  orders of tho stomach.  Hot. cinders and tlio like cnn quick-  lyly he removed by swoepinp. the eye  with a small goose feather dipped in  oil.  Domestic troubles usually date.from  the time a-man's wife began to buy  his-ties"for"him7���������v   ~~������������������'    ' ��������� ���������  A   Big Catch  Woman expects more for her money  than man. I,was in a five-and-ten-  cent store one day when a woman  came in and said to the clerk:  "Give me one of. those five-cent  mouse traps, and hurry up, pleuae, I  want to catch a.train."   ,  Don't sneer'at the man in a hole.  He may climb out and kick you in.  Arabian desert dweller's'shake hands  eight times when they meet.  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Distemper.  Clear   black    coffee  water  and  containing  nionia .will  clean  and  clothes. .  diluted ' with  a little ; am-  restore black  Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.  "T lost two fingers on tho Fourth,"  "Kh! How wns that?" "The bur-  tender insisted on doiiiK tho pouring.'  ���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  Baby Eczema  for Three Years  Throe  Doctors   and   Scores of Treatments Failed  If nn notresH it* n stur Hlfo expectn to  hn prnlMOfl to the skies.       "  Threatening a Prince.  Llko many other peoplo, Princo Arthur of Connaught ia of opinion that  sport is becoming too spectacular, and  tliat it would be'of great bonollt to  tlie country if sonic ol tho thousand*  who watch others piny would tako a  part in tho games themselvos. "It U  only," ho mild rooently, "by follow.  ittfl thorn as a recreation that wo can  hopo to maintain iho lino physique oi  tho British race, Unforuuiitely it is  tbo tendency ol tha, ago for men and  b*iys to watch other people play in-  Htflad of playing thomselvou. Whon I  Wis at, Kton 1 was tnld t.hnt, unless I  played football live timea a week I  should probably Ilnd standing easier  than Bitting."  Tho Dreadful Itching   Was   Stoppod  and tho Sores Healod by  DR, CHASE'S OINTMENT  Hern is an illuHtrulloii of the won-  ilerful control which Dp. Chases  Ointment has over torturing, Itching  eczema. Hy Un Hoothing inllueiice. It  HtopR tho itching, nnd it heals tho  sores ns if by magic. ���������    .  Mrs, Wm, Miller, St. Catharines,  Out., writes:���������"My 'laughter, Mnry,  when six months old contracted  oozonui, and for three years thn din-  (mho Imfflod nil treiitinent,   Hor wino  Will,   olio   oi   tilt!   XXill'nt   tllllt   llllil   fX'fl-  como under my notice, and she ai>-  piirentlv suffered what no pen could  ever describe. I had three different  doctors nltend hor, all to no pur-  whatever,    and    nil    kind*    ,)f  King of British Shipping.  A fleet of no fewer* than 231 steamers is controlled by Sir Owen Phillip'*.  He is chairman of a number of shipping companies, including the Elder-  Dempster  line,   and  the   manner   in  which of late years he haa engineered  shipping deals,  acquiring  not single  vessels,, but whole'fleets,-furnishes a  remarkable story of enterprise and energy. ������������������  A short timo ago, for instance,  he arranged the purchase of the i act-  fib  Steam  Navigation  Co.,  involving  a million and a half sterling, the fleet  comprising    lorty-four   liners,   while  auothor   purchase   was   the   Morocci  line,-a favorite tourist service,     bir  Owen is one of-tho famous trio of tall  brothers  who  sat  in  Parliament together.    Ho .stands   six   feet   seven  inches  in   his   stockings,   whiJo   his  brothers, Col. Ivor Phillips and Lord  St. Davis, formerly Mr. Wyniord Phillips, aro six feet lour inches and six  feet throe inches respectively.  Political Jeremiahs.  Tho following anecdote concerning  tho present Chancellor of the British  Exchequer appears in Dr. Farquhar-  son's Reminiscences,, , Mr. Lloyd-  George was spealrtng at a Liberal  meeting not a hundred miles trom  Kedhill, Surrey, of the unfulfilled prophecies and promises of a certain  statosman, iind quite accidentally he  Rtrotchod his; in right ovor tho hend  of Sir Jeremiah Column, one ol Hie  local pillars of Liberalism, who was  sitting eiosi! to him on the platform.  "We have had enough of thoso political Jeremiahs," ho cried out, Iho  audience rose to thu joke and laughed  and clapped vociferously. And. perhaps for tho lirst time m his 1 le, the  little Welshman stood completely non.  plusswl, for it was not until tli.!  mooting was over that hn found out  whoro tho humor had como lu.  House flies ore hatched in manure  and revel in filth. Scientists liave  discovered that they are largely responsible for the spread of Tuberculosis, Typhoid, Diphtheria, Dysentery, Infantile Diseases of the Bowels,  etc. Every.packet of Wilson's Fly  Pads will kill more flies than 300  sheets of sticky paper.  CURED HIS BLADDER TROUBLE  Mr.   Herbert   Bauer,   of  Davisville,  .says-he-owes-Gm-lMlls-a-debt-of-grati���������  tude which he can never repay.   He  suffered for years with Bladder Trouble, and could not pass Urine except  by much straining, which caused great  pain.   M. Bauer sent for a free sample  of Gin Pills.   The first dose did him  so much good  that he ordered    six ,  boxes and began to take them regular,  ly.    A month's treatment completely  cured him.  You cnn try Gin Pills before you  buy them. Writo National Drug and  Chemical Co. (Dept. N. U.), Toronto,  for free sample. At all druggista  50c, a box, 6 for $2.50.  Aftor all,  the screen is about the  greatest invention of the nge.  .Remove grnss stains With cream of  tartar and wnter of alcohol; the Intter  never stains the moat delicate color.  The orlftnal  Clin Pills made by  National Drugand  Chemical Co. of  Canada Limited,  Toronto, are gold  only in this box.  W. N, U., No. 857.  A Mlnem' Church.  Ono of the most remarkahlo place*  n.f worship In the world I* thn miners'  chapel in Myndd Menigdd Colliery,  8wan.*>on. where for more than fifty  years the workers havd enoh morning,  asijombled for worship. This sanctuary Is iiituated close to tho bottom ot  tho shaft. Tho only light is thot  obtained from a nolitary Davy safety  lamp hung over the pulpit from the  eeilins. and tho oldest minor in tha  ���������oJllcry is generally choton to olflci.  "The Simple Life Premier.**  So Sir Wilfrid Luuriur is known, for  ho is an early, riser, practically u teetotaller, and Is happier lunching on  a bun and a glass of milk than on  the most elaborate dainties, air Wilfrid Lauder's observation Is so acuto  as to be almost uncanny. He never  forRets a fact* or a voice To tho great  delight oi h page-Hoy,.bir VViiinU a-  ������..h'iiiBvd 1-im x* havlJ.,j VTV," :v  certain hotol when he last visited l/on-  don. Ho speaks French like a cultured Parisian. Indued, it was the first  language he learned, not having tackled his native tonguo till ho was near-  i)   tweuiy  >i'UfB u,*i.  Are Your Children Properly Fed?  LET us talk about the right feeding of children.  Of course, you want your children to grow  up strong and healthy; you want to equip them  for the battle of life with, rugged constitutions and  good red blood. Now, the first step is to see that  they arc properly fed. And these words "properlv  fed" mean much i,n the diet of children. For it isn t  quantity that counts, but quality.  There is no better food under Heaven for  growing children than plenty of lirst class bread  and butter. They thrive on it, grow strong and fat  and rugged. Their systems crave it because it is a  complete, well-balanced food.  But the bread must be Bood���������the very best, snd the belt li mnde  from ROYAL HOUSEHOLD FLOUR which contains the full  ���������nutriment of tht but Rtd F*ft tv/iral���������-for only wheat of thii  character contains enough of the right quality gluten to balance the  starch, Gluten makes bone and muscle, starch nukei/*f, It takes  the right combination of both to make prtptrly balanrtd bread,  Bread made from OGILVIE'S ROYAL HOUSEHOLD  FLOUR li richest in blood building, muicle building, health building  ilu tin.   Children like it better and thrive better on it.  With "Royal Household" you need never  have anything but the very best result! for it is always  the lame, absolutely uniform, year In and year out  and is just at good for Putry ss it Is for Bread.  h If parenti knew this im*  finrMftl rWfrtrtnr*  fv*'**'i**n  ROYAL HOUSEHOLD  FLOUR and other flour*  they would never we sny  but "ROYAL  HOUSEHOLD".  In nnd Out.  firnt Olllonr���������Yes, wo were marching over a nlank bridge when it gave  and the men Ml in.  you  way,  pnsii  balniH, lotioiiH und  soaps wore tried,  with no ���������ri'HtiltH. ���������  "FinnIly I decided to try nr.  Chase's Ointment nnd to my surprise  hIio  immediately  begun  lo  improve,  and was   completely   cured   of   that   liing-stiiiidliig disease.   That wan four,    Becond Oilicer-Aud what   did  vi'urn ago, when we livod ftt Cornwall, | Ai)i  Out., nnd ns not   n   symptom   mm'  fliown it-ielf ���������due.*., the euro muit be  permanent'. With n grateful heart I  give this tenlimony tn the great vulun  of Dr. Chase's Ointment."  In scores of wnyn Dr. Chnse's Ointment Ih useful In every home to allay skin irritation* nnd heal and cure  sori"*, wound** and "Wri. ^ eentw n  box,' at all dealers, or Kdiiiiinson,  Bates & Co., Limited, Toronto,  First OQlcer-Oh, I ordered them to  tall out!  A Woman and a Trunk.  Griggs���������Weren't you surprised thnt  the customs iiupoetor didn't Ilnd thoso  things you smuggled in? Ilriggs���������Oh,  no. My wile stowed them away. She  can pack things in * trunk wher* aha  Wft'l -ivoo Und them horsolL THE   NEWS,   CTTMMRLANT),   MHTlStt   COl^MBtA.  -.ViV'^.������i__-������-. l*ym-   ���������    S  t^.*,l>'^\'*^^>���������~*^fm*'-^l���������'^ "HZ  Ilie Oumtoland Hews   i  issued Every   Tuesday by the  Comox   Sk   Cumberland  Publishing   Company.  Tins papor will not hold itself  rtwponsiblo for-tho opinions of,oth-  'ir**-, as nitty appear in its columns  (t'oiu timo to timo.  i-B ' i at'w*���������������������������* ���������'���������*'������"������ am**  TUESDAY, Soptoutbor.20. l'JII,  ****rf*f*v������tr+ "���������**  ,1-Ot.tllig  in  LOST--A.   iiioikl  ulna po of bicycle ..whet'll, >ot with  ninetliyst.    Kinder  plenso vot urn  tn this ollleo,    Howard.  1*0 U S.VLK-A #>od  lntpjjy  }iorsc    Seven \enrs   oil     Absi-  Jtitoly ijuict     For piu'tioulay*-. .up*.-,  ply to ''Captain U. I',   Vigors, Co.  "iuo.\, B. (!.  ���������i.������ ���������,*\'..,.'.v.'.:������{svi)  SEALED TENDERS addi-owd to the  iin'l(-r*,ifjiied, und ���������������* o m\ "ToruV-i  forWhmf aUSi.rfIul.ot, 1UV' "i'i I������ re.  ceived nt thia <ftlo* until 4.00 P.M., on  TucH.'ay. Spptwnber 20 Mil fo** lh*' oo ���������  wt.notion of. a P la Whivf nt Serf Inlet,  Yrin'cess Royal IhImhI Coed Diatiiot, B.C.  PlHn*,>p������oifla4ii>n������ u d f nn of| cnii-  tr-iot pan h'i H'-en and f.������rnw < f >*>ii'V', oh-  t'uimil nt thin Dcy������ tinont, nml ������t tho oHl.  ors nf 0. A. li.wf.-r, K������t|., 1) -*tr!ot K*n?i ���������  o������r, Xew W.stmhiH o*-,H C , hihI on -.ppl".  oaticn toMin JWiii-vlui' at piiiici) Ruoc-rl  mel Viotorin.  1U.\,  I'or-ons ii*u������.l������ii ig sre noitiud that t'n*-  ���������th will ni t bo o iiHiiltirce wilf-iut w������������\f* (���������������  thp pi-i* t.-d forma Nnppliod,J -and r'n- cd  wi'h t'vir actii-d Riw'ft'unR, ��������� t/'-ttr.u t'l-'i  ��������� com-, a'ion** ami pl.ces * t������ cb '������ 0". In  thu us-oof ri-nih, thonumd Higii������iurc,--'lu'  nature of tb.*> occupition.- nnd pliio* **f  rcaideuus ol iach uimnbi r of thu liriu linihi  \r\'r*\rv bo 8ivu"���������  4>Ui iv-i-< j,_.t |, innVtrmiHt ba.;-.OJ tnpu iedby an  TilO    drawing    for    the      lanM'   uoo"i.tml chci'Ut-on i* chartiwllaiih, pay  i      i          . mi'  .i'i            i  H* lo o tbo oid r of  xhe   Hon ur.hlc thi  ifranhopbono will  tnko  place   at I*:. " .,   ...  ,       ���������,    ,   n't * M iiintui of I'ulilio W rk* equal <> t-ii per  Cameron'* lii.'Ptaniaiit, Courtptmy |c8Ht (l0 l0<) o( ,h- nmouui..( t.������aP,  on WVliuwdny, An^\ .11].      AU Moon will bejurt'ett d if '.h*' \mi������-������>i\ (vm-  tickets mint  be paid   for   before e.iu. d.ol.i.o t-e.te:-int.. ������o*e ).-,���������������, ������h.-.-  ,        , "      ��������� ' ,        . oall.d u|iuii->o i o ���������><������, or In   to uoui..nt  drawing   takos place,   otherwise. lhocoar,ofj  ifu.eittid_r.l_o otaccp-.  tickets will not be -Accepted, od the nhecjuo will ������.-o returnud.    :  Tickets on salo at 'Cameron's  -Restaurant, Courtoiiny.  ���������  "NOTICK.  .\(r. G. Ardloy, of Coniox, has  in his posspssion rt barrel ofboiisc  bold goals, shipped with" his  freight from Victoria, which docs  not belong to him. Ownei can  have sume, by applying to the  above and paying expenses.  (huiibetiaml 6c Union Water  Works Co,, Ltd,  NOTICE,  Sprinkling. . will   he   allowed  only two nights a  week,  nomely  TUESDAY ami FRIDAY,  from  -7-to-9-ci1clock-in-the-eveiiing,  Le.ftky taps must bo a,tended to  nl oi-ce.,  Any cl.iii.gP8 or additions to existing piping nnist bo sunctionod  .by "the company,  liy ordttr.  L. Vx\ Nunk.S. Secrctftry,  Ciimberland, B.C, Aug, lst, liJU,  Tne Dop:otunn. d ei net i< ad  i.siU: o  duo. -pt tb- ji.v������v.tor auy ten-l*--'.  By ordor,  It (J. DESKOCHEKS,  "     "  tan etiiiy,  Dijiiutiiuat of PuU;io WqiU-,  0.ta������s, At-Kutt '28 1911.  N*vWspnpwi*H will no'. I>e i>.i'-s tor thi.-. ai-  ver'.ininoul.if t-ioy in.-eri :t with ut uiuh.  o >t> fnin ! o Department,',  s  NOTICE.  All Porniiti*, for burning, arc  f'tiicellocl until further.notice,    .  J. W. Grikvk, Eire Wawleu,.-  Couvtenay, B.C., July 17, 1911,  plSSOIX'TIOiN    OF  NKUSHIP.  PART.  NOTICE is herehy given, Hint  the piirttUM'fchip tirni of Maxwell  >',. ll'ivnal was dissolved July Hist,  l'.������ll liy mutual consent, and tiie  i'n-'ir.i.'s.s. will in future ho carried  I*" hy li. Horual, All acconntf-  aud i.hjiils ������igaint>i and due tht*-said  linn mi'o |i(tynhle rospec'tivfly," by  tied to li, Horual. All account.-  ���������Ine the nbovo uientioi'fd iirm,  must be paid by August5)lst, 1011.  (Signed) A, Maxwell,  It. Ilni'lial.  Full SALE- 0 101..11 houso  willi bathroom and panivy, abo  furniture. Apply Mark Morgan,  Mar-,)ioi't Avenue,  FOR SAI.K--Coi.t, 4 years  old, thoroughly broken, used lo  (.111 "J, quiet.  Apply to il. Marshall,  S'ui.hviek, lh C,  I'H Mi SALIi- Tuun of li/������i'-eH,  -veil matehed, good workers,  i '1 ie" i*e;t.v,,ii*diln. A pply JeiTries,  1'itir \'ii'V. Fiimii, liOiiiox,  ������*,baui>eoi' ftdvertistMiicntH wiil  eoi h<- lend*cd at tbis oilice later  than ir, o'eloeU 110011   on   Tuciv  11KKS addr-Ht-ed   t > the  m ilMdiff. oi, 41 ,d einlor ed  ������������������ Tmu'ii-...-  for I'ublii: Building, 'Chilliwaok-, |VO.,'  will be reots oil at x,mi������ *-dlia*,uutil 4.U0 l'.  M, Wcdti.sJny* Sj-jieu-her 20. li)U, foi  tbe couairuodou ��������� i :\, Puklio iV-iilding  Cliil3iWucJ5, B t)."-  Plans, apeoiiioiitiois and f rro  of   c u  tract cau l������e suen and tormu of t nder  i������'���������  tuiueil at the oilice of Mr W'.n .Henderson  Kusidont An hi e��������� t.. Viukurin:' 11.0, at tin  "l'{Ptr0ttl3e~Umlliw3������kr"li:C"7~tt0d"i'.trti-i--.  Di-pfitun-ut;  I'ursnry* tendBiiog urts notified tli -.t tmi  item ������ill not be qnij.idert.fi uiileas mu.de o  tn������ piitited forma Hi-ppljud, nud nii>(ii>  Willi their uutuul ai^unturt-a ������Vitiug thiM  .icoiijia 'onn nml plai-urt ofre.-vlenco.- In li  ewe Of tiriiig, tlit* iictual t-igiiHture, tli������ im  tut v of tiie i-poupation, and place of re 1  (iuine if each in- mheu of tho tii in must- l/i  yivon  1'hoIi tOiii'er niu.t bo acoonij-i.jiifcrih)* ai  ������u,0OiiCi'd oh .4110 ou a ch-irtor t] \miui, \ a ���������  ahlii to tho o-iloH  of tho  il>niiii ith!o   >li  Miuiutor of I'uldio Worku, i*������j-.al lo un \i-  cent-(10^) of tio muoni), if  thu t n bi-  whioh will 10 furioitvit if th>< (juihu 1 tuiiilu  HU doulino tn ontur ii t������ a ciiiitrculi  ������liu-  Odllsd upou t������ di> an, or t*������il   to  u ni|) ot.  tin: work c.iini*. Otod for,    If tliu '.' Hile*' In.  nut aoct-.-t d ti 0 ulioqim Will bo r. tnrnul.  Tbo Dp ir-.*m������.,t itu������.a um bind it ull! u.  accept tlit) lout'i-t or any tuniltr,  Pv oidt-r,  h. c. ujwuooiimia  Si-uittiiy,  Dopaitniout ol I'ublio Work-',  Ottn-Mi, Aii-.uat HO,  1011  Ncwamin'i'ii wid not liopHid I r IIi'h hi!  vtiti������inoi.t if thi')' i hi. rt i'i, v,'iiliout.iiulioi  ity fn.ni iho l'('|iait'*i<int,  Knglish lirothers, 17 and 18,  Ui'si 1*1*1 omilliiuons onploynient on  farm. Hoard, lodging and small  remuneration. I\ (), Mux HoH,  Nanaimo, lh (J,  .AmW'-wmm,*m matmmmwrwmwmtmmamm, ******!* * HI  W mipn���������wi niiiali,! i  I  NOnt'K iHlioreby nivon that !J0 <la\ t-*  ufltT dn 0 I iiiiond xtt ii|i||ly 10 tnu Hon  Minii tur of I.iij'Ih f-r a liwiifli to (-riiHiiwl  fm U' nl and lo'ioloiiiii iinilrrllmfuliiiwiiij.'  (lii:'iiiin-il liiiult- Hifiintn in Sny oml \)n-  tri.t, ll (! *, - ('iiiiiiiiiti-tli K nt 11 -inn* |ilmit  oil at tho iinitliiiiiid tfii'in-r <>f T nibur Ii> .it*  Nn'17, on tie limit of I'mii-ilmH Ittver,  tlrri'c 1I111* h-ntli 77 HI i-iuii' 1-1 n.n 'Hit-111.1,  to tin* i(.intlii*H.e, onriuM* of hihI Ti'iiti* I  I. t o No 17 and (,1-enium lU*/ii* Imliiin  l-'i.-invi;, tlicniip .tin1 >*itii HO li-iiiH, llicnii-  ilii'i v-(-,st 811 ilnni', Uioiiuii 1I1111  li'itli 80  ���������ll'i'.K, tl.ttll*   illlll (lilt SOilulllH !l) |illlUWII'  ii- 111111 it'-unim',   ,  iMMIIA J.tNI*.  1'ltIKHI',  ll Prim*, Huofi',  MiniH tli'h '.'Hth il.iy of >\l ,n!li, Hill.  y-irmagg*?-^^  ���������H'-iti ;  SPATES  The TAILOR.  , CUiANlNXJ, PRHSSIMG  and RKl'AIRINC;.  ��������� nmmrm*ammLm*mm''Mm  CKALMIiTRNDKUS iiililn**iiod tnlln-  -^ mul ���������r-i'jj'ir.il, ,iiii| oiidn, nl ������������������'!'��������� ml< 1  for Wli*n and i*u A|i|n iu'Iuk hi I'i m  ltii|i.l't, I.f, will lui rioilvtid 11 til 't,Ull  l'.Al���������.m \irtiilu.. Si*i������*������*ml������ir '*���������&, li'll.f r  llm ii iintn (Jli.i'i of n VVIiiiii 11 hi i>vi,  A|<|>ro<-'.li-<H 111, 1'riii.iu Itii.iwf, Qiln-antiiio  Sliiii n, Um y I.1I11111, 1J.0.  P.suiH, h't'ciiioiiiiou and f nn of '"oii-  ti'.tit onn bu m'oii mul form-* of U-n-le o-<  t iindnl th 11 l<o,-ntiiio .t .ihl in t xi (ill;.    (loMoiO.A  KiolV'i-, Km|,  V .-.',������itt K n'\ -  ^.^,������.-.������������������-.. t.. , ,-t..������������-t mm.* 1  ()i,( y^ vV(i.tmi .stir, H.U., mul 111 iiiM'l  I out on t>������ tliu 1'iiK iiiiihumm ni. i'litiu. Il,i|nit  1    I'iihoih lo tli* in-,- u uimlillcd Um: trnd  8AYWA11D LAND DlSTItltri'.       j irt.'\villi..i, In. eiiiui-li-H-il uu e p inmlo nil  DiHfi'iot of Sny hu ril. ] .In* |ii'ii,li-ii in nil iiii|i|iIh'. ,  ������'������1  hik'i--"  TAKK ui.U'o tlnu tlooi'Ko Udoeator Hi- j w "' ''' ���������'',('1'"1 ''������''���������'���������">���������'���������������! "���������������������������������������"������ ll"'"������  uinuL.-ii, of V,,i(j.,iiv,r, H,o��������� iiKdiiiniti, ������������"������������UP������'I'"������ "" I1 ���������'<������������������' '"'"'*���������'  L,ndies' Work  a Specialty.  SAY WARD LAND DIST  KIT  |)i-.'i'ict of riiiy ward.  TAK1C NOJIUI5 ihu Willium  O.ih.lwi'll.of I aiinrk, Out, miniii:.'  mnn, inichil-* '.o npply for peiiui.**.  r*ioii to pnrchlife I! e following on-  ������������������ci hod liindf:��������� Cnimwenciim mi a  post plniili'd ul the nerttiwcHi lonior  of hot 'lill), (Jiirriiijjl'ou 11 uv, Sny-  >viird Diiinct. iheiH'u followiiiL'- lhe  ii'iflh Imuiulnry of o' -100 o.,Hlol\  fur 40 cliniiis. thenee north 20  elinins, tlimiei! we*.. IiiiIicfIio eliue  ihoiii-ii hiiiuIi.'. enili ly mil lednwiim  <le chole line in ihe point of eoni  ii'rvii'uiM'iil, i-oniiiinieg Icfk thnn SO  inn'.      Wii.i.iam Cai.hwk.i.i.,  ���������Ino.   .Multroi', iijAOUl  Da'ed Poll 2Sili, 11)11,  8AYVVA1U) LAN'I.) Ul.S'1 HIUT.  D.Htnol, nf S ywnrd.  TAKK NO ril'B tliat Ami' .ltm*lind  lloi'tj of Vi'iiei-uvor. ll.l'-. ������.������*iii npiir hr ' tt  i itoii'iHt.1 np|iiy I'lii'pi'iui'Hsinii to pi ru111*6  tlit* f llewi'i** doti-rih d 1u*ih:���������< .i.iiniii'i 0-  i,i|* 11 11 1 lu-t I'liuitoil nt the n> ntlii-HHt Kir-  mtr of In'fllll, on di������ inntli   lion.idiny of  l.t. ol7, tliono.i im tli 811 uhauut.   thenoo  cnu "fi eli-ii..H   tlunci  H'mth HI) olininH,  11io--o*{w���������������������������?������������������ 75 ul'iihm tn p-������nl of 0011 nim 00  iimiit, uiiii'.niiii' u 1100 hore������, lil'TO nr U'bH,  All'I'llint l(ll\\'L.\Nli I.kht,  U.ilioit Henry Uli(ntin.t  n^mir,  Dated Mare. 7tli, 1011,  ��������� ��������� -.a*  tS'itU. IC H liuitliy uiv-in (Iih Ml ii..)n  iifl.i diilt* I inteinl t ��������� *jiji!) ii. t i- I) .it  '.iinn-Lr of I.smlti 'or a li_-*n'i> tu pr mpui t  f:������r (*ii-������! nn l"in tr.ilii'iin iiii'h-r tlmfiiHuwinc  d t'liiii'd In 1 il������ Mtunte 111 Saw aid U'H-  tritt ..till In ini; ill-; ("nn'pb'U Ui ���������������������������** Indiim  it KMric! ���������' Miiiiieuo nj,' ita p ���������>!-itmi'i* 111  .ii.- Im Ic .-I <'nun,l������ 11 l',i>i'r hi 11 luMiiii tl(-  ������',rli   ivt i-.i.-vr - f laid  it K-tvoj  tlmcu  'I I.      " 'itll     "'    illli-il   lll'-.-l* ill*   lt-n-t,l ii.o  n .-Jti.w-ft i-uriii ri'l n.iiil   iJ'i.i-iit;   iliuice  il ,������  it I ll I eh;,].),, t ��������������������������� H fi        t lij II.  ������,... 11. ,1,  Uuiily .-ti, I mt'IiHi-. t-/lv ������iii iu h-h ih-iicIi  a .*i <'nri|li II llivir t.ipl������i������ ul u iiimcuci*  n.on������. K   I'lijf.sr,  l������ ������b������ Hiii'.Sih *Uv .f Mi oh, I'.ill.  " Needed in c-vtrrv h<iiif,c.   ������,.������������ ^,. -...,������,   Ilu; Universal  ?lict:^.m^aisher,  ���������'le.rjiciic   repit-M'iitaUvt  or  .it'1-.its wantctl (or the Univ( rsnl  J'..*.' ICxtiiiRnisher. An ���������*\ctlletit  In  .. A>Uv*ii;X   CO.iKAXV,  An Ad in the   Nkws  * V* ��������������� ,^' *������ ���������   *   * V ������������������ ^     I    t        I * *-\ ������  Vauwuvcr, U.C.|Pays'      ���������* rV  lt-  Inti ihIh tn up- ly fo* |n rini-niiiiii tn|4ii'uhaie  the Mio a iuj; dc-itri'ird luinl**: >(  I'liiiiiitici if at 11 pint pirn ted ut Uie  Koieliwoiit (Mi'iier nf lot fiiVJ* thonco north  Ml cliiin*-. th< in0 w#,t 7.") iIiiuiin, llieriec  h ufli Hil vliit'iiM, tl|i*ii(jii (uni 7r> eliiuiH, tn  [mint of I'u-tiiii 'inn nniiit, en, Iniiiini, llOD  iicren, nm 0 0  h'HH.  III.(Illlll, (.t.M l.-> I l.li    "lllll V.lll..,  llulii-i-l Mi* iv (', i- inn*, -,i������i-.i..  Diili'l Mil,uli'.Iih  I'.ill  'I'.WtV.'. J,'..-' .'..'.v.''   J'!-',.,,.,,!'*'i'  Diktiirl of Siiyu- rd.  !    TAKK NOTICK tU". I'l.liick WiPi.n,  I,k Iin Clnrli.   if Viii,. uv. r,   It (!.,  Uw  jrhrK, i Ifiidii In upp'y fur perm ������������i <n lo  |,ii*i'li ,m>  th,- 11 l'������ ��������� ir*,' do i'i I el   l.iiiN.*  ;(%ui"'li*lii(,'   nt   11 ������������������'������������������t pli.tilcd   jr.    Im  [.uUlliUl- t Q-ll'i-l- 1 fi'if ."."''J; '(,>���������' r.Mfm; Sf}  i*li������in������, iliciii-e ������ uli dl (iain*, iliH.cti  w.sl Wlcli.'d'M, tin- ce ninth It; chdino,  tlieiu'.! uud t'l cluiins, tli'iic nint'i M0  nil iin ti������ plnceof (���������oniiiif*u.-.-mi!i,t, roi.t>m  i u .'iili *i ri*. m-"*' *-r i*a .  t'ATnie*  \VlM.I\M l.V.M.Il '  i.mik.  If.r. r   '������*��������� ry t i,. ...i<-��������� im.-nt,  l)4ii*.| Muu'iUdl. UUI.  tlie c*������u of liriui, Hi no Uni i-ltfiiatiiH, tin*  inline of tlio 1 i!o,i| in 11 nnd pldoiof roHi-  ne uu 'fi-.iuli mon,ii rot tlm iirm imi I hu  l_IV.ll,  SAYWAUD L\Nl) DKIUIUT,  Di'-lriot of Sny wm d.  TAKK niiliec lliat ,wiilin-y llonsinnn, of  ''iiiHOimir, It <',,   11 crliiitiu*,   i'lteml' tn  K.,i!ii tend r iiili-t bun (!, inimi.ied by hu  a|1|)|y (���������r pnrurHKioii t .purehiisii llio fol-  iioeepleil in ei|in< m ll iili.i.ei'iil bi'iill, pa)"-  nilln to lie oriltir ol |, i������ Ihiuiiii.Ml.J,) tht-  Mi iticr 1 -f I'nh i.i \V l-;-', Oi|ii,d u'iiii|nr  , V.,I,  \.\l   I'.I ,J  -Iti       ..........   .'  ir!,-..'��������� 11 31 .i' ?inti.i nl it -In*  11  ���������I'I!  liiu'int?-li'iorH'i'd Iiiiui*-; -  ().-iiiii)iMiciii|( nt   a   pout, pin ful i������t  Hie  H'������ntliw(!Hl- iiorie r of lot lioli iliomw iniitli  ���������.-������������������',  1 ,*MJ U illlll',  ilHTl t...  mV  ,0,1   vi.ii.i*  .     i.i   Hi.,:.  "'"'        ifl'D) 'i h-hill.-l,   V-U-I.l'.' J.'^l  "''-> l')'!l 0   ,    i  ���������  din,,' .11.1 h: me li-riii .i.iumir ct ivlnv,   |)||(C|( t.. ,tmm,um u,iUi   (.im>iii���������iiig  Oil)  .uldlip u e> do 11, (ti* t il t>  is*ii],*lcli'' ������t������reA, n.or<-*r )>������*���������  tic ������(iii, 0 n nu* 01 tor.   If t etc derm | Sinsiiv 1Ii:am\i,\n,  Ilolicrl, Henry Cuiiimt, ji(.o I.  )> ted Mur.-li'.HU, mil  liul II lopltd  lui uieijliu will Im lelnilicd.  lliu I'rpl.r li.eill iluin lllll. 1 liH   1 m'-.i  iii*i('|.t 1 lie liiWi*i������t cr any lombr.  |ly or 11 r,  HA', DlNtorilKUS.  Sici. toy,  l������. purine <t nl Public U*. rl.H,  Xl\ hah, i*.������iKitrt -ii,, I'IH.  SAYWAitl) IAN!) DISTliJCT.  PUIrict 'if Snywii d.  TAKK imtico tlmt Niiuolle   .lof-epli cf  ViuicoiiVtr,   H. ('.,   S|in������ti*r,  iieendii tn  fpply f. I' \i' I'llll-e'l. 11 lo (llireliiisn   tho   fi.!-  SAYWAKD LAND DISTUiCT.  HiMlrlot of M.i,\������i.nl.  TAKK NOUcK IliiitSim elllciiHiiinii,  of Viiiien.vi r, II, ',, ni.oliiii-io, nueiidn to  npply Kirn nn himi o pienliiisn die lol,  lo*i h dei-o.iim i Iind !���������-( eiiinii nin-i; i'ta  |i Hi p 11 im nt tlio Hoiilli 'tut (ioriieri'1 lot  Willi tlieinoena Kill nh.lun, tlioi en m 11 dl  ���������lOoluiiiiH, llii'iim* wo't< 7r>uliiii' h (luorc or  in*������������*) tin nee 11 r li 0 0 iihiih, llionio went  Hil e|iiiin->, tMi 01 iiirili H5 vlmi >m (������ poi >t  of (I'lnniKMiO'iitiMit, umtHiniiii* lion no en,  moro or le h.      Savuci, IIkakm.in.  Kolwit lluiii-y (lues mil, ajent  Datml Mm oli Mil. l'JII.  I  Nivn-i",������������������".. '-ill ict I..* pel for Ibi  a.l- l"W'in������ (liwri'iid luml**;  (Dili ihe ir. if tln'j in i it it '.villi ������������������ t a-.tl������-  (ii ty Ir. m Uu I> |i r mnit.  II'*   v������>u   want   coon  ITvINTFXf-   no    TO    TH)-:  X 1-:WS. ]���������" 1 IJST-Ci.AvS,S WORK  t-i'iiiin lii'li^ ul. .-. i"4i.  i l;iu.c J  ���������t tl.c  S'liilliciiKtcuinoi of l"t .1l7i tlii-iii-e norlh  Wu-nMip, Pe C3 i-i*   W ehnii-"-, ttn-ni-i- j  Minlli SO i:|i.itii,  lhe.ee wcit  fi'l eltiii������������  I 1 tiie pihil uf  oomiit * tono.t,  u.int.in '  iiiii iJUl kikji mon; i>r '?*���������#.  Namtii-" -p'-wir  Hubert II* ley Chi-itn ll. fpoiit.  UkU-d Mmc.7tb, 1UU  SAY WARD LAND DISTRICT,  JJiHirici t>t ftiivwiini,  I'AKK t.(i*'C' iliat ri'iiietH (!r'iniiniii,  wifu of WW. Mroiiylun*., of Vnnoii. vur,  11,C, int'u la in apply fur periuiniiim to  pinelium* tlio followii u ilecorilu-ii I nd :���������  (Vimii\e-ntini������ "t a .im-l plimte-l 4(1 olminn  uu^l of ilie mm lie sL i-on.er ��������� f I it .ri(7i  tliei ce en 11-JO eJiilim, t'lciici ������<nitl, 40  ohiiiiH, tlieno't wnnt 120 iIiuih, tlieioo  noitli 40 t'huiii'i tn polie 1 f eon mai-o nieiii,  eoiitiiinitii. IHO io'Oh, 111010 or 1 n>.  FlIA.VOKM ItlldVeilAVI.  IIoIhiI, Henry Chi-*itiiut,njjeiit  lVite.l MmreiSlli, lflll.  Wood's Phoaphodinrj,  TU  Orrnt   Ka���������U*h   Ifrmr.tu.  Ht,'dra(cnihuviliu:o  ..nm,   liiikix    n,.\v  l������l.:>l in old Veln:j. <-'������-,-* AVrp-  11   ��������� nr,    uirill     t.rtfl ,fl*     l.rm/iTU.  -JJ f(������nw*mllnvlKarou������Uigv������li'':o  iiffviiiw n\���������ti)w,  inikni   n,..v  Om- ItthlWjf. JiUaM ikriI Itrttin Ifiori-i,'. /���������������*���������  ffOinit-n'tt, lv th nl Yr'fnknin, KmUmw*. S.nr.  Vlnti)l'l'llil-il,lliiiC fy.-rf-l iif .1'ill'Iii ill'   t-.rt'r,.  ,-..,  V'licDll iH-rl-'-'t. flxfurli (���������"OMltJplt.-ii'i'.r.r.  will mire. 80M by ttll <!ruia'l������U or iiiallut In  plain vUir. on nitipt of in-U-ii. AV<������ j������nir 'Ud  nut '/dl /krs  Tho Wood Modlclno Co.  M  i  i  Hi  i' '-i  a*i4(iiKi/rc,       a ra\m vT<  \fortfnrly \Vi*,'m\ THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   MITTSIT   COLUMBIA  .m-t  A  rs  /  I'u.-.si Your expexes L'-ht  Makea Your EISCUfTS L^M  Makoa Your CAKES LiCht  Maltei Your E'JK3 Light  I.-.!mb Ywr LA303 L:cht  CKDC2 FROM YOUR  CKOCER.  '^���������V.-.HY*:  The purest and b st DKISR,  and  made in Cumberland.  ���������soiHk  COS>YB(������H  AP.1C.S9  <s-Jg1  The UNION BREWING Co.,  Nanaimo, B.C.  HERCULES Stump Pullers  . -      --.    FOR .SALE   BY     .-.    -  Walworth-Rolston Co.  Ltd  1020 Westminster Ave., Vancouver, B������ C.  The Courtenay. Hotel  Kvery'convenience for guests.  The Centnvl Hotel for Sportamon  (Now* but tlie Best of Wines nnd  Liquor*-  |.Al ilie Hur.;  RATES  REASONABLE  John -Jjchrston,   Prep  OITN IVIcLEODS  rem ku;st-class  CANDY, FRUITS,  OKS A US'���������'& TOI-1ACCOS  i  IF YOU:WANT  tOGD PMTIIB  GIVE USA TRIAL  ��������� ^otjsikk ���������-esaa'ii.zaia  tuioiiiMim n wemranta  Tlio  fan couver Daily Province  Io September 23, tf^|*l _  for..   ..   .. ��������� '.. 6mA%m9%*  m  eciai  Offer--  /���������;We\will.mail The Daily Province  till September 23 to any * address  in Canada outside the city of Van-.-  couver; for 25^.  G-eneral Elections September 21  Take advantage of our Splendid News Service  and follow intelligently the moves of each party.  sir-  -f������)*J*t***t*-  ^  pm.  -!ssa  ||^J.,J.fJ������f{-^.rJ������.J-r|^^^"{'^-.'i������J-'J-'4^_H_^'-J"J_.rJ,  c  0  t,  m  X  81  CJ  E  IL  TD  /  O  O  fc  ���������J  ri  ���������u,  <u  "ml  u,  ������? i  CD  cd  mm in(  CD  MM  U:  4-1  rt'.  4-1  xr>  4���������'  'JT  <.  , >  ri  u  j     ������  ������������������IJ  C  d  l���������^'���������^-^���������^'l*^''^���������^'^''^*k^���������^*'^'T"^*^''^k^'^',^������������������^������������������^,l  ���������  o  *>  $  o  o  <���������  ?���������  41*  (������  <���������  <���������  *  P. DEUTB  Healer iu  ALL KINDS OK  Fruit, indy igars  | Cigarettes & Tobacco. |  Iiouosji I >loe  ���������������:'  R  ���������w  H  Pi   .  ���������h..  o  r-i  fl)  -H-  i>  A  o  ���������^  \m  a  ���������������������������������  0}  3 31  D ���������* 3  -i* a "^  ~    M   "  ��������� **,  ^,   O  __ O   ������'-,.  1 I a. o  s.j"**-*  -      O     H  ������     I --,-���������'  ''**���������      -d  _=i_^_2_  n   .������   95  : * ������  2      .10  "    t: ..u  !>i ������������������_: n  r.    m  ���������t  I*   '���������  ���������Ss --  .  ���������O   ^-i^  a ������ =���������  M -5 m  "S r ���������__)  .5 rf d  "ai^-t  m-  1  "5.  a  ,ii  Tl   -J  a   i.  -��������� >  S     ii  ���������m  ft  ��������� a  '>-  ���������3 '  ������������������a',  1 ri.''!-  ���������������'  P-  o  o  "���������I.--  ..ft  Bl,   *  -C      .  ���������a?  13  a  ' rt  c ������������������.  m      *     3"      "2  M Mm     ���������?'  ���������a  v  tn  M-  H  ."UMUHRLAND, IWJ.     %  ^^���������^^������������������^���������������������������^������������������^������������������������������������������������������o  FAIRFIELD   *  I  "    CTAOP    "~  ��������� ������J������    I     \JU\km. ���������"  .1, JACK,   l'mif.  A Fine Assortment of  lhe Choicest, ('undies,  Fruits and Tobacco  Vancouver Ice Cream.  te  ^OTlOiS is horehy uivrn tint on llm flrel  iby ulDuuhii'I'I'I' in xti i.ppli������atiim will lu  niwili) to Hi-Sip riii'dinli'iit nf I'i iivn,ninl  Police. Vluiori', fur thu nniiwnl of tlm ho.  tvl Jiii.i nn to m*ll li(|iii'i-n l>y rt-ihil in fho  h itol leu) ������'ii uh tlw 1' nt Au.-11-t.1' li till, hi  ualtd at Ouiikjx, H.V.   "      J .11 llouMiiu*-  Du ml Oet.i'^i* 11 1010,  NUT10K TO THIC rilDLIO.  lUviuy bu 15 ii liir-jo ���������* ii'(*lu������ii������o uud iivll  in t'oiiriirii'y, I will ii In iim. l������t'op <n-.  Iniii) a hIoc'< i f it ll i imlM nf liny, Or-iin.  iiiHlFoctl nt lowt'ht nmiUot' iihom, A  Bpidully will In iniulo <f ro lvr i'I'iihIkhI  fouil ti-r Iioih n wliiiin������ |ii ma o ii ������-vIiik  of "im Uiin*'. '.n thi' co t of f��������� o.l. Oi'iIo.h  ������ivim tlinti'iniiHlii' or ly jiIidiiu viil Im  priiinp'ly lillud. Tniii-Uliitf ymi fnr >our  11itr iiiiitu lu 'lio iii'Ht anil t'ciUci in^' a imn  tillllllllCOdf    ll" (Milll!   Oil    IlKlilLr   l.lli'H, 1  hen to mi.ui i  y������urn to I'niiimiiiiil,  1IVRON CUANVi'QlM).  notice        ;;���������>���������  ���������- Any person nr persons, cnttinp;,  ..I'-'iiiiiviiio or taking-'.aiiv   i-IucK-b,  ''. .   O -��������� O    I        J ,   .   ���������      '  tiinbjjrHi* wood, ufany descrijitiodi*  ii'lo'iigiu^to tlm AVellinn-ton Col-  ifcry X;*(���������'/., or IVoui or (iff tin.* land  i>f tlie --Mid 0onin;iity. or ainoiii'  ti),-|)ing rnbb'sli of any ('escripti'tn  .aiLV-wliero���������upi-ii���������the���������f-r-iii [>a>i\-.--  laud will lie prosecuted to the full  extent of the law.  W. L. n)lTLS()X,  Cioncral Manager,  V>T('llingt<������n Colliery Uo,y.  NUTKJE.     ,  Uiding on locomo.ives and   rail  .vav curd of   the ��������� Union   Oolliery  Company by any  person ".irj.ju-r-  kiiis���������except lain crew���������it- strieily  (irob.','ited.    Enipioyaes  -re  nib-  '���������ee to tiisniissal for-allowing, uam*  Hy order  W. L.  COULSON, '  General Manager.  I* I)iint*in\iir Ave.   Ctiinbeil md <i  k's Cotton Root Compound  Tn*i grent Ut^rtrci Tonl*. ������.ul  ���������i<P������-ly   who  cirm-mnl Monthly  ' AH*-,*ij|fiU"ron ������ hlch wofii������n ca.i  "Jt rtepcnil.  fold in threo ikKrcM  rm*t\ ftt Mitnfrtlt-No. ������. *li Ko 2,  lOdc'Ti.'MOtroncei, fjii-, No.* j  '���������  '���������������������������    '-   ���������-- bos j  tiiU !  UNION S. S. CO., o.f'������.C. Ltd  Nanaimo Uniom t'AV- Comox - t','Mi*iu������i.i.  Uivi'.ii Hiii'IK.  iSnili' *,' ua in .li!--  Twn-Koriw H'cMimir ��������� OOWKJIIAN"  L iivm Vitiuouver Tlm n\\\y 0 | ,  JUIlM!   OHl   11    (llll   CIIHimllUIKiy    fllllN  t. fill tin h'  A r '���������(��������������� (Jmi'x I'V'tl.iy ui'itiiin-i  Airivc 0*in-.lt������ll I'.ivir l-'.iilaj n >on  Ilutur in,.  hv    C<imox   Fiul y i u v.i  ������������������ Ui.jon )!���������������)'       "   i")    "  < Ximliio iiiiilniglit  ��������� l/'iivi'������ Viioo' vvr, Snliiriliiw S* \ 1ii  Arrivfti Nuiiiiiiiii, SiilunUiy 112 p in  Arrivi'K Uninii, Siiudxy (i u in  por i iiinh.rl.iii' 1  Arrircc! I-* mnv.   .������hii* ������y H ������ in  Ito in-, inn:������������������  lil'UVI'H ������ OUKlX. ^Illlllll  ���������! p in  \t������.vi i* I'������������������������������������������.. Suni'iiy 5 \i hi  t/uvin N   . rimo, *������ii!iilny u.iilljrlit  |*J|ll j.'"f.   ilvH-lliii. Will "ll' ��������������� V*i 1  is indispensable in the  camp, and for all  impromptu meals.  Add a Ihtle BOVRIL  to your canned meals  and soups and note  the difference.  ,  BOVRIL  sandwiches are  nutritious and  toothsome.  67  KUPKin'LANDDlSr.tlCT  l>is,iiet of Uup-Jit.  TAKK not ������"  'hut  b'-nlora Muo I.m������**ui  of Vauoi.ilvi-1-,' U. O,    <0CU|.ilt-i'"   Ui.low,  i tomiji in npi>|y   f. r .j.cr . is i"ii  t.* i'i*i-  (.���������Iiiim* tlie f'lin.vvii a it -.i'ii!) ii In* tl . <   ���������>*  lllill ililK lit ut il ]) it' _)l.illtl*il   ���������*-'  in i !e not tli  ami 40 c'-in h . u t' i   li*-y. V,.  comer of Sot* ion 4, Twi'lnj' *S.  ih-i.c.  ���������������������������i'i* 80 UMiiii". tlicm," uiK   iSo di i .s,  ilio eo unit'. 8(1 tjiiniii-s   t'������ei tv  v/cn   K(;  ul (uiin >o pliio. ic cd i nMiccui'iic, cont ���������������������������)  int.' (ill) M:rm, in i-i* * r l't-6.  Sunbeij ��������� n jm t Kvl.'- S.W. -.'(iriu-r.  Kni*.!ka >Iak Lkkson,  D n t:i.iik, Ann t.  Dal, (I Doeo-nl or lltli, I��������������� 0.  ������*K,.1it*,#S.'���������"������*���������  HUl'ERT LAND UISI'UIOT  Di-^tiicl of I\nport  TAKK iioM(.������ (bill Gardiner Al-  ���������"Xiiiincr IJnnlv Spi-nwr nf Alaiiied.:  Oul,, oeenpinion i lunilior, intends  'ii up. lv for |'piiiiis-ion io..purchase  ilie following! deseribeit lnnd- : ���������  Qi'inin in-ir,g ut u poH.i ���������-pini'iieil  nli.illl 1-1(1 clinins west nf the -nit li  east cornerjif Sec'.ini) 24, Township  21, thence west SO obiiins. iliohce  i*oii-|i 80 chnine, iheiv,e emit 80  clinins, ���������- li������*t,'ce ik-Hi Io -.outh one  of W'oK.biikn ihence wes'oily nlOn-!  soutlic'sliote la vnsr -��������� --11��������� I of liico,  tl(e'iu;6 t'ltt-t nlon-j; niirth slioreiihoiii  40 ehuitis, ihencH north !o pbieeo of.  .cei'mit'iCiiee'iirii','-.(���������������)iit inill^ .4U()  acrtkaiio'c.oi' Ih- s  SC!ll,e������:oi' (lis , u A n.S:'** N.E.  coriil/rU-:  (l/.IUilN'KU   ;\].K.\A.NDI-:,S DllADY.  Sl'K.NC'KH.  D.-in C'lirk.'Aoent  Dated De ember U h, 11)10;  )���������"'  ,)ifJ\Vt".T I,\K|)I'ISTH1 T  :'.{..'���������'        \>i t'ict i*r Kiipu t        ���������  T'Mx*. NOP E Hi tJiineK llraiMinw.  Of   ������,   \0 j\.   I'loi'i l;i,   ull  iltii't-r,    intUI  8  to a."(ii.. .. i'iic  p.. ini:sH'*in 11 iiiinliu e tii  follo'.VHiic '(li'Kcriiii-,--' linw's:���������Couini no n.*  at n   pn t I'lnu   ti *2 liise wi-hi. of t, e.i.K.  corn- r ni Sou i i'i 'Zl, ii������\vnnlii|i 2-', 't.in;n '���������  norlh-40 di in. tli ne*   w.sf SD.'cl'iai s.  thtnev- so uh 40 t'li<i!-P,    1)"ii'-e n -t 8ll  chaiiiB tn placH  < f cnn UMioeuient, con-  tuiui a '.'rlO   Hurt's ni'iii'or leuM.  fccribuil on ]>,^t .1 Ji's "<.K. ooi'ur,  Ja.mkk ISuadsiiaw,  I'iu, Cl-irk, ageir.  D.ited D.cember lOtli, 1'JIO.  ISLM'KKT LANU I'l-TliKU"  Dial no  o! IX pen-  TAKK   Tu I'll. H    t'oit   A.'elniilc   1-M *i  Cur!*     H. .wn,   of    Hr.-n'ilivd    NT.   V..  miirricil wnniau, intniulii to up|ily I r p->-  niiHsiort to jiunliiMo tlio f illowu .; ii.h'i.li-  edliiniti.: ���������C'liiinuiio lig ������t ������ |>ohc |il*>ntt <>  ut'soi.tl)wet>t con or of S oiimi  IV, Tow n-  nh'pil, tlieuco north   80  olniiin,,   tliouui  o-ikt 8() uluiiiiH,   tlionoo   kouIIi   8U , cIiuiiik.  tlunot xm-hI, 80 ohiu'im in [iUcii ofcominen-  ment coi.t,tiniug UIO nvios lii-ir*.' or Ii-<-h.  - Sciibi'ii nn -lout A.K.CIiV S.W, onr  AmaAiiJk.H-viTK i'i.aiik ltuowx.  Pun Ulutli, nj; n ,  Dil-Oil Dicon tier lflt.li, 11110.  RUPKRT LAND   DISTRICT  Disrirt of  llnqert  TAKE noi ice jhnt Delbt Bnckd.  of    V.ineouve'.    I,.    0.,    ^'rfri'icd  wdinnii,'iircnd< to npp'y   f-r per  uiisei'iii to |iurebr*-e  the  fi-llowiii'.'.  described lniuls: -Oiiiiimencing'. ni  post pliiiited ut the   i orthwi-st cor  nor of  Section'    o0,   Townsliip   9.  lluince eo���������.(,',80 chiiins. ihence south  80 cliaint", thece   w>Pt >.Q  el-nins,  thenco north S!> cluiins lo | lucu of  com iieiiceinent     contaii ing     '5-10  acres more or lees  Scribed on IVi I) 'll!* N. \V  cor.  l)Kltt,\ IlliOl KS;,  lJiui (Jiiirk, Aj;oi.l.  Dated.Decimber 17th, 1910.  RUHB'RT LAND  DISTRICT  District of Rnpert  TAKE notice thut Richmond  Cluules Diss c,f Yiiriioiiveiy IJ. C.  Broker intend--} lo npply for por  mi������sion to purclnue the following  described 'ln.nds:���������t'ooimenciiip at  n postpliinted nt ^   post,   bulwoe.n  f.ccti*������i"i 18k, Town-hip 9, and !-'ec(  ion 13, Township '20, ihunce west 40  chain .   ihence   mnth   -10  chuii*:*,  thence west 40 chnin*', thence > oul li  80 ohnins; lfence east   40   chains,  ihepco north 40 chiuns. ilimine east  40 cliiiiiis-.-thence north 80chain!! lo  pmce.of (ommenicn out, cuniniuing  640 I'cr.i-s inore or les*:  .Scribed (,r, post RCB',j N E cor.  '',... 'R-t-. ir.\ioM>-Cii.Vki.iw Hiss.  Dun Chirk, agent!  Dated Direnibef 19 h.'lOlO.  iliSIl'  T'iKK  l.'ifi -  ��������� i  ,  Oa,'   ������������������    ,. ."  .<>���������*. I  l.e   i.;        ,,-  Collill*      Cli.'i        ���������     .  ttl.o      (10 ch...i;. ������A.iS   e.  on    coriie*'  of  Se; '.ion   .������    :  ship Iil,   I be mii   we.-i   80   * ...    i  tl o ice fouth ^0 chaiii , ������������������       < i  oO C'.;.inV,lln.iice i o tu   Ml  i!i,ii,  lo p'nee   ��������� I"   c ii.:.., ti i ini-ni.   ���������,,-,.  niinii.g G-*iH m:n -: n.n."    * !,*-.i.  S.j,io,-(| l-i; |o : '*' '!' .i     '   X r  J'j-:i'Ky;.- \;.j .,' > *,!.���������_    ''-, ...,,,  .   D"i:  ( b..K. ;*,'<,  DaioJ Dt-cenifor M;b, ilJh-  RUPKRT LAND l)ISTK::,T  Diain.i ol' '    ��������� crt  TAKE   inuic*   Mini    Mm  ivr.- .  Leitch ttf  V.'iin.'oiivi i,   h.C  ,   u.:u  piitiuii S.iii-sbi,1;.-, ii 'c.kIs to -,i;..pli'  for perniif-ion u\ puivb. ir_, ��������� J.e io!  lowirg descriinu i ,i -Ir;  -  0 nunc ���������������������������..���������.. i-.i ,. %.t .,*nil ..  at ihe li'Mthe;^! ii ru r of ;-",_i. i,-,.  34, Townsnip :..'0. ibe.H'e wo-( 8>-  cl-.iu'ii*--, llieticc souih SO il.ni'i-,  tlience cn-i 80 cliair.-, . In'oi-. ro'ih  80 chains to p,i,- ��������������������������� ot" i-im in, _  inoni) coiitniniiig ti-lU ncre--, moie  or less.  HUI'EUT LAND insrniCT  ;'';-..  U tti-iob- of Unpi-rl..  T^KENOTP. E that Ehv-nl D.ki>,  of Hi'iijjliimiti n."NY ro cl.lino..ih o. <ls to  llIH'ly f"r pern i-sim- to ]/'lic i.'o-O tho I'pl-  lowi... il. ���������oii'ii' i hinil.-:��������� V, in nm nn tf ai  i p st i*l ui <d -2 mm* i wn-t oi lln-  south east ������ in. r ol *������i n -Jl, T.ii- nsliip  10, !i -ncj��������� w- t 80 oliii'n-, .li uiiu Kintli  Mn i"'iiin<. tli-nco o .������<t 80 r.imm-, tn-iK-t;  ni rtb 81) oli .ist'i'.l u-��������� ��������� f o ii uiu Diiient,  .*_jn_;i_i .il)____(]Jll.j .ri'h.__iiiiri,or_l-3-i ..   Sjnlitil on p.'st El)',! N.K, u.nnir  Edwaki) Dykk  Dn   Chuli, A|.*eiit.  TMUfl ;).) cnlii't I'J'li. 1!) 0.  i C. H TAR3ELL  .���������*m\\. ���������f<m.m*mH^'^  "  I HIGH GRADE STOVES  Ai.'l nil  KITCHEN -. :UTENSIL6  Sportsmcns Goods  _ General' Hardware  Scribed jn |-,o.--f, M.L.'d N. E.cor.  iALMioiii-MT!-' urreii.  Dun   t.iink, Agent.  Date.] Dcceiiilicr KP.h, ]i.U0.  RUJ'KRT L\XD   Dk-THIC:"  Dltslliljt.   of    illl)K  . L  TAKE no-ho th-* lv'i'.-i Ki-hc;  Spencer of Al'iii'-il-i, (;;���������!., i-inijud  wnniau, intends lo H] |iiy for peril.is-ion 'o pnri liafo tho foilowin;;  .de-crihrd bi>ul<*: ���������  Coiuriie'-.i in*_ nl :i iioti *>';'.nIc* 1 ''-  nl 'he soiiih wi-si con ui i l Sr-"!ion  2 Town-b'p '21, i* ncc'eai*) 80  chain,--, iiicnr-o ninth 80 <:\\;,i<> ,  t !-C"ve wpsi HO chaivis, ' henc ��������� *-<Hi.l.  SO cbaii.s io plnio. i-f cinmei'e*-  hieiil, contaii inj- !)J0 acre*- nn ;������ Oi  lc-s,  S������r.������-t--������l on.po*-t E.F.P.VS \V..ir.  K'dxa Fi"'iii:n r-i'i-Nci-.it  Dan (Mi'ik. />ge.nt.  -D.i tod-De.-enil*eM 6t hr  RUPERT LAXD DISTRICT  District of Rupert.  TAKE no in*   hat U.iiilcc Aflihy ���������  of Viin-jouvcr, H.C , inarrwil ,voninn  ���������intend--' io apply '"������������������ pi-ruii-sion   io  putcha-e  tho   followii g  do cubed  niids: -  C������>nin'eiicinf at n p'^st. plained  nt lhe soii'h i-as corner of Pectir-n  M, Township 21, ihence nopih SO  chairs.. I In nco .west SO chiiins,  thoroce south 80 chains, ihome���������  en3i SO cliiiinc lo phic9 nf am  tiiencetiie-i.-l, containing ,6/10 acreB  more or less  Scrihed on po**t, TIA.'sS.E, cor.  IIaipkk Asnnr  Dan Clark, Agent.  D.ited Decenibur 16tb, 11)10.,  Ai*'-,-;-'1'',>.   atJ'XtirJ:-1.'/���������'���������iii  )*W^'f^>r^m^^  \^'i-,%cy?>:tf&>~  \\\.;'.oy,i'-m"Jr  *>    _A lOdc'Ti.'MOtroncei, *}ii\ N  T ������)r > ���������ii'-.-.iul ciu'.ca, %.i hoc I  ���������W..J roI������l I y ull dtiiBwuUi, or ���������  \TT frciwld en receipt r������f pi  ^        l"u;i* ���������ximiilitat.  AililHti������*t  sniht'RIbi: I'OR TIIK .VKW.S  V&* |ONLY ONE IJOI.LAIS A VICAR.  iHlrUlDlClMlCa.JtUiSTO.CuT. U^B.alVtVu*m*i.  The splendid appearance  of a "Fit-rite" suit Ss the  result of the careful, honest  wau ln which it is made.  K handsome outward appearance Is of no value, unless it  has tbe sterling material underneath to back It up.  It is the care takcm in this  particular that makes the "Fit-  rite" a good suit all throunh.  Ine hidden parts are given tiio  same attention the sun-ire receives. It retains its si: pe be-  cnusa the shape and sU������!q are  built right Into it.  Loon over a    i-it-inu   lui*:.  and examine the qiialltij of lhe  materiel and tailoring. It hen honest effort  to suppl u good clothes at a rccsonabio j)rlc  r.iiln-r i-n'l ������l llioiloroor ������������n*t ui n roil ������-������r<l l.oirlnii -"ii-r  tiimi* nnil ndtlrtu, Mid we'll flivo y.u if, ��������� un/ ��������� i Ihu     Fit-  r!e������ Slylj VritciX," *aaA*W*\ ''������������������* ������������������>l'i-������ miwi of fuiilin  Ui-ilimclci tor lhe coming Fill uml V.'i.ii. r.  CAMPBELL BROS.  I)tj \TsM u i R av iv.       <: i:^i iii'tis i.:��������� n i>.  r, j_gaaBBi3*gEii  acr,w :w-*m.r*m- tmxmmm ii fw.*am THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  UNBURN.  blisters.  sore  FEET.  Everybody now admits  Zam-Buk best for these.  Let> it* givo YOU eoso  and comfort. mm~mm  Druggist! ani Startt tverytstitre  am Buk  PROGRESS OF WIRELESS.  Tha Syatom Is Rapidly Sproadinj All  Over the World,  j By tho law of tlie lnnd no vessel  I carrying- fifty or moro persons, Including passengers and crow, may leave  any port; ln the United States on a  voyage of more than 200 miles after  July 1 unless It is equipped with wireless telegraph apparatus capable of  transmitting and receiving messages  over u distance of ut least 100 miles,  day or night, lu charge of a competent  operator.  Even without tho strong encouragement of tho law, without any influence whatever beyond tho cold logic  of achievement,  the  world's  installa-  COCKSHUTT  Plow Company-* Winnipeg*,  will send tho Binder Catalogue.  BINDERS  BEST   EVER   MADE.  COCKSHUTT  Dealers Sell the Frost &  Wood ��������� tho Favorite Machine.      See   Them.  BLED THEM WHITE..  THE FLAX CROP  City Ignoranco  'Tivtty' haiiilsoiiit* burn, don'!, you  think-" ' sitici the ini-inber ,of the ciiy | tion  of  wireless  telegraph apparatus  group who luul boon on tlm farm be-: had grown to a grand total of 1,520  fori*, stations on ship aud shore." exclusive  "Which, is thnt?" asked the one who! ���������f fore|Kll Warshlps and amateur out-  was on her lirnt visit  ''Tlio    huge    red    buildiiur/iH   the  barn."  "Oh, yes!  a round    it.  thoy!"  And the little buildings  an-    the,   barnacles,   are  WHEN SUMMER COMES  GUARD  YOUR  BABY  The summer months are the. most  dangerous of the year for the little  one. The complaints of this season  ��������� come, so quickly that often a precious little life is' beyond aid before  the. mother realizes baby is ill. Colic,  diarrhoea and .cholera infantum are  all rife nt this time. The mother  must, guard her baby's health every  minute. She must he careful of his  food and careful that his stomach is  kept sweet and his bowels move- reg-  larly and freely. To do.this nothing  can' equal Baby Own -Tablets���������they  friend  at all  times  fits, up to Oct. 1. 1010, accordlug to a  directory compiled by the United States  navy department. Of this total 821  were on steamships, yachts and tugs  throughout tho world. Of tlio shore  stations tho United States had 200, of  which eighty-eight wore ou the Atlantic and gulf coasts, forty-eight  wero on tho great lakes, fifty-one on  the Pacific coast, sixteen In Alaska  and three In the interior. Tbe United  States navy had 344 ship and forty-  seven shore stations, the army thirty  shore aud sixteen ship stations.  In. 1800. the Marconi conipnuy transmitted between ship and shore messages aggregating 519,000 words. The  transatlantic business ranges from  50,000 to 75.000 words a week. The  British postoflice department reported  that in the three months ending Oct.  1, 1910, twice as many, wireless mes-  are mothers best, friend  at  _ ,    , ,_,-���������-_  of the yenr, but more especially in the  saSea  were sent and received as in  summer,-whon, if given occasionally,  they act as a preventative of those  dreaded summer troubles, or if they  do come on suddenly the Tablets will  just, as quickly remove the cause and  baby will soon be-well iigain. The  Tablets are sold by medicine dealers  or bv mail at 25 cents a box from The  Dr. 'Williams' Medicine Co.,- Brockville, Ont.  A man cnn always please a woman  by tolling her that she pleases him.  Did you ever see a self-made  "man  who was dissatisfied with the job.  The genuine Wilson's Fly Pads are  by far the best fly ..-killers made.  Every housekeeper should use them.  All Druggists, Grocers and General  Stores sell them.  "A "woman's nlea of a moclerhusband"  is one who does just as she pleases.  any other corresponding period. As  the first step toward establishing a  ring of wireless stations completely  encircling the, United Kingdom the  government has purchased the stations  already in operation. The New Zealand government recently asked for  bids for erecting five wireless stations,  while fifteen new wireless stations  now being constructed along the Amazon and Paraguay.rivers in Brazil will  be ln operation before tbo end of tha  year.���������Technical  World Magazine.  MEN'S  HATS   MIGHTY   DEAR.  There's   no-stop-over   privilege   on  the road to success!  I bought a horse with a supposedly  incurable ringbone for $30. Cured  him with $1.00 worth of MINARD'S  LINIMENT and sold him for $85.00,  Profit on Liniment, $54,00,  MOSIK DKROSCK.  Hotel Keeper, St. Phillippe, Que.  Middle-iiRed *nduntes of nn academy in Auburn, Me., were discussing  school days.  "What became of thaL red-liended  Goodwin hoy who,was so afraid of tho  girls?'! asked one.'  "Ho has just been divorced from his  fourth wife," said the graduate, who  had kept up with the times,���������From  the Chicago Posfo  Oat* of the commonest coinpln.hitH of  Infants is worms, and the most, effective  application for them Ih Mother (Iravi't*'  Worm lOxtei'iiiiniitoi*.  Some men nre jusl, plain, ordinary  deceivers of their wives; then there is  thn one, wlio makes his believe he  enn't bear to have lier go away from  him on n visit.  That Is, For Those.'In the Fashionable  Swim In New York.  New York men's hats cost more than  New  York  women's hats,  not In the  first.out!ay,-but-in-the-maintenance A-  woman pays from $5 to $30 for her  elaborate hat, on the average, anchors  It to her head, and there is stays, except when It is reposing lh Its. home  receptacle. But not so with a man.  On certain occasions etiquette' requires that he uncover his head, and  that is when the expense of maintenance begins its insiduous work.  A bachelor of Gramercy park who  takes bis- meals at restaurants has  kept tab on his hat expense and made  a report. He is an economical man  ln his dress, clothing himself well, but  taking scrupulous caro of his attire.  He pays $5 for his derby hat and  keeps it ln good condition for six  months. When ho goes to a restaurant  he always finds attendants ready to  assist him In taking care ot(it. His  bookkeeping shows that tho bat bo  discarded oh April 1 hnd cost bim  $ur-.80 In tips, which, added to tlio  original cost, makes $10.80,  "Rather expensive hat, and I think  (hat the Indians have a great advantage ovor us," was tho bachelor's coin-  mout.--Now York Herald.  Catarrh Cannot Be Cured  With IiOOAI, Al'I'MCATIONH, an llii.y nmnnt n-nnr,  lllll Bent Ol Ull* ilhiMHr, ('iilnrrll Ih ii IiIimmI hi1 <-ii-,MI-  tilt'tiiml illxi'iim,', nml In nnlcr in cum It ynu mum inkn  liiltirnal P'Iih-iIIim, IIiiII'h (''itnrrlt Curo In taken lu.  ttrimlly. anil m-iii illrncily upon llm IiIimkI mul murium  mir'ii'ii'H, llull'ii (.'nturrh Cum U not ii qiinrk mi-ill-  cln.i. It wan prMiTltat by nun ut llio \ml |iliyn|i>lit'ii*  lii tlila country lor yiiim nnil in n ri'iiuliir iiirwrliiilnii,  It In rnmiimiM ol tin* IwHt ionics known, rmnlil 1  with llm bent lilooil piirlllcrH. iintlm- illrMly on tlm  mucniiH Mir'ui'i**,    Tin*,  pi'i-fi'i-l  i-iitnliliiiilliiii of tin-  two ln<ri'illniitti In wlmt iimilui'i-R hiicIi woiulcrlul ri-������  *UlM In curing nitarrli.   H.'iiil ror linlltniitiliilH, fr���������,  I'*. .1, CIII'NI'Y .le CO,, I'miiH,, 'lull-do, O  Hi,,., by DrimulHiii, prim tin,  "I'liko llall's rum Ily I'lllii lor count lout Ion,  Ireland Is Doing Pretty Well.  Ireland isn't so badly off as somo reports that reach this country would Indicate. A correspondent of tho Chicago News writes that "figures havo  been compiled Bhowlng that tho country possesses moro thun 2-1,000,000  hens and 250.000 goats. It is exporting nearly $20,000,000 worth of poultry produce, while England Imports  $35,000,000 worth of eggs." Ho adds  that "Ireland, according to thoso tig-  tires, is bocomlng a second Denmark.  Tho increase In poultry is duo principally to the establishment of co-oporn-  tlvo depots, which have steadily multiplied. 'J'ho rocontly started society  called tho Unlled Irish Women Is rapidly becoming a forco In the development of agriculture and it Is believed  that tlift efforts of tho organization will  roHtilt in a grotitly reduced emigration."  Ths Treatment In Fever Cases Till  Quinine Wrought a Change.  In 1832, wheu the French were conducting u-enmpnign or voiiijuest In Algeria, the mortality among the troops  uud colonists , there was frightful.  Cranes wan hi'liiu eontluually culled  upou for fri'xh 'levies ot men and  youths to supply .this terriblo loss,  (luetly from fever tuetiteuiul to the  i.'llmiite.  At tliat time Uie practice of bleeding  stilt prevailed. "Bleed them till Ihey  aro white" was thi* Injunction which  Broussals, the head physletau of the  French, gave to his followers wheu  tho condition of tho soldiers wus reported lo him.  At Bone In one year out of an effective force of 5.500 men, 1,100 died of  Illness lu the hospital. Most of them  had been "bled to the white."  At this time the effects of sulphate  of quinine were known, but few physicians ventured to employ It. Oue,  Maillot, hud interested himself ln the  new remedy and, going to Bohe ln the  medical service of the government, he  resolved to see tf It would? uot reduce  the frightful mortality, which was one  to every three and one-half men who  entered the hospital."  At tirst he employed the quinine  merely as an adjunct to the bleeding,  lie soon found that bleeding was killing the men and tbat quinine was saving them. Little by little he left off  bleeding, to the great scandal of the  medical profession.  ICxactly iu proportion as the bleeding  ceased the deaths tn the Hospital de  creased. ? In two years the deaths fell  off from oue'ln three and a half of all  who- entered the hospital to one In  twenty and finally to one In forty-six:  Maillot, quite naturally enough, be  came an earnest opponent of bleeding,  but he was so actively resisted and so  ceaselessly vilified that he became embittered toward bis colleagues.  Nearly thirty> years passed before  Maillot saw the complete triumph ot  his Ideas. Doctors continued to bleed  their patients heartily for all manner  of Ills. But ln ISliU Maillot was made  commander of the Legion of Honor and  jehlef.of.t he.medicaLsta ff_ofLt.beJilr.t-.nco.  army, and his Influence, with others,  tn bringing about a virtual revolution  in the practice of medicine was fully  recognized.���������Harper's Weekly.  Missed a Train That Was a Day Late.  When the Swltz City division of the  Illinois Central was built It was knowii  as the Indiana und Illinois Southern.  It was a narrow gauge road; tbe roadbed wds bad, the engines and cars  were built on a miniature scale, and,  w.hile there was a schedule, had a train  been on timo the fact would have been  regardeu* as a miracle. The road was  known as the "Try-Weakly." On one  occasiou .lostah McComiell desired to  go to Switz City from Sullivan, but  missed the train by a minute or two.  The clock at the station showed that  tbe train had left Siilllvan live in In  utes ahead of time, nnd McComiell  sued the railroad company for $5,00(1  damages. On a trial of the case it was  proved beyond a doubt that the twin  McComiell missed should hnvegonrtha  day before and was really twenty-  three hours aud fifty-five minutes late,  Has  Changed   Canada   Into  An   Exporting Country  Inasmuch as economic history  shows a protective tariff to have been  the'most successful policy'in. agricultural countries much older than Can-  ikIm, for instance, Russia, Franco,  Austria, .Hungary,', Belgium, Italy,  Germany, Holland and Uiliteil States,  that sort of fiscal" system should also  In: best for Canada. The Canadian  farmer, especially in the- West, has  luul the opportunity of seeing just  exactly how Protection helped hini  in the flax industry, lh the light of  events since 1907, when a protective  duty of 10 cents per bushel was placed  on flax, it is interesting to record  the prophetic words of a "prominent  Canadian speaking at Winnipeg in  l!)0G, He snid: "Our (lax is,shut out  of the American market on account  of a duty of 25 cents per bushel.  Why do-not our Canadian farmers  nsk our Government to place a duty  on flax grown in Canada to give them  the home market which they are justly entitled to? There is from one nnd  a half to two million bushels of flaxseed consumed in Canada annually  by our Canadian'linseed'oil crushers,  and why should a million bushels or  more of foreign seed be used instead  of buying "Grown in Canada" flaxseed, and grown right here in the  West, the best that can be produced?  , "I wish to point out to the intelligent farmers of the West that the  American farmers find flax ���������more profitable to grow,than wheat and I hope  .that, when yevision of the tariff takes  place, there will bo a duty placed on  flaxseed for the benefit of the farmer  and that all flaxsed used in Canada  will be "Grown in Cnnadn."  These utterances have been, since,  most fully vindicated. Up to 1007.  flaxseed entered Canada free of duty,  and ns shown by the statistical record of exports and imports for 1005  and 1906, Canada was an importing  country.  In 1905, imports were 176,887 runnels and exports were, only 314 bushels.  Tn 1906 imports were 711,138 bushels for home consumption, and exports were only 2,824 bushels.  After the duty of 10 cents per bushel was placed against United States  nnd other foreign countries, Canada  became' an  exporting  country.       In  1908, imports ? were   495,154   bushels,  -and-C'xports-were���������10;997���������bushels-r���������In-  1909, imports steadily decreased to  288,468 bushels, and exports increased to 693,779. Tn 1910 imports of  flax were only 4,344 bushels, while  exports amounted to 1,997,648 bushels  which had a value of $3,642,476.  Thus a protective duty, hns enriched the farmer in five years to the extent of over three and a half million  dollars.  "I don't know what to do about this  portrait," said the artist. "Can't you  get the likeness?" "Oh, yes. But I'm  doubtful about how, far to go, If I  don't, make it look like him, the  critics will roast it, and if I do, he'll  refuse to pay for it."���������Washington  Star.  of  Corns   nro  cnum-d   hy   the  tinht Ikxkb, liut no-one ni'i'd    with thorn long whon so t-implp. a remedy  aa Holloway'H Corn Cure is available.  nrcRRiiro  ot* troubled  Locusts formed    one    of    the  plague**,, of Kgypl in 1491 B. C.  ten  Turks cross their hands upon their  breasts and bow to the persons saluted.  Minard's "Liniment Cures Colds,  Etc.  A womnn may win a man's love'  without trying, but she can't keep it  that way. :     - ' ".  A dog isn't a dentist, even if he does  oocnsionirlly insert teeth.  "Do you consider" Wobbleton'a  humor original, Binks?" asked Dub-  leigh. "Sure it is," said'Binks. ��������� Absolutely, 11 don't believe there is any  humor in existence that antedates  Wobblotpn's jokes."���������Judge.  When you want to clear your house  of (lies,' see that you get Wilson's  Fly Pads. Imitations are always unsatisfactory.  HI la���������"Do  1   make  myself  Stella -- "Somebody"   has,  haven't. "���������Judge,,  plain?"  if   you  Second love is like second childhood  -a skim milk affair, at, best.  An Oil of Merlt.-Dr. Thomas' Kolectrta  Oil Ih not, a .jumble of modioal substance**  thrown together nnil pualied by advertising, but tne result of tho en refill invostl-  Ration, of the curative qualities of certain  oils iih applied to the human body, It it)  a rnrd combination and it won nntl kept  .public favor from the tlrst, A trial of it  will carry conviction to any who doubt  "its power to repair nnil heul.  Uncle Ezra (as the doctor drives by)  ���������"I hear Doc. Cuteni had a very narrow escape last night,"  Uncle Ebon���������"You bet he did. He  was taken sick about five miles out  of town all alone, and had to doctor  himself."���������Puck,   ���������  Ontario  Veterinary   College  TEMPERANCE STREET, TORONTO.  Affiliated with the University of Toronto, and under the control of  the Department of Agriculture of Ontario. Infirmary for Sick  Animals' at the College., -  ^COLLEGE     RE-OPENS    OCTOBER 2nd,    1911.  N.   B.��������� Calendar on  Application.  E.   A.   A.   GRANGE,   V.S.,   M.S.,    Principal;  An effort lo break a will sonieliun's  breaks about i*v<*ryoni-  but  the law-i  yors coneerni'il in the on.so,  Mai Your Dog a Visiting Card?  Visiting card* for dogs nro anion*  tho latest frenlc novel!loa. They aro  used by women who take tholr dog  pels with thorn whon thoy visit houses  whero thoro are also pot nnlmtils. Iu  it homo whero n littlo King Charles  hns nil tho ntlontlon and affoctlon  Mlnard's Liniment cure** gnrRot'" eowsj nsunlly Uostowod upon n child a curd  I bnnl'of nnntnlnn till* oi-frntrml ���������I'Moivrt  Miss   Knicl'iw "That    young  never knows when to go home  Mr, Ktiieki'i--"No wonder  father is a puiKressmiin,"���������-New  Snni  mini  his  York  Lattres de Cachet.  Lettri's de i-m-iit-i wits the name glv  en In France lo warrants sealed with  lhe king's Real ordering persona to he  thrown into prison or exiled. The  lirst came Into uso about 1070 nml  shortly liivame one of the popular terrors of France. It ts said that no less  than 0,000 lettres de cachet were issued during the reign of Louis XIV,  and K0,u0<) during the reign of Louis  XV. In mnny i*nsi>������ these lorrlble documents wo ru secretly kiiIU nud used  ns n Hource of llllelt revenue. They  wero frequently Klgued In blank, and  tho bolder of one of these royal ter  ror������ could wrlto In the nnmo of any  person against whom ho Happened to  hnvo a grudgo, The nnttonul assembly abolished this iniquitous privilege  of Issuing lottroN do cochin on Nov. 1,  1781).  A i-hiiliby old' coltnire on the outskirts of a village was suddenly trims,  formed by paint nnd paper into an at.  trncti.ve little house, and u Himim-r  resilient of the plnee, Who knew the  occupant* lo be n poor widow and her  v.,.*,,. .), ,,. ii ... i  ,.,;,.',,n.. .,i.,.,lithe cliiuigc. Fie inquired nbout it nt  tbe gute. "Yen, sir," replied the old  hnly, smilingly, "iny son's in work  now, Makes good money, 'e din's,  too, Al 'c hns lo ilu is to go twice  lo the circus every dny, mul put 'is  head in tbe lion's mouth. The re������il of  tlie tune V "ns to Y������,eH. "  , CHEW  DIXIET0BACCO  W. N. U., No. 857.  itt visits from Schnapps, Flfl. Jumbo,  Tip. Lnsslo, UIJoii, Almo und mnny  othor cnnlno friends of llltlo King.  Many of thoso cards wore ndded to tho  collection on ono dny whon King hud  a reception. One card marked "Regret'*" camo from Bultnn, n Aialteso  cat    The Economical Qwiii,  As n political Institution tho Swim  government is tho most economical In  Muropo, Tho ofllelal salary of the president of the hwInh con federation Is  $11,000. The federal councilors, or members of the cabinet, and lhe hcnils of  tho different departments receive  $,'1,000 a yonr during ollk-o, Tho state  counellors of the cantons of Itnlo and  Zurich nro the best pnld of their class,  rocelvlng $2,000 nnil 11,800 n year, r������-  (���������pectltruly, while Lucerne nnd Hchntf-  ha tinea com* next, wltb $1,000 per an-  ���������um.  Juvenile Logic  Little MnbePn mother wnu expecting  Mabol'a auntie on a vlnlt. Just iih hIik  wiih nlmoHt duo to arrivo utelegvam  enmo, which road: "Minned train.  Will Hturt nt an me time tomorrow."  Mabel hurried home from Hchool, expecting to greet her nuntlo. Inntond of  which alio wna aliown the telegram,  Hhe read it through carefully nnd In*  borloimly, nnd then uho romnrkodi  *>riavt nitty <*f nu-nttc, mfirflm?-!"  "Why, denr?' Inquired her mothor.  "Woll, don't you hoc thnt if aho  atnrta nt tho anmo time tomorrow alio  will mlas tha train again."���������Illustrated Bits.  Hor Duty  At the district school, up nt "The  Centre," there was a. youngster by the  name of Calvin Brown, who did not  "get to the. suds" any too often., A  young lndy fom Boston wns 'lunching  there that winter, and being of a  rather dainty nature, Calvin wns not  one of her particular favorites: hut as  the wenther wns cold and Calvin's  desk, was awny hack from tho stove,  she. did not sny much about it.  But ns spring enmo on, nnd the  weather begun to warm un, Calvin he-  gnn-to ho a little "obtrusive." So fin-  nlly sho sent n note, over to his mother  asking her if it, would he too much  trouble, for her to place Oiilvin in the  tub for n night or two, The next  morning Calvin brought the following  note over from his mother:  "Deer Teechor: We pny you to tench  Calvin, not to smell him."  You mny have, observed thnt tlio  mnn who tries logo the limit is usually travelling down grade.  CLOTHES'  INSURANCE-a paid-up "policy*  against    the  ordinary    troubles    ot  Wash-day���������is yours if. you use  one    of ."' -       ''"'  ������  "  Substitution  doesn't  pay���������it  means  to    you  loss  of confidence  and" to  the Grocer   loss   of. a   customer.  There   are no    Washboards "just as good"    as .Eddy's   ���������  Appleford  Counter  Check  Book  The best equipped factory for producing Counter Check Books  in Canada.  Capacity  50, 000 CheckBook$  Factory  ���������nd Off leva:  HAMILTON,  ONT.  Company,  Limited.  -=   per, Day.  We are supplying the Largest users of Counter Check  Books in Canada with our  'IMPERIAL BOOKS."  (Not In tha Truat.)  APPLEFORD COUNTER  CHECK BOOK  COMPANY, LIMITED,  We want publisher! to act aa our agenta In all Manitoba, Saskatchewan,  Alberta and Brltlah Columbia town* Write ua for condition! and prlcaa  $3,600 in Caah Prizes for Farmers  Abiurd.  Bootmnki������r (who hna n donl of troubio  with hl������ ctiHtomen���������I think, nir, if you  woro io cut your corns I could moro  easily Ilnd you a pair, Choleric Old  Gentleman���������Cut my cornn, nlrl I axle  yon to fit mn n pnlr nf boor.i to my  feet, alrl I'm not g'-lnir to plnno & my  f>i������t down to lit your boots!��������� London  Telegraph.  Vory Diplomatic  "You any Do Skill plnya an Ideal  tame of goif?" i  "Yea. Ho piny* well enough to mnk������  It tntoreatlnjr for an inflnentlnl friend  withxmt actually boating lilra."-Nuw  Itforlc Telr.irram.  AVU<< you go In ir to build that now  borsoblock, sldowulk or dairy  Iioubo of comont? Thon limlHt on  your dtiiilnr supplying you witb tbo  "CANADA" Cement. Not only will thia  ensure your getting a pure, uniform and  strictly high-grade commit, that will  gunrantoo tho llfnlong pormaneney of tho  thing you bullil, but It will also ontlt'o  ynu to onter our Prlao Contost, And In  thin contpst you stand a good chanco of  winning n prist* that will pi-rhnpa moro  thnn p you for tbo cont of the work.  Kvery farmer In Caniida who u������h*h "CANADA" Cirnont la ellglblo to compete.  Four prlr.es will be nwanled In oaoh Pro-  v I non and those prlxoa will bo divided ne  ���������  follow*!  PRTBK "A"--������ino,0'- to 1w (tlmn to th������ f������rm-*r  In mcIi Prinrlnnn wlio will iim* ilnrlnir 1011  tliu nrnnU'it miml*������r of b������rr������li of "CANADA"  Omni i.  Vni7,Vi "n"���������$100,00 tn Iin niton to tlm Ittrmtr  in i������i*h l'rnvlncn whi),ii������i*������ "OANADA"  C������mnnt nn lliu fiii-m In IDlt for Uu groateat  tivroli������r of pnrpom.  VntZV, "0"���������ItOo.OO to b������ irlrtn ������������ lh* f������Ttin������r  in Mrh rrorinr* wlio turn win m witli in*  ^hnlm/rn-oS ihnwInK thn buit of my ntrtlMJ-  hr kind of work 'Ion* on hn lurro Uurtna  1*11  wMn  "0*\MAnA"  Omimt.  PHTZR "fi"���������1100,00 to ba t\t*t\ tn Mi������ f������rw*r  in ntfh rroTlnw who tiibmlti lh������ but ������nd  moil rnmpttt* dmnrlptlun, of liow any p������r-  iii-ul������r pincA of work tliowa by photogrtpli  lent in, wai done,  Notleo how wo have purposely planned  and Impound curtain necuaaary'condition-*-  in ordor to Rivo larxe und mnall luora of  cormint nn equnl opportunity.  Ao an llHiHtriitlon of thia: In prlzea "C"  and "D," tho quantity of comnnt uaod  ban no banrln-K whatever on tbo roault.  Tbo farmer who aonda uh tho boat pho-  toBrnph of na amall a thlnir na n wntorln������;  trough or o unti* poat, baa aa much  chanco for prlao "O" ua a man wbo send*  a photoirraph of a houaa-���������-And tbo aamo  applloa to prize "l>,"  i Don't bold ImnU from entorlnir becauae  ynii think you don't know anything* about  concroto work, It'a very almplo, Bo-  aldea, wo haVo a ino->ou(re book that we  will ������i*nd you free on roqueat, which tells  you all nbout conoroto and how to make  and uao It. In thin book, you'll tlnil complete Instructions for tbo maklnir of almost everything you oan think of ln tho  ���������way of farm utilities, floors, vats, trouichs,  atatra, posts, etc,  i'lus true bonK���������entitled "Vvbat, Um  Vnrmor fnr, Tin With Oonorofp"���������wilt not  only Inform ynu���������It will alio jrrcatly Interest you. So Bend for It anyway,  whether ynu intend to try for one of the  prises or not  The Canada Cement Company, Limited, Montreal, Que.  book.  V������m������  Ao*.If  PU.m   I  ��������� ad ptr.   *  tlruliMind    |  ������������������������������������JaK  I  m  I*  ���������Ih:  if*  i|01  I  V  M  m  I  *;l  *piiMt'-������Mr*mi>m?#''im'-m  mm  riMHHH /  THE   NEWS,   CUMBERLAND,   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  The Girl Who  Loved Him  Story of & Commencement  Season  By Thomas R. Dean  Copyright by American Press Association, 19U.  Commencement wns but a couple of  mont bs a wuy, and 1 wus very busy  Retting iny classes reudy for the exercises, when Laura Wurreu, a senior  of the Woninn'H college, remained uft*  ������������������r lecture one afternoon to ask me  j-ouie questions about ber graduation I  ���������qicech. Miss -Warren wus to.huve toe  Bulututory oration, which is uiwuys  tilt-okci- lu Latin. She bad heconie very  |irot)(*lent lu tbe Lutlu' luuguage uiid  Jijeruture and selected for the nun*'  Jeet of ber--commencement"-oration  "Augustus Caesar, the Founder of the  Roman Kmjilre."  "Wbut. professor." she Raid, "do yon  tbink 1 would better bold up to the audience us the prominent feature of  Augustus' character,?'*  "That, living lu an age of mugnlfl  ceni-e and luxury, tie personally main  mined simplicity of living."  "lie built,,or commenced that marvelous structure, the palace of ihe  Caesars."  '.  "But lived and died In the house  In which he was born. , He never left  It for Its splendid additions."  Miss, Warren did not seem to have  beard my reply.    She appeared to be  on any one or mem, i gnre np try-  In-;. Tbe truth la I wished to ask her  again which one ot the girls' siii* bud  referred to lu ber former conversation  with me, but I considered such u subject between professor und student interdicted, and. Hlut-e she nud refused to  tell me be ture, 1 bud no Mope of tier  telling me now.  So passed the time till within a  month of commencement. Oue day  when I dismissed my' class I called  Miss Wurren tip lo my desk and nsked  ber how she was getting on wltb her  oration. She smiled und said she was  still 'bunti.ng. for a subject. 1 strove  to impress upon her the necessity of  a decision, whereupou Rhe, said she  was thinking of taking for a theme-a  girl ot l-ompel! who loved a man and  wus pondering mi a modest way to let  bim know it when the dreaded volcano of Vesuvius opened, buried the  city under ashes, and the man with It  1 looked so lugubrious st this Indirect reference to my own case tbnt  Miss Wurren smiled. That smile upset  me.     I  didn't   know  PLANT  CULTURE.  ths  HER BBATJTIPTJIi ORB8 SANK TO MINE.  thinking of something else.    1 asked  ber wbut was on her mlud.  "Suppose," she replied, "instead of  Augustus 1 take for my subject some  pure, uoble Komnri woman, one witb  a love fitory In her life'/"  "It would be a moro Interesting  theme to your audience."  Miss Wurren smiled, 1 nsked what  amused her.  ������������������ Professor." she replied, "it does not  occur lo you tbnt my audience will  not understand one word of my oration."  "Iteally.  I did not think of that."  "Vou are ro Immersed tn the affairs  of (be Honiaoh that you live some sixteen or seventeen centuries uko. Vou  nre Hlngiilnrly oblivious to wtitit goes  on nbout you. You would be of great  nanism nee io me In au oration on Augustus, but if 1 chose a theme based  on tbo love of a Human tuuidon you  would he useless to me."  "Vfliy so?" I naked) surprised.  "lleeunse you know nothing about  lovo. You do not even know that one  of the students In thia college loves  you."  "Loves me?"  "Rhe has given you hor wholo heart"  "Who Is she'/"  "Vou surely wouldn't hove me be*  trny tliu poor girU But enough of  this. I en ine to consult yuti about  my oral inn and should not have spoken  of n private mutter I shall not speak  on 'Augustus, I bnve u topic, mncli  used, It ts true, but one that excites  powerful emotions, 'a vestal virgin  who loved and suffered the frightful  penalty attached to the crime of a  vestal's loving,'"  Minn Wurren left tne with a amlle  on her very attractive lips, left me  ii changed rami Dp to thia moment  1 had been so absorbed tn tbe iinclentH  that I luul tu ken no thought of lhe  moderns, nnd. uh for the mailer of  love. I did not know what ll meant  My pupil had uwnkened nu Interest lo  It ihut struck home. Home-girl loved  tut). Why, I nun (bli-iy-rivc. bind,  a-ore HpeoinclcH und was nn acknowledged bookworm." n wizened sped*  men of ii mnn without one attractive  feature,  Ai.'.'.-.'i IV .i wen core*!* np tn roe nfter  lecture again In n fow days to tell  me thut she would not select for her  topic n vestal who broke her vows, but  one who when Ilie llomnri people were  piling over fo Christianity in crowSs  Joined the throng I told Miss Wur  reu ihut If she vncllbiled niiuuig ao  muiiy subjects she would have no oru-  tion at nil, Inst en tl of being impress*  ed with my cimiMi-u she laughed und  uuimillteil several more toph-'-"The  Conspiracy of t'atllllie. "The Deiitli of  Jugerthii." "Wuh UomuliiH a Myth?"  If I fuvored one of these topics she In-  tltui'd toward unoiher At last, finding  It UuiHwaibie to yjucsntrste bar wind  whether I.  was u professor coaching n student or  a muu wth an; uusoivuble love problem to "deul with. Was It sympathy  for this unknown girl who loved me  or was 1 In, love with the unknown  girl? Nonsense! How; could I be in  love with an unknown person? ���������".  1 was conscious of appearing fi  fool while Miss Warren stood looking  at the floor in that respectful attitude  which u student Is supposed to maintain in tbe presence of a professor.  At the xsame time there remained a  tiny cun*e at tbe corners of her  mouth and a soft look In her eye that  puzzled uud at the same time made  me feel very queer.  "Select my topic for me. professor,"  she said. "1 will use any you name,  and I am sure that with the feeling  ever present that it is your choice 1  shall write a good oration."  I wondered what she.meant by that  i "In that case 1 will choose the oue  you first named. 'Augustus Caesar.'"  From this time Miss AVjirren took  hold of the matter seriously. !������'be consulted me constantly, and lis I saw  her oration grow up uuder my encouragement and Influenced here and  there by ray suggestions my interest  In the young oratress constantly increased. I forgot about the girt who  had honored roe with her love nnd began to wish that Miss Warren might  stand In  her place.  Ou commencement day. when tbe  salutatorlan stood up tu the attire of a  girl graduate���������spotless while���������and in"a  melodious voice spoke In a language  that died many centuries ago, 1 lis-  ~tened"i-r~"rapt~ attention: l~~wiis_fn"  miliar witb It all. hut as I listened to  the words come forth, every one enunciated musically, It seemed to me that  no language has ever been so beautiful, so impressive, as that of Cicero  and of Horace.  Once only the speaker cast her eyes  down upon me. sitting with other  members of -the faculty JuRt beneath  her, when uttering a sentence In'  which she had made an error and  which i bad corrected for her. Instead  of the Latin word "amure," "to love,"  stfe had used the word "nrauvt," "I  have loved." Her beautiful orbs sank  to mine only for a moment, then were  raised to the throng.  1 could not but be astonished thiit an  oration so beautifully delivered nnd so  well composed should have produced  so little effect But when 1 reraem-  ' bered thnt I and possibly one or two  others nlone understood whnt the  speaker was talking shout my surprise faded Iuto a regret thut the audience could not have enjoyed It as .1  did.  1 did not see Miss Wnrren nfter the  delivery of her speech, but called upon  her thiit erenlng-before her Intended  departure���������to congratulate her upon  Its merits. I found her expecting roe,  and bo enthusiastic was I over her effort of the day that, taking hor hnnd  to express my enthusiasm, I found it  difllcult'to releuse.lt When I did so  she led mo to seutH where we could  sit side by side, and I went over her  oration, repenting sentence nfter sentence In rapture.  I was surprised thnt sho did not  show evidence of being especially  pleased nt my encomiums. Bin* listened somev.'lini impntleutly to thum and  when I rested for breath sold:  "Do you wish me to tell yon before  I go the name of that girl who bua  given you her heart?"  "No; I don't."  Wo were sitting close together, she  bending forward, toying wltb some ornamental work on thu skirt of Iht  dress, so tlmt my eyes fell upon tho  curves of her waist. Hometlilug-1  know not whnt-got into my arm, und  without my consent It dropppd upon  the waist For n moment I wiih fright,  vned: but. seeing that she paid no nt*  tontiou to what 1 had dono, I took  courage  What else occurred during tlmt eventful evening I consider too aiicred to  give.   I have written It out Hlrn dend  luH^U.If,C.     ItUI'li    l*U    U.il     lull    Ol.l.Slli    I'I  likely to HudenMnud.   Tlefore we parted I stild to her;  "Since we nre betrothed, perhaps you  mny not object fo tell me who Is the  girl who hns given me her henrt"  "t"������on'i trouble vonrself nbnnt her."  she replied. "She In not worthy of uo  guileless a mnn."  All this happened years ago, nnd I  bnve since learned how stupid I was  not to even suspect that the siilntn-  lorlan of tlmt year, having become attached to u bookworm, was oblltVl to  turn his attention from the dead Inn*  j guflgi-3 to hernelf or leave htm to hln  books. Hlie cared not for Augustus  or the veathls or any other of the per!,  j sons she proposed to mnke her theme.  i There wus a  living person of more  j Importance to her than even lhe deitdi   ^p  emperor.   Thai person. I nm pnjud t-JF^m^H  Don't   Da   tha   Watering  Act   In  Evening Just Beforo Dark.  The following article wna prepared  by   representatives   of   the   national  council  ot   iiuriiculture  to stimulate  interest lu gt-rUeuiug:  While  piiiuts  cau  stand great  ex-  I tremes In temperature, corresponding  j'extremes In moisture surely will tend  ������������to..'riuu If not to kill the strongest tit  J tbem.   /Water should  be given  omy  when needed, then In nuch quantity  tbnt tbe soil Is soaked.   Soft ateuiiijed  pluutfl,   especially   those  with   inrgo  leuves. need  much  more wuler tuun  hard wooded, slow growing varieties  ond. while the former kind easily recover from drought, the latter usuuliy  aufler   permanent   Injury   troiu   ���������������������  tremes.  Heavy clayey soils sour easily, while  light loamy soils Ury out quickly, uud  unless carefully watched the plants in  such soil soon will wilt. In either  case It Is better to wuler (horougliiy  aud only when needed tnan to wuler  sparingly and often.  Tbe season aud time of dny should  be considered In watering. Hunts not  ln, active growth should be watered  sparingly, until l bey; have legumed  their foliage. Watering In-the evening, Just before dark, wilt greatly md  the, growth of fungous diseases, as  tbe foliage will continue wet throng!)  tbe night It also causes "dumping  off" ot young cuttings and pinnts.  Never water during heavy, ciotidy  weather.  THE LATEST_MODELS.  Now Lingerie Gowns In Plain. Straight  Prinoess Style;  Bright blue combined with cerise I*  used on n smart crepe de ebbae blouse  decoraied with eyelet embroidery,  Figured crupea, trimmed with plaited  ruttles. are quaintly pretty for a'Mor-  noon wear ns well as for the blouse.'  Id all the coiffures there is the same  tendency to cover the ears. Some*  tunes just n deep wave tn tbe hair Ulis  this mission; again, a little curl or pun  is employed.  The silhouette in the new gowns re-  mntns innch the same. The skirls nre  otuivw, uud the Kimono sleeve is \uil  PHYSICAL_$TRAINS.  Men Over Fortyfiva Should Take No  Exceaaiva Exeroisa.  The physical decay ot men over  forty must be more frequently, mentioned lest we forget the fact that our  physique was evolved for only thirty-  live or forty years ot strenuous use,  says American Medicine. It wns not  bo long ngo that forty-five was extreme old age���������counting time in the  large way of evolution. Lengthening  of life has bpen possible only oecnnse  civilization has let up tbe physical  strains, so If we continue them wa  must expect to"brenk us ot old.  Athletes stop their efforts merely because they are oeaieu by younger  men. but lhe nonnthietlc seem io think  that it is necessary to keep up excessive exercise, though t he tissues sftnpiy  cannot' stand--tt There Is, then, no  mystery In the targe number or damaged hearts now being found, and they  will continue to tncrense In number  ,nnd_se,v,erlty_untllJ_the_,tnedlcal,,profeB^  Bion succeeds in Impressing tbe lesBon.  Let us repen.t It oyer and over again  until every man over tony-or forty-  five realizes that be has lived his allotted time of phyRlcnl vigor and must  ease up the Ptrulns to retain his hen it h.  There is no reason except abuse wny  so mnny men break at (iffy-live or  sixty. They should be healthy unrll  seventy or seventy-five, and it Is our  duty to show how.  QOLF INJHE SOUTH.  Tha Gams Waa PlayatJ In CharUiten  ao Early -aa 1788.  Gulf was played W Cunrioatou ������������  far Dack as 17S& lu tba Clfy uuxeUtt  or Uutiy Advortuor of Bout, 'ii, 17U1,  uppuuiu tun totlowuig uoticu:  "Auuivtitt-ury of the NouiQ Carolina  Golf ciuo Will bu held ut vvilliuuis'  coffee uouue on Tbursd<Ay, 2btb lust,  when uieuibers ure requeated to ut-  tend ut t o'clock precl-wiy. tbut tbo  busineiM of tue ciuo may be iruosuut-  ed before dluuer."       c  Kor several years following may be  found calls for the uuuiveraury meet-  IhgH to be held ut "tbe clubhouse on  Hurlestou's greeu," a tract of land  soulb ot Houudary mow Calhoun*  street between lbe pretieut Cuming  uud Hutledge streets.  The tuct thut It was the anniversary  meeting In 1791 wouid t>uow tout the  club Uud been orguui'-ed before that  date, out uiitortuuuiely tbe die of  newspapers in the Cburlestou llbrury  la uot complete for. some years just  prior, and one finds uo curlier notices  of meet lugs or mention of ibe club.  But In the mime 'oiirual of Sept iti,  ,1,768,, there Is un udvertlseiu*nt tit, an  auction sale ot u farm ou Chtiriebtou  Neck, betweeu three und tour miles  from the city, adjoining Cochrane  shipyard, bounding, iu pun on" J*0ip-  yurd creek, which, after describing tne  different items of property un-iiHli'd tu  the sale, stutes thut "there is iiiieiy  erected tbat pleasing uud genteel  uuiusemetjt, tbe golf baan." Ibis cer-  tululy luilicates that golf was one of  the lucnl amusements of that day.  The word "buan" iKngilsnDntcb  dictionaryi mentis path, walk, way,  etc.. and golf, according to the Kucy-  clopuedia Brltaiiinca. is derived Irom  the Dutch "kotf," n cluii, and the  gnme is doubtless of-'Dutch origin and  introduced into Scotland about 145U���������  Charleston .News und Courier.  RIGHT ON THE JOB.  EMBROIDERED  GOWNS.  They Are Fa������-uonablo In Whits  and       Colored        Dscorati������na������  Musical Sounds and Noise.  It Is a curious fact that musical  sounds fly further and nre heard nt a  greater distance than thoso which nre  more loud and noisy. It we go on the  outside of it town during n fair ut the  distance of a mile we hear the mimical  instruments, but' the din of tho multitude, which In so overpowering'in tho  place, cnn scarcely be heard, lhe noiso  dying on the spot. To ihose who 'inconversant with the power ot iiiinuciii  Instruments the following oliservuiiuiis  will benndersinn-l: 'lhe violins Hindu  nt Cremoun about the yenr KKJO nro  superior In tone to nny of u later date,  nge seeming to dlspoRness them ot  tholr noisy qualities nna leaving nothing but the (iiire tone. If a modern  violin Is pln.ved by tbe side of om> of  those instruments tt will appear tmicli  tbe louder of the two, hut on receding  n hundred prices when compnred ivirti  tho Urpiiionii.it* will scarcely be tu-urd.  ���������London Globe.  The Nebular Hypotheala.  The nebiiinr hypothesis is th*- nnmo  genernlly given to Hip theory put forth  by the celebrated Lnpince In "Systcine  du Monde" In the year 170(1. Hln idea  wns that the soinr system wns evolved  mechanically from a eiist diffused revolving nel-uln, nud that nebulae wero  the early stages in the formation of  plnneti* nnt) their satellite* hy cooling,  condensation nnd enntrncfloii, nci'ind-  tng to certain inws or tniilliemnticn.  This theory wns ncecpiod hy Sir Wll-  llnm norwhel unit, though at lirst bitterly opposed In mnny quarters, Is now  generally accepted by itHtrnnomem and  scholars nnd Is taught in most schools  nnd collegci-.���������New York Aincncaii.  SEMTPRINOICSS LINGERrJ! DRKS*  much in evidence. The whist line Is  slightly mlsed in the gowns as well as  iu tne newest Frein*h tailor made suira.  This semiprincess gown is adapted  ���������to-all-light-mnteriHls-sucb-as-tbe-diar���������  qulsettes, lawns, batistes, voiles or thin  silks. This model was tasmoned of  handkerchief linen with vuieucieuues  lace und bands ot tucking.  JUUIU CHOLLBT.  This May Mnn ton pattern is cut tn sizes  for a miny-ioui tmriy-eix, ininy-i-iKnt,  forty uno tony-two men duhi mt-HHura,  bend 10 cents lo tliib otticu, kiviiik nuinuer,'*  7023, ono it will oe promptly torwaraeu to  you oy mail It in baste senu an uodi-  tlonal two cent RtHiriD tor leitei posiugs.  whicn insures mom prompt aeiivery.  SHOPPING  NOTIONS.  Gorgeous Siik  Stooklrnja to Be Worn  With White Suits.  Plchiis ot tulle, edged with nnrrow  tulle pialtinc. are worn with simpit  short wnisteo tiocus oi Qgnred crapes  and mtisilnn.  The tnncy tnllorcn suit shows the little i-iiierii in i-.Hiii ini'Ket Otherwise  the emits aiv ver> snort and emphaaizs  tho mgb waist line at the bnck,  , New coiffure shows broader, higher  effect  Ccrlso silk stockings will be worn  with white serge suits nud gowns  when white slippers nre added. They  will also be worn with blnck patent  leather pumps when cerisu is added to  the but or to the suit ua.a blouse.  The butterUy bow is very chic.  Thifl pretty tucked blouse IB especially adapted fur use wltb bordered  He Didn't Believe In Letting the Place  Seek tho Man.  A little story ot success starting wltb  tbe use of want ads. is couiumed in'  Business and the Bookkeeper A.Minneapolis manufacturer explains his liking for meii who. even it tbey lacK certain important qualities, nave "initiative and originality,"  The manufacturer, who at the time of  which lie spoke was Just out of college,  in Chicago and out ot work, answered  an advertisement offering a position,  addressing, us lustructed, "T'J4." He  -Inclosed-h is-reply-j n-a-la rge-red-en-  velope that could be seen aud recognized at a distance. He was In the  newspaper office early the following  morning ln one of the hoies in', which  replies to advertisements were kept ne  saw bis red envelope. He waited three  hours until the letter In that box was  given to a man calling for tbem. He  followed tbe man to a'west side factory. As the messenger laid the bunch  of letters on the mn nil ger's'desk the  Job hunter was stundlug by It  "I'm ready to go to work." be snld.  The manuger's reply was not "elegant"  but iu addition to belvig exciauiatory  It van Interrogatory. How did be  'manage to present himself ou the  sceneV The young man ln need of the  Job pointed to his red envelope. Tbe  manager looked at It and looked ut  hira. Then he turned to tbe messenger. "Find out who this young tellow  Is and put him to work," be said.  Two Maedli-si,  "Rubbles ban bought two new mn-  chlnea-one tor tutust-it nnd'ono, lor  his wifo,"  "That's gfnerotia,"  "Well, ymi si*.-, nor mtiPblne keeps  his pomr*"  "Hnwathntr  "Hers is h sewing mnch|ne."-llniU-  more America ti.  ������'.  Mother's Diagnosis.  "Have you spukeu nl our love to  your mother yt-tf  "Not yet" murmured'tlie* dear girl.  "Mother tint* noticed Ilinl I've been  acting queer of into, bin she thinks It's  hllloiisiiesiC-l'liinbiirg l-ost  yac   ... ���������  J H*A the Same,  "f'jfy'rosa    exnmlnlngl-Now,  Discretion the Batter Part.  Mr. Callahan hud received a long  tongue lashing from Mr. Uenuessey,  and bis friends were urging on ui tithe wisdom ot vindicating bis honor  wltb bis bats.  "liut bo's more thon mo equal," nald  Mr. Callahan dubioualy, "aud look ut  th' size of 'm."  "Sure no' you don't want folks to  ho Bityn', 'Terry CallDhao is a cow-  ardV" demanded a reproachful friend.  "Well. I dunno," and kr. Cuil^hao  gazed mournfully about hi in, "id  rather that to 'nve 'eui any in duy  after termorrow. 'How natural terry  looks!'"���������Metropolitan Maguziuu,  n        Hew a Hindu Uses Clocks.  The lliudii pluces u cluck In bin  showrooms nol beeu use ho ever desires  to know whut the hour Is, but becuuse  a clock Is u foreign curiosity. Iinilend,  therefore, of conieutlng himself with  ouo good ciock he will perhups nave a  doteii In one room. Thoy ure nigns of  his wealth, tint they do not add lo his  comfort for lie Is so Indifferent io Dine  that he tuetiHiirus It hy the number of  bum boo ictiirths the sun has traveled  above the horizon. <  OOW*S 121 ETELET EMBKOUJliKI.  This pretty gown, upproprlate for a  girl's graduation oi tor afternoon wear  during (be summer, Is mude of linen,  heavily embroidered on skirt and  waist It Is unisued with a knotted  girdle of velvet thut falls halfway  down the skirt  Lingerie dfsseR are exceedingly,  pretty this year, and they are quite  simple loo. Tbo girl with spare minutes op her hands may employ tbem  profitably In beading a frock for summer. White is the most popular material, and the color scheme Is given by  colored beadwork or by embroidery  that simulates beadwork. A tittle  aronod the heck auo sleeves, a Iim*  around the waist una, it you wish, a  Jlttle more_���������ttro,uno_J.be_bt*tu_ are quite  sufficient       '  The waist for the lingerie frock-may  be made with a -iqiiare, round, pointed  or Juiit a collarless ueck. Tbe peasant  sleeve la still correct but It ts getting  shorter, an tucb or so above tbe elbow  being tbe pret*nva lengtn  Make your dress witn n sllchMy rala  ed waist line and wear a pretty sash.  GIRL'S  MUSHROOM  HAT.  Laos, Ribbons and Flowers Combined.  ��������� Mase a Dainty Chapeau.  Mushroom lints ot lnce or embroidery*'  ore very pupumr tor little gins.    Ihey,-  may be easily rasuiun--d hv the amateur milliner, since uo grent skill Is.  required   in  adjusting   tn������  soft   lace-  over tbe wire triune.    A l*-w knots oil  ribbon  or   clusters   ot   tinv   dowers  knotted here and there anion*- the lacf  Rnllcllqi  didn't  doublet  tnerel  -I  *Kniw.  ������m  he primmer Hint vou  il/vera'cltyV WltnesH-No. I  i) .Wi'/p was i bioomln' liar.  Al* A^l'.  say, wus tht boukworoi-tnjielL  4* A*'  *-  iJ'JlrV.  n atone in fhe trrent  Aim tn hew the mona  idjftityi- w-*' -^ l������uf ������qunrs to ���������������������ry  , ttlXaii 'i h������������ N<������wa  uiHHim- TnrsitD eixjoaie.  Nintsrlnla, ulthmivii If la ovnllnble fof  sny seiiHoiinliie weave. The banding  may bo of nice or embroidery It preferred. Tlie lilotiwi- is cut in I wo  pieces, Hiiifh are joined in the front  uudeiuuulh the wide on no  Jlll-it: i HOI.I.KT.  Thia May Manton pattern it en* In sties  i f<n mifiwi ol fourtni-n. ������i-i<e<n tno iitnt-  | een yvnra of nun H������nil iu '���������������������������nts to tma  i nftice, fivina nutnlnrr. Wit, ami il will ua  ' promptly forwantrri in vou ov mail If ta  j hatta atnd an aii'ltnnriNi i*" rvnt ������i*m������  i tut i������iui 'xmiit^t, mu.-u Uinuitia uum*,  1 trompt otlivary.  Too Many Numbers,  "Ynu   bine  luiuotteu  your name?"  snld (be unit) policeman  "Ves." uum the victim of aiihnnin.  "You sim, I overiiiied my memory trv*  j lng to remember my nume uud my  j house minitiui nud my telephone nuui*  j  but   uuu   u,,t   iiinumuiiiic   uuuiiiri   iiini  | the tiumliei  dl  mv dog-li Ili-cu-Ji- ull HI  oiicu."--Ausbiiigioii atur.  Ha test Out.  "Yes, sir, he wu*/, utruid o' the banks  h������������ri'i' vk bioi, wi.*' tio L>*.* "���������������������������r'ro im*  money I"  "llua he got It yetr  "No; he forgot fo blaze fbe tree whar  It wu it, mr the mnn who owned in*  lnnd put up n nlgu, 'No Treapuxxing on  These Urouuds,' "-1'ittsburg uuputvu.  ODltD 8 LACK HAT.  are the only irlmmlng rwjulrett These  tints ore mom appropriate for wear  wiib whllo lingerie dreuse*.  Children's tin's seem to be prettier  limn ever, wtietlier we consider them  tu thii rough nnd ready sailor nbnpes  tor morning wear or In tho more  elnbonite creations for full dress. The  headgear ot even (he tiny tots Is picturesque, llonoi'ts for littlo oues are  iiniilo of wliiie liberty ������nun, 'ihey are  close (iHint, but lliu mi do is lulled ou  tbo crown, the baud a round uio face  being plain. lOmbruldered side pieces  lire set In, The mo������*t nftrnctJvo designs  nro liny torgeiitieiint wreaths,   wiiero  ,%tC   iiUu'u*    *{*��������� i*>   ������(v    ;.-., i,   \ji.   imc'j'g   iiT\i  roselies ol ihe white snitn, In ihe center of which are tiny rosebuds,  Embroidered liaiixte cmps hnve the  tlnii'Hi iMiiiijtietH ot pink nmt bins  ito wets set on thu left side ot tbe  front  Among ths Filers.  "I look a hVr tn Wall suuvf  "And the rc*.iulfr  "Hsine old aviation news-s fine  itnrt and all of s audden s leartiii  t)iiiiip."-Kscbuiige.  .Vnntt*    tint    rraaH   tturS   X)Ut   Old  truta.-tiunuldes.  Old Qlovsa.  The I'sltna ui om kio glnvea make  spry serviceable Kneecaps, which can  ft* ������������������lliched Into ftitidrena arncktnu*,  thna iivoiiiing r*nn������innt darning, whllo  j the nrms ot mng evenmv ginve^ make  i good poll-ilies nr liHtidv fei i*(it������* lea for  J rarryttig :i  ������n*-"r  i.hi,.(  jv-  woua iU  1 9wu������r Is un s jouruej.  ���������M TH-E NEWS, CUMBERLAitU. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  THE FURNITURE STORE  saa^s's->ws������j-a-asHa-aii_aB'--*a'a_a*a_^^ ,    ,|   ,i r-f���������r  ���������a^-W-w^iyo������������������   i i    i    ii  i|ijiiiiqp__w������a������������w__-ip_<_|Mas*a__w    n      IWtW������,_w__w_|CM_|-qM������������������������jM^������������������qfi������  SEMI-ANNUAL  CASH  SALE-  From SEPT. 13th to SEPT. 30th II ' Pho���������e B2  nrrrr-STi-������t-aia-i.ii-iaii' ���������������*"  I'lWMH   I iiiUj-wW*-**^  A Good Opportunity to Spend your  Money Profitably,  A. MoKIMNON McPhee .Mock, Cumberland  M.  HIRANQ,  FASHIONABLE  TAILOR  i������nvsWBsa<  tAPlES' & GjtNTJ.EMKN'S  TAUOR -MA'PK    SUITS   ^  JfKOM-f30.00  TO $35,00, ���������  0 J,K,\N JNG    AN D ��������� PK FUSING  DONli AT   0  Rkasonalu.K Pricks.  (V,  'Ji  Cumberland B.C,  ���������___.   I  I* -^���������'wwaiawiBSBK-fV   ymmtmavLmmmmrtr wiajiaiiiaawjaasaiisuiJii mi _f\  '������i'.������i.-ffiffr'9- LTW^-saajaraB^aiU   fiiimisiis'siaiiBsiiinaTrl i-kamSbaMaanAW  Miss-statements of facts never  do any aood uud in the end al-  ways' iv.'ict, We frankly couced*  ihat Keciprocity is beaten at the  polls btil: still believe that Canada  has missed a good thing, and feel  convinced she will eventually  come: round to see her mistake  and remedy it under some other  name, probably a't the hands of  tho.se now in office hy opposing  it. The turnover is so colossal  that it ceases to be a party gain  or loss. It is a'���������ua(ional move-  incut so unexpected and unjooked  for that both the old parties are  equally astounded, and the astonishment seems to have wiped out  , bitterness aud recrimination.'-The  people haye spoken iu a new  voice and with a distinct,, tone  which.su far neither has grasped  ���������lhe keynote. Let us hope it is  only the beginning of a new era  in which tlie public voice will be  of no-uncertain sound and so dfs-  tinc'. that parliament will consider  the country's interests instead,vi  ~]TaTtys'"wln^^^  ters and thinkers,'are condoning*  believing that (he machine party  1 actios are a grave menace-to the  public good and eagerly seized  upon by the pirates and buccau������  ecvs. of politics to,enrich them  selves at the public expense.  May we hope that in future  Canada will always seek out and  elect honest representative.-- of  worth, intelligence and business  abiliiy.| to work out her great  destiny without shame, or reproach that we can all be proud  u:r and tUtrm. That, as our  Miss Canada," she cm take her  tfeintznun Piano for Sale.  TENDERS; will be received nt. the  olVueol W Wesley Wlllartl, Cumberland,  B.C., until Octobet ist, \qi \, for the pin.  chase of .i Hei'ntzniun Piano.', The piano  is almoin new ������nd in first class condition  and can be sfcen at tbo home of Miss  McDonald, Coniox, 1J,C,  Lowest or any 'tender not .necessarily  accepted.      W.VV. WILURI),  Oftlci;'l Administrate**',  Cumberland, II C, Sept. jatli, 19; 1.     -,.  Sir Wilfred 'lias������n-t finished  hit-work yot'as it 'is hoped''und  expected that lie will still lead hit'  party in the; new parliament, for  a session at least.  v      MAROCCHI BROS    w  GROCERS   &   BAKERS  AND PROPRIETORS  OF )  CUMBERLAND BOTTLING WORKS  Agents for Pilseiier Brewing Company's BKI������R  Wholesale Dealers in all Kinds of  ���������'Wines and Liquors.  SECOND   STREET  ������.**M**)***aa������ratmaM**#*^ t*^s^w^>������^a>iySrsa*iVS*^  Tommy's Bicycle Shop  li. fjakanishi, Pt<op.  ���������H^*iHn*i444~H*ivlMH>  ���������GENERAL REPAIRING OF���������  I Bicycles, Sewing Machines,  I Guns, Etc.. Etc.  7-, Plumbing Done.  8,  I  Bicycles for Snlo  I and Hire������  ������ PO. I.ok 360 Telephone 7.0  ^AA***AAA^.*VW*-AA*'V**^^^^i^W^W*>^)*^iM  SELLING  OUT  tf  Local agent for  Cleveland. Masjsey-Harris  and Perfect bicycles.  V;l  t  ������������������'jM>e Canadian-Jew will hav--  no dealings with the Sauiari'tiu  Yankee,. - .'    - ���������':���������'-.   "��������� -i  Afraid .the llYankee',', would  come oyer and. steal us While we  slept, ;'       "  Dick says that T.om enmped  on his trail for that two dollars.  RESULTS UP TO DATE  The standing of the parties up  10 date, extlusiye of Comox-Atl'in  is as follows:1-" ��������� ���������'  / ���������-.":''������������������''*"    ... Libs.    Cons  Piiice'fid ward Isl. ,... 2     2 /  Nova Scotia, .v.. ....*; 10 '   8 -,  New Jiriiuswick;';."."..-.'. 6     5  Quebec... .... ...; ,.37    *& -  Ontario,........ .,>,���������������, ...?3; .72 ;)  Mani'oba ...... .........   .... 10.^,  Saskatchewan;..,.;.,--. 8 5 .'  Alberta1.'.'o .'���������'. ��������� '���������"'��������� '���������- ��������� '���������'��������� ��������� 6 ' i'\'  British Coliihibia .    ..   ���������     6 ������������������'.  ���������./'ju'-^m-flriam  {ii-Loving Memory-of "our dear son,  fohh P. D. Wal-Her,, who died  September 26th,: 1910.  BUGGIES and  -^tJ^k IMPLEMENTS  AT     LOWEST     CASH     PRICES.  (>r  j'lk.ce anions   tin:;-nations, being  wt.ico'iievl with pridi: and respect.  Jt is f<nid that I'roiuicu ]Mo}'ritlo  if -lhe gi'OUi'fit kicker in .11, ,C to.  dny, only that it h hiiin;i'1f ho i������  !��������� biking, ii.'i' allowing his modosty  I*. t'Vi-vi'ni lii-j riiniiinjj; for the  j loir'.iiiinii hotvv.-. i lev-;.'vcr hiu lack  (,l: i'uith in hia own prop!  iiiiui be  lion',  , J_Som.e_dt_t li eliy.6^eVBll!loaked_at:  tlie deputy- returning ������������������fficur on  Thnrsday, as if he were��������� ti'yiitg'io  do tlieiu up.  In the mivlsj of your rej<������io,inpr*',  rej)ieMik*r'CmriUerlani4's tnajonty  of [0 for Roes;  They hnvo not nil go* back froni  ,;the t:ilf llni'iiei'H** yet.  'm**+a-'**'1*mitji *H������|'H������  .Nationalist 1    ;,  ,-: ���������-.    .    Kibs. '..  .,',-.-._. 80.���������,"'.,-.-...   97.���������-'���������'.���������  ';'.... 133-���������>'  :;r^,r,-.6g'~'.-*-.'~l.  , , . .   72'' -, . .  1867  V872  84 ���������?'3������.,,  .-'.Cous.-Kj  ....IO3; ":..C  '*-���������'���������'-��������� -73'-' -.'j  ^...'.jjiajjj;  s ��������� t ��������� ������ * ���������  ��������� t s ��������� * ���������  B7  92  124;...  *ml'  ���������-v-  *    a   a   *   a  ���������   a  a  *  a  139  128  123  93  80  76  88  We saw hini,fading like a'-flower,  ��������� <'.But could no) make him stay.,  We ml rsed hi in with our tender-  est care,  Till God called hint away.  Peaceful be thy rest,,dear John,  "Fi's'sweet to breathe thy name.  In life we loved you ever dear,  ,. Ih death we do the same.  I���������Inserted ���������'by his   Father   and  -Mofherr���������-^--���������������������������������������������  B.C. HARDWARE Co., Ltd,  733 .Johnson St., Victoria.  A\Ullllli!llli;iillllllllll!lllllllll!lllll!!!IIIIIIIIH  g Capit.il $6,200,000.  Reserve $7,200,000  a  Fhe Royal Bank of Canada.  S DRAFTS   ISSUED   IN  ANY   QURRKNCY,   PAYABLE   ALL'  I OVEll. THE   WOULD.  I SPECIAL ATTENTION paid to SAVINGS ACCOUNTS & interest  I   at highest Current Ua'.es allowed on U-j-oi-ilB of 9l and upwards.  1 CUMBEBLANP, B. 0., Branch1 Open Daily,     .  1 TJKI0N WHARF; B. 0���������   Sub-Brach, Open Thursdays   '  D. M. MORRISON, JVian������seir.'-  \  COURTENAY,   b   0,   Bianch,   Open Pailyy  W. MOFP, Mitnager. ?    '  ^flllllllllllllllllilllllHIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllhlllllUWHIIlllWIIIIIUUlltll^  ROD AND GUN ���������'���������>'���������'  "Rosos, will l'������lopiri"BC[ain".''  U\* ii\(!iiiio  uud  iiocy,  oohboIii.  T1ii.*il'. it ro cmiiiuliiti'HiB in till  tliiiign. .Mr. Mttlli'idti'H lost op.  !, riinity is a H|'!<*(*iu! |.|'ovhloii(-y  1 -. Mr, i.ui.ioii, Tlicii' is not  ru .in for twn "N(������>,.:firs" in tln,������  (������������������niscrviitivi1  li'-nt.  l������.....WH...J^.rM. mfftfMfmmn  Wl.at thw uii:ifHiwiii -1 ' 'it^M  i>i' II, (.'). nays, jri-cK,  0 Lord, hiiild u stiiii') wall hi'-  twi'Mu uh, and put hrnlaui 1-oitli*..-.  uii i.ip df it, in keep ii;-*, t|i- cjio-  t't'-i C-������ii,*-."j,v'.i.iiii  |,*i'i>ii!o  ii ,   im*.!  ill;<l   !!,!'/���������  :iv  i ii*  neck.  1 :i)!;n'i* DIM .  -.j ''   . j . fi.. -~t, ,'C ^ 1 >|.  ���������"���������     !"J   "   <)������������������ -1-"*"-  ;,*'ni! v ji, en ,.|*, nud   w<i  lire  :;   '.'iv ii*   : -inn'ory,  *'ii !:i'!ily <lid  ^l.'t it   ill   lilt'  Tho ('oiisurvativ.-H \u*rn, did  ''whoop li������*r up' all ngh't, and  '.ii'-y had t'lio I cau-i' f.ir it,  H'-dly ''i'liunivl,   Imt still  in  lif i';,]<  OOKMUNIOAi'XbW*.  Editor fN;RWS!~ ;  While Mr Douglas, one of .my  teamsters, was hauling ri heavy  load of oats to Cumberland last  Tuesday he was overtaken on the  hill by the provincial constable,  "Mr Davidson, iu a buggy. At  this point the road has recently  bet'ii widened and owing to the  heavy rain was to loose to take  the heavy load over, Mr David  son ordered him to pull out on  tliijs and let him pass, lie replied  that he could not without getting  si tick, but would a.s soon a.s he  yot up where the road was firmer.  Which he did. On rea.hiiig  Cumberland Mr Davidson served  ���������Uim with a summons to appear  at once before Mr, A brums., who  fined hint S7.50, and then handed  ���������)u money over to Mr Davidson.  I vvould like lo know ir* ibis man  is paid a salary by Mio govern-  i-utiit, or does he adopt the^e con  irmptibie way* to make it? There  i.'; a ���������'.".Ttain amount, ol   courtesy  ���������.���������'.U/i'dtd bv  11     .1 - "'','n"    -1  -*     I '**���������.    '*  ,fy  . chct'ifully  gen'Of-'a'.'  1883  1887  1891  1896 .  1900  1904  1^08  ;���������:. The large and ��������� ever grow ing;  amiy of game bird hunters  will!  find ample variety'iu stories deal  iug.'wiih their favorite -recrearinn  ju the'October.issue, of Rod, and;  Gnu ,in Canada, published by W-i  J.'Taylor  Limited,   Woodstock,  Out.-    From Newfoundland to'  British Columbia is a wide range  .      ���������   -. , fml  ancl all is included in this one  number, tlje "difference/, in the  sport enjoyed in the various Provinces-'being'pleasantly conveyed  iu a series of stories dealing with  actual occurrences in the field,  Further variety is giveu by a  finely illustrated story of the  Cruise of the. Papoose, a camping  story, and some excellent verses-  Geetie, ducks and prairie chicken  a fiord the very best,of sport and  their devotees tell of the com*  plele'eiijoyment experienced in  a  way to make, thedr confreres  * ���������       ,   '-I '''.-'"*      , -. '  resolve to mnkesimilariiripu will  the snme object in vrlew. Wing  shooting is a sportsmanlike occupation and 'with ,01'ily a fair conservation there should be ample  opportunities for all1 sportsmen in  Uanada to enjoy sonic of this fine  recreation for au indefinite time  t<.. conic. "-A luoriviiileic'stini'  nutnhc-r  nf this   fine  ;:>:TENPRtt8 will bo neeived up  to .Satiii'diiy., Sept. 80th. for '/the  liuvhliiiga of ? a third story ad-  (Hfioii'twiny Imildiug On Duns-  lUiiir'A/vtMuii', M'lans and spctM-  iieaHoni* 'may be'seen "at. my office,  *���������'*���������' Thti lowest iir any tender not  lietiessiirily, acenptud,  .-   . ,. Victor,-Konoua.  ��������� ')   '  I Mia.  . ... !w-! .-.,uv. on Cic j'o.'id and one  would naiuuilly <���������:-;i��������� ect liiis in a  grr-fttf-1 degree Uow a gnvaru*  meiit official, if -iomeihiug was  n 't, not wanting, If (he farmers  of this district are going to be  fined for trying to get their pro*  duce to market, up hillsandover  ronds that are none too good,  after p;.n ing taxes lor 40 years to  help h*U**' tbem, or going over n  bridge i '.stt*r thnn a wall; to a  firo, ur for tbe dwclor, we will  '���������onn doubl whether \ve are living  ' \ Ktls.i.i ui lirilli-li t'oluiulnu,  Thanking t\on 'or'fho spu;e,  DISSOLUTION OF PAItTNEll  SHIP,  TAKR NOTICE tliat tho part-  nercliip exist'ing botweenK. lior-  nnl anil A. Miixwell in (-oiinectioti  vy'th tho Stni' Li very Stable in. the'  Ciiy of Cumberland Iiiik beon dissolved as of the lu day of Septum  ber.   ���������'.''���������'  All .dehto duo the firm ' up to  and in'eliidin'ff Sepleoiiihei* 15th.  1011 are tlie joint prontrty.of It,  lloninl and A, Maxwell n't'd the  same may be paid to A Maxwell  who is authorized to give receipt*-  for the isiniie.  All debts ('onti/ac'tod by the  firm up to and including .llm above  mentioned dntu uitist bu prenynted  within-thirty day** to A. .Maxwell  who will satisfy the snme, on my  biiliiilf  It, IJoriuil will not ho respond-  ble for any   debto   conlrncted   in  'coiinee.lion with  tlm said   Livery  Stable husine*-*! mi  and  nft<������r  the  15th, day of September I'd 11.  R.  IldUNAl..  "COAST LAND MISTUIST.  Dintriot of Const.  takk N0Ti"K thnl Davidcon Ward  lia:-. 'ever beer, issued, .  Canadian Order Beavers  Co,, Ltd.,.of Lnnglibnro Inlet, oecii-  pinion Itiiuhfii'iuiM). intuiid to apply  for 1 ormtH-iim lo )iiirchit,������(' iho fnl-  , iO'vitiR (if-vcrii (id in tub; ConuiuMie  NlrifiiviMi* I i - " '- * " ���������'>'-'i( : I iii'oil nn   i'ii'   ur\t,'ti  !h1('|������ nf T-l'tiilwielt I.lnnd i-bf'Ut 9,0  clutinH from cln ro. (Iicni't* on tin  eii*-! himJidnrv line of len������o In'  miirkod AH 11 K M; tht'f-c������ north ~0  chniiiM, ihoiicaciti'l 20rluiinn 1 liMt.c*'  1,   no  .-.'. ���������....;    (!  Organisers are now in the field  iii everytowu in Western Canada extending the scope of the  firat benevolent and fraternal  order ever f-tartcd iu Western  Canada. The uim of those organising the order is lo make it  a complete success and a credit  to Canada a.s a whole and British  Columbia iu particular.  The  annexation yoljierrt yelped  V U- ClUWHD.jtoit.lvaiiti'tfe tliU^UKS  1. -      11     1 "0  <>,.wliv,      tiiClll-'*     inn-   <tn.l  kiico   Houth   *I0 (liitini',  I*  ,,��������� I'.ii   ,  ehuiiH,  ilicner* weiii fit) chnins, buck to j 1 >n  of crii������iin������tift'iiieiil, eontiiiniiiK HO  tcrcH more or I<*h*<,  Davidhom WaiidOo., I/rn.  V S Ward, agent  Dated August 10,1011.  NOTIOK It Ii'rcliy frlvoii ������H������t on Hip  Jlret dhy of Dof'i'iiitir-rrioxtnjiplifli i*i; w 11  l������i������ miulfi tn Uiu Siiiif-rinfftnilfnt of I'r"-  viuoinl IVilio.i Viotoria, (nr ft nuc wnl <f  tlio liutt-l I-- 1* tu b.-li I i|iiori I ,v ruliiil  in tlm liclcl l< 'wn ai dii*. Miilnopitm Hi.  t.i.l.nlucil'd nt Luui1, T1.0.   FnuD 1'liut.iN  UullHl Sejitonibur ,.t 1011.  s  "I  I  r  S  ^E.-Rhil������ipps-HarrisSn-I4!  "I.i I  ~    BARRISTER AND gdLTlCltOW'  NOTARY   PU^LI          CONVEYANCING  'V.  DUNSMU1R AVENUE  CUMBERLAND),  ^TTrr1  =V.BOl40^fl:  ,.',' ���������"  CUholesalc DcQlctt in WINES, UlQUOFl-A BEB^  P. 0. BOX 482  PHONE 29..,,  CUMBERLAND  a  Vi*?  ������  f '���������  1;  This is the first spring in ihe history of Coniox  District that the local demand for eggs lias been  equal to the supply. Nothing pays better Mian  poultry, if they are rightly ��������� managed. Hegin  with the little'fellows and feed ' them CHICK  FOOD, which is a mixture of bone meal, .wheat,  oats, corn and ofl)er grain, cut aiid blended in,  the right proportion to nutke theni thrive hnd  grow,   For sale by  A. B. CRAWFORD,   ���������-  .- Courtenay, B.  DKAJ-KIl IN FLOim AND FKKD.    ���������  ffWSimVlmlSfWmtiliaW*^^  iy*mmmi!Mtw Tim, w.aiiiiiiwwiy A'ywwMf  laaataaattgiaul _VfTwitil-mitrwn>l l#JBt���������mL  iM  ''J  I  v,  tf  SFXOND-II.VND AUTOS FOR SALE  ^  One .^cylinder HUICK,  complete with top, glass  front, spei-douieicr,  electric side and tail  lamps, and acetylene  head lights. t���������.  Pnee,   ,..,       tyQtj\t  Oue car same as above,  with head, side and tail  lamps, genera   (jj'-trA  lor, etc.  Price   f/5u  One a-cylinder Uuick, ao  29 hp., generator Ltmps  top wind-shield,';mmVa  etc, only ip/������)U  One Pord Cat. 3-scater,  coni'plele and in good  order, with fine */aa  tires, only.... -yOUU  Oue air-cooled Franklin,  complete with ' wind-  shield/Itertd, side and  tail* tamps, generator  eic. This is a 4-cylln*  der 15 hp. car, ^a  only.  ������|f/uU  One Rover 6 hp. 2-passenger ear, battery uud  magneto Ignition, tires  in fine order, car in  splendid shape, #jaa  only.........  $*IUU  n  imm  it       V  ii  THOS. PL!MLEY,  OFPICE AND8TOWK 730VATB8 8T��������� '      \/ir*TAI3IA      tH f*  OARAOK. 727 JOHNSON ST.. VICFUK1A,    n.Kmt  ������������������If you get it at Plimley's it'si AM. right."  tj|L p B���������Wo Do RopttUluy;      ..      .    ' '. tO  ^5 isasgEsa if������.ifiiiii'ii.l'55iotst 1iZmmvianuji i*y

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